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TIIE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, APRIL 0. 1912.
The United Doctors Have Been
Established for Years.
THEY KEVEE USE THE OUT.
Their Long Iierord of Cures Places
Them in Front Kant of Their
The United Doctors, who have their
Omaha Institute located on the second
floor of the Neville Mock, corner lith
and Barney strrets. are the eldest spe
cialists In Omaha devoting their entire
time to the treatment and cure of
chronic diseases- Their lives are de
Toted to the study and cure of this one
branch in the vide field of medicine.
Giving years of study and experience
to chronic cases, accepting no cases un
less known to be curable by their sys
tem ef treatment, they naturally have
attained creator skill in this line of
work than the ordinary doctor. In fact
their success during the years they have
been In Omaha has been wonderful.
Thousands of sick people from all
over the middle west have flocked to
these great specialists to be cured.
These cured patients have been the
means of sending as many more of
,helr frlr.eda to reap the benefit ot their
Thus the United Doctors have taken
first and highest rank In the medical
protection of the west, and they hold
this pestlloB on the merits ot their
work. Their reputation has been built
on a acord of cures heretofore unpre
cedented, and now there Is scarcely a
community within two hundred mllea
of Omaha which has not or one or many
who havfe been saved fron.1 lives of suf
fering anJ disease by these great epe
clal'.sta Fron) (heir very start the United
Doctors made it an invariable rule to
accept no ease for treatment which they
deemed Incurable. They never accept
a. fee from any sufferer unless a cure,
or great relief, can be promised. The
atck go to those specialists in confi
dence, knowing the reputation of the
tJnlte Doctors for fair dealing and hon
est treatment If they accept a case for
treatment the patient knows that the
straight road to health has been opened,
the higheat medical skill obtainable has
been enlisted in their favor, and that an
Ultimate cure will result
Thousands ot testimonials from cured
patients are on fUe In the United lec
tors' offices, on the second floor of the
Kevllle block, corner lth and Harney
streets Ask to see some of these. In
vestigate as many as you Ilka, talk to
pie living near you who have been
cured by these specialists, and you will
boon understand why the United Doctors'
reception rooms are always crowded
with patients and why these eminent
physicians are the nvoet favorably
knows In the country.
Bottled at the
about 100 per
For health's sake have
It In your home.
"Atwmy thm i
The coffee oil Mat delignts
you is developed in the
berry by the roasting.
Koast it too
much or too
little and the
oil isn't there.
is routed to the
instant of per
more it is the
pick of the world's coffee
growths carefully milled
packed1 to keep the strength.
., Just try a pound and see
' how mock finer H is.
TOM BROS., Owe Moine. ha.
I two Hrndsof gctcsa.
jm l BELMONT
"Caf the hock ofAe NOTCH"
I TtMl'i' T"" '
See that the Seal
GRAND JURY ABOUT THROUGH ;
Inquisitors Completing Report on!
work They Have Done.
WILL MAZE EECOMMEITDATI0SS
One ef Three Will Be that Money Be
Provided for the Graad Jary
to Be Sprat l Making
Douglas county grand jury, which has
been grinding for two months.' will make
its final report and adjourn today
according to announcement by several of
the grand jurors. The grand Jury has
been at work on its final report for more
than a week and the rather lengthy docu
ment almost is completed.
One of the most important sections ot
the final report will be a recommenda
tion tor some law or other provision for
funds for prosecution ot Investigations by
grand Juries. It will be set out that the
present grand Jury's Investigations have
been hampered by lark of funds and at
tention will be called to the fact that
what Utile money has Been spent has
come out of the grand Juror's own
According to one of the grand Jurors.
Itlie county hospital scandal, which has
been Investigated to some extent, will not
bo whitewashed and recommendation that
something be done to better all conditions
at the hospital will be made.
Many Tree Bills Feaad.
Since the grand Jury began work, Feb
ruary 6, many Indictments In ordinary
! criminal cases have been returned and the
! following more important true bills have
Arthur W. Gross, former claim agent
fo the street railway company, bribing a
Judges and clerks ot the last primary in
the second precinct ot the Third ward,
Proprietors ot three moving picture
theaters, employing children.
Former Mayor P. J. Trainor ond Fire
and Police Commissioners Joseph Plvonka
and J. J. Ryan of South Omaha, accept,
ing a bribe.
8ol Qoldstrom. agent or the South
Omaha liquor dealers; former City Clerk
Frank Good of South Omaha and former
Justice of the Peace P. C. Caldwell of
South Omaha, giving a bribe to Trainor,
Plvonka and Ryan.
Councilman John Franek of South
Omaha, keeping a saloon open on elec
Law Students to
Sixteen atudents ot the law school ot
Crelghton university will be Initiated into
the Gamma Eta Gamma, a well knowa
legal fraternity, this evening. The
Installation will be In charge of R.
Douglas Boyd ot New York, high Chan
cellor of the fraternity., He will be as
stated by Thomas W. Lantgan. a graa
uate o the arts department of Crelghton,
and Judson Kolyn and Gerald Clifford
of the University of Michigan.
the candidates are members ot the
Bachelors' club of the law school, which
haa existed for some tiros as a local
social organisation and which will now
become a full fledged chapter of the na
tional body. Its members Include men
who are prominent In the various lines
of- student activity astd- whose acholastlt
record Is high.
TAKEN TO THE THEATER
In appreciation ot their work In the
recent campaign for 1.600 members, the
executive committee of the Commercial
club Monday night entertained the mem
bershlp committee at dinner at the Omaha
club and at a party at the Brandels
Stories of the recent campaign were
told and toasts to various members of the
hustling committee were answered. The
two committees went In a body from the
Omaha club to the Brandels theater,
where they saw the production ef the
YOUNG WOMEN AFRAID
TO LEAVE THE Y. W. C. A.
For an hour Monday night half a doien
young women were afraid to leave the
Young Women's Christian association
building where they had gone earl In the
evening. The reason for their fears wsa
that an Intoxicated man had tried several
times to gain an entrance therein.
The" police were notified and Jerry
Degan was arrested near the building.
He was Intoxicated, and admitted It As
00 one appeared In police court to prose
cute him Judge Foster dismissed him.
Births aad Deaths.
Births-Oharlea and Anna Lewis, tat
South Thirteenth street, girl: John and
'Elisabeth Kormayer, ens South Thirtieth
street, girl; Arthur and Alma iramoeca,
Florence, girl; William and Dora Ice
land. Kit Dodge s.reet. girl; Rululpn and
anna Kiebr. im South Eleventh street.
girl: John and May Boyd, ' North
Fourteenth street, boy; "8. A. and Clara
Donnel. 4411 North Twentieth street, boy;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles JS. Henley,, tilt
earning street, twins, boy and girt
Easy and Annie Lot win. K3 Patrick
aveaue. boy; Frank and Fannie MeVae.
171 Cuming street, boy; J. R. and
Anna Perkins, tuts North Thirty -ninth
street, girl; turn and Dora Roeketa, 1401
orth Klgnieentn aires., mr; aue ana
Lena Seat a. rtt South Eleventh street.
boy; ft, J. and Etva Lampeett. Mil North
Deaths Mrs. Anna Ruebaamen. C
years. 14 South Nineteenth street; Leo
Bredln. years. SU Patrick avenue: Mr.
Margaret Hamilton. 4 year. ii North
Fortieth street: Arthur J. Weiton. 1?
ears. 89 Haskell etreet; Mrs. Faye
amieson, B years. Twenty-fifth and Har
ney streets , Mrs. Charlotte M. Davis. S
year, lis North Forty-third avenue; airs.
Mary Panes, 2S years, alt. Joseph hos-
fltal; Anna Janecek, years. Ian South
weifth street; Elnor Krejcl, it vara, W
Casteliar street; J. W. Elder, II years,
1 Jefferson street.
The following marriage Bcenata have
Nam and Residence. Age.
Robert C. P on berg. Idaho Falls, Ida.. JO
AiflU M. Chiistensen. Omaha 24
George M. Hamilton, Elmo, Ma 7
Nellie Needham. Elmo, Mo 27
Andrew Mh-hals, Fort Crook. Neb a
Eccellne Abbott. South Omaha 21
Crl J. Fisher. Cosad, Neb at
Cordelia Huntley. LaPlatta, Neb 1
William Coubwn. South Omaha. a
Katharine sCatuek, South Omaha U
David D. Edwards. Council Bluffs, la., as
Julia M. Watson. Harlan. la U
J r.h F, 'I a vJ-.i X. D fr
ct- . .. .. - i. "- I I
r. Ii. Katon. 123 Lfthrep, frame garage,
I1S0-. J. N. Deaver, ta North Nineteenth
st.eet. frame dwelling. : Dr. M. St.
Loomla. S11T Lothrop. garajre. sTW: N. J.
Hlldtag, ZM Plnckney, frame dwelling.
High School Janitor
is Bothered to Find
Places for New Lids
An effective crusade against spring hats
of excessive measurement was waged
at the Omaha High selwol this morning
when Prof. Herbert A. Senter. who has
charge of the lockers at the school, con
fiscated a total of eleven Immense bon
nets which could not b safely cnimmed
into the lookers provided for the students'
wraps and books.
After the millinery had been gathered
together, one of the desks in Principal
McHugh's office was stacked high with
headgear rang.ng from wide brimmei
blue sailor forms to rally trimmed straw
affairs that were given their initial try
It is probable that an edict limiting the
sise of hats st the school hereafter will
be Issued to cope with the difficulty nt
running a Jiat check room. Those who
had the ban placed on their hats are
planning on spring toques and close fit
ting opera bonnets for the rest ot the
Crop Outlook Good
Northwestern Nebraska is lucky in hav
ing such a booster as J. E. Porter, at
torney, of Crawford, Neb. Porter will
ingly admit, that the etate haa had It
pretty hard the last year, but he pre
dicts businees conditions will Improve
considerably this year. 'There isn't a
vacant houe in Crawford or Chadron
and contractor! will noon be busy build
ing more, he tald. "Crawford is a real
live town. We voted wa'er bonds last
year and this spring they put through
an tasue for a sewer system. We are
waiting a little to dispose of these bonds
because money Is tight, but I certainly
believe things will open up so we can
dispose of them tn another week or two.
The crop outlook Ms excellent.'
Live Stock Men to
Chase the Coyotes
The Northwestern reports a large at
tendance at Rapid City, 8. D of the live
stockmen of the northwest. Ths com
pany took out. two car loads of dele
gates Monday night, one from South
Omaha and another from Sioux City.
One of the thrillers at the Rapid City
meeting of the atockmen will be a coy
ote chase. Ten coyotes have been cap
tured, i hey will be taken five miles
outside the city and turned loose. Each
and every man who can secure and ride
a horse will eligible to Join In the chase.
There are prises for those who catch
alive, or kill a coyote.
FARMER IS FINED FOR
MAKING KICK ON BILL
James EHer. a farmer of Decatur, Neb.,
had three friends to dinner at the Unique
restaurant, 208 South Fourteenth street.
When the bill wss handed Eller he com
plained because It called for H Ho
agreed to pay 11 .60 for the repast, and
the proprietor called the police. Ell.ir
and Donahue were charged with being
drunk and disorderly. They were fined
t2.60 and costs each by Judge Foster In
police court The two women were discharged.
S 20 Below Omaha PricesNot One Day Out Every Day S
Fop One Week Only s
We offer at greatly reduced prices high grade dining room f
27i54-inch Velvet np.
Bugs at 3 DC
27x54 inch Ax- 4 ir
minster Rugs. . W I iTw
6x9 Seamless f 7C
BrusselsRngs.'.WTi 1 0
9x12 Seamless Q yr
Brussels Bugs, .wJi 1 3
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Expert Gives Ad Club Members
Advice on Advertising'.
CAMPBELL TALKS OF SELLING
Says that the Average Retailer Is
ot m Salraaiaa Advises Ad
vertlaleg of Hosse-Made
"The average retailer Is not a sales
man." was one of the many statements,
frought with enthusiasm and sincerity,
made hefore the Omaha Ad club by Colt
Campbell of Campbell & West, merchan
dise selling agents.
The topic of hl talk wss "A (telling
Agent's Views on Advertising." a topic
that had been given him. He spoke
principally upon actual experiences in
selling goods and the handicaps the ses
man meets wen selling unadvertiscd
He defined a difference between a
salesman and an advertisement or ad
vertising agent. "The salesman must de
liver the goods before he gets one dollar:
the advertising sgency asks its money
before It delivers the goods."
He said he thought advertising
agencies should "produce the goods" be
fore they ask the money, but on the
other hand advertisers are appropriating
amounts too small for their purposes.
Horace M. Ooddard, a well known ad
vertising man of New York, followed
Campbell with a paper on advertising. He
decried the attitude of small rets!! mer
chants toward advertising snd said the
reason so many and so much nationally
advertised goods sre sold when home
products are Just as good In quality and
as cheap In prlre was because advertising
makes them easier to sell.
Ooddard declared that S5 per cent of the
American people depend upon the news
papers for their Information and that
newspapers were the best advertising
"Tour appeal for trade' In any city,"
he said, "Is sure to get Into every home
by the use of two of them. The manu
facturers ot the country Judge the In
telligence of the people of a town or city
by the newspapers that serve them and
this appeal brings the great factories."
REPAIRS ON BRANCH LINES
The Burlington has completed the re
pairs on the Sioux Clty-Aahland line
caused by the recent floods and trains
are moving between the two points. The
line between Columbus and Bellwood Is
opened to travel and the rebuilding of
the bridge over the Platte between Ed
holm and 8chuyler will be finished by
Tou can say goodbye to constipation
with a clear conscience If you uss Cham
berlain s Tablets. Many have ben per
manently cured by their use. For sale by
Superintendent K. V. Graff will go to
Peru Friday to art ss ons of the Judges
in the Peru-Wayne Normal school debate.
J. a McNally, district passenger sgent
of the .Rock Inland, hss gone to Chicago
on a company business trip. This Is the
first time that he has been out of the
city since recovering from his long illness
- Ralph Newman, one of ths principals n
the Hprlng Maid company playing at the
Brandela theater, is the guest of his
brother, D. M. Newman.
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;?i?Tff Your Choice
Waxed Oak Xp35
jr - r riaA Xwi
Erdman to Return
to Colorado Pen to
The warden of the Cwlorado state peni
tentiary has teleisraphed Sheriff Felix J.
McShane that an officer is on the way
to Omaha to take Frank Krdinan back to
the western state t ftnia his term fir
burglary- The telegram is reply to
mes!Ci(K from McShane in which he told
tv warden the Omaha case against Erd
man is about to bo dismissed.
The cae will bt .ilmised as soon a"
the officer arrives, lie will amst Erd
man when the latter steps out of the
METCALFE TO ADDRESS
K. L. Metcalfe of Lincoln will address
the Omaha Manufacturers' association
Thursday. Charles R. 8 he mi an will also
M&ke Faust Spaghetti the chief
dinner dish one night each week
Do this for the pleasure it will give the
whole family. Do it for the wholesome
nourishment contained in a dish of
And for economy's sake, for Faust Spaghetti
most perfectly takes the place of expensive
meats. Faust Spaghetti is made from Durum
wheat richest m the elements that build up
the body and supply energy. It is made in
kitchens that are spotlessly clean and
carefully packed in odor-proof, damp-proof
and dust-proof packages.
It comes to you delightfully fresh and clean,
. Write for our free book of recipes.
5c and 1 0c packages. .
MAULL BROS.. St. Louh. Mo. 1
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speak, his subject being the ' Sale of
Omaha-Made Goods from :the. Ketailera'
Engineers to Strike
On Mexican Railroad
MEXICO CITY. April s.-American
conductors . ami engineers employed by
the National Railways of Menk-o will
'walk out April tt unless some unforseen
1 circumstances Intervenes. The- railroad
! managers liHtay refused the demands of
j the nun. The latter .atready had voted
to strike If the company's rrply was un
' favorable." Nearly SCO employee are at
I feoted by the strike decision.
Kfforts of the American ambassador,
j through official channels, to avert the
i iTOKPCcttve walkout were without avail.
The general manager ot the rallruads
declares he will be able to fill the I'laces
of the Americana with competent Mexi
cans ami that train service will not be
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
A - i'HjtK
See our com
plete line of
and Wilton rugs,
furnished in all
sizes, at much
CREATE NEW PRE
Dresher Bro3. Clean, Alter, Be
pair and Dye 4,000 Gar-
ments in Three or '
1X0N0MT IS THE WATCHWORD.
Omahana Itonght Ieos and Oranwl
.Mora This Tear Says
Vc MAKES CLOTHES NEW
"This makes Hie four thousandth gar
ment put In shape her. this week. Kt
err Job satisfied; v. haven't had a
come hack'; and e' saved hundreds
ot dollars for Omahana"
And after delivering thla speech to
the Interviewer, "Al" Dresher, the cy
clone lire wire ef the Dresher Bros.
Cleaning and Dyeing estshllshment at
llll-tilS Famam street, settled back
Into his chair exhausted.
Tou don't mean to say you'v. put
four thousand garments through th.
mill In alngl. week. Mr. Dreiherr,
queried th. new. hunting Internewsr.
"Leee than a week." Jerked out AI;" ,
"stacka of people saw a way- to aar.
money thla year; mad. up their mlnda
at th. last nvonwat to elesit last
year'a garments Inafead of buyln stw
ones; thafa th. reason w.'. psrsptred
her. getting out th. work In time.''
"-hat do th.y aa cleaning up old
clothes Instead of buying new oaesf."
asked th. new. hunting Interviewer
next. . i ; s '
'Well. It cost, about flv. per cent ot
th. cost of the old garments to mak.
em look Hk. o." "1
rushing Al;",'' ,rom ,h,t-
"How did you ever manage to do Itr
again queried th. lnwri.r. "did
put oa an astra forc.r
No not many; w. are fixed for bl:
work of thla aort any tlm.; and to do
rightly." anawered Dresner, .
vbai. more. w.v. a so.- v
K0s upon scor- of .apart pei. -run
it. and a half doaea rigs and four
automobile, to deliver ths f 'l,:
Thla conversation twk plac. at mld
.i.m Haiurdav laatandv.n at tliat
tlm. Dreaher grey wagona were at tin
ta take out every renam
ing garment In tlm. for "Eaat.r wear"
,iua. it took almost unu.ua-
ble hustling, but lrekher Uros. got out
very garment In tlm..
Th. Dreah.r Broa Cleaning plant, by
th. way, waa an interesting sight during
the woek preceding Easter; counters,
.halves and workroom, wer. piled knee
deep with tbousanda ot ladles' gowns,
dresses, gentlemen', eulta, ladles skirls, i
waists, plumes, hats and .van slippers,
,tc, all alated to undergo a complete '
restoration and rejuvenation beror. tn.
anxiously awaited Easter Sunday.
In fact, a number of people who were
Iven credit for wearing new clothe, on
Sunday last wore really attired In lat
season's clothes, brought to a stag, of
newness by the wonderful cleaning sys
tem la use at th. Dresher Bros, estab
Pew people have an Idea of the mag
nitude of th. Dresher plant, but all '
workroom, are always open to any
Omaha or out of town visitor. Go
through th. plant at 13 1 1-211 1 Farnam
street at any lime and see a metropoli
tan cleaning and dyeing establishment
la op ration.
Dresher Broa. maintain receiving sta
tions In th. Pompelaa Room of Th.
Brandela Store, and also at the Dresher
Th. Tailor establishment at 1115 Far
nam street, and those living out of town
need per e ipreaa merely one way oa
bundlea of work amounting to 1 1 or
over for Dreehar Broa. assume th. re
maining carrying char gee.
The Dreaher telephone numbers art
worth remembering; Tyler 130 or Auto
133-18? Wee 47th Street.
K. Y. cm.
00 Feet Eaat of BroextwavJ.
A modera fireproof hotel la the
heart ot tbe theater, club and hotel
diatrlct; eawvonlont to all ear Mass
An aacepUooai orchestra. ftroa
with private bath tits per day.
from Grand Ceatral Station. Broad
war ears without transfer. Frosa
FenoeylvaBia Stattm. Itb Avenue
cere without trans', twotiet oa
B. B. SHAKES. Prop.
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