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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 19J2.
FIRS ARE THE RICHEST CHRISTMAS GIFT
M. rr i cx Ti uu fr E-.
AnniQ rtf Dfrntf wholesale furrier to the trade
JnniS Of Ueiroil recognzes the importance of
Miss Morse Sues to
Becover Shares in
IfaWTOIUC Do. B.-ult In behnK of
IV sister of Cbarle W, Morse, the former
h&nfcer. was filed today against th Haw
York, New Haven A Hart for A lull road
Ttis action iw. Instituted br Mis Jen
nie, Horse In the court of thanoery aa a
stockholder of th Metropolitan Bteain
ship company. She. as the holder of 197
shares of stock, allego that the Metro
politan company was ro illegally manipu
lated that It came Into the control of the
New Tork, New lUven ft. Hartford rail
road and thereby gav to that corpora
tion a complete monopoly of the passen
ger and freight traffic, water lines be
tween New Tori: and Boston. Miss Morse ,
requests the court to have the transac
tions annulled and thn steamers Tale and
Harvard, sold to a Pacific coast llnu, re
turned to the Metropolitan Steamship
Tho Morse bill of complaint also makei
the Pacific Navigation company a co
defendant. It Is alleged that the Putiflo
Navigation company obtained the Yale
and. Harvard thrbOgh
a transaction un-i
fair (o tho stockholder of tho flnn which
disposed of the vasal.
SllERMAN ACT MAKING GOOD
((nl!nurarrom Pare One )
tnodltlen must be In the course of Inter
state transportation to Justify selsure,
The voluntary dissolution ot the Na
tional racking company, following the
acquittal at Chicago of the beef packers
of criminal violation of the Sherman law,
ha accomplished, In the belief of thu at
torney general, "a substantial restoration
of competitive conditions In a very large
industry which have not for a long time
Court of t'omiucrre Delendei,
Objections to the commerce court In
the Judgment of Mr. Wlckentlmm, would
be met by legislation requiring the In-1
ttrstate Commerce commission to stats !
In its report, as a basis for It order, I
tho findings of fact and the reasons on'
which the order 1 baeed; providing thatl
all finding of fact and conclusions of I
policy appearing In the report shall be
final and. conclusive; nnd limiting court
review exclusively to nutation of law
arista upon the rammlsalon's report
As a result of the decision of the su
preme court holding that the commerce
court has no pawtr to review so-oalled
ii innufn nnnhAotAr fliitonn
1 have used your preparation Buamp
Root with great success, and for kidney
and bladder trouble I have never found
anything to equal It, I have recom
mended It to a great many people and
have never been disappointed as to re
sults obtained from lis use.' I feel it my
duty to write you this as it may be the
means of persuading other to give this
grand remedy a trial.
Or Kilmer Swamp-Itoot aved me
from It right's Disease and Dropsy in
1M4. after the doctors said 1 could nut
Tours very truly.
A. J. UHOWN.
Pembroke Ht. Rochester. N T. 1
Stale of .New Tork ,
I ounty of Monroe i
PysVnally appeared 'bfore ?, this
Slat day ot August, 111. A. J. Drown,
who subscribed th above statement and
made Oath that the same is 'true In imb
alance and lu fact.
Br. Xllsaer si Co.,
Btugkamton, ST, V.
Pwt Wkt Swiaf-Rcet Will D) or Too
titaA la. Sr. Xllmtr & Co.. Bingham
ton. N. T, fpr a sample bottle, "it will
convince anyone. You will also reoelve
a booklet of Valuable Information, tailing
all about the kidneys and bladder. When
writing be sure and mention th Omaha
Dally Uee. 1 tegular flftr-cent and one
dollar site bottles for sale at all drug
Saturday We Hold a Fur
this event and has a
We've sold Annis Furs extensively for
years, but nover lias it. been our pleasure to show such a wealth
of Annis' very best pieces.
Mr. Sullivan is here Friday and Saturday
attending this Benson & Thorne Christmas ' Sale of Furs.
Mr Sullivan tells interestingly every step
from jungle to the finished furs. You are cordially invited
to meet him; yon will enjoy the Fur Show to Bay the least.
Exquisite Furs of Moderate Cost
as well as
Furs That Are Rare and Costly
Our guarantee and very reasonable prices make this a safe and
Profitable house for lovers of fine furS
THe 7DUN6 PEOPLES
"Ilegatlve' older of the Interstate Oom-
meree commission, the attorney general
r.(nmm.nrf. itiat th law lu, atnenH mn t
that the commerce court will have Jur-'
Isdlctlon to re1ew all errors of law in j
respect to order of the commission (
which deny relief td shippers or other,
Just us the court now ha power to re-1
view orders granting relief. The prac
tical result of the present situation, he
udds. Is that relief against errors of law.
by the commission Is limited to the rail-
roads and denied to the snippers.
In connection with the ult against "ying, ni a second woman, who wan
the Lehigh Valley ltallroad 'xmipany . JeaUtered as Mm. Tork, appeared In no
under the commodities clauwe of the In- r !' to account for the death,
terstale Commerce act. lew..M of Its The three persons registered together
alleged ownership and transposition of ! t the hotel Monday night and had not
the coal of the Lehigh VaJUy t'oul com- J left their rooms. Today when the rooms
puny, the attorney general says tlmt the 'were opened Mrs. Tork appeared not to
organization by the railroad company of I know that Miss Turner was dead, al
the Lehigh Vftllfcy Coal tviles company thnugh the indications were that sho hud
vll be submitted to the court soon tii de- j died at least fory-elght hours before,
t ermine whether the situation now salli- j Coroner Swope of Ashland, who began
" demands of the law as inter-I
prated Ijy the supremo court
"The situation Is," he continues, "that
coal which Is shipped over the Iehlgh
Valley ruilroad U mined by the IhlgW ;
Valley Coal company, all of whose stock j K,wnnl Uullet of Huntington. V. Va
I owned, by the railroad company, and rtu-ntly divorced. Hhe has, been taken
Is sold at the breukern to the In-hlgh j jto mttody to await further lnvestlga
Valley Coal Sales company, all of wliosc ( ,0 ,y te coroner,
stock has beuii originally Isueit to ami 0w Ufnty of the trugedy Is -that It
u u... ....... i (
. i-ui.i, . . v' I
which comjiiiny nas sejiaraiou orricen-i
fi'iitu ilin mil
road company,. and separate;
by the stocUholders "Hlhut tKsrdoYJPlQejljOIeiStOOKS AYQ
their iwmtlnuml lvoldlmr. of stmk in thfl
railroad, cuiuimny. Ky. this arrangement
l both the railroad company and the .coal
companies seem ii have parted In good
faith with title to thu oonl before trans
portation begins It Is clMlmi'il, therefore,
such transportation Is frue from the pro
hibition of Him commodities clauso aa
construed by the supreme court."
The attorney general announces his In
tention ot soon flllnk suits In equity
against tho Houthern Vaclflo Itailroad
company and others for the recovery of ,
vnt areas of iiro1eum bearing lands In
CiilUomla said to be worth more than
&u0,aO.CH The legislation under which
th itAtent were granted to the rail
road otinprtny he says excepted mineral
lauds othur than Iron or coal lands. The'
railroad company contends, according to,
the attorney general, that the exceptions
In the patent are void.
To Investigate and preserve the rights
of the government to the source of
water supply for the stupendous recla-
luetlon projects constructed or In con-!
templatlon, Mr. Wlckershum strongly
icconimends an appropriation to employ ,
an adequate force of lawyers. Pointing;
out that Innumerable olalms Inevitably
ltl be lodged aaaltut the government.
conteamK H right ti selected water
sources, he suys the welfare of the cltl-
;r7.:r" rr..r" h
the success of these enterprises and the
honor of tho yuvcrnmint demand Imme-
The Department of Justice, inoludlna
the offices ot the attorney general and
! all the United states attorneys, has been
! on a paying lm.il during President
Tnfls t'erm of office
according to fig'
ures submitted In the report, a surplus
of ueariy IPMW.drt over expenaes having
been turned Into the federal treasury.
i 1'or the lfr yeat ended June 80 last,
! tin dtpaUment collected flt.SlXWO
through suits and compromise nnJ ex
pended l'.7W.65. The collections for the
preceding four years amounted to VVC9T,
443 and expenses KSM.T3S. In addition,
the government reoovtred during 'th
past four years 1.633,114 acres of public
Course in Foot Ball
Starts in Wisconsin
MADISON. Wis.. Dec. A course 111
foot ball was instituted at the University
of Wisconsin yesterday. Coach William
, Juneau delivering the initial lecture. Ill
I lit planned n ha'e two lectures a week
until the end of the first semester. The
course will embrac a history of the
game and how' lo play It successfully,
i'oach Juneau I firm In the belief that
the benefit nt th course will mani
fested next rail
when the call for var-
Uy candidates I Issued.
EJECTED FROM BALL PARK.
ASKS FIVE THOUSAND
MOHTON. Dec. (.-Claiming that h was
Illegally and unjustly deprived ot his aeat
at the world' serle base ball game In
Boston on October IS, Kdward F. Smith
of Worcester ha brought suit tor 95.000
against the Iioston American' league base
ball club. Smith claims he purchased a
ticket at the gat and went tn his seat,
lister he claims he was forced from his
seat and taken to a detention room on
th grounds, where he was kept an hour
and a half and then turned out and re
fud permission to see the game,
vvvn aiunc . - v
lQ J ortl Tl.,. J
I D0U..V OT 1X111 JL 0UUQ.
in Hotel, Man Dying,
Other Woman Held
i CATTIiETSUUnO. Ky.. Deo, S.-The
! body of Miss Minnie Turner was found
In a room In a hotel here today when
tha owner pf the hotel forced tho door.
Jm torn or Huntington. W. va wm
an Investigation at once, believes death
wus caused by poison.
Mrs. York ts being
isiered as Mrs. York Is said to be Mrs.
wa a triangular suicide .pact, whjje nn-
other U. that Jealouey whii at theibnttom
r-ih1aYfflU ' v '
lowest for Weeks;
Market is Feverish
SKW YOllK, Dec. 5,-Ileav.v nelllng ot
stocks ,t n at midday today, sendlnc
the general aver re of prices to the low
est level In many weeks and In some
Instances the lowest of the year. The
tone of tliH market was more feverish
than at any time since last Monday, when
the united States supreme court decision
In the Haxrlmaii merger case awakened
the market from its long apathy. The ;
decision developed a general fesllng nt I
pessimism In financial circle. v
The center of today's weakness was.
fnlted State Weel. which sold under To I
, heforo nooh on extensive offering. The
iarrlman Issue and other standard vail-
va share showed aouto weakness, while
I various specialties declined abruptly.
It was reported that local banks and
trust companies were-again calling loam j
but a canvas of financial Instltutloiii I
failed to confirm this rumor. It was ac i
knowledged, however, that banks are,
snoring more uiwiihwikiuu in mu .
cepUnoe of Industrial stocks as oollat
eial for loans,
TiiC JIMOND, Va., Dee. B.-Oovernor
Tusker L. Oddle of Nevada, lu a dlcn
,ion over uniform divorce laws at th
J governors' conference today, contended
that Nevada In the great majority or
Instance had performed a a'gnal dutv lu
behalf of human happiness and public
mural by making divorce easily obtain
able. He Insisted that divorces granted
by the Nevsda ooutU formed but a
negligible part of the divorces granted
by the country as a whole. An over-
'whelming proportion of the Nevada
'divorce oniony at Itenoj he said, came
uroni anuut (our or live aiikjiwo musi
states, "the divorce laws of whieh at
of considerable antiquity and corres
ponding harelineai" Ooverner Hawley
of Idaho also tpoke or t'le same subject.
A discussion an a tatr Income tax In
which 'lovein6r tcOorti of Wisconsin,
and former Governor WllUon of Kentucky
read papers took place also,
FOR CHICAGO WORLD
CHICAGO. Pa-c (.Judge Landla lu the
j l'nd States district court today ap-
1 pointed a recolter for tile i n iauy
i World, formerly the ofi'lola'l otn of the
ociaUst part '-n this cltl, which sus
pended publication yesterday-liecause of
EI7.KUA ft'isnn in ioto :u IIAV.1
The Parte Medicine Co., KJ4 Pine street '
tlve Promo Quinine, have a new and won
Cerful lltoo.tr- OHOVWA 8A-NAUB
CIT1S. which they guarantee to cur
any rase nf ECZEMA. -no matter ot how
long ataudlnK. in 19 to H day, and will
refund money It It fall UROVK'fi SA
NAPE ClTJ8 is perfectly clean and does
not atatn. If your drygglst basn t It
send us ("c In postage stamps and It will
be seat by malle-Advertlsement
TYPHOID AS MD AS PLAGUE
Campaign of Education Urged by
Public Health. Physioian.
ADDRESSES INSURANCE HEADS
! Ir Mr l.aualiln Arr( livery Cif
i of II en ill)- IVfr ('nird lr
, Momrhuilr'a I a no ranee or
J NEW YOllK. Dec. 5,-On hundred and
( seventy-five thousand rases of tvpholil
fever annually In t tilt country could be
prevented by n campaign of education,
with nn annual Having of 16,390 Itvjt. In
the opinion of Dr. Allan J. Mclaugh'ln
of the lTn(td ritate public health serv
ice, voiced today In nn address befot
the alxth Hnnual convention of the As
jsoctatlon of life Insurance Presidents In
Xi'W York. Dr. .Mclaugplln declared
That the economic lonn caused by ty
phoid fever In till country In $100,WU)X
That In fifty of the largest American
cities the typhoid fever death rate aver
aged twenty-five perrons per 100,00) pop
ulation, as nnlnst fl.fi persons per 100,rw
population for thli ty-three leading rltlet
of 'orthern Europe.
That In 1S09 thern were more cases of
typhoid fever in the United Htale than
there were case of plague In India.
That every case of typhoid fever wan
due to somebody' Ignorance or careless
ness, In part Dr. McLaughlin said:
"Ttventy deaths per 100,000 probably
represent 300 cotes of typhoid fever. Sup
pose 2r) case of Asiatic cholera occurred
In any American city of loo.ooo popula-
(tlon Would not stienuous nrtlvlty be
(displayed for the eradication of th
j scourge" Although the mortality rate of
I typhoid fever Is lower tban that of chol
era, yet typhoid fever la transmissible In
mora way. Is more expensive In Its lln-'
gerlng course, and more disastrous in
its sequels tlmn Asiatic oholera.
Trpliortil 'loo I.lttle Kenreil.
"The mental attitude toward "typhoid
fever displayed by many physicians and'
specially health officer Is scarcely
more commendabla. Their complacency
In the, faoc of typhoid fever rates above
twenty deaths annually per. 109,000. papu
lation. Is difficult to explain. If the
rate Is below twenty, many municipal
official are Inclined to be satisfied with,
this rate, ns It Is low rnmpared with less
Dr. Mclaughlin then compared tho ty
phoid fever death rate of fifteen large
northern Uunipeun cities with fifteen of
the largest American cities In 1910 aa fol
lows: Hurppean cities: Edinburgh, 1.3
per 100,000; Munich. 1.4; Btockholm. l.S;
Dresden, 3.1; Antwerp, 2.3: Uorlln, i9j
London, S.S; Copenhagen, 3.G; Vienna. 3.S:
Liverpool, 3.S; Belfast, 3.9; nirmlnghiun.
iiamcurg, 4.1; Lyons, 4.4: Paris, 3.C.
American cities: Cincinnati, 8.8 per.100.ono:
Boston. 11,3; Jersey City, ll.fi; New York,
11.3; Newark. 1X1: Chicago, 1S.7: St.
Louis, 14.9: Philadelphia. 17.5: Cleveland.
11.9; Buffalo, 30.0: Detroit. 23.0; Washing
ton. 13.2; Pittsburgh, 27.8; Milwaukee,
.; Minneapolis, r.S.7.
"In 3fK."J thnre were more cases of ty
pnom rever In tho T'nlted States than
thero were .cases, of plague In India. In
suite of tho fact that -India's population
isjtwo and one-half Umaa, 'thai of tho
thrfre ?AirreHln IHAMb. 2S3.6S4 oases of
Afaatltf cholera. Tills InclUueil tfiu ap,
palling epldemtis of lain, According to'
a jc:onservatlVH rstlnmtc, ther. occurred
Irn lthe . United States dUrlng the sailio
period 1,2m,W cases of. typhoid fever, or
more than four cases of typ1u)d fever
In the United Btntes for every case of
cholera In Itussla.
"No single liieasiire in reducing typliblrl
fever on it huge scale approaches the
effect of substituting a1 sare for a pol
luted -water supply Kyery case of ty
phoid fever Is duo to somebody's Ignor-
Uncle Sam is particular on what
he puts his seal of approval.
His little green stamp crowns
every bottle of '
at v- -r
Bottled In Bond
because it measures up.to his high
Standard of Purity. You will find
it a "royal good whiskey." Not
nly in purity, but in quality
and fine flavor, it is everywhere
The Best Rye in the Field
ance or carelessness. Now. In regard ti
carelessness Or criminal negligence. th
punishment should fit the crime, but for
Ignorance the remedy in not punishment
but education. It Is pteclsely ; In this
matter of education -that your associa
tion can achieve the greatest good. Th
educational campaign must be directed
against improper disposal of sewage, Im
pure milk supplies, flies, uncontrolled
cases of typhoid, filthy personal hsbiis
of Individuals, and, above all. against
contaminated public water supplies."
HMHIKT lIJM't'F.S Si PKIIVIMIM.N
I'ndersiandltiaY Animi Htnte IllRhly
Uealrabl. Asserts ."penlier.
. Point Out fferlnna t)nr-
NT5W TORK. Dec. 6. A tacltunder
standing among the atntes that each wilt
give Its own life insurance companies
such thorough, and proper supervision a
to make It unnecessary for other statea
lo concern themselves greatly over those
companies is highly desirable and would
aUevlato hardships now borne by some
o? the larger companies. So declared
William T. Emmet, superintendent of In
surance of New' Tork, In an address to
day before the convention of the Ajfsocl
ntlon of Life Insurance President In New
York. Mr. Kmmet said in part;
How shall we In the field of su
pervision so arrange matters that com
panies which do business In more than
on state shall not suffer becaut somo
Insurance superintendent asumes an In
tolerant attitude toward all -other laws
nnd methods than his own, and thus In
vites retaliation against his home com
panies at the hands of other states In
which theae' companies are doing busi
ness? The frequency with whloh trou-
ble of this kind seems to threaten, even
If It does nor actually always ungtilf
us. rViakes mo nt time -wish from the
bottom ot my heart that we could have
a system of national insurance u-
pervlslon in the- fnlted States. One can
not help feeling that tho existing syste
of supervision by states haa been largely
outgrown. Apparently, however, we can
not have a system ol national supervision
except by amending the constitution of
the I'nlted States. For the present, at
any rate, we must do the beet we can
with the old machinery.
"Under these circumstance-, It seems
to me that we In the different state 1 ex
periments stand; tinder a very solemn oh
ligation, to try to meet the present dif
ficulties growing out of supervision by
states rather than by the nation, by mak
ing th e largest possible concessions,
whenever any trying situation arisen, to
the Idea ot reciprocity and comity be
tween tho states.
"The national convention of Insurance
commissioners Is doing a. great work In,
standardising Insurance legislation and
methods ot supervision, and In promot
ing a good feeling between the depart
ments in the different states. But not
oven that beneflctent Institution can re
llevo tho situation Very much when a.
State department. In its dealings with
companies of other stats, maintains too
priggish and Pharisaical an attitude In
repepct to the superiority or its own laws
and departmental methods over those of
till the rest of the sisterhood.
"Personally I don't for a moment think
that our New York insurance law, admir
able as many of Its provisions are. Is the
last and only authentic work or wisdom'
which will be spoken on tha subject.
Jnjn, quite ready to give tho fullest 6redl
" .mill, .mo wisuom ami tli3
erflclency of other Insurance departments
In their dfollnu.i with companies within
their Jurisdiction. " vt
"The tacit understanding between thb'
Btates should be. 1 think, that each state
will, under the apur of constant watch
fulness from all other states, give Its
own companies such thorough ana proper
supervision aa practically to make It nn
necessary for other state, departments to
concern htemselves greatly over these
companies. If this rule of conduct Is
generally observed, I think that one very
real cousa of trouble to tho largcf com- J
panles, growing out of our system of In
surance supervision by states, will be
JIUnitHIIC FOII HI. UAL CHKDIT
Ambassador to Prance Trlla of Meth
od nt Forrlar nCounlrlea.
NRW YOUK. Dec. S.-The adaption of
a plan for financing rural credits In this
country, faahloned somewhat after those
in force abroad, and the creation of a
life Insurance plan to cover Indebtedness
In the vent of the borrower's death, were
advocated by Myron T. Herrtck. United
btates ambassador to France, In an ad
dross today before the Association of
Life Insurance Presidents In New Tork
In ronventlon here.
This subject of agricultural credit."
-Mr. llrrlqk said, "while of great mag
nitude, Is really after all not Intricate
The operation of the, Credit Fonder, the
lJindechaften, thu Ralffelsen. and hun-
drrds of kindred Institutions for land and
personal credit, so eminently successful
and beneficial in their results In Europn, i
can be very easily explained. It 1 aim-1
ply an application of tho story of tlw
bundle ot sticks tied together singlr. I
easily broken; together, able to with
stand any pressure.
"Every year tho farmer i spending
something like tZTiO.OOO.OOO more for in
terest than would be the case If he wer
nbln to enjoy the benefits of this sys
tem. Tha sum which he expends in
Interest should be applied to the devel
opment of the country. It has been es-;
Umatcd by good authority that he needs
immediately for legitimate development
the soil more than two billon dollars.
'Tha wholo question which Is now be
ing agitated is the creMlon of a 'set-up'
--a financial plan adapted, from Euro
pean systems which wlfrflnance our land
at low ratus of Interest for long time,
and accompanying that u system where
by, the personal credit of the farmer, by
an arrangement similar to the Ralf-
felsen system In Germany, may also be
mobilised and put on a sound baats.
"It only needs the application of the
alert minds of the Americans to work
out and adapt these systems for th
psychological moment has arrived when
it Is necessary for it to be done.
There aro large accumulations of cap
ital which are now restricted to local
communities for Investment? being per
mitted to be applied only to municipal
bonds and securities of that class, asldo
from local loans. When this security la
created and put Into the same category,
this vast capital will then be unlocked
for this Investment.
"Iq. the creation of rural securities, I
have considered with cspeclnl Interest
the embodiment of a life Insurance plan.
It would undoubtedly beof great value
to havo the debenture, or security, ac
companied by such a policy, which would
ensure the liquidation of the Indebtneso
In case of the death ot the borrower.
Furthermore, It would give the rural
community, which is almost a virgin
field for life insurance, nn understand
ing of tho value of life Insurance."
HIGH TONE BOY THIEVES
GET LIGHT SENTENCES
MITCHELL. S. D., Deo. 6.-(apecial
Telegram.) In circuit court this after
noon the six young- men connected with
the robbery of Boeder's clothing house
phanged their pleas of not guilty to
guilty, and the court at onoe Impoeed
sentence on each", Alerio Bras was given
a fine ot J100 lor. receiving- stolen goods
as was C J, Murphy. Phil Medley was
fined J1C0 and given thirty days In the
county Jail. Abe IfoollsH, Vnrne Wood
man and Mllo Asplnwell were each sen
tenced to sli months In tho penitentiary.
The young fellows all belong to goo4
families and. were popular In soclat
circles. The four latter were employed,
at different times in the Becker olothlns
store and took advantage of t,lilr pres
ence to get away with a large quantity
of goods, which they shipped to St.- Paul'.
The thieving bad been going on for a
period ot nearly two years.
fi..f That ZEMO
r FMlt ClOJ, WI'
Fe Prickly Heat, Pimple, Blotch,
llacihtacU, XcNa and Dandruff,
ZEMO I it XewWoader.
At last, a rmedy for aWn tortures
that make everybody wnlls - and say.
"Hoo-ray. I've found It at last!" 2KMO
is rsally extraordinary, as any man or
jromaa. can prove Immediately at a coil
of only al few cents. If you have jbrlck
ly heat, eczema. Irritated or Inflamed,
akin, blotches, clmrjlea or blackheads.
you will marvel at thoyresulta of ZBMO
alter a xewvappucatione.
Tou can't realize It until you have.
nsed It. Get a X-cont bottle first, to prove ,
to yourself conclusively that you never
beard ot or bought anything like It in all'
ZEMO Blves instant relief, pain dis
appears, sores and rashes leave you.i
"when you apply ZEMO, it sinks right'
In and disappears. Then, behold, your
akin trouble vanish I A few appltca-'
tlons ot ZEMO will stop dandruff. t
ZEMO Is absolutely safe. It will)
make your skin feel aa balmy as a,
June morning-. Try it after ihavincl
It gives tne skin a treat.
ZEMO Is sold In 25-cent and tl bot-'
ties, or Bent direct, on receipt. ot rrlr.B,
by E. W. Rose Medicine Ccs, St. Loulr,'
Mo. Try a 2-cnt bottle and -when,
convinced, Bet a $1 bottle which con
tains six times as much as the 25-cent.
7.nmo Is sold and guaranteed by drug
gists everywhere and In Omaha by Sher
man A McConnell Drug Co.; Cor. l$th and
Dodge Sts ISth and Harney Harney Sts
24th and Farnam St., Loyal Pharmacy.
W7- North Hth at ,
Darken the Hair
A feeling ot sadness accompanies t
discovery of the first gray lislra lilvli
unfortunately are looked upcn aa lir.ratils
of advancing age. Gray hair, however
handaomo it may be, makes a perscn
look old. We all know the advantnses
of being young. Aside from tho Koed
impression a youthful uppcarauQB iuuUl'i
on others, simply knowing that you ura
looking fit" gives one courage to under
take and accomplish things. So why oiit
f?r vi e' handicap of looking old on ac
count of gTay hairs, when a bimple rem
edy will give your hair ybuthtttl Color
and beauty In a few days' time
Most people know that common Harden
sage 'acts as a color restorer alitl scalp
tonto as well. Our grandmothers used a
'.o,. rr.0.. ,., V.nl .1,..!,.
.VU -u. ..wuy.a.B ...V... ...... Mil,
soft and luxuriant. In Vv'yeth's .Wage nnd
Sulphur- Hair Itemedy wo have, an Ideal
preparation of Sage, combined wfth Sul
phur and other vegetable remedies for
dandruff. Itching scalp and thin, weak
hair that la split at the ends or constant
ly coming out. A few applications of this
valuable remedy will bring back the colon ,
and in a short time It will remove every'
trace of dandruff and greatly Improve
the growth and appearance of the hair.
Get a fifty cent bottle from your drug,
gist today, and notice the difference in
your hair after a few days' treatment.
I All druggists sell It, under guarantee that
the money will be refunded if the remedy
It, not exaotly aa represented.
Agents, Sherman & McConnell Drug
I Co.. 102 So. lSth-KJ4 Bo. 16th-207 N. 16tli
and 24th and Farnam Sts. Advertise-,
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