Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, January 02, 1912, Page 4, Image 4
TIIK HEK: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2. 1912. J t ! I SALESMAN NOW FEELS TWENTY YEARS YOUNGER Had Been in Poor Health for Tears --Condition ii Improved. HE GIVES REASON FOR CHANGE tie Ores! Aniiiil of GmI that U , t tiring; Arrnmpllhe4 Hfrt ml Klf nhfrc la (anse f Mark f nmarit, "I have been In a poor mate of health nelancholy and discouraged, suffer from heatlarhe, backache, poor circulation, roll feet, sleeplessness and who are sus ceptible to roughs and colda, are un queslonahly suffering with the same tvouhle, wliirh la nothing other than that distressing malady, nervous debility, which la an all-too-rommon complaint In oil la rue cities llkn Omaha, ray the spe cialists who arc here iutroducing "Tona Vita." "Thera are hundreds of such half itck men and women In Omaha who really do rot know junt what la wrong with them," aald one of the speelallste In discussing the matter recently. 'They struggle aim lessly alonit until they become totally debilitated and oftentimes they come to tin suffering with this dreaded condition la lt( moNt aggravated form." continued the specialist. These epe UHMs are nt the Prandels Drug department. Sixteenth and Douglas streets, aouth aldo main Xloor,. where they are meeting tho public between the houre of 9 a. m. and S p. in , and explaining th nature of th!ir preparation. Enthusiasm continues to prevail gon orally where the new product called 'Tona Vita" lias Wen used. The great amount of Rood which seems to have been accomplished is the cause of considerable excitement by those who have seen ita vomifrfiil work. Case after case of peo ple who were comparatively nervous wrecks and those who have been suffer ing from stomach trouble for years have been reported and the results of "Tona Vita" were said to have been astonishing In nearly every cose. Adv. for sometime past," said Mr. K. A. Phillips, a well known traveling sales man residing at 4217 Harney street, city, recently. "My stomach weakened." con tinued Mr. Phillips, "my digestion grew bad and I became nervous and generally .debilitated. I slept poorly, lacked energy: In fact, I was In a very run-down con dition. I have tried many remedies, but without results. "I finally heard of the new tonic, 'Tona Vita,' and decided to try It. 1 began to Improve rapidly and I now feel stronger and better In every way. I feel. twenty years younger and am now a well man. 'Tona Vita' Is a remarkable preparation, and Its success here Is well merited." People who are nervous and Irritable, have Imperfect digestion and stomach dis orders, lack energy and ambition, feel Council Bluffs AGED WOMAN STRUCK BY CAR Mrs. M. E. Hoagland Badly Braised as Result of Accident. Council Bluffs CARRIED ON THE FENDER t Irflm ald by Mntnrman to Have Failed to Notice A aprnnrhlna" - Trolley and to Have y Stepped on Track. Mrs. M. K. Hoagland, mother or Frank R. Hoagland and Mrs. A. W. ' Franrts, was badly bruised yesterday afternoon when she waa struck by a street car near the corner of Willow avenue sud I'rarl street. According to tho motorman, Mrs. Hoag land, who Is past middle age and quite hard of hearing, did not notice the ap proaching car and stepped In front of It. Mrs. Ilongland waa struck on the side and fell across tho fender and was car ried several yards before the car was stopneo. The car was then almost in front of the office of Dr. Jennings, and the aged woman was Immediately carried there and her son and daughter notified. An examination by the physician showed that no poneo were broken, i ne Injuries wert) cos fined to her left side and back nd t)ie side of tier face and one ear waa cut. ' Mrs. Hoagluml was taken o tho home of her daughter. Mrs. Francis. 24 North Bocnnd street. It was said last evening that her friends expected her recovery within a week. First Meetings of Revival Are Held Preliminary meetings of the Hart- Magann revival series were held yester day afternoon and last evening. In the afternoon Evangelist Hart made a brief talk, outlining the work expected of all those participating. ' He spoke very earnestly and encouragingly and created a favorable Impression on the audience of sveral hundred. There were XM members of the chorus holr present. This chorus will be en- arged to 300 and will lend In the singing. Tho Auditorium has been seated to ac commodate an audience of 4.(00, and If more seats are required they will be provided. Tho building was a trifle chilly yesterday afternoon due to the fact that the steam heat was not turned on In time. Throughout tho entire month and longer If the Interest warrants, the services will be held nightly. Minister, Kicked by Women of Church, is Confined to His Bed TAMPA, Kla., Jan. l.-The Hev. R. E. I Klrkiand. kicked, he declares, toy women members of his congregation. spent the afternoon In bed and six per son are under arrest as the result of a clash' between factions of tho First Congregational church this morning. . After service, at which the minister it Is asserted, attacked a former pastor In connection with alleged mlsapproprls tlon of the church funds, the Rev. Mr. Klrkiand endeavored to quell a contro versy In which men and women had Joined. It was then he was Injured. Ills sermon was on the subject, "U Christ Lived Today Would He Be a Socialist T' and his text was tho sentence: "My Father's bouse la a bouse of piayer, but ye .have mad It a den of thieves." Loses Long Race to Prevent Marriage DENVER. Jan. l.-Hamtlton W, Cllf ford, aald to bo a wealthy stock broker of New York City, today lost by two and a half minutes In a race from New York to Denver to prevent the marriage of his daughter, Alice, aged XI. to Roland Birch, a New York stock broker. Tbe race began Friday wben Birch aged JR, wbo was In Ixa Angeles, wired his fiance to meet him today la Denver. Birch s telegram was found by the young woman'a mother. Mr. Clifford hud Just time to flip coin to determine which route he should choose to Colorado. It sent hhn by way of the New York Central aid Burlington, while his daughter sped westward on the Pennsylvania and Rock Island. Miss Clifford arrived In Denver one rulnute In the lead and hurried to keep her appoint luent with Birch at a local hotel. Tho bridegroom was there with Justice of the peace and the couple were married as the father pounded on the duor. American Will Not Get Shuster's Job TKHERAN. Jan. l.-The Persian gov ernmeiil has declined t appoint K. K Cairns, one of W. Morgan Bhuntor'e American assistants, to the pout of treas- urer-gei.Cal, from which office Mr. Bhu sler was receutly ousted. It is believed this was due to the hoHilllty of Ruaaii to the appointment of any American. 11 was announced last night that i commission composed of M Mornard, the Belgian ex-director of customs In Persia, and three Persians would undertake the treasury generalship. As one of the Persians selected baa refused to swept, however, the project of a commission Is temporarily In abeyance. Davis, drugs, '-effort's, opticians. H. borwick for wall paper. Cerrlgans. undertakers. Phones 141 FA. T BEER AT ROGERS' BUFFET. Woodrlria Undertaking Co. Tel. SO. Lewis Culler, funeral director. Phono 7. For Rent-Modern house, ".a Sixth Ave. Printing and blnJ!ng well done. More- libus 4k Co. The beot wines for Mr ner quart at tlosenfeid's, 613 8. Main Bt. We give premium coupons at The puff. iirtadway. Cigars and tobacco. Merchants' lunch. Sc. at Tony's cafe. 17 South Sixth. A good plane to eat. ' If von want Window ci1aSS call Hell phone 6f. muff City Ula and Mirror Work. 1S7H West Broadway. We make apelalty of lt.AZJNtl at low prices R. W. KViee. Slot Avenue C. spent port of tho Christmas holidays with his family. Me has returned to duties In connection Ith employment by the t'nlon. Pacific at Rock Hprlngs. Wyo. Mies Msrgaret Sherman, for many years connected with the free public library, but who resigned last summer to engage In business In Burlington, Is spending the holidays - with her nieces. Misses Lucy nd Margsret Blancbard, ttUS Perlne avenue. The annual meeting of the Woman's Christian association will be held this afternoon nt In the parlors of the First t nngregatlonsl church. All of the annual report which will show the work ncronipIlMhed liy the Kdmundnon hospital. III be mil nr. Officer lor the ensuing year wl.l a. so le elected. Tho Peoples' CongTegntlonnl church gave a Christmas entertainment Tues day evening, which whs largely attended and wholesomely enjoyed. The vigorous young church has taken a commanding position In the community, and it promises to become one of tn? otrvngest church organisations In the city In point nf membership, sociability and practical work. The Midwest Athletic club met at the home oi ... F. Heath, J701 Avenue C. for the regular weekly gathering. Luncheon was served at 11 o'clock. Two new mem bers were tuken Into the club. The next meeting will he held at the home of O. F. Miller, Jftt'4 Avenue. The new club Is In flourishing condition snd the ambition of the young men to make It a valuable Philanthropists to Keep Open House Rev. Henry DeLong and Mrs. DeLong have planned to keep open house today at their mission, 63) East Broadway.' In celebration of their fifty years' of char itable work In Council Bluffs. Refresh- ments will be served and any who care to pay the aged philanthropists a friendly visit are cordially Invited to do so. Tho house will be kept open all day,' , Rev Mr. DeLong announces the pur chase of two addition) adjoining the mission at Avenue r . i These lota are at preaent unsightly holes, but Mr. De Long expects as soon as possible to brjjag. thera up to grade and throw them opfif for a public playground for children. CRACKSMAN LETS GO GRUDGE Cstgod Poatotfloo Rokber Laments lindanes of Tennessee . Nasby. John Vail, a postofflce robber, who Is In Jail at Macon, Mo., is a good natured prisoner, but there la one postmaster In ths United States against whom he haa a grudge. He la Uncle Yarn's represents' tlvo in a Tennessee vlljtge. This post master has been In the habit of keeping bis money In an old safe. The Inspector told him he would have to put It In more secure place. The postmaster was a man of Ideas, It seems. He knew Ms safe wasn't robber proof, and so he ar ranged to give the msn who might at tempt to open It the surprise of his II fo. He got three big sticks of dynamite, tied them together and put them In the center of the safe. By and by the psychological moment arrived. Business waa coming. The safe waa neatly soaped, and a (air doae of nitroglycerin Injected with me chanlcal accuracy. It made a beautiful exploalon. Tho top of the safe went through the roof, up In the air. and as far as known Is still there. Other sec tions crashed Into the cellar. The safo was ruined, leaving Uncle Sam out Its value, about 13 &, and W In cash that was fished out of tho debris. "That was all wo saved," said Vail, with a sigh. "But think of the cold-bloodedness of a man who would put dynamite In his aafc. Why, It might have been the death of us!" Kansas City Htar. Minor Mention The Council Muffs Office, of Tliei Omaha Re ia at 1.1 Scott Strrrt. Telephone 43. Council Bluffs addition to the West End Is being ful vltatlnn to the young men of the com munity to attend Its meetings. A number of th West End members . Si. au s k.plcopsl cnurrn were et4 talned on Thursday evening at the homi of . F. Hehl. SIM Avenue B. Musli and pretty little rameo were the features I'.rv. and Mrs. Llndermerer aad then children were present, t overs were laid for twenty-nine at a two-eour.e runvheoa, served at W:Vl Among the others pres ent were: Misses Minnie and Anna Keupp, Misses Emma and Alma Peters. i.r. anu sir Be .s. Mr. tuid Mrs. Hansto, and son. Thodore. Miss Land, Mla Ht lde and Mr. Steinberg. Ernest. Carl era Miss Kmmo Mi emit, Ernest. Frank and Uustave Kraft, Messrs. Bernard, tftin nlson and liowess. Mr. and Mrs. Hehl and daughter extended charming hospi tality. The society, will meet next at tho home of Rev. Mr. Undermeyer. Funeral services fur CM to F. lffert. brother of Emll If. I-ffert of Council Bluffs, were held st East Oakland. Cal., yesterday afternoon. Interment will take place at Sacramento, Cal., Tuesday. The servlcea yesterdsy were under the aus pices of Oakland lodge No. 171. Benevolent and Proteallve Order of Elks. The decease J was a member of Partard Elks' lodge No 142. Henry Iffert - nf this city, father of tho deesased. has been at Oakland for some months In attendance upon his son during a. lingering Illness. Herman .effort, a brother, went from Portland. Ore., to attend the funeral. Otto F. Lef fert was born and reared In Council Bluffs and many friends here mourn his death. For the last twelve years he had lived In California. He leavna a wife and one child, besides his. father and two brothers. Mrs. Margaret Llurlie, mo(hr of the lata Plnley Burke, and one of the uld -rt residents of the city. Is lying at the twi'nt of death at the home of her daughter, Mrs. O. A. Mudgo. Mrs. Burke In nearly W years old. For the last ten years or more she has been totally blind and has almost entirely lort her bearing, but yet has been a patient and heroic sufferer, She has lived In the city for iwari sixty years. Her husband,- "Father"' A, P. Burke, who died many years agxs waa cne nf the foremost men nf the town. Mrs. Burke's strength has been slowly ebbing, and she Is passing peacefully and pain lessly Into the final aleep. Iler fr ends expect her death at any tlm. Her son, Oeorge Burke of tho coun'y trwai.i'rer s office, has been at her . bedside every moment that has been avallaole. Icr youngest son. Ambrose Burke, on fcltor ney of Missouri Valley, has be-ju .with her several times during the lust weok. Hugh Burke, a newspaper mm of Ban Frisco, has besn advised of the critical condition of his mother. Wines and whiskies tor family usa Rosen f eld's Family Liquor bouse, SIS 3. Main St. TETTER FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN THAN CASTOR OIL. SALTS.OR FILLS, AS IT SWEETENS AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM MOKE EFFICIENTLY AND 19 FAD MOM PLEASANT TO TAKE. o int. UcAL, FAMILY LAXATIVE, AS IT GIVES SATISFACTION TO ALL, IS ALWAYS BENEFICIAL IN ITS EFFECTS AND PERFECTLY SAFE AT ALL TIMES. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. In the Circle, on every, Package of tho Genuine. . ALL RELIABLE ORUCCISTS SELL THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE WHEN CALLED FOR, ALTHOUGH THEY COULfr MAKE A LARGER PROFIT Y SELLING INFERIOR PREPARA, TtONS, YET THET PREFER TO SELL THE CENUINE, BECAUSE FT IS RIGHT TO DO SO AMD FOR THE COOO oV THCIR , CUSTOMERS, WHEN IN NEED OP MEDICINES, SUCH XmUGGBTS ARE THE ONES TO DEAL WITH. AS TOUR LIFE OR HEALTH MAT AT SOME TIME DEPEND UPON THEIR SKILL AND RELIABILITY WHEN BUY ECi JfofetfbFuffNameoftho Gompan IF1III JrJlU.ll! V lSk. IH.IIIlll'l.'lliUliriYlilllllSK i e, ..nii nnn.iin rii.i'i flW nVaVSjk, Mm 1 1 1. 1 ' it SHIP' mJ-mmJ '-COHOL1 JNSBtSHgOf, MiMiATimt rKTuga" PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS, NEAR THE BOTTOM. AND IN THE CIRCLE.NEAR THE TOP OP EVERY PACKACE.OP THE CENUINE. ONE SUE ONLY. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. REGULAR PRICE M. KR BOTTIX, syrup or nr.j Awr rt rxm or srnw a the only perfect family laxative. ECAUSB IT IS THE ONE REMLDY WHICH ACTS IN A NATURAL, STRENCTHENtNG WAY AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM, WITHOUT UNPLEASANT AFTER-EFFECTS AND WITHOUT IRRITATINC. DEBBJTATINC OR CRIPING, AND THEREFORE DOES NOT INTERFERE M ANT WAY WITH BUSINESS OR PLEASURE IT IS RECOMMENDED BY MILLIONS OF WELL, INFORMED FAMILIES, WHO KNOW OF ITS VALUE FROM PERSONAL USE, TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE; MANUFACTURED BY THE CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Hosenfeid's KamHy Liquor house han dles all kinds of wines, whiskies, brandies end the original Budwelser beer. Convenience means much to the business man. Situated where it com- TUG TRUST CHARGED WITH FAVORING BIG COMBINATIONS Cl.EVEI.AND, O.. Jan. l.-Teatlmony that the Kockefrller snd Csrnegte fleets were given preferential rates la towing charges by the alleged tug trust was given at today's bearing of ths govern ment's case against the dre&t Lakes Towlug company. grcretary M. H. Wardwcll, of the de fondant company testified that the pref erence waa due to tho fact that the tow ing company chose to carry out tbe coo tracts made' by tbe Conneaut Towing tonipany w tilth It absorbed. Uo dented OlttrUuiualkMU Imperials Still Seek Delay in Negotiations PEKING. Jan. l.-NegollatWma be tween Shanghai and Feklng continue, but apparently there has bacn no develop ment In the situation during the last twenty-four hours. The Imperials are endeavoring to delay matters, hoping that time will favor them; the rebels seem desirous of forcing the hmue, but neither side Is willing to terminate the negotiations. Soldiers from the Japaaeae legation came Into conflict yesterday and alao to day with Yuan Hhl Kal'S bodyguard. Uayoneta and swords were used and six or more Japanese were wounded. It Is reported that more than that number uf Chinese were Injured. The Japanese as wrll aa the Chinese soldiers were off duty at the time of the clashes, but the J u panes legation sent out a oompany with offlcera to rescue Ita men. Tbe In- ' cldenta are not believed to have any significance politically. 1' W r mands easy excess to the every part of Omaha's business district ji ne oee uilding - Counterfeit Dollar buy trouble, but a genuine quarter boys r. King New Life Fills; for constipa tion, malaria, headache and Jaundice. Kor SULTAN REAPPOINiS SAID PACHA ASGRAND VIZIER COXSTANTINOI'l-K, Jan. L The sul- tan ha reappulmod Koid Farha grand j vlsler and he Is endeavoring to recon- j struct the cabinet. The previous cabinet, of which Kald racha was the grand! vlxirr, resigned Saturday. The commit- ' tee of unlcn and prograsa la oppoad li Said Iat'ha and la uing all Its eff.it. sgaiust hi success. j offers tho Lost office location for the man who must be within convenient reach of the main business channels of tho city. It adjoins tho city hall, is across street from the new Douglas county court houe, within n few steps of the theaters, and hanks and near the main street car lines. There is no better location in tho city. The building is thoroughly modem, with excellent new elevator service; beautiful interior decorations, steam heat and the most careful of janitor attention. A few choice court and outside offices are vacant just now. looms 0l, 603, 005 A very attractive auite wi tho siith floor, facing the court. This apace being near tbe top of the building haa aa abund ance of natural light and good ventilation afforded through tho sky. light to tho court. 1 la llili l and has vault; tvl la ll-il. aa. OS la 11-liJU. Ppaco will bo rooted on auite or separata to pleas desirable tenant. If you need a largo apace at a reasonable rental It will bo to your Internet to ar tbta proposition. Boon too Her Is an exceptionally fine largo office facing Farnam atreet and also having a wast exposure. Tbe space la so partitioned as to make four rooms, all bolitg well lighted. In addition there U a vault In one corner of thia room which haa ahelrtng, providing an excellent' place to kee; , jrlvte papers, records, eta Think of It 14 aauaro feet of floor space renting at, per month 9M.0O Booms 4W M The larger room la a corner apace having a north and east light; also 1H15V4. Wo will partition to salt The sn.aller room, fjs. haa nort t light and la 10x1. These rooms will be rented either singly or together. Ask us to show you these. The Bee Building Co., Be Business Office, 17th and Farnam Sts. W Jfm 44 1y Sg a mm wr n 11 vr I I 1 z- id; (tar I wss Every brewer knows tins and covers even the ltand holes of the case to keej? out light. We do more. We ut Schlitz m Brown Bottles. Schlitz will not soil when the case is ofien even though it be for months. It is only natural that Schlitz in Brown Bottles should be the home beer. The Brown Bottle protects ' Schlitz purity from the brewery to your glass. See that crown or cork is branded "Schlitz,:' A i iiuncsj Independent A Cuf Schlitz Bottled Beer 'Dq-ot; 723 S. 9th St., Omaha, Nebr.; That SV2 ad ft IV2 i I wa u Uw. famous. SCHLITZ DEER DELIVERED III PLAIN 17AG0RS DY MILLER LIQUOR CO., 1309 Farnam St. Z1h 0 ) r'J ll 1 1 ill Oil Vj YABwaWaTstaaaBBBBBW saaaBBBBBW t nVsaaBBBBBBBBBl mnaBsjBBr p. 0 a. f. lit I I ifll The fast, solid, electnc-lightcd, through train of the Illinois Central from Chicago and St. Louis to Jacksonville, FLORIDA Through ebMrvation-compartment aad lourttsn-MctiOH grlii-rooni letplnf cars, 1rt reclining chair car (steal construction) and coach (alio tourist (looping car oa 1t and 3d Tuttday ! tho month) httweta Chicago and JackioavMle. Twal aactloa orasrlng-room sleeping IU nd Ire. chair car StLtula to Jack toivllla. All !tai( in dining cart. lilinoit Cnlral Dai If L Chicago... 8.15 pm L St. Uwla.. 11.20 om Ar Birmingham 3.30 pm Csstral . Cerria Ar Colusibs...9.00 pm Ar Savannah... 7. 30 am Ar Albany 1.00 am itlmtiColt Urn Ar Jacksonville 7.00 am Connection at Columbus with through sleeping cai for Savannah, Ga.; also at Jacksonville for All Points in Florida trains making Steamship Connections for Havana, Cuba Information about Winter Tourist fares and hameaeekert' (are to Florida on first and third Tuesday of tt month; also iidortnatioa aa to tourist tickets aad Illinois Central service to JS'ew Orleans, Vicksburg (National Military Park), Havana, Panama and Central American points via New Orleans; aa veil aa reaervatioos, ticket and descriptive literature, can ba obtained of your bona ticket agent, or by addressing S. North, Dist. Pass. KU Uliaois Central R, R., 409 So, Sixteenth Street, Omaha, Neb.