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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1912
I JSJothingLike Leather Well Put Togetheft
Have youa boy who
is hard on shoes?
Most boys are that's
why pur Balcony Shoe,
Department fc puts sue h
stress on these boy-proof shoes
that's why we're so very
particular to require the very
best Velour calf and Box calf
for the vamps and real oak
hides for the soles; every pair
would be good valne at 25c to 50c more than our price.
Boys' Button 81168 Mo is ik . . . . 2.00 to 83.00
biwL Sises 1 10 2 82.50 to S3.50
or Blucbers sizes 2 y to e 82.75 to $3.50
MISSES' VICI KID with patent tips, velour calf with tip toe, tan
calf and patents is new Fall models, medium or high cuts
Sizes 8V4 to 10. .82.25 to 3.00
. sues 11 to?. $2.75 to $3.50
Little Women's Shoes with medium heels for growing girls;
tan calf, velour calf, patents and suedes; sizes 2ft to 7, at $3.00
$3.50 and $4.00- !
Expert shoe fitters at your service.
151&-20 FAENAM STREET.
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KOB FIRES 0H AMERICWiS
'Attenpt Made ' to Kill Sailors at
, Bluefields, Kicaragua.
SITUATION BECOMES CEITICA1
Celebratloa of Independeace Day
Taraed Into Aati-AmeHcai.
" DvataaairiitivM SSastfseS
, Are Petroling Streets.
, BLUEFIELDS, Nicaragua, Sept 18.
Amertcan sailors from the gunboat
' Tacoma .were fired upon In the streets
.her tut night during n entl-American
'demonstration Incident to the celebration
,of th anniversary ot Central American
independence. A mob of excited Nlcar
eguans wa formed Immediately and for
a moment bloodshed waa threatened.
Prompt action by Lieutenant Lowell, In
1 command ot the landing force of sixty
i marines, undoubtedly prevented more
'serious results. He rushed' the marines
j to' the scene of the trouble and die
! parsed the mob, ; L
Sailors Were Not Hurt.
The entire force of Americans patrolled
the streets ot the city throughout the
'night and prevented the assembling of
natives In groups. The sailors were not
l.urt ; . " '
Quiet prevailed here today but It U
realised that the situation remain
j critical. A strong anti-American feeling
exists and the action of the mob last
! night did not come altogether unex
pectedly. ... . - ,:' , v
, Articles denunciatory ot Americans have
i appeared in the local newspapers.
lar service will be held, st which an ad
dress will be delivered by Rev. Joseph J.
Lampe, D. IX, on "Ministerial Education
For Present Day Needs." All fnlends of
the seminary are Invited to attend this
The building, especially the library, will
be open to visitors both forenoon and
FRATERNAL DELEGATES MEET
Iowa Orders Send Bepresentatirei
,to Des Moines.
BOBBERS BLOW OPEN SAFE
Postofflee at St. Charles Entered sad
Over Two Hundred Dollars la
Money Stolen, Cracksmen
. (From a Staff Correspondent)
. DES MOINES, Sept. 16. (Special.) A
large number ot representatives of fra
ternal orders arrived in the city this
evening to attend the annual Iowa Fra
ternal congress to be held here this week.
William Koch of this city is president
and J. W. Gelger of Omaha, Is secretary,
with Emma B, Manchester of Omaha as
vice president The congress will con
sider legislation and other matters of
mutual Interest to all the fraternal In
Robbers Eater Poatofflee.
Robbers last night blew open the safe
In the postofflce at St Charles, a short
distance south of here, securing S2U In
money and stamps. They then robbed
the drug store of cigars and stole a band
car and left for the south. They, were
traced as far as Osceola, where the left
the. handcar and probably took a freight
train on the main line of the Burlington.
The safe was shattered, part of the door
being blown through the ceiling.
Baldwin Objects to Report.
It developed today that tha report of
the state commission on workmen's com
pensatlon and employers' liability, which
Is soon to be filed with tha governor, will
not be signed by all the members, as W,
W. Baldwin, for many years a high of
ficial of the Burlington railroad, has re
fused to agree with other members to
the majority report The majority favors
a bill that will establish a form of work
men's compensation. Baldwin favors a
fixed Indemnity (for injuries to be es
tablished In court.
READY TO RESUME WORK
' Tomorrow Is opening day at thePres
'byterian Theological seminary. The ex
ercises will begin t 9 o'clock with a
'chapel service.; purlng the forenoon new
tudents will be, matriculated and class
work will bs asslgnend.
In the afternoon at 1 o'clock a popu-
Display of New Goods
Draws Great Crowds
to Brandeis Stores
Spurred on hy the cool weather and by
the anticipation of viewing all tha latent
fall styles, many women were on hand at
the Brandeis stores yesterday morning.
The place was filled from top floor to
basement with an eager host of buyers
and those who came to look.
The millinery display and the collection
of ready-to-wear Importations were the
most attractive to most of the women. The
gowns brought here from across the ocean
are not only riohly beautiful In them
selves, but are enhanced by being placed
on models sot bnneath oriental canopies
copied from those which sheltered the
rulers of Great Britain at the Durbar In
The hats this season are so shaped that
mere man may once again see at least a
portion of the faces cf tha gentler sex.
The large dress shapes' roll up at one
side, with the brim sloping downward to
ward the back on the other side. Small
hats are trimmed from the center of the
crown up Instwid of from the brim as In
last season's models. The favorite trim
mlngs are heron, paradise and ostrich
plumes. '.- '
Hniihaet Guldo Rombaaer.
KIRKSVIIXK, Mo., Sept. lfl.-Kaphael
Ouldo Rombauer, a major of artillery st
udied to General Grant's staff through
out the civil. war and ons of the best
known mine owners In Missouri, la dead
at' his home here.
How Thet Body Kilts (fferms.
Germs that et Into the body are killed la two ways by the white eorpweles
o! the Wood, end by s germ-UUing tubitanct that is in the Wood. Just what this
substance Is, we do not know. The blood o( a healthy person slwsys has some
germ-killing substance Ut it to ward off the sttsck of disease. The fountain head
l iiie is the stomach. A man who bss a weak and impaired stomsch and who
loes not properly difett his food will soon find thst Ws blood has become week
ind impoverished, and thst his whole body is improperly end insufficiently nour
' Ished. To put the body in healthy condition, to feed the system on rich, red blood
ind throw out the poisons from the body, nothing in the psst forty years has
. . .A.!f,l n Pian-nn'a Hntifan Madinal Diaceverv. a Dure
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' glyceric extract (without slcobol, of Woodfoot, golden
- seal and Oregon grape root, stone root, msndrake and
" queen's root with Week oherryberk. v '
"Mr husband was sufferer from stomach trouble and
- Impure blood," writes Mrs. James H. Mabtoj, of Frank
fort, Ky. "He had a sore on his face that would form a
""'scab which would dry and drop off in about a month, then
another would immeaiaieiy ionn. i couunueu mis wj
lor a long time. He tried every remedy that any one would
!:"". 1... tnnA .alUf R. than trkwt Dr. Ptarce'a
(hJden Mwllcal Discovery which icompletely cured him. He
h stayed cured now for two years, and I recommend this
valuable medicine for Impurities of the blood." ,
TV. V.-.'m P1a. P1tita rrtfiilat and invirforata
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"t 9. Maxtim, Esq. stomach, liver end bowels, Sugar-ooatcd, Uny granules.
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Omaha j;,,, mn-.- r- ---, t 'raiiiiMoi.ii
Men Aoensed of Larceny.
LOGAN, la.;- Bept 18-Specli)-4n-dlcted
for larceny, In Jail here and await
ing trial, with the district court of Harri
son county In session, are among the
serious conditions now confronting Jo
seph Moore, George Russell and Charles
Wrinkle, charged with larceny. Moore
and Russell are married men and the
three are said to be over SO years of ags.
About the middle of last month these
three men were up for beefing a fat
steer in the pasture ot John Young, a
rich bachelor of Modal e. Tbeye were let
go on their own recognisance, but when
the matter was brought up hy county
officials before the grand Jury Moore and
Russell were taken Into custody at Blair,
Neb., and Wrinkle at Corning. Mo., and
returned to Logan Sunday evening by
BhMiff Rock and his deputy, M. XX
Msmneli 0tm Meeting.
LOGAN. la,. Bept 16.Bpc!aJ.LaUer
X)ay Saints' campmeeting closes at Mag
nolia this evening. At the business meet
ing yesterday afternoon It was decided to
hold the reunion at Magnolia next year.
The citlxens of Magnolia were voted a
resolution of thanks for their co-operation
In making the meetings a success. Reso
lutions were also passed thanking Joseph
Smith, president of' the church, for his
kindly k greetings and expressed a hope
that his life might be prolonged for con
ttnuous usefulness, v , .
' . lew Hews Nntee. - . ..
LBNOX-Work on the new Burlington
depot at Lenox started the last week.
The building will be of brick veneered
with face brick and will be Mall
PRErtCOTT The Prescott Argus print
ing plant has been sold by Editor Booth
to Earl Howard of Maryvtlle, Mo., who
has moved to Presoott and will take
charge of the plant Mr. Booth expects
to. locate at aiuoti. , .
CRESTON-Mlis Beatrice ArmlUgeand
Ralph Deraluff of this city were united
In marrlasre Friday evenlna- by the Rev.
George Kortelltag, pastor of the Presby
terian church. Miss Armltage has been
stenographer for her father. County At
torney Armltage, lor uie at zour yean.
CRESTON The August term of district
court closed Saturday afternoon. Al
Rallinm-tr. chanted with assault and bat
tery on his wife, pleaded guilty and was
sentenced to one year in the reformatory
at Anamosa. This was the limit the law
allows for this orrense. in eentenoing
htm Judm Maxwell told him he thought
It ought to be for forty years, but as the
law only allowed one year be was getting
CRBSTON-J. M. Turner of this city
has on exhibit In one of the business
houses a stalk of corn twelve and one
hal feet tall after being cut oft four
inches at tha roots. The first ear Is
seven feet from the ground and measures
seventeen inches In length. - This stalk
1s one from a patch grown on a vacant
kit in the city ana Mr. Turner says we
whole paten averages aoouc tne same
height. The corn waa planted after
May 20. , -.-
Young Christian Men
Outior New Members
Monday noon the thirty-five-team cap
tains, and workers of the Young Men's
Christian association lunched together at
the association. Speeches were by J. T.
Wachob, George P. Gilmore and C G.
Wallace. It looks as it the BOO mark for
new members were too small a figure as
154 names are already on the list with five
full working days remaining.
The plan of the workers has been to
Issue ten-day ticket, complimentary to
prospective members which entitled the
prospective to full privileges during the
time of this campaign.
: Considerable competition has been
aroused by H. C. Roeaoker's team guar
anteeing to bring in more than its fun
quota of fifty members. The three teams
of the, phy tidal department or 3ft pet
cent - of the workers have brought in
60 per cent ot the member and claim they
will maintain this record throughout the
The ranking of the teams according to
the number ot members brought in la as
follows: First, No. X, H. C. Ronacker;
second. No. O. G. Ftanke; third. No. I,
E. T.N Ireland. - .
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
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SAVE THIS CXJUPON IT KELPS YOU GET
Tb Crril War Through the Camera
'; Containing . i-
Brady's Famous Civil War Photograph '
- IfmUiiM hy PsraWMiM uttUU. S. War Dmpurtmtmt)
And Prof eaaor Elson'a Nenrly Written
History of the Civil War
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. W, H. Buchote, Just made Nebraska's
member of the council of the American
Banker's association, was in the banking
business at Norfolk before he came to the
' John M. Guild, who la the handy man
for the Commercial club,- learned te be
a live one as secretary of the South
Omaha Live Stock exchange. "
Presenting Our Own Importations of
Original creations from Foreign Designers that
show the correct style tendencies nowv coming
into vogue in Paris and London
The demand for women's dresses and costumes that will
serve a practical purpose has been more pronounced that ever
, this season. Among the more elaborate garments from our Paris
.buyer are many adapted for the Ak-Sar-Ben,Ball and similar
brilliant functions. These costumes are advanced style types
but none are so extreme as to border on the sensational. They
are artistic models that appeal to women of refinement. -
These for sign made owns are so designed that we will be
able to adapt them to practically any size figure without alter-j
.t f 'i i' ... f i.L. CTeij
mg tne graceiUi lines or uie uaniiuuy ui uie gar mem.,
Selections may be made during this opening display.
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EIGHT SAUORS JiRE DROWNED
Cotter Containing Recruits Upset by
Gale Near Chicago. .
THREE MS ARE StUL MISSING
Chief Conner's Kate Negus, Who
Had Char ( tie Party, Dies
After Reaemlac' Several
Mca of Partr. )
CHICAOO, Sept. l.-rhree more bodies
were recovered from Lake Michigan near
Lake Bluff today, bringing up to eight
the list of known dead in the accident
yesterday when a thirty-six-foot cutter,
containing twenty-four recruits of the
United Btatea naval training station, over
turned while the partv was out sailing.
Three other members of the party still
are missing. Searching crews, under the
command of the officers of the station,
dragged the lake for the bodies.
Included In the bodies recovered today
was that of Chief Gunner's Mate W. E
Negus, who died while heroically trying
to save his companions. When the boat
overturned Negus grabbed two of the re
cruits and started for the shore. He res
cued one of them and went back . Into
the water to assist others. In all, fourteen
men either swam ashore or were" rescued
and Negus aided nearly .every one , of
them? V';' " ' -. ; .; .... , .
He was distracted from grief because
he was In charge of the boat ,
Aboat Thirty Men la Boat;
The boat has' seats for sixty men
and was about half full, thuogh no ac-i
count could be obtained tonight of the
exaot number who set sail. In an hour
practically all the recruits were Incapaci
tated by seasickness and In a squall that
sprang up the heavy cutter became un
manageable. ' Negla, seeing the danger,
attempted to anchor about 209 feet off
shore. The hawser parted and In sight of
several hundred residents of the fashion
able take shore colony all the lads were
thrown into the water when the cutter
rolled over. ' , s
i Negls and a doaen of the apprentices
came to shore by swimming or clinging
to oars. Onlookers rushed Into lbs water
and aided tbe drowning men to safety,
bat when the dead and rescued were
counted up at reset five men were found
to be missing.
The five identified dead ere:
R. C. HARLAN, 18 years old, Blooming-
I. L BOUTHWORTH. 18 years old.
J. WALLACE, 18 years old. Turner, Ind.
W. Jf. ANTROBUS, a years old. Indian
J, A. PATTON. 28 rears old. Stanton, O.
Apprentices ; Camalna, Winkler. ' Stan
ley, J. F. Jackson and Field, were "missing
last night though patrols from the naval
station and volunteer parties of residents
searched the beach for miles. Twelve
men. Including Megls, were taken to hos
pitals. Negls later disappeared and
search was ordered for him by Command
ant W. F. Fullam, of the training sta
tion as the man waa semi-Insane as a
result of the tragedy for which he blamed
Himself, threatening to put an end to
The only boat that put out to the aid
ef the cutter was a motor boat from the
training station ordered sent bv Com
mandant Fullam." It was swamped, but
armed ashore with all hanos. Homes
of the wealthy residents of Lake bluff
were thrown open, hot. blankets and re
storatives provided and pulmotors sent
for from Chicago. Tlis cutter after its
hawser parted - broached to and rolled
ever among the breakers on the long
shore bar. There waa a heavy under
tow ana only--a w of the boys could
swim, i ' - .. ' , ,
OMAHA IS SEEKING THE
MEETING OF RETAILERS
Omaha 1 seeking the 1911 convention of
the National Federation of Retail
ehanta Indianapolis and Omaha were
trying for It,. with the advantage some
what In Indianapolis favor. St. Louis
has now entered the contest Enough
votes may be divided so that Omaha may
win. -( - - '
The convention Is scheduled for Novem
ber 13-21. Thirteen directors of the fed
eration are to vote on the 1912 meeting
place. . ' "
Tom Fry will never' be small fry
; whether retired from the fish business er
hot . v
WESTERN POSTAL CLERKS
WILL RECEIVE INCREASE
In the division comprising .Nebraska
Colorado and Wyoming there are SflO rail
way man clerks employed. It ls esti
mated that 600 will receive an advance
In salary of 8300 per. year. The remaining
400 have not held their positions the time
required by the service In order to be
given an Increase.
Hospe to Keep Open
House and Be the
Real Host AH Day
From 10 o'clock this morning to 10 to
night A. Bospe- will keep open house at
his store, 1513 Douglas street. In celebra
tion of his thirty-eighth year in business
in Omaha. The store, one of the prettiest
and most interesting In. Omaha, will be
decorated throughout . and visitors will
have access to all three floors and the
As additional attractions circus lemon
ade will be served and the guests will be
entertained with selections from the most
modern musical Instruments, a few of
whiah are real marvels of sound pro
ducers and an extremely Interesting Inno
vation In Omaha.
Concerts' will be given all day on a
new vlolano virtuoso, an Instrument com
bining the music of the violin with piano
forte accompaniment,. A Welte player
piano Is another entertaining feature to
be In operation.' This ' Instrument Is
capabla of reproducing on the piano the
exact rendition of scores, played by the
famous pianists, even affording the qual
ity of "feeling" to be noted in the play
ef the masters. The 'Mrnuetf by Pade-
rewski will be a principal number on this
Instrument . .-- -. .
Something new , in mechanical musical
Instrument concert will be the, combiner
tton of player piano with singers on the
A. Hospe, who has been at the head of
many . progressive movements in' Omaha
and whose ability has shown' itself
through the growth ot his business, will
be the host during the day. Souvenirs
will be given to the visitors.
JONES TELLS OF SALE
TO HARVESTER TRUST
tConUnued"from First Page.)
is to sell, so that the American company
makes no money." s -
"We aim to bujf from the New Jersey
company at the same price at which w
would buy from any other company. But
it Is a fact that the American company
has paid no dividends."
The defendants Include George W. Per
kins, Cyrus H. McCormlck, Elbert H.
Gary, president of the steel corporation;
George F. Baker, Norman B. Ream,
Charles Peering and Harold F". McCor
The filing of the suit was determined
upon after the Department of Justice
and the company had failed to agree to a
plan to dissolve without litigation by
dividing the corporation property among
Hew companies, as was done in the
tobacco corporation dissolution.
The government charges that the cor
poration hy combining the five largest
agricultural Implement manufacturers
in 1913 created a trust and monopolized
at that time 85 to 90 per cent of the trade.
Methods of Sales Changed.
Mr. Funk testified that prior to the com
bination of the large harvester companies
In 1902 they all were active competitors.
Upon the combination tbe general agen
cies of all the companies were turned
over to the new organisation, he said.
. The products of the present company.
Mr. Funk asserted, were sold to the
farmers through Jobbers in the Pacific
coast states and through general agents
In other states.; All excepting; the Pacific
Coast states, he said, were divided Into
five dlstrtcU, the . central district being
northern Illinois, northern Indiana and
eastern Iowa. ' .
CIRCUIT COURT OF -
APPEALS REFUSES TO
ACT IN KANSAS CASE
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(Continued from First Page.)
acts of the Chicago convention in June
To those I , would say read the .evidence
In the California, the Texas and the
The Keokuk speech was made from a
platform erected at the intersection of
two of-the principal streets. The address
dwelt almost entirely with the republi
can national convention, and the pro
Women Democrats ef Illinois Meet.
CHICAGO, Bept. It-Mr. Ellen M. Heh-
rotln and Dr. Julia Holmes Smith, offi
cers of the Women's Democratic league
here, made plans today for meeting Mrs.
J. Borden Harrimaa of New Tork tomor
row, who comes to Illinois to organise
Wilson and Marshall clubs.
Mrs. Harriman will be given a luncheon
by the Iroquls club tomorrow shortly
after her arrival. Among, the, Illinois
women who will meet Mrs. .Harriman are
Mrs. Adlal Stevenson of Bloomlngton and
her daughters, . Miss Letltla . Stevenson
and Mrs. Martin Hardin; Mrs. Jessie Pal
mer, Weber of Springfield,. Mrs. Sara 8.
Bornemann- and Mrs; Henry G. Solomon
of Chicago. . - :. ..
Bryan After" Taft and , Rooeerelt. '
GREELEY, Colo., Sept 16.-In a speech
here today WMHam J. Bryan character
ised President Taft as; "The man who
went Into office with a' million majority
and who . will go out by unanimous con
sent" He said Taft had failed utterly
to reduce the tariff in keeping with cam
paign promises. , r ; ,
Mr. Bryan referred to Theodore Roose
velt as "The most dangerous man In the
country." He criticized the actions of
Roosevelt while president In permitting
the absorption of the Tennessee Coal and
Iron company by the United States Steel
cdrporatlon; ' He declared the former
president recogniied the trusts as perma
nent Institutions, free from competition,
while he recognised competition as legiti
mate in all other lines of human en
deavor. Sherman Is Improving.
GROVE BEACH, Conn., Sept 1.-Vlce
President James 8. Sherman is slowly re
covering from bis nervous breakdown,
which Borne time ago, after advice of
WOULD LIKE SOME NEBRASKA
SUNSHINE UP IN CANADA
J. L. Kaley has returned from a trip
north and reports that many cf th great
wheat fields In Saskatchewan and Mani
toba are still green and doubtless will be
Injured by the early frosts, as they were
last year, On account of almost dally
rains In these provinces for the last three
weeks, farmers have not been able to
thresh their cut grain and much of it is
srrowlng In the shock. A little Nebraska
sunshine would be very greatly appreci
ated Just now by the Canadian farmer.
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
Earthqaake at Graaada.
MADRID, Sept 15. An earthquake oc
curred today at Granada. In Andelueta.
Several houses were damaged. .
Nol Salts and
If Constipated, Bilious, Headachy,
Stomach Sour, get a 10 cent box of
Cascarets take ond tonight.
You men and women who can't get
fecllnr rlaht who . have headache
coated tongue, foul taste, and foul
breath, dizziness, can't sleep, are bil
ious, nervous and upset, bothered with
a sick, gassy, disordered stomach, or
have back-ache and feel worn out
Are you , keeping your , bowels clean
with Cascarets, or merely ' forcing . a
passageway every few days with salts,
cathartic pills or castor Ollt This Is
Cascarets. work - while you sleep;
cleanse and .regulate the stomach, re
move the sour, undigested and ferment
ing food and foul gases; take the excess
bile from the liver and carry out of the
system all the constipated waste, matter
and poisons in the Intestines and bowels.
A Cascaret tonight will straighten
you out by morning a 19-ceot box from
any drug store will keep your stomach
sweet: liver and. bowels regular and
head clear for monflis. Don't forget the
children. They love Cascarets because
they taste good do good never gripe
or sicken. .
his physicians, caused him to seek the
seclusion of Grove Beach. The vice
president expects, If he recovers suf
ficiently, to take part in the campaign
No young woman, to the Joy of
coming , motherhood, should neglect
to prepare her system for the physi
cal ordeal she Is to undergo. The
health of both herself and the coming
child depends largely upon the core
she bestows upon herself daring the
waiting months. Mother's Friend
prepares the expectant mother's sys
tem for the coming event, and Its use
makes her comfortable during all the
term. It works with and for nature,
and hy gradually expanding all tis
sues, muscles and tendons, involved,
and keeping the breasts In good con
dition, brings the woman to the crisis
In splendid physical condition. The!
baby, too, Is more apt to be perfect and
strong where the mother has thus
prepared herself for nature's supreme
function. No. better advice could be
given a young expectant mother than
that she use Mother's Friend; It is
medicine' that has proven; its value;
in thousands of '
cases. Mother's MnTUaTfilC
Friend is sold at " JffMMlliil3
book for expect
ant mothers which contains much
valuable information, and many sue
gestlons of a helpful nature. ,
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The quickest, best and safest way to
cure catarrh or a cold' in the head Is by
using a remedy that will "touch the
spot' and. do Its work quickly without
leaving any bad effects. Ely's Cream
Balm, .which : la applied to the nostrils
or Tubbed on the throat or cheat gets
right at the root of the trouble and in
stantly relieve even the worst case of
catarrh or cold. . A few minutes after
applied you can feet a loosening up in
the head, the pain and soreness are
gone, the sense of taste, smell and hear
ing come back, and you feel like a dif
ferent person. -
Ely's Cream Balm cleanses,, heals and
strengthens the lnflammed men.branes,
takes away that stuffed up feeling and
dull pain In the head, relieves the throat
soreness and stops the nasty discharge
which ' is the cause of the disgusting
hawking,' spitting, blowing of the nose,
and foul breath. Hay fever victims who
are made miserable by fits of sneezing,
coughing and wheezing get instant and
permanent relief ..by .the use .-.of, .this
simple remedy. ; "
Don't suffer ' another minute Ely's
Cram Balm will relieve you Immedi
ately, and a'60-cent bottle will more
thn likely .work a complete, cure. All
druggists sell it. , : .
"RESV AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHUB.
' Mis. WiXSLow Soothixo STXtrr has been
; used lor over 6IXTV YEARS by MltUONS ot
j MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WH1JLH
, TEETHING,- with PERFECT SUCCESS.
1 SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GCKSL
f ALLAYS all PAIN j CCRES WIND COLIC, and
J is tkc best remedy , tof D1ABRHCEA. It ia at
oiuteiy nnnoiesa. . ic sure ana ut ror -Mrs, '
Winstow's Soothrag Syrup," snd take no other
i u .l.'. t weatv-hne cents botUt.. , ' . '
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