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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1002.
CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
Union Pacifio Foundry MUr Comet Before
MOULDERS ASK . FOR OFFICIAL ACTION
ttrsolatloas Rerltlasi ftltaatfoa R
and Referred to , Committee
Whir a Mill Investigate
A number of Iron moulder, beaded by
Hon. John Llddell, attended last nlatlt'a
meeting of the city council to tee what
action would be taken In the natter of
the cloalng of the I'nlon Pacific railroad
foundry, a a result of which eighty skilled
laborers have been thrown out of employ
ment. They submitted a aet of resolutions,
requesting the mayor and city council to
proceed at once to compel the company to
reopen the ahops, and to prevent It from
iblpptng the patterna out of the city. The
resolution were referred to the committee
on railroad and telegraph, and Monday
afternoon at 2 o'clock waa aet at the time
for a hearing of the complaints In detail.
All union labor men Interested In the lock
out are requested to be In the committee
rooms of the council chamber at that tlfte.
where the council will be convened In gen
eral committee. This disposition of the
matter aeemed to meet with the approval
of the delegation.
Reaolatlnas of Moulders.
The resolutions which were passed by
Iron Moulders union No. 190. are fol
lows: Whereaa. On April 12. 1902, a notice was
posted In the foundry of the I'nlon Pacific
fhoti. signed by Superintendent of Motive
Power and Machinery B. Hlggins, and ap
proved by K. Dickenson, general manager,
stating that on and after that date said
roundry would be shut down permanently,
thereby throwing out of employment ahont
eighty cltlaena and taxpayers, a majority
of whom will be forced to leave the city
to secure employment; and.
Whereas, There Is a contract existing
between the Union Pacific Railroad com
pany and the city of Omaha. In which said
railroad company haa agreed to construct
and maintain permanent terminal machine
hope properly equipped with machinery.
Including all necessary buildings, tools and
machinery for terminal repair shops In
said city; therefore, be it
Keaolved, That the said foundry, being
a part of the said terminal repair shops
ss contemplated by said agreement, that
the mayor and council of the city of Omaha
Lirnceed at once against the ssld Union
I'aclflo Railroad company to compel It to
reopen said foundry at once or proceed
against It for violating said contract, and
enforce the penalty therein provided for
. That the said authorities take such ac
tion as will prevent the Union Pacific Rail
road company from shipping Its patterna
but of the city or from tearing down or
destroying any part of said foundry build
ing or equipment. De It further
Resolved, That a copy of these resolu
tions be sent to the mayor and city council
of the city of Omaha, and a copy be pub
lished In the dally papers of aald city;- end
be It further
Resolved, That we call upon all labor
and other organlaationa In the city of
Omaha to puns suitable resolutions and
send them, sealed and algned by their
officers, demanding that the mayor and city
council compel the I'nlon Paclfio Railroad
company to live up to the word and spirit
oi saia contract.
V. H. PIt.IX)N. President.
. J. R. .TOTTEN. Secretary.
Criticise Assessment Methods.
A letter from City Comptroller Westberg,
calling the council's attention to a alleged
faulty system of assessment practiced by
Tax Commissioner Fleming, was read. The
; Tour comptroller begs leave to call the
attention of your honorable body to a cus
tom which prevails In the tax commis
sioner's department of assessing real estate
situated upon leased ground as personal
. property. - This system .your comptroller
nellcves to be Illegal, and It certainly . Is
obnoxious, as under this, system the tax
' does not atand against the real estate, and
It the parlies against whom the tax Is
assessed should become insolvent there
would be no way. In my Judgment, for the
city treasurer to collect this tsx. This
matter is of Vital Importance to this city
and as this custom prevails on all property
situated as aforementioned It Is Important
that some action upon this subject be taken
at once, and I would therefore ask that
thla communication be referred to the city
attorney with the requeat that the legal
department take such steps as shall be
necessary to correct any evil that- may
In reply to this Mr. Fleming said: "I
deny that to assess buildings en leased
ground as personal property Is Illegal. It
la an open question, I think. I prefer to as
sess aa real estate Improvement en leased
ground when It la agreed to between own
ers of the real eatate and owners of the
buildings. 1 doubt It the city can compel
a real eatate owner to pay tax for Improve
merts of which he la not ths owner. The
case of the Millard hotel building Is the
only case of any but; trifling amounts that
Is taxed as personal, and thle was done
because of being returned In conjunction
with household property on the schedule of
personal property. As a rule the buildings
on long terra teases are assessed to the
rest eatate separately aa real eatate.
"P. J. Borg, the owner of the Millard ho
tel site, must have been well aware that
the building was not assessed to him, but
to the Hotel association, according to his
contract, and aa has bsen done for many
years. Mr. 8org, knowing that he was
called upon to look out for taxes on ths
buildings when be purefcssed tbsm, I feel
that the comptroller. In writing this letter.
goes out of his way to pick a flaw."
Ths comptroller's letter was referred to
the legal department. .
Cost of the Do Ponnd.
' The new permanent dog pound occupied
the attention of the council for some time.
According to the original estimate the
structure was to cost tl.SOO; two weeks ago
resolution -. adopted increasing the
mount to 12.300, and bow the amount ap
propriated stands at 11,400. It was reportsd
Blood I;., .fesl ; WFW
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Everything goes wrong. The digestion is
bad. The head aches. The brain is dull. . The
nerves weaken. And the sUn is nearly ruined.
Your doctor knows what medicines will
cure these troubles t the medicines that are in
Ayers,Sarsaparilla. Consult him freely.
" FWs yean o 1 kd bmnches com east o y head and had a breaking
A oa my body. ' I tried diSerit rea&eeUee without relief. I the tried
Avar's SartaparUia, Before I had take
rash war gone, and 1 lelt aa a as
KM. AH sratisca.
that the building will be enclosed within
ten days, and that dogs will be suffocated j0
It by the latter part of thla month. Mean
while the impounder Is using the old dog
A resolution to refund to the United
Evangelical church $19 In taxes sod Inter
est, erroneously assessed against Its prop
erty in the rarker addition, waa referred
More Market Hease.
The market house problem came up in
the form of a resolution by Lobeck direct
ing the city engineer to prepare plana and
specifications for the erection of a suitable
market house on the Capitol avenue site
and to report on the same as soon ss pos
sible. This wss sdopted without debate.
Another resolution providing for the ex
tension of the sit one block farther east
and making It Include all of the avenue
from Thirteenth to Fifteenth atreet waa
also adopted. There wss no reference
made to the Eleventh and Howard atreet
Councilman Zlmman, In behalf of "Papa"
Rourka, the base ball manager, extended
an Invitation to the mayor and all elective
officers under the city government to par
ticipate In the parade to be held Just be
fore the opening game of Wednesday, April
23. The Invitation was accepted with
It waa announced that a special meet
Ing of the city council will be held at 10
o'clock thla morning to appropriate 11,300
for the completion of the, emergency hospi
tal. The ordinance providing for the payment
of Judge Oordon'a salary ($1,561. SO) earned
In 1900 waa placed upon lta Drat and sec
ond readings and referred to the commit
tee on finance and clalma.
CARNIVAL G0ES IF WANTED
Ak-Sar-Bea Governors Aanoance the
'Pollpy Reward's the Aa
Last night the board of governors of Ak-Bar-Ben
did quite a little work. Among
other things under consideration was the
matter of a carnival. While no decision
was arrived at, the board expressed Itself
as favorable to holding a ten days' carnival
In event of being able to secure a suitable
location and the merchants of the city pro
viding the proper display to aupport the
affair. At the meeting next Tuesday night
thla matter will be definitely decided upon,
although the location Is not apparent as
During Ak-Sar-Ben week a daylight pa
rade will be given on Wednesday and a
night parade on Thursday. Details for
these parades are now being worked out.
The ritual for Initiation Is ready and
work will begin at the den on the Brat
Monday In May. The committee having the
matter In charge reports that It has ar
ranged dates with some of the best speak
ers In the United States to be present at
the meetings. Bowling alleys and ping
pong tables have been added to the equip
ment at the den and everything la In ship
shape for the entertainment of knights at
J the headquarters of Samson.
The hustling committee Is out with Its
subscription list and Is meeting with fair
WOMAN THR0WNFR0M BUGGY
Mrs. Sarah Johnson Badly Hart In
Banaway Accident Last
Mr. Sarah Johnson, wife of Louis John
son, a dairyman who lives one mils west of
Benson, was thrown from a buggy near
the corner of Burt and Twenty-second
street at 7:18 last evening during a run
away anC suffered a sever scalp wound
beside several bruises on ths forebesd. She
was carried Into a bouse, where Drs. J,
C. Davis and W. F. Hutchison dressed a
cut about six Inches long on the top of
Mr. Johnson was not unconscious at anv
time nd was taksn to her son's rssldence
corner Twenty-fourth and Grace streets
ner iwo eons, iuis and George, were
also in the buggy, but they escaped In-
Jury. The horse became frightened near
ths corner of Twenty-third and Burt atrasta
due to the breaking of a holdback atrao and
ran down Burt atreet, making a aharp turnl
into Twenty-second street, where the btiggy
nearly overturned. Mrs. Johnson was
pitched headfirst against a telephone pole,
no aamage or importance wa dons to
either ths horse or buggy.
NEW HOME FOR LOCAL MUSIC
Sehasoeller at Maeller to Have Hand-
aoaao Headquarters on Far
' nam Street.
Ths building aow occupied by Schmoller
aV Mueller en Farnam street, between Thlr
teenth and Fourteenth atreet. 1 to be torn
down In the near future and In It place
and on the lot adjoining on the east Is to
be erected a building 44x131 feet, Ave stories
blgh, of modera architecture. The building
I to be erected especially for 8chmoller at
Mueller by the John Nicholas Brown estats.
In which to conduct their musical business,
Separate salesrooms will be in the building
to that patron will not be disturbed or
cuuiuiri or oiuer patrons, ana n win iso
contain a large auditorium, In which will
be given musical concerts.
Marriage licenses were Issued yesterday
to the following:
Name and Residence.
Michael K. Schlnker, Omaha.
Mary C. Mergea, Omaha
Fred W. Wallwey, Omaha... .
Eva Btncker, omaha.
Harry D. Cone. Omaha
Annie E. Armstrong. Omaha...
half a bottle the bnnchea nod the
maa." ax. A- wiu, B alley grata, fa.
j c a rest c&,
THINNER SLICES OF MEAT
Only Eemedy for Restaurant Hen Against
UNABLE TO MAINTAIN ADVANCE ON CHECK
formal Dlacaaalon Ends la Coacla
slon that Cook Will Have to Cat
Closer t ntllHetter Times
Meat orders will not cost more at Omaha
restaurants aa a result of the action of
the beef trust, but the slices will be more
like wafers than ever.
Attendance at the meeting of restaurant
men at the Schlltt hotel last night wss not
large enough to warrant decided action In
the matter of an advance of the price of
meats served at meals. The question waa
discussed informally and the prevailing fen-
timent was expressed by one of the mem
bers, who said:
"It makes little difference what we do.
we would find it Impossible to maintain
uniform action. Only a few months aao
when there waa a general advance in the
price of vegetables, we decided to stoo
serving pie at meals without extra Day.
Thla lasted about a week and one dav a
member of the society who thought she
wss losing trade put pie on the bill of
fare and sines that time we have all done
If we were to attempt to establish a
price on meats It would last until the next
In the discussion of the subject It was said
that the only defense In the power of the
restaurant men would be to cut the meat
thinner and aerve less for the same money.
While the meat question Is receiving
the most attention right now because It
Is the latest thing to advanoe. It Is not the
toly thing that Is troubling the restaurant
tr;en. The price of everything has advanced.
We are paying more for vegetables and
canned goods than ever and there ao-
peara to be no possibility for a change.
Very few of the restaurant are making
money and we can - only hope for better
Harry Stcen announced that he had closed
the Continental restaurant permanently and
would go to Lyons, where he will manage
WIRE WORKERS' STRIKE ENDS
I'nlon Men and Employers Reach
Agreement and Men Resume
The member of the Electrical union, who
have been on a strike for the last two
weeks, return to work this morning, an
agreement having been reached yesterday
afternoon. The union gets an Increase In
wage from $2.50 to $3 for eight hours'
work and In return give the employers
privilege to discharge any objectionable
union men, though they agree to employ
only union men in a radius of ten miles
from the Omaha postofflce. Should the
union be unable to furnish sufficient men,
the employers are allowed to ship In union
or nonunion men, a they please. Both
eldea report themselves well satisfied with
FLORA P0M0NASTAR HORSE
Yonncater Adds Another Victory to
ljOBgr String of
MEMPHIS. April 16. John W. Schorr an
nexed another , classic today t'o bis long
string of victories by winning the Tennessee
Oaks, at one mile, with his good 8-year-old
filly. Flora Pomona. The Schorr horse was
always favorite In the betting, while Marque
and Waln-a-Molaen were held at four.
Autumn Leave and Our Jessie were at
The start was excellent,, the five contend
ers being on even terms when the barrier
went up. Waln-a-Molnen showsd In front
at the first quarter, but turnfng down the
back stretch Autumn Leaves assumed com
mand, and, followed by Flora Pomona, set
the pace to the head of the stretch. At
this point Marque, under Wlnkfleld's vigor
ous ride, moved up and at the sixteenth
pole was leading by a length. Woods ahook
Flora Pomona up a trifle and the filly drew
away, winning by halt a length from Mar
que, who beat Waln-a-Molaen bait a length
for second money. The race was worth a
little over $3,000 to the winner.
The second event, at four and half fur
longs, wa won handily by Onatus. Lee
King won the third event at a mil In a
drive from Choru Boy, with Trebor, the
favorite, third. South Breeze, the favorite,
won the fifth easily from Brigade. Ami-
rante, aecond choice, won the laat event at
even furlong. The chance of Nearest,
the favorite, were (polled by the start. Re
First race, six furlonas. selling: Rd
Hook won, Harry New second, Charlea W,
Meyer third. Time: 1:14W.
Second race, four and a half furlongs
selling: Qnatua won, Henry McDanlel sec-
nnfl Tnm nsan tniro. 'l ime: u M4fc.
Third race, oae mile, selling: iee iving
won. Chorus Mof second, ireDor tmra.
Fourth race, the Tennessee uaas, one
mile: Flora Pomona won, Maroue second,
Waln-a-Molnen third. Time: 1:41W-
' irirtti ra.ee. one ml e ana a sixteen tn:
South Breese won. Brigade seoond, Wild
Pirate third. Time: i:m.
eioh race, seven furlongs, selling: Ami-
rante won, Nearest second, incidental tnira.
Time: 1:Z. .
SEASON OPENS AT LAKESIDE
First Day is Enlivened by Close Win
of T.ebla, the Pounlar
CHICAQO. April 1 The local racing sea
son began today at Lakeside. The feature
of the day's racing waa the victory of
Jarerman and Well's 1-year-old filly. Zebla.
which had been backed from too to to to 1
In the seoond race, a five furlongs sprint,
for which Uurnle Brunton and Kenllworth
were almost equal first choices. Zebla tired
badly at the flnlah and lasted Just long
enough to win Dy a necK. nenuwortn nn
lahed among the also ran. Results:
First race, four furlongs: Computation
won, Brookaton second. Pennant third.
Second race, live furlongs: Zebla won,
Burnt Brunton second, Money Muss third.
Third raee-dpne mile: Schwalb won,
Leenja econd,Tommy Foster third. Time:
Fourth race, one mile: Dr. Stephen
won, Henry of Franstamar aecond. Linden
Ella third. Time: 1.42.
Fifth rare, four furlongs: 8temw1nder
won. The Don second. Agnes Mack third.
Timet 0:60. -
Sixth race, mile and one-eighth: Malay
wen, John McOurck second. Banish third.
First of Metropolitan.
NEW YORK. April II The Metropolitan
racing season for 1903 was formally opened
at Aqueduct today. A big crowd waa In
attendance and the weather conditions
were excellent. The Carter handicap, the
feature of he Queens County Jockey club
spring meet, was won easily by C. F.
Dwyer's Ethics, quoted at 20 to 1 In ths
betting, with Contend second, a half a
length In front of Petra II. Results:
First race, flv furlongs, selling: Delagna
won, McAddle second, Csssvllle third.
aUicond race, four and a half furlonas
Morca won. Examiner second. Blue Peter
third. Time: .6 1-4,
Third race, seven furlongs, selling: Sir
Florlaa won. satire second, paat third.
Time: 1 :!-?
Fourth race. Carter handles D. seven fur
longs: Ethics won, Contend second, Petr
II third. Time: 121-4.
Fifth rare, four and a half furlongs, sail
ing: uara rianei won. uiorioea second,
Mickey Uwyrr third. Time: 0 M.
eixih race, five aud a balf furlongs: Roue
won. Whist second, Jack Demund third.
Omaha Takes Three More.
On Clark's bowling alleys Inst night the
Omahas won three from the Krug Tsrks.
lt. 2.1. M. Total.
Ijchmann 12 215 14 WA
wiaman 144 n.i tr,;
"mead 142 2 ITS 547
Furay 2.'1 14 is; iwi
Zarp l.Ss 1K7 if 4M
Total 82 MS 747 2.M0
KRI O PARKS.
1st. M. 3 Total.
Conerv 17J 170 tfio 6
Nellson 1M 17 ir 4S5
Zltxman 1 l'3 123 4M
F. H. Krug IS ir 171 4'4
Bengele 121 15S 122 2
Total 774 813 711 2.2M
Arapahoe Fans Form Tram.
ARAPAHOE. Neb.. April (Special
Telegram.) At a meeting of business men
and fans held last night a base bull asso
ciation was organized, representing $l.t.
The election of 8. M Patterson president,
Frank Mallamy secretary and treasurer
and C. A. Patton captain was accomplished.
The grounds and grandstand, already the
best in southwestern Nebraska, will be
Improved, and while several players of last
years team will be missed from the IMS
aggregation, the management promises
there will be no deterioration In the Re
publican valley champion, aa for twenty
veers past, Arapahoe proposes to retain
her position at the head of the base ball
Bids for the Mill.
CINCINNATI, April 18. Bids for the
light between, Terry McOovern and Young
Corbett for the featherweight championship
of the world were opened at the office of a
local newspaper here today. Six bids were
received, the highest being that of the
Nutmeg club of Connecticut of 114.000.
Among the bids received were one from
the Yosemlte club of San Francisco. Sam
Harris, manager of McOovern. and Johnny
Corbett, manager of Young Corbett. were
present and both agreed to have their men
ready to fight before the Nutmeg Athletic
club some time between October and 15.
Favors Board of Control.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., April 16
Thomas Burns, owner of the Colorado
Springs Base Ball club, favors a board of
control for handling the affairs of the
Western league, similar te that of the
National league. He says he will contend
for the adoption of the new rule at the
coming Kansas City meeting.
Bane Ball, Team at York.
YORK, Neb., April 16. (Special.) Harry
Kllburn, a youne business man of the city,
haa organized a base ball club here. He
has leased the Ellis athletic grounds and
Is putting up a large amphitheater. A num
ber of games with different teams In the
state have already been booked. The team
will play games with, nearly ail me large
cities of the state.
Finds His Trunk Rifled,
William Stol. of S717 North Nineteenth
street, a baker; Mrs Minnie Stnls, his
wife, ana Mrs. Phil Snyder or 1314 Cali
fornia street, wife of PhtllD Snvder. a
barkeeper who recently became blind, were
arrested at 12: SO this morning by Sergeants
Weisenberg and Dempsey on a charge of
stealing iiO from John Schulz, a baker,
who rooms with the Snyders. When Schul
went to his room last evening lie discov
ered the door was locked, and after some
trouble ne got in only to nnn mat nis
trunk had been broken open. He said he
had 150 In the trunk and tht It had dis
appeared. Schulz then reported the mat
ter to the police and the four persons ar
rested were taken to the police station,
where the police say the Stolzs and Mrs.
Snyder confessed and gave up the money.
Stole Dresner's Watch.
Two colored men and a white man went
Into Presher's store? 1515 Farnam street,
and after thev left without making a pur
chase 8 Dresner discovered that his watch
had been taken from his vest hanging on
the hall. He started out on a hunt for
the men and found thera In the Midway on
Eleventh street. The men were arrested
and In short order the watch was found
pinned to the undershirt of the white man,
who said his name Is Ed Fessler of Cedar
Raptda, la. He said the watch had been
riven to him. One of thp colored men.
Jesse Collier, was locked 'wpj The ' other
was released. . ,
TUB IlKALTY MARKET.
IN8TRITMENT8 placed on file Tuesday,
Paul Senf and wife to Robert Fluhr,
lot 22. block 2. McOavock & O K.. S
H. I. Smith and husband to E. E.
Huntley, lot a, block a, lianscom
C. 8. Joalln et al to O. R. Lind et al
WH lot 7. A. H. banders' add
C. D. Layton and wife to F. H. Bent-
ley one acre in swv n 8-14-is
J. H. Levy and wife to Joale and
James KomaneK, wji leel lot it,
block 9. Summit add
Alice Copson to W. R. Dalbey, e5 feet
of w60 feet or nft tot z, neoicK s
2d add .....
O. M. Drexel and wife to Henry
W'lnterburn. unmvft lot , diock i.
Rush A B.'s add
W. . F. Lorensen and wife to Emll
Karen et at, aw ieei 101 1, diock 1,
South Omaha Land company et al to
Maggie scnuits, 101 0, diock i. spring
I ke Park add
Same to John F. Schults, lots and 7,
block 7, same
Frank Rajewlcx to Clara Servlss, lot
11. DIOCK 1, Missouri Avenue para...
Emma A. Mccreary and husband to
A. . 1 nurcn, 101 is, diock s, mary
villa add r.
J. W. Baldwin and wife to Fred Arm
brust, nH of wH lot 6. block 14, 1m
nrnvement association add
LT P. Prentice to P. J. Haze and wife,
lot 2t, block 4, Monmouth park
Baptist General association to M. C.
. , 1... OO V.1....U 11 Drl....'
Hanna Daugherty and husband to
Omaha ixan ana nuuuing associa
tion, lot 8. block 4. Jetter's 1st add..
Isabella Mitchell to J. T. Ewing, n
lot 11, block 49, South Omaha..
Sarah E. Pratt to truateea of Lincoln
academy, lot 6, block 12, Shlnn'a add.
Quit Claim Deeds.
Mary Lubbe to John Herts, lot S,
Sheriff to F. C. Welch, lot 5, I're A
J. B. Robinson to public, dedication
of replat of block 6, Spring Lake
Park add ."X. --.V
Mary Lubbe, executor, to John Herts,
let t, Lubbe's subdlv
Sheriff to Julia H. Totten, lot 20 and
w42 feet lot 21, block 1, Hillside Re
Total amount of transfers .$26,414
LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES
sat sis m Her alter using Aim's Poot-EiM, a
powder to to shaken Into tna shoe. It makes tlahl
or new saa (! slvs lutiant nw 10 cursa
and bunloua. it's ths sreattnit comfort discovery of
ths as. Curaa and prsvanta swollen fMt, blisun,
tallow an sore suola. Allen's root-Baas Is a car
tain cur tor awi itinf. bot, aching teat. At all
erogitata and aho atorvs, 2ta- Vou't aoeept any
aubsiltute. Trial sack rutE bj mall. Addrwa,
Allaa . Olmalcd. Ls Hor. N. V.
Spring Forks and Cushion Frame
on th present bicycles are what the pneu
matic tire waa to the solid tired bicycle
year ago. You have no idea how much
more pleasure you can get by owning a
wheel with a cushion frame and spring
fork. We have one that we want every
body to try. We are sole sgents for the
three leading high-grade wheels, the Na
tional, Cleveland and Racycle.
New wheels with Morgan & Wright
Urea $15 00
Monarch wheels, with Morgan at
Wright tires 30.00
Imperial and Regal wheela, with
Morgan Wright tie" . .
Other dealera aak from $5 to 116 more
for the same grade of wheels. All make
of tire, from fl.2ft up. Best coaster
brake put on for J 00.
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IIESE words are as sincere as
tho statement 'health is bet
ter than wealth". Those who
have always had health are
liable to underrate the value of this
great blessing, but a little illness brings
them to tho realization of the fact that
life itself without health is worth little.
It is human nature to neglect the health
until suffering sounds the warning that
the body need relief. Thousands of
women have been brought to the con
sciousness that they were sufferers and
needed medical attention. Irregular
menstruation has been allowed to run
on until tho system has become so run
down that there is hardly anything to
build on. Falling of the womb, leu
corrhoBa and painful menstruation hare
fairly driven the sufferer to a physician.
After months of treatment the patient
fails to improve. She ls beginning to
appreciate health. Then w ine of Cardul
is brought to her attention. The
menses are reeulated and the other
maladies are cured as a natural result
Health comes again with all its delight
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tires telling of the success of Wine of
Cardui. This is an old, old story
which would fit thousands of cases.
Miss Marie Johnson, No. 138 Brood
way, Grand Rapids, Mich., is a great
favorite among her associates and is
active in the social life of the city in
Ttho atatfraent health is bot- lWVl'.tMrpx fJ
ter than wealth". Those who ltP JM' IV U , Vr
WINE OF CARDUI
Longest Established. Most Successful
and reliable Specialists in Diseases of
Men, as Medical Diplomas. Ucenaea
and Newspaper Records Show.
W do not treat all disease.,
weaknesses of men. We charge nothing for private counsel and give to each pat ent a IEUAI, CONrCTto hold for
our promiaes. Is It not worth your while to Investigate a cure that has made life w. 0Mmu't'tud?" -which
countless tongues elndly testify? YOl'KO, MIDMI.K-AOKD AND OLD MES-eall at onr otHce r'h?'
write for onr book. FREti. which will explain the diseases we cure, and how we cure them to stay cured when
STATE ELECTRO-MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1308 Farnam St., bet. 13th and 14th Sts., Omaha, Neb.
References Best banks and
leading business men of the city,
m .anr m m
which she live. There are hundreds
of persons who know her who can bear
testimony that what she writes about
AVine of Cardir! is true. She gives
Wine of Cardul tho full credit of her
wonderful recovery. Sho writes:
M Three yean ao wbil out skating I had
a sen re fall, which caused prolapsus titeri
and kept m in feed foe several week with
a sort back. Th doctor tried their best to
restore me, but nothing gave me permanent
relief until reading of your Win of Cardul
I decided to try it. Its elfcct on me waa very
wonderful. I gradually grew stronger and
better, the muscles which eemcd unable to
keep In place gained the needed support and
within four months I was a well woman
once more. I would not have been without
your medicine for any money
That Miss Johnson would not have
been without Wine of Cardul for any
money is very reasonable to suppose
but can you afford to be without Wine
HAVE YOU ANY OR ALL
OF THESE SYMPTOMS?
Tenderness In urtnarv canal,
dull or shooting: pains; stream
frequent desire to pass water,
bladder necessitating voiains; tne urine hi irequent inier
vala during the night, a gradual decline of vitality, resulting
eventually in complete loss of power. The physical suffering
Is equalled only by the accompanying mental distress, which
generally takes the form of gloomy foreboding and feeling
of impending disaster.
Will promptly 'orreet this serious trouble. It acts Immedi
ately and directly upon the Stricture, dlalmlglng and com
pletely removing an aiaeaeea iuue, auaying an irniaunn
and Inflammation; restores the aexusj powers completely,
and leaves the urinary canal entirely free from obstruction.
and In a sound and healthy
b.t w. e-re .11 we tr.tl w Jreet
Consultation Frea "and Confidential
Constipated Old Age
Isn't it too bad that so many people, when they get old, get cranky and
rickety and mean, and don't feci right toward themselves or anybody else;
yet it need not b so.
"Oasesrets ai.k. n. fl se lltnt-s.sried an
Ivelr. tost though I h.v tlir. soor.
and ihn. a few mors .oorss I rttlaiar s..."
Jamas ft. klilar. Villa PsrY Csl.
"Fnrmsnyyesrs I h. been tronhl.4 with
eon.tlp.iton. 1 on. n and two Mb: bos.a
of Osso.rfttB snd th.r b.T. .(toted a p.r
Bian.ul lun, Sine nr dltchtrfs from to.
truiy In IMS. 1 brp n.Tf.r batore fnnnd a
utlns rimed. H J. MeOw.ra, Ms Cosp
11a btrMt. WbMlIn. W. V
"I was tmbM with omthlns tas bat!) .4
the .kill of phy.lrtsn. for at r.ara: I ai.d Are
oi. of Curutu ess ass ta eatMr hellb
taa sr.r b.for."
- 0. C. Badlek. Chest City. Vs.
All old people' muscle fret weak and flabby, and It's the. lint with th
muscular wall of tbelr intestines a with the muscle of their arm. When
th bowel grow weak, the old folk get constipated, bilious, sick, help
less, Irritable, and that' the chief cause of tbelr death. Old folk
bouia take laacaret candy cathartic bowel tonic, keep their liver
lively, their bowels regular and strong, and live to be a hundred.
MoTlns l net pleasant to think about
xcept when the prospect of a handsom
offlc I In prospect. Tou hare to get up
a certain amount of steam to move, eTa
when you are driven to desperation br
poor Janitor work, wretched elevator r.
vie and office that have been lone In
need of paint a well as toap and water.
The Bee Building
always look fresh end attractive beceuse
It Is nsvsr allowed to get out of repair.
. Thla togather with efficient Janitor eervlce
make It a plaaeant place to do business.
Besides this ths rent ere no higher
than la ether buildings.
R. C. Peters & Co.
Ground Floor. Bc Building.
of Cardnl now? If yon are rafferfog
female weakness it is folly for you to
put off the treatment. Your health if
worth as much to you as Miss John-
eon's Is to her. Sho was cured by
taking Wine of Cardui and so can yon
be. Read w hot theso women say :
Mrs. L, N. Moscley, Lacy, Okla.-I feel
greatly indebted to Vine of Cardul at it ha
saved my life."
Mrs. Mattle A. Anderson, Benton, La.
M I had been a sufferer with irregular period
for three yean. I took Tin of Cardul and
now I am in good health."
You cannot afford to ignore inch aa
offer of relief as this. Go to your drng
giot aud secure a dollar bottle of Wine
of Cardui aud it will be only a short
time when you will see positive Im
provement in your condition. Get
Wine of Cardul today.
For advice and literature, address,
giving eymptoms, Tho Ladies' Advisory
Department, The Chattanooga Medi
cine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Women wbo have suffered and are
now cured know how great
a remedy this i.
cure stricture -with-cutting
avoiding the horrora
at times accompanied bv
of urine twisted or forked;
but not able to empty the
Office Hours a. m. to S p. m.
Sundays 10 a. m. to 1 p. m.
"Bis meDtVt ago I took Csaearet for sen.
Juration tontraeud during th wsr ef th. . .
irbslllon. Th. rr.ult Is wond.rfol ana I aa - 3 - C
vlt.slloldmldl.rstotryth.ro." . -
, Htney, Wis.
"I wss feeltp
Mnm hail loalM It. J i.n
h.sd.uh. cold it. and Co old n't 'sla w.li.
I took t's.rsiwt., and In four ws.kt caltiod U
puunua. Am zoeiing on. now.- a. n. btorf.
Tstorsa Il.sUsa aal Civil Wat. Ep worth. Is.
I ta n.lsg oaansrats for son Hat
T eon.tlp.tlon, snd their araatcat baneflt
i . . - - . .
a baao ui anra aba at acthma I am 1. ma
aua rear and had to.n tufierlua wllh asthma
p.aa y enra m. ox annul a.
WML T ft.
"L"? B2we,- A druMlate, toe, se, see. Neve
sol la bulk. Th (Miulo tabl.t stamp.dC C C. Quae
eat ta cure or yoar moa.y back. Sample and booklet
tree. Address Bterliaf Remedy Co., Cnacao er N. Y. sit
DR. McGREW (Agi53)
Dlseasee sa Diaa ( fetaa Only.
S Years' Kiaerleaee. IB Tease sat
11 DlPftPCI C cured by a treatment
YAnlUUltLt which Is ths QUiCKh-tlT,
safest and most natural that has yet been
discovered. No pain whatever, no cutting
and doea not Interfere wlta work or buai
neas. Treatment at office or at bom and
a permanent cure guaranteed.
Hot Springs Treatment (or Syphilis
And all Blood Dtaease. No "BKUAKINO
OUT" on tbe akin or face and all asternal
signs of the disease disappear at once. A
treatment that ls tnore successful and far
more satlstartory than the "uld form" of
treatment and at less than HALF Tills
COST. A cure that is guaranteed t be
permanent for life.
OYER 2Q,0QQS.Efitr?ttE.. w.f CTS
ai.u all biinaiural weakneeaea ef aurj.
Birlctur. Uiaai. KJJn.r and bladder
eaaea. Hydrocele, cured permanently,
CUARGK LOW. tONSlLTATIOM k'Hi.S.
Treatment by mall. P. O. Box ?4
OftV ever Il H. Hih street, between Far
taat a4 Ml., uatAU-a
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