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ABILESE WE22LT BZ7LECT03, AEHE3TE, KANSAS, MAT 2, 1807.
I Rare Opportunity , : li hen offered to the Sick and Suffering Our Community. HAD REFLECT and ACT carefully thoroughly accordingly VISITING SPECIALISTS ju ; ;; ;V no m, Cleveland Institute of Medi cine and Surgery, legally ohsrtered end Incorporated, CLEVELAND, OHIO, will pay their first viilt to ABILENE, KANSAS, and will be at the PACIFIC HOTEL MONDAY, MAY 6TH. Tell your Sick Frlendi COT A LOVE FEAST Warrior, Life iMoraaca Factions Appear Before Committee ox ;., HevTwklegiiUtare. OPPOSE THE it ONE DAY ONLY ,' A. M. It) 7i3 P. FREE Thle InitltuM, composed of groiv af regularly, graduated, phyelciane and , surgeons, licensed, legally chartered end Incorporated under the lawt of the State of Ohio, tends at Iti own ex- pense theee eminent medical special Jen in order to introduce the neweet methods and dlecoveriea in medicine and surgery auch at the ayatem of treatment under X ray, Violet ray, Finaen ray, Hydrotherapy, Etc., to five to thoae who call on the above date, consultation, examination, ad vice and all mediclnea required to complete a cure, absolutely free. These specialists will diagnose yout case and give you the benefit of theit kill and medical knowledge. There la in this case no experiment ing or guest work at your expense. ' You will be told whether you can be .cured or not If your caae la curable -' they will put you under treatment im mediately! If Incurable they will give Ton auch advice as may prolong your life. Their treatment alwaya gives ejulck relief, and ultimately positively cures. Being prepared to cope with each Individual caae the human aya tem la thoroughly cleansed of the disease in a natural and direct manner ' and Improvement la noticed at once; ' even the worst cases are treated with out any inconvenience to the patient or the pursuing of hit or her dally vocation. If you are improving under your Jamlly physician, do not come and take up their valuable time, aa they absolutely refuse to treat any one who launder the care of the local physi cians. They wish besides to give each patient plenty of time and their undivided attention, but cannot listen to long atoriea not pertaining to your trouble. They have discarded the old methods and remedies used for agea by the medical world, and which It , would be folly to depend upon any longer, for they are not known to cure, as thousands die, depending on them for relief. The following list of diseases only are taken under treat anent, to-wltt Diseases of the Nervous System, Heart, Stomach, Lungs, Kid' eye, Catarrh, (purulent or dry), Con. sumption, Epilepsy, Deafness, Diseases of Women, Tumors, Pseu'do Cancers, Piles, of a Chronic Nature only. They : treat Deafness by an entirely new nothod, and hearing in many caeca la '? restored at once. Catarrh in all Ita ' . varied forma, Ilka other diseases If once taken under treatment, era cured permanently to remain to and to never return. It matters not whom you have seen, or with whom treated, do ot fall to call, aa a visit will cost you aothlng, and may restore yon to health, or even aava or prolong your life, aa thousands of persons will test ify by unassailable testlmonlala In all parts of the country. If you suspect ' Kidney Trouble bring a two ounce bottle of your Urine for chemical and ' anlcroecoplcal analysis. f . REMEMBER: The free offer la during thle visit only, and will not be repeated. Persons commencing treat ment upon their future viaita, will be required to pay, but not one cent will be ea eked from thoae commencing treatment during thle visit for any anedlclne) necessary to effect a curat Irrespective of your position In life, or the number of those who come oa above data. Whensoever, or by whom wanted, a positive guarantee to cure will be given under their ayatem of treatment. Those having long standing and complicated dlsaaase who have failed to get well and be come discouraged, are particularly In vited to calL NOTICE:-Marrled ladies, without their HUSBANDS, and mlaora with out their FATHERS, will positively not be admitted to consultation, un ieae accompanied by one of their local phyaiciane. Office Hourst A. M. to T M P. M. IX)NT FORGET THK DATE. Attorney Untermyer Makee Charges of fraud in Recent ejection or vi- ' floe re Denied by Company y '' golleltor. ' Albany, N. T. April .-The New Tork Life Insurance company, atuunj Life and Baultable. the association of Ufa Insurance presidents, the inter national policyholders committee ana the special boards of elections inspec tors ' were represented weaneaun ale-ht at the lolnt session of the sen ate and assombly Insurance committees when a hearing waa had on the two bills which would amend the new in- turance laws by the Armstrong com mittee. One bill would change the procedure In connection with election! of director of mutual life insurance companies, the other would amend the penal code to as to compel testimony In connection with ehargea of unlaw ful rebating while still protecting the witness against the use of hit testi mony against himself in subsequent criminal proceedings. 1 Both aides were given until Monday to file proposed amendment to the pending bllla. During the hearing there were tilts between Mr. Untermyer and the rep resentatives of the Insurance companies during which charge! were' made of unfair tactics In the conduct of the campaign for both (idea of the recent election. General Solicitor McKeen of the Mutual condemned the proposition to give the superintendent of Insur ance power to make rules for the con duct of elections of directors. "Charges have been made," he aaid, "of fraud and forgery In connection with the re oent election of dlrectora. After a personal and minute investigation and out of the thousands of votes cast for the administration ticket, I find only one ballot to which there could be the slightest question." Mr. Untermyer broke In with a re tort that "60,000 would be nearer." Judge Steele of the New Tork Life declared that the new law had not been given a thorough test and should not be amnded at this time. He questioned the right of the legislature to forbid voting by proxies. Mr. Untermyer said he had affida vits from 20 states showing that ad ministration ballots had been forged. The charges and countercharges which hare been exteralvely published during the Insurance campaign were reiterated. RECEIVERS FOR BREWERS Kanied by Kansas Supreme Court to Take Charge of Property- Allen, Whltcomb and Carver of Tons- ka Milwaukee Brewerlea Pre- psrj to Fight Proceedings Topeka; April IB. The supreme court Wednesday appointed Judge 8. H. Allen, 0. W. Whltcomb and Judge T. F. Garter all of- Topeka aa recelv era for the Kanaaa property of the brewing companies agalnat which oust er proceedings have been filed to pre vent their continuing business in the Hate In defiance of the prohibitory law. The court fixed tne joint bond t the three receivers at $45,000 which waa furnished. Aa toon aa the receivers are formal ly In charge they will take steps to itate the nuisances which have been louriehlng In different places which ire owned or controlled by the brew- re. This will mean the closing ol 'he brewery-owned Joints in the itate and It la believed that this will uclude the majority of places now In peratlon in Atchison, Leavenworth Pittsburg, Topeka and some other towns. In Wichita the saloons ai rndy have closed and It la understood ',at the fixtures have been moved rom the state. Milwaukee, April 25. Represents Lives of Milwaukee breweries which tre parties to the receivership at To ieka, Kan., assert that they will fight he proceeding to the court of last re fort. They claim that the step taken 3 unconstitutional. . Unveiling of McClellan Statue. Washington, April 29. The moat Interesting feature of the 37th annual reunion of the Society of the Army of the Potomac this week will be the un veiling on May 2 of the heroic bronze equestrian statue of General George B. McClellan, organizer and first com mander of the army of the Potomac. President Roosevelt will make the prinolpal speech and addresses also will be made by Generals BicKies, Howard and Dodge. About 5,000 troops, regulars and militia will parti cipate In the ceremonies. The reun ion is to begin on May 1 and will con tinue for four daya. An American Artiste's Sales. Venice, April 29. The first sales made at the International Art exnini- tlon which waa inaugurated here Sat urday, include three plcturea by an American artist, Richard Miller. The purchaser was M. Desterfant of Bue nos Arret. The price paid waa M.ooo. A Clear Industrial Horizon. Chicago, April 29. The relatione between employer and employ were never to harmonious in Chicago aa now. In the paat on May 1 there baa alwaya been some sort of struggle going on between the labor anions and the employers in Chicago, but this this year there la scarcely a cloud on the Industrial horizon. Inger Herman Acquitted. Waahlngtoa, April 19. Binger Her mann, former congressman rrom Oregon and former commissioner of the general land office, waa acquitted of the charge of destroying public records by the verdict of a Jury at 11:40 o'clock Saturday. The trial had progressed for 11 weeks and the Jury deliberated 11 hours, Psatmaatar Oeneral Denlee Rumor; Boston, April 19. Poatmaater Oen eral George von I Meyer stated Sua day that he came to Boa ton on de partmental business. He aaid there waa no truth In a number of recent re porta that he waa dlaaattaMed with hie present position and ho had no Intention of resigning. Volcano Oeetreylng Vlneyarda. Catania, Sicily, April 19 The royal obaorvatory oa Mount Etna registers aa extraordinary eruption of tha vot cano oa the talaad of Strom holl. Tae volcano la U rowing oat large quaatl Uee of aahea and cinders which are iamaaing vlneyarda la both Sicily and Calabria, 30NILLA STILL BELLIGERENT- Deposed President of Honduras An nounces His Intention to Resums Hostilities Blsmet Salvador. Coatzacoalcos, Mex., April 25. For mer President Manuel Bonllla of Hon duras arrived here Tuesday night di rect from his own country via Sallna Cruz. He declares he will await here the arrival of a steamer from the south which will bring a friend and then will proceed to Belize and fram there back to his own country to take up arms. He takes a most pessimistic view of the conditions and outlook in Omi tral America and places the blame ou Inadequate governments. He declared that the presidents of the governments need some one stronger than they are to take care of them and thrash them into a sense of what Is fitting and right. He claims hia own deposition from the presidency was due to bad faith on the part of Salvador and Is optimistic In only one thing, In that he believes hit own country can defeat Nicaragua. . A Cold Wave. Omaha, April 25. The mercury fell here Wednesday afternoon from 73 above zero at 2 p. m. to 45 at 5 o'clock and at 9 o'clock was atlll going down but very slowly the government ther mometer showing 40 degrees above. A special from Norfolk, Neb., aays: "A blizard la reported to have struck the Rosebud reservation In South Da kota, northwest of here, at 9 o'clock. A driving wind and fine snow ar rived there from tha northwest" The local weather bureau'a report from Rapid City ahowa a temperature of 80 degrees accompanying the snow storm Every Man Loolcing for Clothes of Style and Character at mcderate prices will find an extreme ly interesting collec tion of Suits up to the minute in fashion and fabric pattern. Indeed it would be regrettable for any exacting person to buy a spring suit without first seeing our great assortment of men's Suits at 10.00 to 20.00. Young men, we are showing many ex clusive styles of dis tinctive cut and fin ish that will appeal to every young fel I o w seeing them. Every Suit is a mar vel of perfection and fully worth from 3.00 to 5.00 more than we ask. ft .TO ,IlAMBURGEIBRpa Oa, BALTinw New Four-in-Hands, just in from the maktrs in the newest spring colorings, rich, handsome de signs, worth 75c, special, 50 Cents. Spring Shirts in exclusive weaves and designs, in all the new colors and patterns of madras and percale, 50c to 1.50. Splendid Values in Spring Hats and Haberdashery. Tixo People's Clotblexs. 0b (2 Dr. Fucho Dlee of Cancer. Chicago, April 25. Wolfman 0. Fucbt, an expert In the uae of the X-ray, died here Wedneaday of can cer, which ho contracted three years ago through coming In oontact with tha X-ray apparatus Since Dr. Fnchs became affected with cancer he has submitted to a number of operations, several of his fingers hav ing been amputated. The operations were unsuccessful and, the dlaeaae steadily spread to different parta of hit body until he became helpless A Baltimore and Ohio Wreck. Plttaburg, Pa., April 15. The Chi cago Express on the Baltimore A Ohio railroad, which left thla city for New Tork at 10:45 p. m., waa wrecked Wed neaday night near Bennett station, shortly after 11 o'clock. Bennett sta tion la about 10 mllea east of here. The express crashed Into a Pennsyl vania railroad freight train. Several persona were Injured. The passenger engine and tha caboose of the freight train were demolished. Strike Starts In 84. Petersburg. Bt Petersburg, April 15. A aym pa thetic strike started In several factor lea hero Wedneaday, Including Nobel 'a Ten thousand men are already out ant It la feared that tha atrika will be eome general. Thla movement la tha outcome of a conflict Tuesday between troope and a a amber of men who held on Illegal meeting la a factory ra which 10 of the workmen were" la lured by aabree and whips. Indiana Enter Prettet Washington, April 15. A delega tion of QulnaMt Indiana from the ataU of Waahlngtoa visited Indlaa Commlssloasr Leupp Wodaeeday and taade protest against the Inclusion of a portion of their reeervarJoe la th QaisaieK tores resell a They were nred that tf their lead waa ap propriated tbey woald no paid tor It DECISIVE ACTION American Railway Association Pro poses to Remedy Car Shortage Which Worries Shippers. WE ARE SUGAR EATERS. MUST RETURN CARS QUICKLY A Failure to Do. So Will Causa the Offending Road to Become Sub ject to a Fine Publicity Will Help. Chicago, April 15. Decisive action waa taken here Wednesday by tbe American Railway association to rem edy the car shortage which for sev eral months has been causing ro much worry among shippers throughout the country. The failure of soma oaJa to furnish aufficient quota of equip ment for their own traffic sud the failure to provide and enforce proper rurei for tha return of foreign care to their own roads are responsible for the ahortaga and to remedy the evil the association adopted a rule, bt be eonnrmed later by letter bal lot of all road a, providing that any railroad which hereafter ahall not return to Ita owner after unloading all care eonalgned to It will be pen alised five dollare for each car so misused, to bo paid to the owner of tha car. Thla penalty la in addition to the per diem charge of 60 centa which, after July 1, each road mutt pay for each car not Ita own, which may be oa Ita lines. In order to make the new rule more effective1 the principle of publicity Is to be Invoked through the instrumen tality of the eo-ealled Car Clearing House recently established la Chicago. Through tha now rule the chairman of the clearing ho tne committee is now authorised to tend to each of tha membore a statement 00m prising too Information already collected aa to the ear location, pareeatago and ea ai patent oa Uae, of total owned aad aafUled oar orders. Thla the as- aociatioa bollevea will anable each railroad la the oouatry to know ex actly which lima are d.Uaqueet la the matter of furnishing adequate cars or failing at retura ears to their hoaao Usee. I Six Billion Pounda Consumed In One Year or About 76 Pounda for Each Person. Washington, April 19. The con lumptlon of sugar In the United States tn tha fiscal year which enda with the month of June will probably exceed that of any other In the history of tha country, according to a statement le lued by the bureau of statistics of the department of commerce and labor Sunday. The total quantity of sugar imported In the nine months ending with March laat waa 1,802,000,000 pounda tn round figures, while the quantity brought In during the first nine months of the righ record year. 1903, waa 1,606,000,000. It la estimated that the production of sugar In this country In 1906 waa 1,204,000,000 ponuda exceeding by 14,000,000 pounda the flguree of the former high record year of 1905. Homo production now supplies a lit tle over oneAfth of the sugar con sumed in thla country, and our island poaseiilona Porto Rico, Hawaii and the Philippines supply practically an other one-fifth, to that the United Statea la dependent upon foreign coun tries for about three fifths of Its su gar consumption, aggregating over (.000,000,000 per annum, or aa aver age of about 7 pounda per annum tor each Individual. Stoned American Legation. City of Mexico, April 19. Extreme Indignation has been caused here by the report that the American and alex Icvan locations tn Guatemala City have been atoned by a mob of several hundred men Instigated to do too act by agenta of President Manuel Estra da Cabrera of Guatemala There It evidently a strong Inclination to give credence to the report Mexican troope are being mobilised on the Guat emala frontier, which la believed to be highly algnlfloant though the war department hat stated that thla It oa ly a move to insure etrlet neutrality and to protect Mexican la teres 3 agalnat any remote danger from ma rauding beads. Report, are current bore that Minister Oam boa, represent tng Marloo la Guatemala, baa left that eoeatry aad cruet id to to Mexican ter ritory aa tha result at frtctioa with Cabrera's government Thinks Roosevelt Should Run. Dei Moines, Iowa, April 25. Tn a letter addressed to George B. Bowers of Orange, Iowa, Governor Cummins declares President Roosevelt should withdraw hit statement that he will not accept a renomlnatlon. The let tr waa written in response to an In quiry concerning presidential politico. "There la a great deal being aaid," writea the governor, "with regard to the candidate for President, but it la vastly more Important that we suc ceed In announcing a platform that will bo expressive of our purposes than it la now to determine who tha candidate ahall be. Personally, I be lieve that President Roosevelt's plain duty la to withdraw hia former state ment and to say that under the de mand now made, and the evident state of the public mlndf he will ao cept another nomination If It Is ten dered to him with practical unanimity." Are Frlende of Oov. Hagerman. Albuquerque, N. M, April 25. Three thousand people in mast meeting Wed nesday night united in a protest against the resignation of Governor. H. J. Hagerman of New Mexico, which waa requested a week ago by President Roosevelt Resolutions were adopted vigoroualy oondemnlng W. H. Andrewa delegate in oongreee and W. H. H. Llewelyn, United State, attorney tor New Mexico, who were held respon sible for the agitation which resulted In the prealdent's action. Rebuild tpanlah. Navy. Madrid, April 15. It la understood that the government haa decided to Construct all battleahlpa of the Lord Nelson typo, tlx fast cruisers, and several torpedo boat de.troy.ra. Three of tbe battleahlpa win be built at rerrol by British firms and the remainder of the warships ta Kngland- The oonstractloa of dry- docka capable of oaring for a vessel of tO.OOO tone will bo andertakea at Cadiz, Psrrol and Cartagena. 0 t -if ; j v a Chinese Officer, te Jamestown. Ban Francisco, April St. The steam ship Blberta which arrived Sunday from the Orient had oa board a dla ttagalahed party of Chinese officers who are to represent tn Imperial army and navy of China at the James town exposition. u