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TIIJ3 DM AH A DAILY BEE: SATURDAY,
MAKCII 8, 1902.
The difference of cost between a good
and a poor baking powder would not
amount for a family's supply to one dol
lar a year. The poor powder would
cause doctors bills many times this.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is
the most economical in the end, because
it goes further in leavening and insures
perfect, wholesome food.
Used always in making the biscuit
and cake it saves both health and money.
Made from pure, grape cream of tartar,
most healthful of fruit acids.
Paica Baking Powdm Co,
ANXIOUS FOR A YASKEE CANAL
Colombia Welcomes Construction of Panama
;' ' "Waterway by United States.
fTS ' ATTITUDE IS CLEARLY SET FORTH
Vlalster I'oarha . Iafornas Panama
Caaal Company that U.rrrint.l'i
Views Have Be a Distorted
by Enemies of Project. -
NEW YORK, March 7. Don Jose Vicente
Concha, minister plenipotentiary to the
United State lrotn Colombia, who arrived
la thl city a few days ago, from Bogota,
haa sddressed an official communication to
William Nelson Cromwell, the general coun
sel of the new Panama Canal company, en
the attitude of Colombia, with regard to
the construction of the Panama canal. The
Confirming the conference which we held
on the subjvet of the relations between the
republics of Colombia, the United States
of America and the New Panama Canal
company, I beg leave to state In answer to
your specific inquiries (hat the cable com
munication made to the Panama .Carmj
company Dy ny government on the 48th
ult. was purely formal and as a reminder
of well-known conditions la not declaratory
of opposition to the proposed transaction
between the canal company and the United
States If made under the reserve of an
agreement between Colombia and . the
United States. v ,
That instance has been no distorted by
the enemies of the Panama rout that 1
take great pleasure In confirming my as
aurances to you that the government of
Colombia does not at all object to the sale
and transfer proposed by the canal com.
pany to the United States, but on the con
trary my government approve of the
steps taken by the canal company, will
give all requlalte consents and do all In It
power to facilitate (he matter under the
reserve referred to.
r . Colombia Welcomes Caaal.
Colombia welcomes the construction of
the Panama canal within tta domain by
the United States and entertains for Its
government and Its people the warmest
spirit of cordiality In the completion of
this, the greatest enterprise of modern
times, and deatlned to have a most benef .
Icent Influence In the development of In
uresis of both nations.
in us, concurrence or Colombia In any
sale by the New Panama Canal company
to the government of the United States Is
with the reservation, of course, that a
mutually satisfactory convention shall be
agreed upon between Colombia and the
United Slates as to their respective rights
and relations to the Panama canal to be
constructed by the Unkect States, and We
have not the leaat doubt that such an
agreement can be reached.
Animated by thia spirit and governed by
these views, I have been empowered by
my government to proceed with the pend
ing negotiations with this government, and
as I bring the most recent Instructions and
view of my government. I am happy to
give assurance of a sincere desire to con
elude such negotiations promptly and Upon
a reasonable bouts. 1 am developing and
shall eoon submit to this government the
views of Colombia on the subject, with the
design of encouraging a speedy and full
consummation of th purchase by the gov
ernment of the United States of the rights,
etc., of the properties of the Panama Canal
' company, as far as psrrnltted by the law
OBJECT 0E . PRINCE'S VISIT
Germany . Dealrea to Parmaaeatly
Keep a Fleet la Carlbaeaa
NEW YORK. March 7. "I am Informed
from a. trustworthy source," ay th Ber
lin correspondent of tb Herald, "that the
' ultimata object of Prtnc Henry' visit to
Washington 1 to bring about aa agree
ment by which Oermany will be permitted
to maintain a large fleet In Caribbean
For 60 Years
: . Quality V
has b.ea the watch
The best material
ofetalaabl are at th
command ef th most
skilled brew ua.i.ia.
Th system ef brewing
I original al abe
lutely ia ' advano ef
aay other la ta
CLATZ MALT-VI VINE
(Noo-!ntoKleant Toata. Druggists
VAL oLATZ6KlWI.N6 CO.. MILWAUKEE.
Notk. You cannot, If you value good
health, afford to use cheap, low-trade
baking1 powder They are mostly, in
spite of the pure food laws, made from
alum, which endangers the health. All
physician will tell you that such pow
ders in food are injurious. -
water to serve tor the protection of Oer
man cltltens and property right - lm
periled by the frequent revolution In the
8outh American republic.
"In official correspondence the fleet of
German war ship assembled at La Ouayara
la at til at the American atatlon. Captain,
Stlege of Vlneta haa Just received th
title of commodore and will be commander
of the South American fleet. henceforth, fly
log hi own ensign. '
"Although tb fleet was sent to Vene
suela only for securing the rights guaran
teed Oerman capital and cltltens, It already
consists of five vessels and It I Intended
to steadily Increase this number.
'"A difficult Issue I the acquisition of
repair dock and coaling station.
"The hope la entertained here that no
objection will be made to the maintenance
of the fleet In the Wt Indie because It I
Intended tor entirely defensive purpose
and pot to acquire territory.
"Protection Is desired especially because
th Berlin government now undertake the
talk of directing . th German migration
movement to South America. Heretofore
th work had been performed by th
Hanaeatio league and th colonial societies.
''Th bureau 1 at the Home' office, of
which Count Buelow '1 ex-offlclo presiding
offloer. It 1 mainly Intended to Induce
German emigrant- to settlo la Oerman
colonies or, If they cannot be induced to go
there, to aettl In South America, where
th bom tie are still' preserved."
GAME OF GOLF CONTAGIOUS
asaltpox CoavaleaecBta Near field
Clik Tak the Scotch
... . t
Thing out a tb Emergency hos
pital are not aa dull a an out
sider might think. It to on of
tb peculiarities of smallpox that a pa
tient I bedfast a very ahort time com
pared with th convalescent period, and
the result la that fully two-third of th
patient at that Institution are up and
about, seeking various mean of amuie-
There 1 an element it th hospital which
Incline toward athletic, aad these hare
petitioned the Board of Health to let them
organise a golf club. They say th country
about tb Institution readily adapta Itself
to this form of sport and that Mr. Ruser of
Ruser' park haa given them permission to
us a forty-acre pasture lot for the pur
bos. "Our superintendent Mr. Charles McCov.
1 very kind to us," reads th petition, "and
refuse Us no request that I within reason.
but fed ay a had rather th permission
to organise a goir club would emenat from
your honorable board. He say w may be
careless and let outsider Join In th sport,
and ho doesn't want to bo held responsible
for any possible dissemination of the dis
ease" through such means. We will assure
you that w will tak every precaution
Dr. Colfman says If they will us yellow
flags, marked plainly "smallpox," at the
various noles In the golf links he think
it will bo all right to permit them to er
gaplie. On of th patient, with an Inclination
toward literary pursuits, ha startsd a Uttl
manuscript dally paper, fifty copies of which
are produced by mean of stylus and carbon
paper. Her are some paragraph culled at
random from a department beaded "Vaccina
Points:" , .
Bob Jackson la anxious to get back, to
Council Bluffs. He's bea counting" his
"freckles," and has found there are four
on bis nose, eighteen on his right cheek
nd Iweoty-sla on his left cheek, and he
wsnta to tiy these numbers In policy
femallDox la liks llahlnina: It seldom
strikes twice In the same plaoe. - ,
Dr. Ralph Tburadayed In our midst, but
when urgea to stay to auppor pleaded a
The nurses have adopted a new costume.
eonalatlng of polka dot dimity, with a yel
A month's free board served with every
case or smallpox; mere are no Dianas.
The friend, of Plnnle McCasue rexarded
him as a man of mark. We don't know
about that, but h Is certainly a marked
Visiting day haa been temporarily sus
Roll Picking say he wouldn't mind hav
ing it every winter If It wasn't for the
compulsory nam feature.
On. of our esteemed guests wears a ball
and chain. Asked as to the wherefore f
sll this jewelry, ne replied mat no was
m the city jail, but broke out.
Sam Atkinson looks as thuuah some tiuail
humor had taken a pop at him. Never
mind. Saw. Nothing short of a hitch In
a powder mill could mar that wild, bas
Krla beaut v of yours.
Otto Bancroft came out In tne Black
Maria yesterday and announces nis inten
tion of staying a week. Make It a month,
Otto, dear. -
Caaeel Oald Shipment.
K'fcW YORK. March T. Heldelbacn. Ick-
Ishelmer Co. have cancelled their entire
engagement of il.ouo.ow goio ior export to
morrow. This reduce th total shipment
tomorrow to w.ivg.oun.
Dlarerer Bed at aa.ree.
BUTTE. Mont.. March 7. A special to th
Miner from Fort Benton says an extensive
deiKxilt of wlut exiwrta clairv as aap-
i.hire haa been dlooovered at Highwnod.
The atones, when cut. posaeas a brilliant
hue of the character l th Yogo variety.
but more tuu.
ONE VICTIM A . WESTERNER
Edward Dangerfleld of Kansas Goes Down
HARMONIDES DAMAGED BY . COLLISION
Herole Effort of Crew Preveate
Large List of Fatalities Oaly
Treat Live Kaawa to
LIVERPOOL, March 7. Th British
steamer Harmonldes, from Braslllan ports,
which wa la collision with and tank tb
Red 8tar tin steamer Waesland Wednesday
alght about forty miles southwest of Holy
Lead and which wa towed to thl port
early thl morning by the tug sent la
search of It, haa a great hole In Us bows.
On of th rescued passenger of th Waes
land, who wa on board Harmonldes, ld
Waesland wa run Into amidships In a
fog at midnight and sank half an hour
afterward. It boiler bursting a It went
down. The report that only two of tb
passenger of Waesland, a. man and a
child, lost their lives, appears to be con
firmed. In addition, on woman wag Injured.
Some of Waesland' boat wer In tb
water a couple of hour before, owing to
th fog, they could get alongside Harmon
ldes. When Harmonldea arrived here It
deck wer crowded with half-clad pssn
gers of Waesland, whose pale and haggard
face told th story of their trying expert
ences. Bo hurried wa the departure of the
pMsengers from the linking ship that In
some case they were only covered by
blanket and handkerchief wer their ofily
When th disaster occurred Wednesday
night the two vessels wer steaming alowly
off lbs coast of the Island of Anglesey.
Harmonldea crashed head-on Into Waesland
and backed away, but one again struak tit
then sinking ship, making a great gap in It
side. Though the sea wa perfectly smooth
the denseness of the foe, added to thl ter
ror of the passenger of Waesland.
Women aa Chlldrea First.
The women rushed on deck soreamlng,
but were soon reassured by th officer.
The boat wer quickly lowered, but th
operation resulted in two fatalities. Th
end of on of the lifeboat slipped from It
davit and precipitated on of tta occupant
Into th water. A steerags passenger, Ed
ward Dangerfleld of Kansas, struck hi
head against the boat fittings and was In
stantly killed knd Elsie Waett, II year
old, th daughter of Rev. A. Waett, wa
drowned. Tho other person who wer In
th boat wero picked up. Th bravery of
the passengers, many of whom wero Bean
dinavlan emigrants, wa exemplary. Prece
dence wa given to the women and children.
A th last boats wer leaving th fast
sinking ship, whose decks were already
awash, ' an explosion announced that It
boiler had burst, andforty minute after
th first Impact Waesland gav a mighty
lurch and disappeared beneath th waves,
sinking about midway between Holyhead
and Tuskar light. Nothing wa raved ex
cept what the passengers and crew wore.
The boats containing the passenger wer
for a time separated, owing to th tog, but'
eventually they all reached th sides 6f
Harmonldea and the survivors wer taken
on board that vessel, wher everything pon
slbls wa don for their comfort, A pilot
boat met Harmonldea off the Island . of
Anglesey and communicated th new of
th disaster to persons ashore, with the
result that tugs wer dispatched to search
for Harmonldea and aocompanied -the
steamer to thl port. Her th passenger
Were landed and 'comfortably housed. They
Will proceed to Philadelphia on board th
teamsr Noordlandi The surviving passen
gers, a a rule, escaped with only a tew
Harmonldes' stem and bow plate were
o tora and twisted that It appeared marvel
lous that It escaped sinking. It alio has a
deep dent In it port aide.
Offlcer Describes Seea.
An officer of Waesland, In aa Interview,
gav a graphlo description of th lot ef
th steamer. He said:
I aaw the whole affair. I wa lata In
turning In, aa the night wa foggy, and wa
naturally apprehensive. Praotlcally all
th passenger had retired. I wa taking
a last look at th weather And In ao doing
peered over the ship's aid when, without
th slightest warning, ther cam a fearful
crash which mad Waesland stagger from
'My God, w ar struck!' I shouted.
Then there loomed right over our ship'
bow th ship which had run Into us. It
waa terrifying, of course. ,W Instantly
recognized th peril. Th darknesa at that
tlm waa Impenetrable, but there wa no
mistaking th terrible consequences of such
an Impact. Tb nose of Harmonldea ap
peared to have eaten right Into our aid,
We were going very slow, with no more
speed than waa necessary to keep headway
W wer struck at rlght-anglea, a tre
mendous hoi wa mad aad for a moment
th stem of Harmonldes waa literally In
Id our ship.
A. rush of exalted people from all part
of th ship Immediately ensued. Th pa.
sengers tumbled up. Just a they had re
tired for th night Th men, women and
children wer In tholr nightdresses. Ia a
tew Instances th passengers had thrown
a shawl or blanket over tholr shoulder.
Terror and bewilderment reigned tor a few
moment, but th passenger gradually
ranged themselves la groups about th
deck, wher they wer best sheltered, and
th crew worked lik clockwork la getting
out the boat. Th only exception to th
good behavior of th passengers wa la th
case of a aaloon passenger, who rushed
hither and thither, calling In turn en
heaven and earth to rescus him. Fortunately
the other passengers wero not affected by
this man's pitiable mental agony, but wer
quietly and methodically marshalled Into
Kiperleaee Waa Trying.
"Th experience In the small boats wa
trying on account of th darkness and cold.
W did not know exactly wher w wer
and tor a long tlm could not discover th
whereabouts of Harmonldes, though It wa
near all th tlm. Th boats stood away
from th sinking Waesland, for fear of
being sucked down, and w could hear th
rending and tearing of lta timber aa it
seemed to break in two. Then ther wa a
terrible exploalon th boiler blew up
nil all waa ever.
"W drifted and rowed, aeemlngly twe
to three hours, when we finally got ia touch
with Harmonldes. Ws had no difficulty la
getting oa board. All our effect went to
the bottom with Waesland.
"The collision waa terrific aflko la ' the
suddeness of the shock and In th com
pleteness of ths s tester's destruction and
we think w wer most fortunate la es
caping aa w did."
P. R. Ferguson, a saloon passenger, who,
curiously enough, waa oa board Waesland
when it collided with a schooner not fat
from Philadelphia, say th principal ex
citement took the form of rushing for lit
belt. He saw a man who had ave, life
belt attached to various parts of hi
A th last boat. In which Mr. Ferguson
waa aeated, was leaving the ship' side,
cries for help were heard oa board fit It
and the 4oat returned and found that two
of Waesland a crew had been left behind.
On of these men had slept throughout from
th first Impact to th last boat leaving th
perilous position when the sea water
flooded hi bunk through th porthole.
Inking steamer and only discovered his
Old Cltlaea at Kansas.
8CRANTON, Kan., March 7. Edwin Dan
gerfleld, who waa drowned at the einklng
of th steamer Waesland, was a resident of
this place for more than twenty year and
wa a prominent business man and poli
tician. About a year ago Dangerfleld and his
family went to their native country, Eng
land, to live. A short tlm ago they de
cided to return here. Mr. Dangerfleld sent
orders to his sons here to have th family
residence placed In order by May 1, when
they would again ocoupy It.
Dangerfleld waa 14 years of age.
ASSISTING THE MEMORY.
laloae Metaoa of Brwsataa; the Dast
Grandma Hollls pushed her spectacles far
down on her noee and looked over their top
with mild reproof, relate Youth's Com
panion. "Now, Robert." she said convincingly to
her grandson, "I don't like to bsar you say
you can't remember dates, because It' an
easy thing to do If only you et about it
the right wa. Now, when anybody asks
me about th date of anything I Just uee
my simple method, and It never falls; .and
I'm ur nobody could have a worse mem
ory than I have, dear child."
"What's your method, grandmsT" asked
th boy. ready for anv suggestion which
might help Mm In his weakest spot.
"Why, It' Ilk this," said Grandma Hol
lls, cheerfully. "There's the declaration of
Independence. I should never be sure of the
year that occurred If It weren't for my
method, but I think of your mother's mar
riagethat waa in 1889. I remember that
because th dat s on th little ring your
father gav me, and I look at it two or
three time day.
"Then I know she wa 21 whea she was
married, bee suae it was th ssme age that
I wa when I was married, so that carries
her back to twenty-one from eighty-nine
leave sixty-eight. . And she was 8 ysars
old at the tlm of th centennial in Phila
delphia. I know that, because I got her
a twisted-wire figure-eight pin at th ex
position and she lost It."
"Then you see eight added to, sixty-eight
make seventy-six. That's 1876. Of course
centennial means aubtract 100, and ther
you have 17.76, with no trouble at all, Rob
Grandma Hollls beamed with the Joy of
on who Impart rare wisdom, but Robert,
although respectful, seemed depressed.
BOMB THINGS VOII CAN'T DO.
Seemingly Simple Feats Dlfflcalt to
There are many physical feats apparently
exceedingly elmpl that the ordinary person
finds Is difficult or Impossible to perform.
For Instance, a man cannot rise from a
cbalr without bending forward or putting
hi feet under the chair or outside of It.
Many a man will back himself to give an
other a start of fifty yards In a race of
100, provided the man having the start hop
all the Way. But no runner, however, swift,
can give that amount of start to en ordt
nary man. For the first five yarda they go
at practically th same pace.
Therefor th runner, to go nlnety-flve
yard while th "hopper goe forty-five,
would have to run more than twice as fast,
and It would be a weak man who could aot
hop forty-five yards- at a pace equal to
twenty second for. 100 yards, and that
would mean that, the runner, in order to
win, would have- to eat all previous
If a man boasts tnat ls penknife Is par
ticularly sharp aslhtm to cut with one
stroke of the blade on of those yellow rib
bon, mostly silk, which are around bundle
of cigar. In 99 cases out of 1,000 the knife
I not sharp enough to do this. It will cut
through all tb ribbon except th last
strand, and hat will pull out long, and the
mora he trie to cut It the longer It will
pull. - i
4076 Mlae Five-Gored Shirt,
it to 16 year,
Misses' Five-Gored Skirt Tucked, with
yoke effect and lengthened with graduated
tucked flounce. No. 4076. Tucks ar In th
height of present fashion and a re specially
charming when used upon the gown 'de
signed for young girls' .wear. This . very
pretty skirt 1 cut after on of th latest
model and ia well adapted to a wide range
of materials, silks, veiling, albatron, eta
mine, embroidered and plain muallns, lin
en, dlmtty, mull and all the many softly
woven fascinating fabric of th season,
but, aa illustrated. Is of whits silk mull,
with applique of lace and Is designed for
part of a graduating eostume.
The Ave gores are fully shaped to flare
at the lower portion, and those at the sides
and back are arranged In fine tuck at th
upper edge that give the yoke effect The
flounce 1 straight at th lower edge, , so
becoming peculiarly desirable for washabla
fabrics, but la graduated and becomea per
ceptibly wider as tt approaches th back.
Th fullness at th back la laid In flat In
verted plaits, or It may be gathered If
To cut thl akirt for a. miss of 14 yeara of
age 6 yarda of material tl Inches wide, I
yarda 27 Inches wide, t!4 yard 82 Inches
Id or 4fc yards 44 inchea w ide will be re
quired. Tb pattern 4076 Is cut In sixes fov misses
of II. 14 and II years of age.
For the accommodation of Th Be read
er, these patterns, which usually retail gt
from IS to M eenta, will be furnished at a
nominal price, 10 cents, which. covers, U
expense. Ia order to get any pattern sn
close 19 cents, give number and nam of
pattern wanted and bust messur.
What has worn veil and
lasted long must bo good.
Thia U Nature's law and ap-
ISC plie to all things. A against
I Vw j th claim of transient com.
petitort and Imitators, tho
EXTRACT OF BEEF
'places the fctubborn far' tlat it haa been
before th public for over thirty years
and is to-day prefcired before ail Other
articles of lta kind.
HECTOR M'LEOD IS MISSING
Well Known Bailroad Man Disappear, from
Eii Usual Haunts,
NO REASON KNOWN FOR HIS GOING
Closes p HI Work, ray HI Bill
sad Drop Oat at tlsM, Lear
lag Neither Address Nar
Railroad circles ar agog over the disap
pearance of Hector E. McLeod, local con
tracting agent for the Mercbanta Dispatch
Transportation company. For reason
which hi employer and hi friend ar un
able to fathom, thl railroad man haa ab
sented himself sine last Saturday, no one
have seen him In Omaha since then.
McLeod owed not a cent, as far aa can b
learned. Furthermore, he wa a valuable
man In hi position, according to General
Agent Weaver of the Merchant' Dispatch,
and none of his acquaintances know of any
troubles In-which he wss involved. A rov
ing disposition, urged on by a discontented
mind, is assigned as the only possible
causa for his taking French leave.
8aturdax McLeod finished up his day'
work, drew his month' salary for February,
left everything at his desk don up In th
beet of order and left th office. He went
to th Arcade hotel, wher he had been liv
ing for two months, paid his bill up to
March 5 and wa not seen again. He took
his belongings from the hotel.
No trate creditor haa called at the office'
for McLeod and no embarrassment haa yet
com to light. He bad worked for the com
pany eighteen years, first at New York City,
then at Albany, then Chicago and came
her three yeara ago. He had high connec
tion In the east, a good position here and
wa unmarried. He was very popular among
railroad men and. was known a a "good
fellow." Thirty five years is bis age.
MRS. LEE L. HASSETT MISSING
llnaband t'nable ta Account for ler
Disappearance ia Company
with Her Father.
Mrs. Lea L. Hassett of 1822 Franklin
street left her horn at 4:30 yesterday aft
ernoon to drive, as haa been her custom, to
South Omaha -to bring home her husband,
who is employed there, and no trace of
her ha been found since that time.
When Mr. Haeoett reached home h dls
covered his wife' absence, but paid no par
tlcular attention to the fact until a late
hour In the evening, when be began mak
ing inquiries. He learned that Mr. Haa-
sett was accompanied by her father and
that she told a neighbor she was going tor
Mr. Hassett then began a search among
all hi acquaintances in South Omaha,
without securing any information about his
wife. He reported her disappearance to
the South Omaha police and "mt a late hour
to the Omaha police.
Mrs. Hassett 1 29 year old. When she
left her home yesterday she was dressed
In deep mourning. Her father I 65 year
old. Mr. Hsssett drgv a bay mar and
what ia known a, a half' phaeton, with
black body and red running gear. The police-
were not given the name of Mr. Ha
sett's father or wher he lived, and Mr.
Hassett could not be found afterward to
supply these ' particulars. ,
Mr. Hassett told the police that be feared
the horse hsd run away and possibly killed
both hi wife and her father, but th fo
lic say that unless She drove out Into th
country a runaway could not have oc
curred without" sr-me report being made of
it. Mr. Hassett made no explanation that
would account for his . wife' leaving him
without information as to her whereabout.
GRATEFUL TO OMAHA POLICE
rfew Yorker Thank Officers for Good
Treatment Accorded Htm
ia This City.
William H. 8wltxer of ,New York feele
grateful for the good treatment accorded
him by the police of Omaha and yester
day Chief Donahue received from htm a let
ter requesting the chief to convey hi
thanks to the officers. Some time' ago
Swltxer, who was going east, became ill
while on the train and was taken off here
and sent to the police station. In his letter
he stated that before being in the station
mora than ten minute he realised that he
wa in competent and willing hand. , He
desired particularly to express his thank
to Officers Wilson, Glover, Story, Baldwin,
Fahey and Vanous, Sergeant Marshall and
Surgeons Borglum and Benawa. The letter
wa lengthy and wa full of praise for the
entire police department. Swltxer re
mained In charge of the officer for sev
- Balls of Joha Ball.
In ths making of bulls, says th Youth's
Companion, Ireland ha without doubt at
tained pre-eminence, but she ha by no
mean established a monopoly. Indeed,
John Bull I not often able to poke fun at
ber upon that store without being promptly
reminded of his own achievements In the
am line. A recent newspaper controversy
ha called forth soms fin examplea of the
ED EXT FORM
A PERFECT COESET
r perfect firures a perfecter ef Im
perfect figure. It follow ine line
natural beautv of tb form and
iv swiats th breathing and digeniv
function, At All Dealers
rmc up iiim ei.i
J77-17 treat-ray. Maw Yark
M (Oiot imH cut tok tha place tt the
W. bract Form. Acctyt m MkatlUM.
Ws have a few Cleveland left over
from last year that we will sell for
tio. Iii3 Nation!. Roadsters or Light
Roadsters, to; Kftc.re, M; Impertttls,
t-6; Marisons, IJ and W. Harvard,
with M. at W. t !, l. You can
save 15 to $1S by buying now. (Single
tube tires, 1 60 e.t. toe clip', lac;
saddlea. 75c; M. at W. inner tubes. 76c;
The beat coaster brakes put on for
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cat 6muu6A60 sr
' AND RECORDS.
PEEaiQBS F PMC,
Miss Gertrude Williams, Chaplain of
Woman's Christian Association of
Detroit, and Two Other Women,
Tell How Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Cures Periodio Suffering.
While no woman la entirely free from periodical eufferini. it does not era
to have been the plan of nature that woman ahould suffer ao eeverely. Iijdlak
K. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound ia the most thorough female regu
lator known to medical aoienoe. It relieve the condition which prod noee ao
much discomfort and robs menstruation ef it terrors. ,
I ,! f'Vi
MISS GERTRUDE WILLIAMS.
"DiarMrs. Pikkram: -and
has proved to me; 'a friend In need is a 'friend indeed For several
years I suffered from Menorrhagia, or profuse and painful menstruation,
until my vitality -was well nigh gone, and as a last resort I took six
bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and was re
stored to health, to the surprise of my friends, and I now sing its
praises. Gratefully yours, Miss Gebtrudi Williams, 75 Columbia St
West Detroit, Mich." v .
Two More Sufferers Relieved.
"Dzab Mrs. fttsritH am : I had
been a sufferer of auppressioa of the
menses from girlhood, always appear
ing after time and causing great pain
compelling me to keep my bed. I
tried a number of doctors but without
relief. Having read ao many testi
monies about the good Lydla E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound had done, 1 decided to try it.
After using only one bottle I felt
much better. I continued its use and
the health aad strength that I hare
to-day I feel I owe to yon." Mas.
Cstas, B. Gill, ma Winter 6t, Phil-
adelphia, Pa. .
Women who are troubled with painful or Irregular menstruation,
backache, bloating (or flatulence), leucorrhoea, falling, inflammation or
ulceration of the uterus, ovarian troubles, that bearing-down" feeling, .
dizziness, faintness, Indigestion, nervous prostration or the blues, should
take Immediate action to ward off the serious consequences, and be
restored to perfect health and strength by taking Lydia E. Plnkbam's
Vegetable Compound, and then write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass
for further free advice. Thousands have been cured by so doing.
REWARD. Ws hsv deposited with ths Natloaal CUT Bank of Lvbb. 15003,
wblob vlU be paid t any praoa who aan Sad ttat tha boots, taattmoBlal Kttars
ar ao guulae, ar wer
purely British bull, ef which two were con
tributed b members of Parliament, al
though not within the walla of th house.
Ther occurred, however. In th ' course of
the campaign eloquence which admitted the
speakers to Its precinct.
"Expenditure on so vast a scale," pro
claimed on of them who wa urging na
tional economy, "will In tlm empty even
the inexhaustible coffers of Britain, and
convince ber reckless legislator too late.
when the mare 1 stoles, that they must
close that barn door through which for
year the flood of extravagance ha poured
The second speaker did even better, al
For Fashion Follouers.
An assortment of spring creations, the like
never before shown in Omaha, all placed on sale at
half and less than half the cost of production. Only
a limited time given to raise the balance of agreed
settlement for the creditors. . ,
The opportunity to buy high grade footwear at your
own price may never come again.
The Rochester Shoe Co.,
Creditors and Bankrupt Sale,
1515 Douglas St. 1515
Soma Boys' Hava Feat
that are almost as big as a .man'.;
ottiera as email aa a plrl's a wide range
of alzes sod width required to fit all
boys yet we can do It satisfactorily to
you, tha boy and ourselves (and we're
mighty particular about fitting aboe.
Just rlgut) with our boy's fl.CO all
leather aboe aa ideal aobool aboe for
spring wear do damp or cold feet and
a Drex L. alrhlp with ever pair sold
Drexel Shoe Co..
awaa'a C-ta-at Shea Haass.
dear friend, for such worn morllrlna
" Dkab Mas. PnmrAaf s I writ)
to let you know how thankful I
feel toward you and your remedies.
Words cannot express the benefit I
hare received from Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound. I
had been troubled with niy periods
being rery irregular and painful, also
Buffered with my back and kidneys,
but now I feel like a new woman. I
cheerfully recommend your remedies
to any one suffering aa I was."
Mas. Jamk Cox, 628 Washington, St.,
Iuoiuaaa eiors oDcainiDt ins wrltar's speetal pr
ydla K. Plnfcaam Madlelae Co., Lyaa, Huu.
though It I fair to allow something for a
man who, hooted down by a derisive opposi
tion. Is naturally too excited and Indignant
to carefully consider his words.
"Gentlemen, 1 gentlemen!" he protected.
"Th cry of the cat, the crow of the cock
and the his of the gander are not argu
ment. True, they may for the time over
whelm the feeble voice of one man In their
roaring tide; but not all their leaguered
forces, howsoever armed and arrayed for
combat, shall avail finally to extinguish
that beacon torch' of Experience, atlll
gripped fast and held high In his unfalter
ing hand to guide safely through th
breaker the straining eye of Posterity!"
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