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THE ALLIANCE HERALD
W. 8. RAKER, Publisher.
AVIllio Sprncklln or Windsor, Ont.,
Kot n decision over Joo Cherry of
Saslnaw nfter ten fast rounds.
A Mexican coasting vossol recent
ly arrived nt Muege, Iower Califor
nia, carrying Bovoral empty cases
that had been filled with- Mauser
It Is rumored that tho Russians
may bo forced to evacuate Harbin
and abandon northern Manchuria and
tho maritime province to tho Jap
anese Reports 'havo reached Now York
that President CaBtro has aroused tho
Ire of Italy by adzing coal mines
leased to Italian, company by armed
Senator Allison denies report that
ho went to New York to confer with
heads of commercial Interests rela
tive to proposed changes In tariff
Tho TexaB Cattlo Raisers associa
tion adopted resolutions Indorsing the
American Stock Growers' association
organized at Denver and advising all
Hon. William H. Taft has accepted
tho Invitation of tho National Geo
graphical society at Washington to
address tho society on the Philip
4 Tho Newfoundland government or
dered tho customs collectors through
out tho Island to rofuso American
fishing vessels license to procure halt
In colonial waters.
A party of Russian emigrants In
cluding the wife of Fred Schullcr of
Yankton, S. D., have been lost , en
route to Amorica and may havo been
sent to South America.
Fred Stowart, who completed a
torm In tho Nebraska penitentiary,
was taken to Chicago. Ho Is .charged
with robbing tho storo of, Uullock,
Ward & Co, of Chicago.
v John Conroy, who Is wanted in
Washington oh tho chargo of embez
zlement, was arrested at Ballyraoto,
county SHgo, Ireland, where ho had
arrived to visit relatives.
Acting Secretary of thq Navy Dar
ling has Issued n general order an
nouncing tho award of medals of
honor and a gratuity of $100 to men
onjjoard tho battleship Iowa.
Herman Hamilton, a negro, convict
ed of tho murder of Loo Culver, fore
'man In tho Norfolk & Western rail
road yards, was electrocuted In tho
annex nt tho penitentiary at Colum
K. S. Inul. n Japanese student, won
second place and a ?50 cash prize In
tho annual oratorical contest at tho
University of Michigan. His subject
was "Tho Sick Man of Asia and His
Tho peace party seems to bo gain
ing tho upper hand In Russia.
Situation In Santo Domingo la
acute as a result of tho failure of tho
United Stntcs senate to pass tho Do
Tho president nnd Secretary Taft
nro making every effort to comploto
the rearrangement of tho Isthmian
canal commission prevlqus to tho de
parture of tho president on his south
Tho German banks did not partici
pate In tho Japancso loan because
they wero unable to agree with the
Hong Kong and Shanghai banking
corporation over tho shnro of tho un
Tho battleship Kansna will bo
christened by breaking a bottle of
Knnsas crude oil over her prow In the
placo of a bottle of champagne, as Is
tho usual custom. This Is the Idea of
Mrs. Elizabeth Cass Goddard, one
of the most prominent women of Colo
rado, was appointed a deputy sheriff
of El Pano county, Colorado, to fa
cilitate her work In tho protection of
. Two now athletic records for tho
Young Men's Christian association
vero established at Newton, Mass.,
when II. A. Gldney of Maiden jumped
5 feet 11 M Inches in tho high Jump
and C. V. Mooro ran COO yards In
Presldont Roosevelt recently ap
pointed General Rosser, who was the
youngest brigadier general in tho con
federate army, postmaster at Char
lottesville, Va. It la understood now
that he will bo nominntcd as United
States marshal for tho westorn dls
trlct of Virginia,
A rate of ono fare plus $2 for the
round trip, except whero open rato ol
ono and a third will mnko less, 13 an
nounced for tho first annual convon
tlon of tho Amorlcan Stock Growors'
association from points within the
Jurisdiction of tho Westorn Pa3songof
association. Tho convention will bo at
Denver. May 9 to 12.
At a meeting of the St. Louis asso
elation or Genoral Passenger Agents
at which all lines with St. Louis tor
inlnals wore represented. It was dccld
ed to continue Indefinitely the Joint
validating agency which was egtab
llshed during tho World's fair for the
purpose of protecting tho railroads by
preventing the sale by brokers ol
cheap rate and excursion tickets.
Troops fired on peasants in Russian
Polaud, killing ten and wounding
fifty; intense feeling Is aroused.
At Alton, 111., fire damaged an olo
vntor belonging to tho Sparks Milling
company In which was 55,000 bushel
of wheat the total loss being est!
mated at J50.000.
I Brief Telegrams
SINGE WAR BEGAN
RUS8IAN3 HAVE LOST HALF MIL
LION MEN THU3 FAR.
TACTS FROM J WAR OFFICE
Bureau Officials, Stung by Criticism,
I atae a Statement of Operations.
General Llnevltcb Continues His
Retirement to the North.
ST. PBTERSUURG Stung by the
wholcsalo criticism lately heaped up
on tho war office for its unprepared
ncss and Incapacity In providing tho
Mauchnrlan army with men, guns and
munitions, tho army orgnn lays bare
what has been done slnco tho opon
ing of hostilities giving tho exact fig
ures. From these It appears that up
to March 12, tho war ofilcp-had dis
patched 13,087 officer!, 7G1.4G7 men,
14C.40S horses, 1.521 guns and 310,321
tons of munitions nnd supplies to tho
front declaring the transportation
strained tho Siberian railroad to Us
Tho army organ admits that tho
army in the far cast, when tho war
opened was hardly worth tho hamo
(no figures being given,, but It Is
known that the troops did not exceed
G0.000 men) defending this on tho
ground that Emperor Nlcholas'dcslrcd
to avoid war and thcreforo refrained
from sending reinforcements which
Biiroly with havo provoked It.
Tho criticism of tho war office's
failure to adequately supply PortAr
thur is met by tho statement that it
was provisioned for a garrison of
twelvo battalions, tho decision to put
thirty battalions there being taken so
la to that tho original calculations
could not bo remedied.
Whilo nffirmlng that tho quick-firing
guns nnd field guns of tho Rus
sians aro superior to those of tho Jap
anese, tho war ofilco explains that tho
mlsfortuno in tho insufficiency of tho
mountain guns was duo to the fact
that when tho war broko out Russia
was Just adopting a new pattern.
It la denied that tho war ottlco was
deceived In regard to tho available
strength of tho Japancso army or tho
organization of the Japancso resorves,
but tho army organ frankly admits
that tho talents of tho officers' nnd the
wonderful spirit of tho soldiers were
Tho publication of this artlclo has
created a sensation nmong military
mon and In public circles mnny of tho
former nro censuring tho genoral staff
for disclosing valuable military se
crets and tho lnftcr finding from tho
.figures a practical ndmlsslon that tho
war has cost almost 500,000 men In
killed, wounded, prisoners and sick,
as tho wholo effective forco In tho far
cast Js now believed not "to exceed
Gonornl Llncvltch continues tho re
tirement of tho bulk of his army
Tho general staff now declares It
Is certain that Field Marshal Oyama
has been compelled to relinquish tho
idea of a pursuit In forco for tho pres
ent. The Japanoso forces on tho Rus
sian flanks nro too light to constitute
n serious danger and n lull In heavy
fighting for several weeks If not
months Is predicted by soma of tho
RATIFY WARNER'S ELECTION
Non-Partisan Demonstration for New
KANSAS CITY Convention hall
was packed by nn audience which
met to ratify the election of Mnjor
William Warner of this city to the
United States senate. Tho audience
was composed of not only Kansas
Cltyans, but of admirers of tho new
senator from all parts of Missouri,
Kansas, Oklahoma and tho Indian
torritory. Tho meeting was non-partisan,
democrats being as enthusiastic
as republicans In paying tribute to
Other speakers were Thomns J. Ak
Ins, member of tho republican na
tional committee from Missouri; D. P.
Dyer of St. Louis, United States dis
trict attorney for eastern Missouri,
and Charles Nagle of St. Louis.
Senator Warner said In part:
"Tho burning Issue of tho dny Is
that of setting proper metes and
bounds to corporate power, and tho
suppression of the unlawful encroach
ment upon tho rights of tho people of
organized capital. Theso issues must
bo met and solved In a spirit of fair
ploy and with tho high rosolvo to give
every Interest n squnro deal. Tho Just
and equitable solution of these prob
lems will tnx the experience and wis
dom of legislative nnd executive de
partments of the government. If in
their solution rror Is mado tho orror
should be on the sido of tho people."
Time Extended to Syrians.
WASHINGTON Minister Powell
has cabled the state department from
Port Au Prince that tho Haytlon gov
ernment by dPcree has extended from
April I to May 15 the tlmo trilowod
for Syrians holding forgod naturaliza
tion American citizenship papors to
withdraw from Haytl.
Get Seventy-five Lashes.
WINNIPEG. Man. Sandorcock nnd
McDonnld, highwaymen, wore sen
tenced by Judge Richards to flfteon
and ten years respectively, with
Boventy-fivo lashes, for robhory with
violence from Winnipeg merchants,
nnd recolved tho first Installment of
twenty-flvo lashes. McDonald made a
groat uproar and from tho first stroke
of tho dreaded cat-o'-nlne-tnils scream
ed horribly and had to bo carried to
his cell. Sandorcock groaned in a
manner that made his punishment
1 seem severe.
WILL TRY IT AGAIN.
Another Beef Trust Report In Store
WASHINGTON Another report
dealing with the operations of tho
beef truBt Is to bo made to congress.
It has been announced nt tho depart
ment of commerce and labor that
agents aro at work ascertaining data
concerning tho operations of cattle
growers on tho range nnd tho sa'.o of
beat nnd food products at retail. Thcro
are othor features, rolatlng to any
thing that may havo looked criminal
to tho Investigators which has been
turned over to the department of Jus
tice, and which arc to bo included in
tho sccom reiwt.
Just what tho secret service men
discovered in this line has been care
fully concealed for grand jury pro
ceedings In various pnrts of tho coun
try. Had It appeared In tho original
report made by Commissioner Gar
field, tho report would not havo so dis
appointed those who expected a scath
ing denunciation of the combine.
Some of theso features of tho re
port deal with private car transporta
tion, refrigeration, and bucIi things.
Just how carefully this information
is guarded will ho recognized when
It is known that fifteen secret service
mon havo been sent to Chlcngo to
guard witnesses thcro who aro to
testify beforo tho grand Jury.
MUST PAY JOHN G. CARLISLE
Former Secretary Wins Suit for At
NEW YORK- Tho decree of a lower
court awarding John G. Carlisle, for
mer secretary of tho treasury, ?125,
330 for professional services In con
nection with a contest against tho
constitutionality of tho laws under
which duties wero levied on goods
imported from Porto Rico, has been
affirmed by tho appellate division of
tho supreme court.
Mr. Cnrllslo was engaged by Rcon
Barnes, who had been retnlned as
counsel by vnrlous merchants, to as
sist him In tho contest. As a result
of tho litigation tho importers re
covered nearly ?500,000 from tho gov
ernment. According to Mr. Carlisle, some
thing over $80,000 of this amount was
paid to Barnes, but tho latter refused
to mako n settlement with him, deny
ing thnt ho ever had engaged Mr.
Carllslo's services'. Mr. Carlisle then
brought suit to recover his fco and
was awarded $200,349.
CHANGE IN CANAL COMMISSION
President and Secretary Taft Work
ing on Rearrangement.
WASHINGTON Tho president and
Secrotnry Taft are making every ef
fort to complcto tho rearrangement
of tho isthmian canal commission
previous to tho departuro of tho presi
dent on his southwestern trip. It is
possible that this cannot be accom
plished, as It Is necessary for a num
ber of communications to pass be
tween parties who must bo consulted
beforo tho new plan Is completed.
It has been decided that It will bo
necessary under tho law for tho presi
dent to appoint a commission consist
ing of seven members. Ho holds that
such a number would mako tho com
mission unwieldy, but as congress
failed to provide for a smaller com
mission, it Is held hy the attorney
genoral that tho commission of seven
members Is mandatory in tho presi
dent. RUSSIANS HALT TO REST.
Stop Likely to Be a Short One, as
Japanese Are Advancing.
GUNSHU PASS Tho Russian re
treat has now reached tho vlllapo of
Slpinghal, seventy-four miles north of
Tlo Pass, where It has temporarily
halted. Tho army has been without
rest for months and it Is natural that
fatlguo should bo evident Tho Jap
anese aro said to bo advancing on
Slpinghal positions along tho railway
and on both flankn.
A brisk action occurred on the cvon
lng of" March 18 at Kalyuan, tho Rus
sian rear guard boating off two heavy
attacks which lasted until midnight
After blowing up railway bridges
north of Kalyuan at flvo places, the
Russian retirement was continued on
March 19, 20 and 21, with only light
Tho Mukden branch of tho Russo-
Chinese bank removed all Its money
M'CORMlCK TOLD TO HURRY.
United States Anxious to Have Him
at Paris Soon.
ST. PETERSBURG Mr. McCor
mlck, tho retiring ambassador to Rus
sia, has recolved urgent Instructions
from Washington to proceed to Paris
nt tho oarllost posslblo moment.
-Whothor tho deslro of tho state de
partment to havo Mr. McCormlck ns
sumo his duties In Paris at onco Is
duo to tho prospect of an opening of
peace negotiations there, or to tho
Venezuelan complications or to the
wish of Ambassador Portor to depart
cooner than expected Is not known
Appeal For Outside Aid.
BROCKTON. Mass. Tho first or
ganized movoment for tho rollef of
the families of tho persons believed
to havo perished In the oxploslon and
flro at R. B. Grovor & Co.'s factory
last Monday, has boen begun As a
result of tho disaster thirty-seven
wlvos wore mado widows, forty-eight
children wero mado fatherloss and
six children became orphans. Mayor
Keith presided at a meeting nt which
a request was mado that every wage
earner In tho city give over one day's
waco to the relief fund.
LEAVE OF HARBIN
WOMEN AND CHILDREN GETTING
OUT OF TOWN.
BUSINESS HOUSES ALL CLOSING
Preparations Apparently Making for
an Extended Siege Probable In
vestment of Vladivostok by General
GUN8HU PASS, Manchuria The
women and children nro reported to
bo leaving Harbin and tho business
Uouscs nro closing. Tho stationary
hospitals aro being moved back nnd
tho entire railroad east and pouth of
Tsltslhar Is being prepared for tho
next stage of tho war.
The conviction exists that General
Kurokl Is now directing his move
ment toward tho northeast for the In
vestment of Vladivostok, changing
his base for that purpose to Gesan.
Whllo the Manchurlnn railway Is em
ployed to supply the main army In Its
advance on Harbin, tho Japanese
rfeem still partial to tho plan of keep
ing closo to their sea bases, nnd In
stead of following tho Russians some
of tho military experts aro of the
opinion that the Japanese may rclfcve
tho pressure upon General Llncvltch
and thus Induce him to concentrate
In the region between Santoupu and
Tlo Pass for another battle. But
throughout the campaign all tho prog
nostications of oxperts regarding the
plans of the Japanese failed, tho as
pirations of the Japanese consistent
ly fattening up on tho victories ac
hieved. Tho rank and- file of tho' Russian
army show peculiar adaptability to
conform with the new conditions and
accommodate themselves to tho
wishes and Intentions of tho com-mnndcr-ln-chlef
and the government
Tho Russian retreat has now reach
ed tho village of Slplnghnl, seventy
four miles north of Tie Pass, where
It has temporarily halted. Tho army
has been without rest for months and
it Is natural that fatlguo should bo
evident. Tho Japanese arc said to bo
advancing on Slptnghal positions
along tho railway and on both flanks.
A brisk action occurred on tho even
ing of Mnrch 18 at Kniyuan, tho Rus
sian rear guard beating off two heavy
attacks which lasted until midnight.'
After blowing up railway bridges
north of Kolyuan at flvo places, tho
Russian retirement was continued on
March 19, 20 and 21, with only light
Tho Mukden branch of the Russo
Clilneso bank removed all Its money
Tho news from tho front continues
to Indlcato preparations for a with
drawal of tho main portion of tho
Russian army beyond Harbin, eo as to,
placo It out of danger of having Its
communications with Russln severed
if, It Is found impracticable to at
tempt to hold the lino at the Sungarl
river. Tsltslher 300 miles west of
Harbin, Is mentioned by several cor
respondents In a fashion to suggest
that It will be tho new point of cori
centratlon although others speak of
tho Amur river.
TO ATTACK VLADIVOSTOK.
Preparing to Take Russian
PORTLAND, Ore. According to ad
vices brought by tho Portland &
Asiatic liner Arabic from Yokohama,
which arrived here, it Is believed In
Yokohama that Japan will soon at
tempt to capture Vladivostok. There
aro at present nbout forty blockade
runners In Japanese ports of different
nationalities which havo been cap
tured attempting to enter Russian
ports. The crews of tho captured ves
sels aro treated well by the Japanese
and ns rapidly as posslblo sent to
their various homo ports.
According to blockade runners cap
tured on tho return trip from.VIadivos
tolr, tho hnrbor there Is filled with
vessels loaded with provisions and
coal. Provisions aro said to bo cheap,
meat being sold for 20 kopeks (10
cents) per pound. Tho samo Impres
sion exists In Vladivostok as In Yoko
hama that, tho Japanese Intend to at
tack the placo In tho Immediate fu
ture. FIFTY FARMERS SHOT DOWN
Are Killed and Eleven of the
Wounded Are Dying.
KUTNO, Russian Poland Ten
peasants were killed and fifty were
wounded at Lamcnta, March 21, as
tho rosult of tho shooting of Infantry
sent to quell disturbances.
A crowd of peasants from Benlg
nowa proceeded to Lamenta to induce
tho farm laborers to strike, and riot
Tho chief of police with a company
of soldiers went to tho sceno and the
troops fired two volleys at tho peas
ants, killing two on tho spot and
wounding fifty. Tho latter wero
brought In carts to the hospital hero,
whore seven men and ono woman sub
Eleven others aro dying.
JAPAN FLOATS NEW LOAN
Gets Better Terms Than Before New
York Takes Half.
NEW YORK Negotiations for a
Japanese government loan for $150,
000,000 have been successfully con
cluded In, London. Kuhn, Loeb & Co.,
of this city, who will share In the loan,
made the announcement today. The
loan will bear interest nt 4 per
cent, and will bo secured by a first
mortgage on the tobacco monopoly.
One-half of tho entire loan will bo
1 taken In this country.
BEEF TRUST JURY.
It Is Now Ready to Commenco Busi
ness. CHICAGO Tho special grand Jury
to Investigate tho so-called "beef
trust" was completed Wednosdny.
Thrco vacancies loft In tho pnnel
Tuesday were filled nnd the hugo
mass of testimony avnilablo was Im
A. J. Hoffman of Mendotn, 111., was
designated by tho court ns foreman of
District Judgo J. Otis Humphrey
charged the jury to "present no ono
from envy, hatred or malice, nor to
leavo any ono unpresentod for fear,
favor, affection, reward or hope of re
ward." The charge was delivered In a most
Impressive manner nnd was listened
to with deep lntorcst.
In charging tho grand Jury Judge
"This body stands between tho up
right and honest citizen nnd the ma
licious accuser. You are savers of
reputation?, as well as the body
through which tho honest accuser ob
tains Just inquiry.
"I call your attention particularly
to tho statute which prohibits and
fixes a penalty for combinations In re
straint of trndc, In the interstate com
raorco laws and their various
"Whllo you are not selected to try
the guilt or innocence of the accused,
In order to justify a true bill you will
have such evidence as, If unexplained
and uncontradicted, would satisfy
your minds of the guilt of the accused.
"You are not to disclose to any per
son or at any time the secrets of your
iellbcratlons. Reputation Is tho great
est earthly Inheritance.
"The mere fact that some person's
name Is beforo you as being accused
of crlmo would blacken reputation
even though you might not return a
true bill. No human being has n right
to know, and you nro not to disclose
to any human being, tho secrets of
your deliberations. All that shall
como to light shall come through the
return of Indictments, if Indictments
shall bo found."
Among the Important witnesses who
will appear before tho beef trust
grand Jury are Miss M. A. DInoek, pri
vate secretary to J. Ogdcn Armour;
C. O. Young, general superintendent
of Swift & Co., nnd Georgo F. Mor
gan, assistant to Young.
Two witnesses wero examined dur
ing tho afternoon session. The first
ono testified for almost two hours,
when ho was excused and returned to
his homo In Philadelphia on a night
train. Tho second witness finished his
testimony at 5 o'clock, when the ses
sion was adjourned until tomorrow
WILL HEAR GOV. CUMMINS
Iowa Dissatisfied With Shiloh Monu
WASHINGTON Secretary Taft has
arranged to give a hearing April C to
Governor Cummins of Iowa In sup
port of tho deslro of tho officials of
that state to have the inscriptions on
tho Iowa monuments in the Shiloh
Battlefield park amended so that they
shall show the tlmo that the various
Iowa regiments appeared on tho
sceno of battle. Secretary Taft, after
an exhaustive investigation of this
proposition, which had been under
consideration by tho department for
many months, recently decided
against changing tho Inscriptions
adopted by the proposal of the Iowa
authorities to Shiloh Park commis
sion. Governor Cummins was not satis
fied with that decision nnd appealed
to tho president. The latter referred
tho matter to Secretary Taft and he
has decided to grant Governor Cum
mins a personal hearing.
SENDS MAN TO INVESTIGATE
President Roosevelt to Find Out
About Panto Domingo.
WASHINGTON Arrangements for
tho investigation of the affairs of
Santo Domingo wero completed Frl
day after a conference between Presi
dent Roosevelt. Secretary Taft and
Prof. J, H. Hollander. It was derided
that Prof. Hollander, who Is to make
thef Inquiry, will sail from New York
on April 1 in a mail steamer for San
Juan, P. R. From thero he will go to
Santo Domingo on the Chattanooga,
which will bo at his disposal to con
vey him from placo to placo while he
Is pursuing tho investigation. Ho will
return to tho United States In May,
and, If his investigation is not com
pleted by that time, ho will return to
New Assistant for Morton.
WASHINGTON President Roose
volt has tendered the office of assist
ant secrotnry of the navy to Truman
H. Newberry of Detroit, Michigan, and
tho proffer has been accepted. '
LONDON A correspondent at
Hong Kong reports nntl-forelgn out
breaks In the provinces of Knlpln and
Szechuan, adding that tho rebels have
defeated the Chinese troops.
Chamberlain vs. Balfour.
LONDON -Open war has boen de
clared botween Josoph Chamberlain
and Mr. Balfour over tho fiscal ques
tlon. Despite tho attitude of Mr. Bal
four and tho government In refusing
to sanction an effort to compel Lord
Hugh Cecil to resign the parliament
ary seat for Greonwlch, Mr. Chamber
lain has written a lettor claiming that
ho has a majority of the unionists
with him and approving of tho selec
tion of a protectionist candidate to
contest Lord Hugh Cecil's seat at the
next General election.
Snlser'ft Home Ilnlliler Cora.
So named because CO ncres ptouueed so
heavily, that its proceeds built, ft lovely
home. See Snlrcr's catalog. Yielded in
lnd. 157 mi., Ohio 100 bu., fenn. 103 bn.,
nnd in Mich. 220 bit. per acre. You can
beat this record in 1005.
WHAT DO TOIT TIUXK OK THESR YIELDS?
120 bn. BcardlcM "Barley per ncre.
310 bu. Salzcr'n New Nnilmial Oats per A.
80 bu. Sdlzcr Speltz and Macaroni Wheat.
1,000 bu. Pcdierec Potatoes per ncre.
14 tons of rich Billion Dollar Grass Hay.
CQ.00O lbs. Victoria Rape for nhccp per A.
1(50,000 lbs. Tcosinte, the fodder wonder.
61,000 lbs. Salter's Superior Fodder Corn
rich, juicy fodder, per A. ,
Now Mich yields you can have in 1005,
if you will plant my seeds.
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You never hear anyone complnln
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to recommend it to alt suffering women. "
Mrs. Hnra U'iUon, :il East 3d Street, Cincin
If you have suppressed or painful
menstruation, weakness of tho stom
ach, Indigestion, bloating, leucorrhcca,
Hooding, nervous prostration, dizzi
ness, falntness, "don't-enre" and
" want-to-be-left-alono " feeling, ex
citability, backache or the blues, theso
are sure indications of female weak
ness, some derangement of tho uterus
or ovarian trouble. In such cases them
Is one tried and true remedy Lydia
E. Plnkhain's Vegetable Compound
ft Cures colds, Coughs. Sore Throat, Croup,
Influenza, Whooping Couch, Hronehitis ami
Afctnma. A certain euro for Consumption in flrM
s luces, nnd a sure relict in advanced staucs. iVe
at ont e. You will see the excellent efftct ottei
taking tho tlrst don. Sold by dealers every
where. Largo bottio 25 cents and 60 cent.
Walls are smoky and grimy after
the winters' coal and soot. They
need cleaning with Alabastino.
The new color schemes and har
monies for this year can only be done
in Alabastino. Tho colors are tho
richest, the tints the most permanent
the hues the most beautiful in Ala
bnstlne there isn't any wall cover
ing that is just as good.
Alabastink does not need wash
ing off beforo a fresh coat can bo
applied you simply mix Alabas
tine with cold water and apply with
a brush. Any decorator or painter
can apply it or any woman can
apply it herself,
Remember Atabattine comej In Mel
fiei;Lke,.no tUtntei-ao not buy
iH bulW-J " ,J)ur de' "n-t uppI
you, tend u tut name andwewufieo
that you have Alabanme. Heautilul
8.V';: co,or "u"",io"
Grant Ave., Grand Rapldi. Mich.
New York Office. 105 Water St,
hL, 1 If-, l)
& A I .ft;
f JMrs.Sara PVijon
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