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THE OMAHA DA1L.Y ltEEi THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1902. J' AT FIRST GLANCE It Would Appear That Local tlrmfllM M'rnild be Drat for Cwre ot Catarrh. It would from tt first glance that catarrh bring a disease of tha mucous membrane, that nalvea, spray, etc.. being applied dl ifeiljr to the membranes of the nose and throat, would be the most rational treat ment, but this has been proven not to be true. The mucous membrane la made and re paired from the blood and catarrh Is a blood disease end any remedy to make a perma nent cur must act on the blood, and when the blood Is purlfled from catarrhal poison the secretions from the mucous membrane ' will borome natural and healthy. In this climate thousands of people eeeai scarcely ever free from some form of ca tarrh; It jets better -at times, but each winter becomes gradually deeper seated nj rfter a time the auflerer resigns htm--If it- H as a necessary evil. Oatarr'a cures are almost as numerous f.s ralarrh sufferers, but are nearly all so inconvenient and Ineffective as to render hMr use a nuisance nearly as annoying as tutarrh Itself; anyone who has uaed 'lunches, sprays and powders will bear wit r.'ts to their Inconvenience and failure to really cure. There ore a number of excellent Internal remedies for talarrh, but probably the best nnd certainly the tafest is a new remedy, composed of Red Gum, Blood Root and elm Mar antiseptic remedies and other valuable atsrrh Fpcclfles. This renvdy Is In tablet form, pleasant to the taste and sold by druggists under the name nf Stuart's Catarrh Tablets, and any one suffering from catarrh may use these tablets with absolute assurance that tbey i on lain no cocaine, opiate nor any poison ous mineral whatever. A leading druggist In Albany speaking of cntarrh cures says: "I have sold various catarrh cures for years, but have never sold any which gave such general satisfaction as Ntuart'e Catarrh Tablets. They contain In a plcasnnt, concentrated form all the best ami latent catarrh remedies, and catarrh sufferers, who have used douches, sprays and salves, have been astonished at the quick relief and permanent results obtained nrter a week's use of 8tuart's Catarrh Tab lets." All druggists sell full sized pack fa ices far -60 cents. - - A SKIN OF BEAUTY IS A J0 FOREVER 7 R. T. FELIX OOLkAUO S ORIENTAL C RE A.M. OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER '"'"i" Tan. PlmplM, Freckles, Hath Patchas, X D.IU 1 1 1 " jj f hu, and iwr r i. blamian on V Arttm aalaCtlon. It aas etood ths tast et attr-nr ttid Is so hrmla . --- it to b ,ur. 11 Is preparer .mad. Aecj Dr. 1. A. Sayra aala to ton (a patient) I "As you ladles will vise them. I recom mend UOURAUD'S CREAM- aa the least h irmful of all the skin preparations. or sale by all drnuglst. and fancy goods deal em In tho U. 9. and Europe. 1 Kllll. T.' HOrKINS. Prop'r, .'.87 Great Jmies Bt.. N. T. FBSHION IN HAIR GIV ft WMt ft eMMIlttful af till ani half tR tl lh f t . Tat (MftutTtVl Tltlaa AlVnH' f,rl brcini uiftda, nail ffeKtm, f It WtJ war sm rhesH&ial kuas urm pawWad ! Kw Wm m Imperial Hair Repnsrator V'A ' rUlr. MaeUahair asft ana (!.. Sunpl Ya'Uil afyautlialfcatatedlMe. Brad be puipkln. irf.l.vrfaaXCheroloM-JU.-. Ui.Wi Ul St., N. X Sold by Sherman At McOonnell Drug Co., Omaua, Neo. X Lll 1 1 n A I r f ' . MADE FROM ' Have a delicious flavor oullariy their awn. Quaker Mala Rye la absolutely per. For medicinal purpose II la uasaualled. Oassl at the leading sales. drug stores and brs. -J- MuVtaT'ft.V.' 4 S.H1RSCH&C0. Wholitilt Liquor Deiltrt, KANSAS CITY, MO. 0 Spociallatd In all DISEASES and DISORDERS of MEN. 12 years mt sua ceaaful praetlaa la Uiuaiia, CHARGES LOW. VARIQOCELE HYDROCELE end fill CC nnfUi an, iUin outline. rlLCd loa l tiiB XtM rWuM U hh lou or monor rotuo4o. wlrlllLId tkmxilr iImhoI trwm u uoIom. tk.au (torr UV we crauiloia Hmmrpmn oniLlotoIr an lonvorTlU "BACaKlMO OUT- Um 41 o tk. aaia or Twauuont MaialM M dauiorou inii taJA awaiotaaa. M or VtCTTVS TO iSKvoii cvBiuTf oa ax- ml WKiKMlei. vita B4JtI.f Kor ana etraasta. tttma Hwa im waaa. Curaa suaraBtooa. STRICTURE usrJrsJsz M ,. Colors. - "lt miikw a 1 U M ataaataa. l.uuaultaattoa rrew. Traataaeat y Mail. . . at 4 w CB- SEARLES & SEARLES. uaiatxa DR. r.lcGREW SPECIALIST TreaU all forma 4 ISEASES AMD DISORDERS Of MEN ONLY 87 Tear I&xpertenea, . 17 Years la Oma&a, Hie resnarkabW euo. cesa has never ieaa equaUd and evtiy day brtnas many flatter Inc reuortB of the good he la doing, er the rriiar ne dh ' Hot Springs Trtatmsnt for Syphilis And all Bluod Polaona. NO "BREA.KINO OUT" oa the ekUi or face and all aaUrasJ aUna of the dU.aae disappear at oaoa, iiLOaO DISEASE ':t.to VARICOCELE iMJJltt Uilh oUsOOi) Bdouity'iorii uouauial diaubaJH. DLrivlura, U.eci. Kluuay aoa Utaader UlBaa, Uy. tirucna. WU1CK CUK3 iXW CHARGES. Trcatmaut by maU. f . O. liux 7b. umce ever lu U. 14ih atrcot, btM aaruaju att4 sywustaa uva VAUaa Quaker. i Rye fik WITNESS PERKINS IS GONE Etate'i PrinoipaJ Prop in Spellman Cue Found Migsing. TRIAL IS CALLED TO TEMPORARY HALT Depot y Coanlr Attoraey lecsrei a Reaplte of a Night In ,W hlch to I'roaerate Hunt tor tha Absentee, In the trial of John Spellman, charged with second degree murder as a result of the death of Earl Caldwell In a night en counter with union pickets near the Vnlon Pacific shops Beptember 14, the state made the unpleasant dlscorery yesterday after noon that Its principal witness, George rerklns. Is not In Omaha now, has not been here for nearly two months, and has left with his relatives no address, or at least none that they will give out.. After Raymond Chadwlck had testified In the afternoon, Deputy County Attorney Abbott, who Is conducting the prosecution, made a request that the hearing be con tinued until today In the hope that Per kins could be ferreted out. This request was denied by Judge Baxter, but after Mordecal Ball has also testified the request was renewed and granted, the jury being placed In the custody of Bailiffs Sherwood and Bone for safekeeping until this morn ing at 9:80, when the hearing will proceed whether Perkins haa or has not been found. Discovery- la Tardy. At the sheriff's office it la stated that Deputy Sherry, who had the original sum mons to serve on Perkins, made a return of "not found" and that such return was reported to the office of the clerk of the district court last Monday. The county attorney's staff state that tbey were never Informed of such return until It came time to call Perkins to the stand yester day. When his absence was discovered Deputy Neve waa sent hotfooting to Per kins' home at 1842 North Nineteenth, but did not find the latter nor secure any more valuable Information than the. statement of the young woman who answered the deputy's questions with the declaration that Perkins went to St. Joseph about two months ago In search of work and that she doesn't know where he is now. If he went two months ago he must have de parted very shortly after the preliminary examination, which he attended, and which was on Beptember 24. Although the attorneys worked for It from 3 o'clock to 5:li Tuesday afternoon and began again before' 10 o'clock Wednes day morning, It was nearly noon before a satisfactory jury waa secured. Who the Jurors Are, The Jury finally accepted Is made from the drawing of some days ago and from the list of those drawn and served with forth with summons Tuesday. The Jurors are: J. A. Shea 104 South Eleventh street, bookkeeper for Kingman & Co.; John Wasulewskl, Thirty-sixth and U streets, South Omaha, saloon keeper; Oeorge E. Wescott, 311 North Twenty-fourth, livery man; John Smith, 1108 North Twenty-third, street railway laborer; William Oaborn, 3334 8paldlng, paper hanger; Ike Burk, 1113 Capitol avenue, hack driver; Oeorge Nice, Thirty-ninth and D streets, South Omaha, stock yarda employe; H. Oberman, - 214 North Eleventh, Junk dealer: Peter J. Mc Ooldrlck. 3824 T street. South Omaha, erst while grocer and politician; John M. Leh man, 2514 Binney street, teamfter; Daniel Kline, 1215 Chicago - street, second-hand dealer; John Turnbull, . 1019 North Eight eenth, teamster for' an Ice company. The quis of every Juror was rigorous and many were challenged, but the at torneys now declare themselves well sat isfied. The theory of the defense, aa given by A. 8. Ritchie, counsel, is that John Spell man's blow on Earl Caldwell's head waa not the one . that produced the latter's death, but that a second blow was struck' by some other party and that the fatal wound Tras inflicted with some semi-hard eubstance, whereas Spellman, It la to be chown, had only his fist. There will be denial that he kicked Caldwell after the latter 'was prostrate. Counsel Implied that much attention is to be given the testimony of Dr. Lavender, who conducted the autopsy, as to the real cauae of Cald well's death. The jury waa conducted to Twelfth and Casa streets yesterday afternoon to inspect the place where the row occurred and its surroundings. The testimony of Raymond Chadwlck, a striker who was in the crowd that sur rounded Caldwell, and of Mordecal Ball, who waa with Caldwell when he was at tacked and Injured, was the only evidence submitted yesterday and It contained no feature new or materially different from the detail as published at the time of the fracas and again during the coroner's In vestigation. Fnclllst traced to Penitentiary. ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Not. 19. (Special.) Henry Stanton, a pugilist of Des Moines, was yesterday sentenced for two years In the penitentiary on the charge of grand larceny. Stanton came to this olty a couple of weeka ago and the day after his arrival robbed Pettl's piano store on Edmund street. He secured several musical Instru ments, a gold ring, a gold watch and a small amount of money which waa In the money drawer. The stolen articles were found la his posseeaioo. " Nothing is given so profusely as advice " La Rochefoucauld The inference dearly i that only occasionally ii advice of value. But when an expert' advice U asked on Gorham Silver and he pronounces em phatically in its favor, that advice may be as sumed to be of value. Experience, indeed, has . proved that for three- 2uarters of a century rorham silverware has been distinguished for beauty of design, ex cellence of workman ship and purity of. quality, characteristics vouched for by the Gorham trade-mark. rsspoa slble jewelere . see It 15 rrtwuNO YALE AND HARVARD PRACTICE Both Team Prepare for Bl (! I'aaer Careful Rye of Coaches. NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nor. 1.-Tate's foot ball coaches have rterld! to give the unlverelty eleven no hard work In prepara tion for the game rurxt Saturday. Today's work was consequently shorter than us.ial and In no eenxe hard. A maes meeting of the undergraduates waa held this evening In Alumni hall. It wan Hchlremed briefly by Prof. 'William Lyon Phlpa. who de!lfered a rharacterlntlc foot ball apeerh, pralxlng the Yale, team for Its performance In the game against Prince ton and urging the stjdents to keep on fnlng to the tleld dally to cheer the team, le predicted that If the eleven wakes up early enough In the game and does Itself Justice there will be no queetlon of the outcome. The remainder of the meeting was spent In sinking, and the swing of the songs given Indicates that the chorus will be a feature of the game on Saturday. The Tale coaches stated tonight that Olam In unquestionably eligible and will be played. , No protest haa come from Har vard and none le expected. CAMBRIDGE, Maes., Nov. 19. Much en couragement for the Harvard men was found Id the si Iff practice of the 'varsity eleven on Soldiers' field. It Is the last arrlmmaging before the Tale game. The men worked together an a unit and showed that they are capable of better foot ball than at any time, before tills season. The practice was secret, but a big crowd of undergraduates manned outside the gates waiting to hear what was going on. Dur ing the early part of the practice only the head roach and three assistants were In side the fence, but the other coaches were admitted later. The 'varsity team was made to play with exceptional Aerceneoa, but no one was hurt. It .hammered the second eleven so badlv that six extra men were needed to bolster up that team. The moat Interesting feature was the re appearance of Rugden at center. Indicating that he will play a gal net Holt, bringing these two men together as In their fresh man game three years ago. It has been deeiiled to have Carl Mar shall available for goal kicking should the opportunity come Instead of Barnard, be cause the latter work has been erratic In the Dan mouth same Ilftrnnrd missed game l)aly two goals and Leo had to kick the thlra one. There will be an open practice tomorrow afternoon, when the undergraduates, headed by a band, will march on the field, singing songs and cheering the men. In Jhe evening the second team will break training and the nrtdcrgraduulea will meet at the Harvard Vnlon, IIMen to addresses by Major Hlgglnson and rehearse Bongs for the big game. BALL TRUCE IS ARRANGED American Association Joins National, While Western Knaatna Independent. CHICAGO, Nov. 19. Peace was arranged late this afternoon between the warring baae ball clubs through the efforts of the arbitration board of the National Asso ciation of Minor Leagues. By the terms of the truce the flirht between the two clubs Is confined to Milwaukee and Kansas City, each club to play on Its own grounds In these cities. The American association, which has been nr. outlaw, comes Into the National association. The proposition made by the Western league last night to the American associa tion thnt they abnnrion their grounds at Kansas City and play on the Western league grounds and on non-conflicting schedules, was refused by the Amerlcr.r. association today, who nn'iouneed that they would piny according to the prop.ieitbn made by I'at I'owers of the minor leagues in New York two weika ago. The players thit were signed prior to the New York meeting by the American asso ciation are retained by them, but players sipned In the last two weeks go back to the clubs to which they formerly belonged. FIVE FAVORITES WIN . RACES Ina-leslde Trovrd Pern Popular Ilorsra Pnaa I ndrr the Wire Well 8AN FRANCISCO, Nov. 19-Flve favor ites won today. The mile handicap resulted in a victory tor Sombrero, who turned the tables on C'orrigan. Meehanus, winner of the last race, was bid up from 400 to $1,000 by Frank Doss, who secured him. Summary: First race, 4'4 furlongs, maiden 2-year-olds, purse: Proper won, Mordinta second, Wuatre third. Time: OMi. Becond race, -mlle, selling: Florlnel II won, Mocorlto second. Miss Madeline third. Time: 1:18. Third race, 5 furlongs, purse: Oravlna won. Belle Rted second. Bad Sam third. Time: 1:0314. Fourth race, one mile and one-eighth, selling: Frank Woods won, Filibuster sec ond. Castake third. Time: 1:5S'4. Fifth race, one mile, handicap: Sombrero won, Corrlgan second. The Fretter third. Time: 1:42. Sixth race, 6 furlongs, selling: Meehanus won, Eedncr second, Pat Morrissey third. Time: 1:17. With the Bowlers. The Nationals lost two games to the Germans laat night on Lenta & Williams' alleys. GERMANS. 1st. 2d. Sd. Total. Weber 198 11& 194 fwi W. Zitsmsn 172 130 129 431 Yoder 178 219 194 5 Beselin ani 164 193 S5S A. Krug 167 163 172 6c3 Totals .....911 861 m 2,654 NATIONALS. 1st. 2d. Sd. Total. 154 161 158 471 153 1!)3 201 617 172 155 202 629 166 1K3 ltf 493 200 2 li7 570 Gilchrist Reed .... Roth .... Tracy ... Potter ... Totals 845 859 923 1,014 Boxln Bide Bide a Wee. CINCINNATI, Nov. 19.-Blds for the twenty-tive-round glove contest between "Young Corbett" of Denver and Terry Mc Oovern of Hrooklyn were opened todav. The only clubs to bid were the Penn Art club of Philadelphia and the Hayes Val ley Athletic club of 8an Francisco. Neither club offered a guaranty for the match. The bids were wired to Sam Harris, manager of Terry MoUovtrn, and Young Corbett In the east and they decided not to accept either for the present, as the required forfeit of $6,000 did not accompany the bids. Exhibits at tho Homo Show. NEW YORK, Nov 19-The third day of the horse show began well, with a fine ex hibition of Jumpers In the preliminary trial for class 106. The program for the day In cluded clavaea for Shetlands under saddle and In harness, hackney stallions, horse and runabouts, roadsters, four-ln-hands (park teams) and "moat spectacular and In teresting cf all, the clasa for hurvtere be longing to a hunt club, to bo shown by the maater whip 'for member of the hunt in tha hunt uniform. Celsmbla Beat Navy. ANNAPOLIS, Nor. Is. In a moat evenly contested game the navy foot ball team waa defeated here today by Columbia uni versity, e to a The Middles had hard luck, as they played a. better game. than their opponenta and had much greater gains in advancing the ball. One of Belknap's kicks waa blocked by a Columbia lineman when the ball waa in navy's territory, where It had rested for only a faw minute during the entire game, and this gave victory to Columbia. Minnesota Objoet to Ann Arbor. MINNEAPOLIS, Nor. Trie objection of the Minnesota foot ball management to the tianwfer of the Thanksgiving game with Michigan from Detroit to Ann. Arbor grows strong. Coach William today sent the following telegram to Manager Balrd of the Michigan team: "Minnesota refuses to accept Ann Arbor. You personally agreed with ma on Detroit. Play there or no game. Luby (the Minnesota manager). No authority to change this." American Jockey Ha Record. LONDON, Nov. It. The American Jockey. "Danny" Maher, who aalled on Celtic to day for New York, baa the record for the highest average of win In an English turf season. "I have been more or lea restricted by physical conditions In securing mounts which I be-lleve would have Increased my average." aatd Maher. "but I am quite sat Uned with lu win out of 400 mount. Foot Ball Player May Dlo. WASHINGTON, Nov. U-Advlce re ceived at the Nary department today state that Midahlpman Aiken of tha Naval acad emy, who was Injured In -a foot ball game some days ago. Is very low, and it in feared that the foot ball game at Philadelphia on November 23 between the Naval and Mili tary academies may be called off, I AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA Vote CanTaMed and Independent Telephone Franchise Paved and Signed. ROAD TO EMERGtNCY HOSPITAL CLOSED nradlnar On tat Arrives and Work at Stock Ynrda to Commence goon Large Crowd at Police men's Dance. At an adjourned meeting of the city council last night the vote cast at the last election on the telephone proposition was canvassed. The canvass showed that 1,960 votes were cast, of which 2,602 fa vored the granting of a franchise to the Interstate Independent Telephone com pany, while 448 voted against the propo sition. When It came time to go through the ballot boxes Mayor Koutsky ap pointed a committee of three, composed of Adktns, Queenan and Smith, to canvass the vote. The result was reported by the chairman of the committee. Then the ordinance granting a franchise to the com pany Interested wag read the second and third time and was passed, Welsh alone voting against it. As soon as Clerk Shrig ley announced the result of the roll call Mayor Koutsky attached his signature to the ordinance. The only other feature of Importance was the overriding of the mayor's veto on the payment of Clark Howard' claim aa etock Inspector. The mayor eent In a veto, asserting that Howard had no right to $50 a month at stock Inspector, aa the oRlce had been declared vacant. The coun cil did not look at It that way and the veto was not sustained. Nine special tax ordinances were pushed through under a suspension of the rules. This took up considerable time and it was getting late when It came time to transact other business. Some crosswalks were Ordered and then came an ordinance levying a tax on auctioneers. This Ordinance provides for a tax of $100 a year tor all auctioneers, or $10 a day when crying sales of any kind. Should thla ordinance pas's it will mean that when sales of fancy stock are held at the yards here a license will first have to be obtained at the rates mentioned. While considerable routine business was transacted there was Utile of Interest aside from the features mentioned. An adjournment waa taken until the next regular meeting. Health Boaril Protests. For some time past the Board of Health, a well as other city officials, has been having trouble about gaining a free road to the river. When the Emergency hos pital was constructed there was an understanding, so it Is claimed, with Mr. Kountze, whereby the city was to have the use of a roadway to the hospital. A portion of this road runs through land controlled by Mr. Kouutze. The city con structed a bridge at Eighth and M streets some time ago. Yesterday Sieger, an agent of Mr. Kountze, caused this bridge to be torn up, and the only way to get to the hospital now Is to travel via the bal loon route. Mayor Koutsky said last night that he would call upon Mr. Kountze today and en deavor to make some arrangement whereby the city could have a wagon road to the hospital. Sieger wants the city to pay him money for crossing the ground he Is Interested In, but the mayor says that he will not consent to anything of the kind. New Grade" Started. Superintendent McLean of the public schools found It nocrsnnry yesterday to start a new fourth grade class at the Brown Park school. This class la In charge of Miss Marie Hanterouskl. At the start yesterday the class consisted of thirty six pupil. Thla action on the part of the superintendent was caused by tho over crowded condition of the schools. At the present time all regular teachers are em ployed and about fifteen substitutes flud work a portion of each month. Hospital Will Move. The South Omaha hospital will move on Tuesday next to a fine brick building on Twenty-fourth street. Arrangements have been made for the rental of tho Bralnard residence, recently vacated. In this new building the managers of the hospital will have the advantage of a furnace and In fact a number of improvement which were lacking In the place on Twenty-sixth street, which was occupied so long. There will be five rooms for patients besides a dining and operating room. An effort will be made by the hospital association to In duce the council to Increase It allowance of $25 a month to $50. Policemen Dance. Member of the South Omaha police force gavo a dance at the troop armory last night. It waa the ninth annual dance given by the department. There was a big crowd present. The number of tickets sold brought In about $700. Thla sum will go Into the fund of the force and will hel.o out the men who walk beats In paying for their winter uniforms. Annual Flower Show, Commencing today the women of the United Presbyterian church will give for two days their annual chrysanthemum how. The church is at Twenty-third and L treeu and the Intention is to have a much larger display of flower this year than ever before. The money raised frpm the sale of flowera will go to the church. Royal Areannm Smoker. Knoxall council. No. 1464, Royal Arca num will open the fall campaign for mem berg by giving a smoker at the lodge hall on Friday evening of this week. A number of the grand officer of the lodge will at tend. An eleetlon of officer of the lodge will be held on- Friday evening, Decem ber 6. Graders' Material Arrive. A portion of the McShane grading outfit to be ussd at the Vnlon stock yards ar rived yesterday. Two of the steam shovels are now on the track waiting to be shoved up to the grading camp. Other material for use at the camp has been received and it la expected the machines will be work ing before the end of the week. Probably $00 men will be employed during the win ter doing this grading. It le the Intention of the Stock Yard company to push the work and work day and night until the 130,000 yards of tllrt contracted for la re moved. Made City Goaslp. Police Judge King returned yesterday from a visit with relatives In Chicago. City Engineer Beal had his men at work yesterday tilling holes on Thirteenth street south of M street. B. E. Wvfoox haa typhoid fever and the caae i so severe that hi physician haa denied visitor admittance. A daughter ha been born to Mr. and Mr. Frank Anderson, Twenty-third and Washington streets. ay Law 1 laeoaatttatlaaaL ATCHISON. Kan., Nov. II Judge Hud son, in tbo dlBtrict court today, held that the near aboentee railway employee' law, permitting railroad moo to vole when away from home on election day, to be unconsti tutional. With the absentee railroad men vote Peter Laughlln. f jstonlat, baa a ma jority of five for the legislature from the country district; without it U. B. Srutrlesa republican, haa a majority. ... , .' The new kind of General Arthur clgara 1U please yea U y oa car for good clgara to thousands of wretched people. It will bring happiness to thousands who are miserable imagining they have a bad blood poisoning when in nine cases out of ten it is purely a local parasitic manifestation on the skin which can be cleared away in a hurry. Such misery now cleared away as surely as the sun shines above. Not merely attempted not a matter of improvement only but a clearing of it all away absolutely and quickly, too. if 't ' I llf 'pirn mm 1 - ll a, "Z "' i . ch1Tlft '":'" VtnZyin.JJZZ- S"?, AjL,?a'r j ' ' " rn '2.? hi'!e 0T" cnanaed erpreteion. Aothtng hat ever shocking tor print. These cases given here, in the cause of humanity, this paper consented to print just as the patients appeared before and after treatment though another newspaper refused to do so. Not a newspaper in Christendom " but should publish every word of this information, pictures and all, if duty and not dollars were the governing rule, A SMALL BLOTCH OEM THE SKIN. How skin diseases start in most cases. In the two cases illustrated here the following are the facts: In the case of Mr. Jacobs (Psoriasis, a apeciea of Eczema) the trouble started in three small spots and did not spread beyond this for eight years. Then it suddenly spread all over. It raged more or less all over in this way for ten years. In the case of the boy shown below (pure Eczema) the trouble started in a small spot forward of the left' ear. Wa understand it was quiet for two or three years before spreading. Photographs of the case show the boy literally' covered, tho same as shown on the face in the photo below, when treatment with D. D. D. was started. Any Diotcn in the skin which attended to. However trifling it may seem, if it lingers long ten chances to one it is a parasitic atart, and at any time it may cover your race or body, or both. 1 he most hy- Filth is not the cause. gienic and cleanly people are frequently afflicted with skin diseases. At tendants in bathhouses and bar bers are examples that soap and water are no protection. When ever the skin becomes weakened or impaired, then these parasites are likely at any time to attack, and if conditions are just wrong they will thrive and some form of skin disease will result. Al most all forms of it will spread by contact. Many varieties, all similar. Tnchophytma Barbae, Lupus Serpiginosus, Elephantiasi. Each one of these skin affections is parasitic in nature, and all of them have yielded to "D. D. D." The preparation is being used by most of the skin specialists. It is com pounded for druggists solely by the D. D. D. Company, 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. It is utilized by every general family physician who has taken the trouble to investigate the work it is accomplishing. It is used in the Cook County Hospital, Chicago. . It will clear off any parasitic break in the skin in from 3 to 60 days time, v 14 V j un5 haPPiness quickly into the lives of thousands of people of this city who are miserable in Imagining ther Have a bad blood poisoning, when in nine cases out of ten it is purely a local parasitic manifestation which can be cleared way in a hurry by this preparation. Sni'u 8 abovo agent and " Pro0' ha will make yon a happier human. 1.00 buys the prescription already made up in sealed bottles with authentic label on each. The above druggists will 11 mail orders en receipt of prica. TWO FATALITIES IN FIGHT Combination of Indians. Whits Man and Whisky Properties ii the Drama. ONE BURNS TO DEATH, ANOTHER BEATEN Traa-ear Occurs at Ponca Sab-Aaeacy Hear 'Where George Bear Killed HI Son-la-Law aad Ed ward Tayloe, BIOUX FALLS, S. D., Nor. 19. (Special Telegram.) Deputy United State Marshal Petrle arrived today from an official trip to the Rosebud reservation bringing par ticulars of what will prove a double mur der on that reservation. Inapsha, an Indian belonging to the Tankton agency, 1 one ot the victims, while Mr. Warbon net, an Indian woman living on the reser vation, received Injuries from which she will die. The scene of the crime Is near Pone sub-agency, only a short distance from where George Bear, the 8loux warrior who will be hanged In Sioux Falls December S next, shot and killed John Shaw, hi step son, and Edward Tayloe, a white govern ment employe. Inapsha and another Tank ton Indian were visiting at the teepe of Mrs. Warbonnet. Hiram Bell, a white maa who formerly lived at Butte, is al leged to have visited the tepee of th Indians with a Jug of whisky. After some of the party had become Intoxicated Bell Is alleged to have attempted to assault Mrs. Warbonnet. Her aon-ln-law attacked Bell and while the two were fighting the teepe caught fire. The flames were com municfted to Inapsha's clothing, resulting in his telng burned to death. During the tight between the white man and her aon-ln-law Mrs. Warbonnet tried te escape, but was knocked down twice and so seriously Injured that she will die. Bell fled ea horseback aad is believed to have nrrjrmr j JiiliLlLv Clenrtd array almnit at orrt anrt permanently cured in VLor!i '""" "0 to the tea!,) beinftcalv, and a on th "" Xntt l'.trreni-t In apfaranre after cured. See brought more Aapnineu to humanity than thin Uteorerv. (Cleared swbt anrt entirely eared ' tt. in. name . - " u J-" -f r ttHaMaMatAUKlK w Acne, Barber's Itch, Carbuncles, Acne Rosacea. Dermatitis, Eczema in all its forms; Eczema in Infants and Young Children, Erythema, Ecthyma, Impetigo Contagiosa, Lupus, Lichen Planus, Herpes, Erysipelas, Ichthyosis, Pityriasis, Itching Piles. Lichen Ruber. Psoriasis in all its forms: Scrofula. Sehorrhnna Svencis Ks-aViia Tin.. vi.,ns Tin t: gone to the Nebraska side of tha stale line, where he evidently is in hiding. Acquitted of Murder Cbarae. YANKTON, S. D Nov. 19. (Special Telegram.) Elmer Brown and Charles Carter of Sioux City, on trial for the mur der of Louis Thrane, were today acquitted by the Jury. Thrane was sandbagged and robbed laet September, dying from th ef fects of his Injuries. There Is now no clue to his assailants. Frank Culligan was sentenced to two year and three mcntha In the penitentiary for securing the signature ot Mrs. Kahn to a note under false pre tenses. Phyalrlaa AreaMed of Fraud. SIOUX FALLS, 8. D., Nov. 1. (Special Telegram.) On complaint of a farmer liv ing near Sioux Falls, Dr J E. Doran ot St. Paul, well known throughout the north west, was arrested for obtaining a note for 1150 by fraud. He denies the charge. The preliminary examination resulted In his being bound over for appearance In the state circuit court. Govrraor Appoint Jada. PIERRE, 8. D., Nov. 19. (Special Tele gram (Governor Herrled today appointed J. W. Parmley ot Ipswich county Judge of Edmunds county to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of John YeaUm cf that county. THIS ULUE SlCUATUtlE fZ 3EWARE OF 'JUST AS COODS" feit&f H U GUARANTEES jj i iiWii wm ai t asji ssjijui ssw mmmmmjm ijip raw , 1 . j rnro t "Hit WE VOUCH FOR THIS Note what Is known (having been fully proven to us) to a leader In the medical affairs of Omaha. Sherman & HcConnell Drug Go. II has been proven to ui be yond the possibility of a doubt that a new medicine quickly clears up the worst skin affec tions. Its work seems astonish ing, amazing, almost miraculous. (It is a specific formula which, because of its discovery by Dr. Decatur Dennis, is known as "D. I). D. ") Its actual record sounds like a story of magic. But there is no room for doubt about it whatever; full proofs, indi.ipur able in every respect, have been submitted regarding, hundreds of cases among thejn the two cases illustrated in this announcement. The one case shown here of the adult (Mr. Charles Jacobs, psor iasis of many years' standing) was cured ia 45 days. The other case of the boy (Sammy Minkey) was cured in three weeks. The results are not only complete, but permanent; in the case of Mr. Jacobs, which was one of tha earliest cured after the discovery of this medicament, it is now nearly three years since the dis ease was cleared out of the skin, and no taint of it has appeared since. This Is not minly a com mercial matUr. It It a matter of humanity to tell everybody with a skin dis ease about this medicament. 1 Among the many cases proven to me ot astonishingly quick- and complete cures, all of which seem to have been permanent, many were photographed in such a con dition that a reproduction in a 1n?1dav.) 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