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   Des Moines Daily News (Newspaper) - March 12, 1909, Des Moines, Iowa                             FRIDAY MARCH 12 1909 THE DES MOINES NEWS SALE OF Sample Shoes Oxfords At THE FAMILY SHOE STORE 333 E 5th St and 417 W Walnut St Side Store Rear CorE 5th and Locust West Side be tween 4th and 9th 8ts HERE is the We have gathered together about eight hundred pairs of AVomeus shoes and oxfords tun and black mostly samples that are worth j to a pair Some are black brown blue grey and green Suedes welt or turn soles A great many styles such as but tons bluchers ankle pumps and Napoleon shoes We have divided them into two lots and will sell them Saturday Come Early in the day Womens Oxfords Pit Vauips with bltte reen grey suede or undress ed kid tops with pearl buttons are here at a pair Girls Patent Colt Shoes with brown kid tops button or blucher styles up values i Girls Patent Tip Blucher Cut Heavy sole shoes solid sizes up tomorf 6wT Womenstaji hand turn easy Oxfords plain toes or pat tip medium heels and values Womens Hood Rub bers the best graSe rubber made 76c values 39c t Womens but ton Patent Colt Shoes Brown or black ffuede values Come in the Wo mena Patent Vamps or Kid 3 strap Sandals turn soles all Same in one Strap military nee Littlo Gents Union Made calf shoes sizes 9 to 13 on sale at 98c Girls sample Shoes and Oxfords Ball ties tan patent colt most all sizes every paifworth Saturday cut Patent 0olt Tan or ViM Kid hirni welt soles mil itary betels rib bon lace sam ples pn sale Come Early in the day Boys Patent Colt Button or Blucher Shoes and Ox fords sizes 2 to shoe sale Mens Tan Waterproof Shoes for the man who works two full soles bellows tongue 200 pairs broken ana values Boys Shoes Calf or Viol Kid good leather h9avy soleswest ern made shoes Mens Dress Shoes samples Vlci KM or Box Calf Bluclier or Congress style seldom such a bargain op portunity Mens Hood Shag Proof Rubber Boots Rolled edge sole values Womens Oxfords Pat tip hand turn soles small values 98c We fill mail or ders State size and width HERE are a couple of the leaders we have brought to the front for the men and they are rare good values too and very nobby styles but the prices are what should please every man who wants a pair of Shoes or Oxfords 500 pairs of sample ox fords and shoes tans Wines or pat ent leathers buttons or blucher iiniou 400 values 300 pairs of Sample Shoes blucher LVyle box calf SOO values JACK and ANNA They Do THEIR Courting JACK JACK O K CETT THOSE TICKETS YES DEAR O K by WIRELESS Leagues and Leagues Away MJSS ANNA NJSV1NS AT HER INSTRUMENT IN THECOOP ON TOP OF THE WALDORF Special Correspondence NEW YORK March Mv lionnie lies over the ocean My bomile lies over the sea Hut that doesnt make any lUtereuce lie talks every morning to me Behold the most uptodate sweet heart the world has ever seen Anna Nevins of New York Shers the only wireless operatorin the world of her sex and her station is the United Wireless coop on the roof of the Waldorf hotel Miss Nevius wont say she loves a certain young man who IB a wireless operator en the ships of the Ham burgAmerican is she tell the of The BaityNews so Yes I know the young man she says He JS out ohthe Oceania now When in town I see pften fclie admitted But almost i every day I hear from him shesaid a smile pointing to tho wireless apparatus And very often hearo from her You know how a girl eels when she just must must see or hear a certain young man one certain Jacky boy I Well Miss Nevins must feel that Way sometimes for from up in her tower above busy New York overi UbpateiBl and the topping Wall street topping Harlem crossing the East river crossing the Hudson in vast circling waves goes j her silent cry through the air Jack Jack And some operator on a majestic liner far out at sea catclies the cry and sends it in relay Into the air In midocean perhaps another oper ator catches It Jack it trembles And at last Jack hears it and all the operators on all the liners within hundreds of miles who taow about Jack and Auna to hear his answer Back It comes bound ing hundreds of miles from ship to ship relayed perhaps in two or three different languages 0 K And in a little coop on the upper decks and In other little coops on the liners Jn midocean other opera1 tors smile in the night It is still daylight In New York and In a little coop on top of the Waldorf hotel j Miss Anna Nevins smiles Fly little bird with the massage of my the poets used to sing Anna Nevins the twentieth cen tury sweetheart has this old game beaten to death P apologies to Humorist Fred Sclmefer Five years later Wife by wlre lessJack where were tou last night Jackat Madrid Spain I went to bed early dear Wife humming to herself My bbnnle ties over the ocean My bonnle lies over tlie ecu Its n deirfe of a lone way for lying But wait till le comes tonck to me Walnut a Street Saturday From 10 A M to 2 P M and Waists at AN opportunity that only comes once in a great while The waists are just new Received yesterday in the vrey latest lengiare effects Made ot batistes and mulls Lace yokes and beautifully embroidery trimmed Brand new Crisp Waists worth from to Saturday From 10 a m until 2 p m or while the last No more than two to a customer 95c Mrs Frye and the grooms mother Mrs Delhi Anderson Mrs Bert Lines Mrs C r Johiisou mid Mrs Charles Temple act ed as parlor hostesses At 8 oclock Miss Ireiio Andersou played MenilelssohuB wedding march tlie bride and uroom uiv congratulations a luncheon was served in the rtinlnjf room from n prettily appointed table The Mlscs Gertrude Temple Irene Auderfiou Bess Anderson and Myrtle Lai rinMr and Mrs Society j a 3k jk Social and Club Calendar Officers of the Iowa Congress of Mothers reception at the home of Mrs D F Cnrroll O O B Bridge club with Miss Temiings Des Moines Womens Skat club wltli Mrs W H Hnzard Atluilin club with Miss Esther Hicks Skit club with Mr nnj Mrs E C Smith In Society Today It AND MUS II F LIEHIJE West Cirand aveuue will entertain tlic Grand Avenue Social club this eref M Miss Virginia McArtlmr Portwell flats entertained informally tills afternoon in honor of Miss Klnnclie Spinney Culcafro Tlie guests Included a few of Miss Spinneys intlujate friends BUILT IST CAPITOL BODY LIES IN LONE AND UNMARKED GRAVE Thatthe body of the man who gave the state ot Iowa the site of the present Sailors and Soldiers Mou utnent and half ot the grounds oE the present capitol building and who wrecked a private fortune when with five other men he built the first state house in Des Moines is lying in an unmarXed grave on ft vacant lot in Bast Des Moines was disclosed today when Representative Dab neyiBI6omflefd presented a resolution appropriating W be used to erect a monument to mark the spot where he lies The name of the man was Wilson Scott and the small lot where his body lies isn at the end East Eleventh street aboutMwo blocks south ot the present capitol building The location of the grave Is known only to the oldest residents of Bast Des Moines aflthough thirty years ago Scott was one ot the best Known men in the state i When the proposition was made to bring the capitol to the city from Tnni nitv henrpKptitert the ground for the building and later when the Mrs C Deprec Swith Wellsport flats City ne piesenteo we giuuua i e the money win entertain the Fortulelitly Mnsicnic i state was in need of a building with rive other men ne supplied uw club tins evening f j which erected the brick building which stood for BO many years just to the The oHircra oftUn ioira Congress of I south otthe present Mothers received tills afternoon at the home of Mrs B F Carroll East Ninth nnmhur street The snsts included REPDABNEY called during tire and the wives THE PNEUMONIA SEASONlr Past Pleasures ES JULIUS MOETS5EL MORE DEATHS PNEUMONIA THAN FROM TUBERCULOSIS jelieii club yesterday afternoon tallies were surrounded lor sis d euchre and the high score prizes LWU baud Pointed plntesund a cut glass dish were won by Miss Grefe Mrs Orris Chit ten den Pneumonia an Infectious Di sease It Can Be Prevented A Remarkable Record the DCS and Moines Kegister Leader has this soiison of the he come known as tlie pneumonia sonson Why during the ttlosinjr week of tiic old year wore there more deaths In Chicagd uud XPW York pneumonia than tnbciTutosis Why nre pnenihonla md re j la ted bronchial troubles beginning to take I the place ot tuberculosis as the dread scourge of city life Simply and solely j because we are dueling too much in j genuily and energy to dodgins the fresh ami invigorating winter air that every twelve munlhs iterates our latitude H is Violittvetl now Unit pneumonia is an itifettious disense and Mint in the cities where tue death rate is grmvins so rapidly it ia communicated In the heated and crowded car A nickel is fio small aud the cold air is so drilling that the Amer ican people are forget ting how to walk The old time ted that burned the check of childhood docs not visit a mature face on i an average of once in the twelve months not even the red of i ciiilly and pinched We are feLtting afraid uf the cI Miss Siclnha St Claire entertained four teen friends at fl bob aily Wednesday eveningThose enjoying the CTcnlnir were the Misses uorotliy Abbott Bessie Austin Miible Lee Minn Wilson Kuril Huuctiu and Ijeta Hinstou Messrs Frank Duncan John Mnnheek Robert Frnge Raymond Urlmm Himnell oud Robert Buchanan Miss Marie Rounds and Mr DeFoe Clime were tlie ctrapcroncs George Biitchelor East Grand avenue enterhiined the J Iclub yes terday afternoon The club will celebrate its seventh niiniversary with a dinner nt tiip home of Mrs George Uobmson 1412 Tuuisdiiy and Hewitt streets will entertain the T M club evening The General James A Williamson circle P II1 meet in regular session Saturday evening at K P Jinll The W A Iv G club will meet Satur day afternoon with Mrs George M linger Thirtieth street and Woodland avenue The LendAHand of the Unitarian church will meet toniorvoTT afternoon with Miss Florence Davis 2S23 Brattleboro n venue In Cupids Court A PRETTY wedding WDM that of Miss Nellie Gsimbral And Mr Wnldo Anderson last evening at tlie home of the brides mother Mro Emma Frye luia Seventeenth street The parlors were prof use v decorated with carnations lilies of the valiey and greenery The guests numbering about forty were received by Sleeplessness Two Continents Searched bya Brook lyn Woman for a Cure without Narcotic A Harmless One Found by Accident Jefferson streetthe even in March 25 The West DCS Moines Card club was entertained last eveulug Mr nnd Mrs John OBrien West Teuth Many troubled with Heeplesimeas are afraid tables were surrounded for sixband t J a It8 a w f r U8 euelirc and the high score prizes hand Trional and similar drugs believing them harm painted plates were won by Mrs fCOrge iwsIts a mistake Any drug that wlU not curt Franz and Mr Eercivnl Miss Huff nus hM a suest of the club Tlie next leetiu Thursday March M will held Mrs Smith West Twelfth street with Harry Itnrqnist High A O 0 clwh the high A mate nnd aa n result Hie cliuuite is tak ing its revenge The nien luibit of turning up coat colj lars has killed of pwple and I jv jis Ihe fur hnx u list to its account j prize a for no jiirt of i lift liuiiifiu body becomes delicate mure quickly beitnise of super t j fliious wivoriiiy Ilian Ihe tlirout And yet j we juo nniltiplyiuy devices for turning up more coat collars H is not too early to that tliis is all wvong Unit our climate is here lo stay nnd that If we are froiiiK HVP in it wltti comfort we inusL necoininodaio iiirselves lo it It will jmv to keel on good terms with the Mr and Mrs street entertained the A O 0 cliih last evening Several IntyiTstintt games of bridge were played at three tables and lie high score n vase ami ti earring sot wrre won by Mrs James Ifte and Mr decree Kraetsch The nost meeting March 25 will be held with Mr and Mrs Earl Evans Mrs Ralph Morden who leaves tomor row for Kosbkononp Mo lo make her home was the guest of honor at a card party jfivcn last evenint iy Mr and Mrs W E Dnvy Forest avenue Four tames wore surrounded for sixhand euclire and score prizes an illustrated book den ivns the jjuest Several out of town guests includlnff Messrs K Sioux City J U Pennlson Uumi ilye M Roberts Ottumwa Jillis Cniud forkn X r Mr K McLniiKblln Mr John Iavis Ja Mrs G W Alt Chicago Mrs Mlfif Future Festivities XCim SPINNEV Chicapo HPiMidy Jhitlins will entertain us a have a Void Among the tens of thousands i Miss Splnuey ho have used this rrunedy for colds nnd ilurliiK the epidemics of the past few Governor and Mrs II UKsenators rcpresentntlve j the Flitted Htntcs antl lu many I Jtlas Mimic Truux East Scvcutocutli Dru brain destroys Its actlTitr Mental activity Isjustasoooessary to tho brain aa physical activity Is to the body It Is In this cespect that WueeUrs YitalUer oxce It don not FOltnE slaep ntrcotlcs do r by TltaHzlnz brain and dooa not contain Alcohol Chloral Uorpbiue or other harmful drum Whether tho trouble la extreme wakeful aeai or fitful unrafrcshloc slumber Wheelers Nerrft Vltallzer will cure If cffectlrely by supplying to tba oraln the eloraents that bare been worn out by roars of mental toll irorry excesses bad habits and dissipation A single bottle will cure some eases othen ro quire more depending on tlio seriousness of the case and the patients Busceptlblllty to treatment but a oure la certain In all cases In rnspeot to Wheelorg Nerve Vltallzer wool 6 say thai I hare given It a fair trial and found It a great benefit m case which was out of chronic ileep Icssnesi I than ten hare beea under all sorts of treat mont Havn had mad leal practi tioners In Ger niaDT Enghind and the United States preBoribB lor me without any result Have triad the Knelpp euro with elaotrlo baths Harebeen treated by osteo patliliti mid even by hypnet Isti without suc cess By n mere accident I learn ed of Wheilen Vltatlzer and It has rlronmetliaonathlriRl value moro than any tiling on the face of tho Mrs Fancle L Stahl 1039 Je fieri on ATO Brooklyn N Y Hold ftt 1100 In druir stoMfl or hy nxpnii paid by JW braut Co jUbloa Mich Auderfiou Bess Anderson and Myrtle Lai son assisted In servingMr and Mrs Anderson will co Immediately to house keeping at Thirtyfirst Rtrect and Ring mail Vimilevrtrd Mrs L B Smith Oflkftlcosa Mr Charles Kenyan Froeport 111 and MF Wilbur Flfert Sheldon lowu were umone the out of town guests In Clubdom V P E 0 will hold n box supper Saturday evening at the home of Mrs Frank llrccn WSO Penn avenue Supper will be served at oclock The annunl meeting of the Review club was held WtdneKilay afternoon nt the home of Mrs J W Jenny With the ex ception of treasurer all the other officers were reelected Mrs Turaes Callauan vas elected to this office The other oftlcern are president Mr A B Morse vice president Mrs 0 D Davidson recording Becretary Mrs T C Carter correppondlutf secretary Mrs L L Cnsady Mrs B B S 15ly was appointed press reporter nnd MeHdames Delmace Bampssn and will serve on the program committee The marriage of Miss Alice Lee Com lirldge and Mr Roy Klgga Ames took pluve at the home of the brides sister Mrs C C Rlelmrdson 1009 EfiBt Grmid avenue Wednesday evening March 10 ut 0 oclock j The parlors were beautlfuHy decorated a color scheme oC green nnd white being carried out A luncheon wns sprveii durFng tlie evening from a prettily apnolnted table in the dining room They ltl live In Ames where they will b at ouC after Mtircb 20 An event of special interest In literary circles was the March progrume of the Chautauqua league Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs I 13 Tone 1427 Wood land avenue The address for the after noon was given by Mrs Mary Coggeshall Miss Ethel Houten and Miss Hazel Gran ger gave vocal and Instrumental solos and responded to encores Mrs B F Carroll gave her iranressions of Washington The hostess was assisted by Mrs Cans Ham mond autl Highland Park circle Here and There Miss Virginia McArthiir will leave Mon dny for a two weeks visit with friends In Council Blnffs Miss Hazel Carter Kao Is a Eiiest of the home of Mr and Mri George Pink Mrs E C Allabach IB risiting her daughter Mrs Ward Bannister in Denver Mrs uames G Berry hill will leave tbls evening for the east where ahe will make a visit of several weeks with her daugh ter Miss Katberlne Berryhill student at Smith college Miss Eda Carlson Boone la tee guest for few days of Miss Adda Llakcslee Mys W E Dary Forest avenue Is en tertaining her mother Mrs Dayld Mc Keeu Storm Lake and her sister Mrs CJ W Alt Chicago Jr K M J McLauihllD Newton Mr A H Gllles Nerth Dakota snd Mr John F Davis Logau Iowa ure In the city attending the meeting of the National law committee of the Brotherhood of American yeoman Mve Rnlph Wordcn will leave tomorrow for Koshkomong Mo where she will make her future home TELLS OF VICTORIA IJCWDOX Marcl Bsher deputjr gorernar of Windsor castle whose Let leniiof Queen Victoria was In 1907 gave an Interesting lecture ut the Rojul Institution laet utrkt 011 Queen Vic toria The lecture was jlren with the per mission of Kliiff Edward and contained much uew information concerning the queen From the age of 18 and until with A few dBjK of her death Lord Bsher said Queen Victoria kept a dally prifflte Journal which will never bo published in Us enI tlrety These works recording the dally I life events or the qtreen wotdd flii 100 vol I umes All ivere written in her suiirn run1 iluff hand Her entire correspondence ami I apers when arranged and completed ll 1250 volumes Ixrd Esher snld that the IJounml showed tnat from her childhood Victoria set most tout as queen always hud courage to llact alone1 and I with etufldence in my country Jn1 ftnence uniformly thrown on the of peace the speaker said Prescription for Backache One of the Beet Known in Medical Profession for Kidney and Bladder Troubles Backache frequent or highly col1 ored urination and rheumatic pains I are symptoms of kidney and Bladder disorders that usually terminate dreaded Brights disease or diabetes I The following prescription is knownl to give quick and permanent results Half ounce fluid extract half ounce Murax compound sixl ounces good pure gin Shake the bottle well each time and use in doses I of one or two teaspoonfuls after each meal These ingredients can be ed or supplied by any druggist This ia published by the Standard Chemical Co of Chicago turers of Murax Compound Grand Canyon of Arizona NERVOUS PHYSICAL DECLINE Why not consult the Old Ke llttble Speciuliste If yon need you need the bfsl and you should have It at oiice We have bren MtabHshed in PPS Molars for nearly twtoty yearfl Our ftiicccsfl hi all Pelvic Pleenses ot men in tin established fact No need give UP because others t havo We curs we bclievo we the for you R F Fellows M 1 J T ffclloWH M D We want to talk to men afflicted with VarlcorHe Hydrocplc Kidney Bladder ProsInUc and nil associated peculiar to MEN The fnct that you nave treated else where without benefit is 110 reason whr we cannot cure you We are curing men every day who Imvc had Blmllnr eipeHencs It Is In just sticli CIISCH that we hnvc made our reputfitlou Our special training nnd years of experience plves us many advantages over the ordinary speeiul OUR SUCCESS IS AN ESTABLISHED FACT Men consult us from nearly every atuie In the Union man re ceives our very best care and titten tlon The curing and building up Tveafe broVspnflown fliid fliscwPMi racn has becn our life work Mir sym pathy Is onllHted with every nntlcnt The cure IP our first thought itmsti cntc our Ktumlliif nnd thr cures we perform before ifoing elstivhfre It may fate you many years of suffer ing Kxperlence has given us such ronfldcticc In our treatmrnt that we not hesitate to every man a chance to try it without any rhnrgc If the results are not satisfactory Tl Now hook which trll HTPP explains 11 CD OUT and how you can get n trenlniPiit on trial with out cost if It falls to RlTR you rnolory rPBiills IVr nlsp EUitrunlrr to rnrc Hjdrocrle or One CnnnulUtlnn frff Drs Fellows Fellows Co Office Hours o 7 p in Sim dnvri 0 In I Itnnm 3 Holltns Illorh Tor Fonrlh and IValnut Rts lies Molnrtt Iowa Thomas Moran N A was the first American artist of note to visit this worldwonder He still frequently goes there to get new impressions In his summer home at Easthamp ton L I or in his New York City studio usually may be seen several canyon canvases1 under way Other emi nent artists also have visited this titan of chasms They all admit it to be the de spair of the painter You too may easily view this scenic marvel I as a side trip on thej luxurious California winter For booklets of train and Canyon address Limited route to or from sunshiny California thisl Only two days from Chicago and three from New York I The roundtrip side ride from Williams Aiiz1 coats only You can stop at El Tovarl Hotel management of Fred Harvey Bimud Larimer fits Aft A T t S F Siiih Avenue DM Moines Io Quarts Fine Whiskey We want every consumer in this countiy to know all about the excellent ment of our whiskey to do thia quickly we we making this unheard of INTRODUCTORY OFFER 4 Quarts Independent XXXX 2 Quirts Wlzir Free Rcgultr Frlct ALL FOR 3J5 Independent Whiskey is absolutely pure Give it a trial Taste every bottle if you tike and if you do not find it the best whiskey you have ever had send it back at our ex pense and your money will be returned by first mail With the above order we will Also send free B gltss a corkscrew book of toasts and valuable coupon THE INOEPENDENT DISTILLING GO Independent Block KANSAS CITY MO   

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