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lHE bili OMAHA. - taAti)Ai, MAi' 22,-1912.
DON'T BE NERVOUS AMD RUM-DOVM
Kew Tonic, Tona Vita, 'Will
; Positively Restore Your
) ' "Old Vitality:;-
Nervousness, depression of spirits, lack
of wiy, all run down, thee are the
ehief symptoms of nervous debility, tiM
modern affliction caused largely by the
rush, huatl and worry of modern Ufa.
If you are a sufferer from tut all-too-eommon
complaint, and cannot go to a
hie a priced sanitarium to have rest and
;4iet build you up, you should read care
fully ins loiiowinc statement by c. N.
Hunt. aq., of 0J SUth St.. Milwaukee.
Wis., conosroina the remarkable new
tonic, "Tona Vita" that has made aucb a
real record during tbe past year. Mr.
Hunt aaya: "For a number of years my
wife baa been a aufferer from a coo tin
no ua run down, nervoua condition and
and stomach trouble I took her to a
number of doctors, but none seemed to
Vive bar any relief. She crew constantly
worse and her entire system became affected.
She could hardly - ant anything
would say tbe very thought of eating
made bar atca. She caught oaa bad cola
after another and waa always tired and
languid.- She had bad headaches and
attacks of dissJneea.
"I (ot some Tona Vita a (aw months
ace.. My wife bee an takinc tbe tonlo
that, aicht and we were pleasantly sur
prised to notice an Improvement after the
second day. She is now like a different
woman.' The nervousness and depression
are all '(one, and she eat and sleeps
better Stan she baa for years, it aeeroa
wonderful to note auch a chance la ier.
I believe "Tana Vita' la worth Its weitht
la cold- .
If veu Are, debilitated- and run down.
above ail things try Tona Vita." Tea
mill never secret It. aa It will build yea
up like meafc. It la the finest prepare tloa
now on the nsarkst. ' .
Sherman McOenneU Pruc Co., Mth
and Exwae, Obri Drue Co.. lth and Har
ney, Harvard Pharmacy. Mth and Far
nara Sts . and the loyal Pharmacy. W-
Herts, Mth St. .are the aitenta for Tona
Vita In Omaha Tour money will be re
turned to you If you are dissatisfied wub
the toatc- The Approved formula IM
Daytoa. Ohss- 1 ..,
RUBBISH MOST BE REMOVED
Commissioner Kugel Flans Cam-
- paign Against Careless Ones.
SOTICES AEE BEING SENT OUT
Sixty-Six Men Are Let Oat el the
Street Cleaalaa-. Caasa Beeenee
f a scarcity of Panda
1 ' ea Hand. " . V
Comrplwloner A. C. Kucal has planned
crusade against property owners and
resident who maliciously or negligently
keep rubbish piled In open boxes or !n
heaps In their back yard or In the al
leya A special man has been detailed to
notify them that the law must be obeyed,
rubbish not al loved to scatter and walks
must be ewept before the hour ot I
o'clock in the morning.
after a while Commissioner Kucal. In
tends to have waste can with tlht lids
placed at convenient places In the city
to hold rubbish. He will then compel
residents to place all rubbish In these
cans tof be carted away by the street
cleanhic department. . .'
Mr. Kugel has cut - down the street
eleanlnc brigade to forty-four, dlscharg.
Inc six gangs of eleven men each. The
remainlnc fortj-.four are divided - Into
four canes . of eleven men each. This
move la made because funds have been
Three Ad Club Men '
Are Visited by Stork
The Omahm Ad club will follow the
stork to the .homes ot three ot Its mem
bers and lease hue bouquets. During
the last week three members of the board
of directors ot the club reported new ad
ditions to their families. Sam Rsee, Jr.
announces a baby girt and E. AL Htggtng
and Dr. Z. D. Clark report the arrival -of
Aa American Klaa .
Is the Croat king ot cures Dr. King's
e i Discovery, the quick, safe, .sure
cough and cold remedy. Me and O. For
sale by Beaton Drue Co.
il i B 'ft l
e 1 ms.
Wt ST, I&
celegance, located in
Newark's tocial centre
Easily accessible to '
tWtre anc! siicrppinjt
districts. . r
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS SJXfeJOS
MAY re OCTOBta
Fifiti Av. & FifVt?t?ri St
NEW YORK. CITY
Tha Favorite Rye
31 Sis Generation"
We cannot make it better
. in &vor, -meflowness or
Distilled 4 times in copper.
(Ordinary whiakey not more than twice)
Ak for SCHENlY RYE
Bottled in Bond
Each bottle is sealed whh
tbe U. S. Government Stamp.
Its age Is guaranteed by the -'
U.S. Government , ,
Its purity by the Schenley
Its quality speaks for itself. ;
Uhen you buy Rye, buy School ey. At all delrs.
Schenley Distilling Co, LBcesco, Pe, '
Ptira , beer -needs protection
Is pat np la Amber bottle so
tbe rays of tbe sun cannot de-
troy its purity or (ire It a
disagreeable taste. . v .
Old Age Is made from the.
costliest materials., ft Is not.
simply A beer ot quality, out' A
beer ot doable ualtty.
Family Trade Sappiied by:
South Omaha WM. ' JETTKK.
SB09 X SC, rboa So. 808. v
Omaha HCOO T. BILZ, 1321 .
boat-las C rhoae Dous;. 1842.
Jettef Brewing Co.
BOVTH OXAHA. KEB. .
IMPLEMENT CONCERNS DUPED
Slickert Secure Big Orders tad Auc
tion Them to laraer. (
SOKE -IDIOT BEUO SOBBED
All el Tkess. Theasa. Say that the
Other. Fellew Waa Steae by tbe
Mea ks Cleea Ca Abeat
' ' ' erty Thoasaa Dollars. ' a
Severe! Amaha Implement firms durlns
the last slaty days have" been tjeatea out
eT'aa assresate sum ot !a.M by some
tske dealers, and three firms declare
that It's nobody's boslnesa.
. Tbe manager ot each company stoutly
avers that It eras not kla company that
was defrauded and forthwith lays at the
door of his competitor the humltlatlnc
chart ot having been duped. "They are
suckers." he says. Thus each has been
branded by his neKhbor. It all happened
and the rumors were started In this wist:
Pea as eaatrr Dealers.
Some polished gentlemen with fluent
toncuea came, to Omaha not Ions since,
and purpertlnc to be country dealers
In hardware, plows and those sort ot
thing, placed their orders with certain
firms, the consignments to be delivered
to these towns immediately. So adept
were those men that the implement men
Goods were shipped to Madison.' Vir
ginia, and other points la Nebraska, and
the good were sold from the cars at
auction. , -' "
When this was started the Implement
firms began to hear from the regular
dealers. These auction sales were not
doing a thing to their home trade but
taking It all away. ' They were unable
to get their cash discounts bscaure of
the auction.' t
H. F Brownfleld. who two months
ago bought a hardware store from Mer
men Frtcke at Madison, was about the
first one to kick. He sent notice to the
John Deere Plow company that persons
ksd come Into his territory and supplied
the farmers with enough Implements to
plow, harrow and do other things to ths
entire county for some years la the fu
ture. X John Deere traveling salesman
looked up the matter and found It so. The
salesman waa peeved, too. About, M.MS
worth' of goods had bees dispensed at
' Then a C. Q. D. flashed In from Vir
ginia. Another dealer was In distress.
He notified another Omaha Implement
company. And so they kept coming In.
' Qeads Caaefct la Ttaa.
Flnally a firm was about to be stung
S second time. Men from Red Oak or
Waterloo (the Implement people disagree
on the point) came In and ordered a
consignment of goods sent to May wood.
.The firm caught the goods Just la time.
They were en cars ready to be auctioned
off. A salesman for an Omaha firm In
terfered. The men fnd their rapid-fire
auctioneer left the town-left ' the state,
maybe the county, nobody knows, but
many would like to.
Since then the excltmenl among the
Omaha firms has abated. Or, that Is to
say, their fears have abated.' They sr.
ow excited over ths question of which
firms were, duped. Rumors and sub
rumors, charges and subcharges and sur
charges are going about.
When asked about the perplexing thing
Ihe manager of each - firm which was
mentioned by the. other as 'having been
a victim, stood Upon bli Mod legs and
dented P. And while he thus stood, he
mentioned two Or three other firms that
had been victims, -'-
Te Make leveatlavtloa.
. C. T. Donkls, assistant manager of the
eMollne Plow company, aa did the others.
declared his firm had not been .affected.
He added - that the firm wait .going to
make' an Investigation Shd probably
something would be .given out In a ,few
days. .',-"'' . . '
W1. D. Hosford, treasurer ot the John
Deere Plow company, said that his com
pany hsd not suffered at all. He had
heard that men bad - "worked'.' soma ot
the companies, but hadn't; Worked his.
O. M. Durkee, manager of the Pari In A
Orendorf Plow company, didn't 'want to be
quoted, but there are two or three com'
panlee, said he. that' he absolutely knew
had been duped. There Is a traveling sales
man, he said, who knows air about It
J. C. MoConney. manager af the Ra
cine Battley company, believes there
hasn't been any such deals pulled oft.
"It's s fact," he said, "that many Omaha
Implement firms are overcrowded with
stack. It would not do for an Implement
firm to go In and ssll goods In competi
tion with their customers. I have beard
In a round about way that there may
be a firm, a certain firm bore well, I
don't went to bo 'quoted."
.'And so It went and so It Is going.
THIS ADVCRA RCFUCT, "
ftJf VTBeMiHTfORVcOHSIDIReCOMA fWt'Y'"'.
" VvCQ j THE GREATEST 1PARE. MAKE hjJ , ' 1
X REDUCTIONS prpunjoouLAcs; , !L .
ft UN WaNO PRICESA DO'TRIPIB ($ClK V
vyvHwN l KNOW' xDU T.Y yf 1 $fffL
Uncle Sam Sends -
Man to Inspect the
City's Water Supply
A. J. McLaughlin of ths United Sta'e.
public health and marine hospital service
will bp ,ia Omaha Saturday to make a
sanitary survey of the watershed. He
will test samples of Missouri river water
and determine the sewage pollution..
Health Commissioner Connell has place J
at the disposal ef the Inspector the serv
ices of the city chemist and, the city bac
teriologist, and the city laboratory win
also be used. , 4
Mr. McLsughUa Is now In Kansas City
sod will arrive here with Mrs. UcLaugh
Un Saturday, or possibly Friday. Ha has
asked for the co-operation ot local and
state hea'th .officials, ' .
Cement House Wins
' ;Sujt Against Hull
- Verdict for W.KJ Is the result of litiga
tion brought by the Marquette Cement
Manufacturing company of Chicago
against the C, W. Hull company of
Omaha In United States district court.
The Jury was Instructed to compute the
Interest on. the principal and then to
take up" a counter claim by the 'defend
ant for Htft.H and Interest thereon.
This "dears the- docket of civil eases
whica. Judge Morris wished to put. out
of his way before he took up cases In
which tbe t'Mted States Is the plaintiff.
The prosecution of Dr. William 8. Frank
lin for alleged fraudulent nae of the
malls began inunedlstely after the Hull
case went to the Jury. -
There sever waa a tune wnea people ap
preciated the real merits of Chatmber
Isia's Couin Remedy, more than bow.
This la showc by the Increase to aalesand
voluntary testimonials from persons who
hsve been cored by it. If you or your
children are troubled with a cough or
cold give it a trial and -become aonaioted
with Its good qualities. For sale by all
ammofb Spring learanee ae
Of Rented. Slightly Used and Discontinued Styles of Pianos and Player Pianos
On a scale of GREATER MAGNIFICENCE than any piano tale HELD ANYWHERE, at ANY TIME,
we come to you, Mr. and Mrs. Piano Purchaser, with our Annual Spring Clearance Piano Sale. A
DAZZLING array of IRRESISTIBLE BARGAINS awaits you. The Bargains enumerated in this ad-
vertisrment have beea exchanged In as part payment oa new 8TK1NWAY and STKGKR and VEBR PI A SOLA PIANOS. A .
great many of these pianos have had little or mi use at all, as thejr were received from homes where the upright plsno was a
silent member. These bargains will be placed oa sale Wednesday at :00 a. m.. If you contemplate haying PIANO with
in the next lenyem, you cantu afford to overlook Wednesday's speclsls. Beetag Is believing, investigate these bargains,
found only at 8CHM0Ll.tR Ml ELL 1 11 S.
I Inn & ) Fischer M ;
7 J These bargains will J IJlC'
f I fVa-f be placed on sale ' 'r I ; wpKjmK
ill MJfar Wednesday at 8 a. m. FXt '
mZZc TNN. BKindly BRING W: r
y&gLl J THIS ADVERTIS1S. f&$ J J
y- MENT with youand A;;:.:
;.. ,.ti Cteaeaaee f I. ...
MENT with you and
ask salesman for bar-
gain sp e c i f ied ' pre- :
f erred, which will s
greatly aid us in hand s
ling the-crowds and
cause no inconven- ;
ience or waiting. ;
Player-Piano Specials for rJedneoday
It raakat no diffarvnoe how
little yea with to pay; We will
teoept anything within meon.
Your Choice of Makes
Was , Wow
Technola ............ .-..94M ; $318
Hardrmui Atrto-tons $350 $640
Btuyreta&t Pianola Piaao.$700 . $555
Chue & Baker Plays-. . . . $275 $75
HuTinftoa A.ato-Tone .. .$660 $425
OUT OF TOWN PATRONAGE SOLICITED. PIANOS SHIPPED ZVEETOHXtt. Bflwy far
reimtamd to rrarrAaMrs within a r&diui of 200 mil- of Omaha, freight chargM prtpaid. Writ today
N0W for dcriptiT0 bargain list and Unai. ;
$400 yosx e son PEAcrncE
i PIANO, rOat
1311-1313 FAnilAF.l STREET
OPEN EVENINGS TILL 0 O'CLOCK. 1
1CANUPA0TTJKB8, WHOLESALERS, RXTAILIRS.
OLDEST PIANO HOUSE ifl TOM WC&T.
FOR SAFE ANDSAKE FOTOTH
Danghtert of American Resolution
Plan to Help Canw Along.
BOULDER IS TO BE USVEILED
Marks Bnth tae Oresoa Wesfeva
, Trail e 1 1S43 isi . ike Cali
' ferala Trail ef IS48 rla -.,
Dar te Be OSserisel.
Aa active cam salsa for a safe aad safe
Fourth of July Is being planned hy the
Omaha ehaoter ef tbe Dsua-hlers of the i
America Revolution. Tae society de- " to)te": 8'uh"' M"-
. ... . .... k.. 8. D. BarXalow aad Mra A. L Fernald.
eises will be eonducled ky the Dsughtere
at Ihe location of the boulder Ihe after
noon of June 1L flag day. Mrs. J. J.
Stubbe Is chairman of the committee In
charge. The other qtembers sre Mea
dames J. W. Griffith. C. Sa Wllhelm. C
H. Aull. W. L. Belby; John R- Webster
and Miss Psnnls Adams.
Mrs. Fressly I. Barr was eleeted regent
of the society and the ether new officers
were etioeea as follows: Mrs, J. C Weeth.
vice regent; Mrs. T. H. Trsry. recording
secretary; Miss Fannie Adams, eorre
s ponding secretary; Mrs. L. D. Shlpman.
treasurer; Mrs.' William S. Heller, regls
trsr; Mrs. Charles Johannes, historian;
Mrs 8- A- Collins, chaplain.
, Members of the advisory board were
dded at its annual business meeting lion-
day, te the public library - that fire
crackers, say rockets and other pyrotech
nics are not necessary to a fitting obser
vation ef Independence day. that such
combustibles sre. dangerous, to Ufa and
Irnbs and that a more peaceful manner of
celebration should be adopted. A com
mittee, of writes Mrs William S- Keller
chairman, will bring the matter before ;
the city commissioners.- , ... .'m
Fiana were also 'made for the onveilmg ,
of the, boulder at Thirtieth .street -and ,
The retiring officers made their reports
end Mrs. A. U Fernsld. who was one ef
the representatives of the chapter at the
Twenty-first Continental congress of ths
National society la Washington. D. C.
last month, gave a report of the meeting.
HEART. TROUBLE CAUSES .
BEIT WILCOX'S DEATH
Organic heart trouble caused the death
i Lincoln eouu-veiej. wnics marks both tbe I as pen , mv. jnnur v mv i.u.iuj n
I Oregon westenard trail of ISC and the I club, whose body was found Monday ei
1 California 'Mali ef' ,' HtriMie exer.;tht club room llooi.
; ' . - ' v - I
City May Force the
M.P. to Build Dodge
Street Viaduct Now
Derision br tbe United Ftales circuit
court of appeals gives Omaha th. right
to force tbe Missouri Pacific railroad to
construct ths Dodge street viaduct.'
This case has been lingering la Ihe
marts for several months, the railroad
resist In g tbe orders to saake tbe Improve
ment on the question of the strength of
tbe viaduct and the fact that the. street
would be closed during the work.
By decision' of the court, word of which
wa received by City Attorney Rlne
Tuesday the railroads must construct tbe
vtsdurt at once. Tbe decision will prob
ably end the litigation and result In the
building ef the viaduct '
H. S. LAOS HAVE THREE . ; .
' BALL GAMES THIS WEEK
The base' ball team ef the Omasa High
school will have a busy schedule the last
three days .of this week, playing two
gamea out of towa and one here. ,
On Thursday afternoon the squad will
meet outh Omaha High, probably at
Twenty-fauna and VtnWn streeta, .The
out-of-town games will be aa follows:
Friday afternoon. Tekamah High school
at Tekamah; Saturday afternoon, .Logan
High school ai Lesan.-
In addition te Charles Kalian, student
manager, the following lads wtn make
ths trip for - the out-of-towa - games:
Alfred Adams, captain and catcher: John
McFarland and Mark Hughes, pttcners: :
Harold Munneks, first bass; James Gar,
diner, second base; Roy Plats, third ease;:
Warren Fitch, shortstop; Peyton March, i
left field; 'Charles Sheets, riant fieUJ.
and Wallace Mensie. center field. '-
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising:
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