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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 191.
3. -Nebraska. DISEASE SPKEUfi IN WEST Veterinarians from Dakota and Iowa Making Inquiries. SEEKING TO DISCOVER REMEDY Dr. Bostrom Says So Call for Aid Cam Be Anaweredd Until Some War to Test Malady la Found Oat. (From a Staff Correspondent,) ljnuulk, eD., sept, iv. (opwuu.r- x imi me now oiwh tu"n " of hundreds : of homes is spreading throughout tne wst is eviaencea oj urn Inquiries coming to State Veterinarian Bostrom. Yesterday he received a tele phone call from Dr. Baxby of Clarlnda, la., asking about the symptoms of the disease. Or. Bostrom asked him to de scribe the disease that bad shown itself there and then told him that it was the same fatal malady that was carrying off the horses of Nebraska. Dr. Haxby has had three cases and feels confident that Iowa will have to join in the fight to prevent the spread of the disease. Another inquiry regarding the disease came this morning from Barber Broth ers, . veterinarians at Hyndel, B. D. The symptoms shown there Indicate that the disease has also struck the state on the north and that it may reach great pro portions before it can be checked. Germ Carried la Air. " When asked this . morning what he thought was responsible for the disease In Nebraska, Dr. Bostrom said: "So far none of the cities and larger towns has been afflicted with' anything of the kind, but the cases so far seem to have been where the animals have been in the pas tures. This would indicate that It is confined to the country and I have about come to the conclusion that the germ for the disease Is carrld in the air. A great deal of our winds the last few weeks have been from the south, where the disease has been prevalent. -1 take it that the germ has been carried by the wind and dust and deposited In water tanks. , Some' of the time these' tanks may not have been abundantly supplied with . water and the animals have been compelled to drink from 'water near the bottom of the tanks, where the germ may have settled and lodged. In this way they have taken the germ into their systems and the result Is what we have." : Searching for Remedy. "I gather this opinion from the fact that In places where horses have re ceived their water from city wells which have. not. had a chance, to become con taminated on account of , their closed condition, the disease has not shown It self. I have many letters urging me, to come to different places and do some thing, but I feel that we must first Jlscover 'some remedy to stop the dls- ' ease before taking any more time to try Rnd prevent it. A way must be dis- covered and we are spending money and putting in long, hours trying to discover some, remedy which will balk the further a-nraarilncr nt ' tha HIhahjz anA until v discover that It Is not much use to try to doctor a horse for something we have nothing yet discovered to successfully i combat. We hope after the meeting thsl week with the government experts, five of whom will be sent here Thurs day, that we lit be In a position to meet the proposition hich confronts . us and prevent further spread of the malady." . - 8toras;e of Gasoline, i , According , to - Fire Commissioner . Ran dall, M per cent of the gasoline kept !n tanks above the ground evaporates, while If the tanks are, underground very, little be wasted. "A great many of the fires are responsible to the careless storage of gasoline," said Mr. Randall this morn ing, "and nearly every day I receive let ters telling me of the chances people are taking with this, useful, but at the, same time very dangerous, artrcle'.T" I know of one $200,000 fire that was started be cause of gasoline stored in a tank above the ground." - Mr. Randall leaves today to investigate a fire in a certain town , which was started through the -careless ' storage of gasoline. v Secretary W. R. Mellor, C. H. Rudge and several others connected with the state fair," left today for a fishing trip 1 at Call lake in Wisconsin. The Hearing on the valuation of the St 'Joe and Grand Island railroad valuation case is on today before the railway com mission. ' Tax Delinquents. Secretary of State Wait; has just com pleted the list of corporations of the 4. Wklnl. l. wtj truiU UaVO WU LIIWl OMblV M and same will be published In a few days in two of the leading daily papers of the state. '; Locates Much Property. County Assessor Miller of Lancaster county has located ove $1,000,000 worth of ricrcnno 1 ra-tniv4ir . -arrt urn at w4 aforl at vi swsa fa vc vj rv uivu umohvu ctv the April assessment and has placed it on the assessment, roll.. Something over one-half of this comes mrom estates and guardianships. ' ; Takes Up Receivership. - State Auditor Barton has put up to Attorney General Martin the proposition f a , receivership for the Equitable Endowment Life Insurance company of Omaha. The company has been denied a license both for 1911 and 1912 but has not wouna up lis aiiairs. jjunng . uie last year it is said that several policies have matured but have not been paid. . Inopect Medical School. . Three secretaries of the state board of health are today Investigating the condi tion of the medical department of Cotner university to ascertain of the school has raised its equipment to the required standard. Last spring the board was Nebraska divided whether the university came under the proper scope, but finally gave the school until September 1 to meet the requirement. Williams May Be Cleared. One of the interesting cases before tht pardoning board now In session is that of W. L. Williams,' who was sent up from Douglas county on a statutory charge. Williams has proven to be an expert in the Installation of boilers and In the six years he has served he has saved the state hundreds of dollars, not only by his work, but by the valuable suggestions he has made the board when ever new boilers have been put in at tht different Institutions Governor Aldrlch has recommended his application for a pardon to the board. HORSES DYING'IN HARLAN AND YORK COUNTIES RAGAN, Neb., Sept 10. Special. -The disease causing the death of so many horses In this territory Is still unchecked and many valuable horses are dying daily. Phelps county appears 'to have been hit hardest by this plague, but Har lan county Is not far behind. Huntley and Alma have been a little late In be ing visited by the disease but are losing horses fast now. Several horses In the last stage have been killed and examined. The autopsy shows a large amount ot worms that local veterinarians say are a new specie. ' The brain is very much inflamed and softened, but the spinal cord appears normal. Fever of 108 degrees has been noticed In the last stage. The disease varies in that rome animals become Vio lent at the start and die within a few hours, while others . linger for several flays. YORK. Neb., Sept 10.-(Bpeclal.) It is now reported that 200 horses have died In Tork county from the disease that Is sweeping over the country. Ten per cent of the horses affected have re covered. The symptoms In many cases in this vicinity are similar to spinal meningitis In the human family. Nebraska Holdrege Postoff ice Moves Into the New : Federal Building HOLDREGE, Neb.. Sept. 10.-(Sieclal.) -Sunday was moving day for the Hol drege postofflce force and the office is now Installed In the-splendid new $75,000 federal building. All mail matter for patrons of the office was handled yeS' terday in the new building. While trifling details about the new structure are yet to ue completed the supervising Inspector who has been con stantly on the job Is satisfied that It will meet every specification vand the completed building will no doubt be formally accepted by the government In a few days. Residents of ' this little city are Im mensely pleased with the building, which is thoroughly metropolitan In every de tail. It Is constructed of Bedford stone and has a tile roof. The Interior is beautifully finished in marble and wal nut woodwork and the floors are of In laid tile. It is equipped with a complete set of new furniture and fixtures. In addition to the lobbies and large work room there is a spacious office for the postmaster on the ground floor and the basement if fitted up as a rest and loung ing room for the employes and carriers. NOTES FROM BEATRICE AND GAGE COUNTY BEATRICE, Neb.. Sept 10.-(Special.)-Flrs of unknown origin destroyed the granary and outbuildings on the farm ot W. P. Carrlthers southwest of the city Sunday. About 300 bushels of wheat and considerable farm machinery were con sumed. Mr. Carrlthers had his hand badly burned in attempting to extinguish the fire. The loss Is covered by insur ance. Taylor Clark Rankin of this city and Miss Laura Lucille Shattuck of Nelson were married here yesterday by County judge EnlOAr. .Mrs. Catherine Pothast yesterday insti tuted suit for divorce from David Pothast in the district court. She alleges cruel treatment. A special train carrying about 100 Beatrice ' boosters will leave tho Bur lington station Wednesday, morning for a trip over the line as far west as Red Cloud. Returning the party will make stops at all points along the line between Red Cloud and Beatrice. - RAVENNA PIONEER DIES :' IN OMAHA HOSPITAL RAVENNA, Neb., Sept 10.-(SpecIal.)-Word was received from Omaha toda of the death of Mrs. A. T. Shellenbarger who went there for an operation for a tumor about ten days ago.' Mr. and Mrs. fihellenbarger were among the early settlers here, and have always taken an active part in the business and social life of the town. - Until a short time ago Mr. Shellenbarger was principal ownet and cashier of the Cltliens' State bank at this place, - but . is : now " engaged - In building ;an 'electric light plant Mrs. Shellenbarger was a woman of keen busi ness instinct and always kept In touch with her husband's extensive Interests. Both were charter members of the Methodist church at ths place'and hav been associated with it in official ca pacity ever since.'" No children survive. ' BUFFALO BILL ENTERTAINS DISTINGUISHED COMPANY FREMONT, Neb., Sept. 10.-(Special Telegram-Colonel W. F. Cody, whose wild west show Is playing a farewell engagement here, entertained about 100 prominent Nebraskans at dinner In the big dining tent. Among his guests were Governor Aldrlch, Mayor Dehlman of Omaha, Mayor Wols of Fremont, the officers of the state federation of labor, which Is In session here, and several other city officials of Omaha and Fre mont ' . " Federal Court at Chadron. ' CHADRON, Neb., Sept. 10.-KSpclal.) United States district court, Chadron division, convened Monday morning with Hon. T. O. Munger on the bench. A. W, Lane, assistant district attorney; R. C. Hoyt, clerk; D. W. Dickson and J. B. Nickerson, are with the Judge. Out side attorneys In attendance are: Hon. W. H. Westover. of Rushville: H. E. Edmunds, Rushville; Herman Aye of Omaha; J. H. Wllhlte, Rushville. W. P. Rooney, Herman Aye and J. H. Wllhlte were admitted to practice. - Hebron Defeats Branlwr. HEBRON. Neb., Sept. 10.-(Speclal.)-A good stiff base ball game was played yesterday at Bruning between Hebron and Bruning, resulting In favor of He bron by a score of 6 to 10. The features of the game were the battery 'work ot Newman and Gray for the .Hebron team, Newman pltchlrfg a strong game and hi last Innings were the best. Parry, first baseman for Hebron, knocked two homt runs, the ball going clear over the fence off the grounds. Falrbary Schools Open. FAIRBURT. Neb., Sept. l.-(Speclal.)- -The Falrbury schools opened Monday morning with thirty-five . teachers In charge and all of the thirty rooms In the four school buildings filled to thelt seating capacity. Supt. A. L. Caviness who has been in charge of the Falrbury schools since September, 1900, states that the attendance this year excels that ot ail former years. The high school enroll ment Is near the three hundred mark. ; Dr. Mullen of Bloomfleld Retires. ' BLOOMFIEIJD, Neb., Sept. 10.-(Spe-clal.) Djr. . W. H. Mullen , has sold his dental practice and will retire from the practice of dentistry. Dr. Mullen has practiced here for the last eight years and during this time has built up a splen did practice. Dr. Mullen has' been ' an enthusiastic booster for Bloomfleld and community during the years he has lived here. He will enter the employ of an Omaha life Insurance company. Special Policeman Held. GRAND ISLAND, Neb;, Sept. 10. (Spe clal.) Harry Chesley, the special police man who had his ' preliminary hearing on the charge of criminal assault, Is still In jail, having failed to procure the $2,000 bond under which he Is bound over to the district court for trial. FIFTEEN STRAIGHT FOR WOOD Boston Defeats Chicago in Opening Contest of Series. FIVE TO FOUR IS FINAL SCORE Twlrler for Boatoutana Weakens To- ward the End and Is Succeeded by Hall Four Two-Bane Hits Are Made. CHICAGO. Sept. 10,-Joe Wood won his fifteenth straight victory today when Boston defeated Chicago In the opening game of the series. Wood weakened to ward the end of the game with his team In the lead and retired. Score: CHICAGO. AD.H. Rath. id.... i a Mattic. et. I Lord, If-Sb.. I Collins, rt. Borton, lb., Zidar. lb.. Johnson, u Wmvmv as. Mm p.. Schtlk. o. White, . Bodla. It. EaaUrlr Barrowa .. 0 I 1 1 BOSTON. O.A.E. AB M O A K i 4 0Hoopr, rt... 1 1 t 0 OYvrkM. lb... i ! 0 0 Speaker, ct.. 4 1 8 0Lwla, If.... 4 It 1 0 Gardner, 3b. 4 lEngl. lb ... J 10 0Wner, 1 0 t Orady, e....., I i i o o base hits: Cobb (2), Louden, Barry. Home run: Baker. Hits. Off Crabb. 8 In -lx Innings; off Brown, 3 In one in ning; oft Jensen, 4 In seven innings; off Lake, 1 In two Innings. Sacrifice hits: Collins, Baker (2), Cobb, Louden. Double piays: Jiarry to Collins to Mcinnes, Baker to Mcinnes to Lapp. Left on bases: Philadelphia, 8; Detroit, 4. Bases on balls: Off Crabb. 2: off Covaleskle. 1; V-ff Jensen, 7; off Lake, 1. Bases on er- rors: Philadelphia. Z; Detroit l. Hit oy pitched ball: By Jensen, Maggert. Struck out: By Crabb, 4; by Jensen, 1; by Lake, 1. Time: 1:67. Umpires: Connolly and Hart. Senators Pile Vp Bis; Score. CLEVELAND. O.. Sept. lu.-Washing ton today defeated Cleveland In a one sided game, 11 to 2. knocking Blanding and Bteen from the box. score: CLEVELAND. WASHINGTON. ABH. O.A.E. - AD.H. OAR Turner, b.. I 1 I OMwIler, rt.. 4 I 0 Kibble. Sb..l vie OFwtar, lb... 4 loss 4 1 t' Milan, ct... I 1 t e 1(1 OMoran, ct... 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 1 ioandll. lb... II I II 0 1 0 La ports, lb.. I I 1 t 0 1 1 t 0 8han . II... 4 10 Chapmen, aa 1 Jackaon, rt.. t Lajole. 2b... 5 B m'ham. c(0 Hendrtx, ct. I OWood, p 4 OHall, p 0 0 Total! 94 : 14 1 0 i Oraner. If... 4 0 I 0 OMrBrlde, aa. I 1 T 0 Johnaton, lb 4 1 10 t BHenry, e.... u a v vcaahlon, p.. i i 4 0 Oarlech. e... 10 1 Nacelaon. e. 1 0 1 0 Blending p. 0 0 0 0 I Steen. p 1 0 Wolfe, p.... 1 f iv--i a Olaon 1 9 Totala 41 17 17 I 1 Totals J 11 17 14 I Batted for Zleder In eighth. Batted for Weaver In eighth. Johnson out; hit by batted ball. Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1-4 Boston 0 30010100-6 Two-base hits: Wood, Zieder. Cady, Mattlck. Bases on balls: Off White. 1; off Wood, 2. Struck out: By White, 1; by Wood, 1. Time: 2:20. Umpires: Dineen and O'Brien. . Pitcher Hamilton M ild. ST. LOUIS, Mo., Sept. 10. Hamilton was wild In the early inning's and New Tork secured a lead that St. Louis could not overcome. Score: NEW YORK. ST. LOUIS. ABH. O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.B. McMlll'n, set 1 1 4 Oghotten, cf.. 4 0 110 Chaao, lb... t 1 8 0 OBrown, -If... t 0 10 0 Danlela, If.. I 1 1 0 O-Hofan, ft... I 10 10 Slmmona, lb 4 1 4 1 0 Pratt, lb... 4 0 14 0 UlWelt, cf.. S 1 1 0 OStovell lb.. 4 1 11 1 1 Bterrett, rf.. 4 1 1 0 OAuatln, lb... 1 1 1 1 1 Paddock, lb. i 0 0 1 1 Wallace, aa.. 4 1 1 1 1 Sweeney, c. 4 1 7 1 OKrlchell, 0.. 1 1(10 M'Con'ell, pi 1 0 4 0 Hamilton, pi 1 1 0 Allison, p... 10 0 10 ToUle 17 it 17 15 1 Total! 36 10 17 11 I New York 0 22010120-8 St. Louis 0 10000020-3 Two-base hits: Wallace. Lellvelt, Sim mons, Chase. Three-base hits: Lellvelt, Daniels. Bases on bails: Off Hamilton, 2; off Allison, 1; off McConnell, 2. Struck out: By McConnell, 8; by Allison, 2. Time: 2:00. Umpires: Evans and Egan. Tiger Ontbat Athletics. DETROIT. Mich.. BeDt. W. jenatnl made his debut for Detroit today. His wlld- ness and poor support gave miaue'inu five runs In seven Innings, but Detroit knocked Crabb out of the box and also Brown, who followed him, and won, 8 to 0. Score: PHILADELPHIA. . DKTKU1T. AB.H.O.A.B. AB.H.O.A.B. Murphy rf.. 4 1 1 0 Deal, lb 4 10 6 1 Maggert, cf. 1 1 3 0 OCorrldon, ae I 0 0 4 0 Colllna, lb.. 1 0 4 1 OCrawford, rt 4 1 1 0 0 Baker, lb....l 1 0 1 OCobb. cf 4 1 4 0 0 Mcinnes. lb. 1 0 7 : OVeaoh, If.... 4 10 0 0 Wahh, It... I 0 10 OLouden, lb.. 1 1 1 J Barry, aa.... 4 111 lE.Onal'w, lb4 1 17 0 1 Lapp, o 4 1 E 1 CStanage. 0...1 1 1 1 Brown, p.... 0 0 0 0 OJ.Onalow, c. 1 0 0 0 0 , . I 0 s 0 ojenaen, p... a v v , p 0 0 0 0 OLake, p 1 0 0 0 0 ,.1 0 0 0 0Vllt 0 0 0 0 0 Jonee 1 1 0 0 .11 6 24 10 1 . Total! S! H2 1 4 Batted for BroWn in the ninth. Crabb out, hit by batted ball. Ran for Stanage In the seventh. Batted for Jensen In the seventh. Detroit 0 0O02I4O- Philadelphia 1 01000810-6 Two-base hits: Veach, Crawford. Three- Crabb, p., Co'leskle, Strunk- ., Totals... 0 0 0 ToUle M 1 17 11 I Batted for Wolfe In the ninth. Washington 3 0 6 0 0 0 0 S 0-U Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0-2 Two-base hit: Johnston. Three-base 1.1.. 11 111 aAl..n h.. ... T j InlA nil; viiiuu it. oiuini vht , Double' plays: Turner to Lajole, Kibble 10 jonnsion, rosier n nunii. ni. Blanding, 4 In one and one-third Inning; ... C In ia,i .nnlmru ntt Wlllfn S Ull DIQTII, U III V " iiiiiuiRBi v . . ... , - In five and two-thirds Innings. Bases on balls: Oil vvoire, ; on vosnion, e. mi by pitched ball. By Cashlon, Klbblei . ...... I. ..,, 1. duin 9 hi' Wnlfn l! hv Cashlon. 5. Bases on errors: Washnlg- ton, 1. L.ert on oases: vieveiunu, u., Washnigton, 7. lime: 2:15. Umpires: O'Loughlln and Wfestervelt RYDER WANTS DOZEN MORE MOTORCYCLE POLICEMEN Police Commissioner Ryder says he could use at least twelve new motorcycle police. At present there are four. When Commissioner Ryder examined applicants for appointments to the pollco service one of the questions asked was whether the applicant could ride a motor- cycle. A dozen or more men on the force would make good motorcycle men, says the po lice commissioner, and as they are needed he may seek some way of securing them. Foreign Affairs A serious situation exists in Mongolia, according to a Peking dispatch to the Dally Mall In London. The strike of the ore dock men on the Oreat Northern system at Alloues Bay, Manitoba, was settled on terms proposed by the company. The public prosecutor asks the audencta rmirt to lmnoee a penalty of four years and two months on Enrique Maza, the Cuban newspaper man who recently at tacked Hugh S. uioson, tne American chfirse Captain Roald Amundsen, thti discov erer of the south pole, lectured before the Geographical society m unnstinna, Sweden. His audience Included the king and queen. Prince Roland Bonaparte, the members or tne caoinei ana inn aipio matlo corps. The crew of the Fram also wet present. Th Servian cabinet resigned ostensibly because of the 111 health of the premier, Dr. Mllanovanovttch. The real reason is believed to be the serious Balkan situa tion. Recently the anger ot Servians nas been aroused against Turkey on account of massacres along the southern frontier of Servla by the Turks. Why buy "TAKE-A-CHANCE" Clothes? When )rou buy a King-Swanson suit you are taking no chances you are running no risk. Every garment in this store is guaranteed to you for just what it is. If one of our salesmen tells you "so-and-so" about a suit you can depend upon it as being true. We're back of every suit we sell, and of every salesman we employ. Fall styles now being shown are beyond adequate description. You must see them. No obligation on your part. $10 up to $40 OKAJtA'8 OHIT MODES' CLOTHIUO STORE, v. ?J3 . , i . i i .jininw. THE IWM UuAUTY O0TI1ES A.S.PECK , SKCTaCAS, POLICE ON TRAIL OF MIKERS Believe They Know Persons Who Fleeced Missouri Fanner. TAKE POSSESSION OF CHECKS Ha nun Falls for Horse Itartns; Game, Beta Ills Money on a Heal Sure Thine and Then Discov ers Ills Mistake. Believing they know, the crooks who fleeced Albert S. Manna, a Maryvtlle, Mo., farmer, out of WW cash, a $3,400 draft and a K000 note, the Omaha po lice are starching for the fellows and have asked the police of other cities to keep a sharp lookout for them. Checks against the deposit of the al leged swindlers in the First Natlor.il bank have been turned over to the po lice and these may aid In locating the bunco men, though all have fled the city or are in hiding. A. J. Lewis. Casey, William Simpson and Harry Gordon are the names the men gave Hanna. It developed Monday night that Hanna's home is In Maryvllle, Mo., Instead of In Marysvllle, la., as was at first told the press. Orders for Steel Increase. NEW YORK, Sept. 10,-The unfilled tonnage of the United States Steel cor poration on August 31 totalled 6,163,376 tons, as comoared with 6.867.079 tons on July 31. A Safe Invest ment that pays 7 Interest is worth looking Into. ' We are offering a small amount of FlrBt Mortgage Industrial Bonds that rank high with any on the mar ket; And pay more. : i .'. Call today, this issue is limited. Call or Write la Mas 4a l t iizt uuy mvi oanK yjlUBLlLOi, J.1CU. . . Warren Declares i Koosevelt Menace V, ves JIOINES, la.. Sept. 10.-"If you elect Theodore Roosevelt to the presi dency of the United States, in two years rrom now you will cry out for the moun tains to fall on you and crush out your shame," shouted Fred D. Warren, editor of the Appeal to Reason, at a large gathering of socialists here tonight. ' Mr. Warren assailed President Taift and Governor Wilson, calling tha former "merely an office holder," and the latter a friends of the big Interests. Ha also bitterly condemned Colonel Roosevelt and the progressive party. The meeting was attended by socialists from all parts of Iowa. BARN NEAR OSCEOLA STRUCK BY LIGHTNING OSCEOLA, Neb., Sept. k-CSpeclal Telegram.) The farm barn of Robert Scott, two miles west of Osceola, .' was struck by lightning Monday evening and burned down. Two- head of horses In the building were killed. The loss Is ll.SOO; insurance, WOO. . Falrbarr Boy Dies of Appendicitis. FAIRBURT, Neb., Sept. 10.-(8peclal.)- Albert Cross, aged 17 years, died follow ing an operation for appendicitis. Hs had .been falling for some time. The young man was raised In . Falrbury and was a student in the Falrbury schools. H! was the only son of Mr. and Mr John Cross, residing In the northwest part of the city. The boy's appetite Is often the source of amazement. If you would have such an appetite take Chamberlain's Tablets. 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Baldwin and Mayor Bryan F Mahan, the semi-annual meeting of the ; uulu v-uiiun manuiaciurers associa tion Was formally opened in New Lon don. , Conn.- . .. Nine states were represented in the meeting of the interstate board of the x-erry centennial ' commission, at which reports presented showed that the Perry centennial celebration to be held next year was assured. - . , Being heavily t'mbered, the 2.500,000 acres' granted to the Oregon & California railroad company is not suitable for set tlement, . according to attorneys of the railroad in the suit of the government to declare the unsold acreage forfeited. The body of Mrs. Rosa Menschlk Szabo, who met death In Greenwood lake. New Tork, on July 16 while boating In com Pany with Burton W. Gibson, her at torney, waa exhumed from Its unmarked grave In New York Bay cemetery, Jersey Cltv. .'..... ' Hundreds of delegates to the convention of the American Bankers' association which opens In Detroit today sought ref uge from the scorching heat yesterday while thflr less fortunate brethren grimlv defied the elements to clear awav & ms.'. of routine business. , Correspondence made public by the Pennsylvania railroad company shows that its telegraph operators east of Pittsburgh and Erie have voted to strike unlet demands for Increased pay and other conditions are granted. Harvey B. Fleming, vice president of the Chicago City Railway company, wa? selected today as the street cr com pany's representative on the board of arbitration which Is to settle the flsputt Deiween ine tract on companies snd fii non. The unions rsicct'.d Ji;5?e K c 'lain tican'an ai uitlr e.iiesenutiv eral Ua; s i.o. ' i Backslider from t. 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' A two cent stamp to cover postage will carry to vou a 5-cro sample tin free. ' , : : ' - ' - Hade by I o3tum Ctreal Co., Ltd., Ptire Food Factories, Battle Creek, Mih. SAGE TEA WAS USED BY OUR GRANDMOTHERS It Is easier to preserve tlie color of tht, hair than to restore it; although It Is possible to do both. Our grandmothers understood the secret. They mado a "sage tea," and their dark, glossy hair Ions; after middle lit was due to this fact Our mothers have gray hairs before they are fifty, but they are' beginning to ap preciate the wisdom of our grandmothers In using "'sage tea" for their hair and are fast following suit. : The present generation has the .advan tage of the past In that it can get a ready-to-use preparation called Wyetn's Sage and Sulphur, Hair Remedy. As a scalp tonic and color restorer 'this prepa ration Is vastly superior to the ordinary "sage tea" made by our grandmothers. ' The growth' and beauty of the hair de pends on a healthy condition of the scalp. Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy quickly kilts the dandruff germs which rob the hair of its life, color and luster, makes the scalp clean and healthy, gives the hair strength, color and beauty, and makes It grow.. " Get a SO cent bottle from your druggist today. He Willi give your money back if you are not' satisfied after a fair trial.