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THE BEE : OMAHA, FR1IUY, MA1U11 10. 191t.
FIGHT MR DEPOT
Association Endorses Campaifrn of
The Be and toll Put Shoul
der to the Wheel
URGE OTHER BODIES TO HELP
Th Associated Retailers of
Omaha, in a meeting in the Com
mercial club rooms at noon, took up
the fiKht The Bee is making for a
new union station in Omaha, and
called upon other organizations in
the city to get into the fight at once.
A special committee consisting of
Charles. E. Black, George Brandels
and J. W. Metcalfe was appointed to
confer with similar committees of
other organizations of the city with
regard to ways and means of bring
ing about the erection of a new
Following Is the text of the reso
"Whereas, A. the monthly meeting In
February. 1913. the Associated Retailers
of Omul) a went on record as favoring- the
building of a new union depot, and at
that time Mayor Pahlman. Victor Rose
water of, The Omaha Bee. General E. F.
Test of the World-Herald. Byron HaM
ings. President of the Real Estate Ex
change; Harry Wolfe, one of Its mem
bers, also ipoke favoring the proposition
"Whereas. The building of a new union
station adequate to the need of the
Oreater Orriaha. of today now Is much
more urgent than It was at that time,
end the excuse of poor business and
shortage ' of funds, cannot with truth
fulness be advanced on the part of rail
way officials; therefore be It.
"Resolved, That the Associated Retail
ors of Omaha reiterates Its demand for
a. new union depot such as Omaha de
serves, and we call Ufon the Commercial
club, the Real Estate exchange, the
Ciraln exchange, the Manufacturers as
sociation, the Builders' exchange, all lm
rirovemrnt cluba and every other organ-
txatlon that believes In advancing Oma
ha's Interests to get behind this move
ment, that has had the endorsement edi
torially of all our dallies and is at the
'nMiun tlm Ketnv fnenertillv hrmieht in
the public's attention by The Omaha Bee;
and, be It further,
"Resolved. That we suggest to the Com
mercial club, on account of the varied In
terests of Its members, that it arrange
a public meeting, having speakers from
different city organizations address the
gathering, thereby creating a public de
mand that cannot be hushed by 'future
promises'; and. be It further.
"Resolved, That the Associated Retail
era of Omaha go on record at this time
as betng unalterably opposed to any
'patchwork.' such as would be the case
were a 'subway' constructed between the
two present Insufficient and Inconvenient
Champion Eater of
the World is Now a
Resident of Omaha
If you 'operated a boarding house, how
would you like to have this fellow for
a trencherman. .
' Abe Vensaver, a packing house em
ploye, living at 503) South Twenty-fifth,
on a $6. bet, drank twenty-four pints of
beer and ate thirty-six hard boiled eggs,
a couple of loafs of bread, all within one
hour and forty-five minutes.
Then ha looked mournfully at a depleted
pantry and said: "Hurry up and slip ma
the five bucks, I'm hungry."
Vensaver boards with T. BentBteln at
the above address.
Sunday morning he awoko feeling
poorly, and with scarcely no appetite at
all. He ate six eggs, a loaf of bread, and
opped It off wlih four stiff slugs of
whisky and four cups of coffee.
Bernstein nearly fainted when his lodger
explained that an ordinary canary bird
in good health had him beat, for appetite
The discussion which followed led up
to ths bet, and Vensaver was allowed
four hours to pack away the food named
in the agreement Joe Sherman acted oh
stakeholder and referee.
: Up Man and Woman
Two armed bandits held up a man and
woman within a few minutes at Seven
tejr.th and Webster, Wednesday night.
From the woman they took $2.50, when
the bandits saw James Cullen approach
ing. "Let the woman go and get this
geek," said on of the bandits, according
to the woman.
They approached Cullen and poked a re
volver against his side while one of them
searched him, getting 13, some small
change, an empty bill book and watch
Cullen is congratulating himself over
the fact that he had so little money as
Vio Karl intenflfvt tn talcs his rim v ebAck
down town to have it cashed.
Muny Court Clerk
Takes Up Duties
Gecrge Bertrand, formerly an employe
In the court house, has started his work
as clerk of the municipal court. lie has
a temporary offlca In the city clerk's
office, where filings of tasea may be
niHilo. Three cases have been filed.
Until some of the cases filed shall be
called for hearing the court will not have
regular sessions, but after two weeks
the Judges expect to alt every day. For
Ihe time being the city council chamber
will be used as a court room. The city
commissioners have not yet arranged
ith county commissioners for space In
the court house building.
la Prats of Chamberlain's Coach.
'I feel It my duty to write a word In
praise of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy."
ays Mrs. Wallace. Hayes, Watervllle. N
V. "It was used In my household as
ch as twenty years ago. When my
children, now grown up. were small, 1
kept a bottle of It In the house all the
Jroe. Jt always cured my children of
croup, colds and coughs. I have also
used It myself with equally good results.
It Is the only cough medicine we ever
use.'' Obtainable everywhere. Advertisement.
For Many Nights Without a Bed,
Fredrickson Finally Lands in Omaha
Eleven nights slreplrg on the hard deck
of a boat, and not under sentence for a
crime cither that was the distressing ex
perience of It. E. Fredrtckson. who has
Just returned from Central America.
He was practically "bedless" from the
time he left the interior of the jungles
until he arrived In Omaha.
Out of luck every foot of the way. First
two Indiana brought him out of the In
terior, slipping down the river for days
In what Fredrtckson describes as a tub
of a boat Just long enough for him to
stretch out full length without getting
his feet In the water. He lay on the hard
board there and clutched at the bolts
and spikes to keep from rolling Into the
"No sleep there," said Fredrickson.
"Especially when we got Into tup bay.
for every minute when the boat rocked
I was afraid of rolling off Into the bay.
Sharks are very fond of white meat.
"Then I took ths steamer for New Or
leans. A great crowd of farmers had
been down there with a real estate syn
dicate to buy land. They were all on
the boat and every cabin and berth was
taken. Thirteen of us who came late had
to sleep on deck.
".-o every night on the trip to New Or
leans we slept on the hard deck, again
clutching at the handhold to keep from
rolling Into the sea,
"When we got Into New Orleans the
big celebration was on, and try as I
would, do you think I could get a bed
in New Orleans?
"So I caught the first train out and
came to Omaha.
"No man will ever know how good 1
felt last night to get ray pajamas on
and roll on a real bed."
Mr. Fredrickson was In Central Amer
ica along with his mining partner, W. B.
Mllliken, of Denver, building a cyanide
mill at the mine and preparing to begin
refining ore. Fredrickson and Mllliken
bought a gold mine about a year ago
Father of Little
Girl Shot by Baker
Sues City of Omaha
Alleging the city of Omaha negligently
permitted an incompetent to hold an of
ficial position and carry a lethal weapon
nnd that as a result 10-year-old Ida
Stroud, was seriously wounded at the city
dump, her father asks $10,000 damages In
a petition recorded In district court.
The petition recites that Fred Baker,
the watchman, was drunk, or under In
fluence of drugs, when ho shot the girl.
! HUBBY OUT OF WORK WILL
NOT GET UP IN MORNING
Attorney MeCJiire of the Welfare board
maintains that 10 a. m. is not a re
spectable hour for a man of the house
to arise, particularly when he is out of
work and his wife is doing washing to
help support the home.
Mrs. Edward Wllmot complained that
her husband refuses to get up before the
tenth hour of the morning, retires at nine
bells every night and refused to carry
In water for her. She haa three small
j-'Mr: MefJulro. as city" prosecutor filed
a complaint against Wllmot.
RETAILERS SET ASIDE
SPECIAL FASHION WEEK
A special fashion display week Is to
bo set apart ty the Associated Retailers
of Omaha, to be probably the last .week
of March. Special window displays of
the latest styles of garments are to be
made, and the windows are to be kept
screened while being decorated, the
screens of all to be removed at one and
the same time.
At the same meeting of the association
yesterday this was taken up and decided
MRS. SCHAUE CHARGED WITH
PASSING WORTHLESS CHECK
A complaint, charging Mrs. J. W.
Schaue with obtaining several hundred
dollars worth of merchandise In return
for worthless checks, has been Issued
by County Attorney Magney at the re
quest of O. A. Tagal. Burgess-Nash de
tective. Police Matron Gibbons has al
ready left for St. Paul. Minn., with a
warrant to bring the woman back. The
arrest was made Wednesday night in
DENIS0N WILL SPEAK
AT LINCOLN SATURDAY
E. F. Denlson, general secretary of the
Omaha Toung Men's Christian associa
tion, will go to Lincoln Saturday to speak
before the Nebraska College Men's Vo
cational conference. The conference will
be held . at the state university. Mr.
Denlson has chosen the subject. "Quali
fications and Opportunities of Young
Men's Christian Association Secretaries
as a Life Work," for his address.
OFFICER TAGEL PROVES
TO BE SOME SPRINTER
After chasing Frank Howard and Joe
Wilson for several blocks through the
crowded portion of the city Special Offi
cer Tagel of the Burgeaa-Naah store cap
tured Howard, who was sentenced to
thirty days for the theft of shoes from
the above mentioned establishment.
CAR COMPANY WILL NOT
FURNISH CITY POWER
Frank Hamilton, vice president of the
Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Railway
company, has advised the city council
that his company does not regard It ex
pedient at this Ume to offer to furnish
the city with current for street lighting
purposes, as advertised for by the city
OMAHA MAN HEAD CHEMIST
AT THE NIAGARA PLANT
Dr. Mortimer J. Brown, son-in-law of
G. Q. Wallace of this city, Is the head
chemist at the Niagara chemical plants
which were damaged by explosions and
fire Tuesday night.
If. J. Phelps of Chicago, general pas
senger agent, and H. j4. Gray of Iubujue,
la., dlvlHion pasaonKer agent of the Illi
nois Central, are in Omaha visiting local
officials of the road.
W. It. Jones, division passenger and
freight agent of the Northwestern, Is In
M. K. Cailanan. Spalding street.
Is seriously ill at his boms. He has
In the Interior, and on t ils trip they
freighted great boilers and engines up to
the mine on the native boats, lashed to
Kether. The natives told them the boil
ers could never be taken up the river to
the mine unless a lot of Indians were
hired to roll them througn the Jungles,
which would take six months The dis
tance was nine miles.
However, the two Americana knew of
better ways than that. They hired sev
eral native boats, hired Indians to lash
the boats together and lay planks over
them. They got block and tackle and
swung the boilers upon these Improvised
crafts, and In nine hours they pulled
Into camp with the boilers.
chargs of painting work at the Woodmen
of the World building.
C. W. Axtell, assistant general freight
agent of the t'nlon Pacific, went to Chi
cago Wednesday night.
PORT OF HEALTH
HAS BEEN FOUND
The recent discovery of Tanlac
has made great things
Omaha Man Tells Adventure.
A captain would never let his ship leave
port without an anchor. He realises that
without something to hold his ship In
control. In cases of emergency, the crsft
would be left to the mercy of the angry
In the same way an Individual should
guard himself against the ravages of dis
eases that have become so common In
this country. Without something to aid
Nature In combating these Ills stomach.
liver and kidney and catarrhal disorders,
the Individual Is lost.
Arthur A. Anderson, of 818 North Seven
teenth street, Omaha, is one of the thous
ands who have sailed happily Into the
port of health on the good ship Tanlac.
Mr. Anderson worked twelve hours a
day In a sugar mill and he was badly In
need of something to build him up. He
took Tanlac and gained twenty pounds.
"I had stomach trouble and Indiges
tion," said Mr. Anderson. "I was com
pletely run down. The complaint started
with gas and bloating after eating. I
could not sleep well and would wake up
feeling more tired than when I went to
bed. My liver was sluggish and my
bowels Irregular. I had headachea and
was generally upset. Tsnlao has re
stored my health and made me feel like
HE SAYS TANLAC
"I felt tired and listless most of the
time," remarked H B. Mallory. expert
mechanlo, who lives at 2010 Sixth street.
Council Bluffs, la. "I went about my
work feeling as if I was being dragged
down by some unseen burden. My back
pained me fearfully. In the morning '
would rise from a restless bed feeling
tired and worn out. My tongue was al
ways coated. I had no appetite for my
meals and the food that I did force into
my stomach didn't seem to give me any,
"Three days after I started taking Tan
lac I was eating fine. In fact I felt
ahamed of myself It seemed as if
couldn't get enough to eat. I sleep like
a top now and In the morning I feel
bright and ready to confront a hard day's
work. Work no longer bores me because
Tanlac has restored my 'pep.' I have
recommended Tanlac to a number of the
boys at the works and they have promised
to try it, since they can now get It at
"I sincerely believe Tanlac la the great
est system builder on the market today.'
Tanlac is being specially introduced in Omaha at Sherman & McCVmnell's Drug Store, Sixteenth and Dodge streets. There an expert from the Tan
lao laboratories daily explains tho merits of this highly endorsed remedy tonic, appetizer and invigorant to many men and women. There is a Tanlac
druggist in all towns and suburbs in this vicinity. The Tanlac druggist in your town is named in the following list:
Albloa, Barbers Bros. Drag' Co.
lllaaoe, Barry Thlels.
Ashland, H. H. Cone.
Auburn, B. K. Dort.
BurweU, Bsyaons Drug Btors.
Bensoa, Bchlllair-Beattls Co.
Bin Springs, D. ST. Wonder.
Beaver City, Bortoa Drug Co.
OMAHA WATER RATE
CUT TEN-PER CENT
Reduction Will Apply to Those Con
sumers Now Charged Twenty
One Cents Per Thousand.
MILLION IN THE TREASURY
The Water board announces a re
duction of 10 per cent In water rate
to consumers now charged 21 cents
per 1,000 gallons, this being the
class using up to 10.000 gallons .a
month, or about 07 per cent of all
consumers, according to General
ManaKcr Howell. The minimum
charge of 35 cents per month will
not be changed.
The rate was 33 cents per 1,000
pallons when the city took the plant
three years ago last July.
The water plant receipts for 1015 were
SS51.44!.Sn. which amount was distributed
as follows: Operation, depreciation and
doubtful accounts. iW.OS7.44: Interest on
bonds and bond sinking fund, 4U!2 77i
surplus fund, lo. In addition to the
earnings mentioned, there was a credit
of S4.',72I.J1 earned on Interest from
On January 1. 1!1S, the bond sinking
fund was $4.M,07.nS; the reserve for de
preciation was IXC.274 1, and the surplus
was till. 43.14. the latter fund including
value of materials en hand and amount
of hills receivable. January 1 Treasurer
fro reported a total of IWS.THt.M In the
treasury of the water department.
HELD UP AND ROBBED OF
MONEY ON LANE CUT-OFF
Two highwaymen held up and robbed
John Williams of K10 on the Lane cutoff
shortly after 11 yesterday morning.
Williams was walking along the Union.
Pacific trarks on the cutoff when the
daylight robbers appeared, covered him
with revolvers, took his money and es
caped Into a nearby lumber yard. '
FABLE OF THE
A middle aged man with two sweethearts, the one
younger, the other older than himself. Is the subject of an
The, younger woman, unwilling to sea In her lover any
signs of age, plucked the gray hairs from his head. The
other woman, equally Jealous against his showing any of
th favors of a youth that had already left her, plucked tho
black lialra from his head.
Between them they plvcked him bald. Then, of course.
they forsook him.
Muny stomachs are sa cruelly treated as the lover In
In the hops of immediate relief a drastic drug is
poured into the stomach already raw and distressed. One
function or another Instantly becomes feverishly active.
To offset this harmful violence, another drug, of opposite
effect and equally drastic, is poured down. Boms functions
now operate violently while yet other functions, necessary
to good health, cease entirely. In a desperate state now,
the stomach Is subj acted to first one and then another pun
ishment until it Is totally disordered and perhaps perma
nently Injured. Then follow hardened liver, strained kid
neys nnd ulcerated bow-els.
The conditions which laad many people thus violently
to drug themselves are common disastrously so. Millions
of men and women are suffering from constipation. Indiges
tion, dyspepsia, bloating, belching from gas, torpid liver, lr.
rltaled kidneys, headaches, dlaxlneas, palpitation of ths
heart or biliousness. Some people Buffer constantly from
half a dozen of such alltnonts and take It as a matter of
fact that they should vus their Urea in distress.
If the man In the fable had had one wife Instead ct
two sweethearts he would have fared happily through life
and wtth a full head of hair. So, alao, if these penplo with
disordered stomachs would have as their ally faithful
Nature Instead of flckls but violent drugs, they would come
through life In comfort and happiness.
Nature offers Tanlac to sick stomachs, to sick systems
THREE THRILLING TANLAC TALES
Many people think a restaurant man Is
the last in the world to have trouble over
his eating, according to Wm. McCall.
1514 Capitol avenue, Omaha, proprietor of
the Manhattan restaurant He used to
get up feeling so bad It distressed htm to
even look at food.
"I had no appetite, could not sleep and
was all run down," he said. "I would
get up In the morning feeling as If I
could hardly attend to my business. I
had that old, dull headache and a dis
tressing dizziness. If I tried to cat any
thing it made me worse.
"Tanlac relieved me of those Ills. I
think It is the greatest stomach remedy
on the market today. Tanlac Is the
medicine that will do what la claimed for
It. I hope that all who suffer with
stomach trouble will try it."
Tanlao Is purely a vegetable tonic,
delicately adapted to stomach needs. It
builds health and strength through the
stomach, blood and nerves. It adds
weight tn slender people. Weigh once a
week while you are taking Tnlac.
Broken Bow, I. B X,ea.
Bridgeport, O. T. afannlBf.
Central City, Sohillsr-s Drug Btors.
Crete, Bollaad Bros.
Cambridge, Cambridge rnannaey.
Clearwater, Frank O. Krenslsa.
Columbus, Bortsmaa ft Ksrseabrock.
David City, X.oraa Jordan.
Exclusive agency for Tanlac is awarded to one druggist in each town or city. Agents are
everywhere and will be appointed at once. Write or telephone the Tanlao agency, Omaha, Neb.,
Commissioners Get Inside Info on
Way to Enter Beau Brummel Class
The city commissioners have been ad
vised by the National Association of Mer
chant Tailors of America that they can
not transact publlo business In ordinary
business suits and expect to be dignified.
In a letter from Samuel H. Spring, na
tional secretary of th tailors, this state
ment la made:
"Members of all dignified bodies are
duty-bound to be particularly careful to
wear to public functions attire prescribe,!
for such occasions."
Regular sessions of the city council are
declared to be "public functions," and
the city council la classified as a "digni
This matter will be brought up at the
next meeting of theCity council commit
tee of the whole on Monday morning.
GOVERNMENT BRINGS SUIT
AGAINST UNION PACIFIC
The Vnlon Pacific Railroad company
Is charged with keeping C. O. Dnhner,
telegraph operator at Kim Creek, Neb.,
on duty continuously for sixteen hours,
thus violating the federal "hours of serv
ice law," which allows a maximum of
only thirteen hours' continuous duty for
railroad telegraph operators. In a suit
filed agnlnst the company by the gov
ernment a fine of $'X Is asked.
FALLS DOWN COAL HOLE.
AWARDED TWO THOUSAND
When Thomas Tragus fell down a coal
hole on the propertv of Oeorge K. Hock
he was entitled to $2,000. according to the
verdict returned by a Jury in District
Judge Sears' court. Teague asked for
Key to the Situation-nee Want Ads.
WASHINGTON, March 9 -(Special Tel
egram.) The Postofflco department ac
cepted the proposal of Albert Scheke to
lea quarters for the postofflce at Ra
venna, Neb., for ten years from July 1.
WITH TWO BEST
As the eyes feast upon the "goodies'
displayed at a delicatessen store, the
mouth begins to water. But to the dys
peptic the place Is a veritable bore. Even
the proprietor of a delicatessen sickens
of his environment when his stomach
goes on a strike. Here is A. Rosenberg's
word for It. He conducts an emporium
of luxurious "cats" at 414 North Six
teenth street, Omaha.
"Indigestion, sick headache and consti
pation had me feeling so bad that I
despised the looks of food," Mr. Rosen
"I had a terrible headache morning,
noon and night. My stomach was sl-k
and I was weak all the time. I was
nervous and could not sleep. No human
being could be any worse than I was and
not be bed-ridden- I took all klnda of
medicine, but It all fooled me. I was
"Tanlac restored my health. It helped
me In a business way as well. I lovs that
place of mine now. I am entirely over
those headachea and I haven't been con
stipated since taking Tanlac."
rairbtu-y, Bpear, BoawsU Drug Oo.
Oraad Island, Clayton's Pnarwaoy.
Has tiers, Dslnea Drug Co.
lAnooln, Barley Drag' Co.
MoOook, A- aCoMUlaa.
dllfora, T. O. Braalag.
BUlllgen, Bert Drug Co.
Mebraska City, Keary Bohwake.
The commissioners mnst face this dress
reform movement among public bodies.
On a recent occasion one of the com
missioners boasted the fact that he was
wearing a 112 suit of clothes. According
to the national arbiters of dress for pub
lic officials a fll storo stilt is not suit
able attire for a public servant drawing
H.oOO a year and scrlng a great metro
Another commissioner stated he never
wore a dress suit In his life except when
he was married. Press suits for evening
wear are to be ds rlgeuer for city com
missioners. Having straightened out the city darts
on this dress question, It Is proposed to
go after the Board of Education, county
board. Water board. Welfare board. Rec
reation board and other public bodice.
l'alm Beach suits for summer attire will
Rumor that Turkey
Tires of War and
Is Ready for Peace
PBTROORAD, March .-Th activity
ef Russian torpedo boats In the Black
Pea against coast towns east of Tre
blsond. la continuing with success. Ac
cording to recent dispatches from Se
bastapol the .Turkish defenses are crumb
ling before the Intensity of the Russian
There apparently Is a growing dispo
sition en the part of the Turks along
the Anatonlan shore to surrender with
out fighting, tn many cases, according
to reports received the population have
sent out emissaries to the Russian fleet
offering submission to Russia. Russian
cruisers to bombard Trehliond.
Rumors of Turkey's willingness to enter
Into peace negotlatlona with Russia Is
Increasingly current here, but there Is
no official confirmation that Turkey up
to the present time made actual over
tures to the Russian government.
through which stomach sickness has spraad like a poison.
Throughout the vast world in the snowbound fastness of
the north, upon the blue mountain sides that shoulder the
skies. In the rteamlng Jungles of the earth's middle, in the
fat bottoms and scant hill soils of both temperate sonea. In
the soft sunshine of the far South Seas and the little known
Antipodes, Nature haa scattered her remedies.
The bt of thoin, all vegetable, free from mineral taint,
are gathered and merged Into Tanlac with ths one purpose
of creating a reconstructive tonic which feeds while It heals
sick nnd sore stomachs, and which through the stomach,
blood and nerves, builds health, strength and vigor.
A million people In oil parts of the United States hare
gratefully praised Tanlac because It healed and fed their
sick stomachs, drove pain from their bodies and brought
them bark to health and strength, restored to them the Joys
of 11 'o that belong as a right to every man and woman.
Tanlac has brought prosperity to many because It has
made thsm equal to their tasks fit for their Jobs -eager
to do their work, whether It Is the work of the houaewlfa,
tescher, clerk, preacher, professional man, banker, merchant,
manufacturer, laborer or farmer.
As you read the endorsnments of Tanlao by thankful
men and women whom It has benefited, you will be Im
pressed with the frequency of ths same expressions. "It
has made a new man of me;" "It has made me feel Ilka a
new girl;" "It has made me feel like new;" "It has given
me new strength;' "I am gaining In weight;" "Using Tan
lac whs the best investment I ever made;" "Tanlac haa put
dollars In my pockot;" "I can do mora work than I ever
As a tonic for run down men and women who need bet
ter digestion more strength, more flesh, regulated circula
tion and a revitalising of the nervous system, Tanlac, the
tonlo supreme, has no equal.
Tanlac Is being specially Introduced and explained by
an expert In Omaha at Sherman and McConnell'a Drug Store,
Sixteenth and Podga streets.
Gratitude Is one of the most commend
able of human virtues. Soul Is Its par
ent. The belief Is general that people
are most grateful when relieved of their
Morgan Stringer pressnts a splendid Il
lustration He resides at 4903 North
Thirty-fourth avenue, Omaha. "I can
not express my gratitude for the good
that Tanlao hag done for me," Mr. Strin
ger declared to the Tanlao man recently.
"I have known the agonies of catarrh
of the stomach and they cannot be over
estimated. The pain is almost unen
durable. I never was able to find any
thing to control It but Tanlac. I had all
the troubles, too, of the nervous dyspep
tic bloating, shortness of breattn palpita
tion, dizziness and a sour stomach.
could only eat a bite or two now and
then and was slowly starving. All my
strength went and I was a bundle of
"I have none of these sines taking Tan
lac, so I had better forget them. If pos
slhle, for the thought of all that misery
makes me very unhappy."
Borth Matte, Worth Platte Drag- Co,
Oakland, W. O. Bardlng- B Boa.
O xf ore, Prestos Drag Oo.
Omaha, barman si McConasU Drug Oo.
Ord, Joubsob Drug Oo.
Palisade, Palisade Pharmacy.
Pawnee City, Hustoa and Byersoa.
Springfield, X. Stegeabaum.
TOWN ONBLAGK SEA
Forces of Crar Have Entered Place
Thirty-Five Miles East of
THEY ALSO OCCUPY SEHNA
PETROORAD (Via Londonl,
March 9. Russian troops have cap
tured the town of UUa (RUeh), on
the Rlack Sea, thirty-five miles east
of TrcMrond. This announcement la
made In the official statement is
sued from general headquarter
which adds that the Russians have
also occupied the town of Senna,
north of Kermanshah in Persia.
Soldiers Back from
Front Break Up Dry
Parade in Toronto
TORONTO. 'Canada. March -Several
persons were hurt here today In a riot
as a result of the prohibition parade near
the parliament buildings. In which sev.
eral thousand persons, many of them
women. In automobile, took part. Soma
of the returned overseas soldiers took ex
ception to an allegorical representation
of "Old Man Ontario, on the water
wagon" and attached a placard bearing
the words. "We fought for you; would
you deprive us of our liberty?"
This was torn off by a marcher and a
fight ensued. A half-mile-long banner, a
feature of the parade, was reduced to
shreds and mounted police were com
pelled to force their horses Into the crowd
before order was restored. Meantime the
"water wagon" had taken a short cut to
the parliament buildings.
Premier Hearst, after hearing addresses
by clergymen and receiving a petition
from the paraders. which advocated a
"dry Ontario," announced that if the
referendum on prohibition Is carried the
government will do ali In its power to
enforce the law.
Master Medicine Freed Him
of Stomach Trouble and
Gave Him New Lease on Lift
By common consent ths Job of city fire
man Is a most difficult one to fill. Aside
from ths hazard to life and limb Into
which hs Is constantly thrust hs must
have unusually sound nerves.
George Smeltser, driver of the hose,
wagon at engine' house No. I la one of
the best known members of ths Omaha
."I suffered wtth acuta stomach trouble
for many years," said Mr. Smeltser. "It
upset my entire nervous system. My ap
petite was very poor and food would
pot digest properly. I would have awful
pains after eating. I could not sleep at
night and In the morning I would arts
feeling dreary. I became discouraged as
nothing seemed to do me any good.
"Some time ago a friend recommended
Tanlac and I got a bottle. I have not
been troubled with my stomach since I
took It. It hss given ma a new leas on
"I can eat a big meal without discom
fort, and as for sleeping, well. I can sleep
like a lamb. I cannot endorse Tanlao
THAN POET'S PLEA
When a man loves life, throws out his
chest, and says "I feel great I can eat
anything," he has struck the keynote
of content and Is envied by all his fel
lows. But when a man after being only a
short time before all run down, nervous
and unable to trust his stomach to accept
even the plainest fare, then comes back
Into his own, he Is so happy that he
wants to make life better for the "other
fellow" who suffers as he once did.
That is the story of Jacob Ennis, day
clerk at the Union Hotel, Omaha,
"Tanlac has changed me from a
'grouch' to a normal happy man," said
Mr. Ennis, "and I want to recommend it
to the men and women who are 'all run
down,' as I was.
"My stomach was so disordered that
no dainty would tempt me. I was nerv
ous and could not get restful sleep. I
awoke each morning feeling miserable.
"Then I heard about Tanlao and tried
It. From the very first I felt the im
provement. I grew better delly and now
I can eat anything, and say, but Tanlao
BnpartoTi Oeo. XV. Pis her Co.
Button, Boberi "Clob,
Table Book, J. X. Hyltoa.
Taylor, Cask Drug Co.
University Plaoe, aC. B. Chip per field.
Wyaaore, Oeo. I. Plsher Oo.
Wseving Watsr, Mater Drug- Co.
York, W. O. Boysr.
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