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fllh UKK: UM AHA, MONDAY, MAY 10, 1915.
Upholds Tradition of Courage in
British Merchant Service by
THOUGHT OKLY OF CHARGES
lONTON. May .-A dispatch from
Qurenitown to the Central New says:
"There I murh conflict In the various
stories of th laun'-lng ef the.hoat. but
It Is agreed that the Lualtenla's crew
tipheid th tradition of heroism, in th
Ttrltlch mercantile marine. Thoe not
ngtged In. launching the hogt went
smong the pssaenger seeing to It that
so far as possible U r provided with
"John tvl. a member of the crew,
tated that ,tha Lualunla spaed had
bf n rrdnred in the morning. when th
liner via off Featnet. tter tn tha day
It ma Increased, and the word to ro
aum full speed waa given Just before the
flmt aarplealon occurred. ,
The first torpedo entered the steam
ship a bunki. hurling a ahower of mat
aa high aa the upper dec. The captain
Immediately headed for shore, but tha
second explosion followed quickly. Thla
torbodo 1 believed ta hav killed or in
jured many passengers who were lunch
ing tn the dining saloon."
LESS THAN 700
' tContlnued from Pane One.)
not already heard from their expected
frlenda or relative.
Nothing that the German have dona
since, the outbreak of the war ha no
roused th anger and determination of
the Britlah people aa the linking of th
LuKltanl. Thla anger ta ahared by the
American In IxnJon, who had relative
or friend aboard.
The, member of the stock exchange
insisted on th withdrawal of al! mem
ber of German birth, although national
lied. At many' place throughout the
country, then nattonallxud BrltUit' sub
ject wera made to luffer for Germany'
action. In one large ahlpbulldlng plant
at Walleend th 'workman threatened to
etrike unleai thou employe with Oar
man namea wera Uncharged, and th
company although badly tn need of work
men waa compelled to grant th demand.
German barber and ether German
whoa presence In the country ha been
tolerated lno th war tgan, alao found
themaelve boyootted. but there bava
been no dlaorder of any kind,
QUEENSTOWJ. (via london). May a.
Clinton Bernard of NW York City,
on of the flrat eabtn urvivor of th
Lunltanla had this to aay of hi s
perience: "When f saw th ahlp wa sinking I
Jumped overboard, Just Ss I waa. I had
no life belt, but I picked up a bit of
flotsam. Finally 1 sot to aa upturned
boat and with sorno other wlmmara, I
managed to tight it We cllrnbad In and
started to rcu aa many aa wa could,
reach. V. t t . .,.t'
"Th Gerraaa aubmartea mad bo at
tempt to aav anybody. Wa aaw it for
a moment before It dove. ..
Th first torpedo atruck us between
th flrat and seoead funnels. Th tuai
tanla shook and settled dowa a bit. Two
other torpadoe quickly followed, and
soon' finished our. ship. Four or tiv
of our lifeboat went down with It. and
the tremandou auction aa tha liner wa
engulfed, dragged many paopla down also.
"We had floated about two sour In
our email boat befora tha flrat, rescue
tramere arrived. .Previous to thla tlm
vm&ll chora boat and fishing amacks
came along and helped u."
arv af Cadet.' '
W. O. E. Meyer of Stratford, Ont., 1
years old, who waa on hia way to Join
the Brltleh nay a a cadet, said:
"I "hud Junt gone to the upper dec It
after lum li. to play a game of quoit
with two other boyi. On of them, look.
Ing over the skle, aaw- a white atreak In
th water ami ahouted: There's a tor
redo, coining straight at us.' We watched
it until It atruck us, with an awful ex
plosion. ' Then we rushed to tit boat
dek. Just aa w got there a bug
quantity of spllntar aad great inaaae
of water flew all around us, -
"K second torpedo struck ua about four
minute after, tha flrat, I went below
to get a life belt, and met a woman who
waa rerun d with far. I triad to calm
tier and helped brr into a boat. Then
. J aw a boat which was nearly swamped.
J got Into it and, with other men. bailed
It out Then a crowd of men clambered
: into it and nearly swamped It.",
Rev. H. W. Simpson, a passenger in the
.second cabin, saved himself by dinging
to an upturned boau. ... .
laal f .metre.
"Alter a struggle wa filled this boat
with all we -could rescue," Zr. Kimpaoa
aald today. ,"W tied a pair of trousers
to an oar and hoisted It aa a signal of
, "A big trawler tamo along and took us
"Whon we wre struck I wss la the
aaloon. life belts acre handed around,
i'Ut th people did not want to put them
n. and they rushed off to tho deck lust
a thoy were."
William Brown of Alaska, another sur
vivor, said r dc-tled not to rush for th
boats. "I came to the conclusion that a
lit bell was the thing fur me." he said.
"Ho I went to my cabtn and secured on.
With it on. I slid down a long rop into
t uej water. Subsequently I got iota a
II. fsmethurst. a steerage passenger,
wss savtd In (no same way. He had put
til wife Into a lifeboat, and In spite of her
: uising ha sofuaed to aoocxapany her. say
. tug the women acd children must go flrat
; After th boat with hta wife had pulled
aey. th husband put on a life belt.
: clipped into the water and floated until
;e w as pl ked up.
MAN KILLED BY-FREIGHT
TRAIN NEAR BROKEN BOW
BROKEN BOW. Neb.. May t.-(fp-
la Tltgrjri ) The body of a mag ap
jarently K year old, frightfully man
gled, waa discovered along tha right-of-way
of the Burlington tour and a half
rr.llea east of her thla morning. iTha
man Is supposed to b a hob waa kad
0l-d between th rail on aceaout of
marm clndVrs and wa struck by
!-t frrlfc-ht No. . Coroner Landl m
' I -W.UJ. a. jury, -Z?TX':i Mr.g i the
' "i t Uiat di-ata -waf jffu t tr4e--n'tn
of aeceaM-d. J'ejX-r found" on' the
hfcjy oiU ludi, .1, tiiot the dccca( s
Alphabetical List of Survivors of
Lusitania, as Given Out at New York
JfEW TORK, Msy . A'.phstMI-J list
f th first and bacond cahln survivor
of the Cunard liner Lusitania ar given
herewith. Tliey ar followed by a third
list' containing the namea of survivors
among th tersg psssengert and crew
of the Lusitania. differentiated whtn pos
sible. When the Lusitania left New Tork. May
1, It had on board, according to th latest
available Information, a total of I.MI
rersor.s. Of these l.KI wr passengers
nd A crew. Of th passnegers ther
wer 1 In the first cabin, H tho sec
tnd and XI In th steerage.
Bury vera of first cahln:
A.-lismft, Mrs. Hnry. Boston.
Adams. Mrs. Jane.
AOams, W.lllum McMillan, Nw Tork.
Alles, N. ,V.. New York.
Ayala, Julian. le (Cuban consu! gen
eral at Liverpool).
Ha her, Jimn, England.
Hattorsby. J. J., Morkpnrt. Bngland.
Bemsrd. Clinton P., New Tork.
Bernard, Oliver, Boston.
Bohen. Jamea. Toronto.
Boulton, H , Jr.. Chicago.
Ilnwrlng. Charles W New York.
Bralthwalte. Mia Dorothy. Morris,
town, n. J.
Brsndell, Miss Josephine, New Tork.
Brooks. J. If.. New Tork.
Burse-s, Henry O.. New York. '
Burnetii. Mrs. J. R, New Tork.
Bimwell. Feter .(Cameronla), New Tork.
Bylngton. A. J.. London.
Charlea. Doris. Toronto.
Charles, J. H., Toronto.
Clarke. A. R.. Toronto.
Clarke. Cowley (the) Rev., London.
Colebrook. H. O.. Toronto! "D"""n-
Conner. Mia Dorothy, New Tork.
Croe. A. B.
raly. H. M.
Fosher, Dr. Howard L.. New Tork.
Oauntlett. Pr.4 J.. N,w Tork.
V,T,' 0,r."r r- York.
Hadley. Mr, f. (Charles), Liverpool
Hammond. O. H., New Tork.
) ardwlrk. C. C. New Tork.
Hill. Mrs. C. T.. London.
Holt W. R. Q., Montreal.
Home. Thomas, Toronto.
-Hone. M !- T1...J.1. m . .
Conn H.uun, r armingvin,
Houghton, Dr. J. T.. New Tork.
J. ffery. CWlea T., Chicago.
Honken, Krantta. :
Jenkina, Francis Bertrsm. Chicago -J')"v.
Ml" Rita, thlcago.
Kempson. M.. Toronto.
Konan. Dr. Owen. New York.
Keehle. W., and wife.
Knox. fl. M., Philadelphia.
Laaetter. ., London.
I-Utter. Mra ir d t j
I at si rf1 11 ax s a m . -
(1i ttra. C. a., .nd maid, Sydney.
Leary. Jame J New orkT
keary. Jatne J., New York.
Lhmann. ieaae, Liverpool.
Lehmann, Inland, Liverpool
Lehmann, Martin. Uverpool.
Levlnaon, Joseph. Jr., Uverpool.
Iwln, I. Guy. New York. '
Ixibb. Mra Fopham, New York.
Ickhart, B, H., Toronto.
Lonoy, Mlaa., New York.
I-oney. Mra., New York.
MoConnell John W.. Memphla.
Mackworth, Lady, CardlffV
Mathews. A, T.. Montreal.
Aloaley. O. o.. Kew York.
"' .wis s ., Toronto.
raynter, Charlea r., I.Kerpool.
I aynter. Mlaa Inu t i...-
drrN.woX. '" M - eh
try'' urt Duncan. New York.
Bhllllps, Wallao B., Nw York.
Berpoint William J Liverpool.
Plrie. JtobUuion, Hamilton, Ont '
Polen. Ed., Farmlngton. Coup. .
Rankin. Robert. New York.
Ratollff. N. A7 New York. ,
Rliys-Bvana. A. L.. CWnliff. "
?.?f."' J?r0'' w- Toronto.
PIKUII, Thomss, New Yrk.
S.'-L.''. M,1,iJ",', Tf- Braeavlll, O.
Hturdy, c F.. Montreal.
Taylor. Richard LlonI Montreal.
I hompson, Mra B, Bl.h. Indiana.
nhompaon. K Bilsh, Inc Inns-
Tlmmla, R. J Nw York.
Tootal, T. R.O.. London.
TownUiy, Eameat Toronto.
Turton, O. II., Melbourne.
J ". W. A. V.. Londnn.
Wkherbea. Mr. A, P., New Tork.
JVrUtht, Robert C. Now york. '
una, Philip, Montreal. .
Survivor of second cabin.
Abramowlt, 8., Nw York.
Adam. Mrs. A. E., Edmonton. Canada.
Caifu' M- Edmonton,
Altken. MIh A. '
Hnnnvlt Mlaa Mir
Barry. Edward, New York.
Virsttle. Mrs. Jamea A.. New York.
Burrhall. Henry. Roelyn. Wash.
Hoot h . Infant Innihahlw . 1, 1 1 vj
II. Booth). Ottiwa.
iiraminer. Mra. m J , Trenton, N. J
Bianmer, illna JS., Trenton, N. J.
RrnthnrtAn- Mra kll.4 -- l r . t
AnKcle. ' ....-n-.
Hrllly. ouls, Loe Angeles.
Brown Dan T., Ixa Angelea
Brownky, Mr. Thomas.
Bryce, 11, B Hyraciiae. N. Y.
Bryc Mr. H. B , Syracuse, N Y;
Campbell. Anna Una, New York. '
Canuit!!. W., or Mra. W.. Chicago.
Canrlllph, Mr. Arthur, Boston.
Candllsh, Arthur. Boston.
( ix k burn. Guy R.
Colli-, Edwin M.. Chlaaga.
Cowpcr. Krneat, Toronto.
Crosalny. Cvrua, Toronto.
Crc-asley Mrs. Cyrus, Toronto. .
lit(t, Ml-a riurothy. Edmonton, Canada.
j'.n.-nr, rira., nn inrant.
Doithln, Mtsa Eva. Kt Thomas. Ont.
Donald, A . Boston.
Dugiilii, George, Plttaburgh.
. Dvr, Robert. Pittsburgh.
h'Kana, Vlnoente, New Tork.
J-lliott, Mr, A. W.. Catrary, Canada.
Kllta. John, Edmonton. Canada.
Kwart lUiberl J.. Brooklvn, N. Y.
yr. Mire Marion. Toronto.
Flh. Mrs. S. M. and two children.
Kuaa. Carl Elmer.
Freemen, John, Falktaln. B. C.
Krwt. H. li., Reaina. Canada.
Ky(v. Mrs. Joaiila. Holyok. Masa
OaiMner, B, Toronto.
Oardner, William, Toronto.
Orav. R. D., Ixis Angeles,
tlrlfflths. C. N.. Plttaburah. '
Gwver. Rev. H. L. Saskatoon, Canada.
Gwver. Mr. H. U. fa-katoon, Canada
Haldane, JsiTM-a. New York.
Hampahlre, Mine Khsalieth F., Boston,
Hardy. Mis C Nw York,
1 i m1r r son, Violet. Montreal.
Henderaon MuMsr II tint ley, Montreal
Henehaw, Mra. M.. Saskatoon. Canada.
)! 1 u. Ihi iHlas c.
II ill Wltliani Kpvnrer.
Hosg. Mr. KUen. New York.
1 llolliorn, I H. 8.. Yonkera N. Y.
1 HolUnU. Mrs H. L. New York.
Huvklns. A . Montreal.
Houanell. Kdsar, New York.
Inh. W. K.
Jure. William O.
nam was Joha
Cohnson of Mount
Millard !te. I
MILFORD, Neb.. May l.-8peclal r
Mllford baa completed arrangement for
a. Chautauqua cour to take plaea Jun
IS to M. Inclusive,
Th Roberts Sanitary Dairy company
ha com roenned the construction of a
cbees factory In connection with th
creamery. John A, Buehal of th agri
cultural department of th rotate Ua-
ttraity of Wisconsin and a graduate at
that department, ha been employed to
Install .tii machinery and eperet tha
Cenoral ' J. li. Culver rrturn-d from
Hot Springs. Ark., lsst Thursday, a her
v.uorne, Jra a. b. (Irene), Hamilton.
Pappadopoulo. M. N.. Oreeci. lw,,wn
I appadopoulo, Mra. M. N., Qreeo.
Fartrldae. iVank N.u v.i.
Kaye, Ml Catherine.
Ian. Q. B.
Lauder. I:. H. 1
Mne. gtanlev B.
Lines, Mrs. tnley B.
Irfihdn, Mra. H.
'!otdn. Mlas Flfle
Lun l Mr C. H.. Chicago
VfColln. Mrs. Jamea A., Ottawa.
Mrllhn. Mte ereh
Malnman, khsalieth. v
Malnman, Mies Molly
Marlrhal. J. P.
Manchal, Matcr Maurke.'
Marlchal. Misa pnylll.
Marshal. Vis Yvonne.
Mai-tln, Mrs. it.
Myco,-k, Mlsx May.
Mayer. H. T. and wife
Mrhrln. Mrs. l"no.
MlrMlemaat, Mm. K. L., Reglna. Cansda.
Mlltord. r rrderftk J.
Mitchell. A. J.
Mooro, D. V.. YsnMon, R. D.
Moorr, John, Manchester, Conn.
Morris. Bev 11. C. P.
Murdo- k. Miss Jessie.
Murrsy, Mra C
Myers, W. O. Ellasoa.
Neeiiham, Henry K.
North. Mia Olive.
O Donnell, Patrick.
Peacock! Mies E T.
Plank. Mrs. H. or Davey.
Peaddle. J B.
Richards, Thomaa H.
Richards, Mrs. Thorn H. and two
Fsnd!l. Thomss. .
elmpson. Rev. H. W,
Hmlth. Miss Helen. 1
mlth. J. Preeton.
Hweeney. John M.
Sweet. F. H.
Taylor. Mrs. A.
Tllon. Mrs. W. E
Tiirpin. Thomas K-
Webb. Mis Minnie.
Web-tar. Master Frederick.
Webater. F. O.
Webster. Master Henry.
Webster. Master William.
Whalley. Robert W.
Wilde, Mis Aanes.
Wilde. Miss Evelyn.
Williams. Miss B.
Wilson. Mrs. Patrick. ,
Winter. Mis f.
Woodw-irth. Miss Ruth.
t'orrfswreth. mond Bsrti.
Wvath. Mrs. M. A. .-..
Th following additional list of ur-
Ttvor wa received tonight at tha Cunard
Una office from Uvrpooi:
First Cabin ,
nartlett. Mr. and Mr. O. W. B., Lon
Meyer. Mr. and Mr. H. P.
Parry. Mis L. (listed Pavey).
Wllllama. Thomaa J.
Hill. Mr. Robert
Jsckson. Arthur tth passenger list
contains th name of Iac and Thorn
Whitehead, Mrs. Florence.
Lucas, Francis J. '
. Bastan, Mrs. A.
MnJ-shall, Mra. Fanny.
McFarquahsr. Mra. J. A.
McFarquahar. Mtsa Oraoa.
McDonnell. Mlaa Kitty.
eiecohl. Mr. Herbert.
Pye, Mr. C.
Cutchleon, Mrs. Stanley, ,
Wolfenden, Mrs. Jo .
Becand and Third Ca'jfn
Urott, Alloa. -
Riiev, Mr. and Mr. Edward, nd two
Coleman, Mr. Suaaa. . T
Lee, Bridget. .
Gallachor, Mr. Margaret. ,
Glancy, Josph. 1 '
Brown, William. ' .'
Dlamandles, Theodora. I
Smritiiurse. Mra and Mv.
Ashman. Henry C.
Kilkenny, Delia M.
Ncnrls, E.lward. k
Nellson. Mis Gorda.
Gllhoolcy, Mrs. Catherine.
Rept Jamea Htewart
atcwart, Mra. C ' . .
rllattery. D. J.
I'eacock. Mis Elisabeth.
Mantiy. Mis Ada.
llaU'ane. W. R.
Mcklensie. R. A.
Arthur, Jceoph f.
Fronch, , Mis Grace.
Burden, ! Mrs. A. G. and infant
Cox. Mrs. Margaret and child.
Anderson. Mrs. R. and child.
Richardson, Miss Annie.
Blllbrourh, G. W.
Rolls. Fred J.
Marchll. Mra. J. P. and thraa ohlldraa.
lwta. Mr. and Mra, John and child.
Payne, Martin ft.
Belle. Mr. and Mra Elamor.
Roger. Mis Elisabeth,
. Owoni, Mrs. Herbert
"toud. Mr. and Mr. E. B. W.
Judson.' Fred 8.
Hall. Mrs. Q.
Boattle, Allan W. .'
Amortun, Mra P. 1
FVeman, Mr. Joha.
Fish. Miss lrne.
McColIn, Mr. ChrUUne.
Gardner. Ernie. .
Parkea, William H.
Barrow, D. G. -Croeby,
Taylor. Mr. and Mr. H. W.
Frankun. Joseph, and child.
Benjamin. Mis Queaal.
Thompson. Joseph. ,
fitaphena. Thomaa O.
Amerl. Mrs. Phoebe, Toronto (second
Kitaowen, Eldrtdg Thompaoa.
Carter. J. S. ,
Th name of Fltiowens. Tat and Car
ter do not appear tn passenger Hat
Tha Cunard line official aald that Mr.
Hammond, reported aa a survivor, is ba
!v4 to b th daugtitemln-law of John
b haa bean undergoing treatment at
th Army and Navy hospital for paraly
ta of tha left aid, resulting from a
fractured hip received ta tha Philippine
Insurrection. HI fv months" traatment
appear ta hv boon quit beneficial.
Major General Alrature, Bell, Colonel
Turner, Darat. Klntey and many other
officer hava been treated there thla
aad Cold Ar Sartaa.
Don't disregard your eold. Tea na
courh. are feverish nature's warning.
Dr. King' New Discovery will cur you.
: An J"' -AvUemnt. .
N-w Orleans. I: little Rock. X
Moblli-. . Xanhvill t
l:nii.lin. ; iiinningru-in. 3.
VOICE OF EAGLE
(Continued from Pag One.)
combatants on board. Including neutral
men, women and children. The position
of the irnlted Stata haa been that th
presence of contraband even arms and
ammunition according to the rules of In
ternational law. Including the Declaration
of London, which Germany has upheld.
cannot warrant th sinking of a mer
chntmnn without the previous exercise,
of th right of visit and search snd the
removal of nnncomhatanta to a rlac of
Made Clear tw Verraaay,
Th government atated this In Its last
not to Germany, and t the earn tlm
Issued a warning that th Imperial Gar
man government would be held '"to strict
accountability" by th United State for
ny loss of American vessel or lira.
Th decision, which th president and
hi adviser must reach. It waa admitted
In ail quarters, la a momentous on.
Those official conversant with th legal
aspect of th case pointed out that tha
United State faced a grav and serious
problem of lasting Importance In hlatory.
as ail th world neutrals and belligerent
auk would wait with acut expectancy I
for th course which th United Slates
would pursue to pre sane th rule of in
ternational law, partlculrly th right
of neutral with rsspect to th safety
of noneornbatant on merchant ships at
Tha suggestion that th warning by
th German embassy in newspaper ad
vertisement should have been sufficient
to deter American from traveling aboard
hip flying tha British flag waa widely
commented upon among diplomat.
Xa bfflclal Wsrslsg,
At tha Ptate department Secretary
Bryan revealed that th embaaay' warn
ing had never been officially communi
cated: to the 8tate department and that
sine th announcement by tha German
admiralty In February or tta proclama
tion of a war gone, tha American pro
teat and th reply from Germany aaying
ma government would disclaim respon
sibility for accident to neutrals, tha
ubject for several weeks, had not been
officially mentioned between th Berlin
and Washington, government.
Among a few diplomatist ther wa a
disposition to crifds Americana for
minimising th warning, but soma offi
cial pointed out that It wa never con
ceived that tha Germans' submarine cam
paign would b extended to passenger
liner which usually oarrled scores of
neutrals, without specific warning that
uch a veasel would he attacked.
With respect to th report that the
Stata department had discouraged the
travel of American to Europe. Secretary
"Wa have discouraged ever sine the
beginning of tha war tho going abroad
of any naturalised American and hove
declined to glva passport to American
who wanted to go abroad for pleasure,
but have given them to those going on
business." " .
Van Eeet Methodist
Church at Elmwood
ELMWOOD. JCeb.. May .-(8pdal)
dedication axerclse were held her today
for tha new $14,009 Methodist church.
Rev. p. Van Float, pastor of th church
waa tna largest individual contributor be
side being on of th moat untiring work
er tn eecuring tha edifice and aa ap
preciation of this . tha membership . has
voted to nam It the "Rev. P. Van Fleet
T. D., Memorial Methodist Eplsoopal
Tha building which wa dedicated f re
of debt, la said to b on of th most
beautiful In southeast Nebraska and for
a town of thla aise i on of tha moat
ooatly to b found In th antlra section,
Th church la built on th library plan
and eonetructed of red pressed brick and
atlfrictal aton. All of th window ar
tha richly Oeslxned art aiaaa windows.
The furniur and Interior furnishings
a rof tha vary flnaat Th building haa
I & aullnr ranarllw nf AflA a rA niMat.
tha main auditorium, galleries and Ep-
worth leagu room. Bealde thla there I
a basement modernly arranged with
kitchen, dining room and reat room.
Tha dedication sermon waa preached
by Rev. J J W. linbrse, superintendent
of tha Tecum sen, district, and In tha
evening Chancellor Fulmar of Nebraska
Wesley an university delivered an addrea
on "Education and Environment."
Roy. P. Van Fleet, who wag ao largely
Instrumental tn securing; th neV "building
for Elmwood. ' baa a very distinctive
record a a builder of Methodist churches
ta thla part of Nebraska. Following are
th town In which ther ar building
that he haa helped either In dedicating
or building: Emanuel church. Lincoln;
Cnadllla. Graf. Murdoch. Syracuse, Ne
braska City, Auburn, Table Rock and
Elmwood. In th majority of these case
h bss contributed In a financial way.
Bant room quick with a Bee Want Ad.
Patrwaa' Day at Oxford.
OXFORD. Neb., May a -CSpeclal.) Ox
ford schools held a Patrons' day Friday.
An exhibit of work from all the cradea
had been arranged In the aaaemhly room.
In th afternoor. ther were folk danoea,
a Maypole dance, a wand drill and a gun
drill, and varloua races. The fifth and
sixth grade, "Mlaa Clara Clarins, teacher.
won th pennant.
TO HEAL SICK
SKINS AT ONCE
Tou don't have to WONDER If Real-
not Ointment I doing you good. Tou
KNOW it la. beca.ua th first applica
tion stops th Itching and your tortured
kin feel cool and comfortable at laat
Why don't YOU try thla easy Real no!
way to heal ecgema or aimllar skin
eruption? Restno! rltara away plmpiea,
too, and I a valuabl household remedy
for outs, sores, bursa, chafing s. etc It
haa baaa prescribed by doctor for X
rear aad eun talus nothing that could
Irrltata or Injur th taodereat akin.
Bold by all druggiata.
OOOD WAT TO KXAMTOO
ehampoo with Realnol Soap, rubbing
It lather thoroughly Into th scalp, a
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