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TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 17, 1003.
Musi Give the Tbe rnuaclt of the bowels become! act i re with sge. They must have help. ' That help thould be regular. Don't wait till yon need sotnethic g violent. It should be gentle and natural. One can't take harsh physic persistently without Infinite harm. People who must take laxatives regu larly should take nothing but Caa carets. Salts and .pill cathartics Irritate the bowels until the lining greys cal loused. Then one needs larger doses. They irritate the stomach, too. Their constant use always leads to dys pepsia. .. Case arc ta are gentle. Their regular use Is never injurious. aample Latest Model soaking mnnay fast WriU Jvr t3 IWKEt KEQVIKEO 9 arnFnne, anywhere in the U. allow ikn UAlIf FKKB TRIAL du,in-which time you marridc the bicycle and put lt ta any test yoa wih. If ywi are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wiab ta kn 11m hirvrlA thin M K. U ... s. . . . .1 - . . , . ' r ----- aanmnw nniAra We VfttalVAl r&lyL op, to IM middlemen a erofita hv ..V um uciiuMi your oicrcia. at amy pricm until pruu and rrma ,J f V i VQSI H ELL EE ASTflVESSTII when reoaive our beautiful catalogue and 1 l HIVUM,LU .tudy our superb r.iodrls at the wenruily w I ' I ww Vw we can mskeyoa this year. We aell uSe hwliejtcrade Bicycleafor leasaioney than anv other fartnrv. UICTClK ltlAL;ili, rM.M.wr our riicea. Orders niled tha SECONO II A NO BICVCLK8. lumber on hand taken in 'promrnly at prices rangin from S3 to 8 C0ASTES-RA!S. ""lJJ11" and l'la. pana, repair, an aquipment of all kinds at (Ti)L2 ISEDSETUOnfJ SELF-EEflLlfia TIDES i.SSZ3S Ml (li) The rtrular rtlail trkt or Ota lira it KiJO per pair, but to introdxc as will tU)itmasampUfatrtorfMtatMwunoraerf4M). R9 MORE TROUBLE FROM PDKCTSSES ' NAILS, Tank or Claaa will not lot that Sir oak Bizty thousand pairs aotd last year. ' Over two hundred thousand pairs now In use. I a7raTCAm70ayf Madeinallaia.ItiaIrlT and eaav ridinir.vervdurableand Unedlnaidewith . a aDccial aualitv of rubber, which never becomes porous and which cloaca up small punctures without allow, ins; the atr to escape. We have hundreds of letters from aatia fiedcustomerastatinethatthelrttreshaveonlvbeen tumted tip once or twice in a whole aeaaon. They weigh no an ordinary tire, the puncture reslstlngqualities being given by several layer of thin, apecially prepared fabric on the ireaa. i ne regular price oi mcae ureaisso.s per pair, out lor edvertieinr nurnoaes we are making a sneci factor nrir in the rider of only R8o per pair. All order shipped same day etter is received. We ship CO.D.M approval. You do not pay a cent until you have examined aDd found them strictly as represented. we will allow a twsh dismount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price S4.69 per pair) if von send FULL CA8U WITH OKOEft and enclose this advancement. We wUl alaoaend on nickel plated brass hand pump. Tire to be returned at OUK expense if for any reason they ara not aatiafactory on exam in at ion. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is a safe a in a bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster, wear better, las; longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or aeen at any price. W know that you will be so well plraaed that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order. We want you to (end us a trial order at once, hence thia remarkable tire offer. 1ST Wif firm TITST: JljltJly DyJtln1 ' "nV price until you ectid for a prr of r W W tmtJLU farffiO Hedgethorti Puncture-Proof tirea on approval and trial at the special introductory price quoted above: or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which deecribea and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the tvrual prices. "V tin AVflT WAST wriM a pcUl today. IH NOT TUISlk OF BDT1NO a blcyclf n3 WWffUa or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new aud wusuierfal Sets w arc making. U oauycoau a postal to Kara everything. Writ it MOW, MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, D 259, CHICAGO, ILL. A-v., irt-u i jot IMC "Wfcai Waf We maka no orrer you cheap, and consultation. bom. treatment. DR. McGEEW CHICAGO leZD.OO Via ILU.10IS CENTRAL ; Republicin national Ccnvenii.n, June 17th . Tickets on sale June'12th to lGth. Final return limit June 30th. Through Iruiuu leave Omaha Union Station 7:15 A. M. and 6:00 P. M. Tickets and sleeping car reservations at CITY. TICKET OFFICE, 1402 Famam St., or DEPOT. rpr Dr. COWARD R. TARRY 2! n U Old People Bowels Help Take one tablet as often as necessary to insure oue free movement daily. Learn how much help you need. Then be persistent and reptilax. Never give tbe poison a chance to accu mulate. Keep yourself well. f You would wreck the bowels if you did that with harsh cathartics. CeeTarfta era candy tablet. They arc (old by all drnralut. bat never in balk. Be sure la fat tbe eronlM, with C C C on every tablet. Tba box Is marked like this: Tba yet-ocln bo I 10 cetita. The month-treatment box SO casta. UJ&MWQ base sold, annually. ta fcAJlIDEfyiGETiT del "Rnrr" Wrycle fiiminhed by us. Our agent III EACH TOWN and district ta ride and exhibit a agrnts STerrwhera art JhU fimrtirniart and ittrvtl oflrr mtentt. until you receive and approve W your bi cycle. Wsshll S. wh-mt a cnt dtfiotd in advanre. Prepay frrirkt. ami , wm. ciiw .nu rwm win irui vim iwim, fumi.h th. I, .r I-... k-t k.i- - l-- m. pnfxt above actual factory coat. You save io huvinv ilimri ..4 k- h ... ..r..-h-'. ... uu Fui Hill a bicycle or a can- ot tirea trurn mtyom ritil yoa receive our catalogues and leara our unheard oi tier rkallt tprciai fffm to rider agent. We m uti.A.! i rl. c . m n.r.. . M.. you can sell our bicycle under your own nam plate at d.i hmvivmI Wi do not remlarry handle aecond h.md MmW but trade hv our I tii tn Th. or I0. Dnaim.n harm In lta miilt tt. kaif Vu utual rttaii frictt. POnCTEinE - PROSF . Nottoe tbe thick rabbar tra4 MA" and. punoturo atrlpa "H" and "li," also rtra atrip H" to prerrcat rlna catting. This tire wl? 1 ontlant any other more than nsKs-mirr, tLaVallU KA8T BIOIKO, " Ml DO YOU KNOW what cuts arc worth? Not what they cost, but their value as a business getter. Modern methods strongly aps prorc of good illustrations. Cuts and type combine the two great factorswthe goods and their de scription. Invigorate your literature and stationery with a good cut THE PROFESSOR. BAKER BROS. ENG. CO. ' Barker Clack, Cmsba irarr rnerri pay lour fee lBM ) mmm IM WHEN CUREq wui ear. you tor X.XS8 MOIBT than any othsx ijsolaU. and aocarjt tha monav in anv wa.v ,nn wuii Ia . w m ,rTou" bulty, Blood roiaon, Bkia Dlaeaaaa. Kidney uu ouuuer ajisaBaaa, ttwmaca, aoi aipaciaa Buiaaaaa aaa uaata of aten. Established in Omaha 25 Years. misleading or falsa atatement or Free worthless treatment Examination Writ for symptom blank for CO., 215 S. 14th St., Omaha. Neb. RETURN Illinois CENTRAL nononoyTiil Cured 2 4 Deo C!d OMAHA. NED. J rV ULCERATION and all RECTAL Dig. am X aAE carsd atitnoat tbe knifa. hcruisBeat cm 111 u'aji4 1 years eipeu.uce Wriu u lie lllua- V trated buok an ikocial Diaeaaaa, for niaa aad ooauao. a ,MS . txaiBinaiiga f ia. GREAT PROMISE FOR TESMS Coming of the Anfttralaii&n and Bfit iih Cracki to America, CHAMPIONS OF GAME ARE COMING WIMIasr aad Brooke aua Dokrrta Will riar Asneriran Crack, at Newport Darin Next Avtroat. NEW YORK, May l&-Oreat Intemst ha ben aroused amonir lawn tennis player by th. report that Anthony T. Wilding, the Australian, may come over here this sum mer, accompanied by Norman E. Brook, the great left-handed player, who won the all-England single championship last year. If these player come here. In addition to the British players, this will be the great est aeaaon lawn tennl In thl country ever has enjoyed. Although all these player are eligible for the national single at New port In the week of August IS, they will not be able to go after the double tltlo unless they get here early enough to enter the Qualifying tournament. How to lift the Davis International chal lenge cup la the problem which now take fleet place In tire, thoughts of tennl play er. Err. Jamea Dwlght, president of the United State National Lawn Tennl as sociation, and the executive committee have begun a task not at all easy. The opening negotiations for tha matches Dr. Dwlght has handled with such diplomacy that the appearance of the Australasian. Brookes and Wilding, is assured. In addition to the English team. Thl is a feather In the cap of th. present lawn tennl administration, provided the American wlclder of the racquet of the top flight support the game a they should, and It now appears evident they Intend to do so. -"This country must surely put Its best and boldest to the front this year," was the declaration of a great player only a day or two ago. "The na tional loyalty of every American follower of the game should be brought out a never before, for what It will relatively amount to I that not only will the tie matches be tween England and America be decided In thl country, but In a sense the pseudo challenge contests for the cup Itself." On July 4 the southern doubles will be played . at Atlanta, The western double come on July 26 at Chicago. The eastern doubles 'are at the Longwood Country club following July SI. Player must win one of thvthree tournament to qualify for the east against west against south matches at Crescent Athletic club on August 13, 14 and 16. The play on the Crescent grounds In turn qualifies for the challenge round at Newport against Frederick B. Alexander and Harold H. Hackett, who won tha na tional title last year. Hugh L. Doherty, who. It la hoped, will come to the United States this Bummer, 1 the only foreigner who has won the Ameri can title In singles since the beginning of championship lawn tennis here In 1SS1. He won In 1908, that 111 fated year, when the Davis cup went from our shores not to re turn until perhaps 1908. ir. W. V. Eaves won the all-comers In 1897, but R. D. Wrenn beat him In the challenge round. Reginald F. Doherty won the all-comers In 1902, but William A. Larned defended the .national title successfully. Hugh Doherty did not come to America In 1904, so the title he won passed by default to Holcombe Ward. The Dohertys won the double championship In 190!! and 1903. The effect of a visit of uch players a Brooke, Wilding, the Doherty and some other of the first rank ought to be a great Improvement In the quality of play In this country. NEW ETJIES TO G0VEEN THE FEET Sna-a-eatlona that Pat m. Bit ot Htadl can ob Service). , LONDON, May 16. During the winter the season of enforced Inaction for the ma jority of English lawn tennl tournament player, the question of making some alter ation In rule No. 7, which deals with the method of service, has provided a topic of discussion provocative of varied opin ion, and, It Is feared, little finality. At the annual meeting of the Lawn Tennis association, held last November, 8. A. E. Hlckson, who ha made thl thorny subject hi special care, and advocates reform with a pertinacity worthy of a better result, succeeded In getting a committee appointed to consider the whole question. Thl com mittee went about it work In the most businesslike way by getting the suggestion for reform narrowed down to three Issues and circularising all the club affiliated to the Lawn Tennis association In order to find out their view upon the different proposals. , These proposed alteration may be sum marised a follow: 1. To require the server to keep both feet on the ground behind the base Una until the service was delivered. 2. To allow the server to raise on foot during the act of serving, provided such foot Is replaced behind the base line before It or the other foot touches or crosses the base line. S. To allow the server to raise one foot during the act of serving, provided su?l foot Is behind the base line at the actual moment of delivery of the service. This third proposition contain the princi ple of the rule which ha been tn existence for some year with the remaining detail of the rul put Into more Intelligible Eng lish than has been the case hitherto. A fourth proposal was also put before the affiliated clubs, suggesting the drastic in novation of only allowing one service under whatever rule might be adopted. As might have been expected, the replies received by the Lawn Tennl association committee exhibited a delightful diversity of opinion, for a question of this kind is the one on which nearly every player ha his own pet theory of what ought to be done. Taking, however, the replies in bulk It ha been made clear that player generally, conscious, no doubt, of their own failings, will have nothing to do with the proposal that one service only be allowed, whllu, although proposal one and two have each received considerable support, there 1 a majority of those In favor of the third pro. posal. vli., to leave the law a It 1. only put Into clearer language, over th com bined upporter of the first two proposals. The council of the Lawn Tennis associa tion, therefore. In considering It commit tee' report, resolved to recommend the adoption of proposal No. I at the next an nual meeting of th. Lawn Tennis associa tion, and to communicate Us decision to the United States Lawn Tennis association, with a view to obtaining American acqui escence in the necessary verbal alteration. In thl the council ha shown It posses sion of sound common sense, for it 1 In th last degree improbable, had either of the other propositions been adopted by the council, that the United State Uwn Tennl association would have been inclined to agree with them, since any alteration of th rule In the direction indicated would have gone far to nullify th. efficacy of what has become known as the "American" ser vice. The Americans, however, should find no difficulty In- adopting th view taken by th Lawn Tennl aeaociatlon, and therefore International difference, which might re sult in dlaastar to the gam, will almost certainly b. avoided. Tba real difficulty, however, lies, not In that warding of th rule, but In th enforc ing of It by umpire. It I not too much to say that the umpire Is in. a position from which It I quite Impossible for him to tell whether tha rule la being Infringed, unless the Infraction 1 extraordinary glaring. When there I a lineman, he can generally tell if the rule I broken, though until a race of linesmen csh be evolved with eyes arranged vertically Instead of horlxon tally, even these officials cannot always be certain. ' It I In the direction, therefore, of con sidering how the rule. If passed at the next annual meeting of the Lawn Tennis asso ciation, can best be enforced that the coun cil should direct Its attention, and with a body so- really representative of lawn ten nis players as the council it should not bo Impossible to evolve some method, even If It should take the drastic form of directing umpires to foot-fault a player unless they are satisfied of the absolute fairness of his delivery to give the benefit of the doubt. In effect, to th. striker-out, and not to the server. CORNELL WATER MEN ON JUMP Crews Have Stiff Dual Proirsm Ahesvd .' Jnat Now. ITHACA. N. T.. May 16. Busy time are confronting the oarsmen at Cornell, for. In addition to the work of preparing the var sity eight for the dual race with the Har vard crew on the Charle river on Me morial day, the Cornell navy Is busily perfecting Its plans for the annual navy week, which Includes a regatta on Cayuga lake. The fixing of the date for the meet with Harvard on Memorial day precluded the appearance of the Red and White var sity boat In the lake regatta, which comes on the same day, but as the plans now stand the Cornell second varsity will try conclusion against the second varsity crew of the University of Pennsylvania, and thl In Itself should give an Inter esting contest. It was unfortunate that the date with Harvard prevent the first crew from en tering the home regatta, but no other ar rangement could be made, as the Cornell Harvard contest Is now the only one avail able for the Ithacans, Inasmuch as the board of stewards of the Poughkeepsle re gatta has ruled that none of the crews tak ing part In that classic may take part tn dual meets with one another, and at least one bona fide race before the race on the Hudson Is considered necessary by the coaches of all the crews concerned In order that they may discover Just where their crews are weak. The varsity crew Is slightly unsettled at present owing to the withdrawal of Koerncr and the shifting about of the other men In the squad to fill the vacant slide. DEMAREST GOOD AS PROFESSIONAL Maarlre Daly Pay Amatenr Cham . plon High Compliment. NEW YORK, May 16.-Maurlce Daly, the well known billiard expert, gives his Im pression of Calvin Demarest a follows: "Demarest Is a great player and almogt fit to cope with our best professionals. He has courage, stamina and lots of billiards, Hs has brought amateur billiards upon a plane with the professional and ha demon strated that the love of the art will sur pass the commercial side of it. However, I think for future contest he Is too strong. for very few amateurs will devote the time necessary to attain Demarest's speed. I am afraid, therefore, they will bo obliged to relegate, him from the rank In order to have future tournaments. Professional bil liards would be a gainer If Demarest should Join Its ranks, for we would then have another young man in,the field to contend with Hoppe, Instead of old men like Slosson, Bchaefer, "Sutton and mostly all the rest. STANFORD AT THE CHICAGO MEET Committee In Charare Accept the En tries from California College. CHICAGO. May 16. The committee In charge of the western conference Inter collegiate track meet which' la to be held here on June 6 has accepted the entry of nine men proposed by Leland Stanford university, and the California collegians are hoping for great things from their athlete. This meet will be Stanford's first appearance against the middle western colleges since they were represented by Coe, the great . hammer thrower, several years ago, and the men entered for the meet have marks that promise well for their performance thU year. The fund being raised by the un dergraduates at Stanford to send the team to this city has reached the 1,000- mark, and in order to aid In the financing of the trip arrangements are beli.g con sidered for a dual meet, with the Uni versity of Colorado, to be held on June 2. NO NEW GOLF RULES THIS SEASON Royal and Ancient Will Not Put Chansrea Into Force. GLASGOW, May 16. Golfer will be Interested to learn that In regard to the new rules of the game, on which a spe cial subcommittee of th. Royal and An cient club has for some time been en gaged, a motion will be put before the spring meeting Of the club this month suggesting that a special meeting of the Royal and Ancient be held on August SI to consider the draft of the new rules preparatory to their being finally passed at the autumn meeting In September. The draft of the rules has been com pleted by the subcommittee, but their adoption at the May meeting U now out of the question, so that they will not come Into force this season. Fishin' Time THE DAYS OF DROWSY DO- XOTIIIXG-ISM WARM SUI. TRY Hot Burning Up Hc&t ! It'a hero. , , And bo are tbe clothes suitable to such a season 11KRK. Suits for sultry summer made-to-measure f3 to 50. OPEN EVENINGS. MacCarthy-Wilson Tailoring Co. 804-300 SOtTU loTU 6T. Near Bouthwewt Oomer 16U and Favrnani bto. l'lioue Douglas 1808. Lr mm N LIN1& GOLF ON THE EASTERN Buiy Season Indicated by Program Now Laid Down. SCHEDULE FULL FOR SIX MONTHS Three National rhamnloaahlpa Set ' Eastern Coerae and a Lot of Loral Event, of 1 m portanre. NEW YORK, May Id Fortune has been kind to eastern golfers this year. Only a cursory glance at the season's schedule Is needed to show that Important tournaments will follow each other In rapid succession during the next six months. To begin with, there are the three national championships, all to be decided over eastern Courses. The amateur feature, regarded In1 this country as the blue ribbon event of the year In American golf, will cjalm attention at Gar don City the entire week, beginning Mon day, September 14. Garden City I no stranger to golfer. In fact. It was there during the summer of 1900 that the ama teurs competed for the national title and the final was made memorable In more ways than one. Slrjre then many Improve ments have been made on the course. On August Zl and 28, the well-known link of the Myopia Hunt club, near Roston, will once again become the scene of a na tional competition. The attraction will be the opn championship, which has already been held three times over the Hamilton links. Until the tournament awards were made at the last annual meeting of the United States Golf association, It had been expected that the west would put In a bid for the open, rather than let the 1908 season pass without one of the three national at tractions. But the professionals are not sought after nearly so much In thl coun try as abroad. One direct after for the open was received from the Englewood Golf club, while Herbert C. Leeds, In behalf of Myopia, stated that his club would be will ing to take the open, provided It was held the latter part of August. When put to a vote nearly all the delegates declared In favor of Myopia. ' Pros, rtoycott Myopia. Since then some of the professionals have gone on record with statements to the ef fect that they would not play at Myopia because of alleged shabby treatment In former years. The fact remains that tho delegate at their annual session voted for Myopia, and It Is certain that the United States Golf association will hold It there on the dates assigned, no matter what ac tion may be taken by the "pros." A for the links. Myopia has always ranked as the best golf course In the United States. The other national tournament Is the women's, to be held on the Chevy Chase links at Washington October 19 to 24. This will be the first time In the history of American golf that a club so far south has been selected for a national champion ship. It was claimed at the meeting by W. Fellowes Morgan, secretary of the United States Golf association, that a serious mistake would be made In send ing the women to Washington, where there are practically no women golfers. The delegates then lost no time In voting al most unanimously In favor of Chevy Chase, despite tha fact that the women had In written communications expressed a pref erence for the Philadelphia Country club. But after all, It must be a matter of opinion whether or not the delegates acted wisely In their distribution of the three national plums. At, any rate. New Fjig land and more particularly Massachusetts, with their beloved Myopia, . are again sat isfied, while Now Yorkers are naturally charmed over the prospect of having the amateur at Garden City. As for the wom en's event, those who succcrefully pulled the wires In favor of Chevy Chase can at least claim a certain amount of credit for missionary work, and possibly If the de parture result In an awakening of Inter est on the part of the southern women, ihe sacrifice will not have been made In vain. Important Eastern Events. In addition to the three national tour naments the east has Its own circuit of Important gatherings. Every year the trl clty competition for the Lesley cup deeply lutcrests the Philadelphia, Massachusetts and Metropolitan associations, and by or der of rotation the attraction will next take place over a course in this vicinity. No selection has as yet been made, A little later the Metropolitan Golf asso ciation will send out notice to half a doxen of the leading clubs in the district asking If they would care to handle the lesley cup competition, which Is to be de cided October. 2 and J. When the replies have been received tho committee will then seloct the courte. The New York team, headed by Travis, won the cup for the second consecutive time at the Country club of Brookllne last fall. An annual event hereabouts that In the opinion of many come second only to the national. Is the championship of the Met ropolitan Golf association, the scene of action this time to be the well known course of the Baltusrol Golf club. May 20 to 23 are tho dates. Baltusrol, like Garden City, has undergone many improvements of late, so much so that the course' is now generally regarded as one of the most scientific tests of golf In the country, Tha following week. May 26 to 29, , the women's metropolitan championship Is on for the Essex County Country club, while a week later, June 4, 6 and 6, the men will strive for the New Jersey title at Englewood. Jerome D. Trovers, who at present wear the triple crown national, metropolitan an,d New Jersey champion says he will defend his titles. The women's tri-clty contest and east ern championship have been set for June 9. 10. 11 and 12 at the Oakley Country club, near Boston. Another attraction In which New Yorker will in all proba bility be especially favored 1 the annual champlonsnlp of the Eastern Professional Golfers' association. The plan I to run thU off next month, and tha Englewood links have been mentioned a a likely place. Date have been set aBlde In September for an open championship of the Metro politan G-Jlf association, and all that Is needed to make this tournament a certainty Is for some club to offer its course and In cidentally consent to assume half the ex pense. The intercollegiate championship will be decided la the fall at Brae Burn. OLYMPIC WRESTLING TRY0UTS Matches Set Down for the Laat Week la Mar. NEW YORK. Mav 1. The executive com mittee ot the American Olympic games com nil Uee has decided to hold wrestling tryouts, catch-as-catch-can style, at the following weights: Bantam, to 119 pounda; feather, to 133 pounda; light, to 147 pounda; middle, to 1(U pounda; heavy, over 161 pounds. Bouts to be limited to fifteen minute. These tryouts will be held during the last week In May, the lth and 2ttth, and are to be merely gulda. Under no circum stance does the committee agree thut the wluier shall be sent. An entrance tea of 12 per man In each event will be charged. No prises will be given, but an Olympic diploma will b awarded to the winners. Entries close with Jamea E. Sullivan, 21 Warren street, New York City, May 20. The deep, underlying cause of every old sore 19 a bad condition of the blood. This vital fluid has become Infected with pome germ or poison which, prevents the place from healing. This infection may be the result of an inac tive, sluggish condition of the system leaving the refuse matter of the body to be absorbed Into the circulation instead of throwing; it off through the usual channels of nature. Another cause is the weakening or polluting of this life stream from hereditary; taints, or from the effects of a long spell of sickness, leaving disease germs in the system. When the blood is In this condition a sore cannot heal because the impurities with which the circulation is filled ara being constantly discharged into the place to irritate and inflame the tissues and further disease the surrounding flesh. The only treatment that can do any good is one that removes the cause, and for this purpose nothing equals S. S. S. It begins at the fountain head of the trouble and drives out all germs, impurities and poisons, and then the place, being supplied with rich, pure blood, heals naturally and permanently. Local applications assist in cleans ing the place, but a cure can only be effected through a purification of the blood. ... Book on Sores and Ulcers and any medical advice free. IHE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.' Don't delay If In need of skillful nmdlcal attention and you are desirous of being restored to health. Consult at once the re liable, skillful, experienced and successful specialist of the State Medical InHtltute, Blsex ine riK'll 1 em.iumii .met mm cured promptly, safely and thoroughly. We make a thorough searching and scien tific physical examination that discloses the Buf ferer's condition and treat each case accorlng to Its special reriulremnts. We become thoroughly conversant with all the minute details and know exactly whit we can do and promise nothing more. We are not obliged to resort to experiments. W treat man only and cur promptly, cafely and thoroughly and at th. lowest cost BRONCHITIS, CATABBH, IlgV OUS DEBILITY, BLOOD POISON, SKIN DISEASES, KIDNEY and BLADDER DIS EASES and all Spaoial Siaea and their complication. STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 1 KNOWN AS THE BEST DOCTORS FOR EffEN Call and Be Examined Free or Write , Office Hours 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sundays 10 to 1 Only. 1308 Farnam St., Between 13th and 14th Sts., Omaha, Neb. Permanently Established la Omaha, Nebraska. Advance SMe OF AN AHA An Extra Good Onc-PIccc GENUINE PANAMA HAT Regular Value $7.50 This Week Only $4.85 B. Edward Zeiss Successor to C. H. FREDERICK CO., 1S04 Farnam Street. Omaha. 'Twu moonllfht, and Two lovara at Behind a Marry Widow tat. The Merry "Widow is the sen sation of the day. Among the notable Omaha sensations is the hit made by our classy ready-to-wear clothes, of which the $25.00 line is especially attractive. Note We are closing out our stock of traveling bags at less than cost. W. T. BOURKE, MEWS TASHIOBT IHOF 31 South Blxtaanth Straat ee Want Ads heals: oOLD SORES m iy HIT imM8aaaBgMaSBgggBga I . ' J. I CONSULT FREE TBE RELIABLE SPECIALISTS OF TIE THE BEST KNOWN ilnCash 550.000 ; in Stock The Miami v CycloftMfCai which aarnad 10 during tha i season of 1907, ia of farad aa proof that Tba Worlds Bt Bkrsl baa lrtaa proaaure on Ha crank hangar bearing tUau any ordinary blryc.l built; UiorHforo, tnatlt piubeaaauler and run factor with leaa energy and wlllcliuibhUla eattlnr. Tue explan ation i found in the special Crank HauKur construction and larva bprockecaoftuo Recycle. 1W Model ara built with drop forged ste.,1 beadi, crown and anat pout cluatera and Uie f raiuea are uiavda ot Enguah cold drawn weldleae steel tubing luuIu!t,uoclli Jf foi Uli lw.yvM.Wi luade aa Iiuar non-breakable a money, material and wurkuuuiaUip will permit. 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