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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JANUARY 25, 1914. -rr AFFAIRS AT SfiliTH AMAH A v i Aged Bcclusc Would Die in Poverty in His Cabin. WANTS TO WATCH THE RIVER Itcftmrn Alii In Iimt Momenta (lint tVnnlil Tnkn lllm Atrny from Ifnnntn He linn Freqnented for Many Venrn. Charles Splltz, 70 years old. lies flying in his fisher cabin on the Missouri river banks stoutly maintaining against police and charitably Inclined persons the right to look his last upon tho yellow flood by whose banks he has spen: the greater part of his life. Splltz was the first carbago master ap pointed In South Omaha, lie Is said to have accumulated a Uttlo money and ttllh It he retired to a point cast of Child's point, where he built himself a home In the river bank. The house Is actually cut Into tho bank and Is n curi osity In Its way. About twcnty-flvc years ago Splltz became a fisherman and for many years since has earned his living by peddling in South Omaha tho fish caught In the Missouri river at the foot of O street He Is destitute and lives alone. It Is nald that when Splits first came to the Vicinity of South Omaha tho Magic City was not thought of. tThero was only tho broad prairies and the yel low river sweeping by. Splltz was then In tho prime of his young manhood. He built himself n hut on the bank of the river and there he made his living and look his plcasuro In nil the years since. Thcro are Ihoso who say that Splltz cum from n good family. Tho man, like many hermits, seldom talked, except on business, He' is said never to havo talked of himself, but thoso who claim to know Insist that ha would never allow a woman to cross his door sill. Splltz is now 70 years old. Latterly his health has been poor and his need of cdrnforts not to be found In tho river cabin has increased. A day or so ago one of tho fishermen living nearby told Chief of Detectives James Sheahan of the serious Illness of Splltz and of his needs. Sheahan called at the cabin and found the man In a dying condition. Sheahan wanted to remove him to a place moro comfortable, but when the nged recluso learned of tho detective's intentions he roused himself nnd pro tested against the removni. He told the detective that ho wanted to die within night of tho river. "Tho river Is my friend," Splltz told the detective. "1 want o say good bye to it wheh tho time comes, but don't try to tako mo away. Let mo Us here by tho river, Ycj can come and got me later when the night comes." ICnrnil Hnrfrntre Meeting. A meeting of the Equal Franchise league was held ot tho home of Mrs. James Kennelly. 1U North Fifteenth street. Wednesday, with Mrs. Edwin Davis assistant hostess, Tlmo of meet ings was changed to second and fourth "Wednesdays of each month, so as not to conflict with meeting days of Omaha suffrage societies. Jlrlef review was given public meetings during the last month by the league, ono In Interests of labor, when Natlpnal Organizer Emmet T. "Flood of Omaha spoke; ono when Itev.W. J, Hastle gavo a stercoptlcon lecture on Now Zealand, Rnd last week Miss Gertrude M, 0'ItelllyB address. Annual membership dues ore BO cents, and several now names were added to the list that day. Mrs. E. It. Knight proposed that neighborhood meetings be held, the hostesses to Invite special friends, and a speaker bo asked to explain tho suf frage movement. This suggestion met with approval, and soveral women promised to follow out the plan at once. Mrs. O. F. Copper gave a brief talk on "Child Labor Conditions." und Dr. Adda. Wiley Italston road an article on "Child Labor" from tho December num ber of Good Housekeeping magazine. Mrs. Stoddard, a state officer of Woman's Relief Corps, was present from Omaha, and will soon hold a suffrage meeting at her residence, Mrs, Kennelly and her daughter, Mrs. Ward, sorved cako and coffee. Th league will meet Wednesday, February 11. with Mrs. Overgo It, Ullgh at the Carlton Hotel, Fifteenth and Howard streets. Omaha. Kasttcat In Hold Up Cum?. Detective Sheahan last night arretted yrank Llghtner, a negro, charging him with vagruncy pending Investigation of his recent doings, Not long ago Council man John Illha was hold up and robbed near Twenty-seventh and J streets by a negro. Llghtner Is said to havo made a practloe of watching nerby saloons and when man cashed a chock he would follow him out. A number of holdups have, been reported from the neighbor hood. A can for assistance from Thirty-ninth end Q streets came to police headquart ers and to the tire department Wat night, both of whom responded. Mrs. EO Hovey, whose husband Is In durance on a chargn of wife beating, was disturbed by some one endeavoring to force an enrance to her house. Several shots were tired when the alarm was given, Mrs, Hovey seized an axe and fled by a back , way to a neighbors, and when aid came, the In truder was gone. Church Services, Lefler Memorial, Fifteenth and Madison. IXov. E. A. Smith, Pastor Bible study at 10 o'clock. Preaching services will be held at 7:30. Kev. Dr. Hlslop will preach. St. Luke's Lutheran. Tweuty-flfth and K. Rev. 8. II, Verlan, Pastor Sunday school at 9:15. Subject ot sermon at 11, "Another Epiphany Lesson," Confirma tion class at 4. Methodist Episcopal, 8ervlces In Odd Fellows Hall. Twentv.fourth and M. J. W. Klrkpn trick, Pastor-Ulble study at .w j-rcavntnE services m 11 uy me pas tor: subject, "Moving On." This will probably be the last service In the hall as the new church basement Is now ready for use. First Baptist, Twenty-fifth and II. Uev. W. It Hill. Pastor Humlav school at 9-n Preaching at 11 and 7:99; subject ot even ing service, "All Wrong From the Start," Young people's meeting at 6:30. Prayer meeting tveonesaay evening at 7:30. Brown Park Sunday school, MS. Hills dale Bible school, 2:30. United Presbyterian. Twentv.thlrrf ( H Service at 11 and 7;S0. Rev, Andrew nenwicK or rfortn Henderson, III., former puiur oi uje ciiurcn. win preacn. First Christian. Twentv.thlnt nml T Rev. J, Q. Alter. Pastor nibls stiinv 10. Subject ot sermon at 11. "The Battlo mm me fung. BUDjeci or tne evening nervlce at 7:30, "The Great Salvation." JHaslo City Gossip. Tho "Third Degree," today and tomor row. Bess theater. The Southeast Improvement club held an important meeting last night at the Madison scnooi uuuding. The Woman's Christian Temperanco union will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. William Berry, UH North M wtfoiy-snin cireei. J. li. Tanner has returned from Co lumbus, where he addressed the tftsie Volunteer Firemen's association at a ban quet Thursday evening. The 4r ot the Eastern Star will meet .admitted to the Illinois FABMERS HALL OF FAME. phii.ip d. AnMorn. l'causo he was the leading spirit or his time In developing a large, profitable and central market for live stock, and creating a widely distributed home and foreign Jcmand for nnlmal products, the name ot Philip D. Armour will bo ad mitted to the Illinois farmers' hnll ot fame nt tho University of Illinois Wed nesday aftirnron. Tho ceremony attend ing the admittanco will be very Impres sive. A portrait of Philip D. Armour will bo tendered to tho university by J. Ogden Armour, the son, nnd that portrait will be unveiled by Miss Lollta Armour, the granddaughter. Philip D. Armour Is the fifth of sevnri men selected for the honor to date. Cyrus Hall McCormlck, J nines N. Brown, Jona than B. Turner and Isaac Funk were ad mitted before. The commission which selects candi dates for entrance Includes: President, Hon. A. P. Grout; vice president, Dr. Eugene Davenport; second vice president, Hon. A. N. Abbott; secretary, Colonel Charles F. Mills; treasurer, Dr. J. T. Montgomery, Tho speakers at tho exercises Wednes day will Include. Dr. Dundan C. Miller, Dr. E. J, James, president University of Illinois; Alvln II, Sanders, Harry A. Wheeler, Dr. F. W. Gunsaulus, J, Ogden Armour, Dr. Eugene Davenport, dcun of agriculture, Saturday night nt Masonic hall for Initia tion. A reception of the grund matron and a social hour will begin nt ! p. m. A musical program on Wagner's "Das Rhclngold" will bo given under tho direc tion of Mrs. J. Denn Ringer Saturday. January 31, at the residence of Mrs. G. f. copper, unuer mo auspices or unapicr ju, P. E. O. sisterhood, as follows: Bio graphical sketch of Wagner; development of tho opera; mythology and plot of the opera; motives and themes; music, Illus trated by tho vlctrola. Thoso assisting Mrs. Rlncer will be. Mrs. It. O. llmkm, and Mrs. Anna Moude Bratton. BRIEF 0ITI NEWS Rare Soot Print it Now Beacon Press. Z.1I. Ins.? Ys. Psnn Mutual, Gould. Electrle Supplies Uurgess-Granden Co ridellty Storage and Tan Co. D. 1614 Hunt with Burgess-Hash A. W. Hunt, tor soVeral years with Orchard & Wll- helm, has been appointed buyer and man ager for the floor covering and draping department for Burgess-N'ash company. State Bank of Omsha t pr cent ps.11 on time deposits, 3 per cent uald on sav. ings accounts. All deposits In this bank aro protected by the -depositors' guaran tee fund of the state of Nebraska. Shs XUttrs Trust company confines ttotf solely lu trustee und investment business and Is therefore not affected by tho ups and downs ot finance. It Is ad vantageous to estates of whatsoever slzo to havo II named as executor or trustee. Mrs, Atkinsoa to Address Unity Club Mrs. Ada 1. Atkinson will udurcss the next meeting ot tho Unity club. Wedncfc- day evening at tho public library, when sho will tako as her topic "Woman Suf frage," A gonoral dlscuislon will follow. Verdict Against Strttt Railway Mrs. Alzlna Crltchllcld, widow ot Harlon Crltchflold, who was killed In a streot car accldont at Twenty-fourth and Tom- ploton streets October 3, 1912, was given a verdict of $0,000 against tho street rail way company by a Jury In Judge Sears' (.Istrlct court. Se.ks Xrs. Ormsby M. M. Ormsby. Maple Park, III., has written tho city health department for Information as to tho whercubouts of Mrs. Jcnnlo E. Ormsby, noo Turner. Ormsby says Uo has not heard from her fnr vmm. Rnnrnii u " uoih ruvurua rcvcuieu inai sno had not died here. B.td Talks Standard Car Superin tendent C. M. Reed of the railway mall servleo Is In Kansas City for tho monthly meeting of tho railway mall clerks' or ganization. Ho will deliver an address on the new type of standard mall car, which was designed by a committer of which Mr. Reed Is the chairman, Womin Ars rinsd Nellie nlnrw ioso Harney street, and Inez DaVls, 1018 Har ney street, were each fined 175 and eni In police court for conducting a disorderly house. Alice Black, un lnmat of tho lormcr house, was fined $50 nnd costs. All were threatened with a iall sentence for a repetition ot tho offense. Sslansy Arrested, for rororarr T v Delansy. laborer, was arrested by De tectives ouiuvnn ana Lahey for the orgery or checks tn small amounts to the extent of 1100. J. p. nnlvin wn famed forged. Delaney declares that failure to secure work at his trade of bricklaying and an appetite for strong drink lead to his downfall. Samird Vabui Vna Ham. n . City Commissioner C. H. Wlthnell has ordered two two-story brick buildings at Thirty-eighth and Davenport streets torn aowns oecause tney are dangerous. The houses were partially wrecked by the tornado. They have not been repaired. unless the owners tear them down tho city will proceed to do It and tax the cost to the owners. Saved After Years of Headaches and Misery By having my eyes fitted with glasses , by Dr. McCarthy. He gives scientific ex- i ksflsw umlnatlnna n r n. ' your eyes with tho 1 proper glasses at 1 prices within the KK?.1 of one. ' Don t nut it nrr come now. If you , have not the ready noney you can man age to pay as yon are ' able. Remember, he has served our peo ple for over 15 vun und satisfaction Is case he takes on the eye and ear BKB. XeCAKTSCT S: KeOASTXT mi W. o. W. slag Sfflce Soars) 8:30 to Si30i Itmaay. WBttl IT, OIL WELL THATHAD NO OIL Suit is Brought to Quiet Title on Deed from City. HOLE SUNK 2,500 FEET DEEP Lending Clllsm Hore fnr Oil, bnt the Project U Given V Jiorr Her Wants to Keep the Property. Suit- by Dexter L. Thomas to quiet title In Peter K. Iler to lots 1 and 2, In block 287, has brought forth the story of how a city ndmlntstration In 1SSR, believing oil could bo found In tho southeast bottoms, donated th's tract ot land to a body of representative citizens on condition that they drill a well 3,000 feet deep. The property Is nt tho corner of Fourth nnd Pierce streets. City Abstracter Wood Hartley, who has been looking up tho title to this property, says tho well was sunk to a depth of 2,50 feet, or more before tho project was abandoned. Tho clt'zens who had charge of the scheme Included tho Crclghtons, Mo Shancs, Paxtons, Kountzcs and fifteen or twenty others. Her, claiming through his attorney to have an "open, notorious nnd exclusive possession" of the property for twenty years, nskti that his tltlo bo mado clear. Except for a little strip of land on one side ot the triangular tract the title Is not disputed, tho city waiting merely to have It shown that the administration twenty-six years ngo offered to give the citizens a quit claim deed If tho well was sunk. ller"s attorney will show that the condltlonsf tho contract wero performed by tho citizens. Howell Comes Out for Suffrage for Women of Nebraska It's mostly a matter of temperament, this question ot woman's "rights," ac cording to R. Boecher Howell, general manager of the Metropolitan water dis trict and president of tho Infantllo Men's Suffrage league, who mado his maiden speech for equal suffrage at a meeting of tho Current Topics club at Pratrlo Park club last night. "Tompcrnment has a good deal to dc with this question," Mr. Howell declared. "Man's Inclinations tend to make him say, 'Oh, let It go till tomorrow,' but woman says do It now. This being tho case women would. In my opinion, bring n new efficiency Into politics. "I do not hold that sentiment which soems common to men God bice's the women. If they want to vote, why lot 'cm vote. On tho other hand, I bellevo In asking them to accept tho ballot, for we need them. "Woman Is necessary to the family llfo and homo life Is the unit. The city Is simply a larger unit of family life. It tho woman Is necessary to the smaller unit I maintain she Is equally essential to tho proper llfo of tho larger unit Men should recognize this fact thut women can help It given tho power ot tho ballot and they should reallzo that It Is not bestowing a privilege on women to give them equal suffrage with men, but that the men will In reality be rendering them selves a scrvlco." Mrs. D. G, Craighead followed Mr. Howell with a discussion of the suffrage movement and tho question was then thrown open for general remarks. Mrs. Craighead asked the club to en dorse tho suffrage movement. C. T. Walker said the club could not under Its constitution go on record In favor ot or against any political movement. Then arose a discussion as to whether tho euf frago movement was political or not. Chairman B. J. Scannell hold that It was. His decision was appealed from, but tho club sustained him, voting that it was a political question and, therefore, could not bo endorsed by the club. After tho discussion Mrs. Craighead said she owed the club nn apology for asking for the endorsement. She said sho STEP LIVELY- m H Don't be relegated g to the rear because of some weakness of the "inner man." Try a short course of HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters nnd help your Stomach, gj Liver nnd Bowels baok g gag to normal strength nnd yjj activity. Got a bottle sg pj today. H Violins Complete with esse, bovr and ex tra atrluca at S.OO, fO.OO, S.T.OO. IS.OO. $10.00. 115.00, $23 and up. Said on Easy Pay Write for Free Catalog ot Musical Instruments. A. HOSPE CO. J Bill Uomslaa St- Omala, JVeh. did not know the club was opposed to endorsing political movements. Missouri Ilnnlc la Ilohhed, LUDLOW, Mo., Jan. zl.-Robbcrs blew open tho vault In the Farmers' bank here early today and escaped with $5,000. Culls from the Wire Tho scltmograph ot Chabot observa tory nt Oakland, Cal., showed n slight vibration traveling from east to west nt 7:33 o'clock last night. Windows rat tled In San Francisco, Oakland and Berkley. An explosion of an oil tank below decks on tho torpedo boat destroyer llo nerlottrly Injured ono man and caused great excitement yesterday at the Phlla nelphla navy yard. Tho injured man is M. J. Cnrmandy, a water tender. Tho New York state capltol at Albany was threatened by fire yesterday, the third time within three weeks. Firemen at the capltol were forced to call upon tho city flro department to quell tho stubborn blaze, which was brought under control after three hours' fighting. Tho Rockefeller foundation, which handles the funds set aside for philan thropic usos, nnnounccd at Now York yesterdny the appropriation of 310,000 a Vear for ten years for tho support of th American academy in Homo and of 10.0u0 for tho relief, through the Ameri can Bed Cross of suffering In Bulgaria due to the Balkan war. Private Francis Wlldman of tho United States army aero corps established a world's record for hydro-aeroplanes at San Diego, Cnl., yesterday when, with a passenger he reached nn altitude of 3,500 feet In twenty-minutes. After reach ing the maximum altitude Wlldman shut off tho power nnd glided to earth. Tho weight of the machine and passengers was a ton. The National City bank of New York, tho largest Institution of Its kind In the country, will, In all probability, enter the federal rcsorvo system to bo creatod by tho now currency law. It had been rumored that the Nntlonal City bank contemplated surrendering Its federal charter and merging with the Corn Ex (hungo bank, tho largest stato Institu tion. Such nn Institution would create a state bank whose combined resources probably would overshadow any regional reeervo bank which might bo established at this center. Remedy Used By Th ree Generations Mothers Who Took It When Children Now doing It to Their Children. Thero must be genuine merit t"o an article that has stood tho test of two generations of users. In the field of medicine none has had greater success, nor retained that suc cess to a greater degree, than Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin, which Is now being used by threo generations of people. Its use In families Is constantly becoming more general. Tho reason, primarily, Is that It has merit. It Is what It repre sents itself to be, a laxatlve-tonlc; it does not mako exaggerated claims nor ubo coarse language to set forth Its vir tues. It Is a medicine, but so mild and gentle a medlclno that thousands of mothers give It to tiny Infants, and yet. In a slightly larger dose, It Is equally effective for grown-upd. It is for any disorder ot the stomach, .Iver or bowels, for con stipation no matter how chronlo, for dyspepsia no matter how severe, tor biliousness, sour stomach, gas on the stomach, headaches, drowsiness after rating and, similar complaints arising from a clogged-up condition of the bowels. . It Is pleasant to the taste and does not gripe. It can be used with safety and good results by anyone at any age or In any condition of health, and that person's health will Improve. Every druggist sells It and the price Is only titty cents and one dollar a bottle. "Mario" writes: "I would like a rem edy tor a pimply, oily skin. I suffer from constipation, headache and Indigestion." Answer. Get from your druggist S- grain sulpherb tablets and take accord ing to directions, These tablets are packed In sealed tubes and contain full directions for using. 1 have found them to bo the most rellablo In such ailments as arise from constipation. They are made ot sulphur, cream ot tartar and herb medicines, and It taken regularly will rellove your constipation and purity the blood, thus causing your sKin 10 De come clear, hese aro fine for children, as they do not sicken. "Mary 'You can easily correct xour little clrl of bedwettlng by mixing 1' ox. ot comp. fluid balmwort, 2 drams tlncturo rhus-aromatic and 1 dram tincture cubebs. Mix thoroughly and give In water about tne hour before each meat, iu to is aropa. "C. O. O.-' writes: "I am constantly hawking and SDtttlng on account of a bad aso ot catarrh and would like your advlco to overcome it." Answer: I always prescribe antiseptic vllane powder, which you can obtain In either a x or s-ounco box wun tun airec tlons. The results please all who try it. "Sadie" says. "I mlsnlaced the ore scriotlon you sent me for dandruff and Itching scalp. Will you pleaso send It agalnr Answer' There Is nothing better for dandruff and itching scalp than plain yellow mlnyol, which is sola In ox. Jars at any well-stocked drug store. Use this according to directions and you will soon be relieved ot all diseases of the hair and scalp. "Nina It." writes: "Please advise me what to taKe to overcome extreme thin ness. My arms and bust have no de velopment and my face Is so thin that It U positively, homely, although my fea tures are regular. Answer Many ladles would be mucl more beautiful it they were somowha fleshier, and as an increased weight is possible It la the duty of every woman to U always at her best. Begin taking three grain hypo-nuclane tablets, which are obtained in sealed cartons with di rections, and continue until your weight la satisfactory. Frequently a two months' treatment adds IS to 3) pounds, besides adding more color to the cheeks and lips una a sparicie oi neaitn to tne eyes. "Mrs. O." writes: "Kindly publish again the prescription for rheumatism which you gave to 'Ted." some time ago. SHEEP MEN ARE OPTIMISTIC Union Pacifio Agent Finds Them Enthusiastic Over Outlook. WILL ADOPT NEW METHODS To Sleet Necessities at Chanel ntr . Times Floelunastera Will In nujcnrate Store Econom ies! Systems. General Freight Agent Lane of the Union Pacific Is back from the two con ventions of sheep raisers and wool grow ers, held at Choyenne and Salt Lake, re'- rpectlvely. and designates the meetings as the best ever held, cy the men Inter ested In the sheep and wool Industry. At both tho Cheyenne and Salt Lake meetings Mr. Lane says the sheep men were unusually enthusiastic and optimis tic feeling was apparent on every hand. It was generally agreed that the new tariff would have a tendency to reduce wool prices, and at the same time It was agreed that In order to meet the com petition that tariff reduction is likely to bring about flockmastcra ot the west must adopt more modern methods In caring tor their sheep and their products. In order to give such methods a start at the Salt Lake meeting James Cosgrlff, looked upon as tho sheep king of Utah, announced that at his own expense ho proposed to bring experts from Australia to teach the Utah flockmasters lessons In handling sheep and packing wool for the market, believing thereby that ho would bo ablo to reduce the cost of pro duction and at tho same time raise the grade of tho product. Key to the Situation Bee Advertising. Ilnffnlo Federals Incorporate. ALBANY, N. Y., Jan. 24. The Buffalo Federal League Base Ball company was Incorporated here today. The capital stock Is 3200,000. WM. ItOSWELTi TAYLOR Thousands of families throughout thn country are never without Svrun PeDsln In the house, among them Mrs. W. A. layior, 717 Lincoln Ave., Belolt, Wis. She has five children and elves Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin to all of them as needed. Little William used to cry halt the night with cramps and pain, but since being given Syrup Pepsin he does so no longer. The use ot this rem edy will teach you to avoid cathartics, salts, purgatives and physics generally as they are entirely too harsh. Syrup Pepsin cures gradually, but the cure Is comfortable, safe and permanent. Families wishing to try a free samnle bottle can obtain It postpaid by address ing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 419 Washington St.. Montlcello. III. A Doatal card with your name and address on It will do. TheDoCTOR PVICE fjPr. Zem's JBaAor- The questions answered below are gen eral In character, the symptoms or dis eases are given and the answers will apply to any case of similar nature. Those wishing further advice, tree, may address Dr. Lewis Baker. Colleen nirto- College-Elwood 8ts Dayton, O.. enclos ing Beii-auareBsea stamped envelope lor reply. Full name and address must be given, but only Initials or fictitious name will be used In my answers. The pre scriptions can be filled at any well stocked drug store. Any druggist can order of wholesaler. Answer: I shall be very glad to repeat the formula. Get at the drue atom th following Ingredients and mix yourself, miuuK a teaspooniui at meal times ana at bedtime: Iodide of potassium, 2 drams; Buuium salicylate, arums; wine oi col chloum, one-halt oz.; comp. essence cardlol, 1 oz.; comp. fluid balmwort, 1 oz.; and syrup sarsaparilla, S ozs. This Is my favorite prescription for rheuma tism. . .. "Charlotte" writes: "Some time ago you answered through your columns toll ing "Marie" how to cure bad couarh and cold. Will you kindly repeat the formula?" Answer. I shall be very glad to repeat the formula tor you. Get from your drug gist a 2V4 oz. package ot essence mentho laxene and mix with honey or homemade sugar syrup and take according to direc tions given on the bottle. This is a very mild laxative and will surely overcome your cold in a few davs at moat. It l absolutely harmless and very pleasant to vaive. " "P. B." writes: "What can you pre scribe to relieve dyspepsia, which annoys me very much? I have pains and heavy tumpllko feeling after eating, sour lis Ings, nausea, etc. Answer: A three-course treatment, trl opeptlne tablets, is verv ffntiu i re lieving and permanently overcoming stom ach distress due to indigestion. age and observing that my nervous sys tem Is in bad shape, I write for a pre scription. I do not gain strength from my food, am weak, listless, forgetful, sleepless at times, tired, and unable to act the part of a strong man of health, such as I was at one time." Answer: Get from a well-stocked phar macy a sealed tube of 3-graln cadomeno tablets, which are especially made for 7" - ......... ..o Marmieos, re juvenating tonic Astonishing and pleas- nih iciuui luuow anu me ana nope are .tM.r"; . c'. fi- w""e: 1 am Informed that J have kidney trouble and that It is fast approaching a serious stage. What would you prescrlbeT" Answer: If your symptoms are the usual ones, such as puffs under tho eyes, swelling ankles, scant, copious or foul RTTIlllnir Ilr4n unnninlinnt..! . . 1 1 - .... w , HbvVllipiUUCU UJ II CUll - aches, pains, depression, fever, chills. r ...... i . . . . - t . . ' . nuu.u uvse ma unnicuiaie use of balmwort tablets, a very tine remedy for such difficulties, sold In scaled tubes with full directions tor self administra tion. "Mr, TtA V" . .Lr. 4.T .... u ask you how one can reduce tho weight. oi iuv lai&c, auu lam summer suf fered on account ot excessive fat. Can you advise a remedy, harmless and safe?" 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