Newspaper Page Text
THE OMATTA' .SUNDAY BEE: MAY . 29, 1010.
1 i lv. ( I. Nebraska W00OAKU m HKLNli MM Superintendent of Lincoln Hospital for Insane Talks of Work. Says employes come and go Declares Letter About Conditions Thrre Gives Wroai lnprMloi Wants Habile to Vltll Pltct Aar Time. .' - ' (From a Btaff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, May 2s.-(Speclal.) "I deny emphatically and In toto the charge made In the letter iient to The-.ee from the asylum and published last Monday," Bald Superintendent Wuodard. The charges were In effect that owing to a reduction In wages paid to attendants that first-class help Is not employed at the Institution! that attendants paid for by relatives of patients are not furnished; that several of the employes got drunk ' and fought recently, and that flowers P a grown In the green houses were not used GAIN they come with the fife nnd drum And the banner lifted high above; The tread again of the marching men Keeps time with the lively notes they love. .tosh) Tlie boys and girls, as the flag unfurls, Salute with their shouts and waving hands, And cheers and songs from the voicing throngs Responses give to the martial bands. Again do we hear the bugle clear That starts the pulse as in other years, In the wards, but thousands of roses had been cut and used somewhere else, and that the enormous crop of the poultry yard did not get to the tables of the Inmates or employes, "I have no Idea who wrote the letter," said Dr. Woodard, but the writer has made a wrong application In every Instance. It la true that employes come and go, but 1 ' am doing the best I can to keep good help. When an employe does not do his duty as , I think he should then I send him to the ' bookkeeper for his time. That fight which was referred to as a disgrace, I knew noth ing of until tho next morning. It was re y ' ported to me that two of the employes had - trouble and I discharged them both. I have dune that on occasions when I thought It was necessary, regardless of politics. Hut the Institution is open and I court visitors and nothing goes on there that 1 am ashamed of." Dr. Woodard was asked If he had not "fired" Williams, the farmer. "No, sir, he was not 'fired,' " was the reply. "I needed Williams' place for another and Informed him of that fact. Dr. Hay was not 'fired.' Ills place was simply needed and he had to give way. Ih fact, Dr. Hay had no com mission, and if he had no commission how could he be 'fired?' " It was reported that Mr. Williams had to give way to an Inexperienced man who had a pull with the administration. Most of the Information made public In the letter from the asylum had been pub lished from time to time, having been learned from other sources. Ludden Compares Charges. Luther P. Ludden, secretary of the State Normal board, has made a report to the board of his charges against J. W. Crab ' tree and the answer Mr. Crabtree filed. Mr. Ludden went Into both statements and Showed the discrepancies. The following statement wo. issued to- First Place is Won by Paul Kamanski day by State Superintendent Bishop: In tho Nebraska State institute, to be held In Lincoln next week, provision has I been ruade for a drill of thirty minutes l each day In parliamentary law. This class 'Will meet In Kepreaentatlve hall on V Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday morning, beginning ai. o a. m, ror. Or gives its sound at the burial mound In tones that speak of the soldier's tears. Her generous part does woman's heart In tender and quiet ways make known, As with flowers meet and tears more sweet Her care for the soldier's grave is shown. With trust in thee, 0 land of the free,, The heart beats warm and the arms are strong; For each one knows that liberty's foes Must meet with the fate of vanquished wrong. Beriah F. Cochran. ERDMAN IS A SI ICE IP MAN i III B Admits to Acting Chief Mostyn that He Has Held Up Many. IDENTIFICATION IS COMPLETE i" Flanders rnllr Think They Jlow Have Suffi cient Evidence Connect Krd mnn with Dynamite Case at Drsnlun Home. Mrs. R. W. Raymond, 1512 Grace street accompanied by two guests at her home. visited the city jail Saturday afternoon and positively Identified Erdman as the man seen In the vicinity of the Dennlson home. Both Mrs. Raymond and her guest are positive. Erdman's peculiar walk attracted their attention and led to the Identifica tion. Elmer Thomas was closeted with the prisoner for a time Saturday afternoon. Together with a trump card said to fix absolute guilt upon Erdman ns having de vised and placed the Infernal machine on Tom Dennlson's porch. Captain Mostyn Saturday, morning got an admission from the prisoner that he had beon a "stick-up" man. "Erdman told me he had frequently held up persons and taken money from them to go Into a gambling game." said Captain Mostyn. "He freely admitted ho was not conscientious In routing out gambling, but used his operations against it merely to find out what he called 'crooked' games. He said he often took money from cltlsens and gamblers at the point of his gun, and that he had paid part of the money to cer tain persona who knew of his acts." The acting chief declared that the testi mony from the Hagelelt girls and the Mc Lelands. Identifying Erdman as the man they saw going toward the Dennlson home with a suit case, was most con clusive. He added . that a witness Is at hand to swear he saw the man enter Erd man's yard with the suit case. Another trump card was expected to be furnished Baturday afternoon, he said. x Deputy County Attorney Magney said Saturday morning that Erdman would be rearralgned on the original complaint next Friday and would be given a preliminary hearing at that time. mC? teams had the second game of their Berles In Osceola Friday afternoon, the re sult being 7 to i In favor of Osceola. Haskell Prize Contest at Bellevue of Bloomfield, Neb. Miss Knapp is Second, BELLEVUE, Neb., May 28.-(8peclal.) The first "Haskell" prize contest In ora- oi. lireKK of reru will nave lory was nem at ine tresoyienan cnurcn charge of this woik, and it Ib his 'hope and yesterday evening. The contestants were fiintb wake the" atuay and pTacUce of '""'ted to members of the freshman and parliamentary law so extensive and In- sophomore classes. Mr. Paul Kamanski iejitlve that a student of even ordinary of Bloomfield, Neb., took first with an iJ SiFftn,neeStronrndbeaad'muled oration on Booker T. Washington. Mr. 7 lhA nr&ctlce of parliamentary law. The I Kamanski is a freshman. Mlsa Hermle runillrmrnta ire nOt at all I Vna r,n m mrxnYtrtmna nf PaHar Dliiffa "!n?.?ntAn,d il?.Km?0tLbai!elner? Neb., 'won second place with an oration ILiMin., entitled "The Persistent Jew." The other rr... - . 1 am Aiitllned divides the GOUrse 1 nAatania nf tli. .v.nlnir Hall vorml Vito-hlv fc'MS raUonB- r. Joseph C.a- Zntirv work contain such names as M. I baugh spoke on "The Meaning of Irrlga H Keese. Silas K. Barton, Addison wane, Uon to the Arid West;" Mr. Curtis on "The W. H. Wilson, J l iirian, .. v.. uw r w Khi,n. W. J. Furse, A. V. John- i . . Mirtn u - t n w i fa m i ihii eOiius KT C "HurT eGorge W. Ayres. C. fy.Vr.'... ir Herce. The roll for tlie advanced class has not yet been made up. Salaries An Increased. As a reward for faithful services, the Stato Board of Public lands and buildings, has Increased the wages of U. O. Sawyer, engineer from SW to $100 a month and of the head Janitor, S. Bullard from $60 to $70 a month. The board is seriously consider ing the pay of all the Janitors who have more than six children. Stock Yards Hearing Jan 1. , American Pioneer;" Mr. Thomas Miller on "Forest Preservation," and on "The City of the Future." Selections were rendered during the course of the evening by the college orchestra. Mr. Glan Rice and Mr. Paul Johnson gave vocal selections of much merit. The Judges, all of them being of the faculty, were: Profs. Carter, Calder, Leonard, Tyler and Miller. of people have been exposed, bixteen families in all, have been quarantined, but no fatalities have occurred as the con tagion seems to be of a light nature. NEBRASKA CITY The annual memorial services will be held In this city next Mon day under the direction of the Grand Army of the Republic post. Jerome Schamp of Lincoln will deliver me aaaress ai me cemetery. Company C will take part In the ceremony. KEARNEY The Kearney Commercial club trade excursion, which was knocked In the head with a heavy rain tnis week, will be pulled off next week in a bigger and better manner than originally planned. The date set for the next trip Is Wednesday and Thursday, June 2 and 3. CAMBRIDGE A telegram was received from Decatur, 111., yesterday morning an nouncing the death of Thomas H. Clark. Mr.' Clark was one of the pioneers of this county and left his home here to go to his old home In Illinois to spend his last days, where he died of cancer. NEBRASKA CITY Ernest J. Whltsell and Miss Marie E. Trimble, both of Hills boro. Mo., came to this city yesterday and were quietly married. They had eloped from parents who opposed their marriage and will remain here until they get forgiven and are asked to return home CAMBRIDGE This section of the state received a fine rain Wednosday night of .76 of an inch, and another gentle rain last night meaBurlng an Inch, tanners are re porting a large per cent of the small grain In excellent condition and, with the present abundance of rain, are looking forward to a bumper wtjeat crop, REPUBLICAN CITY Mrs. Duncan Kerr met with quite a serious accident while MIbs Marie m town yesterday, wnue sne was getting into ner dukkv to go nume, ine nurses y Nebraska City Commencement. NEBRASKA CITY, Neb., May 2S.-(Spe-clal.) The graduating exercises of the Ne braska City High school took place last vanlni t the Overland theater. The ad- The hearing on the application or tne dfeM Qf the evenlng wag made by t. F. South Omaha stock yards for permission Roach and ne took for hlB Bubject ..Xne to Increase rates will begin before the proflt of Educatl(n,.. pr. Claude Watson, State Railway commission, June 1, at 2 prcildent of Board of Education pre- p. m. At this time the physical, valuation aented tna atp,omamj Xne graduates were of the property will be taken up. As some AU(m JuUa A Blschof Ralpn Bo8. of those Interested cannot be present on worth Mlnnle Uradehoft. Agnes Caples, that date, a later date will be set for the Majorle Benton. Carl D. Cans, Herbert H. -hearing on other phases of the case HaJ1 Rutn E Hebard, Lucln Lee Hoch- 9, Los Anseles Limited On Asraln. stetler, Verna H. Lathrop, Laura L. The Union Pacific railroad has secured Kuhlman, Winifred Marquis, Marie G. permission of tlvo railway commission to Meyers, Margaruette O'Brien, HUdagarde reinstate Its Los Angeles limited rtaln Nos. j scharp, Lessle E. Thomas, Arva M. 7 and 8, beginning June 16. Ihese trains Wetthoener, Paul BartUng, Ray Bosworth, were taken off owing to washouts. The Bertram Bone, Eugene Cady, Ethel Cook, same rule will apply to them as now applies oigas Fastenam, Harvey G. Hall, Bertha to the Overland Limited .they will not g. Hebard, Frank L. Hilldln, Russell J. carry local passengers. To care for the Kautx, Eva G. McNamara, Ella Gregel, local traffic, two new trains have been Frelda Maurer, Elizabeth K. Miller, Celia put on by this road, Nos. 17 and 18. Marie Robblns, Birdie E. Snider, Lucille Wants Itefuud for I'nuaed Ticket. W. Trail and Marie Zlmmers Marshall Collins of Grand Island bought a ticket over tho Union Pacific from Grand Nebraska News Notes, r.i.n m Mlssmirl Villev. He went bji far REPUBLICAN CITY Miss Elizabeth ,! hn ..ui th ,Hr.rf Hall of Diller. Neb., has been engaged as ma v. ........ assistant principal ot itepuDiican uuy company to reiuna me price oi me ticket schools for the coming year. from Omaha to tne lowa town, ine matter BEATRICE Nora Ellen Summers was uTv.ri.vi ti tha mllwiv pnmmluinn. granted a decree of divorce yesterday In . .:T.J T . ,a it , lr, the district court by Judge Femberton from wim-ii in ... q p dimmers on the ground oi aeseriion. Paclflo officials wun tne result that the BEATRICE H. M. and A. C. Tllton, old r.n.if Ht for the refund WSJ turned down I reiiidentH nf the Filley neighborhood, left on the ground that Collin, had bought an VcmcaL"int..0r Tlwlll' be absent iniuraiaie innui bi.f'j "" several months. the Overland train to Omaha. Application NEBRASKA CITY Someone entered the r L. Rouse of the State Normal school at Pery. NEBRASKA CITY Joseph Dukes, a farmer residing near Mlnersville came to this city yesterday and filed a charge of assault against Robert Mullenaux, a son of one of his neighbors. He charges that the young man attacked his daughter, an 18-ycar-old girl on August 24, 1909 and that the matter was kept quiet by the girl until this time. The young man has been arrested and Is in Jail awaiting his trial. 1 NEBRASKA CITY-Many of the farmers hereabouts are and have been compelled to replant their corn, because of the un seasonable weather. Moles and squirrels have been doing great damage to the seed which had been planted. A goodly number or tne larmers nave replanted all of their corn crop, because so little of the seed sprouted. The same trouble has been ex perienced with many who planted potatoes eariy. NEBRASKA CITY A man giving the name of Thompson and claiming to be an engineer working for the Faultless Caster company of this city passed two worthless checks here, both being on Jewelers and in eacn instance ne purchased a watch He passed the first for $37.60 on E. C. Ern stone and the other for a similar amount on J. H. Mikkelson. The matter was not reported to the police until the next dav and they were unable to find any trace of me man ne, no doubt, having left the city. TABLE ROCK The senior class of the Table Rock High school held Its graduating exercises msi mgm at tne opera house. isewion wesiey uaines delivered the ora tion. There were twelve eraduates. fnl lows: Annabel McNutt, Bernlce A. Woods, Clarabel Shorter, Eunice G. Norria. Floyd H. Poteet, Hazel W'lar. Kora Tenk. Mary Detective Tames "Locoed Taxi" Sleuth Swings Aboard Speeding Mo tor Cab in load Race Down Capitol Avenue. A derelict taxlcab, full power ahead and running down Capitol avenue at a speed which made It look like a comet's tall twisted In a Kansas cyclone, was captured by Detective Van Deusen Saturday morn lng in a flying leap In which he risked his life. The taxi had broken loose from Its moor ings at Twentieth street and Capitol ave nue and started down grade. A Jar bumped the throttle open and the engine started. The machine was gathering speed at an enormous rate, skimming by the cross streets like a flash, endangering the lives of pedestrians and drivers. Detectives Maloney and Van Deusen sighted the runaway a block away. Van Deusen got down on the mark and started when the machine was within fifty feet As it came along side he rose In the air with a (leap that doubled his six feet six of stature and settled In the seat like a trained aviator. A block farther on he had the machine under control, and Wheeling It about. brought it to a stop In front of his work lng partner, Maloney. The taxi belongs to the Hauser Auto service of the Rome hotel. The machine had been left standing at the top of the "3 hill by a driver answering a call at a nearby house. Blurted and in trying to stOD them she was ) M. Petrashek, Rudolph A. Kovanda, Ray .. . . . , j I ......... I.' . . 1 . . . H'l 1 1 , ., . 1 1 thrown to me ground, .one received uiun, ..inmui " uyuit ana was then made to the Interstate Commerce commission to force tho refund, and a letter has been received from this body saying It will be necessary for Mr. Collins to file a formal complaint. Cedar llatilds Commencement. CEDAR RAPIDS, Neb., May 2S.-Spe-clal.) The graduation exercises of the class of 1910 of the Cedar Rapids High school was held at tho opera house last evening. Prof. H. F. Carson of Hastings delivered V an address, using as his subject, "As You IJke it" County Superintendent' Miss Johnson was present and delivered first grade teachers' certificates to the normal . training graduates, three in number, two II J of whom received "with credit" certificates. Prekident Smith ot the Board of Education presented the diplomas in. behalf of the high school. The graduates are Edna Asch, Stella Deaver, Cleda Unseld and Frank Burgess. The baccalaureate address was given at tha Methodist church on last 8i:tidy even ing by Rev. Long and the class day pro gram was rendered on Wednesday after home of Karl Dixon, on Thursday evening, during the absence of the family and stole M that was in the pocket of a pair of trnuKers hancina in a closet. NEBRASKA CITY Judge H. D. Travis will come here Tuesday to hold an ad journed term of the district court. He has called the petit Jury to hear some ot the cases which have been set for trial. SARGENT A new business firm is being formed under the name of the Sargent Grain and Live Stock company, with J. 1). Taylor, C. W. Parks and J. E. Werhr as promoters. The capital stock Is llO.Ouu. TECUMSEH The twenty-sixth annual commencement exercises of the Tecumseh High school were held at the Smith theater last evening. Richard L. Metcalfe of Lin coln delivered the address to the class. M'COuK Owens Lnngnecker of Red Wil low, this county, died Friday ot appendi citis, having never recovered from a recent operation for that dlseave. Hullon Long necker of llollinsx Ule, Colo., was at his bedside at the .asl. KEARNEY Robert Lelch, a native of Scotland and for the last six years em ployed as a mail carried In the Kearney poslofflce, died Thursday night from blood poison. . Deceased was 26 years old. Funeral services will bs held Sunday. CAMBRIDGE Prof. Alexander J. Dunlap of Minden, Neb., who was elected as super intendent of the Cambridge city schools for the ensuing year, will deliver the me morial address at me laniDriage optr several cuts end bruises about the face and head, besides a broken arm. KEARNEY Joseph Crowe, a resident of this city, died at his home on Twenty ninth street and Avenue A, Thursday evening. Death was caused by inflamatory rheumatism from which he had been suf fering for several weeks. Mr. Crowe was formerly a resident ot Vinton, la., and the body was shipped there for Interment. SARGENT A declamatory contest by eight girls was held at Abbott Hall on Thursday evening, when Miss Ruby Sturm won a gold medal. Miss Irma Crownover, seoesid, and Miss Byrnine Prentice third. A musical program was given Friday night at the same place the proceeds of which will be expended for supplementary school apparatus. CAMBRIDGE Prof. F. A. Stuff of the state university delivered his lecture, "The Boy and His Books," at the commencement program of the class of 1910 held at the opera house last evening. In spite of the rain a large audience was present. The entire program was unique in every par ticular. The class consists ot six girls and seven boys. NEBRASKA CITY George B. Hendricks, one of the pioneer residents of Hendricks precinct, died at the age of 67. He had been a resident of that precinct for the last forty-five years and the precinct was named after his mother, who was there In the pioneer days. He is survived by his widow, two brothers, four sons and two daughters, all grown. ' CRAIG Some large lnvestements In the Dakotas have recently been made by Craig men. L. U. Longwell traded the hotel, meat market and a store building for a 4S0-acre tract In South lakota. Last week D. R. Strathers traded the Ideal Roller mills, valued at 25.(W0, for WW acres of land near Ie Lamere, N. D., giving possession of the mill In thirty days. REPUBLICAN CITY Madison B. Os born, aged 6H, died at his home last Thurs day and was burled In Cedar Grove ceme tery at this place yesterday. Mr. Osborn served four years In the civil war. He was a member of the Modern Woodmen, being one of the oldest members In the state. He was the father of three children, two of whom survive him. CKAIG The Craig School alumni held their annual meeting and banquet Friday night in the Masonic hall. A pleasing prcgram was furnished and a fine banquet served. former orricers were re-elected, as follows: Will T. Mlnler, Craig, presi dent; James A. Clark, Tecamah, vice pres ident; Edith Batchelder, Craig, secretary; tun Minier, craig, treasurer. WISNKR The class play of Wlsner was put on Thursday evening. The class all did remarkably well. 1 he house was crowded and all seemed to appreciate the efforts or the young people. The door receipts were over tUOO. Graduating exercises took lace Friday evening In the opera house, 'he class address was given by Prof. E. Zelma A. McCrea. The class prophecy was given by Annabel McNutt and the valedic tory by Hazel vviar. OAKLAND The annual banquet of the Oakland High School Alumni association was held Friday evening at the athletic association reoms, about 100 being present. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, lra Beckman vice president, Arthur geaberg; secretary jjeruia ewanson; treasurer, itaymond John sou. Theodore Sohlberg acted as toast- master and the following toasts were re SDonded tnt "A Anrihhlr " RntV. RnoAr. "Antflinff" Ira Rnnlctnun! "Thu HivAafnn Ida M. Sallander: "Shiftlnar Boundaries Axel Ewenson; "Walking Sticks," Jeanette BEATRICE Judge Walden yesterday rendered a decision In the Simon Taylor estate case. Hearing was had on the ob jection of Frank Taylor, son of the late Simon Taylor, to the allowance of a claim of $767.66 filed against the estate by Edgar iayior, anotner son, and also the cla-lm filed by Mrs. Edgar Taylor for Il.BlZfiO. The hearing was completed May 13 and the court took tne matter under advisement. Edgar Taylor was allowed S500 and his wife $1,630. The elder Taylor made his home with his son, Edgar, for some time prior to his death, during which time he was almost neipless. noon. Prof. C. L. Claus is superintendent and Mrs. F. B. Ho.ford. principal the JTouVrMemoruU. May . bUin scnooi. i BROKEN BOW Dr. Pennington, county 4 I health officer, reports about twelve oases Oareola Defeats Shelby. I of smallpox In the neighborhood of Wester- I. N.-.ni.A Nh.. W.v JR. (Si,.,ui n. ville. rmst of them blng located between - wir - - - Hint aritisir anA tiirtfunl lis. iuiVm t h eioy ana vsceoia liiun scnooi base D-1I . DrosDect of more cases as a number Y. M. C. A. Notes. A special swimming class for beginners will oe offered by the boys' department. For particulars about the class Inquiries snouio oe made to jur. uemson or Mr, Burton. A rally was held for the boys last Thurs day in the interest or the boys camp a Kings lake, which will be held from Jun 23 to July 2. The boys are enthusiastic over tne prospects or the camp. A memorial address will be delivered at the Young Men's Christian association Sunday afternoon by William Baird, hi subject being, "Patriotism and Christian hervlce." The service will be held In th lobby and will begin at 4 o'clock. Vet erans ot the civil war will attend this serv ice. j The Garden club, which Is being promoted by tne boys' department, has between 600 and w boys, who are making gardens In backyards and vacant lots. The depart mejit will soon have a man to give full time supervision tc this work. An exhibit of the products of these gardens will be held either June 11 or 13 at the associa tion building, at which prizes will be awarded to those displaying the best vegetables. Have You Examined It? The soft oak tones, the quiet restful lines, tne sturdy substantial appearance will appeal to you at once. For the dining-room, or the lib rarythcre.'is nothing superior. AH Genuine FlandersjFurniture . is made hy the Berkey Gay Furniture Co. of Grand Rapids, Mich. Their repu tation for manufacturnigTonly, the hest, has-long heencstahlishod". Tlie Flandert m . fully -up to tlieir high standard. -i The iBe eure youatep in and "examine it.' Orchard & Wilhelm 414.16-1S So. 16th St. We close at 12 o'clock Monday. SlAVDE.Ts Will Close HAYDEUs TMK MUUU trout ' at 12 m. Monday DECORATION An exceptional lot of specials, arranged for the morn ing hours, will make them exceedingly interesting and profitable to Monday buyers. in bloom, 10 Jassamine Buds at, ' per dozen 10 Panay Planta 3 for HAYDElTs TMt KCLUBLC STONS On Sale in Basement Monday, A. M, HAYDEtTs THC RILIABUC tTOftC Cyclone Cellars Refuge for Many Protection Saves People -of Pierce City, Mo., from Tornado that Destroys Homes. PIERRE CITT. Mo., May 28.-A tornado which formed northwest of hera at 6 o'clock tonight, struck the western edge of town a few minutes later, destroying ten dwellings and several barns, and swept southward out of sight. No one was killed. Cyclone cellars saved the families of Ed ward Greer, William Tate, John Shylock and James Abnathery. In each Instance the tornado swpt the houses from above the cellar where men, women and children were huddled together. That many per sons were not killed is due to the fact that the twlscer was s-en to form by those en dangered and thus they had an opportunity to seek refuge. The tornado swept treej, telephone poles, houses, fei.ces and vegetation from a path 300 feet wide Leaving the town, it lifted, and descended again several miles south. Meager reports of destruction to farm property have been received. Telephonic and telegrapbio communication in all di rection was Interrupted for five hours. Excelsior Springs . Dangerous Ssrgrrr In the abdominal region is prevented by the use of Dr. King's New Life Pills, the painless purifiers. 26c. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Great National Health Resort 10,000,000 People Within Easy Reach World Famous. Mineral Waters Splendid Hotels Splecial Attractions THE PLACE TO REST. Great Opportunities for Profitable Land Investments The Commercial Association Will Furnish Information. Box Killed hr Kick of Horse. NORFOLK, Neb., May 28. (Special.) Little Andrew Johnson, aged 7, died dur ing the night from the effects of a kick received from a horse, while playing hide and seek. A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE. Not only Is Mother's Friend a safe and simple remedy, but the comfort and healthful condition Its use produces makes It of ines timable Talue to every expectant mother. Mother's Friend relieves the pain and discomfort caused by the strain on the different liga ments, overcomes nausea by counteraction, prevents backache and numbness of limbs, soothes the inflammation of the breast glands, and in every way aids in pre serving the health and comfort of prospective mothers. Mother's Friend is a lini ment for external massage, which by lubricating and expanding the different mus cles and membranes, thoroughly prepares the system for baby's coming without danger to the mother. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our free book for expectant mothers. THE DRADFIELD CO., ATLANTA, OA, f AaaaBJBsBB-B-SBS-SBB-B- Engraved Stationery Wmdding Intltattoiis Annoanemmmnlt Vuiting Cmtdm AD correct form in current social uauas iirravl in tha baat manner and punctually dclivaraa whn promiaed. Embossed Monogram Stationery and other work asacuud at price lower than usually prevail elsewhere. A. I. ROOT, Incorporated saJ I Bi Di . r in -IVIf WWII silt a WaWJ sVs iwV-l ,k-f Coat 6 Pants oTa., $20 1 Yes you've got to come here prac tically "blindfolded" you've got to take our word and tha word of our customers for our tailoring ability. Look at It straight In the fare; Wouldn't it be perfectly useless for us to urge you to use our tailoring service it the service itself failed to back up every claim we make for It? We guarantee every garment per fect in tit and style. MacCarthy-Wilson Tailoring Co. 304-8O4 South lttth St. Near 10th and Fa mam fits. IWXEMILUXGCO, "Good every minute, For the quality's in it" .J