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TIIE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1005.
NEBRASKA AND MINNESOTA
Inttoia InUrait in tb Qam that Cwm
Off os Saturday.
GOPHERS PREPARE FOR FIERCE STRUGGLE
flooth'a Tmhi Will Ba Accompanied
lir Lara; Crowd of Hootera Kr
to Bark the Corahuakara
All the War.
I-incoIn is all stirred up over tha foot
1all gam at Minneapolis Saturday between
Minnesota ajid the Cornliuskora, and Hie
Indications are that the resources of the
transportation of the, Northwestern railroad
will be taxed to carry the people who Mill
accompany the tram when it goes to beard
the Gophers In their own camp.
Minnesota rooters have come to look, upon
their team aa Invincible since the advent of
Dr. Williams as couch, and this has boon
about true with a few notable exceptions.
Wisconsin took the wind out of their sails
a week ago. which shows that Minnesota
can be beaten this year. Thla fact gives the
rooters at Lincoln great encouragement and
many there ore who hope for victory and
more who will back their opinion that Ne
braska will score.
Minnesota, bad experts on the sidelines
nt the Colorado-Nebraska, game and these
reported that Nebraska would be no foe to
be despised, but that the Cornhuskers
would com to Minneapolis with Just as
large a team as Dr. Williams haa to send
against them and that, although In some
points they might be a trifle weak. In
others they would be found exceptionally
strong. At any rate Dr. Williams haa put
his team behind closed doors for this week's
practice anil the men are being put through
new stunts In special preparation for the
Game at Omaha.
Lincoln enthusiasts are also worked up
over the prosruct of a renewal of athletic
relations between Kansas and Nebraska and
when this Is brought about Omaha will In
all likelihood be given one of the big N
liraska games. The athletic managers
realize that they need Omaha an the arene
of one of their annual contests, for several
reasons. One of the principal reasons Is
that an Omaha game will tend to greatly
twell the exchequer of the athletic asso
elation as about twice as many people
would turn out at Omaha as can get into
tha grounds at Lincoln. With a seating
rapacity for 1000 at Vinton street park It
would be no trouble at all to construct as
large bleachers as needed along the side
lines when a crowd of 15.000 could easily be
Western teams have all been maklngfcooil
records In foot ball this fall, the Nebraska
learn having been scored upon but twice
Michigan and South Dakota. Michigan has
a. clean record and no team has crossed
the Minnesota goal line except Wisconsin
Wisconsin has been scored upon twice and
Chicago once. The record of the games
played by the principal western teams are
given, and show the scoring powers of some
Df those teams.
. gtatlatlra I p to Satnrday.
Michigan. In Its game with Ohio Stat on
Saturday, passed the ) mark In point
cored. The statistics of the leading eleven
Michigan f Ohio Weslevan.... n
Michigan 44 Kalamazoo 0
Michigan ? Case o
Michigan 2.1 Ohio Northern 0
Michigan 1 Vanderbllt II
Michigan 31 Nebraska o
Michigan 70 Albion 0
Michigan 4S Drake 0
Michigan. W Illinois 0
Michigan 40 Ohio State 0
Michigan.... 4iS Opponents ..' 0
Chicago 33 lawrence 0
Chicago i 15 Wahaah 0
Chicago .T Helnll .o
Chicago... 12 Iowa li
Chicago 1 Indiana ,"
Chicago.. v 4 Wisconsin i
Chicago Northwestern 0
Chicago IS Purdue 0
Enrllsh In the Orafton and Middlesex fog
hound match, which concluded today, after
two weeks of excellent sport. While the
contest whs close, the decision was unan
imous, the report being signed by all three
CAPTAI V AIDER BOOM BREAKS ARM
Foot Ball Team Grcntlg Weakened by
Arrldent to Crack Player.
afADISON. Wis. Nov. 14 Captain Van-
flerboom of the Wisconsin univeriity foot
bull team, broke his arm In practice to
Vanderboom plaved left half and ihs
accident greatlv weakened the tam for the
contest with Michigan next Saturday, upon
the result of which depends In a great
degree the western championship.
WITH THE BOWLERS.
The Ston Blue Ribbons were very rude
with the Kruc Park team last night and
took three straight games. Like Monday
night's match every gBtne was so close
mat tne results were in doubt up to tne
last frames. It was a nice aeries to watch.
as the best of good nature prevailed
throughout, and at the finish the Krug
boys congratulated their opponents upon
their victory. Zimmerman was high man
Tonight there Is a special match on the
association alleys between the Krug Parks
and the L,lre Malt of the Commercial
86'J 873 871
STORZ BLUE RIBBONS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Totals 877 903 SIB 2.C96
I.st night in the Commercial league
games on the Lcntz & Williams alleys the
FalKtaffs took two out of three games.
Hrer holding high score. The Life
Malts and Armour No. 2 postponed their
meet until Friday night.
1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
Jay 167 176 146 487
Rush lT.a 1H1 HH 477
Carman 166 1W 114 477
Merger 183 1M) 21.1 W'l
Bcselin lttl 1M ll 632
Total 82S 78 iw8 2.664
STEPHENS & SMITH.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Stine 11 164 I'd 4X
Hambelt 12 14 175 4!tt
Henricks 178 216 19 iVS
Drinkwater 174 146 182 &l
Loughlan 137 180 181 438
Total 822 840 S7S 2,540
When CbnUlnn Dice.
SUTTON. Neb., Nov. H.-To the Editor
of The Bee: A comes Into my place of
business to throw dice for cigars. A gets
beat three games and B gets iieat three
times. How much money docs A owe B
for cigars? How many cigars docs A get
and B. E. N. OCHSEl'R.
Ans. It's a standoff. Each gets three
cigars and each owes for three.
1 Opponents D
Wisconsin 1H Marinette 0
Isconsln 4: Naperville 0
Wisconsin 2!t Marquette 0
Wisconsin SI Ijiwrcnce 0
Wisconsin 21 Notre Dame 0
Wisconsin... 17 Alumni 0
Wisconsin 0 Chicago 4
Wisconsin 1 Minnesota 12
Wisconsin 44 Beloil 0
Wisconsin........ .?2H Opponents 10
Minnesota. 42 St. Thomas 0
Minnesota 46 North Dakota 0
Minnesota...... 42 Ames 0
Minnesota. 39 Iowa 0
Minnesota 4fi Lawrence ... 0
Minnesota '. 12 Wisconsin 16
Minnesota ... 81 South Dakota 0
High Bowling Record.
CANTON. O.. Nov. 14. At the state
bowling tournament here this afternoon
L. Frantz of Cleveland, In three games,
rolled T-V. This is claimed by members
of the Ohio association to be the highest
Individual score ever rolled at a tourna
ment, thereby breaking the world's record.
Fits ssd Gardner Met Once.
OMAHA, Nov. 14. To the Editor of The
Ree: How many times did Fttzsimmona
and Oeorge Gardner meet, where did they
meet and what was the result.
Ans. Once, at San Francisco. November
25, 1903. Twenty rounds, Fltz won.
....306 Opponents .
.... 6 Knox '..
.... fi Wabash
.... 24 Naperville ...
.... 12 St. Iuln
.... 0 Purdue
.... .10 P. and 8
.... 0 Michigan
, 78 Opponents 68
Nebraska 30 Grand Island o
Nebraska 10 Lincoln High 0
Nebraska 42 South Dakota 6
Nebraska 16 Knox 0
Nebraska O MIchiKan 31
Nebraska 102 Creighton 0
Nebraska VI Ames 0
Nebraska 18 Colorado 0
Nebraska 249 Opponents 37
Northwestern 11 North Division 0
Northwestern S Wabash 0
Northwestern 18 Helolt 2
Northwestern O Kentucky 0
Northwestern 0 Chicago 3!
Northwestern 3n Marquette 6
Northwestern 14 Ohio Northern 0
America Hounds Win.
I PPERVILLE. Va.. Nov. 14. The Ameri
can hounds won the decision over tha
The Omaha High school foot ball team
will play the Council Bluffs team at Lake
Mnnnwa park Saturday afternoon. This
Is the game which was scheduled for the
Sprague Street Driving park two weeks
ago and which was postponed because of
the deluge of rain. The local boys are
quite confident after the ease with which
they wiped up Missouri Valley last Satur
day, but are nevertheless putting In their
best licks at practice.
.The Omaha Commercial college team will
meet the Fort Crook soldiers at Vinton
Street park Saturday afternoon and the
game should ba a corker. The soldiers
have been encouraged to put In good licks
at practice after the good showing which
they have made so far this season and are
receiving the hearty backing of the whole
fort. The garrison at Fort Crook has a big
heavy team and all that was lacking In the
early part of the season was training which
would permit the men to play for a whole
game. This branch of the game has been
RECORD OF CITY TREASURER
statement by Heanlnars to Com
mercial ( lob Shows What
' He Haa Done.
In view of the fact that the Commercial
club In former years has been Interested
In his work. City Treasurer Hennlnga Tues
day aent a communication to the executive
committee of . the club summing up his
record. It is In part aa follows:
During the five years I have been In
office, that la, from 190ft to 1906. the sum of
tl. 757,963. 04 In personal taxea was levied by
the city of Omaha. Of this. $126,000 was en
Joined by the courts and the net personal
taxes to be collected amounted ' to $1,S2.
9'.1 04. During the five years I actually- col
lected a total In premiums and Interest of
l.hu.hM 42, wnicn is l0.6).;tK more"rersonai
taxes than were levied during said period.
This Is a showing which no city In the
I'nlted States the size of Omaha or larger
A communication waa received from the
Denver Chamber of Commerce and the
Denver Board of Trade, Inviting the club
to take part in a conference of commercial
bodies of the beet sugar .states. H. G.
Leavitt was tnarie the clubs representa
tive. Commissioner McVann reported the Red
Oak MUlwork company of Red Oak, la.,
and the Bear Cabinet company of Avoca.
Ia., had effected a combination with cer
tain Omaha people, whose namea have not
been disclosed, and will establish a factory
in Omaha for the manufacture of lawn
swings, bookcases, cabinets and other
wooden articles. The company has a deal
on for possession of the Doup mattress fac
tory at Thirteenth and Nicholas streets,
when Mr. Doup shall move Into his new
ALONG ORIENT TO MEXICO
Ktbraikani in Fartj Entertained, by Dial
and Other Statesmen.
GUESTS OF STILLWELL ON THE TRIP
Representative Carrie Telia of Road's
Progress and Opportunities of
It and the Conntry It
The Nebraskans who made the trip from
Kansas City to the City of Mexico over the
new Kansas City, Mexico A Orient rail
road to Inspect the road and to Investigate
the country reached Omaha Tuesday night
on their return trip, delighted with their
outing and Immensely pleased with what
In all the party consisted of eighty people,
representing twelve states, with one mem
ber from Ixmdon. Tho Nebraska party
consisted of: Charles F. McOrew, vice
president of the Omuha National bunk: C.
II. Brown of the Omaha National bunk;
Dr. A. Bear, vice president, and C. E.
Burnhaiu, president of the Norfolk Na
tional bank; C. A. Johnson, president of the
Nebraska National bank of Crawford: Rep
resentative Frank Cunie, stock grower ot
Crawford; C. F. Coffee, stock grower of
Chairon; E. C. Harris, president of the
First National bank of Chadron.
Among the railroad men on the trip were:
Arthur E. Stllwell, president of the Kan
sas City, Mexico & Orient, and E. Dickin
son, vice president and general manager
of the road and formerly general manager
of the Union Pacific, located in Omaha.
Gneata of President Dlas.
The train consisted of eight coaches, the
finest of the road. Including five Pullmans,
a diner, buffet and baggage car. The party
was the guest at a reception given by
President Diaz, by the vice president of
Mexico and by the governor of Chihuahua
and entertained by the municipal officers
of the towns at which the special stopped.
The train left Kansas City October 28 and
returned November 13.
In discussing the trip Representative
"It was the most enjoyable trip I ever
took In my life or ever expect to take.
We stopped at all tho Important places in
Mexico enroute to the capital and made
side trips Into the surrounding country
from seventy-five to 150 miles. Every mile
of the new road Is through a productive
country and during the whole of its course
does not touch a desert. The country Is
excellent and the northern part is being
rapidly settled up with Americans and be
fore long the Americans will have all of It.
That portion which we visited is rich in
agricultural possibilities, minerals and fruit.
The Orient has a direct linn from Kansas
City to Port Stllwell, one ot the best out
lets on the Pacific coast, and Is 600 miles
shorter than any other route.
Vnlon Pacific Earnings.
The statement of transportation opera
tions of the Vnlon Pacific railroad for the
month of September shows earnings
amounting to I3.030.C59. 75. an Increase of
$405,263.14 over the corresponding month of
the previous year. The net earnings for
the three months ending September 30 were
18,381,740.71. an Increase of $1,324,247.19 over
the same three months of lfliM. This report
shows the per cent of gain for September
over September of last year Is over 15 per
cent and that the per cent of gain for the
three months ending Septmber 30 this year
is over 18 per cent over the corresponding
three months cf last year.
at First church. Dr. Woelfkln will preach
at one and Dr. Burllngame at the other.
BEFORE THE PEOPLE'S BAR
Man neta Three Months for striking
Hla Wife with
FOUR MILLIONS IN PERM11S
Enormni Amonnt f Money limited in
Building; in Omaha.
YEAR'S RECORD SURPASSES ALL OTHERS
Three months In Jail was the penalty Im
posed on James Price when arraigned be
fore the people's bar Tuesday morning on
the charge of wife beating.
Price was charged with striking his wife
over the head with a hatchet wielded with
such force that the woman fell over and I
bruised her body on the floor. " 1
The Price family resides ut 1724 Webster
street. The assault occurred last Thurs
day evening, and the trouble is said to
have started when Mrs. Price rebuked her
husband for using vile latiguage In the
presence of the five children. The rolmke
lead to cross words, and later the assault.
The woman was struck with the broad side
of the hatchet and Was attended by Dr.
Vance. She is yet confined to hr bed,'
although the Injuries will have no ii'rlons
results. It Is reported.
Price made little or no defense. One of
his sons apixwred In court und t-stilied
he witnessed the assault. Some lime ago
Price was arrested on the eharfge of In
sanity, but was released when It was
shown he was not Insane, but given to fits
Construction Work Only Barely He
inn, So City Will Be Bnsler
Than Ever for et
Edward Smith, colored, was arraigned in
police court Tuesday morning on a charge
of cutting with intent to wound p. ml kill
Irene Connors. The prisoner waived pre
liminary examination and was bound over
to the district court In the sum cf $1,200.
Robert Ford, also colored and arrested at
the time of the cutting as a state witness,
has been placed under bond for his ap
pearance In the district court.
The cutting of Miss Connors occurred
last week at the Cambridge hot-.i. The
woman received seven knife slushes and
accused Smith of the assault. Smith main
tains, however. Ford did the cutting.
When arrested Smith's clothes and hut
were sputtered with blood.
AUTOISTS STRANDED AT NIGHT
Two Omaha Women Wrecked
Road to Lincoln and Rescued
by Young Man.
Since the first day of J.iiiuarv the build
ing Inspector has granted building 1" units
to the amount of $4.V000. The flumes
were compiled In the office Tuesday morn
ing and what the amount will be lcfore the
end of the year none of the emuloes would
hazard a guess. This record eclipses any
In the history of Omaha. And this record
Is to be materially advanced before De
cember 31, for one of the blpnest of real
estate deals has Just been imul'i and will
be ready for announcement In a day or
two, meaning that the hiKgcxt Individual
permit of the yeur Is yet to be issued.
The building will be one destined to wield
u vital Influence upon the commercial and
Industrial uffalrs of the city. It will mean
the employment of large numbers addition
ally of wage earners.
In point of private us well us public,
small as well as large buildings, Oniuhj.
has this year' outstripped Unythlng of
previous years. It will require mure than
another twelve months to complete all
the building projected, for the largest are
not begun, except the new Brandcls' build
ing, and it la but started. Not a shovel
of dirt has been turned for the new Young
Men's Christian association headquarters;
excavation for the Webster-Sunderland
block Is Just under way, but that for a
number of others of similar proportions Is
yet to be begun.
While, therefore, every building trades
man in Omaha who was willing, haa had
his hands full tjiie year, he is promised a
far more busy season next year, and
doubtless the next.
As the readers of The Bee know, Omaha
ranked first of all American cities for per
cent of Increase In building for October
229 per cent.
the part of the board to reduce the amount
of pay, providing there Is a legal way to
do It. A number of clerks called upon
Secretary purges Tuesday morning to
ssk about the matter, but could got no
PENNYPACKER HAS SUPPORT
Intora In Favor of Program
HARRISM'RG. Pa.. Nov. H.-Sln.e is
suing his proclamation Saturday, calling
for a special session of the legislature to
consider reform legislation Governor Penny
packer has reieivcd assurances of support
from a g'-eal many of the M memliers
of the house of representatives and senate.
The prospect Is that when the legislature
meets on January W a large majority of
the members will be In accord with the
governor and pass the legislation he has
Wright, the Halntnnker. Hjlna.
Word comes from tvin Diego. I'm I., that
W. F. WrlKtit. twenty years or more a
prominent mon of Nemaha county and of
Lincoln, and of late years called "Wright,
the rain maker." Is lying very ill at hia
home In Snn Diego. For several months
he has been confined to the house and la
Rnchmann Wanta In Council.
Justice of the pence Pachmann has shied
tils castor into the nldevnaul'' ring with
the announcement he will make the race
for the rllv council from the Fourth want
next spring. Mr. Richmann wns recently
defeated at th primaries In tho nomina
tions for Justices cf the peace.
LAWYER SP0ILSG00D STORY
Attorney Objects Joit When Colored
' Witness la About to Tell
Taking of testimony In the murder case
of the State against Joseph Koslowskl be
gan Tuesday morning. Most of the wit
nesses for the state are colored men and
there promises to be more or less diversion
from the solemnity of the trial as the case
progresses. Bert Jones, the first witness,
at one point In hla story told how he was
called outside of Roth's saloon.
"A man said a lady wanted to see me
outside. I went out and there waa another
man an" the lady. We sat on a bench
an' wus a-Jonahln' "
"We object, your honor," Interjected
Messrs. English and Murphy of the de
fense, in one breath.
"We wus a-Jonahin' each othah." went on
the witness, who did not at once catch the
significance of the objection, "an' he wua
a-tellln' me how I looked w'en he met me
In Shecago "
"We Insist on our objection. Hold on
there until the court rules," said Mr. Eng
lish, and the witness stopped the "Jonah"
story Just where It waa getting good for
Jones did not see the actual shooting,
but he described the lay of the land where
the killing occurred. He had seen Wil
liam Rollins, who was killed, lying In the
hallway adjoining the saloon after he had
been shot and described the position in
which he lay.
Stranded with an automobile on their
hands and left out in the cold, cold world
on a country road ten miles from Lincoln,
and, according to the principals, about
the same distance from everywhere else,
at the dead of midnight, was tho experi
ence of Mrs. Eva Hammond and Miss
Pearl Lovatt and a young man whose
identity Is not disclosed. All three of the
parties reside In Omaha, and they came
back to this dear old place on, the trail
after having left It tho day before in an
automobile. The machine Is still some
where In sonic blacksmith shop this side
of the great American desert getting re
paired. The three left Omaha Sunday at noon,
intending to go to Falrbury through Lin
coln. Repeated knockouts to the machine
and fumbles by its engineer delayed prog
ress to such an extent that at midnight
on that beautiful Sunday they found them
selves absolutely helpless on the big road
ten miles from Lincoln.
It was an hour later when a young man
from Lincoln, who was passing in his au
tomobile, ran lno them and agreed to
take them to Lincoln. The party arrived
In Lincoln at 2:.m and the young women,
both tired out, but cheerful, retired for a
short rest, while the man in the case was
too Indignant at everybody and everything
to go to sleep, m ha sat up in a big chair
at the Llndell and (gave vent to his feel
ings. They retamed to 1 Omaha on the
train which leaves Lincoln at 6:45 a. m.
No word has been received from the ma
Bids for the purchase and removal of the
two-story brick building located on the
southwest corner of, 14th and Douglas Sts.
FRANK R. KENNARD.
' 15th and Dodge Sts.
"Curiosity klllod tha cat'
There's & limit to
safety when it
comes to feet and
are the bound
aries. Come in
side. Just try
"MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY"
If dealer 4oes net keen them, wo will send any ! M
i gooalnlof nleewlth 3 Jo. additional to nay ferwerdln charge.
UWIS A. CROSSETT. Inc. NORTH ABINGT0M MASS.
PUZZLE OVER TAX MATTERS
Question at City Hall la When Do
They Become Dne and
An Important question which City Treas
urer Hennings and the legal department
of the city will soon have to decide Is
whether Omaha taxes become due and de
linquent In December. The general rev
enue law provides that taxes shall become
delinquent aa follows: Personal taxes. De
cember 1 of the year the levy was made;
real estate, on May 1 following the levy,
except In cities which have the right to
levy their own taxes.
A city official holda that under the new
charter Oamha relinquished Us right to
levy and collect taxes and gave that light
to the county and consequently the gen
eral law would prevail. The charter pro
vides also the general laws shall govern
when the personal and real estate taxea
ahall become a lien on the property, which
la October 1 of the present year, while un
der the old charter the taxea became a
Hen on the property In February of the
present year, making the last a second lion.
The matter has not yet been presented
formally to the city attorney, though
probably it will be In a short time.
PROMINENT BAPTISTS HERE
Delegates to Conference Lasting;
Three Daya Arrive from
Rev. Cornelius Woelfkln, D. D.l and Mrs.
Woelfkln of Brooklyn, and Rev. J. Francis,
D. D., of New York, arrived in Omaha,
Tuesday morning to attend the Baptist
evangelistic conference, which will be held
Wedneaday, Thursday and Friday at Cal
vary Baptist church. Rev. R. E. Burl
ingame, D. D., or Chicago, Dr. Gilford of
New York, and Rev. E. E. ChlVere. D. D.,
of New Tork, will be here Wedneaday
morning. All these divines are to Instruct
the local pastors in evangelistic work.
Invitations have been ant to tha Baptist
ministers In Iowa and Nebraska within a
radius of 100 miles from Omaha.
After the conference, evangelistic meet
ings will be begun at Calvary church and
NEWS FOR THE ARMY.
Maior M. Gray Zalinski. chief quarter
master. Department of the Missouri, loft
Sunday evening on a fifteen days' leave of
absence in the east, accompanied by Mrs.
Kallnskl. Captain Thomas Swobe Is acting
chief quartermaster of the department dur-ins-
the absence of Maior Zalinski.
The following general court-martial sen
tences have been promulgated: tTivaies
Iiuis B. Watson, Company K. Eighteenth
Infantry, Fort Leavenworth, desertion, dis
honorable discharge and three months' Im
prisonment; Charles Householder. Troop L,
Seventh cavalry. Fori Leavenworth, deser
tion, dishonorable discharge and eight
months' Imprisonment; Claude E. Ballet.
Company A, Eighteenth Infantry, Fort
Leavenworth, absence without leave, dis
honorable discharge and three months' im
prisonment ; Oeorge Deuitt, Troop K, Elev
enth cavalry, Fort Des Moines, conduct
prejudicial to good order and military dis
cipline and drunkenness, dishonorable dls
chaige and six months' imprisonment;
Richard Eley. Company K, Third battalion
engineers. Fort Leavenworth, desertion,
diHhonorable discharge and two years Im
prlsonment; Henry D. Chesney, Sixty-first
comnanv coast artillery, rort Lavenwortn
desertion, dlnhonorable discharge and eight
een months Imprisonment ; William Hock
adav. Troop H. Ninth cavalry. Fort Leav
enworth. conduct prejudicial to good order
and military dlsclollne, olsnonorable ills.
charge and eighteen months' Imprisonment;
Jim Kellev. Company K. Eleventh Infantry.
Fort D. A. Russell, conduct prejudicial to
good order and military discipline, dishon
orable discharge and two years imprison
EXTRA r M DRY
In suto led to painful accident, but Buck
len's Arnica Salve quickly healed nil
wounds. 25 cents; guaranteed. For sale by
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
ELECTION OFFICERS AFRAID
On Ineasy Kent Lest School Hoard
Cots Their Stipend One-Third.
Many clerks and judges of the election
are becoming uneasy lest the school board
refuse to allow them ! a day which has
been the custom heretofore, t Should the
board allow this sum it wl mean each
will receive $9 for the day's work, the city
and countv board each contributing $0.
Monday night the board referred the mat
ter to its attorney, as the work was ma
terially reduced by the use of the voting
machines and there is a disposlion upon
M i jLikej
THE (J I 1 J J
is a reform in man's dress. $1.50
and up, in white or exclusive color
ful fabrics. At leading storei.
CLUETT. PE.B00Y a CO.. Troy. N.V.
T-r-n n iwi in hi i wmiihi mm m tf
While it istrtlethat Scrofula may he acquired tinder certain conditions,
It is usually inherited. Parents wbo are related by the ties of blood, or who
have a consumptive tendency, or family blood taint of any character, are sure
to transmit it to their children in the form of Scrofula. . Swollen glands,
brittle bones, poor digestion, weak
eyes, Catarrh, emaciated bodies find I inherited Sc-ofula, and about jrea
J ' , , ... .. . , years ago aufferod Intensely from
general weak constitutions are the It. Tried every doctor available at
principal wavs in which the dis- ft utt "P'V'j
1 f . . , infact,hai given up all hope ot being
case IS manifested. lhe blood has cured, and as a dying-man will grasp at
been diseased from birth, and being in yrilV wiil.To
iuia luuuiuuu .auuui i ut. 1 1 j uuiu - is . 9. o. Aiien.KinK Bix Doilies, a ieif
ish the body and Scrofula is the re- 7KlhJiaJlT.'
. , J ... .. , . , . tlnued to take it for abont six months,
Bult. A hereditary disease like this taking in ail about fifteen, bottles,
can only be reached, by a constitu- .VTwIh. STOCKTON,
tional remedy and nothing1 equals
S S. S. as a cure for it. It cleanses and strengthens the deteriorated blood,
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