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! THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 20. 1013 THE PITTSBURG PRESS a i j To. Pacific In effect June 1st to September 30th. Liberal return limits and stop-over , privileges. Visit Denver and Salt Lake City and other points enroute. Side trips may be arranged to Yellowstone National Park and Crater Lake National Park. See the Hose Festival at Portland in June. Write for booklet giving full and complete information. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul-Union Pacific Line STANDARD ROUTE OF THE WEST Automatic Electric Block Safety Signals scientifically ballasted roadbed and heavy doubletracks. Portland and Puget Sound Express With standard and tourist sleeping cars and coach and chair car service - leaves Chicago ,. ?- daily at 10:15 a.m. from Union Station. C. -M. St. P. Hy. Boom D, Park .Building-Pittsburgh. Fa. BAD' BREATH IV a l'onr Duty to Get at , the Cause and Remove' It. A Word -to the Wise, You Know ' JDr. Edwards" Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomel, oil the bowels and positively do. the work. 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"Are you going to leave me like this, Billy?" . , . . The blue-eyed little woman stood with her fingers working nervously, tears trembling; upon her lashes. William Haley scowled, glancing at the table and his ..half -eaten dinner. He was standing by the door, cap in hand; his other fist banged a panel with unnecessary violence to give emphasis to his words, - ; It was of all questions the' one most annoying. - Lately his goings had been frequently tried by the same reproachful words. Well aware of too apparent an inclination to get away without a good-by kiss, the stalwart motorman took refuge in a burst of angry words, after the manner of his sex: "If I am, you know why! Whose fault is it? Can't I be obeyed in my own house? Again and again I've kicked. That ought to be enough without any other explanation. "I ( tell you once for all. that Clem Brayle sha'n't see you. Expect me to stand it, do you? Expect me to act the same, do you? Well, I'm not made that way.' Rage blazed In his gray eyes; the fierceness of jealousy pent up and ill-concealed suspicion. "Why, Billy!" his wife drew nearer, gazing at him curiously. Unshrinkingly, her nervousness suddenly gone, her face compelling him. "Don't you 'Why, Billy!' me!" grunted Haley, backing. "I've spoken. You mind!" "Are you afraid of Clem?" She spoke without indignation. "For ME, I mean-Is it that?" "Why not?" cried Haley, trying to repress his passion. "Why not, Annie? Every chance he gets, when you're' alone, in he sneaks. People will be talking, next. "He was 'most engaged to you once. He isn't over his feelings. The blamed snake shows it. You know it, too. You are prettier than ever. ' "He's a a man women like you don't understand. And you encourage his coming; yes, you do. Why shouldn't I be afraid for you, my girl?" It was out at last, and this explosion had relieved him. He smiled, a bit apol- ugeucuuy, in wonaer at ner calmness. With a throb of happiness, too, he gazed deep into the clear, loyal eyes of his wife. V The danger was not yet. He felt that like a great, soothing draft, and kissing her round cheek with quick impulsiveness, he laughed grimly. "But I ain't a fool," he said, in lingering justification of his outburst. "Ho, I don't think you're a fool, Billy. You're just a big boy. Only, I supposed you didn't think me a fool, either. "Every mite of what you said is true except about my being pretty. I've been very guarded. Now, why do you imagine I'm so cordial to a man I fairly loathe?" She stood away, regarding him earnestly. Haley -.stared. "You mean that?" he asked, grinning. "I wish I'd known It, Why?" "Because I'm afraid for YOTJ." "For me? Nonsense! I can twist Clm Brayle to a rag in 20 seconds." laughed loudly at the idea of fearing such an antagonist. I guess Clem knows that. Billy, the man isn t right at times." "He's a good motorman, though a bit Live Years Longer! 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You i should see the number of enthusiastic letters swa receive from delighted users. All doubts settled at one stroke your money back if you want it.'. Parisian Sage is a tea-colored liquid not sticky or greasy delicately perfumed, that comes in a fifty cent bottle. The "Girl with the Auburn Hair" on the package. Get ' a bottle today always keep it where you can use it daily. Sold by The Pittsburg Agents. The May Drug Co.'s Nine Stores, and at drug and toilet counters everywhere. reckless, maybe. I pass him four times a day at sidings. Say! I've got to skip, Annie. Have a nice supper. I didn't eat much. My own fault! "I feel lots better for blowing off steam sitnd getting things .cleared. Don't be pleasant to "Brayle on my account, child. That's a funny notion. Shake him. Bless you! Clem keeps out of MY way. He gave her a hug And ran to the car barns, chuckling, with a light heart. Why the little woman left her dishes unwashed.-t,o grab her wrap and hat for a hasty following; why she was seized with such a longing to be near Billy, yet unseen by him; what presentiment of evil strangely appalled her as she .ratched him turn the corner, Annie Haley could never explain. The "first she knew she was paying her . rarje to Fitch Raymond with a whispered entreaty not to let Billy know of her presence on the car. The conductor . nodded. , ' - . Some surprise was in store for Billy, lie thought. He had1 remarked uncom-; mon blitheness on the part of Billy. Perhaps it was an anniversary. , It was a 40-mile trip; 20 each way j I own the valley and back. There were frequent stops. At one of these Billy would be surprised. Raymond decided to keep an eye out for the fun. Mrs. Haley had given him the queerest look. Her blue eyes were beyond him, as if she had forgotten something. A surprise came for the conductor this side of Hemway Hill. The woman signaled for him to stop. No house was in sight, nothing but rough pastuTe land. Beyond, seven rods away, were the siding and telephone station. Raymond felt irritated. (. As he reached for the cord the up-car hove in sight, coming rapidly oyer the brow of the hill. Well, there was no help for it; they would have to wait. Me imagined Brayle's leer, . Barney Mo-Quaid's snort . of triumph, his telephoning headquarters that Raymond was slow today. ' Haley would be hot. He made a point of never allowing this up car to jolly him. What possessed Billy's wife to alight at such a place? What ailed her, anyway? Was she half asleep? As the heavy closed car halted she rose unsteadily, swayed along the aisle, staggered against Raymond, and whispered: "Clem aid Clem said this would-be a good place a good' chance for accidents. He - meant" c i Then she collapsed,' half . f all'ng from him to the dusty, road.' Haley was looking back, grinding his teeth at the - stop. The conductor i bawled to him, beckoning. Billy gasped, .jumped off the car, and bounded to the helpless figure. Raymond lifted his eyes to the astonished husband's.' then blinked beyond him wildly. He saw a man leap, an onrush-lng car thundering down the decline; a crazy shout reached him. , .. "Brayle's off!" he yelled. "Take her, quick! We're in for a smash. , They'll pass the siding." . He tore : tip the ' steps and Into the car. Haley heard him: ? "Sit still! : Sit still! -Keep your seats!" Then came a crash," a rebound, a dull slide, mingled with screams! Glass flew in a shower. Billy Haley's lipa moved above the pale face gazing with wide, blue recognizing orbs into his own. He knew what would have happened to the motorman. Five minutes later Conductor McQuaid was telephoning: "Brayle let her go and Jumped. He's layln in the road, with a broken leg an' ravin. No one else hurt. No. 36 was stopped to let off a woman. Haley's wife, 'twas. Motorman Billy Haley! "She seemed to know there was trouble comin our way. We only shoved 3S, after burstin both fronts to bits. Here's Raymond wants to talk. Yes. Hemway siding, and a stalled crowd. Hurry up!" SNOWBALLS TO BE SERVED AT CHEMICAL CLUB FEAST. Cambridge, Mass., May 29. Snowballs made by the Boyleston Chemical club of Harvard will be served, tastily flavored, at the club's dinner next month. A June snowball fight may follow, replacing the clash rush. - . , NOTORIOUS CRIMINAL TO GO ON HUNGER STRIKE. London, May 29. Alice Hall, one ' of England's most notorious women criminals, now in Holloway, declares she will hunger strike like Mrs. Pankhurst and obtain her release in three weeks. Health a Factor ta Success. The largest factor contributing to a man's success in undoubtedly health. It has been observed that a man is seldom ick when his bowels are regular he is never well when they are constipated. For constipation you will find nothing quite so good as Chamberlain's Tablets. They not only move the bowels but improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion. They are sold by all dealers. JIM: Heard you wore Maud's ring and lost it. . Replace it by one from Loftis Bros. & Go., 220 Sixth st. on credit terms. Pittsburgers in New York. New York, Mt 29. The following- Pitts-burgers are registered -in New,Xork hotels: Algonquin N. S. Riviere. Astor House J. B. Dochaxtr. Jr. Brostell S. M. Dunbar. Great Northem-rrP. Hamburger Mies H Hamburger. ' " ' Mattho.; Washington Mr. T. Schmidt. McAlpln IV A. Coyl. F. Conrad W M Bradshaw, O. C Bovard. A. c. Kloman Seville Mrs. W. H. McKelv.y. E. Swensson Mrs.- E.' Swensson. H. 3. Swensson. S. j! . Swensson. - . t ' . Holland W. D. Henry. W. W! Goldsborough. Mrs. .GQWsborough. J. W. Beatty, Mrs. J. w Beatty. W. H. Beatty. " Vanderbilt E. E. McCoy. H. Jones.' Herald Square M. A. Bouvier F. W Putnam. Mrs. F. W. Putnam. Hermitage W. I. Creese. Imperial J. E. Hull. W." J. Nelson H C Tener. Manhattan E. W. Smith. Marlborough Blenheim Miss M. Strick Murray Hill A. J. West, Mrs. A. J. West Vnlon Square J. Howartb, Mrs. J Howarth Victoria M. O. Sullivan, J. T. Lamb Waldorf Astoria Mrs. R. Jameson "Mis Jameson, W. Kease. Mrs. W. jsr Hanna. G. W. Crawford. : Albert M. Krleger. . Big Day at Kennywood. Decoration day will be celebrated at Kennywood tomorrow with special features 'arranged for the occasion. There are to be baseball, athletic - sports and concerts Vy Mirella's band. Dancing will be in order ail day and the festivities will ciose with a big fireworks display. Manager McSwiean having arranged for a number of pyrotechnic novelties. The pupils of the Braddock pub- lilt DrhlWlte Vl f tlif 1 mill.! 1 n,iwlA a 4- . 1 park today, there being in the neighborhood of t.8Q persons in atetndanre The affair will-not break up until 10:30 tonlKht, .. .. ... ,, Most Remarkable War Veteran Is This Little Old Woman By W. H. Alburn. Quincy, 111., May 29. Of all the war tales that veterans will tell on this Memorial day in a thousand American cities, towns and villages, there is not one so strange and so full of heroism as the tale of the veteran I have just visited here in the Illinois Soldiers home. Albert D. . J. Cashier, who fought through the three hardest years of the Civil war, who draws a pension from the United States, and ifa a. member of the G. A. R., is woman! Her life is full of mystery- Her sex has just been revealed, after a lifetime pf masquerading, and ' she is ending her days unaware that her secret is known. I had expected to meet . an Amazon. A woman who had fought in the-death grapple of a nation and had lived and toiled as a man through half a century should be big, strong and masculine. ' And when I entered her hospital ward there rose and came to meet me, in her faded soldier's uniform. Just a little, frail, sweet-faced old lady, who might be anybody's grandmother. She was SO little and so gentle! She could walk under the leveled arm of almost any soldier in the home. Most of them were giants beside her If she was ever five feet two, age and toll had shriveled her figure and bent her shoulders till she belies her record. Her hand clasp was timid and her hand was delicate and small. Her brown hair had whitened.. Her eyes were a faded blue, , and her face was a face for a painter to dwell on. Half a century of sun and wind had bronzed that face, sowed it with freckles and seamed it with a thousand wrinkles. The ra r that helped her disguise had The Other Woman Soldier. Kady Browhell is the only woman, besides - "Albert Cashier," known to have served in the Civil -war. When her husband, Rober' Brownell of Central Falls, R. I., en. .sted "during their honeymoon, she 'nsisted on going along. The governor of the state escorted her to Washington and got - permission for her to enter the army. She wore women's ciotnes ana never handled a gun. She carried a light saber and a revolver and be came an expert shot.- She was wounded at Bull Run. ' On long marches she showed more endurance than , the men. After'' the war she was granted- a pension' by special act of congress. coaxed -forth a film of beard. But there was no touch" of coarseness. It .was a sweet, . kindly, pathetie , face, compelling affection -and respect. ': And this frali, little woman had lived, dared and" done a man's work in the world. . Her tiny feet had tramped, in line of march, nearly 10,000 miles. Her delicate shoulders had been -.' burdened with half her weight of equipment. , Her Uttle hands had dug trenches, laid rails and- wielded guns, ; She had - shared the soldier's lot in -camp, on sentry duty, in bivouac ' and line of battle. f She had built and guarded a. railroad In the advance on Memphis. - She - had been through the battle of Guntown,. when her company was; nearly annihilated.". She had helped pursue Hood's defeated army to the.Tennessee. She had toiled in the swamDS against General Johnston's' Con federates, and triumphed with Grant amid the thunders of Vicksburg. She had taken part in the siege of Natchea, the battles of Kenesaw mountains. Chat-tahoochie river, Jonesboro and Lovejoy station. She had been in the battering campaigns against Price in Arkansas and Mississippi and Hood in Alabama, and with Sherman in his Atlanta campaign, where one soldier out of three was killed, and had followed him in his ae-vasting march to the sea. Her life is a mystery. She was born in Ireland on Christmas day, 1844. She is said to have come to America in boy's clothing as a stowaway. . Soon afterward she entered the army. Perhaps there was a shattered romance nobody knows, and her Hps are sealed. Even her name is unknown. She has called herself "Albert Cashier." hut all attempts to trace her identity have failed. She enlisted Aug. 6, 1862, at Belvidere, III., in Co. G of the 96th infantry, and was discharged Aug. 17, 1885. 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Sold by all Druggists, or sent direct, prepaid, upon receipt of price (either size), by Johann iWnwultr. lalMaAaMiter 0Ur.CAkM. lit- Stops Headache, neuralgia ' No stomach . dosing, just rub on BEGT'S MUSTARINE, and away goes all aches and pains. For earache, neuritis, toothache or sore muscles it never fails all druggists 25c in yellow box. BEGY'S MUSTARINE 1 IT 1VII.I, BiOT BUSTER.) Tke iiay Dxvs .' Stares -r- - -.'." .v:r'.'-::r-. - '. ! jni 1 - J i - , ' . . .. . -ism x lTT' ' ii j " . " " '' ' "ALBERT li. J. CASHIER." t40 years are her own secret. She - is thought to have -worked in a. factory somewhere, probably, in Chicago. Finally she became an automobile .chauffeur, and worked in that capacity for former State Senator. I. lM. Lish at - Saunemin,. 111. Lish discovered her secret and got her admitted to the soldiers' home at Quincy two -years ago.- . , Superintendent : Anderson knew the truth, but said nothing. Now her growing feebleness of body "'and mind have made it advisable to send, her to the state hospital, where she will have better care, and so the strange story is revealed. She does not know, however, that tne MANY GIRLS LEAVE V SCHOOL NEEDLESSLY United States Bureau of Education Bulletin Gives Numerous Reasons for Constant Exodus i The idea that children leave school and go to work because their parents need the money is vigorously combated in a bulletin Just issued bv the United States bureau of education. -The authors of the bulletin have made a . careful study of trade and labor conditions among - girls in Worcester, Mass., preliminary . to the establishment of a trade school -for girls. They find -that from -one-half to three-fourths of the girls at work in the factories could have had further schooling if they had wanted to or if their parents had eared to insist upon it. The survey showed that-the number of girls between 14 and 16 years of age who leave school is constantly increasing. During the ' past five years many more girls between those ages left the' Worcester schools than can be accounted for by Increase in population;- Only about 17 per cent of - them had finished the grammar schools; .most of them left in the sixth and seventh grades. " Various reasons were assigned by the Feet So Sore Couldn't Walk Down Stairs TIZ Cured Her Quick x Send at Once for Free Trial Package. If 'you have sore ftet, ' tired ,'eet, sweaty feer, lame feet, lender 'feet, smelly feet, corns, callouses or bunions, read what happened to Airs. Crockett, of Jeffersonvillf. TIZ did it. Mr. Crockett says:' "After the second treatment she walked downstairs one foot at a time. She had not been able tox walk . downstairs before in past five years, except by stepping down on each step with one foot at a time. This is remarkable. 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AS SHE LOOKS TODAY. world has learned her secret., And her comrades in the home, who have treated her always with touching kindness and respect, still call her "Albert," and give no hint that they understand. , "We never" sn spec ted that Albert was not" a man,", says Robert Horan, of Belvidere, one of . her old comrades. ' "But we did . think sometimes that she acted more like a woman than a man. ' For one thing, she always insisted on bunking by herself. And she did lots of washing for the boys she used to wash our shirts. "When the strangeness wore away she made a good comrade. SHE WAS A f.?TVDIER WITH US. DOING FAITH- - UX AND WELL." girls for leaving, v Some 30 girls said they did not like school;" "could not get along with the teacher;" "were not promoted." or "wanted to go to work." iwo were working to help pay for a piano. One of these was a cash girl, aged 14, who had lef,t the ninth grade to go to work in a department store for $2. later S2.50 a week. Another- was a girl aged 15. from the eighth grade, who went to work in a corBet factory for $l and rose to Jf4.82. Still another girl -was taking music lessons and contributing to the payment on the piano. -.Twenty-seven girls were found at home. In some cases they .had left to help in housework, while a few had left at a time of temporary stress and then had not returned to school. , Four girls had changed places with the mother, who worked in a corset factory, laundry or some such place, while the girl, whose "wage-earning power was small, kept house for the mother of the children. WIDELY VARYING IDEAS. Curious differences as to what the parents thought they could afford were discovered: The mother of a family of eight children, living in apparently direst poverty, would have been glad to have sacrificed and pinched still further to have had her daughther stay in school longer, if she would. The mother of another family of , six, living in a comfortable apartment house, with hardwood floors, piano and other luxuries, said her daughter wished to stay in school longer, but the burden of supporting the family was too -heavy for the father to bear alone; so the girl was taken but of school to go to work. A visit to a Swedish family revealed a carpenter and his wife, a washerwoman, who had just built and owned a new three-story apartment house. Yet the 15-year-old daughter with a seventh-grade education had been sent to work An a paper goods factory at $2 a week. The question, "Why did you leave school?" was put xo 336 'more mature workers in the corset trade. Ninety-one per cent of these women had left school between the ages of 13 and 16. and fully 50 per "cent because of their dislike of school or because they wanted to go to work. Of 74 workers in a clothing factory 8o per cent had left school between the ages of 13 and 16, 25 per cent of their own volition. In the opinion of the authors of the bulletin, conditions such' as were found in Worcester emphasize the imperative need for special training of a practical sort for girls between the ages of 13 and 15. In the main the children left school simply because they disliked the school work. Not getting the kind of training thev might have liked and would have profited by, they blindly joined the arm of shifting, inefficient, discontented girls who go from one monotonous factory Job to another, and, because of their lack of training, rarely rise above the class of low-paid, unskilled workers. ALBION SCHOOL ALUMNI " HAVE HAPPY REUNION. A reunion of former pupils of the old Albion school now known as the -Sunny-side school, was held last evening and was followed by a dinner at the Ritten-house. The guests last evening were all bovs and - girls who attended the oW school many years ago. The hosts of the evening were Samuel Warmcastle and Thomas R. Robinson. The following were present: Mrs. Alice Reed Allen. Mrs. Fannie Whysall Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. John Davis, S. B. Douglass, Mrs. Margaret Shade Hamilton. 'Mrs. Eliza Jones Joyce, John Jones, George W. King. Mrs. Sarah ' Tomlinson Lindsay. R. W. McKee. John G. Robinson, Thomas R. Robinson, Mrs. Mary Whysall Smith, James P.. Wilson." S. D. Warmcastle. William Wrarmcastle. C. A. Warmcastle, Mrs. Margaret Migrant Wolf and Capt- ; and Mrs. Joseph Whysall. Optometrists Meet. The Pittsburg Association of Optometrists held its regular monthly meeting last evening in the Wabash building. After the transaction of the business of the society, a number of ox eyes the regent. W. T. MeConnell, had prepared, were dissected, and their mechanism discussed from a refractive standpoint. The-society went on-record as being thoroughly In sympathy with the recent effort for an optometry law similar to ew i orlc state. . PERSIAN PEACE ADVOCATE ARRIVES IN PITTSBURG. Mirza AH Kull Khan, the Persian peace advocate, arrived this morning at the a( Liberty station sortljr alter iixr m m I1 see i Uo ecoration S)ay QUI! liEGULAR PAGE ADS WILL APPEAR Friday Morning and . m Saturday o'clock. He was taken in an automobile to the Pennsylvania College for Women where he spoke from 10 to 10:20 o'clock. He then was taken to the Margaret Morrison school where he made an address and Inspected the buildings, At 12 o'clock luncheon was served f.r him at the school. At 3 o'clock he speaks at McCreery's, and at 8 o'clock this evening will speak before the New Thought Alliance In the Wabash building. The address at McCreery's is before the Woman's club of Wilkinsburg and will be attended also by many prominent persons of Pittsburg. ED: Only one way to .announce our engagementa diamond ring. Get it of Loftis Bros., 220 Sixth St., on credit. THE SIT3VKETV OARtiES at Conneaut Lake, new attraction to be seen Decoration Day, May 3rttJ. Special trains leave Allegheny B. & O-Station (9th St. Bridge. 7:0 and 7:45 a m. Round trip $1.50. MAME: Let's make up. I have a ring from .Loftis Bros.. 220 Sixth St. on credit. FORBES SCHOOL SWIMMING POOL MAKING BIG HIT The swimming , pool opened at the Forbes school, Forbes St.. this week, is proving very much of a success. Every class has an hour a week of swimming instruction, taken in 15-minute courses and the kids are having the time of their lives learning to become expert swimmers. With the pool are three locker rooms where the children dress and undress; a room where bath towels and bathing suits are passed out to them on their way for the swim; a large boiler for heating the water before it passes into the tank; another furnace where the bathing suits are dried and cleaned. The children are under the care of a trainer who teaches them practice strokes be sides watching that none of them gets into water too deep. - Tomorrow, Memorial day, exercises will be held in the school. Flowers have already been brought to the school by the children to be taken away by the veterans when they visit there tomorrow. The school orchestra. composed of 12 boys, and the school chorus of 150 voices, under the charge of Prof. Joseph Mc-Dermitt. principal, will be part of the program. There will be several speakers, the principal one being Judge A. B. Reid. . CANOE CLUBS WILL HAVE BUSY DAY TOMORROW. Although several of the canoe and boat clubs along the Allegheny river at Oakmont and Verona apened tnelr clubhouses during the past two weeks, the general canoeing season will be formally opened . tomorrow, and large numbers of friends wfll go to the clubhouses tonight and tomorrow morning to be guests, many remaining at the . clubhouses over the week-end. All of the clubs of the Western Pennsylvania Canoe association will observe open house all day tomorrow, and the members and guests of the clubs will viit from one to the other. The 1913 .- season of the Tennis league of the association will - open, . Oakmont Boat club meeting the Laetus club of Spdingdale in the morning, and the Pitt-auqua Canoe club playing the Minneton-ka Canoe club' in the faternoon. In the baseball league of the association there will also be double-headers, unless damp gronds interfere, the schedule including games between the Tippycanoe and Keystone Canoe clubs in the morning and Pittauqua and Minnetonaka Canoe clubs in the afternoon in the Verona section and betwee the Ecalap Canoe club and Laetus ' club and - Jilendeta Canoe club and No-Kix-Go Canoe club in the morn ing ana oakmont Boat club and Young Mens association in the, afternoon 'in tne uanmont section.. , . . Little Girl Wins Medal. Miss Mona Merceds Murphy, aged 8. of &s 1 4 jiiiiswortn ave. nas received the gold medal for general excellence at Sacred Heart school. East Liberty. Her teachers consider uer an exceptionally bright child. The May Drug Co. is Author- a am r fa.a a a izea to Refund Tour Money if WENDELL'S AMBITION PILLS do not Banish all Herve Troubles and put Vigor and Energy into your Body. ' Are yo a dead one? Have you lot ambition? Do you get up tired in the . nn vmip Vani4 . . v. i . morulas j - tuuici Are j A,4jnt? T TllV vnti 1 d you e-i" ...rr r ' conn- dence in your ability to do things? Don't give 'up; arouse yourself right. now. Go xo ine i-rug uog nine stores and gei a. uiiy cent Dox of Ambi- ! tion Pills. You don t have to wait a week' to know wnetner mey are aotng you i good or not. xv" m ner tomorrow. You'll feel full of vim and vigor in three of this marvelous upbuilding prescription you ii -- j " -"'onu sen again.- ' "'.''-.. -"5 ,. One nor oi aiowikpo mtuim is as; good a two weeks' vacation. For nervous debility, tired feeling, exhausted vitality, hysteria, loss of appetite, kidney and liver complaint, they are simply splendid. Box .of Wendell's Ambition Pills so cents at The May Drug Co.'s nine stores, Pittsburg agents. Mail orders filled by Wendell Fnarmacal Co., Syracuse. K. Y. Dil C. L GOEHRUIG The SPECIALIST alio -eposes ma aurgioaj abuse ot women and girls aad ta improper treatment ef me a. H ts a vary aaaa experienced physician; women or rau us visit bim la full confidence tor safe council- Offices In Lyeeum Bide- lt Pean Aa. 10 A. it. till P. K. Pass 311 Craai. CsAsultaUes In. , ' H 0 - MOiTov Morning SANGUINE AS TO SMOKE ELIMINATION. f aummmanm J. M. Searles, chief of the city smoke Inspection service, said yesterday that 0 per cent of the smoke in the Pittsburg district will have been eliminated by April 1. 1914. Searles monthly reports show an increasing number o eliminations and inspections. Searles left for Lebanon, Pa., last night, accompanied by several engineers of some of the largest plants in Pittsburg district to inspect methods adopted there, and if possible to enlarge on the scope of the work here: At one plant. which the party will inspect 300 tons of po.wdered coal are consumed daily with no smoke whatever. According to Mr. Searles this is doe to perfect combustion, owing to the form of the" coal when used and the appliances. Workman Fractures Skull , Sharon, Pa., May 29. James Majotta a Lake Shore railroad employe, fell .7 feet from a scaffold while at work af Hartford, O., near here. He was takef to tiie Youngstown City hospital, wher) it was found his skull was fractured and there Is little hope for his recovery. HOW'S YOUR LIVER AND BOWELS? If you are Taking Hot Springs Liver Buttons they are no Doubt in Splendid Condition If you would be cheerful, healthful, full of life and vigor don't fool with calomel or any violent cathartic. ' HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS are made from the prescriptions of one of tho many great physicians of Hot Springs, Arkansas. If you are having trouble with health resort you know all about them for they are prescribed there generally by physicians for all liver, stomach and bowel trouble. If you are havin trouble with your .bowels or liver and aren't feeling as full of energy and ambition as you should, get a 25 cent box of HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS at your druggists today, take one ea'.- night for a week they do not give a particle of discomfort, on the other hand they are gentle, safe and sure. They are simply splendid, every body says, and after you try one you'll say the same. For free sample write Hot Springs Chemical Co., Hot Springs, Ark. Pittsburg Agents: The May Drrg Co.'s Nine Stores. SURE FOOT REMEDY EZO is Quickest tcting Remedy for Aching, Burning Feet . EZO puts the feet In fine shape over night. No matter how sore or painful, rub on KZO and misery will vanish. - EZO Is a pleasant ointment; juet rub it on your poor ailing feet, that's all. No fussing around getting ready. EZO never fails to extract the soreness from corns, bunions and callouses, and for rough skin, sunburn, chafing and after shaving there is nothing like it. Jar It cents at druggists every where. Sold by the Pittsburg Agents, The May Drug Co.'s Nine Stores. your feet demand' FOOT.1 I COMFORT - BDBtter how fatigued I from standing; or walking n u r a d D f r a T o N I will civ lmmediat relief to tirmi. . swollea, aching, perspiring feet. I Antiseptic, Soothing and Cooiia I Price 25c a Bottle AVOID Tt'SELESS SlB-iTITtTES. Pittsburg- Agents: The May Irug C'o.'s ine Stores. I I LISTEN!! KEEP SWEET will remov that perspiration odor C 3 25c A JAR WOOD, CAVE & CO., Cftsattts ss4 fglMSWS Pitiaanra; Ageats. THE MAY - DRUG CO. !VI.'E STORE). PITTBURCi; IT CURES WHILE YOU WALK t'se Alien's Toaz-'E. the ant:seplk nw to bo xbaken 'nti ln th'M It instantly xtiti sting cut of corn. ttci:cg leet. nails, and bunion. It's the s.'eat-n discovery of tn aft AlVn t Foot-Ear tight or new shoes feel ear. Ladies shoes one wiz s trailer after, v ring, certain relief f?r atva"." -t ;;ous ien, t-ner. aching feet. TrvY ! everywhere. 2ie. Trial rack'Sr' oxsav Atfia b. UiauK4 je Ik m I) MUSH I I ..... .t . f

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