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SUGGESTIONS HOW WOMEN RELIEF. MAY FIND v f f .r-w t i ... w . ''.ni-mi f 9JnJitffotme j MtxTitttt Hart J While no woman U entirely free from Krlodlcal suffering, it doe not seem to the plan of nature that women noma euner ao severely, im aavem atraln on a woman'a Tltallty. When pain exists something la wrong which ahonld be aet right or It will lead to aerlona derangement of the whole female organism, Thonaanda of women hare testified In grateful letters to Mrs. Plnkham that Lydla E. Plnkham'a Vegetable (Jompouna overcomes wnw s opwisi mini m.iA Ittfl ties. It provide a aafe and an re way of escape xrom aiasi-essing ana usugwvu. weakneaaea and discsees. The two following lettera tell ao vinolngly what Lydla B. Plnkham'a Veiretable Compound will do for women, they eannot fail to bring hope to thonaanaa oi sunerera. Miaa Nellie Holmes, of MO N. Division Street, Buffalo, N. Y writes: " Yourroedwlne la Indeed en ideal medicine for women. I suffered misery for year with painful periodi, hesdschei, and bearing-down pains I oomulted two different physicians lena inimwo W. IUA tn t anv relief A f ri eaet advised me to try Lydla S. Plnkham 'i Vegetable uompouno. 1 ma w, sjki m ium ejfforasldid before. MyperioaisrenaHireii every ache and pain la gone, and my general health ! much Improves, lenvueau women who suffer to take Lydla B. Pinkham's Vege table Compound Mr. Tlllie Hart, of Larlmore, N. D., write:. Dear Mrs. Plnkham: " I might have been spared many months of suffering and pain had I only knownof the Compound sooner: for I hare Mm so many rameaus wuuous oeip. - r hmajWI the eminienh of every month. as it meant so much pain and suffering for me, but after I had used the Compound two monies l oenune reguie rwm sui now perfectly well and free from psin. I am very grateful for what Lydla B. Pinkham's VegeUble Compound has don for Such testimony ahonld be accepted by all women a convincing evidence that Lydla B. Plnkham'a Vegetabl Compound stands without a peer aa a remedy tor au Uie aunreawug turn si women. ' The auoeeaa of Lydla B. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound rest upon the well-earned gratitude of American vniMB. r When Women are troubled with pain or irregularities, displacement or ul ceration of the organs, that bearing down feeling, inflammation, backache, bloating (or flatulency), general debil ity, indigestion and nerroua prostra tion, or are neaet wiin eucn eyuiuwjma aa dizaineaa, falntneaa, laaaituda, ex nltahllltv. Irritability, nervousness. sleeplessness, melanoholy, they should remember mere is one inea ana true remedy. Lydla E. Plnkham'a Veiretable Comnound at once removes auoh trouble. Refuse to buy any other medloine, for yon need the beat. Ttnn't hesitate to writ) to Mr. Plnkham If there 1 anything; about your alckneaa yon do not understand She will treat you with kindness and her advice ll free. No woman ever regretted writing her and she haa helped thouaana. Aaureea iyun, iuh of suffering and pain bad 1 only unownor we mtRrmKt iJ Lvdle E. Pinkham's Veiretable Ask In. Plnkkaoi't Advk-A Wnm Bert VaderttudJ tfwua'i mil HELD A SECRET MEETING Ih Cuban Llbtrtli Are Dissatisfied with Governor Magoon. DeeUe Wetlfr tke Oereraer el tha Party's Dlsaatlsfaetlra with Reseat Aayolnimeate, Havana, Nov. J. The growing sen timent of dissatisfaction among liber aii la consequence of lack of success of their effort to Induce Gov. Ma goon to dismiss moderate from Im portant posts la the Insular adminis tration, replacing them with liberal, crystallised Thursday night at a se cret meeting of tht liberal committee on appointment. There were pres ent Pino Guerre, Alfredo Zayas, Jos Manuel Gomel, Jose 1. Monteagudo, General Castillo, Rafael Duany, and representatives from all th province. Special objection was mad to th re appointment of a polio captain nam ed Reguera, a moderate, who recently baa been reinstated la office, and to the appointment of various minor of ficials in the custom bouse. The re appointment of Reguera wa particu larly obnoxious to the liberals. Up to th present time the leader of the Liberal party have protested that they did not seek office and were entirely willing to abide by th (elec tion made by Got. Magooo. The meeting Thursday, however, I a re sult of pressure brought to bear by applicant for office, and It wa de cided to appoint a committee to call on the governor, express th partjr's dlsaatlafactlon with recent appoint a,. nU and make a strong anneal for E3 -.. HilMawaeaS c:j Ve:&:.t:s Dr. Sbocp's Right Cart Sooth, Eeil tod Cora while tht Patient Sleep Tke bust nniedr wkleh tfiretaHtas kaew for PVmle Tmable a cmnpONed oi vt of a e-rtaio white Ulr. To Ukli em ugiled MbM rmKie wbleh ere tntmwd ie drew out the x'lM)iti end bl the ln&Mnd mtntrvie. I'l" ftnoir.ir.f titur)Ufl locl epiuMmttoa U kaowa b d':w.'nl" end phrftiotent everrwbere ee LIL ftHre Ni&ht ecu a bereuM It eoree the reobgnltloh'of liberal aapirant to various Important poets. Hitherto Got. Magoon ha shown no haste in making appointment, filling only auch seemed particularly necessary. It ha been expected for some time pact that th patience of th liberal soon would be exhausted aa time went by and they were not liven office, and that tep would be taken to bring pressure to bear on the governor. WARMED THE DYNAMITE. Tea ftleke of Baalealve Caweed Dis aster to Groap ef Lahore re at Plttebarar, Pa..V. Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. t. On Italian laborer was Instantly killed, one is missing and thought to have been blown to pieces, two are fatally hurt and fifteen other are seriously In jured by the explosion of ten stick of dynamite shortly after noon Thurs day In Carrlck borough. The vic tim were laborer on a sewer and were seated around a tire eating. One of the men had placed the dynamite ear the fire to take the frost out ant no attention wa given It Without warning there wa a terrific explosion In the center of the group around the (Ire. ' Several of the Injured had legs and arm blown off and on man had hi eye blown out On man ha not been accounted for and It I thought a wa blown to atom. etereea Hie alarr. Lincoln, Neb, Nov. . Congress man Srnest U. Pollard of the First Nebraska district haa cent a draft for ll.8ol.lt to Seargeant-at-Arma Ceeson of th national house of rep resentatives. The turn represent talary paid Mr. Pollard aa a congress man from March 4 to July IS, 1901. Aa he wa tint elected oa the latter date at a special election to fill the unexpired term of Elmer J. Burkett, hi right to th salary for th period when he waa technically not a mem ber wa questioned, and was made an Issue la the campaign Just closed. Mr. Pollard wa re-elected hurt Tuesday. b!ie the Dfttlftut Ifw find tbe Ptn.tfe6 . e ...-hsrrwe. t:-d. 1'T UW Bvr know e . an thw miner ncuid. be -r ee m " lli'WIT -nl tV'! tlvcn Mid th loft- Imtiunwatiiote, k tf ntrtTrloBk, rw l ck. ttf Ant tw in eiriic ftuvthr ol r r bi rr !":' tjrrtnefvir --.'itt wimmn ui r to keif. It t t BB B ihltl I' . i ffr M MUaerl 0tv aPiexgitHaig St Louii. Not. 8. Tak'ng testimony ta tht ontter pmcpodlngs tattHuted by th ittti of Missouri amlnst the SUBdard, WstertvPlercA Oil com pantes vaa returned Tburmdty before Special Commlaaloaer Anthony. C U Aokert, teneral nuiaafer of the Watere-Pleroe oomvay, waa on the taad for MTeral houra, teaUfylnf re fardfoff the iHHlneaa methoda of the oompaay. i...::;;otoliiti California Hotel Building in Course of Construction Fall With out Any Warning. mi DEAD, I'm INJURED rv k (T'-tit. b'it Twmtm i pegifjayaat PrektMl ftUlM. Panama, Nov. t. Th aet tonal -mbty haa unanimously approved a bill prohibiting gambling In tie re paella It will sow be stgned by Amador and gambling o tb athms will eeeome a tbleg of the past Gambling I already bso lattly prohibited la th caaal tone. learlr 10 Workasea Were Carrie Down la Batae ol levea Itorv traetai at tum -Ou Mlaalaat, . Long Beach, Cat.. Nov. 10. With no warning aav the crle of the work men who first felt th floor tag be neath their feet, fire -stories of th central wine of the new 1760,000 Bi by hotel collapsed at 1:31 Friday morning, carrying nine men to death In the ton of " tangled wreckage. About ISO artisan and laborer were i.-atlered through th structure at the jor-oat It fell and of these nearly a .andred were carried down in the ruin. ' -', .- ' Seven bodies have been recovered from ibe mass of debris In the base ment and one of the Injured died late Friday afternoon at the Long Beach hospital. The last two victim were found at I o'clock Friday evening and the rescue crew are (till at work In the hope of uncovering the body of another man supposed to be burled there. Nine Injured workmen are be ing cared for at the hospital,' but ll I believed that all will recover, au of the men on the contractor rolls are accounted for save one, (upposed to be still in the ruin. ,' . Immediately after the - collapse of the structure hundred of by-atanders lent willing aid In the work of rescue. The Southern Pacific Salt Lake and Pacific electric railroad sent crew of laborers to the scene and under the direction of City Marshal Toung, May or Down and Contractor Spalding the task of removing the wreckage was begun. Company H, Seventh regiment, N. Q. C was called out and line were thrown about the building, all but the rescuers being excluded. Pitiful scenes were enacted among tha throng who stood outside the line waiting tor new. An aged mother sat all day long on the bluff overlooking the hotel, weeping and watching for the body of her eon. Five time the stretcher bearer were called and headed by a Catholic priest, a little procession emerged from the building to where the undertaker wagon were waiting. At the tint call for help the women of Long Beach began preparing food tor tha rescuer and established com missary table near the building. When It became apparent that the bottom of the ruin would not be reached Friday night the lights were Placed over th wreckage that tha work might not be interrupted. Late In the day the Salt Lake railroad brought a steam crane to the bluff behind the hotel, where It could be used to move the heavier piece o? wreckage. , , " Conflicting cause are assigned for the collapse of the central wing, and to Investigate the disaster a commis sion of architect and engineer was appointed. .0 The new hotel 1 built on th beach and stand facing the ocean. To this tact contractor A. F. Spalding attri butes the disaster claiming that the tooting were insecure and weakened the structure. John A. Austin of the firm of Austin Brown, architect for the building ascribes the disaster to th prema ture removal of the supports of the concrete work on' the fifth floor, al leging that the cement ha been given bdt three Instead of M week to 'aet" " ' : Almost without exception the men contend that the building fell from the top, carrying th .lower floor with It The , Sreeiteet Menee-olr. El Paso, Nov. 10. What la per haps th greatmt monopoly of Its kind la the world haa Just been ac quired by Joha C. Miller, a mining en flneer of El Paao, Texas, through ooncesaloa granted- by the government of th republlo of Mexico, to th ex elusive fishing rights on th west coast of Mexico from Quaymaa oa th orta to Mansanlllo on the south, and oa th east coast from Parallel M on the north to the bay of Campeche on the south. Including all the rivers, bays, inlet and also th lake for iO mile Inland. This covers, per haps the finest fishing and oyster ter- Itory la th world. Hecre akele a Priest. Huron, 8. D., Nov. 10. A crowd of negro kiborera on a southbound Mil waukee train Friday morning quarrel ed over a game of cards. - Rev. John Phelan, a Catholic priest of Sibley, la., who formerly lived in Sioue City, tried lo quiet the' trouble when one of the negroes drew a revolver and tired, one that taking effect la the right aide it th priest's head. He waa taken te l hospital ia Mitchell. The wound ia not regarded a serious. Eight of the aegroea were taken Into custody at Wolsey. The prioat will prosecute tbent. o:e Lfliv Liie::ti, llinneaoplii Federal Grand Jury Reporta Reaulta of Inveetiga - tion of Grain Rebates. TKE RAILROADS SURPRISED Had o .Bxweete ' ledlrlmenle Aa-atiiat Tkeesselvee demla - e-lnae ul ladlwMaala ,., ' Alee lavelveeV. Minneapolis. Minn.. Nov. . Eleven indictment war handed to Juurt Locfarau in the United Bute district court Thursday afternoon and they cover the giving of rebates by certain railroads and the receiving of the same by grain firms and Individuals. Toe list of corporations against which the indictments were returned a given out- by Assistant District. Attorneys Ewart and Dickie, who have bad oharge of cases were as follow Tha Great Northern Railroad com. pany, four Indictment and about it counts. The Chicago, St Paul Oma ha railway, one Indictment and SO counta. Wisconsin Central railway, one Indictment, 17 counts. Minneap olis A St. Louis railway, one Indict ment, 5 counta, Tha .Indictment against the rail road charge tha- giving of rebate and under the head of receiving rebates the following true bill were returned. W. P. Devereaux company, Mccauii Dtnsmore company, Minneapolis Ames Brook company, Duluth; Duluth Mill ing company. Some of tha specific charge con tained In the Indictment were against the Great Northern railway, two In dictments for giving rebate to tha Su perior Grain company; one tor giv ing rebate to the McCaull Dlnamore company and for giving rebates to the Spencer Grain company. Th Omaha Railroad, the Wisconsin Central, the Minneapolis V 8L Louis were charged with favoring tha Bpen- oer Grain company. The companies Indicted who are not railroad compa nies are charged with receiving re bate. . Besides the corporations Indictment were returned against eleven Individ ual officers of the railroads named, but United States District Attorney Houpt aald he would not consent to the names being given out for publi cation owing to the fact that no ser vice had yet been obtained upon them. The general offence alleged In the railroad Indictments, I the absorption of grain elevation charge. , After the bunch of Indictment bad ben given out to the court tha jur or wer excuaed tor the term and told to convene again la St Paul That a further and more searching investi gation Into th rebate question will be mad I not denied by Assistant Unit ed State District Attorney Ewart and further revelation are expected to be made at the next littlng of th grand Jury. . Perhap the most lurprlaed people of all were tha railroad, for none of those Interested expected Indictments be brought Bach company had made it best endeavor to disclaim any criminality In its relation with the grain companies. The grand Jury ha been almost In continuous session on the rebate bus iness except for a short recess and to look Into the matter of naturali sation frauds and It 1 understood that Indictment under this head were returned, but a they were against In dividual on which service was to be bad no Information was mad public. It I aald that aome matter of a aen aatlonal nature -will bo mad public when th cases are -brought before th court , . Ckewsred with Tens 1 Wichita, Nov. (.Frank. Ellsworth and Jo Burk, were arreated here Thursday charged with the murder of young man named Dockray, near Amarlllo, Texas, four month ago. He wa but aeen alive la their company and $100 he waa known to have had was missing whea hi body waa found Cleree lull erw. Idaho Spring. Col.. Nov. I. Ia noma anaooountabl manner th Alpine Conoentratiag mill In this city caught Or Thursday ' and oootenta- wer completely destroyed. Only the small efTJe building, artuated 100 feet from th mala itruetura waa aaved, Taelr lavitatwa" Aeecvtea, kfUikogee. L T, Nov. 10. The Invi tation extended by th Muskogee Com mercial club for th meeting of the na tional convention of tha Good Road association wa accepted Friday and will be held December, a, I and 7. For Emergencies at Home . For the Stock on the Farm SloaKs LiiimeRt Is a whole medicine chest Price 25c 50c 6 HOO Send For Free) Booklet on Hor4,Cotile.Hofi tsTbuuVy Address Dr Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass' . erwierwewrW'ee?.iiii)ii Rum , ?Qwvvf When You .riB - USE THE : -. -w l TRY C0.1 TOLL LINES Rag TTininmprir.' M , ., ii"." -t .. ; ... Reasonable Rates, Quickest Service. BROWN TELEPHONE CO. COLORADO RATEO $16.40 to Denver, Colorado Spring, Pueblo, and Re turn. Ticket on sale November 10, 12 and 13, 1906. - - to Denver and Return. Tickets on sale every day, November 1, 1906, to May 81, 1907. to Colorado Spring and Return. -Tickets oa sale every day, November 1, 1906, to May 81, 1907. " to Pueblo and Beturn. Tickets on sale every day, November 1, 1906, to"" May 31, 1907. . Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo: One way Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays, Novem ber, 1906, to Maroh, 1907. UNION PACIFIC. -. iNQinaa or ? :. - ,..:.'., J. W. BROOKS, Agent. " $22.90 $23.00 $23.00 $11.70 XDTKER CA2IXET CHAKGE Garfield t Succeed Hitchcock la Interior Department Terse Ret .. Daree. London, Nov. I. The for. 1 re office uys tber la absolutely ao fonniSation or th report that Lord Curxoa is o succeed ambassador Dumnd. alien Baee Free Pitts field, liasa. Nov. 10. an nouncement waa made Friday by of ficials of the Aero club of America that next rear's balloon race for the j tinea Gordon Bennett cup will be held la 81 Louie. Leaa.e'e new Vmrtt Hare. Loodoa. Nov. 10. 8lr William Tr loar'a term of office a lord mayor of Loodoa wa Inaugurated Friday with th time honored pageant The streets, a asuaL wer brilliantly deo-o-mtcd. Herbert Keel Isslth, Sew auet, Will Arelate Oea saleaieMr'et CovmeMrttema. Washington, Nov. 8. Secretary of the Interior Bthan Allen Hitchcock will retire from President Roosevelt's cabinet oa the fourth of next March and James R. Garfield of Ohio, at present, commissioner of oorporatlona, will luoceed him. Herbert Knox Smith, now assistant commissioner of corporations will be appointed to Mr, Garfield' place. These ehangea and that of the retirement of Com missioner Richards of the general land office on March 4 wer announced la a statement from the Whit house Wednesday. Th statement aays re garding Mr. Hitchcock: The secretary of th Interior. Mr. Hitchcock, haa Informed the president that he would b unable to stay af ter March 4. Mr. Hitchcock haa for soma time felt that the very exhaust ing work he ha been engaged la for over eight year In th Interior department waa wearing oa him ao a to make It Impossible for him much longer to remain. At the president's earnest request he consented to ao cept a reappointment on March 4, 1W5 at the time of the presidents Inaugu ration. But he then stated that he could not aay bow long be could ttay and be feela bow that n must la slat oa being relieved after March t The president urged hla to accept Ui ambassador to France, but Mr. Hitchcock was, obliged lb refuse the offer." . , . Mr. Smith haa filled the position of assistant commissioner of corpora tions since August IS, 1903,- He waa appointed from Connecticut Ms ta Isarsas Osaart. Washington, -Nov. 8. The Presi dent Wednesday announced the ap pointment of Attorney uenerai wu rtam Henry Moody of Maaaachaaetta a Justice of the supreme court of th United State, to succeed Jostle Hen ry Billing Brown, who retired com time ago. Mr. Moody ha filled the office of attorney general slno July 1. 1904. Previous to that time h had served for more than two year a secretary of th navy, h Has aiso represented his stats la the Fifty fourth, Fifty-fifth. Fifty-sixth and . Fifty-seventh congresses. It la gear eraUy expected that Mr. Moody will retire from the Department of Justice the latter part of December. - lasae the IrMn Teeser. Atlantic City, N. J, Nov. 1 After a stormy aoene, lasting several hours, the coroner's jury late Wedneslny night agreed to place the blame for the Thoroughfare wreck of Sunday, October It, upon Daniel Stewart, the aged bridge tender. The jury disa greed oa macr'polnta. According to the coroner, Stewart will be arrest ed on the charge of criminal aogll geace. jf, t .il.JL-. Cassae A doss it bed t!:"i :1 vmmy most severe c:.:s tcfora Eon:!: , TTutseMaslvlTtsetef fbeerede rmBtasd rtsiaa Si 4 bees tke k-uTerms save kM rewrsued bv tiie ese-itcsj srofi5 eesturies. Piae-siea t v" - i Tu m r w refers. , tsi. ti. auK-kae,k..4!:ry, ,sM,i3.acaiK s-eeRiatK Trea),iss, n. cve ibs A ,pTrm A (TMI7.' et' ae ' s -. mt M, sLsst'