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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1911)
T1IK UF.K: OMAHA, SATUHPAY, NOVUM HUH 25, 1911.
WE ARE NOW LIVING
IN VERHAPID STYLE
Li Had Bosh for Success Nature's
Limitations Are Exceeded.
THE RESULT SPELLS SICKNESS
Specialists Waa Are Introdaclngt
Hew Dlirutrrr at Loral Dri(
Store Give Many Reason
for -NrrTonn Debility
"The sooner the city man roaches a
tate of mind that keeps constantly be
fore Mm. as a living, . active, Impelling
forco the fact that good health means
real happiness, the better oft he will be,"
say the specialists who are here to in
troduce the remarkable new tonic, "Tona
"A great majority of those who have
called at the drug store to have us ex
plain the nature of jur prcparntlon," con
tinued one of these specialists, "have
frankly said that they wore suricniw
from nervousness and were all run down,
with no cnrgy or ambition. These ymp
tonis Inulcute only one thing, and that U
that they arc suffering with the same
trouble that-affects more -than one-half
of the population.
"We are now living In a fast ace. A
high state of civilization makes us ani
bitious, and In our mad rush to achieve
success wo find ourselves carelessly ex
ceeding nature's limitations. We do not
top for repairs until our conditions are
serious and alarming, and we can not go
any further along. . Finally, In the grasp
of debility, we lose our ambition and In
its place assume a state of languor, de
cline and depression.
"Nervous debility is a miserable and
most dreaded condition of the body., The
ergons are all disordered and nine times
ut of ten the system needa a completo
rejuvenation. Nerve food ' is required,
new blood' is needed, and buoyant spirits
are necessary to make us feel that we
are once more in a healthy original con
dition. "We have a preparation that .will ac
complish this very thing. 'Tona Vita",
will relieve those suffering from such
complaints as nervousness, stomach and
bowel trouble, poor digestion, headaches,
pains in the back, constipation, poor cir
culation, cold feet, depression and de
spondency. The preparation la pleasant
to take, its effect is -immediate and It
proves a lasting source of benefit and
"Those of the public, whether man or
woman, who are debilitated, can see us
between the hours of 9 a. m. and 0 p. m,
at Brandels Drug Dept., 16th and Douglas
fits., south side main floor.
"A free trial will be given to the flr3t
five hundred callers, provided their symp
toms Bhow them to be sufferers from
nervous debility." Adv. '
Sahlin Perfect Form
and Corset Combined
OMAHA MAY BE OIL CENTER
Wyoming Oil Men Ask for Help to
WOULD BUILD WAREHOUSE HERE
Are Ilnlldla Refinery at rasper
and Bar They Would Make
Omaha Distributing t en
ter for Ontput.
That the Franco-Wyoming OH company.
operating In the Salt creek fields near
Casper, Wyo., proposes to make Omaha
Its distributing point and erect a large
warehouse here, was the statement of
two representatives of the company to the
special committee appointed by the
Omaha Commercial club to encourage
any development In Wyoming oil fields
that may be advantageous to Omaha.
The men are Leon J. A. l'hllpott of
Casper, Wyo.. assistant general manager,
and Frederick Palathe, Ph. D. The Com
mercial club's committee Is composed of
O. W. Wattles, John I.. McCague. F. D.
Wead and E. A. Benson, oil of whom
were present at the conference except
Mr. Uenson, he being In Florida.
Mr. l'hllpott and Dr. fcalathe asked the
assistance of the Commercial club In pre
senting to the I'nlon Taclflc and North
western rallronds the need of an estab
lished rate on oil' from the Palt creek
fields to Omaha. The special committee
will present the matter to the executive
committee, with the probability that the
oil company will get the assistance it
The committee has already built a
forty-mile pipe line to Casper, on the
Northwestern, and Is now bulldlns a re
finery there. It has plans for a pipe line
to Medicine Bow, Wyo., according to Mr.
l'hllpott, which will give it an outlet by
the Union Pacific.
The company has from France all the
money It needs for the development of
the business, says Mr. Phllpott, and does
not ask Americans to buy a dollar's
worth of stock. He says It controls the
entire field and now has thirty-eight
wells, flowing or developed.
If tho proper railroad rates are made,
according to Mr. Phllpott. he can put on
the market in Omaha a distillate that
will afford a fuel for manufacturing pur
poses cheaper than any aver used here.
Omaha Is the logical distributing center
for several states for the Wyoming oil,
say the representatives of the company,
and they wish to build a large warehouse
for storing their distillate and other
We Specialize Kuppenheimer, Schlosa Bros., Stein-Dloch and Society Brand Clothes
We Are Exclusive Agents far Senile
$1.50 to 5.00
Mall Orders Promptly Filled.
WEINLANDER & SMITM
31T SOUTH 16TH.
South Omaha Live
Stock Men to See
Game at Lincoln
The live stock Interests if South
Omaha will be strongly represented, as
usual, at the big game In Lincoln. Ar
rangements have been made for a special
train to carry the South Omaha1 sports
to Lincoln and back. The train will
leave ThIrty-sUth and L streets. South
maha, Saturday ' morning at 8 o'clock,
hen It Is expected 150 men will be on
, and for the trip to see Nebraska and
. . lchigan contest on the gridiron.
A special jseat section has been re
el ved by the live stock and commission
nen, whol will be armed with pennants,
canes, megaphones and noise makers of
. n i lous kinds. ...Last . year- the South
muha bunch was the liveliest at the
,aino and from the moment they arrived
a Lincoln until they came home they
iept things . humming. A visit to the
-,'el'ranka Farm school is part of the an
.iual stunt of the live stock men and they
ire always warmly welcomed In Lincoln.
For 25c The Bee, evening and
at the Sheep Show
The only flook of Dartmoor sheep In
Hie United States, owncd-by John Raw
iiigs of Forest, 'Ont., will be shown at
lie Mld-Wlnter Sheep show In Omaha
cut month. Mr. Ilawlings will bring fifty
heep, ten of which are Dartmoors, which
.ave been sold to the University of
Vyomlng and which, will be delivered to
aat school after the Omaha show. The
.beep show management will make a
special class, that 'Mr. Rawlings may
enter his Dartmoors. .
Sunday, delivered at your home Big Return.. - tTsa
YVT I T vve strongly recommend
VV Pflk I aIITICI AVer's Cherry Pectoral We
yv cun Ajuuyz hkw itprevcntsprotects
soothes. What does your doctor recommend? Take only
the medicine he approves. Trust him every time: f
This Store Stands Unrivaled Today As y
tl TTT7 1 - fVHa;
Not Only the Biggest, But tho Best of Its Kind
THIS enviable position has been attained by reason of MERIT, on the
basis of winning and holding public favor; the record-breaking vol
ume of business for the year 1911 so far, is unquestionable endorsement by the great
mass of the clothing buyers; valucivin& has been an important factor in this store's progres
sion; but, above that a store service of the highest efficiency, merchandise of so high a stand
ard, prices that have no comparison, as to establish absolute confidence and at all times, a spirit
of friir dealing in every transaction. . y
Greatest Overcoat Stock
You will sec in this store every imaginable style of
overcoats that are considered the proper thing Raglans,
Ulsters, Great Coats, Slip-ons, Belted Overcoats, Norfolk
Overcoats, Box or Body Tracing Overcoats, Fur Collared
Overcoats, Fur Lined Overcoats. The whole range of
good models is here. Many distinctive novelties in weave
and style. We offer unmistakable values in Overcoats at
and Fur Lined Overcoats up to $250.00.
. . i... .; .' .- r ..." .."
If you nro contem
plating buying a fur
cap, bco ours first,
na tho stock is the
largest and most
complete in Omaha.
Seal 8kin, Coney and
Muskrnt are the fav
orites $1.50 to $18.00
Imported and domestic cloth caps in Eng
lish Golf, Togos, Brightons, etc
at 50c to $1.50
K. A. Mallory's "Cravenette" hats, all
styles and dimensions $3.00
Jno. White & Co., London, guaranteed non
breakable stiff hats $3.00
.'' V.' ' i', . "'i'-eh
Another lot of broken line of Boys' Russian
Dlouse and Sailor Blouse Suits, worth up to
.00; on sale Saturday at $2.05
Broken lines of Boys' Overcoats and - Double
Breasted Suits, worth up to $6.00; on sale Sat
urday at ...k............. ..... .33.45
FRANCIS INDICTED FOR FRAUD
Typewriter Man Accused of tf&ing
' Mails in His Peculations.
BILL COVERS FIFTEEN COUNTS
Chamrd with Sellln Macblnea to
Individual at Foil Price, Re
l porting Thru Hold at
Edmund E. Francis, former manager ot
the Lincoln division of tho Omaha branch
office of the Underwood Typewriter com
pany, who waa Indicted on fifteen counts
by the apeclal federal grand Jury, has
been arrested by the United State mar
shal at LJncoln and 1 being held In the
county jail there In default of 13,000
Francla la alleged to have worked a
scheme to defraud the company through
the malls and the government officials
have cited fifteen Instance in whrfli he
Is alleged to have cheated his employers.
Francis' scheme waa to send In orders
for typeyrlters which he claimed he had
sold to business colleges and schools,
which are given a low rate benauso of
the amount of advertising the machine
gets by reason of the number cf new
persons who become acquainted with its
Pockrls the Difference.
The typewriters thus secured were sold
by Francis ot the full rate to individual
purchasers, which Is something over $10
more than the special school rates. This
money the manager of the Lincoln
branch Is said to have kept for his own
use. In his reports he used the names
of schools that do not exist. He will be
tried some time in April.
The Francis case and the case against
John Aiken, Indicted for using the
malls to defraud, wore the most Im
portant to come before the special grand
Jury for Investigation. John Walroth, C.
A. Henderson and James Sullivan, who
were Indicted for introducing liquor on
Indian reservations, pleaded guilty and
they were taken to the Iiavenwortn
penitentiary with Alfred Slnnet, the
youth sentenced several weeks ago for
forging an Indorsement to a postal money
More Names Placed
on Call for the Taf t
Meeting in Omaha
One hundred additional name were
placed on the list for a call for a Taft
meeting In Omaha, making a total of 600
names on the list. Following are the new
W. J I. Hatteroth, C. Y. Smith,
Franli Crawford, J. E. George.
F. I'. Marnonnlt, H. N. Howes.
A. A. Kendltr, Charles C. Helden,
Kdward T. lleyden. C. 11. Helden,
M. 11. Palmqulst, O. A. Wilson,
U.MMIUU niPILI inv'SMt ligiuMf ''aai ""V
clothes ran't be good unless they are expensive. We prove
that clothes can be good and at the same time inexpensive.
ANY SUIT OR
made to your
n x rr i.
YOUR WINTER SUIT or O'COAT
MUST BE MADE TO ORDER.
Picture In your mind Just the kind of a
Suit or Overcoat you want, then come to
us. We save you at least $10.00. Why
pay $25.00, $30.00 or $36.00. Our price U
made to your individual measure and
UNION MADE at that.
Your money refunded If not satisfactory.
No extra charge
for fancy pocket,
coata. fancy cuffs
on sleeves cuffs
vn trousera or ex
tra length o'co
Northwest Corner 15th' and Harney,
OOWCZZ. BLVrrS STOBB, 4 09 W. Broadway.
N. J. Belme,
John It. Btine, s
J. E. Cramer,
W. F. Kellogg,
C. F. Mi-Grew,
J. C. Pulver,
M. 11. llnrbank,
J. C. Kruger,
Albert M. t. arson,
I j. D. Callahan,
A. B. Biiri-h,
Harry N. I.usk,
F. K. Bollard,
R. W. Baker,
W. A. YonBen,
L. D. Miller.
J. T. Shanahan.
Dr. Frederick Macon,
Ieslte H. Kranx,
K. S. Bwartzel,
J. It. Bell.
J. K Hall,
(. L. Hoffman,
T. B. Uysart,
N. G. Thompson,
J. A. Kebagn,
M. O. Hhune.
C. Z. Gould.
T. A. JohiiNon,
V. F. King,
I. A. Medlar,
J. M. Ulllln,
MANY CAUGHTIN LAND DEALS
Omahans Invest Money in Worthless
PUHCHASER3 CO INTO COURT
Demand that Com pan r Be Compelled
to Live I p to Contract Made
with Those Who Iloa-ht
Charles Cum trigs,
lw T. Etter,
T. J. O'Neil,
U. K. Happ,
U C. Uibon,
U. 11. Brewer,
U. M. Hi-evee,
(). V. Iteeves,
H. B. hlt'Kelt,
T. M. Conway,
W. f. Adktns,
J. W. Gulllon,
C. O. T. Tobin,
F. A. Cressey,
W. A. Berry.
Z. B. L'dall,
O. K. Bruce,
J. A. Hull.
N. K. Carter.
K. ii. Howlalld,
F. J. Tralnor,
John C. Klha,
Ueorgo VV. Roberts,
J. J. Kaspar,
James 1. Bush,
H. W. Heed,
Several Omaha men were "stunx." one
of them fur $2,000, by the operations ol
the Florida Fruit Land company,, whoa,
lands In the Florida everglades In Dmi
and Palm Beach counties are tied up b.
a suit In United States circuit court a.
Trustees representing- 12,000 purchasers
J ask the court to prevent any further
Bales or payments on past sales until
the company haa compiled with Its prom
ises to purchasers.
It would take an airship, the plaintiffs
aay, to set to some of the land, which J.
B, Bolles, organizer of the company,
bought at ti an acre and Is selling at lib.
Payments by purchasers were to be made
through a period of two years, at the
end of which time the company guaran
teed the state would have drained the
Land Still Untrained.
Every purchaser was given, a town lot
in ProgroKso, far out In the grassy
marshes. The company has paid to stock
holder all it ha received from purchaa-
ers, the plaintiff allege, and baa done
nothing toward draining the land.
They aay that Bolles sold 180.000 acres
of his holdings for $800,000, more than
enough to pay for the entire 1,000,000 acres
he bought. The company Is a Colorado
company, with headquarter In Kansas
AT rOdNTAINa.HOTKLS.OR RkaEWNCRS)
v Gat the
Original .nd Genuine
MALTED HI I Lit
The Food Drink f orAll Ag es
RICB MILK. MALT CRAM EXTRACT, IK P0WDU
Not in any Mflk Trust
I Insist on MHORLICK,S8
Child from Fire
Fire breaking out at 8 o'clock yueterday
morning destroyed the home1 of Roy
Sweeny, Belleuve boulevard and Chand
ler's crossing, and but for the timely
ai rival of a passing mnn would have
burned the Infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Sweeny, who was asleep in an upper
The fire Htarted In the upstairs portion
of the houbo while Mr. and Mrs. Hweeny
were In the, kltrhcn eating breakfast. A
man driving past w Ith a load of hay no
ticed the f!umen IsHiiins from the roof
und run Into the houe and called Mr.
and Mrs. Kweuny's attention to the fire.
Mrs., tiweeny ruuhed upstairs and can led
the baby out of the room aa the fire
broke throunh the partitions of the room.
The bouse was the properly of the Wolfe
estate. The loss on the building and
furniture will amount to about ,$t,100,
which Is Inmired for $'i00.
ASK TO SEE OUR
SOME TRUST COMPANIES
HAVE CHANGED NAMES
All the coni erna In Omaha that Include
the word "trust" In their name and are
not strictly trust companies have either
changed their name or are preparing to
change, In compliance with the new Ne
braska trust company law.
The Prairie Trust company has changed
It nam to the Prairie Park company
and the Midland Guarantee and Trust
company lias given, notice that It will
take a new name. The PeUrs Trust com
pany, the First Trust company and the
City Trust company are the only con
cerns now authorlted to use the word
"trust" in their name.
Don't let stomach, liver nor kidney
trouble down you. when you can quickly
down them with Klectrlo Bitter. Wo.
For salo by Beaton Drug Co.
Matinee 2:80 Tonight 81 15
ta Sis Tremendous loooes
"A rOOi VXXBJi WAS."
ITS STOAT rom TbTBKB DATS
VSCIAIi VUZI, MATIKCB
One of these
Is yours If 70a will secure two
subscriptions to weekly
WHO m.AM Maa
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W, i 1
PerKlstent Advertising 1 the Road to
Its Beneficial Effects;
Always Buy the Genuine
m srsKn. m m w nM. M
Sold by oil leading
One5ize Only, MM o Doillo
MOVING PICTURE SHOW
ON WEST FARNAM STREET
Edward F. Klley has closed the contract
with A. P. Tukey A Bon for the erection
of a moving picture theater, with a seat
ing capacity of 650 oh the east thirty
feet of Riley's ground at the southeast
corner of Twenty-sUth and Farnain. It
will be leaned by A. O. Clune.
Persistent Advertising Is tha Road to
Drink Craving Dsstroyed
No more terrible affliction can come
to any home than the craving for strong
drink of husband and fathnr. We aptwal
to wives, mothers and sisters to save
the huabaiid and father or brother wltb
Orrlnn, a oiiruinu treatment.
oitKINK Is prepared in two forms: No,
1, aeoiet trealuinnt. a powder, absolutely
tasteless and odoilcss, given amretly in
fuod or dnuk: ( urine No. t. In pill form,
Is f r thoee who duxire to lake voluntary
treatment. OUKINK cot only 1 J0 a
box. Call at our store for a free book
list, telling all about this meritorious
article, which we have been selling fot
a number of years.
Hherman at McConmll Drug Co., lth
and loljfe, and itili and Farnain, Ml-t
N. 10th bt., Owl uiug Co., it,m ana itar
AsUKN ENGUSI CRAN0 OPEkA 10.
Tonight X.nola SI Lsmsuraoor
Bat. Mat. The Tale of Koffmaaa
Bat. Might n TrOTator
KIXT BUBTBAY All, Will
Popular Matinee Wed. and Bat,
Xxtra Mat. ThanksgiTlng Say
BABY MINE .
Dueot From a Bolld Tear's Sua at
Daly's Theater, slew York.
g rloes a bo to S1.SO
Home of ramlly Barlesqua,
Mat. SUO. Jllgbt Si30. Best Beat' SOe
NEW CENTURY GIRLS
Ladles' Dally Matinee. Any Beat 100.
Chorus tilrls' Couiuai lonikiit.
Beautiful Silver Tea Hpoon pre
nented to each lady attending the
la4e' l'iiiie Mat. today. Tomor
row Mat., Hat Pius. Amateur
Tonight and All Week, Mat. Tuss,
Thursday and Hatnrday
miens a so oslt
MIBB IV A 1-Aaio and the
- WOOOWAKD STOCK OOMArT
"ARE YOU A MASON"
Next Weak aiorlou Betsy."
Tllia -UY MISSION CLOCK
of black flemished kiln
dried urn wan ralaed metal
numerala, laiga brass peuduluui
uluk and ornaiiittiiiai aide weight,
cup bell atrlkea the half Lour
and catnedral song on the hour.
biZK Is yours si ua mss
iuic to you. .
A Superb Xmaa GlfU
A 1'erfect Tiinekeoper
A UandMome object of American
art, suitable fur the lineal noma
If we hetu- from you before Nov.
Ii. tills cluck will be shipped Uvo.
1. build us your name and ad
dress and we will tell you what
to do, to get Ik It i worth iua
WRITS TOKZOXT TO
MISSHN CLOCK DEPT.
Blau Building, Borantoa, Fa.
OKABA'B TVm CZSTTBK'1
Another tlM) Attraetloa at Oar Vrloee
STAR ANil CARTER SHOW
tXTSATlOAStt AID YAUDBYrn.!
liurry lister Mason; Kloise Matthews
Jack Conway Buperlor t:aat; The Aviat
ing "Kagie A '"rl," nights over audi
ence; Loluter Hij. Chorus.
Xadlee Pima Matinee Every Week Day
V w V - "Xa. A-144,
Matinee Today 2:15
Note: Early Curtain Saturday
Night, 8:15 SUarp,
Cured in One Day
A few doses of Munyon'a Cold Rem.
edy will break up any cold and prevent
pneumonia. It relieve the head, throat
and lungs almost Instantly. Price iii
cent at any druggist's, or sent postpaid.
If you neud Medical Advice write ta
Munyons Doctor. They will carefully
dlugnose your case and give you advice,
by n.ail absolutely free on any disease.
Ud and Jefferson 81., Philadelphia, pa.
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