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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1914.
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Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher
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AIR RAGE AROUND WORLD
Sun Will Begin Early in May, 1015,
from Panama Show Qronndt.
EXPERTS SAY NOT IMPOSSIBLE
Fllffht Will , He Unst from. 'starling:
Point ""Across North America,
Enrojir, Aula nnil Sens
' SAN FRANCISCO. Cat.., Pb l-Threo
hundred, thousand, dollars, and ..perhaps
more, will be offered fn prize to aeron
aut vibo' race around tlio world In tiny
typo of mytor-drlvcti aircraft under thj
auspices f tlio l'anamaracltio Interna
tlonal iSxposltlon company. Of this sum
WCO,jowM bo Blven direct by the.,cx
rowtlcm. company and subscription ar
rangements on foot for securing the re
malnder aro said to Indicate' nn 'oven
larger sum than 1300,000. It Is said to
be the largest prize fund cV'er offered
for a single sporting event
The race, the cllmaX of tlio world's
ncrbnautlqaj activities, Is to start early In
May, 1915, Contestants will be allowed
nlretjr days" In which to molce the flight
of. approximately 31,000 miles around the
globe; Tho race starts and finishes on
the ground of the Fanama-Faclfla ex
position and tho course lies east from
-' , ' stsute to He Taken,
The route as now outlined crosses the
AUanikuocean, England, Trance, Uor
man)-, Rnseln, Japan, and tho Pacific
ccean,, touching tho world's brilliant
ces-Kita, the Arctic, the subtreplca of the
OriaM (.' the Siberian wastes, Specin
CHRf. tsMi Hnes In America run from
-me, . Wissfj mtm akhef to
:fsm:jmr r .cxt-ago and
ct 'invM h be " the' most formidRbio
stretch in the race. It will be eeeayoj
frowi Belie I ale, a small point between
Newfoundland and Labrador. Capo Faro
well, Greenland, tho next stop, barrlns
a dfo Into the water, 1st OTO miles awtly
and from Capo Farowcil to Keyjavlk,
Iceland, i C70 miles further. One nvro
jump to Stornaway in the Hebrides, is
(79 mile and tho Atlantta has been
$ny (Xe Impossible.
That no no of these three distances Is
Impossible, aero experts assert. Is shown
to them by a recent flight of Garros, the
Krench aviator who did 060 miles over
the Mediterranean from. Cannes, France,
to Tunis Aft lea. '
From the Hebrides to ISdlnbursh, Lon
don. Paris, Berlin, Warsaw, 8t. Peters
burg, Moscow and along tho trans
ftfberlan railway down Into Manchuria
and Korea, und across into Japan, runs
the lino of flight. From northern Japan
to Xamchatca. with varying routes acroin
the little gap, which separates Asia from
Jforlh America, no obstacle likely to bo
met M Insurmountable, It Is declared.
Vancouver, it. Q Seattleand Tacoma,
Portland, Ore., and Ban Francisco again
4 the werM U belted,
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The exporition. 15W will bo cut frft
hrcu pru-es-on of WW.WO, a secdua ot
I'm Into Three Prises.
, and it third of f,o. Dlstrlbun
later, This fund will oome.-' front lndl
vMuata and from clttc njong. the lino of
Monoplanes, biplanes, dlrlsiblcs. fljrlng
boats of any sort aro welcome in the
race. The worliot orgatiUaUon will fall
to Arnold Kruckman, whose appointment
as manager of the bureau of aeronautics
of tho exposition was announced today,
Mr. ICrucktnan formerly was secretary of
the Aeronautical society In New York and
hair to his credit the arrangement of the
flight of Glenn H. Curtlss from Albany
tp New York In the early days, and the
transcontinental flight in whlph ilobert
Fowler and Calbralth Hogers partlcl
Ho ulll start cast in a few weeks in a
patbmaklng trip around tho world,
"Tha flight around the world In .ninety
dars Is practicable today." said Mr.
Kruckman tonight. "A year from now,
With advances which will have been
ina.de In the structure of air craft. It will
ba twice as simple."
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DES KOINES CONTRACT
BIOOMINQTOK. III.. Feb. i-Kd Kin
sella, formerly pitcher with the Bt. Louis
Carditis!-, and last season with Venice.
Cal., in the Pacific Coast league, today
signed a contract for 19 U with Ies
Moines lit the Western league, refusing a
flattering offer from Hhe Federal league.
Hackacihe und HhrumstUm Vanish
Men and women having backache, rheu
matlsm. stiff and swollen Joints are hori
(S-tly glad to know (hat Foley Kidney
Pills are successful everywhere In drlv
tag out these Ills. That is because Foley,
Xbiney Pills are 'a' ttue medicine and
nulckly effective, In all diseases that vre
tult from weak, inactive kidneys and
tp! nary irregularities. Iter C. M
Khlghtoo. Ifaranna, Fla,, write-,. "I spf.
tred intense pain In kidneys and back,
ht after taking Foley Kidney Pills all
i ; j tnd thouvh I cm
Vi year pi, I eel, like a younK man
ogaiD," For Ie by all dealers every-
":fl!ll OIhK tea
of Major Leagues
NEW TOnK, Feb, 1-When tho club
owners of the National league meet in
this city next week for the annual
schedule, many-magnates wlll-beMn town
and It Is probablo that a Joint mttlntr of
the jJIrcctlng forces of tho two leagues
may bo held.
; It such a meeting is held It wilt bo the
first time on record that . magnates of
the 'lvo big leagues havd mot in, Joint
conference. Tho activity of tho ntvt
Federal ttague is said to be tho subject
uppermost in the minds of tho club
owners of the big leagues, and "a ialnt
conference was suggested for tha .iurfrtis.
of discussing a plan of campatgnasuini't
the s'o-calfed" outlaw organization?
At a conference in Pittsburgh 'n
Saturday-last in .which Governor, Tawtr,
Jlan Johnson, C. V. Somers, Ilobert I,.
Hedges, Uarney Dreyfuss, August Herr
mann, Connie Mack and others toek part,
a Joint meeting of the major leaijuo
magnates Was suggested and President
Johnson was urged to rati an informal
meeting of American league club owners
in Now York next week when tho Na
tional league schedule moetlng. u. hold,
Tho American league eahcdulo meeting
Is set for March 10,
York Ball Player
Forfeits His , Bond
YOUK, Neb., Feb. i-(SpeclaI,WJftank
Gardiner's bond for has been for
feited In district court. Gardtne't; was
manager pf York's ball team Wsj'sum
)rwh)WawwtiUil ,karry ' Hall. He
eat Jj(l oVer thViwaand bsdy'wUh
a ball, bat,7 Vhlcfi w the ca'w;Aef ' Wis
having .lo'go5ti,the.KjHipltal fora" month
or more, Oaralnetv was" Arrested and put
under bond for WW for his appearance
at the November tern of court, which
has Just "closed,
Last fall Gardiner went to Inllanapolla
and soon got IfHo an altercation with
John Donovan, knocking him down and
kicking one of his eyes out, when he
was arrested and his bond fixed at :,W0,
which ho succeeded in getting signed,
and was released from Jail only a few
weeks ago. '
County Attorney Wlliman will at once
take steps to collect the $SQ0 bond here,
which Is signed by four prominent cltl
Buck Weaver, Famous
Ball Player, is Dead
PH t LA. D KLI"I IT A , Feb. 1-Samuel II
(I)uok) weaver, a famous base ball
pitcher thirty years ago, died suddenly
here today. H was S9 years old. Weaver
began his base ball career In 1ST2 and
tcrrlflo speed was his great asset. He
playo.1 with the organisation now the
Philadelphia National league team, ohe
year and was with Milwaukee fort two
A V-l dtM dA--k . ...
ycars,.jn usi and 1S83 he was with tho
hii.tpW .Athltks, . The following
yes Weaver nlavM 'with
yes. Weaver played with Loulsvllla and
led alTStin nltrhnri In tho Ami-. -.-
In tho American aocation for breaking
the retervo rule, but was reinstated dur.
In ISM and playea, with "thaamoua Ath-
icmcs miiu.iMii wiitn no retired, .weaver
then Iffpd; tx Phllaorphla policeman
and was placed on the pension list after
serving twenty-ono years.
HaVfiuin Defeats Ciranil Island,
ItAVENNA, Neb.. Feb, l-(SDeelal.W
The ,qrand .Island High school basket
can team played the high school team at
Itavenna Saturday evening, the result
being a victory for tho Itavenna bov.
57 to IS.
lnffr Lewis aiKus.
BOSTON. Feh. x.Th. .in
of; Uuffy , Lewis, an iutfieTder; was r
cflvra today by the management St the
uvetuu viuu ui mo American league.
THOMAS WILL ACT AS
TREASURER OF CUB CLUB
CHICAGO, Feb. 8,-Charles H, Thomaa.
present secretary of tho Chicago Na
tionals and formerly with the New York
Nationals, will assume the duties of
tteasurer, formerly held by Charles Wil
liams, who has Joined the local Federals.
This was announced today hy President
Murphy, who ascribed to a Misunder
standing the news tint Peter Kelly of
isoston would taxe Williams' place,
A new man, however, will succeed Wil
liams' at traveling representative of tho
Farm Ilaase Haras.
PLATTSMOUTH, Neo.. Feb, S.-(Spe-clal.)
At an early hour today the fins
residence, of William A. Fight, a few-
miles west of PlatUmouth, was consumed
by flames with all of the household
goods. Mr. and Mrs. Fight and the chit
dren were rescued from the burning
structure, The origin of the fire It un
known, but Is supposed to have started
from n. defective flue. Tha toes Is esti
mated at 13.500. with 1380 Insurance on
building and foso on household goods.
MR. PlHDELLjlEFUSE& POST
Illinois Editor Declines to Accept
WRITES LETTER TO PRESIDENT
U flays that Controversy Which
Had Arisen Over the Appoint
ment Might Bo Mlaun
WASHINGTON. Feb. 3.-Hcnry M. Fin-
dell of Peoria, ill., who was recently
nominated and confirmed' as ambassador
to Ilussla, has declined tho appointment,
according to a jotter to tho president,
mado publlo at the White houso today.
Mr. Pindell wrote President Wilson that
although tha senate had investigated ac
cusations In connection with his appoint
ment ho felt nevertheless that no con
troversy of any kind should surround tho
appointment of any ambassador, as it
was liable to bo misunderstood abroad.
The president In a -letter off. regret ac
cepted Mr. FlndeU's declination.
Tho correspondence made public at the
White House follows:
"PEOniA, III.. Jan. W.-Dear Mr. Presi
dent! I deeply appreciate the honor you
have done ma in nominating me ambas
sador to Ilussla and the very great com
pliment paid mo by tho senate in confirm
ing tho nomination by unanimous vote.
I had hoped and confidently expected
whri you asked mo to accept the post
that I could do so at onco and take up
tho work at a very early date. I am,
therefore, tho more embarrassed to find
that circumstances have arisen which will
render it Impossible for mo to undertako
I have, as you know, been put In a
very false light by certain gross misrep
resentations in the public prees and while
It Is true that these have been cleared
away and the nomination accepted In Its
true light by the senate after a thorough
and dtspasonatQ Investigation, I feel
that it would be more delicate for me to
decllna the appointment than to accept It.
No controversy of this kind should sur
round the appointment of an ambassador
to a country ,wh,tch cannot be expected
to tw, familiar with the real circum
stances as they are known, at home.
There should bo nothing personal to talk
about or explain there, .as far as the act
bassaddr himself is concerned. -
"I beg, therefore, trusting ma to be
guided by my own' Instinct In this mat
ter, you will accept my assurances of
deep gratitude for- the. honor you have
sought to do me and permit me, with
genuine regret, but with no Hesitation or
Judgment, to decline the appointment.
"With sentiments, of 'distinguished con
sideration; believe mo tovbe,'Mr. Presi
dent, your obedient servant,
"'HENHY M. PINDELL."
Amner at President,
The president's letter to Mr, Pindell
"Your letter docs credit to your dellcato
sense of propriety, and serves to In
crease, it that were possible, my admira
tion for you and my confidence la your
eminent fitness for the mission which
you now decline.
I can but yield to your Judgment in
the matter; because It Is clear to me,
that feeling as you, do, whether you are
fully Justified In that fesllng or not, you
would not be comfortable or happy In
the post. I, therefore, cannot Insla. 1
know your qualifications so woll and
was so anxious tu seo you at Bt. Peters
burg, that I fsel a keen disappointment.
It is only a very Imperfect consolation
that I may now again express my un-.
qualified confidence In your ability. Your
character, your discretion and your en
tire suitability for such a post.
"Cordially and sincerely yours.
Orlvla et Coatrotrcrsy.
The controversy over Mr. Plndell's
nomination grew out of the publication
of what purported to be a letter from
Senator Lewis of Illinois to Mr, Pindell,
urging tho latter to accept the post of
ambassador to Russia, for a year and
saying he would bo relieved of responsi
bility for Important negotiations and
could travel freely In Europe. Senator
Iiwis charged that the letter was a for
gery and Secretary Bryan later in a
publlo statement said that Mr, Pindell
had said that he would only accept the
pott for a year because he did not feeV
that ho could be absent from his bust
ne&s for any longer period. Nq mention,
it was said, was made of any dlplomtlo
task or duties.
A senate committee Investigated the
correspondence and recommended the
confirmation of Mr. Pindell.
With the Uustisu ambassadorship again
open there was gossip In official circles
about the likelihood of Charles H. Crane
of Chicago being named. Mr. Crane was
uppermost In tho president's mind early
last year for the post, but is understood
to have declined because of his business
In this country.
Mr. Crane took luncheon with the nrtsl
dent a few days ago, but It could not be
learned whether the ambassadorship was
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Cape Cod Canal is
BANDWICH, Mass., Feb. '-.-The Cape
Cod canal, tho construction of which oven
tho Pilgrim fathers saw would rob tho
sandy peninsula and the Nantucket shoals
of their terror to shipping. Is to become
a reality within the next six months. The
six-mile ditch connecting Capo Cod bay
and Buzzard's bay Is 76 per cent com
pleted and the waters of tho two bays
wilt meet during the summer. When first
opened the canal will not be sufficiently
deep to allow full powered vessels to pass.
Later, however, It will bo made of greater
BLAIR MAN WITS SUICIDE
Body of George Bunn Found in Home
of Woman He Loved.
POISON BOTTLE EMPTY NEARBY
Mrs. nalston Had Left Early In Dr
for Benson 1111 d Locked House
Securely Man's isntranco ,
BLAIR., Neb., Feb. 2. (Special Tele
gram.)Tho body of Gcorgo Bunn. aged
37, was found on a bed In the farm home
of Mrs. Abblo Balaton, recently divorced,
with whom ho was desperately in love.
An empty bottle of strychntno stood on
a tablo near tho bed.
A letter addressed to Mrs. Ralston lay
beside tho bottle. What tho missive
contained was not disclosed by the
woman and the coroner. Bunn had been
keeping company with Mrs. Ralston for
a considerable time. Ho had said that
If she would not marry him he would
Bunn- went from Blair to Herman fn
this morning's Q:30 train and walked
from Herman to the farm, which Is on
the .river bottom, eight miles north of
Soino time ago Mrs. Ralston secured
a' dlvorco from A. Ralston. She was
formerly Mrs. George Tyson.
Mrs. nalston, and James Concty, the
man who farms her land, had left at 0
o'clock by auto or Benson, having se
curely locked the doors and. fastened
the windows, Bunn Was found Jylng on
the bed in a bedroom fully dressed ex
cept for his' overcoat and hat, which he
had placed on a chair, ills hands were
folded across his breast. The strychnine
bottle kvood on it- stand.
Some mystery oxUts as to how he en
tefed' the house Btunley Haines,' who
also wprked for Mrs. Ralston, returning
from a' woJC hunt, Went to tho. houso to
get his overcoat shortly after' noon and
had tp take off the storm door and pry
tho Inner door open to get In, when ho
found tho body,
A. sealed letter was found lying by
the body addressed to Mrs. Ralston. This
was opened by Coroner Pierce and Mrs.
Ralston, but they refused to dlscloue the
Mrs. Ralston and Conety were sum
moned by phone from, Benson and re
turned this afternoon boforo Coroner
Pierce left with tho body, which was
brought to the Bunn home tonight.
RUBE PETERS SIGNS TO
PITCH FOR K. C. FEDS
CHICAGO. Feb., 5. Rube Peters,
former member of tho Chicago Ameri
cans, signed a contract today to pitch
for the Kansas City Federal league ball
team. Peters was sold to Omaha. After
a tryout with Omaha, he went to the
SARGENT. Neb., Feb. S,-(Speclal.)-
James Douglas, who for several years
has enjoyed the distinction of being the
oldest man In Sargent, passed away at
his homo while apparently asleep, with
out any warning. Last September when
he waa celebrating the event of his nine
tieth birthday he danced for the amuse
ment of tho party, and always has been
a very active man for his age. He was
born In Washaw, Scotland. In 182J.
Custer county has been his home since
1SS4. He leaves a wife and six children.
Interment was made In the West Union
Ami B. Todd.
PL-VTTSMOOTH. Neb., Feb. l.-(Spe-claU
Ami B. Todd, aged 71 years, died
In Denver Friday night. The body ar
rived here this morning and was taken
to the home of D. O. Dwyer. Mrs. Dwyer
being a step-daughter. The funeral serv
ices were conducted in the First Metho
dist Episcopal church this afternoon by
Rev. F. M. Drullner, the pastor of the
church, and ' Interment was In Oak Hill
cemetery. Hit widow survives him. Mr,
Todd and wife re'slded In this city for
many years and he was a Cass county
commissioner for a number of years.
Her. Cbarics nntus Brown.
NEWTON, Mass., Feb. J.-Rev. Charles
Rufus Brown, for twenty-eight years
professor of Utbrew at the Newton
Theological Institution, died here today,
aged 6S years. Prof. Brown, was gradu
ated from the United States naval acad
emy In, ISO and remained In the navy
until JSIt, when he resigned to take up
'j ' gljii .
SHARP FIGHTIBG IN HAITI
Battle is Raging Between Rival
Factions at Qonaives.
ASKS WITHDRAWAL OF MARINES
Cltlsena of Port Au Prlnco Say the
' I'resrnc of Foreign Forces In
tho Capital Is No Longer
TPORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, Fob. 2.
Sharp fighting has occurred at Gonalves
between tho followers of the Jwo rival
revolutionary loaders, Senator Danllmar
Thoodoro und General Oreato Zamor,
formerly government delegate at Haltlen.
Only the most meager details wore ob
tainable today concerning tho battle.
These came from tho crews of tho
Haltlen naval vessels which were lying
at anchor in the roadstead of Gonalves,
but which left soon as tho firing started.
Tho war craft arrived hero today and
their officers assert that they saw flames
rising over a vast areo. giving reason for
tho belief that the city of Gonalves had
been set on fire.
The German cruiser Vlneta left Im
mediately for Gonalves to investigate.
Senator Theodore, who announced sev
eral days ago that ho would take supremo
command of tho rebels, was understood
to bo marching with his followers on tho
capital. His rival, General Zamor, was
reported to havo left Gonalves ror tha
sumo destination at tho head of revolu
Demand nenioyal of Marines.
A demand for the withdrawal from tho
Haltlen capital of tho German and Ameri
can bluejackets and marines was pre
sented .today to tho members bf the for
eign diplomatic corps by the citizens' com
mltteo of publlo safety.
Tho committee which was formed,' after'
the flight of the president of the republic, '
points out that perfect tranquility has
prevailed for somo tlmo In tho capital
and that, therefore, there Is no neces
sity for the further presence of foreign
Tho port authorities forbade the land
ing of a party of sixteen prominent ex
iles who arrived here yesterday on board
tho German steamer Sardinia. Among
them wero Gebrera General Horelle Mon
plalzlr, former minister of war, and H.
Pauleus Sannon, former Haltlen minister
at Washington. The Sardinia left later
for 'Jamaica with the exiles still on board.
Reports from the south indicate serious
d'sturbances there. Firing squads bf gov
ernment troops havo executed a number
of leading revolutionaries at the ports of
Aux Cayes and Aquln. Among thoso
killed was M. Lavleux, a former doputy
and a prominent politician. General Dar-
tlgue, tho military governor of the south
ern province. Is acting with vigor and
suppressing with a strong hand all at
tempts at a revolutionary outbreak.
Haslett Found Insaao.
CLAY CENTER. Neb., Feb. 2.-(8po-cla!.)
J, H, Hazlett of Edgar was this
morning found to be Insano by the board
of insanity and tordered. committed to the
hospital at Ingleslde. He Is 7S years "of
age and has boen a resident of Clay
coutity forty years. Ho has held several
positions of honor In the county, being
at ono tlmo a member of the Board of
Supervisors and at present a member of
tho Soldiers' Relief commission.
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SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. Feb. 2.-Flnan-clat
and commercial supremacy, geo
graphical location and the weight of
population were Urged today on Secretary
McAdoo of tho Treasury department and
Secretary Houston Of tho Department of
Agriculture as decisive reasons why San
Francisco should bo the tlto of the ro-j
plonal roservo bank to be- established on,
the Pacific coast under the new currency
Robert Newton Lynch, manager of tho
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce was
tho chief witness. His boundaries of the
territory tributary to San Francisco
financially and commercially would in
clude Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Calif
ornia, Nevada, Arizona nnd parts of Utah
and New Mexico, supporting a popula
tion of approximately 5,000,000.
San Francisco was classed by the tire
Insurance .companies, nearly all of which
made their Pacific coast headquarters
here, as ono of tho three metropolitan
centers of the country, Lynch said. The
other two were New York nnd Chicago.
The, fVuit and vegetable products ex
1'bTted from California were estimated as
worth $3S,BQ0,0QO, for 1913 and the total
agrlculturo product of the stato for tho
same year, was given as 10,000.000. Fifty
per cent of all business done in tho eight
states which Mr. Lynch counted tribu
tary to San Francisco was handled, ho
estimated, through this city,
AGED MAN DIES SOON
AFTER MARRYING NURSE
.NEW YORK. Feb. 2. Charles Wardwell
Schofleld, onco a prominent railroad
builder, 78 years old, waa, married )n
Brooklyn today to Miss Jean W. Ftz
slminons, oged 28. a trained nurse. Within
three -hours he was dead of pneumonia.
Ho realized that death was upon him
and las1a that tho ceremony bo per
formed. Mr. Bchoflcld was born In Stamford,
Conn. Ho-buljt tho 'Bingham canyonj rail
road In Utah, now a part of the Denver
& "Rio Grande and olher roads in tho west
nnd south. Soveral years ago he retired
from actlva business. His first wife,
LllUan E. Schofleld, died In' Los Angeles
In December, 1812. and a suit over her
estate was settled only a month ago by
a decision of the California court, which
divided It equally between the husband
and tho other relatives.
bf lato Mr. Bchoflcld had been living
at tho St. George hotel, Brooklyn, where
the wedding took place.
ST. LOUIS PLANS BIG
PLAY AND PAGEANT
NEW YORK. Feb. 2, Announcement Is
mado here today that Percy Maokaye,
Joseph Linden Smith, Frederick 8. Con
verce and Dr. Thomas Wood Stevens,
head of the dramatic school at the Car
negie Institute, Pittsburgh, are to produce
for the city of St. Louts a drama In which
6.600 actors wilt take part, tho largest
yet staged in America.
Tho drama will be entitled, "The Pa
geant and the Masquo of Saint Louis."'
It will be given the last week In May in
a natural ampltheater In Forest park to
Drs. Maeh & Mack
The largest and best equipped dental
office In Omaha. Experts In charge of
all work, moderate price. Porcelain
fillings Just Ilka the tooth. AU Instru
ments sterilised after using.,
id Hoo? Futon Block, Omsk a, Wsa,
BEE WANT ADS
celebrate the ono hundred and fiftieth
anniversary of tho founding of St. Louis.
Tho material to bo used will Include
the ceremonies of the mound builders,
tho wanderings of the Indian tribes, tho
coming of tho Spaniards and the, "French,
to bo followed by tho early struggles'" pf
the British and Indians and tha herola
journeys of the Lewis and Clark and
Daniel Boone pioneers.
fully. Overcome In the Tissues
by a Searching Remedy
If you aro down with rheumatism;
If you sneeze, feel chilled, are choked'
-with catarrh, have a cough. Or your
skin Is pimpled and Irritated with,
rash, eczema, or any other blood dis
order Just remember that all the liter
of life come from impure blood. And
you can easily give your blood a good'
thorough cleansing, a bath by using
S. S. S. There Is no need for anyono
to bo despondent over the illness oC
blood impurities. No matter how
badly they attack the system, or how
unsightly becomes the skin, Ju,st re
member thero Is one Ingredient In.
S. S. 8. that so stimulates the cellular
tissues throughout the body that each,
part selects Its own essential nutri
ment from the blood.
This means that all decay, alt
breaking1 down of tho 'tissues, Ib
checked and repair work begins. ,
S. 8. S. has such a speclflo Influehco,
on all local cells as to preserve 'theirs
mutual -welfare and afford a .propel
relative assistance to each- other
More attcnlon la being given to',
scientific medicine than ever before
and 8. 8. 8. Is the highest achleve
tnent la this line. Far rainy ittn rofio.
relied npoa Mercury, .JLwllde 6 roUsU; Ars-tltc.-.'
"fnj-lcs," cithsrtics end "Dope"' as remedies",
for, blood sickness, but now the pure TegeUble'j;
0. 8. 8. Is their ssf-s-jard. ,. , l
You esa art B. S. 8. In, ur aram-tnr L,.liWS
jlmUtiipon hsTlog it. And yon should 4tke noj.
nbaMute'. Ana If ymr MMxeoiuhon'lk
seen tht jtra would like to commit a specialist
freeir, dar-s u-dicsi ,uept. The swift .SicUia
Co., 30l Bffllt UM., AtlwU, Uai I ... r.-
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