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Bloomington Evening World (Newspaper) - February 16, 1916, Bloomington, Indiana iiiiiÄ «m ■ithe old neuableíROYALBAKING POWDER Abmaiuíefy ÊHtro mmoe nom obcñm orrjurrmr WOUD aSHBT rOBD TO BUOX PBBP43UED]nS8 M0n WITH AD CAMPAIGN Detroit, Feb. 16.—It was umoanced tonight that Heniy Ford is prepuingrl^^jj^ to laun^ a newspaper and magazine against the program of hufe naval and military expenditures now before con< ' ■ 1. » I . • ' i } MPf|0C The Uifdies of the. Catholic Church wiU give: ,Cliick,6i^ We Simper at K, of C. HUl. awth Walnat atxeet. Wed-juesday evening, from 5 to 7 p. m. cordfolly Invito. M^na country wide campaign of thicken We. cream potatoes, gmvy. nH advertising baked being, hot buttered rolls, nilish (OfKBEee. iMtvlte. 356. ISSUES 15,000 PASSES The Monon railroad has just completed its distribution of annual pass- HIGH CLASS BARBER SHOP. Three real barbers, hoi and cold es to its employes. Few railroads of the country favor their employes to the same extent as does the Monon in this respect. One of the very gratifying features of the distribution is that the officials have never found a case where the annual transportation priv It was said Mr. Ford intends soon to carry out his. announ^d'intention to.devote millions,of doUan to án edu-catipnal campaign against war and preparedness, which he declares to be the flrst step, towards act^iú war None of the details of the plan could be obtained tonight except that Mr, Ford had been considering the can^ign for some time and that "aH the people of the oruntry would f)e reached by It", ejlly. pie, tea. Children 25a . J n f ■ J .U'l nlP . . I » Political AnnoiiaoaiwBti I ner block, aouth College Avenue. FOR RENT—4 room cottage. I^hts and water in house on 1st and Roger; street. Phone 1226. POR RENT—8 room boarding house In two blocks of university. 18 to 20 regular boarders go with house. See W. A. Hazel. FOR Si^LE—HousehoId goods. Phone or caU at east Third and High laod Avenue. FOR SALE—One Cypress Incubator, IW egg size. Good as new. Mrs. J. A McCrackeu, phone 486-X. baths and best porter in the state at y^ge ^aß i,een abuped by employes or the MUt HaU Barber shop. Hotel Tour-; ^j^es of employes. The annual pass system is based on the number of years of service. Employes who have been in the service of the company five years receive an annual pass for themselves and to those who have seen ten years <rf service or more separate passes are given to their wives also. The accompanying list gives an iilea of the number of passes issued up to yesterday, these being exclusive of officials: Section foreman, 109; wives of section foremen, 105; bridge foremen, 5; wives of bridge foremen, 4; paint foreman, 1; wife of paint foreman, 1; signal foreman, 3; wives of signal foremen, 3. At the Monon shops at Lafayette 225 annual passes were given and at outside points 95 annuals to the wives of shop employes and on the line out side of Lafayette 65 annuals to employes and the same number to their wives. All of these men are engaged on repairs of cars at Lafayette and Bloomington and at other points on the line, «'M HÜ^i To conductors, 90 annuals have been issued and to wives of conductors 84 annuals: to brakemen 121 annuals and to wives of brakemen, 75; to switchmen, 64 annuals and to wives of switchmen 44 annuals; to engiiie^r.s 86 annuals and to wives of engineers 76 ; to firemen 76 annuals and to wives of firemen 15 annuals. The sn^ll allotment to firemen's wives is accounted for by the fact that the Monon firemen, as a rule, do not Are to exceed four years before promotion. FOR SALE—Single Comb land Red cockerels. Mrs. Cracken, phone 486-X. Rhode Is-J. A. Mc- LOST—Gold watch and chain key attached. Call main 1222. with "FOR SALE WISCONSIN FARM LANDS" —^Landology. a magazine giving the facts In regard to the land situation. Three months trial subscription FREE If for a home, or as an investment you are thinking of buying good farm land, «Imply ^rite me a letter marking it personal and say "Mail me Landol-ogy" and all the particulars free. Address Lloyd M. Skinner, General Man-Ager. Skidmoro Land Co , 123 Skid-more Bldg., Mtrienette, Wis, $17,768 PAID OUT ^ m OOMPEiniATIONS Indianapolis, February of the resulta of the oper«tloa of the workmen's compensation tew were disclosed today througb the report of the state Industrial commission on its work for the first four months of .its existence. During that time, |17, 752.44 has been paid by employers to employes who have returned to work. To employes who are still disabled, $20,320.18 has been paid. One thousand five hundred «oiu eighty-two accidents claims have be«!i settled by agreement. Of this num her 992 cases have been closed and 592 claimants are receiving compensation: Fifteen death claims have been settled through agreement anti thirty-one cases are open for adjustment. In only six cases did the boart' find no liability existing. The report states that 24 per cent of those receiving compensation received $5.50 a week; 25 per cent received from $6 to $7 a we^ and only 3 per cent, received the maximum of $13.20 a week. Most of the persons injured are between 17 and SO ai;d twenty-one are more than 70. > majority of those injured received from 110 to $20 a week. Most of the accident occurred in the iron and steel trades and in the mining industry. The fee for jumouiioeiiwaCa for «11 county offices is $6 strictly ta «dTUice. TudlctaU RepreseiitatlT« «sd Congreui-.«nal annoaaoements âr» |10 Ib »4-vanoe. FOR CONGflE88 I will be a candidate tor CoBflress on the Demoeratie ticket, subject to the primary, March 7th. WM. A. CULLOP. POR JOINT^ENATOR I Will is a candldatft for the aoml-natfoQ of JpSMt Senior of MoBip% Johnson and Browa CMattos. ««bjaet to the Democratic primarr. THOMAS DOJUIELU Greenwood, Ind., JoIibmii CoiiBty. FOR JOINT REPRE8ENTATIVB I will be a candidate for Joint Rep> resentctive of Monroe and Brown Counties, subject to the Democratic primaries. WILLIAM L. COFFSnr. —Eat at the Dixie Restaurant, l?fS south College Avenue. Will Sm'th, Prop. FARM TO TRADE Sixty-six acres 6 1-2 miles west, on White Hall Pike; 4 room house, good smoke house and cellar; bank bam, two good chicken houses, fine ordiard of 2 or 3 acres, fenced with high chicken proof fence. Farm is pretty well set in grass. Value $2600 with $600 of 6 per cent money against it Owner wants to trade for Bloomington pro> perty of equal value. Phone 1249W after 6:00 p.m. The company has issued to agents and operators 85 annuals and to the wives of these 76 annuals. This makes a total distribution, independent of cfficials. of 1,503. President Kurrie cannot be too highly complimented for the liberality he has shown faithful employes. In addition to the above the company is equally as courteous in the granting of trip passes to all employes who show an interest in their services to the Monon. IP YOU Want a cook. Want a clerk. Want a situation, Wane a servant girl. Want to sell a piano, Vn'i<• )'•> n carriage, VVaiU 10 .sen town property. Want to sell your proceries, Want to sell your hardware, Want to sell your millinery goods. Want customers for anything.Advertise in Tiie World Advertising, the highway to succees. Advertising brings new custpmers Advertising keeps the old ones Advertising WiU Insure success Advertising shows energy Advertising shows pluck Advertising is "bia," Advertise or bust Advertise long Advertise well I ADVER T IS E At onc-e. CapfTishtlMtbr R. J. 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Get yours out, for your oonfidence never will be abus^l / We tell you Prince Altipirt set pipe free the teoderest tongue I And smoked in a makin's cigarette, Prince Albeft is so refie^ing and ddight^ that it gives you a new idea of dgafetteha{3pine8& Any way you fire-up Prince Albert it will win you qi^k as a flashr-ifs so good andso fiiend^ t Re Je REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO^ Tu^Mm. N. C FOR PII08ECUTIN0 ATTORNEY I will be a <»ndi€ato for the nomtn» tion of proseeatln? atttnney of the tenth judicial district of llOQToe and Owen coimtle« before the next Daico' crattc conrention or primary. ROT D. BUCKLET. FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY I wKI be a candidate for the nom* Inatloa of Prosecntor of the Tenth Judicial Circuit subject to the Demo cratic i rfmary. HUBERT HICKAM. POR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY I will be a candidate for the nomination of Prosecuting Attorney of the Tenth Judicial Circuit, subject to the Democratic primary. FRANK J. DUNN. mauMAimmsaY FOR SHERIFF I will be a candidate for the nomina* tion of Sheriff of Monroe County >>9-fore the nect Democratic oooTentlon or primae. CHARLES STEVENS- FOR SHERIFF I will be a candidate for Che nom-nation of Sheriff of Monroe County efore the next Democratic primary. CHARLES ROUTTE. FOR SHERIFF I will be a candidate for the nomination for Sheriff of Monroe County, subject to the Democratic county primary. OSCAR JOHNSON. FOR SHERIFF t will be a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the coming Democratic primary. ARTHUR PARKS. POR SHERIFF I will be a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Monroe County, rabject to the decision of the Demomtic primary. C. C. HAFUCH. After being away from the university on a leaye of ^O^ce while he lectured on labor problem M^e Un^ versity of Michigan, Dy! ^o^ Stock ton has retimied to the uQiyevsity. Dr. Stockton is offering a jiew course in the university this semester called "Labor Orgsuiization.? r General, labor problems will be taken up wi^ special emphasis upon the study of labor unions. Prof. Charles W. Snow of Rockland, department to take the place of Dr. Me., has beei^, wle^ed^by the Bnglisn Robert Withlngton, who mraa granted a leave of obfe|i<$ ultll Avgust to enter the Belgian relief work. Among the out-of-tawn guests who attended the formal dance given by the Delto Zeta Sorority at its chapter house Saturday\night were Will K. Penrod and wife. Shoals; Martha Louise Raiteback. GaroUne Feager. Edna Sewim, Ruth MoKÌnney» Marie CHara, Marguerite Dunn, Katiierine O'Connor, Belle Mowry and Haeel Cooper. Indispone ; Marvin Tharpe, Lafayette; Marie Lagenback and Harriet KInser, Terre Haute; Mary Rems-burg, Kentland; Miriam Mason, Martinsville; Charlotte Wheeler, Crown Point and Ellssabeth .Guernsey, Colum-bua. Claude M. Swlnney, '15, has accepted a position In the efficiency department of the Stiby Shoe Manufoctur-ing Company and has resigned hih position in the library here. Among members of the Kappa Kappa Sorority who were at Indianapolis Saturday night to attend the annual dance «nd state dinner of the sorority were Misses Jeanette Miller, Mildred Kuhn, Anne Koch, Charlotte Wagner, Mary Sweet, Ethel Dumo, Myla Thom-burg, Marion Grimes, Paye Harris, Florence Dye, Anna Mary Dye, Lucy Shattuck and Katherine Brown. Alpha Tau Omega has announced the following pledges: Howard Meek. Centerville; Louis Adams, Indianapolis and Harley N. Eddington, I.lnton. Dr. Amos S. Hershey, head of the department of international law, addressed members of the International Polity Club Monday night on "Neutrality and International Law." Ralph Hastings, '16, has been fshosen president of the university T. M. C. A. for the present semester,, succeeding Adrian F(»«tnnon, who has finished his graduation requirements and who will not be In school tìie remainder of the year. Last semester Hastings was first vice president The vice president's chair probably will remain vacant until the next regular election. C. H. Brodhecker, '18, has been selected to teach in the Bloomington High School. The school board of Bloomington has recently purdiased complete printing outfit and it will be used to get out '^e Optiniist," the high school magazine. - - M At The Union Tonight WANTED—-Dish washer at Coyles' Busy Bee. Apply in person. FOR TREASURER I will be a candidate for the nomination of Treasurer of Monroe County, subject to the eomlng Demoeratie primary. JOSEPH D. HENSLinr. FOR AUDITOR I will be a candidate lor the nomination of Aiiditor of Monroe County lab-ject to the Demoeratie Cbunty prl-Tbary. WILL C. BiJST. FOR AUDITOR t will be a candidate for Auditor subject to the Democratic, primary. BRINT EASTON. COMMISSIONER, 3rd DISTRICT I will be a candidate for the nomln»> tion of Commissioner of the 8rd dl» trict, subject to the Democratic primary. SILAS WISELY. COMMISSIONER, 8rd DISTRICT I will be a candidate for the office of county commissioner from the Third District subject to the decision of the Democratic primary election. A. HOMER JOHNSTON. FOR CORONER The friends of Lyman Fulk Insist that he^be a candidate for Coroner on the Democratic tlcXet FOR CORONER I will be « candidate for the office of coroner of Monroe Covn^ subject to the Demoeratie primai^. H. R. BARROW. I will be a candidate for the offl-m of Coror.or of Mfaroe Govnty, subieot to the Demoeratie primary. LYMAN FULK. WANTED^To rent modern funilBhed apartments of Uiree or more rooms b; a man conneeteU with the university. Address it. Care Dally Wotld, but do not ^ne this offide. rabvBillMM ntai » tiifl« oC Tft« or .li«irt tMr wtn a •p«0a) tevor by ealUDf tft« «f- Host NOTZOE TO CONTRACTORS Notice is hereby given by order of the Common Council of the City of Bloomington, Indiana, that sealed bids will be received by said Common Council at a session to be held at its chambers in said city on Tuesday evening, March 7, 1916, at 7:30 p.m., for the improvement of south Davidson street from the south property line of Third street to north property line of smith Aventie in accordance with plans and specifications now on file in the office of city clerk of said city. All bidders for the construction of said improvement to be required to deposit with the city clerk a certified check to the amount of $100 payable to said city for the execution of contract and bond in a sum equal to 50 per cent of the bid therefor for the construction of said improvement as provided by law, within 10 days from the date of siich letting, in case said contract is awarftded to such bidder on his bid. The Common Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Witness my hand and seal this 16th day of February, 1916. HORACE BLAKELY, Clerk of City of Bloomington, Indiana. Feb. 16, S3. HOW TO OBTAIN STRENGTH The great factor that retards recovery after sickness is that weakened devitalized (>onditi(m, and it will interest our readeis to know that our local druggists, the Wiles Drug Co., have a reliable, nen-secret strength creator called Yinol, whi<^ contains iron for the blood, the curative medicinal extractives of fresh cod livers and the nourishing properties of beef peptone, all combined In a ddlclous native wine. For weak, nm-down conditions and to regain strength after sickness, there, is nothing better. THEORIQIMAL MALTED MILK tin WeeMAtMmr All Agttl Mom hedthitfl than Tea or Coffee. Agracs with die weifcettMigcslion. DeUekxff» InWeofAttec »«tritiooik ^t - 'SsBÍMtoá Mary Piclcferd, Feaiovs Phyert-Parattoiic Stiß ^ FOR SALE—One acre or 4 lots, 5 1» ^Sfil*! AUS' University, has street ■ IwU^Iq^ ^gg^ j^jj^ south and alley on e-^-t SOME PEOPLE FAIL TO REALIZE THE SERIOUSNESS OF A BAD BACK. and north. Price $600. Inquirí) P. O. Box 56, City. The constant aching of a bad back, The weariness, the tired feeling. The pains and aches of kidney ills May result strioiisly if neglected. Dangerous urinary troubles often follow. A Bloomington citizen shows you what to do. Albert Bell, machinist. Walnut Grove, Bloomington, says: "My back was lame and and I was subject to sharp pains whenever I lifted anything or bent over. My kidneys acted too often and fae kidney secretions were very scanty and burned in passage. I had tried every medicine, but Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at Bryant's Drug Store, were the first to straighten me up. If I am ever troubled that way again I shall use Doan's Kidney Pills, as I know that they will do good work." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy—getj Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that; Mr. Bell had. Foster-Milbum Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. How Two Men Cured W Jf^ I o. a "Last r/intor 1 rible coM arui a writes E. C. iUii. "When getting'- vv had a hackir r c^ months cou.cl :7c I began tn.vii.iT Tar and soon I cough and cold turned." F. G. Pre\v;. "Dcd: "After it left me wit 11 a I tried evcTj >. sr. ' and got .«o thin, ic 3 I would nover r< t Foley's Hon' / " two bottles ti and back t' ^ ' ' Foley's H< ii' " i. a healing' fiivuly re) fails to reJie oo^ whooping' i.i throat, tisiit aa-l no ed tickling tiiJ'uat coughs. A'iTi 7 0'Harrow Drug Store. Are You Slipping? Lack Workaday Energy? These conditions indicate tinder-notirished bodies. It is a very simple matter to overcome such conditions. The most essential thing is to get a properly balanced food. HEMO is such a food—a palatable Malted Food of great nutritive force. No drugs about HEMO. Just a plain food that supplies those elements that you do not get With your every day food, but which are very essentia] to the building of well-rounded bodies. Makes a delicious food drink by simply adding water. We suggest that you try i 50c package with our guarantee of satisfaction. Wot Sale by mes Drug Co. •BADJREATH Or. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get at the Cause and Remove it Dr. Edwards' OliA'e Tablets, the pbsti-^ tute for calomel, act gently on the bowels and positively do the wurk. People afflicted with bad breath .md quick relief throntrh Dr. Kchv-ir.h;' OUva i Tablets. The i)lcai^ant, s^ii-at'-i-oiit.'- tab-! lets are taken for bad buath b:>- all who know them. , ! Dr. Edwards' Olivo Tablets u.-t srentlv : but firmly on the bo-^voL-i and liver, stimu-i lating them to natural action, cirvinni; tao I blood and gently purityinsi tue entvr-j fys- I ^^They do that which dans^orous oalc-I mel does without an>- of the bud after t effects. ^ . , . . All the benefits of na.^ty, sickenmsr, ' griping cathartics are derived from Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets v.'ithoui friping'. 1 pain or disagi-eeabU« effects of any kind. I Dr. F. M. Edwardt! di^novered th.e formula after seventeen ye.irs of p.ac iice among patients ;;fflicted with bov.ol "ttd liver complaint with the attenduiit bad breath. Dr. Edwards' Olive- 'i'ablets are pnreiV a vegetable compound mix'vl with olivo oil; you will know them l»y tiioir olive t.olor. Take one or two every nitilit for a week and note the eflfcct. lOc and 2ac per box. ' All druggists. «i The OUve Tablet Campany, Coluiiibus. Q, LÜ. i IN the logging camps, on the farms» in the mining districts—everywhere you will see hard working men wearing sturdy water-proof Hub-Mark Shoes. Worn over heavy socks they give periFect protectM>n agiinst wet and cold. Hub-Mark Rubbw Footwear U made in a wide variety of kinds and style« te cover the stermy weather needs of men» women» beys and girls in town «r country. The Hub-MMk ia yeur value mark. HUB41ARI^UBBERS TlwWwIJ« Standard Rubbar FeotwMr Rhorer Bros. Shoe Pryor Store. îêm ;
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