Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, January 16, 1917, Page 3, Image 3
re You Being Slowly Poisoned? The must eminent physicians recognize that uric acid stored up in the system is the cause of gout and rheumatism, that this uric acid poison is deposited in the joints, muscles or nerve-sheath. By experimenting and inalysis at the Surgical Institute in Buffalo, N. Y., Dr. Pierce discovered a combination of native remedies that he called Anuric, which drives out the uric acid from the system, and in this way the pain, swelling and in flammation subside, tf you are a sufferer from rheumatism, i backache, pains here or there, you can obtain Anuric (double strength) at any drug store and get relief from the pains and ills brought about by uric acid. Swollen hands, ankles, feet are due to a dropsical condition,, often caused by disordered kidneys, .naturally, when the kidneys are deranged the blood is filled with pbisonoUs uric acid, .which settles in the tissues of the feet, ankles, wrists or back as firatic salts, or under the eyes in bag like formations. It is just as necessary to keep the kidneys acting properly as to keep 1 lie bowels active to rid the body of , poisons. The very best possible way to take care of yourself is to take a glass of hot water before meals and an Anuric tablet. In this way it is readily dis solved with the food, picked up by the blood and filially reaches the kid neys, where it has a cleansing and ' tonic etfect. Step into the drug store and ask tor a 50-cent package of Anuric, or send Dr. Pierce 10c, for trial pekg. Anuric many times inore potent than lithia, eliminates uric acid as hot water melts sugar. A short trial will convince you. Advertisement. For Grey Hair 1 Will Tell You Free How To Restore Your Grey Hair to Natural Color of Youth and Look Year Younger. Na Dyes or Other Harmful Method. ' Results in Four Days. Tt tnfl send you free full information to restore Four grey hir to the natunl colour and beauty of jmith. no matter what your urb or rauiw of your eirynewi. inia Mme aim I'tc means not only suc ceeded with me. hut with thousand nt others. One men a w mine of e who had been ms for 3 years restored his hair in -lean than one sbnrt month to the' natural colour of youth. to inat not a grey hair can now be found. I roy 1 aclf naa prematurely grey at 27 and a failure bo cauM I looked old. 1 re stored It to girlhood's col our, through the advice of a sclent If lo friend. I look younger than I did 9 years ago ino am a living ei araple that greyness need no louser Mint for anvnue. And an I hare arfanred to give full instructions who wishes to restore the natural ithade or youtli to any (trey, bleached or faded hair, without the use of any greasy, sticky or Injurious dyes or stains and without detection, 1 pledge suceess with both seies and aU ages, no matter how many things bate failed. So write me today, (live your nam and address plainly, state whether lady or gentleman (Mr.. Airs. m Miss), enclose 2-cent stamp for return postage and ' will send you fill I Instructions to restore the nat ural colour and antiearance of youth to your hair. making it soft, natural and easily managed. Write 1day and never liave s grey bair again. Address Mrs. Mary K. Chapman, Aptmt. 491. N. F. Old '. O. HI.. Pror., It. I. SPECIAL NOTICE: Every reader of this iiMr, man or woman, who wishes to be without gray hair or inn resi or ineir im is acviiea to accept anova liberal offer at one. Mrs. Chapman' hloh standing grovee the sincerity of her after. To Relieve Catarrhal Deafness And Head Noises Persons suffering from catarrhal deaf ness and head noises will be glad to know that this distressing affliction can usually he successfully treated at home by an in ternal medicine that in many instances ha effected complete relief after other treat ments have failed. Sufferers who could scarcely hear have hud their hearing re stored to such an extent that the rick of a watch was plainly audible seven or eight in ches away from either ear. Therefore, if you know of someone who is troubled with head noiBes or catarrhal deafness, cut out this formula and hand it to them and vou miv have been the means of saving some noor sufferer perhaps from total deafness. The prescription enn be prepared at home and is made as toiiows : r Secure from your druggist 1 os. Pur- mint (Double strength about 76 cents worth; Take this home and add to it "4 pint of hot water and 4 ti. of granulated sugar; Btir until dissolved. Take one tableepoonful tour times a nay. Par mint is used in this way not only to reduce by tonic action the inflammation rnd swelling in the Eustachian Tubes, and thus to eaualiza the air pressure on the drum, but to correct any excess of secretions in the middle ear, and the results it gives are nearly always quick and effective. Every person who has catarrh in any torm snouia give mis recipe a iruu. HAVE COLOR IN YOUR CHEEKS Be Better Looking Take Olive Tablets If your skin is yellow complexion pallid tongue coated appetite poor you have a bad taste in your mouth a lazy, no-good feeling you should take Olive Tablets. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets a sub stitute for calomel were prepared by Dr. Edwards after 17 years of study jvith his patients. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound mixed with Mive oil. You will know them by their olive color. To have a clear, pink skin, bright eyes, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy like rhildhood days you must get at the cause. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act on the liver and bowels like calomel yet have no dangerous after effects. They start the bile and overcome con stipation. That's why millions of boxes are sold annually at 10c and 25c per box. All druggists. Take one or two nightly and note the pleasing results. V . "4 PLASTERS Tki Worlft Grind Backaohe, Rheumatism! Any Local pain. Iniiti m Havtot ALLCOOCS. FOG COUGHS and HOARSENESS TUB NEW 10c BOX PROVE! THEIR WORTH BROWN'S MMMULTRfjCHES JOHN L BROWN SON, Boatoa, Hut Recti .7 antads for profit ; Use therp for best Results If r W Nebraska HORSE BREEDERS . Ill COLT CONTEST First of Associations to Hold Forth at Capital City Gathering. FARM WILL HOLD STAGE ' (From a Staff Correspondent Lincoln, Jan. 15, (Special.) The first of the many meetings in connec tion with organized agriculture was held today. The Nebraska Horse Breeders' association convened at the judging pavilion at the state farm, where member of the association were welcomed by Dean E. A. Bur nett. Addresses were made by different members of the association and by Stfete Veterinarian Anderson while a colt judging demonstration was put on by John Dalton of Lincoln. Tomorrow morning the meetings will be in full swing and most of the associations will start as follows: State Board of AKrtrultnro In the after, ooon at the Commercial club. Corn Improvers' aHHoriatltm, both morning and afternoon at the plant industry build ing. Btate farm. Asaoclatton of Mate and rounty fairs In tho evening at the Commercial clul In a banquet. titate Florist society, afternoon and eve ning at Ltndeil hotel with banquet in eve ning. Home Economies' association, morning and evening at Agricultural hall state farm. State Horticultural society, morning and evening at Llndell hotel. Stale Live Htock Improvement association, ovening at Llndell hotel Nebraska Horse Wreeders' association. morning nnd afternoon at stock Judging pavilion, slate farm. State Hwine Breeders' association liy the afternoon at judging paction, university farm. Thirty-three different associations will hold meetings of some Hind m connection with the meetings of organized agriculture this week Some of them will be merely conferences and election of officers, but most of them will have program, in some in stances elaborate in nature. - Notes from Beatrice N , And Gage County Beatrice. Neb.. Jan. 1J. (Special.) In a circle hunt near Blue Springs Saturday, which was held under the auspices of the Odd Fellows' lodge Ot that place, 14s rabbits were killed Ey agreement Sides were chosen and the rabbits were to be sold to defray the expenses of a big oyster supper to be served by the lodge next Thursday evening. Roy Hermle, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hermle of this city, has been appointed assistant in .the manual training at the state farm at Lincoln He will assume his new duties at once. ' ' - ' Miss Mollie ''Ramsey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ramsey, old resi dents of this city, will leave Beatrice Tuesday for Brownsville, Tex., where she will be married next Saturday to Second Lieutenant Arlie Culver of Company C of this city, now doing duty on the border. Lieutenant and Mrs. Culver will make their home at Mercedes, Tex., until the troops leave the border. The Beatrice high sphool basket ball team returned Home Sunday from a two days' trip to Lincoln. Friday evening it lost to the Lincoln high school five by the score of 45 to 15, and Saturday evening it was de feated by University Place, 17 to Z, New'House Bills H. R. 76, Neilson, Douglas Gives Omaha right to regulate rates and service ot tele phone companies in that city. H. R. 77, McAllister, Dakota El ht-hour day for all trades except farmers. News paper reporters included. H. R. 78, McAllister, Dakota Compulsory learning ot co-operative agriculture and buying required of university and norma) school of mate. H. R. 79, McAllister. Dakota Constitu tional amendment providing for income ax, exemptions up to 12,0011. Ht R. 80, Norton, Polk Commlsulon form of government for counties. H. R. 81, MAlllBter, Dakota Reduces legal rate or Interem from 10 to 8 per cent. H. R. 82, Lam pert, Saunders rand larceny charge for auto theft. H. R. 8.1, Lampert, Saunders Amount of money under grand larceny charge reduced from $35 to JliO. H. R. 84, Flansburg. Lancaster Does away with justtco courts. Constitutional amendment. H. R. 86, Flansburg, Lancaster Limits right of appeal in civil cases involving not more! than 8500. H. R. 86 Reduces time for appeal order H. R. 87, Scudder, Hall Appropriates 82,- 700 for purchaseaddltional land for Grand Island SoidlerH' home. H. R. 88, Hosteller, Buffalo Antl-trad-Ing stamp measure. H. R. 8, Relshhlrk, Richardson Appro priates $28,700 for state printer. Emergency. H. R. 90, Dau, Dodge Provides election polls open from 7 a. Ri. o 2 p. m. H. R. SI, Leinar, Saunder County fair properly execution proof. H. R. 9J, Fries, Howard Prohibits trap ping, catching or killing fur bearing ani mals between February lb and Novem ber lb. H. R. 93, Meysenburg, Butler Dally quotations from horse markets as to sales. H. R. 94, Howard, Douglas Pension bill for school janitors. H. R. 9G, Howard. Douglas Civil service for school janitors and engineers. II. R. 94, Keed, Hamilton Amends high school tuition law. H. R. 97, Reed, Hamilton Defines re quirements for second grade teaching certi ficate. H R. 98, Howard, Douglas Anti-nepotism bill. H. R. 99, Howard, Douglas Anli-courslng meet and anti-wild went show bill. r. R. 100, Dau, Dodge No county voting precinct shall have more than 200 legally qualified electors, I. R. 101, Horrmeldter, Chase Defines pounds per hushel of different farm pro ducts. I. R. 102, Hoffmetsler, Chase Pupils may attend high schools in counties other than where reside. H. R. 193, Hoffmelstdr. Chase Prohibits practice of medicine by Itinerant physicians, etc H. R. 104, Hoffmelster, Chase Provides county high srhool bonds may be ifsued without vote ol people upon tiling or peti tions by 66 per cent of voters. 11. R. 105, Jelen, Douglas Prohibits In surance of children under 15 years of age. H. R. 106, Lemar. Hnundera Provides for birth and death registration with county clerk. H. Ri 107, Bates and others Double elec tion board. II. K. 108, Mggrtt, Reward Appropriates $10,000 phyniral valuation of Houtb Omaha took yardtt py railway commission. H. R. 109, Taylor and others Rotation of names on ballot in counties of liO.OOO or more. II. R. 110, Mills, Lancaster State re formatory for women. . R. Ill, Lancaster delegation Adds one district Judge to Lancaster county. Emer gency. I. II. 112, Keegan, Douglas Raises salaries of -Douglas county deputy sheriffs tu II, 200 a year. ' Far Rheumatism sad Neuralgia. No better remedy for rheumatism and euraigta than Sloan's Liniment. The first application gives relief. Only 36c. All drug- tjU.a. Advertisement. THE BEE: NEW BILLS POUR IH AS HOUSE CONVENES Nielsen of Douglas Would Put Phone Companies Under Con trol of City Commission. JERRY HOWARD HAS BILL ' (Prom a Staff Correspondent.) Lincoln, Jan. 15. (Special.) Rest ing over the Sabbath, the members of the lower house of the Nebraska leg islature today introduced three dozen bills. ' Among, them was one by Nielsen tabbed house roll No. 76, which, if it becomes-a law, will give the control of telephone companies in Omaha into the handsof the city commission and away from the railway commis sion. McAllister, with tyousc roll Xo. 77. would prohibit any individual except those Vorking upon the farm from working more than eight hours a day, except upon agreement. This in cludes newspaper reporters. This is similar to a law passed in 1891, which made hours of labor nine hours ex cept for farm hands and domestics. The supreme court declared the law unconstitutional because -it was class legislation. McAllister introduced another hill calling for an income tax on all kinds of business and professions where the income was more than $2,000. Howard of Douglas has two bills tending to better the condition of janitors and engineers under the Board of Education of Omaha, one placing them on a pension after a cer tain term of years and the other plac ing them under civil service. , Keegan of Douglas, with house roll No. 112. would raise the salaries of deputy sheriffs to $1,200 a year. The house adjourned until 9 o'clock tomorrow. The .senate was not in session today, having adjourned Fri day unttt 2 o'clock tomorrow after noon. House Judiciary Committee J For New Constitution (K-rom a Staff Correspondent.) Lincoln. Jan. 15. (Special Telc-gram.)-Thc judiciary committee of the house met this aftcrnoou and re ported favorably on the Norton bill for a constitutional convention . Purdy Holds His Seat. Wayne, Neb.. Jan. IS. (Special Telegram.) Judge A. A. Welch, sit ting in chambers at Wayne, granted Watson L. Pttrdy. commissioner of the First district, a temporary injunc tion against Lew Jacobs, whonr the county board recently tried to scat in Purdy's place. Nothing further will be done in the case until the regu lar term of court at Madison. Puts Stomach in Fine Condition Says Indigestion Results from art Excess of Hydrochloric Acid. Undigested food delayed in the stomach decays, or rather, ferments, the same as food left in the open air, says a noted authority.' He also tells us that Indigestion is caused by Hyper-acidity, meaning there is an ex cess of hydrochloric acid in the stom ach which prevents complete diges tion and starts food fermentation. Thus everything eaten sours in the stomach ntfich like garbage sours in a can, forming acrid fluids and gases which inflate the, stomach like a toy balloon. Then we feel a heavy, lumpy misery in the chest, we belch up gas, we emctate sour food or have heartburn, flatulence, water-brash or nausea. He tells us to lay aside all diges tive aids and instead get from any pharmacy four ounces of Jad Salts and take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast and drink while it is effervescing andT further more, to continue this for a week. While relief follows the first dose, it is important to neutralize the acid ity, remove the gas-making mass, start the liver, .stimulate the kidneys and thus promote a free flow of pure digestive juices. Jads Salts is inexpensive and is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia and sodium phosphate. This harmless salts is used by thousands of peo ple for stomach trouble with excel lent results. Advertisement. Cocoanut Oil Makes A Splendid Shampoo If you want to keep your hair in good condition,, be careful what you wash it with. Most soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali. This dries the scalp, makes the hair brittle and is very harmful. Just plain mulsitied cocoanut oil (which is pure and en tirely grascless), js much better .than the most expensive soap or anvthing else you can use for shampooing, as this can t possibly injure the hair. Simply moisten your hair with water and rub it in. One or two tca- spoonfuls will make an abundance of rich, creamy lather, and cleanses the hair and scalp thoroughly. The lather rinses out easily and removes every particle of dust, dirt, dandrtrT and ex cessiveoil. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and it leaves it fine and silky, bright, fluffy and easy to man age. You can get mulsined cocoanut oil at most any drug store. It is, very cheap, and a few ounces is enough to last everyone in the family for months. Advertisement. To Overcome Eczema Never mind how often vou have tried and failed, you can stop burning, itching eczema quickly by applying a little zemo furnished by any druggist fqr 25c. Ex tra, large bottle, SUM). Healing begins the moment zemo is applied. In a short time usually every trace of eczema, tet ter,' pimples, rash, black head and sim ilar skin diseases will be removed. For clearing the skin and makinir it vigorously healthy, always use zemo, the penetrating, antiseptic liquid. It is not a greasy salve and it does not stain. When others fail it is the one dependable treat ment for skin trouble of all kinds. OMAHA. TUEjSDAY, JANUARY 16. 1917. REED FILE'S SUIT TO OUSrCOMPTON Attorney General Brings Pro ceedings Against Douglas Commissioner. E. L. PLATZ COMPLAINANT (From Staff Corrfipondont.) Lincoln, Jan. 15. (Special Tele gram.) Attorney General Reed to day filed quo warranto proceedings in the supreme court to oust from office Arthur D. Compton, newly elected county commissioner of Douglas county. The proceedings are brought under the corrupt prac tices act on complaint of Klmer L. I'latz of l-'lorence, republican, and profreader on the World-Herald. The attorney general alleges that he has proof that Compton spent money during the heat of the cam paign far in excess of which the law expects, the excess being for cigars, drinks, etc. Mr. Plati says he has evidence that Tompton spent from A CHICLE 'I " S Fit 0M N ', f & ' 1 AMERICAN CHICLE COMPANY . K Wsji ' VY ' $1,000 to $1,200. whereas the sworn statement sets out only expenditures of $518.76. The election of Mr. Compton. to gether with that of Jeff W. Bedford, gave the democrats control of the Douglas county board of commissioners. Carload of Horses Loose In Grand Island Streets Grand Island, Xcb Jan. 15. (Spe cial.) The war horse business of Grand Island gave the city a new diversion during the eany hours of Saturday evening, when, through a slight mishap, one carload, being un loaded for British inspection, got away. While few of the animals immediately steered clear of the city, the greater portion made for uptown. In easy gallop the animals inspected the residence portions of the city, separating at this or that intersec tion until they were only in singles or pairs. Scouts, in saddles, were immediately sent after the rebellious recruits and by morning the last one of the would-be deserters was cor raled and safely confined in the horse barracks. No damage of any kind was reported from the runaways in carload lots. ANNA HELD says: The boys in the trenches expressed such a preference for Adams Black Jack Chewing Gum tnat I forward some every month. Rancher is Ordered to Keep Off Forest Reserve Rapid City, S. D., Jan. 15. Judge Elliott has issued an important order of the court restraining the further illegal use of lands near Pactola, a short distance west of here. It appears that Arthur Harvey, who owns a ranch at Pactola, had en closed and used for his own advan tage certain national forest lands without having obtained proper au thority. The forest service had expressed WHAT IS LAXiFOS? Cascara and Pepsin A Digestive Laxative Lix-Fos is in Improved CASCARA with PEPSIN. Pleasant to Tiki In LAX-FOS the Cascara is improved by the addition of Pepsin and certain other harmless chemicals which increase the effi ciency of the Cascara, making it better than ordinary Cascara. LAX-FOS aids digestion. Pleasant to take and docs not gripe or disturb the stomach. Adapted to children and adults. Just try one bottle for constipation or indigestion. 50c. its willingness to legalize the use of this land by the issuance of a special use permit, contingent upon the pay ment of the regulation annual fee for such permits. Arthur Harvey, how ever, apparently considered such compliance on his part unnecessary and refused to conform to the law. Consequently United States Attor ney Stewart investigated the easy, with the result that Judge Elliott haK. issued a restraining order against Harvey whereby he is ordered forth with to remove the illegal enclosures and also cease any trespass whatso ever on tne lana m question.