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THK I.KK: OMAHA, WKDNKSDAV, FKBIiUAHY L'3,
Governor Morehead Will Preside at
Annual Banquet of Lawmaker'
League at Lincoln.
INTERESTING PROGRAM IN STORE
The fifth annual reunion of the Ne
braska Legislative league, scheduled for
Thursday evening cf thla week at tha
landed hotel, Lincoln, promises to be of
more than usual Interest to veteran law
maker, who do not frequently ret a
r ha nee to mingle wltn old-time
acquaintance. Not only will the dinner
be better than customary, but the pro
gram Ilea been prepared with treat care.
""- "" "" '"these construction Joha.
a treat deal of time on It ana haa spent 1 . . , ... . .
. ... ... I Asked If he had received attch
poinw mvnrj in rnniiin iiunw mi
By Frederick Lewis, Author of
"What Happened to Miry"
Hod Carriers' Union Sayt He Gets
Jobs for Outsiders on New-
KLINE SATS THEY NEED W0RK intoVicaied. "Xt m". tr.V sh.
. .admits she had the revolver. Iler maid
... . . , . 'testifies that Mary threatened I'ollcxk
If local union No. SC of the Interna-1 with it previously. n,l Mary a lead'nc
tlonal Hod Carriers. Building and Com- i"?"n Impllratea langdon. How Mary
t m h.v. It. w.v "'Piwared from the arena of the rime
. " " " . . " ' ' !" m.vatery. Hrandon tella of a atrange
ThecSror Mary Page
to keep narld Pollock nut of the room
of your new patientMiss Pate?"
"1-1 felt that I ought to know what
he looked like that I might make no
' mistake, ao I went don the hall toward!
1 (To hf Continued Tomorrow )
I si.M) ran.
j Mary Page, actress. In accused of the
.murder of lMivid I'ollock and la defended
Captain Kline of the Salvation Army in- nand print he aaw on Mary shoulder.
mistrial nome vo a nave in ami seruns . . - "
joba for Jobless men at any kind of build
ing work In the city.
Thla union at the meeting Monday night
Instructed Ita corresponding aecrelary,
Vllltam Dryer, to write the captain ask
ing that he quit vending jobless men to
former members. If the affair la not a
howling aucoeaa. Mr. Richmond's repu
tation aa a prophet will be In matters.
Tha toaat Hat ia long, but It haa been
carefully explained to all partlclpanta
that their efforta muat be ahort and to
tha point, aa It la the plan to have rep
resentatlvea from all period! of the Ufa
of the atate.
Tktra Hoase Member Invited.
lnvltatlona , have been acnt to many
third houae membera, either employee or
citizens, whose Intereata have been such
aa to Identify them wtih legislation, and
they are responding by every mail to
uch an extent Indeed aa to Insure a
hearty attendance at the "third house"
Likewise Invitations and a follow-up
reminder were sent to every member
whose name appeara In the "Blue Book"
roster of living legislators. Two or three
yeara have made this roater behind the
times, Jarring remindera of which are
found in the returned letters.
One old lady who wrote with ahaklng
hand replied from tha sandhills of
Brown county that her husband had
died In 1900 and that she was all alone
and lonesome. She, however, aa spon
sor for her deceased husband, bespoke
uccesa for the venture.
A feature not heretofoxtTtrled Is to
have the membera present rise In their
placea aa each legislature Is called, be
ginning with the earliest, and to Identify
themselvea and the county from which
they hall. The Identification haa been
requested by members who want to know
who la present. It Is also planned to
have a list kept, of these at the time
announcement la made,
Candldatos for atate and congressional
office have also been Invited to attend
if they care to do ao. Governor More
head, aa toastmaater. will give each a
chance to identify himself, but no op
portunity to make a atump speech.
Ladles' Lesiaro Also Meets.
Tha Ladles' Legislative league will be
holding an annual meeting at the same
time and In the same hotel. Wives,
widows and daughtera of membera are
eligible. Mrs. Morehead ia in charge,
Several requests for tickets have been
aent In at the aame time those of the
mn. Mrs. Morehead ia anxious to know
beforehand how many will be present,
although it Is not necessary to purchase
tickets In advance.
Following is the men's program:
Governor John H. Morehead, toast
tnanter. "Tha Legislative League.' John Kuhl,
" 'Jfr-TS." George H. Hastinga, Saline.
"A Pome." George Jackson, Nuckoll .
"A New Stato Capitol," John Mattes.
"Preparedness In 18S2," R. B. Windham,
"AutomobUing for Governor," R. B.
"The Impeached Governor." G, W. Rol
lins', Pawnee. .
"The Vice Presidency." Elmer J. Bur
kett, Lancaster. , ,
"Auld Lang Syne, Thomas J. Majorsv
"Pat in the Legislature," Patrick Roddy,
'.Branded Goods," EroU E. Placek,
dda"'in Politics, H. H. Baldrige,
"Bai k to Nebraska," John M. Thurs
Each legislative session, territorial and
atate, will be called. Memlxsr present will
rise In response to tha session in which
they served and give their name and
Candldutea for state and congressional
offlcca will bo asked to Identify them
In place of the usual martinis formerly
served, the ex-lawmakers will enjoy at
this banquet 300 quarts of Armour's grape
Juice lhat have been procured especially
to suit the legislative taste.
Holdup Man Gets
Little in Robbing .
Ernest E. Sweet, night clerk, was held
up in the lobby of the Merchant! hotel
at 4 o'clock thla morning by a masked
man armed with two revolvers.
Fortunately the robber was unsuccess
ful in trying to open ' the hotel safe
where there waa a large amount of caah.
Sweet was sitting In the lobby talking
with a guest when the telephone rang.
Going to answer it he found a man,
crouching behind the counter. The man
rose and Sweet found he was masked
and had two revolvers. The robber
backed Sweet and the guest Into tha
dining room and went through them,
getting practically nothing.
He then ruahed out the front door.
Sweet called to a bellboy, who had just
come down stairs to trail the man. He
did ao, but at Fourteenth and Douglas
streets the robbed dodged Into an alley
and disappeared in the darkness.
The two revolvers with which the man
was armed belonged to the hotel. He
also stole a number of raxors from the
barber shop, where ha had been con
cealed apparently from the time it closed
until his attempted robbery.
They Come in Droves
from Benson to Wed
What almost amounted to a Benson re
union waa held In the marriage license
office at tha court hnuaa Monday.
While "Cupid" Stubtendorf waa Issuing
a license to William Raabo and Laura
Kaminsind of Benson, George Toensfeldt
and Maude Palka of the aame town came
tn to get a license to wed. Neither couple
knew of tha others' Intention to get mar
Then to cap the climax John Meevea
of Bennington and Anna Stelnert of
Iivlngton, neighbors of the other would-be-weds.
next came in to secure a li
cense. They, too, wsm aurprlsed to lesrn
of Ihe plans of the fliers.
Kroin these facts it looks ss If the
neighborhood of Ren on will he pretty
muih alive with weddings and wedding
Captain Kline produced It from his
pocket. "Don't send men that come to
toii to work on a'ny building In the cfty."
the letter reads. "We want you to un
derstand that we have a union here."
The fact that Captain Kline haa sent
eeveral men to work on the First Na
tional hank building at common labor la
what haa atlrred up the local union.
"I don't care what they say." aald tha
captain, commenting on tha letter.
"Wherever I can get a Job for a man
with a wife and family, where tha Job
Is not unionized (that ia. where there Is
no strike on. I am going to go ahead
and get him that Job regardless of what
anyone says. In January I supplied 4,130
meals for jobless men. Tes, and I have
a pile of railway ties that are excellent
firewood, which I have the men saw up
for their meala when they can obtain no
omer jooa. xnis wood I sell for 3 a
iknvi Ihtl hnrrnr ef
iirniK produces temporary insanity la
Mary. The defense is "repressed psy
chosla." Witnesses described Mary'e
flight from her Intoxicated father and
her fathers suicide.
CM APTKR VI.
The arse's alary.
(Continued from Yesterday.)
"I do not think It will be neueseary,"
said hla honor, dryly, looking Interrog
atively towarda Langdon. and the lat
ter shook his hed.
"Not at all." he aald. "On the con
trary, we will skip the story, but I have
one or tmo questions to aak regarding
it. At tha time of the tellln, where were
"Sitting at Ihe desk In my private of
fice. I waa both disturbed and shocked
at what Mr. langdon told me. and I
got up and began pacing to and fro,
finally toklng up my atand by the win
dow. W hile Mr. Langdon waa still talk
ing I saw an automobile drive furiously
up to my gate and a man leap out. My
exclamation drew Tngdon to the win
dow and he cried sharply, 'My God!
that's David Pollock t"
"Did you already know who he was?"
"Yes, I had heard of him from varl-
load to help meet the expense of feeding ou" mrn wno hd been my patients, and
these men who aaw wood for their nicala. Mr- I-angdon had already lold me that
With all that work looked after hv me. r- tock waa engaged to Misa Fage.
I feel Justified in saying that I have thel"nd something of how that engage-
interest of the working man at heart, no
matter what any local union says."
Who Speaks Truth
A uuestlonaira sent to employment
sgents by Superintendent Schrelbor of
the Welfare board brought forth a reply
from an agent who waa honest enough
to atate that he operated his agency
for "revenue only." The answer was
received on Washington's birthday an
Another employment man replied: "If
it were not for my agenc- the corn and j where
wheat 'crop would rot on the ground
The purpose of the questions was to
get Ideas regarding the establishment of
a labor exchange in connection with the
Welfare board. The following sugges
tions were offered in the replies:
"Tha city ahoulu have a workhouse
with a capacity for 300 to 400 hoboea and
"Don't advertise a position you do not
have. No filing fee should be charged
by a central labor agency."
"There should be an eiTht-hour law
and municipal labor bureau."
"Omaha should not .be made the re
treat for all of the stew-bums of Chi
cago, Kansas City and 8t. Louts."
BARKER'S NEW CLOTHING .
STORE TO OPEN MARCH 1
.The, opening of Barker's Clothes shop
on the second floor of the Rose building,
March 1, Is but another Indication of the
metropolitan proclivities of Omaha. The
selling plan of this store could only be
successful in a "big" city and never haa
been Introduced anywhere but in the
larger cities. E. A. Barker, tha pro
prietor of this new store, believes In
Omaha, both present and future, and In
enthusiastic about the possibilities.
Mr. Barker la a clothing man of ex
perience In several larger stores of tha
eastern cities and ia not unknown in
Omaha, having- been responsibly con
nested in tha clothing- business here In
The selling plan of ' Barker's Clothes
shop la unique in merchandising In that
one price is maintained on all clothes the
year 'round. It makes no difference
whether It is business suit, dress suit,
dinner suit or overcoat, there la but one
price, spring, summer, autumn or win
ter. It's always V5, no more.
The fixtures for the new store are of
mahogany and are now being placed.
The store is strictly a "daylight" institu
tion and, being upstairs, reduces the ex
pense to a minimum.
"I like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
better than any other for children because
It gives the quickest relief, and is about
the only ons they will take willingly,"
writes Mrs. James Kern, Manchester,
N. T. "It is equally good for colda and
croup and ia deserving of all tha good I
can aay for It. I am never without It In
the house for It is Invaluable when
needed." Obtainable everywhere. Advertisement.
MARRIAGE LICENSE CLERK
IS ACCOMMODATING FELLOW
Although all of tha court house offices
were supposed to be closed on account
of tha legal holiday "Cupid" Stubben-
dorf, marriage licence clerk, accom
modated Frank Grabenlck, who came In
from Morse Bluff to marry Miss Annla
Pavelka of Omaha. Ha appeared at the
court houae and induced Stubbendorf te
open up the office and Isaue a marriage
license. It was the only license lasued
during the morning.
This Cold Cure
Tape's Cold Compound" ends
a cold or grippe in a
Your cold will break and all grippe
misery end after taking a doae of
Papas Cold Compound" every two
hours until three doses are taken.
It promptly open clogged-up noatrlla
and air passages In tha head, stopa nasty
discharge or nose running, relieves sick
headache, dullneas, feverishness. sore
throat, sneetlng. soreness and atlffness.
Don't stay atuffed-up! Quit blowing
and snuffling! Kaae your throbbing head
nothing else In the world gives such
prompt relief as 'Tape's Cold Com
pound.'' which costs only 3 rents at any
drug store. It acta without assistance,
tastes nice, and causes no Inconvenience.
Accept no substitute. Advertisement.
ment had been brought about
"Waa Mr. I'ollock brought to your of
ficer "No. I went out into the hall to meet
him and took him Into the general re
ception room. He seemed much agita
ted and asked without preliminary greet
ing If Miss I'agw waa there. I told him
she was. but upon hla demand to aee her
I refused. I told him Miss Page's condi
tion necessitated absolute rest for at
least twenty-four hours, lie became In
sulting snd abusive and accused me of
keeping Miss Page a prisoner, ao I de
cided the hesf thing to do was to let
the young lady herself decide whether
or not she wanted to see him."
"Did you go at once to Miss Pa gel"
"No. I left Mr. Pollock In the recep
tion room and returned to my office.
I apprised Mr. I-angdon of the
situation. Together we went to the room
assigned to Miss Page. She waa in
bed and seemed comfortable and calm.
While I waa talking to her, however.
finding out a little of her nervous con
dition, Mr. Langdon. who had been sit
ting near the door, gave a sharp ex
clamation and darted out Into the hall
miss Walton, the nurse, went to the
door after him, but before she reached
it we could all hear tha sounds of a
loud altercation. When I reached the
scene I found Mr. Langdon barring the
way and Mr. Pollock attempting to force
himself paat to get to Mlaa Page's
room. He declared it to be his right
to be with her and aald that Mr. Lang'
don waa an interloper, a kidnaper, and
a great many other things,
"Did you Interfere?"
"I did. Noise or quarreling Is the one
thing that we cannot possibly permit In
a hospital given over to tnose whose
nerves are shattered or whose mental
balance is in question. It took me some
time to quiet Mr. Pollock, but ha re
turned to tha reception room eventually
and Mr. Langdon and I hurried back to
Mtsa Page, who waa very much excited
and was crying out that she did not
want to aee 'David' or anyone exoept
her mother and Mr. Langdon. She
quieted down when we came In, espe
cially after she had been reassured that
no one would disturb her." ,
"Did yeu give any orders to that
"I did. I told Miss Walton to sit
where she could watch the door and
that If David Pollock made any attempt
to come down the hall ahe was at ones
to ring for help and bar him out."
"Did Mias Walton seem to consider the
the order unusual?"
"Well, not exactly that. Sheeemed
ag-tated and upset by tho name, but
evaded my queation aa to whether she
knew him. However, aa I had always
found her trustworthy and a splendid
nurse, I paid but little attention to her
"Yon aay you paid but little attention
to her excitement. Did you have any
inkling as to what might have caused
"Not at the time, but later when Miss
Wslton told ma what had happened, ad
"May It please the court." interrupted
the prosecutor, leaping to his feet, "Dr.
Foater la retailing hearsay, and I object
to one queation of my learned colleague."
There waa a tinge of satisfaction In his
xoice at being stile to unci nipt Ihe la
mous alienist ho as ssld to know a
much of law as of medicine, and the
doctor flushed with snnoyame. But
nudon showed no discomfiture; there
was. In fact, a smile of satisfaction
curling thf coiners of his Hps as the
Judge leaned forward and aald slowly:
Strike out the question beginning.
'You say you paid but little attention to
her excitement.' and Its answer. Con
tinue, Mr. Langdan.
When Mary Page waa brought to I
your santtorlum, waa ahe not perfectly
'Temporarily ao, but her nervous con
dition waa such that extreme mental
suffering waa very evident. We doctors
have many definitions of thst word
"That la all." And as the doctor
steped down from the witness box with
covert smile, the name of the next
wltnesa waa called bv the hslllff.
"Miss Gertrude Walton!"
This wss a new player tn the ast
drama whose every ait was feemlnalv
fresh tragedy, and tne reporters whis
pered the name among themselves as
they bent over their copy, strhlnx to
place her among the scores who had
been drawn Into the net flung hv the
police and Lang-Ion after the strange
murder of David Tollock. Her name
slipped from lip to Up through the spec
tatnra aa well and more than one man
In tha back of the room stood up to
stare when the tall brisk woman came
confidently from the witness room and
took her place on the stsnd.
She gave her name with gravity, her
age with a smile, and her occupation
with pride, aa "trained nurse."
"Misa Walton." said I-angdon, "you
specialise in nervous esses, do you
"How long have you lwen doing that
sort of nursing?"
"For twelve yeara. I began It by
by nursing my sister through a terri
ble Illness when she seemed likely to
lose her reason. I have never forgotten
her suffering, and I have specialised In
nervous caaea ever since."
"Are yotl attached to the ataff of Dr.
"You have been there a good ninny
years, have you not?"
"When waa tha first time that you aaw
tha defendant. Mary rage?"
"On the morning when she was brought
to the sanatorium for treatment.'
"Misa Walton, did you know David
For the first time her quiet confidence
forsook her, and a red spot crept Into
each cheek, and there waa a visible hesi
tation before ahe answered slowly:
"I had never met Mr. Tollock, but I
had heard a great deal about him. II
hla name was very fa miliar to me."
"Then tha first time you saw him waa
when he came to the sanatorium asking
for MUi Page?"
Again there was a hesitation before the
"Will you tell the court, please, what
happened after Dr. Fostor ordered you
New Fifty Thousand
Dollar Building for
University of Omaha
AVERAGE MAN CAN
That it the Conclusion Reached by
the Executive Clnb at Noon
TO TAKE UP CORRESPONDENCE
( "The average nun has deeloi-ed only
one-tenth of his thinking power." this is
a part of the Co'-trlne of the Executive
club, an internatlnnsl organisation whli hj
. has a new branch In Omaha. The loral
I branch held a meeting at the Commercial
i lub at noon snd went over some of the
"The average man has developed only
At a meeting of Ihe board of trustees
of the I'nlversity ef Omaha definite
steps were taken for the erection of a
:0,M buiMing. Of this amount IK.OU)
haa already been pledged and the trus
tees expect to ha.e the rema nder raised
In the next two months. Oeorae Joslyn
. j -. ihmt t doctrine and practl'e of the club
hsvln offered 126.000 upon condition trial . . .
a similar amount be raised. !
The new building aa proposed by the
trustees will be three storlea. and so j
built that It can be timed Into a d r-
mltory should he ai-nool enlarge. The ;
building will be erected on the present
site at Twenty-fourth and Pratt streets. ;
Plana have already been drawn for Hie
structure and It la expected to have It
completed for the beginning of next t
semester. j Child waa Badly Conttipated
It was also decided to finish up the! ' .
gvmnaalum. A r innina track will be put i Until ftlothtr Irtca
one-f out h of his physksl power." Is art- j
other tart of the doctrine.
We believe that the averase man cam '
he made at least W) per "ft efficient,"
la a conclusion the club draws from the ;
two ptemleea set forth. j
The Job Is then to educate exeeutlvea
In the matter of business efficiency to
the end that business efficiency may re-,
suit through the entire plant.
Tom Kelly Is president of tha local, j
A. J. Cole Is vice president. S. O. Petl-
colas Is treasurer. A. S. Borglum la of- '
The club contemplates a correspondence '
course of study in efficiency; and ex-;
pects eventually to pass the course on ;
to the men employed under the different )
members In the respective manufacturing ;
planta and businsa houses In Omaha.
The club has decided to nold Its meet- J
Ings In the future Monday evening In- '
atead of Tuesday noons.
Relieved This Baby
In and plunges Installed In the basement, j
TRIP CHICAGO TO OMAHA
FOR EXACTLY ONE DOLLAR
"Today Is a double anniversary for
me." said I. Plbbernsen. well known farm
loan man, Tuesday. "I landed In New
York from Denmark February 22. thirty-
one years ago, and 1 located In Omaha I well s Syrup Pepsin.
VII rvi'iutiij - ....-.. - - -
I remember particularly one unusual In
cident of my coming west, there being
a railroad rate war on when I reached
New York, so that my ticket to Chicago
cost me IU. t.y the time I got to Chi
cago the rate war waa on alao on the
weatern roads, and I paid Just II for the
trip from Chicago to Omaha, being on
my way to St. Edward. Neb."
POLICE SEEK LITTLE LAD
WHO RAN AWAY MONDAY
Ji'Trnlle offb-era and the police are
searching for Ralph Klehl, 11 yeara of
age. who la said to have taken t&4 of
hla mother's money and left their home
at 114 South Nineteenth street Monday.
In spite of every rate and attention to
diet, children are ery apt to become
constipated, a condition responsible for
many Ills In after life unless promptly
Mrs. C. W. Wilson, of Shelby till.
Tenn., had trouble with her baby boy,
Woodrow, until she heard of Dr. Csld-
She writes. "1 can
safely aay Dr. Caldwell's Syrup pepsin
is the best remedy of Its kind on esrth.
It acta ao gently and yet so surely. Lit
tle Woodrow waa very badly constipated
and we could find nothing that gave re
lief until we tried your Synip Pepsin,
which gave Immediate relief."
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin la a com
pound of simple-laxative herba. free
from opiates or narcotic drugs, mild In
action, positive in effx-t an I pleasant i
to the taste. It haa been prescribed by
Dr. Caldwell for more than a quarter of
a century and can now be had, for fifty
ren'a a bottle in any well-stocked drug
B -try-,-.-,. I ,
. ' j '
store. A trial bottl of Dr. Caldwell'g
syrup Pepsin ran be obtained, free of
charge by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell.
4S4 Washington Bt.. Monticello, IlUnola.
f Ends Dry, Hoarse or J
L Slaaale, Hesae.Maaa TaVasedr.
laexBeaalr bat Uaeaaalea.
The prompt and positive TesulU given
by this pleasant tasting, home-made
cough syrup haa caused it to be used in
mora home than any other remedy. It
gives almost instant relief and will usual
It overcome tho average cough in. 2
Get ounce Pinex (50 cent worth)
from any drug store, pour it into a pint
bottle and fill the bottle with plain granu
lated sugar ayrup. This makes a full
Junt a family supply of the moat f
eotive cough remedy at a coat of only 6
cent or less. You couldn't buy a much
ready-made cough medicine for $2. SO.
Easily prepared and never spoils. Full
direction with Pinex.
.P.r?nP1tne"i certainty end esse
with which this Pinex Syrup overcome
a bad couch, chest or throat cold is truly
remarkable. It quickly loosens a dry.
hoarse or tight cough and heal and
soothes a painful cough in a hurry. With
a persistent loose rough it stop the for
mation of phlegm in the throat and bron
chial tubes, tuu ending tbe annoying
Pinex. I a biRnly concentrated com
pound ef genuine Norway pine extract,
rich in gtiaiaeol and is famous the world
over for it splendid effect in bronchitis,
whooping cough, bronchial asthma and
To avoid disappointment in making
tnw. k your druggist for "2V4 ounces
of Pinx," and don't accept any thing
elae. A guarantee of absolute satisfac
tion, or money promptly refunded, go
with this preparation. The Pinex Co
Ft, Wayne, Ind.
STOP CATARRH I OPEN
NOSTRILS AND HEAD
Say Cream Applied In Nostril
Hell eve II cad-Cold at Once,
it u..r iiosirus are viogged and your
head la atuffed and you can't breathe
freely because of a cold or catarrh. Just
get a amall bottle of Ely' Cream Halm
at any drug store. Apply a little of thla
fragrant, antiseptic cream into your nos
trils and let It penetrate through every
atr passsge of your head, soothing and
healing the Inflamed, swollen mucous
membrane and you get tnatant relief.
Ah! how good la feels. Tour nostrils)
are open, your head la clear, no more
hawking, snuffling, . blowing; no more
headache, dryness or struggling for
breath. Kly'a Cream Balm Is Just what
sufferers from head colda and catarrh
need. It's a delight. Advertisement.
A Simple Bemad y That Doe Vet Van te
Believe the Worst Colds, Orlppe,
ate-( at Caoe.
It's simple as A, B, C to completely
break up an ordinary cold In twenty-four
hours and the worst case of grippe or
Influensa In less than three daya. Your
eyea and noee will stop running, your
head will lose that atuffed-up feeling,
the headache will quit, the cough atop
rlsht off and vour bones aton achlna.
There will be no depression, no head!
ringing and no bad after effects you 11
Just be well aa ever, that'a all.
This remedy ia the original Brome-T-ax.
Note the name there are many
linitatlona and eutyUtutea. Bromo-Ux
la the only sure, safe and oertaln cure
for all aorta of colda. grip, Influensa,
etc It'a a tonlo and a safeguard
against deadly pneumonia. It la the
only remedy known that absolutely
contains no quinine tn any shape or form,
and which gently, but quickly opena the
system and enables you to throw off the
worst colds at once. A cold ia ona of
the most serious of disorders. It'a contag
ious and you with a cold are a nuisance
to the health and very life of your fam
ily and loved ones. Stop It and atop it
J quirk, sure and safely with Uroroo-Lai.
' Thla Is not a new remedy It's hn tried
, Ancj is a motor car .then,
like milady's hat a thing of
the season only?
If so, the many years of
dependable service in a.Pierce
Arrow w ill mean little to you.
J. T. STEWART MOTOR CO.,
2048 Farnam Street
Phone Douglas 138
The New Series 4 Cani on Display at the
Show and in Our Salesroom.
ana proven rnr nrteen yeara. Hnroo-lai
Tableta are sold by all druggists, price
U cents a box. or sent prepaid any
where on receipt of price. Money back
if It falls. Made only hy the Trib Chein
Hal Co., Sou N. Clark St.. Chicago.
Advertised now in THE BEE'S Classified
Section. Look Them Over
Cars of all makes, all styles and all sizes, from
a dainty pleasure car to a heavy truck from
a roadster to a limousine a gasoline or an
electric a car for two or a car for seven.
They're waiting for you to take your choice, so
turn to the Classified Pages and look them over.
HENRY FIELD -
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THC BEST OVER THE BAR
TOM C. JARVIS
Council Bluffs, - - . . ..
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