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THE OMAHA BEE; lUtaUAr. AUGUST 1. 1922.
How to Keep Well
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CARE FOR THE CRIPPLES.
It hat been eitlmated that of the
people who live in citiet. six out of
each 1,000 are cripples. Thit mrani
' that a communjty with 10,000 popu
lation hat sixty pertons o definitely
lamed or ditabled by diteaie or ac
cident ai to belong definitely in the
cripple class, i
In a community with 1.000,000
population, the cripple group numbers
6,000. A fairly large proportion of
the cripple could be put in fairly ef
ficient and comfortable condition.
How can they be discovered, gotten
in touch withinterested at a period
of their trouble when there is promise
of improvement? That it a question
that usually goei without an answer.
When I'rof. Lorenz came to New
York City from" Vienna about a year
ago, the health department concluded
that it .would take advantage of his
visit to find the cripples in the city.
They got Dr. Lorenz to consent to
hold a series of diagnostic clinics, to
participate in the organization of a
series of preliminary ciaics and to
hold certain number of operative
clinics. .They advertised these clin
ics in a way that was only possible
i with a Lorenz clinic.
Of the estimated 36,000 cripples in
N'ew York. City,' 6,286 applied for
rAtment and were examined, Of
these, Dr. Lorenz aw 2,203. He only
operated on 20,-
The treatment was inaugurated by
Dr. Lorenikand is being continued
in clinics, hospitals and homes by
' other orthope .lists affiliated with the
Of the about 30,000 cripples who
STOP ITCHING SKIN
Zemo the Clean, Antiseptic
Liquid. Gives Prompt Relief
There la . on - safe, dependable
treatment that relieves Itching tor
ture and that cleansea and soothes
Ask any -druggist for a. 35c or $1
bottle of Zemo and apply it as di
rected. Boon you will find that Ir
ritation, Pimples, Blackheads,
Eczema, Blotches, Ringworm and
similar skin troubles will disappear.
Zemo, the penetrating, satisfying
liquid, la all that la needed, for It
banishes most skin eruptions, makes
the akin soft, smooth and heajthy.
I did not come to the clinic, a fair pro
i portion saw their private physicians.
! Doubtless, many who were cared
I far uahM nir hav hart inmntni
care had it not been for the interest
in the care of cripple aroued by the
Of the thousands discovered two
thirds ere undrr 16 years of age.
More than one-third of the total
number were crippled by infantile
paralysis. Since the last infantile
paralysis epidemic occurred in New
York City six years ago, nearly all
the cripples in this group were be
tween 6 and 20 years of age. The
next largest group, constituted 10
per cent of the whole, had tuber
culosis of the bones and points.
Since N'ew York City milk has been
very well pasteurized for something
more than five years, practically all
of the cases were in people over 5
years old. and the ages 10 to 20 had
nearly half of the cases.
The Siriners are building a series
of hosiptals for cripples a great
work, worthy of a great order. Some
day they will see the need of adding
a scouting service to find cripples
in their homes, and to keep an eye on
cripples under treatment.
The Daily Dose of Dancing.
T. R. writes: "I have been afflicted
with pulmonary tuberculosis for
about two years and am quite well
"I am very fond of dancing and
outdoor exercise. I dance a great deal
during the week, but am afraid it
will do me harm in later years. Do
you think I could continue danc
ing? "I am also fond of tennis. Is it
Let your physician decide as to
both dancing and tennis. Let him
specify the dose of each.
Each is a good form of exercise
for a person equal to it.
But each consumptive and each
ex-consumptive should have the daily
dose of work and play determined.
He must keep below the line of
Curing Baby of Colic.
Mrs. L. E. G. writes: "1. I have
a baby 2 months old. who is breast,
fed, and who has colic every day till
late in the evening.
"2. When should I take her out
doors? "3. Should I cover her face when
: "4. How about curds in the stool?"
1. Many babies can be cured of
Any Style LUUO Each
Butttrtd Tout or Broad, 5c Ex.
ALL SIX RESTAURANTS
colic by feeding them less or feed
ing milk that is leu rich in fat. Feed
ing at three or tour -hour-interval
cures some babies,
Shortening the period at the breast
cures some. Not permitting rhe
baby to suck the stripping cures
Some are cured by the following
(Crulee): Twice a day J teaspoon
ful good, active lactic acid bacilli.
Before each nursing, IS grains pure
powdered casein, made into paste
with water. Place on back of baby's
2. Today. Assuming today to be
reasonably sunshiny and warm.
4. This symptom indicates a very
mild indigestion, which calls for no
Find the Cause of Asthma.
Dorchester writes: "I have asthma
at night. Fret in the day time.
there any curef
"My doctor does not help me. Can
you tell me what not and what to dor
"If it can't be cured, can it bt al
leviated? Would a change to a dry
Asthma is an effect. Find the
Is your heart right? Your kidneys?
If not, have these attended to. If
these are ruled out, bronchial asthma
is next to be considered. If, appar
ently, this is the trouble rule out con
sumption as an attending ill.
Some cases of bronchial asthma are
cured by the most modern use of
A dry climate is of some serivec.
But proper vaccine treatment in a wet
climate is better than no treatment
in a desert.
Iodines help some cases.
Mothers Know That
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No. 436 EQUITY
In the District Court of the United States,
District of Nebraska, Omaha Division
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILROAD CORPORATION,
IN NEBRASKA. A CORPORATION, FLA1NTIFF.
RAILWAY EMPLOYES DEPARTMENT OP THE AMERICAN FEDERATION or LA.
BOR, R. M. JEWELL. AS PRESIDENT OK SAID FEDERATION and tndlvlduall; ; J. F
McGratb. aa Vice-President of aald Federation and Individually, and J. Scott, as Seer
tary-Treaaurer of said Federation aud Individually.
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MACHINISTS. Wllllsm H. Johnston, aa T esldent
ef said Association and Individually; J. H. Rice, aa General Chairman of aald Associa
tion and Individually.
LOCAL UNION NUMBER S85 OF INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MACHINISTS
' OF FALLS CITY. NEDRASKA, C. T. Heltman, aa Chairman or aald Union No. 686 and
Individually; C J. Cowglll, aa Secretary of said Local Union No. 586 and Individually.
INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF BLACKSMITHS, DROP FORGERS AND HELP
ERS OF AMERICA, J. W. Kline aa President of said Brotherhood and Individually; W.
M. Langehennlng, as General Chairman of said Brotherhood and Individually,
LOCAL UNION NUMBER INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF BLACK
SMITHS, DROP FORGERS AND HELPERS OF AMERICA OK FALLS CITY, NEBRAS
KA, D. E. Wlnget. as President and Chairman of aald Local Union Number and
Individually; George Hall, as Secretary of said Local Union Number and Indi
vidually. INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF BOILER MAKERS, IRON SHIP BUILDERS
AND HELPERS OF AMERICA, J. A Franklin, aa President of said Brotherhood and
Individually; C. A. McDonald, as General Chairman of aald Brotherhood and Individually.
LOCAL UNION NEMAHA LODGE NUMBER C65, INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD
OF BOILER MAKERS, IRON SHIP BUILDERS AND HELPERS OF AMERICA OF
i FALLS CITY. NEBRASKA, George B. Holland, as President of aald Local Union Num
ber 665 and Individually; George L. Jones, as Vice-President of said Local nlon Num
ber 665 and Individually; Harvey O. Thompson, as Secretary of said Local Union Num
ber 666 and Individually; George Rennau, aa Local Chairman of said Local Union Num
ter 665 and Individually.
AMALGAMATED SHEET METAL WORKERS INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE, J. J,
Hynes, aa President of aald Alliance and Individually; J. T. Pries, as General Chairman
of aald Alliance and. Individually.
IOCAL UNION LODGE NUMBER 816 0 AMALGAMATED SHEET METAL WORKERS
INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE OF FALLS CITY, NEBRASKA. W. W. Laing, aa Presi
dent of aald Local Union Number 816 and Individually; E. H. Sward, aa Vice-President
of aald Local Union Number 816 and Individually; C. F. Sharrltt, aa Secretary of said
Local Union Number 816 and Individually; C. W. McCleary, aa Local Chairman of said
Local Union Number 816 and Individually.
INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRICAL WORkrS, Jamea P. Noonan
as Preaident of said Brotherhood and Individually; R, N. Pedrick, as General Chairman
... of aald Brotherhood and Individually.
LOCAL' LODGE NUMBER 994 INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRICAL
WORKERS OF FALLS CITY. NEBRASKA, Bert Wilklnaon, as Recording Secretary of
aid Brotherhood and Individually.'
BROTHERHOOD JRAILWAY CAR MEN OF AMERICA, Martin F. Ryan, aa Preaident of
aald Brotherhood and Individually; S. L. Watts, aa General Chairman of said Brother
hood and Individually. ;
fjAL UNI0N YAHOO LODGE NUMBER 465 BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY CAR
MEN Or AMERICA OF FALLS CITY, NEBRASKA, Ray Grlffis, aa Preaident of said
Local Union Number 465 and Individually; W. C. McDonald, as Vice-President of said
Local Lodge Number 465 and Individually; C. B. Sawyer, aa Secretary of aaid Local
Lodge Number 465 and Individually; G. G. Ulin, as Local Chairman at Falls City, Ne
nraska, of aald Local Union Number 465 and Individually; John Engl, as Local Chair
man at Omaha, Nebraska, of said Local Union Number 465 and Individually.
Bh?OMfi?L!RMfr.,I?TDV,NILA,f;.L4,PyLE- H- J- RICHARDSON. A. W. DUNHAM. W. A.
GET A dU JtxIJS" A' E- DUNHAM. ALEX M'CREADY, D. E. WIN-
B OOn'rFB TFl H;PER,SON' F- SLICKER, A. F. PEMBERTON, H. HENDERSON.
LUNSFOm? ifhP'SSS- J- SHARRITT. C. W. MCLEARY, W. W. LAING. U
S R P wKWSi nB' HOLLAND, M. J. WARD, R. N. WILCOX. C. W.
LSflRn iKtWW C FRAKES. J. FRAKES, J. M'KEIVER, P. HUNN, A.
THOMPSON V- SHf&iF -J5 -HATFIELD, B. WILKERSON, G. B. SAWTERM. C. D.
SpTt r-L'SPM ULIN' J' H- STRAWHUN. G. F. BERTRAM. WILBER
RENNAtr ' iirvli'uo 2S??, C- T- HELTMAN, J. C. JACQUENIME GEORGB
CLARK V J WM,EtN-I lL,FAM WATSON. PATHICK WATT. JOHN ENGLE,
LOUIS P-' ' runu. JUSKm WL.'CE, M. M DONALD, M. J. C7
WHEREAS, this cause came on for hearing this 29th day of July, 1922 at ten o'clock A. M. in thfl
Court Boom of the United States District Court, District of Nebraska, Omaha Division, in the Post-Offiee
Building, Omaha, Nebraska, pursuant to the order of this Court and Restraining . Order granted herein July
20th, 1922 upon the application of the Complainant for a Temporary Injunction; And evidence in affidavit
form, as well as the Bill of Complaint verified as of fact having been presented by Complainant, And the
Court having considered all of said evidence and having heard argument of counsel, and being fully advised
in the premises; And it appearing from the specific facts shown unless an Injunction is issued in favor of the
Complainant and against the Defendants that, before a trial of the issues on the merits can be had, irreparable
Injury and damage will result to Complainants and wrongful and unlawful interference with the conduct of
Complainant's business in the carrying of the United States mails and as a common carrier of interstate com
merce will be accomplished and Complainant will be prevented from performing its duties under the Inter
state Commerce Commission Act and other Federal Statutes applicable to the railroads, in that by threats of
violence and by violence, assaults, and intimidation Defendants are harrassing and in part obstructing and
preventing Complainant from operating its railroad and transporting the mails of the United States and its
interstate commerce business, and are in part preventing and obstructing Complainant's employes from
working for Complainant, and are preventing prospective employes from entering the employ of Complain
ant and having fr-ee access to Complainant's places of business, and are threatening to continue such unlawful
acts; and such injury is irreparable in that the amount of such damage is difficult to estimate or measure and
Defendants are financially irresponsible and insolvent and number several thousands of persons, and to pro
ceed against them separately would involve a multiplicity of suits, and judgments against them would not be
collectible, as a result of all of which Complainant is without an adequate remedy at law, and for said
causes and reasons the Court finds that Complainant's Motion for a Temporary Injunction should b
sustained : .
It is therefore considered, ordered and adjudged that the Defendants herein named and described
and any and all other persons and associations associating or acting with them in the so-called "Strike" of th
members of the six Federated Shop Crafts named, and all other persons who are within the District of Ne
braska having notice of this order, be, and they are hereby commanded and enjoined until the further order
of this Court :
1. To absolutely desist and refrain from in any manner interfering with the free use and occupation by Com
plainant of any or all of its property or premises of every kind and character.
2. From interfering with, hindering, obstructing, or stopping any of the business of the Complainant or its
agents, officers, and employes in the operation of Complainant's railroad or any department or part thereof.
3. From destroying or injuring or attempting to destroy or Injure Complainant's property or any part thereof.
4. From in any manner whatsoever, by use of threats of personal injury, suggestion of danger or threats of
violence of any kind, interfering with, hindering, obstructing, or stopping any person engaged in the employ of Complain
ant, or any person desiring to enter its employ, in connection with its business or the operation of its line of railroad in
the Diatrict of Nebraska,
5. From inducing or attempting to induce or compel, by threats, intimidation, threats of violence or violence,
or by the fear or suggestion of danger, any persons so employed, or desiring such employment, so as to cause them to
refuse to perform any of their duties as employes, if employed, or to enter such employment, if they so desire.
6. From interfering with employes of Complainant going to or from their daily work, and from singly or col
lectively going to the homes of Complainant's employes or any of them, or telephoning to the homes of said employes, or
any of them, for the purpose of intimidating said employes or the members of their families, or coercing said employee or
any ef them to leave the employment of Complainant.
7. From protecting, aiding, or assisting any person or persons in committing said acts restrained, as aforesaid.
8. From assembling, loitering, or congregating upon, about or in proximity to the shops, round-houses, depots,
tracks, yards, or other premises of Complainant, at Omaha, Nebraska, Falls City, Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, or else
where in Nebraska, for the purpose of doing or attempting to do any of the acts enjoined as aforesaid.
9. From maintaining at or near any of the premises of Complainant, or on or near the streets leading to any
of the premises of Complainant, or at or near the points of ingress or egress to and from ComplainaVs premises or places
of business more than one representative for all of the Defendants or persons or associations acting in concert or partici
pating with them. Such single representative aforesaid shall have the right to observe and communicate to those entering
or leaving the property or premises of Complainant and persuade such persons, but are hereby enjoined from making
their communications to such persons in any abusive, libelous, or threatening manner, or from obstructing any unwill
ing listener by persistent following or accompaniment
10. From congregating or loitering on the property or premises of Complainant or in the immediate neighbor
ing streets by which access is had to the property or premises of Complainant under circumstances where the natural or
probable consequences of the same would be in any manner to aid or abet any of the acta or conduct enjoined by this
Order, or to interfere with Complainant's business.
11. From doing any act or thing whatever in furtherance of any conspiracy or combination among them or
any of them to obstruct or interfere with Complainant, its officers, agents or employes in the free and unrestricted con
trol and operation of its railroad and the conduct of its business.
12. From defacing, tearing down or in any manner or way mutilating any copies of this Order or any other
Order of this Court in this action.
13. From sending by United States mall, messenger, or otherwise, or by telephone communication, any threat
ening, Insulting, Indecent or anonymous messages or communications to any of Complainant's employes, or to any mem
sera of the families of Complainant's employes, in furtherance of any of the acts herein prohibited.
The Complainant having given a bond in the penal sum of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000) conditioned accord
ing to law, this Order shall be, and the same is hereby made immediately effective, and la. to continue in effect until the
final determination of thia case, or the further order of this Court
Notice of this Order must be taken by all Defendants named herein, their officers, agents, servants, employes
and attorneys and those in concert or participation with them and who shall by personal service or otherwise have re
ceived actual notice of the same, and a copy of this order shall be posted In one or more of Complainant's shops In the
District of Nebraska, and a copy thereof shall be published in the daily papers of Omaha, Lincoln and Falls City. Nebraska,
It la further ordered that the United States Marshal ahall mall to each of the former employes of Complainant,
now out on "Strike," a copy of this Order, the names and addresses of said former employee to be furnished by Complain
' ant; and the said Marshal i authorized to direct and commission a sufficient number of deputy marshals to make this
Order in all respects promptly effective, and to continue the same In effect until the further order of this Court
To all of which the Defendants severally except.
Filed July 29, 1922.
t A True Copy. Attest: Sy the Court,
R. C. HOYT, Clerk. J. w". WOODROUGH.
By JOHN NICHOLSON, Deputy, District Judge.
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