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TriK OMAFIA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17. l!t9.
SWITZLtR HITS 10E YELLOWS
Lawyer Talks to Ad Clpb About In
NEWSPAPER SOURCE OF IDEAS
K rk tireat Calllast l r.ntllr 0
petite far erre f
ii)p4r makers who tutlinh neas
unfit to print" and give aa an excuse
that they are the 'Vsper makers for tha
people." giving their, patrons "the kind of
neae they wsfll." ram In for severe crlt
I' Ikiti from Warren Swilaler. who addrnesd
lii Omaha Ad rtuh at it noonday meeting
In Rumen vineyard Tuesday.
I as greatly pleased with a motto I
sua- recently at the head of a great New
York dally whleh was Intended to describe
the contents of tlie iiaper and read: 'All
the news 'PI to print, ' said Mr. Rwltxler.
Thnae few word, ff followed In spirit by
the (teat newspapers of the country would
work worlds of reform. I know that It la
Asier to suirM' a fault than It la to aug
at a rernedy! and I alio know that when
oit find f&rill with a newspaper for the
rhararter lof lt printed matter, ita great
inpltallaeit answer la that It puhl'ahea the
kind of nawa the jope want. Tha editora
ir manageia who hold to aurh vlewa d
not aeem 'to realise that they. In a large
meaaure. preside over tlio sources of our
Irteae, and that they are to a great extent
the mnldtra of our thoughta. our taatea
and our Ideas and In a very far reaching
wy our fleatinea .as Individual and aa a
(aa Pnlann or Porlfr.
"How allgllow and lnuf!rlent It la. there
foi. for t Ills great tearher which reaches
the sacred circle of the family morning
and evening, arid poisona or pur'fiea Ita
ideals, to excuse Ita fair face being be
smirched with the low-hre.' rrtmea and
miafortunea of I'fa. becauae foraoolh the
laate which It create demands euch food.
The editor who ihua Jnatlflea putting In
hla paper that whloli tenfla to cultivate and
satiety the debaeed appetite little realises
the great calling to which hla talenta have
been directed or the great trusts which
hs-e len commuted to hla rare "
nbW i.rMila Bernstein of St. Joseph spoke
briefly on city loyalty, and predicted that
the day. waa not far distant when the peo
ple who make their home In the cities on
tl'e Mitmuii liver- will realize how Inde
pendent they are of Chleatrn and eaatem
ri'lee, null going to them for gooda. aton
admitting at. any time that the cltiea east
are better than thnae west, ami teach their
children loyalty to the cities In which they
are reared. . :i .
H waw announced that the next meeting
will be held In the evening 0:1 April a. and
hifidea a beefsteak dinner Robert Manley
has arranged for a vaudeville ahow which
III b .widely advertised. '
to Use Strength
Mayor and Hi Cabinet Cherish a New
Source of Anxiety in Mayor
MARJORIE KING TO TESTIFY
Daughter of Mrs. Banner to Go on
Stand at Mother'! Trial.
STORY IS LIKE EVELYN THAW'S
Will Ooveinor fhallcnbi-rger Inject hlm
aelf Into the local primary campaign In the
behalf of Ed P. Berryman. the Jackocrat
candidate for mayor? Thla la the queatlon
Mayor Da hi man and the chlefa of hla camp
would like to have anawered, for they are
loalng considerable Bleep In the fear that
tha governor will exert hla influence to
nominate a Jack mayor and thereby put
to a'.eep forever Hie JlmOtrata, the would
be Tammany organiaatlon of Omaha.
Governor Shallenberger la a Jackaonlan.
lie haa belonged to thla political club for
years and waa laat year vice president of
li. Colonel Berryman haa llkewlae be
longed to the club for yeara. While the
governor waa vice prealdent of the organi
sation the colonel waa the club's aecretary
and the two became quite Intimate. Thla
la one ground the Jima have for being
nervous, but there la also another ground
on which they baae their feara of guber
Mayor Dahlman. who gav hia name to
l ha Jima. tried for the democratic nomina
tion for governor laat simmer and did hla
beat to down Governor Shallenberger. , He
called the governor a "trimmer, a four
flusher and tool of the. corporations." Tha
Jims yelled "hurrah" and endoraed Dahl
man. The Jacka took the other end and en
dorsed Shallenberger before the prlmarlea
and when ha waa nominated' they Immedi
ately became the choaen people.
"Yea wa have every reaaon to believe
that the governor will let It be known thai
lie fa voi a tha candidacy of Colonel Barry
man aa against Mayor Dahlman," said ona
of the Jack leadera, and tha Jima fear Inat
tha executive declarea against tha Tam
Proposal Mailt Ulrl'a Tee-
llmaay aad Leave It l a
rant raal tried.
to the Number of
President Graham Reports that the
East Central Association is
Very Mnch Aim.
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FORMERLY 0-KSCOPI ELD CLOAK & SUIT
to Be Split Out
by Jail Sentences
Judge Crawford Hands Out Discrim
inating Punishment to Neal
Bottled Bark Brer
Jual out and ready for you. Pure sparkling,
delicious. Pleasure and health In every bot
tle. 'Phone your order.
REFUSE TO STAND FOR CUT
llelraatea to Iron WorUere t on rea
lm, Decide Not to Accept
l anrr Wesea.
lUiADfXO. Pa..' March 1,-The delegates
to tha eastern district of the Amalgamated
lion, .Steel and Tin Workers aaaoclation
today' wound-rrp -their buatneaa. after de
ciding against accepting the reduction In
aagea of U.OOO Iron workers recently an
nounced by the. manufacturers In thla dis
From farmers to Jail prisoners ia the
change that haa been the lot of J. C. Neal
of Omaha and J. T. Brewer of Minneap
olla alnca they met In thla city laat week
and devlaed meana of raising money. They
are the young men who were arrested for
selling partially empty caaea of egga to
grorera and charging .'f till' price. Police
Judge Crawford found them guilty on three
complaints Tuesday and gave them aggre
gate sentences of twenty-five and twenty
days In jail. Neal received the longer
sentence, the terms being made of uneven
length In order that both men might not
get out of Jail together.
Another complaint agalnat the men waa
filed Tuesday, Mrs. H. E. Holmea of 4oJ
North Twenty-fourth street being the latest
victim of the bog-ua farmer to complain.
The other grocers who were "done'' by
them were John W'lsler, 4078 Leavenworth
street, and Mra. P.. Cayanaugh and Mrs
McCoy of Eighteenth and Chftrlfi afreets.
Rose Gets Back
a Stolen Watch
Watching A Stomach
Waa the Meana Whereby Science Made
Possible, the Cure of Dyspepsia.
Tha Abbe ajpallanianl was the first acien
tlst to stud systematically the chemical
poaera of tha gastric Juice, but It waa by
tha careful and convincing expetimenta of
Beaumont that the foundation of our exact
knowledge of ita composition and action
Beaumont waa an army surgeon, located
at an obscure military poat In Michigan,
l.lio It was yet territory', and waa called
upen to treat a gunshot wound of tha
atomach In a Canadian voyageur Alexis
ett. Martin. When tha wound healed a
permanent opening was left by meana of
which food could be placed In the stomach
and gaatric Juice taken from it.
Beaumont made ' scientific experiments
with hla crude mean and wrota a book,
which today' la recognised among' the
claaaica of physiology.
Beaumont biased the way for other scien
tists, an that today medicine knows what
tha atomach doea wtlh. food and what food
does to the stomach.
BcWnoe also knows what the aaattle
Juice's are and how to make them beat for
tha yetem. ,,: ' .
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, thanks to the
porr' army surgeon and lexls St. Martin,
give , man a meana of digeating food, re
pienlahlng the exhausted Juices, soothing
the nerves and torrevting dyspeptic condi
tions of the stomach.
Hmart'e Dyarwpala Tablet ara natural
food and vegetable essences reduced in con
centrated form and by tremendous power
compressed Into a tablet. These wonderful
lilt:, dlgcatc-r ara known all over America
and 'Canada. Pull meala have been d'
geatd by them In glaaa tubta and thry are
aold. by every druggiat.
Phyaiclans ta tha rluinbar of .ix use
thaw. They ara .meritorious and powerful.
Co a your druggist ar-4 buy a packag
today, price SO cents, or send, vis your nania
and ddrea and we will send von a trial
package by mail free. Address . A. Btuart
Co. .1130 Stuart Bldg . Marshall, Mich.
Hotel Clerk Had Mental Picture of
Deft-Fingered Person and
' ' Located Him.
-Frank Rose, clerk at the Rome hulel, ia
wearing a smile that won't come off. It Is
all because "the watch came back." The
fellow that had It came with It and pleaded
that nothing further be said. It happened
this way: La si Wednesday while Mr. Roae
waa going into the Orpheum he felt aome
one In tha crowd tugging at hla watch fob
and he got a good, look at the fellow, but
did hot discover that 'the watch waa one
until he had taken his aeat In the theater.
After the show he lorated the pickpocket
and limited the time within which th time
keeper should ' be forthcoming. Of courae
the deft-fingered man denied the allegation
end defied the gllegator. but Frank, being
sure of Ills premises, Indicated to a de
tective his suspicions, and Monday evening
the auapected peraon reatored the ticker
with Ita fob and promised to be good if Mr.
Roae would let the matter drop. He alao
promlstd that ha would never filch another
watch nor undertake' to dally with any
man's pockets. ' ' '
Mar.lorle King, the 17-year-Old daughter
of Mrs. Atta Banner, will be put on the
atand by the defenaa, that her etory of her
wrongs may help save her mother from
conviction of the murder of fred Banner.
She will be allowed, however, to tall only
what she told her mother and the truth
of her statements may not be impeached.
The similarity of the situation to that of
the Thaw case la marked, so marked that
that trial haa already been referred to
aeveral timea In argument of counael.
"Aa deliberate and cold blooded a murder
aa ever was perpetrated In Dnuglea county,
thla will be ahown to be," declared County
Attorney Bngllsh In hia opening elatement
Tueaday morning. "The state proposes to
ahow that Mrs. Banner coollyapproched
her brother-in-law the evening Vf July 30,
1906, when he sat on a bench by tha fern
land cigar atore and walking straight up
to him, shot him In the brain with a re
volver purchased for the purpose In the
afternoon. He fell practically dead at her
feel. She looked at the body, eurveyed It
from head to foot and then coolly and
collectedly turned and walked acroaa the
The elate also hopes to ahow that in
anticipation of the murder Mra. Btnner
had made arrangements that her daughter
was to go thst night to a friend. Mrs. Wln-
gard, who would houae her.
Mother of Dead Maa Weep.
Convulsive aoba from the dead man's
mother. Mrs. Josephine Banner, came when
the county attorney narrated .the circum
stance of the shooting. Her eon, Frank
Banner, husband of the defendant, sat by
her and tr'.ed to calm her. Mrs. Frank Ban
ner and her husband have been aeparated
since before the death of Fred Banner and
feeling between the two haa -been accen
tuated by Ihe tragedy. Mra. Banner, the
defendant, again had the company of hi r
Attorney Henry Murphy outlined the case
of the defenae. He declared that hia aide
will ahow that Mrs. Banner Inherited a
highly nervous temperament from her par
ents; that her health was affected by her
divorce from her fit at husband, Frederick
King, father of Marjorie King. That the
circumstances of her daughter's betrayal
and the operation performed upon her were
hidden from her until they came ail at once
and aa a dreadful ahnck.
Mr. Murphy began to go Into the rela
tione of the girl and Fred Banner, ghelr
meetings, etc., but waa atopped by objec
tion from the other side, which raised the
point that Ihe defenae had a right only to
tell what waa aald by the girl or 'other
people- to M-ra. Banner. The atate began tia '
case with the testimony of J. J. Mulcahey,
a young man who was a companion of
Banner the night of the shooting. On cross
examination hr denied that there waa any
thing unusual in Mrs. Banner's appearance.
Fifteen hundred teachers will attend the
annual meeting of the Fast Central Ne
braska Teacliera' aaaoclation In Omaha
April 1, 3 and 3. N. M. Graham, superin
tendent of the South Omaha arhoola, la
prealdent of the association and he haa
notified Superintendent Davidson that he
expects the attendance at this year a meet
ing will be the largest In the hlatory of the
organisation. The convention was held in
South Omaha laat year.
The general meetlnga of the association
will be held in the First Methodist church
and tha sectional meetings will be held In
the Flrat Congregational church, the public
library, the assembly room In the Rome
hotel, tha Lyric theater and the auditorium
of the Board of Education on the fifth
rioor of tha city hall.
Among otliera the following prominent
educators have been secured to addreaa the
atate's pedagogues: J. Ross Hill, prealdent
of the Missouri State university; Chancellor
Avery of the Nebraska State univeraity;
Vi'. U Byers. prealdent of th Indiana Stale
university, and M. V. O'Bhea of the Wiscon
sin State univeraity.
No Bills of Lading
on Old Forms
After April 30
Trunk Lines Hare Notified Shippers
that Present Practice Must
Trunk linea have notified shippera that
after April 10. agents of railway corn
panlea will refuse to algn bills of lading
made out on the old form.
At preaent shippers make them out on the
old forma, which many prefer becauae they
are of aeveral sites and agenta stamp on
them "aubject to the provisions of the
uniform bill of lading."
Thla practice is to be discontinued and
agents will require that shippers use tin;
uniform bills recommended by the Inter
etste Commerce commission and ainre en
doraed and accepted by shippers in the east
and wett, but atill proteated by the south
Not Many Frats
in Omaha Schools
Ziegler Mixed In
With Big Guns
Nebraska Floor' Manager at Inaugu
ral Ball Had Inside Glimpse at.
s Several Functions.
Lincoln to Boost
for Corn Show
Secretary). Whitten So Advises the
Managers and Seeks a Little
"A wrong impression seems to have got
ten out about the Inauguration. It ia not
paid for by the national government, but
the city of Washington foots the bill, juat
the aame aa our Ak-Sar-Ben," said Ialdor
Ziegler, who attended the Taft Inaugural
aa an aide to th floor committee, having
been named to represent Nebraska by Sen
ators Burkett and Brown.
While In Washington Mr. Zeiglar attended
aeveral big functlona prior to the inaugural,
one of which waa a dinner given by Tom
Walsh to Mr. Taft. Speaker Cannon, Ad
miral Sperry and aeveral membera of tha
cabinet. Another waa given next day by
Lara Anderson, at which many of the aame
getnlenien were present except Mr. Taft.
The souvenirs on this occaalon were tickets
to the Inaugural ball, everyone having to
buy a ticket, as no compllmentarles ware
Returning Mr. Zelgler traveled to Chicago
with Qlfford Plnchot, ex-Beoretary Garfield
and Ambaasador and Mra. Bryce. Mr. Bryr
ia en route to California to lecture before
the students of Iceland Stanford university.
Mr. Zelgler Invited the ambaaaador to atop
at Omaha on hla return, but aa he will use
the aouthern route he had to decline. He
promlaed, however, to visit Omaha at some
Must See Butler
Law Just Passed and Signed by the
Governor is Not of Great In
Omaha schools , will be but slightly af
fected by the rescent pasrage and approval
of the legislative bill prohibiting fraternl
ties in pjbltc schools of Nebraska. While
fraternltiea have not before been prohi
bited In Omaha, stringent governing rules
adopted some Mime ago by the Board of
Education haa restricted the membership
of the vsocletles a'rlif in other waya kept
tham from aecdrmg a hold on the local
schools and exerting1 any harm. I
Two aocletlee, Ihe Kappa Gamma and,
the Phi lambda, Ifflllated with the Na
tional High School Greek Letter, fraternity,
were organised in Omaha aeveral ye ire ag .
but the board took prompt action and by
resolution restricted the membership of
each to twenty-five. This limit hss never
been reached. In addition to this limita
tion, the board by resolution prohibited a
member of either fraternity from partici
pating in any contest and holding any
honors, and no member has been allowed
to play on the foot ball team, to become
president of a class, ta become an officer
In the battalion or to enter any debate.
There are no sororities in the local school.
Members of ona of the fraternltiea have
given notice of aurrendering their charter
end local school officers expect that the
Greek letter societies In the Omaha High
school will In a short time be desd letters.
Great Sale Wednesday
of 260 Sample Tail- $QK00
or-Made Suits at. . .
Every model in the grand collection is
new and beautiful. We are sorry there are
not more of them, as every customer who
gets one of these suits will save almost half.
This extraordinary offering will create great enthusiasm, coming
as it does just at the beginning of the spring season.
There are 'J(i0 suits to choose from, mostly all sample And hardly
two alike. Each suit a decidedly attractive models and beautifully
tailored ,of finest all wool materials.
The regular values of these suits are $35.00,
$37. 50 and $40.00 tt iThF AA
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Goodyear Raincoats Reign Supreme'
A Shipment of 360 Men's and Women's I
LOA Ira !9r Cntiinn Cnmnln DniYi.Wc "ndSi,k sTaiIc B
1U $00 Oyi llty iJaillliC UClltlUaiS HUerprool vuaw
On Sale Tomorrow $8.50 to $12.50
AND WHILE THEY LAST
Keceivcd just in time for tomorrow's business. This shipment consists of our factories'
spring samples in Men's Cravenettes and Kaincoats, and in Women's Craveuettes and Silk
Coats. - v
These are spring models that are made to sell from $20.00 to $o3.00flJO PA f' tf-ftl PA
and you can chose any of these at from " vlaSutlW
To get the cholca w urge prompt buying-, for at these prices the lot may not last for many days.
Goodyear Raincoat Go.,
"The Raincoat Store
I6th and Davenport Sts.
A Rcllsjloaa Aatora Statemeat.
Rvt Joseph IT. Ffesperman. Salisbury,
N. C. who Is the author of several books,
writes: "For several yeara I was afflicted
with kidney trouble and laat winter I waa
suddenly stricken with a severe pain In
my kidneys snd was confined to bed eight
to His Employ
T. F, Stroud Exfercises Bare Charity
to Bookkeeper and Secure Hit
Blease from Court..
Inettud of residing at the penitentiary J.
B Wallace ia back at his old Job as book
kef per of tha 'P. F. Strou4 company. Under
arrest for breaking In the office of the
Stroud company,' Wallace faced a fairly
good ciiance of being convicted.
"It would do society no good to aend him
down," declared Stroud Tueaday morning.
"He'a a good man, a good man only he
got Into bad company."
So Stroud went to the county attorney
and Judge Sears snd urged them to let
Wallace off, aaying hs would take him back
in his employ. The Judge snd sttorney were
dsys unable to get up without aas.'stanca.
My urine contained a thick white aediment j willing and Wallace was released on his
and I passed aame frequently day and j own recognizance.
night. I commenced taking Foley's Kid- j He tft the court houae in company of
ney Remedy, snd the psin gradually I his employer, who hsd exercised a clemency
abated and finally ceased snd my urine
becsme normal. I cheerfully recommend
Foley's Kidney Remedy." For sale by all
! Strawberry cream la excellent to eere
City Clerk Will Issue Certificates This j with angei food or rich white cake. Heat
Week to Men Making I on plnt tf crcam ,lff frolh' to it
ov . : one pint of strawberry juice and a double
Proper Showing. , t,blpoon of ,el.t!n: sweet. n to taate.
! Freese to a aoft mush and pour over tha
Voteia not registered who have moved cake.
into another voting precinct aince the
W. 8. Whitten, aecretary of the Commer
cial club of Lincoln, has aasured the Na
tional Corn expoaltlon that the buslneaa
men of Lincoln propose to get Into the
harneas and boost for the show to be held
at Omaha In December, and incidentally
will want a little booatlng dona by
Oniahana . when the Nebraaka State Corn
ahow la held In Uncoln the third week
The atate ahow la to be planned along
linea which will put It in the front rank
among atate shows snd ita aucceaa will
mean tcuch to the National Corn expoal
tlon, say the managers.
$3, $4. $5 A MONTH AND UP.
ItHluOUf Fre Mortal- and Tuaiaft If Krnled for a Stated Period.
. Why ta without the pleasure of music la jour borne when for
so little you may have It. Send or phone your order. Prompt atten
tion a a aaUafeu-tory aervlce guaranteed.
SGtimollor & Mueller Piano Co.,
- 1311-1313 FARNAM STREET,
raOXES Dotjglaa lf)23; UdependeaU Al25.
last election must this week secure a
tranafer or a certificate showing that
they are qualified voters to be able to
vote In the prlmarlea on March 10. These
transfers or rertificatea can be aecured
at the office of the city clerk, and there
only. To accommodate all comera, the
clerk will keep hia office open until
9 o'clock Saturday evening.
The first registration day will be held
after the prlmarlea and voters will not be
allowed to awear In thalr votea at the pri
mary election as at regular elections.
Qualified voters, but not registered, lid
vote In the prlmarlea only by calling at
the clerk's office during the week wi'h
two freeholders who will swesr to their
qualificatloaa. Tha clerk will then give
a certificate allowing the peraon to vote
In the prlmarlea.
The flrat reglatrailon day will be held
oa April 14 and bootha for that purpose
will ba open In all precincts of sll wsrds.
that ia rare.
Wallace aecured several hundred dollars'
worth of checks when he fell from grace
and cashed one or two, it la said, at a ss
lonn. Stroud heard of the theft In time to
stop payment on the checka and tha saloon
man alone is out. However. Wallace's
friends managed to apend moat of the
money there that night ao that the aaloon
keeper Is really not minus much cash, only
a quantity of beer, a few cocktails, one gin
rlckey, two Mamie Taylors, s silver fits
and a bromo sellser.
Husband Too Free
With His Fists
Hulda Anderson Alleges
Was Often Slugged by
Bloats becsuse there waa no reMsh on the
aupper table blowe be?auae a woman friend
waa asked to sjpper blowe for this blows
Mrs. Hulda Anderson has just finished re
citing a piteous tale In Judge K.stelle'a
court. She Is suing her husband, Axel W.
Anderson, for divorce and he ia contesting
the cabu. Her indictment of Anderaon la
aevere and lnrludea a declaration that he
atruck her with hia clenched fist two days
before she waa confined.
Mrs. Anderson, who' la repreaented by At
torney Alvln F. Johnaon. will call in sup
port of the story her sister, a clergyman
who saw the wound on the nose and the
physiclsn who attended her In childbirth.
Bowes snd Bat tin represent the defendant,
who has a tale of cruelty of his own to
offer. His answer to the petition for di
vorce also recites that he waa In bad mental
and physical health for aome montha fol
lowing hia marriage and that plaintiff
would never make allowance for thla.
Oale FX Uwver alleges In a petition for
divorce that hia wife. Maud W. Lawyer, re
fusod to cook his meala or keep houae at
all. Lna Stewart Is aulng James W. Stew
art and ' Klla Covrik la plaintiff against
Vaalle Covrik. Andrew Kaiser haa been
granted a decree agalnat Edna B. Kalaer.
as Candidate '
Sends Message Thanking Friends and
Outlining Platform as Answer to
' ' Appeals to Withdraw.
Bigger, Better, Buaier That a what ad
vertialng In The Bee does for your business.
Fontanelle friends of Caudiiiut Ureen
have been burning out toe uatii.ca of tlv
telegraph campaniea, sending menangea to
Captain Palmer I it Florida, bvseschlnx
that he withdraw from the race as s can
didate for mayor. But Captain Palm, r
Intenda to atlck for the big ahow. a
witness this telegram received by S. A.
Searle, who la directing the captain a cam
paign during his absence from the city:
DAYTON, Fla., March 16. 19US.-S. A.
Scarle, Omaha, Neb.: Extend my thank
to the many hundred who algned my peti
tion and assure tiiejn that If 1 am nomi
nated at the primary I will be elected
mayor, pledging a acinar deal to ever -bodP
Interested In the upbuilding of Omaha,
devoting all my time and energy to a bul
neaa administration, lessening taxea per
capita, aomethlng to ahow for everv dollar
apent. HENRY E. PALMER
In tha meantime the Breen plan of cam
paign la developing;. It la now proposed
that a committee to handle his campaign
be made up of twelve members of the
Fontanelle club, twelve members of ln
Central club and twelve to be selected lv
Mr. Breen. These will be' In full charge
of the Breen campaign. '
Foley's Kidney Ren.rt will cu e an.
case of kidney or bladder trouble that la
not beyond the reach of medic:ne. Cures
backache and Irregularttiea that If neg
lected might result in Bright's disease or
diabetes. For sale by all drvggleta,
Dellelaas Apple raealaar.
Peel, core and riat in havlea four or five
applea and place tbera In bottom of baa
ing diah. Then rub together a tablespoon
of butter and two tablespoons of flour, and
wal thla mixture with about three-quarters
of a cup of oold water; then add ona cup of
sugar, clanamon, and a little aalt. Puur
thia over the apples and baka until lender.
Serve with cream, and you have something
of deadly micro boa occurs when throat ana
lung rtiaeaaes are treated with Dr. Kmg's
New Discovery. Mc aad tl.OS. For sale by
Beaton Prug Ca.
Sturdy oaka from little acorns gmtr
adtemsing In The Bee will do wonders for
Medicines like those of Dr. R. V. Pierce of Buffalo, warrant their makers in printing their every ingre
dient, which they do, upon their outside wrappers, verifying the correctness of the same under oath.
This open publicity places these medicines in a class all by themselves. Furthermore, it warrants physicians
in prescribing them largely as they do in their worst cases.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
Is most potent alterative or blood-purifier, and tonic or In vigors tor and acts especially favorably
In a curative way upon all the mucous lining surfaces, as of the nasal passages, throat, bronch
ial tubes, stomach and bowels, curing a large per cent of catarrhal cases whether the disease af
fects the nasal passages, the throat, larynx, bronchia, stomach (as catarrhal dyspepsia), liver,
' 't (as mucous diarrhea), or other organs.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Is advised for the cure of one class of diseases only those peculiar weaknesses, derangements and irregularities pecul- 1
iar to women. It is a powerful yet gently acting invigorating tonic and nervine.
For weak, worn-out, overworked women no matter what has caused the break-down, "Favorite Prescription"
be found most effective In building up the strength, regulating the womanly functions, subduing pain and
bringing about a healthy, vigorous condition of th whole system. . .
A book of particulars wraps each bottle giving the formulae of both medicines and quoting what scores of eminent med
ical authors, whose works are consulted by physicians of all the schools of practice as guides in prescribing, say of dach '
ingredient entering into these medicines. . . ..
Both medicines are non-alcoholic, non-secret, and contain no harmful habit-forming drugs, being composed'of glyceric
extract of the roots of native, American, medicinal, forest plants.-They are both sold by dealers in medidne. You
can't afford to accept as a substitute for one of these medicines known tomposiiion, any secret nourum. Don't do it.
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