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. THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1918.
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McManus ' :
II. Y. AMERICANS
Yanks Bunch Hits on Daven
port, Who Scores His
. Team's Only Tally by
Hitting Home Run.
New York, July -23. New York won
the deciding game of the series from
St. Louis here today, 4 to 1. The New
York team bunched hits successfully
on Davenport, while the only run
scored off Mogridge was due to a
home run by Davenport. ;core:
ST. LOUIS. .NEW YORK.
Uit.al.9h 4 10 0 lLamar.rf 4 10 0 0
Austln.rs I 1
Slsler.Jb 4 t
Jem't,rf 4 0
' roliln.lt 4 1
Oedn.Jb 1 0
Smlth.cf 3 0
Nun'er.o 4 1
Dav.'t.p S 1
,'Hend'ya 1 0
'Johns , ; I 0
0 0 Total 30 I27H
Totals 34 24 11 3
: Ratted for Smith In ninth.
' "Batted (or Davenport In ninth.
fit. Louis..... .0 0 10 0 0 0 0 01
Sew York ....0 0.0,3 1 0 1 0 4
i Two-base hit: - Pratt, Home run: Daven
port. Stolen base! Lamar. Sacrifice hits:
Rolla. Pro 1 1. tumble Plav: Mogrldge.
Pratt and Pecklnpauglik Left on baaai
New York I; St. Louis. V. First base W
mors: New York, 1. BdSfS on balls: Off
Mogrldge, 3; Davenport, 3. Struck out!
Mogrldge, 4; Davenport, I. Wild pitch:
British Airmen Plan
Exhibition Flights -Through
, Washington, July' 23. Brigadier
General Charles F. Lee, head of the
British aviation mission to the United
States,, and several members of the
mission are to tour the middle west-
states ne.t month, giving exnibi
iion flights and lectures in the larger
cities. J he itinerary will De an
nounced later. .,t .1;
American Association to
Remain Closed This Year
Chicago? July 23. The American
association, which closed its season
' Sunday because of Secretary of War
Baker's recent ruling classing base
ball as a nonessential occupation, will
not resume its playing schedule, no
matter what final decision may be
made in Washington, according to
President 1 nomas Hickey,
Under no circumstances will the
American association resume its play-
intr schedule. ' he said today. We
made our' decision and Our season is
finished, no matter what may happen
'ii Washington.1 :
M annates Given bearing CS
On Base Ball Rule Today
Washington, Jul,f 23. -The case of
base ball in regard to the "work or
fight" regulations and the recent de
cision of Secretary Baker classing
base ball playing as a nonessential
occupation, will be laid before the
provost general tomorrow, pending
which, GeneraPCrowder will with
hold his report to Secretary Baker as
q whether the regulations should be
ipplied impiediately to base ball
Pittsburgh and Brooklyn Play
. Exhibition Game in Toronto
Toronto. July 23. The Pittsburg!
md Brooklyn teams of the national
league played an exhibition game
here today, the Superbas winning, S
to 2. Brooklyn met Miller with four
solid hits in the eighth for four runs
and the game. The score:
Pittsburgh ..'.... 0 0 1 0 0 0 13 1
Brooklyn 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 5 -J
Bakeries: Miller and Blackwell
Smith Cheney, Robertson and M
Wheat. ' . ' '
McKay and Davis Winners
In City Tennis Meet
Jack McKay beat Guy Williams in
the finals, singles, of the city tennis
tournament at the Field club yester
,. day afternoon. Scores. 6-6; 6-2; 6-2.
In the consolation, singles, Herbert
, , Davis beat r. H. Gelhaus. scores
57: 6-3. . "
The finils in doubles will be played
it the Field club, this afternoon at
. o clock.
Want Sunaay Game
The Nebraska Storage Batteries
' Aant a game for next Sunday with a
zood. fast team. Before signing they
jant a team that will sure appear fot-
towmg the forfeiture of the game last
Sunday at Miller Park by the Trimble
Brothers team. Managers are asked
to call Ward at Tyler 2920.
"All Right," S7 Wounded
Vraris.' July 23. Tell the folks at
home we are all right," is the mes-
" sage of the American wounded as
they are lifted, from the hospital
' trains.: '
File3 . for , Eepresentative.
AW Neb- Tulr 23. (Special)
Arthur. Kimberling. editor of the Ai
nu Rr-rord. has filed as a candidate
f-Nhe legislature on the republican
Standing of Teams
AMER. LEAGUE (NATIONAL LEAGUE
Boston ....66 S4 .61K Chicago . . . . 6fl 2 .65
Clevolsnd . .00 3 .&New York.. .63 32 .624
New York .48 4o.6J5'Plttsburgh .44 3 .630
Washington 47 41 .6l4!Phlladel ... .3" 43 .471)
St. Louli...4S 46 .4H5lClnclnnatl ..37 44 .457
Chicago ...3 47 .45j Boston 37 4 .430
Detroit ,...360.41Brooklyn ...34 47.4
I'hlla 36 49 .4341St. Louis... .3S 62 .402
Bt. Louli, 1 i New York. 4.
No other games played.
' NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Pittsburgh, ; Urooklyn, 6.
No other gamei pluyed.
' ' Games Today.
American League Open date.
National League Pittsburgh at Brook
lyn; Cincinnati at liostnn; Chicago at Phil
adelphia; St. Loula at New York.
ON NEW TOLEDO
Miss Harris M. Paces Fastest
Mile Ever Covered by a
Mare; Single G Wins
Next Two Heats.
Toledo, d, July 23.-World's rec
ords were shattered on the new one
mile track here today in the inaugural
of Grand 'Circuit racing in Toledo.
Miss" Harris M., in the p free-for-all
pace, went the first mile5 irr4:584,
the fastest mile ever covered by a
facing mare. In the second heat of
that event Edward F. (Pop) Geers,
drove Single G, winner of the race,
a mile is 1:55 giving that horse a
new record and establishing a record
for the fastest two paced heats.
In Miss- Harris M's heat, she trav
eled the first quarter in 30 seconds,
the half in 59 seconds and last quar
ter in 2454 seconds. Her feat was the
second fastest mile ever paced, Di
rectum holding the record of 1:58
made at Columbus in 1914.
The second heat was the second
time in his career that Geers had rid
den a mile under two minutes.
William, the world's champion
pacer, took the lead in the first heat
and held it to the stretch. He was
unequal to the dash and finished
In two of the other races, the fa
vorites won, while the talent was
jolted in the third. Ima J., picked
as winner in the 2:06 trot, took the
first and second heats, her time in the
second being 2:0454.
In the Sherwood cup for 3-year-old
trotters. Chestnut Peter, the colt
Tommy Murphy sold last week for
io,uw, won in siraigm neais wun
her former owner in the sulky.
Dagastan, the favorite in ? the ' 2:18
trot, finished third in the first heat
and was distanced in the second. The
race went to Tacita after,Bonnie,had
won the first round in 2:08.
A crowd of nearly 10,000 saw the
races, which were postponed from
yesterday on account of rain.
Miss Harris M s accomnlishment
in covering the last quarter in 24'4
seconds is probably the fastest quar
ter ever covered by a harness horse.
Pre for all pact, purse 11,000:
Single O. Oers , 3 1 1
Mies Harris M, Murphy 1 3 3
William, Marvin 3 3
Husaell Boy, Kdman ....8 4 4
Time l:6tU, l:Vi. l:59fc.
3:08 'class trotting purso 11,000:
Ima J, Ernest 1 1 1
Brescia. Rodney 4 3 1
Busy Lassie, Cox ,..3 3 3
Miss Perfection, McMahon... 3 4 3
Axtlen, Harris S t 4
Zomrect and Royal Mao also started.
Time: 3:011. t:04Vi, 3:06.
TU4 Sherwood Cup, J-year-old troltera,
Chestnut Peter, Murphy..........,...,! 1
Hellye Rood Naomi, Podge ...3 3
Easton. White , 3 3
Truxton. Cox..... 5 4
Sunny Smiles. Squires 4 t
Mamie Lock also started.
Time: 3:0SK, 1:07 H-
3:13 class trotting, (first division',),
Tacita, Fleming ,.(
Bonnie, Magers ,.1
Frisco Worthy, Cox 3
Transact, Rodney ...........4
Little Grove, Dunn i
Little Rena, Dagastan and Slltco
worthy also started.
Time: 3:03. i:0t, 2:08U.
Omaha Lieutenant Arrives
In France With Yank Forces
First Lt. Ballery White, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Francis White, has ar
rived safely 'overseas, according to
word just received by his parents.
The young officer is a graduate of
the Omaha High-school and of the
Nebraska State university. He. is
serving in the infantry as first lieu
tenant of Company M, 364th regi
ment, which is part of the 91st di
vision. ' '
For the last few months previous
to going overseas, he was stationed
at Camp Lewis, near Tacoma, Wash
Garbage Bids Will Be
,. ; ; Considered Thursday
City council, will Consider garbage
disposal bids on Thursday morning
Several bids have been received and
these will be given careful considera
tion, before final disposition shall
have been made. ' One proposition is
that the city shall collect garbage
and deliver it to bidders, or that bid
ders shall collect and dispose of the
garbage. The commissioners expect
that the city will earn, a substantial
profit under a prospective contract
i which will be made,
AS VON SEYDLER
GIVES UP REINS
Announcement That Emperor
Charles May Ask Czernin
to Form Cabinet Excites
Opposition in Berlin
By Associated Press.
Amsterdam. July 23. Loud cheers
from the Czechs in the lower house of
the Austrian parliament greeted the
announcement there that the entire
cabinet had resigned and that the
resignations had been accepted by
Emperor Charles, says a Vienna dis
patch today. The announcement was
made by the president of the cham
ber. . . y
In accepting the resignation of the
Seydler cabinet, Emperor Charles
said he took such action because the
premier had pointed out that he could
no longer tommand a majority of
the lower house. The emperor added,
however, that the difficulties were en
tirely personal as between the pre
mier and a political party which had
not assumed an attitude of opposi
tion to the state, but, on the contrary,
would support another government
pursuing the same general PQN!k
Czernin May Form Cabim
London. July 23. According to re
ports from Viehna published in Ber
lin, it is probable that Emperor
Charles will ask Count Czernin, the
former foreign minister, to form a
new Austrian cabinet, says an Ex
change Telegraph dispatch.
The conservative press of Berlin
is urging the German government to
give Austria a hint that Count Czer
nin would not be acceptable to Ger
many in view of his last speech in
which he insinuated that Germany's
war aims were no longer of a defen
Buys Shipment of Cork
The Skinner Packing company has
purchased from Tunius H. Stone, cork
manufacturer, New York City, who
owns and operates his own cork fac
tory at Palamos, Spain, 25 straight
carloads of pure corkboard for the
insulating of their cold storage and
freezer building in connection with
their new packing plant being erect
ed on the South Side. Amount of
this purchase runs into about 650,
000 board feet.
ln the Silent Drama
Rialto William S. Hart, appearing In an
entirely new character, will be eeeaftfiere
today for the Inst times In "Shnjff 3M)n
roc." JThft play Is a tense story fi--s! Aian
whose reputation Is that of the rn$aJ$fucl
and fcloodless skipper of the rough frater
nity of sealing and whaling shipmasters,
for which reason ha has been named the
"Shark." 11 haa as passengers on his boat
a pretty woman and, her worthless and
drunken brother and, strange to relate, the
woman with her hlghmlndedness awakens
In the rough skipper a feeling of respect
which grows Into love. He saves the life
of her brother, tries to awaken in him his
real manliness, even taking a beating from
hlin, It Is a play In which Hart'a ability
to portray a strong difficult character Is
tested, and he proves that he Is fit to fill
the part, for there was never a meaner
looking man than "Shark" as Bill Hart
Kmpres "Miss Thanksgiving," the com
edy pjaylct by lon Mullally, at the Em
press, closes its engagement hre tonight.
Tomorrow there will be a complete change
of program headed by the Tetsuwarl troupe,
In a Japanese novelty featuring the slide
for life. The run of "Miss Innocence," the
June Caprice picture, cornea to an end to
day. Tomorrow the photoplay offering will
be "The Only Road," featuring Viola Dana,
who plays the part of a girl of southern
California, brought up by Mexicans.
Sun Bessie Barriscale, in "Maid of the
Storm," has a charming play In a little
girl who has been saved from a shipwreck
and Is being raised by- the simple fisher
folk of the Scottish coast. Suddenly into
her quiet life comes a young aviator, who,
falling from the skies, manages to break
a leg and comes under her Care as a nurse
for weeks. Love Is awakened and "Ariel"
finally decides that she will go to London
to get herself an education to match that
of the "blrdman." In London the has
many stirring adventures and a fascinating
love story has been built Into the plot from
the time of her arrival there until in the
finale when all comes out better than could
hav been expected. Miss Barriscale fits
the part well and has had good support
from her cast,
Muse "Cecelia of the rink Roses," with
pretty Marlon Davles in the leading role.
Is the offering here today and tomorrow.
It is the first picture which this star is
putting out with her own company and
with the nam of the Select Pictures cor
poration on It. The play la an Idyl of
America, a true picture of a real girl of
this country and a fascinating love story
has been woven Into pretty settings and
come out a play that is pre-eminently one
of beauty. Mtai Pavlcs is being directed
In her new work by Julius Steger and has
an admirable supporting cast with her In
Lothrop Jack Ttckford. In ths "character
of a youth who has nothing In ths 'world
but a good Idea, proves that Ideas can, be
developed Into real cash money In the com
edy, drama, "His Majesty Bunker Bean."
appearing hero today only. - There ar
plenty ef humorous situations, some of th
best of which ths hero has trouble with
mummy, but In the end all works out suc
cessfully. Charlie Chaplin, In "Ths Roust
about." has a number of new funny stunts
and plenty of laughs. i
V : PERSONAL MENTION
Mr. and Mrs. I). L. Hickman. 113 North
Thirty-first - avenue, spent Sunday in Lin
coln where their son, L. F. Hickman, Is In
training at tho army mechanical school.
National League to
Games in Montreal
Montreal, July 23. The Chicago
National league team will play the
Beston Braves, leader of the sec
ond division, a regular scheduled
game here next Sunday.
This is the game scheduled to
be played in Boston on Monday,
but permission has been granted
to play it in Montreal Sunday.
The net proceeds will be devoted
to patriotic purposes.
If the attendance warrants it,
practically every team in the Na
tional and American leagues, it is
expected, will play in this city on
FOOD CRISIS FOR
ALLIES IS OVER,
Tells British Audience There
Need Be No Restriction on .
Next 12 Months.
By Associated Press.
London, July 23. Speaking at a
luncheon given in his honor by the
lord mayor at the Mansion house
today, Herbert C. Hoover, the Amer
ican food administrator, gave a most
reassuring review of the food situa
tion, i .
"We can say emphatically that all
anxiety as to the great essentials of
food is now past," Mr. Hoover de
clared. This was one of the few social af
fairs which M. Hoover will attend
during his stay in London. There
were present many distinguished
public men, including Walter Hines
Page, the American ambassador, and
Maj.-Gen. John Biddle, commanding
the American forces in the United
Reviewing what already had been
done in the way of increased produc
tion, and saving in consumption by
voluntary efforts and rationing, Mr.
Hoover said the exertion of the
American agricultural authorities And
farmers had borne such fruit that
"there will be no need during the
next 12 months for any restriction
on the volume of breadstuffs to be
shipped to the European allies."
Continuing, Mr. Hoover said:
"It will be the joint conclusion of
my colleagues in the European coun
tries, that we can get along with a
less moderate'" mixture of other
cereals in the loaf and thus provide
better bread for the 220,000,000 peo
pie who are opposed to Germany."
Mr. Hoover pointed out, however,
that with restricted shipping the en
tente allies must face a reduction in
fodder imports and1 thus a decrease
in animal products until the subma
rine had been overcome and shipping
This degeneration in production.
he added, would be continuous
throughout the war. He seconded
the suggestion that it would be good
strategy to devote European land to
breadstuffs production and to send
animal products instead of fodder
from the United States.
J. Austen Chamberlain, member of
the war cabinet, expressed in warm
terms an appreciation of Mr. Hoover
and the people of United States for
the help rendered the common cause,
particularly through the self-sacrifice
of a people in a land of plenty.
Only One Bond Required
Of Shippers by Railroads
The traffic bureau ot1 the Chamber
of Commerce has received from Di
rector General of Railroads McAdoo
a ruling on bonds required for pay
ment of railroad freight bills.
Any freight bills paid within 24
hours will be considered paid in cash
and no tond will be required. Where
a bond is in force the shipper will
have an additional 48 hours.
Only one bond will be required
As originally made, the order stated
that the shipper must file a bond with
each . railroad. This new ruling
means a saving of much money to
shippers in a city like Omaha, where
there are about 10 railroads.
Where credit is .desired from two
or more carriers, the application must
state names and amount of credit de
sired from each road.
Failure to pay freight bills within
the prescribed time shall automat
ically cancel the credit arrangements
as to all carriers, although default
may have been only on a bill of one
.Solicits Funds for Negro
Home Which Doesn't Exist
Rose M. Ohaus. superintendent 'of
the Board of Public Welfare, reports
that investigation has disclosed the
fact that "George Williams," negro, is
not authorized to solicit funds for a
children's home said to be located at
Twenty-second and Seward streets.
The home, which Williams claimed
was operated under the auspices of
th Grove Methodist rhtirrh. does not
ijexist, according to the Welfare board.
HALT CALLED ON
Action Follows Arrest of 17
Men in Alleged Graft Con
spiracy; H E. Lazarus
One of Accused.
By Associated Press.
New York, July 23. Officers of
the army quartermaster's department
tonight notified concerns named by
the Department of Justice in connec
tion w,ith an' illegal nationwide graft
conspiracy in the manufacture of sol
diers' raincoats, that no more deliv
eries would be accepted until further
notice. They were also told pay
ment would be suspended on large
quantities of goods already delivered.
This action followed the arrest yes
terday of 17 raincoat men and the
delivery of thousands of defective
raincoats ready for shipment to
France, at the New York quarter
According to the investigators on
the case these defective coats in
clude many bearing rejection marks
and others which had not even been
inspected. These defective coats, it
was said, were mixed with other
coats, in bundles packed by the manu
connection with the arrest today
larry E. Lazarusj a wealthy
clothing manufacturer, charged with
attempting to bribe a government in
spector. Assistant Attorney General
Huston Thompson explained that
while co-operating with the Codncil
of National Defense, Lazarus was
not actually a member of its sub-committee
supervising raincoat, production.
THE CASH STORE
JULY CLEARANCE SALES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
Matchless Values on Seasonable Merchandise Prevalent
Throughout the Entire Store Watch Our Ads.
Substantial Savings on
Made Possible by the Low Cash Prices Prevailing in Our
Sanitary Grocery and Market.
HAYDEN'S FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY GROCERIES
AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES.
18 bars Beat 'Km All. Diamond
C. or Swift's rride Laundry
lt ounce cans Condensed Milk ..10c
C ounce cans Condensed Milk ,...5o
The best Domestic Macaroni, Spag
hetti or Vermicelli, pkg. TiC
Corn Flakes, pkg. 8 l-3o
S pounds Barley or Corn Flour ,38c
S pounds best White or Tellow Corn
4 pounds Bulk Rolled Oatmeal ...I5c
3 pounds Choice Japan Rice . ...:8c
Navy Beans, No. 1 quality, lb. .lSVic
No. 1 cans Baked Beans ...... .6M.C
No. 3 cans Baked Beans 14c
Fancy Queen Olives, bottls 10c
cans Oil Sardines 7c
Large bottles Chow Chow. Sweet
or Sour Gherkins, Mixed, or
Piccalilli, bottle , 23c
33 ounce Jar Pure Fruit Preserves 28c
33 ounce Jar Pure Apple Butter ,35c
EAT MOKK DRIED FRUIT AND
SAVE THE WHEAT.
Fancy Santa Clara Prunes, lb. ..lie
Fancy Kvaporated Apples, lb. ...15c
Fancy Evaporated Apricots, lb. ..25o
Fancy Kvaporated Bartlett Bears,
Fancy Seedless Raisins, lb. ....14c
Fancy Seeded Raisins, pkg. ...8 l-3o
Fancy Silver Prunes, lb. 19c
English Walnuts, per lb. 30e
Fancy Soft Shell Almonds, lb. ..30c
Fresh Roasted Peanuts, lb J0c
Jt P?ys Try HAYDZH'S First It Pays.
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people who have 0" nnsswour ury
DR. E. R. TARRY 240 JSee Building, Omaha NeL
ALLIES TOO DUSY
TO TAKE TIME TO
Struggle Along the Soissons
Rheimf Loop Strenuous;
French Take Three Vil
lages in Attack.
By Associated Press.
London, July 23. The French at
tack near Montdidier today was a
very well executed and successful
minor operation, and, according to
dispatches received, the support from
the battle front, was presumably de
signed as a diversion, aiming at keep
ing the enemy's mind occupied and
preventing him from sending large
reinforcements to the south.
At the same time it also affected
an important local improvement in
the line at a sector where every ad
vance means better protection for
Amiens and Paris. The French at
tacked on a four-mile front after an
hour's bombardment of the German
lines and captured the three villages
of Sauvillers, Anbvillers and Mailly
Raineval within 15 minutes.
Fierce Fighting Continues.
About 1,000 more prisoners have
been counted by the entente allies
in the past 24 hours. Of this num
ber about half have been credited to
the Americans and British, but as a
matter of fact the alli.es just rrow are
iar too busy to devote much time to
counting prisoners. Fighting of the
fiercest character continues and the
present toj-and-fro struggling all
along the Soissons-Rheims loop is
very close, strenuous work and prob
ably not so many prisoners are. being
taken as would be the case in a di
rect advance or a retreat action.
The People's Tea and Coffee Market
Golden Santos Coffee, pound SOe
Maracalbo Blend Coffee, pound ...25c
Porto Rico Blend Coffee, pound .2,0
Roasted Barley, substitute Coffee, per
CholcaBasket Fired T -pan Tea.
Fancy Spider Leg Japan Tea, lb .B80
Fancy Oolong Pekoe Tea, pound 0o
Tea Slf tings, pound 20o
The Vegetable Market for the People.
bunches Green Onions ......... 5c
3 bunches Fresh Radishes 5c
Now Was: or Green Beans. lb ...7 lie
Freeh Rips Tomatoes, pound ...lOo
Large Fancy Cucumbers, each ...5o
15 pounds New Potatoes to ilia
2 bunches Fresh Carrots or Parsley 5c
3 Green Peppers 5e
3 Heads New Cabbags 10c
Large Spanish Onions, pound 5c
Fancy Head Lettuce, each IViO
BITTEK, EGGS, CHEESE, PICKLES
Fresh Goads Daily, Constantly Under
NO. 1 Bulk Creamery Butter, lb. 42e
Fresh Eggs, per dozen 32o
FRESH Bulk Peanut Butter ...25o
Wisconsin Cream . or Brick Chcene.
Bulk Chow ChowV quart 25c
Bulk Sweet Pickles, quart 35c
Lily Oleo and Gem Nut Margarine,
Preserves, Jellies. Soups, Baked
Deans, Etc.. In our rtckle Dep t.
LAST TIMES TODAY
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Cure guaranteed PAY WHEN CURED. Writ, tor
illustrated book on Rectal Diseases, with nsmes
nd testimonials of more than 1.000 prominent
Ready for Old Soldiers
Certificates for railroad tickets to
attend the Grand Army of the Re
public encampment at Portland, Ore.,
July 18, are now ready for- distribu
tion at the office in room 400, Mc
Cague building, Fifteenth and Podge
streets. Those entitled to certificates
which will give the bearer reduced
fare are members of the Grand Army
of the Republic and their families, or
members of allied organizations. i
FELL OFF THIRTY
Had Violent Headaches and
Frequent Dizzy Spells
"I fell off thirty pounds in seven
or eight months and would, no doubt,
still be a sick woman if it hadn't been
for Tanlac," said Mrs. Harry Jan
icke, who resides at 966 North 26th
"I had no appetite," she contin
ued, "and my stomach was so weak
and out of order that the very sight
of food made me sick. I had violent
headaches and frequent dizzy spells
and was so nervous the noise of the
children would upset me. My nights
were all restless and I would get up
in the mornings completely worn out.
My right shoulder hurt me so I
could hardly straighten my arm and
my left leg pained me so bad I could
just barely hobble around.
"I thought I was never going to
get any better and I never did until
one of my neighbors told me how
Tanlac had helped her and got me
to try it. Then my appetite came
back to me almost at once and I be
gan feeling better. I have already ,
gained eight pounds and have just fin
ished my second bottle of Tanlac.
My nervousness is gradually leaving
me and the headajuies and dizzy
spells are about gone. My work
was a drudge to me before, but, now
I can do all my housework and all
the washing for myself' and four
children besides. I hardly ever feel
a pain of any kind now and can walk
as well as I ever could. I sleep
splendidly every night, my tired feel
ings are gone and I feel more active
and cheerful. Tanlac has been a -wonderful
thing for me and it's a
pleasure to recommend it."
Tanlac is sold in Omaha by Sher
man & McConnell Drug Co., corner
16th and Dodge streets; 16th and
Harney streets; Owl Drug Co., 16th
and Farnam streets; Harvard Phar
macy, 24th and Farnam streets;north
east corner 19th and Farnam streets;
West End Pharmacy, 4t9h and Dodge
streets, under the personal direction
of a Special Tanlac Representative,
and in South Omaha by Forrest &
Meany Drug Co. Adv.
"TWO SHOWS IN ONE"
Novelty Musical Offering
rOM & PEARL ALMOND
Singing. Talking and Dancing
You Can Have
Bushels, yards, loads and tons of fun at
Omaha Merchants Outing.
You're Invited TODAY
CECILIA OF THE
JACK PICKFORD fat "HIS MAJESTY
BUNKER BEAN" CHARLIE CRAPUN a
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