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TirR BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, XOVEMBKK 11, 10P
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA Sale Next ma J Mnn nf tlioso gnrmeiits $17 On Sale Next Wednesday. Choice at THE JULIUS ORKIN STORE. 1510 BRIEF CITY NEWS Btack-ralconer Co., Undertaken. . Lighting natures. BurgeiCrranden Co. Have Boot Print It Now Heacon Press. Bailey, the Dentist, City Nafl. D. 2566. Q. A. ilndqueit, tailor. 235 I'axton Ulk. Diamond Hoana at 2H nnd 5 per cent. W. C. Flatau, 1514 Uodee St. Red 5619. See Roaooe for Ion- rates on diamond and watch loans, 1622 Dodgo. Adver tisement. .... Suit Against Missouri Pacific United States District Attorney Fi S. Howell hus filed a petition In the' federal court' charging the Missouri Pacific with violat ing tho employes' act of the government which prohibits the working of trainmen over sixteen consecutive hours. Tip Off Bald Uobert I... Morrison, colored, who "tipped" off a raid tho police were about to make was given thirty days In the county Jail by Police Magistrate foster. To Connect Drain Pipes An ordinance providing that nil drain pipes be con nected with sewers was recommended for passage by the city council In committee of tho whole. The ordinance will .come up for vote today. Beporter Has Pneumonia Gray Betnls, of the World-HernlU editorial department, is seriously 111 with double pneumonia at his home, S13 South Twenty-fifth, avenue. Ills temperature this afternoon was very high and his condition, the doctors said, was critical. s . Substation. In Oood Shape First Lieu tenant Lorshbough, In charge of the local naval recruiting Mallon, returned Sunday from a routine Inspection trip to Has tings and Lincoln. Mo found the sub stations doing good worK and keeping up tho record of the slate. Larson Buys a Block II. A, Larson Iras bought the two-story frame business block at the northeast corner of Twenty sixth and Leavenworth htreets from John F. Segcr. The property changed hands for $12,000. Two stores with apartments upstairs comprise tho building. Xowell at Lincoln United States At torney F, S. Howell has gone to Lincoln to continue the prosecution of Albert D. Weltou. who Is charged with appropriat ing funds from a Lincoln national bank. The case was on trial all last week and will probably take up the remainder of this week. Christian Endeavorers to Meet The city union of the Christian Endeavor will hold a business session this evening at S o'clock Ht tho First Reformed church, Twenty-third nnd South Central bulle. vard. Hev. C. C. Meeks of the Castellar J'rcsbyterlnn church will be ono of the croakers. Refreshments will be served. Refuse's Stairway Permit Application for pci mission to construct a stairway from the sidewalk Into tho basement of the old Pacific Kxpress building, Four tpcrithand Harney streets, was tenta tively turped down by the city commis Started in Pimples, Nearly AH' One Cheek Solid Sore. Very Fretful. Used Cuticura Soap and Oint ment. Face All HealeH I In,. Kingaloy, Mich. "Last May my thir teen months' old baby bad a soro come on ker cheek. It started in four or Are small pimples and In two or three hours' time spread to the size of a silver dol lar Tt r-trH t.VrT. A ' Then water would run ft Gi trom tb9 plmPle nd wherever tnat toucnea it caused more sore until nearly all one chtek and up her nostrlli were one solid sore. She was very fretful. She certainly was a terrible looldnr, child, andnothlngseemed to be of any uie. Then f got some Cuticura 8oap and Cuti cura Qlntment. She tried to rob off Terything we put on so that we would alt and hold her hands for two hours at a time, trying to giro the medicine a chance to help her, but after I warned it with Cuticura Soap and then put oh the Cuticura Ointment they seemed to soothe her and she did not try to rub them off. It wa only a few days before tier face was all healed up and there has been no return of the trouble since. We thousht that baby's face would surely be scarred, but It Is not." (Signed) Mrs. W. J. Cleland, Jan. 6, 1913. Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment are old throughout the world. Liberal sample of each mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Ad Ami post-card "Cuticura, Dept.T, Bortee." WTender-faced men should use Outlciyt Ikxp fikiTlne Stick, 2&c tUapleirt. ERUPTION GAME ON CHEEK Advance Notice! Next Wednesday, Nov. 20 Wo Will placo on sale over 800 Coats for Women, Misses and Juniors It is impossible to give you n complote deserip- prints sn n-rnnt is f.lio vnrirf,V. were nctunlly mnde to sell nt 2. $192, $225?, $25 $1050 sion. However, It will be considered j again next Monday, . Dives Piano to Church Ch.nrles Shook ! of the Shook Manufacturing company has ' presented an Emerson grand piano to the Parkvale Presbyterian church, Thirty first and Gold streets, Tho piano was used for the first time at the services Sunday evening, when the newly formed Intermediate chorus under the direction of Rev. A. K. Lchmann sang. Cathell Talke nt AU Salnta The Rev. J. Everest Cathell, .1). D formerly rec tor of St. Paul's "church, Dcs Moines, la,, preached an eloquent sermon Sunday morning In All Saints church. Tie cho'e as his subject the Sermon on the Mount and made an earnest plea for Its adop tion by the business Interests of the coun try. Bush Dots to Dearer Sylvester R. Rush, special asststant to the United States attorney general, with offices In the federal building, hns been appointed to assist the district attorney at Denver. In prosecuting over fifty federal cases during December and January. Mr. Rush has returned from Pueblo, where ho has been securing Indictments against per sons for using tho matl to defraud. Change Street Itimti The city com mission will have an ordinance drafted changing the name of Swcetwood avenue to Twenty-fifth nvemie and the name of Twenty-fifth avenue to Twenty-lflfth street. Tho first street beyond Twenty- fourth avenue is oalled Twenty-flftli avenue Instead of Twenty-fifth street and property owners arp complaining that this gives' rise to confusion. WORK ON POWDER RIVER EXTENSION IS ABANDONED ' The Burlington has practically aban doned nil work on Its Wyoming exten sion between Thermopolls and Powder River until next spring. With the excep tion of a small force at work on tho Wind river bridge, all workmen along tho line have been laid off. On tho Powder river bridge the work has progressed fairly woll. A number of tho piers and abuttments have been com pleted, but nothing has been done on the superstructure. The break between the Burlington and Northwestern Is said In a measure to bo responsible for the cessation of this particular work. GOES SOUTH TO INSTALL LOCAL ACCOUNTING METHODS Ralph Shepard, expert accountant In the freight auditing department of the Union Pacific, has been sent to Houston, Tex., where In the freight auditing de partment of tho Southern Pacific he will Introduce and Install the same system aa Is In effect In the Omaha headquarters. Mr. Shepard will be away three or four months. Oregrnn Itnad to Ilntld. TWIN FALLS, Ore., Nov. 17.-The Ore Bon Short line wilt build at once from Twin Fails to Wells, according to a state ment made today by W. II. Bancroft. The extension will touch the mining camp of Contact. Prize book worth, a dollar to three DaffydtU Baltor, The Bee. See The Mrs. H. W. Marks, 220i California Street If an armless man sat at the table and wanted tho waiter, would tho napkin ring? If Farnam street property is worth 11,000 a foot, how much is Leavenworth? William Gresham, 1141 South Thirty third Street-If Mutt threw Jeffa hat In the river, would Bud Fisher out? Clara MoDermaud, 2508 St. Mary's Ave nue "What does President Taft say when Philander Knox? Bmtl Hansen, Wolbach If a lady couldn't walk, would the mall carrier? If election was postponed, could Addi son Waltr i Harold L. Cool, Scottsbluff-lf the Den- ver Post waa to attack the World-Herald would they let The Omaha, Bee? Paul Wilcox, 202 South Twenty-seventh Street If Roosevelt's hat is still In the ring Wilson wear It? ' B. L. Chase, 3008 West Farnam Street I The slumbering camp was folded in he ' dark wings of midnight and each tired soldier, his peaceful face fanned by the periumea oreuiu oi Kus.uiiib aiuriuieus, j dreamed ot far away home and dear ones, A sentry paced wearily to and fro on his I date (can-de-date)? monotonous duty, He waa cold and hun-1 I'm the boob that tied the can to can try, and fickle fancy placed before hlsjtfdatf. Sale Next TIipkp. Douglas Street Barbers of State T) i. rt t , rreDare L0 UrffaniZe JL " . John Light, representative of the Bar- bers' union nt tho Nebraska Stale Fed eration of Labor, Is preparing to call a meeting of the barbers of the state In Omaha Just before tho legislature opens In Lincoln, The meeting will be for the purposo of forming a slate organization of barbers with tho Intention of sending a representative to the legislature to work for needed legislation. Tho conven tion was originally to have been held In October, but owing to tho Inability to get the men together It was postponed. NORTH PLATTE SOCIALIST TALKS IN0MAHA SUNDAY A North Platte socialist preacher nnd Judge. Fred J. Warren, spoke at the Lyric theater Sunday afternoon. Ho reported the socialist vote In the "Rig Sixth" at over 5,000, as against 1,400 four years ngo. He sold: "Socialists are not made and unmado with a glass of beer or a stogy. To become a socialist one must undergo a change of heart or of mind, or both. This year tho Imitation socialists all voted for Wilson or Roosevelt, hence tho socialist vote represents a compact, In telligent, moving force. "Tho man that owns the tools you must work with owns your Job, therefore he owns you and your family. You are a slave while boasting you aro a fre man. What then Is the solution? Let us take tho tools that Is, tho machlnei and make them tho property of us all. Then we will own the Job and get the full social product of our lijbor." GASOLINE VENDORS WANT ' PUMPS AT THE CURBS Gasoline distributors, represented by n manufacturer of gasoline, requested the city commission to grant permission to retailers to placo pumps nt tho curbs, where the trade could be served with greater facility nnd as little danger. The request has been referred to city attorney for an opinion, the Charles T. Kountze once wore a beard but not for long. full "Spike" Konnedy Is a near-professional at squash ball, at any rate ho has the otheF amateurp hereabouts all outclassed Father Rigge of the Crelghton univer sity is a recognized authority among American astronomers. Jonathan Edwards traces Uncage, straight back from his desk in the county clerk's office to the Mayflower puritans. George P. Bemls used to be private secretary to George Francis Train, to whom, by the way, he was related. heat each week. Kail yours to Sunflay Bee for prise winner. eycthe tempting viands of a wholesome New England supper, presided over by a mother, whose smile came as a benedic tion to her soldier son. Suddenly the man paused, every sense alert. Ills eyes sought to pierce the smothering darkness, while his straining ears caught the muffled sound of ap proaching footsteps. "Halt!" he cried sharply, "Who goea there?" "A friend." come the faint response as a ragged iigure crepi nearer. "I am spent, sentry, I am wounded, I suffer, I bear a message for tho general. It's a question to be answered at once. Bend closer sentry, I am fainting." The sentry I J bent his ear to the faintly fluttering ilps!thel- tt book,, par of the wounded messenger and this Is I of Irrl ,on, . what he heard: "If a Gillette is best for a safe shave, and a straight-edge the most reliable worker, Is a woman tho best baby razor?" Don't be alarmed, people, the fire is all back of the stage. Howard A, Saddler, Urandels Theater Building If Woodrow Wilson was about to take a ride on his mare, would Howard A. Saddl-er (her)? aiuarea w.iuie. .. i suffragette kept house would she candl Auditing Company Employed to Go Over City Books. NEW SYSTEM MAY BE ADOPTED Srraennt llalnt of Tort Crunk Mlll , tnry II mi it Asaitnltrd hy I nl ilrudflril Aaanllnut, Who MnVca M-np, At a committee meeting e-f the vlt council hetd Saturday evening It was de-1 "fermlned to retain the United States Aud- i Itlng company to ko over the clt books for the Inst year. The decision come at the eiul of a long consideration of the needs of the. city's bookkeeping de- I partment, which, It Is admitted Is an. tlque and unsatisfactory, llcsldcs the nnnttnl audit ByMcm of the books the auditing company will provide a new and modern system of bookkeeping. leav ing the council an option to accept or reject tho new system. The. cost of the auditing will bo fcrO, wth an additional $19o If a new rystem Is adopted b. the city, Tho measure will pass the council this evening. The Installation of a new system of bookkeeping In the city offices has been urged by City Attorney Henry Murphy and Councilman John Walters for more than n year. Since last election Coum ll ninn Jay Williams has al urged tin adoption of the measure, and Mayor Hoc tor. It Is understood, has declared him self frankly In favor of the change. At Ntturday evening's meeting the council went Into the matter of the auditing" carefully. it Is understood that them Is a movement on foot among the city fathers to provide n system of bookkeep ing that will prove an adequate check i ... .i... ....if.,..' upon uir lliouej rrueiru in " h'iivu ( ; court. During the last year It Is up- j ' nri villi ii 1.1 Hint Ihn imlli'i. Illllt-e lint ttuld j ... ............ ...... ..... i r'"c Itit.i it,a f.li( twiiHin-i Mfimnl lilnir like ; Jl.riOu. Council members suy tins is not ; T2? " c,,m,,,m,a wu" tl,u num 01 A complaint Hint Tieasuter uiiiiu uuu not been invited to attend a continence. not ueen invueu to aueiui u ramHraio, on the matter of the nex system of book-1 !f "1 ! by Councilman Walters In theso words "Glllln was Invited to attend tho confer ence, but he failea to snow up. in imy case the matter of choosing and appoint ing an auditor pertains Kolely to the city council. It Is said. Another matter that Is awaited with In terest tonight Is the settlement or tin; freo lunch ordinance. As expressed by a councilman yesterday, the opinion of the council Is likely to be tl.nt of a year ago, when the matter was thrown out of tho council on the ground that It was u pri vate matter between saloonkeepers and not ono to bo determined by legislation. Jiprncniit Assaulted. Sergeant Frank M. Itaiot or the mili tary band at Fort Crook, wus assaulted last night at Twenty-fourth and N streets by an unidentified mnn who fled before he could be apprehended. Sergeant Hulot at tne time oi me nssaun ..- toward the Fort Crook car. Ills assailant , attacked him from tho rear and by n f A tll0 , rlnlmt.Hi however, are blow on tho head knocked the noltllor j M(op KUH,.(, totllRhti , unofflelnl rest senseless. His Injuries were dressed by (Uincp- of forclKMl, Hro wt,10t protec tho police surgeon. Captain Henry Lis- tlon M thM(? H.o ,,., , ,v,e feldcr nnd Detective Ar.drow JlcGulrc ar- ., ,.", .,,, .,.,. ,. . rtved on the scene n few moments af er tho assault and obtained n good descrlp- tlon or tne assailant, ""...i . .u. " Known in soum uninna, ln" 11 that he Is a quiet and inotrqnsivc man. Amiililon Cnlls 11 ohm run I. The flrrt reheasnl of the Amphlon club 1 1 . .J II,. ..itiltur nt llmiAinlinl' K. j II , , V7,,i" r at Library hall, 1 enty-tl id ami A streets Meetings will Im. held wcei l thereafter on every n hursdaj eve , ,,g u - . ". . : In tho I spring. Whllo tho membership Is nearly complete, the executive committee an- j nounoes that room can bo made for a. very few more-good voices If application In mado nt once, but after tin; first re hearsal it will be almost Impossible to nccrpt any additions to tho membership. Tho club Is a strictly mutual organization, each member participating pro-rata In the proceeds of tho entortalnments, nnd will elect permanent officers at Its first meeting. Mrs. .Inmrs Moftrnll. Mrs. James McGrall died at her lato home. 4010 U street, Sunday afternoon. She Is survived by n husband, two brothers and a sister. The brothers am S. C. Rayncr and George llayncr and tho Bister Kfflo Rayncr, Funeral arrange ments will be mado later. M unrip t'lty (uhIi. James Parks Is out of tho city on busi ness. Officer Phil Crosby Is away on a ten day vacation. Tlvcre will bo a meeting of the city council tonight. Mrs. J. M. Tanner Is spending some dayH at Kxcelslor Springs, Mo. Police Judco James Callanan Is expected home from Kxcelslor Springs this week. For rent, large front room nnd bonrd. Address M-Heo Office, South Omaha. Advertisement. The Lincoln school children will stago the. operetta, "Toy Shop," at tho high school auditorium on November 22. GROCBRS' nnd Dutehers' association will give a ball November 21 ut Lngle hall. Tickets on saio ni risner v aicuius. William Lavelle Is visiting with his parents In this city. Ho hns been ranch ing In Dakota for several yeurs, where ne 18 aeveioping a. mm-n mm.. T. .T. Prvor. law clerk III the offlcn of Ktiirnitv and Winters, will spend somo days at his home In Wayno before retnrn- n tum nltv. Mr. frvnr wim pntlpil homo by the death of his father. Peter Pryor. Tim Plrst I'resbytcrlan cliurcn was dedi cated yesterday with" a speclul service, at willed Rev. Charles Schulble of Kansris ' presided, ur. iiooeri windier, pastor or the church, Is receiving the congratula tions of his friends upon the completion of the beautiful new church at Twenty third and J streets. UNION PACIFIC PAMPHLET USED IN HAWAIIAN SCHOOLS Although not in the school book pub lishing business, the Union Pacific Is sup. plying, freo of cost, the public schools of tho Hawaiian Islands with some a' nnrllelilnrlv the ''Prime! OT.?.n,, cm miMlpfltlnti. . ..... . . .a Tho Union mcmcs pook not oniy ueais with Irrigation In all countiles and under all conditions of clrcumstuncos, but dis cusses the kinds and varieties of crops best adapted to different localities. In the agricultural departments of tho Hawaiian schools tho book has been adopted aa a recogniicd authority on y subjects treated of and discussed Another publication of the I nlon Pa- Another publlci clflc that has been adopted as a text book In the colleges of the United States und ! abroad Is tho work on "Fossil Dltcov erica In Wyoming." The Persistent and Judicious Use of Newspaper Advertising I the Hoad to Business Euccets. oar UAmtf I 'Ml w1 'AMERICAN MARINES LANDED , ( . , , , , rilae Detachment Sent to Piotcct Embassy nt Constantinople. SCHOOL FOR GIRLS IS CLOSED Cltlr.rll of t'lllleil Mnt.'n lirfi-rril lliiKpllnllty of llrlllxli War ships If OnllirenU Should Ooeur, ' CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 18,-The United States nation ship Scorpion has sent a detachment of murine. to the American embassy. The nmbastmilor says that this Is not because ho fears an out break, but Is In the way of common act Ion with tho other embassies. The Scorpion has moved up the llos pliorun nnd has taken a position uppoxltn Aruaiitkeul to protect tho girls' school. The United States Is tho only great nation without cruisers or battleships (in Th( ,, cn,.rc(, p(Jhty Mmrlpa, .,,.,., nn,imMn.1nr ln.voclwl.inM th.it ,,. whatever In C.mstantl- , 1)mk tn,(,iu, (,)cy wn,(1 ,)ln Un o .,.,, i.illr,ilt,,.111Ilro. -nvernl of tho , eWutloiis nro stoutly wall lied, while the ! n. i.. r..ull....P Lrp.ior..llv oll)(.(i, j il Is the Intention uf the nmlmnsiulorp. to avoid crt'iititiR a purilc nnd In several cases tho murines have gone to (ho cm- 'l'HsK'S only because Ufa embassies aro ( eh f MecuMnn. American citizens have , hospitality of the British ma n outbreak dovei..p, Women IIpiiiiiIh In I'Iiipp. Sevetnl Ainurlcitn women In the girl' t-cliiinl nt Scutari, Asia Minor, remain across tho Uosphorus, aiding nnd encour aging tho Turkish and other families. Tho Scutlirl school has been closed for some days nnd It has been proposed to reopen It liecuuoo no trouble has occurred In Suutail. Sunday's battle, howevor, will probably put un end to that plan. Tho Scorpion will take cure of the American women In Scutari If any danger hi Ices. Turkish gondnrmos nro at present guarding them and tho legation Inter preter. Charles W. Fowler, Is residing at the school. Rev. Dr. Caleb S.. Gntes. president of Robert college, has decided that any of tho teaclmrs and tholr families who wish To go aboard the Hritlsh ships may do so, but tho majority of tho men have do elded to remain In tho college with the students, who are of nil nationalities. Dr. Gates Intends to open the college grounds,, which nro protected by high walls, to nny Moslems or noii-Mnslcini who seek refuge. Tho Amorleon ambassador. Mr. Rock hill, has received ultogether attout j:'7,000 from tho American Red Cross and privato American subscriptions, Tho Americans ore In close touch with the llrltlsh Red Cross und tho Rcl Crescent. NORTHWESTERN ORDERS MUCH NEW EQUIPMENT Anticipating a prospeious year, tho Northwestern has Just pluccd an order for now rolling stock to bo delivered prlot to the harvest of next season, Tho ecpilp ment consists of 4,0u0 box cars, 17B steel n.iKseiiKer couches nnd 125 locomotives It Is understood that most ot tne new equipment is Intended for use on the I lines west of the Mississippi river. Vlp.'r In tlx SIoiiihcI. Is dyspepsia, complicated with liver and kldnoy troubles. Klectrlo Hitters liclp all such cases or no puy. Try them We. I'or sale by Beaton Drug Co.-Advertlsemcnt YOU CAN CURE AN BUT NOT WITH SALVES 1 enrp .fit, t, (MiiWl unices . a a 4 -nut no ctironic ulcer can DC cureu dv tcrnal treatment. You must get down to the origin and cause belore you , can produce curative effects. Baa blood la responsible lor oiusoresana tuc onecertain cure therefore is a thorough purification and upbuilding of the circulation. As long as impurities are left in the blood they will be depos ited into the ulcer to keep up the inflammation and irritation and nature if ing is so sure to itf&KlQgij This is nature's . . .. SStS most ncaung unu lt..Unf ,,ini..M ntnrtr. Inenntn REMEDY thr liloml. R. f?. ........ w v ' J8 nature's unfailing cure for old sores. Book on Sores and Ulcers aud any mcdical advicclrev. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA, t today Berg again calls your special atten tion to the great purchase of suits from the house of Kuppenheimer at prices below actual cost of mate rials, many of them being silk lined. It is a source of satisfaction to us as it doubtless will be to you, to be thus able to show you an assort ment of fine clothes such as never has been duplicated by any merchant in the west, at nearly one-half the original cost price. Overcoats by the hundreds arc also included in this sale at the following prices $12 and $15 Suits and Overcoats, Now $18 and $20 Suits and Overcoats, M c. A Now $I.OU $25 and $30 Suits and Overcoats, Now $35 and $40 Suits and Overcoats? Now Girl Tied to Horns of a Oow by Suitor Whom She Rejects Wl.NNlPICG, Manitoba, Nov. 18,-Peter O. Hanson, n fanner at tirlorvon, eighty miles northwest of Winnipeg, Is sought by tho Manitoba police, who accuse him of tying a young woman to u cow's horns. Maggie Wnrauskl, the daughter of a neighbor. Is seriously Injured, perhaps fatally, as a result. Tho story sent hero Is to the rffoct Mint Hanson, who was enamored of the girl, becamo angry at her coldness and threatened revenge. This revenge Is said to have consisted of knocking tho girl unconscious and binding her across the animal's horns. The cow took fright and dashed Into tho bush, tearing off the young woman's clothes against the trees. , When the nnlnml becamo exhausted It fell, and tho girl was crushed ngnlnst the earth. She was trampled under tho cow's feet when It attempted to rlso Nelghlors, hcnrlng tho scrcntns In the woods, cut the girl loose. Union Label Lacking Upon Ancient Violins CHICAGO, Nov. 18. Trouble started In tiio Chicago Federation of Labor hero to .day .heoauso StradlvHrlus and Gunrnorliui did not put union labels on the violins they made somo hundreds of years ago. The, Cremonns should bo discarded In favor of union mndo Instruments, It was demanded In a communication from the band Instrument makers union. Tho dls oovory that somo violinists In tho musi cians' union woro plnylng Cremona vio lins without union labels In them brought forth tho complaint from tho Instrument makors, "I movo that tho communication be laid on the table," snld H. C. Dillon, h vlollnlst of the musicians' union. "I play nn Instrument thnt cost mo $7Tp0. It Is n 'BtriKl' and I would nut changn It for 10,000 union lnbols. I wouldn't glvo It for a carload of union labeled instruments." Tho trouble was stayed for tho tlmo by the appointment of a committee, of two each from tho Federation of Labor and the different unions of musical Instru ment makers to meet with tho executive board of the Chicago Federation of Musi cians to try to effect a settlement of the question. KILLS WIFE AND HIMSELF; THIRD SUICIDE IN FAMILY CRKSTON, In., Nov. IS. Alva Ilurtlett a blacksmith's helper here, killed his wifo and himself this afternoon, Ills suicide completes the death ot three brothers, each by his own hand, Mrs. narttott had Just returned front Kansas City, where she had taken treat ment. A daughter, Klda, watched the shooting and was tho cause ot the quarrel preceding thfc deaths. Don't en through Ufa sufferlnff from ei. tu onsinti sua irtnuin ulrrun Jlr. redurx tb tblckvntd membranes, tona abnormal dta enarrr. clean tha naval rtawairea. aoolbea lha i innamea euriarae ana nraii in raw piaera. i m.im natural breaming easy, uei it rrom druirilit tfoandMO or Miopia FttEK. tav KONDOM Mr Q. CO., Mlnnaaaalla, Minn, 1 OLD SOKE it tie of a itmlltrtiaiit cancerous nature A 1 If 1 1 a a.tl. .w I iuc ununcanou oi buivca ui uma can make no progress toward iieaung tuc piace. inom produce a cure of old Bores as S. S. S. perfect blood remedy, composed of the n :. .t,j ui iiiuouiuu umu wc iuuh uivuuu, and blood-rmrifvinir nrooertics. It removes every par- ..inlti.1 - fmni tiio r t rri 1 1 n I ?nti nnrt nS'tlKt't t lif Imnltliflll . lllltriHouB ComUScleSof S. mnlcc.q nuns blood nnd Dure blood - - - - - , $8.50 $17.50 $22.50 Drive Out Catarrh A Disgusting Filthy Diseaes If you are subject to frequent colds, ot It you have any ot tho distressing symp toms of catarrh, such us stuffed up foul ing In tho head, profuse dlschargo from tho nose, sores In the nose, phlegm In thu throat, causing hawking and spitting, dull pain lit the head or ringing in tho curs, Just anoint tho nostrils or rub tho tlirunt or chest with a llttlo Kly's Cream Unltu, and see how quickly you will get relief In u few tnlnutca you will foci yout head clearing, and alter using tho Italic for a day or so the nasty dlschargo will bo checked, tho pain, soreness nnd fovor gono and you will no longer bo offensive to yourself and your friends by con stantly hawking, spitting and blowing. Bhako off the grip of catarrh before I' Impairs your senso of taste, smell unt. hearing and poisons your whole system. In a short tlmo you can bo completely cured ot this distressing dlseuse by Using Kly's Cream Halm. This healing, mill Boptlo Halm does not fool you by short, deueptlvu relief, but completely over comes tho dlttuaso, It oleurs tho none, head and throat ot all tho rank poison, soothes, heals and strengthens tha raw koro mombrancs, mulling you prool against colds and catarrh. Ono application will convince you, nnc a 60 cent bottlo will generally euro th worst cas of catarrh. It Is guaranteed. Got It from your druggist today. Ad vcrtlscmcnt. "Jusf Say" HORLICK'S It Means Original and Genuine MALTED MILK The Food-drink (or All Ages. More healthful than Tea or CotTec. Agrees with the weakest digestion. Delicious, invigorating and nutritious. Rich milk, malted grain, powder form, A qaick lunch prepared in a minute. Take bo substitute. Ask for HORLICK'S. 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