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TIIH BEE: OMATTA; FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1910.
EVERY P0LICIMA3TASURCE0S Man "Dead on
Scheme'ou Foot to . Give Officer
Coune .as -Doctori.
ESTABLISH SCHOOL . FOR THEM
Idem la U.mklf Officers to Dla-
ow llnnii Ailment and Hive
' First .Aid a the AN .
Home .titfik hAifceegj started among the
member of tht fire and police- comml
lon and the commanding officers of
th department relstlve to the eirtablinh
ment of a training school for policemen In
thi matter of giving 'tlrst aid tu the In
jured; '.'. '
Other, largo cities have such a training
school, herein the,(o(Ioer learn how to
wash a wound, to apply temporary ban
dages and to place ah Injured person In the
moat corhfrfrtable poHltlon Iri the case of
any given accident. Officers so educated
In ilmple surgery always carry with them
a small package containing the necessary
equipment to render first aid.
Commissioner Hunter' said the idea Was
somewhat new to him; but he Could readily
see where. It might, be, worked out to very
good advantage, "Very often I have heard
or read of some Injured or afflicted man,"
aald Mr. Hunter, "being arrested for drunk'
enneSsy whe'h 'Ift! reality he had never
had a drink atall. .We have an Intelligent
body i of policemen, and. with a little en
lightenment from competent physicians on
the ordinary happenings with which they
have to deal,' their Usefulness might be
MoaOn Strong; tar rian.
Acting CUf of Police . Mostyn aald: J
"Now, during such a turn of bad weather
As we have been experiencing lately, an
agitation for 'first aid training of policu
men would have eaoght on at once. The
streets ware slippery, everywhere and acei
dints were continually happening. Of
course there l--gehira!Uy a' surgeon with
the wagon when -; aorfctent fere reported,
but there thifg)it be cases where Immediate
aid by a- person with some expert knowl
edge would aid In a,vlng life'. turlng the
carnival time and ' on ther occasions when
large .crowds gather nch. arc equipment,
carried In :a poJloemanNs"pocket, would very
often 'come, lit, hiuidjf'Jt'Tiould comprise,
however,. botler amtilling salts as well
as bnndag plaster, 'alca and things of
that kind. V:',VJ'l '. '' ;..
"The Oniaha- dtiparttnerrf has the --very
best ktndo materitil .tor' development. In
my Judgment. Cfyr men are - above the
ordinary In intelligence, aa . well as In
appearance, and If this first aid business
la ever begun I feel-sure the men will
make good." y ja y,-
CONVICT,,, MAKES FINE TOOLS
James J. Rrd,r Who Killed Qlenna
lllnea, Read' Tom Klyna Fine
Cheat of Instruments.
James J. TUedJormerly a local machin
ist, now serving a life term In the peniten
tiary for the murder of Olenna Hlnes, has
sent to Street Commissioner Flynn a box
of tools. 'The .tools are: the handiwork of
Reed himself ' and ah$w him to be a ex
ceedingly ' clever; worW in steel. He has
made for Flynrr a sMet' monkey wrench,
alligator wrench, cold chisel, screw driver,
ha (tamer and flatiron holder. The work
manship and design-r of high-grade, and
the outfit has a- considerable value. , Flynn
was jailer, a Urge pari of, the ilmi Reed
wae coTifmed'rhMnrf &unty-Jafl aha'ttie1
tools were sent him as a token of grati
tude for kind treatment at that klme.
Cot in Basement
ot His Home
X, G. Rockafellow Dies of Gas Poison
ing, but Suicide is Not
J. O. Rorkafellnw whs found desd Irt !he
basement of 296(1 St. Mary's s'-ontie, suffo
cated from gas poisoning, Thursday morn
ing. . v ,
Mr. Rockafellow, who was 51 'years old
arfd was known In the city as a horse
dealer he formerly had been In the1 hack
business rnme home Wednesday night be-,
tween 8:30 and t o'clock. Shortly after
wards he went to 'the basement to attend
to the fianace. There '.i a couch "In the
apartmeirr, and. In the morning Vi Wat
found by his -wife lying upon It, dead.
KU;or mortis had apparent y set In several
Mrs. Rockafellow,' when approaching the
basement, smelt gas strongly, and ' when
she entered she found the gas jet turned
on fu'.l. The surmise Is tnat Rockafellow
unthinkingly turned on the gas after ho
hud turned It off. There Is no suspicion
Mr. Rockafellow la survived by his wife,
his parents and a brother, who live at
Somervllle, N. J., a brother In Canada,
a brother 'In Orange, N. J., and a brother
who is a traveling salesman, who resides
at Fremont. .
His place of business in the city was at
the rear of the Millard hotel, Thirteenth
and Douglas streets.
f Coroner Crjsby has taken chnrge of the
body. ... .
USCLE SAM HERE WITH PROBE
Department of Agriculture Has Agent
in Omaha Inrestigating Prices.
HE BEGINS HIS MISSION SECRETLY
TOO SLICK JFOR F. HITTLE
Slipper? Tim Seertia to.' Have Knocked
This Cttlaeq'a'tFavt from
These are slippery times and Frank Hit
tie appears to have fallen. Mr. Hlttle) was
paroled In district court to Probation Of
ficer Carver af.rtr Hlttle had pleaded
guilty to annexing his sweetheart's watch
For several weeks Hlttle walked care
fully In the straight and .narrow path and
his enthusiasm, for a lite of abstinence
knew no verbal limitations.
But of. late, . so Mr. k Carver told Judge
Sutton, Irittle has been dallying with the
flower of. io poppy, and has failed to re
port. If h'e' can be found"-Hlttle will be
brought Into custody.
ENGLISH SAYS GRAND JURY
WILL OBEY COURT'S ORDERS
Count)' Attorney Iecln!re Kalthfol
Inquiry Mill Be Made Into
Question of Prices.
"The grand Jury will carry out the in
structions of the court In the spirit and In
the letter,'.' declared County Attorney Kng
llsh In answer to a question about the
grand Jury and the cost of living, and
Judge F.sielie's statement that he Will In
struct, the body to go for alleged Illegal
combinations In restraint of trade.
"Whatever evidence we can get, will be
carefully sifted," added' Mr; English.-
The county attorney will not say whether
he thinks evidence can be obtained suffi
cient to warrant ' Indictments, etther f
food trusts or of violators of liquor laws.
It Is the general expectation that the so
called "grocer's trust" will be examined
Into by the grand jurynd art-alleged "milk
truxt" Is also mentioned. Likewise the
There Is likely Boon to be more diffi
culty i than -usual 1 ; buying' cigarette In
Omaha. It ,1s taken for granted that Il
legal sales of cigarettes will be the sub
ject of Investigation by the grand Jury
with the result that dealers who have been
selling them will soon cease fprta time at
least. ' : .
SCHULZE WILL SEND MAN?
United 'Jltate Government ' Gngiseer
la Chargr of Missouri Interested
la Flood Prospect.
Major , Edward P, Schulae. government
engineer In charge of work on the Mis
souri rjyer, .h,a. wrltteyi . County,. Engineer,
McBrkiO-rr'- will- ?nbt KaMe-to eertre te
Omaha for some time on the matter of
making plans to prevent disastrous flood
In the spring about Omaha. Major Bchulze
promises that he will send one of his as
sistants here within a few days to exam
ine into, existing conditions and"inalr re-
port to' him. , ,'v ; .'i ,w;
Mr. MoRrlde will tr to get a roeetlhg of
the local committee named to safeguard
the river next Monday, when City Engineer
Craig will be home. Those, tP be called
In consultation with the county and city
engineers ,are the railroad engineers,, and
a representative of the smelter company.
FIOHTINU Till ST PHICES.
Harden. )ro. Place Their Baslnea
Sarlon an AntUTruat Baals.
Recognising, aa all do, that the heavy
Inorease In cost of living Is the direct out
come of trust dictated prlcea; further, that
our every interest, is with, the people, our
customers, and not with the trusts, we
have been preparing for month for a
cruad against tust prices, which, with
thfc assistance of the people. Is bound to
win. Ready oash at the right time. In the
right place, has overcome for ua and for
you, temporarily at. leaat', the difficulties
in the way of successful resistance of ex
orbitant trust nrtcea, All. we need 1 your
assistance to make this a fight on, trust
prlcea to a. successful finish. .
ARB YOU WITH VST,.
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' P. "Woolf, tm Bouth Seventeenth,
frame dwelling, Sl.tftO; Paxton Real Estate
company, aiwratlunsyto wfrlce building.
Vlalta. Poultry and Batter lloanes and
Aaks Abvnt the Markets to "eo .
Who la Reapnnalble for
fncle Rim hns taken a hnnd In trying
to find out the cause gf th Incresse In thai
cost of living In Omaha and .the west. Ills
ajrenta'arc now making Inquiries In Omaha.
The Department of Agriculture has S.
Penney, of CouncW HluTfs now making the
lounds of dairy food places In this city.
Mr. Penney cjose to- bogin his Investlga
tloiis in secret but his mlnSlon soon bo
carhc known.-; , ,
Tursituy .a well dressed man called on
David Colo and sild his name was Penney
and that -he 'had a farm near Ruser'a
and wanted to know some facts ns to the
probabilities of his mnklng money If he
turned, his farm Into. a chicken ranch. He
asked all sorts of 'questions a to the price
Cole paid the fanner arid what he got for
his chickens' and' Mlw milch the retailer
made when he sold them. Several reporters
wpre In Mr. Cole's office at the same time
and one told him he must be a government
Inspector, as he was too well posted for a
farmer. He assured the - reporter that
such was not the case, but that he had a
lot of barnyard grouse on a farm In Iowa,
that he wanted to bring them to his Doug
las county form and that he simply wanted
to find out the situation to see If he could
rnuke any money.
A little later Mr. Penney visited.' the
Fairmont Creamery, where he met Joseph
H. Kushton, president of the company. Mr.
Rushton had met him during the summer
and knew he was an employe"6f the De
partment of .Agriculture, as he had said so
at that time. He wanted figures on the
creamery business and again his questions
were such that showed he was trying to
find out who made the profit on butter
Mr. Penny found from hlB Inquiry that
the farmers of Nebraska were milking 1J
per cent more cows than last year and
that the number kl continually Increasing.
lie found the retail dealers were making
a cent, a pound more on butter this week
than last when it was selling for a higher
price. Last week the retailer was paying
37 cents a pound for butter and selling for
10 cents a pound, although some of the out
side dealers were selling for 42 cents a
pound. When the creameries cut the price
of butter 6 cents a pound Tuesday the re
tailers cut the price 5 cents and most are
now buying for 31 cents and selling for 35
cents a pound. The. farmer Is getting about
6 cents a pound less for his butter fat ani
a pound of butter fat will make a pound
and a quarter of butter, so both the cream
ery and the retailer are making more and
the farmer gets less.
The Omaha butter market ; l a cent
higher than the Elgin market, on .which
the Omaha market Is based. The Omaha
creameries charge a cent a pound more for
delivery charge and they maintain auto
mobiles with which they deliver the butter
to the grocer. ''.' ' ' .. .
The egg. jobbers are stllT selling .fresh
eggs for 12 cents a doien, wth few .tn be
had, and storage eggs for 24 cents a dozen.
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Army Notes " 1
GRAIN AND LUMBER CASES
State Railway Commission Will Take
Testimony ;,-at . Lincoln j on
The rate cases In which Omaha Is Inter
ested will be heard before the Nebraska
State Railway Commission Friday. In the
morning the commlslon will take testimony
lr the grain case in which the Omaha
Grain exchange complains against, the Bur
lington and Union Pacific for making a
lower rate 6r grain from a store of towns
along the southern part of Nebraska to
Kansas City than to Omaha.
The other-Is the lumber' rate ca'se In
which complaint -la made that lumber
rates In Nebraska fire entirely .too rlgh,
Lumber men claim the Jocal rates In Ne
braska are so high they, cannot compete
with outside dealers and that ' lumber
may be shipped' direct from southern points
to Interior towns at such a low rate that
Omaha dealers cannot compete.
Foley' Kidney Remedy wi ure any
case of kidney or bladder trouble that 1
not beyond the reach 'of medicine. It In
vigorate the entire' system and strengthens
the kidney so they eliminate the Impuri
ties from the blood. .' Backache.' rheuma
tism, kidney and bladder trouble are all
cured by thl great medicine. Sold by all
in all fsizcs, colors, designs and makes
: . On Display at
1519 Howard St:
Gome and sec the collection whether
you intend purchasing or not.
Mr. Nahigian in charge. , .7 .
H.: P. Whitmore Art Dealer
.yC . general cour-martlal has been ordered
to convene at Fort D. X. ' Russell, Wyo.,
for the trial of miscellaneous military of
fenses. Lieutenant Colonel M. Day of the
Sixth. United States ' cavalry has been
granted leave Of absence for two months.
Chief Musician Henry I.eMalre, band
Eleventh Infantry, Fort D. A. Russell, has
been' granted his honorable discharge from
the army by purchase.
A detachment of 126 recruits for the Sixth
United States cavalry has just arrived at
Fort Dea Moines from Jefferson barracks.
Three tourist sleeping cars will pass
through Omaha Frldty morning enroute
from Columbus, X)., to Fort Russell,, at
Cheyenne, Wyo., bearing a detachment of
recruits who have been transferred from
the Columbus barracks to the western post
They will arrive over the Great Western
from Chicago and go west by way of the
Burlington' through .Denver.
b0SS PREPARING TO VACATE
Will Continue, aa Inltfd States. Dl.
trlct Attorney Until F. 8. Howell
Nomination la Confirmed.
United States Dlstlct Attorney Charles A.
Doss Is collecting his lares and penates
about the district attorney' office prepara
tory to turning over the office to his suc
cetsor, Frank S. Howell. Mr. Goes' term of
office ha already expired, but he will con
tinue In the position until Mr. Howell's
appointment la confirmed.
D. W. Dickinson, who ha been Mr, Goes'
clerk since the latter' incumbency of the
office, will probably continue a auch under
Mr. Howell, for a time at least.
Assistant District Attorney A. W. Lane
receives his appointment from the attorney
general of the United States. He will prob
ably not be disturbed In hi office and will
continue as Isslstant attorney during the
pleasure of the attorney general.
Owing to the change in the district at'
torneyshlp and for other reasons, - It now
begins to look as if there will not be any
jury term of the federal court called for
th Omaha district until April.
This will throw the trial of th land cases
which were scheduled for February over to
the April term.
DOWNERS AGAIN IN . JAIL
Co pie Held hy Local Police Pending;
Arrival ' of Officers from
Mr. and Mr. ' A. B. Downer were ar
rested last night by Sergeant Bamuelson
and lodged In the city Jail. They are held
for the sheriff at Grand Island, 'who tele
graphed to arrest the pair. Downer and
wife were recently fined $25 each In police
court for engaging In a fight at 1315 Capi
tol avenue. In the fight Downer received
seven ' serious outs on the head. Mrs.
Downer alleges she lost S5A0 at the time,
but th detectives doubted the story. At
the time of their first arrest the Downers
had $-100 In cash with them. Downer says
he Is a musician by profession and a wire
worker by trade.
WOMEN UNDER HEAVY BOND
Alleged Robber of t York Banker
Are Held for the Grand
NEW YORK. Jan. J7.-May William and.
ReaMa Roberts, two women charged with,
robbing Warner Van Gordon of 128.000 n
front of the Waldorf were held In SiOOUO
bail each today for the grand Jury.
That was the head line of a news item in nn Omaha paper last evening. To investigate? high prices of food, (lood
ahead, liut .don't slop there gentlemen. Investigate the Piano situation in Omaha. Investigate the reason for price. Co
phre- tne';ftricos which spjine' piano buyers are obliged to pay "with the prices that are marked in plain figures on each and evt
piano at MMimoiier cv Mueller's.. ... " '
Now while cutting out the middlemen who make food prices soar out of reach why not cut out middlemen in the piano
business; Tire selling policy of this mammoth establishment does just that. Think of it, last week this company placed ono
single order with tlie Steger Piano Co. for
OI?liri77VT'TTTT YTTATTTfeT? A TVTTfe TVXTyrmT Trvr A 7VTn A
And with instructions for immediate delivery. ,
A copy of this order is held at our Omaha office and may be seen and examined by any one who might otherwise doubt.
- Seventeen hundred and fifty pianos. Think again what this means. Fifteen pianos to a car. 117 carloads of pianos.
Ten cars to ft train would make 11 7-10 train loads.
Many years ago n factory capable of manufacturing that many -'piano a year was considered large. Here, the
Schmpller & Mueller Piano Co., of Omaha, buys in one single order what a few years since would have been considered a good
sized factory's output. In addition to Steger and Sons, we represent 22 other manufacturers. You may now form a faint
conceptton bf the nulnber of pianos we will buy this year.
,Biit here is where you as an interested buyer ought to give personal attention. When we buy between eleven and
twelve..train loads of pianos at a time we control prices paid the manufacturer. We dictate the prices and they are lower than
if wp were to manufacture, ourselves those Seventeen Hundred and Fifty Pianos and Uiose other pianos purchased this year
from the twenty-two additional makers
,, Actually,' friends, the grand jury if it will investigate piano prices in Omaha, will find that our prices have actually
done away "with thd middleman's profit. So you, in buying a piano from Schmoller & Mueller, profit just as much ns if you
'were to. buy direct from the manufacturer. .
- Because of this, we save you from $100 to $200 and givea selection from the greatest number of world famous makes.
.Terms that are not to be matched elsewhere arc granted, when we agree to sell any music lover, even in modest cir
cumstances, ti beautiful, sweet toned, fully guaranteed piano on:
, :Na loncy Down, Free Stcol, Free Scarf, Thirty Days Free Trial; Then $1.00 a Week
In addition to selling new pianos from such world-renowned makes:
'" : Stemay, ; Steger, Hardman, Emerson, HcPhail, Hehlin, A. B. Chase, Wheelock,
::;r:; Steck, Stuyvesant and the Hand-Made Schmoller & Mueller
. ... & HV-may,- by calling at our salesrooms at once, secure a genuine out-and-out bargain in a slightly used piano. Some
' $i46.'0'bolumbu3 . . . . .'$65-00 , $500.00 Steger, walnut ; '.'."."$265.00
$500.00 Harrington, art ,..$275.00
' $500.00' Chickering, new ;..$375.00
$750.00 Hardman Grand . .$400.00
$650.00 Knabe, large size . . $400.00
$G00.00 Art Style Hardman. $355.00
$1,500.00 Steinway Grand . .$450.00
$750.00 Steinway .'.$450.00
$250.00 Pianola, walnut . . .$175.00
Organ's $10.00, $15.00, $20.00 and up; Packard, Mason & Hamlin, Story & Camp, Kimball.
And the same easy tenns on Slightly Used or New Pianos:
No Money Down, Free Stool, Free Scarf, Thirty Days Free Trial, Then $1.00 a Week
Assist us please to keep Piano Prices Down and Values Away Up by at least inspecting this, our unsurpassed line of
instruments, before even considering buying elsewhere.
Then, you may look and look you may compare our prices, our pianos, our terms with the prices, the pianos and tho
terms made anywhere here in Omaha, in the west or on the American continent and you will admit that in all these respects,
you secure a Better Piano at a Lower Price and on Easier Terras when buying here.
Come tomorrow sure and consider, in the light of what we have said, how our stock matches up and makes our word good.
chmoller & Mueller Piano Company
.1311-1313 Farnam Street Phones Douglas 1625; Ind. A-1625
OUT-OF-TOWN BUYERS USE ONE OF THESE COUPONS SEND TODAY SURE
$400.00 Itavis- & Sons. . . . . ; $125.00
$375-00 Kimball'., . . . . .'. ,.'.$150.00
$35O'.00-Mueller, mahogany. $175.00
$400.00 Knabe . . . . . .$175.00
S590.00 Mueller Oak' ..... .$175.00
$425.00. Krakauer Bros . . . .$190.00
$400.00 Adam Schaaf .... . . $225.00
$450.00 Chase ..... .....'..$238.00
$450.00 Corl, new $250.00
$4Q0.00 Kurtzman $250.00
$500.00 Steger, mahogany. .$260.00
$375.00 Ferrand ' $265.00
$400.00 Pease & Co $40.00
$500.00 Fischer $50.00
$bUU.U0 Uhickenng $65.00
$650.00 Steinway $75.00
This Coupon for Prices on New Pianos
Schmoller & livelier; Piano Co.,
Uentlemn: r ' ' '
You may please send me catalogue trice and terms on the following new
piano - f
Nam .............. j i.
This Coupon for Prices on Slightly Used Pianos
Schmoller & Mueller Piano Co..
I am,lntereeted In the slightly used piano advertlned In today's pnper. Bend
me full particular regarding- same, and oblige.
Name of Piano
II K. (LOVERC0F.S TO PEN
UrbanrjCyook Wto Mulcted Omaham
" in Priion at Lait.
GOT $250,000 IN TWELVE YEARS
Plokrd 1'p for. Impersonating aa Offl
err and tjonviclrd on the Testi
mony of (i.tTt Anderson
and U. A. Llndqnrst.
Th daiibfnK Captain Howard K. Clover,
who mulcted clthtn of Omaha to the tune
of about 115.000 dining the Tianmllg
il4 ejfpuslilon in various enterprise , has
JuFt been , si-ntepced to a term of several
years in prison jit. Ssn KranclHCo by United
States JudtJ" ljillttvt-u nix th? charge of
iiupiTsunaUnn sn officer of the United
States navy. - .
The tw4 must Important wltncsH
aijuinst Clover were A. I,liid(iiet and
United Sits 'ornmlsFlotier Uustavs And-
eitoi) of Omaha, Mho were tu.nmuiird to
San Francisco to testify In the' ease. The
question of Identification of Clover was
absolutely established by the Omaha wit
nesses and "hl conviction resulted from
their testimony. Both had good reason to
know him quits well.
How lit Worked Omaha.
Captain Clover appeared in Omaha during
the exposition and claiming- to be an of
ficer of the United States nuvy on waiting
orders, put in his time exploiting numer
ous enterprises and in addition to the ex
clusively Omaha enterprises organised a
company here to build submarine torpedo
boats at Salt Luke and sold considerable
stock In the company to Omaha parties.
In fact he had any kind of an old scheme
j and sucoeeded in seducing about 116,000 In
' csah away from his Omaha admirers.
Realising that the unlfcrru of an officer
in the navy would help him out soclslly
as well as In a business way In Omaha,
h had Mr. IJpdijuest get him up an elab
orate uniform, the design of which was
obtained 'from pictures and namples of
naval uniforms in the government exhibit
at the exposition. He pleaded as an exeunt
for a new uniform that hly old one wa
somewhat; worn and faded from hi sen
rvlc. 80 hs shortly afleraard ap
peared radiant In blue and bras button:
with the necessary Inslgna of rank and
took Omaha by storm socially. But he for
got to pay th tailor for the raiment and
for thl reason Mr. Llndquest remembered
Huns Up Judge Anderson.
budge Anderson's recollections of the
dashir.g captain was based on his financial
experiences with him, which. It is alleged,
ran. Into four figures.
H. li. Mills of the Urlted States secret
service, who was also summoned to Han
Francisco as a witness In the case, has re
turned, as has Mr. Llndquest. Judge An
derson will not return for a week or ton
days, as he Intends td vNIt several of the
Paclflo coast points while away.
It appeared during the trial that Captain
Clover' swindling operation, extending
over a period of twrtlve years. In all part
of tha country, would exceed 1250,000. A
recent exploitation In Han Francisco netted
him $", 00 froiri one Individual, being a
trans-Paolfle or ocean transportation
scheme, alleged to be directly connected
with the navy. His other Pacific const
rchenierf would bring his alleged swindle:
up to about IIOO.COO.
INDIANS SUEJNCLE SAM
Wlsnebsgo Husband of . Omnha
Woman Seek to tirt Land for
Wife and Daughter.
John H. Clay, a Winnebago Indian, has
brought suit :n -the United Htates circuit
ccurt in behalf of his wife and daughter.
The woman is an Omaha Indian.. Tbe
suit Is for certain land allotments alleged
to bo due them as Omuhus.
Tha suit Is brounht aualnHt the United
Htates and is based upon the ullotimnt laws
of 1SU3, as pertaining, to heirs of the Oinauu
Clay hod married an Omuha Indlun
woman, but alleges in his petition that 011
account of the unfriendly fellng uxlstliit;
between the WlmiebugoeH and Omaha, Im
had partly slept upon the rights aixrulim
to his wife and child as Ouialms and hn
now swks to recover sn allotment of elglily
acres f.ir each of them. , -
I'neuinoula Kolmns a Cold,
but r.tver follows the use of Foley's Honey
ami Tur. which stops the cough, Ueals thu
li n.l . vp-Ms ir '...I1 from vjir syteiujj
I'erslKteiu Advertising Is the road to Big
When you want what you want when
j . . . u so throi'gh Thu He Want