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rTHE BEE: OMAHA. MONDAY, MARC1I 18, 1912.
V MANY CONTESTS T.R.'S HOPE
Objection to Iit Delegates Will
Go to latioKal Committee.
XAKAGESS KAXE EIYAL CLAIMS
MeKlak rahltasies Tabulated Estl-
gTaewlmg Haadred Thtrtr
no Odfnln far Taft aad
Thirteen for iMtmll.
WASHIXOTOX. March '--Contest
against Taft delegates (rem all aoutbcra
states to th republican national coa
ventloa will be taken before the national
committee la Juno by the Roosevelt
forces, according to a statement given
out here todar over the signature of
Senator Joseph M. Dixon, Colonel Koose
velt't campaign manager.
The announcement makes the definite
statement that "la overjr southern state.
and in almost every district in those
states which have ctecteir delegates to
date, contests mil com before the na
tional committee.' .
The purpose of the Roosevelt managers
to attempt the overthrow all of Presi
dent Taft's southern strength before it
can be seated In the Chicago convention
Is further born out by tables contained
In the Dbton statement. -
The Dixon estimates give Colonel
Roosevelt forty-four delegates and con
cede but fourteen to President Taft. The
Taft delegates from southern states.
eighty-four Ir number, are placed In. the
"contested c lumn." .
Thl eta for Roosevelt.
Director V tillam B. McKinley of Pres
ident TaftV campaign committee, who
also published a tabulated estimate of
strength today, claimed 121 delegates for
the president and conceded but thirteen
to Colonel Roosevelt. The only Item upon
which the widely divergent statements of
the campaign managers agree Is the eon
cession of two delegates from the Seventh
Iowa district to Senator Cummins. Sen
ator Dixon's statement says that con
testa will be made In all southern states
because most of the conventions "have
been called and controlled by Officehold
ers and have been illegal and fraudulent,
both in character and. methods and tan
tics pursued." .
"Convincing proof of this fact will be
presented - to the national committee,'
added Senator Dixon, "by tha delegates
Instructed for Colonel Roosevelt, none ml
them officeholders) elected by legal and
proper methods and In accordance with
the call of the national committee.
"It Is apparent that the Taft managers
propose to carry the plan of contesting
delegates Into northern states la order to
cloud conditions. This Is demoralising to
the party, but the Issue as thus made
will be met with vigor.
"In adopting this plan ths Taft man
agers have assured a decision of the con
tests on their merits. Northern states
and districts never will submit to the
man-handling of their delegates through
bogus contests. When ths national com
mittee Is confronted with the necessity
of making fair decisions in northern dis
tricts It will estsbltsh precedents that
must Insure fair decisions In the southern
Ths Taft claims as given out by Di
rector ltcKlnley concede contests In the
following congressional districts: First
Georgia, Third Virginia, Third and Fifth
Missouri and Third Oklahoma, This
makes a total of tea .delegates.
The Roosevelt statement, declares that
ths following delegates, now claimed by
ths Taft forces, will be contested: Ala
bama, 14; District of Columbia, I: Flor
Ida. 11; Georgia, M; South Carolina, ;
Tennessee, 11; Virgins, U.
"The conventions in ths southern states
were all called and held strictly la con
formity with the call Issued by ths na
tional committee," said Mr. McKinley to
night "So far as ws know the Roose
velt supporters went Into those conven
tions and mads their fight; it they have
held separate conventions and sleeted
other delegates we have not been ad
vised of the fact': . .
RBSl'LT ' OS COI'SCIL SECRET
Roosevelt Denies glory that Dlxoa
Is to Bo gaaerseded.
OYSTER BAT, N. T.. March 17. Back
from tha meeting In New York with his
political lieutenants. Colonel Itoosevelt
retired to Sagamore Hill today, "saying he
hoped he would not have to talk politics
before Tuesday, when he goes to New
Tork again. He probably will remain m
ths city most of next wek. The colonel
was still determined not to reveal tha re
sults of ths conference of last night He
as told that ths impression bad gone
out that last night's meeting was of un
usual importance and was urgedto out
line ths subjects which were brought up.
"We Just wanted to get the leaders to
gether,' he said.
One of the main things considered, he
continued, was tha speeches he was to
make, but no decision had been reached
as to the number or speeches or where
' they will be delivered.
-Colonel Roosevelt made It plain that
Senator Dlxoa la commander-in-chief of
ths Roosevelt forces. Hs wss told of a
report beard In New York after the
conference that ths senator wss to bo
superseded. Ths name of Ormsby . Mc
Harg. who bss been working tha south
for Roosevelt wss mentioned as Senator
Dixon's possible successor.
Dtxoa Still ta AntaerltT.
"That Is practically absurd," bs said.
One of ths mala reasons why Senator
Dixon cams on from Washington last
night was to discuss ths wools campaign
situation. Ths senator wanted to meet
thy leaders, particularly those from New
York and Chicago. Ha la to bs la com
plete charge. Chicago and Now Tork
will bs substations and Washington will
be the exchange. Senator Dixon will be
Glass before Breakfast
tones up the stomach, clears
the head and does you good.
NATURAL LAXATIVE faiSj
la authority, and his word will bo abso
lute." Colonel Roosevelt was asked what Mr.
McHarfs work would be. It .was an
nounced earner in the day that as was
to go to Washingtaa as Bens tor Dixon's
"1 ha vent ssea Mr. McHarg.- said
Colonel Roosevelt- "Mr. McHarg worked
for William I Ward-I think It was Mr.
Ward. That baa been say understanding,
although I doat know anything about
Although Colonel Roosevelt would make
no predictions as to the outcome of the
republican national convention, be aatd
he waa certain his opponents wars claim
ing delegates they would not get
Before bs left New Tork Colonel Roose
velt talked with Senator Dixon, Alex
ander Revel! of Chicago, chairman of the
Roosevelt national committee, Charles H.
DueU. president of the New Tork City
committee, and Walter Brown, chairman
of the Ohio' republican stats central
movement, but', waa silent when asked
what developed at last night's conference.
TAFT DELEGATES ISSTRVCTetD
Seventh Indiana aad Ninth Ataaasaa
INDIANAPOLIS, March n.-Supportars
of the renomlnatlon of President Taft
controlled tha Seventh congressional dis
trict republican convention yesterday and
elected as their candidates for delegates
to the national convention Mayor Lew
Shank and William E. English of this
city by a vote of MS to t. Resolutions
were adopted Instructing ths delegates to
vols for President Taft and condemning
the "political theories of recall of the
judiciary or Judicial opinions and ths
presidential third term."
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. March ll.-Nlnth
district delegates, to the republican na
tional convention: James Sloan and J. B.
Carter. Instructed for Taft
DE3 MOINES, March 17. v- Special Tele
gram. rIn repubUonn "county conventions
held In Iowa yesterday Taft carried John
son. Jefferson, Louisa, Henry and Das
Moines ountles said Camming.. Washing
ton and Buena Vista, Caucus results
Indicate that Taft will have the delegation
from Woodbury and Van Buren and that
Cummins will nave delegations from
Franklin. Tama, Sac and Pocahontas, All
these counties went as they did In ths
convention two years ago.
The Johnson county convention Indorsed
Judge McClalns for renomlnatlon to the
supreme bench, the Jefferson county con
vention Indorsed Senator Allen for secre
tary of stats and Washington eounty
Indorsed Clifford Thorns for congress.
Four democratic county conventions In
structed for Champ Clark, Wapello. Ma
haska. Decatur and Tama, and ths Sioux
delegation Is divided, with both sides
claiming ths most Ths Mahaska demo
cratic convention passed a resolution
complimentary to W, J. Bryan, but did
not Instruct '
The results of ths conventions In the
First district today. It la conceded, give
ths Taft adherents control of ths district
convention to .be neld at Burlington,
SPEAKERS ACTIVE I3f DAKOTA
Rsosevs.lt Faroes . aad La Fellette
Strive for Primary Votes.
FARGO, a N., March II.-With the
first state preferential primary little
mors "than forty-eight hours distant
Roosevelt and La Foilette to roes In North
Dakota last Bight redoubled their efforts
to get their, claims before ths clttseha
and to secure a large vote oB Tuesday.
More than a score 6X speakers, repre
senting both sides of ths tight addressed-
gatherings In all sections of the state
today and prepared tor a final onslaught
Senator La Foilette delivered four
speeches hers and one In Grand Forks
today and tonight Both -Walter u Hou
ser, manager for Senator La Foilette, and
John T. Bass, member of ths Roosevelt
national committee, were on ths ground
today and Issued statements regarding
the situation as they saw It tonight
Mr. : La Fellette, accompanied by his
wife and secretary. Miss Nellie Dunn,
left tonight for Grand Forks and will go
on to Devil's lake and Minot, where the
senator will wind up- his campaign on
Monday, after which hs will, return to
Washington for a few days' rest before
going to Nebraska, Oregon and California
for stumping campaigns there.
NEBRASKA'SJFIRST SON TALKS
Samuel P. Merrill ia Pulpit at Cal
vary Baptist Church.
KARLT SATS A& RECALLED
Aged Minister, First Watte Child
Bora la This Stats, Talks of Tints)
' ' Whew West Waa Matl!
Wild. , " - '
At Calvary Baptist church Sunday
morning lbs pulpit was occupied by Rav.
Samuel P. Merrill, of Rochester, N. Y.,
ths first whits man bora la Nebraska.
Rev. Mr. Merrill Is In tha city, the guest
of Dr. and Mrs. Mllroy. and . being a
Baptist clergyman, he was Induced te
talk to the Calvary people. His address
was brief, dealing to a large extent with
his recollections of Incidents In connec
tion with the early days when Nebraska,
was a wilderness inhabited only by. wild
beasts aad still wilder men, '
Rev. Mr. Merrill recounted the tact
that hs waa bora at Bellevus in US and
at- a time when his father and mother
ware both missionaries among the In
dians, his father having left tha east In
IKS together with his young wife, both
entering ths missionary field, first stop
ping in Missouri and later coming to Ne
braska. That he should have become a minister.
Rev. Mr. Merrill thought was most
natural, as his father and his uncles wars
engaged 1n religious work. Tha speaker
told of coming from prolific stock, his
father and mother each being one of a
family of thirteen, but expressed ths
opinion that in those days "thirteen" was
not considered an unlucky number,
. Many Miles la Interior.
Born la ISJ5, Rev. Mr. Merrill stated
that at the Urns Bellevus wss as, miles
from any whits settlement and that In
order to reach It It was necessary to pass
through a country Inhabited only by In
diana, At ths time there were aoms boats
on ths Missouri river, but they were few
and passed Bellevus at Irregular Inter
vals. During hit boyhood days la Belle
vus ths family lived la a small log bouse
one story high, with aa attic, which was
reached by way of a ladder. Into this,
when there was a prospect of an attack
by ths Indiana, hs and his mother
climbed, drawing ths ladder up after
them, ths men of ths household remain
ing below to do ths fighting when neces
sary. By reason of exposure during Inclement
weather ths father of Rev. Mr. Merrill
died seven years after commencing his
missionary work at Bellevus and subse
quently ths family returned to New York.
Some years ago whea Rev. Mr. Merrill's
mother became helpless on account of
afflictions Incident to old ags hs placed
her In a hospital In Rochester, aad this
furnished tha subject for his text, hs
designating ths church of .God ss the
great hospital, the denominations and ths
houses of worship ss ths wards, with
Christ yie physician In charge of all,
laboring to relieve ths Inmates of em, ths
dlsessw with which all are afflicted.
WOMEN 1.1 ROOSEVELT CLIB
Lea gee Temporarily Organised la
tall tenia by 'okitss. .
SAN FRANCISCO, March U.-The Wo
men's Roosevelt league of California was
organised temporarily here yesterday la a
gathering at which Governor Hiram W.
Johnson was ths principal speaker.
Permanent organisation la to bs effected
at an early data.
Ths meeting was. called by Baa Fran
cisco club women. Miss Helen Todd,
formerly deputy stats factory inspector
of Illinois and now a special Inspector
for ths California Stats Labor . commis
sion, waa ths principal woman speaker.
Resolutions pledging "enthusiastic and
undivided support" to former President
Roosevelt were adopted. '
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt jr..
attended the meeting and followed the
proceedings with Interest Mrs. Johnson,
wile or uovernor Johnson, also waa
Dalba Says No One
Else is Implicated
ROME, March I. Several arrests have
been made m connection with the attempt
to assaslnats King Victor Emmanuel
last week. Among ths prisoners Is Nicho
las Tad to, a Roumanian, who was m
tloned in a report sent ths government
by the Italian consulate at Geneva re
cently aa being connected with a plot
hatched there to km the king. Premier
GiolltU and foreign minister Di Ban
Glullano. Tactto was arrested la Rome.
Antonio Dalba, who fired ths shots at
ths king, was Interrogated again regard
ing ths attempted assassination. He ad
mitted that hs had indulged In target
practice preparatory to his attempt to
kill the king. Ke again insisted that he
alone wss responsible for. his attempt
Some persons believe Dalba's mind has
been affected by the Turco-Italiaa war.
It Is ssld that after reading aa account
of the butt fight between the Turks and
Iallans at Deraa,' Dalba exclaimed: "How
many men are seat to ths front to be
Children are much mors likely to con
tract ths contagious diseases whea they
have colds. Whooping cough, diptoeria,
scarlet fever - and consumption are -dis
ss that are often contracted whea the
eblld baa a cold. That Is way all medical
authorities gay beware of esida. For the
quick -cere of colds yew will trad
nothing better than Chamberlain's Cbugts
Remedy. It can always be depended
upon and Is pleasant and safe te taka
For sals by all
Director of Mint
(From a Staff Correspondent)
WASHINGTON, March 17.-8peclal Tel
egram.) Director of the Mint George K
Roberts yesterday attacked ths alleged
"Joker in tha monetary commission cur
rency scheme denounced by. Rapresotita
Uvs Und burgh of Minnesota, declaring
that Mr. Llndburgh's "discovery" showed
total Ignorance of tha banking and cur
"Mr, Lwdburgh seems not to know
that government bonds are free from
taxation now and always bars been,'
said Mr. Roberts.
"All ths outstanding bonds ' of the
United States were sold upon ths express
condition, contained In tns statutes au
thorising them, that they shall bs exempt
frpra ths payment of all taxes and duties
of the United States as well aa from In
any form by or under stats, municipal
or local authority.
"It has always been possible tor the
money trust' or anybody else to es-
caps taxation by Investing In government
bonds, but very few persons have eared
for a l per cent Investment even upon
those terms, and the bonds have passed
almost wholly Into ths hands of national
banks. They pay a tax of H of 1 per
cent upon their note Issues, and tha
monetary commission plan provides that
when ths national reserve association
takes over the right of Issue the tax
shall bs Increased to V& per cent Ths
statutes of bonds In private hands Is
not touched by the commission plan.".
HOLDUPS RESUME ACTIVITY
IN STREETS OF NEW YORK
NEW TORK. March I7.-Thsra waa a
recurrence today of tha recent epidemic
of holdups, when thugs attacked a girl
messenger at ths door of a Bowery bank
and assaulted and robbed a jeweler of
1. on a Harlem root Both crimes
were accompanied Ay desperate fights
between robbers and ths ponce, which
resulted In five arrests.
Miss Hla C. Nlchol, messenger for
supply, concern, waa leaving tha bank
with a t payroll In her muff, whea four
men wrenched It from her grasp and1
ran. They were cornered by detectives
and after a fight were arrested and the
money found on one of tns men.
(Museppt de Lucca, aa Itinerant jeweler,
was followed by four men to aa apart
ment bouse, savagely beaten and robbed
of a satchel containing SI, 000 worth of
Jewelry. They dashed down to ths street.
The man with ths satchel was overtaka
by a policeman. Tns two fought desper
ately, but ths robber was finally sub
dued with a nightstick. Ths Jewels were
Guilty of robbery in tha first degree
wss ths verdict returned today by the
Jury that tried Gene Monuni. the chauf
feur in the taxicab holdup of February
It, when two messengers of ths East
River National bank were robbed of Cfv
ON- With the verdict wss coupled a
recommendation of mercy. Montaal waa
remanded for sentence on Monday.
PIONEER STAGE DRIVER
DIES IN GUTHRIE CENTER
GLTHHIB CENTER. Is., March 17.-
Isaae Swank, who In Iowa's pioneer days
drove a stags between Omaha and Dea
Moines, died at his homo here tonight
aged 8f years. When Swank first came
to Iowa he refused to trade a span of
horses for land now occupied by the Iowa
Owe Deatk frees Wreck.
WATERLOO. Ia.. March 17. Andrew
Bennett of Bryant 8- D , who was Injured
la the wreck that occurred on the Chi
cago Great Western railroad near
Dunketton. Ia., Thursday morning, died
tonight This Is the only death resulting
from tns accident
"Sty to tha utuatJoa-Bws advertising i
Dead in Transit
SIDNEY, Neb., March 17.-Snecial Tel
egram.) A valuable carload of emigrant
movables arrived hers this morning oa a
Uaioa Pacific freight train, ths property
at W. C Brow a. prassdeat st ths New
Tork Central railroad! It contained a
let sf Jersey cattle, oa their way to the
reach of Mr. Brown at Gooding, Idaho.
Whea the car. waa opened here they
found a Jersey bull, valued at ROO. and
a high-priced cow dead. The car was In
charge of W. C. Callaway, who claims
that rough handling of ths train between
North Platte and Sidney was responsible
for tha loss sustained.
The Union Pacific claim agent Is now
snaking aa investigation.
PICKING BALANCED TICKET
Task that Stumps CitiMns' TTnioi
' Executive Committee.
IDEAL CANDIDATES DECU3E
Several Approached aad Proffered
Jioaor af talon's support Tarn
Down tnbcoansnlttet What
The Citiaens union executive commit
tee Is up In ths air to a large degree over
the selection of a sot of candidates to
which it will give the endorsement of the
organisation, it has a definite Idea aa
to just what sort of a slats It wants to
present to ths voters as Its preference for
eommlsslonsra to bo voted on at the pri
maries, but It is also having much diffi
culty la securing Just the sort of men it
A subcommittee of ths executive com
mittee went abroad during ths week to
seek out certain Meal candidates, and ap
proached several Omaha business men
of prominence, offering to give ths ea
doreement of the union It they would
accept the sains and flit for ths of flea.
And In each instance was the offer turned
down. A member who Is sloes to ths in
side, workings of the union con f eases that
ths committee Is puixled by Its task.
After Balanced Tirket.
"What ws are trying to get M a bal
anced ticket ho said, "one. that will
bs strong, will appeal to all, and will pre
sent ss few grounds tor objection aa pos
sible. Ws want to have on the ticket at
least one Catholic, ons Swede, one, labor
union man. and ws da not want them
to all cores from ons part of town; neither
do wa want to .have all democrats, nor
This member admitted that the execu
tive committee considered the list of
prospective candidates, and without watt
ing for ths result of the referendum
asked from ths general membership of
the union, cut out fifty names ss not
entitled to consideration under any cir
cumstances. It waa after this action that
ths committee went forth to secure one
man who would be promised support for
ths otflcs of mayor. If he would consent
to run, and was met with refusal ta each
!H0 PAY FOR JURY'S RECESS
Grand Juron Allowed No Money for
- Week's Vacation.
. Pablteltr Coasssltteo Bulletin.
Last night the publicity department of
ths anion Issued Its regular weekly proc
lamation, setting forth the fact that ths
work of selecting the slate ia still under
way, and that It mil perhaps be several
days yet before the names picked are an
nounced. The publicity committee says:
"It may not be out of plsos to call at
tention to the enormous difficulty at
tendant upon selecting a ticket which
will be svsa fairly satisfactory to
ths entire electorate. All sections
of the city must be considered. All shades
of political, social and economic opinion
must bo reckoned with. In balancing this
and many other clrcnmstansces which
arise, many good men mast necessarily
bs passed by."
The committee calls attention to the
mass meeting which will bs held at the
Auditorium oa Wednesday. March 91
Warren Swltsler will preside and W. F.
Baxter will explain ths objects of the
Cltlsens' union. W. F. Ouriey will de
liver an address on the responsibilities of
cltlssnshlp and W. J. Bryan will close
ths program with an address.
Three Cruisers Sent
to Philippine Isles
WASHINGTON, March K.-Slgnlficsat
orders were Issued from ths Navy de
partment today directing three of the big
armored cruisers sf ths Pacific fleet to
proceed at ones to ths Philippine Islands
for an indeflnlts stay.
Ths Navy department will not admit
that ths big vessels are to bs attached
to the Aslatla fleet but their arrival In
ths orient will give ths United States tha
most powerful foreign fleet, excepting
that of Japan, In touch with Chinese
waters. Ths vessels ordered to ths Philip
pines are ths flagship California, the
South Dakota aad Colorado, Bow at
Ths vessels will go to Olongopo, where
they will dock and hold their spring tar
get practice. Later ths supply ship
Glacier will Join them.
ROBEST SMITH MAKES DECISION
Foresnaa Gelger, However, Says His
Fellows Will Not laslst aa
Pay tor the Tinse They
, ' test.
Members of the Douglas county grand
Jury will not Insist that they be paid
their per diem tor their week's recess.
When the grand Jurors reported for
their psy yesterday afternoon. Ilany
Pearce. Jury and witness clerk, told them
he could not pay thera tor tnelr week's
recess. Neither could he psy thetjurors
who were absent ths first halt of last
week. Mr. Pearce took this position
under Instruction of Robert Smith, clerk
of the district court Mr. Smith had
asked County Attorney English tor an
opinion as to whether or not Jurors
should be paid for their week's recess,
but no reply from the county attorney
had been received.
John W. Gelger, foreman of the grand
Jury, ex plained that the recess wss taken
for several members of ths grand Jury
who hold responsible positions and whose
work suffered by their absence. Other
members are paid-nothing by then- em
ployers while they are serving on the
grand Jury, and during the week's recess
as wtll as during other weeks they had
to pay substitutes to do their work. Even
though there was a recess the first week
la March. Uey had to pay their substi
tutes. "Had we known there would be any
serious objection," said Foremaa Gelger,
"ws would not have asked for the money,
and since Mr. Smith thinks H Is quos
ttonable whether we should be paid sr
not, ws will not Insist that ws bs paid."
MEN TRY TO BREAK INTO
GERMAN FORT AND ARE SHOT
March 17. Sentries at ths fortifications
hers today shot and killed two men at
tempting to break Into ons of ths forts
MO-ranm of ocauur srigAatama.
. ' AtrMl. lalles.
lNEW TORK remits St. Lasla
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. for Men
Health and strength hitherto,
unknown will bs felt surging in
rich red blood through the ar
teries and veins and life's great
est ambltiona may be realised aa
never before. If the following
special treatment la followed by
those men, and woman, too, who
are stricken with that aveet
dreaded of all afflictions, nerv
ous exhaustion, acoompanted with
such symptoms as extreme nerv
ousness, insomnia, cold extremi
ties, mslanonella, headaches, con
stipation and dyspepsia, kldnsy
troupls, dreadful dreatna ot dire '
ful disasters, timidity In ventur
ing and a general Inability to
act naturally at all times as
other people do. Lack of poise
and equilibrium In men Is a con
stant acurce st embarrassment
even whan ths public least sus
pects it. Por the benefit sf
those who want a restoration to
full, bounding health and all ths
happiness accompanying It, the
following home treatment is
Riven.' lt contains no opiates or
ablt-formlng druga whatever.
Mix it at home and on one will be
the wiser as to your affliction.
Tha treatnmt Is simple, thor
ough and correct Leading drug
gists aupply the main tincturea.
ss tracts and essences in one
ounce bottles, ready to mix. Get
three ounces syrup sarseparllla
compound, mix with one ounce .
sompound fluid bslmwert, and
stand tws hours Add one eunoe
compound assenos cardlol, aad
ons ounos tincture card omens
eom pound not cardamom). 8hake
well and take a teaapoonful after
each meal and one at bed u ma
The Insredlenta are used for
Tbe above prescription Is manu
factured by ths wsll known phar
maceutical house, Preecrlption
Products Cs Daytoa. Ohio.
A HARMLESS WAY TO
DARKEN THE HAIR
A little Sage and Sulpfiur
Makes Graf Hair Vaniah-A
Bemedy for all Hair Troubles.
Whs does not know ths value sf Bags
sad Sulphur for keeping taa hair dark,
soft and glassy and hi good oaadttloa?
As a matter of tact, Butphur Is a natural
element of hair, aad dsflclanay af It In
lbs hair ia held by many scalp sptiilsllais
la bs sonnsoted with less of eoier aad
vitality of ths hair. Unquestionably, there
Is as bettor remedy far hair aad snalp
troubles, esnocisriy premature giaiasat.
than Bags and Sulphur. If properly pre
pared. Ths Wyoth Chemical Company af Mow
Tork put out an Meal preparation of this
kind, called Wyeth's Bags and Sulphur
Hair Remedy, In which Bags and Snlpnar
are combined with other valuable rams
diss tor keeping the hair and scalp la
clean, healthy Condi tl n.
If your hair la loosing Its color af astt
etaatlr coating out. or It you are trousted
with dandruff or dry. itchy scalp got a fifty
osnt bottle of Wyeth's,8sgs and Sulphur
from your druggist, use H according ta
ths simple directions, and ses whs a dh
feronoa a few days' treatment will limits
la tha apoearanes sf your hair.
All arogglBta ssQ M, under gwansatas
that the money win ss refunded tf taa
retnsdy Is not exactly ss lepi esaubtd.
Special agent, anartnaa at
OMAHA PEOPLE ,
SHOULD TRY THIS
Ths Sherman dt McConnetl Drug Ca
Cor. 16th and Dodge. Cor. lilh and Bar
ney, Cor. Mth and Famem. 27-i No.
ltth 8t. Loyal Hotel, atates that aay
ons who has constipation, sour stomach,
or gas on tns stomach, should try sim
ple buckthorn bark, glycerine, ate. as
compounded in Adler-l-ka, the new Ger
man Appendkitla remedy. A 8INOLS
DOSE brings relief almost TN8TANTLT
snd Omaha people are surprised bow
QUICKLY It helps. This aim pie remedy
sntlseptlciaes the digestlva organs sad
draws off the Impurities, The Shor.
man A McConnetl Drug Co., Cor. ltk .
and Dodge. Cor. ltth and Harney, Cor.
ltth aad rtnsnny, 1J-I lis. ltkj,St,
Loyal Jar- -
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