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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1912.
Young Man! You
Ought lo Know This
This Is oot merely a place where roa
may bar a Plr of sockt, bat or a col
lar button because you t d them
here Is an organisation vita axrrice, a
cardinal feature. J-iontbt ago our buyers
ha you an1 your tastes lo mind when
selecting the ne thlnt.3 f"r spring.
Tou'll find them here caw r, nofuslon.
Como In and see how well we've planned for your spring needs.
For Instance: "Heidraps" one cap which combines smartness
an ! good service and Is reasonably priced. A bevy of new patterns
and tiylct "w ready
. . Sl.OO 81.5C
Imperial' Hats are In, too, and haadooiae lot of headwear
they make twill be an easy matter to fit your bead, your face
and your pursa from this great display
New Stitched Cloth Hats, lu aereral shades, J2.00.
A host of new Knit Keckwear In clever patterna and plain
. Cheyerette Gloves 50. Jt the thing to finish out the sea
son with warm, gosd looking and serviceable. j
Interwoven Hose Pheonlx Silk Hose Arrow Collars Barker
Collars Keller Handkerchief (In individual sealed packages.)
1518-20 FAENAM STREET
COWBOYS FIGHT MEXICANS
Ken on Ameriou-Chnied Eanch
Bare Broth with Scbeli,
0S0ZC0 JOINS HEW MOVEMENT
'rhH at Weehlagtea that Me
la Be Fraelalmed rrooldeat 1
. at Bailee at Cl
haebaa. Kb FAG. Tea. March t -Colon el K.
Z. Steever dispatched Lieutenant
HUI of the Twenty-second Infantry and
a quad of aoMlers to Columbus. N. al
to Investigate a report that American
cowboys and Mexican rebels clasbsd oa
Saturday at Hanebe Lea Palomae, thirty
mile from Columbus oa, the Mexican
According te the report, " which was
transmitted te Colonel Steever for In
vsstlgstlon by the customs officers, tlie
horses of the American were killed and
tbsy retreated en foot le Columbus, after
killing or wounding several of the Xsxl
eans.i It la not known which aide look
lbs aasreeslvs. nor why the Americans
were on the ranch.
Cattlemen who panted through Colum
bia en their wsy lo the cattlemen's con
vention here today state that the Assert
cans In the reported fight were employed
on the ranch. ' '
It Is said that the Americana resisted
when the Mexicans tried to commandeer
hones from the ranch. The cowboys'
mounts were killed sad they retreated
to the ranch house, where they resisted
until the marauders rode away. When
they .reached Columbus yesterday they
eald that they saw seven Mexicans tall
and that they believed tour of them were
killed.-. . . , , t
At rebel headquarters In Juarea today
It was said the flghllpg reported at Chi
huahua resulted In an Insurreeto victory.
1ve aieo were killed. It was stated.
It Is said that Colonel Pancho Villa
attempted to take the town with his loyal
federal troops, but was repulsed by Fas
euale Oroeoo, sow In open rebellion
against President Madera.
I . Orosro Jetae Rebels.
WASHINGTON. March 1-Oeflnlte con
firmation of the disaffection of General
Pasouale Orosco from the Madem gov
ernment la Mexico reached the State de
partment In a delayed telegram, from
Americas Consul Summers at Chihuahua.
Summers said that Orosco's resignation
from the federal army had been an
nounced February, & to become effective
March i. . , , , .
Another dispatch sold that revolution
lit were momentarily eapecteu at Chi
tuahua from Paso Del Norte, and that
Won thejr arrival all would unite and
proclaim Oroeoe president
The War department waa keenly Inter
ested la the news that Orosco hea cast
his lot with the rebels and probably had
Joined galasarlh' trying to defend Chi
huahua acalnst the federal advance from
the south under- Cole net Villa. J
has also drawn with Mm Hernandes, a
former lieutenant of Madere's.
GOV. FOSS SAYS .
(Continued from First Pace.)
not take the oath to support the coail
"Not at alt
'Then, you are not an anarchist r
"I never wss arrested until the strike."
"DM !'ss know," asked Chairman
Henry, "that a child named Sullivan waa
sent to New York without the consent of
Its parents T"
e wss sent In order to glvs the po
lka a clyxnce to be after us," said Lip-
"Shs was In the crowd In the train
and we eeuld not prevent it."
ufnn wmfuwHti uiei uinvnor im
had not been fair to the strikers.
Gem per Mabea 'Addrese.' '
Samuel Compere, president of the Amer
ican Federation of Labor addressed the
committee, -He said be wished to ap
pear In support of the resolution for an
Inquiry rat net than as a witness.
The tragic conditions described St
Lawrence art Indeed tenrbSf sMId' have
made an Impression oa the people of
this country," said Mr. Oompers. ' -
Mr. Ooaipere praised ths work of John
Gulden, president of the 1'nlted Textile
Werkers., . , r r?v Hr f
"1 do hope and believe that out q this
eonWi will' cams' a better eoexhtlon' and
,a better organisation' he ssld. "l'n-1
fortunately some of these people ars still
connected With the Industrial worker
I say unfortunately because It U an or
ganisation that doea not organise,' and
a movement that leads nowhere, and no
one knowa that better than Victor Ber-
sr." ,i " , . v
"I don't belong to Iti" said Mr. Barter.
1 know you do not, and for the very
reason that I have just elated." Mr.
Compere replied. "It le an organisation
with a purpose quite foreign to the beet
Interests of these people.
'These men and women were engeged
In a struggle, and I differ from any maa
who says It was not Justified, but justi
fied or not, they have a right lo engage
In a atruggte. '
As Mr. Oompers wss leaving ths build
ing st noon two unknown labor men en
gaged him In argument, 'charting ,that
he was not treating the Industrial Work
ere of the World fairly In his argument
Several congressmen interfered and
ended the dispute.
LAWRENCE, Mass.. Msrrh t-Ths
striking textile workers maintained meet
of their strength when the mills opened
todsy deepHe the overtures of the man.
ufactnrera In the form of a I per cent
Increase In vragee, There still are more
operatives out of work than therefore
In the mills. ,
Plrket lines totaling mors than t,aM
persons paraded Essex street and the
approaches to tne mill gate for aa hour
and a half but there waa no oenfllet
with the police. . . .,
Vnlees there k a great response within
a few daya to the mill owners' offer.
It Is thought by city offlclsls and others
that the mills will have to abut down.
i BRITISH FACTORIES CLOSE
Shortage of Fuel Throws Thousands
of Hen Out of Work.
GERMAN XTSESS HAT STKXXZ
Eaaployee at Three Collieries' at
orhaas tatt Week eteeaese at
Alleeel Dedeetlea frem
LONDON. March 1 -Factory after fac
tory la closing down an ever the United
Kingdom ss a result of the national coal
strike, and those responsible for the
trouble are simply marking time for the
present, although It la expected negotia
tions will soon be resumed. .
Besides the miners,- considerably more
than L0M.aee of whom have ceased work.
It Is now estimated that there are up
wards of 80000 workers in other Indus
tries Idle owing to the strike, and the
number la Increasing hourly. ,
The crews of coal carrying vessela
lying la the coaling ports ans now being
discharged, aa the ehlps are unable to
get cargo, and the railroad employee are
suffering In similar way becauae of the
curtailment by the companies at their
trsln service. One short line railroad In
Torkshlra has discontinued service en
tirely. In Isolated Instances the striking min
ers bsve refused permission to men to
enter the mines in order to feed the
horses, which have been left below, or
to keep the workings clear. Generally,
however, the otmoet good feeling prevails
between the men and the owners.
Cerasaa Mlaers May Go oa Strike.
BOCHt'M. Germany. March 1-A
miners' strike which wss totally unex
pected and which had not been ordered
by the minora' union, broke out In
three mines here todsy. the men leav
ing work because, aa Ihey assert un
justified deductions had been made from
The Incident, It Is feared, may' pre
cipitate a nenerel strike of miners on
ths question of wages Which the leaders
of the miners' union and the mine
owners ere just now endeavoring lo
The executive committee of the Na
tional Miners' federation has Issued a
proclamation oensurtng the striken for
ccmmltlng a breach of discipline by
leaving work without the consent of the
union. The proclamation orders the men
to resume work, but there Is great ap
prebonsinn taat the situation will get
Premier Asquin made his promised
statement concerning the eoU dlsputs to
day In the House of Commons, but did
not announce lo the country any settle
ment or an tm nudists prospective settle
ment. The premier's statement waa
largely made up of repetitions of bis
speech at February 9.
Coal Prims Mlae la Ikewr York.
NEW TOHK, Maroh t-The strlks la
ths British coal field has caused heavy
purchases here or practically all the
available supply of soft ooal In ths coal
porta In and near New Tork and at Phil
adelphia and Baltimore In order to meet
the needa of the foreign steamship oonv
panlea using ths AtlanttO ssaboard. Local
coal prices for Immediate and prompt de
liveries have rlasn sharply la osnse-
queos..'lt It ptsnned to load at earns hips
with a double quantity of ooal here, so
that round trip voyagm from this side
may be eompleted llV. Airirksn'coeJ.
: Fifteen Years - as.;
1 Cabinet1 Member
FULL TEXT OF
(Continued from First Psge.J
WASHINGTON. MSrch t-James Wll
aon, seeretsrjr of sgrlcnnure, today broke
all records for contleaoua service la 'pres
idential cabinets. He now has served
flfteea years. The longest prevloue tefm
of any cabinet officer waa credited to Al
bert Gallatin, who waa secretary of the
treasury from 1KI to 1811. Mr. Wilson
was first sppouVsd by President McKln
by In 1st! and successively by Pasetdent
Roosevelt and Taft.
DEATH RECORD. , .
Mrs. Stella a. Gore.
TECUMSEU. Neb.,' March 4. -(Special.)
-Mrs. Stella a Gore,, wife of Rosooe C
Gore, died "at' the family home In this
dty at I o'clock Sunday morning. Stella
McDougal was bora la Johnson county,
attended school here and waa graduated
from 'the Tecumseh High school. On Oo
Uber 4, IKS, shs waa married to Mr.
Gore, and the husband and a wo weeks'
old baby, together with her aged father,
two brother and two slaters, sorrlve
her. Mra. Gore was prominent In the
aortal circles of Tecumseh and a host of
friends mourn her death. She waa tt
Aaioa J, Greea. '
'BEAVER CITY. Nek, March 4.-Spe-dal
Teles ram. Amos J. Green, who re
elded la Pumas eounty, at Oxford and
Beaver Crossing, for many yean, died at
Ms home m Twin Falls, Idaho, Sunday
and bis body will be brought here for
Interment. Funeral serricee will be held
next Sunday under the; auspices of the
. Masonic frsteraity.
aaa S. Rteeeaa..
PEORIA. I1L. March . John 8. 8t.
ram. dean of the Peoria bar and prom
inent In republican poliUca here, died at
j bta home here today.
SAFETY COGS PREVENT .
A SERIOUS ACCIDENT
t HiCAOO. March t-The occupanta of
an elevator which fell la a State atreet
deportment store today escaped serious
lulury through the working of safety
rocs between the first and second floors.
v-- jb siorv manKser naa xnat ona man
V eullered a broken ankle end that fire
' , wemra were suffering from nervous
' atiaSu ' .
Italian Authorities v
Give Casualty' List
BOMK. Mareh a In wHm . Hu .
a misunderstanding- the War department
oes issuea . a statement oc casualties
oa the ltaltaa aide le tH tuiwi,,..
war from the beginning of the conflict
ta surca A According to thla statement
tbtrty-eeven officers and sas m fc.
been killed and one officer and m ssea
are missing. While It Is believed the
missing men have beea killed, there la
no official record to tola effect,
STOLEN POSTAGE STAMPS
HIDDEN IN HAYSTACK
FORT DODGBV la.. March .8pecial.
Postage stamps amounting to jO were
found under a haystack thla week by a
farmer tear Rowaa, where the postotfiee
wss robbed of tbst amount of stamps last
summer. Poetoffloe Inspector George Baa
sett cheeked over the stamps and touad
they tally with the amount taken from
the -poatofflce. George Miller, now sere.
Ing a ten-year term la the pardtenttary,
waa found guilty of thla theft by dreum-
stanrJal evidence only. Inspector Bassett
worked up one of the strongest cues
saitnst him thu bad ever beea made
against a poetoftlce robber la thla section
of tbe etate, Throo about the trial Miller
waa sneertagly Indifferent-
. to Meet in Hastings
HASTINGS, Neb, March 4(Speclal
Telegram.) At a conference of members
of the Columbus and Hastings camps of
the Modern Woodmen of America today
the Columbus members, with the consent
of Omaha Woodman, withdrew the call
for the convention of Woodmen In Colum
bus oa March It snd united In the call
far a state meeting here March la.
Omaha Woodman had favored holding
the state meeting In Columbus, hut when
It waa found Invitations bad been pre
viously aent out by Hastings and Co
lumbua and Omaha Woodman agreed ta
unite in the Hastlng'a ealL Edtar How
ard of Columbus attended the conference
today and by long distance telephone ob
tained the, consent of the Omaha Woodmen.
Nearly all of the sixty-two camps la the
state are expected la ssnd dales' ales.
Roosevelt Drawa aa Jorr.
MINEOLA. L. I.. March .-Refuslng
to claim exemption, although under the
law he might have done so, colonel
Rooeevelt today waa elected foreman of
a jury at the session of the supreme
court here. Ha waa excused from duty
until Wedensday. on account of engage
ments, but oa that day will return to
serve out the ordinary time of a juror.
Colonel Rooeerelt arrived here by auto
mobile In response te a eummena Hs
wss told that he might be excused from
the jury service It he desired.
"I am not asking any la voce." said be.
"I will serve. If It Is desired.'
A court officer conducted the colonel
Into tbe chamber of Justice Putnam, the
presiding judge. After talking erith the
judge for a few momenta. -Colonel Roose
velt re-entered the court room and took
hia seat with tbe other talesmen, sat by
Idly for half an hour while the grand
Jury was charged and the court calendar
waa called. The court then called out
the names of petit jurors. Several of
them made excuses ta the judge, but
Colonel Rooeevelt took no action of the
When tbe first oasa waa called Colonel
Rooeevelt came forward and waa excused
until Wednesday. lie left tne court
house at oaos.
Aa a juror Colonel Roosevelt will be
paid P a day and hia mileage from
Oyster say. Ha seemed to be delighted at
ths prospect aad said ths t be wss not
worried about the presidential campaign.
Others, he said, ware taking care of that
Colonel Roosevelt again commented oa
the letter given out at Washington list
night hi which hs Is said to bavs writ
ten that be would not be a candidate for
the nomination In 1S11 The colonel plainly
showed hia keen displeasure at this turn
in the tight. V
"Any man dishonorable enough to pub.
Ilsh a private letter." said he. "especially
without giving hit name, la dishonorable
snouga to publish a part of It apart from
Roosevelt Leeds la Oklaaeau.
OKLAHOMA CITT. Okl, March t-
Returns from precinct conventions re
ceived todsy show that ttl delegates to
the Oklahoma republican stats convention
are Instructed for Roosevelt and lit In
structed In favor of Taft. Last night
it was erroneously reported that UT dele
gates nsd been Instructed for Taft.
It appears today that George A.
Priestly of Bartleevllle. a Roosevelt sup-i
porter, Is certain of election aa national
Noyea waa quoted as hsving got ths In
formation from Independent sou roes. I
de not know who gsve ot't this letter, but
I am certain that It was not Mr. Van
Valkenburg, for I know him to be an
To allfwho were at that time writing
to me te be a candidate I answsred that
t would not be. To sll who salted whether
I would accept if nominated. I answsred:
Tea, If I knew them sufficiently well to
be sure thst they would understand me.
otherwise. I 'said simply that I would
cross thst bridge when I came to It and
In most cases If ths man was at all a
cleee personal friend. I told hlra thst I
counted on hia doing everything possible
toprevsnt sny movement looking ta my
nomination. ' ' '
, Yields to People's Oessa.d. ; :
"it waa not until ths but three or four
months that f waa finally obliged to come
to the conclusion that than waa a real
demand among the people aa a whole
for my nomination, which did not come
In any way from any personal friends of
mine and was neither Inspired nor en
gineered by them. When I became con
vinced tbst this popular demand waa real
and was considerable and when the gov.
ernors of seven states. Increased by this
lime la ten. I may mention. Incidentally,
asksd me whether I would accept If nom
inated, I answered yss.' I added an ex
pression of my wish that wherever pes.
slble open preferentlsl presidential pri
maries might be held, so aa to find eut
who the republican voters wished to have
Leavee M te Voters.
"ff the people do not wish me to serve
most certainly I do not wish, to serve.
If they da dees re me to undertake In
their interest a great task, I shall do so
and shall perform It with whstsver eour
ags and ability 1 possess. Whether there
will be sues an expression of ths popu
lar will I cannot say. aa where there ere
no preterentialy primaries It anforttm-
"r sssms onea ta as tne esse that the
enon at the political, leaders Is sot to
give sxpresalsei ta the popular will, but
ta thwart It every rag possible.'
WOMEN BREAK MORE GLASS
British Snffngettet Benew Fight on
THLOT ARRESTS ARE MADE
sfoaa ted Pelleeaaaa is Palled from
Hia Bars by Militant Females
Lord Chaaeeller'a Moose
"LONDON. March The suffragettes
started operations again early today. A
small band of them armed with hammers
and stones went through the Knights-
bridge sad Brompton road district in ths
west end of London, breaking plate
glasses of the big dry goods stores situated
In that neighborhood.
Aa usual, osrlng the the disturbances
being unexpected the police oa duty In
the district were unable to cope with the
suffragettes, who were distributed over a
wide area. The storekeepers and their
employes were compelled to do sentry
duty In front fet their premises, but Ih
many cases wt unable to keep the wo
men from doing damage.
A detachment of mounted police waa
the first reinforcement to arrive oa the
scene. One of them wss Immediately
dragged from hia horse by excited women.
In one store alone damage to the extent
of fl.M wss done. Thirty women were
The windows of the Marquis of
Crewe's snd the Lord Chancellor s resi
dences were smashed with hammers dur
log ths suffragettes' raid.
Ellen Pltfleld, the suffragette who at
tempted to set firs fo the general poet,
office of London last evening, waa today
committed by a magistrate for trial at
the old Bailey sessions.
Tbe British museum and some of the
other museums in London were closed
early this afternoon.. The doors were
barred and guards were posted about
the buildings In consequence of reports
that tbe suffragettes planned to make an
attack tonight on the national museums
and art galleries.
TEUSTS BACK T. B.,
(Continued from First Psee.)
regarded as hostile to the president.
I am satisfied that Mr. Taft will have
more than two-thirds of tbe delegates to
the Chicago convention.
"The splendid achievements of tbe ad
ministration, ths steadfastness of the
president to move forward for a rational
progressive program, his refusal to play
polltica in ths presidential office and his
square dealing toward all classes of our
people ars becoming understood In the
country at large.
VHa has already won the nomination
and he will win the election."
RHODE ISLAND REPUBLICAN
COMMITTEE IS FOR TAFT
PROVIDENCE, R. I.. March L-Rsaoltt-
ttons endorsing President Taft and urg
ing hia renomlnatlon and re-election were
unanimously adopted by the republican
state central committee today. The com
mittee Issued a call for state and con
gressional conventions to be held oa
April 24 to choose delegates for the na
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
GIVEN FORTY THOUSAND -
FOR BREACH OF PROMISE
ST. LOU I (I Maroh t-Tbe United States
circuit court of sppsale today sastalaed
a decision by a lower court awarding
te Miss Kllea R. Day of Menominee.
Mich, for breach of promise and leas of
service.- Mlsa Day said that James aV
Saosorn of Pukwana. s. D bad broken
a promise to marry ber. .
GRAIN QUOTATIONS CASE
GOES TO COURT OF APPEALS
WASHINGTON. March t -Grain and
live stock marks! quotations In soma ew)
western cities were osocsiuod today la
the dedetoa of the supreme court of the
United States that, the Eighth United
States clroull court of appeala meat re
view the contempt pualehoMnt laiHeted
by the eastern Missouri circuit sa Che
Merchants' Stack aad Orala compear.
It was claimed that the Merchants coon-
pany had been guilty of contempt ha dk
obeying a temporary lajaaetten not to
send various cities the market quotatloaa
of tbeWtoard of Trade of Cbioago. Tbe
company waa fined P.SSS. three-fourths
of which was to go to the board and oae
fourth ta the government
The supreme court today held that la
the contempt psoceedinga before fct for
review the criminal feature predomi
nated lu ctvll eharacteristlca. aad. there
fore, the court of appeala must review
the proceedings rather than wait tor the
litigation out of which the proceedings
arise to come before It tor review.
PITNErS NOMINATION TO ,
BE FAVORABLY REPORTED
WA8H1NGTOX. March t-The senate
Judiciary committee today . ordsfwd a
favorable report aa tbe aomlnatiea of
Man Ion Pitney .of New Jersey ta be ae
aoclate justice .of the supreme -court of
tbe Vnlted States. " T "
Iowa IS sera Notea.
NEVADA Napolean RalaboML a too
mer reaiooM of this ptaos. la dead at
Norfolk. NeO,. of tnjorwe referred whoa
he fell upon aa ley sidewalk a few dare
sgo, according to a teieen-am received by
relatives here, Mr. Ralntoetdt wsa ereil
known hero end tn Amea. He waa at
one time a beaker of tbe letter place.
NORTH Woo IV-Two were seriously hr
jared yesterday when temporary seats
used by the fanner puptle st short course
claaoee collapsed. Tbe injured are Her
man Lea. M years of saw of Korthwooa,
and Isaaw .lease a, years of age, of aasr
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with it nothinz but the natural
grain flavor. Clarke's Pure Rye
is made in the old fashioned three
cnambered still and carries with
it quality, flavor and honesty.
for more man a century the
purest whiskey made.
Art a specialty with thla Association. We charge
' interest only from the date of ayini oot the tint -.
, Instalment of money, and render any assistance
, ' poaalble la completlag the bouse without liana.
Oar loans are repayable In monthly instal-
.' .' menu, er we receive tl0. ea principal any day,
j Mopping latereet at once oa the amount ao repaid.
- No eommlsaiens. Prompt actios promised. .
K The CCsUemthri SiYings & Loia Ass'o
1614 Harney Street, Omaha. "
USE ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE
The ait taste te powder U be elwkea late tt she.
If To want rest aM eon fort fer tlfl, aching
twoHea. Tweattnc feet, a Alea'i roet-Kaw. R.
ltflT earns and bualens C all Mlna and pravants
bllstara, aera and ealtoaaa spot a, Jst that Urof for
ueaeiRg nniea, rateuc isdMinar bdms, tvua ir
Braaklfie- In New dtwaa. It ta tat araataat aorafort
diaruvarr of taa aaa. Try It todaT. Sold frywbart.
SS eta. Doa't accept any aab-tttte. Far FREE trial
paeaaia, Mdreaa Alien m. uiamaej. v no-, iw. i.
NOSE STOPPED UP
A Common Sense Treatment
for Colds and Catarrh.
. Gives Instant Belief. -
WtU, here I ta
agala, blowlag ta big
aboat Tvwt altrtT-
voa wobM bwy
ef the oigare
John1 Cigar Store
321 So. mh St.'
(7 Kg serf.
hasgalaa- bs dlsasoada.
jowsiry. sueer- ,
wars aad eat glass. Complete saw lias ef
sssmafastarara sample gooaa at Si prise. '
Brodksy's Jswelry Loai Company
1401 POOOLAS STT.
MTB'S coiacLa- Tonight
UTtni vnmMi .
la paaarve or Tn
' TZIM rsOUB awwav-
nucsst sTIOaT, tOO to
atamra, toe to guo.
Marah It aad 13, "OTBBJTiaaVX.'
losiiwats, tea, ato to 11.00
Wotaesaay Stat-, ate, few as Ma.
tu ta atoaicsj, str&r suss
"LET GEORGE DO IT"
iMmi r. atcavraT aad so reika.
Zxtaay sltght at l.lt
MM OSXZBBATaa IBISB Tlltl
JOHN MrOOKM.it K -inms
bt feLsnxa stasaxu
frrleee Tts, list, tlO aad SLOe
atAXA'a m I
Tliat Oorgaoue, Scintillating Spsctacls.
"THE GOLDEN CR001C";
azTsvaTaa&nA a ars Ttvttnui
With kUllv Arlington end BaOlant Ballet
Do La Luna. Chorus Girls' conteet :
Thurads? nlgbt; Cake Walk conteat frl-
and gently reared, women will find
in all the seasons of their lives, as
maidens, wives and mothers, that
the one simple, wholesome laxative
n medy which acts gently and pleas
antly and naturally and which may
be taken at any time, when the sys
tem needs a laxative, with perfect
safety and really beneficial effects,
is Syrup of Fgt and Elixir of Senna.
1 It has that true delicacy of flavor
which is so refreshing to the taste,
that warming and grateful toning
to the stomach which responds so
favorably to its action and the
laxative effect which is so bene
ficial to the system when, occa
sionally, its gentle cleansing is
The genuine, always bearing the
name of the California Fig Syrup
Co., may be purchased from aU
leading druggists in original pack
ages of one size only; price fifty
cents per bottle.
No matter how miserable you art with
catarrh or a cold in tbe head, nose stop
ped tip. throat sore.', dyes running, dull
pain In ths bead, dry cough, fever, foul
breath,. Ely's Cream Balm- will give you
It getu right at the root of the trouble.
cleanses, heals and atfsngthent the raw,
sore membranes, sops the nasty dis
charge ao that you are not constantly
blowing ths nose and pitting. In a few
minutes after applied you can feel It
doing Its work of clearing the head, the
pain and soreness are relieved, ths breath
ing becomes natural and tbe stuffed up
feeling Is gone! This cleansing, healing,
antiseptic Bslm contains no mercury, co
caine or other harmful drugs. It Is easy
to apply, pleasant to uae, and never falls
to give relief. ven In tbe worst cases.
Never neglect a oold, and dont surrer
the miseries of catarrh nor disgust your
friends with your hawking, spitting and
foul breath. Get a W cent bottle of Ely's
Cream Balm from your drugget, and start
ths treatment at once, Tou will find that
It will be the best investment you ever
agsrlsss oaay til
.Asxaty BAtxT tar stArnm
Xsalfat. Xatsv ase Than, Sat.
MISS EVA LANG
WOOBWTAXD STOCK OOsVAVT tr
twb eirni. ot rmj OOUUtT wti
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Utile Lord Robert; SU Bracks: Tim
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