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Omaha Bee March 31, 1912.
THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY. APRIL 2, 1!12.
Boil City Water 1
Next Two Weeks,
Says Dr. Connell
Caution to trail mil water tutd for
drinking purposed durlnf the next two
or three week on account of Impure
condition caused by the breaking up of
Ice and anow waa tsaued yesterday by
Health Commissioner Ralph W. Connell.
It la as follows:
"Although the city water at the present
time from a bacterial examination show
up in fine shape, the chemical examina
tion shows an Increased amount of free
ammonia, which Is likely due to the melt
ing of snow and surface drainage. These
examinations do not necessarily prove
the water Is unsafe; yet, as an ounce of
prevention la better than a pound of
cure. I would advise as a precautionary
measure, that all city 'water used for
drinking purposes be boiled for the next
two or three weeks."
Danger Lurks in Water!
The City Health Commissioner cautions people of Omaha about impure condition
of Omaha water.
Can You Afford To Run the Risk
And endanger the health and even the lives of your family when you can buy
It's Pure, Fresh
Drawn Fresh Every Day
Distilled Water i
At 10 Cents Per Gallon.
In Sterilized Glass Containers
IT'S A GUARD AGAINST GERMS
Which Do You Choose ?
Pure Water-Good Health
mpure Water 111 Health
Phone Douglas 455 or A-4155, and place your order today.
OMAHA ICE L COLD STORAGE CO.
423 South Fifteenth Street.
TAFT SENTIMENT IS STRONG
Bepnblicani of Northeast Nebraikt
Are for the President.
DAKOTA COUNTY EXPRESSIONS
Farmers Fraakly A tow Their satle.
faetloa with Adaslalstratlaa aa
Iateatloa to Vote far In
DAKOTA C1TV. Neb.. April l.-Spe-clal.)Watei
bound and no escape but by
war of Sioux City is the way I end
up tills week. However, I have spent
the time In a very thorough canvass of
this place and have talked with many
business men and wtlh farmers who
braved the muddy roads to come to town.
I had bees told upon reaching town this
morning that a great majority of the
republicans of this locality would vote
the democratic ticket If President Taft
was renominated, but outside ot the two
gentlemen who told me and another I
hard of I found the opposite condition
ltadius Learner, one of the very sub
atantlal republican farmers of this
county, said: "Take It all around, I
think Mr. Taft has given us a good busi
ness administration, and I can see no
FOR FIFTH YEARS
Had Awful Time. Bleeding and
Sharp Pains. Cuticura Ointment
Gave Immediate Relief. After
2 Boxes Cured Permanently.
35 Octsiie Bt., Sen Frsaciseo. Calif. ''I
auSered with pues (Mmorrbotds) for ftftesa
yeao Needing piles. I surely did ban aa
awful that. I was distressed eontiaually also
aerveus at sight, with sbsrp pains at intervals,
and t warned me sa the bleeding caused a
weak and taint feeling.
-I ana which aerated ta
Irritate, tend a doses of their boxes, but It
did a good. I also used sod
without lesuhs. Then I saw Cuticura Oist
aoent advettiasd. I got soaw and tt gave im
geediaM fssaf. After using It two tanas, ft
stopped the Weeding, and aftef two boxes I
wsa cured pemaaently with no mora bleed
fcf. i always keep a box of Cuticura Owt
aaent aa band for family uses, such ss chapped
hands, pimples, etc. It a) worth its weight ia
Cold." tejned) John Tsasmaa, Nor. 2S. '1L
ECZEMA HEALED IN 4 DAYS
FotsMd Hani Oast aa Scsfe. Very hear.
afsrlbote. N. Y. "'sty Utile girt had ee
seme aa the scalp. Tint a small mattery
punpis sppesred. The ample arose aad a
wseery substance raa on the skin, foMng a
hard crust which wsa very Itchy. It was oa
the top of her bead, aad ths crust became aa
awge as the pslsi of ay hsnd. A faced lee
eaamended CuUcora Soap aad Ointment. Ia
lour dajs the scalp was all healed, no sign of
crusts or scabs could e sera. She has sot
hsd a sign of enema star Cuticura Soap and
Omtsjant rund ber." (Signed) Mrs. H. B.
Cooler. April 3. IHI.
ohm mu. ntaimMil era mU
ajeUMs. Sea pis ef each swelled fres.
l TBoeWeu Trade, seed men snouM
t awe CWJcaxa ft bawTtsf MKfa
reason why we should not vote for him
it ht IS homlnsted."'
William Oehlerlng. a substantial Ger
man farmer, said: "I favor Mr. Roose
velt, but shall vote for President Taft
Bert Smith, another farmer, safll : "I
am not In favor of a change and shall
vote for President Taft If I get a chance. '
Jacob Lass Is another substantial Ger
man farmer who believed that there
would be very few farmers but would
support President Taft If he received the
Chris Paulson ssid he had no kick
sgainst President Taft snd his adminis
tration and did not bWlleve that many
republicans would bolt his nomination.
F. A. Wood, a leading real estate man,
said: "I am for President Taft, and
from what information I can gain I do
not believe there are many republicans
who will not support him If nominated."
Deputy Sheriff Rockwell is a very en
thusiastic La Follette republican, but
said: "I shall certainly support Presi
dent Taft if he Is nominated, and I do
not believe that there are many repub
licans here, at least I know of none, who
will net support the president if he Is
C. B. Doolittle said: "I am fer Taft
He suits me all right."
Lewis Krumwled, another one of Da
kota county's substantial farmers, said:
"I have always been an admirer ot Col
onel Roosevelt, but I shall certainly vote
for President Taft if he gets the nom
ination, and aa far' as I know I think
other republicans will do likewise."
James Hueston, an old soldier and dep
uty sheriff of Dakota county, said:
There are some things about President
Taft I do not like, but I ahall vote for
him lust the same should he receive the
nomination." P. A. B.
Property is Bought
The Skinner Manufacturing company
has purchased the lot at the southeast
corner of Fourteenth and Jackson streets
on which will be built an addition to
their macaroni factor".
The purchase waa made from the Mc-
Cague Investment company at CO.OQO. The
lot measures M by 112 feet, and the full
space will be used for a two-story and
basement building, the foundation laid to
be strove; enough for a six-story building.
Th Skinner Manufacturing company la
a home Industry a lHtle more than two
years old. The nuua factory la at llk
17-11 Howard street and the business has
greatly outgrown those quarters.
Then extension of the factory to Four
teenth and Jackson streets will mark the
third Industry in that section of the
business section since the Union Pacific
laid switch tracks there. There will be
el feet of trackage at the door ot the
Skinner company's new addition.
The other two industries alone the
Union Pacific switch tracks are the
David Cole Creamery company and the
J. J. Hanighen Plumbing and Heating
Chrtsttaa Seiee voetasea.
Blcknell Young, c. 8. B. ot London.
England, member of the Board of Lec
tureship of the M-:'- -vrrch, the First
Church - , &.-entlst. in Boston.
Mass., will lecture on Christian Science
at the church edifice on St. Mary's ave
nue and Twenty-fourth street, April 1
and I at t p. m. These lectures are free
and the public is cordially Invited.
Gifford Comes as
Ward C. Clifford arrived In Omaha
Monday from Kansas City to begin his
new duties aa assistant to Commissioner
J. M. Guild of the Commercial club.
Gifford has been for the last several
years Comn.erclal club reporter and spe
cial feature writer for the Kansas City
Post, lie is well versed In Commercial
club work, having been actively engaged
in the affaire ot the Commercial club at
For the last two years he haa handled
the publicity work of the booster trips of
that organisation and otherwise worked
to promote the business Interests of Kan
sas City. He haa traveled over most ot
the entire world and educated himself
in commercial affairs.
With the Omaha Commercial club he
will have charge of the weekly bulletin
which the club intends producing.
An enthusiastic meeting was held by
the Bohemian cltisens Sunday afternoon
at Mets hall. John Ylrak waa elected
chairman and P. Svaclna secretary.
The object of the meeting was to dis
cuss the coming election. Among the
prominent speakers were 'Louis Berks,
A. C. Kugel, George Craig, Lee Bridges,
Henry F. Meyers, Walt Koatcky. F. J.
Kutak, Mr. Votava, William Provosnlk
and Frank Zltnlk.
FILTER COMPANY TO
LOCATE BRANCH HERE
Following the admonition of City
Physician Connell that the city water
should be sterilised by boiling, comes
the announcement to the Commercial
club that the Allen Filter company has
made arrangements to open a huge
branch office In Omaha.
Since 1908 the Commercial club has been
ncgotlsttng with the filter company,
whose headquartera are at Toledo, in an
effort to get a branch established her.
It la a large business concern and means
much to Omaha, huainesa men say.
The news that the company haa de
cided to establish a branch In Omaha
came to Commissioner J. M. Guild this
morning In a telegram from D. M. Grif
fith In Jollet III., who will have the
management ot the local branch. The
telegram read: "Have decided to es
tablish filter business In Omaha. Pleaae
enter my name aa a candidate for mem
bership In Commercial club. Will bo In
Omaha In about ten days,
Permits to smoke sc. All dealers.
Baby Ground Under
Street Car May Die
Little Louise Oatiup, t years old, who
was ground under a street car Sat
urday afternoon at I o'clock. Is still In
a precarious condition, and surgeons are
yet unable to give tba family any hope.
Bones of her face were broken, and it
la feared that there haa been a con
cussion. She Is the daughter of John N. Gallup.
I21 Lathrop street. Together with her
older brother and another boy In the
neighborhood, aha was at play with a
dog at Twenty-fourth and Lothrop
streets. The dog ran across the tracks,
and the children after It. Little Louise
being less fleet of foot was caught by
an oncoming car.
She waa rolled under the fender and
caught by the brakebeam. Surgeons are
in almost constant attendance. The girl
was feeling much better yesterday, bull
she waa still In a critical condition.
Ill Luck Follows
Graff on His Trips
Superintendent E. U, Graff, back from
a teachers' convention at Fremont, says
he thinks ha ought to stay at borne
hereafter, aa III luck haa attended him
on all bis recent trips. While going ta
Ht. Louis to attend the superintendents'
division of the National Educational as
sociation meeting ha waa snowbound and
at Fremont he was surrounded by high
water and unable to get away for two
Hiram H. Corson of Ohio wsa one of
two speakera at the Fremont convention
who braved the flood. At Arlington, nine
miles out of Fremont, he found high
water barring hla way. Undismayed, he
walked In the mud four miles, hired a
term wagon, and, mud-bespattered, ar
rived In time to deliver his address. Hs
said he had never broken a lecture engagement.
SHOW A DECREASE
The marrlace license record shows lt
licenses Issued last month. In the cor re-1
spending month a year ago ICS licenses j
....... iaui.it March. 1913. shows a de- I
creese of eighteen.
Scalded hr Bteaas
or scorched by a fire, apply Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. Curea Piles too, and the
worst sores. Guaranteed. Only S cents.
For ssle by Beaton Drug Co.
ctovr TutmJa coughs
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STREET CAR HINTS
If every passenger would think now and
then of the comfort of other passengers,
the discomforts of the crowded car. would
be greatly minimized and all would be
Omaha & Council Bluffs
Street Railway Company
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