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FOR EAGLE READERS. t i News, from All Parts of the World Carefully Selected from the Press Telegrams. A Weekly Digest of the Most Important Facts and Happenings for Busy Readers. The body at Clmrlet Hw.lg, who left at Mlnot, N. 1)., n written confession of murder committed near YnutiRHtown, Ohio, longer than thirty yearn nj:o, was found by n pnxso of spnrchers suspended from a troo In a secluded ravlno just over the lino hi the unorganised county of WiiiLice. rinncil to his lirenst was a pleco of wrapping paper mi which was written the following: "My mime Is Charles Ilcivtlg. liver thirty jenrs ogo I murdered mid ntt.iehed a young girl named Lizzie 1!. (Imiiih.-ichor near Youngstown, Ohio. Charles Sterling, nu Innocent man, was tried, convicted and hanged for the murder of this girl. If my body Is ever found notify my moth er, Catherine Ilcrzlg, at (llrard, Ohio." Around his neck was u shred of green veiling. It N rec.i lied hy a former Youngstown man In Mlnot Unit I.izzlo (Sronibnclicr uore such a veil when iniir dered nud that part of It was used to wtrunglo her. The piece found about llcrzig's neck Is supposed to be the re mainder of the veil, as he showed such a picco to n fellow ranchman mimed Ol non, to whom he told the story of hit crime. Olson recalled the details of Her zIr'm confession. At the time it was mudo ho thought Ilcrzlg was demented. Herslg Raid that after committing tha murder mid exchanging shirt with Ster ling ho went to Warren, Ohio, whern he was employed ns a gardener by n law yer named HatlllT. After Sterling's ar rest nud trial ho fled to Mesopotamia, Ohio, where he remained In hiding until ho cvo of Sterling's execution, when ho stole a horse and weut West. Ho settled at Tcllurlde, Colo., where ha mar ried. Ohio pcoplo began to movo In and becoming frightened he deserted his wits and child and went to Death Valley, in California. Since then ho had been a wanderer. BA8B BALL 8TANDINO. How the Club In the Prlnolpal Leagues Ara Rated, NATIONAL I.KAGUK. W. I,. W. L. New York... 01 7 Cincinnati ...IB 00 Pittsburg ...8!U0 8t. Louis 5182 Chicago 7"i HO Itoston 4.'l 88 Philadelphia. (JO 511 Ilrooklyu ....at) 88 AMERICAN LKAGl'K. W. I W. L. rhiladolphln. 77 -10 Detroit (U ( Chicago 711 51 lloston 110 Ul Cleveland ...07 tW Washington.. 51 71! Mew York. ..Ill 5!) St. I.ouls 44 8U AUF.IttCAN ASSOCIATION, W. I.. W. L. Columbus ...1)5 51 St. Paul 70 70 Mllwaukeo ..80 55 Indianapolis, (ill 77 Minneapolis. 80 00 Toled 50 80 Louisville ...74 70 Kansas City. 43101 wr.8Tr.1tN m:aoi'i:. w. 1.. w. i Des Moines.. 8S 48 Sioux City... 70 01 Denver 85 IK! Pueblo 40 80 Omnlia 74 5S St. Joseph.. . .:S5 00 TUQ SEIZED BY CANADIANS. Fishing Boat of A. Booth & Co. Ac cused of Poach Inir. Capt. Thomas Post of tho llslilng tug r.ertlia M. Cockrell. owned by A. 1 tooth & Co., arrived in Cleveland Wednesday from Port Dover, Out., nud mndo nn ou Will report regarding oonilscatioii of tliu boat by tlio Canadian cruiser Vigilant on tho charge of poaching. Tho tug, which la valued at $7,000, hud on board 5,000 pounds of herring uud lOu nets. Tho members of tho crew wero released n nd tho tug turned over to tho Canadian custom authorities KUnapor shoots Rloh Woman. Frustrated In a midnight, attempt to kidnap tho Infant son of Mrs. Antoinette Converse Morrill In lireeuwlch, Conn., man beat tho child's nurse, with n re volver, Hhot at n Mrs. Plulstcd, Mrs. Morrill's companion, nud shot Mrs. Mor rill In tho fnce. lie then entered a wait ing carrlago und escaped. Now Tolophono Combine. St. Luiils capitalists arc participating la final proceedings now under way In Pittsburg for tho consolidation of all the independent tolcphouo systems, local and long distance, between New York nnd Kansas City. Tho amount of capital represented In tho ileal is inoro than $200,000,000. Ship lt Washoe! Ashorn. A, three-masted schooner has been discovered ashore, bottom up, thrco miles from Kakatag bench, Alaska. Tho name -was not visible, but 11 bill for goods was found made out to tho Prosper. Pour bodies have been washed iishore. A rev--enue cutter has been sent to tho scene. Bryan May Pun Again. William Jennings Hryuii, speaking be fore the Jefferson Club In Chicago, said circumstances might cause him to bo the Democratic parly's standard bearer again. Thtatlea in a Shooting. Asian outgrowth of trouble said to have started when James Marshall placed thistles In tho stvect in Van Wert, Ohio, so that tho children of Levy Mul len could not pass barefooted, Mullen probably fatally shot Marshall, He said lie fired In nclf-defcnse. Votes Oreat Bond Isaue, By a vote of 10,003 to 0,754 Lot An felts, Gal., authorized an Issue of SI, 600,000 In bonds for tho purchase of water rights in Oweus valley, 240 miles from that city. The estimated cost of the completed system Is $23,000,000 and tha time for completion four years. Brlnga Suit for Consplraoy. Gbarlea F. Pflster of Milwaukee has begun a $500,000 suit for conspiracy gainst District Attorney McOovero, his assistants, and the editor and directors of U Milwaukee Free Press, declaring m mm m OIL KINO BEES HARD TIMES. Reckefetlor Coolaros Next Crlele Will Arrive In 1007-1008. "Kockefeller preitiets that the next 'hard times ciMs' wilt strike this coun try In 1007-08, and that where there were .'1,000.000 of men out t work In 18l);i there will lia from 7,000,000 to 10,000,000 In Idlenc-M when tho next "lego of hard timei is upon us." Col. W. If. Moore, president of tho National Hood Hoails Assool.ttioii, Is authority for the statement of Mr. UockelVller. "Tho statement was made to me In conversa tion with tho oil king some time ago," aid Col. Moore, "and he declared that the government should not wait till the hour of peril arise, but should legislate to provide wink for the Idlo and be pre pared to care for them when the crNl arrives. Mr. llnekefeller bie his state incut on the lad tint overproduction In nil line will bring about the crls!, nnd as he ha hi hand on the lluancl.il pulse of the country all the time he I In a position to know. We were tnlklui 'good roads' at the time, nnd It win hi Idea that proper lcglatln should be enacted so that the Idle men could be put to work building roads when the time comes. Ho declared tli it It seemed to be thu only solution of tl.e problem.' FLEE FHOM FAMINE. Thousands V migrate from 'rought btrlokon on on ol nclia. The t Hin. lie wliicn it is le.ircd hi overtake the Itajpulaiia reg.oii, owm to tho long drought which ha mine the crops, threaten, to be the worst I the annals of Urltlsh India. The people uro already living In dread of the fain iuc, nud emigration of tho Inhabitant ol the region has already begun on a whole salo scale. IVars am entertained tha nu epidemic of cholera may accotupaii) this emigration, ns the disease general!) appears during the progress of any geti ernl unorganized movement of people. The prices of food have already advanc ed, giving n foretaste of what may be expected later. The authorities take a pessimistic view of tlio outlook for the future. They are preparing to relieve distress. The export when trade has become disarranged nud the greatest un easiness prevails throughout 'tho coun try. PASSENQEHS ON STOCK CARS. Nebraska Traffic Too Heavy to Handlo In Regular Way. Passenger trutllc has been ho heavy on western roads ou nccouut of tho Grand Army of the Itcpubllc encampment at Denver nnd other attractions and the demand for passenger coaches has beeu so great that some of tho roads operat ing in Nebraska tiro compelled to trans port passengers between local points in cattle cars and box cars. The Iturllng ton lias taken hundreds of pcoplo from various points lu tho State to the Stat fair at Lincoln lu freight cars, Baby Burglar Again at Work. The youthful burglar I again at work at Nlics, Ohio. Leonard Parks, 7 yean old, one of the boys who robbed the First National Uauk recently, was caught In thu rear of the Dollar Savings Hank trying to get into the bnuk. Ho had n skeleton key and had succeeded In getting to the rear door of tho building. He probably will bo sent to reform school. Kills Marshal on Stroot. While walking along the streets of Mc Connelsvllle, Ohio, Marshal H. IS. Por ter of that city was shot and Instantly killed by n well-known young muu nam ed "Woodle" Stewnrt, u brother of the county clerk of Morgan county. Stewart has long been regarded ns of unsound mind, though never before did ho do u violent net. Religious Enthusiasts Battle. The French Catholics lu St. Louis- ds Molo, a northorn suburb of Montreal, Que., attacked tho uowly established Sal vation army station there and seriously injured some of the Salvationists. As the police force at St, Louis do Molo is very small, some of tho Kngllsh-sponklng resi dents went to the rescue of tho Salva tionists and a pitched battle followed. Removes Discriminating-Duties. Itussla has removed discriminating duties 011 American goods In gratltudo to President Hoosevclt in bringing an cud to tho war, mid 11 commercial alli ance between Japan mid the United States for the davclojimeut of trade lu the fur I'.ast is ussuicu. Nelson Knocks Out Brltt, Battling Nelson of Chicago knocked out James Hrltt of San Francisco be fore tho Colmu (Cal.) Athletic Club In the eighteenth round of a furious battle, Kdwnrd Oinucy took tho place of .lame J. Jeff lies as referee uud bets were de clared off, Woman Kills Drunken Husband. Willlum Frost, a mining promoter from Battle Creek, .Neb., was killed in Butte, Mont., by his wife after be had tried to cut her throat with a razor. Tho woman blew his head from his nhoulders with two charges from a shot gun. Frost had beeu di Inking.. Run Down by Fast Train. Fast passenger train No. 201, west bound, ou tho Pennsylvania railroad, rau into a party of Ave worklnguien at Ilnmewood station, near Pittsburg. Three men were killed and two others were seriously Injured. Earthquake In Southern Italy. An enrtlmuako in southern Italy killed 400 persons, Injured 000, loft thousands homeless ami uesuiuie, uosiroyeu twen tv-flve towns aud caused au enormous property loss. eulldlnsr Falls and Two Die. Two ptrious tvere killed, one of them a clrl 10 years old. wben a building at Grand tad Mott atreetal New York, ool- Ha-aaJaV'ta been condemned two years ago, but had been permitted to bo occupied alnee. Thomas McOorern, a foreman In the building department, is under arrest in connection with the collapse on a charge of criminal negligence. EXCLUDE NEORO CHILDREN. Two Kansas Schools Refuse Ad mission to Colorod Pupils, Negro pupils have beeu refused nd niNslon to t tin while high school nt Kan sas City. Kan., nnd the wArd school nt Bonner Spring, Kan., ten miles distant. In both cae the negroes withdrew quietly and there va no show of n ihnh. lu Kansas t'lly, Kan., It Is said, the negroes will test the eao In the courts. The Kansas Legislature last winter passed nn act separating the races In the Kansas City school, a direct result of agitation following the murder of a nhlte boy by n negro pupil, ltoitd were voted to build a school for the negroes, mid pending the erection of the structure I lie board of education planned to have two sessions dally nt the wiiltc school, that In the morning for the white chil dren nnd thu session in the afternoon for the negroes. Thu negroes objected, pre ferring to sit with the whites. At lion iier Springs tlio school board arranged wpiirnle rooms for the whites mid the livgroes. but to till the negroe objected, protesting that they should occupy rooms Rlniullancoiisly with the white children. At Homier Spring the negro children wire accompanied to school by their par ents. MERS UAU..B HOB BANK. Two toys, O and 7 VonrnC Id. Climb nto Vtlnclow and .ut$700. With two me, i pleated in tlio bank ami hundreds of persons passing on the street, two Jtivc.iile btuk robber. Clyde I.eniiey and Leonard I'urks, aged respec tively II mill 7 years, robbed the First itlomit Hank or Nllcs, Ohio, of $700 at Noon Friday, mid had they nut been seen tinning out of thu basement window with their linn loaded with bill they would have got safely away. A newsboy and another boy s.iw the two boys climbing out of the basement window mid chased them. Scattering bills at every step the two boys ran for several blocks before they wero caught mid forced to disgorge the bills they had stuffed iiiiie.iily every pocket. Of thu $700 stolen, JfJi.'O was recovered. KILLS HIS WIFL'3 FATHER. Farmer Boats Old Man to Death with Handlo of Pitchfork. Fred Wilde I under arrest lu Crook ton, Minn., for beating to death hi father-in-law, John Klsiiiaun. Wlhlu was working on his farm when hi horses became lulled. He took it pitchfork mid was prodding them when hi father-In-law remonstrated with him. Wilde beat him over the head with the bundle ol tho fork, crushing his skull. Tim old mnu staggered to tho houno nud soon ufterwnrd died. Mrs. Wilde was ufaiM to apprise hor husband of her father's death nnd remained locked lu the room with his dead body until the next morn ing, when she escaped to a uclghbi' house mid gave the alarm. Thlof Fells blx Pursuers. A young man, giving Id name as Wil liam Johnston of Chicago, was arrested on n downtown street iu Pittsburg nfter n naru race mm light with tlio police. lie entered tho store of II. A. L. Ande. 425 Third avenue, nud took Ijil'JS from tho till. He knocked down six people who tried to prevent hi (light ami wus only stopped by Policeman HNhop's gmi. Dies with His Children While trying to save hi two children, a son nud a daughter, both under 111 year, from a lire lu u crowded tenement building on Must Seveuty-tlrst street, New York. Antonio Coletto and both children wero suffocated by smoke. Co letto had helped to carry his Invalid wife to tho roof, whence sho escaped to an adjoining building. Fall from Ferris Wheel. In tho presence of thousands 6f visit ors at the Statu fair In St. Paul, Mlnu., Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Sovcnthnl of Kmr Claire, Wis., fell from the upper car of a Ferris wheel tb tho ground, a distance of nearly 100 feet. Mrs. Seventhal was Instantly killed nud her husband was so badb Injured that he may not live. S500.000 Mre In Chattanooga. Fire lu tho freight yards of the Cin cinnati, New Orleans aud Texas Paclllo Hallway Company in Chattanooga de stroyed the fielght depot with Us con tents, forty-two freight citrs, fully load ed; two mall cars, two baggage cars and the private car of Superintendent SI. W. Maguire, causing n loss of $500,000. Accuses Father of Stabbing Him. Believed to be dying, William Miller, Jr., a dry goods salesman, under treat ment nt tho St. Louis city hospital, ac cused his father of having Indicted the stab wounds from which lie is suffering. The father was arrested and admitted having bad trouble with his sou, but denied having stabbed him. Illlnolsan for Salmon's Job. Dr. Alonzo Davis Melvln, assistant chief of tho bureau of animal Industry of the Agricultural Department, who will probably succeed Dr. Salmon ns chief when tho latter retires, is from Mount Sterling. 111. Alloc Hegan Moo forma Bank. Mrs. Allco Hegan Hlce, tho author of "Mrs. Wlggs of the Cabbngo Patch," has made her debut In tho commercial world by orgnnl.lng lu Loulsvlllo a new national bauk, with a capital stock of $250,000. Nine Die In "L" Acoldont. A West Side eiovated train llllod with passengers jumped tno track in New York mid ono cur crashed to tho street below, killing nine persons und injuring more than thirty others, several of whom will probably die. Higher Cost of Living. Hours are shorter and wages are high er, but the cost of living Is higher still, us compared with the llgurcs of Inst year, according to thu bureau of labor. Earthquake Death LI at. Details of tho earthquake horror in Italy show that the death list Is above 1,000 and other thousands nre Injured and left homeless. Russia Figures Its Loas, St. Petersburg estimates the loss through violence in the Caucasian oil fields nt (00,000,000. Fifteen hundred Tartars havo beeu killed or wounded. Lotteries Tdered Suppressed. Mexican otllclals nt Uundahijiirn an nounced that the government had order ed the suppression of nil lotteries. New York's t ohool Children. Six hundred thousand, it Is estimated, will bo tho averngo dally curollmcut la the Now York public schools. Tanner Heads a, A. R. Corporal Juntos Tanner was elected cnuiuinnder-lu-chlef of the G. A. It, at the national encampment in Denver. Minneapolis has been chosen as the I u. . n. iu pnuiiieauuiia, 1 Q. k. R. Bttloaal tncanpmtst city la Tho I)rii(t llntilt nnd Its Curo. A true nnd rcnl specific for tho tlrttg mlilt Is it blessing to humanity, When we nay true ntnl real In this oniicclloti, wo ttso tlio qualifying words mlvJseilly, because there Is per haps nothing else In the history of littiiinti nlltncnts nnd medical treat nciit that hits been productive of mote bogus uud fiitce medicine tlmti the drug linblt ill Its various forms mid phases, That (hero Is lo be had relief anil cure from tlio torture mid bondage of this unfortunate liablt is something (hat all immunity should bo thankful for. It lias born fully demonstrated that drunkenness, either from liquor, opium, morphine or cocaine habits, Is a disease, for excessive use of cither brings about drunkenness in sonic form, ami being a disease, should bo treated as such, nnd treated sctcntlll cally niul ttnilerstniHllngl.v, for wo have far too many so-called "cures" that have proven more fatal than the disease. What wo need is a cure that cures and leaves tlio patient ns strong ami vigorous in mind nud body us be was before lie became mulcted nud enables I1I111 to realize, like Hlchnrd, that ho "Is himself ngaln." In this connection we regret to say that the treatment of this habit has too often fallen into Inexperienced hands, where the disease I unknown und the tumedles employed useless or worse. Now a word In relation to the cure of these unfortunates for, as we said In thu beginning, there Is no longer nny question that the liquor ur drug habit Is a illscaKo and should tic so treated. Iteferetieo Is had iu tills con nection to the "Houqll Cute," the Justly famous treatment specialised by the Noritmbegn Company, 111. Dearborn street, Chicago, where I supplied the only speellle nnd harmless cure for those addicted to tile Use of whisky or iliugi of every kind yet discovered, four bottles of ltotiqll pcrmuucntly curing the worst cases. ThM treatment Is nu authloto ami can be taken at home with the same good results us though under 11 doctor's care. It leaves the put lent In perfect health, strength ened, both mentally uud physically. The peculiarity of tills new discovery Is that It cures tho worst eases of the drug habit In about twenty days, with out sickness or coullncment, uud the worst cases of drunkenness lu about live days. This treatment has stood the prac tical tests of eiivlint the most hopeless eases, ns the testimonials from those cured by this treatment abundantly prove. It 1s Infallible, safe ami invig orating. Tills cure is unsurpassed by anything In the entire range of med ical science. At the olllee of the Nor umbega Company, some wonderful cures have beeu performed, aud pa tients ate treated niul cured so thor oughly that they uever desire to return to their old habits. Ignorance can do ns much harm with liquor or drug remedies as It can with mercury or arsenic. The Norum begu Company is nu Institution of high standing, that has been curing drunkenness aud the drug habit for years, and can emu any case no mat ter of how long standing, or how much used. Kvutyono Is given an uncondi tional guarantee, if tlio treatment Is taken us prescribed, of 11 positive cure. Instead of being simply it speellle. this cure is general iu character; It re moves thu cause from wWch arises the whisky uud drug liablt. It has cured every case of functional nerve disor der to which it has been applied. The patient becomes n new person under tills treatment. When discharged his head does not feel as If there was a buzz saw lu It; on the contrary, ho Is rejuvenated und restored, physically and mentally, und his mind Is clear and natural, no bad effects following. This method of treatment lias brought health, peace and happiness to pa tients ever since its Introduction, aud has n record of posltlvo cures not en Joyed by nny like remedy In thu land. If you nro troubled with headache, whether chronic or otherwise, get Cap urine, the sure euro, which is to bo had nt nil tlrst-class tmffots nud drug stores. There Is no inoro delightful recrea tion for one's self, or for one's wife nud family, than a trip Into tho coun try over tho Aurora, Klgln & Chicago Hallway. Now that the most beautiful pictures of nature uro being painted by u mus ter hand over the landscapes; tlio riv ers running free, tho lawns In venture, tho trees lu leaf nnd tlio apple bios somo lu full' bloom, whero can one havo a more enjoyablo day than in speeding among theso pleasant scenes, lu u comforttiblo and woll-appolnted conch, aud with every requirement for comfort, convenience nnd pleasure at hand, lu the pleasant trip over thu Atuor.t, Klgln V Chicago Hallway In these balmy days of spring and early summer? The road runs through the beautiful Fox Illver valley, and on Its way takes lu picturesque glimpses of somo of tho most beautiful nnd deslr ablo residence districts uud pleasure resorts in the neighborhood of Chicago. Take n train over tlio Aurora, Klflu & Chicago Hallway, and enjoy tlio beauties of nature nnd health-giving recreation nt n minimum of expense. Trains lenve tho new terminal sta tion, Fifth avenue, near Jackson boule vard, every thirty mluutes. Among tho many attractive spots in beautiful and picturesqiio Wisconsin there Is none thnt exceeds In beauty, convenience nnd availability tho bright, rlslugnnd prosperous town ot Necedah. Ono of tho most enterprising and high ly respected citizens of tho town of Necedah Is Mr, William Clark, tho owner of several hundred acres of wild lands, and Improved lands In this most dcslrablo portlou of tho State of Wis consin. Mr. Clark is n citizen of Scotch birtli who camo to this country nbout twonty years ago aud by frugality, energy aud ontornrlso has built UD for himself a I splondld competence in the land of his adoption. lie is tlio owner or a homo valued at over $8,000, la the neighbor 1 I bood of Noetiftk TUHr UtDdaoaif ud iT . l ... LlIl' .... L' . L ALL HEADACHES CURED ALMOST INSTANTLY Whether arising from Alcoholic excesses, over eating, too much smoking, or any other cause, CAPARIINE will, ins'd of ten minutes, give you a clear head, and fit you (or the day's business. A SURE, SAFE BRACER m wr ay aiaiaiaiaiMsBaiaiE? DeKalb Drug & Chemical Co., Ltd. XE3 commodious residence Is Mirrouudcit by well wooded picturesque ami fer tile hinds, among the most valuable In Juneau County, In which the town of Necedah is situated. .Mr. Clark's lands are for disposal lu lots of -in to 500 acres, nil located within easy ills, tanee of the line market town of Nece dah. Through tho district Hows the beautiful Wisconsin Illver, one of the most majestic und delightful streams iu the world. Necedah Is located so 1 that those desirous of It can reach ' tho far famed dells uf Wisconsin by boat passing through nil the way the most beautiful scenery imaginable. Necedah has llrst class railroad serv ice, the Milwaukee & St. I'aul and the Northwestern roads running through It. It Is one of the finest market towns lu Wisconsin, has three commodious hotels, llrst class banks, electric lights nnd all modern public Improvements. Mr. Clark's splendid acre property is Ideally located us 11 summer and fall resort. It gives the finest opportunities for hunting und fishing, nnd while within easy distance of nil tho com forts and luxuries of civilization, af fords possibility of enjoyment of the pleasures und beauties of primitive nature. Tho property Is regarded as not only desirable but a most profitable investment, n fact that is being prov ed by Its great and rapid development and Its growing attraction for tourists, sportsmen nnd lovers of nature In gen eral. Mr. Chirk has the high regard and respect of his fellow citizens of Necedah, and Is bound to bo one of the most successful men of affairs, ns he Is to-day ono of the most prosperous business men In the State of Wiscon sin. Nok-Hne. Tho popular Nek-Hoc mineral water Is ono of the most health-giving and de lightful of boveniges. It Is tho great est liver nnd kidney water produced by Mother Earth. It Is bottled only nt tlio springs by Mineral Spring Sani tarium Company, Ilurllngton Junction, Mo. N. K. Schumacher, ISO Jackson boulovnrd, is tho Chicago manager. It Is a clear, cold, sparkling mineral water, containing a most poricet com bination of essential minerals, pleasant to tho taste, comforting to tho stomach, nnd a lejuvenulov or tlio liver nud kidneys. Nek-Hoe Is for salo at ull Ilrst-chiss buffets nnd drug stores. Tho Mineral Springs Sanitarium nt Ilurllngton Junction, Mo., Is one of tho finest nnd most elllcaclous health re sorts In tho country. E. E. Corken, tho manager, Is tlio son of Samuel Corken, founder of tho famous water cure, and Is thoroughly conversant with the use of tho water and mndo of trentment of various diseases. Tho following diseases are among those treated successfully: Hheiimntlsm, kid ney and liver complaint, eczema, etc. Tho commodious hotel Is open all the year round. Tho servleo Is first-class nnd tho rates reasonable. Ask N. K. Scltumacher, 18(1 East Jackson boule vard, for further Information. Nee-Hoe Is the water for and kidneys. It restates health. the liver them to Caparluo is tho greatest nnd most elllcaclous headache cure lu tho world. It Is to lie had ut nil buffets and drug stores. The DeKalb Drug nnd Chemi cal Company limited Is tho solo pro prietor. Mr. William Clark, of Necedah, Wis.. Is tho owner of several hundred acres of lands, wild and improved, iu tlio best huntlug, fishing and summerlug localities iu Wisconsin. Those desiring cither permanent or temporary loca tions in tho most delightful portions of Wisconsin, should call upon William Clark, Cliff House, Necedah, Wis. Tho Rlonzl Cafe nnd Garden Is ono of tho most plensant and enjoynble re sorts In tho city. It is first-class In overy respect, conducted In a most re spcctablo and orderly fashion, nnd pa tronized by tho very best class of peo ple. IU BMBi-tetor, F. Emll Qascb, Is one ot tho most respected business men erf tht city. Adr VjTam.iBTaTaTBV V K 1 aW L WVflyf . WAV harmless In CAPARINE Is fag of the lawyer, minister or doctor, as it is effective in quickly relieving the result of those little Indiscretions that you wonder how they started. AT ALL BUFFETS AND DRUG STORES II1I1IM - PHONE M. H. McGOVERN General Gontractor All Kinds of Street Paving, Street Railway Construction Underground Conduits and Concrete Construction Novacullte Paving Material SUITE 404, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING 138 E. WASHINGTON STREET, CHICAGO, ILL. If Your System Demands Whiskey Better Drink Rouqil. ONE bott most w (lfl vim NU bottle of Itouqll four nt tho ill pcrmniicutly destroy tho craving for stimulants. You know when tho deslra for liquor becomes nt; Imperative rniniiiinul. it's time to do sonic luird ihlukluif. Tlino to decide who Is lu com mand! Don't you think so yourself?? Houqll Is ut whisky under another nn mi', but It tokos tho pl.u-p of whisky 1T1 sustaining the nerves. It docs more it supplies rcnl nervo tone, Instead of tho temporary stimula tion of alcoholic liquor, which Is invaria bly followed by a depressing riMctlou when Its effect wears oft. Ami iu r.iblltlou to Its strengthening nnd tonic proportl-s, Houqll expels the poison (for alcohol Is n poison). It 11 mail gets poisoned externally ho applies curatives nt once. Aim! yet skin dis'iiso doesn't begin to bo 11s serious ns having the brain cells nnd nervo cells poisoned. You know that. .lust from n dollnrs-and-cents stand point one cannot afford to nllow his ltr.iln, that marvelous Central Telegraph Olllco whero thought messages originate, to become cnuirested. Inllnuied and satu rated with alcohol. Ilruin-power Is Eiirnlng-power. A man with 11 Sf.'d.OOO-u-year Ilraln should certainly take ns good c.iro of it ns ho expects a cliaulTeur to tnko of his Automobile. And tho man with a f'-'.OOO-a-year llrnin cannot reasonably expect to de velop increased Earning Power If ho re tards the proeois of development by giv ing his Ilraln Cells too many Alcohol lt.iths. The Norumbega Co. 315 Doarborn l.bTIICR LOOMIS President WM. ILLINOIS MANUFACTURHRS OF CRUSHED LIMESTONE DIMENSION AND RUBBLE STONE JAMES A. HOGAN, Qcn. Mgr. MAIN YARD No. 1 22(1 & Lumber Sts, Tel. Canal 136 22(1 and QUARRIES GHAS. C. BREYER Plumberflasfitter 187 W. DIVISION ST., Near Milwaukee Av. Tlephon Monro 570. Houst Draining a Specialty. Dealer in All Kinds Qas Fixtures. Jobbing Promptly A.ttend4 T An Unfailing Specific for NEURALGIA, INSOMNIA, COLDS HEADACHES and all trouble resulting from a deranged stomach. CAPARIINE positively contains no opiate, morphine, antl nyrlne or other injurious drugs. It Is ingredients and sure in results. just as good for the brain OZI 1308 MAIN If you uro making a success in your work while leaning 011 stimulants, you can multiply that success by two ut least; if you cut out tho whisky. Somo men take genuine pride in being able to carry a load of liquor without walking zlg-z.ig but drinking mentis slg. s:ug thinking sometimes. Drinking ability Is not a Qualification much sought lu Candidates for positions demanding Judgment, Keen Mentality, Executive Ability tho Tower to Do Things. It's just as easy to stop drinking ns it Is to keep on because of Hnuqll. the now cure for tho Liquor Habit. Wo expect tii.it statement to lie chal lenged nud wu nre fully prepared to provu Its truth by hundreds of eredlhln witnesses. Men who, though they may hnva been skeptical, were In en most about tho matter nnd willing to risk a dollar to find out for themselves. Thu price of Houqll is ?1 n bottle. We could easily get .50 or $100, or In somo cases $.00 for tho medicine if we wero willing to limit Its Held uf useful ness to n comparative few. Instead of tli.it, wo have adopted ttie broader policy of "tlio greatest good to tho greatest number" nud havu put a prlco upon the remedy that places it within tho roach of every man nud wom an who needs it. Ono bottle will euro tho averngo enso four will cure any case, no mutter how aggravated. We Invito you to call nt our olllco or write us in conndonce. Let us send you, free, postpaid, a copy of our interesting book. 1203 Manhattan Bldg. Streot, Chicago LOOMIS Vice-President J, A. IIOfUN Stc'y and Treasurer STONE CO, OFFICE YARD No. 2 Elston Avenue IBIk North of Division Tel. Monroe 601 Lumber Sts. AT IEM0NT, ILL.