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TOPEIIA STATE JOURNAL SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 16, 1901.
15 !l 'fa Sill NEW CEAWTOED THEATER fas 8:00 tonight. 8:00 Blanche Walsh "MORE THAN QUEEN" Prices $1.5. $i.no. 73c. 5:c. 25c Mr.tiuee ic, 75o, $1.00. Thursday, March 21. He cause She Hoved Him So Prices 25c, 5jC. 75c and Sl.uO. Horses Called For sod Delivered. AH Work Guarateed First-Class. SUCCESSOR TO D. M. DUGGAN. 506 Quincy Street, TOPEKA. Special attention given to Diseases of the Feet. Plicns 595 FRED RE1NKE, Foreman. k2 Moth, ran.liTrersTxicsand all pib-- V memory ii:eolorntions arecem I ; T.Ie-eiy iiaovwl by my sjeeial Ji lex :n rn2en? 1 rkarani brieht. full information with book free. DrrRHATOLOGiST WOODBLRY 1&3 State SCcorvlonroe, Chicago "T p. Into editor's wife is something" of a KuTTirisr." "Yr-?; tn"k a line from his orieinal valu ta t- ry amJ phiociJ it on his tombstone." VVh,it VV:uS it?" "We are her to say." Atlanta Consti tution." Thfr? 1 a report that Wu -wants to borrow $M,iH.)'t.tio0 in America. So do we an-i we were here first. Minneapolis Journal. Strikes a Rich Find. "I was trnjblrtl fnr several ypn.r with cV.rotnc indif.-'Tion and p.-tvuis 'IfbHity." vriies F. J. Oreri of Itn -a.-Ter X. H. 'V.) r nu'iiv h-lp.-'i me msiil I b iran u.u; J.rff'tri" 1 inters, whirh OiA me nme frooU Ti:j:t ! 1 thi? niPiilrirv I evfr lT-'efl. Thev 3 ive ;iNo kfp: my wife in excel!, nt healrh ir yi:nr. J?h says Kleiriric Hitters are jsisi j,i,.n(jf,i for female tri-ubts ; that tii ' arp a rand toi,ic nd im-icrator f-r TM'ak, run 0(-v,-n W'r,Vii. No other rnodi cire Ti?i take its p'aee in our faniilv." Ivy them. inly 5"C. Sriti.-faciion g-uhr-fi ted by A. J. Arnoirl & Son's drug Ffjre. tCl North Kansas avenue. crth Its Weight in Oold" ITOXBSS. I. T PR. RAT? WAT CO.. Xw York Oen-t'-mn: I st-nil iji.:l..s-d M. O.. for which y-m wtt! pt'iw ptMiil ne ut.e d xen Raci v a s K-Luiy Jl?Iief aini one iloen Raii wuv's l':hs. Yonr R-'ii'iy Keiit-i 13 cn--re.! hernbouts to lie wrth its weieht I-i sr'-M. This is why I am induced 10 1. iii.il- It. 1 have luu'ille.l oil for i- -me time, but I consider the R. R. R. fir sur-rlor 10 this, as it irive bec;er eaiisfiiciion. J. il. ALEXANDiK. j .i"r pi ii.i .11 i. tip -w.--- inmjM. v i 1 M i t 1 f Li I "Hndwov's "Re.f-y Relief cures TTaiinche. T- tiiaehe. Neura.gia. p.heum-itism, Lum arid iiti'tiness in the b;tet -e or kidneys, p;,ins around the liver, r -uriy. sweiimp- i f the joints and pains ; .T nd kinds, the ajipircatioii of Rudway's '..f.is!y Ke'ief wdi i.tYord imme.vate ease 1- m its continued use for a few days ef J''is a permanent cure. Sold by Uruf- 6 1 t ii. ii SURE TO GET RAD WAY'S. li I -A I. '$h ' 'if.'"' Pi i i li i NX 1 JAKjJyj Wednesday, March 3 a. "Way Down East Prices: 60c, 75c, 81-00, $1.50. March 22, 23 Saturday Matinee. Jossey Stock Co. Prices 10c. 2oc. 30c. Ladies free opening night THE DOLLAR SPEAKS. American Asiatic Association Trotest8 Against Doings in China. New York, March 16. The executive committee of the American Asiatic as SLH?iation has transmitted to President McKinley the protest of the American Asiatic association of Shanghai against the Russo-Chinese arreement received some time ago. The committee accom panies the protest with resolutions, which are, according to the preamble, formed "on the authoritative announce ment that there is in process of nego tiation and already tin the point of rati fication a convention between Russia and China providing for the military and administrative eo-ntroi of Uanchuria. by the former power." The resolutions are as follows: "Be it resolved. That this committee grive its emphatic endorsement to the protest of the American association of China apainst the pending Russo-Cni-nese agreement, as a blow aimed directly at the integrity of the Chinese empire and at the present and prospective in terests of American trade which depend on maintaining equality of commercial opportunity in the greatest undeveloped market of the world; also "Resolved, That aji immediate and vigorous protest on the part of the gov ernment of the X'nited States against the establishment of a Russian protec torate over Manchuria is the more nec essary because if allowed n-iw to pass unchallenged it must inevitably become permanent and thus lead to the terri torial dismemberment of the Chinese empire, and no further ptep of that pro cess could be consistently opposed if consent be, openly or tacitly given to this one. 31RS. RICHARDSON'S BOND. Court Fixes It at $20,000 Which She Will Give. X St. Joseph, Mo., March IS. Mrs. Addie L. Richardson was in court today to an swer to the charge of murder in the first degree, an indictment having been re turned against her by the grand jury of Andrews, county, sitting at Savannah. Sha was smiling and appeared much bet ter physically than at any time since she was charged with killing her husband, Frank Ij. Richardson, the millionaire merchant, by the coroner's jtiiy. She had been informed by her attorneys that the court would admit her to bail, not withstanding the indictment was for murder in the first degree. Judge A. D. Hums called the defendant before him and heard her plea of not guilty, which was uttered in a strong voice. Mrs. Richardson was released on $20. 000 bond to be signed by John D. Rich ardson of Chicago and others. She is released under a new law making mur der in the first degree bailable. The for mer bond holds until the new bond is signed. BOM SHOT HIM. Paris, March 16. 4:52 p. m. In the duel fought today between Count Boni da Castellane and M. de Rodays, the lat ter was wounded in the thigh. SUSPENDED FORTS'.- Members of New York Produce Ex change Fail to Pay Assessment. New York, March 16. The board of managers of the New York produce ex change has suspended about 40 members of the exchange for non-payment of ex tra gratuity fund assessments. The list 1 of members suspended includes some of the oldest members on the floor of the i exchange. Their suspension was due to 1 a refusal to pay the assessments on the ground that the managers had no righr to impose them, pending the decision of the courts as to the legality of an amendment to the exchange rule ly which the former limit of &o assessments a year can be exceeded. At the executive offices of the ex change a list of members suspended wfs refused on the ground that some of them may wish to pay and be reinstated be fore the expiration of the two weeks al lowed previous to the posting of tna names. Miners in aStrika. "Williamson, W. Va March 16. All the miners in Lick Fork and Logan mines are out in strike. Down here we sing of jocund spring When comes the bluebird's warning; But at the Pole they simply sav. "Hear that? It's almost morning " Indianapolis Press. iORE THAI QUEEN Miss Walsh Appears ia Topeka as Empress Josephine. Elaborate Production of an In teresting Play. Miss Blanche Walsh, queenly and im posirg as "Josephine," Empress of the French, with splendor enough for a real court instead of a play one, sustained the interest of the audience in the live acts and prologue of "More Then Queen" at the Crawford last night in a manner which explains the reason for Miss Walsh being at the head of a company and not sharing the honors as star. Miss Walsh has been seen in Topeka before in Sardou's plays. She is known for her portrayal of such characters as "La Tosca." She is expected to have Bome part full of love and passion and she finds it in the part of "Josephine Bonaparte." the wife of the little cor poral. Miss Walsh makes the most of the character but she is competent to and has enacted roles much heavier. However, the story of the meeting of "Josephine de Beauharnais" and "Na poleon," in the prologue, and the subse quent story of their lives lias been ratn er pleasingly dramatized and with thoi two characters in competent hands the audience sees much of dramatic inter est to appreciate and enjoy. The story commences in the prologue with the meeting of "Josephine" and Napoleon" in the garden of the Palais Royal four years before "Napoleon's" return from Egypt, lie is then known. bcause of his first military achieve ments. Josephine, the Creole, widowed viscountess, impoverished like so many of her country people by the situation in France, is selling coffee from her on plantation. There are few buyers. She meets her future husband by chance without Introduction. "Napoleon," much - w 1 BLANCHE WALSH. taken with "Josephine's" beauty, te'ls her "f his life and how "in Corsica the Fhepherds read our fortunes in the stars," and Josephine, little thinking vhai Is in store for her, tells how "in Martinique a slave read my fortune in the cards" and that prophecy, to come so true in after years, was that she should marry and be blessed with two htldren and then marry again and be more than queen and that then all would be dark. And Napoleon, hoping for the prop.iecy of the shepherds while Jose phine shudders at the thought of her prophesied future, tells of his hopes and xelaims I have my star. It shapes my course and guides me to the end." The play following tells of the jealousy nd caprices of Napoleon and his wife. FOOD AND WISDOM. Brain Workers Learn the Secret. Ambitious students who study hard and try their best to gain an education, frequently give down under the pressure and are greatly disappointed when they nd they cannot carry out the cherished esire of their life. This result is nearly always caused by the lack of the right kind of food to make up the waste caused by excessive brain work. . The average student does not know ow to select the right kind of food, but food expert has been at work and has produced a food especially intended to nourish and rebuild the brain and the nerve centers throughout the body. This food is known as Grape-Nuts. A student, Rosa Scott, of Kenoma.Mo., says, "I was very ambitious to succeed at school, and started under favorable circumstances with good health and used what is generally supposed to be good, substantial articles of food, such as meat, vegetables, etc. I worked hard and soon became trou bled with distress in my stomach. I noticed a confusion of thought and in ability to memorize. I found it almost impossible to study in the condition I was in, and resorted to medicine, but that did not relieve me of my suffering, and I seemed to grow worse. I was in despair until one day a friend, who had passed through a similar experience, told me to stop using medicine, and in place of ordinary food use Grape-Nuts Food. He said it contained certain ele ments necesasry to rebuild the worn out tissues of both body and brain, and pos itively assured me that if I would use the food, I would get well and be able to go on with my work. t It seemed too good to be true and I at once began the use of Grape Nuts Food, with an egg for breakfast. For the mid day meal I used four heaping teaspoon fuls with some cream or miik and noth ing else. Then for the evening meal I used Grape-Nuts and fruit. Right from the beginning, my sufferings were not so great, and gradually my strength re turned, and I could see that my brain was regaining its former activity. These favorable symptoms continued until 1 was entirely relieved from my trouble, and am now strorger than I ever was before. Can studv ten or twelve hours a day with results that I feel are a credit to myself. I would like to have students all over the world know of the powerful proper ties contained in Grape-Nuts Food as compared with any ordinary diet.'' This sort of experience troches plain ly the fact that there is everything in the selection of food if one desires to work hard and make a success in this world. There is probably no food known that is as perfect for the rebuilding of the body and brain as Grape-Nuts. mi) 1 so unhappy although she has Europ-? as a carpet at her feet. Willam Humphrey as "Napoleon" may be somewhat talier than the Corsioan but he curriea the part in an admirable manner. The burden of ;he play falla upon him and Miss Walsh and they are equal to the task.' In tne residence, when Napoleon returns from Egyot and finds his wife ready to at tend a masquerade ball as "Cleopatra," the audience sees Miss Walsh in the first of her series of magnificent costumes and in the first of the series of scenes -of different emotions. It may be that Miss Walsh's voice has become a little harsh since she was here before but that fact, if true, does not mar her portrayal of the part. The play depends largely upon the scenery and suffered because but a small part could be gotten on the small stage. The coronation scene, th? most elaborate of all, is used and makes a beautiful series of tableaus. In the last act, when "Josephine" signs the di vorce. Miss Walsh' receives the applause of the audience even after the curtaiu ia rung down for the last time. The gowns worn by Miss Walsh are copied from those worn in the original French production. They are heavy. The costume she wears in the coronalion scene weighs over 100 pounds. One of the members of the company is "Polar Bear." the little white dog which takes the part of "Fortune." When asked it she liked the part of "Josephine" as well as those in "La Tosca," "Fedora" and other plays she has had in the pa&t, she said. "Well, Sardou is certainly the master playwright but Josephine is a sweet character and I have tried to study deep into the- part." Miss Walsh occupies the star's dressing room, thj same which quartered tlnl six feet one of James K. Hackett the night before. Miss Walsh looked at the low ceiling and remarked "Jim must have looked pretty tall in here." Next season Miss Walsh will appear in "Joan of the Sword Hand." by Crockett, and drama tized by Janet dilder. The company will repeat "More Than Queen" at the Crawford tonight. The curtain will rise promptly at 8 o'clock. SNAP SHOTS AT HOME NEWS "More than Queen" will be at the Crawford tonight. The Methodist conference in this city will close Monday. R. S. Williams, of this1 city, is now ia charge of the Y. M. C. A. work at Ot tawa. LePalais Toilet C6., 113 W. 10th St , guaranteed to remove superfluous hair permanently. The women are taking a great inter est in the election this spring. The reg istration shows that. The high school girls basket ball team will play in Lawrence this evening against the Indian girls. Charles Graves, formerly clerk at the Copeland hotel, and now of Oklahoma City, is here visiting friends. The Van Buren street industrial school has donated some nicely made clothing to the Topeka Orphans' home. Marshall's band and the Modocs will take part in the opening of the Strong City opera house, April 19 and 20. The W. C. T. XI. will meet at the home of Mrs. E. ' D. Bunker. 510 West Sixth avenue, Monday, at 3 o'clock. Bishop John AT. Walden, who has been attending the Methodist conference in this city, went to Baldwin yesterday. The date of the appearance of the Hi Henry minstrels at the Grand has been changed from Wednesday to Tuesday night. i .' , , The Ministerial union will meet at the Y. M. C. A. parlors on Monday morn ing. Rev. Hal F. Smith will read a paper. Several Topeka people are In Kaasan City today to attend the performance of Francis Wilson in the ."Monks of Mala bar." Owing to the long performances at the opera house the past two evenings, the street cars have run. until after midnight- , 1 Geo. M. Noble & Co., wdsh to call your attention to their announcement on the first page of the supplement of todays Journal. The Fortnightly club meets this even ing in the law office of Larimer & Car ver. J. D. McFarland tells of the "Fu ture of China." The Orphans' home board will meet at the home of the president, Mrs. J. P. Howe. l:il0 West Sixth, avenue, at 3 o'clock Monday. Twenty Junction City teachers had a two days' holiday the last of this week and spent them in Topeka visiting the city schools. Mrs. Annie L. Eiggs will lecture in the First Baptist church, Kansas City, on Sunday afternoon, on "Clinching Carrie Nation's Work." The police have two rings and three w;atch chains which were picked up on South Van Buren street. The owner can have them by identifying. Lieut. Governor Endicott, of Illinois, will address the Modern Woodmen at the Auditorium -Monday. There will be a banquet at the Throop hotel. Mrs. Isabelle French, who was di vorced from her husband, J. B. French, two years ago, will be married in June to a wealthy resident of Chicago. J. rt. Chambers, day clerk at the Throop, has resigned and will take a po sition with the Kansas City Tontine In vestment company. He will be located in Topeka. The Holllday Monument association did not have a meeting yesterday after noon on account of a lack of attendance. The meeting was adjourned subject to the tall of the chairman. The Modern 'Woodmen will hold a meeting in the Auditorium Monday night which will be addressed by Head Consul Northcott. Mr. Northcott is lieu tenant governor of Illinois. Judge Magaw will decide all the joint cases now under advisement Monday. There are 30 of the cases. The case against Frank Christ was dismissed yesterday on account of lack of evi dence. F. E. Mallory, of the Third Christian church. Third and Lake streetts, will take for his subject for the morning sei mon tomorrow, "The Keys of the King dom." and for the evening subject,"Mai riage and Divorce." The Central church will hold services In its own building tomorrow as the re pairs are finished. The pastor, Charits M. Sheldon, will preach instead of Bisn op Walden, who is not able to remain for the appointment. State Mine Inspector Keegan has rec ommended to the governor for his three deputies: Francis Fern, of Cherokee, Crawford district; John Edwards, of Burlingame, Osage district; P. J. Braid wood, Leavenworth; Leavenworth dis trict. State Auditor Cole held up the pay ment of the claim of $1,500 to Joe Cox. of Lawrence, "for balance due on state house contract." This claim was paid in full four years ago. The grab this time was really for interest on the last payment because the warrants were carried for a time while there was no money in the treasury to pay. Land Agent Healthy? Why, man, there has not been a sick person out here for years! Prospective Purchaser Indeed! Well, it would hardly suit a Benedict. How could a fellow ever say he had been sit ting up with a sick friend? Philadel phia Record. The man or woman with an irritable temper, restless, ;fidgety movements, fail ing memory and lack of concentration is suffering from crippled nerves. " The lines of care, the palid cheeks, the wasting flesh, the dark circles under the eyes tell all too plainly of the worry, the pain, the loss of sleep and disturbed digestion, that break down the nervous forces and consume the vital power. For quick and sure relief nothing equals It relieves the pain, quiets the irritation, strengthens the overtaxed and weak digestion and feeds tlje worn-out brain and the wasted nerves. Try a bottle to-day. Sold by all druggists oa a guarantee. Dr. Miles Medical Co., ETfrfiart, BRIEF TELEGRAMS. Chicago, March 16. Oliver Hammond, a capitalist dropped dead suddenly in the Rookery building yesterday after noon. Mr. Hammond was largely in terested in the Chicago grain and New York stocks. 1 San Francisco. Cal.. March 16. The transport Indiana has sailed for Manila. She has on board the Twenty-eighth in fantry. Major Richard T. Yeatman, Twenty-second infantry, cctmmanding, and company D, Tenth infantry, Lieut. c JN. Jones commanding. San Francisco, Cal., Mareh 16. The squadron of the Fifth cavalry has ar rived from Fort Myer, Va. They will pail for Manila on the transport Meade today. The squadron is made up of troops J, K, L and M, in command of Col. W. A. Rafferty. Tacoma, Wash., March 16. In the United States court Judge Ellinger granted the defendant's motion for a non-suit in the case brought by S. A. Gibbs against the Washington Red Cedar -Manufacturing company to re cover damages under the anti -trust law, claiming the association had damaged his business by combining to fix prices and curtail output. Canton, O., March 16. Judge George O. Baldwin, of Ca.nton, a life-long friend of the president, has received word from Washington that the president intends to appoint hii.i consul at Nuremburg. Tacoma, Wash., March 16. In the su perior court Judge Snell decided the state law making eight hours a day's work for all men employed on public works applied only to men employed by the day, and not to men working by the month or year. ! Montreal, Que., March 16 During a fire in the wholesale drug house of Leeming, Miles & Co., opposite Notre Dame Cathedral today the roof forced out the walls. One fireman was killed. The loss will be heavy. St. Louis, Mo., March 16 Andrew Car negie has offered to donate Jl, 000,000 for the building of a new public library in St. Louis. The offer is similar to many others which Mr. Carnegie has made to cities through the United States and abroad. London, March 16. Lord Salisbury, that he may take exercise in London, has obtained King Edward's permission to ride the bicycle in the grounds of Buckingham palace, which he is doing this week. Every morning he goes along the public thoroughfare from his resi dence in Arlington street to the palace. The premier is unattended save by his daughter. Lady Gwendoline Cecil, who also rides the wheel. London, March 16. The Daily Mail re ports an enormous increase in the. num ber of desertions at Aldershot especially from the cavalry. He attributes this condition of things to the inadequacy of pay and resentment in view of the fact that the yeomanry- gets five shillings per day and the cavalry one shilling. Chicago, March 16. George W. Per kins, conservative, has been elected president of the Cigarmakers' Interna tional union. The vote was: Perkins, 14.0:17; J. Mi Barnes. 5,596; Michael Rap hael, 1,574; H. H. Acton, 6SS. The latter three candidates are socialists. Pan Francisco, Cal., March 16. The representative of the Chicago Com mercial club arrived here last night in a special train from southern California, The party will be banqueted tonight by the commercial bodies of this city. Cleveland, O., March 16. The dry goods firm of Gavigan.Parmloe & White ly was placed in the hands of a receiven today. The firm has debts aggregating about $100,000 and claims to nave assets that will meet its obligations. St. Joseph, Mo., March 16. The city council has accepted the offer of Andrew Carnegie, giving $25,000 to South St. Joseph for a library and Light school, providing teachers and a librarian and assistant were supplied by the city. Salt Lake, Utah, March 16. In the senate the governor's 'eto of the Evans bill was called up and on motion as to whether the bill should be passed, not withstanding the veto, the vote was 9 to 9. The bill originally passed by a vote of 11 to 7 and 12 votes were required to pass the bill over the governor's veto. Salt Lake, Utah, March 16. There were filed for record here today a war ranty deed for $1,000,000 from Royal C. Peabody and wife of Brooklyn, N. Y., to the Utah Fuel company, conveying 400 acres of land at Sunny side, Utah, with mining apparatus and coking plant; also a trust deed from the Utah Fuel corn pan r and the Pleasant Valley company to the Morton Trust company of New York for $1,000,000 covering 7,764 acres of coai land in this, Carbon, and adjoining counties. St. Petersburg, March 16. Bogalpoff, minister of public instruction, who, while holding a reception February 27, was shot by Peter Keperovick, formerly a student at the University of Moscow, died of his wound. For a Child who is "not doing well" the condition occurs now and then with all children. Scott's emulsion of cod-liver oil is a food that begins to build you up at once Gf course, it don't show at once. "Not doing well" means that the child is not getting the good of his food. Not loday, or this week; if may have been going on for a month; before it begins to show in the child's condition. You want him to get back to turning his usual food into strength. You want the food that begins to build, up at ona I., I K- "1 miilj 'J I lIlllll'J """' s5 si IN A SUIT OF I will make free of charge Any $15.00 Suit in my store to the person guessing; the nearest the majority of the next Mayor of Topeka. Send or bring in your guess. Parker's majority will be. Hughes' majority will be. Name. Address- Up-to-Date Tailor. P. S. All guesses must bo In i TOO 0 UR LINE OF CARPENTERS' TOOLS During' the coming season will be kept tip to the liis-h standard of the past. Numbers of the best contractors and builders of Topeka are now using tools sold and guaranteed hy us. CHANEY & MORTON, 623 Kansas Avenue. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON YOUR PRINTING- CAZ.E. US DP. TELBPHONE No. . W. VL GAVITT FnhTTi::G S PUCLISSimG CO., 601-603 S. TourUi Street, 400-402-484 Ai&s Street, 1 1 TCITrA, General Strike in Pittsburg. Pittsburg, March 16. Unless the con tractors discharge all non-union paper hangers and decorators at once there will likely be a general strike of the al lied building trades in Pittsburg and Allegheny on Monday. The paper hang ers and fresco painters struck on March 1 for an advance in wages and their places were filled by non-union men. The edict has now gone forth that no union men wiH be permitted to work on any building or in any shop with non union workmen after today. The trades interested are carpenters, plasterers, steam and gas fitters, electricians, mar ble workers, . painters, tile setters and structural iron workers. Remarkable Cures of Rheumatism. From the Vindieator.Rutherforilton.N.C. The editor of the Vindicator has had oc casion to test the efficacy of Chamberlain's Pain Balm twice with the most remark able results in each case. First, with rheumatism in the shoulder, from which he suffered excruciating pain for ten tin vs. which was reliever! with two applications of Pain Balm, rubbing the parts afflicted and realizing instant benefit and entire relief in a very short time. Second, in rheumatism in thigh joint, almost pros trating him with severe pain, which was relieved by two applications. rnbb:ng with the liniment on retiring at night, and get ting up free from pain. For sale by all druggists. Read the State Journal. A Good Cough Medicine For Children "I have no hesitancy in recommending Chamberlain's Cough Remedy." says F. P. Moran. a well known and popular baker of Petersburg. Va. "We have given it to our children when troubled with bad coughs, also whooping cough, and It ha.-? always given perfect satisfaction. It was recommended to me by a druggist as the best cough medicine for chiMren, as it contained no opium or other harmful drug." Sold by all druggists. I. ..-,t,i-iHir 7ii V-t c rf wnnrfer rtnrl to the young: mother. Happy and easy will she be if some kind friend tells her of the marvels of relief to be obtained by the use of There is nothing in the world like this simple liniment, used externally- It relaxes all strains -i ;,--Qr.c;Ar.c crtnthinor TifnrTnrhf5 and rierv Ctlllt UlOltiWViu, huviii.iiij, ousness,as well as relieving "morning Of DrunrMsMSl, OTMntbyeTpreKIMidonreceiptofririce. Wrttefo ti Mothers, free. The BnMMiili' irulntor H.,tlU,fc. i ustrated DoOK containing t--i,tii::oim.i, - v.i, ... Mothers, tree, loe jsrat"i' . 55MliatSSJHItSi ..SSI SSIllIiSlSl'If I.f .Iff s , J "LaGrippe left me with chronic bron chitis, indigestion, constipation, shortness of breath and general nervous prostration. I could not sleep at night and was rest less, nervous, irritable and low spirited during the day. I tried many remedies, but with no sign of improvement until, I began taking Dr. Miles' Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills. In a few weeks I was cured." Mrs. P. L. Dutcher, 4303 Erskine St., Omaha, Neb. 5 f nj?1 ) f CLOTH ES FREE WOLFF 429 Kansas Avenue. by Saturday evening, March 30th. 1 6 8 Half Fare to Buffalo. "Buffalo. N. Y., March 16. The officials of the national saengerfest which is to be held in this city this year ai.noum-es that the Central Passenger association, controlling a portion of the territory eat of the Mississippi river had agreed tr make the fare during the week of th festival June 2.T to July 2, Inclusive, one half of the regular fare. The ofHoijiU confidently expect the other passenger assix'iation to adopt; the same rates and anticipates that this will brini' iji),fi-) more visitors than the rate of a fare and a third previously announced.. Eomeseekers' Excursion via Santa Fs Route.. On Tuesday, March 19, will sell tickets to points in Arkansas. , Arizona, Indian Territory. Louisiana, New Mcxiou, Okla homa and Texas at rate of one fare plus $2.00 for the round trip. Ticket good for stop-over on going trip; ji days' 1-rial limit See agent A. T. & S. F. for par ticulars. Like Oliver Twist, children ask for mora when given One Minute Couth Cui . Mothers endorse it highly for croon. ft quickly cures all coughs ami c.ol'U nnd every throat and lung trouble. it a specific for grippe ami asthma aril h-i long been a well known remedy for whooping cough. An important duty of every voter whT is not registered ia to call at the oflice of commissioner of elections ut once Only six more days remain for regis tration. All those who have not reg istered since January 1, must do so bs fore the books close March i'2, or they will be unable to vote. No matter how long you have Vial the cough; if it hasn't already developed in to consumption Dr. Wood's Norway Pirns Syrup will cure it. worriment . sickness. '- ........ . ... ; ri 1 1 I 8