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BLUE AND CRIMSON READY
Don't go shabby on Thanksgiving day because you can't I
spare the money for a new Buit or Overcoat. We will sell
Z TViof la i
Coaoboi for Yale, ini Harvard Are Con
fidant of Vxtirj Today.
CROWD GREATEST iN HISTORY OF GAME
Excitement Rint HUh and Ticket
An Selling; from fflO ta f-S--(me
rhiiri In Tale.
Omaha sml 5uth Omaha, nwlnt to thei
fiddly afforded hv tne street mrs. The I
cars will run every half hour and enough
win w put mi to nap. ne inn crown, inn
game will be called promptly Bt 3 p. ni.
Heiicvue's lineup: Marvel, left end; Carey,
left tackle; Walcntt or Jimt-n, left guard,
Keerns. center: Haunders, right guard;
Henderson, light tacale; Pntton, right end;
G. ienon, tpiartet tiack; Tolles. li It half
back; H. Benson, right hallbark; Harte,
That is real credit the kind that gives you ample time to'
pay and allows for sickness or mishaps.
. Don't forget we are the only credit store in Omaha giv
ing Green Trading Stamps. Ask for them.
BIG INDUCEMENTS TO OVERCOAT BUYERS
Big cut in prices on all our Suits and Overcoats. Every
garment is made of finest materials, hand-tailored tnrougn
out, and modeled according to the latest decrees of fashion.
$25 Overcoats, $18
Kersey, Melton, Tweeds and
Cheviot Cloths; models con
servative; medium long
length or half-form fitting
wonderful (Tji f
hf V 0 CS)
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Jim ! ' '
Men's High grade Suits
dingle or doub e breasted
steds, cheviot, tbibett eto.
daw grey plaids browns
black etc. Models are
semi form fitting, 422.50
. una ojsuiai oa u uav
iTr-U F Men's Black Thibet Suits, Ve-
'' A. netian lined, well tailored
i hM sin nn
"Vj oatututty pwww
THE LEADING CREDIT CLOTHIERS.
I CLOTHING COMPANY
COR, J4m & DOUGLAS
Via th Only Doublo Track Routo
Tickets on Sale Dec. -1st to
.4th, Good Till Dec. 10th
CITY OFFICES, 1401-3 Farnam St.
NEW HAVEN. Conn.. Nov. 21 The ad
vance guard 'of the host whloli wll Invade
this city tomorrow to witness what prom
ised to ho the greatest battle on a C0H05C
j arldlron In many years, the content between
I Talc and Harvard, took peHdeuslon of the
I university community tonight. Yale gradu
i atoa were everywhere, a Jubilant crowd as
It marched through the college grounds pr
up and down the city street. Club, hotel
and lodging house accommodations were
taken days ago, but to most of the over
night visitors the doors of the dormitories
were open and moat of the throng found
quarters for the night.
Such a night before the battle New Haven
lias not seen In many years. Tonight the
I streets of the city had much the appear-
hjiuu 01 reunion aaya ai commencement
time, except that the fantastic, garb of the
elaoses was absent. Blue was the prevail
ing color, of course, but there was enough
of the Harvard crimson to be Been to show
the enthusiasm of the supporters.
Tale I'adera-radaatea Meet.
The most Interesting gathering was that
of undergraduates at Alumni haH at which
; a number' of the players rpoke. For the
first time In the history of Tale such -a
meeting was held on the eve of a game,
I and the one reason given for It was that
Yale feels that It must win tomorrow be
i cause of the situation developed over a dls
1 pute over the selection of the game officials.
This Incident is looked upon as of serious
I Importanc e by partisans of the. Blue, as all
I manner of reports about the dispute arc
afloat and excitement runs high. ' At one
time today it was thought that the mass
' meeting might resolve Itself Into a mlM In-
1 Hlmatlnn niAnttnr Hilt tliA enriaeriTn ttve
men checked that, feeling.
The Yale eleven and substitutes had their
last practice on the Held this ' afternoon,
winding up with a bonfire while the eleven
gave the Omega Lamba Chi dance., and
'cheers for the freshman team, which is
j unbeaten, for the substitutes, the coachs
' und for Captain Morse. Head Coach Kock
well decided that Roome shall go In at
right halfback, replacing Knox, who Is still
suffering from a bruised shoulder. ' Alcott
will start the game at right end, but prob
ably will give way to Howard Jones In the
second half. "Tad" Jones will ' run ' the
team with Dine as his first substitute.
The back field substitutes are Bomar for
Roome, Linn for ' Veeder and We'rnec'ken
for Captain Morse. Veeder and Bomar did
some fine punting this afternoon.
tale Men Feeling- Well.
Every man on the Yale team i fooling
well, itven Roome, who has not played
In a regular game since October 20, is fully
recovered from his muscle bruises. By
pubstltutlng Roome for ' Knox, Yale gains
extra weight In the back field and a better
defensive player. The team went to the
college infirmary on Prospect hill early
In the evening. The general feeling over
the game la that it will ,be unusually hard
fought. The whole college la foot ball mad
and the enthusiasm which will be carried Griffith
to the field will be far greater than It ever Doll
was before. The betting on the game Is
becoming spirited. Most of the betting was
done at 8 to 4 and 11 to 6 on Yale.
The Harvard quad spent today quietly.
Only signal practice was ordered. During Suit on
the morning the men enjoyed a long walk Walrns
through the country. All of the players
were In excellent, shape, and full of con
fidence. Hurra rd la Confident.
Head Coach Reid stated that Harvard
neVer entered a-big game with more con
fidence. .Captain Koster said: "Coach Reld
has expressed my sentiments."
The Harvard coaches all expressed the
greatest confidence In the team and thought
Harvard would, win by a narrow margin.
Tonight tho price of tickets for the game
ranged from $10 to $23.
The weather Indications are clear and
cold with a fresh northerly breese.
YALE. . HARVARD.
Forbes UE.K.E Starr
.faigo Ul-liti Pierce
tvrloes ;.. L.O.I K.U. Kersnerg
jiorkenberger :.C......' Parker
CAR I-OAU OF FISH I CtT-OFF
I-ara-e Tfnmbrr Takea from Gibson
take bT Commissioner O'Rrlen.
Fish Commissmner O'Brien brought In a
carload of nsn Thursaay, wnkn mwic the
hearts of the fisnei men rejoice, aa tney
heaid.they wtTe ml to bo put in Cut I'll
Use. Too fish were obtained itl Gioson's
lake, across tno river from iNebrastia 1 ity,
where .the lake Is to Ue oralneu to maae
way for an irrigation ditch. Mr. O Hilen
got permission trom- the Iowa authorities
10 go Into tn Inks with a seine and the
1111 ,ne iixjr out will heip cunaiueraoiy in
e stocking of the lake. Among the fish
1111 eu ana which weis dumiMU Into Cut
On lake were, ouu baas, ranging trom six
Inches to three and a naif pouiiua and from
Is months to 6 years n ue. One big let
low we.ignert five pounds and ten oiincey.
h will make some Msoerman think he has
a wnaie on nls hook if he ever Uectucs to
take the luru. Three thousand craiples,
weighing up to a pound each, aiso weie iUi
in and sume of tneso were so large tnoy
choseu the necks of the cans ns tney were
poured out into the lake. Tne largest num
ber of hen was the sunfish and blue gills,
of which they weie 7.0H set loose. A sur
prising thing whlrh the commiasioner met
witn was tne way tn lako was froien
over. Five men walked abreast .onto tne
lake, carrying the heavy cans and still tno
leu, which was two Inches thick, carried
them. Skating will soon be lino with Jutl
a little more cold weather.
'Are there many ringers nowndays?"
queried a race follower at Emeryville the
other morning. You might as well ask
me If all gamblers are honoxt.
"Where do thev pull off most of the good
things? In little old New York, my boy;
right near where you can look upon the
lights of the great city.
"On the big tracks down by the Atlantic,
where you run Into a watchman every ten
paces and where an army of otilctals keep
tab on everything and everybody. That s
where the boys, from Texas and the middle
west race an occasional nag that has wan
dered from his parentage and forgot his
regular name. Of course, once In a great
while they catch some one with the giioris,
but these arc isolated case.-. I once knew
of two horses that looked so alike only
those closest to them could tell them apart.
Where wi It? Never mind; it wouldn't
do you any good to know now. They were
rtabled on the outside and the owners took
care of them no help about or drunken
swipes to tip It off. One of these hor&es
waa of stake class, the other n. cheap little
old nt. When there was 'nothing doint;'
they would send the crab to the post. Of
course, he would le beaten, and no one
bothers about dlgglm; up the Identity of an
also ran nag. But whenever the Important
nnizumu (found Its way Into the ring, vou
can bet your life the real article paraded
past the grand stand. When he won. no
one could say a word. Ho ran In his right
name. This game was played at least a
"Did they, get the money? Oh. hush. man.
One of them Is now down In the 'Nation.'
where he has a few thousand acres of the
best land there.
"And the other?
"Well, son, It wouldn't do you any good
to know where the other chap Is now."
Ban Francisco Chronicle.
Kid Herman and retinue, consisting of
fiulte a number of the business men of
Tonnpah, passed through Omaha Thursday,
enroute west for his light with Joe Guns,
which is to take place .in Tonapah. -
WITH THE HOWLERS.
' The Life Malts took three straight from
the o'brien's Monte Crlstos on the Metro
politan alleys last night. Fagerberg of the
O'Brien's,- by hnrd work, captured the
booby prize of the season. In fact. It was
nn off night for the whole O'Brien team,
l'hillo of tho Life Malts had high single,
game with 202, aluo high on totals with 577.
1st. 'itl. 3d. Total.
, 123 145 111 H7
, 1SR 1H4 413
153 1S6 r.x 117
l.lti 117 1!"! ' 172
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L.ri Foatur (C.)
'At the Association alleys last night the
Onlmods-and Meta brothers teams bowled
both, the regular match and a postponed
series. The detailed score below will tell (
the story of the. six ga.mes, fought to ai
finish, und every one in doubt to the last I
frame. The Metz boys won the first by .
four pins, then the Onlmods took the next I
by five, the last by two pins. The totals I
were remarkably even, no game reaching 1
1.00ft, Tout eleven of the twelve being above
ft"!, and only thirty-three separating the
highest and lowest if the Onlraods. Score:
12 3 Totals. I
, 1SS IS 67 '
W IS" 2U M
mo iku ins fis:: .
1K7 2i'i 1K4 6, t
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"AGGIES" READY FOR
Ames Players Go to Iowa, City for
AMES, la., Nov. 23. (Special.) To
day ai noon the cyclones- 01 tne lowa
Slate college left tor Iowa City, where
they will meet the (State university! foot
ball eleven tomorrow. The game then
tjlayed will be one of the best ever played
In the font ball history of Iowa, and large
crowds of alumni from 'both schools are
gathering for the occusion. A reliable
line on the two teams is hardly possible.
'1 hey have not met the same team In a fair
contest tills year. Ames has been doing
the best work thia year, having scored
20 points to her opponent's thirty. In
eight games. They defeated the Univer
sity of Nebraska 14 to 2. and held Minne
sota 22 to 4. Iowa has played four games
scoring tlfty-six points to her opponents'
The Ames team will go Into tha gume
with Mc.Elhlnney at right end, Brugger
r rignt tacKie. ureman. rlrnt guard:
&72 966 2,76
Totals K4 .. 9S B74 2,!7
, METZ BROS.
1 2 3 Totals.
Brunke 170 178 191 6.19
Potter 17 1 J! f
Denman- 173 1HO 15 MS
Blakeney 213 148 VM fiM
Huntington 2 171 ls 6M
1 2 3 Totals.
MeCague 211 224 1K3 f'."8
Kncell 177 1SS , 170 536
Maglll K.6 1H4 1X9 5l".t
Forsoutt 223 170 226 619
Francisco 216 11 202 6Sl
Totals 9S3 967 950 2,(60
Brunke ;...ls3 IS
Potter 170 171
Denman -B 2"S
Blakeney ..- 10 19
Huntington 17u lal
..943 915 948 2,806
Kramer Hamblea North Plntte.
KEARNEY. Neb., Nor. 23 (Special Tele
gram. The North Platte High school and
the Kearney Norvcal played foot ball here
today before a large crowa. it wa an ex
Wage Earners and Salaried
I Ih-.M I if ilHf f M,t C
Employes Appreciate Hartman's Generous Credit Plan
The provider for the homo who must nvt hi full dollar's worth
with rvrrjr purrha,o Is lh man whoso ruilranHRo o 4swially aotlclt.
1 he man in the most litimMe rirruiiistniiroa flntlt ll;irtmnn frt-lit
plan the one boat mbiptcrf to hi n-qtilromonts -lit ronvottionre I coiw
aiilrred here to tho degree of giving him entire aatifnrtlon first, Inst
and all the time. It I this constant fitlelily to the lMst interest of our
customers and their npprerintion of our f lorts Unit hn mndo this
store the success that it is. As we have in the past, so shull we eon
tinae in the future to give the best value and the most helpful credit'
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HARTMAN'S GREAT SATURDAY
Set of Nuts and Picks
? m. i k d3
This elegant, and rich set of NUTS
jiND PICKS, wheh wj will put on
sale Saturday, from 1 p. m. to 11
p.' ni., coulil, not he purchased in
any department or Jewelry store
In Omaha for ,i0i-. or more. Set Is
exactly as Illustration shows, put
up in nlee box. consists of ono .
durable, heavy and strong ornamented, full spring
action cracker and six picks to match, cuuallv as
good and durable. They are made of host guaranteed materials, and will
last easily 11 life-time.- No Thanksgiving Dinners will be complete wlth-
t a set of these useful articles, t onie early ana avobi the usual rush.
On sale Saturday only, as long as they last, only 8 gross of them, 1.16S,
from 1 p. tn., 60e value, at ilartman's. 1 e
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Masive 5olld I 75
DINING ROOM SPECIALS
Thanksgiving Sale. Many Offering Not to Be
Overlooked at This Time. Fix I'p That
ining lioom Nicely and Pay Later.
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Solid Oak Extension Tables
Just as Illustrated above, made of solid oak, top
made of specially selected, prettily grained stock
and extra highly polished, has five extra lame
pillar legs, extends to G ft., size of top
is 42x42 Inches square, special
These sideboards are made to
order for the Hartman chain
of stores and every effort has
been given to the details of
workmanship and finish. They
have extra large French bev
eled mlrrtTs, are elaborately
carved, swell front.
Special Oak 295
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Solid oak, ear.e
Kitchen ' Cabi
Nlee size, well
it l Wm !l
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M ' Hp A
China Clo'ft S75
SpcU , at
'See cut. Made of finest
quartor-sawed, oait, shelves
grooved for standing plates,
; double; , thick, bent glass
ends, best of cabinet work
throughout. I'.xtia great
special, that tihould not be
overlooked at tho present
Thanksglv'ng tinu. Kasily
fin lis value.
ues, any color.
at . .-"-
O u a r a n t eed
Ltko cut, guaran
teed make, elabo
rately nickel trim
med; mado lu five
sizes, up from .
3. US. Heaviest
coalings, all new
" Very economical,
greatest value in
a heater tn Omaha
$3S Worth, ta-eo
Cash; 93 a Month.
50 Worth, $5
Cash: 94 a Month.
solid oak, ele
gant -1 i
RTKEL . RANGE Guaranteed for
five years; complete, with high
waymlng closet, as shown In alove
Illustration; absolutely the larg
est and best range ever sold In
Omaha for less than $3p; has els
largo full size 8-inch holes; has
extra large square oven; patent
dampers; has new patent grate
and shaker; many improved fea
tures; beautifullly orna- 1f7i
mented, htavy nickel tif
mirror. X A
oak, 6 1raworM
and extra woll
sie, well 1
mado. . . .vw
C o ra b 1 nation
Morris . Cha)r.
22 GREAT STORES THROUGHOUT THE U. 8.
Hartfnai ?pc- Q75
il rdc our ztJ
, M o s t powerful
mad i Return
tines, patent Im
proved ttrate and
hlialLnr. gas con
suming, latge self
9100 Worth, 910
Cash; 9S a Month.
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lis Iter, center: Nelson, left cuard: ikfllls. 1 ..i .an, the Knrlh Platte hnvs had
left tackle; Henninger, left end; Jeanaon, I not been beaten by any team In the last
tjumi, uM.it, juiico, itii iiiui ; ciuier,
right half, and Reppert, full baek. Jean
son, Reppert. Brugger and M FJlhlnney
have been the consistent ground gainers
of the season for Ames. Jeanaon is al
ready conc eded first place aa quarter back
in the state.
Ames began the aeason this year with
un entire old team and excellent substi
tutes from last year's freshmen team.
Its record for the season has been es
pecially gratifying to Its supporters, and
its victory over Iowa la looked for by a
t 1 close margin.
J 3 I Iowa, however, has always displayed a
J nerve In championship games that must
he figured an Important factor. Its'
AUTO RACING CARS COLLIDE J
A r nest U. Keeler Instantly Killed
Walla Tcatlas Machine 1st
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. IS. Arnest D.
Keeler of New York, demonstrator and
profas1onal driver of racing automobiles,
was killed, and Henry Lutton of Colwyn,
l"a., wus dangerously hurt In a collision
today while trying out racing cars on the
Point Breeae rata track, preparatory to
the Quaker City Motor club races which
t-.ke place tomorrow.
IMnnlng at a 1:04 clip, Keeler attempted
'. pass between m. machine on the rail
:nnl a retlr cait driven by a nerrro who
u.-s at wo-ic on the track. At the same
tiMio a uiaAiilne driven by James Hamilton,
a lu, had with him Henry Liitton es
iiirehunician, attempted to p-ini through tho
The car tirlven by Keeler caught the for
ward enl of ihe eaj- Uilven by Hamilton,
tearing off tha front wheels. Lutton was
thrown from his seat into the dirt cart
and Keejar's car, after rolling ovor eev
erul tlmea, turned turtle. Kttlflr was
I Innad under iff ear and wus killed nl
U4rt UwtauUy. Kavler erUcii-tt4 a to
elimination event at the ,Vnnderbllt cup
races and has contested with Tom Cooper,
ho wan killed this week In New Yorl:.
He was 3tt years old.
STERLING BILVER-Frtnzer. li ft Pge.
Via Ike Chicago, Mllwaokee A tit. Paul
Fare and a third for the round trip to
points where one way rate Is t9.u0 or les.
Tickets on sale Nov. 38 and return
limit Dec. J.
Tickets: 1524 Faraatu St., Omaha, Neb.
Card of Tuaake.
We wish to thank our many frlenda and
team is partially now, but It claimed tho
best freshmen team In the west last
season and the new men came from this
source. It has the advantage of play
ing on Its home field and this is alwiys
one of worth. The two teams ai 1
about 167 pouudv per man for Ames, and
164 pounds per man for Iowa.
Iowa City will send 1.000 excursionists to
Iowa. leaing Saturday morning at "t
If i r t Iky m 'jLanfc,A
four veors. but the Normals hroko the spell
In today's game, winning by the score of
b to 0.
BEATRICE EASV FOR YORK HIGH
AVlnnera Lay Claim to Championship
of tha State.
BEATRICE. Neb., Nov. a.- Special Tele-gram.-The
Tork High school toot, ball
tam retained title to the choniplonshlp of
the state bv defeating the Beatrice High
Bchool eleven here this afternoon by tne
score of IS to 0 before the largest and most
enthusiastic crowd that ever attended a
similar event in tne cny. nw im
showed up strong at all stages of the game
and. as they were much heavier than the
locals, they broke through the lines as
they pleused and won with apparent ease,
mi.. i the tram was York s ex.-
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cellent team wora. 1 or nucu.
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noon. Captain u. rtenson is still suffering
from a dlsiocfcted shoulder and will prob
ably not last long, although he will begin
the game. Jones, the big freshman guard,
III an In it llAMKrv ti Vt r, , I fl fll
neighbors, especially the Eaglea, for their , aLMT .alf. s in the best form he has U. n
this year and ltrte is prepared to play the
game of his Ufa.
TEAM CRIPPLED, BIT COXFIDE5T
Bellevne Roys See Victory la Today'
Contest with Hastings.
After two nlgh's' strenuous scrimmage
nra-tlae and a fart slimal practice lat
lor'hc o? wln.tr, underwear call at
beautiful floral offerings and sympathy
shown me during my late bereavement.
MRfl. W. F. GAIUilTl
(.etch Throws Purdello.
CHICAGO. Nov. ri.-Frink Ooteh of
Iowa defeated l-o Pardello, the Italian,
in a cat''h-a-ct h-enu rtier r.g n
tonight, winning two straltfhl falU. Gotch
won tl. hrst foil In S) 11. with his toe and
ai m hold. Pard llo was Injured so badly
that ha was tillable to leave the ring for
some tune after tha u'.l and be was al
most heliiless when lime was called ft-r
the aocond full. U lok Ui'ttt but fourlcvu
rsveuds U wia tula tali. -
Tho whole team I determined to win
and will fight to Ihe last ditch. The game
with Ioau I ro' ed a great help to the
1 leant, for It hhowed up the weak plaee.i,
und this week those places have been
pelchwl up. Tha Held la In perfect con
dition, lh snow having been scraped (,IT
before It melted. 'Last nhjht's signal prac
th e waa very eiicpurugt.ig to Coax h hit
more and several new trick plays were
made perfect, lla-ttngs arrived last night,
in the pink of cunuitlon. confident of the
-game and prepared to make tho 'tils''
Ia tha MUulll. ....
i laiga ocowd 1 la expettd d'jwa'from
He i going south for the winter.
But for those who remain at home the
real- winter la yet to come. If you
my shop to replenish.
Special For Saturday
Extra quality sanitary grey super
merino two garment and union suits,
$3.00 per suit.
IH. T. .Bon
Tailor and Haberdasher.
1 - 41) So. 16th St.;
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l.d.i R.G Henderson 1
. .F.B. K.H bell
.R.M.! R.H Foster
,.L H. UH Derlek
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81IORTBTOP BIX LI AH D 101HEV
McLaughlin Defeats Hoppe and Cllae
Wine from Gollaaher.
NKW YORK. Nov. 23 Harry Cllne of
Philadelphia and tdward McLaughlin of
sew York were winners today in tne lx-3
balk-Uno billiard tournament for the short,
stop championsnip. In the afternoon Mc
laughlin easily beat Frank Hopim. Cime
and Ga-llagher each led several tlroee aod
St one stage Gallagher was neaily ll
points ahead. It uK hard uphill playing
on lilnes part to win. Results:
Afternoon game: McLaughlin Tot jl.
40ti; average, l-'i-31: hlgn runs, 7K. 54.
Hoppe Total, 2bl; aveiage, 616-31; hlgn
runs. S3. 2i. 31. ,
Evening game: Cllne Total, 400; aversgo,
15 lo-:6; hlgn runs, to. 01. 1S. Gallagher
Total, 37H; aveiage, 14 14-J8; high runs, M,
Y. M. C. A. Janlors Wla.
The Young Men's Christian association
Juniors basket ball team defeated the
l.oies laui in a good game list night In
the Hovh a college gymnasium by the sote
of 24 to 13 The lineup:
Y. M. C. A. Royles.
Arnstelu C Gottn. Id
Httrdlek r' Mead
pegels ,....G Kynoiu
s,! G Pearsons
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The Reliable Specialists
Many of you are suffering from physical weakness, your
nervous sstem is being deiikueu and your mind Weak,
ened and impaired. Lne is not what it should be. tiu
rtpunuency ami gtoomy loreoouiiiga nave la.t'n tne uiace of
bright prospects ana nappy ambition. 1 oil no longer eojov your ilauy labors
or duties; your mgnts are restless and unreireMi.ng ami cacii morniiiK 'lu
awaken again to tne cheerless realization of your pnysn al mil uutim-nis and
weaKnesbee, and you have neither 1110 ambition uor tne power to iiiainiani
your position among your fellow men.
In many iiurt neglect, ignorance, worry, overwork, etc, are the cause
of your condition, while In others it is some disease, or frequently the results
of neg.eeied or improperly treated diseases, which cause Kentey ami Hiuoui r
ld..eaes. 1 hee, ciaeai.es tor bmptoms of dlsiae) (annul bo cured until first,
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have lailed you. Come today to the JiKN'H T1U li. SPKCI A LISTS ami learii
your true condition. Get the right treatment first and be cured suivly am.;
thoroughly cure 0f the diseases that so insidiously destroy the Intellwf,
and strength secure the services of the eminent spei laltsts of the htaie Medi-1
cal Insti.uie. They will restore to health the pitiable victim of In oillty anJ
pram Fatigue. We cure Bafoly and Ihoioughly Nervous lh.bllity. Jteeial audi
Kl.-ioy iioases and aii dlse.iaes and weaknesses ol men aim I" log-en, iaoi
unce, dissipation 01 tho result of specific dlixas-K. '
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STATE A1E01CAL INSTITUTE
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