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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1914)
THE REE: OMAHA, MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1914.
The Bankers Reserve Life Company
T Is making a unique proposition
to successful salesmen.
Millions of Accumulated Assets
I BASObM H. ROBISON, Prer
I R. L. ROBISON, Vice Pres.
Guarantee Fund Life Association
Organized January 3, 1002.
Assets, January 1, 1914 $1,319,481.68
Reserve Fund 1,079,377.44
First Mortgage Farm Loans G56.29J.50
Entire Assets Are Pledged to Secure Policyholders.
Policies provide death, dlsabllllty and old age benefits, and are
Incontestable atter two years from their date.
Unselfish men desire Hfo Insurance for protection for the
family. That Is the only kind of a policy w ls3uo. Men only,
21 to 60 yers, are eligible.
Since most men deslro life Insurance mainly for protection,
why not buy a policy that will best sorve your neoda?
Rate per $1,000 Insurance, age 35 years, $13.30. Guaranteed
by entlro assets.
Other ages In eamo proportion.
Home Office :-: :-: Brandeis Bldg.
Phone Douglas 7021.
Three and One-Half Years Old
Insurance In force $0,000,000.00. Issues attractive and up-to-date
Policies. Liberal contracts to agents with or without previous
experience. If Interested call at or write to tho Home Office, Omaha
National Bank Bldg.
The Commonwealth Life Insurance Company
FRANS NELSON, President.
XZKirfiAFOHS, SCI NTT.
Have Some Unoccupied Territory
Liberal Commission and
Our policies are the most "popular and the premium is lowor
than that of nearly all other Old Line participating companies.
C. J. 10WELL, list. Manager, 594 Brandeis Bldg., Omaha., Neb.
. INYITATIONSJGO BROADCAST
Samson Says He Will Make Home
coming Week a Corker.
SIGNS CONTRACT FOE SHOWS
Parade ' Committee U JVorr Seeking
Subject fop Electrical Pnrnde
Other rnrnde to Be
Former residents of . Omaha are being
looked up In India, Panama and Manila
in vrder that they may receive special
Invitations to come to Omaha for "Home
cpmlng day" during Ak-Sar-Ben week
next fall. Among some 6,000 names al
ready catalogued in the office of Secre
tary J. D. Weaver of Ak-Sar-Ben, are a
half dozen who now live In the Philip
pines, several who pow live in India, and
a number now in Panama. All4 will re
celve Invitations to come homo for the
Samson now admits that "this home
comlns stunt Is going to be a bigger
thine than we thought at first." Names
of former Omaha people are piling- up In
his office faster than ho expected. And
even at that, he says, they are not nearly,
all In, as several of the larsa lodges and
other organisation have not yet re
ported their non-resident members who
formerly lived In the city. All aro ex
pected to do so whether they have been
especially communicated with concerning
the, matter or not.
Hut fine Speaker.
Something new may be Introduced at
the Den this year in the speaking pro
gram. Instead of having flve-mlnuto
talks after tho big Den show each Mon
day night, tho committee is considering
the matter of arranging for one high
''class speaker for each evening. The Idea
Is to get some speaker of national Im
portance to speak each Monday evening.
It is believed that this can be arranged
as well as it is possible for the Commer-
In One Minute! Clogged Nostrils
Stops Nasty Discharge, Clears
Stuffed Head, Heals Inflam
ed Air Passages and You
Breathe Freely. .
Try "Ely's Cream Balm."
Get a small bottle anyway. Just to try
It Apply a tittle In the nostrils and in
stantly ynur clogged nose and stopped-
up air passages of the Ik ad will openiipng Into the throat, and raw dryness Is
ou will breathe freely; dullness and i distressing but truly needles,
headache disappear. Uy morning! the Put your faith-Just once In " Rly
catarrh, cold-ln-head or catrrhal sore' Cream Balm' and vj'jt cold or ratan
tiviat will be gr.ne i will s'4re!v d'snp-ra Arents. Khermm
End such mbery now! Get tne Iwall ji McConnell Diuj Co Au.vriihcmvi.t-
R. 0. WAGNER, Sec'y.
W. G. PRESTON, Treas.
Life Insurance Co.
Renewals to Producers.
clalclub to get once such a man for tho
public'1 affairs luncheon speech each
-T.hursday through the greater part of
The contract has been signed for the
principal shows of tho carnlvnl for ths
coming festivities. "The World at
Homo" is the outfit engaged this year,
It embodies fourteen big shows, with the
iaea or. cringing me features or ine
whole world to tho door of Oman and
Its Ak-Sar-Ben guests.
The parade committee Is considering
three different features for the theme
of tho big electrical parade. One of the
three will be selected within a short time,
Last year the theme was "Stories from
For a Torpid Liver.
"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets off
ana on for tho past six years whenever
my liver shows signs of being In a dlsor
dcrcd condition. They have always acted
quickly and glvenune tho desired relief,1
writes Mrs. F. II. Trubus. Bprlngvllle,'
N. . All dealers. Advertisement.
Plans for New Church
to Be Completed Soon
With George B. Prim definitely decided
upon as architect for the new First Pres
byterian church, and with great progress
reported in the matter of finances, the
building committee will now endeovor to
complete Us plans soon, and expects that
work will be started on the edifice within
two months. Mr. Prlnr was chosen as
architect at a meeting of the committee
Friday, and a contract with him will be
signed as soon as details are arranged.
The new church will be Gothic in stylo
and will seat about 1,000 people. It will
be built at the northwest corner of
Thirty-fourth and Farnam streets, on
four lots purchased for the purpose some
and Catarrh Vanish
bottle of "Ely's Cream Balm" at any
drug store. This sweet, fragrant balm
dissolves gy the heat of the nostrils;
penetrates and heals the Inflamed, swol
len membrane which lines the nose, head
and throatt clears ths air passages; stops
nasty dlsctutues anad a feeling ot cleans
inr, soothlngrellef comes Immediately.
Don't lay awake tonight struggling for
breath, with head stuffed: nostrils closed,
hawking and blowing. Catarrh or a told
with Its runnlnr nqse, foul mucous drop-
News from the Insurance Field
ACCIDENTS OF THE WEEK
XerUw of Bts Accident Headlines for
BLIZZARD T1ESUP TRAFFIC
Worst Storm for Years Kaging in
the Atlantio States.
EIGHT DEATHS IN NEW YORK
Three Men Fatally-
Wounded in Running
Fight in New York
Dr. Hoffman Suffers
Tango Party Brought
to End with Killing
Nose Bitten Off in
Eow at Tango Party
Seven Coal Miners
Drowned in Belgium
FIRE TRUCK MASHES THE
ANKLE OF A FIREMAN
WOMAN AND CHILD KILLED
WHILE CROSSING TRACK
RUPTURES BLOOD VESSEL
WHILE COUGHING ANU uits
GREAT WESTERN LftKES GUN
Road Pleases Its Stockholders with
the Showing Made.
OMAHA BEST0f" ALL POINTS
Total of nuslnrss Increase nt This
Station Kcllp.es that of I2very
Other Town on the Entire-
Tho Omaha stockholders of Great West
ern are delighted with the
Ing made by- the road during the first
half ot the present fiscal year. The . state,
ments have recently arrived and they
show that during the last six months tho
road has made a gain of 65 per cent ovor
"the corresponding period of one year ago.
During the first hair of tho present
fiscal year, beginning lost July, tho Orat
Western ffld a gross business of J9.l47.iso.
a gain of $226,000 over tho previous six
months. Of this gain the freight busi
ness contributed $162,000. For the same
period tho operating expenses were J3.6S8.
603, or 9 per cent greater than during the
last half of 1912. It is said tho Increase
In expenses was largely due to charging
into maintenance accounts Items which
In previous periods were Included In re
habilitation. The Great Western statements show
that Omaha has been making the great
est business gains of any station on tho
system. The business In and out of
Omaha for tho six months ending De
cember 31, last, show an Increase of
100 per cent over the corresponding pe
riod of 1312 and more than 100 per cent
over any previous "six montns In tho his
tory ot the road.
The business report of the Great West
ern does not even hint at tho future of
tho property. There has been talk that
on account of It being feederless, event
ually It would have to be absorbed by
some big system In order to .mako It
profitable. Ilallroad men, however, In view
of the statement Just out, say that this
Is not necessary. Wlillo they admit thai
absorption may come eventually, the
management of President Felton has
shown that Independently the road can
bo run at a good profit for tho stock
holders and others Interested.
The absorption of the Great Western Is
still In the air- Six months ago Wall
street sent out flyers to the effect that
tho property was being sought by the
Pere Marquetto and color -was given this
report by reason of the fact that Presi
dent Felton ' of the Great Western ac
cepted the position of the president of
the Pere Marquette, becoming the execu
tive head of the two properties.
Lease llolila Them Hack.
Now there Is another rumor in connec
tion with tho future, of the Great Western,
and this, is, that tho time Is not far dis
tant when It will bo owned and operated
by the Grand Trunk. It Is said that all
that Is holding off the consummation of
the deal Is the disposition of that portion
of the road between Omaha and Fort
Dodge, la. This 136 miles of road Is the
property ot the Mason City & Fort Dodge
company and Is operated under a fifty
year lease by the Great Western. This
lease has still some thlrty-flvo years to
In order to do away with the lease and
the terms, It Is said the plan Is for the
Mason City & Fort Dodgo company to
fall to pay the Interest on Its bonds and
let the property go to sale under fore
closure proceedings. This, It Is contended,
would permit the Grand Trunk to come
In any buy the line, after which it could
easily secure control by purchase of the
balance of the mileage and other proper
ties. Officials Inspect System,
Within the last twenty days, In private
cars, Grand Trunk officials have been
ovor every mile ot the Qreat Western
system, have visited alt of the terminals,;
and have looked them over thorough!
Not only this, but it Is said they have I
had a physical 'valuation of the entire!
property made and that this Is In the I
general offices of the Grand Trunk system
T"e Grand Truni has lines and termin
als in Chleaijo. and by ral roud men. a
; is ontendd lliat If It e . red the Great
I V eslci : th ls u-niilf lenrlnal i
Omuiu. i..-nux I iv und M.nntv; j it I
Snowing1 the necessity of
Wind Storm Does Big
Damage in St, Iiouis;
Fifty Persons Hurt
Three Swiss Alpine
Climbers Meet Death
Woman Hit in Neck
' Fire in St. Louis
Des Moines Church
FOUR BUILDINGS BURNED
AT M0NDAMIN, IOWA
WOMAN FOUND FROZEN
TO DEATH IN A SLEIGH
THIRD BIG FIRE IN
ST. LOUIS IN FOUR DAYS
PRACHT LOSES HIS HEEL IN
TRYING TO RUN ELEVATOR
FOOT AS SCAFFOLD BREAKS
would ho the greatest rallrond system in
the United States.
GROUND IS BROKEN FOR
MEDICS' FRATERNITY HOUSE
Ground was formally broken yesterday
for the now house of the Iota chapter
of Phi Rho Sigma fraternity of tho No
hrnnVA Collece of Medlclni. The occa
sion was tho thirteenth anniversary of
tho founding of tho chapter In Omaha,
The program was In chargo of tho char
ter members. Drs. M. A. Tlnley, n. w,
Christie. W. P Wherry. C. W. Poyntcr,
C. F. Avery, A. If. Cooper, M. B. Mo
Dowell, S. B. Hall, II. W. Heffelflnger,
A. B. Llndqulst and IT. A. Relchenbacn.
Tho fraternity property Is situated on
Forty-second, and Dewey avenue, Jujt
across from" the campus. The building
will cost $15,000, which amount has nl
ready been subscribed by tho alumni nt
It will be a three-story structure with
basement. Tho basement will be occu
pled by garno rooms, storo rooms, eta Tho
first floor will furnish the living rooms,
the second floor will bo given over en
tirely to study rooms, whllo tho third
floor will be a large, modern dormitory
fitted with single hospital beds, tollot
rooms and shower baths.
Phi Bho Sigma will be oifb of the few
professional fraternities In the west
which owns Its homo and tho only one
In the University of Nebraska.
Fort School for
Boys Issues First
,Copy of The Bugle
The first lssua of "Tho Fort School
Bugle," a paper published by tho boys
In the printing department of tho Fort Spe
cial School for Boys, was Issued yester
day. The mechanical work and tho local
news In the paper was all dono by the
boys In tho school. In a "Foreword" Su
perintendent E. U, Graff says:
"This first numberls presented to
friends with confidence and good will;
confidence because. It Is sure of Its mis
sionto be the bulletin of progress ot the
pupils of Fort school; with good will be
cause It Is convinced of the support and
interest of the parents or Omaha and it Is
determined not to disappoint their ex
pectations. Its mission Is not to con
tribute anything to the art of Journalism,
but rather afford pupils of the school an
opportunity to show their appreciation
and loyalty to their school."
Under the supervision of Assistant
Principal F. W. Bason, the "printers" at
Fort school, have become very apt and
have produced several examples of first
claj job work.
Key to the Situation net Advertising.
FINDS WIFE AND CHILD
UNCONSCIOUS FROM, GAS
If, C. Alexander, employed at the Hotel
Rome, refurnlng to Ids home, 2518 Ohio
street, lato last night found tho house
full of gas and his wife and 12-year-old
son unconscious. They were revived. Tho
gas Jet was open.
if not attended to may be
come acute and weaken the
a stem. Stop it promptly with
the one remedy ture to soothe
the nerves and kill the pain
deadly foe to toothache,
sciatica, and rheumatism.
Mr. E. W. Gllleiple, of Denmark,
Tenn., Il.F.D. No. V writes: "I had
been ufferlnr with neuralgia for soma
time. Sloia Liniment wss recom
mended to tne. and I used some of it,
and it stopped the pain entirely."
At til dealers. Prlct 2$c EOc 4 01JM
Or. Earl S.SIo:i, Ine Bestoa, hUss.
Much Interest is
Shown in Strength
of Fire Insurance
Increasing Importance of flro Insurance
ns a factor in business operations has
tended to create an unusual Interest In
the relative financial strength of the vari
ous insuranco companies. Markot volus
of securities last year were depressed,
from ono causo or another, and many tiro
Insurance companies wound up the year
with a smaller surplus than they had at
the close ot tho preceding year
Tho Spectator, a weekly Insurance re
view paper, has prepared an Interesting
tabulation of tho essential features ot tho
statements of tho principal Insurance com
panies In the United States, which do
about 90 per cent of tho business.
Of these, companies, holding a total cash
capital of JU1.2S0.S09, the majority cither
broko even at tho end of the year or suf
fered only a light falling oft ot cash as
sets, but tho total decrease In assets for
tho year 1913 was 9,S17,770, whereas tor
all previous years back to ltOl the decrcoso
In net surplus was 3,872,9S.'.
It Is Interesting to note from this state
ment that the totat Income of the Insur
anco companies for 1913 was 33MS3,I)S0 and
that the total losses paid were 1170,K3,4O;,
Tho total assets of these companies on
January 1 were JCOS.OW.976. Total disburse
ments) wero reported to be $.H2,2S6,K.
Life Comp'any Safest
of Financial Concerns
It has been said that a great life Insur
ance company is tho safest ot all finan
cial organizations, because no run can be
mado upon it during periods ot financial
disaster. This Is because Its Insurance
obligations, based on tho law of mortal
ity, mature, with tho tamo deliberation
and regularity during periods ot business
and financial disturbance as during times
of pcaco and prosperity.
A tabulation of" flro Insurance pre
miums for 1913 in Washington shows a
material increaso for the leading non
board companies and mutuals and an
average decreaso for tho board com
The Minnesota Insuranco, department
announces that numerous complaints havo
been received regarding rebates, but it
has been found difficult to secure satis
factory evidence, aa tho complainants
usually ask that their names be not dis
closed. Tho Insuranco department says
that the antl-rebatd law was enacted
principally for tho protection of the ngcrit
and unless agents will co-operato In en
forcing the law It will remain a dead
Tho llllnolp tiro marshal's department
won a notabki victory In getting the con
viction of Thomas llornsby and Charles
ntevlns of Falrbury on a charge of arson,
Both men pleaded guilty, one only after
the evidence had been submitted, and
were sentenced to tho penitentiary for
an Indeterminate sentence of from ono
to twenty years. Blevlns was the owner
of tho Illinois hotel at Falrbury and hired
llornsby to help him burn It In order to
collect on JIO.OOO nf Insurance.
Michigan Is very much In tho Insuranco
limelight Just now. In addition to tho or
der of tho Insuranco department barring
nonrcsiaent agents ana uroKers and an
annexes after March 1, Its ruling regard.
Ing the type used In policy forms has
upset all tho supply departments. Tho
Michigan department holds that no forms
are legal In that state which aro printed
in smaller than ten-po nt type.- and elim
I nates tho Cash and cost value feature
rrom tno Household forms.
C. W. Fracker, Iowa stato agent of
tho Bpringflold. has completed his nn
nual tabulation of tho experience ot flro
Insuranco companies doing business In
that state. Tho Jowa stock companies
wroto net premiums or u.oh.ko in 1913,
with a loss ratio of Gft per cent. Tho 1912
premiums wero $2,193,9(3, with a loss ratio
of Bl per cent, threo of tho companies
having reinsured during 1913. Tho Iowa
mutuais wroto net premiums of Jl.OC8.I74.
with losses of $618,474. This Is an Increase
over 1912, tho mutual premiums for that
year ueing kizu.zzi. with losses of X3D8.GOT.
Most of this gain was achieved by the
iowa mutual tornado companies, which
snowed an increase of nearly 2260,000 In
premiums in 1913. as comnared with I'll"
largely duo to tho tornado In the western
part of tho stato on Kastcr day, which
inuuo a ureal ueinana ior winastorm pro
tection. The total Iowa premiums for
1M3 were 8,HM,7h. with a loss ratio nf
w per cent, as compared with premiums
of 27,563.761 In 1912. with a loss ratio ot
oo per cent.
PRETTY FEET CAUSE GRIEF
Mr. Nat Houston Comes to Fight
Her Divorce Case.
18 ARMED WITH DEPOSITIONS
Drama with l'rldo When Inter-
Tiewer Aska Abont Iter "Most
Beautiful Fret" and Hay They
Are Cause of Trouble.
Although admitting that her cuto llttlq
feet, said by Judges to be the moat beau
tiful In tho world, were the original cause
of all her marital troubles, Mrs. Clara
S. Houston, who Is suing Nat C, Houston
commission man, for divorce, refuses to
withdraw from the chiropody and pedal
boauty career which she has entered. She
Is now In Omaha, stopping at the Hen-
shaw, and says she is armed with depo
sltlons "of a rather sensational nature,"
which she promises to spring In the dl
vorce hearing, If her husband refuses her
demands for the 15,000 settlement which
eho alleges was provided for in a' pre
Hearing on the question of Jurisdiction
In tho divorce suit will bo held by Judge
Sutton in district court next Saturday,
At , the Henshaw yesterday, she said
she was anxious to avoid publicity and
wanted to get "as quiet a divorce as pos
sible." However, when her "most beauti
ful feet" wero mentioned, she beamed
I with pleasure, but Immediately assumed h
! woe-begone expression, as she shoved her
' little feet out from under her skirt and
glanced dowp'ut them.
I'rM G'nuar llrr Trouble.
"That's where all the trouble began,"
she said. "They're at the bottom of It.
Juit becauso my feet were photographed
land their pictures were published In the
newspapers when people thought they
wero pretty, Nat got sore at mo and I
I had to sue him for divorce.
, "Now I'm told by my attorney that Nat
wonts to settle the matter out of
court, but won't give me all I want under
1 our prenuptlal agreement. I gave cruelty
io grounds for divorce In my petition,
but only to spare him as much as po
slble. Maybe he will mako me use my
depositions," she added demurely,
i The first Important question to be set
tled by the court will be whether or not
Mrs. Houston is within It Jurisdiction
and therefore able to bring suit here.
She admits having lived In Chicago for
over a year and a half, but asserts that
as she Is still the wife of Mr. Houston,
We are Issuing tho most liberal poli
cies consistent with good scrvlco to our
fmtrona and honest adjustment of their
FIDELITY AND CASUALTY
National Fidelity and Casualty Building
THE HANDSOMEST COMPLIMENT whtoh a poor man
can pay to his wife ia wrapped up in an insuranco policy
tho payments of which aro kept up.
TOM S. KELLY "raE IK?N0E
THE FOLTXWING COMPANIES GUARANTEE HAPETV IN
Homo Insuranco Company. Phoenix Insuranco Company. Conti
nental Insuranco Company. Springfield Flro & Marino Insuranco
Company. Now Hampshire Insuranco Company. Liverpool and
liondon and Globo Insuranco Company. Franklin Insuranco Com
pany. Western As.iurnnco Company,
Brandeis Bldg. Phone Doug. 29
ARE YOU INSURED?
If not, wo havo tho policy you want.
GREAT WESTERN POLICIES PAY.,
H. O. WILHELM, Manager.
Phono Douglas 3316. Now Baird Building, Omaha, Neb.
Lion Bonding & Surety Co.
GIVES YOU Ora WRITES
IDEAL m3m ACCIDENT
HOME OFFICES - - 9th
AVE DON'T WANT MUCH
K IflltK. TOnVinn A ITTV.fr.IMT.l. nr Ainu tfiT.aon nrttrvm
BUItGLAHY, HEALTH and ACCIDENT,
ALFRED C. KENNEDY
209 First National Hank ItulUllng. Phone Douglas 722.
We insure insurance men
the best of service, the best loca
tion and the most in office comfort
for your money if you office in
THE BEE BUILDING
"77te Building That Is Always New"
Wo can show you a few choice offices
today. Next month there mny, be none.
Superintendent, Room 103
her legal residence remains the same as
his until two years after she left lilm.
This matter will ho argued next Saturday,
and the dlvorco question Itself will follow
soon after, If Mrs. Houston wins on the
point of jurisdiction.
Oonnrlis and Cold.
Weak, soro lunifs quickly relieved hy
Dr. King's New Discovery. Th first
dosn helps. Best remedy for coughs and
colds and all lung troubles. EOo and $1.
All druggists. Advertisement.
Banquets Its Agents
The Commpnthwoalth Life Insurance
company banqueted fifty agents from
South Dakota, Iowa and Nebraska at tho
Paxton hotel at 6:30 o'clock Saturday
evening. After the feast various topics
ot Interest to both tho company and the
agents were discussed.
Frans Nelson, president, and a number
of other officers and stockholders' of tha
company were present ana gave Interest
The Commonwealth Life Insurance Com
pany Underwriters' association was
organized und the following officers were
elected for tho ensuing years I I Tur.
ley, president! It. J. Johnson, vice preal
dent, ltay Branson, secretary-treasurer.
From the economic point of view man
is a money making machine. Ho Is a
provider. Whllo life Insuranco cannot
remove any of the sorrow or heartache,
of the living for tho dead, yet it does con
tlnue, In a measure, tho economlo worth
of tho breadwinner, thereby often pre
venting poverty. It does tar more. It pro
vides many of thji needed comforts ot
life, keeps the family together, educates
tho children and prepares them for bet
ter and higher citizenship.
There Is a very human side to life
Insurance. Nothing can take Its place
All tho standard forms ot policies Is
The Midwest Life
N. V.. 8NKLL, I'nBBIDENT
A NEBRASKA STOCK CO Mr ANY
ttima NON-rAKTICIFATDtG LOT INJUKANCX 0N1T
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. LINCOLN.
CITT XATXOHAX, BAOTC BU1XDXX(.
QBOBQ8 OSOOXEX, T. A. TXKXXT,
ADVERTISING IB THE
SPOKEN EVERYWHERE BY
BUYERS AND SELLERS.
Floor . - W. O. W. BUILDING
JUST THE "LION'S SHARE."
The Commonwealth Ono Hundred Thou
sand club was also organized and the
following officers were elected for tho
coming year: Dr. W. U. Mullen, presi
dent; Ray Uranson, vice president: J. A.
Way, secretary-treasurer. At the con
clusion ot the addresses the entire party
attended the Orpheum. The Common
wealth company did a pig business last
year and Us outlook Is unusually bright.
La-Grippe and Colds
InLaQrippo and Colds, Antl-kamnla(A-K)
Tablets are unexcelled, as they stop the
pains, soothe the nerves, and bring the rest
so greatly needed by nature to restore the
system to health. 1'hyilcJans bays used
these tablets for over twenty years, In tha
treatment ot colds, fevers and la grippe, and
have found no other remedy more useful la
these conditions. Antt-kamnia Tablets are
so inexpensive, so pleasant to take, so sat
isfactory In their results, and so useful In all
conditions where there Is pain, that A-K
Tablets should always be kept la the houto
for the time ot need. Many ot our ableit
physicians obtain perfect remits In la grippe
and colds, by cleansing the system with Ep
som salts or "Aotolds". a very good csthar
Uo, putting the patient on a limited diet, an
administering one A'K tablet every two or
three hours. This treatment will usually
break up the worst case In a day or two,
while In milder oases, ease and comfort fol
low almost Immediately. These tablets or
alio unexcelled for Neuralgia, Rheamallo
Pains, The Pains ot Women, Indigestion
and Insomnia. All druggist hvo them.
Cnufe A'K TabltU ap th A muuk.
J. S A'K Sale far Sort
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