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Starvation Will Not
But a Stunrt's Dyspcpsln Tablet Will
Enablo You to Kat Your Meals
Without Suffering After
Kvery person knows that to livr m a
health), happy manner wo roust rat.
Diet, ftarvallon, predicted food, etc.,
are not tho correct methods of eliminat
ing digestion disorders.
Many dyspeptics know that they must
eat and so they ro to their meals In n
half-hearted manner, When they see food
before them they are made miserable.
Their judgments tell them to eat, hut
their stomachs revolt at tho Idea and so
whatever food they consume does them
mora harm than good.
. Cries .BBSlBfell
"If I Were Sura Thl Meal Would Kot
injure Me X Would Sat for X Am
Losing- Weight Every Day.
In cases of dyspepsia, catarrh of tho
stomach, gastritis, heartburn, rash, foul
breath, bowel coihplalnt, stomach trou
ble, eta, a Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet
taken after each meal will do more ood
than anything you huvo ever tried.
You simply cannot realize how these
llttlo digesters put away a meal, without
effort, pain or distress and at tho samo
time so build ut tho digestive apparatus
as to mnko tho next meal moro easily
taken care of.
To understand what Stuatt's Dyspep-
ula Tableto aro composed of is to rcailzo
that "when they reach tho stomach they
dlsHolvo Into dlgostlvo Juices Just as de
sired by nature. They hold Ingredients
which the healthy stomach Jb supplied
with and tho unhealthy stomach lacks.
These natural qualities iave a great dl
gfsllvo Influence upon all food. One grain
of ono ingredient contained In Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets Is sufficient to digest
3,000 grains of food.
When you havo given this n single
thought consideration you will then un
derstand wny It is that Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets are tho greatest stomach
and .dyspepsia, remedy known today.
Thousands of stomach sufferers all over
this country, who havo been relieved of
all kinds of digestive diseases aro the
Influences which havo mado these tablets
sold by druggists in every city, town
anil vlllago in this country.
Go to your druggist today and obtain
a box. Price E0 cents.
Sjracuso Business Mmu Will Send
Treatment to Auy Bender.
I say that I can conquer rheumatism
with a slmplo home treatment, without
clrctrlc treatment, stringent diet, weak
ening baths or any internal dosing that
injures tho digestion, or In fact any other
of the usual treatments recommended
for the euro, of rheumatism.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Ht Root rrtnt It Now Beacon Tress.
Iiif Ins.? T.. Penn Mutual. aonlO,
XUectrlo Bnppllts Burgces-aranflen Co
ridslitjr Btoraj. ft Tan Co. D. 1S16.
Incom. tax blanks and assistance with
them is offered by tho retcrs Trust com
pany, 1(32 Farnam street, without obliga
tion or chargn.
Stat Bank or omaha per cent paid
on time deposits; 3 per cent paid on sav
ings accounts. All deposits In this bank
aro protected by tho depositors guaran
tee fund of the state .f NobrawKa.
lined as a Psnce II. Golden, 607
south sixteenth street, charged with re
ceiving n pair of stolen clamps belonging
to K. II; llrown, 113 North Sixteenth
street, was fined $10 and costs In pollen
Contract for Partition A contract
amounting to Jl,:i has been let to John
Ijif of Omaha for tho construction of
glass partitions In tho federal building,
between tho general delivery department
and the work room of tho postofflce.
rinad for St.allnr Sho. Ihmry
Leichenbcrg, address tho NobrnBka lodg
nlg house, was sentenced to twenty days
In the county Jail for the theft of a pair
of shoes from Brandcls stores. Special
Officer Finn appeared against tho jnnn.
Sues on Hoti and ContraoU Henry
.fc Allen of New York havo filed suit in
tho United .States district court to re
cover J11.&91 alleged to be duo them froml
the defendants, Hudson & Thurber com
pany of Omaha. Notes nnd contracts are
produced as a basis for the suit.
MANY ENDORSE PURCHASE
Number of Organizations Advocate
COMMITTEE IS QUITE PLEASED
Cltlint Orjtnitttcd to KulluMrit tho
I'nhllo on Situation Satisfied
rrlth the Stand Others
HIM:: 'HHHbW:' IbbB
Kli . sHBhHHhIk''' bI
Speed of Trucks
is Governed by
There is an Idea in tho uutomobllo
world that a light truck should run very
much faster than a heavy truck.
Some go so far as to ray that a truck
one-half tho capacity of nnothcr should
go twlco as fast.
However, taking examples from many
analogous transport services, it was
soon found that tho largo ship traveled
faster than a smaller one, that tho
largo locomotive traveled at higher speed
than tho smnllcr one, that a largo nuto
mobllo traveled faster than a small and
Even In th'o animal world this holds
good. The dog, used In many parts of
Europe as a means of hauling light carts
Is much slower than a donkey. Tho don
key In its turn, though a lighter animal,
is much slower than the horse.
Of course, thcro aro many exceptions
to tho nbovo comparisons, such as a
speed boat or a racing automobile but
of what uso arc arguments for such ex
ceptions to the rule, when It Is a well
known fact that to obtain this unnatural
porfectlon in ono direction everything
else must be sacrificed?
The question of the speed of a truck Is
figured out on a sclenUfio basis among
tho many points considered In reaching
this decision Is tho weight of tho truck
and tho load it is to carry. Wear nlro
is n very important point, for the rato of
deterioration increases on tho squaro of
tho speed. This applies to tlrcB, springs.
motor and also to tho fatigue of non-
wearing parts sucli as the frame mem
bers, axle tubes, etc.
In addition to the above, the speed
at which a truck runs in traffia Is gov
erned greatly by tho Bpeed of the traffic,
and actual, tests showed, except on long
clear runs, that thcro was no material
advantage in having an excess of speed.
For these and many technical reasons,
tho Plerce-Arrow Motor Car company
decided to mako the speed of their two
ton truck about sixteen miles per hour.
Don t shut your eyes and say "Impos
slble ." but Dut mo to the test. You may
have tried everything you ever heard of
and have spent your money rigiu ana
left. I say. well and good, let me Drove
my claim without expense to you. So
send mo your namo and tho treatment
will be sent you at once. I am willing
to tako the chance and surely the test
will tell. When I send you this, I will
yrlto you fully, and will show you that
my treatment is not only for curing
ihcumatlsm but should also cleanse the
nystem of Uric Acid and give great bene
fit in Kinney troupies anu ncip me gen
This sneclal offer will not bo held open
Indefinitely. It will be necessary for you
to make your application quickly. Ho
tnka advantaeo of this offer before it Is
too late. Don't send any money; Just
your namo and address and I will send
the remedy. After It has shown that It
is the Teal euro for your rhoumatlsm,
send mo tho price, ono dollar. Write to-
day. l i'eiuno, ui-x jjeiiuiu imuk.,
Syracuse; Ni x.
The Boo has tho only ap
paratus of its kind in
Omaha. The panoramic
camera is particularly
adapted for large groups,
large buildings, etc., as
well as panoramic views,
as it brings out tho ends
of tho photo as clearly
as the middle. The re
sults aro certainly won
derful. If you will call
or telephono wo will sub
mit samples. Tho cost is
not very great, taking
tho high character of
' work into consideration.
The facilities of this de
partment are yours if
you need them.
Bee Photo Department.
Telephone Tyler 1000.
Chzages (esdency toward disease to
tendency toward health. No alcohol
Sold for 60 yean.
OVERLAND EASY TO DRIVE
So Says Harry L. Van Brunt, Bis-1
tributor in This Territory.
BUT TWO THINGS TO LEARN!
It I Nun- only -cnnr- to Mniil
nlatc Stcrrlnir Wheel, Throttle
nml llrnke nnd to I'.c
(he CI n teli.
Not an organisation In the city lus as
yet refused its endorsement to the pro
posed Auditorium bond proposition. Tho
Commercial club and tho Associated He
tailors of Omaha endorsed tho bond issue
nnd were followed by tho Omaha Manu
facturers' association. Following theso
came the endorsement of the Omaha. Typ
ographical union and the Ken Franklin
Members of the Cltlxens' AudKorlum
committee, organized to work tor tho
Pnssago of the bonds, aro much plcasel
with the action of these various organ
izations on this matter. Especially nines
these endorsements also carried with
them a pledgo to support the campaign
for carrying the bonds. !
"We have no fear regarding the out
comes of the bond election." soys tho
committee. "When the people of Omaha
realize the condition tho city Is in nnd
would ho in if tho bonds were defeated,
we know thry will do tho best thine for
tho city Hint la to vote these bonds.
"Tho jrroat difficulty with the bonds
Is that no ono la sufficiently Interested
In them to work actively for their pas
sage, except the citizens' committee. Wc
aro glvlnsr our time to this undertaking
so that tho people of Omaha may bc'omo
acquainted with tho conditions.
City May I'Onr- UiiIIcIIiir.
"Tho one thins: Is to get Omaha to real
ize tho exact condition. It these bonds
aro not voted, It Is very likely that tho
Auditorium will pass out of uso ns nn
auditorium. In that event, wo would be
unable to get another auditorium under
throo years under tho most favorable
circumstances. To bo without an audi
torlum for three to five years would bo
a greater handicap to Omaha than most
"Tho present owners have been fair In
their attitude. They have agreed to tako
IMO.COJ in order that tho city will havo
funds, SoO.000, to remodel nnd complete tho
building. When,', it is known that tho
present indebtedness is moro than 110.000
and that tho owners will have less than
$70,000 to distributes among moro than 2,000
stockholders, 'one can see Just how small
Is tho return to any person or corpora
tion. "We shall put tho situation hoforo
every organization in Omaha between
now and .March 10. After that if the peo
ple ft Omaha dceldo that they would
rothor bo without nn Auditorium, we will
abldo by their decision."
Thousands of people are buying auto
mobiles today, who n few years ago
fought shy of them. They had tho money
nnd tho Inclination, but Incked the neces
sary confidence In the cars themselves.
This was due In a measure to tho com
plicated construct ton of the operating
devices and the machinery in general.
According to Harry I Van Brunt, pres
ident of the Vnn llrunt AntomotMle com
pnny. this fault has hewn entirely elimina
ted in the tnodtrn automobile A man no
longer worries about a hundred anil tine
thhiK while driving his car and ttoos not
have to familiarize himself with each
ami every llttlo detail of Its construe
tlon. After one or two leemtns he acquires
tho necessary confldrnee, and all that vr
mains for him to do Is to follow a few
There was a time when a man did not
feel safe In taking his family otit unless
ho had an ovpeilencOAl rhnuffeur at tho
wheel. There wero so many things liable
to happen nt n moment's notice, requiring
the attention of a practical man, and
ho did not enre to take a chance on his
own meager knowledge ef th" rar. Hut
tlrise times hnve passed. The yming son
or daughter nowadays is Just n ejtnert
at driving ns the fnther. ami It Is a
common occurrence to we the Junior
member of a touring nnrty piloting the
ear across ronntry. In fnet, tho operation
is so simple that the father often finds
the garage empty when he leasts expects
Take the latent Overland model as an
example of simple operntlnn. Any persnn
with an nvemgo amount of Intelligence
en run this car on short notice, Theto
are but two thlnga to lenrn: flrt, the
manipulating wheel, throttle nnd brake;
second,; tho use of the dutch and gear
shifting lever. Clot these two points
firmly fltfd In your mind nnd you have
the prret of driving.
With Packard Pride
I-ouls It. llostttlrk, while not vonne ti 1
with the Automobile show In nny otf
rlal rapacity, str.olls a,round the Tack
ard display space ns If he we.ro the liH'
mogul of the event. Hostwlck purchase'!
a J-3S Packard runabout, which draw.4
many an exclamation from those who
are attending ' the big show. The run
about Is stationed Tight in the foreground
of tho I'ncknrd exhibit, nnd BostirMt
sticks to the exhibit as closely as pow
slble and dreams about the machine n
night when the Auditorium Is locked
Hot Flatiron Sets
Fire to Bed) Three
Have Narrow Escape
Three children of tho IJ. It. Kincald
family, 2415 South Eleventh street, nar
rowly escaped burning" to death Monday
night when a hot flatiron one of tho
youngsters was using for his toothacho
set fire to tho bed.
They were all aroused In time, however,
by tho sufferer and nn alarm of flro Mont
In. Tho resulting blazo was put out
with extinguishers. About $110 damage
Butler and Kugel
Agree to Make Up
and Be Peaceful
Police Commlssonor A. C, Kugel and
Commissioner Dan B. Butler of the de
partment pt finances and accounts, who
havo been, figuratively, tearing out each
"other's hair through tho public prints,
held a love-feast and agreed to cease
"What's the use of quarreling about
these llttlo things?" Butler wanted to
"Xo use. I'm wiling to shut up," sad
And bo they agreed. ByMhls agreement
tltero are to be no more charges of grand
standing or "playing to tho galleries,"
nor shall one charge the other with swip
ing any bright Ideas from fellow com
missioners. Each is to proceed along the even tenor
of his way, unmolested by the other.
Thcro Is to be no more discord between
Voters May Now
Register for the
Voters who dcslro to register lor the
special city election of March 10, when
tho new charter, tho $100,000 incinerator
bond issue, the 2SO,000 Auditorium bond
Issue nnd tho seven fare for a quarter
ordinance, if it is not killed In district
court, will be at Issue, must enroll their
names with the election commissioner
this week If they have not previously reg
istered slnco the election commissioner
took office and havo changed their resi
dence. Tho commissioner's office In the
court house will be kept open Saturday
night until 9 o'clock.
Little Lad Likes
Food at Pest House
. C Arr Oo..
Willie Mitchell, a litle fellow who was
confined at the detention home, and was
later sent to the city pest house with a
case of smallpox-, was released Sunday
and sent back to the home.
Monday, in splto of the raging blizzard,
ho escaped from the detention home ami
made his way back to the pest house,
whero he applied for admittance and
wept because he was sent back to tho
"I had co many good things to cat at
tho peit house," said the little fellow,
'that I want to stay there."
While at the pest house the boy says
ho had more to eat than he ever had be
fore. Now, he declares, he Is looking for
another case of smallpox1.
Hucklrn'a Arnica Salve
I prevented blood poison on Mr G. W,
Cloyd of Plunk, Mo. This soothing salve
healed a dangerous wound, 25c All
FUNERAL OF MRS. FLYMN IS
TO BE HELD THIS MORNING
The funeral of Mrs. Margaret lHynn
will bo held this morning from tho
residence of her son, Thomas J 233
South Fifteenth street, near Castcllar, to
St. Patrick's church at 0 o'clock, with
solemn high mass, Hev. J. T, Smith, cele
brant, and Uev. K. J. Flanigan, assistant.
The samo friends who carried her late
husband, Cornelius llynn, to his last
resting placo a short two months ngY
will servo as pallbearers for Mrs. Flynn.
They aro Thomas MciOovcrn, Joseph P.
Butler, John Carver, B. C. Foley, William
1. Itusscll, William Carver, John Murana
and James Lcary.
Tho Persistent and Judicious Uso of
Nowspapcr Advertising is the Boad to
SB ! H lBW.
This means: A car that
will tako you to work and
homo again dally with
A car that takes you, day
after day when touring
according to schedule
without petty annoyances
and delays to mar tho plea
sure of tho trip.
The car that is always "on
tho Job" one that geta you
thero and back so regularly
that you feel like patting
tho hood as you would pat a
There is one car (name
above) that has proved you
can depend upon It,
Z . This Is one of a series of 8
talks on how to buy an auto- j
mobile. The complete series' J
containing a. wealth of valu-
able Information may be hud
In booklet form by asking JJ
Marion Automobile Co. E
5 U! 01-U103 Farnam Street.
2 Oinnlia, Neb. a
S . W. McDonald, Mgr. 6
What Tires Can Match Their Service?
What Tjres Can Match Their Safely?
You'll not find a user who doubts the ab-
solute skid-preventing power of the many hundred
strong walled Vacuum Cups on every tread. This
efficacy is guaranteed else tires returnable at
purchase price after reasonable trial.
You'll not find a user who is skeptical regarding the tire-saving
guaranteed oil-proof quality, after driving much on oiled
roads, or having tires oil soaked in the garage, Oil can have
no effect whatever on these tires. -
And as to mileage, there are records of upward of 15,000
miles on heavy cars, and numerous records of
over 12,000 miles, while practically, every tire
used has far and away exceeded the guaran
teed mileage of 4,500 actual miles.
Vacuum Cup tires give you the most
extra service for nothing, over and
above the customary basis of miles
Pennsylvania Rubber Co.
215 S. 20th Street
Western Auto Supply
1920 Farnam Street
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