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TIIK BEK: OMAHA. THl'KSDAY. JAN UAH Y 11. 1912.
DISCUSSES THE MATTER
1 AFFtCTINS THE PUBLIC
Scores of Peope Are Comng Out with
J. P. SC HAUTE E ELATES TACTS
5 He D-llre Xw Karrla" Prod
uct Be fce Brsl Preparation
Ever Placei llrforr Ihe
Peope of Omaha.
BEEF CITY HEWS ! TRAINS ARRIVING DAY LATE
Scores of Omaha people, who have that
nimmon practical sonse which guide
them in all their arts and conclusions
are comiutf out unreservedly with atate
nu'tits ri'sardtiiff "Tona Vita." the new
ionic that is accomplish ins such remark
able results in the city. Among auch
Hatemeiits is the following made by Mr.
J. 1 Schacfer of im North Twenty-third
Mr. Schacfcr said: "I have been com
f'Hininjf for some time pn.?t. I have used
many remedies during that period, but
with no success. 1 had stomach trouble
and was nervous and all run down. My
appetite was imor, and whenever I did
ct anything gas would form on my
sMnaih and would distress me for gome
time afterwards. I slept poorly and my
:orp U'd me little good, as I would
awaken in the mornings as tired and
worn out as when I retired. X also suf
ft red from palpitation of the heart.
"I finally l.eaid of this new tonic,
Tona Vit.i, and decided to xive it a trial.
1 began (o improve from the moment I
named the treatment. I now eat and
fcl-ep well. My stomach trouble and
nervousness have all disappeared and I
am no longer bothered with my heart
1 ti fact. I am now a well man and believe
Tona Vita is the best medicine ever sold
"People who are nervous and Irritable,
have imperfect digestion and stomach
disorder, lack energy and ambition, feel
melancholy and discouraged, suffer with
had aches, backaches, poor memory, un
sound sleep, irregular circulation, have
pallid complexions and cold feet, are un
questionably suffering with nervous de
bility, that distressing condition which
Is so common In all large cities, where
nature's limitation la mora apt to be ex
ceeded." said one of the specialists who
Is here Introducing "Tona Vita," In dis
cussing the matter recently. Tlwe are
hundreds of such half sick men and
women In Omaha, who really do not
know just what Is wrong with them,"
continued this specialist, "and they struggle-
aimlessly along until they become
totally debilitated and often come to us
Fiifferfng with this painful condition In
Its most aggravated form. We have a
preparation that will positively remove
(his condition and restore the organs of
t!i' body to a healthy, normal state."
The specialists are at the Brandels
tliug department Sixteenth and Douglas
turret, south side, main floor, where they
me meeting the public between the hours
of ! a. m. and p. m. Adv.
V -fur- yt
OFF SALE OFF
This offer is good only until
All Goods Guaranteed For
An opportunity to select soma
genuine bargains at an old re
liable fur houtte.
Have your repairs made now at
WESTERN FUR CO.,
A. ! KOLOTaVaTEK, Prop,
1603 Irtir.nwortB atrsst.
Kara Bast Prist It.
Omaha Oaural Hospital- Do ox- BS5.
Oas, Xiao, rtrtutt, Bull Branasn.
Bpaclal We are eelllns the Durham
Demonstrator ratir witli ona Durham
duplex bUde for in.'. Jas. Morton 4 Son Co.
Moaaera Will Meet The Nebraska
Pionnrrs will hold a meeting at the city
hall Thursday afternoon to elect' officers
and make arrangements for the annual
Watchaa aad King Stolen The resi
dence of Anton Mascarelle at 1 Marcy
street waa entered by burglars Tuesday
night Two valuable watches, several
rings and much clothing was aecured by
Lorn jaanay While Aalap Twenty
four dollars was stolen from the room of
Harrison Oilman at the Windsor hotel
Tuesday night. The burglar entered the
room after picking the look and stole
the money while Oilman was sleeping.
Officer Tor la Better Km met t Ford
of the iolice department, who was oper
ated on at the Wise Memorial hospital
last week for appendicitis, was removed
to his home yesterday and Is doing as
well as could be expected.
Cltlssns Union Waata Money The
Citlien's t'nion has Issued a call for do.
nations of S10 from each member, and
according to the official organ the fol
lowing have responded: J. A. McShsne,
O. H. Payne, c. II. Brown. James Rich
ardson, Kufu.s E. Harris and I. W. Car
penier. Mrs. Cralf la lick Mrs. James Y.
Crolg, mother of City Engineer George W.
Craig. Is seriously ill at her hnuie at
Forest Lawn cemetery. She has been suf
fering since Christmas with la grippe.
Her condition Is believed to be rlighily
improved, but la still critical. Mis. Craig
is 72 years of age.
Fifty-Throe (or Commissioner T hero
are now fifty-three candidates for the
nomination for city commissioner. Three
filings have been made. The latest to
take out blanks for securing signatures 1
are: A. 11. Schroeder, Morris Milder,
George II. Barker, M. H. Burns, O. Fred
Uisasser. M. Hogan and W. U. Benson. I
TalsT.i Enter Pantry Window Joseph
Lewis, Mil .North Twenty-second street,
reported to the police that his home was
entered by thieves Tuesday night. The
burglars ransacked the house from the
garret to the basement, but only stole f
which was lying on a table in the parlor.
Entrance to the house was gained by
raising a pantry window.
Bailey Talka to atna.ats That the
spiritual as well as the mental and phys
ical side of the training of the young
men may not be overlooked. J. P. Bailey,
state secretary of the Young Men's Chris,
tian association, addressed the men stu.
dents of the I'niverslty of Omaha Tues
day noon. Mr. Bailey looks after the
student associations In all of the Nebraska
universities and colleges.
bteheU Seat to Bakota Jesse Mit
chell, arrested several days ago near Loup
City by Deputy United State Marshal
liayea for the larceny of government
horses from the Rosebud reservation In
Mouth Dakota waa given a hearing yes
terday before Commissioner II. 8. Daniel.
He entered a plea of guilty and an order
waa tssued for his removal to the state in
which the crime was committed.
More Testimony u Cronk Case Mora
testimony that George P. Cronk condoned
the elleged offenses for which be divorced
Mrs. Cora L. Cronk will be Introduced at
the Cronk divorce rehearing before Judge
A. C. Troup of tli" equity division of the
district court as soon aa ona of the wit
nessea for Mrs. Cronk arrives from Lin
coln. Miss Elisabeth Gordon, the wit.
ness, is a trained nurse ajid now is em
ployed In a serious case,' which cannot
be left for several days.
Traffic Toward Omaha Encounters
Severe Blizzard in Wyoming.
SNOW PI1ID HIGH BY WETOS
1 aioa Pacific aad Otker Roads
Abasdos Kcaedales aad Pmaress
est They r.a with Aid mt
1'lons aad Shovels.
Whether New or Old
Any broom sweeps clean
when it's new. but the broom
that sweeps clean when it' old
is the broom to buy.
By lelertmr only a certala grade
of each season's broom corn crop,
and making it up accordiof to oar
own original sod advanced idea, we
kva obtained In the LiMls PeUV.
a broom that Itftpi its cleaning qual
ity and sets the dirt with least phy
sical effort. The
I pronounced a gem by wona wbe
have tried it. . .
"I no longer hare side stitches,
backaches and tired arms on sweep
lag days." writes one.
I doa not roughen my BratMli
carpet, nor wear my floest Tnrklttta
rug, says anouier.
Ist but not toast. Madam
handle wtil never stick. Oar ow
natsb prevents A. They corns
Is raoary or ro eomr.
Tbe oa ma "Littla Polly" Is on
reerr on ana our guar aa tea
stands back ot it.
Harris ft Stewart Mf Ca.
Pas MassM, law
If your f n'er dne not supply kit
tle Pully 1 oma, he iid a post card to
irtc on:a.a . ."ent, John Bd.-a, 9li AV
I), Conn il bluff. Iowa, who will
mpptyon hrougii yo-jr grocer. Lit
iip poiljr lronni "last twl. an Ions;"
AT rOJNTAINS.HOTrLd.OII CLSgWHgfta'
i Got taa
Original end Genuine
I The Food DrinkforAllAges
j hCH SILt. RALX CRAOI nTIACT. M rOWDa
f Vot in any Milk Trust
Jt5T Insist oa "HORLICK'S
Ta a j2kae- aoat
Repona from tbe west are that the
worst blizzard in the history of Wyoming
ta now just betfinntnc to abate. Tlie storm
ei in late Tuesday, continued during the
balanc of the day and all night.
The Wyoming blizzard had It origin
some place in the vicinity of Casper and
from there spread out wuth and pouth
went. The wind blew from thirty to
alxty miles per hour and was accompanied
by from twelve to eighteen Inches uf light
Miow. Cuts alone the Northwestern, the
Colorado & Southern and the t'nlon I'a
oifle west of Cheyenne were filled with
the snow and tiaffic was blocked.
On the I'nion Pacific the ti-alns made
slow prut;res. Trains that should have
arrived Tuesday came in Wednesday,
some of them eighteen hours behind the
On the Colorado & Southern two pas
senger uans between Cheyenne and Orin
Junction were snow bound twelve hours.
The engines dud and paswngers suffered
greatly from the cold.
!notplti.a Ilrouiiht Out.
West of Casper, on the Northwestern,
trains were kept moving, but all sched
ules were abandoned, hnow plows were
put ahead of all engines, but in several
inHlanccs they were unable to htuk
through the drifts, and ?novelfr hud to
be called Into M-rvice.
West of Lander the blizzard seemed to
have borne off toward the southwest,
striking the l I'aclfic the hardest
in the vicinity of Laramie and Kawlins.
Throughout Nebraska and Wyoming It1
is generally clrar but cold. Throughout
the Hiark Hills reports Indicate a tern- i
perature of 1 degree below sero. About
the "-me kind of weather prevails from !
Long Cine west to lender. i
Stroud Urges the
Eeal Estate Men to
Give Work to Poor
T. F. Stroud, In addressing the R"l
Estate exchange, urged the real estate
men to give employment, whenever pos
sible, to wards of the Associated Charities
and to furnish them with the price of a
meal In advance, that they might not
have to go to work with an empty stom
ach. sir. Stroud said he waa giving employ
ment in hia wagon factory to a number
of men sent by the Associated Charities.
Some camo to work this morning without
anything to eat and he sent them to a
restaurant to eat before they began work.
Telling of his plant. Mr. Stroud said he
made .0ig wagons a year and employed
MM men. Ills only complaint against
Omaha was that the home demand for
his product was too small, most of his
wagons being sold In Canada.
W y I
Mrs. T. L. Kimball is
Still Head of Creche
Mif. T. I- Kimball, who has been
president of the Credit, the day nursery
on Eighteenth and Harney streets, ever
since Its establishment twenty-four
years ago, was re-elected at the annual
meeting yesterday at the Creche. The
other otflcera were reeiectt-d as follows:
Mrs. Thomas Kilpatrick, vice president;
lira. E. H. McMahon, secretary; Mrs.
Robert Holilster, treasurer. Mrs. Arthur
Crittenden Smith and Mrs. C. C. Allison,
the two members of the board of fifteen
whose three-year terms had expired, were
re-elected. The reports showed an un
usually successful year for the Creche.
HILL LINE IN WYOMING
IS FAR FROM COMPLETE
The traffic arrangements between the
Burlington and Northwestern, whereby
the former is to use the lines of the lat
tr between Powder Itlver and .Orin Junc
tion. Wyo.. will not be effective until the
Hill road completes Its bridge over the
Powder river and finishes construction
from Thermopolls down to this point.
Burlington officials are of the opinion
that it will require about twelve months
to complete the Powder river bridge and
finish grading and Ironing the Une from
Thermopolls. As soon as this Is done
through trains between eattle and the
Gulf of Mexico are to go on.
The leasing of the Northwestern is not
to in any wise atop construction of the
Hill line from Powder river to Orm Junc
tion. Work is to be commenced next
spring and continued, but It Is thought
that to prade. bridge and lay the steel
will require from two to thre years.
Wick License May
Yet Be Taken Away
Tom 1-ee, attorney for Alvln Wick,
whose saloon license Is in question before
Judge Kennedy, has been notified by the
judge that he seriously Is considering
reversing the action of the Board of Fire
and Police Commissioners and ruling that
Wick should be denied a license.
Mr. Lee had to leave town before Ar
thur Mullen, attorney for the protectant.
John J. Ma honey, finished his argument.
He told the judge If Mullen raised any
new point and the Judge should se
riously consider overruling the board, he
wished to be heard In reply. Judge Ken
nedy will hear Mr. Lee In reply to
Alu He n't. argument that the consent was
Insufficient, xome of the signers not hav
ing been shown to bo resident freehold
ers. Mr. lee will argue within a day or
CHURCH NEAR COMPLETION
According to present plsns next Sunday
will be the last time that the oongrega
lUii of the North Presbyterian church
will worship 'It the old framo church
building at Nineteenth and Ohio vtreets.
One week from nest Puminy they ex
pect to occupy the new bulld:ng at Twenty-fourth
and Wirt itreets, now about
completed at a cost of ."Am. Nothing
from the old church will be moved to
th new building. Modern and up-to-date
pews are being put In place and a mag
nificent pie organ Is being Instulled.
The new church has a seating capacity
of close to i, which Includes the gallery.
As yet, no disposition has been made of
the "Id church nd the two lots.
LA GRIPPE PREVAILS
NOW AT GRAND ISLAND
I'nlted States Marshal Warner lias re
turned to Omaha from tlrand Island,
where he has been attending a session of
tbe federal district court. Ho says Grand
Island Is now In the grasp of an epi
demic of grlppo and the hospitals there
are crowded with sufferers, lie says phy
sicians credit the cold weather with belli
responsible for the epidemic.
Bicb In Cod Uv OA
No Other Emulsion Has The Quality
There Are Two Size 1 6 oz. and
8 oz. Each Brown Bottles Only.
No To Eat Up Quantity
A 11 Druggists are Glad to Sell It
Children Love It Tastes Good
Sample Bottle Free by Mail
That those who are seeking health and
strength for .hemselves, children, rela
tives or friends may experience, the life
giving properties of this exclusive Nor
way gold medal ozonized cod liver oil
medicinal food emulsion as well as to
know Ozomulslon superiority In being
most palatable and cay to take a gen
erous J-oz. bottle will be sent by mall to
ttioee who send addresses by postcard or
letter to Ozomulslon. MS Pearl St., X. T.
State Completes '
Case Against the
Oma Hotel Owners
The state completed its testimony in
the rase of the state against Charles K
Fannin:, known as the Oma hotel Albert
law .ase, before Judge Leslie in the
equity division of the district court yes
terday. The defense began its Introduction
of testimony, which is suhstautially the
same aa that Introduced at the previous
hearing on lemjwrary injunction. It is
intended to show that the alleged im
proper conduct of women In the hotel
was without knowledge of rrenica, the
proprietor, or Panning, the owner of the
building, and thnt the women told their
patrons to be qui?t, as If the management
of the hotel learned what they were do.
ing they would be forced to leave. Le Roy
Hen ry, one of the Anti-Saloon league
detectives, who testified against the place, ;
dented the women made such statements. 1
HIGH SCHOOL EXAMS
COST THEMIDNIGHT OIL
Examinations for numbers of the mid- !
term graduating clans of the Omaha High ,
school will be held during the regular
class hours next Tuesday and Wednesday. I
All students who have made a grade of I
SO or alove In lesions so far during the
school year will be excused from taking
the tests. Twenty students expect to
The othr students of the school are
now- burning the midnight oil in prepara
tion fr the regular exams, which enine
the week after next. Eighth grade pupil
who plan to enter the high achnel this
month will do so on Monday. January
when the new term begins.
Exceptional values in our entire re
maining stock of
Men's and Young Men's Clothing
Suits and Overcoats all of this season's make.
Our original low prices prevail and our
makes our values better than those
advertised at half price.
If you want real values, come and inspect
our ENTIRE STOCK which is at your disposal
at prices which defy competition.
In a simple, straiRiiforward,
In nest manner we told rou thai,
half price sain were not W H.Vf
THKY SEEMKD TO BE. Tfie
public believed us They e
llevetl in our value and bf.ve
proven that thef believed us
by BITING OF I S. Our sales
dnv by day are increasing. The
many expression of good will,
the many congratulations on
the stand me have taken, all
prove that we are right. This
town Is full of H off aalea
(you feel off yourself), bnt
the fact remains that all
thmuKh the season we sold our
clothing at such extremely low
prices, that with our 23 dis
count from our regular LFXilT
1MATE prices at which they
were sold all season, our eloth
fng la cheaper than any sold at
Omaha's Largest and Best Equipped Clothing Store
I ) BXVfl
Every woman's heart responds to
the charm and sweetness of a baby's
voice, because nature intended her for
motherhood. But even the loving
nature of a mother shrinks from Uie
ordeal because such a time is regard
ed as a period of suffering and danger.
women who tise Mother a Friend are
saved much discomfort and suffering,
and their systems, being thoroughly
prepared by this great remedy, are
in a healthy condition to meet the
time with the least possible suffering
and danger. Mother s Friend is
recommended only for the relief and
comfort of expectant mothers ; it is in
no sensa a remedy ior various ills.
but its many years of success, and
luc thousands ol endorsements re
ceived from women who have used it
are a guarantee of the benefit to be
derived from its use. This remedy
does not accomplish wonders but aim.
ply assists nature to perfect its work.
Mother's Friend allays nausea, pre
vents caking ol
the breasts, and
i ' t.ijf " m tatr, w
contributes to H'twdrirl
strong, healthy M. ALIU
motherhood. Mother's Friend is sold
at drug stores. Write for our free
bonk for expectant mothers.
BRADF1ELD REGULATOR CO. AtLmtm. Ca.
Three days Oriental rug sale remain
Tamlnosian's stock of high grade, ruts, which are being disposed of at much-less-than-usual-prlces
some Just halt the original figures must be soli befrre Saturday nlKht, when the aala ends. New
prices on some of these rugs will surely sell them. They are the best Oriental rugs in Omaha at prices
never before offered here. A few of the rugs and prices follow:
$ 1 2.00 Khirraa Dour Mat $7.00
INUMMt llanuulan, 12x8-3 $40. OO
a.-iV.OO nirman, 3-SxS-S Siij.OO
aifttXI Helut-hiaun, 2-sxl-S ........... $y. 00
MI.IH Aniiuue iamut, 3-111x1-2 iSiiJ.OO
tC-'.t.tMl Antique .Mosul. 3-8x2-10 918.00
all.UO nhlrvaa IWr Mat $0.50
10.00 laitrrl s Trapping, 6x1 $0.00
910.00 Camels Trapping, 4-lxt Vo.OO
att.OO Camel's Trapping, 3-4x1-3 $5.00
SM.OO Anatolia, 1-7x1-1) $0.00
11.00 llelurhistan, 3-10x1-6 $0.00
KI0.00 Mosul, -8x3- $28.00
tttu.00 MimuI, $-4x3-4 $28.00
4.V00 Bokhara, 4-3x3-3 $34.00
.H.V(I0 Modern Kara band, 6x1-1 $25.00
Wl.on Fine Kelaehistaa. -6x3-4 $32.00
a.10.00 llelurhiatan, 6-4x2-10 $31.00
4.1.00 Antique Hamadan, 6-10x3-6 ....$33.00
10.00 Antique Hamadnn. 6x3-4 $35.00
a.-.n.mi Antique Camel's Hair Bug, S-Sx.1-5
Bukhara, 3-6x3-4 .,
Ift.OO Antique Hamadan, 6-8x3-1
I2.Y00 Bare Ispahan, 6x4-2 $80.00
I0.V00 Ispahan, 7x4-6 $70.00
Kiu.llfl Hirakh. -7x4-4 $46.00
S.Vt.oo Antique Belurltistan, 6x3-6 ....$39.00
t.VI.IMt Fine Berurhlstan, 6-10x3-3 ....$39.00
moo AnuiollHu Killlm, 6-6x3-8 $25.00
42.00 Modern Harahand, 6x3-3 $28.00
IMI.OO Karaghan, 6-10x3-7 $34.00
4.YOO Mosul, 6-lOxU-S $31.00
M.OO I'.elu. hlstan, 6-6x2-6 $20.00
02.00 Antique. Hourhbulak. C-7x3-6 ...$45.00
0.VOO Southhnlak, x4-5 $70.00
tlO.OO Afshar. 7x4-6 $75.00
.WOO Mosul, 6-Sx3- $39.00
IS.0O Aatiquo llelurhistan. 6-6x3-1 ..$31.00
IH.00 llanudnn, 6x3-6 $33.00
7fl.(M AntNue Iran, 9-4x4-10 $49.00
70.00 Baku, 6-4x3-6 $45.00
AO.OO Khirvan Killlm. 8x6-6 $30.00
I I. DO Khirvan l""r Mat $6.50
fM.mt Camels Trapping, 6x1-3 $12.00
10.00 Camel's Trapping, 6x1 $6.00
I0.INI Cainel'a Trapping, 4-3x1 $5.00
ait.TIMt FineM lleiilrhls'an, 6-6x3-10 . ...$70.O0
O.OO Camel's Trapping, 3-4x1-3 95.00
$11.00 Anatolia, 2-Txl-s $6.00
Wa In vita visit hara ta look ever th ruga, avan thougli yea do net wish to buy.
J. I. TAiVlIiNOSIAM COMPANY
Omaha' Largtat Ratal! Oriental Rug House.
1808 Farnam Street. Omaha, Nebraska.
BEE WANT ADS PRODUCE BESBLTS
CHILDREN WANT IT
THREE tlMES A DAY
Omajia children want 'Mtnnv.ta"
macaroni and ?,jrhettl thr tlm a
I day. They are dflightxl 't d-
I lirlous, nut-Ilk flavor, and Omaha ladies
' flnl U.er in cotblnff better for them.
1 People are ju ttnnin5 to reallw
1 that Rood macaroni and epftathetti are the
hM aj d most nouri.hlnic fods and they
; m mly .)!
i hou d covered with .fan banUc;8,
.saturated n it h Iurk!en's Arnica Sal.-.
!t-a:a buTTi?. wound, vorev, piles. JZc.
j J-'or S3 le by Beaton I tus; Co.
will take the place of meat very largely,
i Tlwy ara easily prepared and no one ever
tire of tr.-ni. beatJ!e they can be served
In so many appealing ways.
But If you want ttwt rich, nut-like
flavor b Mire and Kt the deltclous
"Minnesuta" brand macaroni or spaghetti
made from the f:ne-M Northm Durum
wheat, wiiii at th r.ouri?hln tiluten lft
In. It Is easily disced and nevsr gun
ATYPICAL OLD WORLD BREW MADE WITH GREAT CARE
BY THE GOOD OLD GERMAN METHOD - A RARE AND
MELLOW BEER WITH AM EXQUISITE TANG AND A RICH
FULL FLAVORED BODY--IT 15 A REAL MASTER BREW
V-jl?M,f SO?'"' "1'f .-A
lasl.. a- . . - bl-'SMl,. ".
I sVa a, a-
IT IS DELICIOUS
YOU WILL FIND IT AT ALL FIRST CLASS BARS AND CAFES-ORDER
A CASE FOR YOUR HOME- DO IT NOW- THE DEMAND WILL BE GREAT
CALL OR WRITE.
CHA5.5T0RZPsN?oi Q2T SHERMAN AYE.
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