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TIIK BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, DECEMBER fi, 1915
FOES OF BRYANS
PLEASED BY MOYE
JIaher and Crowd Tickled by Be
fusal of Lincoln Mayor to
THEY PUT SOMETHING OVER
(From a BUff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Pec, e.-(8peclal.) There li
a FrtHt deal of chuckling under the
breath among' opponent of Mayor
Charles Bryan over the manner In which
he played d'rertly Into the hands of the
men who brought out the ides of filing
tha name of President Wilson for a place
on the "primary ballot for renomlnatlon
on the democratic ticket for tha primary.
Hta refusal to sign tha Wilson petition
appear to be just the very thine they
desired him to do, and It la aatd that
when Colonel John O. Maher approarhel
tha city hall with tha petition In his
pocket he hoped a he had never
hoped before that lYlnc Charlie would
rrfuae to alien the petition. When ha did
rrfuiie, there was Joy sticking out all
over the countenance of the colonel, and
he Med himself to the house of his
friends, and then and there they, with
one accord, sang songs of praise and
lifted their voices in paeons of Joy.
Colonel ta Tlekled.
The reason gtvf n by the mayor, that
he did not want to embarrass the presi
dent In his non-partisan program, tickled
the colonel Immensely.
"The man who accepts a nomination
on the democratic ticket for the preel
dency should be a partisan," said Colonel
Mahcr. "We are not In sympathy with
Prince Charlie's Idea that the man who
guns for office on the democratlo ticket
should be a non-partisan. We want dem
ocrats on our ticket. We have had
enough of the wishy-washy kind of poli
ticians running for office. I believe that
man running for offloe on the demo
cratic ticket ahould bo a democrat, with
out any hyphenated adjunct tacked onto
his politics, just as a man running for
office on any other ticket who think It
is necessary to his success to run on that
ticket. It should be Just as necessary to
be a full-fledged partisan of that kind
without any Ifs and and' about it"
Mast Da EslallaT.
That the anti-Bryan men have pulled
off the smoothest thing In the political
game which ha been put across Is ree
os.lied by the most astute politicians.
The refusal of Mayor Bryan put him In
a position ss being outs'de the demo
cratlo breastworks to some extent, and
will need lota of explaining In tha future
If he aspires to the democratic nomina
tion for governor.
i With such names as Governor Morehead,
W. M. Morning. Dr. P. I Hall, I B.
Tobln,' John Cutrlght. J. O. Maher and
there of the many democrats who have
bcn strong for Bryan in the' past, It
would seem that the mayor would have
hastened to affix his name to so able a
document, backed up by the 'wheel Uorse
of the party; but he failed, and in the
mind of the average man who is ac
quainted with the situation, "someone
Flee from Burning
Home in Night Garb
BEAVER CTTT, Neb., Dee, .(Special
Telegram.) The farm house of A. 8.
Kinsman, three mllessouth of town, was
burned with all the furniture at I o'clock
thta morning. Mr. Kinsman Is a bachelor
and living with him was Teter Itetherlng
tort. The two men escaped In their night
clothes, Mr. Kinsman was burned on
his hsnds and faoa seriously enough for a
doctor's attention. Mr. Kinsman found
a pair of overalls, and. arrayed la them,
he walVd two and one-half mile to his
brother's place and secured clothing for
himself 'vt companion. The cause of the
fire la un. own. Insurance was $400. Mr.
Hetherlngton lost I US. 75 la money beside
all hta clothing.
Baby Killed When
Machine Turns Over
TORK. Neb.,' . Dec BMSpaclsl Tele
gram.) A car driven by John Petker,
in which were his wife, three children and
Henry Hebert, turned turtle in the vil
lage of Henderson this afternoon, kill
ing the S-year-oliJ daughter of Mr. and
Mr a. Petker and' seriously Injuring the
baby boy. Mr. and Mra Petker were both
badly injured,' the former breaking an
rn and leg. Mrs.. Petker broke an arm
and la badly bruised. Henry Hebert also
broke a leg. The injured were rushed to
the York hospital, where they are being
cared for. It is not thought Pet ken will
PLEASANTON MAN HURT
BY BOILER EXPLOSION
K EARN ETT. Neb., Dee. s.-peclal
John Kline, a farmer residing near Pleas-
anton. had a narrow escape with hie life
while shelling corn aad was seriously in
jured. The sheller was operated by steam
end the toller exploded. Kiln was thrown
some distance, tie suffered internal in
juries, a severe scalp wound and numer
ous body bruise. Medical aid was hur
riedly summoned and it was stated late
Inst night that he had a good chance for
GREECE NOT CRITICISED
BY GERMAN AUTHORITIES
BERLIN (Via London), Dee. S.-Deaplte
the probability, according to Indications,
that the entente powers have attained
favorable concessions In their negotla-
, tlons with Greece, the situation aa re
gards that country apparently Is caus
ing Utile anxiety in German circles.
There seems to be no deposition here to
criticise Oreee harshly for yielding to a
certain extent to the demand of the
entente, adverse ae these are to the cen-
' tral powers and Bulnarla.- aluoe the
position of Greece, with her exposed
' coast Una. i realised.
FIRE CAUSES HEAVY
LOSS AT MAQUOKETA
MAQITjKETA. la.. Dec. S.-Hre In the
heart ef the business district here today
destroyed five establishment, causing a
loss estimated at Stue M. The blase is be
lieved te have started from a defective
electrical wiring. The loss, Jt la thou;!.;.
is covered by Insurance.
Drt-eaistr the Meat a fr Cold.
Harden your system with Bell's Pin'
Tsr-lionry. It kills the cold germ. Cur1 I
All druggists. AO-
MRS. GEORGE W. LOPP,
whose gifts to the smokers
of the French amy include
ten million cigarettes, two
hundred and forty thou
sand pounds of tobacco and
fifty thousand pipes.
ve. mr r rut
HOSKER DBMS ARE
WELL CARED FOR
Faithful ' from Nebraska Remem
bered Substantially in Com
LOBECK HAS CHAIUMAITSniP
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6. (Special
Telegram.) In the assignment of
committee places to the members of
the' majority the democratlo wars
and 'meads committee took good care
of the faithful from Nebraska. Rep
resentative Lobeck retains the chair
manship of the committee on ex
penditures In the Treasury depart
ment which gives him an office in
the oapitol building proper. ,
He retains his place on war claims,
but in addition goes on the commit
tee on the District of Columbia, now
threatened with new legislation as
to division of taxes, between city find
government new fiscal pollCtBJUro:
hiblUon without referendum 'and'
score of other extremely Important
measures in which the residents of
Washington are vitally Interested. ,
When Mr, Lobeck first came to con
gress he was given a place on the Dis
trict committee because of his knowledge
of city auditing, but he grew tired of
the assignment and when another con
gress was elected he declined a reappoint
ment to tha district committee. Now he
will serve on the- committee whloh will
have much pioneer legislation before it
in the next two years. i
Ex-Governor Bhaltenberger, who Is be
lieved to be friendly toward the admlnis
tistlon' program of preparalnesa, I as
signed to the very Important committee
on military affairs, while hi colleague,
Representative Dan Stephens, retains hi
plaoe on Interstate and foreign commerce
In whloh committee ha la greatly inter
The lone democrat . in the delegation
(Iowa), Representative Turn Steele of
Sioux City has been given a plaoe on
the agricultural committee, an assign
tnent which he greatly desired and in view
of the fact that the ranking minority
member of the csmmtttee. Representative
Oil pert Haugen, como from the Hawk
eye state it would look as if Iowa had
been pretty well taken care of so far
aa agriculture is couoej ued.
Represents live H. L. Dandy of Rapid
City, B. D., secures four committee
places. Indian affairs, irrigation, publlo
lands and railways, three of the tour as
signment being particularly Important
Man Give Uat His.
With the democratlo committee place
disposed of Minority leader Mann, It Is
expected, will report the minority assign
ments late next week, although it is Just
possible that he may be able to announce
the republican members of committee not
later than Thursday. The pressure on
Mr. Mann la extremely strong, however,
and he may not be able to make his
committee announcements until the close
of next week.
Every member of the Nebraska delega
tion wUl be present when the first ses
sion of the Bixty-fourth congress begins
next Monday. Congressman Lobeck hav
ing arrived n the city today, thus com
pleting the state' s personnel la
IXK1AN. Ia.. Deo. . (SpeclaJ.V-MUs
Suale Pen rod, aged IT, died of cancer on
the road to Magnolia from Logan, Thurs
day night. She had been for some tun
in Montana and came from the west on a
late train to Logan, accompanied by her
nurse and relatives. She 1 survived by
five sisters. Ths funeral was held at the
home ot her sister. Mrs. Will Benson, at
Magnolia yesterday afternoon. Interment
was in Magnolia cemetery.
I. Cornbllth, sged (a, died Saturday
morning. The funeral will be held this
morning at H o'clock at the house.
1131 North Nineteenth street. Burial will
be In Pleasant Hill cemetery. Mr. Corn
tilth had ten a resilient of Omaha for
many years. ...
Apartment, flats, wouae and cottage
I can be rented quickly and cheaply by a
Nothing; to Show that Hall Hat Been
Convinced that He Mast
NO GREAT RUSH TO COLORS
(From a Staff Correspondnt.)
LINCOLN, Deo. 6 Fpecll Wanteif
Informatlon regarding the much-talked
of petition of 1,000 names whlrh was sup
posed to convince Dr. P. I. Hall that he
should stand for the nomination for gov
ernor on the democratic ticket.
It waa given out about a month ago
that Postmaster Ludl of Wehoo and Dr.
Webber of the same town had skirmished
around Saunders county and had secured
1.000 democratic names to a petition
which was going to be presented to Dr.
Hall with the Idea that he could not
refuse to atand for the place In the face
of such a showing.
The men were In Lincoln a short time
ago, but no tidings have come that they
were successful In convincing the doctor
that he should stand for something that
had all the earmarks of an empty honor
In the fact of the growing antl-demo-cretle
sentiment all over the country and
which was equally prevalent In Ne
braska. Never Asked Support.
Dr. Halt emphatically stated about
three months or more ago at a banquet
given by the democratic presa of the
state that he had never aaked a man for
his political support In the pat and he
never would. Later he just ss emphati
cally stated that he would not make a
campaign If nominated. In the face of a
forlorn political hope, the democrats have
got to have a man at the head ef the
ticket who Is a good campaigner and
who Is a good enough sllnger of hot
atmosphere to be able to explain If he
can why the democratic national ad
ministration haa failed to make good
on Its promises to the people.
Of course there will be candidates who
will be glad to make the race Just for
the advertising it will give them. But
up to date none of them hss looked very
good to the men who hold the reins over
the back of the democratic donkey.
Not Yet in Sight.
He must have a wide acquaintance and
a mighty good stand-in, in fact, o good
that he can attract tunnnrt frnm nut.
side the party. But the man who can do
that haa not appeared so far and the
fact that the man upon whom they pinned
their faith as being the Mose to lead
the badly demoralised army out of the
wlldernesa will not say he will run, but,
on the other hand, has given every evi
dence that he would not, ha loft an
aching void m democratic heart around
the state house that it Is hard to fill.
For positions on the democratic ticket
below the governorship it Is a foregone
conclusion that Treasurer George Hall,
Auditor W. H. Smith, Attorney General
Willis Reed snd Secretary of State Charlie
Pool will file for renomlnatlon.
Manages to Keep
in the Publio Eye
(Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
BUDAPEST, Hungary, Nov. 10,-Klng
Ferdinand of Bulgaria ha been by all
odd the moat talked -of figure In the
public eye of Hungary since he took the
step which arrayed his country on the
side ol the 0r.-anlc allies. Many ool-
..'Lt. ic'1.;.l t''... .
unans 01 ncwatMiper space nave nccn ub
voted to descriptions and anecdotes of
ths popular monarch, who appeals espe
cially to the Hungarian heart because
of his long and close connection with
It ia remarked particularly that Ferdi
nand, once the embodiment of the auto
cratic ruler, haa of late year shown
more and more of democratlo tendencies,
until now, "without In any way dero
gating his royal dignity and the majesty
of hi appearance, he move about among
all .classes and rank In the attitude of
a brother rather than that or a king.'
There I said to be a great enthusiasm
for him among hi soldiers, and he Is
constantly seen with the troop, even aa
far aa the extreme firing line, encourag
ing them and appealing to them fre
quently with words of recognition.
Since Ferdinand entered on the war he
haa received Innumerable messages con
gratulating him on his action- and on ths
bravery displayed by his troop. Tele
gram and letter have reached him from
all part of Germany, Austrla-Hungaryi
and Turkey, He reads all these me
age personally, it Is said, and take
great pleasure in them. "When he re
ceive a bundle of letter of this kind,'
remark on correspondent, "his counte
nance, usually so gloomy, lightens up.
The whole Bulgarian campaign centers
at the king headquarter, whlct is con
nectad by wire with every section of the
field in whlcn Bulgarian armies are
operating. The strict court etlquet which
haa been always a matter of great prldi
In Sofia haa been relaxed and the king
ha requested hta generals to Interrupt
him at any time, even at dinner. If there
is urgent business to be discussed. At
headquarter the king and hi general
are said to constitute "one big family."
When matter of war are not pressing
he talks with them of past times and of
hi travels in all parts of Kurope. He
is especially proud of his popularity In
Turkey. He waa a great friend ot the
old sultan, Abdul Hamld. who oa on
occasion spoke of Ferdinand aa "the
greatest man in the Turkish empire save
only the aultan."
The religious side of the Buulgarlart
monarch receives due attention In tha
newspaper tributes. Ferdinand never
mlssea attending the orthodox mass oa
Sunday, but he Is tolerant in hla religious
view and the orthodox and Catholle
clergy receive like treatment In hi
ONE RETIRED ARMY OFFICER
RESTORED TO ACTIVE LIST
WASHINGTON. Dee. a-Only one re
tired army officer out of more than
score ' who applied ha been restored
to the active list a the result of recent
examinations. Three applications still are
pending, and all of the other applicant
have been found physically or profes
sional Incapable. The examination war
held throughout the country under a
recently enacted law.
The successful applicant la Captain
Ben H. Dorcy, who was retired la the
line of duty In MOT.
peaks at Norfolk.
NORFOLK. Neb.. Deo. I Special.
Rev. J. F. Poucher ef Omaha delivered
an address at the annual Elks' memorial
services in Norfolk today. Mr. Poucher
Is a member and chaplla of the Norfolk
OLDEST RECRUIT IN
Charles Fanner, 78 years
old, a hero of the Crimean
war, who has been out of
the army for forty-four
years, now re-enlisted.
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BILL WINS FRIEND
Senator Clarke of Arkansas, Who
Opposed Ship Purchase Measure,
Favors New Plan.
POSITION AH AID TO HARMONY
WASHINGTON. Dec. 5. Pros
pects for the administration mer
chant marine bill at the coming ses
sion ot congress were enhanced to
night when it became known that
Senator James' P. Clarke ot Arkan
sas, who led the democratic revolt
against the ship purchase bill in the
last session, looked with favor upon
the new ship bill proposed by gov
Senator Clarke, who waa renominated
for president pro tern by the majority
caucus, after a spirited fight against him
based on his opposition to the ship pur
chase bill, let It be known that he would
not oppose the new merchant '.. marine;
measure drafted after conferences be
tween Secretaries McAdoo and Redfleld.
The Arkansas senator, during the debate
In the democratic caucus Friday, was
asked by several administration senator
for hi opinion of the new bill.
Favors Private Ownership.
He frankly stated that he saw no ob
jection to It and would give it his sup
port. HI opposition to the bill last
spring, he said, was because of Its gov
ernment ownership feature. The bill now
proposed by Secretaries MoAdoo and Red
field contemplates a naval auxiliary mer
chant marine, which he could favor, and
provides for government ownership of
stock only in case private capital Is lack
ing, thus eliminating the dominant gov
ernment corporation feature of the old
Senator Clarke's attitude was a matter
of optimistic comment among adminis
tration senators tonight, who said It had
been influential in reconstructing a har
monious senate and preventing a struggle
over cloture at the opening of congress
next Monday. . .
(Correspondence of The Associated Press.)
PETROGRAD, Nov. 25. The enterprise
with which Germany has undertaken the
development of Poland during the last
few month put rather. In the shade the
effort that the Russian government put
forth at various time in that portion of
it domain. Apart from the reconstruc
tion of the network 'of railway, special
attention is being given -by the German
to the roads and to agriculture. Lods
ha been re paved, and the Important
main road aa far aa Warsaw have been
restored and multiplied In accordance
with plans prepared by German engl
neera. The paving material I said to be
ot excellent quality, brought from Ger
many. The work la practically all don
by prisoners of war. j
In localities which suffered severely
from the blight of war the houses are
being rebuilt with brU-k and mortar
brought from Germany. Devastated
fields have been plowed and sown with
clover and rye for early harveating.
Factories whose machinery , was not die
mantled by the Russians or Germans
are being organised for war work of
various hinds. Everywhere the work of
reconstruction Is being puehed night and
day, with either two or three shift
of workmen to each twenty-four hours.
Politically, there are also evidence of
German attention, according to the new
which reaches Polish refugees along the
Russian frontier. For purposes of pre-
snt administration, Poland haa been di
vided Into German and Austrian spheres
of Influence. Meanwhile various propos
als for a more permanent local govern
ment are being considered. A national
council has been created In Warsaw, com
posed or all the leading Polish politicians
who remain, together with the manager
of the "Warsaw land bank and the head
of the society of journalist. The pop
ulace is not allowed to take any part In
local government as yet. however.
CLOTHING FOR SOLDIERS
(Correspondence of the Associated Press 1
VIENNA, Nov. 15. Austrian soldiers
will not suffer from cold weather If the
army adopts the new electrically heated
garment which have Just been Invented
by the professor of electrology at Inns
bruck university. The essential feature
of the Professor's invention, according
to the Austrian newspapers. Is a method
i wravma in.ino suu viueaas into
soldiers pant and coats and then con
necting the threads with a battery or
supply wire at a distance of from 109
yards to a quarter ot a mil. It is as
serted that the current can be regu
lated so that any number of soldier In
the tranche rsu be kept warm simultaneously.
TIIDEE QTTQDEPTflr. AU1
lUKliili OUbrliljllSD Uf
: CAUSING EXPLOSION ; vrf Tiir
" ; formerly consul general at San Francisco,
Crippled Liner Believed to Have;"" appointed private secretary to
on Board Men Suspected Of j
ARRESTS REPORTED TO BE MADE
8AN FRANCISCO, Dec. 6. The
crippled Hill liner, Minnesota, re
turning toward the Golden Gate,
after having turned back when well
at sea on its first voyage to London,
has In Its brig, three men, who. If
Information made public here tonight
is correct, are suspected of perpetrat
ing an explosion in the engine room
Ot the big freighter and Causing Its
San Francisco representatives of the
Great Northern 8teamshlp company j
were reported tonight to have admitted
their receipt of a message from St. Paul,
Minn., where the general officers of the
Great Northern company aro located,
telling of the alleged explosion and the
arrest of the three men.
The metsage said, it was reported here,
that there Is aboard the Minnesota a
man, now said to be under suspicion.
who is alleged to have stated before the '
Minnesota sailed from Seattle that the
vessel would never reach Its destination.
The last report received at the San
Francisco Merchants' exchange from the
Minnesota came on December 1 At that
time the vessel was 780 mile couth of
San Francisco. Since then a tug and a
aaivage steamer have been sent to its
Marine men here declared tonight that
they base their belief upon the slow
progress of the steamer In making this
Too Proud to Work
If He Is Educated
(Correspondence of the Associated Press )
LONDON. Nov. 26. The youthful Cyp-
riot 1 a difficult subject to educate, for
once he get a bit of schooling he Be
come too proud to Work and lets ila
parents support him, states a report from
the British authorities xm the Island of
Cyprus. " '", '" '." ,'
Cyprus' schoois are in the towns, xne
youths come from the country In large
part. Tbey come in peasant garb; but
return in modern European clothes and
strongly Imbued with the Idea that it Is
beneath their dignity, to lay hands to any
sort of toll, even to fetching a pitcher
of water from the spring. They are even
encouraged in this Idea by their parent.
As the result educated youths refuse to
do any work . except clerical, and when
not emplpye; they -pend'-their,.. day In
bed and their night In' oaf e. " -
The Island of Cyprus, which became a
British possession on the outbreak of
the war with Turkey, was recently of
fered to and refused by Greece as' the
price of joining the allies. In formor
year It was celebrated for It famous
wine, a desert wine of the nature of port,
but little known In Europe now. Large
supplies of live stock and of foodstuff
have been purchaaed by the British gov
ernment from the peasants, although this
year's crops have been poor. The ollvo
crop was almost a complete failure and
the 'wheat disappointing.; -But the- high
price obtained for cereals and vegetables
for the use of the British troops In Egypt
and the Dardanelles made amends to the
The British rule here ha been popular,
not only with the Christian, but with the
Mohammedan population, who were glad
to escape from Turkish corruption and
Used Wkcaever Qwlnlaw Is Needed,
Doe Not Affect the Head.
Because of Its tonlo and laxative effec'.
Laxative Bromo Quinine will be found
better than ordinary Quinine, for any
purpose for. which Quinine I used. Does
not cause nervousness nor ringing in
head. Remember there is only on
"Bromo Quinine." Look for signature of
E. W. Grove. S5c Advertisement.
Bank clearings In the United States for
the week ending December i, as reported
to Bradatreet's Journal. New York, ag
K re irate M.816.8U.OO0 againat II . 422.000
last week and 13.110.107.000 In thia week
last year. Canadian clearinge aggregate
tj0tt,981,WO, aa against iiw.oyd.uuu isai i
nH nrjt7r, 000 in thla week last year.
Following are the returna for this week
ith ivn-iiniiiM of chance ahown this
week as compared with this week last
Ksnia City ,.
I .lis Angeles ..
New Orleans ..
S.KI7 004 13.
t. Joseph ...
Malt Lake City
Iea Molues ..
1. 11 9,00l.,
I jniiieV Fla!i
S.WO.fM! 8 1
3 vt) 25
l ittle Rock ....
34 M 7.1
NAGAI MADE SECRETARY
T0 foreign minister
AtMrn. Before serving as consul at San
Francisco, Mr. Nairal was one of the
secretaries at the Japanese embassy at
Washington. He is thorouehly familiar
with conditions in the United States and
Is one of the English scholars In
Japan. The post of secretary to the
minister Is one of the most Important
at toe foreign office.
ARGUMENT COMPLETED ON
ELECTRIC HEADLIGHT RULE
WaPHINOTON, Dec. 6. Argument was
completed today before the Interstate
Commerce commission on the nmninpfl
rule of the commission to rwiuire rail-
roads to Install hljrh-power electric head
lights In place of acetylene or oil llsjhts.
Mt of the railroads are opposed to tha
rule, which Is supported by the organiza
tions of railway employee as making for
fwsrl Man Dies la Chair.
SBWAED, Neb., Dec 6.-(SpeclaU
Frederick Rurup, aged 82 yenrs, was
found dead In his chair yesterday at
his home. Hl wife and daughter are in
California. The funeral was held from
the tiutheran church today.
No Quinine in
This Cold Cure
Tape's Cold Compound" ends
colds and grippe in a
Take "Papa's Cold Compound" every
two hour until you have taken three
doses, then all grippe misery goes and
your cold will be broken. It promptly
open your clogged-up nostrils and the
air passages of the head; stops nasty
discharge or noee running; relieves the
headache, dullness, feverlshncss, sore
throat, sneezing, soreness and stiffness.
Don't stay atuffed-up! Quit blowing
and snuffling. Ease your throbbing head
nothing else in the world gives such,
prompt relief aa "Pape'a Cold Com
pound,'' which cost only 25 cent at any
drug store. It acts without assistance,
tastes nice, and causes no Inconvenience.
Accept no substitute. Adveitisement.
1. . 4
I'll. H ,
a friend to
Any soap will clean your skin
a bar o( laundry soap will do if you
do not care what becomes ol your
complexion But you know that
laundry soap contains harsh, drying
alkali that would ruin your skin and
hair, so you never think of using it
for your toilet.
Many toilet soaps contain thii
same injurious alkali. ResinolSoap
contains absolutely no free alkali,
and to It are added the R esinol med
ication. This gives it soothing, heal
ing properties which clear the com
plexion, comfort tender skins and
keep the hair rich and lustrous.
Sold by all drarrUta. For ssniple free, writs
te Kept Il-P, Resinol, Baltimore, Md.
Indigestion. One package
( proves it 25c at all druggists.
Don't make the fatal mistake of neg
lecting what may seem to be a "simple
utile pacKacne. -mere lan t any such
thing. It may be the first warning thai
your kidneys are not working properly,
an throwing off the poisons as they
should If tills la the case, so after tha
(..n, nf that tuinklfha mnA tiit it nnIilv
or you may find yourself In the grip ot
an Incurable disease.
OOL.D MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsule
will give almost Immed'ate re-let from
kidney and bladder troubles, which may
be the unsuspected cause of general ill
health. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil
CaDaules are Imported direct from the
laboratoriea in Holland. Thcr am pro-
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