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    THE OMAHA" DAILY I1EE: TlXUftSDAY, AriUL 2.1, 1003.
Western Members (hpoied to Ke-EleoJon
of Frttidsnt of Federation.
Assert Dea Molaes la Aaklaa- Too
Kark la Haviaa- Meetlne of Fed
' eratloa aad Preeldeat for
Reread Tarra.
The approaching biennial of the Iowa
Federation of Woman's Cluba. which will be
bald la Dee Molnea May . 7 and , la re
epoaaible for considerable politlca, with the
attendant wlra pulling, among tba women
of weatero Iowa. Including Council Bluff.
Tba election of a president of the federa
tion la the all absorbing topic, and on this
question there appears to be a wide di
versity of opinion.
Many of the club women In the western
action of the atata believe that the pres
idency should go this year to some western
woman, and on this ground they favor the
lection of Mrs. Walter I. Bmlth of thla
city, who ia well known throughout the
state as president of the Council Bluffs
Woman's club. Mra. Bmlth only consented
to be a candidate when It waa atated that
Mra. Bailey of Dee Moines, tha present
Incumbent, would not bo a candidate for
re-election. Subsequently Mrs. Bailey,
yielding to the pressure of her friends, has
consented to become a candidate for re.
lection and Mrs. 8mtth has announced that
she Is pledged to Mrs. Bailey.
Mrs. Smith's announcement Is not pleas
ing to her many friends In the Ninth dis
trict and they inelst that sha is tha logical
candidate and state they will vote for her
and her alone. Mrs. Horace Deemcr of
Red Oak had been mentioned as a candi
date, but aha has stated positively that she
does not aeek the office and that she Is for
Mrs. Smith first, last and all the time.
Western olub women take the position
that It la contrary to the unwritten law
of club courtesy for Des Moines to present
a candidate for the presidency, .the unwrit
ten rule being that the city where the
federation meeta shall not present a candi
date for the head office. Mra. Walter I.
Bmlth, since Mrs. Deemcr declined, Is said
to be the unanimous choice of the weatern
club women, and the election at Des Moines
promises to bo a lively and Interesting one
thla year, ,
The approaching election of offlcera of the
Council Bluffs Woman's club Is also at
tracting considerable attention among tha
members. Mrs. O. H. Richmond, Mra. F. W.
Miller and Mrs. A. R. Woodford are candi
dates tor the presidency to succeed Mrs.
Walter I. Smith. The meeting for the nom
ination' of offlcera, which la considered
equivalent to election, will be held May 4
at the club rooms.
lery, where their pictures were taken. They
bpth aubmltted quietly to the ordAl.
County Attorney Klllpack received word
yesterday from Judge Thornell that ha
would be In Council Bluffs Saturday to bssr
the motion for new trial on behalf of fcd
Moore and Leon Loiter, convicted of de
frauding Charles Gregory and William
Barker out of nearly $10,000 In connection
with an alleged fake foot race at Webb
City, Mo., In January 1902. Sentence has
not yet been paised on Moore and Losler,
Judge Thornell having deferred this until
he paaaed upon the notion for a new trial.
National Roofing Co., 12 Main Street.
Bodies of Mardered C'oaple Expected
as the EtobIbsT Trala
rrean Wast.
The remains of Mr. and Mrs. John Church
who were murdered at their ranch near
Gillette, Wyo., by W. C. Clifton, are ex
pected to Teach Council BluSa this even
ing when arrangements for the funeral
will be made. Tbey will be accompanied
by Mrs. Norman Church, mother of John
Church. The funeral, it la expected, will
be held either from the Fifth Avenue
Methodist church or the residence of Mrs.
Church's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew
Foster, 1900 Fifth avenue.
There was placed on record yesterday In
the office of the county recorder a deed
from William C. Clifton, under arrest at
Newcastle, Wyo., charged with the murder
of Church and his wife, conveying to his
brother, Frank E. Clifton a lot situated
on Avenue D, between Twenty-third and
Twenty-second atreets of thla city for the
consideration of $1,100 the deed being sub
ject to a mortgage of $700 held by Ernest
E. Hart, prealdent of the First National
1 bank. The deed Is dated April 20 of this
year, alnce Clifton's arrest for the, murder
and waa mailed here for record by the
brother, Frank Clifton, who recently went
to Newcastle, . Wyo., to see If he could
assist lita brother In tny way.
William C. Clifton, charged with the
murder of John Church and his wife, la
the son of J. J. Clifton, at one time a min
ister of the Methodist church In Iowa, but
at present employed In the Union Pacific
shops In this city. The brottfer, Frank E.
Clifton, Is a printer employed In Omaha
and lives at 2227 Avenue E, this city. An
other brother, George Clifton, la also a
printer and Is employed on the Denver
News. Clifton's relatives deny thst he ever
lived In Council Bluffs and aay that he haa
never visited them alnce they came to thla
city three years ago. '
Plumbing and heating. Blxby Son.
N. T. Plumbing Co., Tel. 250. Night, F667.
Isiaraaea Depends on Whether Apoplexy-
Preceded or Followed
' " ' ' a Fail,.''
Did the death of W. E. Havcratock of thla
city result from Injuries caused by a fall
which brought on paralysis, or did the In
juries follow the fall brought about by
stroke of apoplexy or . paralysis? Is the
complex and unusual question that jury
In the district court la called upon to de
termine. .
Thla la the question Involved in the suit
of Stebblns A, Teal, guardian of the late
William E. Haveratock, and H. W. Binder,
administrator of hi a estate, against the
National Masonlo Accident association. The
plaintiffs seek to recover on the ground j
that Haverstock'a death was the result pri
marily of an accident, while the defence j
contends that Haverstock'a death waa due
to natural causea and, not to accident. . I
Thla special venire waa drawn yesterday I
for the district court at Avoca, aa It was !
believed that the impaneling of a jury In j
the trial of Mra. Ella McDanlela and Bert
Llvtx for the murder of Mra. McDanlela'
husband, Barney McDanlela, would exhauat
the regular panel and special venire previ
ously drawn: A. L. King, Grove; Ed D.
Burke, Lay ton; Charlea Hill, Lay ton; Oscar
Allen, Lay ton; Thomas Boughton, Lay ton;
H. Eggerstadt, Lincoln; H. Stamp, Lincoln;
Henry Nelater, Knox; George Creve, Knox;
Ed Randall, Knox; J. N. Bay, Center; F. E.
Roblnaon. Valley; P. Hauptman, Valley; D.
Martin, Valley; G. C. Allenaworth, Carson;
L. H. Flood. Carson; William Hobson,
Waveland; W. E. Denton, Grove; Christ
Plauts, Pleasant; E. A. Fehr, James.
The trial of Mrs. McDanlela and Bert
Livlx la set 'for next Wednesday and the
members of tha venire drawn yeaterday
have been summoned to appear Tuesday.
Mra. McDanlela and Llvtx were taken yea
terday by the sheriff to a photograph gal-
Marrlase Licensee. -
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday
to the following:
Name and Residence. Age.
Emll LefTert. Pottawattamie county 24
j Minnie Bohnlng, Council Bluffs 2
Howard R. Morgan, Council Bluffs...... 21
Catherine G. Coyle. Council Bluff......... 22
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Featliors Renovated
We are prepared to do this work to per
fection, la connection with our dyeing busi
ness. - Ucft Curtains Cleaned and
Poitiers thmi and Dyad.
Our method Is to give complete satisfac
tion. Come In and Inspect our work it you
want to see what we can do la the way of
Baa work.
Ogden Steam Dye Works
CARTCff A COOK, Props.
301 Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
- Wert called for injdclivtrrl 'Float 71.
a Paaxl a.
. Council biuffa. 'Phase 1'
Davla sella drugs.
Stockert sells carpets. '
.Expert watch repairing." . Iffert, ," B'y.
Celebrated Meti beer on tap. Neumayer.
Cabinet photoa. tic per dasen. 80S B'way.
Picture framing. C. Hi Alexander & Co.,
i23 Brcadwav Tel. 364. ,
Miss Rohrer left yesterday on a visit to
Ottumwa, la.
George F. Wright left last evening on a
trip to Colorado.
Miss Chapman of Portland, Me., Is the
gueat of Mlaa Squire.
Judge J. E. F. McGee haa gone to St
Louis on an extended visit.
Oood copper bottom wash boiler, 89c, at
A. B. Howe's, Mu ttroadway.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Douglass of
South Seventh street, a son.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Grason of
Franklin avenue, a daughter.
Heal eatate in all pans of the city for
sale. Thomas K. Caaady, 235 Pearl street.
Mrs. Rdward Ivea of Marengo. Ia., Is tha
guest of her mother, Mra. Robinson of Sixth
Tha Every Thuraday' club will meet this
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Horace
Kverett. v
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Temple of Atlantic.
Iu., were visiting Council Bluffs friends
The board of the Council Bluffs Woman's
cluo will meet tnla atternoon at 2 o'clock
In the club rooma. . ,
Contractor Wlckham commenced the pav
ing of Pierce atreet between r'lrst and 'Bluff
streeta yeaterday.
Mrs. Irfwls Cutler will entertain the Oak
land Reading club tomorrow afternoon at
iter home on Fourth atreet.
Before papering your rooma we want to
(bow you our elegant 1903 designs. C. B.
PHlnt. Oil and Olaas company.
The regular meeting of Harmony chapter,
Order of the Eastern Star, will be held
thla evening In Maaonio temple.
The Retail Qrocera' association will hold
Us regular meeting this evening In. the hall
over the Commercial National bank.
Dr. and Mra. Irving tJ. Paraons of Mal
vern, la., are viaittng Mrs. Parsons' par
ents,, Mr. and Mrs. 8. M. Williamson.
Rev. Howard P. Young of Keneaaw, Neb.,
waa the guest yesttraay of Rev. W. J
Calfee of tha Broadway Methodist church.
George H. Fitch ' a member of the local
newspaper fraternity, is home from a three
weeks' trip through Kanaaa, Texas and
J. E. Price has been called to Allerton.
Ia.. by the death of his father, who died at
Ban Antonio, Tx., while on his way home
from Texaa.
The regular meeting of the Woman's
auxiliary of Grace Kplacopal church will
be held thla afternoon at the resilience of
Mra. Ul, 1j6 South Seventh atreet.
Gilbert Uamet of Little Sioux, Ia. Is
vlaltlng his daughter. Mrs. C. W. Hargens
of 8oulh First street, enroute to Edison,
Weah., where he expects : to spend the
Andrew Thompson, sentenced to alx years,
and Frank Woods, sentenced to one year,
were taken to the penitentiary at Fort
Madiaon yesterday by Bheriff Cousins and
Leputy Baker.
Attend the social ball given by Degree of
Honor lodge. Ancient Ordt?r of Unit, d
Workmen, Thuraday, Apili U. .at Roal
Arcanum haH. Tlcketa. i; extra ladles, 2i
centa. Supper rerved.
The aldermen yeaterday met aa a com
mltteo of the whola and mail a tmir rt th.
Fifth and Blxth warda to ascertain where
new rldrwalka were needed. Tha committee
will make Ita report at the meeting of the
uny ivvnvii way a.
airs. ueorge Richardson and two
daughtera have gone to New York, from
whence they will aail for England to take
poeseaalon of an estate which Mr. Richard
son recently Inherited. Mr. Richardson will
join wiem mere later.
Andrew Strain, who waa run down by a
passenger train Monday Dear Riverton and
uiuuBui. iu me irrcy noauuai in tnia city.
succumbed laat evening to his injuries. His
noma ia ai uiui bioux ana the remaina
are being held at Cutler's undertaking
rooma pending dtrpcs.tloB by the relatives.
Ths Are department waa called at noon
yesieraay to a one-atory brick cottage at
T14 North Fourteenth atreet. occupied by
William Wtlletl A apark from tha chimney
burned a hole lu ths roof, but tha Are de
partment was not called until half an hour
aiter toe oiase naa ixren extinguished.
The muslcsle and dance given by the
young women of the Flower mlvalon at
Royal Arcanum hall Laat night brought out
a large crowd of the younger aet. ?hoe
taking fart on the program ware Miss
Judaon. I r. Clauds Lewie. Mlaa Grace lurr
W U. Thlckatun, Lucius pryor, Miss Por-
ternno. uarmn urauicy and the Laurel
Tha commlaaionera for tba Inaana water.
day forwarded a request to the State Hoard
Control for a arole for Jama Culaman
oi eouin Main atreai. wno waa com
mitted to the ante aay! urn at Clarinda on
Beptamber II 14. Coleman's alstar, Mra.
iiuula Miller, hag ttr4 to care lor him
and the parole has been approved by Super
intendent Witte of the aaylum.
Louis Wehrhan. aged (1, died yesterdny
morning from pnumonlB. One son, Anton
Wehrhan, and three daughters, Mra. A. W.
Pennla, Mra. E. O. Lloyd and Mrs. Harry
Price, all of thla city, survive him. The
funeral will be held Frldav afternoon at
1 o'clock from the residence of the
daughter, Mrs. A. W. Dennis. 12 Sixth
avenue, and Interment will be In Walnut
Hill cemetery.
Hon. W. E. Bslnbrldge, who was recently
appointed United Statea member of the
Venesuelan claims commieaion, la home
from Washington to prepare for his trip
to the South American country. He expects
to leave for Venesuela on May 1I and will
be accompanied by Mra. Balnbridge. The
work of the commission Is to be completed
In sis months from June 1, when adjudica
tions are to commence.
Six cases of measles were reported to the
Board of Health yesterday, aa follows:
Lcroy Ieonard, 725 Wahlngton avenue;
two Turner children, 723 Esat Pierce atreet;
Montgomery child. 827 Avenue B: C. 8.
Laweon, 132 Harrison street; Mildred Shug
art, 832 Glen avenue. These two cases of
chickenpox were reported: Ewaldt child,
211 Washington avenue, and Ethaxy child,
320 South Eleventh atreet.
Clyde Van Doran, a lJ-yar-old boy, was
turned over to the police last night by his
father, Frank Van Doran of 7i9 Fourth
atreet, who charged him with being Incorri
gible. The boy's mother has been dead for
several years and the father cannot get
him to stay at home or go to school. Young
Van Doran, the father said, had frequently
run away from home and only yesterday he
was Intercepted at Neola and sent back.
The preliminary hearing of Mrs. John
Thordaen, charged with being Implicated
with her husband In his numerous raids on
chicken roosts, was continued In Justice
Ouren's court yesterday on motion of
counsel for the defendant, who stated she
waa too 111 to appear In court. The grand,
Jury reconvenes May 4 and Mrs. ThorJa;n's
case will be presented to It, thus obviating
a preliminary hearing In the justice court.
The committee having charge of the
building fund of the Women a Christian
Association hospital .have planned H fine
musical treat tor the Council Bluff mu Ic
loving public, which will be given next
Saturday evening at Royal Arcanum hall.
An excellent program of local talent has
been secured for the occasion. The pro
ceeds will go Into the fund far the pro
posed new building. Those wh.-i will lake
part In the program are: Mrs. Hypes, Mrs.
Robert Mullte, the Misses DeHaven and
McKesson, Mr. Haveratock. Dr. Claude
Lewis, and selections by the Orpheus club,
directed by Mrs. Dillon. The entertain
ment will doubtless fill the house to Its
greatest seating capacity.
Sloax' City Murder Discovered When
Farmer Tarns I'p
8IOUX CITY, Ia.. April 12. A thirty-three-year-old
murder mystery waa cleared
up today when the akeleton of Sol Roberta, I
who disappeared In March, 1870, was plowed
up near thla city. The dimensions of the
skeleton coincide exactly with the descrip
tion of Roberts.
The community hss always believed that
Roberta and a German girl were murdered
by a homesteader who sold all his prop
erty and left. Roberta waa employed by
the homesteader and the skeleton was found
near his old employer's place.
Charsre Fraud la Traction Deal.
SIOUX CITY, Ia.. April 22. (Special Tel
egram.) Twenty-five property owners are
plaintiff in an action agalnat the city of
Sioux City. The district court is asked to
declare illegal resolutions passed by the
council, authorising the Sioux City Traction
company to tear up two miles of track In
Jackson street, one of the finest residence
atreets In the city. The tracks were. .torn
up In the night. Fraud and corruption la
charged In the petition. ' Another action
will be Bled In, which the court will ,be
asked to' compel the -street car company to
relay the track. - -
Reieseri are Toe Late.
CRESTON, Ia.. April 22. (Special.)
Miss Orpha Davidson, who attempted sui
cide by banging In her fatber'a barn on bis
farm In Buchanan township. Page county,
Wednesday, haa passed away' at her home
near Clarinda. She was discovered as she
jumped with the rope round her neck. No
cause for her act la known, except that ber
mind had become Impaired. She was In ill
health. Her age waa 20 years.
Fatally Injared at Flay.
SIOUX CITY, lay. April 22. (Special Tel
egram.) Henry Earnest Junker, the f-year-
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Junker, who
live on Walker'a Island near here, died at
St. Joseph's hospital after suffering for
several days from injuries sustained while
being ridden on a rail by hla schoolmates
at South Sioux City, Neb.
. The Panama Canal Title. . .
Haa been found satisfactory, end this an
nouncement has aided the canal-bulldlng
pfbject very materially. In medicine, Hoa-
teter'e Stomach Blttera has a clear tlt'e
to first place among home remedies because
It ,1a abaolutety safe and reliable. Keep
bottle of It In the house always, to prevent
sickness. It cures nausea, heartburn, dys
pepsia, Indigestion, constipation - and - bil
iousness, also fortifies the system agalnat
attacks of la grippe, colds or malaria
fever and ague.
Bootlesrarera aad Other Violators of
Federal Laws are Sea
feared. ,
BIOUX FALLS. S. D.. April 22. (Special
Telegram.) Today was prise package day
In the United States court In thla city and
prise packagea In tho form of sentences
were handed out by Judge Carland to a
number of offenders. Sentences were Im
posed as follows upon those guilty of sell
ing liquor to Indians: Charles Marshall,
a Mexican gambler of Qeddes, fined 1100
and aentenced to a term of twelve months
in the Sioux Falls penitentiary; Daniel Ar
nold of Everett, fined $100 and aenteneed to
the Brown county jail at Aberdeen for a
period of alx months; Abe Smith of Pierre,
a term of nine montha In the Minnehaha
county jail at Sioux Falls, and fined 1100;
Thomas Conley of Pever, one year and alx
montha In the Sioux Falls penitentiary and
a fine of i00; Samuel Lewis of Sioux Falla,
a term of alx montha in the Minnehaha jail
and a fine, of ISO0; Bernard McOlney of
Blsseton, term of one yesr and one day
In the Sioux Falla penitentiary and a fine
of $100; George Arm, a Roaebud Indian, waa
given alx months in the Minnehaha Jail for
horae stealing. Henry Bradley, a Crow
Creek Indian, for a atmllar offense was
given a year In the Minnehaha county jalL
Frederick Boebple of Hudson, who pleaded
guilty to shipping game out of the atate
In violation of Lacey law act, otherwlae
known as the national game law, waa fined
$100, which he paid.
It Is Expected They Will Walt latll
the Final Order Is .
CHICAGO, April 22. A formal order of
default was entered by Judge Orosscup to
day against the packers who have failed to
answer ths government's anti trust bill.
The final order of Injunction was not en
tered sgslnst the defendants In consequence
of the absence of District Attorney Bet Lea
from the city.
It la expected that the packers will ap
peal when the ftaal$dr U entered.
Belief Thtt Victim of Sn'oidt Knew Who
Killtd Mabel EchoEald. '
William Laeae of Taste Cennty Ftlea
Appeal From Conviction en tho
I Charge of Marderln
Emma Meore.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES., .April 22. (Special.)
Governor Cummins baa been 'carrying, en
correspondence with a convict In the state
penitentiary . at Fort Madison who has
asked for clemency on promise that he
would reveal some important evidence, and
the total of the correspondence baa been
to raise a question aa to whether or not
Arthur Perry, who attempted murder and
then committed suicide, did not carry to
his grave the laat 'possible clue to the mys
tery of the death of Mabel Schofleld. The
murder was committed nearly three years
ago and was the cause of a great deal of
Investigating and more or less trouble In
the courts. The body of the girl was found
In the river, but It was evident she had
been murdered and the body thrown there.
Charles Thomas was arrested and given a
preliminary hearing; but not bound over
to the grand jury, and two or three grand
juries Investigated, but returned no Indict
raent. A short time ago Clarence Klehle,
convict, sent to the penitentiary tor a
short term from thla county, wrote that
be had evldenne that would clear up tha
mystery, and that he would give the evi
dence if promised clemency. Investigation
waa made and there seemed to be much
reason to think' that the evidence would
be forthcoming; but this week Klehle read
an account of the suicide of Perry and an
nounced that he ( was depending on Perry
for assisting him In the evidence and now
that Perry Is dead nothing further eould
be done. This has ' ended the matter for
the present, but Investigation shows that
the woman Perry shot waa a close friend
of one of the .witnesses on the trial of
Thomas, and that Perry waa intimate with
persons suspected of connection with the
crime of killing -Mabel Schofleld. The iden
tity of Perry has never been fully estab
lished and It la believed that Perry was
not bis name. All the facts taken together
indicate that Perry, It he had been called
to testify, and Klehle, might have given
testimony that would, have' cleared up the
matter. The county attorney haa taken the
papers in the case and will pursue the mat
ter further.
Appointed on Governor's Staff.
Charles J. Wilson of Washington, Ia., has
been appointed en the military staff of Gov
ernor Cummins, .to aucceed Colonel E. O.
Pratt of this olty,.who resigned the position
of chief of engineers owing to his removal
from the state Wilson Is a member of
tho legislature and as such waa opposed to
Governor Cummlaa. He haa been connectod
with the natlenel guard for twenty-elx
years,: served l'p? the Fiftieth Iowa' in the
Cuban war ani ls now commissioned as
commissary of subsistence In the Fifty
fourth regiment, fowa national guard. Wil
son haa long been popular In the guard
and h ia also Wobsplcuoua In the politlca
of the First, )Jrigrefcsfonal' district;.'" i ;
A protest naa peen.mnoe egaiaai. m -mus
tering out of Company B, 'Flftjr-alxth reg
iment, Iowa national guard, at Perry. A
committee of prominent clttxens haa been
appointed to call on the governor end get
blm- to recall the order and permit th
company to be reorganised."
." rage Coaty Case Appealed.
. The transcript of the evidence haa been
filed In the ease of ' the State agalnat. Wil
liam Lucas, from Page county. Lucas waa
convicted of the murder of Emma .Moore,
near Shambaugh, and aentenced to life Im
prisonment. He had been Intimate with
the girl and was out riding with her the
night she wss murdered. Her body was
found by the railroad track and hla revolver
near It. He claimed ' that she had threat
ened suicide when he refused to marry her,
and that she stole hla revolver and com
mitted suicide. The case waa tried before
Judge Wheeler at Clarinda last November.
Boy Marder'er Dot a a- 'Well.
Wesley Elklns; 'be boy murderer of Clay
ton county, who waa paroled by tha atato
legislature at the last session, has just
finished hie first year of college life at
Cornell college, ',-He. wrote a letter to the
governor mentioning hla vacation and hla
studies, and stating:
This report marks my first anniversary.
As I look back over the last year I realise
that while I have tried to Improve all of iti
opportunities, I nave not improved them
all to my own satisfaction. Ae I enter
upon another year, however, I shall not
be unmindful of. tbe mistakes o( the past
year, but bv allowing Its lessons -to have
proper weight I hope to avoid many of the
East failures and make the com ng year
etter than the one past.
C7 lm Dumps with gloom was overcast ' , 'Xvf
Because Vila children screw so fast. VVi 7
mattes growing children .'
faSfiib i'"'"''' ' sturdy. . ,
(yiki I (9 !-1Swt ctlia flattfi f whtat aad malt. II '
jl 111 jfPirrT Suite Them Every Real. J f
fff II VTrn-' "Mt trrandchlldren llke'Foroe
II f II I in JU " nnd take it with their meala two or
III U A I ) ft VX lhrM Mme dy Thoy want It
la . -. '.; , .
mm y 1 'ft ulli n m iT3
' to start the cowawtiaiaaa require meats of
those good, eld fashtooea people, who twllev '
In futfilawnt rather than In much talking, la
results rather than la promise. Have you
ever noticad the freshness and youthtalneas
of face and virility of fona if thoss dear old folks who believe In Naturt't Ranedietr
Who knew that nature hat placed eosMwhei In this bread earth Sovenlga Cares far
all dltaaaa, though soma of tht tlemeata ef tbaaa aires easily Us far apart 1 The ole
yonng face before a Is one of these, - Seadenly and vMeatly artackad with Nearalgk
Pain, Medical Lake Plasters were warmly recoauaeasad to bar by ber phystclea.. He
teld hr hew absolutely nature's own, tha eleaMatt ef Medical Lake Plasters are t
' Joit clean, sensitive, qukktntnf, natural guatf , conblned with para pnlveruted Crystals"
' MEDICAL LAKE, WASHINGTON. ' That la tha clear waters ef MEDICAL LAKE the
atest extraordinary body of madlcal waters aver yet discovered are coacentratee in perfect balance, :
the natural curs far almost every bodily lit that froa all outside hMraaloa MEDICAL LAKE was ,
, guarded for many centuries by the Indian tribe of ranowntd physios and aplenald. health, who
considered It their owe especial health gift from the Great Spirit, Medical Lake Plasters are jelled
upon In case of Rheumatic, Nearalgie er Plearetle Pains sad Aches, Lmmbege, acsres ,
troubles of the Bladder, Uver, KMBCys, Laags er Back, and are the Barest, speediest, sad snet '
agreeable Care for Cbestaches. Colds and Craarpa. ., i All grit-class druggists stU Medical Lake Planters, 39a. each.
SALTS HFQ. CO., Sole M manufacturers
for by SHERMAN & McCQffllELL DRUQ' CO., Cor. 16th and Dodge StiM Omaha, Nab. 1
Stops Trala by Blgrnallne- Engineer'
aad Child Rolle OS the
Pilot. .
BIOUX FALLS. 8. D., April 22-r-(Speclal
Telegram.) Miss Minnie Bowen, teacher In
the primary department of the public
school at Humboldt, a Rule town about
fourteen miles west of Btoux Falla, proved
herself a heroine and save the life of a 6-year-old
boy. A train on the Omaha road
waa just leaving Humboldt, and whlls pass
ing the achoolhouse the engineer saw tbe
teacher running toward the train and fran
tically motioning to blm to atop. The en
gineer did not at first pay any attention to
her, but there was anmetbing ao doteirlned
In her gestures, and the wild run she waa
making that he finally stopped the train.
When' it came to a standstill a little boy
tumbled off the pilot and rolled' down (he
embankment. Had it not been for the per
sistence of the teacher the engineer would
not' have stopped and when the train gained
greater' headway "the little fellow undoubt
edly would have been shaken from tbe pilot
and killed.
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Of all tha dl.vsses to which tha human ersanl.m Is anacpttblc prubablf none are more fatal aad palalul
thaa kldaty troubl. I cannot And word to d.scrlh lb tarnbla suffering I andurre for evar flft.ea auentas, my
klunr.a were affaottd and la fact tha prlvlo ergaaa r dlaaassd. Th doctor aald that aothlns but aa epcratlun
would curs ma and aa 1 aa airllcted witn h-ur. palfitatloa it waa not, triouctot advisable to plae ma Bnd.r aa
anat.tnatlc, to 1 k.p( on tatting aidlcinr. hat felt thu 1 waa aot g.ltlng any bettar. One day a, who waa
vLltlag us from tha East. akad It I had tried WUi uf Cardul. 1 told Bar that I h1 ortaa baas ad .dad La try
It by frtanda, but had on faith In patent medicines. She. sweeter, aot only isolated tliat 1 try a bottle But weat
ana purrnaitea one ana se'e me in. nm um. 4
1 .as
was raucn piee.ea 10 nnu in.i ir . n.. nru- jyr .
d the nrst bottle my general health waa better' Sffj
aad I felt so encouraged th I kept on using It fjrK - . r.
for eight months and at the and or fiat time I M tL0 f2c
... Z well wom.n. Health and t.aiillnss Is ' eeVCiJ' at"
mine to-day aad all thanks to your wonderful
President Woman's Outlpg Club.
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Kidney troubles are dangerous for'iuen, but when a woiuau bus kitlOfy'
pains tbe generatlvo organs are almost always sffected snd tbe case duuand-s
all tbe warning Mrs. roster giro. . ' . ..
Do you know that "kidney pains" are oflea caused by vovarlau troubW?. .
And "ovarian pains" may mean kidney trouble. One cannot exist long with
out bringing on tbe otber. , , ' ' . ,
Ito not waite your time by taking kidney pills or some other uncertain
remedy. If your back arbes get Wine of Cardul sad Tbedford's Hlack-Urauglit
and yoa can rest assured every lurking pain will be eradicated.
Won't you do as much for your m otber, wife, sister or daughter as Mrs,
roster's cousin- did for her?
tou can bring them the same health as Mrs. Foster rejoices In' by taking -them
a f 1.00 bottle of Wine of Cardul and a 25-cent pockssa of Thedford s '
Black-Draught ...... ...
All drugglats sell Win of Cardul and Thedford's Black-Draught.