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OFFERED FOR SALE
Mlaeellaneons on fin Bed
IP VOTT would consider paying a
hundred mid sixty ($1S1 dollars for st
standard (tnilf ilno, Just as gnoi s
new nd a surnt for tn years, with
the privilege of prhM!n any time
within ''lie v-nr, from dale ef purchase
rsll Kt .1. MARSHALL SMITH CO, ?
Snu'h 1Mb. fi.
We rebuild and refinlsh pianos and
nake them like new.
GOOD rlano for practice. 135. Tall at
J. MARSHALL tMITH CO,
JOS South ISth St.
HALL S safes, new. 2d-hand. IMS Farnarn
PHOTO CAR find ri.indy outfit fur Hale
?heap. Write SOU Hinney St.. Omaha.
ioii.v.sox Inst.. 4:i n. y. l. Tel. d. i
Dr. Kathryn Nicholas, tos X. Y. L. Bldg.
D O. llAHMJLL. Pax ion Hlk. Tel. Red 7117
HUFFMAN. 1S Neville Bids
-'- A T Andover, E(f. Lump, SO. U. II.
VUiVi-J Morehouse Co.. W. JlOi, B 2246.
Mtr'Vl'TlP lrimmt. Mme. Smith,
UiNijUV-' s. ifith St., third floor.
JOHN CANE la In town. Now la the
time to trim trees, trellises, grape vines
'i'l. Bed i'0i, lnd. A -ibis, lied t43. Isl.l
Cuming St., U01 8. 20th AVI.
iti)VlJ Tour corn comes out or your
vtJIlio Quarter comes tack when yuu
ue Corn Jelly. Haines Drug Co., 1610 Far.
M A 11 VVTK 1 treatment. Mine. Smith.
y j,,.,, Su thlrd floir
JAMES RL'llY can get Insurance money
by writing John or Charley.
PR1 VATIC HuMli during confinement;
babies for adoption. Good Samaritan Sanl
torlum, 740 lt Ave., Council Bluffs, la.
WE RKNT and repair all makes of sew-
li g machines. 'Phones, lnd., A-l3, Doug.
1 .i.t. Neb. Cycle Co., comer lath and Har
tley. STRICTLY private home for confine
ments; excellent die; babiea adopted;
u allied nurse. 26111 Davenport.
V'UJnl toupees for men. GRIFFITH
" -"'i3 ana 14 eren:
THE famous Velvetlna Toilet Ooods. For
f.ue oy an crugglst or phone Douglas tK
A HtlMK for women during confinement.
We find homes for babied where mothers
cannot cre for them. Babiea boarded
For term: address Mis. Martha A. Lee, 401
Bancroft St., Omaha, Nub. 'Phono Doug
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits castoff
clothing; In fact, anything you da not need.
We collect, repair and sell at 134 N. 'ltd
Ht., for cost of collection to the wortny
;ko.'. Call pvione Douglas 4135 and wagon
Private confinement home. Mrs. Dr. King,
U-4 N. 24th. Tel., Web. 2ti. Ind. h ; v.
A NKW BOOK, the "Underworld Sewer,"
by June Washburn, price, $1.60. Sold by
Swarts & McKelvey. luv 8. lit ft bt., between
LuugiuB and I lodge.
Arlene ! Voy. Manicuring and massage.
t:o S li.lh St. Flat s. Phone D. "it.
1K. FtitJKRS' private confinement home.
161ti Marti, a St. L). fi&u.
SI PKUF1AOCS hair, warts and molea
permanently reinost-il by electricity; con
sultation free and confidential; all work
I'uartinteed. Miss Allend.er, fej4 uee Bldg.
MASSAGE AND BATHS.
R-308, Old Boston Store Bldg.. 4th floor.
L0 So. lnth St Stairway on Douglas Bl
MME. ALLEN of Chicago, salt glow,
inaKnetlu and massage treatments, 2u7 N.
l;isiillP Sllit 10 rent LIEBnlN'8,
JMAHA Stammerers" Ins.. Rams Bldg.
Screenings. $150 100 ibs. Wagner, 801 N. 16th.
M. B. TURKEYS for sale; eggs In season.
Mis. W. rt. "reston, Jortri Loup, Neb.
TO make room, Rose Comb White Leg
horn yearling hens or pullets at $10 per
dox. while they last. Mrs. F. C. Tatro,
Ueneva, Neb. R. No. t.
Use U-NEED-A Poultry Tonlo for 60
days; If your egg Increase does not twice
pay for your tonic, yjur money will be refunded.-
U. E. Johnson Co.. Omaha, Neb.
FOR SALE Pekln, Rouen and Muscovy
ducks, geese, ScotcJl Collie puppies.- Fred
Km era. Clarkson, Neb.
EXTRA fine single comb Rhode Island
Red cockerels for sale; early hatched. D.
H. Struthers, Craig, Neb.
I.ynstad Printing Co.. 16th & Capitol Ave!
HUAIi BSTATB DKALEHI.
HEED ABSTRACT CO., Est ISM; prompt
ervlce; get our prices. 1710 Farnari St.
GANQESTAD. 404 Bee Bldg. Tel. D 8367.
"ATNB INV. CO.. first floor N. T. Life.
HWNJAM1N R E. CO.. 477 Brandels Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST Ct
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON. President
REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE LOANS
E. II. Ambler, 212-20 Barker Blk. D. 736.
CITY PKOPKRTY FOR IALB.
SIX K(X)Ms71irAND NEV
Strictly modern, large lot, paved street,
near car. Small amount cash, balance
VERY EASY TERMS
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO..
Suite 6J4 New York Life Bldg.
FOR SALE Large -r. house; bath. gas.
barn, heating stove range with boiler at
tached. All for $3,000. "ill Grant.
Right Way, Wrong Way
WANTED Girl to do general house
work; good wages. Apply W this ul
tice. . This advertisement ran for at least a week in a big daily,
wulch had a circulation, of over 40.UUO, without bringing iu a
The wait who wrote the advertisement was a business man,
and the i;er that ran the classified advertisement bad up
vita, btm at that very time the question of display tpai e for bis
bubiiKss advertising. Naturally the prospect ot landing It was
The advertising manager of the paper called on the man
and was told that he, the business man, had good evidence that
ud ertibing, iu that paper at lea.t, would not pay him, the
"Help Wanted" ad being cited tvs evidence.
A copy of the advertisement wui shown to the newspaper
man, who said he knew what the trouble was and offered to
bet the contract that not one but a dozen replies could be bad
through his papers.
The advertisement was rewritten iu this fashion: ,
WANTED Neat, capahl girl for maid
lu family of two: no waslmu. large,
tunny, private room and good wagoa.
Apply XYZ, this office.
The day following the Insertion of the advertisement twen-ty-reven
replies were received. The faith of the busluesa mail
In advertising wus restored and. needless to say, the paper got
the display contract.
I. KH4TK nEM.FR".
TWO KINK CORN Kit LOTS
tVxI.l! feet each, one an eat front, water
fewer and near car line.
..'(" EASY TK11MS
NOWATA LAND l-OT CO.
Su.te i'J4 New York Life Bldg.
Brand New Cottage
Xnt ou t.' 'ir-,, t. (1, hut ready for In-
rprctho , five fiKins and hath: aNo fur
face if desired; big attic; splendid ar
rangement or infill).; cmented h.-Mement;
pood plumbing and lighting fixtures; lot
44x12. Within a block of oarllne and stores.
Located In Clifton Hill. I'rii IJ .'ho Small
payment down; balance practically like
Six rooms and bnth: thoroughly modern;
larve bedrooms; fijil basement, nice east
Iront lot; splendid neighborhood. Price
13.2.00; down and reasonable monthly
payments for balance. Buy It and stop pay
SIMMER & (I I ASK CO.,
309 S. 17th St. Opposite Court House.
CHEAP LOT CUE Kill TON"
ll.Ooo lot fiOxl40. on paved street, sur
rounded by new homes; nothing better.
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
4:0 Brandels Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
FOR quick returns Hat your real estate
for sale and exchange with me; no sale,
no pay. W. W. Mitchell. Board ot Trad
Bldg.. Omaha, Neb.
I WANT an offer on lot 2. block 20. origi
nal plat of the city of Omana, with two
houses, lSvis and 111 California atrrm. 1 uu
New York Life Hui'dine:.
STi.OOO rush and $4,000 at 5 per cent, long
time, will buy one of best located rental
properties In Omaha. Always rented; Its
location Insures prompt paying tenants.
PAYS $1,332 ANNUALLY
NOWATA 1.AND A LOT CO.,
Suite 624 New York Life Bldg.
2W-69 PACIFIC, 9-room bricks, Btrlctly
modern, excellent condition. $40.
B FN SON & MVKHS CO.,
Phono Douglas ?4. 412 N. Y. Life Bldg.
FAIIJI ANb -..V.-c. .V.L KIIH SALli
FOR SALE 13 aciex Improved orchard
ana alfalfa, 4 acris pasture, personal prop
erty. Including '0 hens; income, $;;,20u per
year. Price, 4.000. Town 2 miles. C. E.
Skinner, Chico, Cal,
FINE FARMINO UND IN
will raise large crops of corn and small
train; corn, zu to 40 bu.; wheat and oats,
M to 66 bu. per acre this ear. $10 to $40
per acre. V rise us for full particulars.
YUMA COUNTY REAL ESTATE CO..
820-ACRE homestead; why wa.lt for gov
ernment drawings when you can get a
homestead any day, where, you can raise
7 bu. alfalfa seed or 30 bu. of wheat per
acre? The best climate on earth. Ant
quick; soon ail gone; Irrigated land, deeded
land, Homestead, and reiinuuishments.
Write to "The Ilartmean Realty Co.,
Hartman, Colo.' Aug. F. Buck, Manager.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 10-acre fruit
ranch In Canon City, Colo.; goad cllmata;
water right unquestionable; well et to all
kinds apples, cherries, plums and small
fruits; good Improvements; one of the
prettiest places In the Arkansas valloy;
furtner lmormation if desired; must be
been to be appreciated. Address Leslie W.
Thayer, Victor, Colo.
OZARK homes going fast; tomatoes net
growers $25 to $o0 per acre; fruits are
premium takers; soil produces with Kan
sas or Oklahoma; best sheep and cattle
country; not one dissatisfied northern
man; best water, climate, health, fuel:
good markets, schools, poeple. Farms $500
to $JO.ono. My book tells all. Free. E. L.
Whiteside, Niangua, Mo.
820 acres of as fine land as lays out ot
doors. A well Improved firm only 2Vs miles
to a live growing town In eastern Ne
braska. For a quick sale we offer It
AT $45 PKR ACRE
Worth while to look this up.
NOWATA LAND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 New York Life Bldg.
FARM FOR SALE Buy direct from
owner, 160 acres, 1 mile from town, all
good soil, no hand, all fenced and cross
fenced, 100 acres in cultivation, 35 acres
alfalfa, fenced hog tltfht. JO acres pas
ture, some timber, 30 acres hay land, 6
ruom house, barn holds 12 horses, granary,
corn crib, hog house, chicken house, buggy
shed, windmill and tank, also all the farm
machinery, household furniture, 4 head of
cattle. 9 good milk cows, cream separator.
All goes with place. Price, $."rt an acre;
$5,000 can remain on place. Write for full
description, box 1S3. Sumner, Neb.
FARM BARGAIN Must be sold on ac
count of owner's health; well Improved
E20-acre farm, seven and a quarter miles
from town: price, lis per acre; easy terms.
J. T. Campbell. Lichfield. Neb.
We have 100.000 acres of choice land to
select from, tanging in price from $5 to
$10 per acre. This land Is In the oil and
gas district and you might get an oil well
with your land.
NOWATA LAND AND XT CO..
Suite 624 New Tork Life Bldg.
FOR SALE A farm. 611 acres. In eastern
Texas, about 3 miles west of a modern
and prosperous city of 12.000 Inhabitants.
Price, $35 per acre. Address Box 319, Bos
eobel. W is.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$ 00 to i.0 on home in Omaha. O Keefe
R-al testate Co.. 10l N. T. Life. Doug, or
LOANS to boms owneie and heme build
ers, mite privilege of miking partial pay
ments ieml-nnbill.T No eommlislon.
W. IL THOMAI.
$03 First National Bank Bldg.
FIVE PER CENT MONET
to loan on
Omaha Busluese Proeertr.
Room 1. New Tork Life Bldg..
JIM tc $10,004) made promptly F. D. Weed.
Weed Bldg. lth and Farnam.
MONEY TO LOAN Pay.-e Inr slmeatCe
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated.
Aptly Rooms 417-IS First National Rank
Bldg l'e',1 phono Douglas 221s.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Cx
W A NTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith a- C . 1310 Farnam 8t
TAYNE. BOSTW1CK tk CO., N. T. Life.
Trlvate money. $54) to $5,"; low rate.
LOWEST RATES Bemls. Brandels Bldg.
GARVIN BROS., J1S N. Y. Life. $M0 to
$2i0 (.00 on Improved property. No delsy.
6 FARM and city loans; optional pay
ment; ti ,llay 1. a.hbernsen, Omaha.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
VACANT lots snd houses. Have cash
buers. 411 KsrbAch R1k. Red 3601. A-3i.IV
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
S. 6 snd 7-1 oom houses. If prices are right
we ran tell your property for you
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Sul'e 624 N. T. Life Bldg.
FUR SALE OR EXCHANGE
2.0M)-acre grain and stock farm. All clear.
Has a new 7-room house with cellar, large
frame barn, which holds i.V cattle and
horses, hog house, coal house, wagon shed,
Implement shed, chicken house, 5-ton Fair
tank s sea es, const. S cisterns. 2 wells
and windmills attached. 3 tanks and reser
voirs, 40 feet to water; all fenced and
croKS-fencrd, 3 wires; telephone connection;
g miles from county seat, 2 miles from
postoffice. dally mail; 30 acres under plow,
balance hay and pasture; 14 mil's from
railroad: all black loam soil, no sand.
Price, $J0 per acre. Oood terms.
C. R. COMRS,
Phone Douglas 3916. Room 15, U. S. Na
tional Bank Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
$10, COO stock general merchandise.
10-room modern hoist, a corner, two lots,
7-room hi and new house, full lot, east
Want land. Price must be right to re
ceive any attention.
This Is all choice property, no "trading
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 6J4 New York Life Bldg.
We huvo a 20-acre fruit ranch that the
owner must sell or trade; has a $2,500
equity; will trade for Income property or
vacant; would also consider a good auto
as part trade.
J. W. RASP CO.,
698-91 Brandels Bldg., Omaha.
TO EXCHANGE for Omaha Income
property or stock of small merchandise,
3i50 acres ni-ir Langdou, Mo.; Improved;
320 ucres In northern Sully Co., S. 1)., and
320 acres In Lane Co., Kansas, no Improve
ments. For ten days address W. N. Hill,
Co. Bluffs, la., tare Kiel hotel; after that
Redfleld, S. D.. care D. M. Hunt Land Co.
TRADES. TRADES, TRADES.
Farms. Income, mdse. List with us.
ABBOTT REALTY CO., Brandels Bldg.
A NEW patent of great value and con
venience to automobile owners. Remark
able success, a money maker. W ill take good
real estate for state or county oper
ating plants, .il N. 16th St.
WANTED TO BUY
ERST price paid for second-hand furnl
tU'e, carpets, clothing and shots Tel. l)uui
SECONDHAND Richardson roller skates
I. li. Adamson. Ft. Dodge, la.
HIGHEST prices for furniture, etc.
BELL'S Furn. Stoie. 1406 Dodge. Red loJI.
BALTIMORE 2d-hand store pays best
price ?d-hand furniture, ciothes otc. D. 42ti.
Highest pries for old broken watches,
old gold, etc. M. Nathan, 211 S. 13th.
WANTED at once by party of 3, for 2
or 3 months suite of furnished rooms
with board in private family. Location
must be good. Willing to pav libeta.Iy
for satisfactory rooms. Address W-741
WANTED 3 unfurnished rooms for
housekeeping; would prefer some private
family: have no children. Address Y
YOl'NO lady wants furnished or unfur
nished room and board In Catholic family.
Must be convenient to South Omaha car
References exchanged. yuick. Address
M 736. Bee.
LADY with several years' business train
ing desires position selling either In city
or will travel. Al references. Address
W. 607, care Bee.
Coal and Wood Itff,
WANTED By young man, place to work
for board while attending Boyles college
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MJSSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
Notice Is hereby given, that a special
meeting of the stockholders of The Mis
souri Pacific Railway Company , ,yi-ui be
held at the principal office of said Com
pany, In the Mitisourl Pacific Building. No.
706 Mai kit Street, In the City of St. Louis,
Missouri, on Tuesday, the 18th day of
January, 1910, at nine o'clock In the fore
noon of that day, to consider and act upon
the following propositions:
(a) To adopt a code of by-laws for the
(b) To ratify, assent to and approve a
certain indenture of lease bearing date the
loth day of July, 1WJ, by and between
Boonvllle, St. Louis A Southern Railway
Company, a corporation of the State of
Missouri, and this Company and authorized
on behalf of this Company at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the ICth
day of August, 1KIH.
(c) To ratify, assent to and Hpprove the
purchase by this Company of the whole or
any part of the railroads and other prop
erty and franchises of all or any of the
following named railroad companies:
Carthagrt and Western Railway Company,
Joplln and Western Railway Company, St.
Louis. Oak Hill and Carondelet Railway
Company, Sedalla. Warsaw and South
western Railway Company, The Kansas
City Northwestern Railroad Company, The
Nebraska Southern linilway Company,
Omaha Relt Railway Company, Omaha
Southern Railway Company, Pacific Rail
way Company In Nebraska, The Pueblo
and State Line Railroad Company, and
Kansas and Arkansas Valley Railway.
(d) For the purpose of refunding under
lying mortgage bonds and equipment obli
gations of the Company and for other cor
porate purposes, to consent to, concur In
and authorize an increase of the bonded
Indtbit'dniiii; of The M!sot!rl Pacific Rail
way Company, by the amount of iWn.Ooii .
by the Issue of Cold Bonds of the Com
pany, limited In the aggregate to the
principal amount of $17i.0Oo.0iK at any one
time outstanding, to b-ar Interest at a rate
or rates not to exceed five per cent per
annum, payable semi-annually, and oil or
any part of such bonds, as the Board of
Directors may determine, to be convertible
at the option of the holders and registered
owners thereof Into Hoik of the Railway
Company upon such terms and otherwise
as the Board of Directors may determine;
and to consent to. concur in and authorize
the execution and delivtry of a mortgage
und deed of trust on and of the whole or
part of the railroads and other property
and franchlKes of this Company whether
now owned or hereafter uoquired. to secure
such issue of bonds by this Company, and
to consider and act upon tne fonii and
terms i f sue h mortgage.
(e) To consent to anil authorize the pur
chase by this Company from time to time
of not to exceed J'J.1 000 .00) bar value of ti,
1 bonds of the St. Louis. Iron Mountain und
s inthern P.utlway Company,
it) To ratify the proceedings of the
. Hoard o? Directors theretofore taken In
au sooui tne matters aroresai.i, including
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I made of said bonds, and to consider and
! act upon such other business as may
! properly he tiaosac.ed al the meeting.
i ne siock transier duoks ot i j ,e I'n-niunv
will be closd at 3 I'. M. on the 7:h da
of January. 1S10. and will remain closed
until 10 A. M. on the lth day of January,
Dated. New York. November 17lh. 1:I).
By 'order of the Board of Directors.
t ; i; "H ii-: J. C.oCLD, president.
A. H. CALI-.F, Secretary.
Nov IS to Jan IS
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GOSSIP ABOUT G0TER50RSI1IP
Somsr that Clark Will Contest Lead
ership with Carroll in Iowa.
TOO MUCH ATTENTION TO CORN
CierntlTr of Hawkery, atne In Ail
dress to Dairymen Saa Ion a
Karros Mill Produce
(From a Staff Correspondent
PKH MOINES, Nov. 22. (Special.) New s
comes hy way of Washington that there
Is some prospect thst Lieutenant Governor
Clarke will be a candidate for governor
next yrsr, contesting for the republican
lesdershlp In Iowa with Governor Carroll.
This Is news to the people here. At the
close of the last legislative session there
was very strong sentiment In favor of
Clarke becoming a candidate for governor.
He made a most excellent record as
presiding efflcer of the senate one term
and twice as presiding officer of the house.
He announced and carried out a consistent
program of reform, and so conducted him
self that he had the favor of republicans of
both factions. But at that time Mr. Clarke
stated he would not be a candidate for
governor In 1910. Whether he will now
enter the race la regarded as not settled.
His candidacy would be non-factional. It
is still regarded possible that either ex-OoS-ernor
Unrst or Chairman John Cownle
of the Board of Control may enter the
contest next year, also that either ex
Senator Dunham or Representative Mere
dith will be the candidate of the radical
Too Mark Attention to Corn.
Governor Carroll In an address to the
state dairymen raised a question which is
becoming interesting to Iowa people, lie
questioned whether or not Iowa farmers
ere not giving too much attention to corn
to the exclusion of other products. He
recited the record of Iowa as a corn
producing state and then referred to the
statistics of dalrlng. These latter do not
show as great gain as they should. He
stated that the time has come when no
farmer can afford to farm without keep
ing cows and no dairyman can afford to
have any other than the best cows. Every
cow should be made to bring a profit. He
stated to the Dairymen's association that
his recommendation to the legislature in
the matter of maintaining the $10,004 for
educating the farmers In butter making
would depend upon the report they make
to him of the manner lu which the fund
has been used. This fund was established
by the last legislature and it la now being
used In the betterment of the dairying In
dustry, a field agent being kept active all
Railroad Commission Work.
The railroad commission disposed of only
a few of the complaints before that body
the last week, among them a controversy
regarding telephone In depot at West Lib
erty and train service between McGregor
and Mason City. Among the complaints
filed with the commission the last week
was one regarding allowing misconduct on
the Wabash trains in southern lowa. Resi
dents of Bloomfield state that on some
trains no effort Is made to stop drinking
and carousing, which Is forbidden under
the Iowa laws. Another complaint Is
against the Rock Island railroad, wherein
the National Petroleum company of Cleve
land states that the company has refused
to accept shipments of petroleum products,
and the railroad commission is asked to
Ask to Have School Inspection.
The Iowa Dental society is sending out
to school boards throughout the state cer
tified copies of a resolution adopted urg
ing that medical Inspection of all school
children be given. This is in accord with
the plans of the State Board of Health,
which the dentists approve. They also de
sire that It shall Include Inspection of the
teeth, with a view to keeping them in
healthful condition. A great many of the
school boards of the state approve this
work and It Is being adopted generally In
History of low Mining.
James H. Lees, assistant state geologist,
has completed a full history of the coal
mining industry In Iowa. He gathered the
Information from old records and from vis
Its to the various counties of the state, se
curing data from mine operators and others
in possession of the facts regarding the In
dustry. His complete report covers seventy-six
typewritten pages. The Introduc
tory Is short and each county Is taken up
and the coal mining Industry within Its
boundaries set forth In full. Tho hiBtory
will be part ot the Iowa geological survey
report for 1008.
Three Dead in
Car Carrying Five Persons Wrecked
Near Cuthbert, Ga. Two Women
Cl'THBERT, Ga., Nov. 22. Three persons
are dead and two probably fatally Injured
as a result of an automobile accident here
CI'HTIS WILLIAMS, Fort Gaines, Ga.
JAMES SHEPARD of Edison. Oa.
HORACE SHEPARD of Edison, Ua.
Miss Helene Mattox, aged 20, Coleman,
Miss Mary Mattox, aged 16, Coleman, Ga.
The accident occured two miles west of
this place as the party was returning from
Cuthbert to Coleman.
Good News for AathmntU-s.
One of the most learned professors In
Austria has demonstrated that Asthma Is
one of the simplest maladies to combat.
After many years of study and experi
ment he has discovered a combination of
drugs that will entirely eradicate the dis
ease from the system In a very short time.
Mr. C. E. Williams of 10 Fulton street.
New York, wl.l be glad to send full par
tlciilars to any afflicted person on request.
BARON KANDA PRAISES
t'vmciUalonrr Says Many of Japis'a
Best Laws are Result of
' LOS ANCICLES. Nov. 21 Raron Kanda.
a ir.enil er of the Japanese commercial com
miFloners now visiting ihe United States,
n ached In the First Congregational churcn
He delisted the mikado's edict twenty
years ago, prescribing religious tolerance
and compulsory education, was as sacred
us the Ten Commandments and praised
Christian missionaries woiking In Japan.
"We have homes for released convicts,
refuges for women and laws prohibiting
the sale of liquor and tobacco to miners."
he said. "I wish to pay tribute to Chris
tian workers who took the inltatlve In these
of deadly microbes occurs when throat and
lung diseases are treated with Dr. Klng j
New Discovery. ,1oc and $1.0(1. For sale
by Beaton Drug C
l.";nrV fI$mV5 -;u
1 1 V
J v M
Liberal Free Sample
Especially valcat'e In sural nnertior.s of rhiMrcn
mild, pure, and saniurv. Ppeci.iliy tecomniended by
physicians for children with cold in the head, which so
'ften lirinca on chronic nasal catnrrh. Contains no harm
ful dtugt. Sold only in s.tmtary. convenient tubes and
recommended bv over Ilo.OOO Jrursistl in 2.c snd ri)c tubes.
If yours hasn't Kondon s. a
postpaid ou receipt of price,
Kondon Mfo Company Minneapolis, ftilrtn.
Spirit of Unrest
Former President Castro Accused of
Fomenting- Revolution and His
Partisans are Arrested.
CARACAS. Tuesday. Nov. 22 Kormei
President Castro, an exile In Santander.
Spain. Is accused dally by the highest offi
cials of the Venezuelan government of at
tempting to foment a revolution against
the Gomes regime.
The continued agitation caused by the
recent sensational split In the liberal party
when an attempt was made to reorganize
It. the wholesale arrests of Castro partisnns
and by the near approach of the next ses
sion ot congress, which will elect a constitu
tional president for four years, has stirred
political feeling until again today a spirit
of unrest and uncertainty exists.
Either a serious condition of affairs does
exist In Venezuela, due to steps being taken
by the overthrown dictator to wreak ven
geance on President Gomes, or there Is an
object which Inspires the government to
make It appear that Castro is busy conspir
ing with his followers. This object, the
opponent of Gomel say, la perhaps to
Justify the wholesale arrests which have
Everyone believes Castro will never rest
until he has made another effort to ruin
those who were responsible for his down
fall. Times are hard for his friends In
Venezuela today. The following are among
many notables now languishing in the same
prisons which they once filled with their
R. Tello Mendoza, Castro's boon com
panion and financier who made millions for
himself: Simon Bello, Castro's brother-in-law;
Trlno Castro, Castro's brother; R.
Castillo Chapellin, chief of the Castro party
In the late congress, and General Celcstlno
Peraza, leader of the opposition In con
gress. Peraza was Jailed because he was about
to start a campaijn to prevent the election
of President Gomez. Many of the best
friends of Gomes believe that the reor
ganization of the liberal party now going
on threatens the present administration and
that at the last moment congress will bring
forward a man to oppose Gomes. Such able
and faithful supporters of Gomes as Gen
eral Leopoldo Baptlsta, who was the brains
of the reaction against Castro, and Ramon
Ayala, first vice president of Venezuela,
have emphatically refused to serve In the
party organization or to countenance It In
Mass Meeting of
Miners at Lead
Local Unions Ask Permission to
Strike Against Order Excluding
LEAD, S. D.. Nov. 22. The Homestalte
miners' unions voted tonight In mass meet
ing to ask the parent body for permission
to strike against the order excluding union
men after Jnnuary 1.
Miners, mill men, machinists, blacksmiths,
teamsters, carpenters, electricians, engi
neers, painters and practically all workers
except the Office force are organized, somi
In the Western Federation of Miners and
others In the American Federation of Labor.
The meeting was attended by 2.000 men.
The local manager says he has no author
ity to withdraw the obnoxious order.
RETIRES NEXT WEEK
James G. Bailey, Who Will Art I'ntll
Successor la Appointed, Reaches
MEXICO CITY, Nov. 22 James C. :
Ralley, recently appointed first secretary ,
of the American embassy here, arrived
tonight. Mr. Bailey will be charge d'af
faires of the American einbassy In Mexico
after the first of next month until a sue- '
tesso- to Ambai sailor David E. Thomp-
"God Bless You,"
When wt say there are but few
great speclalUts In America, of whom
Dr. Theodore Mllen, chief of staff of
the Austro-Amerlo iu Doctors of our
city Is one, we do not wish to convey
the Idea that they are the only good
physicians in this country. There
are a great many fine and capable
physicians all over the I'nlted States,
of which Omaha Is blessed with
many. What we mean by the great
specialist is that they are recognized
as authority on any and all forms of
chronic diseases, and men who con
fine their practice -itrlctly to chronic
and lorrg standing ailments of the
Mrs. KrannMco, of Oelweln, la., v
a great sufferer from a complication
of diseases that fln.illy terminated In
dropsy. When she ame to see the
Austro-Amertran Doctors she could
hardly get ar.iun.l-, ner urms ami
limbs were swollen twice the natural
size. Read what .ho tays nd If you
are in doubt, write her and have her
Omaha, Neb., Sept. 19, 1909.
My Dear Doctors: 'God bless you,"
I am writing you in regard to a
friend, but first I am irUd to tell you
1 am well. I walk where 1 pltase,
wash. Iron and si-rub, lake und do
ail kinds of hard work. 1 do not take
medicine of any kn.d any more. Mv
many friends who were so doubtful
when I went to see you snd was put
under your trestment think It Is a
miracle that 1 am n strong and look
so well. Thank Ond, I am v well
woiusn and you haie our everlasting
Mrs E. N. Kranasco.
Oelweln, la. 103 ath Ave West.
It Is such esses as this that have
gained a world-wide reputation for
the Austro-American Doctors.
Avoklcd and Cured
Frov thl.t to yotirrelt by r.-ntint: to
day for a freo sampio, postpaid, il tliij
permanent, safe nml pjsx-dy cure nro
ro.itK-, coottain;;. 1'c iHr.t. Or ask youa.
favorite Druggist lot
L.V or fV tul-e will be sent you
or absolutely free sample by
son. whose retirement then takes effect,
assumes the duties of the post.
AUTOMOBILE STRIKES WOMAN
Car Cnntulnlnar .lames J. Jeffries nnd
Frnnk (Vetch linns Down Mrs.
Hotrrtl nt Akron, O.
AKRON". O.. Nov. 2!.An ftutonioblln
rontninltiK James J. Jeffries, the pugilist;
Fred Wmk. local autoniohl e racer; Frank
Gotrh and other sisirtins nun. struck Mrs.
I.lthla Rotzell of this city lute tonight,
breaking her wrists and ankles, accordlnir
to a report made public by the police.
Physicians aid the womon would be per
of the California Fig Syrup Co. and the
scientific attainments of its ehemists hava
rendered possible tha production of Syrup
of Figs and Elixir ef Senna, in all of its
excellence, by obtaining the pure medic
inal principles of plants known to act most
beneficially and cemriining them most
skillfully, in the right proportions, with
its wholesome and refreshing Syrup of
As there it only one genuine Syrup of
Figa and Elixir W fVnna and as the gen
uine is manufactured by an original
method known to the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, it is always necessary to buy the
genuine to gft its beneficial effects.
A knowledge of the above facts enables
one to decline' imitations or to return them
if, upon viewinj the package, the full name
of theCulifornU Fig Syrup Co. is not found
printed on the front thereof.
CAISK OF KC7.EMA KXPIiAINKD
(Jerms Fester in the -fckln and Blood
(.'urea Are Imiionsitdo.
After years of debate medical author
ities, are now agreed that Eczema and
other skin diseusea are not seated In the
blood, but are caused by germs in the
skin. Myriads of micro. icoplo anlmalB
gnaw the flesh Just below the epidermis.
The patient Is perfectly healthy, it Ih
onV the skin that la diseased. . Hence
scientists are now agreed that you must
cure the skin through the skin.
The medicine must be In liquid form
In order to penetrate properly. And we
can say with confidence that we have
the true remedy for Eczema In our store.
It is the mild Oil of Wlntergreen wash
known as D. D. D. Prescription, and on
a special offer Just now we are able to
give you a bottle In a large trial Rise at
The Instant you wash with this sooth
ing liquid you will find the. Itch relieved.
We positively insure you of this. Wlil
you try a bottle on our recommendation?
Sherman McConnell Drug Co., Six
teenth and Dodge Streets; Owl Drug Co.,
Sixteenth and Harney Streets.
Best reaaed for COUGHS, COLDS,
CROTjr, S01I TKIfJlT, aad all dissaaes
f the brasthiaf enjaaa.
The f leaaaat, aeotkiag, healing, germ
kiUiag air ei Hyeaaai is tke esly remedy
that cas reack sad kill catarrh, f vnai.
Complete euebt, iacluaiiag packet inhaler,
$t,00. Lxtia ketllu, ii asWrwarat aecitd,
60c DRI'GOISTS EVERY H'HKBK.
Says Mrs. Franasco
Dl. THEODORE MII.EH,
The Otuef of Itaff.
An Omaha Woman's Letter.
Austro-Amerli an Doctors.
Dear Sirs: Some inoiiuis ago I be
gan treatment with you for catarrh
of the head anil stoniui h. At that
time I alt- no solid food, my In-art
ucled very l.a-lly and it was an effort
to sit up oi,- el a time. I ;,m irlal
to say that i uni very much improved
and feel that f am improving euch
week. 1 have UUie trouble with my
heart and very seldom eat unythiiiK
that distresses me and 1 est almost
4JS1 Orant St.
The Omaha offices of the A astro -American
Doctors are located at
Suite 428, Kamge Building, fifteenth
erg Harney streets, Just opposite the
Oifheum Theater; Slcua City Offlea,
Third rioor farmers Lean aad Trust
Breath? ft C?
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