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BY MISS BEATRICE DARLINGTON.
"Last spring I was very much run
down, and so weak that the slightest
exertion exhausted me so that I
would have to sit down and wait un
til I could eateh my breath and for
my heart to stop fluttering.
"I was a particularly hearty, ac
tive girl, but my health left me sud
denly and I began to grow weaker. I
used to think that if I grew so weak
in such a short time it would only be
a little time longer before I Avould
be on my bed perhaps dying.
"I remember the day I took my
first dose of Paine 's Celery Com
pound. While visiting a friend's
house I had a weak spell. The medi
cine did me so much good that on
my way home I bought a bottle.
The relief was great.
"I decided to keep on taking little
doses regularly until my system was
built up and I did so for thi'ee or four
months, occasionally I take a dose of
Paine 's Celery Compound now when
the strain has been a little too much
"But I never feel the awful smoth
ering and heart-fluttering that I used
"And it is only very seldom now
that I feel really tired. I sleep and
eat well and my health is excellent."
Miss Beatrice Darlington, 36 Wash
ington Square, New York, January
Today Miss Darlington is well and
strong. Her exquisite clear complex
ion is a delight to the eye. Her run
down, tired feeling is gone forever.
She is buyant with health and vi
tality for Paine 's Celery Compound
has given her the same vital strength
and cheery health that it gives to
every tired man and woman who re
lies upon it.
BE WELL THIS SPRING.
"Energy, Confidence and Health
simply matters of good vital NERVE
force." Prof. Edward E. Phelps,
M. D., LL. D., of Dartmouth Univer
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Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment,
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and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
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JAPS TAKE STAND
The Coming Great Land Bat
tle Will Be Fought
A FLANKING MOVEMENT
The Mikado's Army Effects Safb
Lauding Between New Chwang
and Port Arthur.
Russia's Cri;plod Navy Is Powerless
to Prevent This Bold
St. Petersburg, April 21. What may
turn out to be the anticipated flank
ing movement of the Japanese troops
in the appearance of a number of Jap
anese ships off Potinsa, near the Gulf
of Chine Tai Tse, is reported to the
emperor by General Kuropatkin. Mil
itary experts here have long regarded
that vicinity as the probable point of
disembarkation of the second Japanese
expedition. It is not far away from
Takushan (twelve miles to the east)
and connects by road with Port Ar
thur (150 miles to the southwest) and
Feng Huan Cheng (fifty miles to the
northwest), where the Russians will
make their first obstinate resistance.
Though the Japanese are building
entrenchments on the Yalu, it is be
lieved that they will advance soon.
The arrangements for a turning move
ment are complete and the experts say
that such a movement could properly
begin at Takushan. The Japanese dis
embarkation will undoubtedly be cov
ered by a warship, and the Russians
recognize that it will be impossible to
"We will strike after they have
landed,' grimly said a member of the
General Kuropatkin is aware of the
strategic importance of the vicinity
of Takushan, and it is understood that
he has made his arrangements accordingly.
West Virginia Democrats Pass tho Lie
Charleston, W. Va.f April 21. The
largest and the stormiest Democratic
convention ever held in this state has
adjourned ' here. Many Democrats
took advantage of the occasion to vent
their criticism upon others for their
omissions and commissions of the
past. Fists were shaken at each other
and Hon. Warren Hays, who was se
lected as a district delegate and who
is a supporter of William Randolph
Hearst for the presidency, while mak
ing a speech from a box in the theater
where the convention was held was
scoring ex-Senator Johnson N. Cam
den as a bolter in the past, and with
emphasis gave the lie to a delegate
who an hour previous had been select
ed as an alternate to St. Louis, be
cause the alternate had branded Hays
in open convention as a Greenbacker.
The alternate, Colonel McCoy of Tyler
county, leaped upon a chair in the
convention hall and responded in sten
torian tones that Mr. Hays was a liar.
Senator Camden and the reorgan
izes were otherwise fiercely attacked
by "regulars," but he had many warm
supporters, many of whom were Bryan
Democrats who came to his aid at the
proper time. And yet, notwithstand
ing the stormy scenes, the convention
wound up in perfect harmony and amid
enthusiasm. It seemed that after the
delegates had an opportunity to give
vent to their pent-up opinions of
each other, they were ready and will
ing to forget and forgive.
General Kuropatkin Reports.
St. Petersburg, April 21. General
Kuropatkin has sent the following tel
egram to the emperor: "General
Kashtalinsky reports as follows on
April 19: 'All is quiet on the Yalu.
The Japanese are throwing up in
trenchments opposite Golutsky and
further to the north. The numbers of
Japanese troops are increasing. They
are concentrating at Wiju and spread
ing toward the north along the Yalu.
Cossack sentinels have observed the
lights of Japanese transports near
Ching Tai Tse, opposite the village of
Potansa, twenty-five versts west of
Tatung Kau. The vessels were an
chored at a distance of fifty versts
from the shore. According to dis
patches from General Mistchenko, Jap
anese ships are also seen near Sou
ABEEL AGAIN ON TRIAL
Daring Social Impersonator Charged
New York, April 21. Jas. N. Abeel.
who it is alleged represented himself
to be "J. Ogden Goelet, jr.""" and per
suaded Miss Eleanor Anderson, the
daughter of a Sixth avenue restaurant
keeper, to promise to marry him, is
on trial before Recorder Goff, charged
with forgery in the third degree.
The idictment against Abeel charges
him with signing a letter introducing
"J. Ogden Goelet, jr." to the employes
of the Western Union company, with
the name of J. B. VanEnery, vice pres
ident of the company. It was by
means of this letter that Abeel intro-
ruced himself to Miss Anderson. Miss
Anderson recently obtained a jud;
ment or sk,uuu against Abeel m a
THE NATIONAL GAME
Current Scores Made In the
Leagues Given Here.
At Cincinnati, 6; Pittsburg, 4.
At Chicago, 4; Detroit, 3.
At Indianapolis, 6; Kansas City,
At Toledo, 4; Minneapolis, 5.
At Louisville, 9; Milwaukee, 1.
At Columbus, 1; St. Paul, 7.
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and help to tide many over the temporary shortage of money. If
you are in need of any amount from $5.00 up, come to us. You can
get it on short notice. You can borrow money from us on your fur
niture, piano, team and wagon, etc., without remov&L You will
have the use of both the money and the goods. If you owe a balance
on them, we will advance you the money to pay it off. You can get
some additional money for other purposes if you wish. You can
have from one to twelve months in which to pay it back. You can
make your payments weekly or monthly, as you desire.
Here are some of the terms of our new weekly payment plan,
allowing you fifty weeks in which to pay off your loan :
60c is a weekly payment on a $25 loan.
$1.20 is a weekly payment on a $50 loan.
$1.80 is a weekly payment on a $75 loan
$2.40 is a weekly payment on a $100 loan.
Other amounts in the same proportion.
We also make salary loans to people holding permanent posi
tions with responsible firms. Call and let us explain our methods.
Applications by mail or phone receive onr prompt attention.
R CHMOND LOAN CO.,
Room 8, Colonial Building.
Home Phone 44ft
45 S OUTH TENTH ST j
v. C. M. Hamilton
lO X. TENTH ST.
E. B. Grosvenor M.D.,
9 to 12 a. m.
7 to 8 p. m.
2 to 4 p. m.; SUNDAY 8 to 12
colonial Building. 7th and Main Sts.
EYE EAR, I
H" yv TVrca RIBS SHOULDERS.
auJVJSS PIGS FEET,
All Quiet on the Yalu.
St. Petersburg, April 21. The gen
eral staff has issuel the following
statement: "According to official re
ports, all has been quiet at Port Ar
thur and Yin Kow and on the Yalu
during the la3t few days. There is no
further change in the general situa
tion to report."
Taking No Long Chances.
St. Petersburg, April 12. A friend
of General Kuropatkin has received a
letter from him in which the general
says he intends to await the arrival of
another 100,000 men before risking a
battle with the Japanese.
Boodle Indictments Quashed.
Kansas City, Mo., April 21. The in
dictments returned by the recent
grand jury at Kansas City, Kan.,
against nine persons charged with
boodling, have been quashed by Judge
Moore in the United States district
court on the ground that they were
improperly signed by Attorney Gen
BACK TO CONFERENCE
Map of the World.
Testimony of a Minister.
Rev. John S. Cox. of Wake, Ark.,
A beautiful map, valuable for ref- , writes, "For 12 years I suffered from
eretice, printed on heavp paper, 42x64 j Yellow Jaundice. I consulted a num
jnclies, mounted on rollers; edges Der Df physicians and tried all sorts
bound in cloth, showing our new is- ; 0f medicines, but got no relief. Then
land possessions. The Trans-Siberian ' I began the use of Electric Bitters
Railway, Pacific Ocean cabyes, rail- and feel that I am now cured of a dis
way lines and other features of Ja- ease that had me in its grasp for
pan, China, Manchuria, Korea and twelve years." If you want a relia
the Far East. Sent on receipt of 25 ble melicine for Liver and Kidney
cents in stamps by W. B. Kniskern, Trouble, stomach disorder or general
P. T. M., Chicago North-Western debility, get Electric Bitters. It's
Railway, Chioag, 111. guaranteed by A. 0. Luken & Co.
House Not Ready to Take Up Naval
Washington, April 21. The house,
after an extended debate, sent the na
val appropriation bill back to confer
ence, the only disputed senate amend
ment accepted being that providing
for the construction in navy yards of
two colliers. A bill providing for the
allotment of the lands of the New York
Indians was passed under a resolution
of the committee on rules for its im
The senate listened to a set speech
of almost two hours' duration on the
trusts by Mr. Dolliver, and afterward
completed consideration of the sundry
civil appropriation bill, again devoting
much time to the provisions for an ex
tension of the east front of the capitol
and for an additional office building for
the senate. The office building amend
ment was agreed to as reported from
the committee, but the extension para
graph was so mddifled as practically
to provide for plans only, the appro
priation being reduced to $75,000.
j Heavy Guard Provided.
Telluride, Col., April 21. Adjutant
General Bell, Captain Wells, Captain
Carlisle and Colonel Kennedy, with a
guard of seventeen troopers, have de
parted for Denver with President
Moyer of the Western Federation of
Miners, to be present at the habeas
corpus proceedings in the supreme
On hand at all times
Best family Lard in the city.
Phones 1084 & 359 Qh wegman's Meat Market
The orthrjuestei fflataal-Liif elns.Co
SSS2 J. O BARBER, General Agent, mJtiS$Z.Bl
fhone 3(2 Jo. !7MtU
WORK GMRMTEE9. BATES RElSsIlBlE
President Camdamo III.
Lima, Peru, April 21. The dolicate
state of the health of President Cam
If you are desirous of knowirg what fashionable dressers will wear this spring,
a visit to our Suit Department will be a pleasing revelation to you. Dame Fashion
damo, who is sojourning at Arequipe has created many beautiful styles of Tailored Suits and jaunty Walking Skirts.
Is the cause of great anxiety.
Tennessee's Gentle Spring.
Knoxville, Tenn., April 12. Snow to
the depth of 18 inches is reported from
the mountain sections in this vicinity.
Prevailing Prices for Grain and
stock on April 20.
Grace Greenwood Dead.
Washington, April 21. Word has
reached here of the death at New Ro
chelle, N. Y., of Sara Jane Lippin
cott (Grace Greenwood), the author
ess. She was a native of New York
and was eighty years of age.
Burns Was Acquitted.
Grand Rapids, Mich., April 21.-
State Senator David E. Burns was ac
quitted of bribery in connection with
the Lake Michigan water scandal. The
Jury was out five hour3.
Committee Secretary Named.
Washlngtcn, April 21.- The Demo
cratic congressional campaign com
mitter last night elected Charles A.
Edwards secretary f tae committee.
Indianapolis Grain and Livestock.
Wheat Wagon, $1.00; No. 2 red,
Weak, $1.00. Corn Steady, No. 2
mixed, 48c. Oats Steady; No. 2
mixed, 40Jfcc. Hay Clover, $89;
timothy, $1214; millet, $89. Cat
tle Steady at $4.00 5.25. Hogs
Strong at $4 5.20. Sheep Steady at
$3.25(4.00. Lambs Steady at $5.50
Wheat Easier; No. 2 red, $1.06.
Corn Easier; No. 2 mixed, 51 c
Oats Dull; No. 2 mixed, 42c. Cat
tleSteady at $2.254.75. Hogs
Quiet at $4.15 5.30. Sheep Strong
at $2.754.50. Lambs Strong at
Livestock at Chicago.
Wheat No. 2 red, $1.001.02. Corn
No. 3, 48 53c. Oats No. 2, 39c.
Cattle Strong; steers, $3.005.65;
stockers and feeders, $2.754.25.
Hogs Lower at $4.80g5.15. Sheep
Steady at $2.505.25. Lambs
Strong at $4.006.40.
At New York.
Cattle Active at $4.305.60. Hogs
Steady at $2.755.80. Sheep Firm,
$3.505.75. Lambs Steady at $5.50
East Buffalo Livestock.
Cattle Steady at $3.735.35. Hogs
Active at $4.40(5.65. Sheep Ac
tive at $3.25 6.00. Lambs Steady at
The stylish suits must have drooping shoulders and short jackets. But descrip
tion is decidedly inadequate to do these new styles justice. YOU MUST SEE
THEM, and now's a good time. Come and see our prices before buying.
We have a fine line of the Wash Silk Waists, beautifully trimmed in tucks and
inserting, at prices to suit all. Come and see, as we sell at the cash prices and on
the same basis that all department stores work.
In Our Grocery Department
we are teeming with bargains, for our business is increasing so that we can buy in
large quantities at a time, which gives us the jobbing prices.
Our Famous Mooa s uonee, isc id, two lor edc, is tne tait oi our customers.
Nice sweet California Hams 94c per lb..
Kettle rendered Lard 10c per lb.
6 lbs Scotch Peas for 25c, better than the can goods.
Eggs 16c per doz. Country Butter 22c per lb.
These are only a few of the many prices. Come and see us. Free stamps.
Yours for more business and cash prices,
The MODEL DEPARTMENT STORE
Home 1079 $ C. U., 13R.
411-415 Slain St.
Pailroad Restaurant S2i .rth
PRICES REASONABLE. EVERYTHING UP-TO-DATE.
B ELECT BOARDING Mesda'es Smith & Conley
Home like Menu. Rates Reasonable N Eleventh St.
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