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   Des Moines Daily News (Newspaper) - March 12, 1909, Des Moines, Iowa                             8 ltf DES MOINTCS NKWS FRIDAY MARCH 12 for Women of If you were tired and had only three minutes to reft do you would refresh you the moil It would be changing your shoes for a pair of light weight ones Dorothy Dodd Shoes weigh less than other shoes for women Lighter weight greater satafadion equal cost Try them Three to four dollars ExpressPaid on Mall Orders Send For Catalog FREDERICK FIELD SHOE CO DES MOINES IOWA FINDS WIFE IN ATTENDED BY INDIANS Woman Born in Pioneer Days of Chicago Has Died BLO03IINGTON 111 March Margaret Ellen Liscom who was Kihe first white child born in Chicago p after Its incorporation as a city died there yesterday Mrs Liscom was nborn In Chicago March 3 1S36 T She was surrounded at her birth v by squaws Her first batJi was taken In a tub made from a hollow log and the water was taken from Lake Mich igan She was rocked to sleep in a cradle of bark and was attended by Indian maidens who viewed the white child with curiosity Mrs Liscoms parents were Mr and Mrs James Klnzic They came west soon after tueir marriage in Vir ginia and settled in Port Dearborn The father of Mrs Liscom was a Where the The coffee question is easily for the house wife who uses Tally Ho Coffee It insures a cup of delicious coffee of a delightful aroma for every meal Better than any other 25c coffee you can buy It is a superior blend oi finest grown coffees personally select ed and tested by Mr C F JBlanke who is ac to be the greatest coffee expert iri the United States No better assurance of its fine drink ing quality could possibly be given U ftctaje Ne Weijit Costs less than onehalf cent per cup to make After Enlisting Aid of Hu mane Society Italian Final ly Finds a Partner After coming clear to Des Moines to enlist the aid of the Humane society in finding him a bride Joseph Selerna Prairie City Italian finally found the one woman in the world right in his home town and he found her all by himself Yesterday Selena secured a mar iiage license to wed E M Higglns aged 50 Prairie City Selena himself i is 66 and a widower Two weeks i ago he called at the offices of the Humane society and asked Mrs Baird to help him find a wife He j said that he wanted a woman fifty years of pge but wasnt particular I about the color of her hair anl eyes j MADE TOOTH FOE SELF Cut Piece Prom Tooth Brash and FashionedMolar BELLEFoNTAIXE 0 March 12 man who cnn shave himself is common and a mim who can cut his own hair Is a novelty but a man who has no Imowledge of dentistry but can make liis own teeth anil place them In his head is a genius Carl Mabbey of Forest lost one of his front teeth He cut a piece from the handle ofhis tooth brush and with the aid of afile fasnloncd a molar leaviuj a proug on the end fur trader and left Ills young wife which he pushed up info the sum He at Fort Dearborn wnjle he traveled i says he is satisfied with the job through the northwest Tbe daughter was born while he was away on cue of his long trips Shirts flats A Furnlshinis for Spring SAT F N SIMMONS Mgr Just Fresh From the Makers Hands of smartest new Spring topioats and suits that Class with the very finest products of the most skilled custom tailors to see to Every new new new pattern Every new new showing of what the best dressers will wear this They are unexcelled in the point of are perfection in tile art of thing for you to do is to get inclose touch with this service is open to it is wo rth finding out what we can do for Seen Our Boys Spring Style Show Truly you have never known such inducements as we offer in our boys best The highest character of production and all in such modest really cant afford to miss See our values and Seven Metropolitan Stores Chitjago Illinois Froeport Illinois Csifar Rapids DM Maims Dubuyue City Dayton Ohio What ever you want an ad in The News will find it for you ONE DRESS IN 24 YEARS Was a Calico One at That So Mrs Howard Gets Divorce MUNCIE Ind March Mrs Rachael Howard testifying in the circuit court in her di vorce from Robert G Howard set forth that in the twentyfour years of married life her husband had only bought her one dress and that a cai ico one costing 150 Jiudsre Joseph Leffler lost no time in grafting her the desired decree The suit was not opposed Incidentally Mrs Howard averred that although her hsuband was trained nurse she was compelled to support him much of the time and to buy him his tobacco Flatulency or Wind On Stomach As It Is Commonly Named Means That Decaying Food Is Making Uas This most serious condition is verr in results most distressingly cases of at 1 tinlcs stomach In food properly Dewy sets in jeitenrf to the stomach force their wav i downward into the bowels and if not Foods which are ailed with eases when l luvajjaLiaie 11 almost at once These gases distend the stomach li all directions preventing iiie couiractin mus cles from doing their regnlar duties Hiey do force the gas from the stomach it goes elsewhere In the svstem with even more hawssina results ahd thenthe de caymg mass still remains to generate more The most effective met flatulency is toremove making An emetic will d stomach will nave the same trouble the moment new food enters it Stuarts Dyspepsia Tahlets get ot is food at once digest it prevent decay fa t0 food to intestines pLvTng the sfomS Uf Dci Ste sTsteni its nourishment Flatulency simply cannot exist where I can be had only at gro 1 eery stores where the V best grades of all gro V ceries are sold The X TallyHo Sign is therefore a Sign of quality not only in coffee but in the general grocery line as well Look for the TallyHo Sign and do your trading where it hangs these little tablets are used They build up the stomach fluids so that it matters not how many vegetables yon eat or food containing Quantities of gas the stomach does its work well ana quiekly Stunrts Dyspepsia Tablets are sold everywhere and used the whole world over by sick stomachs and stomachs that want i to cat heartily and yet not get Blck Every dniguist carries Stuarts Drspin sia Tnhlots price 50 cents per box THe demand for these little aisesters Is con stantly increasing Forty thousand physi cians in America and Canada use them and prescribe them Send us your name and address and we win KCna vou a trial paclianc by ranil free Address F filch1 Mrebo11 C F BIANKE TEA AND COFFEE CO St touts V S A The ThreeYearOld Ruler of 430 Million Souls ager empress The Peking newspapers ordinari ly well informed on happenings at court were very reticent about everything pertaining to the im perial succession But the Chepao did print this On the 14th of November when PUYI THE BABY EMPEROR OF CHINA STANDING BESIDE FATHTOR PRINCE CHUN A ND HIS YOUNGER BEOTHBR HIS he ascended the throne the new em peror three years old hearing the With him in the photograph cried hard because he was afraid k0as for are nis father Prince Chun who is The prince regent his father i Uo Uilf irat regent and the real ruler him up in his arms and soothi nut lie Tic hrnfhaf ic 111 i i An authentic picture of the new emperor of China and its 430000000 D people has arrived at last from Pe firing of bombs and cannon king With him in tbe photograph cried hard because he was at took and bis brother who is the heir ap told him not to be afraid or cry parent Thereupon more than two thousand About the first official act of the People who witnessed fell down and baby monarch was to canonize his worshipedtbe babe predecessor and to nominally Throughout this adoration the punish the doctors who attended the diminutive son of heaven wept and late Emperor Kwangsu and dow called for his niiree The Trimmer Club The advantages of the Trimmer club movement recently inaugurated by Mr Snucerman of Des Moines for young boys is of far greater import ance to the rising generation than is realized by the public today and the benefits that would accrue from toe general adoption of its principles are beyond the reach of computation The plan does not provide for the useless expenditure of large sums of money for extravagant luxuries which is the principal feature of many of our modern clubs It has no pro vision for wasting a boys energy on expensive athletics but provides ways and means through which he will re ceive all the exercise necessary through a system of doing thingsfor which Ue will receive compensation in money muscle brains and morals There is no other organization in which all of the money deposited for the boy and by the boy including In terest on such deposits remains the property of the boy There is no other organization or club that teaches the boy such practicall lessons in economy and is such a true guide to health wealth usefulness and happi ness The Trimmer crab is an open or ganization all are welcome at every meeting and the only pass word is honor No gambling here for nse less brlckabrack cut glass mock jewelry and painted china indulgences practiced by too many of our present day fathers and mothers no hidden room here filled with tobacco smoke whiskey fumes profane language arid Indecent stories no secrets here behind closed doors and blinded win dows where the public may not view the ghoulish indnlgences practised In otherclubs by their elders The world passes by the open door of the Trim mer club and vieiws a strong clean manly company of boys beingtanght the things and practicing the lessons that will makethem successful busi ness or professional men honorable and useful citizens and true Chris tians A few dollars expended now in teaching your boy practical1 business lessons and true economy will save you hundreds when ybii start him out on a professional or business life The Trimmer clubs will teach your boy and permit him to retain the money invested for this purpose Organize Trimmer clubs Support Trimmer clubs Give your boy the Trimmer club advantage X T Z BEAUTY NOW PENNILESS Our Special Offer 8 Full Quarts IMPERIAL U And 8 Sujple Bolllu ttt iPORTSIT BECT Des Moines Association to Elect Officers at the Crocker Building Tonight Election ot directors and officers by the members of the Des Alolnes Manufacturers association at 3 meet Ing at room 811 Crocker building to ight TsMll be the most important business to come before the session The association Is the outgrowth of a movement on the part of a number of small manufacturers to cooperate in an advertising and educational npaijTH with the object of Doosting Des Moines made goods1 The now assnciallon will advertise ll a manner tlmt will promote lire use or liometnndc goods and awaken eroRt in home factories ial 4 Sraple Bolllu Ftte All EIPHESS CHARGES PREPAID Satisfaction guar anteed or money re funded All goods expressed promptly JOBBERS SPREAD FAME OF WEALTH for ipccialprice lull on pintt and half Personal Letters Sent Out Con pimt Trade fidentiat PERIAL DISTILLING CO I lmwhV Rorning Booster Book DCS Moiiics committee is be iug spread broadcast by snch letters as this Kingman Kan Dear Sirs Wealth Due new snappv Booster Magazine which always contains interesting matter for a live western man looked so good to us that we thought you would like It so it to be sent to you for one year with onr compliments It has nothing to do wlWi the Inisjffj bus iness any more than to urge western people to trade together and keep their money west of the Mississippi river as much as possible Seusihle sort of proposition isnt It Yours truly KIlATZEill CAIUHAGE CO C S Walker pros A man that hatb not virtue In him self ever eiivietb virtue In Bacon Josie Mansfield Dying in Ob sourity in South Dakota SIOUX PALLS S D March Tosie Mansfield the famous New York beauty of the seventies for hose love Ed Stokes killed Jim Isk is a resident or South Dakota ind has been for several years This once famous beauty who had iome the most famous millionaires of their day at her neck and call since coming to Sontb Dakota has been living nuder another name which dotibtless was expected to con ceal the past and prevent her Identity being revealed She is a resident of Watertown where she lives under an assumed name For about seven years she has been a resident of that city She now Is nearly seventy years old practically helpless as the result of astroke of paralysis and being penniless Is dependent upon charity for support The severest punishment a man can receive who has Injured another Is to have committed the Injury and no man is more severely punished tnan he who is subject to the whip of his own NOVEL ACT OF VETERAN Has His Civil War Discharge Papers Placed on Eecord RICHMOND Ind March Ward a civil war veteran who fought with an Indian regiment at the bat tles of Shilor Coriritli Stone River Mission Ridge and Buzzards Roost called at the office of the Wayne county recorder and presented his discharge papers issued in 1805 for record The recorder was puzzled for no document of the sort had ever been presented to him for offcial tion and he did not quite understand the motive Ward explained that the bit of parchment showing his war record in condensed form was the only thing outside of the government records In Washington that indicated his ser viceInorder that hia war record may preserved tor Ward decided that the discharge pa pers should be recorded and lie ly paid the fee WOULD OUT THE SKIRTS SHORTER Cleveland Alderman Advoeate Step for Health CLEVELAND March of an ordinance prohibiting maun from wearing skirts that touch ground when they walk wu nrfid bj Councilman Flower at a mwUm toe the conBideration of a resolution call ing for the purchase at signs for itreet Women should not wear aklrta the ground he Bald Reform In tWe di rection IB In line with the itept tho city has taken In an effort to prevent the spread of tuberculoala lUKE EPFECTEI or MONEY REFUNDED If you know nnyonc who oiilit to bo cured of the Drink IIiilit SIIK jtest lo them to try the OIIRINK trrntnipiit youH lie doing tlifnn n good turn nml tlicy ivIU some day thnnk you for having suggostcd it tc them You cnn recommend OKKINW to them willi fu11 confidence It has successfully used ir thousands and is highly recommended InIliusu who have used It Can HP livrn Secretly ORltlNE COSTS ONLY SI A HOX fiuarantrc in Kuril Ilox Write for Free ORIliTW Ronklct mailed In iilaln sealed cnrolniie to nURINI Co OKWMC UnlMIng Washington I c O1MMVK sold leading arngKUttii everywhere Sprclal ARrntft Rent Hurlliut fifth and Do not use Soap Naphtha Borax Soda Ammonia or Kerosene with GOLD DUST GOLD DUST desirable cleansing qualities in perfectly harmless and lasting form The GOLD DUST Twins need no outside help No matter what you wish to clothes pots and pans floors and woodwork re frigerator bath room or what not GOLD DUST alone will do all the do it bettei1 than anything else More than that GOLD DUST will do all the hard part of the work without your help saving your strength and temper GOLD DUST is a good honest vegeta ble oil soap in pow dered ically combined with purifying ingredi ents of magic power Made by THE N K FAIRBANK COMPANY Makers of FAIRY SOAP the oval cake UEUCTJHBH Madam Serve a Dozen Cereals Load your table with them Still yoatl find that aQ your people take Puffed Wheat or Puffed Rice To see them means to wantthem For these giant kernels to eight times natural most enticing foods To taste learn how they mett in the makes them irresistible These are the foods invented by Professor the most popular foods of the day Also the most digestible In no other foods are the starch granules broken as they are in these Dont miss this new delight For breakfast or luncheon r7 roods They are made by this curious process The whole wheat or rice kernels are put into bronze metal guns The guns are sealed then revolved for an hoar in a heat of 5SOdegrees The heat tarns in the grain to steam and the pressure becomes terrific Then the guns are fired Instantly every starch granule is blasted into a myriad particles The kernel of grain is expanded eight times It becomes porous and crisp Yet the cOat is unbroken each kernel is shaped as before i Sold by grocers everywhere All Patents controlled by The Quaker Oats Company BOOKS for SunAW should be secured on tomorrow at our CIRCULATING LIBRARY of FlCTIONv Onl 2 Absolutely no other charge You should take advantage of this opportunity of reading all of the latest works without buying them BAKERTRISLER COMPANY 510   

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