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THE STATE CA PITAL
MATTERS OF INTERC8T TO ALL
A TUBERCULOSIS EXHIBITION
To be Seen In Omaha Early In Octo
ber, Managed by Walter E. Cas
per, and to Bo Free.
There will bo hooii In Omnha during
tho early part of October one of tlvj
traveling exhibits of the Natlonnl As
sociation of tho Study and Prevention
of Tuberculosis. This exhibit Is Quito
free to tho public and will be manured
by Mr. Walter L. Cospor of New York,
representing tho National Association.
A committee of fifty Interested people
in Omaha are the patrons of this en
terprise, working In a public spirited
way to secure for it the Interest and
patronage which such a movement
An understanding of tho Rcope and
purpose of this exhibit may be gained
from tho following notice taken fmni
n Peoria, 111., paper, from which
placo Mr. Casper comes to Omahn.
"Beginning at tho beginning the ex
hibit shows tho conditions which lmvo
mndo the campaign necessary; charts
showing Xray photographs of diseased
lungs, pltcrus pictures of little chil
dren bent and warped with the tor
riblo scourge, n replica of a tenement
houso bedroom, n dark loathsome
placo with Its soiled, untidy bed, guilt
less of sheets, Its filthy lloor and the
square opening Into a dark shaft,
called by courtesy a window. Heart
breaking things to see, but all every
day sights to those who aro fighting
tho grim plaguo in tho big cities.
In cheering contrast to these is tho
other part of the exhibit, showing the
intelligent and successful effort now
being made to stamp out tuberculosis
an effort which tho whole country
is sharing with an Interest and energy
which promlso the best for tho fu
ture. First aro the models for tho
tents In which patients now live a
wholesome out-door life. For it is not
with drugs that science Is fighting this
horrlblo foo of humanity, but with
fresh air Its healing nnd curntlvo
properties being rolled upon alone to
restore those infected witli the plaguo
to health and strength.
Then there nro the sleeping bags
great warm fleece-lined bags of cloth
fastened so that the patient may creep
inside nnd sleep there under the
nlght'H cold canopy as warmly as in
his own bed at homo. There aro many
utensils whoso use and significance
only the Initiated can grasp. Then
there nro tho photographs, hundreds
of them, telling more plainly than
words what is being tlonp in preven
tive and euro of tuberculosis. One in
teresting series shows an open-air
school for small children; interiors
aro seen In which tho little ones are
sitting, cloaked, capped and wrapped
with every window and door thrown
open to show thn snow-clad land
scape without." Further features of
the exhibit are tho signs for convey
ances nnd public places setting forth
warnings nnd recommendations In
sevornl languages. It Is to bo hoped
that Omuha Is not the only place in
Nebraska where tills splendid exhibit
may bo shown. Information concern
ing It will bo gladly given by the state
secretary of tuberculosis, 408 City
No Liquor In Hotel Rooms.
"That a saloonkeeper, although lo
cated in a room connected with a ho
tel, has no legal right or authority to
deliver and collect for Intoxicating
liquors to guests or any other persons
in other rooms In such hotel, but such
guest, If ho desires liquor, must pur
chaso and receive the same nt the bar.
Sales mndo by a licensed saloonkeeper
nt any placo other than the room des
ignated in his license is illegal and
renders him liable to criminal prose
cution nnd n revocation of bin li
cense." Tho abovo Is the closing paragraph
of City Attorney John M. Stewart's
opinion, handed down regarding tho
legal phaso of tho agitation to stop
the sale and delivery of liquors to
other rooms in hotels thnn tho bar
rooms; which agitation was started
nt tho last meeting of the excise board
in n resolution, submitted by Excise
man Powell, and taken under advise
ment by tho board.
Appropriations on Hand.
Of tho appropriations mado by tho
legislature of 1905 against tho gener
al fund, there was on hand unexpend
ed November 30, 1900, n total of $715,
0G8.H8. Subsequent to that dato war
rants wero drawn to tho amount of
.,001,730.45. As the appropriation of
1905 lapsed August, 1908. tho biennial
report of Auditor E. M. Senile, jr., will
show that on August 30, 1908, a total
of flll.228,93 had lapsed Into the stnto
Briefs In Stock Yard Case.
Both tho Burlington and Union Pa
cific railroads have filed briefs In tho
case whoioln tho stock yards of South
Omaha Is trying to secure permission
from tho railway commission to in
crease tho switching charges. It ap
pears theso charges heretofore have
beon absorbed by tho railroads over
which llvo Btock has beon shipped.
The railroads contend tho commission
hns no authority to compel them to
nbfaorb tho switching charges if thoy
bo lncreasod, and tho Increnso there
fore will bo paid by the shippers.
Those Selected In tho Primaries to
Entor the Contest.
M 1. Iteptiblfean. O. K. Cook. B. II. Dole
Jnck, a. E. Ward: democrat, Ralph A,
Unrk, Henry aerOe-i, Otto Kotouc.
2. Ilcpubtlcnn. A. . Hnrclnv, W. B.
Hnper: democrat. John K. lfcnnlnger,
3. Hoiuilillciin, J. .Nt. Armstrong, John
Hoyd; democrat. Fred Hector, B. T.
4. Itcptibllcitn, J. O. O'Conncll; demo
ernt, John If. ljillckcr.
5. Ke:iilllcnn. Theodora Smith; deino
eint, ClmrloK W. Pool.
6. Ilcpuhllcun, Huns Larson, -C. W.
Stnlilhut; democrat, acorjio W. I.eltllijli,
K, J. Stedniun.
7. IlepuMlcnn, Charles 1J. Novo. P.
Smith: democrat, John 1. Btuttlcr. O. W.
H. Itepiilillcnn, M. T. Harrison; demo
crat, M. A. Hut p.m.
9. Hi'im l1 lorn, J. M, Khvell; demo
crnt. Howard Whitney.
10. Itculllcun, FA. Lecdnr, Joseph
Koutsky, F. H. Tucker. W. F. Wapplch.
y. C. Burned. A. 11. Ilnrvev, F. C. Boat,
If. A. Foster, If. A. Stone; democrat,
I. a It. Ilolntul. William Butt, .1. V.
Connolly. H. H. llolrwep, Jeremluli Unw
ind. J. F. Krmiii. W. H. Shoemaker, W.
V Stoeeker. W. 1'. Thomas.
11. Republican, Miulu Mortcnsm; demo,
crat. H. I). Sclinnltgcr.
12. Republican, Ncls Johnson ; demo
crat. W. H Baiun.
1.1. Itcuulillrau, B, F. drlfnn; democint,
11. Hepnbllean, J. If. Ktiowlen, W. M.
Smith; democrat. W. J. MeVlekcr, Flunk
15. Republican, f Y. Thompson; demo
crat, Charles draff.
16. Republican. J. W. Hnzplgrovc; dem
ocrat, l), c. Ilcrferimui.
17. Republican. John It. Morris; demo
cint. Adam l'll;er.
IS. Republican, S. S.ibcrson; democrat,
U. J. McPotmlil.
19. Republican, W. F. Schwerln; dem
ocrat, John Kuhl,
20. Republican. Thomas N. Oalbrelth:
democrat. J. M. Talcott.
21. Republican, (.1. W. Knunon; demo
crat, W. J. Armstrong,
22. Republican, A. A. Smith; demo
crat, 1. S. ByKland.
2H. Republican, George N. Beels; dem
ocrat, Lew J. Youmr.
21. Republican. W. S. Evans; demo
crat. James (Irelg.
2.V Republican, John SwHtison; demo
crat, John If. Weems.
26. Republican, W. A. Ilothsaek; demo
crat. II. I', lluhmim.
27. Republican. F. U Hadscll, M. H.
Hancock; democrat, Tremnor Cone,
28. Republican, C. C. Fulmer. John Tal
bot; democrat, Joseph Dostnl, Joseph
2!. Republican, F. A. Matsh, John P.
Stolz; democrat, C. A. Ritchie. Henry
30. Repubtlenn. Cyrus Black, K. W.
Brown, W. J. Blvstone, L. C. Fosh, W. A.
(men; democrat, II. K. Bishop, C. K.
Otoves; F. II, Humphrey, Charles Knnpp,
V. C. Not ton.
31. Republican, Henrv Allpress, Wlll
I'ltn James; democrat, John Chub, J. It.
32. Republican, B. II. BeRole, P. J.
KHIen, C. J. MeColl: democrot, Lester
Kurtz. L. F. Heller. John Gerdes.
33. Republican, V. O. Ellis; democrat,
34. Hepubllcnn, A. V. 1'easo; democrat,
35. Democrat, William Grueber.
36. Republican, John P. Thlessen; dem
ocrat. XVter Gill.
37. Republican. F. O. Edgecombe-. Sam
uel LoKsdon; democrat, P. A. Murphy,
II. N. Swan.
38. Republican. D. W. Baker. A. B. Tny
lor; democrat, Charles W. Flick, K. K.
39. Republican. J. B. Buckley; demo
crat. Victor K. Wilson.
40. Republican, Georgo Beardsley;
democrat, J. G. Boelts.
41. Republican. B. L. Ahara, W. W
Fois; democrat. R. W. Boyd. L. J. Kvans.
42. Repiddlcan. D. M. Netletnn. A. .1.
Jenlson; democrat, J. 13. Btodcrick, Fred
43. Republican, J. Warren Kclfer, Jr.;
democrat. A. II. Bowman.
41. Republican. Dr. It. F. Unities; demo,
crat, F. II. Cetlack.
45. Republican. F. E. Crosier; demo
crat. Godfiev Maitl.
4C. Republlcnn. Krlck Johnson; demo
crat. It. O. Slater.
47. Republican, A. L. Scudder, E. O.
White; democrat, John W. Sink, F. S.
4S. Republleon. John G. Hnll; demo
crat. Soren M. Fries.
49. Republican. F. IT. Clough; demo
crat. John L. Fogarty.
50. Republican. H. A. Allen, W. W.
Bethen; democrat, IT. It. Henry, T. J.
51. Republican, E. P. Sktllmnn; demo
crat, B. ,S. Harlnstou.
52. Republican. II. M. Duvnll; demo
crat. John F. Carr.
53. ReDubllcnn, C. II. Chase; demo
crat. F. W. Johansen.
54. Republican. B. Iv. Bushcc; democrat,
55. Republican, Pcler Mortensen; dem
ocrat, S. J. Botts.
5ti. Republican, J. A. Amsbcrry. A. L.
Mathews; democrat, W. J. Taylor. E.
57. Democrat. E. A. Brown.
58. Republican, a. AV. Barrett; demo
crat. Peter Wink. A. A. Hlnvn.
59. Republican. W. G. Anderson; demo,
crat. II. T. Worthing.
fiO. Republican, J. A. Slater; democrat,
J. D. England.
01. Republican, A. n. Peck; democrnt,
L. It. Eastman,
62. Republican. R. A. Dnnskln; demo
crat, Joseph Snyder.
0.1. Republican, E. W. Roberts; demo
crat. P. C. Funk.
61. Republican. N, A. Pettygrovo; dcm.
ocrat, J. W. Kelly.
65. Republican, Frank Mom; democrat,
J. W. Hoppe.
66. Republican. L. O. Richardson;
Democrat. Dr. E. S. Base.
67. Republican, W. IT. Smith; demo
crat, W. '.. Taylor.
Governor Sheldon has appointed tho
following delegates to represent Ne
braska at the transmlsslppl congress
which is to convene at San Francisco,
October G: ,T.M. Guild, Omaha; W.
S. Whltten, Lincoln; H. T. Clarke, sr.,
Omahn; I. U Dormond, Heaver Cross
ing; L. P. Towers, Boatrlce; E1. L.
Miller, Ileatrico; James Henderson,
Cential City; J. E. Miller, Seward; J.
P. Ilnnson, Fromont; C. II. Gregg,
Kearney; S, M. Wolbnch, Grand Is
lnnd; David Andersonr South Omaha;
A. H. Ilroko, Hastings; C. J. Miles,
Hastings, O. A. Mlllett, Van, nnnner
county; J. R. Vantlosklrk, Newport.
The Gorman Evangelical Lutheran
synod, in session at Glcnvillo, voted to
establish a German theological school
at Lincoln. A committee composed or
Rovs. Wupper of Hooper, Michelmnnn
of Grand Islnnd and Ueigcr of Fon
tanello was selocted to choose and
purchase u slto for the now school..
Express Company Gains Point.
Ralph fircckenridgo, as attorney for
tho express companies In tho Injunc
tion suit brought by tho attorney gen
eral to onforco tho Sibley act, gained
a point last week before Refereo Sul
livan by obtaining nn admission from
L. K. Wotting, witness for tho state,
that his deductions wero partly orron
eons and would hnvo to bo .revised.
Wottllng's tabulation of revonues and
expenses of tho business of tho Wells
Fargo Express company was based ont
testimony tnkon In New York City In
a similar suit in tho federal court.
WIFE OF THE NEW JAPANESE AMBASSADOR
v vV jK Wl7
CojTtlgbt ty Wldon 1'awcctt
Baroness Tnkahlra, the beautiful and accomplished wife of Japan's ambas
scdor to the United States, likes America and the diplomatic life at Wash,
SISTERS ARE BRAVE.
TWO SOUTHERN GIRLS MAY RE
Julia Bolton, Aged 12, Saves Drowning
Companion, While Etta, Age 14,
Saves Mail Sack When Tossed
Into Stream. .
Memphis, Tenn. For their remark
able acts of bravery, Carnegie hero
medals will probably bo awarded to
Misses Julia and Etta Uolton, aged 12
and 14 years respectively, daughters
of H. H. Bolton. They lived near Hat
tlcsburg, having removed recently
Etta and Julia, with Miss Stella Fire
land, 17 years old, and Miss M. Extclu
wont swimming In Purvis creek, not
far from the Rolton home.v Miss lire
land suddenly lost control of her limbs
and sank. As sho went down tho sec
ond time Miss Exteln cried: "Stella
Julia Uolton dived just as Miss Bre
land sank for the third time, and
caught tho drowning girl by her left
foot. After n despernto struggle sho
pulled her friend to tho bnnk, whoro
the other girls helped get her out of
the water. Miss Breland was uncon
scious. Julia Bolton was thoroughly
exhausted. Both were taken to tho
Bolton home, where thoy wero soon
Joined by tho father of Miss Breland.
Ettn Bolton was a free rural mall
carrier in Alabama when sho brought
fame upon herself. Sho was driving
hor mall wagon across n swollen
stream over a rlckoty bridge. Tho
structure gave way and tho girl, .horse,
wagon and contents were pitched into
tho turbulent waters.
Miss Bolton swnm out, then plunged
again Into tho torrent, nnd though tho
current was sweeping her down
stream, sho removed tho harness from
tho horse, gnthered tho sacks and
pouch under ono arm, and, guiding her
horse with tho other, struggled to tho
shore. She- reported to tho post office
Word of tho girl's heroism, whon re
ceived at Washington, elicited tho fol
"Miss Etta Bolton, Carrier on R. P.
D. Route 1, Mobile, Ala.: Receipt Is
acknowledged of your letter of tho
16th ultimo, reporting tho finding of
tho letter box keys lost by you during
tho recent washout on Bolton's creek.
"Your courage, prcsenco of mind and
regard for the safotyof tho mail in tho
fnco of tho great dangor which con
fronted you have tho comnicndatlon of
tho department. Very respectfully,
"C. A. CONItAD,
"Acting Fourth Assistant Postmustcr
When President Roosevelt's atten
tion was called by a. Hattlesburg resi
dent to the heroism of Julia Bolton In
rescuing hor drowning companion, tho
citizen recoivod tho following letter:
"Tho White Houso, Washington.
Device Proves Great Aid to Navigating
River In Alaska.
Dawson. Tho steamer Sarah, which
has arrived hero from St. Michaels, is
perhaps tho first stern-wheel steamor
in tho world to hnvo a wireless equip
ment. Tho big packet, which piles be
tweon hero and St. Michaels, has
found thnt tho apparatus Is of lm
menso aid not only to horsolf, but tho
other vessels on tho river.
Sho wns hi communication with tho
wlrolcss Btatlon at Clrclo City boforo
arriving nnd nfter leaving that Btatlon.
Tto Clrclo City station Is at tho head
of tho Yukon flats, whor tho river
gets very shallow In summer time, and
information wns sont from tho station
about shoals and bars which had been
Tho government telegraph lino runs'
on tho banks of tho Yukon river for
eoveral hundred miles, but not whoro
.. -t: .f
My Dear Sir: Your letter of tho 18th
Instant, with inclosed clipping, has
been received. In reply, I would sug
gest that you communicate with Mr. F.
M. Wllmot, sccrctnry of tho Camoglo
Hero Fund, Pittsburg, Pa., sotting
forth tho facts In the case to which
you refer. Yours very truly,
"Actlim .Secretary to tho President."
Since then custodians of tho Car
neglo Hero Fund hnvo been communi
cated with In regard to giving each of
tho Bolton sisters a hero medal. Tho
matter is now under consideration.
OXFORD GRADUATE BEGS JOB.
Lieutenant In Boer War, Hungry,
Wants to Wash Dishes.
Cincinnati. "Sec. I have just 15
cents ono dime nnd n nickel. Sat
urday night my room rent Is due. I
haven't a friend In tho city, sir, and I
want work work of any kind, sir.
Washing dishes would do, for 1
haven't eaten a substantial meul in
This was said to Mayor Markbrelt
tho otbor day by a tall, gentlemanly
young mnn, smooth shaven, wearing
a fancy waistcoat, neat clothing
everything betokening a prosperous
man, rather than ono on tho rond to
"Lnmbnrt Is my name, sir; Charles
E. Klelcoursio-Lambart, Oxford gradu
ate, lieutenant In her majesty's sorv
ico during tho Boer war, cousin of tho
carl of Cavan, nnd but we'll lot that
pass. I'm not looking for charity;
Whnt I want Is work."
Tho mayor w'll try to find him em
ployment. Ho told tho mayor that
ho was best man ut tho duko of Man
chester's wedding in 1900. Then ho
had $25,000, but horscB, wlno. nnd
women dissipated his fortune.
IS YOUNGEST OF FIREMEN.
Boy of Six Sleeps In Flrehouse and An
swers All Alarms.
Columbus, Ind. John Hendricks, six
years old, son of Cnpt. William Hen
dricks of tho local lire dopartmont, Is
probably tho youngest "fireman" in
Nothing dellghtB him moro thnn to
bo allowed to sleep at tho flrehouso
with his father, and whon ho has any
sparo time from seeing that tho horses
nro in Bhapo and tho wagons ready to
go out ho practices sliding down tho
polo which tho flromon uso whon thoy
aro on tho second floor of tho building
and nn alarm sounds.
Ono night John was sleeping with
his father at headquarters when tho
gong tapped. Ho was out of bed llko
a flash and yelled: "Come on, papa;
I'm the first man ready."
Ho slid down tho polo ahead of tho
members of tho department, scrambled
to u seat on tho hook and ladder
wagon, and went to tho fire.
It is of most aid to steamers. Tho
Sarah can now communicate with St.
Michaels by wireless after leaving
Knltag and with Circle City nfter leav
ing Rampart, or in going down strenm
after departing from Englo City.
Tho Sarah reports that Clrclo City
lias beon sending wlroloss messages
to Fairbanks for soveraHlays, but on
nccount of their receiving apparatus
could not got nny In return.
Plum Pudding Will Be Scarce.
Washington. Smyrna figs nnd
rnlslns'for tho Christmas plum pud
ding and fruit enko will probably bo
scat co uud high In price. Tho Syrians,
who mnko the boxes In which thoso
fruits nro sent to tills market, aro on
strike, so Consul-Gcneral Hnrrls re
ported to tho state dopartmont. Ho
Bald that tho crops aro almost ready
for packing but thoro Is no sign of a
cessation of the strlko.
LOVE FREES EXILE
SAMUEL LEFF'S THRILLING ES
CAPE FROM RUSSIA.
Fugitive Arrives Safe In New York
City, Thanks to Effort of Bravo
Woman Who Planned Daring
New York. "Tho cunning and vIr'.
Inuco of tho Russian soldiers who
guard tho prisoners In tho Siberian
inlnoa may bo H-karat, but thoy
couldn't outwit tho shrewdness of n
llttlo woman who aided me to escape
Imprisonment there a llttlo woman
who Is now my wife and will Join mo
Saniuol I .off, 21 years old, now stop
plug on East One Hundred and Third
street, thus started tho Btory of his
thrilling escape to n reporter.
"I was a student of chomlslry nnd
engineering In a college at Harnstow,"
ho said. "Nearly all tho students
there hail witnessed outrages commit
ted by tho czar's Cossacks. Jewish
women nnd children wero shot down In
the street. There was no thought of
liberty or oven of common humanity
among those soldiers, nnd many of us
harboied resentment against them.
"Ono day, when tho soldiers had
aimed their guiiH at a group of women
and children, I tiprang forward and
begged in God's namo that no idiots
bo fired. I was promptly arrested and
thrown Into a dirty hole which tho
olllclnls genlnlly called a 'coll.'
"Then I was sent to Siberia. That
was In 1900.
"Miss Mnry Rlttlngcr was accus
tomed to bring food to tho political
prisoners, of whom I was one. Mnry
and I fell in love. Tho guards did not
know thlB. Mnry was too shrowd for
them. Sho batched out a plot with n
studont friend of mine, also a prisoner,
whereby ono night we stealthily got
over tho wall of the prison nnd got
some distance nwny.
"Wo were caught that student
frlond nnd myself ami my frloud was
shot by iho guards. 1 was taken back
to prison and tortured. I will not at
tempt to describe how those soldiers
treated mo. Just look at me. I guess
that'll bo enough evidence."
The Bears and emaciated appearanco
of tho man seemed to bear out his
"Mnry and I wore marrlod JiiBt after
my first unsuccessful nttempt to gnln
liberty. Wo wero mnrrled quietly.
Sho also was arrested, and luckily sent
lo tho samo part of Siberia wheie the
Russians Bent me.
"Ono ilny wo were sont to pick wood
In a forest. Wo had horses to carry
tho wood. When tho guards wtro not
on tho alert wo lodo away on tho mil
malB nnd finally nrrlved at a town 300
miles distant, where we had friends.
"On that awful trip, through snow,
slush, water and mud, wo nenrly
starved. My wlfo and I had to go
without food. Wo reached Minsk,
whoro wo mot revolutionists who
heard our story and cared for us. Then
my "wlfo and I separated, sho taking
n different route, but bound for Now
York, whoro I also have frlonds. My
wlfo reached Austria, I learxed, after
an exciting ruBh across from Mlpsk.
"On tho boat which bora mo to this
country thoro wero two Russian spies,
I knew them. They Tuiow mo. But 1
nlso knew thnt under tho American
flag I was safe and hero I am."
LOST PIN ODDLY RECOVERED.
Fraternity Badge Travels Far In Old
Marlon, Ind. Earl R. Hunt of In
dlnnapolls, member of the 190G class
of Do Pauw university, lost a Sigma
Chi fraternity badgo while driving
from Greoncastlo to Cloverdale, In,
Putnnm county, two months ngo. The
pin hns just been found In tho "beat
ers" at tho Marlon paper mills.
Tho supposition is that the badgo,
which was sot with opals, waB gath
ered up In old, papers which wero
baled and shipped to tho Marlon paper
plant. Tho fraternity pin wns dis
posed of by tho man who found It to
n local Jeweler at a nominal price. Tho
pin wns. placed In tho show window,
whoro It wns soon dlBcovored by n
member of tho fraternity nnd Its
owner was identified by the nnmo nnd
chapter on tho back of tho pin,
MANY NEW TOWNS DISCOVERED.
Mexican Commission Locates 7,679
Not Known Of Before.
City of Mexico. Tho geographical,
commission appointed by tho govern-,
ment soven years ago to map all of
tho towns of tho country has Just
mado its report.
Tho commissioners mnko tho as
tounding statemont that they discov
ered 7,079 towns which wero not offi
cially known to exist nnd which havo
horetoforo had no federal control.
Many of theso towns nro of con
siderable size, ranging In population
from C.000 to 15,000 people. Most of
them aro situated In tho remote re
cossob of tho Sierra Madrc, far re
moved from ordinary courses of
Picked Trout from Bushes.
Buffalo Park, Col. A cloudburst
abovo this placo sont a flood down tho
canyon nnd cnusod Buffalo creek to
ovorflow. At Buffalo tho water ran
over tho banks nnd trout beenmo
stranded on tho land. A lnrgo number
of tho fish wero caught In low bushes,
nlong the river banks when tho wntor
receded, Thoy wero picked off vines
nnd caton by tho peoplo ho.ro nt the
ONE KIDNEY GONE
But Cured After Doctors Said Ther
Was No Hope.
Sylvnniis O. Vorrill, Mllford, Me.,
says: "Fivo years ngo n bad Injury
pnralyzod mo nnd
affected my kid
neys. My back hurt
tho urlrii was bad
ly discolored. Doc
tors said toy right
cnlly dead. Thoy
said I could never
walk again, I rend
of Doan's Kidney Pills nnd began us
ing them. Ono box made mo stronger
nnd freer from pain. I kept on using
them nnd In throo months wns nblo to
get out on crutches, and tho kidneys
wero acting better. I Improved rap
Idly, discarded tho crutches and to
tho wonder of my friends was soon
Sold by nil dealers, no cents a box.
Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
On tho coast of Holland, Belgium
nnd Northern Franco tho flsliorwomcn
nro n familiar sight, with their great
hand nets and quaint costumes. Many
of tho towns hnvo distinctive costumes
by which their women enn bo recog
nized nnywhere. Those of Mnnn-Klrko.
nenr Ostend, wear trousers and looao
blouses, while their heads aud shoul
ders aro covered by shawls. They
carry their nets Into tho sen and scoop
up vast quantities of shrimps and
prawns, with nn occasional crab or
lobster and many small fish. Thoy
often wado out till tho water Ib up to
their necks, and they remain for hours
nt a time In water abovo their kneos,
rarely returning until their baskets
ONLY A COW.
Artist (who has been bothered by
rustics breathing on him nil tho morn
ing) My good fellow, I nssuro you
that you can seo tho sketch with moro
ndvantago from a llttlo distance!
Lewis' Single Hinder uti-night fie. Many
wanker prefer them to 10c cixnrs. Your
dealer or Lewi' Factory, Peoria, 111.
Electrified Water Used In Washing.
A Hungurlan washing macblno
mnkos uso of electrified water.
WII SKM. JlS AXI THAI'S CIIHAP
A. linv Fiith &-llides. Write forcatalni; ll)."i
K. Hide &. Fur Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
Peoplo who aro truo blue nover suf
fer much from the blues.
You won't tell your family doctor
tho whole story about your private
illness you aro too modest. You
need not bo afraid to tell Mrs. Pink
ham, at Lynn, Mass., tho things you
could not explain to tho doctor. Your
letter -will bo held in the strictest con
fidence. From her vast correspond
ence with sick women during tho
past thirty years sho may havo
gained tho very knowledgo that, will
help your enso. Such letters as tho fol
lowing, from grateful women, es
tablish beyond a doubt tho power of
to conquer all female diseases.
Mrs. Norman R. I3arndt,of Allen,
town, Pa., writes :
Ever sinco I was sixteen years of
ngo I had suffered from an organic de
rangement nnd femnlo vrcnUncss; in
consequence I had dreadful headaches
nnd wns extremely nervous. My physi
cian said I must go through nn opera
tion to get well. A friend told mo
nbout Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, nnd I took it and wroto you
for advice, following your directions
carefully, nnd thanks to you I am to
dny a well woman, and I am tolling
all my f rieuds of my experience."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vcgotablo Compound, mado
from roots and horbs, has beon tho
standard remedy for femalo ills,
and ha3 positively cured thousands of
women who havo beon troubled with,
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, fibroid tumora, irregularities,
ixjriodio pains, backache, that bear-inj-down
feeling, flatulency, indigos
tion.dizziness.ornervouspi'ostration. We, Wholesalers of California Lands
nliti nvmtaln nil portions of tho U.H, Cud jruu
Mllllio"llett land In t Ills Wonderland!" Irrigated
(mm UnlU'clNluteHUoTrrnruoru Ditch. Wuca.it kIyu
tou a mibtllvlplon on u emunilulon bukli. ImMrni,
(luttiua l. , fcr MoMgamerr Bu.fclan FrunclKxj.CaU
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