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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JANt'AKY 2H lSUU.
FIGHT FOR CONFIRMATIONS
Republicans Plan to Hold Senate in
DEMOCRATS TAKE UP THE GAGE
pay Thry Will ot Permit Action
in Knr ninlnnllon Hccp In
the Military nml Illplo
mntlr Jrr trcs.
"WASHINGTON, Jan. JS.-Aftrr a .au
Cat of republican cenators toda in
trhi-h a plan to fight for confirmation
trf President Tafts held-up nominations
ra agierd upon. Senator gmeot moved
roi executhe sesolon of the senate. ith
Oie Idea of holding the slon a long ni
A quorum could he kept. The republlial
bad promised to remain in thlr sratM
to- hold the quorum nml to rep-at the
Biotlon every da. The democrats were
equally determined to p rmlt .no con
firmation other than' army, navy and
illplomatlc. and n livaly strtiRRto wnc
probable The republican declined to
consider the propoial made by the demo
cratlc caucus for a Joint committee of
ten to go over the nomination and select
(tome for confirmation. The prooal
Xound no support among the republicans.
In executive session. Senator Martin,
Bemorratlc floor lender, stated that the
democrat would continue to oppose ac
tSon on the majority of the Taft appoint
dents He declated that the democrats
did not fear the effect of a filibuster
on legislation! adding that If any ap
propriation bills failed of passage before
llareli i, they could be passed In the
The republican caucus presented a solid
front to Insist upon confirmations.-Sena-tors
Dtxon and I'olndoxtcr, who have
Joined the progressives, were not there,
tut other republicans classed a prngrei
silves were present and apparently In
accord with the plan of the caucus,
which held that each l ose must stand on
Its merits. It was decided to revoke the
Mitement to proceed 'first with army
and n:vv appoint mints, the republican's
holding that the democrat had not shown
cood faith by their dellberato manner of
proceeding with them.
SUFFRAGETTES RESUME WAR
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(Continued frwn Page One.)
hose-arrested last nlRht was rout to
prison for seven days.
atra. Despard, addressing the maEtstiute
after being sentenced!) said thnt she prob
ably would repeat l)er offense when the
tWm syinpathlrcra In court who made
& demonstration when sentence was pro
nounced were ejected by the attendants.
Minnesota Henatc Itejevta Hill.
8T PAL'U Minn.. Jan. 3.-By a votft
Bf S3 to 80 the Minnesota state senate to
day rejected a bill proposing iv vonstltu
tlonal amendment giving Nvonieii tho rlnht
to vote. During rt'.Hlicccli .against tha
measure thero was hissing txom women
In tho gallery, but this. was discontinued
by a threat to clear the galleries.
Threr Arrrnts In llnlilln.
Ol 'BUN, Jan. !. Three stiffragetUs,
lrs. Hopkins, Mrs, Cousins and ' Mrs.
Connery. who were arrested this morning
on the charge, of breaking fifteen panes
t glass In tho' windows p( Duhllrv castle,
were aentenced-by tile 'police maglvtrata
this afternoon -to -a month's hard labor
"General" Mrs. Drummond, Miss Sylvia
Fankhuret and four other women wrrr.
arrested this evening for refusing to leave
tho llnuso of Commons after attempting
to carry out their threat of the morning
to Interview IJoyd.Ocorge in Parllnpient.
Militant suffragettes bombarded the
windows of the homo offlco In Whitehall
with stones this evening. Two womer.
,Nrv IlulldliiC for Antra.
AMKS, la., Jan. . Since a conference
Tv) th architects last week, the Ames
deans of engineering and agriculture are
outlining plans tor $500,000 worth ot now
cdl)ego buildings to be built at Ames
ddring the next two years. The Btate
Hoard of Kducatlon ha provided for tho
construction ot a new 1200.000 chemistry
Yu'v Trind Ointments
Sprays and Douches and
Failad, now Breathe this
Balsamic, Germ De
Why bother with makeshifts?
Booth s HVOM1U haa cured thouiands
upon thousands of acute and uhroulc
cases of cutaifh without stomach dosing.
It will cure you If you are liberal
enough to give it a chance.
If you could afford th time and the ex
pense of a visit to the Rucalyptus forest
of Inland Australia you could 'soon get rid
Booth HyOMlif brings to your home
the same pleasant 'leallng germ destroy.
Ing air that you would breathe in in
A complete UYOMIil outfit Is I1J) and
extra bottletff'Tf" later nimied; arc W cent.
Tte little booklet In the outfit gives nlmplt.
Instructions for uo and also explains tlm
ItlOMlit vapor treatment whloh many
iir fonjuiictlon with the inhaler with
AH PharniaclKt worthy the name sell
f a dealer Is not com anient mall order
wyi cm iinea cuarges prepaid ny liootn y
HVOMEI Co lluffno. N y
WITH CLOSE FITTING TOPS
IWCTO ia. ADMAN 2i la.
. dtsj. liisfcoeV Co.. Maker
' "TP " -I
MUll tJXUWV IAAUiIi
building, nn animal husbandry nbat'tolr
and plant laboratory to cost togcthei
JSi.OW. a railway engineering laborutory
to tout JOi.OUO nml an addition to the
women' dormitory to cost JM.OO. Tho
leglslatum must approve the above u?e
of the budget which In taken care of in
the state school mlll.iKe tax.
SHORT COURSE IpTtHE
SCHOOLS OF SHENANDOAH
SillCNANDOAH. la.. Jan. 28.-Hpecla!.)
When the second annual short course
opened hero yesterday with flattering at
tendance and enthusiasm, 100 hlsh school
and Klghth grade girls, with their teach
ei. thronged the domestic science depart
ment to heRln the nhort rourse work In
domestic science at the expense of the
puhllc school board! While the girl are
studjlhg domestic science the high achool
bo.V receive Instruction In ropc-tylng nnd
other Interesting and helpful stunt. This
I the first time nn Iowa school board
ha ever offered the hoit course work
free to public school students, say tho
Ames experts In charges of the short
loira JVerra Notes.
AJIl'S Oeorge It. Lemon, Ames, civil
eng neer. 1912, ha been appointed county
engineer of Pottawattomle, with head
quarter In Council Illuffs.
OHIHWOM)-l'red Walklnshaw. the M-year-old
son of William Walklnshaw, was
"ruck by a tree he was cutting flown.
Iln had on leg broken and wns seriously
HHK.VANTiOAIf-Johii M. Ilarton, a
wealthy Shenandoah farmer and early
ettler, died suddenly Sunday mornliur
from apoplexy. Mr. Barton had never
uvrii men eince ne grew to mannood.
AMKS-Voter of Ames will vote to de
termine whether to build n new municipal
electric lighting power plant to tuke the
place of the present small plant, on Feb
ruary 10. Tho question of tho site for tho
proponed now plant Is also left to tho
OltlKWOhD .Mrs. IClwIn MuMl.r ttlf
of a fanner living a few miles east ot
Uilwold. met with a peculiar accident
Saturday. While shaking tho dust out of
i ru5. ,n 11,0 Kh? slipped and foil.
u "i 'n the 'I0nr!' of nr pft !"K below
JtAUCIjiri'Iir-A ken of powder, stored
In tho basement of Krlest Ilros.' hard
ware store, exploded, early this nibrnlng.
demolishing the fmnt nr thx itnv. n.i
doing damage or $3,000 (o thb building
and content. The cause of tho explosion
is inn Known, jno one wan injured.
nnnnnuunii i.aieD Illgeinw, u
young man employed by It. It. Ilogs.nt,
a farmer near here, lost hi left arm 'n
a corn Shredder Moildav afternoon, tin
attempted to put a belt on the machine
when In motion mid his arm was caught
under It ami torn off at tho shoulder.
Ulgeiow I about !J year of age and tie
snrni most or nn lire at the Hogsett
AMKS J. O. Watson, forensic represen-
lauvo oi .mcs, will go to Toledo, In.,
next week, whero Februnrv 7 li win
participate In a tryout to ropnwent the
western division of tho state In tho stato
rmttoiicnl collegiate contest. At the same
tlmo the eastern division tryout will be
held In Cedar Itaplds. The winner of
first, second, third and fourth place will
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Moines March i
MADISON, NeU, Jan. .'S.-(8peclal.)
Rynold Peterson ' died early yesterday
morning at hln home five miles north
west of Madison of diabetes and rheu
imatlstn. Mr. Peterson was born at
Kidorado, la., April 11, 1874. On January
17, 1899, ho was married to Miss Laum
Caulson at Norfolk, Neb., and the follow
ing December he and his wife took up
their residence on tho farm, where they
have since resided. The deceased leaves
a widow and five children, threo boys
and two daughters. The funeral exer
cise will take place at 10 o'clock tomor
row morning at the family residence.,
LYONS. Neb.. Jan. :s.-Frdrick Rewin
kle died at : Monday morning, having
suffered only threo weckH of quick con
sumption. Ho wn born In Germany and
locntoJ hore In 1868. being one of tho
oatllcpt settlers In Burt county. Ho was
married to Miss Anna Spannuth and
leave u widow uud ten children Arthur,
a Reseller of German at Wilcox, Neb.;
William of Lyon. Louls.a teacher ot Ger
man In the Columbus school; Anna, In
the state of Washington; Fred, Jr., ot
Wakefield. Mallndu. who Is studying to
be n nurse In Sioux City: Herman, ICmms.
ICUIe ami Id, who live at home.
WYMOR1C. Neb.. Jan. 2S.-(8peclat.)-Tlio
body ot tho lata Kdmund Huddart
of liariieston wa shipped from Wymorn
to Sbertd.in, Vo., todny for burial. Mr.
Huddart died on tho 191h. He was ugsd
76 years nitd "had been postmaster at
Hiirnestotl for many years.
YORK. Neb., Jan. M.-tSpecJaU-John
Rupnals died last Saturday, aged IS
yejrs. Ho was a pioneer Fcttler near
Lushtoii where tho ivii-atns were laid to
WYMORB. Neb.. Jan. -(SpcclaI.)-Mlss
Capltola Campbell, daughter ot Mr.
and Airs. Gtorgo Campbell, nnd Claude
Vog-el of Barnstnn. Neb., were married
here Hunday. Rev. Child ot tho Chris
tian church ottloiatlng. Mis Campbell
has been teaching In the Wymora High,
school for tu years past. Mr. and Mrs.
Vogcl will libido In BartiMton.
l J A
, Think ut buying ope of our. ut. coats
oi .lrcinw tliu suld up to S,7C for only
j J7 W. See advoitlsement on pago 8.
-Julius urkln. 1110 Douglus street Ad-'
GEORGE CRAIG MAY LEAYE
City Engineer Has Offer in Canada
at Big Salary.
MAY ACCEPT THE POSITION
Tn llr t'lly ICnglnrrr f Cnlgnry
tins Tnkrn the Jlnflrr tnitrr Ad
tlnrnirnt for 1-Vit l)a
Ilrjore A novrr rl nn.
City KtiKlnccr George W. fralg das
betn etei'trd city etmlneer of Calgary.
Canada, a city of "&,0V population. The
salary stipulated Is In cxcchs of IJ.WW
a sear rrolg's salary a engineer of
Omaha is 13,000 iinniiaiu.
' I have taken the mntter under advise
ment ' said .Mr. Craig, "and will notify
ti c Calgary authorities within a few days
whether I wilt ucrcpt or not."
It Is Reneraliy ilndettoo that the
engineer will accept the position, as It
offers unusual advantages In the engin
eering field. ISeveral big engineering pro
jects are under way ot Calgary mid Mr.
Cialg will direct tho work If he accepts
Mr Crnlc has been engineer of tliU
city for several year and has made a
good record as an efficient nml active
official, Tho tender of the higher salaried
Job was made by telegram to Mr. Craig
Sign Final Note;
Serb to Deliver It
LONDON. Jan. 2. What may be the
last note delivered by the pence delenutes
of the allied Halkan nations to the Turk
ish plenipotentiaries waa finally nlgned
today by the representatives of tho
Halkan league, but no date was fixed for
Tho delegate unanimously approved the
draft and entrusted Stojan Noviikovitch,
leader of the Serbs, with It presentation.
"when the moment Is considered oppor
Tho Halkan ullles apparently are not
ready to burn their bridges behind them,
but seem hopeful thnt something will turn
ip to avert the dctlnlU rupture of peace
WASHINGTON, Jan. 28. In response
to nn appeal from the Constantinople
chapter of the American Red Cross for
aid for suffering noncombatanta ot tno
Halkan war, the committee of tho society
hern today cabled 11,000-all that waa pos
sible because of the depleted condition ot
Scots Honor Natal
Day of Eobert Burns
Scottish songs ana dances made a very
entertaining program for Clan Gordon
No. C.1. Order of Scottish Clan nt th6
twenty-fourth annual concert and ball
given in commomoratlon of tho one
hundtrd and forty-foUrtb anniversary
of Ilobert Hums' birthday at Douglas
auditorium last night. '
More than 200 Scotchmen attended the
entertainment and enjoyed tho boll, which
followed It. Only two addresses were
delivered; one by Chief John McTaggart
find the other, comprising a short blog
"raphy OT lloberrtlurns, by UeV. Thomas
It. McConnell. Chief McTaggart's was
the address of welcome.
Featuring the dancing part of the pro
cram was a Highland fling and a sword
dance by Mis Martha Urltton, attired
In Scottish costume.
The songs' wero "Corn Rlggs" and
"Standard of tho Draes" by I'ast Chief
It. G. Watson; "There Was a Ivid" and
"Of a' tho Alrts" by John G. Ounn;
"Afton Water" and "My Heart Is Salr"
by Mrs. John McTaRgart, and selections
by Miss Martha Grym and Miss Violet
Johnson. Miss Mary Talbcrt " accom
panied on the piano.
The Persistent ar.a Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is the Itoad to.
CITY ENGINEER MAY LEAVE FOR
CENTRAL PACIFIC TO U, P,
Agreement Reached for a Through
Route for the Overland.
THINK THE PLAN WILL STAND
Ilarrlninn Njqlrnt mv Iln but I'lvr
Week .More In Wttleli (o Cnrry
tint t'tinrt tinier for Ills
According to on agreement rouclied be
tween tho attorney general of the United
State and counsel for tho I'nlon Pacific
and Southern Pacific, the latter road will
turn over to the Union Pacific the rail
road known na tho Central Pacific, which
connects Ogdcn, Utah, with San Fran
cisco, thus giving the Overland a through
line to the const from Omaha. This
agreement Is said to conform with the
recent decision of the United States su
The agreement will provide:
That the Southern Pacific will turn
aver to the Union Pacific the Central
Tho Southern Pacific will retain the
railroad running from Sacramento to
The Block ot the Southern Pacific, val
ued at about 12.COO,000, held by the Union
Pacific, will be divided between the stock
holders of the Union and Southern Pa
cific. The above, with slight differences to be.
agreed upon in conference. Is the general
plan for the basts ot a decree which th
clrcult court is to be asked to put Into
effect. Dut fivo weeks remain for the
actual dissolution of the Harrlman sys
tem, the plan to be submitted to tho cir
cuit court for the district of Utah, that
court having power to decide If the plan
submitted Is In accordance with the de
cision! It I said the supreme court was actu
ated by a desire, to let the Union P.iclflo
have an outlet to the const, a this was
contemplated by the act of congress under
which the land grant road was con
structed. The Union Pacific ha owner
ship of tho , Oregon Shoi IJne, which
elves-It entrance Into Portland. The di
vision of the Southern Pacific stijek
otned by tho Union I'acttic tstn accoru
nnce with the original proposal mnde by
Attorney uenerai wtc.Kcrsnam.
The lines .of, the Central Pacific. .yh(uh
.will pas's under" the control ot ,ihe "Union
Pacific, consist of a road from Ogden to
Han Francisco, a distance of about MO
Father of Secretary
Fisher is Dead
WASHINGTON, Jan. SS.-Rov, Dr.
barrel W. Fisher, father ot Secretary
Fisher,' of tho Intferlor department, died
here today of heart failure. . Ho was 75
yeJf s' old, As & J'resbytorbin minister
ho had served churches jh ffew Orleans
and "Wheeling,! W. Y1W-and,was a mem
ber of tho committee which revised the
confession, otatalth, ,
ouonae w cnAio. i
North and South
Join hands to make :
Post Tavern Special
A tasty blend of Northern Wheat and Corn
and Southern Rice.
Sweet, Flavoury, Nourishing. . : -
A Good Old-Fashioned Porridge that every
one would relish for
Grocers everywhere, Packages 1 0 and 1 5 c, except in extreme West
Poetum Ceteil Co.,
EXTENSION GIVEN DAIRIES
Omaha Milk Commission Gives Certi
fied Dairies S'even Days.
OWNERS PROMISE CHANGES
Proprietor of the Arirouil Snya He
la Instnlllnc Nrtr ('o(i)Iiik .Mn
c'hlnrrr Whleh Will Cur
By a vole of 3 to 2 In a secret ses
sion of the Omaha milk commission last
night five members decided that tho
permit of the Arwood and Frlesland farm
dairies to sell cettlffcd milk would be
extended seven day's, during which time
tests would be made and it the milk is
not up to the standard fixed by or
dinances the permits will be revoked M
a meeting ot tho commission next Mon
City Bacteriologist I.angfcld, who re
ported poor condition of milks sold by
these dairies, refused to vole for tin
extension ot time, saying the condition
of the milk was "Inexcusable." Prof.
C. F. Crowley stood with J,angfeld. Dr.
R. W. Connell, Dr. S. R. Towne nnd
Dr. C. W. Pollard voted to extend tho
time nnd give the dairies nn opportunity
tn corrcst their faults.
"Vou may say that this commission
wants certified milk sold here," said
Dr. Connell. "For that reason we are
not revoking the permits of these dairies.
W'e want the mothers, to know that they
can have milk of a certain standard to
feed their babies day after day. When
theso standard arc not lived up to wo
will be compelled to revoke the per
mits. The Arwood dairy has offered nn
excuse which wo believe Justifies us In
Chnrlrs Sehwnger or the Alamtto dairy,
and tho father of W. It. Wood, ownor
of the dairy, appeared to protest against
a revocation of the permit of the dairy
ATTRACTIONS IN OMAHA.
Boyd: "The Rons of a Thousand
Brandslsi "Mutt and Jeff."
Matinees today at Empress. Oayety,
Hippodrome, JCrug and Orpheum the
aters. Vnnilcvlllr- nt the "Impress.
"Examination Days," a reminder of
some of the Gus Edwards vaudeville
stunts, Is the headtlner at the Empress
this week. Ten young men and women
are engaged In making this schoolday
net, rt riot of fun. Some very pleasing
singer and a great deal of clever danc
ing are Introduced to make, the act n
hnppy one. Daniels and Conrad, in a
violin and piano net, .are woll worth
watching. They amuse most of tho
time. The Purcella brothers aro very
much out of the ordinary with their
dancing act. They do -a buck and wing
feat that is exceedingly god'd. The Drags,
aerial artists, were applauded loudly at
the opening performance: The subjects
of tho photo-plays are interesting this
week. The- Empress was packed at tho
perfornanoes-fiycjBterd(iy, atjd Iast vcn."
Ing n waiting lino stretched Itself out to
the edge of thn sidewalk. Last week,
so the management states, 40,000 persons
saw tho show.
Miss .Sanderson In "Sunshine t;irl."
WASHINGTON, Jan. 27. Julia Sander
son made her debut as a musical comedy
star hero tonight In tho premiere of tfie
Sunshine Girl. President and Mrs. Taft
and Somerset Maugham were nmong
thoso attending the performance.
'DroVnlBr of the Pre Ascent.
"Mutt .and Jeff" continues to drnw
large audiences to the Ilrandels theater,
the engagement closing this evening.
Next Thursday evening at tho Brandels
theater the big "Ixmtslana Iaju" will
open a three-day engagement. In the
company is Miss Cecelia Navjso. one of
Ltd., Battle Creek, Mick
to fell certified niilk- They said sever il
thousand tlotlars" worth of ItnpruvctnenM
were being installed at the Arwood farm
and the most expensive machinery and
devices would be used.
"We want to sell the best milk tint
can be produced under the circumstances
with which we must contend." said Mr.
Wood. "To that end we have purchajed
the most Improved machinery and are
having It installed."
Dr. Iangfcld declared that excuse
would bo offered ngnln nnd he. for one,
would not vote for extension.
At the conclusl&n ot the meeting Dr.
Lungfeld discussed -with Mr. Arwood the
advisability of delivering the milk on
the same day that It wns produced. He
snld he would lend nil nsslstanco he
could, to a scheme that would make
such delivery feasible.
Mr. Schwuger'.. said arrangements to
do thl were made and that henceforth
the mlllc would be delivered to his dulry
on the same day It was produced.
"I have been receiving all kinds of
complaints about certified milk and lots
ot advice." said Dairy Inspector Rossle.
"I wish you would say that tho milk
commission has sole power In such cases
and I have no authority further than to
Inspect the dairies."
Culls From- the Wire
A legislative nncosure , providing for
the sterilization of defective criminals
will be laid before Governor Fletcher of
One prospective Juror was the net yield
from a special venire of fifty talesmen
summoned for scrVlce at tho second trial
of Clarence S. Darrow. -
The International Hrotherlmod of Owls,
a fraternal brotherhood established In
Seattle a year ago, was foYever enjoined
by the federal district court from using
tho namo "owl."
A Jury wns obtained in the", trial of tho
libel suit In Kansas City against Meth
odist Bishop David II. Moore'of Cincin
nati and Mrs. George C. Hoblnson of De
troit brought by Mrs. Carrie Cope of
the best American singing and. dancing
soubrcttes, who has como rapidly to
tho front In tho last four seasons In
both comic opera and musical comedy.
A matinee will be given on Saturday.
At the Orphcum this week tho children
of two noted actors are playing in tho
same sketch. They -are Joseph Jefferson,
son ot tho Joseph Jefferson Of Rip Van
Wlnklo fame, .and Felice Morris, daughter
of Felix Morris, who wns one of the
most celebrated American character1 play
ers. Mr. Jefferson was In .the play of
Rip Van Wlnkto for a number of years,
when his father had tho leading role.
Miss Norrls lias been on tho stngo flvo
years, first going on In silent- parts and
later tn small talking parts, until sho
gradually worked up to more Important
Manager Byrne .haa received word that
Lulu Glascr has, been encased for tho
Orphcum circuit' and will be seen In
O'maha In a musical comedy entitled
It's no wopder that the management
ofthb popular Ga'ye'ty' say "O-O-O-Oh!
that chorus," wheh' alluding to the
beautcou bevy of femininity that does
the tuneful chirping-In -the Molllo Will
iam show. It Is ".without doubt, or ex
aggeration tlm rtiosf cpmcly and best
voiced assemblage :of choristers. that Jias
pranced, pn the Gayety's stage this sen
son. Ladles' dime matinee daily.
Hl'.ls.i'th(Mast weeK ypf the- Vaughan
Glasci'-'playors at tile ."B6yU theater, tho
engagement closing on next Snturday
evening. The. offer for tho farewell week
Is H. M. Holland's big success. "The
House of n Thousand Candles." During
tho week matinees will bo given Thurs
day and Saturday.
The Hippodrome has a headline at
traction this week In Julie Ring, . tho
clever sister of "Blanche Ring, in a com
dy sketch entitled "Tho Man She Met."
which gives opportunity to display ex
ceptional, ability. She Is assisted by a
capable company headed by James Nor
vall, Luther 'McCartyj tho young man who
took the fight out of Pnlzer a few weeks
back, Is to exhibit himself nt the Krug
this evening. He will do a boxing stunt,
and tell how nnd why he licked Pnlzer.
He will appear at the Krug In connection
with the burlesquo performance.
People With Good Digestion
Do Not Have Rheu
matism. The blood Is tho product of digestion
Whatever sort of food Is digested in tin
stomach Is absorbed Into the blood. If
tho food Is badly digested this Is also
absorbed Into tho blood, if the food sour
In tho stomach beforo digestion or dur
ing digestion, tho acl-Js are absorbed Into
These acids In the blood produce a con
dition known ns rhoumntlsm. The ncUN
uro liable to produce microscopic crystals.
Theso crystals are deposited In the liga
ments nnd cartilages, musing rheumatism
of tho joints. Sometimes In the bones,
producing priodlo pains every time u
storm approaches. Sometimes In the
muscles, producing lumbago, stiff neck,
myalgia, and muscular rheumatism gen
erally. Pc-ru-im Corrects Digestion.
Tho reason that Pa-ru-na relieves audi
cases Is easy to understand. I'c-ru-na
corrects digestion. I'u-ru-na corrects di
gestion partly by hurrying It. Pe-ru-nu
does not furnish any artificial dlgcstant. .
It Blmply assists Nature in doing its own
In this way the products of digestion
are more normal. The blood Is noi filled
with, Imperfectly digested food. No acids
accumulate in tho stomach while Pe-ru-na
Is being taken. Thus rheumatism I'
It Is n great deal better to prevent a
disease than to try lo cure It. But even
after rheumatism bus ' begun the condi
tion that caused It ought to be removed
Good DiKoMlon Stops Ithciiniatlsiii.
Tho first thing to do Is tp secure good
digestion, then If It Is hecehMiry specific
inedclncs for rheumatism may be taken.
nt until tho digestion is mado perfect
It Is of little or no use to take medicines
for rheumatism. To produce good diges
tion Pc-ru-na should bo taken.
Pe-ru-na, Man-a-lln and Iva-cu-pln,
manufactured by tho Pe-ru-na Company.
Columbus, Ohio. Sold at all drug stores.
ASK YOUR DRUG
GIST FOR FREE PE
RUN A ALMANAC
Gray Hair to
Tho old Idea of using Sage tor dark
ening tho hair is again coming in vogue.
Our grandmothers had dark, glossy hair
at seventy-five, while our mothers aro
gray before they are fifty. Our grand
mothers kept their hair soft and glossy
with a "Sago Tea," which also restored
the natural' color.
One objection to using such a prepar
ation was the , trouble of making 1 1.
Tills objection has been overcomo by
tho Wycth Chemical Company of New
York, who has placed on the market a
superior proportion of Sage, combined
with Sulphur and other valuable reme
dies for dandruff, Itching scalp,' and
thin, weak, falling hair.
The beauty of tho hair depends more
on its rich, even shading than anything
else. Don't have dry, harsh, faded hair,
when a stmplo, harmless remedy will
bring back the color In a few days; and
don't be tormented with dandruff, itch
ing tcalp and loose, falling hairs.
Weyth's Sage nnd Sulphur Hair Bcmcdy
will quickly correct theso troubles, and
give color, strength and beauty to your
Get a fifty cent bottle from your drug
gist today, and prove this to your own
satisfaction. All druggists sell It, under
guarantee that tho money will ho re
funded if the remedy Is not exactly ns
represented. Sherman & McCouneU Drug
Co., 102 So. 16th; 324 So. 16th; 207 N.
I6th and 24th and Farnam Bts. Adver
Tho drive shaft it the IUC1UIOND I
Hi Inch In diameter. Compare a silver
dollar with thn alio of tli shaft nu I
ee- exactly how big It is. You will
have a very good opinion of the
RICHMOND drlvo shaft thereafter
When they first come, the best time to
break them up. Onetandard remedy
AVer's Cherry Pectoral.
Sold for 70 years.
Ask Your Doctor. LZJtf.'ifc
Jl t A . MADE STRONGER
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