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r, Every-day Dyspepsia , my article I Sunday t ' BRIEF CITY NEWS AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA la .!t nilt the state ment that thele Bte a great man cast of catarrh of t li stomach Stack-raloonsr Co., Undertakers. Bursa' Celebration Jamiaiy Hare Boot rrlnt It Now Beacon Press. . Lighting- natures, Burfftf Oranden Co. New Administration Charter Bill to Be Introduced. fe. B. BAUTMAK IT. TV the stomach great inntv uei". onstlpatlon ai-c caused by cata.-rli or the tomach. A greivt many cases tliat come rider the. general term of blllousns are fatarrh of the stomach , ThuitMinds or TcUtmmlnlK. As stated In m nn .1 . , 3ve.ro Is no class of coses i'.hI me nore. frequently or mdre ciitlit:;lflstlca.tly i to tho benefits received from Pe-:u-na :han this very class. I feel safJ In tay ng that a greatur number of people liave ecovered from catanh of the stench jy toklng Pe-rti-iia than any other lcm dy In the world. ThH may be p.iitlr duo o the fact that ntitu people know nbout ?o-ru-na thnji any other remedy, but It alpo due to tho fact that IV- excellent rcmr.ly for such nauty the Dsntlst, City Mat I. u- that are not rec- j classes now forming. Douglas 1S71. ognlzed as such , . . t tuu vnn Blurt a ortu the Nebraska Ravines and toan Ass". ' with HO) or more. 160G Kaniam atreet. The Stat Bank ot Omaha, pays 4 per 1 ceht on time deposits, 3 per cent on aav 1 lut accountM. The only bank In Omaha whoso doposltora axe protected by the depositors' gtiaranteo fund of the state of Nebtaska. 17th and Harney streota. Announcement to the Public The safe ;. .-IT vf ... 1 :iKht icinpany, locaUd Kt H.o Awaui stieetr-is now being eoid AIMED AT ANNEXATION I want to nn P h a s I a r that itatetnent Near, ly everj case of so-called dyspep sia Is In reality catarrh of the stomach. great m an? Me.., of :-o-calI"J .' llnckrrR lihr llnl (tint l.re 11111 Wilt ot Hp UrMiKiilril When l'resent l.rRlaInt nrr Crls Thrntiuti vfllh It. After a session behind doors olocd and locked In the office of the city clerk the council yeeterdnv evening let the eat out ! of the bag and coyly admitted that ther- j would be presented to the legislature, an other annexation Mil besides the one to be Introduced by State Kepresentatlvo I Michael I.ce. The administration annex- at g.-e.u ..icrlflces In prices. Anyone in ; "- . " imuevMoou. is uie worn need of -ife or vault doors please take!"' Hoctor's charter committee. nlthouRh ad . a. .ur.' of this opportunity. Continul-ig ' '"' authenticity ot It Is not acknowl .., .!, . i,i n.n m i.i stand. J. J. I edged by anyone as yeC It was prepared s certainly ru-na Is an tascs. Write to Dr. Hnrtiiian. Wherever it seems to fi'.l n ltter call' Ing uiy attention to the matter is gen erally sufficient for me to be able to set It right even though I'e-ru-na bo tnken, the patient may be Imprudent In his diet pr' habits and thus defeat the reined-. But under culinary, reanonable clrcum ktanoes Pe-ru-na may confidently bo ex pected .to render exactly the assistance fchat Nature needH In the?e t ajes. Pc-ru-nn. Ian-a-lln and La-cu-pia, hianufnctured by tho Pe-ru-naCompany, Columbus. Ohio. Sold at all drug stores. ASK YOUR DRUG GIST FOR FREE PE RUNA ALMANAC FOR 113. rei iii t t'oinpany.--Advertisement. ' JCichaelaen to St-'toula City l'.lcc l.Iiiiin Mtchaclsen will go to St. Isolds to attend . convention ot electrical men Jnni'aiy 2. i"9 aud 30. Howell aoea to Washington United States Attorney V. S. Howell has gono to Washington. D. C. to appear before the I'nltcd Stutes supreme court. Mrs. Page Wants Divorce Susie L. Page has sued Chester W. Page, a painter, for divorce, charging cruelty. She wants her maiden name, dlnsspole. Br. Vision to Speak Here Dr. V. M. Slssop'of Kremont, former pastor of the llansconi I'ark chureh, will deliver his famous lecture. "Plus," at tho lllrst Me morial Methodist Uplscopal church, Thirty-fourth and Larimorc avenue, Friday night. Harden Bros. Buyers Qo Bast Will lam Nash, manager Jot the domestic de partment at llayden ros.; T. V. IMynn. manager of the dress goods deimrtment, and Pat Johnson, manager of the laco department, huvo gono to New York to secure some early spring goods for their departments. DilNK HABIT 1 RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT ! Tho OimiNE treatment for the Drink Ilablt can bo used with absolute confl flence. Jt destroys all desire for whiskey, beer or other alcoholic stlpiulanls. Thou sands have, successfully used It and have tiecn restored to lives of gobrltty and use- illness. Can bo glvc-n secretly. Costs nly $1.00 per box. If you fall to t esult from OHKINI3 after a trial, yo-ir noney will be refunded. Aslc for tree ooklet telling all about OftnlNB. , Sherman & McConnell Drug Co., Pith land Dodge, 207-09 No. lBth, 2Uh and Kar iam, Owl Drug Co.. 16th and Harney. A SweS Affah WW- Cellmate of Diggs Nolen is Held to . the Federal Jury Alfred Gallahue. who was a cellmate of Diggs Nolen In tho county Jail and who Is alleged to have aided Nolen In his attempt to escape from tl.at Insti tution, was bound over to tho federal grand Jury under bonds of $1,WX) by United States Commissioner Daniel. dallahuo was charged with conspiracy to rescue or set at liberty a federal pris oner, llntry Seaman, another prisoner In the county Jail, was the only witness. He told of tho plan worked out In his presence, whereby Gal'ahue, upon his re Ir.Hhe from Jail, was to tie a package of saws and other articles on a string which would be dropped from a window In the toji floor of the Jail by a triiBty. Seaman said ho did not see Gallahue tie the package oil tho string" after he was dis charged from tht Jail, but ho did sea tho package after Nolen had secured It. George Iteddy, who was charged with conspiracy also, was discharged, the.ro being no evidence showing that he was U any way connected jvlth the deal. Toothache Gum STOPS TOOTHACHE Instantly Hm Wen terfecttifctioi for 25 JUC All dros torcm or by intil, lie C. a. DrnT & Co . DrrnoiT. mich. John Dale to Be a "Boy" at Sons' Dinner John Dale, Sfi years old, has been sent a special Invitation by tho Commercial club to attend tho boys' dinner to. bo gien the evening ot January 31. The special invitation was sent when Mr. Dale asked tho age limit on boys and I declared that he was still In his youth, being St ycais young. Thero have been JSC reservations made for boys at the dinner so far, and of that numbei sixty 'will have to be sup plied with foster fathers. The banquet In primarily for the sons of members, but ihose members without sons will be supplied. Kach man intending the dinner will have to bring a boy. ONE-THIRD OF THE DRUG STORES GET LICENSER Only seventy drug stores in the city have druggists' permits to sell Intoxicat ing liquors. There aie at least 'S3 drug stores In the city. City commissioners are at a loss as to what to do, but tbey will probably tabulate tho names of druggists who huve not taken out per mits and those who have und see that no druggist sells ltquof unless he has a permit. (Gray Hair Sign of Age. Easy Way to Restore Color It's a Ituruliiar SliaiiM- i not to have Bucklen s Arnica Salve to cure burns, eczema, bolls, sores, piles, flits, bruises, wounds nnd ulcers. 25c. For hale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement. without publicity and it Is thought for a very good reason. It appenrs that the l.ee bill had been hailed with a great deal ot pleasure by thonajorlty of the cltlxens. Its fnlrnes was ndniltted on every hand, hut 11 dons not please the officials who aro against annexation absolutely, whatever pretenses they may put up to lull the people to sleep. The annexation bill prepared by the administration for Instance, makes the submission of the annexation question more difficult In that It makes It neces sary to submit a petition signed by SG per cent of the registered voters Instead of 10 per cent as at present A like pro vision prnctlcnlly nullified tho recall sec tion of the charter. The rest of the ad ministration bill takea carp of the flrti and police departments, schools, li brary, etc. It Is being urged upon the cltlxens who are hot conversant with the facts that the Ijoe bill does not tako earn of the schools, whllo those conversant with tho law know that the school bill must be prepared and has been prepnred as a separate measure In order to meet the needs of the school department which Is a separate corporation from tho city gov ernment. The great Joker In the administration hill Ik that If It falls to pass, then the question of annexation cannot be sub mitted to th people for five years. That hn8 been the point of attack all along the line to emasculate the old lee bill In one way or another. It Is thought that tho Joker contained In the administration annexation bill will do the work. Another provision of tho administration bill re quires that In case annexation carries' a committee of five cltlxens from South Omaha and as many from Omahah shall then get together and arrange for the merger of the two cities. It Is provided that no one who has not lived for ten years In South Omaha may serve on tho committee. Whether this committee was to be appointed or elected could not be found out, because of the Jealous cale with which the Instrument was guarded. At any rate It was generally circulated last night that John 15., Watklns, chair rran of the Hoctor committee was to leave last night or this morning to tell the legislature what to do with the annexa tion bills prepared by Representative Michael I-ee. KpcoiiiI Comnijl Ire Active. Hoctor's charter committee is not to have the game all Its own way. If the committee appointed at the cltlzeV.i meeting last Thursday has an thing to say about tho matter, and the membe-n think th'ey will have something' to say Tho committee elected Is composed of Deau Ringer, A. H. Murdoch and Sam uel r Wlnteis. It was thu purpose ct tho meeting that appointed the three men to amend the charter from a stall I point ot the common citizen as opposed to that of the officeholders and corpora tions. A meeting of tho committee la called for next Wednesday night at t'le office of A. 11. Murdock. In the mean time John B. Watklns of Hoctor's chap ter committee will go to Lincoln to look after the affairs that affect South Omahn. John M. Tanner, another of the IIoctM- committee, has given it out that he .vlll not know his own bill when "we g"t, through tacking on amendments." MuKtr Clly Gossip. Mrs. Kllza Courtrlirht. need Tl died Sunday night at her home. sixth and I. streets. Lost A red slet-r from stock weight. U00 lbs. So. 1012. Mr. and Mrs. Louis fimcml of Ocl.ir Rapids, la., were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Brlggs. Mr. and Mra. .1. M. Ahhott nf this citv have returned from a trip to Chicago. where they visited with friends. The Relief association ot the Union Stuck yards will give Its annual ball Thursday evening at Rustling's hall, Twenty-fourth and J street. The body of James GogglnsI who died January 16 at Havre, Mont., arrived last night. Funeral services will be held at the home of his brother, Michael Goggius, Thirty-fourth and Q streets, Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. Burial In St. Mary's cemetery. There will be no carriages. ff PlllllIPllI Hi n , r, r an I HP U Wednesday Begins Our Big January Sale CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES A Remarkable Saying Event of Bargain Interest to Every Mother in This City Every womnn who litis ever nt tended this Annual Kvent remembers it. as the biggest bargain opportunity of tho tire year in children's dresses. These specially priced groups are made possible only by months of preparation. cn Positively the choicest, newest, snappiest and best values in children's dresses we evor offered. Separate Children's Apparel On Our Second Floor. In0ur Section .CHILDREN'S $1 AND $1.25, WASH DRESSES at 45c and 75c Pretty juvenile styles made of percales, ginghams and chain brays, plain or neatly trimmed ages 2 to (i years- -serviceable dresses in the most desirable col ors, worth up to $1.25, each.. i 45c-75c CHILDREN'S $1.50 AND $2, WASH DRESSES AT $1.00 Colored and White Wash Drosses made up with little fnncy touches of style iu tho best of ohockod and striped ginghams iu ages G to 14 years, values up to $2.00, January Sale Price, each S1.00 CHILDREN'S $2 AND $2.50MBfa WASH DRESSES AT $L35 Beautifully made from chain' brays, Anderson's giughams, Toilo du Nords and percales, also white lace dresses with lace and ombroldory trimmings, In nges C to 14 yearn worth up to I2.no, at. onch $1i35 CHILDREN'S DAINTY WHITE DRESSES d or and COLORED DRF-SSES Wnrt.1i n rn M Krt ot (9 t.OO flj .Snappy, girlish effects made from the choicest fabrics in nrigui colorings, aiso some ueaminu winto Jace and swiss dresses with dainty lace and embroidery trimmings, many new ideas, in ages (5 to 14 years. CHILDREN'S BEAUTIFULLY MADE FROCKS WHITE OR COLORED, AT $2.50 UP TO $5.00 Extraordinary values in dainty and practical garments, made in the finest wash fabrics obtainable, also epocial groups of the season's nowest ideas in dresses for the little tots that will be highly appreciated hy all mothers. I New Lots Desirable Cotton Goods Every Day in Basement White Goods Specials Fine quality Imperial Long Cloth, made yams, tains 'Pointer from fine soft finish no filling. j A harmless remedy, mode from com-, itnon earden fcaRe. quickly restores cray lialr to natural color. Tho care of thej hair, to prevent It from losing; Its color tend lustre, is Just na Important ns to vhtl i for the teeth to keep them from discolor- j log. w hy apend money for cosmetics and creams to Improvo tho complexion, said yet neglect your hnlr, when trray hair is even more conspicuous and sugKcstlvc of nee than wrinkles or a poor compter-, Ion? Of the two It Is easier to preserve ' jthe nutural color nnd beauty of the hair Ilha.n Jt la to have a Kood complexion. ' All that la necessary Is the occasional itise of Wyeth's Kase and Sulphur Hair Jlemedy. n. preparation of common Har den Saeo and Sulphur, conlblncd with other valuable remedies for dry, linrxh, faded hair, dandruff, Itching scalp and falling; hair. After a few applications of thl simple, harmless remedy, your hair nvlll gradually be restored to Its natural (olor, In a short time the dandruff will e removed, and your hair will no longer come out, but will start to grow na Na ture Intended It should. Don't neglect your hair, for It goea further than anything else to make or mar your good looks. You can buy this remedy at any drug store for fifty cents bottle, and your druggist will give your money back if you aro not satisfied after Using. Turchase a bottle today. You "will never regret It when you realise tho difference It will make In your appear unce. Advertisement. Fat Is Ridiculous years, Kirty. yards. Brand, combed and eon .'H inch $1.45 30 inch wide Mercerized nainsook, pure white, soft material, splendid for underwear, box ot qa width, in 12 yard bolts, at 10 yartlB at Vartl Wide IHcnrli ed Mvfriirj nnd fine 1 quality 38 inch un-1 blenched muslin, In desirable lengths at the extremely low price of I'HIt VAltU Fine White Goods at 7y2c Yard New goods for spring, 1013. Think of all tho purposes for which you tme these 2 to 10 yard lengths fine India Un- j ohb, fancy lawns, striped i and checked dimities, cneeKed and striped naln sooics, etc., ISc and 19c values, at, yard IU IIUIII- lie Blue, lliotvn, Green nnd Pink Apron OliiRhanm in all tho wanted broken and even checks, colors are absolutely fast, at 3i PKR YAK I) White Goods Specials White and colored cotton bobt sucker crepo, adapted for under muslins, house, dresses and chil dren's wear, plain white, also black and white stripes and dots, 30 inches wide, at, f)1 por yard Lt'zC 25 bolts ot that splendid quality or pure- whltn liupn cambric that Bells regularly at 29c a yard , 36 luuhes wide, at 1 El per yard t 1 OC 3G inch Mull Checked -9 t Dimity, at, yard 1'2C M Col. Cody to Have a New Steel Train for famous old scout, which will be mudc with brand new equipment and In a model steel train, the only one now being; used by a traveling show In this country His Wild West Show i says the jewelry store DOOR WAS WIDE OPEN POLICEMEN REQUEST REMOVAL OF PLACARD The army recrultlnr force In Omaha will havo to solve the problem once for all with the police department as to whether they will or will not be allowed to keep their board sign on the sidewalk near the curbstone. A big policeman told the pri vate walking the beat outside the army building at Fifteenth and Dodge streets that the army men would have to take their sign out of the way. The navy recruiting station maintains a similar slfcn board on the sidewalk on the east side of the postofflce. The marine, recruiting station as well keeps a similar board on the sidewalk near tho curbing at Fourteenth and Karnam streets. flrerfat men and women, mortified and humiliated by the publicity of conspicu- , ou rolls and b"lows of fat. are gradually learning that through the discovery of an eminent physician the burden of cverfat- I nets Is taken from thrm, lesYinjr tbe fig ure attractively proportioned, the fleab. firm, the skin amooth. and the generaJ health vastly Improved, without dleUnr, rrmrrim nr rwmltlna: wrlnkls or ftohbi- bess. There Is no equal and no substitute WOMAN HELD UP ON WAY HOME FROM CHOIR MEET llllrabeth Furffuaon, ISIS yut street, was held up Jioiiday nlglit In front of hor home. Rbo was returning from re hearsal of the Mendelssohn club and Just as she wns turning Into her home a man with a revolver stepped out from the shadodwa and took a dollar out of her purse. Me made no attempt, how ever, to take a valuable rlntf and Imucp-Iet Hilly AlcCune, wester.n representative to ltuffalo BUI, has returned to Omaha to start arrangements for the coining season for the reat wild west exhibition. Mr. ItcCunc has been spending the lust few weeks In the reservation country bandlim bis warriors together for the big opening at Philadelphia. March 31. With him coming from the Plije nidge agency Is Bam Ijone Bear, Jack Itsd Cloud and Ben American Horse, who will meet Col onel Cody during the latter part of the week for a business conference. Bam tane Bear Is chief of polloo of the outfit during play time, and has a most arduous time In keeping many ot tho aborigines from Investing their monthly pay in copious shares of fusil oil. konn Bear has been with the company for twenty odd years and Is an especial favorite of "Bison William" having had charge of the Indian affairs for the last seven years. He speaks KnKllBh fluently and Is fond of candy and burlesque shows. Jnck Red Cloud Is the eldest son of the famous Red Cloud of early Ne braskan history ami a chief In every Fenso of the word. TheHo men, as soon as Colonel Cody arrives from Denver, will start mustering thHr tribesmen for tho 1913 model "farewell" tour of tho I Claude A Hammeny, who confessed to stealing hundreds ot dollum worth of Jewelry from the Platan atom at Six teenth and Dodge streets, pleaded not guilty and waived preliminary examina tion In police court. Ho was bound over to, the district court In the sum of l,00. He was charged with breaking and en tering. He says he stole the Roods, nufl that he did not break Into the store, ua the door was open. Ilia Stomach Tronlilrs Offer. Mr. Dyspeptic, would you not like to feel that your stomach troubles were over, that you could eat any kind of food you desired without Injury? That may intm to unlikely to you that you do not even hope for an ending of your trouble, but permit us to assure you that It Is not al together impossible. If others can be cured permanently, and thousands have been, why not you? John n. Barker of Battle Creek. Mich., Is one of them. He says. "I was. troubled with heartburn, indigestion and liver complaint until I used Chamberlain's Tablets, then my trouble wan over." Sold by all dealers. Advertlfement. Free land information You can learn the facts about any tvection of the oountry through The Twentieth CeDr tury Fanner 'b Free Land Information Bureau, which ib maintained for the benefit of our readers. Climatic conditions, land laws, best landB for any particular crop, best sections for fruit growing, stock raising and general faioang all Buoh facta may be had if you will simply Bend postage for reply, and address Land Information Bureau The Twentieth Century Farmer Omaha, Nebraska. ' Over 100,000 farm hzmillet rtaJ ft. t'lriUnn in (lit llotrU. , Charles Perry of llarvurd, II. K. Price of Columbus, I,. U. Krye of Meadow iGrove and J. M. Carney of Lincoln aie stopping at tho Millard. I Mr. and Mrs. II. Mollera of Lincoln. .1 tor the famous Mannola. PreeerrpOon. but W, Weston of OgullfUa. II. II. Andrews Utere la a new and more courenient form ,of Callaway and G, A. Butler of nurwull llu. vi it&nrii iuwiiib ill 4 uxion. Flncn or Kearney I iiMat form of thta safe fat remover. i Vanoola Prescription Tablet contain the , came harmless, effective lnartdlrnts aa the original prescription that has enabled I ao many thoaaanda of uncomfortable nwa t . ana women u iruaco iuw "tum .... ,A 'Great Farm Journal "lW fiStlX I rhc ,n ,,," nr"- I -aid by aU I orugglaU at i5cj or lentjmi John jBCob- ot ,,lalr (Jeor8e II Ileg fTWENT eTH CENTURY FARHPP SSSJWS !,5iSVECr I i um?JF wuiiam Ouyie of i.fwnan mmmmtwnmm -r jyaiiey are ai mt ijoyaj- C. B. Kinch of Kearney . Mira M. Mini. field of Wlsner, H. I). Hannah of Ht. Kdwnrd and S. K, Warrick of Scott'H Bluff are gucstx ot the Henshaw. John Illnor of Kustls, Ceorgi li. Itelgli T .Stanton. V. II lladdox ot Wolhaclt and Mrs W. V. Miller of North Platte Stomach Sick, Sour, Upset and ' Full of Gas? Pape's Diapepsin In five minutes! Time it! All Indigestion, Heartburn and Dyspepsia gone and your stomach feels fine. RUPTURE Nvonder what upset your stomach which portion of the food did the damag, do youT Well, don't bother. If your stomach Is In revolt; If Four, gMsy and upset, and what you Just ate hae ror. mentcd into stubborn lumps; your head dizzy and aches; belch gases and acMi and eructate undigested food; breath foul, tongue coated just take a little Diapepsin and In five minutes jou will wonder what became of the Indigestion and dliiticsji, Millions of men and women today know jtfcat it U needleu to have a bad stomach. Keeps the eat their A little Diapepsin occasionally stomach regulated aud they favorite foods without fear. If your stomach doesn't take care ot our liberal limit without lebolllon; If your food Is a damage Instead of a help, remember tho quickest, surest, most haimles relief Is Pupe's Diapepsin which cofta only fifty oents for a large case at drug store. It's truly wonderful-It tllgealH food aud sets things straight, so gently and easllv that it is astonishing Please don't go on and vi oiwoereu aionuun, it o unnecessary i-AdvcrtlsetneuU I have a certain cure for rupture with out resorting to u painful and uncertain surgical operation. I on, tho only rep utable phynlclan In thl line of work who will take such cases for treatment upon a guarantee to cure, or raako ao charge. You may deposit tho money in a bank, In your own name, and when yoj are satisfied a cure has been made you then instruct the bank to pay tln money to me. By doing this you are 1 ahflolutcly certain of a cure, or It will ! cost you nothing. If I was not perfectly I sure of my work I couVI not do busi ness In thin way very long, hut Instead, have been doing business ho for SO years, and adopted this plan because ao many have been swindled by quacks and fak ers. Not one of them will permit a pa ttent to deposit Ills money until a euro has been inado. When taking my treatment, patients must corne to my offico once each week for four weeks, and If they live nearbr tan return home and work during the Interval treatment, as it (la daagerons. Call or wri t! tVr 'ihBBBuBsaaBsVsL Z do not e the Paraflne Wax literature. A FEW OF MY nilDPn BiTiriiT - .. ... - w A. V. I'orn. NorioiK. rseb.j V IC5C No. lstn umin nrrln Itecd. Ogallala r weak, 1 1 .. 'rr'"i iWi 'TCV f.: H. V. Reige, porchea,.r. .,r....r v. ..v.w:i-r."' "", ou, inn ai , ti joaenii mo. J . 'I-."0- POBtmaater. Holateln, la.: Dan Murp JSr",. -V.,,',',00,tiel1 ,a - Joh" leaver. Blair. Neb wiiii. C.V, ' 5' Stanard, Beaver Crossing, litb.; John Stcnnett, vimsra. ia. "imiBDS of others rould bo added to this list. " TTKi, : aiUta 306 Xa Mlitm Omaha, VtK mi. i