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Till. OMAHA, SUNDAY II EE: OCTOBER 11, 1908.
TOPICS OF THE DAY OF REST
Her. 7. A. Spyker of Trinity Meth
odist, Hew Piitor There.
CALVARY BAPTIST BACK AT HOME
1'onnar Hfi'i' Christian Auoclillon
llegtns Its Coarse of Bible Stadr
and Iavltes All M
Rev. John A. Spyker. the new pastor of
Trinity Methodist church, will presch at
that church Sunday morning both mnrrvnlng
and evening;. Sunday will be the official
board day for the Sunday school.
Dr. E. H. Jenks" business men's Bible
clans will meet In the parlors of the First
Presbyterian church. Seventeenth and
Podge, Sunday morning; at 10 o'clock
ai.d each Sunday thereafter. This class
meets for Just one-half hour and Its mem
bership is not limited. Its membership roll
Includes whether In or out of any church.
Mra. M V. Wgbee entertained the "Royal
llli.es," a girl's missionary society of the
North Presbyterian church at the Manse,
3)11 Maple street, Thursday afternoon from
S to 6. This society Is led by Mrs. Frank
Martin and the a-trls make a rood showing
In real missionary study and work each
The servlcea of Calvary Baptlat church
will be held In Its own church building,
Twonty-flfth and Hamilton, Sunday, as the
repairs and cleaning have been completed
A series of six sermons on "Home Making
and Home Breaking" will be given by the
pastor on successive Sunday nights, begin
A song; service will be held at All Saints'
church Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The
music will be rendered by 'the choir of St.
Luke's church, I'lattsmouth, under the
direction of H. S. AuHln, with Mlsa Kitty
Cummins at the organ.
Music at Hanscom Park Methodist Epis
Prelude Prlere (a.) Notredame
Anthem, with Soprano Solo It Is the
Morning, from Mark's Cantata
Solo, Organ Andantino Salome
Mr. Charles Zadlna, the Blind Organist.
Postlude Triumphal March Flagler
Proludo Question Wolstenholme
Ant!. em. with Solos for Soprano and
Raritone I Will Praise Thee O
Miss Woolf and Mr. Parotte and Choir.
Offertory Andante Gullmant
Solo The Angelic Choir. Luts
Mr. Dan Campbell.
Postlude March, Pontificate Lemmens
Mr. Charles Zadlna, organist; Mr. Lee O.
Kiatz, choir master.
Vi'ninm B. Patterson of New York, sec
retary of the Methodist brotherhood, will
apeak at the Young fen's Christian asso
ciation Mmday at 8 p. m. While his ad
dresa will concern Methodist men In par
ticular, all men have been Invited to at
tend. The "Baraeas and Phllatheaa of the Hans
com Park Methodist Sunday school held a
business and social meeting Thursday even
ing at the home of G. M. Barnes, 1318 South
Twenty-eighth street. The Baraeas elected
new officers as follows: President, Q. E.
Wlnsl'ade; vice' president, B. J. Hill; treas
urer, Oeorce Lavely; secretary, Henry
Coleson; assistant secretary I J. Cinna
mon; hustling committee, C. II. Anderson,
H. I'. Pratt. G. M. Drew. Chaihs R.iau.ey;
social committee, Wlnt'ield Scott, 11. O.
Frohart, John Corea.
Y. SI. C. A. Motes.
The organization of the classes take place
Monday at B:U p. m., October IS, when
those voting for Hlbht atudy will meet for
theli flst mucus in the assemply room of
the association building. A special program
of music uml toasts together with a good
meal will make this a splendid occasion.
The Young Men's Christian association
will observe R.ble study rally da, Bunda;'
at 4 p. ni. This masH meetuiK for men
launches the campaign tor Ulble study
which will continue during the week. The
speaker Sunday will be Lloyd K. Harter.
Kvery man In Omaha has been Invited to
this meeting and each is invited to cast a
vote for a It. hie course. Special musical
features have been provided to ensure an
A training class tn religious pedagogy Is
conducted for the benefit of the Bible
teachers. Only those willing to assume the
leadership of a class are eligible to enroll
for this course. Tito boys' department of
fers courses for both the younger and older
boys. For younger boys, "What Manner of
Man Is This?", "Men who Dared ", "Men
of the Bible", "A Study of Brave Pioneers",
and "Travels of Paul ', glvti on Tuesday
evening. For older boys, "High School
Problems", "A Study In Religion ',
"Life of Christ" and "Life Prob
lems", given on Friday evening. The
graded courses In the adi:lt department nre
given Monday evening at 8:4ft o 'cluck, pre
ceded by a lllb'e study supper. The train
ing class for Bible teachers meets Friday
evening at 8 o'clock. The time for the
short term courses will he arranged with
those asking (or the course.
To provide this basis of a liberal educa
tion and moreover to prepare a man for
better living the Young Men's Christian
association conducts a number of courses.
In fart the purpose Is not so mu-h tn give
the student a complete or intimate knowl
edge of the Bible, as tr eouiu him for
efficient living. The course are ansnuid
THE EAJLL OPENING SALE
Shows Prices of Furniture to Be Decidedly Lower
This Fall Opening Exhibition is largely a showing of exclusive Furniture made especially for the great Hartman
chain of stores, but it also includes the cream of the best products from the cleverest makers in the land.
There's a uniform lowness of price, very ' noticeable, throughout the entire store and many articles are priced
specially for this sale. There are hundreds of specials cut in price to about one-half regular figures.
CREDIT TERMS MODIFIED FOR THIS SPECIAL SALE. .
Iron Bed3, with
V handsomely decor
ated head and foot,
ell constructed beds, 89.
I tm.- A .v
Sanitary Steel Couches, made with
angle steel frames, suported by
spiral spring, covered with 75
American wire fabric J
Oak Heaters, heavy
Big heater, A 75
Oak Dining Chairs.
extra strong and
e , oruau
Iron Beds, with
tions. All sizes and
colors, very artistic, well constructed, beds
heavily enameled, sale price, at
Large Base Burner
of elaborate design,
hot-air flues, auto
matic feed, large
coal maga- 80
THIS LARGE DASC BURNER FOR
Never before have you seen a Base Burner of equal quality
sold for the price. It's a wonderful heater. Automatic feed,
duplex grates, and many other improved features. It's a world beater
at the price.-
Nantucket Leather Couch, made
with massive solid oak frame, all
steel construction, upholstered in
guaranteed Nantucket leather. A
Wonderful value. 198
Kolld Oak Dresser
Made of the best se
lected material, fancy
Bhape mirror, elabor
ately carved, t fif)0
Quarter Sawed Oak Rocker,
frame beautifully carved, back
deeply tufted, upholstered in
guaranteed Nan- f 45
tucket leather v
CARFETS AND RUGS
the new stock is glorious.
No word but "Glorious" can describe them. Their designer must hare been
studying the old masters for they hare. brought out colors and tints so full of life
and so deep in their richness that one marvels at their skill. Such perfect imita
tions of the Orientals and such exquisite reproductions of our loveliest flowers
and richest coloring have never been presented in a Carpet and Rug displayed in
maha before. All are of FIRST QUAJ ITV and GUARANTEED DURABILITY.
Heavy Brussels Rug, 6x0 ft,
somest patterns of the
season. Special .
Special Items On Sale This Week.
Large Rocker, made
of solid oak, broad
back, roomy seat. A
at the price
Wilton Velvet Rugs, 6x9 ft.
tlful patterns; prices now
Firm Weave Brussels Rugs, 0x13 ft.,
fine worsted material. f 7A9
High Pile Velvet Rugs, 9x12 ft. Soft
and luxurious, exceptional I 045
Ingrain Carpet, linen chain, handsome
patterns and colorings,
Closely Woven Brussels Carpet,
before have you been offered
such a value. Yard ,
Steel Ranges, large six-hole size, com
plete with high warming closet and
tea shelves--made of extra heavy
gauge steel and elegantly
trimmed In nickel.
Velvet Carpet of superior quality, beau
tiful color combinations dur-
Axminster Carpets with
match. They are of extra
ordinary durability. Yard
Kitchen Cabinets, com
plete with cupboard,
drawers bins and com
partments as shown in the
above illustration. C79
Special at '
case and Writing
Desk, made of solid
carved, heavy French
beveled mirror. Sale
price 1 H95
ib 11 111 1 11 4 1 iiiiiani
Teather your nest"
109i I I4I4-I4I6-I4I8 DOUGLAS ST
Solid Oak Side
boards, massive in
carved and highly polished, large
French beveled mirrors.
Sale price at
Quarter Sawed Oak
China Closets, of the
handsome bent-ln de
sign, with carved claw
, feet and large French
beveled mir- Z69
rur, cipiri;- m m
lallv nrlcerl . . .
" - j - - -
Quarter Sawed Oak Pedestal Ex
tension Tables. They extend to
six feet, have massive pillars and
large carved claw f p80
feet. Sale price :
"' aismau. 1 mt' u ujbu
m' ft r. 1 hi i ma mmm
graded courses a number of short term
cmtraea are offered to those who wlah to
In a araded svstem covering- four years studv special portions of the Itlhle for
The.firFt vear bran v'.'h s lilstorlcsl and shorter pi-rlods. Somr of these courses are
Slngranhlcal stilly of tlie "t.lfo of Jesus.
The second vear df-ala with the "Life of
Bt. Pa-'l." Dur'nn Iho third vear the Hllile
la atmlled In Its Rtneral o-itllnes hlstorv
unit teachlnrs In a cvirse entitled "Intro
1'ictl'in to R'bl Sfudv." The fotirth ye ir
(vore re,urs to an advanced study In the
''rMni of Jesus and 'lis aonstlea. which
s'n to silve real ln'Rht Into the char-n-ter
and mlt!strv of ,Ti sis. Pea'des thess
"The Work and Teachings of the Earlier
Prophets," 'Devotional Studies In the
Psalma," "Wisdom Literature of the Old
Testament" and "Study of the Bible as
a t - -.5 - -se , w - w ta - - ' . , - -
work In San Francisco; Sunday school at
Travel Where You WM
You Will Find
Is "Always Right"
ASK YOUR DEALER
Y. W. C. A. otes.
The Tuesday evening- class In millinery
Is limited this year to fifteen and Is al
ready filled. Another class will be or
ganized nex: Thursday night If there la a
1 i'Kltrathn of fifteen.
One of the upeclal features of the fall
ork Is a T i"rtav afternoon B'hle class
n ucted by Mrs. D. ('. Johncn. "The Life
4'.d Tinns o. i .iilst." Tin- clu meeia at
o'clui k and Is free to all women.
Mrs. W. 1'. Harford, president, has re
turned from her summer home st Made f
ine Island and Is very much Improved In
deulth. Hhe probably will be In aitend-n-e
at the board meetlna- October 14.
Tne class enrollment this fall Is very
u tte. Some 'of the special f e l! ll.es a:e
irnian. oratory, vocal music, llieralure,
Ki.ik ruvlew. Kngllsh grammar and bul
1 'ss methods for young stenographers.
lr. Jenkins' class this fall will study
social s gnlilcance of the "Teachings
Jc8 . - 'i lie fits, lessjn w.tl be glvt n
u-xl Thursday evemiig at 7;15 o'clock.
In n everyone desiring to Join the class
'i expected to be present.
.V.l.s Kthel CI. llendee. Industrial and n
el. slim secretary, whl apeBk at tne gospel
Heeling lux. Sunday at o'clock. Mrs.
i.i-ni Ellsworth Iale. who has charge of
lio chorus class of the association, will
uuve charg of the music this winter and
.il lead a choir. The devotional com
mittee la planning to make a feature of
the music at the Sunday afternoon meet
ings this winter and the new Alexander
hymn book will tw on approval In the
meeting next Sunday. All young women
are Invited (o Join the choir. There will
; Ue special solos by Mrs. Dale.
Battle Ore, Mich, asitartnm Methods
Old Boston Stere. Knoms ilt
Telephone Pouglaa 1741.
Da. at- A. XAKZ, rkyslclsji la Cbargs.
I M laorllaaeoas Aaavaarrmcate.
i Second Keformed, iSli Ciu Sunday
, ool at i.JU p. in.; preaching aervlce at
; w'.Ju p. n.
I owe Avenue Presbyterian Bervlcea at
1:M 4. in., preaching by Dr. T. K. Hunter
In tl.e absence of lite pastor; no evening
.Trinity Methodist. Kcv. John A. Spyker.
Pastor Pre. h!ng by the pastor at lu 44 a.
in. and 7:.s0 p. m. Sunday achool at i.3u a.
m. i-.pwurth leaguo at .Ju p. in.
Kountse Memorial Lutheran Mission,
Nineteenth and I'astellar. J. ti Humraon, .You belong to?" 7;3U p. in.. "Stephen and
P.'sior Sunday school at 1 p. Oi . tl B. . Saul." Sunday aohool at 12 m Ymn p...
12 in : Kpworth leaaue at :15 p. m.; Her
mon by the pastor at 7:30 p. m.
Unity. Seventeenth and Cass, Rev. New
ton Mann, Minister service at 10:30 a
m. ; preaching by Rev
Chicago, secretary of the
First Reformed. Twenty-third and Cen
tral Boulevard, Rev. V. 8. Zaugg. Panor
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. ; preach). ig
service at 11 a. m. and S p. m. ; Christian
Endeavor at 7 p. in.
Clifton H!ll Presbyterian, Rev. Thomas
R. Greenlee. P sto Morn ng se'Vice at
0:S0; evening seivlce at 7:30. Su day school
at no n. Young People's Socleiy of Chris
tian Endeavor, 6:3u p. m.
Pearl Memorial Methodist Episcopal, Dr
Thomaa C. Hlnkle, Pastor Preachl. g serv
kes at 10:46 a. in. and ":30 p. m. Mornl g
n.ene, "Ueiieve nnd Do; evening, "ral.h-
ulneea to tl.e Life TruKt. '
Dundee Pusljyterian, Rev. Henry Qulck-
iinien. Pastor-Services at 10:LO and 7:3u.
oermona by the Daator. J. J. Dodda has
charge of the music. Bible school ai noon.
li rifctian Lnileavor at 6:30.
People's. Churles W. Havldge, Pastor
Morning, "A Prayer of David and Its
Ulorloua Consequence." Evening, "A Ques
tion Slated, But Never Answered." Prof.
Mertes has charge of the music.
ilrst Prosbyterlan, Dodge and Seven
teenth, Rev. Ldwln Hurl Jenka, D. D.,
Pastor Morning service at lu.30; evening
service at 7:), Sunday school at noon;
Christian Kndeavor meeting at (:16 p. m.
Plymouth Congregational, Tweniletli and
Spcnier Rtv. a. A. Rjbeits jn of Oak a.id,
la., will occup the puip.t Sunday at io: a)
a. in. Sunday school at noon. Chi Is.. an
r.nueavor meeting at b:30 p. iu. No event. ig
t'lrst Church of Christ, Scientist, Twenty
flftli and Karnam, Chambers' building
Sunday shool al :4d a. in.; Sunday ser
vices at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; subject .of
lesson sermon, "Aie Sin, Disease, and
McCabe Methodist Episcopsl, Farham
and Fortieth. Rev. J. Narver Goi trier, Pua
tor Preaching by the pastor at 11 a.
m. and 1 :iq p. m.; morning theme. "Da
vid's Charge to Solomon;" evening theme,
"The Choice of Moses."
Caatellar Presbyterian Chapels Park
Forest. William Krelle. superintendent.
Bible school at 3 p. m. omarto. Henry
Oraner, superintendent. Bible school. I p.
m. The pastor of Castellar will apeak at
the former at S 46 p. m.
St. -Mark's Er.glish Lutheran, TwentUth
and Burdette, L. Oroh. Pastor Services
;Sunda: lu:4 a. m.. "Divine Family. Do
dravor at 3. Young People's Society of
CI r etli n Erdeavor at 6:Si. Kvenlna serv
ice at 7:c0. Prjyer meeting at 8 in We.ines
Church ot the Covenant. Twentv-seventh
W. M. Backus of and Pratt. Rev. R. T. Bell, Pastor
he Western L'nl- Service., at 10:30 a. in. and 7:45 p. m.;
rtantiutn acliool at noon; Christian Kn
deavor at 6:45 p. m.; Bible meeting
Wednesday evening at 3 p. m.
First Christian, Twenty-sixth and Harr.ey.
S. D. Dutcher, Pastor bible school at noon.
W. A. De Bord, superintendent. Preaching
at 10:3u a. m. and 7:3o p. m. Christian En
deavor at 6:30 p. m. Men's Century club
Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock.
Kountze Memorial Lutheran, J. E. Hum
mnn, Pastor Servlcea at 10:30 a. m., sub
ject, "Ideal Christian Society;" 7:45 p. m..
"The Ureat Invitation." Sunday achool, 12
m., O. P. (Joodman. superintendent. Chris
tian Kmleavor devotional meeting. b:45 p. m
Ce-k. suuerinu ndei.t. Classes for all ages
Walnut Hill MethodNt Episcopal. Forty
flrtt and Charles. Rev. L. E. Hotmail,
Pastor Address at 10:30 a. tu. bv Ml
Davis, superintendent of the Chiueao
pie's meeting st C:46 p. m.
North Presbyterian. Nineteenth and Oldo.
M. V. HUbee, Pastor Momli.n worship ai
Io:JD; theme, "H.-me C'piwr.unl I a." 8 .n
i:ay s.hojl at 12. Juu.or Lhilsuan E11-
nue Rv. T. J. Mackay. Rect ir Holy com
munioii ai u a. 111. bun.iay sc hool at 9:45
a. in. .Mori In-; piayer ami s. lmon at L.
Ever Ing praytr. when the choir of St.
Luke's churih of I'lattsmouth will sing, 4
SI. Mary's Avenue Congregational, St.
Mary's avenue and Twenty-seventh Morn
ing worship at lu:30 o'clock, with sermon
bv the pastor, Rev. L. O. Balrd. Subject.
"Vital Religion." Bible study at noun.
! Young People's Chrlstiun Endeavor al i.JO
First Congregational, Nineteenth and
Davenport. Frederick T. Rouse, Pastor
Morning worship at 10:30 o'clock, theme.
"Wanted A Motive;" Sunday school at
'l in.; Young People Society of Christian
Endeavor at 7 p. m. Evening services will
begin October Zo.
Immanuel Baptist, Twenty-fourth and
rinkney, Philetus H. McDowell, Pastor
!:oJ a. m.. "Tne Urialest Work In the
World"; 7:30 p. m , "The Firm Trophy of
the Cross In Europe." Flble school at
noon, the Baptist Young People's union
at 1:30 p. m., piayer meeting Wednesday
evening at 8 o'cl ck.
Ora-e Taptlst, Tcn'h and Arbor. R. F.
Kellrr.iin, P jstor Pre.ichlrg st 10:46. You- g
people's meeting ai 7 p. m. Evening survive
at 7:4j. Sunday school No 1. Tenth anl
Arbor, at 1J; Sunday i-chool No. 2, Fourth
and Cedir, at 3:-; Sunday s-hool No. 3,
Th rt.enlh and William, at l:3v.
First German Free Evangelical, corner
Twelfth and Dorcas streets. Services at
10 3o and 7:30 p. ni. Conducted with sermons
by F. 11. W Bruechrrt, pastor. Bible
Sabbath school at I. to p. m. Expository
Bible study on Psalms 142, Wednesday at 8
p. m. Everybody welcome. H. A. E.
Bruechert. Church Clerk.
Cavalry Baptist, Twenty-fifth and Hamil
ton. Rev. E. H. Curry, Pastor Servlcea al
1 ":,) a. m. and 1 :.) p. m. First of series or
sermon in the evening on "Home Making
and Home Breaking." Bible school at 2
in. Young People's meeting st C.30 p. m.
Wednesday, p. m , devotlonaJ service.
Calvary Baptist branch, Thirty-fourth and
Seward. Sunday, 8:30 p. m., Bible achool.
Friday, 8 p. m., gospel service.
Grai e Lutheran. 1 weniy-alxth, Between
Poppleton and Woolworth Avenues, Rev.
M. K Mellck. Pastor Servlcea al 10:30 a.
111. and 7:30 p. m. Harvest home will
be the character of each service .ser
mons, music and decoratlona all s; eclahy
adapted. Sunday s.'hool at 12:15; Luther
league meeting at 6:30 p. ni. ; prayer meet
ing on Wednesday night.
Hanscom Park Methodist Episcopal,
Twenty-ninth and Woolworth, Rev. R.
Scott Hyde. Pastor Morning worship at
10:30 o'clock; preaching by the pastor,
thema. "Ihe Christian's Claim." At 8 p.
m. Mls Carrie Davis of San Francisco,
superintendent of our Chinese mission
work on the coast, will apeak. She will
have with her eight Chinese boys ai liv
Fitet Methodist Episcopal, Rev. Dr.
df next Sabbath's lesson, led by William
Hillside Congregational, Thirtieth and
OI. lo. Rev. Her e t L Mills. Pas or Mirn
ng s.rvlce at 10:30. Sunday school at n on.
Kv 1 lug servhes one-htili hour earl er han
dur ng the summer. Christian Endeavor at
b:30 and pre .rhing at 7:30. Mr. Alfred Don
as, hue, who haa been secured to direct the
muelc, will sing both m rnlng and evening.
FLEET SAILS FROM7" MANILA
"lateen Battleships Leave rhlllpalae
Capital (or Japan Saturday
"I ' 11 F, ''n'- Twen .v-slx h 1 and D; -wey Ave- i.-, ailK u lyjveland. Pasioi-The pas'or.
a ill preach at 10:.i a. m. and t :3U p. m ; 1
morning theme. "The Everlasting Arms;"
evcrlng subei-t. "The Orbits of Life" or
"Planets and C omets in the Moral World; '
Sunday school at Urn , Mr. T. F. Biurte,
supki liitendeni ; young people's meeting,
CM p. in., uddrcss by Miss Jonts, the ne
Fir3t Vnltet Brethren, Nineteenth and
Lothr ip Sunday svho.il, 10 a. m. Preach
ing, 11 a. ni., 3 p. in. and 8 p. m. by Dr.
M. M. Bales of C!w ago. Subjects: M irn
11 e. "How to Rec Ive the Holy Spirit anj
l ow to Walk in the Power of the Spl-lt;"
fcfiernonn. 'S.ven Results of Being F.iled
wlih Hie Spirit;" evening, "The Seven
Ue.-S'ins Why Chtlst Came." Class mte lng
at it 111. T e Berean chorus will sing.
Trinity Cathedral. Capitol Avenue snd
Eighteenth, the Very Rev. George Allen
Beecl.er, I lean Holy communion at 8 a.
in.. Bisliop Williams celebrant; Sunday
school and Bible class at 8:45 a. m. ; morn
ing prayer and aei mon by Bihop. Wil
liams at 11 o'clock. Bishop Mlllspaugh
of Kansas will also be present at the 11
o'clock service and will preach in the
evening Evening prayer and sermon by
Bishop Mlllspaugh at 7.30 p. m.
Castellar Presbyterian, South Sixteenth
and Castellar. Rev. Ralph 11. Houseman
Minister Public worship and sermon 10:30
a. ni.. "The Divine Fatherhood;" 12 noon,
Bible school; :3o p. m.. Young People's
rm-rting; 7:3u public service. "Tlwi Stranger
Without the Dior as Guest Within." Mon
day evening Christian Endeavor business
metlng; Wednesday, 7:46 p. m., peoples
conference and prayer service, with teach
ers' training class following.
Central I'nlted Presbyterian. Twenty
fourth and Dodge. Rev. R. B. A. Mcilrldo,
D. D., Paator Morning worship wltn thj
sacrament of the Lord's supper at 10:30;
sessloh meeting at 10 a. m. for the re
ception of new members; evening worship
at 7:30 o'clock, sermon subject. "Brother
Saul; or, A Friend in Need;" Sabt.ath
school at noon; Young People's Christian
union at (.10 u. m,; also al 1. 10 a study
MANILA, Oct. 10 The sixteen big battle
ships of the Atlantic fleet are now enroute
to Japan. Sailing orders were given by
Rear Admiral Charles N. Sperry for the
fleet te depart two hours earlier than the
announced time yesterday, and early this
morning the flagship Connecticut got under
way. Half an hour later all of the great
ships were In motion and followed the Con
necticut down the bay.
In the brilliantly sunlit morning the ma
jestic line of warships presented a magni
ficent appearance, their white sides glisten
ing as they moved slowly out to sea. The
people had not been warned of the change
in the hour of departure and few wltneased
11. There was, consequently, no ceremony
or demonstration of any kind save the dip
ping of flags by the merchantmen and the
whistling salutes by the launches in the
bay. At 8:46 o'clock the long line ha4
cleared Corregldor island at the mouth of
the bay and headed north Into the China
Simultaneously with the departure of the
fleet, the authorities of Manila started a
new campaign to eradicate cholera. The
police were ordered to make house-to-house
Inspections dally, and the constabulary,
which has been reinforced, will perforin
ordinary police duty and guard infected
houses. The disinfecting; force has been
Increased and the money scope of the work
broadened. The number of new cases re
ported averages ten dally.
Whenever you want some
thing, call 'Phone Douglas
238 and make it knowa
through Bee Went A a.
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Df the circulation, and reduce it to a weak, watery fluid. The body is then deprived o
lU necessary nourishment and strength, and is unable to resist the countless tllsoi
ier that assail it, and the general system suffers id consequence. The appetite lails,
iiijeaUon It weakened, chills and slight (ever are frequent, while the sufferer lost!
snergy and ambition. Uoils, skin eruptions, and aometitues sores and ulcert follow
when the blood becomes deeply polluted with the malarial germ. Hoth a tonic and
Jlood purifier are needed to cure Malaria, and & S. & is best fitted for tins work. It is
ie most perfect of all blood purifiers and at the same time an invijrorating, healthful
ionic, & S. .S. goea down into the circulation, and removes eviry trace of impurity or
joison, and gives to the blood the health-sustaining qualities it needs. It cures Malarii
horoughly and permanently, because it removes from the bUxl the genus and poisons
which produce the disease, and while doing this tones up and stcrntfthens every part
f the system. Book witU iuioroiation about Malaria and any medical advice furnished
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