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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, APRIL 21, 1913.
ascertained, whether he desires to repair a wrecked home or build a new one, and hla property Is looked over by expert In vestigators who report to the operattMrj committee. This subcommittee of the genera! committee divides Its work. Coin mlssloncr nutter secures the facts con cerning the real cstato; K. F. Denioon looks up the 'personar clement; John "W, Towle secures the data on which to make estimates of cost, and J. M. Guild ortJ. V. Hay ward sees to It that all the Information Is assembled on the proper Manic This blank then goes to the "eoni mlttee of recommendation," with C. C. Hose water as chairman. When this com mittee reaches a conoltiflon nnd U ready to mtke a recommendation tor an appro priation all the papers In each case are brought before the general eommittse, which decides the amount to bo allowed. When the general committee has msdo an appropriation the papers go to the desk of John W, Towle, who makes out the material bill and gets the work started, It Is aimed to havo as little delay as possible, but at a time of rush Ilka this more or less delay Is bound to occur, The people for whom aid has been voted from tho fund have exhibited nn admirable degree of patience while their cases were being considered, according to members of the committee. Some of the Cnnes. Following are soma cases containing typical clement of Joss, debt, condition, and aid voted to glvo the victims a start; Caso No. 1 Skilled mechanic;' home damaged $000. mortgage of J3X; estlmato of $KJ for lumbar to rebuild; J100 con tributed by fellow workmen. Allowed by relief committee, $160. Caso No. 2 Man, aged CS; homo valued at tt.KW, tret of Incumbrance; damaged il.SOO, employer, a railroad, contributed $S0 cash Commltteo appropriated $3G0. Case No. J Woman, aged GO; owned house that rented for m per month; dam aged 1200. Appropriation of $75. Caso No. 4 Widow, whose property was valued at JSO0, damaged 1W. Appropria tion not to exceed 1W. Caso No. 5-Mnn, W, home valued at f 1,901, totally destroyed; mortgage or im. Ist two of family In tornado. Allowed $300 to pay bills Incurred and further re lief being considered. Caso No, 6- Widow with large fnmlly. Homo valued at W.600 entirely gone; lot clear Allowed JJ00 and loan ot J800 reo pmmended to restoration committee; will borrow on tlrst mortgage enough more to build UOQ.) Home. Coso No, 7-Man. threo children, lost home but recently paid for; lot clear; will borrow to icbulld. Appropriation of $200. Cdso No. 8-Widow; supports mother and two children; house valued at 2,000 badly twisted; mortgago M.G00. Appropria tion for repairs up to 2C0. Caso No. 9 Keeper of small store, well along- In years; renter; place totally wrecked. Allowed $1W towurd new stock of goods. Case No, 10 Railroad employe, support of parents and other children; owned houso and lot valued at W.000. clear; dam age almost total; employers gavo 23 cajh, to which the commltteo added 275. . ff. "" MBulldlng tradesman, beyond middle age, house valued nt S2,5W totally wrecked, no encumbrance. Voted aid to the amount of tun. Case No. 12-llan' of 40. making small 5.c.".' modet homo damaged to extent of IIOJ; no Insurance. Allowed $75. Case No. 13 Man of advanced age, wlfo and two children; small wage, had two house damaged to extent of fl.fiOO; mort gage of ,C00. Appropriation of Wp voted. - k i" If.0, "-7" w"0 can get friends to help him rebuild wrecked house, dum ber furnished to amount of $110. 1-Wldowj houso vnlucd at p.(X total loss; mortgage of $1,000. Al lowed $300 toward establishing her In a rooming house and recommend loan of 1200 from restoration fund. Case No. 18-Unskllled worker, wife and fWjv.Bm.,,U children: proprrty valued nt 2;1?r.LdaniaB,J ?;2i. .mortgage of ll.foO; tSS. t0.,.rcbui"! himself If furnished lumber, Allowed $S50. .V?"B, 2i 17-Woman whose home was aWfted off foundation. Allowed $1SV to move same back. ti i8-wlJow who owned house rnL wh,c.h ""PPorted her when adder. Hm.rj" no.mo Valued nt $3,100: SSSf ryvh?,r.of v.nUH'- Allowed 00, of which $150 is to release the property nnd JtfO toward restoration of house. Case No. 19 Man whose home was left , ""eh condition that tho committee con j dered tho best help would be to allow $1 for wrecking It for removal. Case No. 20-Wldow with email house renting at $18.50, her sole Income: dam age estimated at $290. Allowed $275, These cases are taken at random from the list. The aid thus far allowed av erages $306 In ninety cases. Up to this time, besides tho financial aid given, something like 1,100 orders ior groceries and other supplies iave been sent from tho Auditorium, Ot this number about too orders contained either partial or complete orders or furniture and house furnishings, for which Items nbou $3,000 have been spent to date Total bills incurred up to Friday noon by th general relief commltteo approx imated $90,000. (From this amount shojld po deducted about $7,500 for supplies .low on hand at the Auditorium. No More food Issued, Tho issuing of food at the Audltoriunf lias ceased. This step has been de cided on by the general relief committee, because there Is no longer any need for dispensing provisions to those who have been on the relief lists. Everybody nan been taken csre of up, to the point where they can care for themselves from now on, except those families or persons who are always on the hands of the Asso ciated Charities. NEW APARTMENT HOUSE WILL BE BUILT BY JOHNSTON A three-story apartment house, at a cost of $63,000, will be erected at the southwest corner of Thirty-eighth and Jones streets by Ed Johnston, who has (constructed several other apartment houses In the city. This building will be ultra fashionable, each of the twblve apartments to provide room and bath not only for tenants, but for their servants, U D. Willis, local architect, has completed the drawing of the speci fications and work on the houso will tart as soon as the contract can be let. TRY RESINOL FREE FOR SKIN TROUBLE Zt Stops Itching Instantly and Boou Xaals ths Worst Eruption. Tho moment Resinol Ointment touches any itching skin, the Itching stops and healing begins. With the aid of Iteslnol Soap, H quickly clears away all trace of eczema, ringworm, pimples, black heads, or other tormenting, unsightly eruption, leaving the skin clear and healthy. . 11'0,;e t our expense that Iteslnol will &t o t0.r Yoxi. . Wri,e to Dept. -T, Iteslnol, Baltimore. Md.. and we will send you a Uberal trial, by parcel post, with full directions fo? uie. Resinol Is equally effective for sores, bolls, burns, chaflngs. red, rough hands. fUndruff and Itching piles. Prescribed by doctors for eighteen years. Sold by ererjr druggist. law or small, through, out the United States. Csa Vlmplss and Blackheads. W, B. Hackeit. 6 Golden Gate Ave.. Ban Francisco, writes: "I was bothered for several year by unsightly pimples on my face, as well as blackheads, which were a source of much discom fort nnd embarrassment. At last I de- cwea to try Reslnot Soap and iUilnol Ointment. 1 am haDDv to uv i am n. 1 jireir no or xne eruption,,, and my skin " u"urenje,Qis. i also raw inai iteinoi works wonders whnnl to aura cold ore r Vrt-..i.." MORGAN PUIS CHRIST FIRST (Continued from Page One.) 'direction under many clauses ns to alter nate courses of procedure. It Is to bo noted also thnt his grandson, Junius Spencer .Morgan, Jr., a young man of only 21, now a student at Harvard, Is re peatedly nominated to tako up Important duties In the event of the death of his father, John Plerpont Morgan, Jr. In this city, the question most fre quently asked by leading citizens and learned societies, has been that ss to the disposition of Mr. Morgan's wonderful collection of pictures and other art treasure. Mr. Morgan mnkes perfectly plain what his hopes on this point have been, and yet leaves his son, who Is his rcMdunry legatee, entire freedom In tho matter, using the following signifi cant language: As to Ills Art Treninrei, "I have been greatly Interested for many yearn In gathering my collections of paintings, miniatures, porcelains and other works of art, nnd It bas been my dcslro nnd Intention to make some suit nblo disposition of them or of such por tions of them an I might determine, which would render them permanently available for the Instruction nnd pleasure ot the American people. Iaclc of the necessary time to devote to It hat) as yet prevented my carrying this purpose Into effect UiiIcm I shall accomplish It, or make some disposition of theso collec tions In my lifetime, they will pnss to my son, John Plerpont Morgan, Jr., or to his son, Jjinlus Spencer Morgan, Jr., under tho loregolng clauses or this will, whereby I dispose or my residuary es tate. Should cither my sRld sor. or my said grandson thus succeed to the ownership or, these collections, 1 hope ho will bo nblo, in such manner ns he shall think best, to make a permanent dis position or from time to time permanent dispositions of them, or of such portions of them ns ho may determine, which will bo n substantial carrying out of the In tentions which I have thus cherished. It would be agrei'ablo to mo to have The Morgan Memorial,' which forms a por tion of tho property of the Wadsworth anthenacum at Hartford, Conn., utilized (o effectuate a part of this purpose. I do not, however, by the expression of these wishes Intend to Imposo upon my suld son or my tald grandson, any duty or obligation, legal or moral nor to qual ify In any manner or In any degreo, his absolute nnd unqualified ownership of ald collections, should they pass to him under thl will." Tho public charitable bequests arc, as was predicted by many of thoso con versant with his Immcnso benefactions made during his life time, comparatively small and nre In tho direction of those ob jects to which Mr. Morgan's benefactions aro already well known. To Christian Institutions. The will bequeathes to the trustees of the cstato nnd property of tho diocesan convention of New York the following two sums, $500,000 In trust to apply to the Income for he support of tho ministry of St. Ocorgo's church and the sum of $100,000 In trust, the Income of which Is to be .applied for the support or Protestant Kplncopnl missionary stations. Another churltuble bequest Is that or $100,000 to the Houso or Ilest for Consumptives, to be designated as "The Amelia Htuges Mor gan Memorial Pund." This Is In memory of Mr. Morgan's first wife. Another clause ot the will which 'Is 'n torestlng In view of Mr. Morgan's well known habit of making many prlvnte and unknown gifts to charity is the following taken from article xxlx: "I nuthorlze nnd empower my said executors and trustees In tholr absoluto discretion to continue during the period of tho administration of my estate nny allowances or payments which at tho time of my death I shall have been In the habit of making regu larly to any person or persons for their aid or support." ISven Ills Club Friends. j Mr. Morgan's sentiment for a few of his old and Intimate friends Is shown In the clauso which sIiowb "that there shall bo bequeathed to each of the members of tho Corsair club at the time of my death, as a souvenir of myself and us a token of my personal nffcctlon for them, a piece of silver of the valuo of $1,000, to bo se lected and purchased for tho purpose by tho executors of my will." When ho was on the witness stand at Washington, only a few weeks before hla death, Mr. Morgan made several expres sions going to Indlcato his confidence In his business partners. This feeling Is apparently reiterated In articles 'In the will, which read aa follows: Trails Business Partners. 'It has frequently hannened thnt ... curltles, real estate and other property belonging to or connected with my busl hess firm of J. P. Morgan & Co.. jnd my former firm or J. 8. Morgan St Co.. have been taken or stood In my nsme. i inererore direct and empower my said executors and trustees, to aaslun. .n. vey and transfer to aald firms re spectlvely or to their respective nominee or nominees, any securities, real cstato or property Btandlng In my name which all my partners or said firms respectively surviving me shall unite In declaring In writing to bo tho property or connected with the business of said firms re spectively and 1 also direct my said execu tors and trustees to accept, without question, as ovldenca of my Interest In either of said firms and of the business profits and assets of the same, such written statements thereof as may bo made to them from time to time by my sam surviving, partners." By this provision Mr. Morgan directs his executors to acceDt without he.ltj. tlon nny statements concerning his in terests that may be made by his sur viving partners. Mr. Morgan has made doubly sure thai each and every bequest that tho will ,ots forth shall be paid In full without jny acouction by providing that "all In herituncc, legacy, succession or similar duties or taxes which shall become pay aoie in respect to any property or In terest passing under my will or any codicil which I may hereafter execute, snail ims paid out of the capital of my residuary estate." Mr. Morgan sees to It furthermore -hat the specific beneficiaries under the will shall In no case be obliged to wait for partial settlement ot the estate. One of the last clauses In the will cx plains that "It la not from any lack of affection or regard for them that this will contains no provision for my sisters, Barah Bpencer Morgan. Mary Lyman uums ana Juliet Plerpont Morgan, but only because the property which hy aireaay nave makes the same seem un necessary." The codicil changes a bequest of $X0,- ooo to "my friend, Mary , Mclnvalne." from an outright legacy to a' life annutty of $85,000. The Persistent ana Judicious Us of .. . . . ,. - I wownpsper Aiveriismg I tu Head U Specific Bequests in Morgan Will Frances Ioulsa Tracy Morgan, wlfo $1,000,000 In addition sufficient from the Junius Spencer Morgan trust to provide her with an annual Income for life of $100,000; also the homes at Cragston and New York City, with their contents and all their appurtenances for life. J. P. Morgan, Jr $.000,000 Daughter lulsa (Mrs. II. L. Satterlec) 3,000,000 Daughter Juliet (Mrs. W, P. Hamilton) 3,000,000 Daughter Annie Tracy Morgan 3,000,00) II. U Satterlec. son-in-law 1,000,000 W. P. Hamilton, son-ln-law... 1,000,000 Three sistcra.fn-law Jennie Illgelow Tracy 100,009 Clara Tracy lloppln 100,00(1 Julia N. Ilrown 100,000 I.ucy Kldrego lca (In trust).... 100,000 Ethel Dangs Wallace (In trust) 100,000 Florence M. Ithett, life Income annually of... 10,000 Diocesan convention of New York fiOO.OCO (Income from this to bo paid to St. George's church.) Diocesan convention of New York 100,000 (Income from this to go to support missionary work.) Houso of Ilest for Consump tives 100,000 (To bo known as the Amelia Sturges Morgan memorial.) ICnch member of the Corsair club 1,000 (This to be n piece of silver of that value, to be selected by the executors.) Mary a. Mcllvalne, friend 250,000 J. Ilcavor Webb 210,000 " Mrs. Alice Mason, life annual Incotno of , 5,000 James W. Markoe, his pnysl clan, life annual Income of... 3,000 (This continues during the life of Mrs. Markoo If she survives her husband.) Hello Da Costn Qreen, his librarian I.. 50,000 Ada ThurHton, assistant to Miss Oreeu 10,000 (In addition J, P. Morgan, Jr., Is adjured to retain these two In their present employment at not less than their present salary.) W. H. Parker, captajn or the Morgan yacht 15,000 Charles W. King, private sec retary 23,000 15ach employe of the firm of J. P. Morgan & Co. or New York, except King, one year's salary Kach employe of the firm of J, S. Morgan & Co. ot Lon don at the time ot the disso lution of the firm, one year's salary ' Kdward Phillips, valet 18,000 Mrs. Margaret Henderson, housekeeper at Prince's Gate, Tendon, life annuity of 2.K0 Henry Pcndy, butler at Prince's Gate, Ilfo annuity of 1.260 Mrs. A. King, housekeeper at noehampton, life annuity of.. I,2e0 J, K. Mcbeod, gardener at ttoe- hampton, life annuity or 1,250 To each servant at the houses In New York, Cragston, Roe hampton and Prince's Onto.. 1,000 Such memoranda In writing as may be found regarding tho Intention of the testator to glvo soma nrtlclo of Jewelry or otherwise to n friend aro to be regarded by the residuary legatee as binding, and such nervous are to be permitted to make a free selection of such article. The Junius Spencer Morgan trust Is to be continued during the life of Frances Louisa Tracy Morgan, and then the property under It In bulk is to go to J. P. Morgan, Jr., or to his son, Junius Spencer Morgan. John Plerpont Morgan, Jr., the re siduary legatee, Is askid to continue the asslstnnce his rather has been In the habit ot giving to certain persons not named In tho wilt, and to contlnuo the assistance rendered to the Society pf tho L.ylng-In Hospital of New York City. Nn disposition Is mndo of the art col lections beyond the suggestion Uiat It was tho purposo of the testator to establish a memorial somewhere, to which a portion of the collection would be devoted, nnd It Is suggested that this may be carried out at the discre tion of tho residuary legatee. All Inheritance taxes or other charges of like nature are to be paid by the residuary legatee, so that none of them shall fall on the direct bene ficiaries or annuitants. A codicil of even date with the will changes the bequest to Mary G, lie llvane rrom $250,000 to $3,000 a year for life. The trustees aro enjoined to provide for the payment of the several an nuities granted, John Plerpont Mor gan, Jr, is named ns executor and trustee. Police Say Martin is Not in Vevey VEVKY. Bwltxorland, April 20, The police of this city havo visited every hotel, boarding house nnd clinic, tak ing with them a photograph ot Joseph W. Martin of Memphis, who has been missing from London since April 3, but thoy were unable to find him. They are convinced he ts not In Vevey, Several telegrams addressed to Martin He at the telegram otrice. The first of them reached here yesterday. It Is suspected that Martin Is staying somewhere near the lake ot Geneva and vlsted Vevey to telegraph, as It appears that the telegram. ' "Cease Inquiries. All well. Writing. J. W. Maj-tln." was sent In his name. Whether It was actually signed by him Is not known. Movements of Ocenu rort. Arrlr4. HAVKK DOVEH OKNXJA Ittrnlt LONDON ULASQOW PATKAHT MVRHPOOL. PlllUADELPIIM. .iUrqu.tt. MANILA Blilro Mm?.... LONDON ROTTERDAM Nuortim. . .. UBAt'.. NAPLES MCWYoKK . . l)rnlm .. . NWWYOIIK. . La Proirnc. M5W TOtlK . .. Otrmtnli.. MtW YOIIK MCWYOKK M5WYOUK v-- Stennters. Sttl. . .L Tourtlae, . .Ltplind, . Jlitlotn. . Cvmeroollt. Crp4lhl. ..Teutonic. Utrt. N Amiurdira. Kurk. Utndou. Cthdonli. Mollkt. .UtOMltOltl. -ZctUn4. O lYuhlniton, l'tnifli Uiii' Amarict Our VKW YOKK XVW YORK I hW YOltK VAi'LKS UVJUtfOOU.. AT LEAST HOUSE IS PLEASED WITH SELF (Continued from I'ago One.) practlco of courts tu hide behind the con stitution and this was simply a subter fuge on tho part of the gentleman rais ing the question. Ho pleaded with tho house to permit tho construction or n "cowbnrn" In the Interest of the agricultural development of the state. Corbln Insisted that seventy-five members of the houso wero op posed to removal and seventeen senators favored removal, and he objected to sev enteen senators homing seventy-five rep resentatives. Simon told the house the dairy building at the farm had been built twenty-one years ago, when but seven students were enrolled. He Insisted tho farm needed a new modern dairy building, ns there arc 093 students enrolled, but tho democratic houso was dead set ngalnst tho agricul tural Interests or tbe state and so tied up had they become with tho Lincoln boarding housekeepers and kitchen work ers and their agent, Mockctt, of Lancas ter, that they permitted themselves to be counted and thev renrpspnt nirrlmiKiiral districts. The Items originally called for $185,000, but were cut to $115,000 in con ference. Speaker Kelloy appointed tho following conference commltteo: Potts, Qulggle and Gates. The old -committee, Reynolds, Cordeannd Kohl will represent tho sen ate. As to Ilefrrendnm, anoptPti a motion to havo the people vote in the question under tho Initiative and referendum at tho next general election. This nrtlon was taken after tho senate had refused to adopt tile conference com mittee report and the house hnd adopted it. Tho report was In effect that ono thlrd of the fund raised by a lovy bf three-fourths of a mill for building pur peses bo Bpent at the state farm nnd that no building bo constructed within thrco blocks of n saloon. It was also provided that $10,000 from the levy should bo avail able for securing options on six blocks of ground adjoining tho city campus, the state to secure title at a cost of not more than $200,000 by July 1, 19H. If tltlo Is not socurcd by that time, all buildings here after to bo constructed at tho farm. The houso adopted tho motion to have the quostlon settled under tho Initiative, No roll call was had because u quorum was not present In the Iioubc. Tho sen ate vote on roll call was 17 to 7 i;alnst the report of the committee. Irrltrnllon Dill Joker. What was considered a Joker sufficient to practically prevent any development of tho water power ot tho state was dis covered In senate file No. It and cor rected at tho last moment today. Senate flla No. 14 Is an Irrigation bill and reached the governor several days ngo. He re turned It becauso ho held It cost the state too much money becauso It authorized the employment of an unlimited number ot people and affected a few sections of the state. A conference commltteo was appointed to carry out the suggestions ot tho governor and by some hook or crook thero appeared In tho conference com mltteo report an nmendment providing the Stnto Hoard of Irrigation should havo no authority to extend the tlmo for the completion of any water pow6r projects that should be completed within s'lx months. ' When the news 'was scattered several representatives of water power companies and' others Including Edgar Howard of Columbus, who was looking after his city's Interests, hustled to Lincoln and got busy. As a result both house nnd senate reconsidered their action and this portion was cut out and tho bill was again sent to tho governor. Several projects under course of construction would have been put out ot business by this amendment. Culls From the Wire Itenresentatlvo Oarrett of Tennessee conferred with Speaker Clarke and looked up precedents today preparatory to bring ing the nttentlon ot the house to tho as sault upon Ilopresentatlvo Sims by Charles u. Glover, a local bunker. During a military aviation competition nt Turin yesterday tho benzlno tank of the i.iruplur.c pllit'd hv tftuv.M'....ff ex ploded. The aviator had a passenger named Hallo aboard. Hallo was burned to death and the aviator was seriously Injured. Representative Brynn of Washington, a progressive republican, will Introduce next Monday n bill to provide a method for choosing United States senators by popu lar election In accordance with the re cently approved constitutional amend ment. A Horrible Denth may result from diseased lungs. Cure coughs anil weak, sore lungs with Dr iving's New Discover)', too nnd $1. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement. FEDERAL INTRUSION IN CALIFORNIA MAY DEFEAT ALIEN ACTS (Continued from Page One.) as ho loft It, nnd the probable extent of the anti-American sentiment manifested thero In meetings and In newspapers. SACRAMENTO, Cat.. April 19.-A gen eral redrafting of the bills Is In progress and new amendments to the Thompson measure will be offered on Monday to take the place of thof e now pending. It Is likely that the Thompson-Blrdsall bill will be orfercd substantially In Its orlgl nnl form, ns approved by Pretldent Wll son, but with amendments protecting securities, nnd thnt the opponents will seek to amend It on the floor. Governor Signs Bills (From a Stafr Correspondent.) LINCOLN, April .-Speclnl.)-The fol lowing bills were signed by the governor yesterday: H. n. 412. by Anderson Puts charges for probating on a flat basis ranging from $10 to $00. H. It. 665, by Nichols and Regan-Appropriates $63,000 for construction of hospital at Norfolk asylum. II. It. t04, by Jeary Appropriates $.0,000 for repairs nt tho Lincoln hospitnl for Insane. IL It. 33. by Gustln Deficiency appro priation of $1,200 for Omaha school for deaf. It. n. 201, by Drain Changes quali fications for membership on South Omaha school board and date of beginning term of orflco; Increases salary of secretary; raises maximum mill lovy from 18 to 21 and allows board to Issue bonds up to $i,000. S. F. it, by Cordcal Requires rnllroadj to use headlights that will outline a man's figure 800 yards distant. S. F. G7, by llrookley nclates to spe cial assessments for sewers. S. F. 201, by Dodge Authorizes Incor poration of cemetery associations. S. F. 323, by Splrk Provides for assess ment of Interurban railway stock by county boards. 8. F. 127, by Hoagland of Lincoln Amends civil code changing procedure In assignment suits. 8. F. 293, by Cordeal Provides for securing payment for material and work on state buildings. 8. F. 276, by Mncfarland Provides for duties' or register or deeds In counties or moro than 00,000 population. S. F. 123, by Hummel Provides that county aid given to agricultural societies shall not exceed amount annually paid for premiums. 8. F. 37, by Saunders Defines lawful method or removal or disinterment ot bodies. 8. F. 170, by Dodge Relates to appoint ment of precinct assessors In Douglas county. 8. F. 273. by OUI Provides for Incor poration of employers' mutual Insurance liability associations. S. F. 113. by Reyonlds Removes restrictions from towns less than" 1.600 affecting rights to Issue school bonds. 8. F, 330, by Saunders Incorporates Fontunello Forest association. S. F. 83, by Hoagland Deprives thoso beneficiaries In life Insurance responsible for death of Insured from Inheriting. 8. F. 302, by Klechel Second Sunday in June, Pioneer Memorial day. 8. F. 457, by Dodge Increases salary of warden of penitentiary to $2,500. S. F. 81, by Bushce 'Amendment to Irrigation laws. 8. F. 313, by Wols Drainage districts excavating now channels must maintain approaches at own expense. S. F, 391, by Talcott Regulates the dis position of cadavers. ' i " ' Key to" tho Situation Beo Advertising. "Cascarets" Best for the Bowels Xho millions of Cnscarct users never bavo Headache, Constipation, UiUousncss or Sick Stomach. It Is moro necessary that you keep your Bowels, Liver and Stomach clean, puro and fresh than it la to keep the sewers and drainage of a largo city free from obstruction. Aro you keeping clean inside with Caacarets or meroly forcing a pas sageway every few days with salts, ca thartic pills or castor oil? This Is im portant, Cascarets immediately dense and reg ulate the stomach, remove the sour, un digested and fermanting food nnd foul gases; take the excess bile ixonv the liver and carry out of the system the constipated waste matter and poison In the intestines and bowels. No odds how baJJy and upset you feol.'a" Cascaret toniaht will btralghten you out by morning. They work whlla you sleep. A 10-cent box from your druggist will keep your hesd clear, stomach awoet and your liver and bow els regular for months. Don't forget the children their little Insldes need a good, gentle cleaning, too. Advertise, ment. Keep my name out of the paper;' said tiie magnate to the reporter$--and they did, just as if they thought he meant it. "Ihe Omitted Name' in theMayAmerican .Magazine ELECTRO-OXYGEN FORCES properly, Modernly and Skillfully Applied, Often Effect Cures Where Medical Treatments and Surgical Operations Pail. Exasperating and Expensive Trips From Doctor to Druggist Eliminated. By means of experiments that havo been carried on In Europo and America, results of which are now ready to be placed before the public, it has been conclusively demonstrated that by tho urn or directed rays or electro-oxygen that most diseases are rapidly cured. The rays penetrate the body and destroy all harmrul germs. Prof. J. J. Thompson of Cambridge University, England, has es timated that the rays are possessed of a million times as much force, as is pro duced by an equal amount of oxygen or hydrogen. They throw off corpuscles or atoms of helium, moving with one-tenth tho voloclty of light, or nbout 1D.00O miles por Becond. Thus the destructive phase of the ray is based on their Inconcelvablo energy. A correct diagnosis Is admitted to be two-thirds of a cure. As It were ever for human to err, It follows that a diag nosis given by tho best practitioners Is liable to be wrong. Such cannot bo the case with a diagnosis as demonstrated by the powerful electro-oxygen. Tho doctors are showing all callers In the suite of rooms, 313-317 National Fl dellty building, tho wonderful npparatus nnd the wonderful results they havo ob tained. It hns revolutionized tho science or medicine by doing away with most all drugs and medicines, and tho always fear lnspirlng surgeon's knife. Not only do theso wondrous forces eliminate these relics of the past, but they effect cures where old-tlmo nostrums and bloody operations have most lamentably failed. To child or adult, man or woman, tho process Is absolutely without sensation." Whilo their scope as a bitter foe to dis ease is practically unlimited, they havo been especially ettlclent against paraly sis, catarrh, deafness, rheumatism, dis eases of tho stomach, liver and kidneys nnd ailments peculiar to women. There fore, nil they ask of the unbelieving Is a visit. Their demonstrations will now be held dally from 9 to 12 In the mornings, 2 to t afternoons and 7 to 8 evenings. Sunday 11 to 12 only. Another Interesting nnd Instructive feature of tho manifold benefits that resulted from the use of the electrical forces is their wonderful aid as a rejuvenator of thoso who, while hav ing no serious allm&nts, are yet run down and suffering from lack of sufficient active muscular exercises. Whether this be due to lack of Inclina tion to Indulgo In the strenuous life or from reason of an operation that pre cludes out-of-door exercises, tho result Is tho same. Ten minutes' delightfully exhilarating treatment will restore the poise, straighten the tired stoop, ban ish all lassltudo and make a new man, woman or child of tho participator In this twentieth contury gymnasium. This one thing can bo accentuated most strongly, aside from the marvelous re sults obtained, Is tho utter painlessness of the treatment. Not only are tho patients cured without Inconvenience or discomfort, but the -exasperating and ex pensive trips from doctor to druggist are eliminated. Remember that this new method of curing disease Is by electricity, not medicine. Tho offices aro neatly arranged and contain all of tho most recent discov Changes in m : r t j ..i .Lm WL.mil- J-itmj. aiueumus teal R. R. Effective Sunday, April 20th, Illinois Central train No. 2 will be known as No. 12, will leave Omaha 5:00 p. m., Instead of 5:50 p. m. Present train No 8 will be known as No. 14, will leavo Omaha 9:50 a. in., Instead of 10:55 a. m. Present train No. 1 will be known as No. 11, will reach Omaha 8:20 a. m., instead of 8:00 a. m. Present train No. 7 will be known as No. 13, will reach Omaha at 3:30 p. m., same as at present. Trains No. 31 and 32 botwoen Council Bluffs and Fort Dodge discontinued. Fur ther information at City Ticket Office, 407 South 16th St., Omaha. THK TWKNTIETII CENTUHY FARMER REST FARM JOURNAL IN WEST 81.50 A YEAR. eries of both electrla and light rays needed to successfully treat without pain and cure most quickly nnd completely. When this great cure Is perfected It does not return, as by other methods, as the disease Is thoroughly stamped out and the body becomes free from all germs. Prospective patients are asked to keep In mind tho fact that not ono cruel and unnecessary slash of tho sur geon's knife ts ever anything but a strnnger In their offices. Go and learn the true cause of your suffering, and your cure Is only a question of Intelli gent treatment properly, modernly and skillfully applied. If you want tho truth and treatment that long years of experience combined and aided by the Electro-Oxygcn System of treatment, call on the Electro-Oxygn Doctors. They will tell you nnd show you tho diagnosis. They have built up h large practice by dealing frankly with those who consult them. Their cured pa tients ore numerous enough to relieve any doubt in this particular. Tho following dlscascB aro relieved by this system of treatment: Rheumatism. Gout. Paralysis, Lumbago, Neuralgia. Sciatica, Catarrh. Bronchitis, Asthma. Consumption (In early Btnges). Pleurisy, Deafness, Tumors, Ulcers, External Can cers. Lupus, Piles, Fistula, Fissure, Klil ncy. Bladder and Urinary troubles. Blood and Skin "aiscases. Stomach and Liver troubles, Gall Stones, Constipation, Indi gestion, Chronic Appendicitis, Womb troubles. Ovarian troubles. Chango of Life, Ulceration. Laceration, Painful Irregularities, all diseases peculiar to tho femalo treated without pain or exposure to unnecessary examinations: Enlarged prostrate. Stricture, Nervous Debility, Weakness, In fact, almost any chronic disease which ordinary methods fall to reach, con bo cured to stay cured by this wonderful power. While we do not practlco medicine, our scientists aro regular graduated and li censed physicians trained In the new art of curing by electricity. Wo extend an Invitation to all phy8lclans Interested, will tako special Interest In giving an electric treatment according to Instruc tions from physicians to their patients If sent to us, as the lowest charges com mensurate with the treatment desired. Our Institution will bo conducted on a legitimate and high-class scientific basU Mrs. 8. Phillips, 003 Josephine St., iicw Orleans, said: "Two weeks ngo I heard about tho great cures being performed by Electro-Oxygen and duclded to glvo It a trial. At that time I had such palnr. around my heart I could with great diffi culty get my breath. 1 was anemic and generally run down. I am pleased to say that I have only taken six treat ments, and feel like a new woman. It Is wonderful how quick It acted In my case. I felt the good eKect tho first treatment I believe It Is tho best treatment In tho world and advise anyone afflicted to glvo to glyo. It a trial," CALL AT ONCE. '. Consultation and examination free. Offlco hours, 9 a. m. to 12 m.: 2 to 4 P. m.; 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 11 to 12. 313-317 National Fidelity Bldg., 12th and Far nam. OCEAN BTKAMSmr' FRENCH LINE Costspagnie fienerale Transallantique The 5& Day Route NEW YORK HAVRE PARIS Direct Route to Continent Hsw, large fast, turbine, quadruple and twin screw mall steamers From New York, Thursdays i Tooralne Apr. J. Mir 1. L Lornlne Apr. 10. Mir t. Mr . July 10. Franca (New) Apr. 17. Miy 1$. Jane 5. June 26. La PiOTtn Apr. 24. Mir 22. June 19. July 17. 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