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mi; omaha. Monday, ai;u;st 2r. v.n
ARREST RECALLS Omaha Men to Get
W. H. Weit Ii Taken by Police for
Investigation Following Identi
fication by Young Woman.
DRAMATIC SCENE AT CEMETEKY
Almost three months after the
hatchet murder mystery of May 21.
when Ada Swanson, domestic In the
home of Joseph Sykes, 2023 Spencer
utreet, as hacked to death, an ar
rest has been made that arouse re
newed Interest in that case.
The police yesterday morning ar
rested W. II. West, 27 years old, liv
ing at Fifty-second and Kansas
avenue, who has been sought for
other reasons for the last sixty days.
His rapture followed dramatic cir
cumstances, and credit Is given to
Paul Banmmer, motorman on the
Forest Lawn cemetery stub of the
street railway lines.
Shortly before the murder of Ada
Sninnon Hedrlrk Berg, aged JO. living at
4718 Idt street, wss taking a short cut
'to her home by walking along a lonely
path leading through Forest Lawn ceme
tery. akr Man Appears.
Aa sha reached a plaoe shrouded by
thick underbrush, a man, stsrk naked,
sprang out upon her. Befors aha could
recover from her surprise, ha commenced
ehoklng her. In soma manner, alia man
aged to escape, and the man disappeared.
The girl was too embarrassed by her ei
perienca to relate It to her parents or to
the authorities, but on the following
month, aoon after the killing or Ada
Swanson, Agatha itetg, her elder sister
lad a similar adventure with the same
Thla time the authorities were notified.
Search of the vicinity brought to light a
bottlo partly filled with chloroform, a
handkerchief saturated with chloroform
and showing a laundry mark which ap
peared to ba "W. W." Nearby a book of
lewd pictures and drawings waa found,
efforts to lorate Man.
Trip to California
farl Marflnl and Frank I,. CamplM-il. '
agents for the New Tork Ife Insurant-
lompeny In Omaha, have be in imilfieij
that they hsve l-en awarded n three i
weeds' trip to Pan Francisco, starting
September IK The Omaha men are two t
out of 1'0 who will take the trip with all i
expenses paid by the company. The
award la for the amount of business writ- I
ten. In San Franclaro Mr. Marflsl anl
Mr. Campbell will attend the tym.mt club
ASSERTS SHE LOST
Min Grace Strachan Sayi that Wai
Reaion of Her Defeat for
N. E. A. Preiidency.
ISSUES A SIGNED STATEMENT
THE MAGIC CITY
Big Record Eitabliihed at the Stock
Tarda at End of the j
SHEEP MAKE MORE RECORDS
The sheep market at the Omaha stork
yards marked up a record run last week.
More than lOfi.flft) head of sheep were
marketed, making the largest run of any
week alnre October last. With the excep
tion of last year, the week's run waa
the largest re orded during the month
of August In the Inst four years.
Omaha, the only Missouri valley market
to hare what seems a regular outlet for
feeder stock. Is easily taking the lead
over all leaner markets of 4 he world,
ranking almost Invariably second to Chi
cago. Several times during the last month
the Omaha stock yards have hendrd tho
world In every department of the stock
trade. Kongo cattle, as predicted earlier
In the month by many well known I
stockmen, are being sent more and more i
to the Omaha market. It Is now thought j
the local market will within a few years I
head the worM In all departments on an
even bast with Chicago. Local stock- j
mn are joyously awaiting the time when
they can wltnesa this Important change.
Raid Place aa Disorderly.
Captain Anton Vanoua's famed detec
tive duo, Meerre. AIR-n and allien, at
tained the distinction of making another
raid on alleged disorderly house lost
I evening at 10:16 o'clock. Brown Park I
Frantlo efforts to locate the man who came under the eagle eve of the detec- I
had attempted to harm the Herg girls , tiVe, this time and one Joe Sterna, Twen
were at once Instituted. Officer U B. j ty-slxth and Q street, was arrested en
Thrasher spent nearly a month on the 'the charge of keeping a disorderly house.
ii. Tsyur. an Inmate, of the same ad-
case and Detective Frank Rooney worked '
for two weeks. Other police worked hard,
too, and even private Investigators were
on the scent.
West was under suspicion, but efforts
to locate him proved unavailing.
Yesterday Boummcr, who had helped
In the search, carried West on his car
for a short distance and engaged him In
conversation. When the street car man
mentioned the axe murder and the Forest
I .awn episode. West become oonfueed and
left the car.
liaummer Immediately sought out
Agatha Berg and Induced her to accom
pany him to the cemetery where West's
grandmother, Mrs. Roohael Koger, was
Identified at Grave.
The coffin of -the aged woman was
being lowered Into the open gravw when
West stepped from a knot of grieving
relatives standing nearby.
That's htm!" Whispered Miss Berg,
to liaummer, from her plaoa of conceal
ment. When the Company of mourners left,
Tlaummer followed until he saw West
enter his home at Fifty-second and Kan
tac. Then the Omaha pollc. wer notified.
IVtectlves Lahey and Brink roan and Of
ficers Thrasher and Kmery of Omaha,
and Officer Wilson of Florence Immedi
ately hurried to the place and brought
htm to headquarters. There West ap
peared nervous, and seemed on the verge
of breaking down. He denied that he had
ever attempted to assault the Berg girls,
or even knew them, or that he knew Ada
Swanson. The Identification of Hhu
Itorg, however, waa so positive that the
police are holding him for further In
Miss lied rick Derg will confc to head
quarter today to attempt to Identify
West as the man who pursued her.
Talk the Lincoln
lecturea by Mrs. Lee C. Boardroom
founder and organiser of ths LJnooln
Highway Women's auxiliary, and Mrs.
Sarah W. McDannold will be given Tues
day evening to arouse Interest In beau
tifying the Lincoln highway. Pictures of
the route will be shown. Over 100 s 11 doe
showing the points of Interest along the
route have been secured. n
The organisation was first suggested
st the convention of women's clubs In
tlilcago last year, and last spring the
first steps were token to accompilah the
end In view. Mra. Boardmon started the
work and has been rewarded by seeing
SAX FRANCISCO, Aug. 22. M Ins
Grace C. Strachan, district superin
(endent of schools of Brooklyn, N.
Y., defeated Thursday for the presi
dency of the National Education as
portation at Oakland, Cal., Snsued a
Planed statement today In which she)
cited Illustrations of the alleged fact
that the Catholic faith waa an'argu
mont used against her.
"We have Incontrovertible proof
that I was made the subject of most
outrageous attacks and moat un
worthy tactics," the statement Bays.
"Mrs. Klla Flagg Toung of Chicago
wrote In reply to a letter from Mies Kath
arine l. Blake of New York:
Prejudice n California.
." 'When In Springfield I met a number
of schoolmasters. Htrange objections
came up that In California, as well as In
Chicago at present, there waa a decided
blaa against tlathoUce. To my great sur
prise the men said that It was not the)
day for Catholics to come forward In
California, which would cost the roar
Jorlty of votea.'
"I came to California and presented my
candidacy in the firm belief that I would
be accorded at leant fair play. But I
soon had a rude awakening.
"It Is not only sod to find In this, the
twentieth century, there still remains so
much of the Jealousy, the Intolerance, the
Injustice of the middle agea, but it Is dis
couraging to find that an association
suHned to Include the leading educators
and mentors of the children of our coun
try, and to express the best, most liberal,
most progressiva Ideas, there are many
who are so narrow, or so incredulous, or
both, as to believe and to be Influenced
by such stories as the following:
" 'Ella, Magg Young said to a group of
California women that Miss Btrachan's
church waa opposed to the teaching of
sex. hygiene.' To this I. submit lhat the
National Education association has taken
no stand on the teaching of sex hygiene
and that no church has token any stand. 'I
Forest Fires Claim
. A Western Village
PELLIN'GtlM. Wk..i, u. For
est fires which have iwen raging In
Whatcom county tlaimed another village
today when Wahl, etaht miles north of
Helllngliam. was completely wiped out. !
There was no loss of life. In places, as j
the fire approached Wahl. it Is estimated '
that the flames for four miles ran a mile
every five minutes, levelling crops and j
destroying small timber. ',
HAYE AWAR NOW
Asserts Merely Severing Diplomatic
Relations with Germany
TIME HAS COME FOR "DEEDS"
not having insisted upon the beginning j embnssv has Wn rntruste.l with, the task
cf active military pre pared ness. thirteen pr-tectlng Italians in Turkey.
WAMIlNUT'iX. :. (Srenial.l--
l.eate Constantinople. Frtwsrd II. Hlns wss appointed p. si-
AMSTKHHAM (Via Tnndon. Aug. ;2. master at Tlicdf":d Thomas county.
-The Itnlliin smt.aesmlor and the em-' Nelirsska. vice N. 11. -"''A 'f --nc.l.
hassv stHff left Constantinople nt noon j Albert It. Hale of Cedar Ka"f!. ii ..
veeterdav. s-'-oriliiig to n l.-.trnni from was appointed i clerk .11 Lie intenuat-'
tie Turkish capital. The l tilled States ( Cumin r.r coiuiiiistoii.
GIVEN FOR O'BRIEN
Friends of Omaha Man, Who Ii to
Leave for East, Say Good-Bye
PRESENT SILVER LOVING CUP
Although he does not leave until next
Wednesday, Omaha officially sold good
bye to Dave O'Brien, booster.
The farewell was said at the Henah&w,
where half a hundred of the jolly candy
maker's stag friends gathered In the
rathskeller to wish him well. A silver
loving cup was presented him.
O'Brien goes to Norwich, Conn., to take
up the manufacture of thermos bottles.
"We'll miss you, Pave," was the theme
of nearly all of the brief toasts, made by
Mayor Dahlman, Judge English, J. M.
I logon. William Coad. I'nlted States Mar
shal Tom Flynn, Chief of Follce Dunn,
James Fitzgerald, William Lawrence and
James Hogan. O'Brien's response ad
journed the gathering. Liquid refresh
ment were sorved In thermos bottles, by
courtesy of the Hrandels stores. Charles
F. MoLughllp was toastmaster. Those
Guy V. Furay
J. M. Fitzgerald
Thomas Fltsmorrls Iave O'Brien
Judge J. English Mayor J. C. Dahlman
R. C. Phelps
T. J. FI'iii
Tom O' jnnor
K. T. leary
T. C. Byrne
f. T. McOrath
M. T. Murphy
Ir. J. Boler
dress, wss also arrested
Both men gave the officers considerable
resistance, the police allege,
Karlier In the evening at :1S o'clock, an
alleged disorderly house at rwenty-fifth
and O strentA, was raided and the propri
etor, James Sweeney, arrested.
Registration of new students at the
Bouth Ride hlph school shoull be mode
at the principal's office on Wednesday
and Thursday of this week, according to
a recent announcement of Principal a W.
Moore. Old students may arrange their
bourses with the principal any time dur
ing the coming winter.
It Is expected that a much larger at
tendance will be shown for the opening
of the fall term. It la hoped that the
Omaha school board will adopt resolu
tion redisricting the high schools of.
Omaha during the coming week so that
definite athletlo and class plans can be
rhrnstlrh Will Rewrr.
John Chrastlch, bartender, working In
the saloon of John Hrostek, 724 North
Twenty-Seventh street, who wss seriously
burned at o'clock yesterday morning in
the cellar of the saloon, will recover.
The man was badly burned about the
faoe, neck, arms and chest, and at first
attending physicians thought the burns
fatal. Dr. Hugo Chaloupka attended the
eek Font Ball Material.
Theodore Korbmaker, treasurer of the
recently organised "lUg Four' club, Is
making a tour of the state In search for
new material for the local Sxith Side
foot ball team. Veteran center of the
eleven last year himself, he hopes to land
somehllng "green" out In the wilds be
fore he returns from an excursion visit
In western Nebraska.
The Big I our will boost foot ball all this
year In a way It has never been boosted
before. All members are foot hall veterans
of past fame. Two are .lour members of
the team. Frefldent and ce-Presldent
I'aul McBrlde and Cyril Bheehy, alumni,
plan to be on the practice field every day
hustling the local "lights" on to a flneese
that will take the crust out of Central
high school. The Big Four has strong
hopes of the South Side high school foot
ball team "cleaning the tUie" litis year.
Weight, .experience and uommon sense
Is all with ration's men. they say,1 and
they are willing to spend money to see
the team go through.
Bewlers Meet Thar any.
A meeting of the Murk City Bowling
league will be held Thursday evening at
the Brunswick alleys at Twenty-fourth
and M streeto president Ptrrso:v of the
Finds Sunday a
Farmer and Fruit
Grower in Oregon
Rev. J. K. McClurkin, pastor of the
Bhodyslde United Presbyterian church of
Pittsburgh, Pa., chairman of the execu
tive committee of the Pittsburgh Runday
campaign, passed through Omaha re
cently. Rev. Mr. McClurkin is an old
friend of Rev. A. C. Douglass, chairman
of the local prayer meeting committee.
lie visited Mr. Sunday at his ranch
In Oregon. In a letter he gives an ac
count of the evangelist's home life dur
ing the summer months, saying:
"William Sunday's farm of sixty acres
Is In the Hood river valley, Oregon.
There I found the evangelist In his barn
pitching oats as fast as two man could
unload. Not until two more loads had.
been drawn wss he ready to show me
over the farm, which, he believes. Is
the finest on earth. The products of his
ranch are apples, peaches, pears, quinces,
strawberries, raapberrtes, corn, potatoes
and clover. In his garden everything
seems to grow, for his system of lrrlga
tlon Is almost perfect.
"Mr. Hundays hulf brother, Mr.
Helier, lives In the cottage the year
around. A cottagv, however. Is too com
monplace for Billy Sunday. In the ad-
Joining woods Is his wigwam for sleep
ing and a tepee for the boys, William and
Paul. 'Here, too. In the woods. Is his
recreation room for guests; a wooden
circling bench, built around a hole In
the ground, In which the rampftre Is
kindled. Here In the hours of the even
ing, with Ida mother. Mrs. Sunday, the
boys and his closet friends. Mr. Sunday
proves a genial host. His grounds, with
the Wars and Stripes waving out In
front, with the buildings painted green
and kept In order, are like the man him
self and his sermons Interesting, at
tractive and Inviting."
P. C. Heafey
If. W. Dunn
. M. Hunan
V. J. sloShane, sr.
Dr. T. B. Dalley
J. F. Coad
F. O. McCaffrey
!r. B. McDermott Dan B. Butler
J. W. Kennedy
To Get in Touch
WithOld King Ak
Monday morning as early as C o'clock
twenty automobile loads of boosters of
Elgin, Neb., are to start for Omaha.
They are coming to be Initiated by Sam
son. Ths Elgin men took a liking to the
Omaha boosters last summer when the
Omaha crowd made their town for lunch
on the three days' auto tour.
Monday night delegations from W'shoo,
Valparaiso, Mead, Yutan, Weston and
Touhy are to come by the Union Pacific
on a special train. W. W. Wenstrand of
Wahoo has promised to bring 200; J. A.
Yowetl of Valparaiso has promised ISO;
& T. McOuIre of Mead. ISO; H. H. Peters
of Tuton, 110, and Fred Pacal of Westan
and J. B. Thomas of Touhy, each seventy-five,
making a total of WO that Samson
Is preparing for from these towns, be
sides the Elgin crowd of auto tourists.
August SO is to be Nellgh night.
OYSTER BAY. N Y.. Aug. 22.
Former President Theodore Roose
velt lHUPd the following statement
"I Pee this suggested in the papers,
that the German answer to our last
note, that Is, tbo Kinking of the
Arabic by a German submarine and
the consequent murder of certain
American citizens, will be adequately
met by the administration dismissing
Bernstorff and severing diplomatic
relations with Germany. I earnestly
hope the administration will not take
thla view for to do bo would be a
fresh sacrifice of American honor
"The president's note to Germany In
February lost waa an excellent note, it
only It had been lived up to. But every
subsequent note has represented nothing
but weakness and timidity on our side;
and the sinking of the Lusitonla and of
the Arabic, tho attack on the Gufllght
and Falaba and all the similar Incidents
that have occurred represent the ar
rogant answers which this weakness has
inspired. Germany will care nothing for
the mere severance of diplomatic rela
tions. "The time for words on the part of this
nation has long passed; and It Is Incon
ceivable to American citizens who claim
to be tnhetlters of the traditions of Wash
ington and Lincoln, that our govern
mental representatives shall not see that
the time for deeds has come. What has
Just occurred la a fresh and lamentable
proof of the unwisdom of our people In
IN jCW I UKA.
FIFTH AVENUE and FIFTY NINTH ST.
The coolest hotel in New York. Overlooking Central
rark Within easy distance of all theatres and shops.
Your address known the world over while you stop
at OUTDOOR TERRACE AND SUMMER GARDEN
Special Dancing Featurea
Single Rooms with Bath, $3.50 up Double Rooms with Bath. J5.00 sp
T rier rnomi er t ttrmr fsrthsr iaformstlea
.ddrr.. FRBD STFRHV. M.s.mns Darter
t h nrstAniKHlinn IaUa form. Kli artjl
Mrs. McDannold started from New Tork ,u" preside and officers for the
July W In an auto, intending to make the year win D elected,
trip in the machine, but road condltiona ' Th "' hav Jrdy been put 111
were so bsd that they left the machine tr1m rr th f" " by Herb Oarlow,
la ChicacfL The are vi.it in .hi.t " ot the proprietors of the Brunswick.
eventy-flve cities and towns slong the 11 I,cLd that a much greater miv
l.lghway. lecturing at each of them. brh,P 'U he recorded among the two
noum nae leagues mu year man was
last year. Ben Hull, a well known bowler
of Oreater Omaha, will have charge of
the Brunswick alleys this season,
rioaeer ml Bellrvwe Dies.
A. C. Sloan, aged M years, pioneer rer
dent of Bellerue for the last thirty-seivea
years, passed away yesterday afternoon
at t o'clock at his homo In Bellevua. He
died of old age and had been sick nearly
Sloan waa a gardener at the time of hla
death and was well known In the south
ern part of the county. He was greatly
respected by all who knew htm. A widow
and one grown daughter survive.
The funeral will be held Monday after
noon at I o'clock at tho fondly residence
in Bellevua. Rev. W. J. Hholloross of
the Bellevua Presbyterian church will
officiate. Interment will be mads In the
With Omaha Visit
The recent saengerfest held In Omolia
was enjoyed by the soloists who came
hero front the east to pertictimte and
they have all written to Prof. Ferdinand
eUedlnger, secretary of the muslo com
mittee, voicing their enjoyment and ap
preciation of the courtesies shown them.
Henri Scott aserts: "I feel that my visit
In your hospitable city was without doubt
the moat delightful that I have ever spent
during a muslo festival."
Others who wrote to Prof. Btedinger
are: Paul Althouee, Christine Miller.
Marie Rappold-Berger, Julia Clausscn
and Enrico Palmetto.
ARLINE M'CREARY IS
HOSTESS TO MANY FRIENDS
Miss Arllne McCreary entertained a
number of friends Thursday evening at
her home. The evening waa spent In
muslo, gomes and dancing. Those pres
you can get rid
of eczema with
Resinol Ointment, with Resinol
Soap, usually stops itching instantly.
It quickly and easily heals the most
distressing cases of eczema, rash or
other tormenting skin or scalp erup
tion, and clears away pimples, black
heads, redness, roughness and dan
druff, even when other treatments
have proven useless.
Fliruciens have pmcriM the Resinol trest
raant lor 30 yters, tor moat forms oi skin,
troubles, and lor sunburn, wounds, channel,
etc F.rsry drusaSst Mils Resinol Ointment
and Kesinol Sosp. For trisl free, write to
Dept. U-S, Resinol, Baltimore, Md,
Walter M shone y
MOURNERS IN BRUSSELS
ARRFSTF0 RY HIIMDRCDS
TiONnOV. Aug. 22. A dlstwtch to the
Exchange Telegraph company from Am
sterdam today says:
"Persons arriving from Brussels report
that there were too arrests there yester
day of Belgians who were demonstrating
their srlef on the anniversary of the Oer-
! man occupation. Places of amusement
that had been closed as a sign of sor
row were forcibly reopened. Those ar
rested were mainly women and children."
To Enlarge Rooms
U. It M. camp No. Ma, Modern Wood
tue.i of America, Is now considering en
larging Its club roomo This camp has
made wonderful growth since ths estab
lishment of its hcod quarters on the sec
ond floor of The Bee building. The mem
bers are making such full use of the
splendid club rooms and turning out In
h large numtwra to the meetings that
the suite of rooms Is becoming too small.
The club has a membership campaign
on. and during last month forty-nine new
me nbers were secured, and thla month
.ies promise ot a still greater Increase.
l ti.e meetinar next TumI.v ivmiio
nve Important business matters are to j s.ilaakl Ileek rrirset,
rut.ia up for consideration, and a very j Uoteotlve Andrew Lpneki is now act
large attendance Is looked for. i 'n desk sergeant at ths poliua stotlou
j Indefinitely, imctng the absence of Cap-
Wll I TlkT CIY IWCCWO' tain John Briggs. while on his vacation.
filUU, lArVC OIA VULCAN IaHnsrwaa temporarily desk sergeont
' TRIP TO EXPOSITIONS ' whtle tunm I Hergeant Petor Pillon
aoted aa captain. Now Dillon boa been
A party Including Mr. and Mrs. Joe ' irt" Ul Omaha force. Lepinokl
Redrield. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Traphagen
and son. Vance, of Lincoln and Earl Wil
son will leave Sunday night for a six
weeks' trip te California aad the expositions.
. , etl far kirk Headache.
t'oitsiiintlnti causes sick headache and
iJi. King s Near Life 1'llla will cure it.
'Take a guar tonight. Xc. All dtu(tlM
Aui e. tiseinent
will occupy his new position until further
appointments are made by department
MarU City Uenls,
John Van Wis of this city Is visiting
with friends at Clarka. Neb.
Apprentice slrl wanted at Hlser's. ift No.
24Ui 8011th Omaha.
Tilliam Cook, the merchant, who has
been III. is reported aa ntucb Utlr.
Mra. J. P. Muruhy and son hae re
turned from a two months' visit at the
MISS LILLIAN STEPAMEK
WEDDED TO DR. F. C. DEAN
The wedding of Lillian Frances Bte
panek, daughter of Mr. and Mra. A. Sts
panek of rNn FYanclsco. to Dr. F. Chopin
Pesn of Collins Center. N. V., took place
Wedtieailay noon at the home of tho
bride's slater Mrs. R. J. Davenport. The
Rev, J. W. Christian of Lincoln per
formed the ceremony In the presence of
relatives and a host of friends.
Mla tlanell Cook played the wedding
n torch while the bridal party orooeeded
to a canopy of white satin where the
marriage lines were retl The rooms
were decorated In ferns and yelUw and
white satin ribbon. A buffet luncheon
Ths bride wore Ivory satin trimmed,
ttu duchuas lace and a bodice of chif
fon. Her veil had a wreath of orange
blossoms snd she carried a hovar boquet
of brides' roses and lilies of the valley.
Helen BWrsnsk. sister of th bride, was
bridesmaid snd wore s gown of yellow
satin an, chiffon. Phe carried yellow
rose buis lied with yellow jottn. lister
btepenea, a brother, was bast nao, Mra
it. J. Davenport wore pale blue satin
trimmed m morning glory chiffon. Mis
Ganell Cook wore lavender chlffo taf
feta. Th out-of-tov. guests weve: Mrs. A.
Btepanek of San Francisco, moth or of the
brute; Mr. and Mra Jamue Clark and
Mia riureiice ttteuanuit - f Dow t'tiy. la.
Tha Mr and Mis. Dean will utke their
Uome st M i tisol,, W'lJ
SoIJ on Guaranty Satisfaction M
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I Pans, Kettles, Kitchen and Dairy 1
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or roar Monty Back s
Preliminary figures Issued by the im
migration bureau show a lie per cent de
crease in Immigration during the first
week of Auguat, compared with the some
period a year ago, while every month thla
year has shown a decline of from tt to
T per cent.
Change In postal regulations effective
September 1. was made by which parcel
poet mall may be Insured up to 1100.
Heretofore the limit haa been (M. For
valuation from no to lit) the fee will
be a cents in addition to postage.
F. A. Cast la. proprietor of the CaaUe
hotel, and family have returned from
Davenport, wtire they attended the re
cent sessions of the Northwestern Hotel
You are not growing
younger. What pro
vision are you mak
ing for your old age?
You surely want to
be able to take lit'o
easy later on. Better
make up your mind
to put a few dollars
away in the hank each
week, where It will
quietly earn more money.
The kidneys are the most overworked
orgona of the human body, and when
they rail In their work of filtering out
snd throwing off the poisons developed
in the system, things begin to happen.
(tie of the first warnings la pain or
stiffness In the lower part of the back;
highly colored urine; loss of appetite; In
digestion. Irritation, or even atone In the
M .' - The e m d 1- a con
dition that may lead to that dreaded and
fxtsl maladv. rtrtvlit s lXftrttse, for which
the Is said be n core.
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Oil Capauiea For more than years
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failing remedy for oil kidney, bladder and
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It deserves the name
of hygienic beverage,'
says Dr. Gouraud, a
famous food specialist.
Food specialists the
world over agree that
pure beer stimulates the
appetite in a natural way.
and you have beer pure
and wholesome. The
Brown Bottle keeps out
the light and protects
its purity from the brew
ery to your glass, and
light spoils even pure
That's why the Brown
Bottle is recommended
and the light bottle con
demned as, a container
See that crown is branded "Schlitz"
Phone Doug. 1597
ScbJlti BotUed Beer Depot
733 S. 9th St., Omaha, Neb.
101 S. Main St.. Council Bluffs
That Made Milwaukee famous.
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