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Des Moines Daily News (Newspaper) - March 12, 1909, Des Moines, Iowa FRIDAY MARCH 12 1Mt THE DES MOINES NEWS 11 BLOOD POISON PfPJH CURED NEVER TO RETURN JILUHLL IN LOS mm Entirely Removed from the Not Locked In Like Ordinary Treatments and Patent Do To Again Appear Our Treatment all Sores and Symptoms In 15 to 30 Days So You Nor Any One Would Know You Ever Had the Trouble ALSO SKIN DISEASES SORES ULCfHS ECZEMA PIMPLES BLOTCHES ITCHING BURNING DISCOLORATIONS of the SKIN TO COitlfi BLOOD 1UibOK it inuit entirely reuioTCd from the ayatem The treatment we Blve jou acts quickly by ueu the polsoti that you cau Al most ieel it being out overj day We e blood Poison Specialists Not Pretentious CureAlls aud creates iresb pure blood cleaus lug flid building up the system 10 t Lift re be 110 come buck to It Yowr advantage treating with ua Is that when you are vurefl you will cured and the treatment does not ID Jure Tour stomach cause bone pains ftclics like strong mineral mixtures 5 to Is All We Charge For Cur tng Seme Cases OUR SERVICES COST YOU NOTHING UNLESS YOU ARE WE GUARANTEE TO RE FUND WHAT YOU PAY US by giv fng you our Guarantee Certificate which insures you of every dollar you pay us refunded to you if you are not completely cured so he trouble will not come back Our Guarantee Certificate Is made good and backed by a special deposit of In the Century Savings Bank of Des Moines WE CHARGE NOTHING TO METHODS WILL PROVE OUR CURE YOU CONSULTATION FREE CONFIDEN TIAL AND INVITED bolU at office and by correspondence Our charges ore rea sounble ntid we make terms that enable OIT luitictita to conreiilently pay as nut treat elsewhere until you litre vcsUjrated our methods and terms Office honrB during week from a m U 8 p m Sundays I to 1 Address or call ott Deo Molars Co Inc Buc D llr Poyd MB Locust St Fifth and Pgs Molata la Dramatics At the Grand Selma Herman and a fair company brought The Bad Mans Wife to tbe Grand Thursday night for the week eml run The play deals with the 3ifc of a girl who doubted married another in haste and has the pro verbial amount of leisurely repent ance Miss Herman as the wife took the major part the applause showing a large amount of emotional ability Her part is not calculated to show her ability to the best advantage During the flrst two acts she is the tlowuirodden wife and then at the death of the husband Warren she becomes the1 wife ofthe man who first loved her and17then waited dur Ing the two yearsbiJfer mnrrledlife b Here forMeeting Anioflgthk foutoftown bankers the group meeting lasf night were Fred Thompson farm loan man cger of the Merchants fcotm Trust Company Chicago Reformers in the Saddle and City Officials Anxious Quit Their Jobs to LOS ANGELES March Angeles awoke today to the most remarkable situation in Its political history With Mayor Harpers resignation In the hands of the city council forced to that recourse by the pub lished threats oi exposure of his official and personal record with the city council committed to choos ing today his successor with a special election but a fortnight dis tant with two candidates for mayor on the ticket the legal questions arising upon every side casting doubt upon further procedure the situa tion presented was one of complexity and confusion Other Resignations Coming It was confidently expected that today other resignations would fol low Announcement was made that Chief of Police Thomas H BroaCS head would send his resignation to the mayors office and at least one member of the police commission and perhaps others are expected to tender their resignation These re signations together with that of MayoHarper and Sdivanl Kern member of the boar of public worts are still hedged about with much mystery but published state ments today speak broadly of the intolerable conditions affecting the city administration and the regula tion of the Red Light district Alexander Will Win George Alexander the candidate of the recall element stands practically unopposed on the ballot except for the socialist candidate who repre sents only a small voting strength The faction which has been back of Mayor Harper today contends that the resignation of the mayor vitiates the recall election there being now no mayor to recall The supporters of Alexander and the recall move ment claim that the resignation of the mayor inno wise affects the re call election and that Alexander will be chosen mayor on March 26 The city attorneys office asserts that the recall election must proceed and that the result will decide who is mayor Old Soldier Dead ROCKFORD 111 March fred Taffart who was mayor of Rock ford for four years and was a promi nent attorney died today at the home of his sou In LaGrange 111 He was major of a Wisconsin regiment in the civil war One Man Killed Ohio March One inaii is reported to be dead and seven injured as a result of an ex plosionof a metal pot in the Iron mill of the American Steel and Wire com pany today A Car Load of Iron Beds ai Chapmans Moines1 Store Weve1 just received a car load of iron binight them right find ii re going to sell them right offeringthem to jou at a tremendous siulng Read on Uon beds iu great variety of colors any sixe tomorrow 8195 Heavy iron beds substantially bnilt gracefully designed essers Under priced Tomorrow Our dresser stock Ja the largest in quote Initone others correspondingly reduced Heavy solid oak large roomy dress er with heavy French beveled mirror regular roxv onlv iron beds in colors and sixes tomon New Rugs and Carpets You always save money on rugs at 27 In Ax iUgs onW SI 95 rugs Ax minster 36 in to morrow only S3 65 9x12 Tapestry Brussels rugs Floral aud Per sian 17 values oulv S1095 Kitchen Cabinets Our stock of kirehen cabinets is very complete Heres a special for cabinet two bins two large drawers solidly built the Kind for only S395 Mattresses for Saturdays Selling We place oil siile tomorrow 300 mattresses all grades all prices at a very great saving You will find this the biggest mattress op portunity of the season Come early tomorrow morning 713715 Walnut Street Unique Fresh Air Tenements for Consumptives Only Mrs Vanderbllt and plan or r tenements showing outdoor stairs and roof garden shelters Special NEW YOKK March plans for tlie consumptive Hflts which it was announced recently Mrs W K Vanderbllt Sr will milkl at a cost of 51000000 are nftw nearly com plete aiid your correspondent is able to give some of the main features of construction way to each tint from the rear Each tenant can reach liis flat without passing the door of any other flat Each apartment will have a front porch There be four tenements al marvels ofingenuity which will ac commodate 350 families Only fami lies where death by tuberculosis is threatened will be allowed to rent the flats and the rental will be from 9 to a mouth Each building will be six stories high and in the centerthere will be a court giving light and air to each room There will be an outdoor stall E Drury Declares State Should Be ReDistributed and the Judges Should Get Busier THE WHEEbr Copyright 1808 by IS J Clobe CHAPTER Dick was then leaving the tele1 graph office whence he had disi patched a cablegram on his own ac count J3are civility demanded that he should acknowledge Mr Forbes various communications so he sent the brief message Writing Roy son which he thought covered the n the need there was w restrain its reUulness The aninral was atraid of him In all probability It had never before been handled by a European Abdullah did not return so speed ily as was his intent He had gone to borrow another mount and met with delay because the owner was In the bazar pntlv Rpfnrn reloininar m ine But fortune helped and irenthe wated Mm by sending the man back earlier arbor and ttlan usual for the evening meal and when he cantered up after an ab sence of ten minutes he lost no more time You are sure you can ride well monsieur he demanded Quite sure Into the saddle then and let the little way toward the harboi as he halt expected met Stump re turning from the yacht He proceeded to astonish toat stout mariner with the evenings budget As they neared the hotel Stump shouted Hello Wheres the nre Unless Im much mistaken young feller theres a flrstclass row goin o noutside our bloomln cafe No no dont you but in among Arabs as though you was strollln1 down Edg warerd on a Saturday night an get ju ei mixed up in a coster roughan Mg flrst C3cpcllcncc of tllo tumble Those longlegged surofootedness of the reins hang loose Motl will carry you safely and It is but a broken road over the bridge CHAlTmi XVIH Away thev went crossing sonic rough ground at an easy gnllop nntl would knife you just for the fun o It Keep full an by an let any son of a gun who comes too near have It where itll stop him Stumps sound precautions were unnecessary None of the combat ants approached them Indeed the struggle ceased as quickly as it be gan and they were in the hotelbe fore the frightened servants dared make known the thrilling fact1 that the young lady was missing The negro who accompanied her downstairs was positive that she had gone off of her own accord in the carriage that was standing outside but Mr Fenshawes frantic protesta tions when the scared manager told him what had happened convinced Royson that the servants statement was wildly absurd Moreover it became clearer each second that Mrs Haxton and not Irene was the prize sought by the marauders There was no time for explana TUe roofs will be laid out In garden Itjons All was panic and useless run style with grass and shrubs and a glass shelter to the north The bal cony of each apartment will be largo enough to allow the serving of a meal outdoors The windows will be made in easily detachable sections and in fine weather the entire window can be removed thus securing what will practically amount to outdoor sleep ing As a tribute to Dr Henry C Shive ly who first interested her in white plague fight Mis Vanderbilt desires that the flats be known as the Shively Sanitary apartments Pickard in his attitude and M Cail lauxs position is regarded as no longer tenable It is thought that he will tender his resignation at to morrows session of the cabinet and that he will be replaced by Minister of Commerce Cuppy Mudge Is in the City Second Vice President Mudge of the Rock Island system is in Des Moines today in his private car The object of his visit is not known but it is be lieved to be in connection with the now station proposition iu East Des Moines Declaring that thirtyseven judges and reporters can do the judicial work in the state at present done by fifty three saving the state Rep resentative Drury pressed the appoint ment of a committee before the house today to redistrict the judicial dis tricts He was seconded by Representative Cunningham who held that there are many judges and reporters who work little and that there is need of larger districts so that there can be rota tion of judgesHe held that the ers should be advanced in pay but that alsobe given more work to do The resolution was sent to a com mittee to be reported back to the to the house next Tuesday House Kills Bill kirCCCHiN Neb Mnreh the house today tbe bill to authorize the state university to accept the Carnegie pension fund for professors was dej rented by a vote of fiftyone to forty seven W 7 Bryan appeared before the house committee several weeks ago mid opposed the pension fund u7 SHORT OF FUNDS PARIS March like the United States is confronted win 1 Mg deficit in nor revomiiM The lulget in 1909 necessitated the pay ment of 512000000 in treasury I bonds while the regular estimates for 1909 show a deficit of 545 600000 This situation complicates the pro posal to revise the French tariff and it already has precipitated a quarrel j j between M Cailloux minister of IS an ordeal which all women finance and M Pickard minister of i marine over the insistence of the latter on large credits to restore the approach with dread for nothing compares to the pain iof childbirth The thought of the suffering in store for her robs the expectant mother of pleasant anticipations Thousands of women have found the use of Mothers Friend robs confinement of much pain and insures safety to life of mother and child This liniment is a Godsend to women at the critical time Not only does Mothers Frisnd carry women safely through the perils of childbirth but it prepares the system for the coming event relieves morning sickness and other dis rnmfrirfi com roris nook IBEBRADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta efficiency of naval material Scan dalous corruption in the matter of naval contracts revealed lately by M Pickard has startled the country and the minister of marine has prac tically refused to continue in office unless he is granted sufficient funds to put the navy in first class order It has been learned that a regular monopoly existed among the navy who charged exorbitant prices and made enormous prnfits M Drous seau a member of the chamber of deputies who investigated the navy accounts on beiiuir of the finance commission reports that millions have been swallowed up without any benefit to the navy Premier Clemenceau supports M Look Here Dear People Your Attention Please You all know ttmt flour lias advanced iu price quite sharply in the past four weeks but I am go iiig to sell at either stove tomorrow Saturday at the following prices Falcon Flour per sad S155 Pride of Des Moines sk U S Patent per skgl55 IillsburyVJ X per sk Sleepy Eye Cream skjgl60 Gold Medal per skjet Hazel per And say I want you to try Tone Bros Teas and Cof fees of which I make a specialty and have sold for years and from exper ience can highly reconi inent to all If you wish a very line tea ask Sher man Lamphere or Harlan to sell you the Cannon brand You will come back for more also ask for Golden Blend ColTee at 0c or Ambrosia Hoc They will please you W R and Schoo 942 Main 389 Iowa end Crocker Main 581 Iowa 1135 fro A messenger was sent to summon the police and mat ters were in a state of chaos when Royson was approached by an Arab whose clearlychiseled features arih ed eyebrows and high cheek bones showed tLat he was of different line age to the hybrids of the coast His carriage too was that of a man of consequence and he wore his burnous rather in the Algerian style This was Abdullah who had gath ered from the negros now almost in coherent words that Mrs Haxton had been spirited away in the carriage He had his own reasons for that the lady would encounter culties in Massowah and the man spoke her name readily whereas Miss Fenshawes was either of them unknown to addressing Dick quietly inexcellent Frepcn can you ride1 Yes said Dick hoping against hope that this calmeyed strangei might be able to give him some sore ly needed clew as to the manner at least of Irenes capture Come with me then continued Abdullah in the same guarded tone I think I may oe able to find out where madam has been taken You can demand your own reward If you speak truly said Dick Wt me bring you to Mr Fenshawe He will tell I seek the aid of none but you whispered Abdullah I come to you only because you are a European and I must have some one to justify me lest trouble should arise I am unknown here and my words would fall on deaf ears You look like a man who can handle affairs Come monsieur we are losing time But I must tell my friends No that is not to be thought of monsieur If I am right you and I alone must deal with this affair These others are excited They will shout their news to the whole bazar d if we fall we shall return m halfan hour Not a word to anyone but follow me Abdnllan had the air of a man who knew his own mind strode away at once without lookmg to right or left and Royson yielded to the impulse which bade him not hes itate but accept the proffered as sistance in the search for Irene Abdullah turned into the first side street In a few minutes the smoliecloud cleared and he found that they had reached the outskirts of the native auarter The houses were no longer huddled together small hovels took the place o cramped and lofty tene ments Soon he could seedark masses of hills silhouetted against the sky where its dense blue merged Into the amber and green of Are last nicker of daylight Not far distant a sheet of water still as a mirror re flected sky and hills In even more j pronounced chiaroscuro and he had just distinguished the straight black ridge of the landward causeway when i Abdullah dived into a wattlebuilt Arab had not uttered a syl ilable during their rapid waljt and Iloyson determined not to question jhira since his offer to help was made voluntarily and he seemed to porfor silence to speech The Englishman iwas undecidcd whether or not to en i ler tho hut which was appnrratly rn 1 tenanted but the eager whinny of n horse quickly explained Abdullah s disappearance There was some stamping of unshod hoofs on the hard i earth tome straining of Births and clink of steel and the Arab led forth i a slenderly built animal which al flrt sight seemed to be far too light for a rider of Dicks proportions The horses owner hmvover showed no misgivings on hls point He handed the bridle to Dick Then he ran off toward another hut The horse tried to follow Its master and Royson found distraction for a jumble of incoherent thoughts Arab horse iu his proper environment Slot moved with the long lope of a greyhound and used eyes and intelli gence as well as feet Where are we going lie inquired To a village It Is not far distant There we may obtain news They pressed ou it not for the nature of his errand Dick would have enjoyed the ride greatly for the cur rent of cool air was pleasing after tlie heat of Massowah and Moti curried him as though he were a feather weight Easily monsieur This is the place Behind a tumbledown hut a fire was blazing Some men were squatted around a tripod which supported a large iron pot One was speaking and even Roysous untrained ear rec ognized the measured cadence of the story teller A nimble of laughter showed that the protest of some dis comfited rogue or some wise moullalfs bad just tickled tlie audience when Abdullah leaped from the sad dle and approached the circle fence be with you brethren said he bowing gravely Tlie story teller broke off abruptly One of tbe men rose and replied With you be pence brother and the mercy of God and Ills blessings Royson dismounting for the sake of fotl watched Abdullahs face iu the flickering light of the lire to learn whether or not he was receiving tlie expected news He might as well have sought Inspiration from tlie starry vault overhead But he was not long kept in suspense After tlie exchange of a few sentences with the man who had returned his salutation Abdullah vouchsafed a brief transla tion Not many minutes ago a carriage passed this way It took the road to the left where it forks not a hundred meters distant We must ride hard monsieur for the driver was flogging his heasts Perhaps we may have good fortune They were up aud away thrusting into the darkness in a fast gallop At the parting of tbe roads they took tlie southern track and the land almost immediately became billy On the level again where the oc culting beam of the Jlassowah light house was hidden by the buildings on the Island they unexpectedly came up on a disabled vehicle It wan tilted on the side of the road lu a way that suggested a broken wheel aud a man was holding two ponies hail been taken out of the traces Abdullah pulled his steed almost onto Its haunches so suddenly did he draw rein He pushed close to tlie horsetender a Somali and a firece dialogue broke out which ended in the wrathful statement to Uoysou j This son of a slave says that this Is not the carriage which passed me In bazaar I believe he is lying but what can I do2 Dick meanwhile had ascertained that the conveyance was empty His gorge rose at tlie thought that Irene might be near him at that moment yet prevented by some ruffian from making known her presence The be lief was torturing It impelled him to n deed which in calmer mood he would have declared foreign to his nature Handing Moti to Abflullans care lie went so near to the driver a man of powerful build that he could look i into his sullen face With a qulck ness born of many a bout with the j gloves he seined the Somali by the I wrists causing him to let go the j ponies bridles Then heedless of struggles and oallis he backed him a little space threw him off his feet and three times whirled him through tlie air around his head It was an exhibition of strength that forced a cry of amazement even from Ab dullah Xow tell him said Dick when the panting and terrified native was allowed to stand upright again tell him that if he does not speak the truth I shall take him by the ankles and beat his brains against tbe rocks in that same way By the Holy Kaaba chuckled Ab dullah that would be worth seeing Continued Monday Two Little Girls had Eczema Very One Case Childs Hair Came Out and Left Bare Patches Fathers Head Sore from Child All Three Cases CUTICURA MET WITH ITS USUAL SUCCESS I bave two liHIe girls who have been troubled vnry beclly witb eczema One of them hud it on her lower limbs I did everything that I could licur of for her but it did not give in until warm weather when it seemingly eubsided The next winter when it becamo nold weuthor the eczema started again and also in her hekd where it would take the hair out and leave bare patches as large es a quarter of a dollar At the time lier arms were uoro tho whole length of them 1 took her to a phy and ho eaid that she had two distinct types of I continued with him for several wepVs and Uio child grew won0 all of tbe time 11 or sisters arms were also affected in the came way My husband came homo one day with a box of Cuticura Oint ment and a cake of Cuticura Sonp I beuuu using them and also the Cuticura Pills and by the time the second lot was used their skin wait soft and smooth an it had not been before for ttio winter kcRp the Cuticura Soap and Cuti cuni Ointment constantly by us arid when any little roughness or irritation appears on their skin I quickly disnel it with theCuticuraRemedies Mr husband has used them with most satisfactory results for a soro head which has troub led liiin from childhood Mrs Charles Baker Albion Me Sept 2i 1UOS Cuticura Ointrnfnt is onoof he most iiioccHsfut remedies for torturing dis figuring humors of tho shin nnd scalp including loss of hair of infants children utid adults ever compounded in prwof of which a single anointing with it pro coded by a hot bath with Cuticura Soap and followed by mild doses of Cuticura Pills is often sufficient to nlford immediate rrlief in the most dislrtwsinj forma of itching burning tiud scaly humors eczemas Irritations nnd inflam mations permit rrst and sleep and point to a speedy euro when all else fails Cutlctilb Knap 25cl Olntmfnt Hrrolvcnt ftOc ChornUtc Coaled Pills arc mid thtouahout the world Putcr Imiir A Chrm Corp Bole Vinpft i si folumtnw Avc Bowa VUifred Free Cuticura Book on Skin WILL MAKE SERUM IN LAB HERE Manufacture of hogcholera serum will be a part of the work of the state veterinary department as soon as the proper buildings can be erected and the culture starled if the recommend mttl N6 81 The Subway9 Saturday The Subway Special Shirt The biggest line of ties ever shown at regular Glove value at Spring opening of hats More Less The Subway Walnut and fifth ationB of the house appropriations are carried forth The committee grants for the use of the department in starting the laboratory which is to be located In or near Des Moines The original bill asked for the creation of the sta tion at Ames Duty flrst pleasure Sinythe Pass Dat Possum KEITHLEVJOY MUSIC CO Beit Two Step Ever Written 311 seventh St Opp Younkwtb oo m YOUR CREDITfcfwRCE IS GOOD We advise buying your Spring apparel early Easter isnt far away and you can get the best selections now Our Spring styles are all in and ready for you Finest line of Mens and Womens Clothing in the city ONE DOLLAR A WEEK IS ALL YOU NEED On tomorrow will sell as a special Inducement a fine all wool satin lined Ladles Suit Worsted or Panama in all the new shades This eult is worth and other stores would ask and 525 Saturday it goes at our store for ALL ALTERATIONS MADE FREE OF CHABBE Our Mens Suits this season are beauties On tomorrow we offer a swell pattern In tho new smoked gray or light preen Coat has the new front dip On Saturday they go at OPEN SATURDAY TUL 10 P M 815 WALNUT ST McQuaid Store R IS Gilkinson Mgr Either Plaone 847 MAHKHT DEPT Snsnr Cured Ilnvnii Curoil Hams Pimiis Compound liiiilliiK Mcnl Kxtrn Slwik Itoiind SUiik Sirloin Stoiik 10 Ibs Granulated Sugar 8100 21 Ihs Granulated Sugar wllli 00 orderSI 00 23 Ibs tininnlated Sugnr ivitli S5 7 Wliite lnnnarjr Soap 2 cans Ln In Cleaner L cans String Tieans cans lloans 15c Fresh Country Eggs 19c Per Doz All kinds of fresh fruits anil veuetahlcHi iranms 150 rnpiFruit MnlaKa Pineapples256 Cauliflower Head Lettuce NYw Potatoes Kvets rtivsulps Carrots Cucumbers Spinach Sotcli Potatoes Leave Your Saturday Or der Phones 847
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