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STIEHM PURSUES TUMBLERS
fiebnskft Coach Civet Predict to
CIECIAL TEA IN TO LIJ8C0LH
anasreir Eager On to Take
t'arafcwaker Rooters ta (a Soath
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LINCOWT. JXab., Nov. lt-8polal--
Th eioaing wcefc of (iridic lor tha Ko-
taa-Nabrmaki dim atart4 Honda. nig bt
tinder romawb&t mora tavurbbla wtathar
condition Uh raotily routlna drill and
abort anrfibomga at tha cloia.
That atlehm laara a rtpatition of taa
tumbilnr wWoh soat Nabraaka at laaat
on cor during tha (4nia at Iimi tu
bown by taa amount of tlma ha toda
Monday "niaUt to Inttrurt tha anuad In
kandllnc (ha ball. 11 llnad both varatty
an4 aubiitutaa up at ona nt f tba flald
nd (av thru a half hour'a work on fall.
'ln on tk baJI and (ollowUtg It up tftar
.H bad beirn thrown towarda tha Una of
tayera. Apparently autufiad with tba
ahoinif tty . made, b then palrad tha
luad off and l.ad froup of twoa and
thre tail on tha ball at tba aauia lima.
It wat rough work, but Hiletim la da-
iturmlned t ahaaa tba fuinbllhc from tha
Ciu-iiti'it.ker aquad and will probably ra-
lP-at tha praollca Turtay and Wfdiifa.
fy nljhu. i
evaral Oat f Liu.
Tha acrlmroM waa abort, owing tq tha
.kbaeno of a number of pi awn fmm
practice, Horubarcef waa oa tna flold,
but in citiaon a oioth, and will probabiy
,b unabi to partidpata In. tba J ay hawker
fania. Potter waa out for tha tirat tlma
,ainre hla Injury, whila alt tba Mlitr mm
bera of tha Uad wfk. working out Tha
xpoaura In tha atorm Baturuay ha r
ulled Hjtifiwoua culdl, tLOi "UjA tUyara
r not jn ha bat iiylealr oondihon,
but by Saturday It la xpaotd that thla
will b ntlrrly eliminated. Htlelim aiao
put In Iudm u n.n In efnamlhg new jilaya.
'Tha Cornhuektr ntantor taw tba Kanaaa
Cain Katuntay, but bad too comment ta
Vraotloa Tuead&y, Wednesday luid
Thurauajf will b wng and hard and will
probably be eairlt on balUnd cioa
Bpvalal Train t Kanaka.'
Manager Eager annunoaa .tltai ba haa
' aoourtd a apeclal U Kanaaa, leaving Llu
om lata Friday evening on (be Union
acfio. Tba round trip will oet (lightly
ver 7. Tn train will get Inle Lawrence
'any Saturday nioin.ng. and returmng
Will leava Lwrace at 10.4 ttaturday
Jtlght, arnvlnif in Uuooin about to o'Uoek
Sunday morning, lis.. Ilea will ba bald
TuekUay and 'I'hurauuy to Inlereat the
,undigia4uatea In Iba trip, and. it la
.probable that tbey will ba accompanied
,ty at leaat MO aiudenta.
Bager alao aanouaoea that autoa will
,a unable to ga.a admlitelon at tba MIohl.
Can gam, and the apac uaualiy devoted
auch partlea will ba taken with atand.
Ing p.aiXoinK. Tba grandatanda will as.
tend the full length of tn field oa both
ekiea. and tha ei.da will ba taken wtUl In
OMAHA WANTS WESTERN
SHOOT AGAIN NEXT YEAR
An application haa ben mad by the
Omaha Qua lu to ta interstate aaaont-
aitlon asking that body to hold tha next
Wtarn Handicap 'hJ4 on' th club's
egrounda n UH It is Utougbt that, the
uccta and large attendance at the last
hoot will c a long way In landing It
for Omaha again nest year.
COUNCIL FLIRTS WITH
DANCE HALL ORDINANCE
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Th danc hall ordinance, read before
tbo city ouaefl In oommltte ' Of th
whole yesterday afternoon, precipe ted a
tumult of argument by warm supporters
and bitter opponents. The ordinance ai
read provided a license of ten dollar per
yeor for all public danc hall and set
th closing hour at 11.30 o'clock, ex
empting all dancia given for fraternal,
educational or charitable purpoeea.
That ordinance won't do," declared
Councilman Funkhouser. "I belong to a
dancing club and we rent the Chamber
3 lancing academy hall one 1u a whllo.
Jt would saalud us." , Tw j other ojua-jfiom
cllmen wer In the same poatuon and
held th earn views.
CouncMmaa Rchroeder '!:
"Pro for morality. Rut this council
Is getting too drastic In Its ordinance.
If you atart that kind of a regulation
tb only thing to do t to prohibit' all
public daae balls and ta d that would
be ciaaa legislation. I've been lt tha
tiaac halls and I've seen aome awful
eights there. And I've alao seen sum
gj4 things, tee."
Mr. Funkhouaer charged th Fir and
Polio Board with attempting to shift
aonn of It responsibility and xprse4
th firm convict! n that th fir and
polio commissioner could regulate Ui
laJ!s under present law If they Waited.
A vote on placing the ordinance on file
was taken with five for and four against.
Pre aid ent ilerka Vv'-4 with th minority
and Hi tl' vol i finally reiulwd In a
retertne to th Judlc'ary commlltc t
draft another ordinance or revise the
one submitted so that It would b accept
He is Not Game
with Fine Showing
; Against Purdue
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IOWA CITY, la,, Nov. li-Spcial )
Tha Iowa team returned from I la vie
totloua trip to Lafayette ytaterday In
fair ahap and ready ta atart bard work
fur tha doting game of the ? n.'
Doth of.tbeaa wilt b played on Iowa
flald, o that the long tripe which hav
hampered tna development of tha tram
by keeping it en the toad almoat naif
of tha time -j6 no lungi r Ij be reckoned
' Tha ihflwlng of tha Hawkeye kgalnt
Pardue, whlia gtnerully anticipated her,
I tha eouroe fog mush eonaTatulat.on
for Coach llawley and hla men. It la
evident that, a laat year, Hawley I)
bringing Mi team tip alowly, and . that
tit the next two week It will reach It
best form Of the araann. Purdue wa ut
terly unable to meet tha Iowa attack
or to make an Imprwwlon agamat tha
Hawkaye dofcnie. on flrat down dur
ing th gamo balng the best the Dcriler
maker could do.
Pnpeatrra her ar claiming third place
In th conference standing for th low
team on It record to dale. Chicago
la tha only contender for th place, and
th record of tb Hawkeya against t"th
Minnesota, ' and rurdue 1a ' the better.
Iowa loat to Minnesota 24 to a, while
Chicago waa beaten a week later on the
name field M to ft. Purdue was beaten
11 to I by Chicago on Marshall field,
while Iowa defeated tha tarn tears' on
It horn ground II to A. Tb Hawkeye
ar oenfldtnt of at leant doubling th
maroon tcor against Northwestern and
thus cllnchlnt their alalia.
FREMONT MAN MAY BUY .
TAC0MA BASE BALL TEAM
l0RTLA?O, Or.t Nov. ll-rppet lal
Teterram-J-tVUIIam M'alton of FTeniont,
Neb , la carrying oa aagcitiaUona that may
result In bis buying tba Tacoma ba.e
ball team. Th deal ha not yet been
ftllta Defeat Harvard.
OILTNKll. Neb.. Nov. U Uriels I. )-
Oiitaer illyh school won from llaivard In
a fast gam of foot ball by a ncore ut II
to . i'ouchdowna: Olitner, ?llrcn and
Ward; Harvard, Turner. Wright ut (J;lt-
nct kicked two fin gnala after both
touchdowns and mad several f-ne for
ward passe to Ward. Ullticer fast right
v gantai Oaskt ta Lincoln.
' Th Routh Omaha High achool team
Will play tha Lincoln academy team at
Uuculii tatuiday aiiernuin and the pack
era ar working bard this wck for the
game. Prof. le of the mathematlca de
paxtmant at the school la coaching th
lads and has whipped out a very creU
ttakl team thi season.
Catches Thief Who
Jama Martin was caught redhanded
by hi Intended victim alien he at
tempted to tnak a geat away after
picking L II. Beaaloy' pocket of a valu
able watch In Hugo Pits' saloon at Four
teenth and Douglas atreeta at t o'clock
Dvasley, who rooma at tha Elk hotel,
strolled In th ealoon and sat do n on
a bench to wl'.e away a few minutes,
tie started to doe but wa awakened
to so a hand clutch hi Hi walcti from
hi pocket, tieasley Jumped up ami cought
Martin going out the door and held hi in
until a policeman waa summoned.
Jacob 8 In ut rt, the oldest employe In
tha federal building, la beginning to think
that aomenna ta making fun of Ills old
ag and good looks. As on of the
watchmen, Ehugart la required to patrol
th lobby of th federal bul.dlu. KilUay
night, short'.y before ( o'clock, a strik
ingly haudsom young woman marched
up to him la th dimly lighted hail and
throwing her arma around his exclaimed,
as she gave him an enlhuilast o hug, 1
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). you dear old man. 1 haven t seen
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y. led tor h,p and th. woman, appar-1
ently covered with confusion apologised.
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stating that she had mistaken him for
omone else. Sunday nUht a woman ,
h had never ea bsfor came to him I
and pourel a ta'. of woe Into his ear,
about the death of her pet bull dog.
Yesterday morning another won an con
tided to him that I ar husband haa fallen
tha Wuduiau of the World bulld-
ing. and that all was sorry he wa not
hp thre peculiar Incident! hav got
ten th old man "oa edge" and he threat
ens la do lolenc to the next person
wl.o approaches h'm. He sutvecls that
th actions of the tlirc wdmen are put
up Job on him by tha younger mploaa.
ahugart haa been In th government serv
ice for over thirty years -id I almost
eighty year of age. H ha several
uiarrlod chlldrtn and th actions of Th
Strang women ar peeving hi exceed
ingy. OLD MAN IS A MAriK FOR
STRANGE PRANKS OF WOMEN
Mil Mareello Majry Morrell, aged O.
a clerk In tha office of Register of
Lie da Ftsnk Y, Bandla, dlid . Sunday
evening at her horn and that of her
parents, Mr. and Mra, Adun Morrell,
V3 South Twenty-fourth street. The f in
ert al will b bald Wednesday morning at
o'clock at St. Peters church. Twenty-
sixth and Leavenworth gltsela, luur.
THK-nEK: OMWHA. TUKNDAY. : KOVEM Mil
OMAHA UNI FIXES UP
BASKET BALL SCHEDULE
At a meeting Of th banket ball man
agrra representing the various schools
and College In the Nebraska Intercol
legiate AMiletio association, held In Lin
coln, schedule for th comlnn basket
ball season wer arranged. Athletic Man
ager Salisbury of tho Vuiverity of Omaha
has drafted th (ol, owing schedule of th
University of Oinuha team:
January S Comer at BctKany Heights.
January Nebraska Wesleyan at Uni
January U Nebraska Welcyan at
February t reru Normal at Peru.
February 10 Kearney st Omaha (tent'
February 1 IlasUniss at Hastings. ,
i'Vbruary It Kearney at Kearney.
February iff Peru Normal att Omaha,
February 28 Outner at Omaha.
March 1-llHstliitta at Omaha.
A its ma Defeats Table Hork
TABLE home. Null . Nm 15 wVH.t.l
In the game of bashet ball played her
neteen Aaains ana Table Hock th visit
or were the winners by a senr of 21 to
Ti. In tha game Charley Uray, on of
the players from Adams, ran Into the
Wall and austalned a broken hose, and
waa for a tlma uncmsolous. but when
restored pluck-ly continued In th gamo
until tb end.
ment will be In St. Mary's eemtery.
Miss MorrtOI recently returned from
Coloiudo, where she had guru In search
of hea'.th. The sit ludu teil.iui.ly affected
her heart aid when she returned to
ri..h, I... ,..,,..liil.,n utta r.n..l.l4iMitlv
wore. lllood pols ii ln: fto-n ineJlclnes
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I believed to havo been the lmm.-uiate
cause of her death. ,
MM MoneU rvjvfd B-p par.
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ent and six brother anil tLtero, Frank,
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Io. Kdivard. n:ia. itadcrlne, and Nellie
M f v mh.
WATER BOARD DELAYS
AC1I0N UNTIL WEDNESDAY
The Omaha Water JUard met yesterday
afternoitn at 4 o'clock tu deoida upon
the anint.nl of the f,!rxt If sue of watir
Aorka bonL but, JnuneUl Uuly uJji.uiiitJ
unt'l Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock
io wait lor lotftroiatu-n from New York.
"We vl.l Wit Vedr.erday," sa.d Pr.
.'ctit liuiior., jo fix tba date fur m
iliut of tondr. are elso tu heir
fi-om Jui'.gn Hon of New Vork on iut
port a nt mattira.", i
PROF, BEnNrVhD FAAENKEL
NOTED SPECIALIST, DEAD
BERLIN. Nov. ll-I'rof. Berohard
Fraenkel, th noted throat specialist, died
her today. For many year be haa been
prominent In th cru-ade against tuber
culofls and haa been a figure In th In
ternational Antl-Tuberculoil congresses
He will be remembered by Americana as
tba apaclallat who was consulted by Col
onel Roosevelt In May, 1'10 regarding a
persistent throat affect on which bad an
noyed the Amer.can ex-presldent during
Ll Kurepeaa twua.
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Foreigners in Tripoli
Are in No Danger
MAR.TILLK. Kibn-e. Nov. ll-Offl-cers
of t,h Aivrlcan cruiser l'l:ester.
which arrived fio:n Tripoli rlaturduy. ar
snr-nlmnu tn the opinion that f rcignera
are In no danrer lharo. Com nander
I tcV.er i I fin van! an official report on
the rltualinn to Waa ilnntin.
officers of the Chester ?ay that durln;
their stay at Tripoli the Turkis'.i bit
leilts located caat of th city wer direct
ing an Ineffective fire arrulnht th Itallun
warship in the roadttead.
The offlcerti tlnna th Italian eintrol
he hltcaiiiin In T: poll a 'id are advancing
lowly Into the interior. Th cholera
t nation In tho city Is bal. but appar
ently th epidemic Is not sorlous among
the Italian forces, i
The neutral, lit prerdon of the Italian
aviation service was that It wa very
if.eetlv in faoiliiaiing th advAn"
movements of lb Italians. Front the
Cheater th aeroplane could ba n
manvuvenng above tb fort In the
harbor and over the aaala, the tree of
which concealed Arab nnd Turks.
Gets Full Divorce
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., Nov. ll-A de
ne of ' absolute divorce today wa
,iantd in th superior couit of thi
ounty to Mra. Louise A. Fletcher Talk
rgton. wife of Booth Tarkington, th
.ivieltvt and pluyatiKlit. Mra Tarkingtjn
aid not asked (or aiiuiaajt
Harvard' three prospect
for Jabs on th All-American
team of H'lt. Above ' Is a
picture of Halfback Wendell
and his famous smile. Be
low Is Captain liob-FlHher,
guard. On the right Is "Bud"
Smith; right end, who waa a
member of last year' All
American. There Is great
rivalry each year on all tha
big eastern tearna to have an
many men as possible picked
for the Atl-Amerlcan.
Although defeated by Prin
ceton, Harvard has some
splendid athletes on Its team
this year and hopes to land
two or three In the coveted
positions on th All-America
Smaller Army Posts
v Will Be Abandoned
LKAVINWOI'.TH. Kan.. Nov. 17
"Ueneralt in eonnnar.d of our army are
not well enough acquainted with their
men," raid Henry L. r'timson, secretary
of war. who, with Major Ocneral Leonard
A. Wood, snivel her today to in-pvet
the Fort Iavenworth post. Iu the Span-
nil-A mei lean war, for Inxtance. the com
manders went to the front without hav
ing seen their subordinate officer."
"Our smaller posts mutt he done away
with nd more men mobilized In ene
pluce It take too long to get th tight
lng tore of thla country together. Anl
when tb nun get 'isgrtner thy are not
CQ,ul!ited." N ,
X.r. tlmsnn staid that after his to'ur of
lnspeet.cn he weuld be ready to announct
what poiis should be abandoned and
what onus si ouid be en arged to acaom
nudate the centralis. ng movtulcnt.
Ready for Meeting
M. L. Goo man af Vest, Neb., t-ocre
tary of th Mid-West Implement Dealers
association which metUs her today,
vvedneaday and Tburaduy, U l:i Omaha
aupe rlntending th insia latlon ot tha Mg
mulau.eet xpoaLlia In tbe Audilorl Jjn.
wblcb wta be an adjunct of th conven
tion. Convention ealoaa will be la lli
Auditorium and th I'axtoa hotel la tbe
ta aiit Ret ,
la th P.oad ,'
! RODGERS FALLS NEAR GOAL
Cross-Continent Flyer Meetj WorV.
MiEh&p Near Los Annexes.
DE0PS 125 FEET INTO FIEIX
Picked Vp llacoaaclona by Motorist
nn Savr the Accident Iu
larles Bald Not to De
LOS ANGELE8, Cal.. Nov. 13-In an
attempted flight Sundayf rom Pasadena v
Long; Beach, officially to end his At'antlc-
Paclfle Journey. Aviator C. P. Rodger
met with the worn tnlahap of hi career,
falling with his machine 1SS feet Into a
plowed field half way between the two
cities and within sight of hi destination.
Although no bones were broken Jtodgers
waa rendered unconscious. He was badly
shaken up, hla face waa scratched and
torn, hi hands war burned by hi motoi
and h complains of a severe pain in bis
aide. His machine wa completely
Rodgers left Tournament park at Pasa
dena at l:M. expecting to fly the twenty
three miles to the beach In as many
minute. H became confused after tak
ing the air and after circling aimlessly
for half an hour came down at Covlna
Junction, a mile further from Long Beach
than the point from which he started.
He took the air again after getting his
bearings and wa following th tracks
of th Pacific slectrto railway when the
In an Isolated Place. '
This waa in an Isolated section and th
first learned of th accident by those
Interested was when an automoMllst who
had set n Rodgers tall and had dragge.t
him out from under th wing of hi
wrecked biplane carried him Into th
office of a physician at Compton. two
noagera waa still unoonctou when
Mr. Rodger, and hla mother. Mra. R. 8,
"'cr, wno naa Deen awaiting hi ar
rival at Long Eeach. reached Comntin
Later he partly regained hi senses, but
wa till too daxed to talk of th acoldcnt.
Me wa put aboard th , special tr.iln
which hi wlfa and mother hud chartered
for the run up from Long Beach an I
taken to Mb hotel at Pasadena, where
two physician were called ,ln.
Injuries Not J'rrnanest.
After an examination tonight 1)1 phyai
clan announced that he would auffcr no
While th cause of th accident will not
be known until Rodger recover auf-
ficently to explain It, It I believed that
a control wire snapped. Inverting the
rudder of his machine and heading Its
hose downward at an angle of trior than
forty-five degrees. Rodger complained
of severe engine trouble when he
lighted at Covlna Junction, but accord
ing to th automoblllst who saw him fall
h wa flying smoothly when th mishap
Fowler Still Waltlaa.
Eli PASO. Tex.. Nor. ll-Av!ator
Robert Q. Fowler today was unable to
continue hi transcontinental flight from
Mastodon, N. M., wher ho wa stranded
In th heavy sand a week owing to the
failure of the railway company to furnish
him with a Tat car from which ha ex
pected to make the accent today.
HI aeroplane wa taken to piece
moved by hand to the railroad track and
rebuilt during the laat few day and ha
hi now ready to resume his flight a soon
as the car is furnished him. This, rail
way officials say, will b done tomorrow.
Flmer Rocheford, Omaha ,..
Kninia Weber, Omaha
John K B ankenshlp. Eouth Omaha.
Nellie O'Connor. South Omaha
Frank K. Strand, South Omaha
Mary Shramek. South Omaha
TMw'.n V. M'cht, Omaoa
Florence Wathburn. Omaha
Nl'es 1. Petersen. Renaon
Flurence A. Uarh, Benson
Forest Mitchell. Omaha
Rc'.l Rroady. New York. N. Y
AKin C Sandon. South Omaha
Jennlo Plnale, Soutn Omana
yriatHno Blcl'eno. Omiha
Sebasuana Innura. Oinuha
Th Key to success n business Is the
Judicious and pemlsient Us of nowppi
THE BEErt WITH A
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something oiUly ditlcrant in th bottl tear Ln juat
a good avr could pot b mad better.
C HEUMAN BKXWU4C COMPANY. La Csaas. Wbw
LERCII & VAN SANDT, Distributor '
Oil South 1 TUa ftU OMAHA. NLil,
By "Bud" Fisher
ADYICE IN CASE OF A FIRE
;ire Chief Salter Makes Some Sug
gestions to Be Followed.
PAMPHLET IS NOW FEINTED
Dthcr titles Are Writing; far Coplea
ot the Hook Which Iln t re- - -ated
Halte a Stir In
A booklet entitled "How to Prevent.
fire and What to Do In Cas of Bam,",
fire warden and distributed gratuitously
among business men haa created a stir
n other rlllim m nA rfiila f,tr itntilfea have
beon received frotn tr-.irt Wnvne.. JLurnra.
lndlannpall and Cincinnati. A few of the
books were taken to the. convention of
fire chiefs In Milwaukee and since, thed
Commissioner Wapplch and Chief Salter
hav received score ot requests for the
In the ' pamphlet Chief Baiter makes
some of the following suggestions: ,
In case of fire never hesitate to call
out tha department, but do not call It out
Olv th nearest cross street when
Sending In an alam and b in hand to,
direct the firemen to the fir if it 1 inside,
and not visible from without.
In scndlnK in an alarm speak , dis
tinctly and know that the correct address
has been received by the operator.
Observe these rule it in a hotel or
building whefn fire breaks out ',
Crawl on the floor. The clearest air Is
the lowest In tha room. . Cover head with
a wrap, wet If possible. Don't get excited.
' Familiarise yourself with all entrances
At the cry of "fire" keep cool.. Open
windows from the top and keep the door
hut. Don't Jump unless It is the lust
chance. . '.'
Neves co to the roof 'unless', forced to".
and If through flames stuff a wet towel
In tif.nr mnn h MnA fa-oath. thrnnrli It
Tha chief follow these rules with ad
vice to hotel proprietor and - lodging
house keepers in preventing fire and ex
tinguishing them beforethey hav gained
control of the building.
Deaf Hoys to Lincoln ' '
Th Deaf Institute eleven Is practicing
hard this week In preparation for the
game with the Lincoln j-ilirh school war-,
rlor at , Lincoln (Saturday afternoon.
Coach Bcely s putting the deaf lad
through a stiff Une of play every after
noon from 6 to S a'clovk.
HOME CURE FOR
Do not waste time nor take chances
of becoming a cripple or helpless,
gatherer frotn Rheumatism by trying
to cure the disease with external ap
plications "clone. Such treatment
sometimes gives relief from the
severe pain, or may reduce the
inflammation of a swollen joint or
muscle, but the effect cannot be more
than temporary. Each day the cause
is allowed to remain in the system
Rheumatism gets a firmer hold on
its victim. Purify your blood of the
inflammatory uric acid and then yon
will cure the disease permanently.
The system will respond more quicLly
nnd surely to S. S. S. than any other
treatment. This great blood purifier
possesses the penetrating qualities
necessary to drive out every, trace (
crate matter from the circulation and
build the blood up to a nourishing
and healthful condition. Only pura
blood can overcome Rheumatism, and
S. S. S. surely creates pure blood.
Thousands have cured themselves of
Rheumatism by using 8. S. 3., a
medicine made entirely of roots,
lirrKa ami Vi.iiL-sr rin harmful mineral
enters into its composition, and
S. S. S. is therefore sate for any onf
to use. Write for our book on Rheu
matism and ask for any special med.
ical advice. No charge for cither.
S. S. S. is sold at drug stores.
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