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THJiUi: IULAHA, ViOUSHBtiliAX, JiAKCH ti, 1S12
PAVJS MUEDERTRIAL BEGINS
Womaa Arraigned Second irae far
- - KUlinj lis ChnrcMlI.
DZFETSE WILL BE EJSA3TI7Y
' Jlra. Davis, T"-e Had Beea Ileeee-
keen foe? Dr m. say i.
ir4 Biofcca Premiers
HAHT1XGTON, Keb., starch i 8peclxL)
lb sort of empanelling a Jury for
' (! std trlU 0' Mrs. Masgl Darts.
wsj, : scared will, tie mu d';.'' ef ,is
Cknrdi--. mm Tuswlsy- airerre-in.
CO-m r AVerne. OGr 1 prosneuUng
llw com, jiunr;! SnU R. J. Millard
f the) e ty. who me rrat fight (of
hi cheat a year lo rati eje'eed
N. prlU UMtolHl by rM Berry f
Warn. TIm defento vlll iol-ow Uw mt
gene. hires as that at the tint trial, al-
ibeich tt U l.vtmsted Uut there win e
tome new lesuinouy lavodaefd walca
will strengthen the an, Interest In tb.
ess is keen to ihitf vtciiuty and lb town
Is rapidly filling up villi people anxious
Is attend toe trtiL -
On November I, U10. wall Ira Oiureh
Ill, a prosperous fount farmer and stock
men, living In ibo., vicinity of Coleridge,
vta milking la I he bwn, Magglo Da via
walked -Into Hi. in and with the
vre-rds, -i toljl yon what I would do to
you If yon lied tti.nie," drew a revolver
and shot l.tia dead. Tht only ward) the
victim spoke ash tumbled from tht
tool -fan-,' 'I'dC 1 know." Tko hired
men was an o'yealtneae to the shooting.
The kiUlhg oaueed a tremendous sensa
tion throughout Cedar cuitaty. The pris
oner was hurried to the county seat and
remained, in the county Jail until laat
riarcn, whoa ah was tried for murder,
found guilty arid scbtcoced by Judge' Ouy
T. Oroves- to lite Imprisonment In th
, It developed at the trial (hat Mr. EavH
J had bean a housekeeper for Ira Churchill
for sums am previous to tlx murder
; and letters were roductd to aubctanllste
the eialm that be bail promised tb marry
i her,. About a tnoalh before the kllllus
Churchill bruuf lit homo a bride, and from
f thl Um. an. tt aooaaaj.il from toe teali
' atony, Mrs. Da via laid her plana to
avenge herself anon tbo man who sb
atrti had deceived li-r. Th oontenllon
edy to ear th ascses rf popular fur
crreit? In hit oern stcte?
"It oaly eonfuees and distract to drag
Int. a national ess; sign tbo prt'udloe
aul i.ibw-lc4.n -hrf;i3 Mv arteea In
th coatwu of the differed; state. Mr.
Ta-t a aui Inlatratlon ' muat a Judaea
by tiw attitude with wntdi he baa ae
Broached and the ucees ha baa attained
In dealloc with the aattsnal sroblema.
and cot aeeordinc to tb vlewa whlek
any of n hold upoa the local queatlena
of atat maoMaary."
, of th defenaa 'waa that the treatment
lurouih ihlck, to womaa bad paaaed
bad unietttal ber faon and that abe
act :i:no at iba, time tb orim waa
eomatftted., . ... t u
Vlien tlv rdla of murder lu tb
i tint drgra Ma breuclit In th defense
Cava nocio of avpcal. la November.
Wit, the auprem court reveraed the Ma
i (K Davis tax and remanded It for trial.
J About th first of'fhe year ah arrived
her f rom ,Uaooln and baa alnea been'
J connned in the county Jail aft-atting ber
. second UUL , . -
TAFT FILLS NEED
(f jntlnued from First race.)
of politicn;" and Mid that It by nj
teat of a, republican'! proaretflvtneie to
Mequira ha eupport of atatema that bad
Leea aimomiul la eertaln states,
"It la saere narrow neee and mtoierance
lb InalM .upon a rtinedy whleh bae
proved ettaotlv hi place, ara aeee
ary taat.'Sf aJneera and Intellfitent re
foini In aaother." he aald. "It l even
aav arrsnaaua to make fidelity to an of
lba avkeiae x weal (overnment la
on .of the ooTiunonwMliha a taat for
what la proper and anproprlat In th
asvarnmeirt of tb nation at lartt.-
Mr. a.ime. n aaki thai the retereodum
liad apaprMUy worked well In Or ton,
but that I fifty- r trial la New
York, aa applied to conetllut.i,nai quea
tlena. It bae been a failure.
"Should the national republican who
(Uvea m New York be read ut of. thla
(party." ha asked, "btoauaa be dMllnsa to
aoaept tb itterendum aa the bast rem-
Macb .tr'.c'aa Wark
I!ie secretary of war drew attention re
tb inveatlaatlons that have bean made
under PreeMect Taft. Into problem that
had been tb (ubjeet of eertou ontro-
versy for years. The work of th tariff
board, iba Hadicy railway securities oon
imuloB, and the Huchea oommlaalea on
eeeesd data mail . matter, were typical
aaid, of th aeetboda aoucht by l!r.
Xofi to aaaaruln fapta.
doubt If there has ever been aa ad
iln!t rattan where so many vital quea
dvna of procress were under careful
a-aottflo InvcstlcaUon and aerutlay by
comroiai.'Ob of competent experts," be
"There Jj DOtblng. dramalie about audi
a method, but a retorta accomplished m
in the light ef such carefully accredited
facu Is mors likely to be permanent. This
1 th very eaten of Mr. Taft's method
as a reformer."
President Taft has been "most falsely
vHlirted and abused" la connection with
tb tariff, aald Mr. Mmson, and has, in
fact, taken th republican party out of
lit cnupof tb special tatereeu benefited
by the tariff and baa made a part of the
republican prorreiunve policy th down
ward revision of the tariff law ached uie
by arhodule. "
" aot this a tremendous xJiivment
10 the. direction of national prosr,'' I
asked Mr, Btlmson, "to completely rescue
hi party from tM methods and mflu
eneoa which, if uvea trailed, would ln-
evluhly turn It Into a party of special
idteresta and reaction? Is bs not right
In standing to the uttermost, even to tbo
txerots of all of the enecuUve powcri ef
veto agalnat th old 'prhrllege-breadlng
metheda of tariff revision employed by
th democratic house of representatives?
Is I not right In Instating, avea against
popular clamor that ' w shall make a
clean break with th past and that no
tariff revision shell take place eaoept
upoa these conditions and after a scien
tific study by a non-nartlsea board of
fecreury fltirosoa reviewed th adminis
tration and Ita aohlevementa. He aald
that the president had outlined the ayatam
of trust reform which. If adopted would
put th country In "a fair way of solving
our (trnet problem and solving It right-"
That In tb eorpsratloa tax tb president
had "turned th flank of one of the moat
stubborn fortresses of re-actlon." HI
Interest In kumaa weltar waa evidenced
by his devoftsa t th progress of tb
mtpinoea. said Mr. eHhneon, through his
activity m behalf of lbs arbitration
trestles, his efforts for adequat work
s's compensation and sffeotlva em
ployers' liability laws and bla suggas-
tleas tar aa Indaatrlal
fOMtlaoed from First Page.)
' ARRANGES ITS HEARINGS
ALB1A. la. Marsh (.-Date for meet-
lns ef the emplovera' liability and oent-
oensatlon eommlselon. at which aug-
gnatlona for th proposed legislation along
the Hoes may be made, were anaounoed
her today by Chairman John T. Clark-
anas Th datea follow: Dea Moines,
March N ant K-Cownetl Bluff a, March
; 'Bloux City. March H: Fort Dsdge,
March B; Waterloo, March M; Dubaque,
March : Cedar RapMa, Maroh Mi Dav
enport, March 17; Burlington, Marsh II
and Otturawa. Maroh . . ,
Plewd Oallty t IhMtlaa Of fleer.
8101'X TklAJt, a. Dj March k-In
th atsts etreult eoort ef Turaer oounty,
Michael Mofftt entered a plea of guilty
to tb charts of shooting and wounding
Merahal goren Johnson at Cenwrvlue,
and waa sentenced to aa IndetermlnaU
term ef not lass than one er mora tbaa
five years In tb Sou Falls peol
tenUary. - '
rA i nm
eren to people in
V4 robnstkealtL Sd
,C Jen ciSM ii early Ine
I w T
. I forerunner of a bid
4Z ' J cold, or worse.
The ijtifidal leat wnicli tne pure
s&xilant produces is tne best possible
means of counteracting the effect
cf cbill and exposure.
Pure Mijlt Whiskey
- S Si bm ilele i or in aad di
at. kuso soass.
tjfw?-stdt4J fs) aTeIdiss!e)ee
, a im rtssn
il I lew yea
TierJ. I aaeseuae
tess. M i aoa
which tb admintatratlon easspalgn maa
sgsrs ara conducting tb right fee dele
gates hai com to light In tb form of
a circular letter which la being neat em
to postmasters and other federal em
ployee throughout tb northwest. That
a similar form of letter Is being Mot
through th south already baa beea stated
but Its enact terms have aot aa yet
come to light.
'The letters received by th. federal em
y levee In the northwest ara very deli
cately worded such letter as only the
pan ct tb diplomatic Mr. McKlatay ceuld
well turn out. and abound with veiled
threate and plastic oral sea. Boondiesa
enthusiasm. Is expected and It Is declared
without bealtatloa that tb asntltnaot In
favor of the nomt nation of President Taft
Is rapidly growing. Hints are being
thrown out that assistance of all good
office bolder la .needed. Mr. McKtnley
evidently forgetting . th optlnrina ex
PTMeil la tha preceding paragraph.
"Already eeveral hundred ef theee let
ters have been sent wot. It I stated, and
more, aald to contain a mora personal
are la course of preparation for
serving to Job holders who have displayed
reluctance to rally t the support of the
administration. In these latter epistles.
It Is atated, the hints aa to what will bs
tb port tea of federal servants who fait
to faithfully serve tb interests of Pres
ident Taft are made mote plain. "
With the statement th Roosevelt head
quarters gave eut a copy of on of th
Taft circular letter, addresssd In blank.
After sx pressing optimism aa to tne out
look tor Mr. Taft and th opening of the
national Tuft bureau, th letter con
"It will bs iba aim ct this bureau to
conduct a dignified and energetic cam
paign In k icptng witb th president's high
conception sf American statesmanship. I
would, therefor, thank you to render
such assistance as you can, consistent
with your duties, and would appreciate
aa early reply, giving m. such Intorua
tkm as In your Judgment will fadlltats
th work of th bursa u. Very truly
"VM. J, M-KINLET. Dlroator."
Answer front MeKlaler.
President Taft. manager, Bapraseata.
tlv. Wlinara & MoKlntoy. mad. the fol
lowing statement today In reference to
the alleged activity among federal em
ployes: "Under tb recent rating of tb. civil
service oommlsslon the manager, of th
easnpalgn of any prwsidantlal candidate
may Inquire of any federal office bolder
aa .to political condition, la bla vicinity,
aad may ask his own poUtJcal prefer
ence, which I distinctly did aot' do la
my letter of th Mtb.
"N. officeholder waa asked; by me to
do anything which was aot conslstsnt
with hi duties andar th. law, and es
pecial emphasis was laid on tb. subject
f a reply for no other purpooo than to
tig In tha recipient's mind that h owed
no further obligation to anybody than
th courtssy of an answer.- .
. "Mr. Roosevelt's managers er aa fro
as I am to writ, any officeholder In th
Vn!td State, at any tune, and they are
doing It. The friends of Colonel Hoooe
velt, among whom Senator Dixon has
always beea conspicuous, did not "hesi
tate t. follow a similar Urn of action
four years ago, an properly, toe), be
cause oaly In that way could they hare
ecured reliant Information on which
to mafl but tbstr, campaign.'
X ..' 'Hsoeevelt and Fwrkla.
Tha national Taft headquarter, gave
out a statement today declaring that th
"farmers of the nuddl wt" ar 'hv
maadlng thai Oaig. W, Perkins and
Medtll MoCoamlck, re la ted to prominent
ottloiala of th. Harvester trust, asperate
theme slvse from Mr. Itoesvelt aad his
"ia IMS demand." the statement sali,
'they ar only Indicating their Umorenoa
of tbo fact that Mr. Parkin, weald prob
ably have lost bis Job long ago had It
not been for bla tntlmat. friendship with
Mr. Roosevelt, running back ever away
"Whlls still remaining a director of
the steel oorporaQen and of the Interna
tional Harteetsr company, Mr. Perkins
has recently severed himself from many
of bis buslneee cmctioas. and I
devoting much of bis tint to solving th
nrobtem. of the Urnee.' Tha first great
work along thta Una to which Mr. Per
kins I now directing bis undivided at.
tenttoa and bat; pocket book Is tb. aomlr
aattow and eieotloa of Mr. Roosevelt to
4 tkUd term as president."
"' g)a4laa at TnTead.aasiera.
Senator Joseph M, Dlxoa of Montana.
ileali ma. sf the Roesevalt eaeoutlv oom-
atlttss. replied today to the statement
given Mt by tb national Taft headquar
ters yesterday la which attention was
'called to tb location of tb. Rooeeveit
headquarter, ta a building owned . by
Frank A. Munsey.
"W. elected Taft four years axe ant
of the IntarnaUonal Harvastar wmpaay
bafldlag la Oak-ego," said Cbairman
Dlxoa. "Our headquarters aacantsd tb
sixth floor c that walldlng, and so far
as I know no rent was said for tb. rooms.
If personalities are wasted la this
campaign," Senator Dlxoa continued, "w
will give them mora tbaa they expect.
Fwar years ago when I waa trying to
eteet Taft. Mr. Moaeinlsy, now bead at
tb. Taft committee, wss so era south
roaadkng ap delegates for Bpeakar Can-
Tessa fees si It tee far xteeeevelt.
FORT WORTH. Tec. March a.-By a
rot of IT to J tbo andldaoy f Cotonel
today by tb
Texas stats repubHcaa executive con
mttt Suprtra of Taft tbaroupsa de
cided t. carry the fight la bis behalf ba.
fora th voter by som. method ret to
be worked out.
ACaU'RX, N. March a-WllHam
Miller Collisr, former minister ta Spain.
today roslgned as bead of the delegation
to th. republican state caavsaUoa
causa of tha andorstanding that tb del-
egattoa tavsrsd Prastdsnt Taft. "I be-
Uv ta tb nomine floa ef Ooktnat Reose
vstt. and restgn la order aot t.
oayeaif k a fsJss light." tea said.
Will Rat Shirk Datr.
The letter to Mr. Muss which CokXMl
M sMt-My Dear Mr. Msa-
I bav recotveel year tang and car-
letter, together with th editorial
in the first place ts thank
yen vary warmly for the editorial. It
ia tb editorial yon
l exactly-, ss eaaotly.
my Seat Mr. Manser, that to say mind It
taraisbes tb answer ts the rw
that I should apealy
that It aoantanted I would not
and th dish) tensest frtsaWneee of
er proper for m to
1 hare net
, Instead of answering as
hereto answered, to
would bs wis
s seila sf the future may demand I cannot 00 IM" . . T
weue si ins suiuiw mar m-i s - (pt jf boqujmJ, that la tbs words of
toll-. -- I Abraham liaeola, 1 was not required
Tou say that my keeping nUence loads i w (hu mta x csxo to It
to hxlssoostrncttea and gtvos epport unity , . M .., B making any stste-
far my oemlee to make vry kiad of i
xaent R 1. aot only necessary to con-
false statement aboat see aad to sreate ; tuiiat irfuA tha man actually msans sad
la tbs xaiads of tfc. people a false im- actually says and will bo understood a
si ass Ion of me, some good people being I saying by tbs people who intelligently
led by say sUsass Into the beoef that l accept bis statement at Its face vx toe,
ueeieee to try to aomlnsto me, becaaa. but also to consider what the statements
I would eertainlr refuse, and others he- ill be held to H"1 T the greet mesa
lag misled Int. tbs bellrf that I am as- of people who axe obliged to get tbdr
. i ei mionDition iiwr vr wem
.rmy . . ...7 i siMt tamely through lnstrumentallUeei
mn eveuy saa; en ua imm wo , . . .k. v.. York dailies, whose
th. pubic at detrimental to ma ose. aa far a. I am concerned,
My dear air. I am entirely agreed with Is ts Invent falsehood and to distort
you si to the fact that my silence Is d- truth."
liberately misrepresented by my enemies, i "Let m illustrate wbat I mean by
with tbs Burposs of confusing good poo- referring yoa to tbo language) In whloh,
Dlo and BMtlnar them ta set a wrona- after tbs election of list.. I announced
view, moreover. I entirely agree with you that I would not be a candidate for re-
tbat tb purpose Is st least partly j aominatlon. At tb um gooa menos oi
schleved. Th trouble Is that as so often I mine suggssted that I snooia us. som
happens, this is a case wher any course such formula as stating that 1 woum
pursued would lead to Just such ml eren- not be a candidate la. Mag, because of
representation. Juet such miajudgment. lb custom that bad grown tip not to
Just such punning of the minds of good elect a man aa president for a third
people. . Pereonallr. I think that any consecutive term; but on ' thinking It
other coarse tbaa tbs one I am adopting over, I vecam. convinced that if I used
would at present lead t even mors mis- .such huiguag It would Inevitably bs
representation and miajudgment than ae- taken as an announcement that I would
tually exist. As I have again and again be a candidal for another term la 111-
sald, I am delighted to stats my pool- and thta In iplts of the fact, of course,
tlon fully and frankly, not only to any th language If token UteraHy would only
sincere and honest supporter, but to any navs referred to 1911, and have no more
sincere and honest opponent. bearing on HI! than on 1111 or IMS.
"What' I h.v. said to you. 'and am' """ ."
about to say to you. I h.v., for Instanca, th 1 1
said not only to other friends, who think vmmo .,h,.1rm f th! WlM
I ought to bo nominated, but to friends ou',oine out torefathw " """
(and even focg) who think I ought not
lo be nominated, provided only I could
trust their sincerity. Intelligence and
truthfulness. For instance! I have said
to th third term: th esaense, of course.
being that ' th. custom applied Just as
much when my first term was the filling
out of an unexpired terra of my prods-
th asm things t secretary Stlmeon, " " nM Deen a e.ec.ive wra,
Secretary Meyer and Congrtiuman Long
worth, who ere supporting Taft. to Mr.
Plnrhot and Congressman Learoot and
Kent, who era aupportlng La Pollette. I
have said them to editors Ilk Mr. Kelson.
Up Van ViILtmIuim nA .. 1 U . .
I Dersoneilv aald them ta the entire a.1. .mark, waa to be
and thai on tb other hand It had no
application whatever to th candidacy of
a man, who was not at the tints In
office, whether he had or bad not been
' president before. Even aa It was, men at
rone began to ask me whether my re-
held to apply to lilt
dlno club, democrats, republics svery m 9 WBICn 01 our. T
one. I am not and shall not be a can- aponded that It would be preposterous
didats. I snail not seek tbo nomination bnswer any such question on way or
nor wculd I accept It If It cam. to me
ss th result of any Intrigue. But I will
not tie my hand by a statement which
would max It difficult or Inipoulbl. tor
m to serve tbs public by undertaking a
greet Issk It tb people as a wbol
sesined definitely to com to tb ooiiclu-
tbat I might to do that task. In
J seek gebaelder.
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb March 1 -Spe
cial. r Jacob Schneider, father of post-
maater 1L A. Schaaldor of this dty. died
other words, as fsr as In ma lies. I am at tbs bom of his son, J. 1. Schneider
endeavoring to took at this matter purely
from the standpoint of tha public lntr-
et. or th Inlereet of tb. people as a
whol and not la tb. lee it from my own
at Cedar Creek oa Sunday night, at the
ago of M years. Mr. Schneider has bean a
resident at Cass county for ths last forty
four years. Ho was bora In Swltserland ta
U1. coming to-American In UM. Mr.
If I should consult only my own pleas- Schneider tears, thro son. surviving bis.
ur ana interest I should most emphat-: II. A. of Plattsmouth. and J. I.
Ically and Immediately announce that I
would not run. 1 have bad all tb honors
William of Cedar Creek. Th. funeral se
cured tht afternoon front bis son'
that any man can bavs from holding th i residence.
offle of president From very personal Mrs. IIer1rt L. Swift,
standpoint there Is nothing for me to CHICAOO. March Ik-Mrs. Herbert U
gain, either In running tor the offlc or , Swift, widow of Herbert L Swift, died of
In holding th office one. more,, and
ther Is very much to loss.
Waald Da Task Worth While.
"Under sues circumstance If t con
sulted only my own Interest the obvious
thing to do would be to announce that I
would aot obey any popular mandate:
that I would aot run If nominated. I
ahall net follow this oouree, becauso I
am elnsaraly endeavoring to look at th
matter only from tha standpoint of the
papular Interest. It la not only neces
sary for th people to have the right
Instrument, ths right tool, with which to
work In any given mrgncy, but It Is
pleurisy today at a hotel bar. Her bus.
bank was a son of Oustavus F. Swift.
Chicago packer. A few days ago a post
mortem examination of hla body
made to discover whether causes ether
tbaa heart diseaeo reeulted la hie death
oa a train near Milwaukee last October.
V. D. Chandler.
M'COOK Neb. Maroh l-8peolal.)-C.
D. Chandler, whs has been living at
Lonrraon t, Colo., tor- hut health, died of
eonaumptloa oa train No. x, of tt Bur-
Hi.gton. Monday morning, near aaroa.
Colo. Tha body was brought here by ins
wit and bar father of MonUeelto, Jad.
necessary that they themselves shall lit waa prepared here tor shipment to
!3. eMHssi r
a Slesen astMassSi
r-Z-it It .' V(Kt W !! W-'J Si S-
t wC--t- n neti e rxi '- lest- I your aetloa entitle yen to raeesvo from
seam Saeasj oeet fee.. va Mat -eee , gees, v st, tones ass 1 ast teej that, tt tbo present t'm. I
chooee and ahall believe at th sufficiency
of that Instrument. If at this particular
crisis, With th particular pro blame ahead
of us at thla particular time th people
feel that I am th on man la sight to
do Vis Job, then I should regard myself
aa shirking a plain duty It I refused to
do U. ...
"What 1 am Interested In, remember.
Is not In tbs least la holding ths otflos.
but In doing a Job that is actually wsrth
doing i this is th. position that to 'tbs
best of my boiler, I bar alwat taken
and always shall take. If th people
should feel that I waa th Instrument
to be used at thla time, 1 should accept
area although 1 knew that I ahonld be
broken and cast aside In th using. Th
right motto for any man Is: 'Upend and
be spent.' and If, In order to do a Job
worth doing from the puMlo standpoint,
ha must pay witb bis own lite, actual
lira oa ths field t kettle, er political
lit la ctvto affairs, bs must not grudge
tb )'ment In short, I am aot con
cerned with tb srolfar of any one mas
la this matter, not with Mr. Taft' wel
ter, nor with Mr. . La Fellette and
least of all with my owa; I am ueeined
only with th. weltar of tb. psopl. of
tbo United Suue.
Hew your point to that when I feat
thus might y bo wining to Male openly
Peru. Ins., for interment.
TABOR, la., March l-8peclal.)-WII-II
am Hod man. one of th .id seniors of
this vtolnlty, died suddenly of heart
trouble while sitting In his chair Sunday
evening at his bom oa North Mala street.
He was Tt year, old.- The funeral oc
curred today at tb Methodist Episcopal
i. W. Kibble. .
YORK, Neb., March k (special.) The
funeral service of i. W. Kibble were
held yesterday afternoon. H waa at
year of sis and bomestsadsd hi York
oounty In IsTL Ms leaves a widow and
six children to mourn their loss.
OTTAWA WILL RETRENCH
! FOR LOSS OF REVENUES
OTTUMWA, la, March l-Tho finance
eommltto of tb dty council today
recommended the reduction sf tb. city
pone. fore, and Or department, and
ths aboltshnssat of th efflos of gtdswalk
oouimlsslaasr. Tht step M taken be
ea use sf ths Ices of gan aatMpotsd
aatsoa tax revenue, du to tbo failure
of tb saloon petition to Barry.
digs deep after germs
GcIiDnst not only cleans but sterilizes.
Soap merely washes over the surface, leaving
a greasy film behind it.
Gold Dust "goes to the bottom," and insures
absolute purity, and sanitary safety. Why not
sanatize your home, as well as clean it?
Soap needs muscle help; Geld Dust does all tha
hard part of the task without your assistance. N
Gcli frst is a good, honest, vegetable-oil soap,
to which are added other purifying materials in
just tne ngnc proportions
to cleanse easily, vigor
ously, and without harm
to fabric, utensils or hand.
Gold Dut is ia
5C glza and Urge pd
-Lt a cold dust rwea
Mads by THE N. K. FAIRBANI COMPANY, Chic.l
Makers t fairy Sons (tbs oval cake)
Make Faust Spaghetti the chief
dinner dish one night each week
Do this for the pleasure it will give the
whole family. Do it for the wholesome
nourishment contained in a dish of ,
nd for economy's sake, for Faust Spaghetti
most perfectly takes the place of expensive
meats. Faust Spaghetti is made from Durum'
wheat richest in the elements that build up
the body and supply energy. It is made in
kitchens that are . spotlessly clean and
carefully packed in odor-proof, damp-proof
and dust-proof packages.
It comes to you delightfully fresh and clean.
, Write for our free book of recipes.
5c and 10c packages.
MAULL BROS. St. Louis. Mo.
Lives oh Six Glasses
of Water Each Day
' 7 ' " aengessassns
DUBUQUE, la.,' March 5.-L. C. Ohsen
raltar, ths local business man who Is on
a twenty-day fast, today passed th fif
teenth day. beating bis own record of a
year ago. . He has not tasted food since
he began the fast, six glasses of water
only being hU dally diet He has lost
tw.lv Bounds, but remains strong and
works ten nourg a day.
CRAFT PLEADS GUILTY
TO CHARGE OF ARSON
CENTEttVILLE, la.. March 5.-A, C.
Croft of Moulton. pleaded guilty today
to conspiracy In th Moulton arson ess.
Ks was Indicted for arson, and eon
eplraey In th burning of th A. C. Croft
a) Co, .levator last August, on which
thr was. U,HI, Insurance. He stated
K could not contend against the mass
arson charge was dismissed and he eras
sentenced to three year at Fort Madison.
Richard and James Hendon. who pleaded
guilty a week ago today aa bis confed
erates, were given similar sentences.
massevslt Clek at Hot Sarins.
HOT SPRINGS S. D., March .-Sps-da!.)
A Roosevelt dub was. organised
her. with about fifty members, and they
are entfcusiaatle In the. belief that tha
membership will bo largely Increased. The
Roosevelt followers seem to hare the
faculty of following th style of their
Illustrious leader In making a strenuous
amount of noise. B. E. Wilson wss chosen
president, U E. Highiey, vis. president,
and Warren Warner, secretary, 'of th.
Ilooeev.lt club, pelegates Will bs sent to
th meeting at Mitchell on Wednesday.
'Ths key to success la bosta.ee' la the
persistent and Judicious usa of newspaper
advertising. ," .
A Remedy No Family
Should Do Without
No matter bow healthy a human being
may be It Is sat to aay that not many
month are passed without som obstruc
tion, of th bowel. In other words, consti
pation, even If only temporary. The bloat
ing, the dull feeling may start after tha
evening meal, if a laaatlvs la not takea
that night It la certain that alee will not
be aound, and you will awaken unre
freehed. Henoe. It ia Important for ros and for
all tha members of your family that a
good, reliable laxative be alwsye Kept m
the house for Just such emergency. It is
sure to be needed, and when needed you
want It at band. No family met is care
ful of Ha. health can do without auch a
remedr. But the aucetlon of which rem
edy to bav. oa band Is also of vast Importance.
ine laxauvo mean nigmr TOnncnwi
by the majority of Intelligent Americans
as being best tor babes and grownups is
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It
linuld laxative tonic, mild, and
gripes. 1 effective on robust people end
can be given with safety to an infant.
Children like It because of theee gentle
qualitlea and because It Is pleasant to th
It la the best ' all-around remedv yon
can have in the bouse for any disorder of
the etomecn, liver and boweie. a,.d .uany
people like Mr. 1. N. Covert. Norfolk.
Neb., and Mrs. Susan Attebury, Orant.
Neb., ley they would aa soon be without
the neeeeslties as without In. Caldwell a
Anyone wishing to make a trial of this
remedy before buying it In the regular
way of a druggtat at fifty eenta or one
dollar a large bottle (family else) can
hav a sample bottle eent to the home
fro of charge by simply addressing Dr.
W. B. Caldwell, MS Washington Ktreet.
Montlcello. III. Tour nam. and address
oa a postal card will do. , .
Catarrh Germs Easily Killed
and Vile Disease Ended
Jut Breathe Hyomei; the Soothing, Healing . Air of the
Eucalyptus forests of Australia, ' . : ;
tt Bisonl gHvs Satlsfaetiea for Ca
tarrh, Ooag-aa, Oelsa. 0a r Ostasraat
Bsatasas. yens Mossy Mask.
Delay, are dangerous.
If yoa want to get rid of
-. -.. kill tha
w.'" ' , . pa
rerms that ceuee catarrh. THE"
u.k SMinsL alntmant. Ills
sprays and douches hav.
HlUSfil ipronw-itvw - . . A
Hlgh-o-.) 1 breathed dl- f.tUUV
Breath. HYOMEI for catarrh, eoughs.
colds, croup and catarrhal doafae. and
If you ar aot aaUafled with rh. benefH
obtained your money will
Breath HTOMElr It I
mad of purest Eucalyp
tus and other healing an
tlseptlcs and ia vary pleas
ant to breath. Complete
outfit Including hard rub
ber pocket inhaler and
bottle of HTOMEI II. .
After yoa ones own an la-
rsetly over ths Inflamed.
rm esrm.lnfested mm-
QrajB .ot vnly dlstroytng tne microoes, I ruuer you can ouy a enus OK niuasi
bat healing and soothing the eore ca- I at pharmacUU everywhere for only
tarrhal spots. cfta, ...
(VJSVI (21 (3 (e (JvJiWI
Omaha', war. rood Coster
reim sraau ifttun to wbbsssbat.
It boxsa Washington Nave? oranges, per sosea
New Black Walnuts, per peck
Three Largs riain uetiuce
pounds English Wainute, per pound..
f -oderae. 1 t
ad Floor. .
Uttlo Tables Lfr'
Fresh Strawherrtes. Wax and String Ueana, Sweet PoUtoea. New
Potatoes. Egr Plant. Endive, Cauliflower, Head Lettuce and Spinach.
w -aound una HlcJcmatt'a Long Walt. Asparagus, esch SSe
1 dossn perks gee Oloee Stanh for 46.
I tins Imported Sardtnee for..-.. ...0o
package, iutwnsi pi.ru u .o. s Tac.r vr
tsa ara corns.
ruMMtMiiA, at out derartment. Try a cup of our "I.otos-Ankols-
Coffee yes aavw ima um res, now My uie mm ptr puaoe. ewo
i BAuiMis ror
ify" a cup of -Lotus" tfapaa Tea for tb seklng smooth
j -pound pa sage for.
i best per pound. 40s" 5
Teo . 1
-smooth and mallow, wt"
"LstusT Kostorky Wbisky, years old. tuU eoarts
Port Wine full quarts
Sh.rrv Wine, full auarta
"I Wklt Toka- rult .asrts..,
Claret, per bottle.
SSe, ass and
Mo . g
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