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TIXlS OMAIIA DAILY BEE SUNDAY, MAY i:4, 1003.
HARMONY IS LIGHTLY BROKEN!
th attention of the assembly until th
hour of adjournment.
This sfternoon four special trains con
veyed the assembly to Long Beach, where
Preibyleri-n. Wun in a Moment 0f the fleie.ate. indulged in aurf b.thin. ear-
' - . I r:sce drives and other seaside amueementa.
AtrirooLiom Lebate. ...ia. .t i...
BUT PEACE IS RAPIDLY RESTORED
Difference Arises Over Telegram
Which Delegate Wl.hed to read
Presldeat Roonevelt, bat I -alnllf
Mar . At today's
session of the Presbyterian general as
sembly Rev. J. L- Caldwell Of Fins Bluff,
Ark., delivered tha sermon. . Communica
tions were received from Dr. Hathaway,
secretary of tha American Sabbath union,
arklnc the southern assembly to adopt
the union aa tha northern assembly and In
viting the assembly to attend tha meeting
at Et. Louis, and from tha Presby
terian Historical society of Philadelphia
soliciting the historical records of the
church for exhlbtlon.
Resolutions from the American Antl-
Saloon league were referred to a commit
tee for report at future aesslons. Tele
grama of greeting were aent tha general
assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian
church at Nashville, Tenn., and to the
LOS AJvTOELES. Cel.. May M. -Today
was half work and half play tor the Pres
byterian general asjcmbly. The only busi
ness session was between the hours of I
nd 1) In the forenoon, at which the report
of the board of relief was heard and
adopted and the report of the committee
on evangelical work Was finally disposed ot.
At noon the session adjourned and tha I general assembly of the
members went In a body to Long Beach, I church at Los Angeles.
where lunch was served to l.aw people o
the citizens of the place.
This sfternoon a meeting In the Interest
of evangelical work waa held- at Km
The harmony tnat prevailed since the
opening of the general assembly received
a slight shock this morning. Altndugh the
shock was of but momentary duration. It I private John Allen of Tupelo. Miss., a
caused tha only commotion that na I member of the government commission of
Stirred the body since the sessions Degan. the B, Lo, exposition, did not figure to
After disposition had been maas 01 ina t -rest extent In tha ceremonies of ded
reports of the board of relief and the ape- ,catlon of tnBt enterprise, but he waa there
clat committee On evangelical work Rev. 1 ..
Frederick K. Stanley of Atlantic City, N. ,nventlon or Mperience have been brought
sought- 13 ooiain racoguiuou . " baeR to Washington. It wti at a little
PRIVATE JOHN ALLEN TALKS
His Experiences la St. Isaala sad His
terled Boa's with Mlssoarl's
moderator and took the platform
"I wish to Introduce," began Mr. Stan
ley. "a resolution with regard to the
memorable ' trip of the president of the
United States, who Is about to turn his
face again to the national capital.
Telea-eam to Presldeat.
"As a number of ua Journeyed through
Nevada a few days ago on our way to
this general assembly our special train
topped at Reno and we had the pleasure
of listening to a very good speech by our
president. When the president learned that
a number of commissioners to the general
dinner given to Alexander Dockery, gov
ernor of Missouri, that Allen flashed Some
wit at the expense of the guest of the
'I met an old farmer out on the grounds
today," remarked Allen, "and he seemed
to be very well Informed about affaire per
taining to Missouri. Finally we got to
talking about the boodle stories of the
Missouri legislature and the fact that the
name of Lieutenant Governor Lee became
Involved In them.
'I am glad that my Old friend Dockery
la not mixed up In any of these things,' I
tomhlv were amona- his listeners he took eald.
ccaslon to remark upon the Importance " Oh. you needn't hare any fear on that
and dignity of the Presbyterian general ecora.' replied the old farmer; 'Dockery
assembly and expressed his highest esti
mate of tha work accomplished by our j
church. I wish to offer the following reso
lution" for passage by this assembly:
"To tha Hon. Theodore Roosevelt. Presi
dent of the. United states: Christian
waa always mighty clever In covering up
Then," continued Allen, "the discussion
turned on the governor here and the suc
cess he had achieved.
" 'He had a war record to start with or
greeting with prayer for God'a blessing na could not have got along In Missouri,'
on you ana divine guidance in nu your i me,t
tiled r,w.all,lltla Haa Numliara vl. I sail
24-2" " 'Well,' remarked the old farmer, 'Dock
Rev. Stanley had scarcely finished the ery didn't have much of a war record,
last word of his resolution when a -om- To'ard the end of the War he Joined a
mlssloner in the center of the house sprang company of home guards with the stipula-
to hia feet and In a loud and apparently " that, the company waa not to go out
aggressive tono said: "Mr. Moderator. I of the county unless tne enemy came in.
move thai this resolution be referred to
the committee on correspondence."
A second to this motion waa made im
mediately. There were loud cries of "No,
bo," from all parts of the house.
Opposition Is Defeated.
At another time Private Allen told a
story of Tupelo. "The wife of a shrewd
old darkey of my town died not long ago,"
he aald, "and. In making arrangements for
the funeral the . old fellow went to tha
ticket agent and Inquired the coat of a
round-trip ticket to Birmingham and also
Moderator Coyle hesitated for a moment a round-trip ticket for A corpse,
and then remarked In a decisive tone: " 'Tou want a round-trip ticket for your-
"I do not think that this would be the self, but you want a ticket only one way
proper disposition of this resolution." Be- for the corpse,' said the agent,
fore he could proceed further, If he In- " 'Seer heart, boas,' ssld the darky, 'I
. tended to say anything further, he waa knows what I'M about and what I want.
Interrupted by calls of "Vote, vote." My old Bal done had a lot o' kin folka at
Moderator Coyle rapped vigorously with Birmingham and day all wants ter see her
his gavel and said: "All in favor of send- befo' she's burled. Now, I ax you de cost
Ing this resolution to the committee on ob dem tickets case I wanta ter fin'- out
correspondence will aay 'aye.' " if It'll be cheaper fo' me ter take old Sal
There was a faint response' by some up ter Birmingham and back 'an it'll be ter
score of commissioners, which was a mo- feed a lot of dem Alabamy niggers fer a
ment later made to seem, Insignificant by week dat'II come ter de funeral." "
the great volume of "noes." . "What are you doing for the exposition?"
The resolution is lost," said Moderator was a query addressed to the private by a
Coyle, etriklng his gavel on the desk with friend.
a resounding whack. There waa a burst "Not so very much," answered Allen,
of applause from the commissioners as "and aome of my best efforts miscarry. I
well as from the galleries. It was quickly went down to Arkansas to get the legls-
moved and seconded that the resolution lature to make an appropriation for an
by Rev. Stanley be adopted, and It waa exhibit. When I arrived at Little Rock a
adopted by a unanimous vote. gort of reception was tendered me by
This closed the only Incident that has former residents of Mississippi, a great
. marred the perfect harmony of the present meny having come across the river Into
assembly. tnat ,tat w.n ln, nt,t day . they . got
The report of the board of ministerial the two houses together In Joint session so
relief waa presented by Rev. Benjamin A. that I would not have to make the speech
Agnew of Philadelphia, secretary of the twice. I remarked upon the gratitude I
board of relief.
felt for the honor done me the night be-
Discussion of tha report of the sneclal i.r. mnA aM that htu T nnri.i it
committee on evengellstlo work, which tij I ... , .. . ui...i.m.. v..
been carried over from yeeterday. was re- regret that so many of Its sons had left
n us. .uDjeci occupied u to become residents of Arkansas; 'Mis.
sisslppl,' I said, 'is a great state, with
HEW LIFE FOR MEN.
Ta Leas; keagbt "Elixir of Life," DIs.
covcrea ny uerraaa aaa KaalUa
Fhyslelaasi ot Only Prolongs
Life, bat Gives Man tha Vigor
aad Vitality of
maple Beat Pre to Aay Maa Who
Will Write for It,
Arter years of research, eminent nhi.
elans have at last dlmvir,t nm
which Is Indorsed by the leadlag members
i ine meucai profession aa permanent In
The principal Ingredient In an animal ex
tract taken from healthy young bulls. It
is scientifically prepared by the best chem
ists in me wona. .The reputation of tha In
stitution Is such that all physicians know
wnvn mry piana sponsor ror a remedy,
ma. lemony rami ds exactly as repre-
rnnpu. siuu wnrn
many resources and capable of the highest
development. - I am sure If these former
residents of that commonwealth now living
In Arkansas had remained In Mississippi
and stood trial they would have been ac
quitted by the Jury.' It seems," continued
Allen, with a show of regret, "that there
was a county treasurer who had defaulted
In Mississippi and a sheriff that had got
away after making a big aale who were
members of the legislature, and they took
my remarks personally. On account of
their efforts the. appropriation waa not
what waa expected." Washington Star.
Searles' Rummage Sale
Short Story by Alice Louis Leo.
Queer Things la the Malls.
The Philadelphia Frees telle a story
which illustrates well how queer things
sometimes get Into the mails. An elderly
woman waa seen tha other day waiting
.net m.v. th. '.SES &MVJ..?. Patiently for a long time be.ld. a mailbox
Pills will cure sll citses of lost manhood In Philadelphia. Finally a postman ap-
spermatorrhoea. varicocele and weakness I peered and aha explained to hint the object
of any nature vt the nerve or aexual or-
of her wait. She had hurried to the box
to mall a letter, and Just as the deposit
i wee about to be made ahe encased vio
lently, dislocating her falae teeth, which,
catching In the same hand that held the
letter. In her agitated absent mlndednesa
I ahe placed In the postbox by mistake. The
postman returned her loet molar a, and told
hsr It was not unusual to find many odd
thlnga deposited In this way, which some
what relieved the mind of the Old woman,
who, placing her teeth in position and
thanking the carrier, hurried to her nearby
gans. curs must be Doaltiv and narma.
nam. una cuminni win sena every oer-
Soma men are too lasy to catch snails.
If you would get up with the lark go to
bed without one.
Hanging is too good for a painting that
aarnple free treatment to be tried. After I mAn ki .
using Vitality Pill, for a short time a man "m bl ? pUl.."w
will find new vigor in hia organs, new force I ,r mma tomn 1 n0
son who Is lacking In vitality of tha nerves I ... ....
or aexual orarsna a sumnla treatment .k.n. I "i-wii.
lutely tree. There is but one test for a I Poverty develops elthsr a woman' worst
genuine n.eiicine, and that la the results traits or her best ones.
,h. dle for" wWl l.r.nl'r.A .TE Th ot
a true remedy. This Is the test by which I to iv MDt that tired feeling,
the Missouri Drug Company wish their I Vnless a man has good backing he
know when he' well
In his musclea. new blood In hia veins, new I off some of his fool friends will tell him.
amoiuon. a new man in vitality, health and I Evsrv man Ilka t talk ahA., ki
appearance. Vitality pills have a oecu-I 17 7 .. ....
Ilarly grateful effect and the patient feela consequently a good listener make a de
in oeneni alter ua nrsi aay s use. It goes I straois wne.
T1 V If hi ,roub1-- no matter When men mix religion with politics too
development where it li np ni. I Often the religion gets loet in the Shuffle.
siarmloat remedy MalilMs sll rMIIni of baihfal- I Every honest voter ha a voice In local
saaa iar iu oeaoaiia aex, curaa all tae Ilia aaS I ,nj i.
troublM tht mix Irani r a bun. situ ot I . . . " "
rark anS kuilnm rarva, all ot which raault la I OOUt "1 he doea have.
annulare leas at etrangta mwaarr. aeiiMiona, I If the public la the third Dart to a atrtka
imsM.ace eas wrlcoci.. Vitality rill. UI aKt ,," '"7 , V 10 " lnM
vara at any as; Inare la na raae that It will I the ether two parties appear to go on the
sac core permaaraiir. eioept are eeiMpay ar In- I theory that three la a Crowd.
aaaee aa raMrutloaa: every aaraoa aa wrun ui I 11 mM ,ht forty-nine languages are
aa aaat a samaia traauaaei, aaaaiutaiy iraa aa4 I spossa in Boston, and some enterprising
aaatpal. caratally vrappae la a alala 'k4( na I . . n.w. it ..
ea asvaniains oa It lo ladiraia nkat It aaaialae. I nuv,e r rying to make It an een Ofty
Taay aara raoaiM miar lautr frooj aaaia all 1 oy learning to apeac English.
erar laa eoaalrr. lalllaa of tha moat aataalaklaa I T f ihttt K'aar TnrV Aivtnr kA - .
ThMr aaa ak lr4 . . . . -
aRar ta saaalaa aa4 aa anibarraaalns a.uaaltoaa I o dogs to lire can OO anything for po-
"'- ' r""Li iJ't-.S '- haa-bena the proceeda from hU prac-
aaBRie traaiBMot traa; bir aaa wki-n la akw I tice will Boon make him so rich that he
free aa4 aaat eilh taa free traalnxat. vlll ulia I will not want t keep any dogs. Chicago
kew ta Uaa lea Ireeiaaal ta arltata b care fuar-
The house was cold and cheerless. Even
the est howled dlsmslly at tha back door.
preferring the atmosphere without. The
hot air pipes emitted blasts of cold. The
library grate waa gray with ashes. Mrs.
Llllen waa expending all her energies In
the first story of the Roger' block, persuad
ing her friend that they could make use ot
their neighbor's cast off things.
Lemuel pulled his overcoat collar up
around hia eara, and drew his hat down to
meet It. Then he seated himself In his
accuatomed chair at the dining table and
surveyed the collation of cold scrsps spread
out before him. In their midst, wss a note
from his wife.
"Darling, I have tha most awful confes
sion to make. But It ta not my fault and
I know you will forgive me, and get me
another. I am so sorry that you have not
a hot dinner. Do relent and come tr the
ale. The men are all calling It Searlee'a
sale. Isn't that absurd? The dinner la hot
nd good. Do come for 25 cent a.
I am so sorry, but I could not help It, and
you will forgive me, will you not?"
'If any one can make head or tall out
of that note he'a welcome to It. Bearles's
sale. Indeed. Walt until I get hold of a few
facta and I'll make It hot for 'em," was
He set his teeth resolutely Into a piece
of yesterday' roast.
I see myself down there to dinner. I've
said I'd not set foot inside their blooming
ehow, and I won't"
The rummage sale was really a case of
Searles versus the rest of the church, at
a time when rummage sales were yet ex
periment In the land.
Mr. Searlea ate his lunch deliberately.
fed the cat, poked at tha furnace, and
started back to the bank. At the front
door he hesitated. There hung Lilian'
house key, forgotten. He must get It to
her, but how? HI dignity forbade hi In
vasion of the Roger' block.
He walked slowly down Main atreet.
turned to the right and picked his way
through the allsy. A negro, Sammy by
name, aged 11, according to the best
of hi own reckoning, crossed the alley.
"HI. there. Sam!" yelled Searles.
Sam returned with A skip when he saw
his oft time patron's hand disappearing
into his pocket.
Here, sam, take this dime and thla key,
nd give one of them to Mrs. Searlea at
the rummage sale."
Sam grinned, dropped the dime Into his
pocket, and dlaappeared.
Searlea waa now directly In the rear of
the Rogers' block. A window was open.
He looked cautiously within. Coats, hats,
dresses, wrappers and what not, hung on
the walla and were heaped on counters.
The room was deserted by both sellers and
buyera, as the crowd was being fed at
Just aa Searlea turned to go, a pair of
trousers, hanging near the window, caught
his eye. They were made of the finest
broadcloth, not worn In the least. Searles
had a weakness for clothes and bargalna
In the lime. These trousers looked about
his length. A gust of wind blew the price
tag Into .view.
"By the great guns," Searlee commented,
Sam came around the corner. Searles
collared the youth, led him into the recess
of the alley, thruat 16 into hi hand, and
some pointed direction Into hi head. He
waa to keep his mouth shut and bring the
bundle straight to the bank.
Twenty-five minutes later Searles learned
that hia bargain waa too short In ths legs
and too tight In the band. He had like
wise seen himself standing on tip toe, cran
ing his neck into a back window of the
Rogers block. And, even as he had seen
himself, some one else probably had seen
him. There was the rub.
Still, those trousers were good end could
be made better. If the story of their pur
chase got out he could Invite the Jokers to
view a pair of elegant new trousers at
least, they would be elegant when over
hauled by his tailor. Long, up in the city.
He should go tomorrow.
Having thus fortified himself agalnat at
tack, he went home and met a solemn lit
tle wife. Searle's heart aank the moment
he looked at her. The story of hi method
Of attending the sale was probably all over
town and thla waa the way it affected
Lilian. Lilian sat on bis knee, and aald:
Lemmy, why don't you ask me to con
"Confess!" exclaimed Searles In surprise.
A tear rolled doVn her cheek.
"Tou didn't even read my note."
A light brke In on Searlea. He began
"If no laughing matter to lose your
muff, sobbed Lilian. Oh, Lemmy, it'a awful.
I laid It down at the aale it coat $26-e.nd
soms one made a mistake and sold It for
3S eenta and we can't find It. Oh, dearl Oh,
Searle forgot the trousers. He threw his
head back and roared.
I can't see anything to laugh at," ob
served his wife, her tone ruffled by his
eoat front. "Tou would not laugh If you
had to have your fingers freese all the rest
of the winter, unless." she liberated one
eye and surveyed Ma face, "unless you'll
give me another, Lemmy, dear."
But Lemuel suddenly hardened his heart
now that the trousers scars was over.
"I can't afford to run rummage sales
on $3 muffs," he grumbled, and returned to
The next day Searles and his dress suit
case repaired to the city, only to find that
the way of the transgressor Is hsrd. The
tailor shook his head over the trousers
He feared that when the garment wa en
larged the old aeama would show.
Searles went up the following week.
according to Instructions, and found a
pair of uncomfortably tight trousers, with
long, faded streaks conspicuously showing
themselves a quarter of an inch from every
Long advised hia customer to allow him
to send the garment around the corner to a
dyer who would make the entire garment
one ahado darker, and ao conceal the
Searles asked the price of the suggested
treatment, shut his teeth and aald. "Take
'am." The tailor followed him to the door.
"I forgot to tell you that I was obliged to
rellne them throughout, the old lining
wss so worn."
Searlea half way down ths stairs made
remark. The tailor did not hear distinctly,
but accepted It a pleaaant "Good-day,"
nd returned It.
One week later Searle wa seated In
the train, hrtneward bound. At hia feet
Stood his dress suit caae. containing a pair
of elegant dark blue trousers which proved
themselves a "close call," the dyeing
process having ahrunken them. Their
weary owner waa employed In Itemising on
ths back of an old letter.
Searles added the column three tlmea.
Then, tearing up the envelope, he scattered
It piece by piece along eighteen mllea of
track. Ha hoped the distance would ef
fectlvely separate those Items.
Hs carried hia suit raae horns, reflecting
on hi blessings. Three weeks had slapaed
alnra the aale. and he had not heard One
word concerning his share In It. Ths trous
ers were ao nearly new that he would not
have to tell his wife a lie about them, and.
after all. they were a bargain. In thla
amiable frame of mind he walked Into hia
Lilian bad Just come In. She was warm
tag tea small, plump, red fingers over ths
grate. She exhibited each chUly digit to
him In turn. The muff had not been re
cowered. "Want to see my new trousers?" ssked
Searle cheerfully, wishing to change the
He shook out the trousers In all their
freshness and folds and swung them before
his wife's eyes. She merely vouchsafed
them a glance.
"How much did they eotr
Lemuel had anticipated thla question,
hence the figuring on the train. Just $15 at
Long's," he replied glibly.
Mre. Searle took hold of the hem of one
leg gingerly. She elevated her noes.
"t'gh, how they amell!"
Searles knew that the odor wa due to
the recent dyeing, but all he aald waa:
"Store smell on the cloth, probsbly."
His wife picked up the other trouser leg.
She evinced a coming Interest. 8he turned
the legs over and tried the quality of the
cluth. She examined the hems and gssed
at the seams with a critical eye. Then
she raised her child-like blue eyee to her
Lemmy, how can you tell such stories?
They were marked Just $:. I thought at
the time It waa ridiculously cheap, because
I remember you paid Just $20 for them, and
then grew stout so fast that you really
never wore them much."
Searles reached for a chair, and sat down
weakly. The trousers fell on the floor in
heap. Hia own old trousers! And he.
Lemuel Searlea, banker, had he groaned
"Lemmy, what Is the matter?"
"Lilian, you have one strong point for
which I am very thankful! Tou never see
Lilian looked pusxled, and Lemuel
thoughtful. His eyes fell on her red hands.
His face became animated.
Lily, how would you like to go up to
the city tomorrow and look at muffs?"
"And a collar"
"Of seal skin"
"Tou shall have 'em both If you will
do me a little favor"
"I'll do anything In the world for you."
"But this Is something you are not to do
you are not to tell."
FOUR KILLED IN ELEVATOR
Cage with Ita Haraaw Freight Drops
for Fifty Feet Victims
PITTSBURG, May a.-One man and
three women were killed and five or eix
Injured last night at 102 Fifth avenue, a
building occupied by a dancing academy.
The breaking of a wire cable caused the
elevator cage to drop fifty feet
Albert Meyers waa held a prisoner for
more than an hour. While firemen and
volunteer rescuers were preparing rigging
to lift the machine he lay pinioned under
the wreckage. A fireman endangered hi
life by dropping Into the mas ot wreckage
and holding the Injured man' head.
When the accident occurred over 400 men,
women and children were on the dancing
floor. Scorea of policemen were present
and ordered all person in the building to
remain quiet In thla way the people were
allowed to paaa from the building by re
lays, avoiding a panic
It wa almost daybreak thla morning be
fore any of the victim were Identified, and
at 10 o'clock the crushed and mulUlated
remain ot a woman were still lying at the
Large crowds surrounded the morgue ail
night awaiting information as to the Identi
fication of the four bodies that had been
taken there from the wane of the acci
dent The bodies were so badly disfigured
and distorted that thorough, identification
wa only possible through marks on the
clothing worn and aa aome had no mark
on their clothing, Identification was im
possible until friends Inquired for them
because missed from their homes.
The unidentified woman is thought to
have come from aome of the suburban
towns, and tha remaina will, likely be Iden
tified during the day.
MISS MAMIE CURTIN. It years old. of
MIBS SUSIE FLANAGAN. 11 years old.
of 427 Woodland avenue, Allegheny.
kaiijjsn p. FLOHR. 18 years old. Mr-.
WOMAN, about It year old.
Thirteen people were cut and bruised, hut
with tha exception of an unidentified man
who is unconscious at the hospital, all ar
expected to recover. A coroner' Jury met
in the court room of the morgue building
thl morning and a rigid Investigation was
at once started.
After the Jury had been aTWrtr-ri frti4 V-rl
viewed the remaina of the victims, friends
were given permission to remove tha bodies.
uei now tne accident hannana ...
been determined. John Morrleon, one of
.ne survivors, say the ear waa packed
so that he waa unable to move. It was
the weights and not the drop of five stor
ies that killed and maimed moat of the
people in the elevator.
Prof. Oillla. who was operating h. i..
vator when the accident happened, was
arrested today and later Coroner McOeary
u,,, ura witn murder. Oillls
is a mechanical engineer and was Instruc
tor at the Instltut. n.truc
Waye of the Poker Player.
"That man la a nokar nia..
elevated road ticket seller after he had
pushed a hit of pasteboard thrmi.h k.
dow to a hurried man carrying a ault casa.
inerea a great deal to be learned from
the way a paasencer lava down hi.
Take that chap who Juat dropped hi ticket
into me cnopper box. He paid for ova
ticket with a quarter, aettlna- ,,. ii,.i.
In change. Tha thing that gave him away
waa the way ha laid down hia coin. The
average man alapa hia nickel down and let
It lie. This man held his nlrw.i , a
tha flrat Joint of hia forefinger and tossed
it gently toward me across the counter
with 'reverse English' the trick nf n.i..
player who can flip a chip upon a table
ana maxe it settle to ths fraction of an
Inch. He didn't take the nickel that way
intentionally. It's Imply a habit" Nsw
Frisco's Gift to the Presldeat.
Ban Francisco's aouvenlr alft ta Praairlant
nooaeveit is a solid gold cup In the ahap of
a champagne glass. Tha cun la twaiva
Inches high, but the slender stem make its
height aeem greater. The diameter of the
cowl at the tun la six and a half Inches,
and that of the base four and a half Inches
The bowl holds nearly a quart. Around It
are tne words, "Ban Franclaoe Greet Presl
dent Roosevelt." and around the bass Is the
Inscription, "San Francisco, California
May 11th, 190S." The word "California," or
the baae, curves about a hand-earve
medallion of the great aeal of the sute. Ti
cs se for the cup Is of fins leather, mounted
with gold and finished witn white satin. On
the case la a cold nlata. Inscribed Thi
ddie 'Roosevelt. President of the United
A Remarkable Naval Feat.
One ot the moat remarkable feata In naval
affair v aa tha one recently accomplished
by one of England' battleship that of
sailing over 1.0OV mile without a rudder.
It certainly reflect great credit on its offi
cers. There is also great credit due Hos
teller' Stomach Bitter for It unequalled
record of cure of dlsslneaa. nausea, sour
stomach. Indigestion, dyspepsia, constipa
tion, bllllousness and malaria road during
ths last fifty ye us. A trial will convince
you ot it value. Our Privet Stamp U
ever the reck of the bottle.
OH!! in ORIRR 01 53.00 oach to bo given to
UU IU I i llld.tiU tho School Children of America
School Children' Competitive Advertising Contest No. 219
. Jack $PRaT Could zwaofax
fy .VA MTU Pmrf I
This 'sketch wss made by Lucille
Til ton, ge 10, Dallas School, Dalian
We give a easb priie of 95.00 for any
drawing of.thi character which we
accept and use. All school children can
compete. Full Instruction, will be found
on Inside of eaoh package of Egg-0-See
telling what to do to get the prize and how
to make tho drawings.
The perfection of cereal food pur
ity. Even the water with which the
grain is moistened in the process of
manufacture is carefully filtered in
order to exclude every possible im
purity. Delicious in flavor, digestive
and strength building.
Notfl The price ot Egg-O-See
is 10 cents for a full size pack
such as is usually sold for 15 cents.,
The largest food mill in the world with
the most approved labor saving ma
chinery, enables us to make the best
flaked wheat' food at this lower price.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THE GREEN PACKAGE.
If roar groeer does not keea It, sead aa bis name aad 10 seats, aad wa
will sead yoa package, prepaid
Address all communication to Battle Creek Breakfast Food Co., Qulncy, 111.
I r 1 w
S Battle Creek,
Made by the
BREAKFAST FOOD CO.
, Mich. Quinsy, If
Mamma is cross all the time
Have patience with her she can't help it. She doesn't
know what is the matter with her perhaps you do not yourself;
but rest assured it is a case of "nerves." Often, while in a state
of apparent health, a careful note will reveal the fact that a gen
eral breakdown "of the nervou system has commenced. This .
" breakdown is so gradual as to almost escape the attention of the
victim, but the most common symptoms are Irritability of tem
per, lack of concentration, inability to fix the mind upon
work, absent-mindedness, hysteria, weeping, vague, un- '
grounded fears, and if not attended to, years of a miserable
existence are dragged out; Gray's
py Fodi Fifll,
are made in a form to be easily taken at any and all times. One
of the greatest troubles in curing a case of this kind is that a
woman will not take medicine regularly. She hates to dirty
the spoon a big nasty bottle is not enticing. Put up in the
small shape of the Nerve Food Pills, this medicine has every ad
vantage of the liquid form, losing none of its strength or healing
power, and at the same time is very convenient for the
, patient. Take one Nerve Food phi after each meal and at bed
time. Isn't that easy? Be regular about it and an absolute cure
One box, $1. A full course of treatment three boxes, ?2.50.
Leading druggists in all large cities sell them.
Per sal In Omaha by Sherttlatl 6t McCotltiell DfUg CO., llth and Dodge Streets.
Mail orders filled.
Made by a master of the art of brewing awarded
highest honors at the American Brewing Academy
the only beer made from pure spring water
delicious appetizing healthful.
Delivered to any part of Omaha, Council Bluffs or South Omaha.
Order a case from the JETTER BREWING CO.
OMAHA. Telsnhnns iSd 3 SSHITrf HMihi -ri . .
. . . . " - - aivpnuns o
or LEE MICHELL, wholesale dealer, council bluffs Telephone " ao
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Patient Is m CONSULTATION sod al
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DR. C M. COe. 913 Walnut H., Kens City, Me
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
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