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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1912.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
tlg-htlng- rixtures-Burg-ess-Qrandan Ce.
Boot Print It Now Beacon Press.
PribjtrUn Hospital, 1240 S. 10th St
Bailey the Dentist, City Nat D. 2566
Omaha Plating- Co Estab. 1S89. D.253
Stack-falconer Co, 24th and Harney
undertakers. emtalrriers. Douglas SS7.
We hare g-narsntead electrlo irons fo."
KM. Wolfe Electric Co.. 1M0 Farnam.
Plonlo Next Monday The First Ger
man Presbyterian church and Sabbath
school will picnic at Miller park next
Monday, Labor day.
Julfus Orkln of the Orkln Specialty
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASINGTON. Aug. 27.-(Special Tel-
I egrani.) The sham battle Which usually
store on Douglas street has returned from i Precedes a national election came to an
Now York ar.d other eastern markets, i end today with scarce a ripple to Indicate
where he has spent the last several weeks j that the fight for the sweepstakes of
SESSION EXPIRES IN THROES
Democrats Unable to Make Headway
LEADERS ADMIT THE FIZZLE
Adjournment Token with Deficiency
GrovrlnK Oat of Governmental
Demands Rannlna? I'p Into
buying his fail and winter stock.
Colonel B. 9. Hayward of the Ne
braska military academy will be at the
Paxton hotel on Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, August 28, 29. 30 and
31 and will be pleased to meet any one
Interested in a first class military school.
Boulevard Material on' Hand Mater
ial for guttering 15,000 feet of the north
west boulevar Is beintr placed oti the
ground and Commissioner Hummel, whose
department will do the work, will begin
laying the guttering next week.
. Offloers Must Fay For Phones Army
sfflcers will no longer have telephone
service In their private homes at the
expense of the War department.' Major
Evans says ' that according to the pro
visions of an act of congress just passed
these telephones will have to be paid
for by the officers themselves.
Xnifhti to Go to Council Bluffs The
Knights of Ak-Sar-Ben are In receipt of
a notice to the effect that Wednesday, of
this week has been set aside as Omaha
4ay at the carnival at Council Bluffs.
"ld" Weaver, known as Samson, has
notified the carnival officials that the
knights will be on hand and that they
will start something doing.
Minister Returns from Vacation
Rev. T. H. McConnell, pastor of the
Westminster Presbyterian church, will re
turn with his family from a vacation at
Three Lakes, Wis., Thursday. Mr. Mc
Connell will leave Three Lakes this even
ing and spend tomorrow In Chicago be
fore returning to Omaha Thursday. He
will occupy his pulpit Sunday.
Conservation Delegates Kamed Doug
las county will be represented at
the fourth annual national conservation
congress at Indianapolis by John Laten
ser, Jr., of Omaha, County Commissioner
Thomas O'Connor of South Omaha and
J. C. Robinson of Waterloo. They were
appointed delegates by John C. Lynch,
chairman of the Board of County Com
missioners. The date of the congress te
October 1 to j.
Missouri Minister Here F,ev. W.
Jasper Howell, pastor of the First Bap
tist church at Columbia, Mo., who
preached In the First Baptist church last
Sunday morning, will deliver a sermon In
the church Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock. During the last three years Mr.
Howell has been pastor in Columbia, Mo.,
which Is the seat of the state university.
Rev. and Mrs. Howell are spending a
few. days with friends In Omaha upon
their return from a six weeks' vacation
trip in the east. '
to Music Land
r.: -J f JifiV
Where the World's Greatest Artists
May be Heard at Any Time.
Though the famous opera singers are
now In Europe and South . America.;
though celebrated bands may be playing
in distant cities, though the "footllght
favorites" of Broadway may be summer
ing in various parts of the country, their
voices and music are never out of reach
of those who have a Victor in their
homes. The possessors of this wonderful
Instrument can sit In their easy chairs
and journey to Music Land as often as
they wish to enjoy the world's best music
and fun. Just now a trip to this land of
perpetual music Is particularly interesting
because of the wealth of new selections
In the September list of new Victor Rec
Iaruso sings one of those Italian bal
lads which aie as beautiful as his oper
atic numbers, the se'.ectlon, "Lo Schlavo,"
being an old one which the famous tenor
used with great success on his last South
American tour.' Johanna Gadskl sings
most effectively an exquisite aria from
Trdvatore,, and Ernestine Schumann
Helnk sings "The Trout," a popular Schu
bert song, in a most delightful fashion.
Alma duck's pure and flexible voice is
exactly suited to such a number as "Lo,
Here the Gentle Lark," which she sings
most effectively;, and. In , singing the
"Spring Song," a brilliant song of happi
ness, love and springtime, from Natoma,
she pours out her vocal resources lavishly.
1312 had been transferred from the
national capltol to the forty-eight statu
of the federal union.
Never has there been a congress that
died as hard as the one which decided
to quit today until the first Monday cf
December next The funeral notes were
spoken on Saturday last, that Is, ( one
funeral note, Speaker Clark having
touched the tremolo stop for a good ten
minutes wherein he used many words
but said little worthy of paying tolls -n.
And with all the braggadocio and the
fustian that marked the incoming of tie
democratic house, with all the loud ac
claims of what they were going to save
to the American people In reduced appro
priations, the leaders of this self same
democracy reluctantly admitted today,
Fitzgerald and Underwood, that they had
only saved about seven millions approx
imately and that largely In cutting out-one
battleship when the naval program had
been arranged for two. They adjourn
with a deficiency growing out of unpaid
pensions and other governmental demands
that will run Into the millions and which
will have to be appropriated for when
the last session of the Sixty-second con
gress meets next winter.
. Few Nebraskana Stay.
A few Nebraska members wore present
When the gavel fell today.
Would-be Senator Norris flitted between
the house and senate advising with the
bull moosers over the Penrose resolution
of Inquiry but he seemed to miss the
"old guard." He will go home in a few
days. ' '
When It was definitely known that con
groess would adjourn this afternoon and
that his presence couid be spared. Con
gressman Lobeck left for a short trip o
New York enroute to Omaha probably
stopping off In Iowa before he joins the
1 Representative John McGuire of Lincoln,
left for home this afternoon, demo
cratic . colleague Dan ' Stephens of Fre
mont, having become so tired of the
"chin' chin" that he left days ago serv
ing notice on the leaders that only the
sergeant-at-arms could bring him back.
Representative C. H. Sloan is in Ne-
Viva La Politesse de la Gen
darmerie de la Omaha du Sud
Chief of Police John Brlggs has taken
up the city beautiful idea and in the way
of a sapient leader, began in his own offi
cial domicile at the vespertan levee of
the police force Monday ntght. The Police
force Is to be beautified Into a harmonious
creation of the renaissance period. At
present the style of police architecture Is
somewhat varied. The chief himself being
of the Doric style, his tastes are naturally I hands In order to exhibit white and artia
position of departmental "Beau Brum
mel," whose duty it will be to provldti
the pomades and odoriferous unguents
with which the local janlsaries are to
anoint themselves hereafter. A particu
lar rule was adopted against any stealthy
abstraction of gravy or other condiment
upon uniforms of the osslfers. John Sa
loudek and Jim Grace have shaved their
averse to the rotuiul n! elephantine
lines of Captain Hank Elsfelder and Ser
geant Joe Dlask. They were ordered to
adopt a course of "banting" and to wear
"straight fronts." Captain Bill Coulter,
who has a tendency to hirsute adornment,
will hereafter be compelled to sacrifice
his budding sideburns and leg-of-mutton.
Ranging down the line, the chief paused
to comment upon the general Improve
ment that would result to Billy Coriigan
If he acquired the- habit of wearing all
his arms and legs' during work hours.
During hot weather Bill frequently un
Jolnts himself of divers hands and feet.
As head of the detective department
Jlmmle Sheahan was nominated to the
tic fingers as they finger the ribbons on
the two police rigs. Andy McGuire was
ordered to abstain from the use of green
pickles as being conducive to a disposi
tion the opposite of the mild mannered
and sweet tempered habits prevalent
among policemen from time immemorial.
It was laid down as a graVtd ranon of
the new regime that all members of the
force were hereafter to lavate the sym
phasls of their maxtlllary bones Imme
diately and always after the absorption
of liquid nourishment. Mike Corcoran
was Invited to collaborate with John
Jackman In the codification of a work to
be entitled "la politesse de la gendarmerie
de la Omaha du sud."
SOLDIERS AREJEING PAID
Money Help Up for Two Months is
MASTER VISITS FORT OMAHA
Fort Crook I.ada Will Receive Their
Par Today and the Others as
Soon as Officers Can Get
braska as Is Senator Norris Brown. Sen-J
ator Hitchcock Is in Massachusetts with
his family, closing days of this uselessly
long drawn out session having no In
terest to him.
Judge Klnkald who helped to maintain
the honor of the house by remaining until
the final gavel fell, will leave for Ne
F. R. Mullen, superintendent of the
Sterling division of the Burlington, will
become superintendent of Omaha division
on September 1, vice A. G. Smart, who be
comes superintendent of the lines east of
the Missouri river, with headquarters at
On the same date L. C. Griggs, train
master of the Omaha division, will be
come superintendent of the Sterling division.
IOWA FARMER ROBBED
AND LEFT IN THE STREET
Ed Dixon, a farmer living near Crescent,
la., was found last night by Patrolmen
Ferris and Goodrich at the corner of
Ninth and Dodge streets unconscious and
with his head cut. He was taken to
headquarters where he said that he had
been assaulted by three negroes and one
white man and robbed of $60.
Grain Yield Better
Than Was Expected
The Northwestern Is out with a crop
report covering all of the Nebraska terri
tory and that along the line through the
Bonesteel country. Taking up the small
grain situation, all station agents advise
that the yield Is better than was antic
ipated during harvest time.
As to corn, with hardly an exception,
the' promise is for a large crop, many
points already reporting many of the
fields' beyond the danger of being dam
aged by frost. The ears are large and
are well filled, as a rule.
Pastures are good and Immense quan
tities of hay are being put up. The third
crop of alfalfa Is being cut.
High Finance as
Bankers Play Her
A man wearing a banker's convention
badge on a Farnam car Monday night,
made a fellow visitor gasp for breath.
"Queer Ihlng about those Olympic
games at Stockholm. A sure American
winner known to all was not entered In
the high Jump."
"What high Jumper was that?" queried
the banker's friend.
"The high cost of living." answered the
other as be leaped for a car golngaouth.
Omaha, August 27.
' A Horrible Death
may result from diseased lungs. Cure
, coughs and weak, sore lungs with Dr.
I King's New Discovery, ,60c and $100. For
,'sale by Beaton Drug Co.. .
"ftbwitiJ" WBrfd Have Saved It
T SEEMS to me that the entertainment committee of Hannv Hollow
club has planned to make the closing month one grand finale with as
many and as varied entertainments as can possibly be crowded in be-
tween.now and October 1. !; . ' "" " ' :
The first of these entertainments will be a married folks' dance next
Thursday evening. The younger fry will be excluded from the floor. A
table d'hote dinner will be served at the regular hour.
Madam Ragna Linne, grand opera singer, of Chicago, will give a se
lected program September 3. On Thursday evening, September 12, the
comedy, "Facing the Music," will be given by Miss Lillian Fitch.
The annual harvest home dinner will be given Thursday, September
19. The golfers' dinner will come on September 25. This will be a stag
affair, at which the losers in team play pay for the dinners of the winners.
It will also be a Dutch treat for the men who do not play in the match.
A mask bail will be the stunt for Thursday, September 26. Every
body is requested to come in costume and none but those in costume will
be admitted to the. floor until. 10:30, when all will unmask. The last reg
ular table d'hote dinner will be served Tuesday,' October 1. On the closing
night light refreshments will be served by the club all evening. ,
Howard Kennedy, chairman of the entertainment committee, together
with the other members, and W. D. Williams, chairman of the house com
mittee, are chiefly responsible for this delectable layout of festivities for
the club. !
Seymour Lake Country club will, close about October 1, as will also
the Field club. J. B. Porter of the latter club told me that the Field club
would close as usual just before the Ak-Sar-Ben parades.
" Lawrence Brinker said the Country club will be kept open all fall and
winter, as it was last year.. Plans for the year will be made at the annual
meeting the last of next month. . ' ;
"AP-SORlslT" th marvelous new ab
sorbent powder is now saving thousands
of shirtwaists, dresses and gowns. Wo
men and girls everywhere are discarding
uncomfortable dress-shields; using "Ab
sorbit" instead. No more unsightly pers
piration stains for them no more faded,
streaked, discolored spots. No more odor
ous wet spots to rot holes in garments
' and humiliate the wearer.
Just a touch of "Absorbit" with the
pad accompanying each box perspiration
and odor vanish.. Armpits become sweat
smelling and comfortable. No matter how
heavy or light the clothing, how hot the
weather or room. Go to dance, .part,
- theatre perspiration won't embarrass
you. - -
Abeerbit" is ml wonder-worker. Jut ire in
At drug-stores, Me or nulled, postpaid, on receipt
ef ot1l by Von Vote! Laboratories. Chemical
nidg., Chicago, III. Mnnev back If not as claimed.
Sold an! reeoramenee tT Sherman 4 McConaell
Drug Co., Cor. ltta and Dodge, 18th and Harsej,
24th and Tarawa, alaa Lovei Hotel Pharmacy,
i S07-I North lth St.
The Edgerly-Benedict Wedding.
The' home of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson
Benedict' was the scene of a, pretty wed
ding last evening . when 1 their daughter.
Miss Henrietta Benedict, - became "the
bride of Dennison Merrill Edgerly. Rev.
A. W. CJark officiated.
-Pink roses, asparagus ferns and palms
formed an attractive decoration through
the rooms. - . Preceding the ceremony
George W. Johnston sang "A Rose
Fable.''' ' Miss Nan Cunningham played
the accompaniment and also the wed
The bride wore a wedding gown of
white satin charmeusse gracefully draped
with Chantilly lace caught with orna
ments of pearls and rhinestones.- In her
hair was a wreath of orange blossoms.
and she carried a shower bouquet of lilies
of the valley and swansonia. The groom's
gift to the bride was a lavalier of dia
monds and pearls.
Mrs. Ethelbert Dudley Scrogin of Brade-
town, Fla., sister of the bride, was mat
ron of honor and wore her wedding gown
of White satin trimmed with princess
lace She carried a sheath of pink roses
Miss Ann Ixiulse Mack of South Bend,
lnd , was maid of honor and wore pink
crepe meteor trimmed with pink chiffon
roes and shadow lace. A band of chiffon
and roses was worn In the ha'r and she
carried pink roses.
I.ittlo Miosis A'lce Sunderland and
Frances Edgerly. nieces of the groom
stretched the ribbons. They vore dainty
white lingerie frocks with pink sashes
end pink ribbon bows in their hair.
Frank Bullta served as best man.
Following the ceremony t'here was a re
ception for the wedding guests. About
125 were present
Mr." and Mrs. Edsfriy left last evening
for a wedding trip to Yellowstone park,
after which they will be at home at the
Alsatian- apartments, Thirty-fifth and
Auction Bridge! Tournament
An enjoyable event yesterday was the
auction bridge tournament given by Mrs,
Jerome Magee at her home. Eight guests
were Invited to spend the day playing
auction. Luncheon iwas served - at 1
o'clock ' and play was resumed In the
afternoon. " This Is the first auction
tournament to be given In Omaha and
was a much anticipated event '
Informal Party for Young People.
An Informal party was given yesterday
evening for Keith Cavers at his home.
Those present were:
Misses , Misses
Addle Fogg, Olga Met,
Florence Riley, Esther Sammls,
Dorothy Rchrbough, Marjorle Cavers,
Mark Dunham, Judson Squires,
Roderick Clark. Philip Phllben,
Frank Campbell, Keith Cavers.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mrs. J. Trummer and little daughter.
Rose, will leave Thursday for Los An
geles to be gone two months.
Mrs. LeCann of Galveston, Tex., has
arrived to be the guest of Jura. Ellen
Coad Jensen for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Smith and
J. E. George returned Monday morn
ing from an automobile trip to Lake
Okobojl where they 'spent the week end
as the guests of Mrs. Eva Wallace.
Miss Marjorle Shearer and her brother,
Ralph, are visiting In Omaha with their
aunt, Mrs. J. W. Pierce. They will re
main about two weeks after which they
will return to their home at Des Moines.
For Wedding Party. '
Mr .and Mrs. J. A. Sunderland enter
tained at dinner at their home Monday
evening In honor of the Edgerly-Benedlct
wedding party. The guests were seated
at two long tables which were decorated
with pink and white asters and ferns.
Covers were laid for:
' Miss Henrietta Benedict.
Miss Anna Louise Mack of South Bend,
Miss Edgerly, Ottuma, la.
Miss Franes Edgerly. '
Miss Page. Minneapolis.
Mrs. Scroggln, Bradentown, Fla.
Mrs. J. W. Edgerly, Ottumwa.
Mrs. C. E. Young.
Mrs. D. M. Edgerly.
Mr. Stewart Edgerly.
Mr. Frank Builta.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sunderland.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Benedict.
Dr. and Mrs. E. T. Edgerly.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Edgerly.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sunderland.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sunderland.
A few theater parties were given at
the Orpheum Monday evening. Miss Elln
beth Davis, Miss Ruth Hammer, Harold
Prltchett and Raymond Low were to
gether. In another party were Miss Beatrice
Coad, Miss Marguerite Busch, Leon-Callahan,
and Albert Busch.
Together were Miss Mary Alice Rogers!
Miss Gwendoline .White, A. B. Warren
and Dr. LeRoy Crummer.
The Los Lorios club entertained at an
Orpheum party Monday afternoon in
honor of Miss Minnie Anderson of Chi
cago, who Is the guest of Miss Edith
Hamilton, and Miss Katherlne Fuller of
Sioux. City, .who Is the guest of Miss
Elizabeth Heaton. The Invited guests
of Sioux City,
The soldiers at Fort Omaha are being
paid for the two months of June and
July. When the deficiency bill, passed in
congress Just before adjournment It made
possible the payment of the soldiers for
the month of June, which was the last
month of the last fiscal year In which the
deficiency occurred. Something like $120.
000 will be paid out of the Department of
the Missouri with headquarters at
Omaha, The pay for Fort Omaha for
the two months will amount to about
7,000. The payrolls for June and July
were made up In one as Juno had not
been paid when the July money beeanut
due. For this season the soldiers will
get their pay for two months at once.
Payment at Port Crok.
Payment will be made at Fort Crook
this afternoon at o'clock, when
25,000 will be paid. Fort Des Moines will
be paid Thursday. Major Cole will make
the payments of these three posts. Com
pany A of the signal corps of Fort Omaha
has already been paid, as money was
provided for them In the emergency when
they were required to go to the Connecti
cut maneuver campaign some weeks aB".
The Eighteenth Infantry at Fort Mac
kenzie, Wyo., has also been paid by a
special arrangement before the regiment
started on Its practice march through the
Captain Hornbrook, paymaster, left
yesterday afternoon for Forts Meade and
Robinson, where he will pay the troops
of those posts.
Instructions from the War department
to proceed with the payment were re
ceived by wire at army headquarters In
Omaha yesterday. .
A large sum of money wilt now also
be restored to the commissary department
here. When the floods on the lower Mis
sissippi occurred In the spring the com
missary department was ordered to use
Its funds to give relief In that section.
The money thus expended Is now re
funded to the department
EVERY THIN MAN AND WOMAN!
. .HERE r;;
EVERY PERSON IN OMAHA AND VICINITY TO GET
FAT AT OUR EXPENSE
September Weddings, -..."
The wedding cf Miss Nell Levy, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Levy, 2211 Howard
3treet, to Mr. Harry Freedman. of Port
land, Ore.,' will take place September 8. '
Mr. Freedman Is a graduate of Ann
Arbor, Mich., and Is an attorney In
Portland, Ore., where the young people
C. A. Landrock, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Landrock, has arrived home from
Newport. Tt. I., from the bip McCall.
A surprise party was given In his honor
Monday evening and a very pleasant
time was spent with music, after which
supper was served. About twenty-five
guests were present.
South Side Progressive Club Party.
. The members of the South Side Pro
Rresslve club will give a card party
this afternoon at their hall. Fourteenth
and Castellar streets. The hostesses will
be Mrs. J. Conley, Mrs. J. Collins and
Mrs. Will Cooney,
At the Country Club.
Mrs. Ernest E. Hart entertained at a
morning bridge and luncheon yesterday
at the Country club, when most of the
guests were from Council Bluffs. Those
J. J. Hess,
Charles Hannan Jr. ;
G. L. Douglas,
,T. G. Turner,
Harry Van Brunt,
C. L. Woodbury.
Magee & Deemer's
New Shop for Men
is Formally Opened
Omaha's newest store for men, Magee
& Deemer's beautiful men's furnishing
shop at 41.1 8outh Sixteenth street, was
formally opened yesterday afternoon and
evening, one of the largest crowds that
ever attended an Omaha store's Inaug
uration being present during the several
hours of : the reception- An orchestra
of several pieces played various popular
pieces and played them well.
The beauty of the store and the exten
sive range of the stock of goods brought
forth a great deal of favorable comment,;
Indeed no visitor to the store failed to
show how greatly Impressed he was with
the excellent quality of the goods that
were displayed and with the neatness and
finish of the. whole store. Few-stores
In the middle west can compare favorably
with this Magee A Deemer- shop, was
the opinion of those who know men's
furnishing stores In every city In the
One man who has traveled widely, who
has visited the famous little men's shops
Just off Bond street In London, and who
has seen the beauties of the stores on
Broadway and Fifth avenue, New York,
said he believed the Magee & Deemer
store would rank high among even these
London and New York stores.
In the new Omaha shop are the finest
and newest of fixtures and equipment.
The cases for the clothing and the other
furnishings are the newest patterns,
typed after those In use In large cities.
They are substantial, pretty-looking
articles. The walls of the store have
been arranged with neat cases for shirts,
collars, etc.. Everywhere In the . hand
some shop is evidence of the high quality
store that will be conducted here and of
the enduring qualities of the goods.
Magee & Deemer will carry furnishings
that are values, and the very latest
styles. This firm also has a store on
O street in Lincoln, where they have es
tablished a large trade among the par
ticular dressers of that fashionable col
lege city. ...
Don't lie the "Skeleton at the Feast." Sargol Slakes Puny, Peevish People
Plump and Popular.
This l an Invitation that no thin man or wo.
man ran afford to Igiiora. Wt'il Jell yen why.
We are coins to kI jtou a wondarfu!
that htlpi 4!(at the tooda you eat that pute
good nlld tleeh on people who are thin and under
weight, no matter what the cause may be that
makee brain In five houre and blood In four
that puta the red eorpueclei In the blood which
erery thin man or woman aa eadly nteda. How
can we do thta? We will tell you. Science has
dlacoreivd a remarkable concentrated treatment
which Incrraaee cell growth, the very aubtunce
of which our bodies are made a treatment that
inakei Indication and other tomach troublea
dlnppear aa If by magic and makee an old dya
peptlo or a iufferer from weak ncrrea or lack of
vitality feel like a 2-year-old. Thla new treat
ment which haa proved a boon to every thin per.
ran la ealled 8AKOOU Don't forget the name
"S-A-R-O-O-l,." Nothing Ilka It haa ever been
produced before. It la revcHtlot to women
who have never been able to appear atyllah In
anything they wore became of their thlnneaa.
It la a godaend to every man who la under weight
or la lacking In nerve force or energy. If you
want a beautiful and well round.id figure if
vmmrtrlcal proportlona. of whluh Tu ,-an feel
Jttatly proud If you want a body full of throbbing
life and energy,, write The Sargnl Company, 7-V,
Herald Illdg., Blnghamton, N. Y., today and we
will eend you, absolutely free,- a Me box of Sar
gol that wll do all we claim. Take one wiut
every meal and In five mlmttet after you take
the flret concentrated tablet of thla precious pro
duct It will commence to unfold Ita vlrtuca,x and
It haa by actual demoniKration often IncreeMd
the weight at the rate of one pound a day. But
you aay you want proof. Well here you an.
Mere la the statement of those who have tried
who have been convinced and who' will awear to
the vlrtuet of , this marvelous preparation;
Rev. Geo, W. Barls says l
"I have made a faithful trial of the Sargol
treatment, and must aay It haa brought to me
new lite and vigor. I have gained twenty
pounds and now weigh 170 pounds and what
la better I have, gained the days of my boy
hood. It haa been the turning point of my
life. My health li now fine. 1 don't have to
take any medicine at all and never want to
again." . , '
Mrs. A. Z. Sodeahelser writes I - .
"I have gained Immensely since I took sargol
for I only weighed about 10 pounds when I
begsn uelng It and now I weigh -130 pounds, so
really this mskca twenty-four " pounds. , feel
stronger and am looking better than ever before.
and sow I carry rosy -cheeks,- which is some
thing I could never aay before,
"My old friends who have been used to see
:?. me with a thin, loot face aay that I am
looking better than they have ever seen me
before and father and mother are so plesaed to
think I have got to look so well and weigh so
heavy, for me."
Clay Johnson ssysi -
"Pleese send me another ten-day treatment.
I am well pleeeed with Sargol. It has been the
light of my life, t am getting back to my
proper weight again. When I began to take
Sargol 1 only weighed Ul pounds and now,
four weeks later, 1 am weighing lot pounds and
feeling tine. I doa't have that stupid feeling
every morning that I need to have. 1 feel gold
all the time. ( want to put on about flva
rounds of flesh and that will be all ( want."
X. Oagnon writes t . .
"Here Is my report since taking the Sargnl
treatment. I am a man 17 yem of age and a-as
all run down to the very bottom. I had to quit
work, ae I was ao weak. Now, tha-is lo Bar
go!, I look like a new man, 1 gained il pounds
with tl days' treatment. I cannot tell you hew
happy I feel, All my clothes are getting too
tight. My face haa a good' color and 1 never
waa ao happy In my life."
KK1. TWOS BOTJSB sayst '
"Sargol la certainly the grandest treatment I
ever used. It has helped me gree ly, I iMuld
hardly eat anything and waa not able te t'.t tp
three days out of a week with stomach tmuhle.
I took only two bssea of Sargol and tan cat
anything and tt don't hurt .me and I liav no
more headache. My weight waa 130 pounds end
now I wslgh 140 and feel better-than L have tor
five years. I am now aa fleshy as 1 want to be
and ahall certainly recommend, sargol for It doei
' Just exactly what you say It will do."
Tou may know some of these people or know
somebody who knowa them. - We will eend you
their full address If you wtah. ao that you can
find out all about SAEOOti and the wonders It
Probably you are thinking whether all this can
be true. Stop It. Write us at once and e will
end you. absolutely free, a ide package of the
moat wonderful tablets you have ever aeon, No
matter whit the cause of your thlnneaa Is from.
eARflOL makes thin folks tat. but we don't ak
you to take our word tor It. Simply out ttie
coupon below and Inclose 100 stamps to help
cover eipcnre and Uncle Sam'e mall will bring
you the moat valuable ' package you ever re
COM2, BAT WITH ITS AT OU BXTSBBB '
This coupon entitles any thin person to one 60c package of Sargol. the con
centrated Flesh Builder, (provided you have never tried It) and that 10c 18
enclosed to cover postage, etc. Read our advertisement printed -above and
then put 10c in stamps In letter today, with this coupon, and the full 60c
package will be sent to you by return of post; Address The Sargol Company.
74-V Herald Bldg., Blnghamton, N. Y. Writer your name and address pUlnly,'
and PIN THIS COTTOW TO YOXTX LETTEB.
G. W. Wlckham,
Charles Hannan, sr.
S. Walker, Wright.
. The Omaha Whist, club spent -yesterday
playing whist at the Country club. Play
started at 10 o'clock and luncheon was ;
served at 1 o'clock. The members of the
Whist club Include.
During the summer months mothers of
young children should watch for any un
natural looseness of the bowels. When
given prompt attention at this time
serious trouble may be avoided. Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy can always be depended upon.
For sale by all dealers.
A Beautiful Complexion
L. C Gibson,
A. H. Fuller,
E. W. Ounther,
F. E. Sanborn,
W. C. Sunderland,
Henry W. Yates.
G. . Haverstlck.
May Bt Yeuri
In Tin Days
Vied and Endoritd
NADINOLA banishes tan, taltowness,
freckles, pimples, liver-spots, etc. Extreme
cases twenty days. Kids pores and tissues
!of impurities, leaves the skin clear, soft,
healthy. directions and guarantee la
W. J. Brotch,
D. V. bholes,
A. G. Edwards,
F. J. Fitgerald,
Mary T. Crcigh,
T. M. Orr.
For the Future,
Miss Nannie Barrett will give a bridge package. By toilet counters or mail. Two
party Thursday afternoon at her home sizes, 50 cents and $1.00. .
for Miss Mary Sheets of New York City, ' HATtONAL TOILXT company, raru. Turn.
who is visiting Miss Marguerite Prentiss. I 10'd b brman-McCtmiii urug Co., uwi U;ug
CO-, Loyal rnarmacy. Harvard Pharmacy, others.
Vesta Chapter Picnic.
.The Kensington club of Vesta chapter,
Eastern Star, will picnic at the Masonic
home at Piattamouth, Saturday, August
31. The party will leave the Union sta
tion at 10: In the morning.
Social Settlement Luncheon.
Mrs. Phillip Potter was hostess Tues
day at luncheon at her home, when the
guests were members of the Social set
tlement, and about ten guests were prev
ent e . . ,. ., .
Return from Wedding Trip.
, Mr. snd Mrs. Martin W. Bush are ex
pected to arrive In Omaha this week
after an extended wedding trip through
the east' Mrs. Bush was formerly Miss
Zoe Tries of this city.
Sides of Your
;-,',:v':' 'W,;v.;..:' .v I".".,:
1117 V 0ra TOSS HIOK aAJ0 KAJTOS and rat double Tains.
Moei of thess oams from ills best horass in Omaha, and eaaaot
be told from new. All well known makes, such as - - .. .
STEINWAY, KRAKAUER, HALLET & DAVIS,
KIMBALL, VOSE & SONS, , HOSPE, ;: 1
, CABLE-NELSON, ; JULIUS BAUER,
Think of It! Upright Pianos for $45, $85, $125, $145,
$155,; $160 and Up. C ' ,
Don't Buy Before Boeing1 These. Terms' to Knit Every Purchaser. ,
Evkiythino In Art & Music
,I4U eJf, 1Sh;-S
1513-15 Douglas Street.
The "Carlsbad of America"
Several Traias Daily
via Rock Island Lines,,!
Toothache Gum I
Haa stem perfect eatisfaetion for JS jein.
All drag aterea or by mail, IJc
C. . DC NT 4 Ce., Detroit, Mich.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
The Beat Farm MaKoalne.
- f all varieties cured In
i a few days without
- aln or loss of time. No
sy wlllbe accepted un
1 the patient Is cured.
Write or cn.
"Floelity" Rupture Curs
Beg. 0. 8. P at. Offloe
Frank H. Wrsy. M. D.
At Building. Omaha
SBKR TOURIST FARES
- :; To,:;-;- :
. via -
Chicago or St. Louis
and the .-
TIiq historic ai: J scenic
route through the Alle-
ghanies, the beautiful Po
tomac valley and -Wash
ington, D.C. ' '
60 DAY LOT.
Bend for Illustrated Tour Book.
EDWARD EMERY, T. P. An
Qmaha, Aeb. .'
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