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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1913)
TIIK BEE: OMAII , PRIDAV. APlifl, 25, 1S113.
W M K WH1TK
M--K White, advertising manager
of the Marion Motor Car company of tn-
illnnapoltti, has spent the last two days
in Orpalia vinitliio; tlio Omaha distributer?
oi that car. .Mr White Is on a flyiwr
trip, rove-ring the more lml-ortant cities
of the middle vRt. and Ib very much !
pleased with conditions In this territory.
The factory output of sixteen cars a day
i Inadequate to supply the demand, but
tho local branch has been assured of
sufllcletit cars for early delivery. I
Chicago. The watch w.is found upon
Valla told the police thut he was walk,
lug along the street when one of the men
deliberately Jerked the watch from hli
pocket. The three men were booked on
Mii.'tlo CM' (ioilp.
See Hlnehey for horse shoeing. In rear
of old stand. 2309 X St.
The lyudles" Aid society of the First
Presbyterian church will meet Friday
afternoon at .1 o'clock.
The mothers' culture department of the
S-'outh Omaha Woman's club will meet
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock nt the home
of Hnl Itobeits.
Tho meeting of the Willing Workers
which was to haw been held at the
home of 15. a. Christie, 1713 North Twenty-sixth
street, was postponed.
The ladies' Auxiliary of the Hibernians
will meet for n business session on
Thursday afternoon nt the home of Mrs.
F. C!. Wallweber, Twentieth and Missouri
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA ! MARI0N AUT0 representative
- I VISITS IN OMAHA
Republicans Hold Meeting and Sec
GANGSTERS ARE MUCH WORRIED
Men "Wtiii re II lamed for Detent
of Sfim YVInten ti Outsider rr
Henplnc llrvrat-tt of Po
Candidates on the republican ti'Ut
and members of the city central comm"
tee held a joint meeting last night at the
club headquarters. Twenty-fou-th and M
streets. "Oct out the vote." was the slo
gan of the night.
Reports from all parts of the titj
dlcated that the republican cand'dnt-3
were winning support from iepubllans
and democrats alike. It was the unatnm
ous opinion of the meeting that the long
continued power of the .so-called Olllln
gang whs at Its end. The laboring men
at the packing houses anil the democrats
desirous of freedom from gang rule It
was satd. are open In their expressions f
condemnation for the gang that has con
tinued Itself In office for so long, runn ng
up the taxes hih! keeping the city In n
continual turmoil by factional fight
among the gang politicians.
tt was also reported that the gang was
passing around the woid that it must he
their election again or annexation with
Omaha. Democratic leaders in Omaha
are quoted as advising the democrats
' generally to cut out the gangsters nnd
elect a few good men not connected with
the old crowd.
IllrtiiOi- In V. orrled.
Despite the campaign of mud slinging
nnd misrepresentation rarr'cd on by the
democratic gang, the Hoctor-Olllln nnd
O'Sulllvan combine Is limiting hard upon
the rocks. "Jawn .1." Olllln nnd the men
who are hlnmed for the defeat of Sa n
W'lnters by a practical stranger, ire
reaping the rewardn of their potltlcil
treachery. The laboring men or the city
are aroused over the defeat of their
.fler. Jerry Howard, bv what thej per
iffSt In believing weio unfair methods.
The young men on the democratic ticket
have cut loose nnd are single footing It
so as not to be connrcted with the Hoc-tor-Glllln
and O'Sulllvan combine.
The Glllln domination of the democratic
city central committee hv Olllln men has
rovealed the danger to other democratic
candidates who say It Is not fair to have
to carry tho Olllln burden or pay for tho
Olllln fight. Kvery means is being used
to raise money by the Glllln machine.
Visit after visit has been paid to certain
business Institutions who are handing
out the cold glassy stare to the worried
dictator and his henchmen.
lnnl to i oniiK Jlen.
Tho troubla In the Seventh ward has
been only accentuated by the insult di
rected against the Young Mm's Inde
pendent Political club at its meeting
Tuesday night. The meeting was called
In the Interests of all candidates, demo
cratic and republican. Nearly 100 of tho
best men of the ward were present. All
the republican candidates accepted the
invitation In the spirit In which It was
offered, while only two democratic can
didates, V. E. Schneider and William
Fitzgerald, attended. The chnlrman of
the democratic city central committee
Insisted that the club be turned Into a
democratic meeting, but tho 'young men
resented the dictation and told him that
there was "absolutely nothing doing.
A few men tried to stampede the meet
ing, but tho audience and meiibershl;)
soon put a stop to' the Interruption and
tho republican candidates were accorded
a chance to explain their views and
"It looks had for some of theso candi
dates who did not show up to face their
opponents in a ward that' is heavily
.Mrs. (Jhrlntlniison Dies.
Mrs. Christine Christlanson. wife of An
drew C. Christlanson and daughter of
Hcv. II. A. Ttelchcnbach. died yesterday at
the home of her father, 410 Ninth Tenth
street, Council Hluffs, at the ago of 4i
years. Mrs. Christlanson has been ill for
a long time and had recently removed
from her home at 1011 Mlssouii avenue in
this city to tho home of her father In
Council Bluffs, where she was under the
medical care of her brother, Dr. H. A
Relchenbach of that city.
The deceased Is suivved by her hus
band, two sons and one daughter, her
parents, two sisters and a brother. Her
father, Rev. II. A. Relchenbach, Is ih'
oldest Danish minister in Hie northwest,
where he is well known In Iiaptlst circles.
The funernl will take place Sunday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the First
Danish Baptist church of Council muffs.
Burial will be In Graceland Park ceme
tery, this city.
Take Money nml Curtain.
Thieves entered and robbed the home
of H. II. Noar. Ml North Twentieth
street, early this morning. They obtained
a small bag of money amounting to $1."
and two pairs of window curtains, which
they tore down. The robbers entered the
house shortly after 3 o'clock this morn
ing, and they had secured their loot nnd
escaped before the owner of the premises
detected his loss.
Itolil.erj In l)ullU.
Albert Valla, a Pollshman residing In
tho vicinity of Twenty-seventh and J.
was held up in hroad daylight yesterday
afternoon and robbed of a gold watch at
Twenty. seventh and I streets Otricers
Qulnn and Gllhn. on tho complaint of
Vails, arrested Hurry I.nge of Omaha
and Ed McQulnn and George Flalna of
At the Theaters
CURED CAPT. BURT'S
ECZEMA FOR 50c.
Bad Spent $1,000 In Vain, Then a Jar
of Beslnol Cured Him,
Franklin Burt, of 81 Fulton St., New
Tork, late captain In the l S. Arm,
and a man whose standing makes his
word absolutely bound question, gives
the following account of his cure by
"I became afflicted with eczema twenty-five
years ago. I did everything for
It, but the Itching and burning was so In
tense and continual that In IMS 1 put my
self In the care of a specialist Tho re
sult was of little or not any benefit.
Doctor Bald "Get a Box of BeJlnoL"
"About I called on the doctor to
uk'blm if he yet knew of anything to
cuie me. He Bald. "Get a box of Hesinol
Ointment." 1 got It. The itching stop
ped as If by inagtc. By the time tike Jar
af Reslnol was art used the cure was per
fected, l expended perhaps a thousand
dollars, and endured real suffering foi
many yeurw, and at last hui relieved and
:ured In a month for the sum of fifty
;ents. the price oi one Jar of Hesinol."
Bettbr proof, even than such a letter,
Is to try Reslnol yourself and see how
quickly the lulling stops and stubborn
skin or scalp eruptions dUappcar, For
free trial, write to Dept J9-T, Iteslnol
Baltimore. Sid. Kicry druggist sells Res
lnol ointnv nt jOc and $1) and Rvsinol
oap iScj Advertisement.
ATTIIAI'TIONS IIS OMAHA.
Boydt "Nobody's Widow."
Brandels: Balney's African Hunt Flo
Hippodrome: "A Winning Miss."
i Ornhonm: Vaudeville.
I Mntlneen at Brandels. Emrcrens. Gay-1
ety, Hippodrome, Krug- and Orpbaum j
theaters. ' j
Theodore- ThoninH Orrlirntrn.
Among the American contraltos who ,
have risen to recognized positions as a re- I
suit of WfcVttoripus endeavor is Mlssj
Rosalie Wlrthlin, one of the soloists wlth
tho Theodore Thomas on-hestia, which Is i
to bo heard at the Auditorium Monday
and Tuesday, April 2R and 19. In conjunc-j
tlon wltli tho Mendelss-ohn choir or
Omaha in the third annual series of con
certs. Miss Wlithlln for several years
was recognized as the leading contralto of
St. Louis and duilng that tlmo visited
Omaha as one of the soloists ut a May
festival. held at the Boyd theater several
years ago, creating a most favorable im
pression by her rich voice and artistic
work. Shortly afterwards she went abroad
and studied for some time. On her return
sho made her debut in New York und at
once assumed a place among the best con
traltos of this country. When she ap
peared in Carnegie hall (Now York) with
the MucDowell chorus In Liszt's "Legend
of St. Elizabeth." she convinced the music
critics of her musicianship and sincerity.
Singing upon the same stage with well
known artists, Miss Wlithlln demon
strated her vocal and musical efficiency
beyond all question and she has done the
same with Important musical organiza
tions In all parts of the I'nlted States and
Canada, where she has sung with the
foremost concert1 singers of the American
She has a charming personality and
j voice of great depth and richness and her
work Is notable for Its finished style and
clearly understood diction. Tuesday aft
ernoon Miss Wirthlln will be tho soloist
at tlio matinee, singing the great aria
from Salnt-Saens" "Samson and Delilah."
I'rnmlNeH of Hi" ITi-hm ri-iiI.
There are many strange sights of wild
animals drinking, feeding and fighting In
the Jungle of Airica to be seen in the re
markable motion pictures of Paul
Kainey a African hunt now being exhib
ited at the Brandels theater. These ptc
tuies are said to be the finest motion pic
tures ever eeen in this city.
Frances Starr, one of the most popular
stais on the American stage, will be seen
at tho Brandels theater tomorrow evening
in hor greatest success, "The Case of
Becky." No drama Mr. Belasco has pro
duced in tecent years has contained more
of an appeal to all classes of theater
goers than has this In which he presents
perhnp the most popular and charming
of American actresses. The engagement
is for one night only.
Miss Lang's present engagement at the
lioyd theater Is drawing rapidly to an
end. tho closing performance coming on
Saturday night. In the meantime the at
tendance at tho play Is such as testifies
to the popularity of the star She Is play
ing the leading role In "Nobody's Widow"
this week in a most charming manner.
of New York
Watch Pnpcrs for Particulars.
Tho Heart of Omaha Sixteenth and Harney.
Bargain Basement Section
11' tc UrcsB Clnghims, Friday, yard.. 5
Si Cnlleocs, pink "attorns. Friday, yd , fJ-'Ue!'
10c Pearl Muttons, Friday, rnrd . . . . ...2d
Mod's 10c rod or tiluo Hnndkorthlofe. .. .51
Hlack Cotton Hobo, seamless, for men, wo
men nnd children, pair 3
Remnants of 50c Wash Goofs 12'j'c
STO'S" A T nolcr bargain tablo
in ;r " " " " " " u resiKHisc.
Short lengths of wnshnble materials In 2 to 8-yard
pieces. AlPthls spring nnd stimmerleFiBns nnd Weaves,
originally L'5c to 50c: Friday, ytinlTT. . . . "
Remnants of 75c SILKS at 29c
iTPyT A y A big tablo of silk rem
kl JELL,! A I "ts has been arranged
tho season's best nnd most favored weaves, nro included
in 2 to S-ynrd lengths Silks for ovoryjnirposo orlg
Innlly priced nt7no. Friday, ynrd
Women's 15c Vests, 7c
Women's cotton vests,
low nock nnd sloevo
less, full tnpe-d, regu
lar 15o Friday. . . .7c
Child's 25c Hose, 17c
Children's ribbed cotton hoso,
I mm black, tnn, colors,
g regulnr price 25c;
8 I Frldny speclnl. tho
I J pnlr, nt 17c
Women's 19c Vests, 12y3c
Women's cxtrn size, low neck,
1 sleeveless vests,
full tnnnil men.
lar inc. Friday,
pnlr, nt . . 11! Hp
5Cc Stamped Waists, 25c
Waists made of white flaxon.
stamped for em
ful now designs,
worth 50c. for. 25c
25c Pillow Tops, 10c
Stamped pillow tops
nnd centers, 25c val
ues, Frldny, choice,
18c Embroideries, 9c
Cambric embroideries In ninny
widths and designs;
Cnlso Insertions and
edgings to 8-ln. wide,
vnlues to 18c, yd., Uc
20c Laces for 10c
Lncos for wash dresses l'nen
torchon, cotton cluny nnd many
fancy laces nnd
bands, widths to 5
Inches, worth to
20c, ynrd. nt. . lOn
Child's 39c Dresse3, 23c
Children's Dresses sizes 0 mo.
to ;I yrs., made of
good quality nnln
sook, Bishop stylo;
.19o al. Frldny H.Jc
50c Sheets at, 33c
Welded sheets, size
72x00 In., nctual
50c values Friday's
Remnants Sheeting, 17Vc
m I Sheeting romnnnta
I I ft ,n ,en8thB of 2 to 7
I I hi 32c, 34c 3fic
1 1 LW vn,H' Frl- -vd- ITHc
75c Night Robes, 49c
Men's muslin night
robes regular 7Gc
values, Friday, at
Marvelous MILLINERY Values
More Trimmed and Untrimmod Hats Have Been Added
to the Bargain Hopper Every Value Extreme
ANOTlllCU opportunity to share in what we earnestly believe to be the season s
biggest and best millinery values. The shapes and' styles are correct we know,
ami when the cost is considered we know the values are simply extraordinary. J3ut
there's a reason for it all, wo must have room tor our display of new summer millinery,
which is piling in on us by every express. That's why we are willing to accept such a
tremendous sacrifice. .hist a word to the wise: -
TRIMMED HAT PRICES CLIPPED
$U.OO Trimmed lints, cry special l-YWny yi.00
SU.IW to .$."4 Trlmmrd llntu, special, for Friday . . .
$7.50trij!H.7r l't ImnTcd llntN, upeclnl fop Friday
l?ro to ijU!.5() Trlmtiieil lints, special fop Friday .
.fflff to 917..HI Triinmeil lints, speclnl fop Friday .
. . $l!.Ot
. . $ 1.7."
UNTRIMMED HATS INCLUDED FRIDAY
$2.00 Hlack l ntrliiiliicd lints, speclnl fop Vpldft.v. yi.OO
$1!.IJ8 to $!.IH White. .Milan lints, iililrlmincd, Friday $1.00
!?T.mnr $1I.I)K White Chip HntN, iintrlnrtned, Friday $1.00
$a7l)K Ttt $:i.HH llctnp, l.cKhoru nnd Sllhui Hat, Frldny yi.OH
FLOWERS AND OSTRICH FANCIES
l!flp to He I'Mowpps, assorted kinds, Frldny nt 10c
$l.l8 to $1!.HK FloweiH, nsMiu led UlniN, speelnl Friday .... Thoc
to""$;t.i)H FloHei s, nssorted kinds, Friday . .T. 77 .. 7ficto $1767)
llHo to 91. OH Ostrich 1'niicles, nxorlcd, speclnl Friday HOc
Special Sale of
SWISS aluminum ware is
the highest grade made,
guaranteed for a lifetime.
Better shapes and heavier
goods than any on the mar
ket. Always buy "Brilliant"
"Brilliant" Aluminum nice Holl
ers, 1-qunrt, -fl OQ
$2.00 vnlues J) 1 Ot
"Hrllllnnt" Aluminum Hlco Holl
ers, 2 quarts, fr-a jq
$2.25 values P 1 tOJJ
"nrllllnnt" Aluminum Berlin
Snuco Pan, 4-qunrt, A q
$1.00 valud kVC
"Hrllllnnt" Aluminum Borlln Ket
tle with aluminum qq
lid. 0-qt., $2 vnlue tOC
Aluminum Individual Jolly (j
Moulds, 10c vnlue, for. . . . OC
Alumlnum'Tnblo Spoons, r
10c values, spoclnl OC
Mere About Pure Food
Shew and Demonstration
Nora than 30 Demonstrations of tho World's Best Food
Products. Froo Samples. Freo Souvenirs.
AN eduentlonnl nnd economlcul ovont. Ono that Ib of vital
Interest to every IioubowIIo. A fow minutes spent horo
Friday with tho domonstrntors will ho holpfttl to you In reducing
the cost of living In your homo.
H n sphorrloH,
o v a p oruled,
val., lh., 20d
I'ons B a r l y
June, c'n 10c
21! lha. ..$1
regular 1 0 c
can for .
Flour, Orkln's I'rldo or I'rldo
of Omaha, sack. . . .1.20
Flour. C'npltol hrnnd, 4 8-lb.
Hnck for S1.10
Jar for 10
Ij y o, Lewis',
speclnl, :i cans
for ... 25d
id pnek, largo
enn ... 10
ed, ..sp eclnl,
Honoy, qt. Jar,
spoclnl . 10
Corn SUrch 1
II). pkgr. . ,4
ty, 12 bxs 5tJ
Cofloo, lSxcolBlor brand, por
Tons, nBBortod, 5Sc vnluos,
I,or " 48c
Whent or oat
m o a 1, 2-lh,
tol, 1-lb. hr'k.
75c Undermuslins, 39c
Consisting of Com b I n n t.t o n
Drnwera nnd CorBot Covers,
mntio. or good qunl
lly muslin nnd nnln.
sook, values to 7Cc,
OhUd's $1.50 Dresses, 79c
i niiurcn a ureBscs. sizes G to 14
yenrn, mndo of per
cnlo, linen nnd gnln-
tca. iinlntlly trim
med, M.fiO vnlues.
sizes u to 14
$L00 Oorsobt for 70
Mndo of bntlste nnd coutll, mo-
iiuiii hi oust iino,
good length, four
hoso Bupporters. $1
vnlues cholco nt . . .
$2.50 Hand Bnn-s HRn
Hnntl bngs, silk and lenthcr
unoii, plain and
novelty u h a pes,
cholco, Friday. . . .
$2 Tr'v'l'g; Access'r's, 98c
including icntnor Pullman Blip-
pora, mnnicuro sot,
drinking cups, cont
nnd suU hnnger,
12VoC Toweling, 7c
w -men muck Towel
ing, flno heavy woavo,
rogulnrly sella n, t
12,4c, Frldny, yd
$1.25 Bed Spreads, 79c
l-argo size, heavy
weight Crochet Bod
Sproadn, $1.2Ii vnl
uos, Frldny, each . .
50c Shams at 19,c
Pillow SliamB, odd
lots; also stand
covers, worth fiOc,
Friday, each at. . . .
$1 Gaps at 69c
Men s spring Caps,
thnt nro worth $1,
reduced for Frl
dny'B soiling to. . . ,
75c Slippors, 49c
Men's and women a
Dnth Hllppors in ns
sorted colors, 7fic
values, Friday, pr, .
Canvas Shoes, $1.00
Children's white Canvas Shoes,
button style, heavy
solos, nil sizes;
$1.G0 to $1.75 val
ues, pair, nt
Orkin Brothers Your Own Store
Orkin Brothers Your Own Store
"The Yankee Doodle UirK" now play
Ins at tho Kiug theater, are presenting a
show that Ik rated as one of the lieat ever
produced by the Kniplre circuit. Its
Boenery Ib pretty and the tao pictures
formed by the cnorub and prlnclpula make
audiuncee applaud enthUHlastically and
"A Winning Sties " playlm? at the Hlp
podronii' theater this wtok. contains a
cast of stars and .t lorse number of
catehy Bongi which are proving: very pop
ular with the patrons of this theater.
The book of the new "Midnight Maid
ens" Is called "Tho Honeymoon," belnir a
1,1 V,i rn I L. 1 1 ri I ... 1 1 ,-, 1 . .. 1 1 .. t . .1 ........
sirls which leaves no possible room for
Improvement In entertaining quality. (Jay
ety patrons are ultnesolng a thoroughly
BuuHiymK entertainment. Lddlea' dime
Ilena Santos, at tho Orpheurn this week,
has the reputation of nosnesslnr thn mn
beautiful and expressive eves on the
I vaudeville ktane. They are unusually
'large, with lon silky lashes and perfectly
I formed brows, and are veiy dark almost
as dark as her hair. Miss riauto does
I not use any "make up" whatever on het
jeyes. It In not because she does not be
lieve In it, but simply owIiik to the fa-t
! that her eyes do not require any em
rrslstent Advertising- Is the Iload to
Ask the Bluecoat
He'll Answer You
If you happen to see a policeman with
his nose burled In a book today, and
walking toward an open coal hole or
an automobile, chalk up the blame to
Chief Dunn or the superintendent of
The officer Is frantically trying to
memorize all of the thousand odd rules
In a new manual furnished last nlsht by
Many of the old rules have been re
vised and not a few new ones addtd.
The book sets forth clearly what ft polloe
officer may or may not do. Aftor rend
ing It, If an officer Is not reduced to
a stevto of s.tirino humility nnd contri
tion, then his friends may assume that
he is an applicant fur tho Job of ser
geant ur chief.
According to the book, a policeman
may do many tlilnt's. provldtna be has
permission from the chief. Ill soveral In
stances the conclusion is drawn that an
officer may call his life lit" own. without
first consulting his superior.
The new book, besides containing much
information of benefit to the ufflcor. Is
a splendid collection of gensral Informa
tion. In tt Is a map of the city, a street
and building directory, location of fire
houses, parks, street car lines, direc
tions as to administering first aid to the
injured and the fact that n policeman on
election day may quietly ejterclse the
right of suffrage in the same manner
as other cltlsens.
A IMensnnt Surprise,
follows the first dose of Dr. King's New
Life Pills; the painless regulators that
strengthen you. Guaranteed, 2Sc. For sale
by Beaton Drug Co, Advertisement.
One Point Before
The trial of Itev. Andrew J. Mac
Murtry beforo a conunltttee of tho
Unuiha Presbytery enmo to a sudden
termination yesterday afternoon. The
charges worn not dropped, but, In legal
lore, tho prosecution was given per
mission to amend and without any date
for filing being set. At the sume time,
It was stated that after tho amended
charges hud been placed on file and a
copy served, the defendant would be
given tlmo In which to answer.
The meetings of the committee were
all held behind closed doors, but It was
learned that Itev. Mr. MacMurtry was
charged with conduct unbecoming a
preacher. Ho entered a specific denial
and contended that the prosecution wus
unwarranted und in the nature of a
The trouble that brought the preacher
beforo the committee Is suld to have
hud Its origin at Manila, la.
The continuance was granted on 'the
application of nev. Mr. MocMurtry, who
contended that the charges were faulty
and did not state a cause of action.
Persistent Advertising Is the Itoad to
ORIGINAL OF DICKENS'
LITTLE D0RRIT IS DEAD
IX)NDON, April 2I.-Mrs. Mary Ann
Cooper of tfouthgate, the original of
Dickens' "Mttlo Dorrlt," died yesterday
In her 100th year. She and Dickens were
boy and girl together when she lived in
the same street In Somerstown.
$3,000 FOR CHARITY
THE LAST CALL
For 124 BuhBcrlptlons Tho Curtis Co. will pay $3,0 00 to the Invnllds' Pension Association, which will In
sure myself and fifteen other sufforers $10 n mouth oach.
5126 Subscriptions Written: 824 Yet to Write
I MUST MAIL 24
The Ladies' Home Journal . . . $1.59
The Saturday Evening Post . . $1.59
The Country Gentleman $1.50
Or the $3,000 Prize Is Lost
ONLY SIX DAYS LEFT
PLEASE GET THEM IN
Kor 824 BtibBcrlptloiiB Tho Curtis Co. will pay $3,0lBt down, Including tho lower organs. Thero Is neither
feeling nor power of motion In the afflicted parts, nor functional knowlodgo or control. Yet friendless and bed
fast, unable even to nit erect, only as I support myself with my hands, T must literally support myself or perish.
The situation is terrifying, for my lifeless flesh will no longer bear my weight. Yet tomorrow, wore I III or
unable to provide, I would be deserted to my fate.
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KIDNEY AND BLADDER TROUBLES
Chronic Sufferers Find Relief After
Few Hoses Are Taken.
' If you are bothered with barkiiche or
rheumatism, have disagreeable, annoying
bladder or urinary disorders to contend
with or suffer with any other of the
many miseries that come from weak
kidneys, here Is a guaranteed remedy
you can depend upon, no matter what
else may have failed to oure you.
It Is a positive fact that the new dis
covery. Croxone, promptly overcomes
such diseases. It Is the most wonderful
remedy ever made for ridding the system
of uric acid.
It soaks right tn and, cleans out the
stopped up kidneys and makes them fil
ter and sift out all the pohonoua waste
matter from the blood. It neutralize
and dissolves the uric acid that lodges
In the Joints and m uncles, causing rheu
matism: soothes and heals the delicate
linings of the bladder.
More than a few doses of Cioxone are
seldom required to relieve even the ob
Htlnatc, long standing cases.
You will flrid Croxone entirely differ
ent from all other remedies, It Is so
prepared that It is practically Impossible
to take It Into the human system with
out results. An original package costs
but a trifle All druggists are authorized
to return the purchase price If Croxone
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NOW THE MATTER IS PLAIN
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which with the Interest on the $5,(KM) previously earned, will giTe me a month else the I, I. A. will fnl!
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