W. A. MESTAYER DEAD. IHK WULL-KNOWrv ACTOK S IIUBS TO HKimiT'S IMSi: s# OFTHE KIINICV.V NèW York, Nov. 21- Af ter several ; months' illness, W. A. Mestayer, the well-known actor, died last night of Bright's disease. Mr. Mestayer was a man widely respected by the theatrical profession of the United States and after several years' gooi work at the California Theater with the late John McCullough, carne to New York under an engagement with E. E. Rice and played under his management in all tho principal burlesques produced by tli at manager for several years. The newspapers are simply flooded with instances of smarl, brainy men i who fall victims to what has been properly called "the National Malady." The way people live and the excessive paco of modern Ufe has a direct effect upon the kidneys and more people are ! subject to Bright's disease in conse, quence. But in spite of the fact that : the disease has always been considered , fatal the proprietors of Dodd's Kidney I'ills offer a, roward for the first case they cannot cure. The success of Dodd's Pilis in all forms of kidnoy I trouble has been simply miraculous and ; the evidence of well-known phjsicians , is proof that Dodd's Kidney Pilis cure aftor the best medical science has failed. All drusrgists are supposee to aell Dodd's Kidney Pilis. If jou can't get thom f rom your local druggist send direct to the Dodd's Medicine Co., Buf, falo. N. Yv Uniform size. Uniform priee, 50c a box or six bhxes for $2.50.
Ann Arbor Register