Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 13, 1911, Page 2, Image 2
THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1911. you by clothes at less cost than store. Norfolk or Double S5 - S6 - S7.50 boys' other For Smaller Boys Russian Suits and Over- Sailors, coats, $3.75 to $7.50 $4.50 to $8 50 rat yoiim own 1U8-1520 FARiJAM CXJiEST FARMER SHOOTS BROTHER Olcion liei in Wait for Corn Thief and Find Brother Near Bin. VICTIM TAKEN TO HOSPITAL Brother Live 'aa Adjoining Firm (loath of Papfllloa and III Feel-1 iny Had ot llee'a Kaowa "' . . . o tlav jpxleted. ' William Oleson, a farmer .. Irving . sis mile south iff fapliiron, was (hot at & o'clock this morning by htk brother John and la In a serious condition at tha Bouth Omaha hospital. Threa shot war fired, ona taking effort In tha atomach, ona in tha groin and tha othar In tha ahouldar. Sheriff 8paarman of Sarpy county ar retted John Immadlataly atar tha. shoot. Ing and locked him up In tha South Omaha jail. William Oleson had baan missing corn from Ms grain bin'-for aoma tlma. but waa unabla to aacarlaln tha Identity of tha thief. Wednesday night ha decided to atay up and kaap a watcht vr his com: i : ' .Nothing happened during the 'night' and ha Jtft hi vtgll about 4 o'clock In tha morning. 'About an hour U tar ha haard a hair tiaar tha oca bin... U want out to see what waa tha trouble and found bla brother John atandlng near tha corn bin. He aald: "Why. John, what are you doing here?" and John draw a re volver without any warning and fired three ahota. i John Oleson haa a farm adjoining WIN llam a. Trouble haa elstd between the two brothers for om time. The doctors aay that William la In a very precarious condition and la jikely to die. klaa from Head to Heel ' ' ' waa Pen , Pool, Threat. Ala., when dragged -over . gravel, roadway, but Bucklen. Am It a Calve, cured him. tba. For aale by Beaton Drug Co. POWDER SEE w Wllag II . tba baking ' SEE bw: nmeh nor ami form La qaality . SEE tow para kow f ao4 ' SEE Uw oooaonatcal and SEE that yon gat Calomel At you i h'irr s. . . votlST , mADc BY 1 n f M'ATT TTTTVTTfl'IP a w m mmwtwm:m urn CHICAGO IP ? BAKING BAKING FOVW y This Is a Real Boys' Store The boys' clothing section is a bobby of ours for years we have studied boys and their clothes needs. Instead of pushing the boys de partment into some out-of-the-way corner, we placed it right in the heart of the fctore. It is the largest .. section devoted to boys' apparel in Omaha, and being the largest it nat urally offers a greater range of 'styles from which to choose, j By purchasing in large quantities we are enabled to obtain the highest grade of clothing at very reasonable prices we share this saving with giving the finest grade of they can be secured at any Breasted Styles - $8.50 - S10 rronr riOM cry x!iU5 Many Mexican Rebels Die in Battle - Near Tuxtla TITXTLA. fluent res. Chlaeaa. Vfaxlriv Oct. n. Fighting late Monday afternoon for the poaaeaalon of tha Uttla town of Ct.lapltla. held by lnaurrecto. whoaa atrength waa estimated aa WO. volunteers, numbering but 1!A killed 130 rebels and cepiurea iw. eigmeen 01 wnom were wounded. The loas to the government forces la given ai less than a dosen killed. ' The rebel force waa three-fourths Cha- mula Indiana. Thev ware armed nrlnnt. pally with machetes and lanoas and a antiquated rlrearma. Mrs. James B. Wootan, 1101 Lafayette avenue, Omaha, has a brother, Rev. 8. V. Wiley, ' D. D., In Tuxtla. He is doing mlaslonary work there and In a re cent letter he spoke of the hostilities as very serious. Many women and children had fled the city for refuge elsewhere, and some of the men who remained felt none too comfortable with well developed war waging about them. Business was at a standstill and prosperity was not altogether unlimited. Tuxtla, It aeeme, haa been one of the storm centers right along, though tha people there felt at the first of the revolution, whioh brols along, the American border,, that Ik would scarcely reach them. PORTUGUESE ROYALISTS . DEFEATED AND CAPTURED LISBON. (Vie Frontier), Oct 11-Th ye lute, taking advantage of a storm Tuesday night, made a foray from their mountain stronghold In the dlreatlon of Vlnhaea. ' Republican troops Interrupted and engaged tha enemy at cloee quarters. The firing from both aides was Intense for some time In the darkneas. Then the royalists gave up tha attempt and retired to the passea In Sierra Da Corda. within half a mile of tha Span Ish frontier. They left several dead and wounded on tha field. Colonel Bardoja, commanding the Tenth regiment stationed t Bragania, waa relieved of bis com mand yeaterday and ordered tried by court-martial. He la accused of delaying forty-eight houra after learning that a monarchy column waa In hla district and of being moved only - on moat urgent ordera from Lisbon. The republican hare captured Mo men who had deeerted the royal ranks on becoming separated from their com mends. The prisoners revealed the hiding place of royalist arm. In on cave was found 1.000 Maussr rlflss. 6uQ revolvers and 60,000 cartridges. DEATH RECORD. Hearr W, Pallor. WASHINGTON. Oct. 1! -Henry W. Fuller, general passenger traffic manager of the Cheeapeake Ohio railway, died at hla residence la thla city early today. He had been 111 for many menths of a complication of diseases. He was one of the most widely knowa paasenger traffic officiate In the country. New Counterfeit Tea-Dalla Ball. WA8H1NOTON. Oct. U-fhe public to warned by the secret service against a new counterfeit ten-dollar bill. This spurloua note of the Crocker National bank of Ban Francisco Is the series of 1903-19(, bears eheck letter "F" and the names of Charles H. Treat and W. T Vernon aa treaaurer of the United States and register of the treasury, reepeorlvely. It would deceive only Inexperienced handlers of money. Mn, Aaa O'Reilly. . FORT DODGE, la., Oct. U-8peclal.) 'Mrs. Anne O'Reilly. U years old, died Tutsday and hr husband, who Is M. ta Wt a widower. Mrs. O'Reilly had been In failing health for aoroe time. The old couple bad been making their home with Mrs. J. P. O Connor, a daughter. The other children are Father J. CRctily of Rock Valley, Father C. A. O'Reilly of Ed wardavlllt. 111.; p. p. O Rellly Emmets burg. M. H, O Pellly of Uvermore. P. A. O'Reilly of Moose Jaw, Canada; Mrs. J. M. Meagher of Moose Jaw, Canada; Mr. and Mrs. O'ReLty cams to Wsbeter county to live forty years ago. Tkaaaaa Breaaaa. FORT DO DOE. la.. Oct U-Speeial.) "Thomas Breonaa. who came to Fort Dodge ta died Tuesday of append! title. He had been prominent la thla com munity ana until a Jnm months ago had been actively engaged ta-buslneee ' larkKaewh. .. HUMBOLXiT. jseu.. Oct. ll-apoclaj.)- Married, Monday avenlng.. at . JUverUia. by Rev. Father Wolf. J. Able Clark and Mia. Anna Knock of Humboldt. mm WANT WORK FOR CONVICTS State Parole Board Inuei Letters o Large Employer! of Labor. STATE TEACHERS INCORPORATE riaa la Better to t'onaerve I.arae Reaerve Faad Walrb Aeenele tioa Hae Arrnmelatrd Ruling for Medlce. From a Staff Correnpondent DTE8 MOINES, la., Oct. lJ.-8peclal Telegram. The atate parole board hus lxu-d a letter to largn rmi'loyrra of j bor In Iowa asking their anaifitano In finding work for paroled convicts. This la addraned especially to manufacturer!! tni others using skilled labor. The board ' having difficulty finding places for the paroled convicts and It Is necessary before a parole Is lusued that a place of employmnt be provided or that friends guarantee that tha convict will be given employment. Teachers Incorporate. The Iowa atate teachers' association today became an Incorporated body by filing articles of Incorporation, but with- out capital stuck. The association has thirty thousand members. The DurDoae of the Incorporation Is so that the reserve fund which the association has been ac cumulating may be better cared for. Rallna Afferta Medics. The Slate Board of Health, through Secretary Kumner. has made a rule that etudente In medical colleges who fall In their sophnmors year muat drop out of oonege and complete tjkelr preliminary work before they can continue the study of medicine In any Iowa medical college. The ruling will materially affect the welfare of many medical students, who, when they fall the first year, take the same year's work over again, pass the examination, and go on with their course. Matual Inanranre Election. FORT DO DUE. la.. Oct. 12.-Br,cleH Members of tha Farmer' Mutual In surance company, a co-operative concern including abater and adioinlna- counties met In annual aeaaion here and reported their business thriving. The officers elected for tha coming year are: L. 8. Coffin, president; C. W. Maher. vice president; D. 8. Coughlan. treaaurer, and O. H. Williams, secretary. All the offi cers are fort Dodge men. The director. Include tha officers and Frederic Larra- bea, J. W. Pitman of Lohrvllla, N. Wal- sted or Bomers. H. C. Bmlth of Jewell Junction and W. O. McConnall of VV.h. ater City. Cleb Women Meet la Denlson. DENISON. la.. Oct. lt-(Bpeclal.)-Repreaentatlveg of the federated women'a clubs of tha Tenth district of Iowa closed k most profitable convention this evening at this, city., The reception given the vlaltors Tuesday evening was very da llghiful for the vlaltors and all present- Mrs. Frances C, Whitley, the district president, presided. The reports from the clube showed cJvlc. educational, literary, musical and altruistic work of all kinds receiving tha acUva support of tha mem. bershlp. The address by Mr. Homer A. Miller of Dea Moines, state president, showed the 400 clubs in Iowa to have ixaoo members. ' Library Aeeoelatloa. Officers. MASQN.c:TT. lav Out. tt-Spcjal Telegram.) Tha executive committee win decide betweea Waterloo and Nevada a toe piece or Holding the 1111 State Library association meeting. Officers were elected as follows: Preadent. 'Oraca Rose. Dav. nport: first vice president, Helen M. Lee, Dea Moines; second vice president. Addle Barton, Mason City; secretary, L. L. Dtekeraon, Orfnnell; registrar, Parah Palmer. Red Oak; treasurer, Newton H. Parvln, Cedar Rapids j honorary presi dent, Payne, Nevada. ; i i Red Oak Boy la Cadet Coloael. I IOWA CITT. Ia, Oct. U-(Special.)-. Clifford Powell of Red Oak haa been named cadst colonel of the cadet regi ment of tha University of Iowa by Com mandant of Battalion Captain Morton C. Mumma, Second cavalry, p, e. van Noatrand of Iowa City will be oadat un tenant colonel, while Harold Anderson of rorest city and Olenn Cunningham of Allerton are appoints cadst major. Iowa Varelty Droae Ckaael. IOWA CITT. la.. Oct. ll.-(gpeolaJ.)- oecause only auo students on the average at, tha University of, Iowa attended weekly cbapal exercises. PraMan. i.hn O. Bowman today aonounoed a dissolu tion or tn custom. Thera will be no chapel hereafter unless a notice thereof la posted. HYMENEAL Frteeea-Barkoaaa. FAIRBURT. Neb.. Oct. .-apeell.)-N. B. FTleaan. a Dromlnant ImnUm... dealer of Falrbury, and Mlaa Maggie Barkman of Jansen. Keh.. wen .. at tha Methodist parsonage In thla city. "v. w. uuoert omolaUng, About flf. teen Immediate friends and mi.hv the contracUng parties witnessed the ceremony. The bride U aa aocompllaned daughter of Mr. and Mm. Martin Bark man, living near Janaen. The groom la the son of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Frleaen. alao of Jansen. Mr. and Mr. Frteeea eu ior k. eases city after the ceremony, where they axrect to spend some day. On their return to Falrbury they will go ie nuueeaeepmg. Darte.Carter. OZARK. Ark.. Oct. llUnlted States Senator Jeff Davl ef Little Rock and Mlsa Leila Carter, daughter of Dr. and Mr. Wallace A. Carter of this city, were married at the Carter reeldence thla after, noon. Member of the Immediate famtly and a few frlenda wltneesed the cere mony. Senator Davl arrived here last night, accompanied by a : number of filenda. Immediately after the ceremony Mr, and Mr. Devta left for San Fran claoo and other Pacific ooaat points, where they will remain until November V when they will return to Little Rock ta reside. Senator Davis waa a widower and his family eonalat of three sons gad four daughter. FttB.trlok.M errtMa. TANKTON. a D., Oct. lt-8pclal ) Mlaa Edith Morrison, niece of Judge Bart let t Tripp, and Jame Fttspatrtck of Winona, Minn., Junior member of the legal firm of Buck FHspetrtck, will be married here tomorrow morning. The bride la one of the most accomplished and popular young women In Yankton octal circles and the wedding Is the most prominent one here for some time. The ceremony will be performed at the resldenoe ef Judge Tripp, wha is aa ex-minister to Auitrtla under Preeldent McKtnley. Uev. Lawrence Link, paator ef Sacred Heert church, will officiate. The Merchant-Who Has. the Uqoda is the One Who Leu the Publlo Know it Throug Advertising in The Bee. Eighteen Persons Drowned by Tidal Wave in Mexico NOOALE3. ArU.. Oct. 12 -Elghteen per sons are dad as a result of a storm wmch swept the western coast of Sonora, Mex., a week ago todey. Many more arc mining. rtoasll. with BOnO people, haa been for five days without water, excepting scant supplies sent Irregularly from Ouayamaa. One mining property suffered damage es timated at 12.000,000. EL PASO, Tex., Oct. 12.-A special to the Herald says that the tidal wave which struck Ouayamas, Sonora, waahed out a causeway three kilometers long over an arm of tha bay. The wavee leaped a sea wall and water ran three feet deep In the street. 1 rains from the south are running only aa far a Harmo alllo. MEXICO CITT. Mexico, Oct. U. - Re port received by the Department of the Interior today Indicate that there was a big property Ions, but few fatalities as a reeult of a storm that swept the coast of the state of Sonora last Thursday. The telegraph wires were not restored until laat night, when the government received Ita flrat word of the disaster. According to official advices the village of Ban Joae De Quaymas waa practically destroyed. Th railway station at Empalme and Ortl were torn down. The lower part of Ouaymaa, th port city, was Inundated by th sea to a depth of two fset. No lives were lost there. The wind rose at S o'clock In tha morn ing and attaining hurricane velocity, con tinued for some hours. Iron roof of many building Including th custom hous. were blown away and smaller structures were levelled at Ouaymas. A few lighters In the harbor wer driven aKhore. One man wae killed at Espallna. Communication with Ban Jose D Ouay. ma haa not yet been re-established. Prices Paid for Most Crops Higher Than a Year Ago WASHINGTON, Oct. It-Short crop corn, potatoes, hay and oat and a good crop of cotton have had their affect on price, which are being paid to farmer for their product. Inquiry by the Department of Agricul ture regarding pricee paid on October 1. compared with that date a year ago, hows that barley averaged per cent higher; .potatoea. XJ per cent higher; hay, 23 7 per cent higher; eats, 17.4 par cent higher; oorn, 7.5 per cent higher; buckwheat. 14 per cent lower; wheat, 8.7 per cent lower; chicken. per cent lower; butter, .11 per cent lower; eggs, 10.7 per cent lower; flax seed, ia.4 per cent lower and cotton, tit per cent lower. Similarly prloea on September 1. compared with laat year for clover teed averaged tit per cant higher; sweet po tato, 2S.1 per cent higher; onion. 14 per cent higher; honey, It par cent higher: cabbage. It per cent higher; milk, 0.1 lower; bean. 0 per cant lower; milch cow, 11 per cent lower; horae, 4.1 per cent lower; apple. II per cent lower; beef cattle, 4.7 per cent lower; veal calve. ( per cent lower; wool. 11.1 per cent lower; lambs, U.4 per oant lower; sheep, 117 per cent lower; hog. 11 per cent low4r. " ' " ' ' Walsh's Name Not on First Parole List ! LEAVENWORTH. Kaa.. Oct il-In th flrat list of parolee granted by th Federal Board of Parol at It last meet ing, th nam of John R. Walsh, tha Chicago banker, doe not appear. Either ten or eleven man. at leaat two of, whom war banker hav been ordered reJed, It la understood. Walsh' hearing came before those ef the men who are to be paroled It la underatood. Aa tb cases are taken up numerically by th board this is thought to be an unfavorable algn tor WaJch. It I possible of course, tor th board till to pa on Walsh' caao, but th fact that It haa been passed over one without favorable recommendation make th outlook more discouraging for tha former banker and hi friend. Th banker who are to be paroled are said to be from Indiana. Flv Indiana bankers, Mas H. Emmerich and C. Prlntaler of Indlanapolla. Ind; , B. H. Dletier of Fort Wayne i J. H. Phillip of Terre Haute and F. H. Nlcolal of Au. burn, all five-year men. mad application for parol at tb laat meeting. All ef the men are aald to bo modal prisoner and their chance for release wer thought by many to be favorabla All of these prisoners pleaded guilty on th lint day, November tS. l&W and war sentenced by Judge Anderson flv day later. They earn to th penitentiary In a body. It 1 Improbabl that any of th men will be released before tomorrow or Sat. urday. It 1 necessary tor their parole paper to arrive her and "first friend" to vouch for them before they can leave th penitentiary. How to Make Your Com plexion Faultless. (Ladles' Horn Magaslne.) A noud Englishman visiting our country said recently: "Hate oft to th American women, because they put Up a uccesful fight against old age.'' This is true la nine case out of ten, Th typical American woman goe In to win when she commences her battle with Father Time. One of her chief weapons la tb careful etudy of her complexion. And many of our women have found out that using the old fashioned remedy, pure foliated bal eam. will clear and beautify and make faultleea their akin aa nothing else tn the world will. Therefore they turn a deaf ear to th druggist who Is trying to sell them espeneiv coa metlc put up iq fancy base. Tbee creams and lotions and patent prep aration only patch up tnelr com plexions temporarily, while an ounce and a half of pure coleated baleam will actually renovate the complex ion by gradually absorbing tha old, deadened and discolored skin. peril-cl-s, and substituting fresh, healthy skin, which quickly form under neath, ftallownese, pimple, liver kputs. freckles, tan. eta, cannot abide on the face of the woman who usee this old-faahloned home remedy. DENTISTRY EUiley, Tti Dentist New Offtcea, New - Whit Barillary Dental Rqulnntent T04-10 Otiy feetloaal Bank Bldg. TM SKTaCSVAPKa, High grade dentletry et re tunable price Cut thle- oet to find StbUeae4 ta IseO. COLUMBUS VISITS CHICAGO Discoverer Reaches City with Three Caravans This Morning. WELCOME BY MAYOR HARRISON eeaee Marking First Leading la America Are Re-Ennoted with Dignified Ceremony at Grant Park. CHICAGO, Oct. 11-Wtth elaborate pageants on land and water, Chicago today celebrated Columbus day In' honor of the 419th anniversary of the discovery of America. Members of ths Knight of Columbus, impersonating Columbus, King Ferdinand. Queen Isabella and other characters of the period, boarded three Spanish cara vels at Jackson park and salied to Grant park, where the party was welcomed by Mayor Harrison and other officials, and the scenee marking the discovery of America were re-enacted with dignified ceremony. Bolemn high mass waa celebrated at tha Holy Name cathedral In honor of the event, which was followed by a parade of Italian organization In historical cos tumes, with floats and allegorical repro ductlons of famous scenes In the II f of Columbus. Attorney Thinks Stephenson Expense Bill is Too Small MILWAUKEE. Oct U-That money waa distributed o liberally by Senator Isaac Stephenson during hi campaign for nomination at th primaries In that sum aa great aa 11.800 war paid out without any accounting aver given or asked was the testimony given today by George H. Gordon. United State at torney for the western district ' of Wis consin before the senatorial Investi gating committee. Before he held public office, but when he wa counsel for the Chicago A North western railroad at La Croaae, Gordon aid ha wa paid tl.SOO out of the 1107,793 Stephenson campaign fund to be used In the senator' interest. He In turn dis tributed the money to others, from whom he asked no accounting. He could not remember how much he had paid to Individuals, but he kept no money for himself. Gordon, when asked how much It would cost to organise properly th 1,200 precinct In Wisconsin, aald about 1100 for each precinct. Thla would make tha coat to a candidate for the entire state 1220.000, more than twice as much a Senator Stephenson spent. In addition there would be the coet of advertising. Gordon aald. D. E. Rlordan ef Ashland, Wis., testl' fled that ha agreed to work for Stephen son and spent IS.iOO of th Stephenson funds. tUaimOLl Natural Laxative Water ' Recommended by Physicians . Refuse Substitutes Bst rwrnatfy for CO NOTI RATION LbN8 Come in and select a pair of tan or b lack shoes $3.50 to $5 Latest Styles 414 Bo. iota Bt. ... f Jl, tCrW uits and Overcoats to Order $20 On Sale Saturday, October 14 On hundred nice suitings and overcoatings easily worth 1 25 to 128 are offered in our special salt for $20. iiade to measure aud guaranteed perfect in fit and style. Every coat carefully tried on in tb bastlnga and well mad and well lined. Hav your fall and winter clothes mad to order. MacCarthy-Wilson Tailoring Co. 304-30(3 South 16th St 7 Year Old Tou nsvsr ta stea This Is a sotcisl offer JVA REAlf TREAT due the "Hiller Brand of Tine ws" "' t J A FULL QUART FOR 80cM 4 FULL QUARTS SHIPPED PREPAID. Enual to most brand that sell for twice aa much. "Hiller e Straight" 1 mellow and palatable and eo pur It la recommended by many doctor for th lck room. Fnr r With flrat order w will lv you It Em La m email aampl botil. a glass and a orkcrw abaolutaly free- Order today. aTaoaa, call ox writ to liquor Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats made" to-order, $25 to $35 "'V fJW WJlmWJjly Dygart Confesses Double Murder in Anoka County, Minn. MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 13. -Jame Dygart today confessed to the murder of Mrs. Amelia Rhoades and her cousin. Frank E. Rhoades. tn the Bolton farm In Anoka county on Beptember 12. Dygart. who waa arrested yesterday on the firm of Andrew Stone In Kandl Yohl county, said he killed Mrs. Bolton when she spurned a proposal that she run away with him. Having slain the woman, h said he murdered Rhoades to cover up Ms first crime. The woman wa found In the cellar, her heart pierced with a r fle bullet. .The body of Rhoades was found covered with a few lnchea of dirt tn th Bolton farm garden. The police tald today that Dygart alao was wanted at Superior. Wis., on the charge of murdering John Hefstedt, a farmer who employed him. DISTRESSING CASE Body Covered with Large Red Marks. Face Also Affected. Cuticura . Ointment Eased Skin Right AwayandCompietelyCured. "I retired one evening and after sleeping a couple of hours was awakened by a burning sensation all over the upper part of my body. it was just simply terrible and made It Impossible for me to sleep the rest of that nlzht, so I bad to sit up all night changing my position every couple of minutes. As the hours went by It grew worse and soon I started to scratch myself. When daylight arrived I aw that my body was covered with largo red mark about an lnc! or two apart. My face was also affected. I stayed borne that day and went to see doctor. He told me that I must have eaten something poison ous, and I had the ktvea. He prescribed a medicine end also gave me some ointment. " As the days went by I steadily grew worse, toe marks chanrlng from one part of my body to another. The medicine and ointment were Of no use, and I felt greatly disappointed until ona evening by chaaee looking over tha paper I saw the Cuticura Remedial sdTer tised. I Immadlataly procured some Cuticura Ointment and applied It to my body. I could barely bailer It, but It seemed to ease my skin right away. I kept on using the Cuticura Ointment for a week and can say that It aertatnly wa th finest preparation I bad ever used. It completely cured me, and I bar not been troubled alsoa." (Signed) William Waterman, 130 E. 109th 6t., New fork City, Dec. S. 110. Although Cuticura Soap and Cntkur OhsUaaut are sold try druggists and dealer everywhere, a liberal sample of each, with t2-eg booklet on th skin and hair, will b sent, post-free, on application to Fotteg Drug a) Obom. Corp, Dept. 23A, Seatoa. Just as Represented When you buy a dia mond of Edholm you hav tha ggtlnf actios of knowing it la juat 'wntr It la r p r sen ted t o bo. Thera 1 no Taxa tion from th prien quoted, for each etona is marked In accord ance with its exact weight, gfade and value. The same price Is made to all. The mystery usually con nected with a diamond transaction' bag been eliminated In this store. You learn every fact about the stones you Inspect. Don't Merely Buy Invest ALBERT EDHOLM JEWELER Sixteenth and Harney. Five Steps South of Farnani VJhiskcy a wnisney mm ' etmply made to further Intro. I 1309 Fat-nan1 St., co. Omha, fleb. OF H YES CURED v i Society Women Enthusiastic Over. Wrinkle' Remover. (Women' Vogue.) That "there Is nothing new under th sun" Is an adage bearing out th diseov ery that wrinkle, a double chin and en larged pores can be removed with mar velous rapidity by the old-fashioned rem edy, thermodlzed Jelly. It Is bruited about by society women who mske It a part of their dally buslnesa to cheat Father Tlma that thermodlsed Jelly will drive away and keep away wrinkles, etc. They Know that the sdvertlsed preparations and lo tion claiming to remove wrinkles and a double chin fa l ninety-nine time out of a hundred. How do they know thlT Because, according to their own stato ments, "they have tried everything." Therefore they hall with delight th simple home remedy of thermodlsed Jelly, which can be bought at the drug store. By rubbing half a teaspoohful into the face dallyand then bathing the face' with cold water there I no question that th most stubborn cases of wrinkles, double chin end blackheads can be quickly removed. ,VAtfvs CUAflj QSSXrft Q9Um& ra i rarDATs sncttxs. 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