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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1911.
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School Boys and Girls Need These
bnt it would h only natural for mother, with a hnndrM
things to think of, to overlook some necessary things.
A fine lot of Percales and Scotch Ginghams, very suit
able for school wear. We want to sell them now, hence
these low prices -91.15, $1 35 to $3.95; ags 8 to 14.
Hoys' and Girls Shocs
which stubbornlv resist the hardest wear. Button or lace
styles, patent or dull leather-$2-50 and $3.00.
New school feuits in handsome shades of brown and gray
mixtures, also blue serge, Norfolk or double breasted styles.
Trim little blouses that all boys like dressy patterns
And colors that launder well 50
HtockingN for Boys and Girls
An excellent cotton hose with double knee and heel; a
brilliant, fast black 25c.
1518-1520 FARNAM STREET
from Canada i rt. dsfieience or iia.-
"We exported lo canad.i during the ame
five years breadetuffs amounting to
SCtf.'ioS worth and imported from Canada
breadstuff amounting to $rt.s:9. SM worth
a difference of $24,916,772.
' During the same period w sold to
Canada J1.57S.197 worth of cattle, and
bought from Canada $1,193 7W worth Of rat
tle, a difference of our favor of SJM.3S3.
"Tha total of exports of all domestic mer
chandise from the United States to Canada
during tha five years. 19W-1910. ' J.:S6.
417,37?. The total Imports of ail' dbmesu-:
merchandise from Canada Into the Unites
States during the same period was S'Hl -149.239.
The difference Is $4!5.:.077.
"Unanimity is never had In a great na
tional movement. We can find Illustra
tions enough of this fact in our national
history. When it was proposed to assurm
"The White Man's Eurden," and under
take the education of the Philippine people
towards the management of their own af
fairs, we had a well-defined division of
public aentlment. Some of the motet Intel
ligent people of the country were hostile
to the movement Our whole history fur
nishes Illustrations that will readily occur
to the minds of our people the Louisiana
purchase, the acquisition of Texas. Alaska,
etc. We had a reciprocity treaty with
Canada that lasted for eleven years and
worked to the advantage of both countries
Farm Help Costa More.
"The Canadian census monthly report
wage the year round at 135.15 per, month
for males and $20 70 tor female, counting
board. Male have an average of $347.10
per year and female I.M9.69 per yeai,
counting board. This I for 1910, and U
an increase over 1909. The highest price
per month In summer are paid fn Sas
katchewan, Alberta and British Columbia,
where they are $40 per month and upward
for male and $26 per month and upward
for females, counting board. The average
rate per month for board ranges around is
per. month for male, and $6 for females.
These wage are quoted for male on the
farm and female In the house, They are
computed from a large number of return
from farmer to the census office.
" A very important feature In the minds
of people who oppotse reciprocity is tha
price of land in Canada as compared witli
the United States. Tlia Canadian census
monthly gives us the average of farm
land In the Dominion a $3845 per acre.
It was highest In British Columbia, where
the cost of clearing is heavy and the land
1 largely occupied by fruit growing, the
average being $74 per aevre. SO cents an
acre more than the previous year. Ontario
come nxt with ,$48 7r acre In 1910. which
1 $2.22 less than In 1'4.
"With the exception of a mall part of
tha province f Omai io. the land of iht
Dominion of Canada are north of the corn
growing line, and it will be found profit
able to inquire into il.e climatic condition
nrrth of our bjundarv so as to .arrive at
Safe conclusions w,:h regard to the of feet
Of temperature op the production of oro:.
"The latest killing frost in spring, in five
years, at Port Arthur, is found in the rec
ords of the weather bureau to be on June
16, and the earliest killing frost in the tall
is found to be on Septemoer 1. 'i be aver
age of five years tor the last killing frotl
in t print is found to be on J me 5 and the
average of the first killing frost n ta'.l
1 found to be on September 1. The same
climatic conditions exist aiong the .atilude
numerous other places In Canada.
" v find then that the range in the
t.ugth of the season between the killing
froet of spring and the killing frost of fall
la about three months north of the line
and nearly five months south of the line.
"The temperature from April to July
inclusive average -above the boundary line
M degrees Fahrenheit and below the boun
dary from- $5 degrees Fahrenhei to (15 de
greea Fahrenheit. The total of rainfall n
Inehe for the period April to July Inclusive
above our boundary lin-s aues from six to
ten Inches, south of the boundary lino irora
ten to Sixteen inchoi.
"Frcm the fireoms it is evident that
the fN-mer grow.n r )ps in Canada latois
under Vlfficulues that the Turner south of
the boindary :in dots nit have to meet.
When rilling f-osrs cemi witl., ninety
days of ''seh other the wheat crop iu un
doubtedly be lail'M t soma extent."
Common eoltls must be lal.ru seriously
For unless cured they sap the vitality and
lower the vital resistance to more serious
Infection Protect your children and your
self by the prompt use of Foley's Honey
and Tsr Compound and note it quick and
decisive retults. For cough, colds, croup,
whooping ccugh. bronchlltls and affection
of the throat, chest and lungs it Is an
ever ready and valuable remedy. For sale
by oil druggist.
Hit Fork Accident Fatal.
MITCHELL. 6. D. Sept. 6 (Special.)
Frederick H. Schletelbein, living near
.:iear isice, oiea a in result of an accl-
dent. He was engaged in putting hay in i
It was loaded he took hold of the load to
tart 4t in the barn, when something
happened and the carrying truck llpped
off tha rail and struck Mr. Schlefelbeln
on the back of hi head, fracturing hi
skull, and driving pieces of bone Into the
brain. He ; realised that death was to
com and prepared for it. living two days
after the accident.
A Fnrtnnate Texan
E. W. Goodlo. Dallas. Tex . found a ur
cur for malaria and biliousness In Dr.
King New Life Pills. Ir.c. For sal by
Beaton Drug Co.
MAIL SERYICE CHIEF IS HERE
John M. Masten Comes to Arrange
New Division Headquarters.
OPENS OFFICES IN 0CT0BEE
Quarter Will Be Taken on Second
Floor of Federal Building- and a
Large Force of Experts
Will Be Employed.
John M.. Maten, recently ehoen uper
lntendent of the fourteenth division of the
Railway Mall service, pent most of Tues
day in the city going over the arrange
ments for housing the new headquarters.
No definite decision was reached as to
what rooms would be used, but Superin
tendent Masten was shown the "rooms on
the second floor of the federal building,
now occupied by the examiner of pensions
and the po&tofflce Inspectors and was well
pleated with their arangement for his pur
poses. As these rooms adjoin the present
quarters of the railway mall service it
Is more than likely they will be the ones
Once Mr. Masten has chosen the rsoms
which seem most suitable it will be neces
sary that his choice be approved by the
upervlslng architect in Waahtngton. He
expects no difficulty from that source, how
ever. According to present plans an amount
of space almost double that used now by
the railway mall service will be neces
sary to carry on the work of the new dlvl
sion. Employ Fifteen Men.
An office force tt fifteen men will, ac
cording to Mr. Masten. be employed in the
new division. These will all be trained
men, schooled in the work and the choice
will be made by the civil service depart
ment. The officer also will be chosen
from civil service employes and by the
regular ystem of promotion used In that
department. None ha a yet been ap
pointed. Superintendent Masten probably will not
return to take up the real work of organ
ising the division until early in October. "I
am in the midstt a lot of work now,"
(aid Mr. Masten Tuesday afternoon, "which
It will be hard for me to drop. They are
anxious to have me stay in Washington
through this month and I doubt If I shall
be able to get away any sooner. I am
anxious, though, to get at my new work.
"I am Joyful at the prospect of being
located In Omaha," continued the new su
perintendent, "and almost equally attrac
t.ve is the prospect of being definitely lo
cated for a time, at least. For year I
have been continually changing about and
have really had little home life. I look
forward to the chance I shall have here
to really have a home again."
Chief Clerk Butler of Lancoln wa um
moned to the city for a conference with
Mr. Masten. but the conference had to do
only with arranging tor the work of the
new division. "I am not attending to any
other business for the department on this
top, ' said Superintendent Masten.
REBUTTAL IN BEATTIE CASE
(Continued from First Page.)
1 heard Paul say, 'You want to meet me
at Short and Main In fifteen minutes.
All right. I'll meet you in a half hour.'
Paul then called a Mrs. Fisher and said
Henry would be up later."
"Did you hear any on eome by later that
"1 heard Paul ay, 'Good night, Henry,'
when the machine brought Paul horn that
"Did they teem to be doing anything
about the machine?"
"Yes, they war both fixing the light or
"Do you remember what time Henry
brought Paul home Saturday night?"
"About 11 o'clock. It wa the am car
that wa there Thursday night."
"Did Paul tell you anything about the
alleged confession on that Thursday night?"
"He told us only about the purchase of
Three Other Witnesses.
John Joseph, a Syrian, who ha a con
fectionery store. at Short and Main street,
testified he saw Paul Seattle at hi stand
Thursday night. July IS.
' "What did Paul do at your store?"
"Ha came in between S and W at night
and sat down."
"What did he do?"
"He had been there seven or eight
mlnutea and a machln earn. Another
young fellow wa in tt and they went
"When did you meet the prisoner?"
"In the Jail"
"Wa It the same man who earn for
''I think o, but I wouldn't wer."
Frank Maaon, who claim to have been
in the Joseph tor at Short and Main
f rt t A.M 1 W- W m. Attn. .1
called for him, .
William MuSvoy, a bartender, testified
that he saw Paul and Henry together about j
aw in ;u.oii.vey' Mr drinking beer
on "either Wednesday, Thursday or Fri
day aight before ih murder."
On cross examination h wa asked if
it waa not taturUay night, but ha said h
did not work thai night.
John Britten, corroborated. MeEvey'e
lasiimony, declaring he saw Paul and Henry
at the bar on Thursday night before the
murder. He said he thought they had a
machine outside, and cam la between I
and 9 o'clock.
FORT MADISON PROBE BEGINS
Cosson Committee Hears Testimony
About the Prison.
EX-DEFUTY WARDEN OH STAND
Gives Damsels Ettdfnr. Aaalast
Head of Penitentiary -Postal
Clerks la Tavnr At Elakt
iFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. Ia Sept. S 8peeial Tele
pram.) The Cosson' committee to investi
gate charges of mismanagement at Fort
Madison rrifoh. began work in the office
of .the attornev general today. The flret
witness who appeared against Warden Pan
ders wS Jacob McKaig. a former deputy
warden, who was discharged bv Sanders
for having violated the rules by striking
and nearly killing a prisoner: It !s under
stood that McKaig testified against Sanders
In many matters.
Frank Baldwin, a former guard, alio
gave testimony. The Investigation I con
ducted after grand Jury farhion with no
warden Sander will be asked to make a
statement and later the committee will go
to Fort Madison.
Resolutions favoring the eight hour day
for pottal clerks were passed in the exe
cutive session of the national convention.
The postal clerks are the only federated
employes who are not affected by the eight
hour working day law and there is no
limit to the number of hours a day that
thev may bere quired to remain on duty.
Congressman Kendall wa among the
prominent speakers at today' meeting.
Why He Will Not
DEC MOINES. Ia, Sept. 8. Asserting
that he entertains none but the most
friendly personal feeling for President
Taft, but the nation' chief executive doe
not take the ' progressive view," Senator
Albert B. Cummin, in a signed statement
today sets out in a bill "of particulars"
the reasons why he think Taft should
not be returned to the presidential chair.
Among other things, (Mr. Cummin points
to the executive' position on the Canadian
That measure the senator calls "The most
unfortunate act of legislation passed within
the period of the present administration."
Topics of political discussion from the
Payne-Aldrich tariff law to Taft's vetoes
of the wooien bill and statehood measure
of New Mexico and Arizona, including the
recall of the Judiciary, are taken up one
by one by Senator Cummins.
In conclusion Senator Cummins aver
that on all vital things the allies and up
porters of Taft have been the reaction
aries and standpatters in the senate and
house and says that if the republican party
believes in perpetuating this leadership it
cannot do better than nominate President
Taft. However, Mr. Cummins says he does
not believe in it and is therefore hoping
tor the nomination of a progressive re
publican. TABOR GROCER IS MISSING
Fred McCoraalck Disappear Week
Abo, Leaving; a Note that He
Was Goings to Omaha.
TA50R, Ia., Sejjt.' 5.-(Special.)-A hur
riedly written note to hi former partner
and brother-in-law, w. A. Swart, stating
that he, Fred McCormlck, had left at 5
a. m. for Omaha 1 all that ha been heard
from that young man since last Wednes
Fred MeCormick had clerked in Mr.
Swart grocery and was for several
years a partner In the business.
About a year ago he married the young
est daughter of Mrs. E. E. Ollland, and
their domestic life appeared to be very
happy. Mrs. MeCormick was away on a
visit to her sister in Ottumwa at the time,
but returned home at once when Mr. Swart
telephoned her Friday to ascertain if
Fred was there.
No good reason can be given for the
strange departure and failure to return.
The missing man was good natured and
popular with the public. He belongs to one'
of the respectible and pioneer families. Hi
grandfather had an early reputation in
the legislature from Fremont county and
his father. S. P. McCormlck, had the dis
tinction of being Tabor first democratic
Diligent search Is being made by hi
brother, Ira McCormlck, cashier of the
First National bank of Tabor.
RYDER SPEAKS IN MASON CITY
Newspaper Man Make Labor
Day Address In the Cejaent
! MASON CITY, Ia., Sept. 5.-Spclal )-.
Labor day was celebrated in this city
Monday. At 10 o'clock there was a parade,
the carpenter, bridge and structural iron
workers, plumber, printer and railway
trainmen being largely represented in the
parade. It was to be a united demon
stration, but it wa taken up so late that
some of the union found it impossible to
take part. The plcnlo grounds were at
the new City park, and after sport galore
and a ball gam between the printer and
carpenter, in which the printer fairly
buried their opponent, tha speech of the
day waa made.
John J- Ryder of Omaha made the ad
drear It wa a clear, clean, concise ex
position of the labor situation, robbed of
all bitterness and vindictive utterances. It
waa well calculated to lift the labor ques
tion into the prominence it haa long sought
to attain. It waa the general verdict that
Mr. Ryder would, be beard from in the
adjustment of the labor question before
Pitcher Break Hi Arm.
MARSH ALLTOWN, Ia.. Sept. 6.-(Spe-cial
) When Eugene Johnson, a young
man of this city, "wound" up while in the
box pitching for a local amateur team this
afternoon, and wa in the act of throwing
an out curve the bone of hi right
arm snapped Just above the elbow with
a crack that was beard all over the dia
mond State Ce- ter Cbnrch Looted.
MARSHALLIOWN. Ia.. Sept. S.-(Spe-ctal
) Thfc German Lutheran church, near
State Center, wa desecrated and looted
by burglars some time last night and W
worth of furnishings of the altar were
stolen. E- P. Snyder's confection store at
State Center was entered the same night
and S1C0 worth of merchandise was taken.
Baby Fatally Barned.
NASHUA, la., Sept. 6. Special.) While
playing with matches Rex, aged 1 years,
the son ef Mr. and Mrs. Max McGreger.
near here, set fire to his drees and re
ceived burns that will prove fatal.
Three Men Killed by Train.
FREMONT. Wis , Sept. S.-Englneer Au
gust KuMler and two tramp were killed
today when part of the 8oo line "Velvet
Special" northbound train, from Chicago
to the Twin cities, struck a misplaced
switch near here and jumped the track.
OMAHA MAN HEADS REPUBLICAN
JOHN L. KENNEDY.
CONTEST FAIR AND SQUARE
No Deception in Bee's Booklovers'
Game that is Now Running;.
ARTIST DOES NOT KNOW TITLES
Only Editor Who Makea I p Sugges
tion Ha Fact and He Guards
Them Strongly, So There
1 No Leak.
The Bee wlshe to Impress upon the
public mind that the Booklovers' contest
now running in this paper 1 the fairest
and squarest of newspaper games. There
Is no chance for any deception. The first
contest proved to participants that the
game Is conducted In a thoroughly honest
As the titles are selected the pictures are
at once drawn that are to represent thfm.
The artist do not know by any means
what titles they are representing they
draw to order. A slip of paper is handed
them upon which 4s told, for instance, that
they are to draw a house by a river, with
a dog sitting on the porch of the house.
The one selecting the title compares the
drawing with the title, and haa It changed
until the drawing exactly f'ta the title-
exactly represent it.
The Bee is conducting a contest that Is
open and above board, that gives an equal
chance to all. Above all, no one will ever
secure an advantage in this contest by un
fair mean. Any set with a taint of un
fairness about it will be thrown out at
Contestant are invited to acquaint them
selves thoroughly with every phase of the
Did you ever stop to think you who have
not yet entered The Bee's great Booklov
ers' contest how easy it Is for you to enter
the contest right now and start after one
of the superb prise that will be awarded?
A contestant i not clear in hi mind re
garding the situation a regards two books
of the tame title- He writes to ask that
in case of two books of the same title, but
by different authors, whether the two book
title should be tent in. It must be said
that five answers to every puzzle are per
mitted. If a contestant find there are two
titles to the etme picture he Is privileged
to send in both name. .
Children Thrown to
Safety When Auto .
When an automobile turned turtle over
a twelve-foot embankment a mile from
Ashland at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon,
two small children were saved from death
by being thrown by elders, several feet
from the crest of the embankment Into
a pile of sand, and seven older occupants
of the machine escaped with minor in
juries by Jumping from the summer
The two children of Mrs. uramle Edwards
of Ashland, Everett and "Sister." 4 and
3 years old, respectively, were uninjured,
while Ben Miller of 1107 Davenport street,
Omaha, who threw Everett to safety and
Mrs. Edwards, who tossed her S-year-old
daughter from her lap, received sever
lacerations and bruise.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Dean, their daugh
ter Iva, and Mr. Bingham of Ashland and
James Warren ef Omaha, chauffeur, the
other occupants, were badly bruised and
shaken up. In a buggy borrowed from a
farmer, young Milder and Mr. Edward
were -taken into AtHland, where the Dr.
Meredith attended them. Milder sustained a
severe gash in his left arm and hi left
thumb wa almost severed by being thrown
through the wind hied. Mr. Edward
dislocated her left shoulder In throwing
her baby into the sand.
The accident happened on a steep hill a
mile south of Ashland. The automobile
was coming down tha hill, when the brake
broke and the chauffeur lost control of
Going at a fast rate, it plunged toward
the embankment and turned a complete
summersault as It went over the crest.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Milder of 1107 Daven
port street and Mrs. Mar Studna and her
daughter. Rose, of Kansas City, visitor
at the Milder home, left Omaha yesterday
morning in the automobile to spend the
day with the Dean family at Ashland.
Ben Milder went to Ashland on a train
to join the party yesterday noon. They
were taking the Dean out for a ride, when
the accident occurred.
The Milder and Mrs. Studna and daugh
ter, returned to Omaha last night.
MILITIA COMPANY DISBANDS
Organisation of National Gnard at
Hot Springs. S. D-, Is Mui.
HOT SPRINGS, S. D.. Sept. 8MSpeclal.)
-Company H, Third regiment of the South
Dakota National Guard, 1 being muttered
out today. Though Company H haa alway
made an excellent showing at tha annual
encampment In eomparUon with the other
unit of the regiment, local condition are
unfavorable for maintaining the organiza
tion and it disbanded at the request of
Captain Hedrlck, who has been at it head
for three year. The eummer 1 very buy
her and in the winter many are away
who compose the company. Captain Hed
rlck ha been transferred to the staff of
the adjutant general.
The implicit confidence that many people
have in Chamberlain Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy 1 found on their ex
perience in the use of that remedy and
their knowledge of the many remarkable
cure of colic, diarrhoea and dysentery
that It has effected. For sale by all deal
ers. Work for Fifty-Five Thonsand.
BOSTON. Eept. 5 A change for the bet.
ter occurred In - many citle, town and
village of New England today, when tex
tile mill employing an aggregate of &5.000
person resumed operations after a shut,
down varying from eight days to two
weeks or more.
KENNEDY HEADS COMMITTEE
Omaha Man Made Chairman of Repub
HEADQUARTERS COME TO OMAHA
Twenty-Seven Member Attend and
Vote on Location Serenteen to
Mne Secretary Wilson
(From a Staff Correspondents
LINCOLN. Neb . Sept. 5 -l? pectal Tele
gram (-The republican state cnural com
mittee last night selected Omaha tr head
quarters fo.- the year, elected John L.
Kennedy chairman and adopted the rules
of mo tor the coining year. Twenty-seven
members of the committee were present.
Mr. Kennedy was empowered to select his
own secretary. The vote on location of
headquarters wss 17 for Omaha and 9 for
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson ad
dressed the committee
No opposition existed toward Mr. Ken
nedy. He was on the ground and willing
to take the poattlon. But he made on
condition which caused the members to
balk on his selection. His business would
not admit of his taking the place If the
headquarters would not be moved to the
Some members were afraid that it would
not prove a wise move to take the head
quarters to Omaha and aelect a chairman
from that place a'.so. Lamiister county
representatives in the committee wanted
the headquarters to remain In this city,
but were not willing to push their prefer
ence. The same friendly attitude was ex
pressed by Omaha members. These de
clared their second choice was Chairman
Husenetter for a second term, although
he had publicly announced his desire to
Secretary Douglas was not present and
H. G. Thomas of Harvard acted as secre
tary. Myron Learned of Omaha placed Mr.
Kennedy In nomination, explaining care
fully, however, that he would withdraw the
name unless the committee could see It
way clear to allow the headquarters to go
to Omaha also, where Mr. Kennedy could
take care of the campaign without hav
ing to seriously neglect his business.
Opposition to Omaha.
S. W. Burnham of Lincoln move the lo
cation be selected first and thus get that
matter out of the way. F. Wilcox wa
afraid the people in the central and western
part of the state did not understand
Omaha and that If the headquarters were
located there it would work to the disad
vantage of the ticket. The people of his
section are Inclined to criticise the me
tropolis, he said, and to believe that
Douglas county republican work for that
county alone. Marshall Harrison of Otoe
county seconded this sentiment, in part,
and moved that headquarters be left In
Lincoln. E. R. Gurney of Dodge asked to
hear from Mr. Learned as to why head
quarter should be moved. Mr. Learned
explained it was wholly on account of Mr.
E. P. Brown of Lancaster declared there
was rivalry between the two cities. What
wa wanted was euccess for the party.
The vote was in favor of Omaha.
Mr. Kennedy was announced a chair
man. He made a short address, in which
he declared bis thank were due the com
mittee, because he felt any opposition to
him was due entirely to the change of lo
cation. He promised to give his most
earnest support and promised also that if
any strength was lost in the state by rea
son of the change Douglas county would
make it up twofold.
Thanks to Hnsenetter.
The thank of the committee were . ex
tended to Retiring Chairman Husenetter
on motion of A. W.. Jefferls. The commit
tee elected E. P. Brqw-n of Lancaster vice
chairman of the committee and empowered
Chairman Kennedy to name his own treas
urer as well a ecretarv. Addresee were
made by Judges Rose and Hamer, candi
dates for supreme Judge, and by T. L.
Hall, candidate for railway commissioner.
Secretary of Agriculture James Wilson
made an ardent Taft speech. He reviewed
affair from the day McKInley took the
presidency, showing that a period of al
most uninterrupted progrest and prosperity
had followed. He had no doubt Taft
would be renominated. He lauded Taft
a a conervative, wis and diplomatic
president and told his hearer that It waa
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With the aid of this lotion, wrinkles and
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til the psUent is cured.
Write or call.
"Fidelity Rupture Cure,
Km V S. fa. OOV 1
Frank H. Wray. M. 0.
Bo eulleint. Omaha
ud to the central and western state to !
nominate and elect him. He said be had
spent considerable time In Iowa befora ;
coming to Nebraska and had found a
healthy Taft sentiment there.
A Great Advantage to XVorklnsr Men.
J. A. Mapla. 126 8. 7th St.. Bteubenvtlle.
O.. ays: "Tor year I suffered from weik
kidney and a severe bladder trouble, t
lesrned of Foley Kidney Pll'. and their
wonderful cure, so I begsn tsklng them.
and sure enough I had a good result s
any I heard about. My backache left me
and to one ot my business, expressman,
that alone is a great advantage. My kid
neys acted free and normal, and that
saved me a lot of misery. It ts now a
pleasure to work where It used to be a
misery. Foley Kidney rills have cured me
and have my highest . praise " For aale
by all druggists.
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You arc sure of the character of the
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growths of every sort are the basis
of the goodness of
Then comes the most thorough
cleaning, to give you full weight of
actual spice. Ground by modern
methods packed to hold the
strength. Better isn't possible.
There are two kinds of spices
Tone's and "others. "
At your grocer's 10c a box, any
kind. If ne can't supply you, send
10c for full size box.
TONE BROS., Des Moines, la.
8lnder ol th famous Old Golden Coffee.
What Buyers Appreciate
Our showing of beautiful Silverware is
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of all careful buyer of gifts and also
those who are In search of elegant table
appointments. The articles are not com
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silver Is so distinctive, eo practical and
so substantial that it makes the most
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Don t Merely Bay
Cured in 3 Days
If you are a drink victim
or addicted to the use of
drugs if you have a rel
ative, friend, or simply
know of. some one, man
or woman, who is, it is
your plain duty to let them
know of the results which
have been, and will con
tinue to be, accomplished
by the Meal 3 Day Cure.
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By the time we alter,
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Don't Pull Out
the Gray Hairs
A Few Applications of a Simple
Remedy Will Bring Back
the Natural Color.
"Pull out one gray hair and a dozen
will take its place" Is an old saying,
which I to a great extent, true. If no
teps ate taksn to stop the cause. When
gray hairs appear it Is a nign that Na
ture needs assistance. It is Nature's
call for help. Gray hair, dull, lifeless
hair, or hair that 1 falling out, la not
necessarily a sign of advancing age, for
there are thousands of elderly people,
with perfect heads of hair without a
ingle streak of gray.
When gray hairs come, or when the
hair seems -.o be lifeless or dead, soma
good, reliable hair-restoring treatment
should be resorted to at once. Special
ists say that one of the beat prepara
tions to use I the old-faahloned "ease
tea" which jur grandparent used The
best preparation of thl ktnd Is Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy, a prep
aration of domestto sage and sulphur.
scieniiiicauy compounded witn iater dis
covered hair tonics and stimulants, the
whole mixture being carefully balanced
and tested by experts
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Is clean and
wholesome and perfectly harmless. ' It
refreshes dry, parched hair, removes
dandruff and gradually restores faded
or gray hair to its natural color.
Don't delay another minute. Start
using Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur at
once and see what a difference a few
day's treatment will make in your balr.
This preparation 1 offered to tha
public at fifty cents a bottle, and is
recommended and sold by all druggists.
Special Agents: Sherman & McConnoll
Drug Co., 16th and Dodge St.; Owl
Drug Co.. 16th and Harney Eta
entrance oa Court
TeL X. lOl
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