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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1912.
Fat Women, This Month
Should Interest You
This kind of weather Is the very kind fat
people should take advantage of and re
move thetr fat without any fear of ex
hausting themselves. Go to your drug
gist, no matter where you live, and buy a
case of the famous Marmola Tablets. Just
the same as the worid-renowned Manuals
Prescription, and take one of these tablets
after each meal. Your fat will disappear
at the rate of from 13 to la ounces per day
and you will correct the digestive Juices
of your "tem so that they will no longer
turn your food into fat. Thev will mike
you stronger and they will not harm any-
one. io matter wnetner you eat at home
or away from horue. your Marmola Tab
lets can always be carried and you will
thut be free frcm any worry about that
which you eat. These tablets will stop all
fat-making, and trie beauty of them lies
In the fact that they will not leave huge
wrlnkes after the 1st goes away. If you
will try them just one week you will be
come one of the thousands to whom we
can refer you. Marmola Tablets tor tale
by all druggists everywhere, or. If you
prefer, send the price of a case (it cts.) to
The Marmola Company, in Farmer Bldg.,
Detroit. Mich., and they will send same
to you by return mail in plain package.
WOULDN'T RECOGNIZE WIFE
As the Same Woman He Knew
Six Months Ago.
SICK FIFIIES YEARS
Now She Has the Bloom of Health
and He Thanks the ratted
Tho pleasures of the home, the founda
tion of the nation, depend largely upon
the health of the home builders. If either,
or both, of the heads of the family have
bees utucked by the Inroads of disease,
sot only the cares and the labor of Ita
establishment become harder, but the
pleasures of the fireside and the evening
gatherings around the family table are
dampened. Health and pleasure make up
the sum total of life. Without them
both we have no earthly reward for our
Mrs. Draper of Eckley, Colorado, had
been suffering fifteen years with a saver
form of Stomach, Liver and Kidney
trouble, together with rheumatism, going
from on doctor to another without re
lief, until her friend, who had been cured
by the United Doctor, told her to go to
those expert medical specialists who have
their Omaha offices on the second floor
of the Neville block, corner Sixteenth
and Harney streets.
After six months of their treatment
sh Is now a new woman and restored
to her family practically well. Mr,
Diaper's letter of gratitude follows:
Kckley, Colo.. Jan. M, 1U.
My wife Is getting along so wsll under
your treatment that I would not Ilk to
have her stop taking the medicine. I am
going to take it myself Just as toon as
my wife I cured. I can't thank you
enough for what you have don for my
wife, 8h has doctored with other
doctors for U years, but they never did
hr any good. She don't look Uk the
same woman sine sh has been taking
your medicine. I think sh will soon be
as wall as sh ever was, so thanking you
for your kindness, I remain.
(Blgncd) r. 1, DRAPER.
The abov la only on of the many
latter received by the United Doctors
vry week from grateful patients who
feel that they ow their Ure and their
present good health to th oarsful ear
and attention of these master specialists.
The United Doctors treat all surabl
cases of ohranlo diseases of th nervee,
blood, skin, heart liver, stomach, kid
nays, rheumatism, neuralgia, constipa
tion, goitre, pllepy, gall stones, catarrh,
dyspepsia, indigestion, dropsy, weak back,
ecseras, scrofula, diseases of women and
disease of men.
Any sick parson la safe In going to th
specialist who hav thetr Omaha office
located on th second floor of th Neville
block, comer Sixteenth and Harney
streets, for thsy accept no Incurable
cases. Their consultation and advto 1
free to al.
SAGE TEA WAS
USED BY OUR
It is easier to preserve th color of th
hair than to reator It, although It I pos
sible to do both. Our grandmother un
derstood th secret. They mad a "sage
tea," and their dark, glossy hair long
after middle life was du to this fact.
Our mothers hav gray hairs before they
are fifty, but they are beginning to ap
preciate th wisdom of our grand mothers
In using "sag tea" for their hair and
are fast following suit.
The present generation has th advan
tage of th past In that It can get a
resty-to-use preparation called Wyeth's
Bag and Sulphur Hair Remedy. A a
scalp tonic and color restorer this prep
aration I vastly superior to th ordinary
"esse tea" made by our grandmothers.
The growth and beauty of th hair de
pends on a healthy condition of the scalp.
Wysth's Bag and Sulphur Hair Remedy
quickly kills th dandruff germs which
rob the hair of Ita life, color and lustre,
making th scalp clean and healthy, give
the hair strength, color and beauty, and
makes It grow.
Get a 60 cent bottl from your druggist
today. H will 81 v your money back If
you are not satisfied after a fair trial.
Agent, Sherman McConnaU Drug Co.
133-1X7 West 47th Scree.
k. r. crrr.
SM Fas Saw of Onmiwaf.
A snodra Crnttvt hm4 w to.
Start el the wu., c-w M betel
eistrssli oavAiet ks ail eat llees
An eaetiM'Si wuut. Uwsm
tub privet bew ai.ii per a a,
gross tkatid CeUi a4Ju, Brvei.
ray eara wiuwntl transfer, gross
rennsylvaaua atauua. tin Ave
Bar wlikeus Waaeleft iktsaiot
H. B. SHAKES. IVeev
BONDS IN A PRETTY TANGLE
Second High. Bidden Refuse to Take
the Big- Isine.
C0TOCH El SPECIAL SESSION
New Bids Are Askew and Will Be
OsesM at Five O'c-laK-k Wed es
say Afteraoea salts Are
Liable te Fellew.
City ComptroUr Cossrovo ws In
structed by city council tn special session
yesterday morning to notify bond house
by wire mat ne b.ds on the &tt.iMv eity
bonds, refused by C, H. Venner dt Co..
of New York, would be accepted and
opened tomorrow afternoon at o'clock.
This action followed a warm session tn
Ahlch Fiank Meyers, representing Mcr-
: .1, Oldham Co. of Boston, Insisted that
...a company s proposition be accepted.
sine Parkinson A Burr, second high
bidders, had withdrawn their bid. The
bid of Meyers' client was 17,014. Venner
Co. presented a bid og HS.Ta. Ven
ner A Co. check for tS.M, placed as a
forfeit In case of their failure to accept
the bonds, has been csshed and th
money la being held by the city.
Representative Phillips of Spltser-Ror-
Ick St Co., had been notllled that new
bids would be received and Insisted that
those bid receUed by the comptroller
Monday afternoon be opened and the
bonus declared sold to the highest bidder.
Mr. Meyers objected to this as manifestly
unfair, sine hi bid had been published
and could therefore be overbid by a few
cents. He asked for a chance to present
a new bid. New bid bad been received
from HplUer-Korlck Co., R. L Day
Co. and Kounts Bros.
Bids Opened Wednesday.
AU bids will be opened this att
ternoon at .! o'clock. Th city has
suit money to New York to cover these,
but two.tiu more bonds mature June 1
and must be taken up with money from
this SUM, ooo issue.
City Attorney John A. Rlne told the
council the city would keep the SS.0M
check of Venner sV Co., but that suit
would probably be started by the New
Tork firm. 0 rounds for th suit will be
probably that City Comptroller Cos rove
did not place before th bidders th whole
truth, although th comptroller declares
there waa nothing misleading In his
statement nor the advertising for bide.
Venner A Co, maintain they were led
to believe the assessed valuation of prop
erty In the city was UM.000.000. Cos-
grove point to hi statement which Is
that th property tn th city for as
sessment purposes" Is that amount.
Adjustment of th difficulty between
th city of Omaha and C. H. Venner A
Co. of New Tork over th ssl of nwo.000
city bonds was discussed at the council
In committee of the whol Monday
afternoon and settlement at a special
meeting called for th afternoon waa pre
vented by th abssno of M. F. Punk-
By law notice of such special meeting
must be served at th home of council -
men. Mr. Funkhouser wss not at horn
A deputy was authorised to find htm.
After searching for two hour, while the
council waited In Idleness, th deputy
cam back and reported:
'He I out campaigning. I found trace
of him at th McCaffrey saloon. Six
teenth street, between Dodge and Doug
la. He had com up there in an auto
mobile and. they told me, had Just left
He waa with John A. Bwanson."
City Comptroller Cosgrovs eay Venner
A Co. have given no reasons for refusing
to take th Issue, eicept that they under.
stood th assessed valuation of Omaha
property to be UM,W7.U0, when that Is
the value of property for assessment
purposes, and therefore th eaeased
valu Is but on-flfth of that Frank A.
uray, former treasurer, had placed this
amount after th statement ''assessed
valuation," but the statements issued by
Mr. Cosgrovs have designated It "value
of property for assessment purposes."
Wire Th Bee.
C H. Venner Co. wired the follow.
In committee of th whol Monday
Ing to Th Be Monday afternoon:
Th article In your Issue of Friday
last stating we gave no reason for re
fusing to take IHU1.U0O Omaha eity bonds,
is Incorrect and unjustly reflects on us.
Our letter and telegrams to th city
comptroller April 10 and contain suf
ficient and valid reason which in Justice
to as and the public you should pub
lish that the real facts may be known.
Assistant City Attorney Lambert has
taken with him In hi visit to Nw Tork
all except on letter written by Venner
A Co., according to Mr. Cosgrove.
A telegram waa received from Parkin
son A Burr of New Tork, saying that
under the circumstances they "did not
prefer to Uk the bonds." They were
second high bidder, offering HAM, as
against S1S.000, bid by th other New
Miss Ann CHungate
Dies from Effect of
an Auto Accident
Miss Anna C. Hururstt. who was
Injured over a year ago in Omahs. when
she was knocked down and run over by
an automobile at Twenty-fourth and Lea
venworth streets died Monday at the
home of her sister. Mrs. Homer Asbaugh,
St Louis Miss H ungate was found dead
tn bed tn the morning.
After the accident Miss Hungate ral
lied and It was thought she had recovered.
Sh went to California for a time to
recuperet and later went to St Louis
where she died. She never recovered from
the effects of the sec dent. The body will
be brought to Omaha' tor burial Funeral
arrangements will be announced later.
Miss Anna Hungate was a most popular
girl, daughter of J. H. Hungate now
living at Blair. 8h was a graduate of
the Omaha High school, and had ved
In Omaha practically all her life, where
shs had a host of friends.
to Meet Tourists
The good roads committee of the Com
mercial club has decided to tender a
banquet to the members of the Denver
Chicago sociability run on arrival of the
party here on May ft It was also ar
ranged for a large number of Omaha
motorists, members of th Commercial
club and the Omaha Auto-Motor club to
meet th party at Hastings and scert
ths members to Omaha. It Is expected
that fifty or more will be In the Omaha
reception committee. The banquet will
be held at one of Omaha' leading hotels,
and It will be an event of some magni
tude. There will be between forty and
fifty cars In ths Denver party, which mill
leave Denver at noon on May XL The
rroute will be over the Omaha -Denver
transcontinental highway to Omaha, and
over to the river-to-river road through
Iowa. A large party of Omaha motorists
will accompany th tourists eastward a
far aa Atlantic The regular run is to
Chicago, but many of th Den ve rites will
go to Indianapolis and attend the Interna
tional sweepstake race on Memorial day.
The return trip will be mad by way of
Kansas City and to Denver over th
Uolden Belt road.
KRUG PARK TO REOPEN
ON DECORATION DAY
Krug park will be reopened May BX
sfter having been closed for three years.
Th Munchhoff brothers have secured a
leese on ths property and expect to put
in concessions and hav thing In readi
ness for the coming season.
The park I wned by th Caasell Realty
company, which until recently ha refused
to leas It for reopening.
The Munchhoff brother also hold th
last year of th lease on Courtland beach.
Th Rod and Oun club com Into pos
session of th beach next year.
DEATH OF MRS. PETERSON
IS CAUSEDJY ACCIDENT
A verdict of accidental death waa re
turned by the jury Inquiring Into the
killng of Mrs. Mary Petsrson, who was
run ever Saturday by a Union Pacific
train at Fifteenth and Orace streets. No
blame Is attached to the train crew, it
having developed that Mrs. Peterson's
sight was defective.
SHWNERS JOURNEY WEST
Delegation of Nobles Much in Evi
dence in Omaha During Day.
ASjUYE ON SPECIAL TEAKS
Earoate te Los Angeles to Attead
Aaawal Ceaelav. They Vlelt
Points ef Interest Dar
ing Stone Her.
The fex and the tiger claws were in evi
dence everywhere In Omaha yesterday,
worn by tlte hundred of Shrtnera passing
through on their way to Los Angeles, to
attend the annual conclave next week.
The Shrlners, their wives and children
owned the city since early morning and
and they made their presence felt, for
during their stay they visited most of
the points ot Interest.
Th flrt delegation to arrive came tn
over th Milwaukee from Cedar Rapids,
numbering eighty-five. They had a special
train, consisting ot tour new twelve-section
sleepers, a diner, buffet observation
car and on baggag car. This train was
In charge of Charles Mitchell, one of the
oldest passenger conductors on the road
and a prominent lowa Shrlner. The train
was parked at the Union station until
11:30 o'clock, when it was hauled west
over th Rock Island. During the stop
here. It was visited by hundreds of the
local Shrlners, who called to pay their
respects. Th Milwaukee train was ons
of th finest tbst It has ever sent out.
Th eara were of the standard color, a
deep orange, bright and new, being Just
out ot th shop.
Delesrattoaa treat Berth.
Lster In the day the Northwestern
brought In a special from the north car
rying Imperial Potentate Treat and th
Fargo temple and delegations from
Minneapolis. A little later a special ar
rived from Dea Moines and Davenport,
carrying 139 people. Here both trains
were delivered to th Stock Island and
proceeded on th Journey west
At 1 o'clock In the afternoon the Burling
ton took out a train ot twelve cars, con
sisting of sleepers and diners, with ob
servation car. This train carried the
temples from Winnipeg, St Paul, Minne
apolis and Aberdeen.
In the private car Magnet twenty-five
Shrinsrs arrived from Boston over th
Northwestern and this afternoon went
out over the Union Pacific on ths fast
Everybody knew that the members of
Khartum temple ot Wlnnrpeg, Order ot
the Mystlo Bhrtne were tn town. With the
temple, forty-five boosters cam along
and with them they brought a band of
seventeen pipers, th members dressed In
plaid and kilts. The first thing the
Wtnnipeggers did after getting to the
Union ststlon wss to gsther their pip
ers about them. Then the procession
started uptown. 1'ntll It was train time,
they paraded th streets, serenading and
receiving cheers and applause tn return.
View Terminal Site
A larsr party of tht Rock Island of
ficials came to Omahs yesterday to look
over the terminal property on whlcli the
new freight depot to he erected, whtrt
together with other Improvements, w II
coat In th neighborhood ot 1.)0. AU
of the offtcisls expressed themselves a
well pltaaed with the site end remarked
that when completed the building will
be one that will be a credit to the city
In the party are: A. K. Sweet, general
manager of the Second division, which
include Nebraska and Kanaas and the
pan handls country of Texas; J. B
vision, general superintendent: A. W.
Kelso, suprlntendent of the Nebraska di
vision: A. B. Rsmsdall, supcrintedent of
the St. Louis division; J. A. Stewart, gen
eral passenger agent of the Second divis
ion: A. T. Abbot, superintendent of the
Iowa division; S. M. Pratt, superinten
dent of the Colorado division; H. P.
Greenough, superlnteilent of the pan
handle division; C. W. Rourke, superin
tendent of the Kansas division and B.
E. Chaffee, superlnteilent ot terminals.
Sixty Pretty Girls
Will Sell Flowers
Sixty pretty girls will be ststloned on
the streets of Omaha Saturday to sell
flowers for the Ladles Muslkvereln
clety. No flower will be sold for less
than ten cents, and If a larger coin is
tendered In payment no change wtll be
It was first planned to hold the flower
festival May 1. but Saturday waa chosen
as mor people would be on th streets
and more flowers would be (old. Local
florist hav donated tb flowers, and
It will not be necessary to us th KM
subscribed by ths sixty-three patron
esses for this purpose and It will be
turned Into the treasury.
The Ladle Muslkvereln society hereto
fore ha been merely a band ot Interested
women who met occasionally to help
rats money tor th building of a music
hall. It ha been mad a permanent or
ganisation with these officers: Mrs. P.
Oetsschmann, president; Mrs. Charles
Schnauber, vice president; Miss Anna
Lamp, treasurer; Mrs. R. S. Lucks, sec-
Ton Judge a man not vy wrist he prom
ises to do, but by what hs hss don.
That la th only true test Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy Judged by this stsndard
baa no upertor. People everywhere spssk
of It In the highest term ot praise. For
sale by all dealers.
Her and There
on Amusement Rule
The question of whether or not to
change the "popular amusement" rule
will be discussed at th quadrennial con
ference of the Methodist church at Min
neapolis, Agitation has been revived in,
favor of removing the ban from dances, I
theater and card.
Bishop Nuelson of this city has gone to
the conference. John Dale, lay delegate. '
left for Minneapolis last night Ne-j
breaks Is represented at the conference by
the following delegates
Clerical-Rev. James R. Getty. David
City; Rev. N. A. Martin. University Place;
Rev. R. N. Orrll. Falrbury; Rev. C. M.
8hpard, Lincoln; Rev. C. N. Dawson.
Omaha: Rev. William Esplln, Arlington;
Rev. E. T. Oeorge. Nellgh; Rev. All
Chamberlain. North Piatt; Rer. J. w
Morris. Hold re, and Rev. A. B. Julian.
Gordan. Th laymen are. C. A. Fulmer.
chancelor Nebraska Wealeyan university.
University Place: O. M. Bpurtock. Tork:
a. K. To bey. Lincoln: R. B. Windham,
Plattamouth: John Dale, Omaha; O. H.
Oray. Central City; O. O. Snyder. O'Neill:
VT. R Akers. Scottsbtuff; E. A. Cook.
Lexington and 8. K. Warrick. Alliance.
Rev. Edward Hislop. district superin
tendent of the Omaha district, will rep
resent Th Be at th conference and will
make dally reports.
SUGAR BEET WORKERS
J . START FOR THE FIELDS
j The Illinois Central yesterday afternoon
carried to the sugar beet fields of Minne
sota a special train loaded with 20) Rus
sians, gathered up at and around Lin
coln. Th passengers consisted ot new,
wwanea and ehlMren, tn men at th
fa ml lie there being a assay as saves
Childress large enough to awn weed.
Ya destination of the worker ks Albert
Lea, where this year a lane "-rare r I
sugar beets SB toid. - - J
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SOUTH OMAHA. NEB. '
It's going to be sizzling hat soon.
There is no comfort in a stifling
office then. Clerks cannot work;
stenographers fail to keep up to standard,
and you don't do jiutice to your duties.
The I5ee building is
the coolest of Oma
ha's office build
ings. Its rooms are
there's a cool at
mosphere all over
it the air currents
race into the build
ing and circulate
the large handsome
court Better eet
located now and be comfortable all summer. All
modern office advantages are found in
THE BEE BUILDING
A few vacant offices are listed:
stooss S3 as S3S .Adjoining rocma, can t rented slnsl r n
ulte. At pressnt both rooms a o divided bjr temporary wood
and (lass partitions; bsve sn u.t exposure on deventaenta
street and are very UeS'.tte ivtt..
Beom Is lSmnii fert in slse; b:i.i two north wlcdows and a
prlvat office partitions! off In. Ids this space. Thla room
would be particularly well suited for an architect or studio.
sVooss 33fl Fronts on Parnani street end is slmost to front of ele
vator landing. Kize skxls-j, or it square feet Partitioned
to offer private etfice and reception room.
Boost SSS Itereptlon room, private office, two large cloawts. Urge
workroom mlth two north aludoaa Ideal office for engineer.
architect, doctor or other iroiessional men. Rental, per
SOS Is ll-x:o In sUe. located on the court, close to sky
llgnl. thus having excellent natural light Th space could
b dlvMed so ss to um two very pleasant rooma. Prtc.
per month SSTe
ISO Offtf in the northweet corner, having four large win
dow A fireproof vault ror the protection or valuahie paper
Is in much demand and ia afforded In this roor.. There is a
total of 22 u,L.are feet of floor epace and oroe would b
equipped with partition to satisfy good tenant. Th rental
prlc is. per month S4CUM
.Th?Bes Building Co.
Bee Business Office, 17th and Faraam Streets
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