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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1911)
TllK Hi:!:: OMAHA. MONDAY. DKCT.MHKtt IS. 1011.
G. H. GRISW3LD SAYS
hEULTS ftEKE hUNbERFUtt.
Enthusiasm Prevails Where Remark
able Preparation is Introduced.
THOUSANDS SEEK HELP OFFERED
Great Amaiil of Ood la Betas; Ao.
eaaapllahed In I Mted States, aa
Well aa In Foreign Coaa
trlee, by Netr Method,
"I have been a sufferer from Indlges
tlon and stomach trouble for sosne time
past." said Mr. Q. H. Orlswold of IOCS
South Eighteenth street, city, recently.
"There were times when I could eat
nothing but liquid foods," continued ho,
"and even this would form gaa on my
stomach. I Buffered from extreme spell
of dizziness and steep gave me no benefit.
I would awaken In the morning Just as
tired and worn out as when I retired at
nlKht. I was very nervous end frequently
had palpitation of the heart I had no
vitality, leit droopy and tired most of
the time; in fact, I was very badly run
"I had tried several kinds of medicines
and had lost hope of ever getting to be
a well man again. A friend advised mc
to try Tona Vita,' and I began a regular
treatment with the new medicine. It
seems to soothe my stomach and acts as
a tonlo for my entire system. It has
built me up In every way. I am now In
better health than I have been In years
and give all tredlt to Tona Vita.' "
"Mr. Griswold's was a pronounced case
of nervous debility which Is likely to be
found existing In any Omaha ' family."
skid one of the specialists Bent here to
Introduce "Tona Vita," In discussing the
matter later. "Half of the people of
Omaha find life a burden and have little
ro.il happiness as a result of this modern
malady," continued this specialist.
"Such people, and there are lota of
them, have uncertain appetites, poor
digestion, uneasy sleep, little ambition
and they feel too tired for the simplest
work most of the time. They suffer with
timidity, have no Initiative, are droopy
and haven't enough good, rich blood In
their veins to make them capable or self,
reliant. Their nerves are pitched to such
a high tension that they Imagine them
selves afflicted with various diseases at
different times. The real trouble with
them Is debility, produced by the strain
of the modem city life they are forced to
lead. There Is little of this ailment among
the people of the country, the freedom of
which permits them to observe nature's
" 'Tona Vita' will remove this distressing
condition. If it falls to prove satisfac
tory It costs nothing, as the medicine
must do the work or we don't want money
, The specialists are at Brandels Stores
t)rug department. Sixteenth and Douglas
treets, south side, main floor, from a
m. to 6 p. m., where they will meet the
publlo for a limited time,
i Enthusiasm continues to prevail gen
erally where the new product called
"Tona Vita" has been used. The great
amount of good which seems to have
been accomplished Is the cause of con
siderable excitement by those who have
Been Its wonderful work. Case after cast
of people who were comparatively nervous
wrecks and those who have been sufferers
from stomach trouble for years have
ticen reported and the results of "Tona
Vita" were said to have been astonishing
In needy every case. Adv. ,
1 0,0 0 0
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subscriptions to a weekly
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'AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Rock Island Said to Be Ready to
Build Bridge Iato City.
ENGINEERS BUSY ALONG RIVER
lei Jed Sokol I'lana to Have Rla
Celebration on New Year's
Mxkt Miior Writes
It is probable that within the next year
a new bridge will be erected over the
Missouri river In that section of South
Omaha lying between O street and the
county line. The bridge It Is understood
will be erected by the Hock Island road,
in order to bring the cattle and stock
from Iowa directly Into theV Union Stock
From the Information that could be
gleaned such a bridge will cost In the
neighborhood of Sl.000,000.
Six or seven years ago congressional
provision for such a bridge was obtained '
by Congressman David Mercer. A year
ago the permission was extended. For a
while many of the residents of South
Omaha feared that the proposition had
Engineers came and went, after doing
some little part of the survey work. No
one seemed to know for whom the work
was being done. Even as It Is there Is
doubt whether the bridge will finally be
erected by the Stock Yards company or
the Rock Island road.
Several weeks ago engineers again In
vaded the territory, and soundings of the
river were taken at points between O
street and the Douglas county line. Later
tree markings and stakes were put In and
the work has been going on quietly ever
since. Property holders In the vicinity
of O street have shown Interest In the
work and sums heavily capitalised busi
ness men are quietly making Inquiries
along the line of the proposed right-of-way
between the river and O street and
the Union Stock yards.
One real estate man yesterday spoke
confidently of the new bridge and de
clared that the proposed crossing would
be built by the Rook Island railroad,
which now has an entry to Omaha only
by way of Council Bluffs. The truth of
the statement seems to be borne out by
the fact that for some weeks engineers
have been making a survey In the western
section of the city that lies between L
street south to the territory Immediately
below the county line. This Is said to
be the right-of-way for the Rock Island
railroad, which at present uses the tracks
of the Union Pacific In order to get In
and out of Omaha. The Rock Island has
shown a disposition to make extensive Im
provements within the near future and
the proposed bridge and main line that
will affect South Omaha are looked upon
as something entirely probable.
Child's Bank Disappears.
Orvllle and Hazel Backus, who reelde
with their mother at the residence of
Charles Hatcher. Thirtieth and Q streets,
will not be able to bribe a visit from
Santa Claus because the little bank In
which they kept their pennies was taken
by a thief who Is said to be Leo Gallagher,
an erstwhile boarder at the Hatcher
Penny by penny-the little ones had
saved up 63 cents In all. Childishly they
dreamed of the coveted toys that were
to be purchased with the money. Dally
they waited for Christmas and the com
ing of Old Santa.
Instead Gallagher Is charged with hav
ing taken the bank and the money.
Gallagher only recently was given a sus
pended Jail sentence of fifteen days for
taking $1.50 from a restaurant In the
neighborhood of Cudahy's plant on Thirty
third street i ' .
Later he Is said to have beaten his
board bill at the Hatcher home. Judge
Ciallanan has given orders that Gallagher
be brought In an made to serve the rest
of his sentence.
New Year's for Tel Jed Sokol.
Tel Jed Sokol, the local Bohemian
Turner association, Is preparing for a
big celebration on New Tear's day. The
celebration la planned to extend from
early afternoon until late at night when
the exercises will close with a big dance.
Strict orders have been Issued by the
officers of the association as to the re
quirements for admission on that oc-
', caslon. All the members, men and
women, are required to De In uniform.
The girls will be given the preference on
the program and will do their turns early
In the afternoon. The function will be
held In the Bohemian National hall.
Mayor's Ikrlaimua Letter.
In the Interest of the poor and needy
of the city. Mayor Trainer yesterday is
Bued a letter to the business men and
public of the city generally. In the
mayor's letter emphasis Is put on the fact
that there are deserv.ng poor who do not
come under the class subject to the dole
of public charity. The Intention of the
; mayor and those Interested in the matter
is to render assistance to puor families
l much in the same way as the Elks do.
; ihe following Is the mayor's letter:
To the Public: Any citizen or business
concern In the city of South Omaha who
desires to donate something in the way of
a enrmtmas gut to tne neeay ana poor
peopie of our city, something In the way
of clothing, poultry or fcod, toys or any
thing that will help to make Christmas
merry for the poor, will be received at
the city hall. If any of the parties desir
ing to contribute to this cause cannot
spare the time to deliver said presents,
call the city hall by phone and we shall
send a messenger after same.
There are many people in our city of
whose circumstances the average busi
ness man or citizen has little or no knowl
edge, people who are actually In need
and are 'too modest to auk for aid. To
this end, therefore, we desire to assist In
making all the needy and poor of our
city nappy at tnis season nr me year.
P. J. TKAINOK. Mayor,
Bar riles of Aporndlrltls.
Joseph Stawaas. the 5-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Kaxlemers Stawnas, died
yesterday morning at St. Joseph's hospl
tal In Omaha, following an operation for
The young lad was taken suddenly sick
Friday and Immediately rushed to the
hospital where an operation was per
formed that afternoon. The funeral will
be held today at 1 o'clock at the family
residence. Fifty-second and L streets, to
St. Francis' church. Interment will be
made In the German Catholics cemetery,
tkristrans at I'oatolflre.
Postmaster Louis F. Etter has made ar
rangements to handle the holiday rush
expeditiously as It is anticipated that the
Christmas run will be exceedingly heavy.
Postoffice employes have been Instructed
to work overtime If necessary so that
there may be no congestion at the local
The rules for Sunday closing have teen
suspended by Postmaster Etter for Sun
day, December 21, and every department
except the money order division will be
open from 10 a. m. until 12 o'clock. "On
Christmas day the office will not te
clobtd until noon. This will give the
I patrons of the office ample opportunity
to receive mew innsimaa packages on
time, as otherwise the carriers would be
overburdened and it would take perhaps
several days to have them delivered.
Probation Officer Paul Marauley gave
out a statement yesterday relative to the
roinplmnia made ntinlnM U' Inl'iiiiK -ment
of tie child lahir 1kv In the
Wiraters of tho city.
Miiraulrv rays he h;is Kept ttrtrt
wiiti-h upon tho theater of tho city and
dors nut know of an Infraction of the
Mid labor law. He has not looked upon
amateur night In tho llfcht of mi in
action, but hereafter he proposes f
nilt even Hint concession. "In 611
Jf." said Macauley, "1 will retime to
iturb a business on the mrr complaint
those who have some other purpose to
c. ve other than the fulfillment of the
'. If the labor law la being broken
I want to know It ai.d that means I want
to see jit," concluded ' the probation of
ficer. Ckrlatmaa ilfs.
We have a fine assortment of Toilet
cases, brush and comb. sets, manicure
sets and Infant sets for babies. Melcher
Drug company, 418 N. 2lth St., So. Omaha.
Maulc CHr Drtefs.
Dr. .1. A. Hoaltlft of Lincoln Is the guest
of Mr. and Alts. N. M. Graham.
Open Kwiunm-This store will be open
evenings the week be. ore Xmiis. i'ressey.
Mrs. R. E. Kchlndel Is vlsltina her
mother, Mrs. Childs of Atlantic, la.
Holiday Slippers A selection for men.
Indies and children that will please you.
Men's plippeis, iSc to 12 pair, tana or
black. omen s fine felt slippers, many
colors, GOc to $1.75 pair. Cressey.
The carpenters' union will hereafter
meet In the Red Men hall, the old labor
J. Krause. who has been confined to
his bed for the last week. Is reported
as somewhat Improved.
The KIiirs Daughters of the First Pres.
byterlan church will serve noonday
dinner at the church next Wednesday.
rtpvciai iTices fieaae. see the men s
shoes we are selling for IL00, IJ.M1 and
fct.OO; also the ladies' fine cult button
shoes at $2.26 pair. Cressey.
M. Yost. Jeweler, new location. 417 N.
The llterarv department of the I.ltemrv
Century club will hold Its general busi
ness meeting at the library tiall Tuesday
Mrs. W. n. Tang. IBIS North Twenty-
sixth street, entertained Inlormally at
whist Wednesday afternoon. Two tables
of players were present.
After a three weeks' illness at the South
Omaha hospital, William Nush of the
united states postoffire force, was re
moved to his home Saturday.
New Shoes Just received for the ladles
another lot of those fine hlirti toe, patent
or calf, button shoes. Prices: iC0. 13.00
and $3.60 pair. Cressey.
The Mothers' Self Culture rltih met FYi.
day with Mrs. Byron Clow, 2f22 E street.
They were favored with a talk on "Story
Tening" ty Mrs Axtell or Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Zadock II. ("lurk and
amity, for many years residents of the
southern part of this city, have removed
10 Houston, Tex., where they will make
their future home.
Mrs. Harry Fenner has returned from
Fremont considerably elated over the
prises won by her at tne chicken show
held last week. Mrs. Fenner Is especially
proud of the record of her White Rocks.
Boys' Shoe All solid leather, good style.
good wear; special values until Xmaa
$1.60 pair. Cressey the Shoemun.
We have safety rasnrs from tl no to
$6.60 each. Just the thing for an Xmas
present for a boy lit to 18 years or the
husband they can all use them. Melcher
Drug company, 418 N. 24th St., So. Omaha.
A parliamentary drill conducted bv .wis
Edward Johnson, was given at the meet
ing of the Women's Christian Temperance
union, held Tuesday afternoon at tho
home of Mrs. Arthur Howe. 1616 North
Phone Bell South r Independent F-
lSt for a case of Jetter Gold Tod. Prompt
delivery to any part of city. William
Mrs. Harry Bennett entertained Friday
at a 12:30 luncheon. Covers were laid for:
Meadames J. B. Culver. W. B. Routt,
Harris. Shalnholts. J. Williams. Charles
Grunt, Omaha Albert Martin, A. 1. Ma
jors, O. L. Hessner, Charles Cllne, Dr.
Kelley and Miss Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Graham enter
tained at dinner Saturday evening, when
plates were placed for Mrs. F. C. Brvant
of Omaha and tJuperlntendent John
fepeedy ami wife and little sons. Charles
and Donald, of Benson.
Harry C. Jorgensen. Infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. P. Jorgensen, Forty-second and
iv streets, died Friday morning at the
home of his parents. The tuner al will
be held this morning at the larnlly resi
dence to Laurei Hill cemetery.
To Every Woman In South Omaha and
Vicinity There la a Xmas present wait
ing tor you at tne Hcnmoi.er at Mueller
Piano company's store, 431 N. 24th St..
South Omaha. Store open evenings.
The Friday Luncheon Bridge club met
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. L. M.
Ird, 1001 North Twenty-second street,
i hose present were Me.sdaines Thomus
Parker, D. L. Holmes, Byron Clow, H.
Mailing, Corey Bulla, F. Prucka, Oeorge
Davis, Berlinger of Omaha, Furrier of
Omaha, Kldrldge, L. M. Lord and J. G.
No. 7111 American Federation of Labor,
took In ten school Janitors Friday night
at the meeting held In the Red Mens'
hall. Within a few days the rest of the
school mechanics will be affiliated with
the union. The members of the organisa
tion project a dance at Franek'a hall on
the night of December 24.
Miss Ada Rayner, 2215 F street was
hosiers for the U. B. N. club Friday
evening. Those present were: Misses Mar
Ka ret Carley, Cornelia Engle. Louise Brat
ton, Marie Ulynn, inex Lovejoy, Namo
Byrnes, Ada Jrluyner; Messrs Dor Mc
Bride. William Burrows, Howard Kir
gers, Harold Lee, Joe Connors, Ralph
layior and rvanK jvagei.
Expert watch repairing at Yost's, 417 N,
Ihe p.oneer Historical society of South
Omaha will hold its first monthly meet
ina of the season on next Tuesday even
log in Library hall, Twenty-third and M
streets. (Some business will be transacted
but a very pleasing and entertaining pro
gram has also been arranged for and e
full attendance Is avc-cled. It la poislblj
Ihe full program of the evening will be
ouiiMsned on Monday.
The following young people enjoyed a
carryall party last faiuiuay evening
Misses Esther Todd, Helen Corr, Mary
Mcculiouch, Edna I'nnip, temma Ander
son and Helen Hum, Measra Runs Philip,
Koy Greer, Paul tShtoids, Edgar Klddoo
Jack Ward and Italph Lyman. At tne
close of the evening they were taken to
the home of Kdar Kicldoo, 911 Norm
Twenty-first street, where refreshments
The Sunflower club gave a luncheon
tVeiinesoay at the home of Mrs. D. G.
Kobu, k!l North Twenty-filth street. The
uiu guesis were Mesdames tl. J. Mc
Cartney. J. C. Talmage. A. O. Ktine,
'. 11. MrlUKhlln. II. Miller and A. M
Fall brother. Club members present were
M.eUames W. II. bhweely, J. II. Stlna.
J. C. Copeland, T. W. Jones, E. Marks,
A. Kodyin. A. J. I'ieraon. I). L. Allen,
w. r , tester and D. u. Robb.
Pennant lodge No. Ifl, Ancient Order
of Lulled Workmen, has elected
,liHfolluwing off.cers la serve for the
coming yer; j'ast master workman K
K. Marshall; master workman, Nels C
Paulsen; foreman, August iscntnitt; over
seer, William Hchniils; recorder, K. E
Gillian; financier, J. L. Kubut: treas'.irer
M. J. Rowley; guide, Frank Price; inner
watchman. W. K. Shumney; outer watch
man, jim Utile; trustee. ius WoruVman
Medical examiners, Drs. Beck, Davis and
Mrs. P. J. Tralnor. 304 South Thirtieth
stieet. was hustcss for the I'topia club
.r.uisuay alteiuoon. Allss Kllza, Iamond
won the guest ulie and Mrs. M. How
U v lie o uo prize. Place were arrarixod
lor MexdameH J . Iiart, rnoinau iornmn,
A. A. Wiivht, John Farrell, J. J Gtllin,
i nomas Mimn, uavio weal tier, itn m
Vui v itappiily, Jon Murphy, J. Calluhan,
t Hsxioy, r reii .Mj.r, ai. Kowixy. Me
Ca tni y. O Uriel , lYIla Burke. M. Fritz
gerald, T. Har.llnt; of Omaha, Marifjn
and p. J. irainor.
Freight Traffic Manager Wood of the
Union Pacific is hack from tho eat to
.-pend the holidays l'i tin- cltv. He hi
Pci n i:i Ihe I -r me ia't rn'inlh
woiklng on freight tcliedules.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry VV. Yules be
at home from 4 tu t o'clock New Vear's
Our assortment of comb and brushes
is complete we can sort you a nice
oiesenl from the--.e for a present for
.iltlier man or won an. If you are looking
n r a comn or nriisn 10 inuicn an old
set, we haw It. Melcher Ding company.
ilED CROSS SEALS GO RAPIDLY
.Jew York Leach in Snle of Stickers,
;0LD IN MANY LOCAL SHOPS
Mrs. Kdholm. State Agent, lilvrs Oat
Ions List f Places la City
Where Stamp May lie
Mrs. K. R. J. Kdholm, state agent for
tho Hed Cross Christmas seals, has re- j
celved a telegram from Phtlip T. Jacobs i
of New York, saying that 2i,0X,iX seals
have been sold already and probably 4u,-'
tOO.OOO will be disposed of before Christ
mas. The proceeds are used In the nation-wide
campaign against tuberculosis.
Without protest from the lostofflce de
partment seals may be put on the back
of all letters and packages. They sell at
1 cent each.
New York leads In the sales thus far.
with Ohio, Wisconsin and Illinois follow
ing. The Nebraska Association for the
Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis Is
offering a prise of a vacuum cleaner to
individuals and schools selling the great
est number of seals. Other state also
offer prlxes for the largest sales.
Following is a list of Omaha merchant
who have the seals on sale:
Karnes pharmacy. Fortieth and Dodge.
Hradtsh Drug store, sixteenth and Lo
Krown Jewelry store, Bouin six
Hee Building newstana, geventeentn ana
John Hath, florist, 1K3 narney.
Kraton, drugs. Fifteenth and Farnam.
Prandeis stores, Hlxleenth and Douglas.
Hennett's. Hlxteenth and Harney.
Hlack, hatter, lOtt Houtli BIMe.mth.
Hnuigeola, Nineteenth and Farnam.
Hoylea college, Klghteenth and Harney,
Hernia I'ark grocery, !U81 Cuming.
Pulfet's, Sift South Fourteenth.
Hurgess-Granden, 1M1 Howard.
Crtssey pharmacy. Twenty-fourth and
Courtney Lunch room, aoventeenin ana
cooney 1'rug store, Bixieenm ana jur-
tha. .... .
Clifton Hill pharmacy, icia Military ave
Robert Dempster, tm.i r arnam.
Milton Darling, 1R11 Farnam.
Donaghue, florist, 107 Farnam.
Dyball Candy store. 1M Douglas.
Douglas Printing company, all South
Krellng ft isteinie, tignteeniii ana .r ar
tlulnter, drugs, imnaee.
Greens Drug store, Park and Wool-
Hoepe, 1M3 uougias.
Huydan Drug company. Sixteenth and
Haines Drug snore, Dixteenm ana
Hufr pharmacy, lieavenwortn ana i n,
Henderson, florist, lols Farnam.
Her Grand pharmacy, Blxtecnth and
Howard, .... , ,
Miss Jonts, 408 City national nana
building. . . .
Jacobs' delicatessen, Kiinmao uu
Farnam. . , .
rUmer Jcnnson, rarK ana iiniivui n.
F.rlo Johnson, Park and Leavenworth.
Kllpatrlck. 1607 Douglas.
Krug theater. Fourteenth and Harney.
Lilliputian basar, 1630 Farnam.
Matthews' Hook Btore, lil tooth Fif
Milton KOgera, lorn iiaroey.
Meyers-IMUon. Sixteenth and Farnam.
Merchants' Drug store, cNxteenlh and
Megtath, 1421 Farnam.
Millard hotel, 'ihirieenth and Douglas.
McVittle, cigars, Fifteenth and Harney.
McCacue Investment company, Fif
teenth and Dodge. ,..,.
Omaha Commercial course, niommiun
trwl Drug company, dixibciuii ki
""pl'el Drug store. Eighteenth and. Far-
, rray. Sixteenth and Howard.
I ... ri f n Xji.I I nwtra.
Pribbenow, drugs, blxteenth and Vin
ton. . , , ,
Home hotel, Bixieemn ana jkik
Kesnlchek. 2711 Leavenworth.
Schmidt Drug store. Twenty-fourth and
baiatoga J-rug store. iwn-wuiui
and Ames. M
K...HI. t-remler. Nineteenth and Douglas.
Hchaefer Drug store, Sixteenth and Ciu
cago. tchaefer Drug store, Fifteenth and
DSheirnan & MoConnell, Sixteenth and
Sherman ft McConnell. under Loyal.
Mieiman ft McConnell, Twenty-fourth
Stewart Beea store,
lan.i'.nl a tore. Mr. Doolev.
Ten-Cent store, McCrory, Sixteenth and
'ihoulecke. wall paper, Twenty-fourth
Thompson ft Belden, Sixteenth and
Lnltt-Docekal Drug company. Seven
leeofh and Farnam.
Mrs. H. A. Walters, B0S-U2 Omaha Na-
V illlams ft Smith, Fourteenth and Far
nam. , .
Walnut Hill pharmacy. Fortieth and
Weintander ft Smith, 117 South Six
Young Men's Christian association,
Seventeenth and ttarney.
Young Women's Christian association,
Seventeei tli and Howard.
T. L Combs.
Hunter urocery store. Twenty-fourth
Kramper Drug store. Twenty-fourth
John Peterson, grocer, Twenty-fourth
Miss Alma Schonlau, cigar stand. Na
tional Fidelity and Casualty building,
i u-eifth and Farnam.
Goldman's phaiinacy, Twenty-fourth
and leaven worth.
Heed Hroa., grocers, 2223 Leavenworth.
Great Western pharmacy, 7J0 South
Kuenne's bakery, (04 South Sixteenth.
Aaron's, Blxteenth and Farnam.
Vt like Grocery store. Fortieth and Far
liar scom Park Drug store, corner Park
Monmouth Park Drug store, Thirty
thud and Ames.
stiausbai aii Lharmacy. 1811 Vinton.
The Sterling, groceries and meats,
Nineteenth and St. Mary's avenue.
Central boulevard pharmacy, 2019 South
Omaha Stationery company, 1W Far
nam. .... ,
King Drug store, Twenty-fourth and
GOV Kit K OK UOOSTg BALH
Kxeeatlve Declares Fight ca Tobtr.
culosle Is Most Important.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., Dec 17. (Special. )-
Governor Aldrlch made the following
"Tuberculosis is rightly considered one
of the greatest menaces to publlo health
today and with the Increase of population
the danger from this terrible dlsoaae be
comes more and more acute. It lias buen
conclusively demonstrated that tubcrcu
losis In the Incipient stages will yield to
treatment and that nothing Is as effec
tive aa pure, fresh air and wholesome
"The most effective way, then, to deal
with tuberculosis Is in tne way of pre
ventative remedies, and tu strike It down
In Its Incipient ttancs before It secures
such a flnn hold on Its victim ss to bo
"The Hed Croas society lias pei-Joini'id
a valuable work In the line of the study
and prevention of tuberculusiu and one
of their methods of raising funds for tho
purpose of carrying on this campaign is
through the tale of Hed Croas Christinas
"At this witun of good cheer, the cltl
xens of our splendid SMto should not for
get the grest buttle that la being waged
on behalf of the unfortunate victims of
this dread malady and the attractive llttlu
Christ nias teals, Indicative of the season
of 'ptace on earth and good will to men'
should :ipel o
1 ilirnuu!) tho tn.i!!
evi i- , ack. p sent
"As c.-off!t'lo president of the Nehi'.is! ;i
I branch of the National Itivl Cross society,
1 hope the good -ttr.eti of Nhrnska will
(respond i.-nierousiy to . the appenl for
Is to csrry on this ereut work
n our own fair state, with Its nn.
tiled climate and Its freedom from
wded ami unsanitary conditions In
grr cities, we have nn approximate
th rate of POO annually from ttihrrrn.
losis and from this It may K readily In
ferred what n terrlbhi tll Is enacted
h year over tho entire Cnited Htntes
from the ravui;oa of tills 'tlrcst White
For High School
The commercial arenrratihv rluna at
the high school will take tin a course of
business tours" as part of their rerular
study after the holidays, visiting the
smelter works, floor mills, factories and'
ether business firms In the city.
The scheme was Inaugurated by Prof,
t C. Rusmlnal. head of tha rommernl.l
department at the school, and all the
visits to the different firms will ha In hi.
charge. M Is a firm advocate of nractl.
ral business education and believes the
Plan of showing the students hnwr hn.i.
Bean Is actually carried on, how ore Is
rerined. dirrerent articles of universal
need are made, and what Is required to
produce the finished sack of flour. Is
a far better means of Impressing com
mercial learning than to drill the subject
out of bookr. ,
MESSENGER HITS PEDESTRIAN
WHILE TRYING TO SCARE HIM
Trying to see how close he could come
to pedestrians without hitting them, a
messenger boy riding a bicycle at Thir
teenth and Douglas streets last night
struck K. Sandberg, a ranchman of Fre
mont, knocking him to the pavement.
Sandberg received a severe gash above
the left eye.
The messenger boy was thrown from h's
bicycle, but soon was remounted for a
new start when P. M. Goodman, 2430
South Fifteenth street, stopped him. In
the crowd that quickly gathered, how
ever, the boy escaped. Sandberg was at
tended by Folic Surgeons Peppers and
v V VMUMlliliuiU,! . . -f
sun on beer
Dark glass gives protection
Schlitz is sold in dark bottles, to protect
its purity from the brewery to your glass.
We use the costliest materials. One of
our partners selects the barley.
We go to Bohemia for hops.
Schlitz is aged for months before it is
marketed, to prevent biliousness. It cannot
ferment in your stomach.
We filter it through white wood
btenlize every bottle.
We spend more money to attain purity
than on any other cost in our brewing.
If you knew what we know about
beer, you would say, "Schlitz Schlitz
;n Brown Bottles."
Schlitz Bottled 5cer Depot
723 S. $th St., Omaha, Nebr.
Thai Made Milwaukee famous
HILLER LIQUOR CO., 1309 Farnam St.
Woman Gives Money
For Tariff Fight
Mtp E. Joy Johnson of t.nsk. Wo..
pledged t$i cash to the fund raised by
tho national won! growers yestei fla'
afternoon for its tariff fluht and also
donated an article she had written on the
And tho reason for it M t lint she
wanted to help the wool grows and get
even with Hampton's magazine for not
printing that same article. Phe wrote th4)
article under contract for the tinigalne.
she said, and used some arguments for
a protective tariff, which caused tha
magnxlnn to return her manuscript, with
the statement that she did not understand
Mrs. Johnson Is living for the winter
at 114 South Forty-second street, Omaha
She Is the author of "Tha Foreman of
the J A
TERRELL WANTS WARM MEAL
NO MATTER WHEN SERVED
rtecause his bride of two weeks allowed
his dinner to grow cold after awaiting
his return from work from until 9:S0
o'clock, Walter Terrell. 17054 North
Twenty-fourth street, the police nay. gave
her a terrific trouncing last night.
When Patrolmen Emery and Wheeler
answered Mrs. Terrell's call for help, thoy
found Terrell had gone. Mrs. Terrell dis
played a black eye and a number of
bruises which, the officers say, she de
clared her husband had Inflicted. Terrell
la an auottoneer.
MAN WITH FRACTURED SKULL
IS RELEASEDFROM HOSPITAL
Dan Grady, whone skull was frantirred
a month ago In a fall down Ihe stairs of
the Globe hotel, 1107 Douglas street, and
for whom Dr. T. T. Harris prescribed
cigarette smoking aa a substitute for
medicinal remedies, left St. Joseph's hos
pital yesterday. With the exception of
physical weakness dun to his long con
finement to bed, Grady Is entirely recov
ered. He will return to his home at Cali
fornia Junction, la., where ha was em
ployed aa a telegraph operator.
Aa American Klasr
Is the great king of cures. Dr. King's
New Discovery, the quick, safe, sura
cough and cold remedy. 60o and $1.00. For
tale by Beaton Drug Co.
rays of the WAT
will start decay. j plfe
DELIVERED IN PLAIN 17AG0HS DY
The scend preliminary for tho Crelgh-
n oratorical contest took placo yester
da afternoon. Of the fourtoen chosen
In tho first preliminary, the following
five were selected to take part In the
public contest, which occurs In January:
Omar Sullivan, first; Preston McAvoy.
second; Louis Kavansugh, third; Paul
Harrington, fourth; Raphael Hamilton,
."irtii. The other competitors were: P.
Cahlll, V. Flherty, It. Honnessy, J.
Lancaster, M. Ryan, C. Russum. H. Bins
mouf, Hy. Sullivan, P. Tobin.
0. DUNCAN, S0UPMAKER,
MAKES HIT ON SIDEWALK
O. Duncan, 10.14 South Eighteenth street,
had a new recipe for making soup, but
he had not the Ingredients with which ta
trial It. The savory odor from the Goldea
Eagle restaurant. Twelfth and Douglas
streets, smote his olfactory nerves as a
discord would smite the ears of Kubelttc
It told of commonplace soup and reminded
him of his recently acquired recipe. Now
Duncan Is a progressive and believes in at
wherever there Is room for Improvement,
Improvement should be made. So he toolc
from his pocket his new recipe an
walked Into the restaurant, direct to tha
kitchen. There, ho met' a man from
Hankow who was seething with sympathy
for anything that bordered on Insurgency,
which man forthwith ejected him. His
Impact with the sidewalk In front flllea
him with resentment and he found ven
geance by pounding cut tha front window
with a brick.
The police wera goon on the scene anS
O. Duncan, his moutji watering for tha
soup that might hae been, went t
Here Is a remedy that wilt cure you
cold. Why waste time and money experi
menting when you can get a preparation
that has won a world-wldo reputation by
Its cures of this disease and can always
be depended upon? It Is known every
where as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
and la a medlolua of real merit. Fo
sale by all dsalera.
The key to auccesa In business la th
judicious and persistent use of newspaper
s , I at . 1 J .i
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