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B'MI B'RITHTO CELEBRATE
lodges of .Omaha and Council Bluffs
Join in the Affair.
TIME SET IS WEEK FROM TODAY
Notable .MprnUrm Will Tell of the
Work ThU cpty U I)olnK All
Oxer Country Luncheon
An vent which promises to n rouse
much Interest In the Jewish community
will be the celebration of D'nol D'rlth Day.
on Sunday. November 24. An elaborate
program will bo presented by the two
local lodges, assisted by the lodge from
Council Bluffs. It Is also probable that
Lincoln will send a delegation to thlf
As Is well known, the U nal Hrlth Is
one of the most Important Jewish organ
isatlons of Its kind, of International
scope, its objects are charity, education
and progress. It has probably done moiu
than nny similar organization In working
for good citizenship In whnt It has ilont
to help assimilate the Immigrant. Its
night reboots, settlements and educa
tional features are known In every large
city. It was . largely due to Its efforts
that the Russian pasrport question
assumed such proportions, which finally
resulted In Russia's being compelled to
recognise the rights of American cltl
' zetiB In any country.
Tho B'nal B'rlth number among Its mem
bers tho most Influential and cultured
class of those of the Jewish faith. It
has maintained for tcar. orphan ajy
lums. notably the one at Cleveland. 6.
where many loyal Americans of both
sexes are made a part of our civic life
every year. It Is for this and other
reasons that tle coming celebration
assumes Hb great Importance. Under the
leadership of Chn'les Klgntter, a notable;
program has been prepared.
Among those Invited to deliver addresses
will be Mr.Jacob Forth of St. Louis, n
past president of tho order, a splendid
speaker and one, whose reputation ex
tends considerably beyond Jewish circles.
It Is also hoped that one of the speaker
will ho Mr. Jonas Well, a prominent
attorney of Minneapolis, and also a past
president of the order. In Minnesota and
beyond Mr. Well Is particularly known
for his speaking ability and his work
nlong the philanthropic and roclologlcal
lines. In addition to these speakers there
will bo an address by Mr. Elgutter, whose
scholarly ability Is well known, to hlf
fellow citizens. In fact, his having charge
of tho program assures Its success. There
will also be an Invocation by Rabbi Colin
of Temple Israel, together with fine
The guests from out of town will be
entertained by rides and on Sunday at 1
l. m a Imi'i'n i in I ,'ven In thrlr
From 3 to 6, a session of the three
lodges will bq held at the Young Men's
Hebrew association rooms and at 8 p. m
mi open meeting will bo held at Temple
Israel to which nil members of the com
munity and their families will be Invited
Howard Bruner is
- Given Promotion
by Union Pacific
Howard Bruner, who has been chief
clerk of the I'nlon Pactflc traffic depart
ment for tho Inst eight ,years, has been
appointed assltant gcnernl freight agent
of the rond, the appointment to tako ef
fect at once.
Mr. Bruner was born In Omaha anl re
ceived his education In tlr public schools
of this city. In 18S0 he entered the Union
Paclflo In the capacity of office and er
rand boy. and from that position has
risen gradually through his own work
and attention to business to the position
ho now occupies. Through Mr. Bruner's
rise Gcorgo W. Hamilton, who has been
chief ratp clerk, takes the position of
chief clerk, and Allen Whlt.e rate clerk
becomes chief rate clerk.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Re
move It and All Other Forms
of Indigestion Quickly.
That awful feeling as though there
were a heavy weight on your stomach
as though you had swallowed an enor
mous lump of lead Is caused by the
failure of your stomach to thoroughly di
gest your foods. You may have eaten
too fast or too much. Your stomach may
be over-worked and tired out. It Is too
weak to produce enough of the digestive
juices necessary to take proper care, of
the food. Gases form and cause all
sorts of agony, The stomach demands
more pepsin, hydrochloric acid and other
digestive agents which It Is unable, to
Medicines are not only worthless In
cates of this kind, but are actually In
jurious to tho wholo system. It Is sheer
lunacy to pour a lot of vile stuff Into
the stomach drugs that have no digestive
ptuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain In
gredients that not only, bring quick' re
lief to digestive sufferels, but actually
digest the food for the stomach. One of
these little magic tablets taken after each
meal, will rest the stomach, revltalfie the
secretory glands, strengthen the muscular
walls In fact, tono up the entire digestive
No home should be without Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets constantly on hand.
They stop all forms of Indigestion, such
as sour stomach, belchlngs, heartburn,
dizziness, burning sensation, brash, etc.
After a brief course of treatment your
appetite Improves. You enjoy your food
more. You awaken every morning with
a happy disposition, Ilfe looks brighter.
Your brain becomes clearer and your eyes
hparkle with their old time snap and
twinkle. You aro practically a new per
son. Stuart's Dyspepela Tablets are sold by
All druggists, at 5i a box.
George Brandeis Becomes
Manager of Brandeis Stores
George Brandeis, who recently came to
Omaha from Chicago to become genera!
manager of the Brandeis slores. Is not
ft. stranger here. Omaha was the first
American city In which he lived and.
although he has been .away from here
twenty-two years, he declares Omaha Is
homo to him.
Mr, Brandeis was born In Lleben. Ger
many, and was brought to the United
States twenty-four years ago by IiIh
uncle. J. L. Brandeis, the founder of
the stores of which he now has become
manager, lie made Omaha his htiim
two years while being employed at the
tyH Brandeis atbre. the fair, on Thir
in that little pl.ice he learned the rudi
ments of salesmanship, doing iirai-ltc-ilty
every kind of work 'lo be found In the
small slore. ll Kvc htm, an education
which proved of great value when at
the end of the two. yeais he left Onlulm
anil went to .Chicago, wjicte he went
Into the Boston store there, owned at
tlte time by (Jinnies N'etcher.
lie wus placed Ih the silk itepanmen
of the Chicago store nth) ft Mutrl time
later became an assistant silk buyer
With the growth of the Uiiilness he was
made chief silk buyer and., storting in
with seven men under him, ho advanced
the- business until when he left the de
parlmentv he was manager, of sevens
three men. His ability whs. responsible
for tho growth In the silk depurtmont
of that store, which is noA. J ecognlzcd
As the largest retail silk business In th
In appreciation of his business acumen,
nt the death of Charles Xetcher. eight
years ago. Mr. Brandeis was made gen
eral manager of the stoic. Ho held this
position until recently, when he resigned
to come to Omaha to assist his cousin,
Arthur Dnmdcls. proprietor of the Bran
deis stores here.
Ourlng7 nil his time away from Omaha
he watched the growth or his cousins'
store. Its great forward strides, how
ever, wore loo much for him to realize,
being out of actual view,, and when he
answered his cousin's summons to come
and' assist In thn management here he,
was" greatly surprised, as Well as pleased,
ECHOES OF THE ANTE-ROOM
Many Masons Will Gather in Omaha
During the Present Week.
ENGAGE ORPHEUM OuTRIGHT
Activity in Apparent ti All l.oriKV"
anil 11 nny IMensnnt mrtlc Are
' Announced by tho Sup
rctnrlea. " v
Following the Scottish Rite reunion,
wlilch will be held during Ihl? first four
duj's of tills week, there will be a cere
monial of Tangier Temple, Ancient Arabic
.Older of tho Mystic Sliilne, Friday even
ing: - '
Alday Friday the ..Slirlners will bo !n
session, escorting, candidates across the
burning sands nn'd Introducing them to
baiinb myetMian-.c. ' Instead of having
he neual banquet In the evening .tho
Shrlners will enjoj' the evening at the
Orphcum, the entire house having been
reserved for them.
The affairs of the day will bo In charge
of specially npolritc1 officers as follows:
James A. How'aid t'otentato
John 'IS. Simpson Chief Itabban
l Howe Assistant Rabban
fjv F. Wolr. .High Priest ami Prophet
Frederick C. Rogers Oriental Oulde
William K. Rhodes, i Recorder
William T. Bourke Recorder
F. F. Whltcomb, first ceremonial mas
ter; Tlnley L. Combs, .secohd ceremonial
master; John II. DUtlbr, captain of tile
guard; W.S. Wedge, outer guard.
F. C. Tym. marshal; Harry J. McCart
ney, director; John W. Klossner, Herbert
Keleblc and William J. Dobbs, assistant
Carl JO. Herring, venerable Bhlek; Allen
D. Falconer, captain Arab patrol; James
A. Woodman, keeper of wardrobe; Oliver
I. Lewis and. William Gardiner, alchem
ists. George II. Lavldge, James Corr and W.
S. Rdwe, electricians; Charles H. Mullln
and George K. West, 'dervish of first and
second Instances: M. L. Clark, master of
transportation; Fred L. Ncfblt, track and
FlpdnrlluR Are Initiated.
Thursday evening tw'enty-one candi
dates had their wings clipped and were
Inltntcd Into the mysteries of eagledom
by Omaha aerie. No. S3, Fraternal Order
of KdRles. Tho ritualistic work was put
on by the splendid degree team which Is
now the best of Its kind In the west. It
was an Immense meeting and tpjiny of
tho "old timers" were present and were
loud In their praises of the work of the
team and the progress the aerie Is mak
ing. Another big Inltatlon will occur next
Thursday and numeroils applications have
been filed and. tho team will have plenty
of work during tho. coming season.
After the meeting there Was a social
session during which tho members had an
opportunity of Inspecting tho elegantly
furnlRhed parlors and club rooms which
have been recently fitted up and all mem
bers were enthusiastic over the progress
that has been made this year and aro
united In an effort to push It along.
Everybody's doing It In. Omaha Aaerle.
Independent Order T Odd I-Vllowa.
Omaha lodge. No. 2, will have work
In the third degree next Friday evening.
Hesperian en'campmeht. No. I, will hold
Its semi-annual election of officers next
Thursday evening. There will also be
work In the Royal PUrple degree,
South Omaha lodge, Nd. 118. will have
three candidates for the' second degree to
A charter has been asked for a Re-
bekah lodge at Bonsou which will be In
stituted In the near future. The new lodge
will have twenty-two charter members.
MaiincbroK lodge. No. 216. will have
worlc In tho third degree next Friday
- Ivy llebekah lodge conferred the de
gree work upon nine candidates last
Jonathan lodge, No. 225, will put on the
second degree work next Friday evening.
' - Aflinle to Give Dance,
OmtUia lodge. No. 1, Royal Achates, will
give a social dance In their lodge room,
corner Nineteenth and Farnam on Tues
day night. A general Invitation Is ex
tended. On Tuesday nlsht. November K.
an oyster Bupper will be served for all
members of the order exclusively.
Honored (iuful Coruluic.
WIIWl ,t I ' I " "
em Maccabeef, will have as their honored
guesis rTanves i- uuiub, biciu. uuin
mander of Ht I-oulf. Mich., and
Kmma B. Bower, great record keeper of
Port Huron, Mich., who wilt hold a school
l to discover the magnitude of tho con-
cern he Is to manage.
I "It was, one of the surprises of my
j life." he said a few days ago, "to find
, that Omaha has grown to such a thrlv-
tng city. And I was also greatly sur-
prised at the enormous amount of busi
ness my cousin Is doing. Why, they nre
selling higher class goods here In Omaha
! than In Chicago."
Mr. Brandeis Intends to make his home
In Omahn. Me Is living now at the.
Loyal hotel and probably will build n
home here next spring. Mrs. Brandeis
will come to Omaha In a few days and
bring with her here her two sisters,
Misses Ixretta and Lillian Rogers, IS
and 1!0 years old, of Chicago.
of Instruction at the hall In Continental
block Saturday aftern6ou, November 23,
and an open meeting In the evening to
give overy ono an opportunity to meet
these talented women 'who will dlsouss
Maccabeelsm and touoh on the suffra
gette movement, as they were active
workers In the Mlchlgnn campaign for
Banner lodge. No. 11, Fraternal Union
of America, will hold tts annual election
of officers Thursday evening, November
21, at Myrtle hall, corner Fifteenth and
Mondamln lodge, No. Ill, will give "a
high flvo party and dance on Monday
evening nt Frenr.er hnll, Twenty-fourth
and Parker street, to which all members
and their friends are Invited. I
Jln!cnhee Cnrd 1'nrtjr.
Ella L. Mark of hive No. 46, Ladles of
the Maccabees, will give a c,ard- party at
the Ancient Order of United Workmen
hall, Fourteenth and Dodge streets,
Thursday afternoon. R'efrcshnjcnts will
be served, and favors will be uw'hrdcd
( to the most successful card players.
All members ' nre now deputies. The
work of Increasing the membership Is
progressing and on Tuehdny night tho
iDouglns county camp officers will assist
In the Initiation of a largo, class of mem
bers. Will Confer Ilnnk.
Nebraska lodge. No. 1, Knights of Py
thias, will confer the rank of pnge,
Wednesday, November 20. Tho Wednes
day night following that will bo the elec
tion of officers.
Keourlty I'lniia Merlins;.
Omaha council, No. 416, will have a free
open meeting nt Barlght'B hall on next
Wednesday evening for members and
friends. Good music Is announced.
Sunshine? Pnrty .
George Custer, Woman's Relief corps,
will give a sunshine party Tuesday at
the residence of Mrs. W, N. Johnson at
716 Allison street, Benson.
Come and Go Gossip
Mrs. Ellxabeth Rittcr has gone to
Denver to visit relatives.
Miss Mary Myers of Dubuque Is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Nash.
Mr. Farnam Smith and Mr. B. F. Smith
went to Excelsior Springs Friday for a
Mrs. Ed Lang has gone on a two
months' visit with her mother In Savan
Miss Bontecou of Kansas City, who
has been the guest of Mrs. G. W. Hold
rego, leaves next Tuesday.
Miss Venus RoUssopoulos, the guest of
Miss Butler for thn past' week, expects
to"return to St. Faul Sunday.
Miss Edna Sweelcy and Miss Hazel
Wclrleh left Saturday for Lincoln, where
they attended the Kansas-Nebraska game.
Colonel and Mrs, E. F. Test, who have
made Council Bluffs their home for some
years, are coming back to live lp Omaha
Mr. Isaac arpenter and daughter, Mrs.
Ixickwood, who have been at Excelsior
Springs for the paBt three weeks, will be
Mrs. Campbell Faliyarrlved yeBterday
from the east and Iswlth Mr. and Mrs.
15. E. Balch. Mrs. Fair may go later to
California for the winter.
Mr. S. D. Barkalow, accompanied by
Miss Barkalow and their guest. Miss
Smith of New York, left last evening for
Denver to meet Mrs. Barkalow, who I
returning from California. They will all
return to Omaha next Tuesday.
Mrs. C..-AV. MoDonald of Council Bluffs
returned Saturday from a six months'
visit in Seattle and other coast points.
The McDonald home In Council Bluffs
will remain doted for tho winter. Mr.
and Mrs. McDonald have taken quarters
at the New Hamilton.
Mr. and Mrs. KIrkendall and Miss
Brady went to Excelsior Springs Sunday
to Join Mr. and Mrs. John A, McShane
and Mr. Brady, who went down a few
days earlier, Mr, and Mrs. Brady came
home Friday evening, but the rest of
the party will remain until this week.
"Colonel F Duller starts for Ban I'Van
Cisco over tha Union Pacific Sunday
SUNDAY tttttt: XOYKMMW 17, 1!M2.
A truly great
is one where you get big
values rather than big talk.
That is tho main reason why
this groat salo of ours has
boon such a signal success.
One of the most gratifying I'lrruinBtnucpa conneettnl with this Rfoat bAIo lin bean the utter lack of sus
picion on tho part of tliosn who hnvo nttomtoil. So far na wo know, no pnraon has left our atom
without buylns- hut. n rotisldernblo number hnvo bought bore nttor haying left noma othor store. No
person has so fur questioned our statements or Riven nny evidence of lulatrust. U Is this fooling of
cohfldutico that ncto. uIh for the crowds of yesterday It Ik tlllR mime confidence which will keep our
tvele palnstaklni: salesmen busy tomorrow.
Regular $40, $35 and $30 Suits and Overcoats for $23.00
Regular $25 Suits and Overcoats for $16.00
Regular $20 and $18 Suits and Overcoats for $11.00
Regular $15 and $12.50 Suits and Overcoats for $9.00
Regular $10 Suits and Overcoats for $0.00
PRICE OF MILKTO BE RAISED
Dairymen Vote to Increase Price
from Seven to Nine Cents.
COWS AND HAY COSTING MORE
All Ilalryinrn UpIoiik to. tho .Inxocln
tlon null All Will Ilr I I'Kfri
Adopt the Xevr Moult
At a meetliiR of sevonty-flvp dalrynifii
Frldfiy nlftht It was unantmouHly agreed
to adviUice tho price of milk from 7 cents
to 9 conts per quart, tho Increnso to tako
effect Dcembcr 1. ThlB action. Bays O.
0. Jensen, president of tlio association,
n neceuary becauBe of the high prlca of
hay and In th Increuslnc cost of rattle.
Dairy Inspector Claude P. Uosslo, O. C.
Jensen, M.i Corneer and A. P. Oroberk led
the dlkotisslon of tho question at the meet
ing at Washington hall. The meeting wna
call ol to reorganize the dairymen's as
sociation. Dairy m (in are planning to hold another
meeting nex week and perfect their or
ganltatlon, practically every dairyman In
the city Is a member and yylll bo naked
to strind by tho association In Its stand
to IncreBBe the price of milk.
Turn In Bill for
Extras Right Away
Caldwell & Drake, county building gen
eral contractors, who havo been rctlcont
roffnrrilnir llinlr contemplated charges
against tho county for "extras" aro re
quired to prepare their "extras bill nnd
i . A. ...... liia twin, tmtnli (!in
loi tlio uuumy nnun j v.o w ......
will, try to collect, by a resolution In
troduced by Commissioner Iyncn ana
adopted by the Hoard of County Com
Tho resolution gives tho general con
tractors until Monday to "show their
hand," as tho commissioners put It. Tho
hoard and John Ixtenser. county build
ing architect, have nearly completed In
spection of tho building. The board wants
to know Just how much Caldwell &
Drake will try to collect for "extras" be
foro It dotermlnes how much the county
shall withhold for failure of cortalu work
to conform to specifications.
George V. Caldwell of Caldwell A
DraUa said the firm will comply with tha
Aged Man Suffers
a. D. Wlcklend. 80 years of ago, living
at M P street, South Omaha, suffered a
paraletlo stroke at .Sixteenth and Dodge
streets yesterday tond Is nt tho Ht.
JnntiDh'H hnsnltal In' a eerlous condition.
He was standing In front of the postofflce
building when taken sick.
Tho police emergency automobile took
th trteken man to the hospital. His ad
vanced age and Injuries received when he
fell to the sidewalk will mako his re
GREAT WESTERN IS FINED
IN TRANSPORTATION CASE
Judge W. II. Munger of tho I'nlted
States district court entered Judgment
against the Chicago Great Western Hall
way company In the sum of f70O und
costs -for violation of the 'twenty-clght-hour"
This law makM It i misdemeanor for
a railroad to keep hogs, cattle und sheep
In cars for over thirty-six hours without
feed or drink. Tho Great Western was
charged with violating this law on three
counts. Tho maximum penalty Is I.VX) on
each count and costs.
COAL, DEALERS PURSUED
BY WEIGHT INSPECTOR
John Grant Pegg. city fealer of weights
and measures, haa notlfleld thli ty-three
coal dealers that unless they at once pay
their oocupatlon taxis, consisting of H
for each yard and 1 for each team used,
lie will Institute proceedings to force pay.
ment or cause the cancellation or their
permits. None of the ooal dealers hava
paid their taxes or? this score yet. Each
dealer will be notified but once,
RIVER TOURISTS REPORT
MOST ENJOYABLE TRIP
Captain K. P.oberts, Henry McDonald,
Adolph Tell and A. W. Compton of th
Pastime Athletic club, now on their way
to Now Orleans In tho club's boat, tho
P A C '', havo reported their arrival
at Cairo without mishap. Thejr havo
txitu njoylng pltauuat trip.
ONLY MODERN CLOTHING
Tilt IWMB 'QUALITY CLOTHES
Keep Open House
in New Quarters
Crowds of men nnd women visited the
Sunderland Uros. offices yesterday, It
being their grand opening day In the new
rooms In tho Stnto bank building. Tho
Sunderland llros. now occupy tho ontlro
third floor of this new building. They
have arranged their new office rooms In
tho most convenient manner possible, li.
M. .Sunderland says: "I have been In
every offlco of dealers In building ma
terial in tho country nnd I am confident
thcra Ih nothing finer In tho United
States today than our rooms right hero
Tho company has arranged something
now In tho way of partitions for a part
of tho offices. Thn building material and
specialty department is separated from
the rest of tho offices by a garden wall
effect, built of vnrlous kinds of brick
handled by tho firm. Tho top of tho wall
and tho pillars aro capped with white
cement slabs. On tho corners aro great
flowerpots with drooping vines, and,
climbing up the sldn of tho wall In
without which no garden wall would bo
comploto tho over-present Ivy.
Stepping off tho elovntor on the third
floor of tho building ono Is Immediately
In tho retail department, following tho
counter south nnd oast ono arrives In tho
wholesale deportment. All tho .otflces of
tho officials and managers nro partitioned
wltli plato glass, thus taking tho best
possible advantage of tlio excellent light
on this floor.
The flreplaclng mutorlnl Ih displayed to
tho very boat ajlvautngo In that fire
places complete nro built almost by tho
dozen in tlio various varieties of brick.
Tho brick department has tho entire wulla
covered with Noctlons of brick walls built
with tho vnrlous kinds of mortnr show
ing tlio grout variety of uppearanccS that
can bo obtained by thu uso of different
kinds ami styles of mortar.
Kor the oprntng occasion many flowers
wcro provided and the rooms wero decor
ated In various ways. Many cages of
canary birds wero swung from tho celling
so that thero was a chorus of canary
volcos during tho afteronon. Tho formal
opening was from 2 to 10 p. in.
Persistent Advertltlng Is tho Itoad to
LATEST THEORY OF CATARRH
EXPLAINED BY DR. HARTMAN
DR. S. B. XAXTUAK
Catarrh begins by congestion of the
blood vessels of a mucous membrane.
Any mucous membrane Is made up most
ly of minute blood vessels, called capil
laries. Cold or Irritation of any sort Is
llabln to produce congestion of these
capillaries, If the irritation Is slight and
Is quickly removed the congestion very
soon disappears and no bad result ob
tains. Dut If the Irritation is repeated
many times or Is long continued a chron
ic condition of congestion of the mucous
membranes may occur. This Is ordi
narily called catarrh.
The blood no longer circulates freely
In the aniull blood vessels that compose
the mucouit membrane. The blood be
comes damned up In the vessels, causing
the vessels to swell up and th blood to
stagnate and tho serum of the blood to
exudo from tho wulls of tho blood vtn
sels, producing discharge.
These discharges are ordinarily called
mucous discharge. The fact is, however,
the discharges are not properly mucus
lUai muoun dos nut Irritait but U a
Business Men Want
the Western League
Omaha business men aro going to make
a fight to laud the huadqunrttrs of the
Western lengile In Omaha. Tho magnato.i
havo decided to move tho headquarters
Into somo Western league town or Kan
sas City, but OmaJia fans and business
men nro opposed to tho offices being
moved to Kansas City.
Tho subject of movlnr tho main offices
nwuy from Chicago was fruit for much
talk at baso ball headquarters and when
Victor Pnrrlsh, manager of the publicity
bureau of tho Commercial club, returns
ho will bo waited upon by a delegation of
at least twenty business men who will
urge him to fight tho move of tho head
quarters from Chicago to Kansas City.
They aver that a move of this kind would
kill off tho attendauco In Omaha and
oventully kill the gmo.
Pa Ilourko at the meeting of tho West
ern league mngnates, when tho motion
was passed to movo tho main offices,
voted against thn proposition an did Tom
Kalrweathur of Drs Molnos and Jack Hol
land of Ht. Joseph, TheiQ moil reallKcd
that us long ns the main offices remained
In Chicago thero would bo no trouble,
but to mdve It lo Kansas City would be
detrimental to tho entire league, with tho
possible exception of Denver,
With moving of tho headquarters would
bo tho moving of thn president and the
secretary. "Tip" O'Neill was elected at
the meeting last year to serve aa presi
dent for flvo years. Ho has now served
ono year and would be compollod to go
whareever thn offices wero moved.
Laborer Crushed to
Death Between Oars
Jack Unohan, laborer living at Seven
teenth and Lako Btrrets, was crushed to
death at 2S;1G p. in. yesterday bo
tween two box cars at the Missouri Pa
cific tracks, Fifteenth and Plnkuey
streets. Llnehan won worklnr In the
yardi nnd attempted to crawl betwoen
two oars when thy cumo together. His
body wtiH takon In charge by Coroner
wholesome fluid which covers every
mucous membrane In the body. The ca
tarrhal discharge Is a deranged sort of
mucus that Is Irritating and very un
wholesome. Kuch a discharge not only
further Irritates tho mucous membranes,
sometimes completely destroying them,
but the discharge la a weakening drain
on the system; Precious blood serum Is
lost In this way.
This condition of affairs Is liable to
happen In tho stomach, in the bowels,
and any other Internal organ. As said
before, It most frequently occurs In the
nose and throat.
.Sometimes a little relief can be ob
tained by the use of looal applications,
especially when the catarrh Is confined
to the nose and throat. Dut catarrh can
not be successfully treated by local ap
plications. The only remedies that are
effective nre Internal remedies.
To devise a remedy for catarrh that
couH be taken safoly and effectively for
catarrh wherever It happened to be lo
cated In the body, to devise such a rem
edy has been the ambition and study of
I think 1 have obtained such a remedy
lu Poruna. I regard Peruna as an ef
fective and a safe catarrh remedy. I
have never recommended It for any other
disease than catarrh. The notion that
prevails that I regard Peruna as a cure
all Is entirely erroneous. Catarrh Is
liable to affect so many organs for which
I have recommended Peruna that It has
given rise to the impression that I reo
ommend Peruna for different diseases. I
recommed Peruna only for catarrh. Dut
I do Insist that It Is a remedy not only
for catarrh of tho noso and throat, but
for catarrh of tho stomach and lungs,
larynx, liver and other Internal organs.
The. kidneys are especially liable to ca
tarrh If the catarrh goes on unchecked
In the kidneys It leads to organic dis
ease, sometimes called Drlght's disease.
I wish to make It plain that Peruna. is
not a cure-all; that I have never recom
mended it as a cure-all; that I have al
ways InsUted that It was a remedy for
catarrh and for catarrh only. I hope I
have mude this plain.
If caturrh affects tha stomach, Peruna
Is tho remody
j If catarrh affects the kidneys, Peruna
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OMAHA STATEBANK OPENED
New Institution Stnrts with Best
Wishes of Competitors.
COUNTING ROOMS DECORATED
Official of tlm llnnk Sp.Mirf Most of
nr Ktaovrlnir VUlton Thronscli
the I'lncp nml Amner
Tho State Hank of Omaha. Is open for
business In tho building erected at Sev
enteenth nnd Harnoy streets. Tho mag
nificent building was erected by Oscar
Keollnn nnd woji named for tho bank
Tho counting rooms of the new banking
Institution wero decorated with flowers,
may of which wcio sent with tho compli
ments of other banks and business In
stitutions. Tho counters and wainscoting of tho
room aro all of marble. Tho wainscoting
Is entirely of the striped Italian marble,
whllo tho bono board, tho customers'
desks In tho lobby and the teller's tables
nro of black ISgyptlun marble. Tho con
trast provides a pleasing effect.
Tho bank has been doing u.oine busluofa
for tho. lout ten days, but becauso somo
of tho finishing work of tho building
was not quite completed tha formal open
ing waH delayed until now.
Officials of the bunk spent their time
Saturday showing visitors through tin
bank and answering questions.
Fremont's Flag is
Presented to Los
I.OS ANGWIiKS, Cr1 Nov. IS.-'TIi
flag that General John C. Fremont raised
on tho crcBt of tho Ilocky mountains
August l(i, 1R42, was unfurled In Los An
geles today by tho famous "pathfinder's"
daughter, Miss Elizabeth Denton Fre
mont, as a part of tho program attend
ing the ground breaking for tho South
west musoum. Miss Fremont, who
passed her seventieth birthday yesterday
nt her homo here, has presented the flag
to the musoum. .
Perflstent Advertising Is tho Itoad to
la the remedy,
It catarrh affects tho colon, tho Intes
tines, or tho lungs, Peruna Is tho romedy.
Not because Peruna Is a remedy for
many diseases, but because catarrh can
locato itself In these various organs and
disturb their functions,
fcomotlmcs catarrh Is associated with
constipation. Other times a catarrhal
subject may e troubled with constipa
tion. In some Instances there ts a loose
ness of tho bowels.
People beginning tho use of Peruna for
chronic catarrh, wherever located, will
usually get valuable advice by writing'
mo, giving me a statement of the case
I do not think. It will bo necessary for
mo in this article to describe catarrh of
tho various organs of the body It U
sufficient for me to say In a general a
that any organ Is subject to catarrh, In -cause
these, organs are lined by a in i
oous membrane. When onco catarrh ul
tacks an organ It deranges tho funct or
of that organ more or less.
If catarrh attacks the ttoinach dy ni
via Is tho result.
If It attacks the larynx and bronchia
tubes, bronchitis and laryngitis will re
sult. If It attacks the lungs, cough an I
symptoms that resemble consumption
If catarrh attacks the kidneys dl
turbanoe of the urinary- organs Is cer
tain. Catarrh of tho bladder Is a vcrv
common fprm of catarrh, It produces
distressing symptoms. A large propoi
tlon of men past middle life havo tins
form of catarrh, more or less.
I not only devised a remedy to me t
these cases, but I have at my commauJ
a corps of assistants and helpers whir i
enables mo to como Into personal toueii
with thousands of people suffering from
catarrh, and assist them l.n the treat
ment of their case, .
Pe-ru-na, Man-a-Un and La-td-p. i
manufactured by the Pe-ru-na Compam.
Columbus, Ohio. Sold at all drug store
SPECXAI, NOTICE I Many persons I i
quire for The "Old-Time Peruna T'u
want the Peruna that their Fathers in, I
Mothers used to tako. The old Peruna
Is now called Katarno. If your deul t
does not keep It for sale write the K
tar-no Company, Columbus. Ohio, ai d
they will tell you all about It. -Adver-