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THE OMAHA DAILY HEE: TUESDAY, DECEMllElt 23, 1002.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Official Advertising, Doesn't Interest ths
Local AdyerlUan Oreatlj.
CHARTER RATES TOO LOW FOR PROFIT
Call (or Bids llrlnaa No Rtupoiw and
th CUr May Have to Ilrsort
to the Halletlat Board
Cltr Clerk Shrlgley la now advertising
, for bids for official printing. These bldi
will be received at the office of the clerk
up to noon on January 6. Just now the
Times has the work of printing- the ordi
nances at. the rate of 30 cents per square
for the first Insertion and 15 cents per
square for each additional Insertion. As
the charter provides this as the maximum
rate, bids higher than the figures men
tioned cannot be considered by the coun
, cii. ;
It Is understood that there is going-' to
be somo difficulty In getting bids for the
work, as the rate Is not considered high
enough- by pubflrhers of local papers. The
trouble lies In the fact that ordinances now,
as a rale-, are printed only ones Instead of
six times, aa formerly. Publishers assert
that there Is no money in the printing
even at the rate of 30 cents a square for
one insertion only.
In case suitable bids are not received It
la understood that the city bfflcials will use
the bulletin board In the city offices for
the posting of ordinances and notices. This
Is permissible tinder the present charter.
By the use, of the butletln board. It Is as
serted, quite a sum of money wilt be saved'
each year to the city and the results will
be about the Same. So far no bids have
been handed In fo the clerk and none are
expected until January 5, when the bidding
clones. The official printing In the past has
amounted to quite a sum each year, but
the change in the charter has cut down
the expense several thousand dollars.
Charter Revision Committee Moeta.
Nearly every member of the charter re
vision committee appointed by the mayor
and council a week ago met In the council
chamber last night, pursuant to a call Is
sued "by' Mayor Koutsky. The mayor, by
request, occupied the chair. Remarks were
made by quite a number of the committee.
Some favored an entirely new charter,
while others thought, that It would be
much easier to Induce the legislature to
make amendments than It would be to
work through an entirely new charter. Con
trary to expectations, very few members
of the Taxpayers' league were present, and
those who were had nothing to say.
Mayor Koutsky called especial attention
to the overlap which has been growing
for years and now amounts to about $70,
000. This overlap, said the mayor, haa
been doubled within the last two years by
. the loss of the usual occupation tax from
liquor dealers. Since saloons have been
required to pay a license of $1,000 the occu
, patlon- tax of $200 per year has been taken
off, thus compelling the city to pay obli
gations by direct taxation.
Judge Breen suggested that a committee
of seven or nine be appointed to take the,
matter of revision In hand. This was com
bat ted by Judge Montgomery, who thought
. a oouimlltee of five was sufficient. At the
request of the body Mayor Koutsky, as
chairman, then appointed A. II. Murdock,
J. J. Breen, W. C. Lambert, C. M. Hunt and
T. J. O'Nell as the subcommittee. For a
revision of the laws governing the school
bop rd this committee was appointed: Dana
Merrill,. .A,, L, putfon and John McMillan.
i AliOtUt-li BrettloVwlll be held December 30.
. Maxwell SHU Held.
W'llHam Maxwell Is still confined In the
city Jail on a charge of attempting to de
fraud. Yesterday afternoon some Omaha
victims vlnlted the city jail and had a talk
with Maxwell. He still maintains his dig
. D I fled position In spite of the fact that ad
verse reports sre coming In. Maxwell will
liavo a hearing within a day or two and
then the court will decide whether he Is
guilty or not.
Receipts of Cattle.
The receipts of cattle at the stock yards
are ncarlng the 1,000,000 mark and live
stock dealers predict that before the year
la endod the largest receipts In the history
' of the yards will be placed on record.
"There Is an abundance of fat feeder stuff
coming to this market," said a dealer last
night," and we expect that before the close
' of this month that the shipments will go
away above those of last year."
Stockmen say that during the year South
Omaha was the best market for feeders,
and now the cattle sent to the feed yards
are coming back ready for market. These
receipt will lend greatly to keep up the
Already large receipts of cattle.
' Joaes Will Work.
Sonltary Inspector Jones has been dl-
Climates wearout. Rmokes and sprays
do not our. They relieve aympumis
luste-ed of removing rttuees : wuereas,
we take Asthma so thoroughly out of
the yatttin tlutt nolhluir remains
w bleu oaii prod uceau atUn k; ufll.n;rs
are soon able to work, eat, alt-ep and
staad exposure without I Us slightest
return of Asthma. BWns rig lit la
prlnolple our treatment does what
reliefs " cannot do. We cure to stay
cured severe, long-standing and pro
nounced "Incurable'' oases. If you are
skeptlcal.lt Is because you am ignorant
of oursrxAt work, rilnce lsici ws have
treated &,U00 AntUme and Hay Kever
J offerers. If -"u (lislre complete re
lef, health reMorod, and no rftum of
Asthina, write fur our Book 7 $ Free,
f. SLAMOLB UAYES, BCrrAXO, . T.
A CHRISTMAS GIFT
.'.appreciated by every smoker I a bOX
V of V .; ''v$y8esy
VIRGINIA G CHOCOLATES
"THE DARK. RICH. CREAMT CENTERS."
Kuhn & Co,, Druggists
15th aad Douglas Sis.
reeled by the mayor to proceed at once and
inspect all of the butcher shops In the city.
This order Includes the Inspection of cool
ers and the meat cutting rooms. All sau
sage made Is to be Inspected by Jones from
this time on, and where meat Is round that
Is not tagged by government Inspectors It
ill be especially examined- by the In
spector and an Inquiry made as to where
the carcass was obtained. Mayor Koutsky
proposes to see to It thst no meat not
bearing a government tag Is sold In South
Caatalla Finds Harbor.
W. S. King and J. B. Watklna returned
yesterday from a trip down the river. They
found that a rise In the river near St. Joe
permitted their boat Caatalla to float. The
boat was taken Into an Inlet and will be
left secure for the winter.
Ordinance Considered Worthless.
Mayor Koutsky said last night to a Bee
reporter that he considered the present
stork Inspector ordinance worthless. A
look over the ordinance book by the city
attorney shows that none of the stock In
spection ordinances had been legally
passed. Many amendments have been made,
the mayor says, to the original ordinance,
and his legal advisers assert that the or
dinance from start to finish Is not legal.
Under the circumstances the mayor says
that he has no authority to appoint a stock
"If the people of South Omaha want a
stock Inspector," said the mayor last night,
"It will be necessary for the council fo
pass an ordinance which will hold. It Is
up to the council and the people. If a
stock Inspector for the city is necessary It
Is the duty of the council to pass the nec
essary ordinance, and then I am perfectly
willing to make an appointment."
Msgle City Ooaalp.
The I.otu club will dance at Mninnln hall
Zack Cuddlnirton 1 here, anendln the
holidays with friends.
The holiday vacation of the schools will
commence on December 23.
The first auction nf the new venr will h
held at the stock yards on January 6.
N. Bosman has secured a permit for a
dwelling at Thirty-ninth and J streets.
O. H. Johnson and wife will leave today
for 8t. Joseph, Mo., to spend (Christmas
with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Watts.
Teachers and pupils who wlnh reduced
rates on the railroads durtnor the hnltrlnv
vacation, are Invited to secure a certificate
irom superintendent McLean.
Mrs. Minna Voss, sged 73 years, died at
her home, Twenty-fifth street and the
county line yesterday. Interment will be
at Lnurel Hill cemetery at 3 o'clock this
PLAN BIG WORK FOR NEW YEAR
llarth Omaha Improvement Clnb Mem
bers Hold at Lire Meet.
The fifth annual meeting of the North
Omaha Improvement club was held Monday
evening, when a general discussion of Is
sues pertaining to the development of that
portion of the city was Indulged In and the
officers for the ensuing year elected. If
the meeting Is a criterion of the results
which the club hopes to secure - North
Omaha will enjoy quite a boom the com
It was decided that the representatives
elect be invited to attend the next meet
ing, Monday evening, December 29, when
they may listen to arguments from mem
bers of the club relative to some of tho
proposed legislation which will be at
tempted at the coming session of the leg
islature and which Is of vital Importance
to the city aa a whole.
Paramount among these queatlona will
be asked the support of the representatives
In favor of school appropriations, the club
standing for direct taxation Instead of re
ceiving the fines from the police court to
defray such expenses; also an Increase of
the park and library appropriations, as it
Is expected to have a branch library In
North Omaha It possible. Representatives
from the other improvement clubs of tho
city also will be invited to attend the
meeting In conjunction With the legisla
tors. The Rose water ordinance was discussed
pro and con, the consensus of opinion be
ing directly In favor of It; in fact, each
delegated himself a committee of one to
Impress the Importance and need of the
ordinance upon his alderman.
The officers elected were: President, Dr.
Paul Ellis; vice president, R. B. Wallace;
secretary, A. L. Meager; treasurer, A. J.
BEER COST HIM HIS JOB
Oflleer Ea-an Dismissed from Service
for Taking Drink While
oat Duty. ...
C, C. Wright was absent from the meet
ing of the fire and police commissioners
last night, and aa a result no applications
for liquor licenses were considered.
Charges preferred against Henry Wilson
and Edward Walters, firemen, who had a
fight at No. 8 engine house, Forty-first and
Hamilton street, December 5, were tried,
as were also charges against H. M. Egan,
a patrolman, accused of drinking a glass of
beer In a Twenty-fourth street saloon No
vember 24. Wilson and Walters were both
found guilty, fined three days' pay and
given a reprimand. Egan was dismissed
from the service.
Ouy Taylor, a patrolman, pleaded guilty
to leaving his post at the Webster street
gate of the Union Pacific shops and going
into a barber shop, and was fined three
days' pay and reprimanded.
Spud Parrtsh was granted additional
leave of thirty days. He is sick In Chi
cago. A communication was received from the
Firemen's union, presenting the rules and
regulations of the union. Accompanying
was a request that the board assist the
members of the department to secure an
increase of wages from $70 to $80 per
month, and a showing of wages paid fire
men in other cities, which are higher than
paid In Omaha.
TAKE UP AUDITORIUM WORK
Now Oflleere and Kteeatlve Committee
Get Toa-ather for First
The new officers and director of the
Auditorium company held their first formal
meeting yesterday afternoon at the Omaha
club. The executive committee was or
ganised and these three subcommittees ap
pointed: Finance F. H. Davis, Ward M. Burgess,
r. A. Nash.
Ways and Means E. M. Peck, Thomas
C. Byrne, J. L. Kennedy.
Building F. A. Sanborn. C. H. Pickens,
J. F. Carpenter.
It was decided thst the construction work
on the Auditorium building should be pro
ceeded with as quickly as possible. Finan
cial plant were discussed, but President
Nash ssld they would not be given out for
The directors meet today at President
Nash's office for further consideration of
financial plana for resuming and proceeding
with the actual work of building an Audi
torium. A recommendation or two will be
made at this meeting, said Mr. Nash.
Yon Risk lone l-nr
If you neglect piles. They wilt caus fatal
diseases, but Burklsa's Arnica Salve 'posi
tively cures or ao pay. lie. For sals by
Kuan Co. -
NAMES PEACE ' COMMITTEE
American League Convection Appoint
Delegate! t Settle Ball War.
DEPUTATION GIVEN FULL POWER TO ACT
Meeting la Made Special aad Aaanal
Fixed for Jaaaary la New York,
When IMttsbarar'a Claims
May Be Decided.
CHICAGO, Dec. 22. The International
meeting of the American league held here
today was made a special meeting and It
was decided to hold the annual meeting In
New York some time during January.
The principal business transacted was
the appointment of a commission to meet
the National league at Cincinnati on Jan
uary 5 to confer on peace terms between
the two base ball organizations. The ques
tion was quickly disposed of, however, by
the adoption of a resolution giving the
president absolute power to appoint his
own committee or be the sole representa
tive of the league at the Joint meeting
with full power to act. He then appointed
hlmaelf, Charles Comlskey of Chicago,
Henry Killlloa of Boston and Charles
Somers of Cleveland as a committee.
No action was taken in regard to placing
a team In Pittsburg.
C. J. Heder and F. F. Eagle, represent
ing tho Pittsburg syndicate, attended the
meeting to present their claims. Mr.
Vomers of Cleveland, who acted as sponsor
for Pedder and Eagle, presented the offer
of the Plttsburgers who were after the
club. This proposition Included the Bale of
the Detroit franchise. S. M. Angus, presi
dent of the Detroit club, however, refused
to part with his ctub, at least unless he
could recover what he had spent cn It, and
no offers made up to the present would
cover what he asked.
"I have my price," said Mr. Angus, "but
I figure that It will have to be at least
$70,000 to cover my expenses since I took
hold of the club. If I can get $100,000.1
might consider It, but so far that is much
more than I have been offered.''
When seen after the meeting Pedder and
Eagle said they were not discouraged and
were still confident that an American
league team would be seen In Pittsburg
The report that Tom Loftus of Washing
ton was to go to New York to have charge
of the American league team was denied by
the president of the Washington club.
The meeting, which adjourned at 4
o'clock, waa the shortest in the history of
the American league, lasting but six
Those present were: J. O. McN'amara
and S. F. Angus, Detroit; Fred Postal and
Tom Loftus, Washington; Connie Mack,
Frank Hough and Ben 8hlbe, Philadelphia;
C. W. Somers and J. F. Kllfoyle, Cleve
land; Ralph Orthweln, Max Orthweln and
R. L. Hedges, St. Louis; Joe Garvin and
Henry Killlloa, Boston; Charles Comlskey,
Chicago; Ban Johnson, president of the
NEW ORLEANS FAVORITES WIN
Crowd Picks Four Successful Horsea
Oat of Six on Southern
NEW ORLEANS. Dec. 22.-There were
only two beaten favorites today.
First race, six furlongs: Pageant won.
Embarrassment second. Spec third. Time:
Second race, six furlongs: Moroni won.
Dandle lie He second. If You Dare third.
Third race, seven furlongs: Federal won,
Antonlus second. Smile third. Time: 1:29 2-5.
Fourth race, handicap, one mile: W. J.
Deboe won, C. E. Campbell second, Deere
tike third. Time: 1:464-6.
Fifth race, six furlongs: Old Hutch won,
Elsie L. second, Marie Bell third. Time:
Sixth race, one mile and seventy yards:
irllla won Kva Rice second. Marcos third.
Time: 1:43 1-6.
Mutthevrs Deata Ferns.
PlTTflRt'Rn r. t .v- .
bout between Matty Matthews and Rube
"."-"ii B'ven in aiattnews
The fight was fast and scientific through
out, but Kerns was outclassed In every way
fstafellihtd Two Ysara.
CgafUl $5,009. GRAHAM ICE, rWt
(uti st. New Orleans,
m mmghi winners
440 Per Cent Profit in 5 Days
Our One-Horse-Day Play Last Flvi Days:
Wedn?sjay, Scotch Plaid, 7 to 5, won
Thursday, Com Foster, 8 to 5, won
Friday, Sweel Alice, I to 2, won
Saiu.'day, Harry Wilson, I to 3, won
Monc'ay, Old Hutch, 3 to 5, won
Given good weather and a fair track at New Orleans and we can't
lose a bet for you. Even when the track Is bad. the worst wo ever get
Is an even break.
Our dispatches Indicate good weather and a (rood track Indefinitely
from now ou and our famous corps of track experts announce that never
in the history of Maxim & Gay Company have they hnd up their sleeve
such a bunch of good things as they will spring for the benefit of our
clU'Uts in the next ten days. You can't afford to ruins us from now on.
We are clearly In our stride. If you are wise you will cut In and get
some of the pickings at once. 440 per cent are the dividends earned
pHst five days, and yet the plays we hav mad In that period are the most
comtervatlve that could have been selected. The Ave were sure winners.
We nevrer shoot at the moon. The stockholders of the Maxim & Ouy
Company bet thousands dally on the one-horse selection and the money
of our clients Is therefore as precisely handled as theirs. The outlook
for the present Is really plowing. The track Is in good condition and
promlnes to remain so. Our experts are on the ground now a month,
and they have mastered every detail of the game. They look forward
for the next fortnight to the biggest wlnulng percentage of their career.
String along with us, you will get the money.
We Handle Your Money with Caution
The succeea of our precautionary measurea to surround our tremendous o
peraiiona with every safeguard is apparent to all. As every race-gosr realise
publicity as to our planned coups before the races are run would endanger
success and therefore we allow none. As a pledge of good faith, the Maxim
& Gay Company at 2 p. m. dally places in the hands of the editor of the New
Orleans Item the selection on which the muriev of our clients la to be played
and sImo niaile to each subscriber the name of the selection, such letter ('ear
ing a postmark at letit one hour prior to the time the race Is run. When
specially requested the name of the horse and the odds secured are commu
nicated by telegraph after the races to subscribers.
All money of our client la placed through Mr. Sol tJchtensteln, the noted
eastern bookmaker, who gets it down in a doseu cities through agents and
thereby secures best results.
Kee for placing your commission Is t per cent of net weekly profits.
This la Mr. IJchtensteln's charge. Fee for the information is $10 weekly. This
Is Maxim A Gay s charge. Statements mailed weekly with cheek for profits
Accounts subject to withdrawal at two hours' notice. The following are
the minimum betting- accounts accepted: For a 110 daily play on one horea
.0. tnr a IJO daily play on one hore. 110. For a loo daily play on one
horse, JjfiO For a ll' dally play on one hon. u0. For laxger plkye sums
in proportion. Remit direct to the Uaxlra at Gay Company, fcs Canal street
New Orleans. All aceounta received by the Maxim at Gay Company will ba
played by Mr. Sol Uehtenateln. or some other agent of tha Mallm at Gar
Company, and the Maxim Oay Company will make all accountings direct
to its clients. The Maxim & Gy Company assumes all responsibility for a
proper execution of its client- orders. Our friends sre cautioned aaainat
sending money through the malls without reflsterlnx. -..
No checks accepted unless certified.
except In the clinches, when he did good
iniinniinv. nin im hip irn ruuii'in wrrn
clearly Matthews'. The only round In which
Ferns had the better wss the sixth, when
Matthews had all he could do to escape
his opponent's vicious blows.
FALLS MAR INGLESIDE RACES
Horae Mambles In One Event and
Jockey Is Thrown In
SAN FRANCISCO, Pee. 22.-Tnteres.tlna;
sport was witnessed at Inalenlde today.
Tulare took the steeplechase handicap at
odds of 20 to 1 from Crest the 7 to 10 favor
ite. Flashlight fell and O. Wilson fell off
Mike Rice on a sharp turn.
First race, eleven-sixteenths of a mile,
selling: Kathertne Ennls won, Hesper sec
ond. Gibraltar third. Time: l:lVi.
Second race, thlrteen-slxteenths of a mile,
for 3-year-old maidens: Sterling Towers
won, Alms Olver second, Rosarie third.
Third race, seven-eighths of a mile, sell
ing: Hard Burns won. Matt llogan second.
Gold One third. Time: 1:29H.
Fourth race, short course, handicap! Tu
lare won, Crest second, Loyal 8. third.
Fifth race, three-quarters of a ndle: Fits
brlllar won, Alice Carey second, Qautre
third. Time. 1:16.
Sixth race, one mile, selling: Ethylene
won, Ax Minster second, BUI Massle third.
Champion Foils Champion.
NEW YORK. Dec. 22. Tom Jenkins, tha
catch-ns-catch-can champion wrestler,
failed to throw George Bothner, the light
weight champion, four times in an hour,
and lost the match, at the Grand Central
Palace tonight. Jenkins scored three falls,
the first In twenty-seven seconds, the sec
ond in fifteen minutes and five seconds and
the third In seventeen minutes and eighteen
seconds, Jenkins weighed IK pounds and
Athletea Conteat Indoora.
WASHINGTON, Deo. 22,-The George
town University Athletic association has
decided to hold the annual indoor athletic
meet on February 2S, In Convention hall.
Invitations have been sent to all the princi
pal colleges and universities of the country
and It is expected that among the entries
will be men from Yale, Harvard, University
of Chlcaco, University of Michigan Uni
versity of Minnesota, Lafayette, Cornell
Runs More Than Mile In Minute.
TOIEDO, O., Deo, 22. The Twentieth
Century Limited on the Lake Shore made
a fast run today between Toledo and ElK
hart, the 134 miles being covered in 1-7
minutes. A part of this run was made In
a dense fog.
Shooting- Conteat Thursday.
There will be a shooting contest on the
grounds of the Omaha Gun club, across the
river. Christmas day. Targets and pigeons
will be used.
SECOND ATTEMPT SUCCESSFUL
Woman Finally Ends Her I.tfe by Cut
tlna; Her Wilata and Taklnar
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. Dec. 22. A well
dressed woman, 19 years old, giving her
name as Mrs. W. C. Haxel of Covington,
Ky., was taken to the city hospital from
the Morton hotel in Monument place to
day In an unconscious condition from mor
phine and wounds In her wrist, Inflicted
with a pair of scissors, and sha died at 9
She la Mrs. Clarence Hasel, who figured
In the- papers throughout the central
states last week, because of the efforts
to kill herself In the Latonta hotel In Cov
ington, Ky. Mrs. Haiel came to Indianap
olis last Friday.
I.oubet Joins Cincinnati.
NEW YORK. Dec. 22.-Presldent Loubet
has notified the Rhode Island state society
of the Order of Cincinnati that he will
gladly accept the honorary membership
offered him. In recognition of the attention
shown last May by the order to the official
delegation of the French republic which
attended the unveiling of the Rochambeau
tatue in Waahlngton the French govern
ment will send the order a vaae manufac
tured especially at the famous national
works at Sevres.
Nrvrsboys Cssght Pilfering.
Joe and James Mauek, living at Four
teenth and Center streets, and Joe Slstek
of 1427 South Fourteenth street and Alonso
Thompson of 2421 South Twenty-first street
were arrested last night for petit thieving
In Hayden Bros. They are all newebovs
of about 13 years of age, and wept at being
locked up. They had taken four mouth
organs and a pair of mittens. Jim Fore
man and Walter Herran, two larger boys,
who are thought to have been leaders in
the pilfering, escaped, but will probably be
ftsfere tha aktle Ivery tHf.
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OARETB. That's why the sale is nearly A MILLION BOXES A MONTH. The one who lUcea
rood eating- and good drinking, and la liable to over-Indulge a little, oan always depend on
CA8CARET3 to help digest his rfood, tone up his Intestines, stimulate his liver, keep his
bowels regular, his blood pure and active, and his whole body healthy, clean and wholesome.
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irrespective of how many treatments
you nave tried and tailed.
that sap the very life from you and
later lead to complete loss of all pow
ers, stopped forever in from I to 10
of an unnatural order stopped forever
in S to 6 days.
and kidney troubles, the symptoms of
which are pain In back and loins, fre
quent and 'scalding urination and
thousands of other jnymptoms that you
can appreciate better-than I can de
scribe. BY MY SYSTEM OF TREAT
MENT are permanently cured.
of men, I care not how long standing,
cured in 10 to 90 days without any
cutting operation or pain or loss of
is the partial or complete closure of
the canal, and BY MY SYSTEM OF
TREATMENT- all obstructions are
permanently removed without cutting
No Incurable Cases Accepted
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I Treat Men Only aad Uure
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examination, together with aa honest
and Scientific opinion of the ease. It
after examining you I find your case Is
Incurable, I will honestly tell you so
and advise you as to the future care of
your condition without any extra ex
pense. On the other hand, If I And your cue
Is curable, I will give you a legal
guarantee assuring you of a perma
1 will make you no false promises as
te curing your case in a short time,
knowing it will take longer, as I
promise nothing but what I can do, and
always do aa I promts.
I care not of how long standing or of
what nature, as MY SYSTEM OF
TREATMENT dries them up at once.
or any swelling, tenderness or Im
perdtments reduced to their normal
also without the aid of a knife.
pimples, erysipelas or any eruptive dis
ease of the skin BY MY BYSTKM OF
TREATMENT ae permanently re
moved, never to return.
Is a condition caused by excesses of
early or late life. I care not how long
you have been so, or how old you are,
as MY SYSTEM OF TREATMENT la
especially adapted for the permanent
. cure of all such cases as yours. Thou
sands have been cured of this condi
tion, and a cur awaits you. Suffer
that have shrunken or have been un
developed, or that have wasted
through disease, BY MY SYSTEM OF
TREATMENT are permanently re
stored to their normal slxe.
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