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fllE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 16. 1912.
hew method iowbehhi
used with great success
Jerry Darnell Talks If Sis S scent
PEOVE5 SATISTACTQEY TO MAHY
Expert Sar It to a Baarea at Great
Plraaara ta km Sew DIsraT
fry la PsatTiaa- Sa Faaa
lar Over Dm
An occurence worthy of note m th
restoration to health of Jerry ItxneU of
iTU Lake street. this city, who tells la
tbe following Interesting manner what
"Tons Vita" did for him:
Mr. Darnell said: "I have bean In poor
health for a Ions time, (rowtnc wone
gradually. I was always nervous and
had stomarh trouble. My appetite was
poor and the food I did eat would cause
a formation of sas on my stomach. At
the completion of my day's work I would
be so tired and worn out I could hardly
walk. I slept poorly and my sleep did
ine little food.
"I beard of this new tonic, Tons Vita,'
and determined to test it I saw Imme
diate results. I now eat and sleep well
and my nervousness has disappeared.
My stomach has Improved and I do
longer feel tired and worn out. In fact.
I am a well man. after uklnf this medl
tine only a short time"
Similar statements by the dosens of
Omaha people who have been benefited
by this remarkable new tonic are beinc
received by the speciallsta who are here
introduclne Tons Vita." These special
ists were confident that their medicine
would prove as successful In this country
as the original did in Europe, and the
fact that It has become so beneficial and
popular in Omaha and other cities of the
T.nlted State has proven a eource of
"We have predicted all along that
every man or woman affected with
nervous debility who would give Tons
Vita' a fair test, would become a walk
ing advertisement for our remedy, and
judging from the results la Omaha ws
are correct," said one of the specialists
recently. "Anyone," continued he, "who
has been In s half sick, run-down con
dition, with no vitality and energy, a con
stsnt sufferer from despondency, stomach
trouble, et cetera. Is sure to tell about It
when they find something that will give
them genuine roller
"The public does not realise the symp
toms of- this modern plague and it would
be well for as many as can visit Bran
dels Drug department. Sixteenth . and
Douglas streets, south side main floor,
. hetwrea the hours of I a. m. and p. nv
this week and have us explain them, as
well as the nature of our remarkable
remedy. I am certain that half of the
headaches and other pains in Omaha can
be attributed solely to nervous debility,
end I am equally certain that we have
found a permanent source of benefit and
fist thi Original and ficnutni
ii on Lie ics
For Inanl,IiTviIkl,anclGrcng children.
PireNutrkupbuiklkig tbe wt body.
Invigorates the nursing mother sod the ageo,
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form,
A quick hack trepan b a minute.
TiasMtabttititt. AjU HORUCJt'i
Not la Any Milk Trust
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Have Moot Print It,
Ossaha Oesaral Hospital. Hong. MS.
Gas, suae, natures, Bareasa-Oraadea.
Saras' CelebtaUoa at the Auditorium,
January. ii Concert and ball-program
rendered by Royal Welsh ladies choir.
rival at People's Chase Dr. John
W. Edwards of Denver is conducting re
vival moo tings this week st the People's
church. He will speak tonight.
Kara Calokaaa stools Eleven spring
chickens and one blooded rooster was
stolen Sunday night from a coop In T. C.
Benney'a back jrd at M North Twenty
Ac to Look Over XVaaa Philip J. Kuns,
Fred Armbrust and Andrew Trsynor have
gone to California, where they will spend
several weeks looking over some land
they have purchased. Mrs. Trsynor ac
companied her husband.
aUa Arfaes at Xaacola City Attor
ney Rlne is In Lincoln handling the city's
side of the ease of Crittenbrink against
vTlthnell, which is a test suit In the su
preme court to settle the legality of an
ordinance passed by the city council pro
hibiting the establishment of brick yards
in tbe cily limits.
airs. Craig Maoa Batter M ra James
T. Craig, mother of City Knglneer Crsig.
much Improved. She passed the
crisis of her illness Friday. Owing to her
advanced age, doubts as to her ultimate
recovery have been entertained, but phy
sicians believe she will now Improve stead
ily until sbe Is entirely recovered.
aUary Os treat a Ores slather Henry
C. Oatrora. clerk of the Board of County
Commissioners, Is a grandfather. Mr.
and Mrs. Otis Doralna of near Dixon,
.Neb., are the parents of a baby gin, born
list night at the Ostrom home, where the
couple is visiting. Mra.e Domlna is a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ostrom.
aeaka Xla Baagkter William Fuller.
SJ south Eighth street, reported to tlx
folic yesterday that his K-year-old
daughter Henna left her home last Mon
day morning and has not been seen or
heard of since by him or any of his fam
ily. He describes the girl as being about
five feet four inches in height, weighing
about 18 pounds. She is light-complected
with light hair. When aha left nome she
was dressed In a light green overcoat
tolsB woods round P. Goldberg, a
pawnbroker at lout North Blxieinth street,
was arrested yesterday by Detectives
Dunn and Fleming for the running of an
alleged "fence." When the detectives en
tared the stars they found the cellar to
be partly filled with stolen goods. A set
of harness which wss stolen from Leo
Wagner, at Sixteenth and Bur; streets,
on December ( was found and a bicycle
which was stolen from In front of the
Wsstsrn Union telegraph office was also
recovered by the detectives,
Will Term I stria! Association Head ad
by iiaooi r'redrniK Coun ol the le.iip.s
Israel a number of progressive young
Jewish men have called a maas meeting
of the Jewish population of Omaha fu
the purpose of organising a young men
rU brew association. The meeting will be
j,d at Washington hall, eighteenth and
rlarney Streets, Wednesday svening, euJ
mil be addressed by Rabbi (John, Harry
U. Zlmman and L. Harris. Just h
much the local association will pattern
after the organisations of other allien
then farmed is not known at this time,
but Rabbi Cohn believes that the youtw
Jewish men of Omaha will support an in
stitution fuily as large as the ones la Hi.
Louis and Chicago.
LABORER EORRffiLY BURNED
Sam Larson, Employed on Keeline
Building-, Cannot Survive.
CAUSED BY EXPLOSION OF OIL
Wrapped ta Flaaacs, Lareem Jama
froaa Beeaad Starr at BailsHaa;
aad Raaa Freasledly lata
Sam Larson, a laborer employed by the
Selden-Breck Construction company on
the Keeline building at SermtoeUh and
Harney streets, wss horribly burned yes
terday when a quantity of coal oil ex
ploded while he was pouring it on a slow
burning fire. His legs, face, arms and
body were burned to a crisp. His chest
was the only part of his body which was
not burned. He was taken to Wise Me
morial hospital. Ha cannot live.
The accident occurred about 1 o'clock.
Larson was on a scaffold on the second
floor and was building a fire in a sala
mander. He could not get a hot blase
and poured a quantity of coal oil on the
embers. An explosion followed and Lar
son was wrapped in a mass of flames.
Jama trans Scaffold.
Driven by heat from his blazing clothe
he Jumped from the scaffold to the first
floor and started running to tbe street.
Larson was Just crawling over a fence
when he was noticed by his fellow work
men. He was caught by them and his
clothes were torn entirely from hit body.
Dr. James Goets wss a witness to the
accident and rushed Into a store tb call
an ambulance. Larson was taken into the
office and there waited In excruciating
Win until the ambulance arrived. Dr
Goets worked on him at the hospital all
morning and alleviated the pain to a cer
tain extent, but the man is hopelessly
He has been employed as a laborer ever
since tbe building was started. He is Xi
years of age and baa a wife living at 2S?
James Box. another workman, was busy
on a scaffold about five feet above the
salamander when the explosion occurred.
His hair and eyebrows were singed, but
beyond thst he was not Injured.
BURLINGTON WRECK AT -SEWARD
General Manager HoMreke has received
tbe official report on the accident that
occurred on the Burlington road eight
miles west of Reward Sunday afternoon.
There w as no explosion of a boiler or any
thing of the kind. The Burlington train
No. was running thirty-five mites per
hour, and It Is supposed that the engine
struck a broken rail. It with a baggage
car and two coaches left the track, but
remained on the line. The train was
stopped inside of 104 feet and the entire
damage will not exceed SMB. The only
person Injured wss Trainmaster Steele,
who was riding in the cab of the engine
and was slightly scslded by stesm that
escaped from a valve.
"William Kuh, manic-r of th drM
gooda department t Haydon Rm., hi
gone on a buying trip 10 New York.
T. J. Crawford, manaper of th furni
ture department at Hayrien Bros., has
rone to Grand Rapids, Mich., to attend
the annual furniture show, which aeta the
styles in furniture for the year.
PLANS FOR VIADUCTS READY
Indications Are Work Will Soon
Start on Three of Them.
WILL COST LAEGE SMS EACH
Eleveatk Street V lea act Plaas As
reveal, TVklle Thaws tar Baa
craft and Jtleaatae Streets
Ready for Approval.
Detailed plans for the construction of
two Important viaducts in the city dur
ing Wli cava been drawn. . One Is the
Nicholas street viaduct, to be built by
the Missouri Pacific and the Omaha rail
roads. The other Is the huge vlsduct on
Bancroft street, to be erected by tbe
Union Pacific, the Great Western and the
Burlington. Plans for the reconstruction
of the Eleventh street viaduct have been
approved and work ts expected to begin
soon as the viaduct must be completed
These viaducts will mean an expendi
ture of thousands of dollars The recon
struction of the Eleventh street vlsduct
alone will cost In the neighborhood of
tte.wno, aororrng to engineers. The
Nicholas street viaduct will be W feet
long end the Bancroft will be sot feet In
length. The totsl cost of the two struc
tures will approximate Ml The plans
have been drawn by the railroad archl
tects and will be submitted to the city
engineering department ' for approval.
in the stomsch, torpid liver, lame bark
and weak kidneys are Boon relieved by
Kl-ctrle Bltter.1. Guaranteed. Oc. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co.
Big Bag ofKabbits
and Gun Are Stolen
from Frank Dworak
Councilman Frank Dworak of South
Omaha la wondering what use there Is
in going hunting and barring a number
of rabbits Sunday the councilman
went a hunting. He had good luck and
returned with twenty-fire nice fat cot
tontaila, Testardsy he laid his gun
and the rabbits down in the Burlington
depot while he went for a cup of eofree.
When he returned his gun and rabbit,
the show already has been sold, tbe list
of exhibitors to Include the Ideal Cement
stone company and the Ideal Concrete
Stone company of Omaha, Kempfe be
Whiuker of Goebrta'. Neb.: Bolts Man
ufacturing company of eKsrney, Neb.;
four firms from Iowa, three from Michi
gan and one each ftom Indiana. Ohio,
Pennsylvania, Illinois Kansas and Minnesota.
Cement Users to
Meet Here Today
The Douglas County Cement' Veers' as
sociation Is celled to meet at the Com
mercial club this morning at lb to
plan for th Mldwxet cement ehow,'v.!ch
will be held in tbe Auditorium February
c to , Inclusive President Peter Palusr
and Secretary C. H. MrCord of the Ne
braska Cement I ters' assccistlon will be
A large pert of the exhibit space for
For Chilblains, Frost
Bites and Sore Feet
Many persons dread the approach of
winter on account of chilblains and
Irost-bttes, which cause a soreness and
Itching at times almost unbearable, fre
quently bringing on a nervous condition.
To those thus afflicted the following
treatment will be welcome Information,
as It gives immediate relief and soon
cures: "Dissolve two tahlespoonfnls of
Calocide comiumd In a basin of warm
water (not hot). Soek the foet in this
for fifteen minutes. Repeat this for sev
nishts, until the trouble dlssppears."
The action of Calocide compound for
all foot ailments is really remarkable.
liy Kv ue corns and callouses can be
poled riant oft. Sweatv, smelly feet and
trW itching fsrt need but a few ap
plication. Bunions set relief Instantlv.
Anv drurclst has ll in stock or will get
It from his wholesale house. A twenty
live cent package is usually sufficient to
put the worst feet in fine condition. Adv.
Ask Your Doctor
" How art your bowels?" : This is generally the first question the
doctor asks. He knows what a slutfgish liver means. He knows
that headaches, bilious attacks. Indigestion, impure blood, are
often promptly relieved by a good liver pill.' Ask him tf he
approve of Aycr'i Fills. Then follow his advice. t&fHft'
CROUP ASTHMA COUGHS
BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS
stasis, safe wa ft cum anuses fsf ersa
CBialmaBUa.sraiSiBtsr.is. ViMrtssS Cr.se
kM ss. ike sansyisH ef WUoi.i Casts aa4
NiieMS Cress- M sacs. It b s St ssSmts
ha . Tss ail mirri. rr rly smIm.
Ox, Imp 4 With ereef srvsts, sub. imtBi-f
esfTi UM mn rarest sat n ta. onis.
saarist rsssal aliBO, It a ianrssUs W swans
elte reset cbiUrca.
Bases, p.sf.i w. .aoiew
TV TtUHt er tae
kritauS tarsal. Ttoy
sr. stasis, ssWdes see
uWfik Of year
srarris! st as, Ms
Vsps Cmiliaa Ca.
al Cat as. a at, a. v.
Heavy Snows Give .
Promise of Biimper
Crops This Season
Colon Pacific general agents who arc
iii the convention and who have codr
Crom the west, (tats that throughout the
rntire Inter-mountain section of the
cocountT, th outlook for a bumper crop
uuxt at won Is better then It has been In
Over the entire area west of Nebraska
Hi snowfall has been utusually heavy,
rjnglng from eighteen Inches ta two
ffet. In the mountains It has been still
i.esvler. In Idaho, Utah, Montana and
Hashlngton over many of th ranges. It
having falien to a depth of from four to
ix (eet. Tl.es general agenta who make
it a business, in a measura, to study crop
. loblems, claim that when this Immense
body of snow melts neat summer, It Will
jrnlsh an abundance of water for Ir
t.gstion snd thst In almost every nee
,,on of th irritated belt th surplus will
ix stored In tbe reservoirs for us during
.1.0 dry season.
ridges or orna
mental designs on
a tire tread wont
A skidding tire slides
in a film of mud, water
A tread thtt cuts
through this Aim, that
cleznz the pavement, as
a squeegee cleans
a window will stop
the skid before it
There's only one
such tread the
safety Tread Tire
is a year-round
tire, greater in
mileage than even
the regular Dia-
At rotar Dakr-r
Of New York, -
215 Sou.. 20th Street.
Charity Cases in
Need of Medicine
A perceptible slackening up In th flood
of cases which for th last two weeks
has deluged th various chart tabl Insti
tutions has been noticed by the persons
.a (harts, and this fact If causing much
elation for H shew that th Omaha Held
for charity work Is being thoroughly
Tb Salvation Army dealt with about
twenty cases Sunday, against about fifty
oa the day previous and comparatively
w asked for aid yesterday. On old man,
about It yearn of age, appeared before
Ensign Thomas and asked tor coal and j
food and he told a pttttvai t.ory about how
hi grandson, aged It, who Is his only sup
port, hsd fallen 111 with grippe and was
unable to earn monea. MisaThomas made
an Investigation and found the old man's
story true In very detail, except that he
had neglected to mention that his grand
son was an orphan and was afflicted
with tuberculosis as well aa being tick
In bed with grippe. Th two unfortunates
share an lll-emelltng little room m a
boarding house In tbe MO block, Cass
The Salvation Army . as well ss other
charitable institutions find that they
could us considerable medicine and
medical aid and they wauld like to have
a few kmd hearted physicians give up a
few hours of their tin-. each day for a
few day and assist in chsiity work.
LESS THAN A YEAR AGO
Smoked meats are muea eheaper than a
year ago at this time, according to Martin
Heum. manager of the meat department
at Haydea Bros. No. 1 baron la selling
at IS cents a pound, which a year ago
cost S een as. Hams, which a year ago cost
IS cents a pound, are now sailing for
cents, and bacon Which then sold for
IS cents H selling for cents.
Vsriahl route tic kets via rail and water
or all tail at reduced fare.
Rend for Illustrated booklet.
W. A. Preston, T. P. A.. Chicago, or
B. M. Arson, o. r. A, Chicago. j
I J .
Splendid bargains in things your home needs
High quality, good measure and oncc-in-a-year prices
prevail everywhere in this greatest of January sales
,r lOTHING can attract the home-furnisher so much at this time of year as 'barga;ns in
IN curtains, draperies and other interior decorative materials.; Splendid opportunities
are offered here to the wife who wishes to effect new beauties within ner rooms.
' V 1.1...
The bedroom, the dining room, the parlor, the reception room all, will be changed to
room's of new beauty by the draperies which we are selling now for pricet that in some in
stances run to half the fair demands wc usually make. . .
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Lace Curtains of High Qua
LOT NUMBER ONE -
..This lot includes a large
line; in fact about 25 or 30 pat
terns of Curtains that are reg
ularly worth up to $1.75 pur
Special sale price 95 c per pair.
LOT NUMBER TWO
This lot includes a good se
lection, many beinp; patterns of
Brussels, Cluny, Filet Net, and
some Scrim Curtains, regularly
worth as high ns $3.00 per pair,
Choice of any for $1.95 per
LOT NUMBER THREE
In this lot is a large number of
good Lace Curtains In Irish
Point, Brussels, Filet Net and
Cluny Curtains, . Wgulnrly.
' worth as high as $4.75 per pair,
Choice of any for $3.00 per
LOT NUMBER FOUR
'We hare plaiHd in this lot a
number of patterns that have
been very good sellers, in all
styles, regularly worth up to
$6.75 per pair "
Choice of any for $4.25 per
LOT NUMBER FIVE
In this lot are better grade
Marie Antoinette, Duchess
Lace and fancy Appliqued
Scrim Curtains, regularly,
worth $10.00 per pair
Choice of any for $6.00 per
LOT NUMBER SIX
In this selection is included a
very fine line of Lnce Curtains
in better qualities of Duchess
and Lncet-Arabian, regularly
worth up to, $12.05 per pair
Choice of any for $7.75 per
LOT NUMBER SEVEN
All of our better grade Cur
tains that Bold regularly from
$14.75 to $25.00 per pair
Choice of . ally from $10 to
$17.50 per pair.. , v
We have on hand a few
pieces of colored scrim, madras,
light-weight Sunfast goods,
suitable for Over-Draperies,
that we desire to close out.
27-inch light-weight Mer
cerized goods in plain blue,
green or brown, worth 35c per
Sale price 15c per yard.
36-inch Mercerized Over
Drapery Goods in plain brown,
green or mahogany colors,
worth 75c per yard
On sale at 40c per yard.
36-inch Mercerized Sunfast
goods in browns, greens, ma
hogany or blue colors, regular
ly worth $1.00 per yard
On sale at 55c per yard.
50-inch Madras Over-Drapery
Goods worth $1.50 per
On sale at 75c per yard.
Novelty and bungalow Nets
We have a great many very .
good patterns in medium and
' low priced Bungalow and Nov-.
elty Nets, which we are plac
ing sale as follows: -
Small neat patterns thai reg
ularly sell for 50o to 60o per
On sale at 30c per yard.
Good patterns in Filet Nets
worth 90c per yard '
On tale at 60c per yard.
A good grade of Lace Neta
in two-toned colors, also white
and Arabian that regularly sell
for $1.75 per yard
On sale for $1.10 per yard.
Very fine qualities of Lace
Nets in white or ivory colors,
worth $2.00 per yard
On sale at $1.50 per yard,
Plain Bobbinettes in all
widths and colors at 20c to
60c per yard.
Although the styles now-a-days for door decorations are most
ly straight hanging Portieres, Borne people still prefer the French
Festoons or Draperies. In order to meet theee demands, we have
made up about a dozen different designs of Festoon Draperies in
all colors and styles. These will fit any ordinary sized door and
make a very beautiful door treatment Prices range from
$8.00 to $12.50 each.
Sample Lace Curtains
In this sale is our entire line of sample Lace Curtains and
Portieres carried by our salesmen last season. These are good,
clean materials and average about one and one-half yards in
length. You will find many styles of which there are four cur
tains to match. Your choice of any of the above at
20c for each curtain.
LOT NUMBER ONE
Armure Portieres with small
Persian or tapestry borders,
worth $3.00 per pair
Choice of any for $1.95 per
LOT NUMBER TWO
Heavier Portieres, the same
styles as above, regularly
worth $4.00 per pair
Choice of any for $2.50 per
Portieres of Extreme Beauty
LOT NUMBER THREE
Mercerized Armures and Rep
Portieres in all colors, plain
and with borders; regularly
worth $5.00 per pair
Choice of any for $3.50 per
LOT NUMBER FOUR
Tapestry and Rep, also fig
ured and bordered Portieres,
worth $6.00 per pair
Choice of any for $3.95 per
LOT NUMBER FIVE
Armure Portieres with Van
dyke edgings or Tapestry band
borders, worth $7.00 per pair
Choice of any for $4.75 per
LOT NUMBER SIX
Armure Portieres with edg
ings and tapestry bands, worth
$8.00 per pair
Choice of any for $5.50 perpair.
LOT NUMBER SEVEN
Very fine grade of P,ortierea
worth $10.00 per pair
Choice of any for $6.50 pair.
COUCH COVERS REDUCED
A large lot of Couoh Covers
in all colors, styles and designs,
a Vz Vt ot regular prices.
REMNANTS AT LOW
A few pieces of 8ilka, Tapeatri,
NeU and Odd Lace Curtains, at
25S 35 "-,50s .
"The Tag Policy House
413-15-17 South Sixteenth Street
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