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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 127. 1912.
SPIRIT OF YOUTH CAN
i UCOV riPiiv dc nrpTnnrnl
itni uoili dc nwiuncu
New Tonic Auisti Nature in Throw
. inj Off Kan Sown Condition.
KEEDY SLEETS GREAT SUCCESS
rlaaw lalfd Sires', Cm Ulges
' Mere Vitality u OriTra
ir Deseoadeat Feeling
, There Is no use lor bring ail "rua
to""-" If you feel tired most -of the
time with a poor appetite ami bad di
gestion, you are debilitated and nature
needs some assistance In throwing off this
Tona Vita." the modem tonic. Is a
sure means of overcomlnc this trouble.
Many thousands of half sick, listless,
nerrous men and women, who lacked vi
tality and energy, have actually been
made over by this splendid medicine.
Tona Vita" was only recently Intro
duced In this country, yet the sale of it is
now tremendous and still growing. It la
certain no medicine could be so success
ful unless It wss accomplishing remark
able results. "Tona V:ta" is accomplish
ing remarkable results. It overcomes ner
vous debility In a few weeks time, and
bring back the old energetic spirit that
it brings restful sleep, good digestion,
mora vitality and drives away the list
less despondent feelings so quickly that
it will positively sstonlsh you.. Don't drag
around half sick any longer. Let Tona
Mta build you up and restore your
strength and vitality.
There is sn agent in every city, who
will return the purchase price to you If
the tonic falls to completely build you up.
Lea's Rhubarb Laxative la the assist
ant remedy to be used with Tona Vita In
caseaof chonte constipation. This medi
cine contains the splendid medicinal vlr
ture of rhubarb, the finest of all natural
laxatives. Harsh drugs strain the intes
tines, while rhubarb, equally effective,
has a tonic effect on the entire bowel
tract Lee's Rhubarb Laxative is an Ideal
family medicine and should be used in
preference to any other laxative for
Ultdren. The taste is verv nleaeant.
Tona Vita and Lee's Rhubarb laxative
are sold In Omaha by Sherman Mo
Conneil Drug Co., 16th and Dodge Sts.;
Owl Drug Co., Kth and Hsrney 8ts.: Har
vard Pharmacy, itth and Fa mam Sis,
and Loyal Pharmacy. 307-9 North Itith Bt.
Skidding is due to
a film of mud or
water or grease
between the tire
and the pavement
Cut through and
clean away hs film
and the Hrs wor't
Easier said than
done in fact tha
the only one
that does It.
Safety Tread Tire
is a year-round
tire, greater in
mileage evTi than
Al Your Dealer's or
THE' DIAMOND STORE
810 South 80th Bt-, Omaha.
ALWAYS THE SAME
Ask Your Grocer
f Send Yob a
Case of Blatz,
or order direct
from distribnting point.
TI!K OMAHA BEE
IT :.lm cl-aa news
at cieaa - adrertialiig.
aamiimii s s na.sha I
a asm leeagtaseeea I
" BREWED If
jMALONEY WINS IN BLUFFS
j Democrat Mayor Ec-E) extra1 Over
Hess, Republican, by 350.
OTHER OFFICES ARE DIVIDED
D. E. Staart, Republican, Elected
City gexiiettar. While far Alder
snee-at-Larce Stew a
Evaas At Chaara.
rcw BLOTr-m orrrctai.
Maya xaessaa ataloaey. data.
I City solicitor D. X. ataart, rep.
vny treasarer r. x. ap.
City aadttor t. F. XeAneaey, rep.
Otty sagmeer M. T. Btlmaon, dam.
Otty assessor.... W. S. erSte, asm.
Far! commissioner. . . .J. J. Brows, Sana.
aUdsrmaB-at-large W. A. atone, rep.
aUdsrsaaa-at-large. I Xee atvens, das.
lint ward O. t. xtardlag, rep.
aesoaa ward B. St. aTnber, desa.
Third ward... W. riaher, deaa.
fourth ward rraah Seese, dsns.
Fifth ward T. T. Tlood, dam.
autk ward W. C Boysr, dasa.
, Thomas Maloney, tmociet, won tor
mayor In Council Bluffs yesterday over
J. P. Hess, republican, by a majority that
will be between 3M and SS votes when
three mining precincts out of the four
teen in the Bluffs have been counted.
The republicans elected four out of th
nine offices chosen at large.
'The mayoralty contest, a as warmly
waged, the republican candidate malt In
a strong Inroad into the strength of the
democratic Incumbent. The First pre
cinct of the First ward was carried by
Hess, a precinct in which the demo
crats have heretofore been able to hold
swsy. The remainder of the ward re
mained firm and contributed not a little
to Mayor Maloney's victory. The vote
la unreported from the First precinct of
the Second and from the First and Second
precincts ot the Sixth on all offices
elected at large.
There was no contest on the offices of
auditor and engineer. 1
The socialist vote In the city was in
the neighborhood of 900. The notable
feature of this vote was the endorsement
given D. Jensen, socialist candidate for
councilman In the Second precinct of the
Fifth ward, his home, where he received
IX votes, more than both ot the oihei
LIBERALS WIX I DES StOlNEf
Mayor Haaaa and ronaellsaaa Hat
Reelected ef Old Officials,
(From a Staff Corespondent.)
DES MOINES, la.. March Jt -(Specie.
Telegram.) In yesterday's election an
Immense vote waa cast, Mayor Hanna
winning easily over Dr. Duhlgg, by two
to one. the result being a victory lor
labor with the endosement of a more
liberal policy In the city.
Mayor James R. Hanna polled 10.7?.
votes, while his opponent. Dr. Thomas
Duhlgg. received (,W1 votes.
Only one member of the old city coun
cil, Zell O. Roe. was re-elected.
The new members of the city council
are: rollce Judge, rred van ucw; w.
Q. Keedhsm. a printer, who was sup
ported by the lsbor unions ot the city,
and J. I. Myerly, formerly postmaster oi
John Mac Vicar, the advocate of the
commission form of munclpsl government
amTmember of the old city council, was
second low man, Councilman Wesley Ash,
former mine official, received the lowest
Charles Schramm, head of tha city
finance derailment, made a good show
ing, but fell below the required number.
John L. Hamery. who was defeated two
years ago, waa to votes short of election. '
This was the third election under the
commlsrlon form ot muncipal govern
ment. Smith la gloss City.
SIOUX CITY, la., March Sa-A. A.
Smith wss re-elected mayor yesterday
over Jonsthan W. Drown by one of the
closest votes in the city's history, his
lead bring less than i:0 votes.
O. B. llealy and K. O. Wesley were
re-elected councllmen. The tight for
the other two commissioners is between
Charles O'Shonessy, Ed Evans and W. E.
True, all three running within 100 votes
of each other In returns received up to
I N o'clock.
Mayor 8mlth Is serving his first term
under the commission plan. Ills friends
claim his victory Is due to sf successful
administration In the psst two years.
Barllsatea Dawai Socialists.
BI RLINOTON. Ia., March H-8peclal
Telegram.) Today Burlington elected an
antl-eodallM party council after a bitter
campaign in which the laboring element
rlded with the socialists. Frank Nor
ton received W majority over J. F.
Kchuirmann, tha soclsllst candidate for
Rath Wind 1st Cedar Rapids.
CEDAR RAPIDS, la., March X.-IB one
of the most hotly contested elections aver
held in this city Louis Roth elected
mayor by a majority of 70S votes.
Fred Laiell, managing editor of the
Republican, heads the list of councllmen.
being elected by 300 votes.
Thossvsoa Wins 1st Waterloo.
WATERLOO. Ia., March M.-In a rod
hot city election here today Rhea C
Thompson, conservative candidate for
mayor, waa elected by an overwhelming
vote. There were five candidates in the
field, but Thompson carried his entire
ticket to victory with a majority of
twenty-two over all other candidates.
Reaablleasi for De-alsoa.
DEN180N. la., March S. -Special
. . iisram.) W. H. Laub, republican, was
.'.-elected mayor over Bcanoor, dtl sen's
....., by seventy-eight majority. Alder
jut Thomas Nielsen. republican.
ii ward; B. W. Mueller, citizen's
.1 -t. Second ward; Dr. H. C. Simpson,
l .. rd ward. 1. H. Hayes and J. H.
iiiiin were named aldermen-at-large
MKiallats soiled thirty votes In the city,
.ne electric light franchise la probably
. Mo lastrwetlaws la Webster.
FORT DO DOB. Is.. March ja-Dalo-gates
to the congressional and state re
publican conventions were sot Instructed
by the Webster county convention this
afternoon. No resolutions favoring any
candidate were offered. 1
KEOKUK, la., March Br-Mayor Elder
was re-elected st the city electioa today
by a majority of twenty-eight votes. Tim
alickey. democrat, and A. Cray wan
Mast Woaderfa! HesUlasj
After suffering many years with a
xm, Amos King, Fort Byron, N. T., was
.ured by Bucklen's tt a Salve. JSc.
tale by Beaton Drug Co.
Glrai W. otnltb. Mns Ftarenec boolevard.
fraire dwelling. ASM: M. K. Hooper, ecu
CsnlijoJ avecoc framo dweibag. r ssl.
Dave Ootdmaa. 3C Leaven runs, aiterm-.ms-s
to shop; Isjrid Cote Cresnsery com
trr lal-I Jon m. aodiaosrt U. K.
Osen. Sir North Foorteentn, Irame shoo.
1st. .!. F. Olsrn. Itli North Founscsua
nreei, L-arie dweJbag ST, act; E. xtKiarr.
SH au. liesiiy-tatrd street, traeno
dwcllax, Rat. j
TEAM LEADER IN THE MEN ASD
REV. CLARENCE A. BARBOUR,
Speaks Here Wednesdny.
FATHER 1 KIDNAPS HIS SOS
--"orace Earn Annonncet He is Com
ing to Omaha.
.AXES BOY FROM KANSAS CITY
-Horary (osars la Search,
Father Hat lag Said He Wo
lie Here lo atari a Ill-
A flying trip to Omaha to recover the
-year-old son ot Jlrs. Horace Hani of
Kansas City, who was kldnaned Mondsv
afternoon, was made yesterday by Mrs.
nam a attorney, Albert E. Martin of
-isnssa City. Martin had searched the
dty for Horace Ham, ;02 South Seven
teenth street, an employe of the Psxton
a Gallagher wholesale grocery com
.any, who, he rays, took the child, but he
been unable to find him.
According to Mr. Martin. Ham left his
arlfe and child In Illinois about two and
a half years ago, coming to Omaha. Mrs.
Hsm removed to Kanus City. She heard
.'rom Mr. Hum ot-cattiotiaiK- mnutimi
directly and sometimes Indirectly.
The little boy wss placed In Woodland
public school In Kanrue City. Monday
afternoon, accordlne- to Mr. Martin Mr
Ham went lo the school, told the teachel
and principal lie whs the bov'a ri,.r
and took lilm fiom the school. He said
he was going to take the boy to Omaha,
where he would start a suit fur divorce
and custody ot the child. When Mr.
Ham learned whut had happened she Im-
meoiateiy employed Mr. Martin.
Mr. Ham still holds' hi n,.atti.ii wiih
the I'axton & Gallagher company. He
went away. last Friday afternoon, saying
he would return In a few dava. 11. left
bis personal belongings In his room at
7t South Seventeenth street, saying he
would be gone only a few days. Sir. Mar
tin has reported the can to Juvenile Of
ficer Bernstein and the two will be walt-
ng tor Mr. Ham when he returns,
Mrs. W. H. Murray la In Chicago.
Arthur Cooley has gone to Chicago on
Dory Sanders has gone lo I lie. pacific
.-oast country, to be abaeut a month.
General Manager Scott of the Union
HcKle has gone to Chicago for a con
signee with Harrlraan line officials.
C. C. "ten', superintendent of the
Choola of Kansas City, will spend three
on In Otreha Inspecting the schools.
Is arrived Monday morning and began
1 -fc- l, j
01 deaIer i i
III f 'y Have it when you want it
t While fishing or golfin2-hile
(ST 4&$Ck rowing, playing tennis or ball,
A thee fragrant little pocket pieces' I
rl VV5 I r rrfre8hlX beneficial and
J 11 Every box htm 20 packages. ,
13 j . Every paduge baa five sticks.
? Y Every stick frarifies breath
1 i , preserves teeth sharpens appetite
Y aids digestion.
J tt but less by the Box
PFf.fi WANTS TEST SUIT FILED
Is Peeved at Delay in Effort to Col
lect Coal Dealer Tax.
DICKINSON WAITS FOR CONNELL
attorney far oat Dealers Says He
Is Waiting (or the City lraee
enter to Make the First
Man la Matter.
John Grant Tegg Is peeved because
City I"necutor l'lckn:on has not
brought suit against coal dealers whose
names Peftg furnished iiinv Suit was to
have been instituted lo lest the validity
of the occupation tax ordinance. Smaller
dealers have refused to pay their taxes,
insisting that the ordinance is unfair and
asking for a graduated Income tax.
Mr. Dickinson is waiting the move ot
W. J. Conneil. who is handling the case
for a temporary organisation ot about
13) small dealers effected to resist pay
ment of the taxes. Mr. Conneil is not in
ul ncd to take any Initial action and ia
waiting for the first move of the prose
cutor, when legal proceedings will be
In the meantime. Mr. lYgg, as iiupciUr
of weights and measures, has been in
structed by tho city council to collect the
taxes. Dealers who hare refused to pay
are now known to the city prosecutor
and complaints are prepared against
them, it Is generally understood. It is
probablo that suits will be brought
against one dealer and the others will
abide by the decision. J. I. Kemp has
signified his willingness to be that one
Indian Baby Buried in
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. March . -Champions
ot the Conley sisters. I.ydla, Ida
and Lena. Indian girls of Kansas City.
Kas., who for six yeers havs defended
with shot guns Invsslona of the Huron
cemetery, the burial ground of their an
cestors, declare that an interment there
today was a triumph for them.
The funeral today was that of Geral
dine Zane. 7 months old, direct descend
ant of laaac Zane, a Wyandotte chief.
There has not been a burial In the ceme
tery for yesrs and It Is ssld that this
one will prevent the three commissioners
appointed by congress In 1906 from carry
ing out their orders to sell the cemetery
and exhume the bodies.
The cemetery Is In the business center
ot the city which desires to Improve It
It has been the scene of many thrilling
confllrts between the officers and the
three Indian girls. I.ydla Conley Is a
practicing attorney, having studied law
lo fit herself legally to defend her claims.
SCORES WITH HIS CRAYCN
Suffragists must have comprised the
greater putt of the audience which lis
tened to Charles Bartholomew, the Min
neapolis Journal cartoonist, at the Young
Women's christian association last night.
Judging from the strength of the afrplause
he received on his political cartoons.
The cartoonist caught hla cue at the
outset and continued through lo the end
with humorous Jibes at political figures
who are now prominently before the pub
lic eye. His badinage along those line
brought the greatest applause.
He drew a caricature of President Tatt
aa he remarked: "Here Is a man who
doesn't havs to resort to profanity when
things go wrong." A picture ot Roose
velt Immediately following made the com
parison. As an added feature ot the evening's
program, Dr. Myrta Wells, accompanied
on the piano by Cecil Berrymsn, whistled
several musical numbers. Dr. Wells Is
a phenomenal whistler who ran trans
cend most anything the best men whist
lers ran do.
INJURIES TO ATKINSON
RESULT IN HIS DEATH
The Injuries sustained by James Atkin
son when he fell over the railing of the
stairway at the State hotel late Saturday
night resulted In ha death shortly be
fore i o'clock yesterday morning. He was
taken to the Edmundson hospital where
everything possible was done for him. but
he never regained consciousness. Death
was due to the shock caused by the con
cussion sustained when he struck the
floor with sufficient force to break
through the heavy oaken boards. A
fractured Jaw proved to be the only
Atkinson had lived st the hotel during
the winter seasons for many years, work
ing In the summer with tho Conners'
railroad building outfit. He wss to year.'
I old and unmarried. Ilia only relatives
sre a brother. David, relllng in Chicago,
and a niece. Mrs. Orace Atkinson Thorite,
whose home Is at FalrfieM. Ia. Arrange
menta for l!in funeral will not be made
j until these relatives are heard I rom. Tuc
body was removed to Cutler's wtJ,ii
the decision to hold an InqurM. which,
however. Is not probable, as many so
tha accident. The unfortunate man had
been assisted to his room shortly hclore
the a-'cldent and bad evidently started
to 1:0 down stalls again. He had re
sided In this city for many years, and
for a number of yesrs hsd been familiarly
known as "Coal Oil Jimmy."
NUMBER OF DELEGATES IN
The exact number of delegates In the
republican national convention Is def
initely fixed by this statement by Vlotor
Koscwster. acting chairman of the re
publican national committee:
In view ot the many inquiries. It may
be ststed offlctelly that the number of
delegates In the republican national con
vention under the call Is l.Ct. making
," the necessary majority to nominate.
This is nearly 100 more then In the con
vention of four years ago. which con
sisted ot M delegates. W ith the excep
tion ot Hawaii, whose representation is
increased from two to six. all the in
creases correspond with Increased con
gressional representation under the new
ll apportionment. The aparent dle
crepancy over New Mexico arises from
the fact that New Mexico baa beea ao
corded two representatives In congress,
although the apportionment bill gave i:
WOULD IMPROVE THE
SOCIAL CONDITIONS HERE
A dvlo federation tor promoting bet
ter social conditions for Omaha has been
started by the Frances Wlllsrd Temper
ance union. The Idea Is to get the co
operation ot all the women's clubs and
societies of the city and hold a msss
meeting to stir up enthusiasm. Mrs. Clara
E. Burbank, chairman; Mrs. George
Covell and Mrs. C. J. Roberts form
the committee ot tho union working on
A Permanent Cure For
Although those may dispute It who
nave not tried It, yet thoussnds of others.
who speak front personal experlenoa. as
sert that there la a permanent cure for
ehronlo constipation. Home testify (hey
were cured for aa little as fifty cants,
years ago, and that the trouble never
earns back on them, while others admit
they took severs! bottles before a steady
cure was brought about
The remedy referred to Is Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin. It has been on the market
for over a quarter of a century and has
been popularised on lie merits, by one
person tslllna- Mother. The fact that Its
strongest supporters are women and elder
ly people the ones most persistently oon
stlpated make H eertaln that tha claims
regarding It aa a permanent euro for con
stipation have not been exaggerated.
It la DM violent like catnartio puis.
ERDMAN BEFORE GRAND JURY
Ex-Convict ii Brought from
County Jail to Testify.
SUPPOSED TO TELL OF G WOUND
Seven Reatlaje Iadlrtsari.s tn Re
tar wed Witnesses Are r:xass
Inedl 1st Regard to Saloon
Frank Kidman, who is confined In the
county jail awaiting County Attorney
English's decision aa to whether he will
be tried again In Omaha for trying to
kill Tom iviinleon or shall be turned over
to the Colorado penitentiary to finish a
t:ra r.r ImiKlsi-y, was a w itness before
the grand Jury yesterday. He was
taken hel.iro the grand Jury by drputv
sheriffs. L'rdinan Is supposed to hav
testified icgarding gambling operations
and alleged illegal liquor sales In Omaha
prior to the time of his arrest for assault
ing lennWon with murderous Intent.
Several More witnesses regarding al
leged Irregularities In saloon license mat
lera were examined.
Sries Indictments Itetarned.
ern Indictments In routine police
cacs weie returned yesterday. Thtee were
made pulihc. tho Indicted persons being
In custody. They are: John Parker.
charged with assaulting Charles Webb
and robbing hi in ot 11$; Francisco I.lll
gotto, Peter Koaallts, Emanuel Marts
taroa, Celebtaro Bascos and J. B. Oan-
golas, charged with breaking Into the
store of Kim Adler and stealing tl.jTi.S
worth of Jewelry, and Richard W. Holmes,
charged with embessllng t3)M ot the
funds of the German Fire Insurance com
pany. HARRY SWAN LOSES HIS .
FINE RHODE ISLAND REDS
Two ot Harry U Swan's Rhode Island
Reds escaped from their coop in the rear
of the Swan home at Twenty-ninth and
Corby streets Sunday afternoon, but
were tound In a neighboring tree the next
day. But for that fortunsts Incident
Swan would have no Rhode Island Iteds
at all. The remainder of a well-fed and
fattened flock of Reds were victims tho
same night of some hungry thief's raid.
It has been the happy boast of Mr.
gwsn for some weeks past that despite
the cold weather hla Iteds were turning
out eggs worth 4 cents each at an un
precedented rate. The disheartened owner
does not believe, however, that any re
vengeful neighbor entered his hencoop,
but that the plot was deeper than re
venge. Although tho dragnet waa put out by
the police none of tho Reds had bean re
turned to tho Swan roost up to last night
Meanwhile, It la believed the loaa of these
hens may bull tho egg market for tho
salts or waters, but operates gently, with
out griping and without shock to the
system. It contains tonle properties that
strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles
so that In time medicines of all kinds
can be dispensed with and nature la again
solely relied on. Among the legions who
testify to these facts are Mr. M. V. Pal
mer, ma Davenport St., Omaha. Nebr.,
and Miss Rachel Hachi. Troy. Iowa, and
they always bavs a battle of It in the
house for It Is a reliable laxative for all
the family from Infancy to old age.
Anyone wishing to make a trial of this
remedy before buying It In the regular
way of a druggist at fifty cents or one
dollar a large bottle (family else) can
have a sample bottle sent to tha home
free ot charge by simply addressing Dr.
w. B. csldweii, es wasmrurion m
Montlcrllo, HI. Vour nsme and
on a postal card will do.
How to Make
Better Cough Syrup than
You Can Buy
A Family Baswty. SavtaaT fa aad
A full pint of conga stiup as mucin
as von could buy for 12-50 cam easily;
be made at home. You will and swtninjt)
that takes hold of aa obstinate ooutrh
more quickly, usually ending it inside of!
24 hours. Excellent, too; for croup,
whooping; rough, eore lungs, asthnaJ
boarsenes and other throat troubles. .
Mix one pint of granulated sugar withi
Vi pint of warm water, and stir for '
minutes. Put 24 ounces ot Pioeg (flityt
cents' worth) ia a pint bottle, then addV
the Sugar Smitu It keeps perfect IrJ
Tsko a teaspuuniul every one, two ogj
This is just laxative enough to help!
cure a rough. Also stimulate tha appM
tite, which ia usually upset by oougV
The taste ia pleasant.
The effect of pine and sugar syrup oal
the inflamed membranes ia well knownJ
Finex is the most valuable eoaccntratedF
compound of Xorwav whits pine extractJ
rich ia guaiaml and all the natural
healing; pine elements. Other preparaa
tions will not work in this formula. ,
Tha Pines and Sugar Bvrup recipe M
now used br thoussnds of housewives)
throughout tha I mtrd Utatee and I
ada. The plan has been imitated,
the old successful formula baa at
A guaranty of absolute aatisfactioa, t
money promptly refunded, gnes with thia
recipe. Your druggist has Pinex, or w1M
f't It for vnu. If ant. scad to Tha
inex Co, IX Wayne, lpd.
Sayi This Recipe It Easily
Prepared at Home and Said to
Fort the Kidneys to Filter
Uric Add and Waste Matter
From the Blood Nothing
Like It Known to Act So
Properly and Thoroughly.
The following prescription for the cure
ot Dyspepsia, Rheumatism and Kidney
and Bladder troubles bat no doubt been
tilled millions ot times, via. Fluid Ex
tract Juniper Bsrrlss, one ounce; Com
pound Fluid Balmwort. one ounce; Com
pound Bvrup of Hynophosphltes, tour
ounces. These simple, harmless Ingredi
ents can be obtained at any good pre
scription pharmacy ht little cost and. are
mixed by shaking well in a bottle.
The dose for adults ie a teatpoonful
before meals and at bed time, drinking
a full tumblerful ot water after each
dose. It la stated that this prescription
la a positive remedy for dyspepsia, kid
ney trouble, lame back, weak bladder
and urinary difficulties, especially to the
elderly people, and one of the best things
to be used In rheumatte afflictions, re
lieving tha aches and pains ana reduc
ing swellings. ' " .
A well known authority states that this
mhtture arts directly upon the alanine live
tissues ot the kidneys, cleanses these
sponge-like organs and gives them Power
to sift and strain the poisonous waste
matter and uiie add from the blood,
which la tha causa ot rheumatism. '
If your back and tides acbe and you
suspect stomach or kidney trouble It
would be wise to try this for a few days.
. The above prescription is manufactured
kr the well known pharmaceutical house,
inscription Products Co.. Daytoa. Osse.
SAGE TEA WAS
. USED BY OUR
It is easier to prssarvo the odor of
the hair thea to restore a. att hooch It
hi passable to so sots. Oi
understood the secret. They
"saga tea,' and their dark, glossy hair
long after middle life waa due to thia
fact. Our motnere have grey hairs be
fore they ere fifty, but tber are alia
sing to appreciate tho wisdom of oar
grandxDotbera at using "sage tea" tor
their hair anal are that following suit.
The pi mat generation ass the advan
tage at the past la that it eaa st a
ready-to-us. prone ration called Wyeth'a
age and Hilphur Hair Kerned y. Jlm a
scalp tonic and color restorer thia prop
araDoa is vastly superior to the fill naif '
"sage tea" made by our graAdwrUksra,
The growth and beauty eC the hair
depends ea a healthy ooadlttoa ot tha
scalp. Wyetb'i aage and akdahur Bala
Ksmedy quickly kills the dandruff germs
whioh rob tha hair ot Us Ufa. color aad
lustre, snakes the scalp cieaa and healthy. )
glres the hair strength, color aad beauty.
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