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t the broadening broadenln of the Federal I authority authorltthe
the tendency tendenc of Justice Brewer was to
b highly hlhl conservative c This was espe espejCially epeea1iy
dally true of his later decisions leclsl ns The
bent of hit mind In the last la ait few years yearsteemed yearseemed ears earseemed
eemed to change changeAn chan changeAn e eAn
An Illustration IllustrationAs mustr tion tionAs
As A Illustrating this th1 it may be cited citedthat citedthat citedthat
that in the decision of the transMissouri transMissouricases transIIlHjurlcases traniII our1 our1cases
cases Justice Brewer held with the Gov Government Government GOVernment ¬
ernment that the Sherman act applied appliedto
to railroads and that it applied whether whetherthere whetherthere whetherthere
there was reasonable rea onable or unreasonable unreasonablerestraint unroasullablerestraint unreasonablerestraint
restraint of trade But later on when whenthe whonthe whenthe
the Northern securities S Case Cadcided a aclded ns de decided ¬
cided he took the view Iew in a concurring
opinion which he wrot rot that the Sher Sherman Sherman Sherman ¬
man law should appi only to cases
in which there was unreasonable re restraint retralnt ¬
straint ot trade Holding > however that
in this case there was unreasonable unreasonablerestraint unroo80nablerestraint unreasonablerestraint
restraint he aligned with the Govern Government Govcrnnfnl Governueiit ¬
ment mentOne nfnlOlle ueiitOne
One of the great cases ca before foe the
Suprem Supremge e Court In recent years was as
that of Hale vs Honkel It arose e from fromevidence
the etCor or the Glhernment to get hetvidence getcvldonce
evidence against the Tobasso Trust
It was held by the Supreme Court
Justice Brown delivering the opinion opinionthat opinionthat opinionthat
that the Fifth amendment dkl kl not onply
to corporations It was Kfeld J ld the grand grandiury
jury may investigate InveatJ ltte anything it wants wantsto wantsto
to and that the doctrine that one need neednot neednot needi
not i rnt testify tetJUC to that which would be bepelfincriminating beIflflncrlmlmttfnh beeeifIncrlmlnating
pelfincriminating does not apply to a acorporation aCOrporatlon aCrporatlon
corporation Justice Brewer dissented dissentedTook dissentedTook
Took Conservative View ViewA
A number of important interstate interstateCommerce Interstatecommerce I Icommerce
Commerce commerce cases of recent date have havefceen haeNn
been Nn decided by the Supreme Court Courtwhich CourtWhich Courtwhich
which Justice Brewer aiss al clsmnted nted and andlook andtook andtook
took an extremely conservative view as asto asto
to the powers owera of the ommlselon or the theBcope thescope
scope of the interstate commerce laws Jawsor
JFor or instance In the case of the Armour ArmourPacking ArmourJPacklng ArmourPackIng
Packing Company vs the United States
virtue of a contract by which it had hadagreed hadD hadigreed
agreed D reed to give a certain shipper shlrl > er certain
rates legal at the time of the contract contractcould contractould contractcould
could ould not continue to give that shlp
JM 3er > r the same rates under the con ¬
tract after it had published other rates
for or the general public publicIt
It arose aro from the fact that Armours ArmoorsIali Armours3aii
Jia 3aii Iali i a contract with a railroad for cer ¬
tain tam rate Later r
ater the rood published 4 4IW
new IW rates S The Armours wanted the
rates undc r the th contract maintained The Thecommission Theommi ThecomtnIssio
commission ommi sIOf h hid d otherwise oth > 1Ise and was sus ¬
tained Justice IJrewer Irew > r disented
The nH he > Illinois Central cas as involving dis
tmutlon of coal cars tlr in which hicb the court courtipeld
npield the commlsion It I another In ¬
stance Justice Urcwer rewer dicstnted dicstntedCAPITAL dirstntedCAPITAL
BY BREWER DEATH DEATHRepresentatives DEATHRepresentatives
Representatives of 0 fAil fAilClasses f All AllClasses A 1 1 1Classes
Classes Extend Condol Condolences Condolences Condolences ¬
ences to Family FamilyContinued FamilyConthtu FamilyContinued
Continued > l from First Page Pageo Pa age agejo e eto
to o their feifew femp jurist but plans will be bemade be2uttl benari
made nari later laterThe laterThe laterThe
The members of the t he Sup Supme pine mc Bench Benchv
v ill attend the funeral service in a
lody lod and it was proponed this mora ¬
ine i to make them honorary hon rary pallbearers
Marshall Wright Wri ht and clerk James H H4c1inny
3 > lcKlnny > of the rnite l States Supreme SupremeAurt
t Ct ourt > urt are in charge of the arrange arrange3nents arrangeTlentll arrangenenta
Chair Is Draped DrapedA
A drapery of sombre black marked markedDie marktdthl I Ithe
Die chair and desk of the late justice justicein I Iu
in u the court room today toda standing slaDdln out outconspicuously outconsplcuoly outconspicuuMsly
conspicuously amon among the light cover coverings COverIngs coverings ¬
ings over all the other furniture unture Mar Marshal Markai lar larkal ¬
shal kai Wright of the court who has ha the thefuneral thefunelIIl I Ifuneral
funeral arrangements Nran cmenls in charge char e oxpects oxpectsto I Ito
to tr make public plans for the th funeral funerallate tuneralJtte I IIste
late this afternoon afternoonIt n nI
It I is not considered con ldered likely Jlkel that the thecourt thetlrf thenow
court tlrf now no 1 in recess will III when it re reussemWef reuRt reuselb1Os
ussemWef uRt > mbkol Monday Xonda take formal cogni cognisance cOII1Iance cogninarice ¬
sance ance of Justice Ju tlce Brewers death or ad adj aduln adj
j j < urn out of respect to his memory memor memorrhf
The > ordinary course would be for a acalled a111f I Iting
111f f ting oC the th bar oC the court to tocillt h hcilIed
called d resolutions of regret lear t adopted adoptedjresumptions adoptedlfS4 adopted1rs4ntatbOfls
jresumptions lfS4 > nttttlons of these th resolutions with withit witiiiarki
it 1 mark to the court by h the Attorney Attorne AttorneIIlal AttornecieiaI
Cciieial IIlal a reply rt > from the Cntef Justice Justiceirl Justiceadourninent
irl adjournment for the Jay iIt out of ofjfspeot orrfsJHft o orrpeet
jfspeot jfspeotIT
IT is 1 < possible however that the ven venil venallE en ene
e allE il > le Chief Justice Jm tlc may ma announce the thed thedth thijydth
d jydth Mth of hi his < colleague from rein the bench henchhIIla bend I
Jii hIIla iHIay < > ii < lay and declare de < Jale the court adjourn adjourned ¬
ed fur the remainder of the day dayDeath da daI dayLieaih
Death I attributed to apoplexy came camepiiidfnly cameJ1ddtttl cam camFwidcnly
piiidfnly Sil s Justice Brewer was retiring retiringJBtxtf r rtIrirn rtIrirnirtr Url Urllflr
lflr 1 t ituiet eenln at his home 1 1i 19 19xte ±
JBtxtf i xte tfnth nth Street nortHwest Xo hint of ofJilnops oC5l1ufOs o ohad
Jilnops had Tiiarrcd a day silent 81 nt pleas pleasHit pleaslItl pleaspiitI
Hit piitI lItl 1 with his family Camll ending endln in a short shortwalk shorlalk shoralk
walk alk as hd h i 1 time approached approachedAb ap apiroachedAbut rOllched rOllchedAbout
Ab About ut W 14 oclock the jurist went ent to his hisri histru hi a aiI
ri tru cm Tn to retire for the nigrht Shortly Sliortlyafrerward Shorti Shortiafcrwrd
afrerward Mrs 118 Brewer who ho was in an ann anIItlJftilling a aniJoi1ling
n ijoiiiing < room heard a heavy fall and andl lutdtt ais t ttinking I
l linking tt that her husband had simply simplylIoked simpiiioked
< IkiKKked lIoked over something did not n t go o to tojn tojllt V Viiestigate
jllt jn iiestigate > esliRSite toJh > fte immediately immediatelyDurinr immediatelyDudn immediatelyiusing
Durinr Dudn the stillnesb which followed followedili ii iiF
ili t h hoard labored breathing and hurry
fn < to the 1h bathroom she sh was shocked shockedHt shock tHKkedt ti tiftt
Ht t the sight of the he prostrate Jf rate form formJudge f formJudge rm rmJudge
Judge Gould Summoned SummonedA
A wrvMnt r nl was sent to the home of ofJtiil ofJtlll a d dYtnIgc
Jtiil YtnIgc f 1 A 1 hie hfrCur 1 Icy H ooi UI i ifi d dfollun =
fi follun nme Cur C ur who h lives In she hc same sameM 8fmeJIck
M JIck ck H F rushed o the Brewer home homennl homnl S 1
nnl nl after feelliiR C lhiK the th dying justices justicespuls justicespuJ ju5t1cepuh S
puls puJ > ho h < lifted Jtrt t him In i hi hhi arms and andtarried anell au 11 11tarried
tarried l UK almost Hfelc3 form to a aJed aed
1 Jed c ed i and alK nw n nueetcai itcal help was S summoned summonedI
I P l1 > r I Ta Is3 > ioraiil lur AII an4 I I Dr > r Sterling ituf ituffin Huftin itilliiu
fin iiu arrIved a few t > w minute later and aIHIa aIHIatlr anelalter af aftor
tor a < iuick examination the famous jur ju ¬
lilt wall va as pronouixfd lead 1 d At the news newsIrs newsI s si
> Irs I Is lrewrr was II prustratcd d and re reriuirrd reuirNI recjiired
riuirrd uirNI nie mttllcal < U < al uttcuHon uttcuHonAfter rltentJonter altentlonfter
After ter th thc arrival of the t physicians tho thotwo th thtwo thtwo
two daughters 1au htt of Justice Brewer Mrs MrsJames InJa Mn1aws
James Ja nes I rirrkk and M1b tis > H P Jul Julriurf Jutnr Julnre
riurf both of whom horn reside rC1 + ld < In VashinK VashinKtoii ihtn ihtnvn hln
toii were ere notified and hurried d to their theirparents theirI thel r rp
parents I Ieflts nts home Justke Gould remained remainedRii rtmalnediioI I Iaidi
iioI Rii the t jri Kr grifstikken fstrltfkeii f8tl k n family until untilColleagues untilmurnlnf unt I Iporning
Colleagues Notified
Shortly after Justice Brewer Br cr had been beenpronoiiiKed beenIHlOIll bee beeprflouitid 0
pronoiiiKed IHlOIll ed dead word was 4 sent to all allthf alltho allth
thf th > mcmbcis mbCl1l of the th Supreme Court an ansceial tol tolecel1 < l lzcveial
zcveial of them th called 11011 at the Brewer BrewerJionit Brewerlionie
Jionit < and exprr xprfled ed their sorrow rro and andPcrcd an anUclt andQUcied
Pcrcd their services to the widow widowAccordlns wklowCtordlm widowAcrordinu
Accordlns to th justices jtl tlct family fanhl he hemd helarl heid
md not been well pn for several weeks weeksalthough weeksa weeksaithorgi
although a It hOl h his condition was not c Qnsid Qnsidt nsid onsidored > nsidored
ored t red serious r1ou or alarminjt aJarUlin He spent a aJiypiiy aw awtuuy
Jiypiiy w wtuuy fl1Y Easter ii t r with lth his family and only onlyciif onlyiI
ciif 110 iI or trice cc compla cotnplJned ined Of his pltyul pltyulil h I
< il 1 condition At the dinner table last lastjiisht last11iht lastpit
pit Mr r Uroww wld he felt ill but butShe I
She > foeilnu f htt soon pastHd away a way and hJ hJTas h ha Iiris
Tas a apparently al well th remainder of ofth ortht otthi
th > evtnin until unt II claimed l by > y death deathr dllhSon deathSon
r Son of Missionary MissionaryBom Mis ionary ionaryBonl
Born In Smyrna Asia Minor June 30 301N37 20lsr iOis
is 1N37 Justice Brewer was washe he son of the theItev then the1te
Itev n 1te Josiah and Emetic Field Brewer Brewerliiy
liiy 111 < father having been a pioneer mis mistonary misfonary misonary
tonary in Asiatic Turkey TurkeyJustice Turk TurkJUflti TurkeyJustIce
JUflti Justice e Brewer came cm of a famous fam family family farnfy ¬
ily his mother m ther having been the sister sisterf
t1 If f the t h four famous ljeld 1 ield brothers broth era the themost thenlO thenot
most nlO lt noted DOt d of whom horn was Justice JusticeStcpnen Justice8tctlhpn JusticeSrihen
Stcpnen J Field of the 1nited nltfd States StatesSupreme StatesJpr Statessupreme
Supreme Jpr me Court who died in UM 1t Jus Justir Iusti Jus11c
tir ti Brewers father was a graduate of ofYalf ofah ofa1c
Yalf ah in the class of JS21 Later he was wasa
I a i missionary of the American Board of oflorcign ofF ofForfign
lorcign F rlgn Missions MissionsIt
It was a8 while hta father was iUI in Asia AsiaMinor Aalainor Asiattinor
Minor inor that Justice Brewer was wa born bornThe bornhE bornIIie
The hE Rev Rt > Mr Ir Brewer in h 1S30 was as sent sentto tentto sentto
to Smyrna by the New Haven LouiesGreek LamesGrHk Lames LaUiesCrmk
Greek Association AS8O < iatn He was accompan accompan1ILKS accompanIILUS accompanPILES
JAZO l AZO OINTMENT or TME T Is guarantor to cure curajtny curen cureuny
jtny n case o 0 Itching Blind Bleeding or Pro ProtrudlnE Prouudlal Prouudiug
trudlnE I P Pea > es in 6 to 11 day or money rite riftunded ritewu1ed re reLLInUcd
tunded tOe 0c
Grandson of David Field Whose Family Gave Long Line Lineof Lineof Lineccf
of Eminent Men to Join J Joi oil i List of Americas AmericasDistinguished AmericasDistinguished AmericasDistinguished
Distinguished Names Na es
Probabl Probably J IWISCLKSI J no l AUtllll furnll family In ill American IIUCIIVCIII his fla I
lory tor t ory save those of John Marshall and andJohn amIJohn
John J ohn Adams have had a longer line of ofmore
more distinguished sons than that of ofDavid orDald i
David Field Fioldgrandfatller grandfather of Justice JusticeDavid JusticeDavid
David J Brewer BrewerThe BrowerThe
The Field stock was wa Puritan to the themarrow themarrow
marrow and every member of the ram I i
fly was deeply grounded in religious
faith Idleness or profligacy played pla od no nopart nop I
part p rt in lie family famll history of the Fields PICldSSons
Sons cf l the household were David DavidDudley i
Dudley Stephen J Cyrus C rus W V and Hen Henry ¬
ry r y M 1 Field There were others less lesseminent
eminent who lived equally worthy worth lives livesSome livesSome I
Some Ifeit the parental roof early carl in life lifeand IIc IIcand
and made adventures in faroff lands landfllIn
in i n Asia m Europe in South America AmericaThere
There they thn became bec me jurists scientists scientistsmerchants scientistsmerchants scientistsmerchants
merchants and financiers Some of ofthem
them t were missionaries to heathen peo people
pie pleIn
In the words onIg of one commentator commentatorthe3
they added another tie to the marriage marriageof marrI ie ieof
of o f the olo hemisphere hemi5 > here to the new and andone andone
one that bound secure by daily con converse converse
verse and daily touch In short the theField theField theField
Field family is of the very Olj aristocracy of ofAmerican r rAmerican
American citizenship It illustrates the thepossibility lh lhpossibility
possibility of the human race raceDavid raceDavid
David Dudley nudl Field was the eldest eldestborn eldestoorn
born of the Rev R David Field and Me Mewife hilS1re himwife
wife 1re Submit DIcKinson and this thisborn flnjt flnjtborn
born a as father as well as nsbrotber brother to tothe tothe
the t he other children > n of that family Hej He e J
was college bred and chose the law for fora
a profession Dror on He settled in New York Yorttand Yorkand >
and achieved signal success successHe sucCe s sHe
He was one oil one of the leading lawyers of ofAmerica orAmerlett ofAmerica
America contemporaneous with Ith Charles CharlesCVConor CharlfSOConor I
OConor Samuel J J Tlklen William illiam M MExarts 1 1Earl
Earl James Ja nel T Brady and men of ofthat ofthat
that t caH caliber < > er He was as a Democrat In Inpolitical InpollticaJ
political belief but never a politician politicianHe
He could not change his convictions convictionsand
and frequently they the interposed between betweenhim IH betweenninl tween tweenlna
him lna and preferment He was an anti antiled antiled antied
led l ed by his bride of a few months It Itwas Itwas
was while they were at Smyrna that thatJustice thatJustice
Justice Brewer was born bornThe bornThe bornThe
The Brewers after staying staylR in Asia AsiaMinor AsiaInor AsiaMinor
Minor Inor untit 1838 l during which time the theRev theHe theRev
Rev He Mr Brwvr Br wcr established a news newspaper newspap newspaper ¬
paper pap r at Smyrna SltI rna for the benefit of if the theGreeks theGreeks theGreeks
Greeks returned to t ttu United States StatesEarly StatesEarly
Early Education EducationJustice EducationJustic EducationJustice
Justice < Frewer received his early edu educaticn edutltin edoatkn
caticn atkn in the public ublle schoig ot AVether AVetherflehl WetherslekI ethers ethersReMI
flehl Hartford New ew Haven and MH MHdtotowi MUdielewe m mlltf
dtotowi lltf 0 I where < e his father at various varioustiHie varioustesles arlouatttt1e
tiHie was wa ssati statlonul statlonulJu4tice > ncd ncdJustice
Justice Brewer Ert > wer ti uJ thtted i ied eel Wesleyan e leyan Uni University Cnletlty ¬
versity In 1W1 trnuining I 1hz n icIng until ISM 1S1when ISMben 1SMthen
when ben h he matrkulaSwl 1 at Yale He was wasgraduated wasgra1laHil wasgrazliated
graduated fr fNnt > m the > ew Haven institu instituti
U n in ISafi 1 1S Aun Amrg 11IUrJ r j his classmates classmatesn
were n re Senator nfthlr Depew po aid Jd Associate Jus Justice JusI Justice ¬
tice Brown I > with thom n6m he served on onthe ontis
the bench benchAfter I IAfwr
After obtaining his degree i ree from the th I IAlbany IAI
Albany AI ny Ijav Ia tchool in in ThiS 1 Justice Brew Brewer Dr Drr Brewer ¬
er r olHJ tlJ II I an 01 i tit t in I hti l ins a > City Mo MoIt MoIt Io IoIt
It was iHrolittess anu < he h went eat West Westreturning Westrcturnng YC8trelurnlnJ
returning later Jat r to Loavcnworth vcnworlh where wherehe whebe vherehe
he resumed r urned the Ut practice of law lawSuccess la la5ucC lawSuccess
Success 8S was his in a short time and andie andhe
he > ie soon was as popular with all clashes clashesHe clasMlIt classes1k
He became amf United States Commissioner Commissionerin
in IK1 Thereafter his ht rise was as rapid rapidhis nlPIdhid rapidlike
his first advancement being b lnh in 1S6S when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he was lected I < too judge of the probate probateand llObateand probteand
and criminal court tO rt of Leavenworth LeavenworthHis
His Further Rise RiseAfter RiseArter RiseAfter
After being b nJ Judge of the First Kansas Kansasdistrict Kan Kandltnet Kansasdistrict
district and prosecuting pr 8coutln attorney attore he hewas heas heelected
was as elected in 1S70 O to the jttdge dgoship > hlp of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Kansas supreme supr me court serving senin until untillfcS4 untilJ untilB34
lfcS4 J when wh n he became Judge of the theEighth theEighth theEighth
Eighth district d trlct serving nlnJ until ISwhen 1m hen he hebecame hebecame hebecame
became associate Justice of o the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court of the United States being beln named namedbyPresWent nmet1brPrskl namedbypreskiant
byPresWent brPrskl nt harrison IJarrteonJustice UarrbonJumke harrisonJustice
Justice Brewer ascended to the tb bench benchJanuary benchJanuar benchJanua
January Janua 6 l 18W 9 succeeding succcedln Justice J tke Stan Stanley Stanley StaiIcy ¬
ley Matthew who died some me time bo bofore 00Corf hofore
fore foreWhn
Whn Justice JUlI Cf Ir l1wer wer t ta trk y k his oin ointhe olnth oInth
the th country countr witn t ssi sd d the unique sight pljthtof sljlhtoC
of an uncle and ntiriitw IIt luw bcintr 1uein on ti tw tiMSupreme r rSupreme I
Supreme C Cnirt > urt bench at the same time timeFor timfFor
For at this period Justice Field was wason wasth I
on th bench benchJustice henriJustice enchJustice
Justice Brewer was married October OctoberBil 3
151 1 tt to t LouWe jotat I R > Lamton of ItitMng 1 hlii Ill Illton ilg
ton Vt t Four daightcrs were > horn to tothis tothiJl tethis I
this union Justice Brewer was 115 mar ntarrlen nlarrled marned
rlen ned time second cord vSme June Jun 5 L 1M1 1O l to Em Emma Emnut Emnut ¬
nut Minter Jlott of Vauhington The Themarriage ThemarrlK Th t tmarriage
marriage marrlK e took place pJa < c at Burlington Vt Vtwhre Ytwhr Vtwhere
where Justice Brewer was spending pendln pendlnhlf
MH vacation vacationNumeijus vacalionXUlner vacationNurnerus
Numeijus XUlner > us degrees were conf cjufprl red or onJustice orJm i iJustice
Justice Jm Uce Brewer rewer in the past dt dtCa decade ade c Ho Hoexcelktl HIPcaliNI H HexeeIkd
excelktl as H writer a number of hl hlbooks hlbooks i ibooks
books having hII ru n extensive circulation circulationTh
Th The Supreme Court will 111 roconvene roconveneMoiHlay eeone t
MoiHlay It will it is t < believed belh ed econvenI adjourn adjournfor adjourtfor I I
for a day in respect to Justice Brewers Brewersmemory Brewersmmory Brewerirliemory
Work Unfinished UnfinishedHis
His death it IK I pointed Olt leaves the thedecisions thedecisions th4decisIons
decisions in big iffcues 1 uCi to but seven Je en men menas menas
as 8 one of the tI associate as asoc1 cla e justices Mr MrMoody irtood Mrloodv
Moody tood is incapacitated Among the thej th thI thto
j case so to h Iw settled oeltieti ltlet are those th flle involving inollnith C Cthe
I th the American Tobacco and Standard Oi OiCcmianie OlCCUtIanioel 01r
Ccmianie < The validity of the new ne necurt necorporation r
corporation curt > retiolt tax ta law will also be decideu decideuI
I It has been asserted that no justice justiceof justicthe S
of the Supreme Bench has taken a moro moroactive moroactive monactive I
active part in the general affairs of the thecountry thecountry tb tbcountry
country thaM Justice Brewer His com comment comI comIment conimeet ¬
ment on different affairs in which he hewas h6as ii S Ss
was as s Interested has never been restrain restrained ¬
ed d The question of universal peace the therace th thrace S
race problem the progress c the world worldanarchy worldanarch worldanarchy I
anarchy anarch and kindred subjects were die discussed e1l8cus dieiu ¬
cussed ed with a boldness and intelligence intelligencethat inteiligencthat iu
that commanded and required attention attentionHis attentionHis I
His HI criticism of a bigger navy na and the theincreasing theIncreasing th thincreasing
increasing extravagance cxtraa nce or the country countryat countr y yat
at large won the approval of the gen general gcnI gcnIeral gencmi
eral public publicAt I IAt
At j meeting in Baltimore in IMS in inpeople ii C I Ihch
whcim hch h he tou touched h on the foibles oC the thepeople th thpeople e
people of r the United States Justice JusticeBrewer JusticeBrewr e eBrewer
Brewer said that if we did not have havethe havetbe hay 0
the giant club of Hercules we had the thebig thobl th thbIg 0
big bl stick of Theodore Roosevelt Roo Gelt
Brotherhood of Man ManJustice ManJustice
Justice Brewer was a strons Stron advo advocate advccate I ¬
cate for the th brotherhood of man and andhis an a alila j
his tributes on different occasions to the thewomen tii 0 0women 1
women of C the country won him much muchpraise untie h hpraise 1 I
praise prafl > He maintained liberal 11 b > 1a 1 Ideas as asto asto a ato
to the power of wealth and ho h heM lie a A
e slavery s man and acted with itk th ties Itnub Itnublifcan ItmhliCItI ItgHthtnin
sli lifcan li tnin 1W1rty iMirty in Its earlier earll history kletot aid aidwith aldw1th atdith
I with W ith TiMen had supported Martin Vcn VcnHuron VctBUrtn rO rOuren
Huron H uren the Free Fr > e Soil candidate for fcrPresident fGrresklent
President P in 1S48 1S48Stephen sI8Stephen
Stephen J Field was taught by his litetrotner histrot lilarotber
trotner trot l r though U u h he had been a pupil of ofhis qrhie qCis
his h is brotherinlaw Brewer in Asia For Fora Fora
a while he resided in Europe and on onJail
j his h is return to America he was K Forty UFortynineI
i n thor in California There he h prac practiced priteiced ¬
t iced law and was a politician and andJuige andjuie anduIge
Juige j It would take a Robert Louis LouisStevenson Louistwensun
j Stevenson S to tell his career In that fron Crontic ron
J tier tic t ier in thai pioneer day dayMr d8yotr dayMr
Mr Lincoln put him on the Supreme SupremeBench SupremeBench
Bench B ench with Ha Oi vis and Miller and he hewaf heWitt heas
waf w as as aMlOemtl oc4atr justice jU ltlce > of the > United UnitedStates UnitalStates Unitedtates
States S < tates Supreme Court for a longer pe perlod period
rlod n od than any other ther man and a period periodsome perl d dMane
s some s ns weeks Yeek greater than Justice JU8U John JohnMarshall Johnl1rshails
j Marshall M s service as Chief Justice of ofthat orthat
that t tribunal tribunalCyrus trlburalGrus tribunalCyrus
Cyrus W V Field achieved more than thanany thanAn thanny
i any An a ny other of the brothers Early in life lifehe liCehe tfe tfee
ah 1 he h e accumulated a fortune and spent spentIt
It all In the novel and seemingly im impossible Impossible ¬
possible p enterprise of the ocean tolo tolograph tolograph
j graph g His efforts in that ebhalf were wereas wereas
as a s heroic as the struggles of Brucd be before be beforo ¬
fore f ore the day of Bannockburn but a ascore ascore
score s of defeats and disappointments disappointmentswore
wore ore ultimately crowned with victory victoryCyrus victoryC3rus victoryyrus
Cyrus C yrus Field was was the pioneer and the thesoul thesoul theoul
soul s of that g Jreat eat venture that required requiredi
ajl a ll the faith and courage that sus sustained MUStalned misamed ¬
tained t < 2 Christopher r Columbus Men Menwould tlenQuid
would have made an ocean cable had hadCyrus badCyrus hadyrus
Cyrus C yrus Field never lived and Europe Europewould Europewould Europeould
would w ould have discovered ctl co rt d America had Co ColumtHitf Columbu
lumtHitf l never eve been born but the th name nameOf ltameor Namef
Of o f Columbus C llrnbus IK linked to one enterprise enterpriseand
and a nd the name of Meld Jolf > ld must mu ever be beassociated bea
associated a IKted with 1th tbe other otherEmillatJU
Emilia EmillatJU Ann Field jt > ld was the t second child chlWand childand childnd
and a nd eldest t laughter of David Field She
became b ecame On th wife irf of Rev Jo Jo Iah iah Brew Brewer Brewer ¬
er e r and to them were ere hors he seven child children children ¬
ren r ea amonjt them David J Brewer born bornune
June J une 30 O U87 at Smyrna Art AMa Minor Minorwhere Minorwhere
where here his parents were then stationed stationedas
as 5 missionaries mlonar of the Church of Christ Christthat CbnsLthat Christhat
that t publicity could be largely 1ar ely invoked invokedn
in i n its control controlIn cont controlIn rot rotr
In r n commenting on the deatfi of Justice JusU
Brewer the Rev He Dr Samuel H Wood Woodrow Woodrow 900d 900drow
row pastor of the th First Congregational Co repatloaltl
Church where he Justice Brewer worship worshiped ¬
ed 4 stated tvu t t the Jurist will 1 1missed b OnJhlr Ad sadly Y
missed Th The Brewer BIble SWe Claw CI will willmiss m mtn
tn m miss iss him raid ald Dr Woodrow WoodrowI oodrow oodrowI
I p perSOnally iiMHi y fee r 1 that 1 have hv lost a
true fntnd frt ad and an able counselor in my
w work rk k The 1 he church has ha suffered a severe
loss in the U death of this great man
Justice Brewer was a member mber of the
First Congregational COII egational Church Besides his hisong
lorn long l ong years yeti rs of service IIfr ce as a teacher of ofthe o othe
the Bible class h he had been Identified Idntl I
largely Jargel l with nationwide religious 1 lous move movements moHnKnts movemonte ¬
monte He was a vice k president > lIt of f the
American Missionary Association iation and at a aone
one time vice Ice president and a moving
spirit of trr tl t National atonal Home Mission
Society SocietyBREWER Skt SktBRETER SocfrtyBREWERA
Seldom has a jurist given lven such wide wideand wideand Ide Ideand
and unfagging attention to popular popularmoveir populrmoen popularmoveir
moveir ents and taken such a personal personalinterest penonalIntereal personalinterest
interest in economic social and re religious rf1IKIous religious ¬
ligious work as Justice Brewer BrewerHe BrewerHe BrewerHe
He was closely cl 13 associated with the thedevelopment thldeekopment thedevelopment
development of Washington philan philanthropic Jhllanthr philanthrepic ¬
thropic thr plc work ork and kept in close touch touchwith touchwitb touchwith
with religious work workPerhaps WorkPerhaJHI workPerhape
Perhaps his meet t notable Ic service servicewas servlcwa servicewas
was wa a as president of the Associated A lated
Charities which hkh of ofdcf nee he held con continuously contlnuously continuously ¬
tinuously since 1M3 During Durtn his term termthe termthf erie eriethe
the association extended its activity activityover activit activitoer activityover
over a much broader field and two twoother toother twoother
other organization or anlzatlonfl the Association Associationfor I
for the Prevention of Tuberculosis Tuberculosisand
and the Washington Playground As Association AMsodaUon Assedation ¬
sedation were ere thedirect the direct outcome of ofwork ofwork r rwork
work begun In committees organized or anlz anlzby
by Justice Brewer BrewerInterested BreerInterested BrewerInterested
Interested in Playgrounds PlaygrsnadsThe PJaygr8uHdsThe
The tuberculosis tub cul08is work and playground playgroundmovement play playgrountmovement u umovement
movement were two of the first features featuresthat fMtureaJthat eatur C Cthat
that engaged Justice Ju Uce Brewers Brewe attention attentionIn
In the next year Camp Good Will Ut was wasfounded Waifounded s sfounded
founded and there was opened the lire Jireifree ft lirefree l lfrei
free dispensary for consumptives consumptivesUnder consumptivesLooer conaumptiveaUnder
Under his administration admlnl lratlon K committee committeewas
was organized of to conduct an investiga inve tJla ¬
Hon of house conditions and to prone
the wife wlf desertion
and nonsupport rec record reon r rord ¬
ord of the District The latter gave < ave e erise
rise rI to the passage pa88a < e of the present non nonsupiiort nOflIIUPJtOrl nonsupport
support law 1 in 1S05 1S05Justice ftiIJustice ioe ioeJustice
Justice Brewer was instrumental in ii S
founding foundfn the Juvenile Court and was wasa wa as C Cmoving I Ia
a moving spirit in the campaign to ob obtain oItaln ot ottam ¬
tain tam a compu com compaiory JI M > ry school attendance C
law in the tt Capital CapitalMen CapitalMen CapitalMon
Men who worked with him in chari charitable charltabJe charitable ¬
table enterprises paid tributes to him himtoday himtuday t
today His dministratkm of the As Associated Ascialed Assedated ¬
sedated cialed Charities WAil marked by close closepersonal clotepersonal a apersonal
personal attention despite the numerous numerousether numerousether S Sother
ether calls made upon his time He Hevisited H S SvIitod
visited i lted the various districts of the as association a8soclation assoclation ¬
soclation and in talk with ith agents learn learned learned learned ¬
ed at first hand conditions c among the thecity thecity th e eeityu
city poor poorActive poorActive poorActive
Active in Church Work WorkDuring WorkDurinu
During Durln this time Justice Brewer was wasassociated wit S Sassociacd I
associated alsocla d with national ar aid > d local re religious ¬ I Ilglous
ligious work in the Congregational Congregationalchurch I Ichurch
church urcb He was a member of several severalnational severs severspatina
national mission boards and was fre frequently frequently
quently Qu > nth called upon to address meet meetIngs mcetIngs meethugs
Ings in the th interests of home houu and for foreign forel fo foein
eign el n missions and for church extension extensionJustice extensionJusticE I IJUStICO
Justice Brewur was a deeply interested interestedin 41 41in
in the development dc lopment of English liters literature Ute Uteture I Iture ¬
ture and he was as a member of a IHerary IHerarysociety JltenilYf literar literarsociety
society f l tv formed of a number of Wash Washingtons Vaskingtons ash ashIngto ¬
ingtons Ingto s most prominent literary men menand menAnd ins n nif
and women that met at the homes homesits of ofIts ofIts
Its members membersDuring membersDuring
During the term of lila lectures > s nt ntGeorge atGeorJc tt ttGeorge
George Washington University he at attracted attracted a ameted ¬
tracted to his classes many man established establishedlawyers estahUshedlaYers ie i
lawyers who ho deemed de it a rare privilege privilegeto privUe priviletib e
to listen to his discourses on constitu conslltuUonal i itionni
tional law la laHe
He was a member of o few purely social tOdaJorganizations sod sodorganizations
organizations For many man years ears he h be belunJed b blonged
longed to the Sons of the Revolution RevolutionThe ii iiThe
The justice at various times advocated advocatedlife advocatehife
life insurance as a means o or protec protflion proteion
lion and an he h was wa a trustee of o the Xorth Xorthvvrst Xortl1Wst u usvest
vvrst Mutual Insurance Company Comp l of oft utMilwaukee f
Milwaukee t
Concord Concordnth
k with > nth AraNotch AraNotchEvanston Ara Notch NotchEvanston I IEvanston
Evanston Evanstonwith
with Buttonhole ButtonholeThe Buttonho1eThe ButtonholejMIa
jMIa jMIaThe
The New Summer SummerHigh SummerARRow SummerARROW
High enough to look lookwelllow well welllow low enough enoughtofeel to tofeel tofeel
feel well Plenty of room for tie to slide in
15 cents each each2 2 for 25 cents centsCluett centsCluctt
1 Cluett Peabody pea bod Yt Ytlc fc < Company CaompaDyM I Makers ake r3Troy Troy N J I Y Yx x p ARROW ARR OaW OaWiCUFF iCUFF iCUFF25 CUFFS 25 Cents cen ts tsI
Bowers and Van Devanter DevanterMentioned DevanterMentioned
Mentioned Prominently Prominentlyfor
for Brewers Seat SeatLloyd SeatLloyd SeatLloyd
Lloyd W Yo V Bowers solicitor for the theDepartment theDep theepartment
Department Dep D rtment of Justice and Judge JudReWillig Jud JudgeWillis e evms
Willis vms Van Devanter of the Eighth Eighthjudicial EhhthJudicial Eighthudicial
judicial J udicial circuit are the two men most mostprominently JftOStprominently mostrominently
prominently p mentioned IH WaahingteH WaahingteHtoday Washingtesoday Vlngtentoday
today t as the probable sUCCeSSOr Ml to the theposition tIeposition theposition
position on the United States Slat Supreme SupremeCourt SupreMeCourt Sepromeourt
Court C ourt bench made vacant by Ute death deathof deathuC deathf
of o f Mr Justice Brewer BrewerIt
It Its the general conviction cD vlcUon that this thisappointment tltI tltIalJtOintmenl thisppokntmeat
appointment a must go to the West r be because Meaue because ¬
cause as the personnel of the court courtnow courtnow courtow
now n ow stands there Is no strictly stricti West Western Westm et etern ¬
ern e m man on it it Judre Lurton of Ten Tennessee Tenne ¬
nessee ne n may be regarded as a the west westernmost wes1ernmOltt ¬
ernmost e man manAt manAt
At this time the center of popula population population ¬
tion of the country cou try is regarded regard as a in inIndiana inIndiana Inndiana
Indiana I and it is thought that the thecensus thecen
census cen c u will Ill put it in the western we tern part partof partof
of o f Indiana Geographically therefore thereforeIt
It I t would ould seem to the political prophet prophetsthat prophetthat
that t the new man OR the Supreme SupremeBench SupremeBench supremeench
Bench B ench must come out of the West WestOther eM eMOther
Other Names Mentioned MentionedIn
In support of this opinion te 1 the Sum number Dumber Sumer ¬
ber h er of available Judges In the Veet WestBesides VeetIdea VeetBO5iie
Besides Idea Bowers and Van Devanter Devanterthere Devanlerthere
there t are mentioned Walter H San Sanborn Saaborn
born presiding pre ldln judge of the Etjcth EtjcthJudicial Eigthudicial th thJudklal
Judicial j circuit and Chief Justice Horace HoraceK =
K 1 K Deemer of Iowa lo a In addltkm to tothese tothCtf6 tohese
these t also tbe names of Luke E Wright Wrightand wngtatand Wrightmid
and a mid Secretary of War ar Dickinson have havebeen havebeten haveeen
bl been b een brought bro bt to t the front with 1ritbJist a long longlist Iisgist
list l of leaser lights lightsBat I lightsBit ht htBtlt
Bat the almost general belief I is Ii that thatthe thattM thathe
the t he choice will ultimately lie between betweenUowers betwe betwewes btweealowers
lowers F wes and Van Devanter DevanterIn
In support of Bowers Bow n tit was a i re report rlit rlitport 55port ¬
port in circulation today u boat boatbfen at he had hadbeen hodbeen
been induced to take the uomparattvaly uoeeparttvyngnillcait
insignificant I position of Solicitor SoIlcit Gen General GeIIeral Gesral ¬
eral e ral on the Presidents Pr JtlI promise pro that thatwhen Uthen thatwhen
when hen the oi opportunity arose there woWVd woWVdbe woe woebe
be great rt promotion romoio in store for Mm MmHe WMHe hissHe
He is I ffora Chicago and Is therefore thereforegeographically thers e eeoraptiicalty
geographically within the eondtuoM eondtuoMwhich euMtdoIthieb eosddoawhich
which hieb must be met by the President PresidentHis PrellWeatHis PredestIlls
His ability as a lawyer la1 is regarded r as asof asof
of the highest highestVan htibestVan highestVan
Van Devaater Fr Frm m Wyoming WyomingJudge W8miAgJlk1e VfyemingJudge
Judge Van V Devanter was a member tJl tJlthe ofthe C Cthe
the court which decided the Standard StandardOil
Oil case in favor of the Governments Governmentscontention GovernteentedUoa Governmeatseonteutioa
contention that it was w doing businea busineaillegally bualnesillegally
illegally ana f < < v 0 this t its reason he has a awide a awide
wide t and strong popular following followingfourt
Tit This ens b tOw befo before the SupreMe Supremecurt I
fourt curt hut the selection tlon of Justice
Brewers successor IlWt Sor will in all Il probabilitycome probability probabilitycoioe i
come < > too Ou late mtdet IltId 1 any circumstance tlrcumstanttlofor
for fO time > to affect ECt the appointment of ofan I IVan
Van an Dfvanler Jo aner or to raise ra JM the t question questiontf 11
tf f whether he should participate In the theiii theilia theinal
ilia iii inal l decision ot the Supreme Sdpr Court on onthe onthe
the ruling I ie e helped ht > l to nvtke in the I
lower Ortan > ej ejan ort ortVan
Van an IVvai a ler 1 bI from Wyoming mling and andeven arult arteven
even t eh more than Bower fl the gee georaphkal geelraphkaI O Oraphkal
raphkal requirements r uiremfllta of th t tint > situation
There was was of course COli no intimation
from tb U the White Homes Uxia as oS to wito witomight wit W Wmight +
might 111 flu U the vacancy and and It follows followsa follo folloas
a as a matter of r respect r to the memory ntetDQr
of Justice Brewer that esndldaies esndldaiesihoubt cD < iidto iidtophotiM
photiM not be put hs the t Held at ndtdat81 such u < h au
early date
dateWill I Ihetl
Will Scrutinize Field FieHWhen FieldWhoi
When hetl it corned to the tb matter nf f de deciding i iciding ¬
ciding whether uer Bowers JJowc or Van Devan Devanter 1 eanr an antsr ¬
ter r r kaiK the > hotter hIerstow erhewfer show for the pUc p
it to diyecul M i jet g t too Ui trend of opln
lonfa Ion k the I he elt rkra fadatdtom lIda but it itwoofi itwoalf i C Cwoul
woofi woul 9t llfM i that B
wei weia today t is 1 re regarded r rarckd re regarded ¬
garded arckd as the th strongest ro probability
Moat > Ioit t of the I he tptnlm pini < n8 exprc ezprrqd neo toda todaare tod todar tedsare
are ar founded Otl Pd on o what the fresMen
thought when hen the last vacancy WH M = to
U filled and Justice Lurton finally finall wa waselected W WI4ICCtetS waselected
selected At that time it wa was atl known knownBowers knonBower knownBowers
Bowers and Van an Devanler were er beins beinsseriously b4fn b4fntrerioWlh hetnseriously
seriously considered Onllidftr by b T4r r Taft TaftIt Ta rt rtIt
It I t gem oe without wit hoot ayiiig lt that the I he Presi ¬
dent is t going to look over the held of f fall fall
all n the th available with care before man ma
ing In a dot ision isionOther itcionOUJfr isionOther
Other names nA W1II which hlh have ha hen tw n men mentioned mentionil ¬
tioned tlo as worthy of the President Presidentscrutiny Pr resieIentPenitiny il nt ntIICn1ttn
scrutiny IICn1ttn are tr those > oe of Hams Taylor T tylor < an an1 zmnlJudge l lJudge
Judge John Clinton < Gray Gra of the IhfYork New NewYork I
York coin cf r appeal appea Judge ray ray raya hit hita htO htOa
a strong champion m I Senator Root RootBED RootBAD RootBA
Water Frequently Affg AEgre Aggrevates revatcs te Skin SkinTroubles SkinTroubles Skinronb1es
Troubles TroublesIn ronb1esIn
In certain inland European districts districtswhere ditrktswhere districtswhere
where water ater Is seldom used u for bathing bathingpurposes bathingpurposes
purposes the people are almost Immune immunfrom ImmunpCrom Immunefrom I
from skin affections Tne T best authori authorities authortties ¬
ties now no a azrse ref that 9oa soar and water are areto areto areto
to be avoided in the treatment tret nt of skin
diseases d particularly eczema when hen pres present presellt present ¬
ent in the tb scalp Ip or on the f feet et as water
is an irritant and when not actually
the cause of the disease ctt at least aggra aggravates lLggrYates aggrarates ¬
Yates it For thisreason th this reason prescriptions prescriptionsput pres < rlptlons rlptlonsut
put ut up In liquid or soap p form or con containing c contaming < n ntalntn ¬
taming talntn grease or alcohol have always alwaysfailed 0111085Calltod siwaysfailed
failed failedThe failedThe
The new ne skin remedy poslam is i a aneshcolored afteshcolored afleshcolored
neshcolored ointment oInt nt containing no nogrease noJlese nol
grease Under rnd l ndei Its directions soap and and1water andwattr andwater
water are Ar forbidden It may HIll be used ed on onthe onthE onthe
the tender skin of o infants with soothing soothlnltand soothingand
and beneficial effect eff t and In eczema eczemacases eC eczemaeases ma macases
cases stops the > itching imm ImmfdiattI immediately immediatelyrapidly diately diatelyrapidly
rapidly restoring the skin to its normal normalcondition nonnalcondition normalcondition
condition conditionEvery conditionEvei conditionEvery
Every druggist dn liIt keeps ket > ps both th the > 50c 5Octnl 5Octnlsize 50ccnisize ni nisize
size for minor troubles and the 52 jar jarand jarand jarand
and either of these may be obtained at atOgrams atOgrams atOgrains
Ograms ODonnell s the Peoples Dmtr DmtrStores Dn DnStores DniuStores
Stores and Afflecks as welNas weU e as other otherreliable oherrellablf1 otherrelIable
reliable > drug stores storesBut storeBut storesBut
But no one is even asked d to purchase purchaseposlam punhaseposlam purchaseposlarn
poslam without first ft obtaining a sample samplepackage nmplepackage samplepackage
package which will be < snt ni t by bv mail mallfree mailfree mailfree
free of charge upon request by y the thetyflfth thtEmerJenc3 theEmergency >
Emergency Laboratories 3 West est Twen Twentyfifth Twentyfifth
tyfifth street New York city cityA tit titA cityA
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demonstration dfmon traUon In window windowS windoS windowS
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modeling a Specialty
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to o Go at a Sacrifice SacrificeEntire SacrificeEntir SacrificeEntire
Entire spring stock of Joshua JoshuaWeinbcrg JoshuaWeinberg JoshuaWeinberg
Weinberg to be disposed of by Suc Successors SucIt Successors ¬
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Auxiliary A G A R is an orgaaizatioR orgaaizatioRwhich OrganIZbORwhich orgazsizatioahich
which w hich prides itself upon the success suce6 succe I of ofits otIts ofpatriotic
its patriotic entertainments On Ou ot th thmost u umost theost
most m ost interesting Intere Ung of tb t these ce was the Stars Starsand Starsand Starsd
and an anau d Stripes birthday party which the theauxiliary theauxiliary thexiliary
auxiliary au xiliary gave last night nightAmong n nightAmong bt btAmonb
Among those e contributing to the pro program program proain ¬
gram gr ain of entertainment > nl talnment were Mrs C W WDunlap WDunlap Wunlap
grD grH Dunlap D Mr rfl Edith Emmerson Miss MlseHays 111HHays Missays
Hays H ays Mrs E Scott S tt Miss Clara Necker Neckerand Neckerand Neckerd
and an d Miss 1I8IJ Annie Butler
Outoforder Kidneys are areregulated areregulated areregulated
regulated and Bladder Bladdertrouble Bladdertrouble Bladdertrouble
trouble goes goesA
A real surprise awaits every sufferer suffererfrom suffererfrom suffererront
from f ront k kidney dny or bladder troubl trou WhO wbotakes wbGtakM WhOakes
takes t several doses d SH of Tapes Diuretic DiureticMisery DlureUeMefJ DiuretiCisery
Misery M isery in the back sides or loins sick sickheadache sickheadacbe sickeadache
headache h nervousness rheumatism rheumatismpains rhe rhoNmatiSmains tism tismJHlht8
pains p ains heart palpitations dtzzinesc dtzzinescsleeplessness dlzziftMIIleepluifteu dizziflellleeplessness
sleeplessness s inflamed ftamed or swollen eye eyelids e1elkls 010ds ¬
lids li ds lack of energy and all symptoms symptomsof
of o f outoforder kidneys simply vanish vanishUncontrollable YAnihUnCORtreilabIe vanishUnooatrlIable
Uncontrollable urination especially at atnight atnIght ittight
night n ight smarting offensive oft ft8tve and discol discolored coIored diacolred ¬
ored o red water and other bladder blaG er misery miseryads mi
ads adsTke
The moment you you suspect t kMaey or orurinary orurhMuy orrinary
urinary u disorder or fe feel l any rheuma rheumatism rbeumaUaIa rheumsism ¬
ism t begin taking tak this harmless medt medtctee tctIte Medilue
ctee c lue with the knowledge e that there is >
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p m Saturdays s30 s a m to 12 12m 12m 1 1in
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Examinations UOM for the position of oftrained oCtrafaecl ofraised
trained nurse in the isthmian canal canalPhilippine auwJPhtllppiM canalPhilippine
Philippine and Indian services will be beheld beheld beheld
held by the United States Civil Service ServiceCommission SenrkeComml ServiceCommission
Commission Comml ton on April 13 13 in two or three threecities th thdtJes threacities
cities af f each State tate in the Union Union2Jur UnionUtfCl UnionNurmem
2Jur Nurmem UtfCl entering enteri the Indian service serviceOm re receive recefyc ¬
ceive iom Om e i5 to 7 720 per year The en entrance entrtnre entrance ¬
trance salary for the Philippine service
is 30 t per month for fix Ix months when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the salary la increased to 169 I and in the th
isthmian i hmlan canal service nurses upon en entering entering ¬
tering receive S 511 per month monthu
A Few Doses End Kidney Misery MiseryAnd MiseryAnd MiseryAnd
And Make Lame Backs Feel Fine
no other remedy at any price made madeanywhere madeanywhere
anywhere anyw ere else e els In the world which will willeffect willeffect WI WIeffect
effect so thorough and prompt a cure curea cureas cureas
a as a ftttyceat ftyce t treatment treat rmt of o Pape Pap4fs x Dlu DIuI DIuIretlc thuretle f fretie
retie which any druggist d ca supply ilUpPlyIt f fIt IIt
It is needless to feel miserable and andwotried andVOl andwot
wotried VOl sled because this unusual
prepara preparation preparatIeR preparatiosi ¬
tIeR goes at once to the outoforder outoforderkidneys outotorderktdtte78 outoforderkidneys
kidneys and urinary system distribut distributing tlhltrlbatIts distributbeg ¬
beg its cleansing cIeaneIn healing and strength strengthening atreagtheralns strengthenhig ¬
ening influence directly dlre < 1y upon the or organs organs orgaas ¬
gans and glands affected and com completes complet08 cornpiston ¬
piston the th cure before tore you realize it itYour It ItYour Itour
Your our physician pharmacist banker or orany oran oran
any an mercantile agency ag DeY will tell you that thatPap thatPapu thatPape
Pap Thompson Papa Pa of Cincinnati Cincinnatiis
is a large and responsible medicine con concern concern n ncern ¬
cern thoroughly worthy of vaur confl confly confidance
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taking Papes Diuretic and a few days daystreatment daystreatment daystreatment
treatment will make ke any one feel fine fineAccept AAeAeeesK fineAccept
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cent treatment treatmentany taftJ any drug store storeany storeanywbere WeDy any anywhere ¬
where in 1 the world
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