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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, - MARCH' 24, 1920.
ITCH NO MORE
Every Kitmi sufferer should know just
how greatly Pnslam i able to benefit this
stubborn trouble; how quickly it brings
relief, stops itching, cools, soothes and
comforts. To spread Poslam over an
angry affected surface is to feel that
here, in reality, is just the healing in
fluence the skin demands. Treatment is
usually surprisingly short and improve
ment noticed every day. Poslam is harm
less. Use it for pimples, rashes and all
Sold everywhere. For free sample write
to Emergency Laboratories, 243 West 47th
St., New York City.
Urge your skin to ' become clearer,
healthier by the daily use of Poslam Soap,
medicated with Poslam.
Unless your food is
digested without the after
math of painful acidity, the
joy is taken out of both
'eating and living.
are wonderful in their help
to the stomach troubled
with over-acidity. Pleas
ant to take relief prompt
MADE BY SCOTT A BOWNE
MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION
FEW FOLKS HAVE
GRAY HAIR NOW
Druggist Says Ladies are
Using Recipe of Sage Tea
Hair that loses its color and lus
tre, or w'irn it fades, turns gray,
dull and lifeless, is caused by a lack
of sulphur in the hair. Our grand
mother rrade up a mixture of Sage
Tea and Sulphur to keep her locks
dark and beautiful, "and thousands
of women and ilien ,who value that
even color, that beautiful dark shade
of hair which is so attractive, use
onlv this old-time recipe.
Nowadays we get . this famous
mixture improved byi the addition
of other ingredients by asking at
flnjr 6rvg Mure for a bottle of
"Weye'h's Sa.ce, and Sulphur Com
pound," which darkens the hair so
naturally, so evenly, tjiat nobody
ran jossiblv tell it has been applied.
ou iust dampen a sponge or soft
'brush with it and draw this through
j our hair, taking one small strand
at a time. By morning the .gray
hair disappears; hut what delights
Vie ladies, with Wyeth's Sage and
fulphur Compound is "that, besides
Deautituiiy rarkening tne nair alter
St few applications, it also brings
back "the gloss and lustre and gives
it an appearance of abundance.
I Cured Mino"
Old Sea Captain Cored ,His Own
Rupture After Doctors Said
"Operate or Death."
Bit Remedy and Book Bent Free.
' Captain Colllngs sailed the seas fot
many years; then he sustained a bad
double rupture that soon forced him to
not only remain ashore, but kept him
bedridden for years. He tried doctot
after doctor and truss after truss. No
results! Finally, he was assured that
he must either submit to a dangerous
and abhorrent operation or die. He U4
rl tie cured himself. Instead.
OF BLUFFS MAN
FREED ON BOND
Borwick Says He Failed to
Recognize Holzfaster. Victim
Of Sunday Night Tragedy
On Lincoln Highway.
Ernest Borwick, alleged stayer of
Leo Holzfaster, in the Sunday night
tragedy on the Lincoln highway
near Loveland, la., was released yes
terday morning after spending the
night in the county iail when his
friends furnished $10,000 bond re
quired by the charge of second de
gree murder placed against him by
coroner's jury. Borwick was ar
raigned before Justice J. K. Cooper
in Council Bluffs and waived p the
His bond was signed by his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Borwick,
Theodore Davis, O. H. Brown and
Mayor Zurinuehlen. The trial will
probably not take place before the
middle of July.
Borwick was deeply affected when
brought out of jail after a sleepless
night. He sobbed when he tried to
"Leo and I were the best of
friends, and if we had only recog
nized each other the whole thing
would have been a joke," said Bor
wick. "I would not have shot at his
tires and wouldn't have harmed him
under any circumstances, nor he me.
I recognized him and called him by
name as the car went into the field,
but he didn't seem to hear me and
I know he didn't recognize me. We
were close friends when Leo worked
for S. M. Williamson -as repairei
and we never have been anything
else but friends. If we could only
have recognized each other in the
darkness we would both have been
all right today."
The funeral of Holzfaster will be
held this morning at- St. Peter's
Catholic church at 9 o'clock. Solemn
high mass will be celebrated. Burial
will be in St. Joseph's cemetery.
Man in Fit of Despondency
Hangs Himself in His Room
Sam Meyer, 37 years old, com
mitted suicide by hanging himself in
his room at the boarding house of
Herman Hochgrand, 2913 Mason
street, about 4:30 Tuesday afternoon.
Meyer, who was a member of the
International Association of Heat
and Frost Insulators, had been des
pondent over his failure tc obtain
steady work, according to Hoch
grand. In his room was found a note
addressed to Mrs. S. F. Meyer,
Lebanon, Ta., which read:
"Dear Mother: I cannot begin to
tell you how I feel and all I can say
is forgive me for what I may do.
God bless you. Goodbye."
He had been employed for several
wteks at the new Hill hotel, Six
teenth and Howard streets.
Officer Says Drivers Use
Farnam for Racing Course
Automobile drivers arc usiiig
downtown streets as a racing cou se
on their way home afternoo s.
Motorcycle Policeman Emery de
clared in C'entraJ "police court ts
terday when he appeared against .'5
person's on charges of speeding. The
majority of those arraigned ve:c
fined $1 and costs.
Farnam street between Twenti-th
and Fortieth is a mecca for auto
mobile speeders, the motorcycle of
ficer said. Chief of Police Ebtr
stein has .detailed him to that street
for several nights.
s's'TTlVERY actor Is always looking for
ft i the Brest play always looking."
J sajs Otis Skinner. "and, apparently
ovrrvbody else la trying to write It. I like
plays that roqulro expression ramer man
repression. I am not anxious for flam
hnynncy, but I do not like to let myself
nut." Otis Skinner will be seen at tho
Hrnnde s Thursday. Friday ana t-aiurany
of this week, with matinee, on Saturday.
In his new comedy, "Pletro." by Maud
Skinner and Jules Eekert uoouman.
There are IS distinctive scenes In the
new "Htlchy Koo ' show, one or tno real
novelties la an Indian ballet, led by a
genuine Indian maiden named Princess
White Deer. Raymond Hitchcock is the
main feature, because he is like no one
else in -his tomfoolery, and has a person
ality that never suggests the mechanics
of funmaklng. The engagemnit at the
Brandeis begins Sunday nigni.
So rich a display of costumes is not often
.n h musical comedy production as char
acterises the stellar attraction mis weea ai
the Orpheum. "Kxtra Dry is me namo
of the offering. The music and lyrics
were written by William B. Frledlander,
nnd the book was provided by Harlan
Thompson. One of the featured acts is
furnished by the Improviser of songs. Bob
Hall The minstrel skit. "A Willing
Wolker." is laughingly presented by Rawla
nnd Van Kaufman, Arthur Stone, the.
boob comedian, is exceptionally humorous
111 the skit, "(JSreen Goods."
"Fellow Mm and Women, Yea Don't Hav
To B Cut Up. and You Don't Hara
To Ba Tortured By Truss." r
Captain Colllnsts made a -study ot
himself, of his condition and at last ha
was rewarded by the finding of the
method that so quickly made him a well,
strong, vigorous and harpy roan.
Anyone can use tne snme nietnoa
It's simple, easy, safe and inexpensive.
Every ruptured . person in the world
should have the Captain Colllngs book,
telling all about how ho cured himself,
and now anyone may follow tha same
treatment In their own home without
any trouble. The book and medicine are
FREE. They will be Font prepaid to
any rupture sufferer who will flu out
the below coupon. But send H right
airay bow before you put down this
Lady Marie Byng May
Be Canada's New First
Evelyn J j
- O 'rc
A new portrait of Lady Marie
Evelyn Byng. wife of Gen. Sir
Julian Byng, hero of Cambrai. Gen
eral Byng is being mentioned in
London as the possible successor to
the Duke of Devonshire as governor
general of Canada. Lady Byng is a
well known writer, two of her best
known books being "Barriers" and
"Anne of the Marshland." She is
the only daughter of Sir Richard
Noreton. Sir Julian Byng is the son
of tTie Earl of Strafford.
On the Polish Front;
Capture Much Booty
Warsaw, March 23. Extremely
heavy fighting is reported on the
Polish front. A comuiiication an
nounces that after the greatest ar
tillery preparation yet experienced
the bolshevik infantry advanced in
columns against the bridgehead at
Zwichel, aided by tanks and armored
"After a sharp engagement," says
the communication, "the Polish
troops launched a counter attack
with bayonets, and hand grenades,
driving the enemy far from the Pol
"The Poles," the communication
continues, "captured one tank and
some machine guns and prisoners.
Simultaneously the Poles attacked
the Seventh bolshevik division which
was on the offensive in the sector
of Emilozen and compelled the
enemy to retreat easterly, abandon
ing its batteries, horses, ammunition
carts and machine guns. At other
points attempts to cross the river
Sluez were checked."
The communication adds that in
tensive artillery fire continues by
both sides along this and other
sectors, and that the bolsheviki are
concentrating as rapidly as possible
?nd reforming their shattered units
for the purpose of reattacking.
' Catch Auto Thief.
Burlington, a., March 2.3.--Pau1
J. Reeb, a farm hand, accused of
stealing an automobile in Denver,
Col., in November, 1919, from the
Runyon Brothers' garage in that
city and driving the car to Burling
ton, has been arrested here, and. it
is said, confessed. The automobile,
which had been stored in a barn on
the outskirts of town, was recovered.
Shriners'; Desert Caravan
To Cross Hot Sands Friday
400 Candidates Will Participate in Pilgrimageat
Ceremonial to Be Staged at Auditorium Will
Institute Women's Auxiliary Formed Several
Mme. Horthy, Wife of
New Hungarian Ruler,
Is Beautiful Woman
"Es selamu alcikum," quoth Illus
trious Potentate Earl R. Stiles
of Trangier Temple, Oasis of Oma
ha, Order of Mystic Shrine, yester
day. '.'The caravan is now being
formed for desert pilgrimage. The
camels are growing restless and
our slave drivers arc anxious for
The t'victims" will be 4(R) candi
dates, who will be conducted across
the hot sands at a . Shrine ' cere
monial at the Municipal Auditorium
next Friday evening. It will be the
largest class in the history of
Tangier Temple, Potentate Stiles
The ceremonies, starting at 9:30
Friday morning, will close with the
instituting during the evening "Zim
ityzman B r, No. 1, Ladies of the
Green - Shrine of Tangier," the
Shriner woman's auxiliary formed
here several years ago. The rites
Friday evening will mark the first
official institution of a -"Green
Shrine" auxiliary branch. The im
perial di,van ceremonial, it is an
nounced, will be conducted by long
distance telephone from Philadel
phia. Shriner officials state this
first, auxiliary B r in the world has
been munificently endowed by im
The "Green Shrine" ceremonial
will be followed by a dance and
"frolic" for Shriners and their
The Shriner ceremonial Friday
will close a week of important Ma
sonic activities in Omaha.
Starting yesterday, Scottish Rite
Masons began initiation of a class
of 350 candidates in the fourth to
32d degrees. Work was being con
ducted today at the Scottish Rite
temple,' Twentieth and Douglas
street, in the 15th to 18th degrece,
under " supervision of Aaron P.
Brady, wise master of Semper Fi
delis chapter, Knights Rose Croix,
Visitors continued to arrive from
Nebraska points for the annual
state Scottish Rite reunion! being
held in connection, with initiation
ceremonies. v 7
To Banish the Horse.
Denver. Colo., March 23. The
horse vviif be banished from Den
ver's streets on January 1. 1925, if a
bill, introduced at Monday night's
council meeting becomes a law.
Seenes of Interest ab'nund In Robert
T,i uls Stevenson's plsy. "The Master of
Unllnntrne." which Walker Whiteside la
presenting; ttt the. Branded theater. The
amusing- scenes bstween James Durle and
Markellar- are. ema of licht comedy, and
witty dialogue, of cut and thrust repartee
ami subtle Irony. There is much uncannv
tnvsterv in the play: numerous dramatic!
episodes, and one of the most stunning
finishes that the stagnfhas ever known.
Matinee and evening; performance today
chses the engagement.
From curtain to curtain Billy Watson
provides an entertainment that ia in tho
nature of a tonic. Twenty pretty, dark
eyed girls re found In the chorus and
tho book, music, dances and effects bring
into striking foreground the capabilities
of these young women with the company
at the Gayety this week. Matinee dally.
"Cheer 1'p," an enlivening musical com
edy, headlines the show at the Empress.
Six pretty girls sing, dance and disport
themselves throughout the production. A
pleasing feature of the show Is the child
Imitations of Hertie Fowler. Her Imita
tion ot the young clubman with alcoholic
propensities 1 perfect.
DIAMOMt 24th anil Lake HARRY
MURKY in "TUB MAN WHO
wriX'-1' rathe News nnd coinedv.
HAMILTON 40th nnd Hamilton
VHKOKKRS," a big special with
an oll-stitr cast. Admission 20c and
15c. Shows at 7 and 9 p. m.
GRANfi Ifith and Kinney MADGE
KKNNKHY In the "KINGDOM OP
YOUTH:" also PKARI, WHITB n
"THK TII.CK SECRET." chapter 13.
St'BIKB A X tth and Ames
BLANCHE SWEET in a "WOMAN
OP PLEASURE:" also Fox News.
REIl-BT.OODEO. adventure-loving mov
ing picture fans have a chance to.
follow Tom Mix through his spec
tacular exploit In "The Cyclone." a
photo production starring Mix. Rnd whlrh
will be th" feature attraction at the
Moon all this week. The story, a tale of
the Northwest Mounted Police, is dramatic
throughout nnd reaches a powerful cli
max in a feat where Mix fairly surpasses
his Own previous record.
Standard Weight for
Omaha Bread Loaves
Proposed In Ordinance
An ordinance to requine standd
weights of bread in Omaha was in
troduced at' the city council meet
ing yesterday by Commissioner
v The proposed ordinance spec:fi;s
that loaves may be offered for ;ale
on the basis of one-pound stand
ards and that loaves of fractional
weights may be sold of the sizs
of half-pound, three-fourths of a
pound, aiid also one and one-hal!
pounds. In all cases the ordinance
requires that the weight of the
loaves must be indicated and tliat
the name and address of the makers
must appear on every loaf.
Central High Planning .
Central High school is to boost
debating this year, according to
Otto Nelson, a member of the de
bating squad. The big thing at the
Central High, aside from the first
team, is to be .class debating teams.
Tryouts will be held shortly for
the class teams, and interclass de
bates will probably be a weekly fea
ture. Debating is under the direc
tion of Miss Hansen, debating
The following are the questions
on which the four classes will pick
tne class teams: seniors, Kesolv
ed. That the admission to college
should be by examinations nly for
the seniors;" juniors, "Resolved,
That the honor system of conduct
ing examinations should be adopted
in our high schools;" sophomores,
"Resolved, that a prescribed course
in public speaking should be given
in all high schools;" freshman, "Re
solved, That Central High schpol
should adopt closed halls."
Begin Formal Consideration
Of Railway Men's Demands
Washington, March 23. Formal
consideration of the wage demands
of the 2,000.000 railroaad workers
was begun Tuesday by the joint
wage board, organized Monday, by
the conference committees. It took
up first data on wage questions ob
tained bythe railroad administration
board of adjustment.
Grocers Not Satisfied.
Chicago, March 23. Dissatisfied
with the recent government decree,'
limiting the activities of the "big
five" packers, the National Whole
sale Grocers' association announces
that its case against the packers and
railroads would be reopened before
the Interstate Commerce commis
sion. The hearing is set for March
26, in Chicago.
Fitch Visits Washington.
Washington, March 23. (Spcr.i;;l
Telegram) D. A. Fitch, an attor
ney of Omaha, who is on his way
to New York from :. short season in
Florida, was in the national capital
Students to Write
Inter - Collegiate
Essay at Creighton
Tre writing of the annual inter
collegiate Knglish essay will take
place at the Creighton university
today, all students of the college
of arts and sciences participating.
Keen rivalry is evinced by the con
testants for a purse of $100,. offered
by Mr. D. F. Bremncr of Chicago. ,
The topic assigned for this year
is,' "Social Reconstruction on the
Basis of Justice and Charity." First
place in this contest ws won last
year by Adlai Jack Rhodes of the
freshman prelegal class, now at the
Creighton law school.
The other colleges entered in the
contest are St. Louis university, St.
Louis, Mo.; St. Xavier college,
Cincinnati, O.; Loyola college, Chi
cago, IU.; St. Marys college, St.
Marys, Kan.; University of Detroit,
Detroit; Marquette university, Mil
waukee, Wis.; St. Ignatius college,
Cleveland, O.; St. Johns university,
Toledo, O.; Campion colIegeT Prairie
du Chien, Wis., and Rockhurst sol
lege, Kansas City, Mo.
Motorcycle Cop Demoted
And Suspended, All in Day'
Hard luck came to Motorcycle Of
ficer Elmer Rutherford in a large
bunch yesterday when he was sus
pended by order of Inspector of Po
lice I'atullo, according to Captain
Dillon, following demotion from
motorcvcle officer to patrolman at
the direction of Chief Eberstein.
Eberstein would give no reason for
his action except that Rutherford
was unfitted for motorcycle work!
Rutherford was 'thrown from his
motorcycle early last week in a
chase with alleged highjackers at
Thirtieth and Fort streets and sus
tained injuries about the head. He
reported for work the day following
FREE RUPTURE BOOK AMD
Capt. W. A. Collltifrs (Inc.)
. Box 137DVe.tertow n. N. Y.
Please) Wnd me your FREE Ruptur
Komodr and Book, without any obli
gation on my part wnaiever.
n- Want Ads Ptoduce Results.
Applying This Paste
Actually Removes Hairs
Merely applying an inexpensive
paste to a hairy surface, say beauty
specialists, will dissolve the hairs.
This paste is made by mixing a lit
tle water with some powdered dela
tone; after about 2 minutes it is
rubbed off and the skin washed.
This simple method not only re
moves every trace of hair, bnt
leaves the skin free from blemish.
T.0 insure success with this treat
ment be careful to tret real dela
Strand Any person, whetlior Ms brow
In hltfli or low, who cannot enjoy Mark
Twain's "Huckleberry Flmi" is to be
pitied. Tho spirit ot the famous humorist
nnd of his lovable boy hero has been
thoroughly maintained in the photoplay.
It Is a sympathetically produced film
that follows the adventures of ituck ac
curately from the time when he and Tom
discover the treasure in the cave until
they return to their native village, sadder
and wiser, but none the less, still "regu
Sun Showr. In a realistic manner are
the lowest order of labor agitators in
Mary Mllea Mli.ter's second Realart pro
duction. "Judy ot Rogues' Harbor!" from
the story by Grace Miller White. If you
re fond of excitement and want to be
thrilled by spectacular screen work see
Judy of Korucs Harbor," the offering
all week M the Sun theater. This pfbture
will stir your Interest no matter how blase
jou raiy be
Mcihc A photoplay of vital dramatic
ilue. which runs the gamut of all human
motions, will be presented today -and
Thursday at thu Muse theater. l'he pic-
lure is "A Tale of Two Cities." screened
from Charles Dickens' great novel of the
In selecting his cant Mr. Fox, the pro
ducer, decided to have William Farnum
ssume the inles, of both Sidney Carton.
the self-sacrificing. If erring Englishman,
nnd Chnrlcn Darney, the courageous and
democratic scion of a noble French family,
Rhiltn "Tho Forbidden Woman." a
photo story on the screen at the Rialto
theater today, and starring Clara Kimball
Yoong. is being shown to packed houses
datly. Of Miss Young's work In this pro
duction. It is said by those who have seen
It. that It even exceeds in Interest, dra
matic Intensity an unusualness, Iier fine
efforts in "Eyes of .Youth." 1
It Is u story of roVarce and Intrigue,
of love and hate, of joy and sorrow, all
Interwoven In a delightful continuity.-as
the autobiographical tale of a highly
temperamental prima donna coquette
who steps dangerously near destruction
through her ir.ablllty to flirt seriously
or take seriously the appeal of her heart.
' , X
Kmpres This Is the last day of the
F'ox picture. "Durand of the Bad Lands,"
at the Empress. Dustln Farnum's role
Is that of a bad man with a good -heart,
who ia regenerated through a woman's
love. Plavtng opposite Mr. Farnum Is
.Winifred Kingston, one of the most popu
lar leading women In the silent drama.
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tNjyY . ' i'Mv,main, ,1IM, n.,,
L V'-'-K. xl' :
Mme. Horthy wife of Admiral
Horthy, recently elected regent ol
Hungary, who is reputed to be one
of the most beautiful and accom
plished women in the newly-established
nation. The election 4f Ad
miral Horthy as regent is looked
upon as the first step toward '.he
return of the Hapsburgs to power.
King George Holds His
First LeveS Since 1914
At Royal Palace Today
London, March 23. King George's
first levee at St. James palace since
1914, held today, was a brilliant af
fair. John W. Davis, the United
States ambassador, and his staff, all
dressed in black, presented a notable
contrast of the full dress uniforms
of military and naval officers and
ministers and judges in their wigs
and official robes. The king drove
in semi-state from Buckingham pal
ace. A feature wa the presentation of
epresentatives of new states, in
cluding Finland, Poland and the new
republics of the Balkans.
Dr. Sthamer, German charge
d'affaires here, was presented by
Earl Curzon, British secretary of
state for foreign affairs.
Aged Omaha Man Found
Dead in Bed in His Room
Fred St. Peter, aged 67 years, a
janitor at the McCague building, was
found dead in bed at his room, 808
South Eighteenth street, about 5:30
Tuesday afternoon. Physicians said
the man had been dead about 18
St. Peter had been in ill health for
several months and some days ago
told Mrs. J.. Tabas, 830 South Nine
teenth street, that in case anything
happened to him she was to look for
a tin box under the floor 'of his
room. The box, when opened, was
found to contain a deposit. slip on
the First National bank for $210.
He is survived by one sister, Malzma
St. Peter of Minneapolis, and a
niece, Mis. C. Rpehl, also of Minne
apolis. The body was taken t
Stack & Falconer's undertaking par-
Sheriff of Minneapolis Is
Meld as Whisky Smuggler
Minneapolis, March 23. Five men
including Oscar Martinson, sheriff
of Hennepin (Minneapolis) county,
have been arrested, charged with
conspiracy to violate the Reed
amendment in connection with liq
uor shipments to the United States
from Canada. All pleaded not guilty
before a United States commis
sioner. Since last Christmas, according to
government agents, about 20 car
loads of liquor, valued at close Ao
Janitpr Falls From Third
Stony While Washing Window
Andrew Skanris, 1512 South Fifth
street, janitor at the Train school,
Sixth and Hickory streets, fell from
a third story window of the school
yesterday and suffered broken
bones. His right knee cap and
nose were fractured. v
He had been washing windows
when he accidentally fell. ,
A Well-known Man
' Dr. Pierce" of Buffalo,
N. Y., the celebrated
throughout the entire
civilized universe be
cause pf his many years
of successful medical
practice, once said:
"At this time of year
most people suffer from
what we term 'spring
fever' becausa of a stag
nant condition of the
blood, because of the
toxins (poisons) stored
up within the body dur
ing the' long winter. We
eat too much meat, with
little or no green vegetables."
Bloodless people, thin,
unfimin Tennis. iTinsA with nalfl rhecks and lins. who have a poor
appetite and feel that tired, .worn or. feverish condition in the
springtime of the year, should try the refreshing tonic powers of
a good alterative and blood purifier. Such a tonic as druggists
have sold for fifty years, is Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery. It is a standard remedy that can be obtained in tabletor
linnid form. Marin without, ftlonhol from" wild roots and barks.
your druggist does not have the tablets send 10 cents for trial
package to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, i. X. ,
(Ask your neighbors, they have tried it! . ,v, -
Mulberry. Kans. ' I am elad to recommend Dr. Pierce's medi
cines. My son, at the age of 10 years, was taken with pneumonia. He
got better, then took chicken-pox, measles, and last typhoid fever
all in one winter. It left him with a terrible cough and I feared he
could not get well. I got two bottles of 'Golden Medical Discovery
and gave it to him and it cured him entirely.
"I lived near Monroe City, Mo., when my son was rick. . No
inuht manvthero ramember the case well. ? MBS, JaNB S. CARROLL.
If your Aspirin tablets have the
name "Bayer" stamped on them,
they are genuine "Bayer Tablet
of Aspirin," proved safe by mil
lions of people. The name "Bayer"
identifies the true world-famous
Aspirin prescribed by physicians
for over eighteen years'.
Always drink one or two glasses
of water after taking the tablets.
contains proper dlreetieni for
Colds, Headache, Toothache, Ear
ache, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Rheu
matism, Neuritis, and for Pain. '
Always say "Bayer" when buy
ing Aspirin. Then look for the
safety "Bayer Cross" on the pack
age and on the tablets.
Handy tin boxes of twelve tab
lets cost but a few cents. Drug
gists also sell larger packages. -
'Each unbroken "Bayer package"
Aipiiin it (tide muk el Bi,er MinuUctore Monosetlkieldeittt si Sllcllcicld
Tells How Thin Folks
Can Put on Flesh
and Get Strong
People who have tried it and hundreds
of folks ripht here in Omaha have done
so say that if you, are weak, thin, nerv
ous, rundown and can't sleep nights, the
quickest, surest and best way t.. get strong.
put on flesh, have nerves 01 sieei ana t
able to sleep well, is to take a 6-xrain tab
let of Blood-Iron Phosphate with every
meal. The almost invariably remarkable
benefit following: the use of Blood-Iron
Phosphate Is said to be due to the fact
that it does two things feeds the nerves
and supplies iron to the blood. So uniform
ly successful are the reports from those
who have used. it that Sherman & Mc
Connell Drug Co., as well as all other
leading druggists now supply Blood-Iron
Phosphate under a guarantee of satis
faction or money fcaok. Inasmuch as three
weeks' treatment costs only $l.r0 if you
like it nothing if it fails every weak,
thin, nervous, rundown, anaemic man or
woman should begin the use1 of Blood-Iron
Phosphate today and get back on the road
to health, strength and happiness without
Mil 3F' JftStt " I
Alkali in Shampoos
Bad For Washing Hair
.Most soaps and prepared sham
poos contain too much alkali, which
ia very injurious, as it dris the
scalp and makes the hair brittle.
The best thing to use is Mulsified
cocoanut oil shampoo, for this ia
pure and entirely greaseless. It's
very cheap and beats anything else
all to pieces. You can get this at
any drug store and a few ounces
will last the whole family foi
Simply moisten the hair with wa
ter and rub it in, about a teaspoon
ful is all that is required. It makea
an abundance of rich, creamy lath
ery cleanses thoroughly and rinses
out easily. The hair dries quickly
and evenly, and is soft, fresh-looking,
bright, fluffy, wavy and easy
to handle. Besides, it loosens and
takes ut every particle of dust,
dirt and dandruff.
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Estimates Furnished and Work
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Since Joseph W. Moon, out of a
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the first Moon fourteen years
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The Moon Sedan is a companion
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