Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 23, 1913, PART ONE NEWS SECTION, Page 9-A, Image 9
9-A i Greatest Nerve TIMELY REAL ESTATE GOSSIP, Vitalizer Known ;slr H,Sr itt A 50-GENT BOX FREE CO-OPERATIVE SCHEMES CITED TUK OMAHA SrNDAY BKM; MAW'H 23, 1913. t' ( TV I t h if A Recent DIscovery.Kellogg's Sanitono Wafers, the Most Effectivo Nervp Btrengthener for Men and Wo men Ever Pound by Science. This la tho world's nowcst, safest, most Tcllnblo and cflcctivo nerro lnvlKor'ntorr revltallzer, brain nwnkcnor, body strength-, jncr, without oqunl In tho world's history uanouicine. it brings about nclmlige from irtt nwful, dull, wenk, lniy, drint-iilve-n-'.ang, feeling to brightness, strongtb, hrtf hcmledness nnd courage which Is siarkable. How to llcdttce KxpriMM ot City llenldcntlnt ninckn hy One llent ItiK IMnnt llrliiK Widely Discussed. KeMogc's Sanitono iVnfers Make You Aol SLlkeitBoy. You FenlJunt Llko Jumping Over a Fence. FOB MEN Nerve force Bono! You are what your norves are. nothing else. If you feel all run-down from nvorworh or other causes, If you suffer from Insom nia, "caved-ln" feeling, brain fag, ex treme nervousness, peevishness, gloom iness, worry, cloudy brnln, loss of am bition, energy and vitality, loss of weight and digestion, constipation, head ache, neuralgia' or the debilitating ef fects of tobacco or drink, send for a 60c free trial box of Kellogg's Sanitono Wafers, and ' soon you will be well, strong and happy, TOE, WOMIK If you suffor front nervous breakdown, 'extreme nervous ness, "bluo" spells, desire to ory, worry neuralgia, back pains, loss nf weight or appetite, sleeplessness, headachos and constipation, and aro all out-of-sorts, Kellogg's. Sanitono Wafers will make you feel that' there Is more to life than you ever realized before. Send today for the 60c free trial box, No nvoro need of dieting, diversion travel, tlresomo exorcises, dangerous drugs, electricity, massage, or anything else Kellogg's Sanitono Wafers do the work for each and all,, give you nerve force and make you lovo to live. All first-class druggists havo Kel logg's Sanltone Wafers in stock, at $1.00 a box, or they will be mailed direct upon recolpt of price by F. J. Kellogg, 1482 Iloffmaster Block, Battle Creex, Mich. No freo trial boxes from druggists. A no-cent trial box of this great dls .coVery will prove that they do the work. ' They aro guaranteed every wafer. Send ' coupon below today for free , BOc trial box of Kellogg's Sanltone Wafers. Free Trial Box Coupon r. J. KeUog-ff Co., 1433 Koff master Block, Battle Greek, Mich. Send me by return mall, free of charge, a BO-cent trial box of the wonderful discovery for nerves, Kel logg's Sanltone Wafers. I enclose 6 cents in stamps to help, pay postage arid packing. v - . ' Name Street ortt.F.D. iv. .City State - Iit- 11.00 size of Kellogg'a Son- YV.'ltohe Waters for sale In Omaha at Shop man & McConnell Drug Co., 102 So. 16th, 24th and Farnam; Owl OJrug uo.,jz ho. '''imii' Tioatnn nruir Co.. 1501 Farnam; "Loyal Pharmacy, 207 N.16th St.; Bell Drug UO., lam tarnun bi. No free boxes from druggists. HOW TO MAKE YOUR HAIR BEAUTIFUL Fen Minn ten' Home Treatment Works Wonders, Stops Tallin? Hair, Honing Scalp and Dandruff and Makes the Hotr Soft, Brilliant, Lustrous and Fluffy. Tho spirit arid tho idea of co-operation has" permeated nenrly nil fields of en deavor. The latest Ideas on co-operation how are coming Into thp, real estato nnd building fields, rirtns for city blocks and" communities to cut down expenses by co-oporntlon arc being set forth and put f into practice by hundreds of real est.ti men thioughout the -united States, and these have gotten Into print. The mngn- I sines specializing on real estate and building Irndes already have begun to trtlk of co-operatloti and centralisation, of expense. fnny of the plans are feasible and some havo been proven practicable. One plan has been set forth by a Chicago paper. The example glvtsn Is a Chicago 1 residential block or one covered by apart I merit houses In whloh spaco and money I art saved and labor and. serious annoy ances abated by the co-operative Installa tion bt a power, refrigeration and heat ing plant. " An Exnmiile. ' "Oito gopfl-slzed block might contain '.00 average-sized residences or six large apartment houses," says the paper. "Each house must have Its own steam, hot water or hot air heating plant a boiler for hot water, a cooking range, ice box, filter,, eleatrlo and gas combination and meter, wash tubs and drying facilities, While in the case of apartment houss hiut, bo added a steam laundry and steam cooking apparatus, with pumps Tor hot and cold water, boiler feed and ele vator pumps or motors, with many addi tional machines for the Innumerable lux uries demanded. "Each bno of theso 100 houses must em ploy a man to carry up coal, attend '.he furnace and take out ashes, while each season finds repairs to be mado whjch very householder dreads. All, this Is true in tho cumi of tho six apartment houses, only on a much larger scnlo and a cor responding IncreaBO In expense." The way out of the difficulties Is of fered In tho building of a power house In the center of the block with access to one street, tho power house to contain a completo hlghipressuro boiler plant, elec tric plant and generators, pumps, heaters. hot and cold water tanks, filters. Ice ma chines and refrigeration thermostatic regulation If desired coal and ash-hand-ling aparatus, crematory, laundry equip ment and other essentials. AVlint Finn Docs. What such a plant would do In elimi nation Is enumerated In the Real Estate News as follows; First Smoke from 100 flues always overheating certain rooms and often causing fires from defective construction. Confine It to one tall stack screened from the street, and If properly designed, the smoke nuisance eliminated. Second-'Tho dust, dirt and annoyanco of stocking up coal and the removal ot ashes from each house. Third One hundred boys or men having to come In at an early hour each mornr ing could be looked after In one central plant by six men working In shifts, sup plying heat and hot water early in tho morning, at night and at all times. Fourth UnfUtercd and Impure water would become filtered pure water for all purposes and It would bo under pressure, hot and cold, at all times. AFlfth Impure Ice taken from" question able ponds and rivers would become pure Icb from distilled water and refrigeration for each house. It would eliminate the removal of water from melted Ice and would always .give a uniform, tempera- tUSUth Tho troublesome Item of wash ingdrying on rainy days and .delay, Seventh-rThe. garpago nuisances, par ticularly annoying in hot weather, by dally cremation.. , Eighth-Last, ami not least, all this could be done ftt a great saving in cost. Does this Easter Sunday find your home pleasant and inviting or 'is there something lacking that would add to your comfort, A cozy, attractively furnished home is the tirsfc requisite to real happiness. It is a duty you owe every member of your family. Do not allow a small salary to stand between you and a well furnished home with Hartman's long time easy-paying, credit terms, you will find it exceedingly easy to secure every home comfort. Make up your mind today to have a good home. Say to yours :lf, "Here's where I make my start' then go to Hartman's big store and make your selection -rour liberal credit terms will surprise you. I VERY ARTICLE MARKED WITH PLAIN FIGURE PK1CE TAG-ONE FRKCE TO ALL Uetter than all tho so-called "hair ton ics" in the world is a simple old fash ioned homo recipe consisting of plain Bay Hum, Lavona (do composee), and a little Menthol Crystals. Theso thred mixed at home in a few minutes, work wonders v with any scalp. Try it Just one night and see. Get from your druggist 2 ox. Lavona, 6 oz. Bay Rum and H dr. Menthol Crys tals. Dissolve the Crystals In the Hay Rum and pour in an 8 oz. bottle. Then add the Lavona, shake well and let It stand for an hour before using. Apply It by putting a little of the mixture on a soft cloth.' Draw this cloth slowly through the hair, taking Just one small strand at a time. This cleanses the hair and scalp of dirt, dust and excessive oil and. makes the hair delightfully soft, lus trous and fluffy. To stop the hair from falling and to make It grow again rub the lotion briskly into the scalp with the fin ger tips or a medium stiff brush, Apply night and. morning, A few days' use and you cannot find a single loose or strag gling hair. They will bo locked on your scalp as 'tight as a "vice. 'Dandruff will disappear and itching ceaso. In ten days you will find downy new hairs sprouting up all over your scalp and this new hair Will grow with wonderful rapidity. Any druggist can sell you the above. The prescription is very Inexpensive and Ave know ot nothing so effective and cer tain of its result. ' A MESSAGE TO WOMEW. I have a wonderful method for removing wrinkles without Injuring tho skin. Took out my wrinkles In thirty minutes. No plasterbi masks or massage. To prove It will re move your wrinkles I will send you a do), lar treatment free on receipt of 10c to pay postage, packing, etc. Write me- today Blanche Kershaw, Suite 18, Clark Build ing, Syraouse. N. V. Advertisement. . A Timely Sale of Solid Gold Jewelry Wednesday. June, the moritlf of brides, Is fast ap- "-. proaohlng and if you arp one of many who will bo looking for suitable wedding prevents to give, your golden opportunity will be Wednesday, when Orkln Broth era 'placo on sale a purchase of 115,000 worm oi soua goia jeweiry ni one-nair price. There is a whole glittering sea of fine Jewelry to solect from the kind that makes suitable presents. C13A STKASISHI1'. Sir n M "IF SHORT LIKE Bon FrawUco to V 1 1 ft! P Y AvutralU, II tfiyi tu Honolulu U RV Ba H and Samoa, the ittnrtire od lfiiict route, wiuter or lummer. Splendid 10,000 ton ttramtn (cluKd by liritlih Uoydi 100 AI). SI 10 Honolulu llrit-tlui round trl tydnty SIM. SMS BRAND TOUR SOUTH SEAS SMS Iloirftlulu, 8mas, Auitrtlts, New Zetland, Tllti. i.e. im lit Cltu Round tho WorM; 2nd Cltu S1S0 Vuitiat 6 eOEtlr.er-tasnd world' gret titieo (itcp-orrn) nonoiuiv cuuithi Apru o. zi, 7 o, etc. lyoney every 28 dirt. Apr. 8, i!y0,rtr. Send (or folder. id: i. s, i Ouinl: , Co., J7J Mukrt It, ttn Fund Kg Hartman's New Style Unifold Bed Davenport CREDIT TERMS $2.50 CASH $2.00 MONTHLY Hartman's unifold davenpbrt, The most celebrated nnd perfect bed davenport In the market today. Extremely plain, heavy colonial de sign. Upholstered in genulno moroccollne leather. O " M fk the finest Imitation leather made. One motion IDteS Im fill . ., oil .. nnnvnfd rinVMinnH Intn n full hIvaiI K ' " bed with a separate sot of steel springs and mat- Jm' tress. Finished in a rich American quarter sawed oak and a great valuo at CUT- Li Massive Metal Bed Outfit $1.50 CASH $1.00 A MONTH Hnllil onk tlva drawer fonler. Mada of high grade inntitrln!. atronclv construct ed and beautifully finished. Drawers are largo nnd roomy with brass col onial pulls. An extremely woll made and guaranteed piece of fiyf AC furniture. Specially D'x.acj priced at Geatime Leather Maliogaty Parlor Suite AN EXCELLENT VALUE $2.00 Oash; $2.00 Monthly Elegant mahoganUed birch !l-ploco parlor BUlto. Constructed through out of tho vory best of material nntl richly finished. Frames aro very maeslvo and mado of tho finest mahogany birch,. Uphol stered In high grado genuine leather over full steol spring supports. The tleslBn Is simple yet artistically oxecutcd. A moBt senBatlonn.1 bargain at this price IliCB BLV 22S2 4 Roams Famished Completely ior $ Everything Ready Far Housekeeping Terms of Payment $5.C0 a Month 99 Spring Catalog Mailed M Free BERMUDA and WEST INDIES Aik lor lllu. tilted bodkle. The &cyal Mall Bteain Packet Co. gn6erun U Boo. Gca. Ailt. 19 So. SalU Et . Chltiro. or An J gUamiblp Tlrkrt Axn - Faithful Sir Horace;. Sir Horace Plunkott, the Irish parlia mentarian, still plna his faith in Omaha real estate. Although living In Dublin and In London ho keeps an cyo on Omaha and has his real estate agents on the alert for bargains and Investments for him. Sir Horace was in Omaha last Decem ber attending the convention of Nebraska farmers. At that, time he reiterated his belief in a great future for Omaha and Nebraska. His hearers, especially those who lived in Omaha; knew that his talk was not buncombe. When he returned to Ireland he pro1 ceeded to practice some more what he had preached. He informed his agents to keep on the alert. The last few weeks there have come, to the public notice at least two important deals in which ho waB Involved. He sold the Lango hotel for a noat little sum, and then turned around to sink his money agatn In local property, With J18.000 he bought a two-story and loft building in South Omaha.. There are several other choice pieces of property in South Omaha and Omaha the titles to which are hold by him. Few native Omahans can show more faith in tho city's future progress than he. GnrrtKc l.lkn n House. A little architectural, conceit is that of P J. Adams' planning. To lend a dis tinctive feature to the appearance of his residence at Thirty-eighth and Pacific streets he will build next to the house Its duplicate In a garage. The garaao will bo of brick and stucco. It will con tain his two cars. Furthermore, the little structure will harmonize in design and color scheme with other buldlngs In the Immediate neighborhood, which Is known ns "the prettiest block." Stet-1 Sella Out. John Steel has sold his residence, 1318 South Thirtieth avenue, to Captuln C. H. Townsend, who will, occupy It as a home next month. Mr. and Mrs. Steel are pre paring to go to Idaho to live on their ranch, taking their portable property with them. Combination I'urma Sold, A great number of farpis have recently been sold tor combination purposes for general farming and stock feeding. Among thone worthy of note and, In which recent possession has been taken hy the new owners Is one of 740 aores to John V. Happ, the sheep man. It formerly belonged to the John A. Crelghton Ileal Estato company. This farm lies within one-half mile of tho corporate limits of Waterloo, which is only a few miles out from Omaha. While the consldera'on Is not given, It Is understood that it la near the JS0.0O) mark. The deal was .made by the Orin 8. Merrill company. Also another deal by the same estate was one to John W. Cook and I D, Wat Un of 31') hrrea. tldrUnlng Millard on lr. noi Ih. T!' cuiw'.Ckrat on wis ttt.ev Ti.ia vak m made U, the Orin fc Merrill I lusulata Hello Bed Spring Mattress Complete Outfit Large, handsomely designed all steel bed with heavy 2-Inch con tinuous posts. Knameieu in a vuneiy oi auruewve coiorn, strong ly constructed woven wire springs supporieu In the center wlUi steel cotln una a 40-lb, soft lop sanitary mattress. imn is positively a $-195 JLJ. most exceptional bargain at the unusually low price rpr Deo, spring ana maures con For this week's selling at HIGH GRADE LIBRARY TABLE Get Hartman's Trices efore Buyi l Mail Orders ,'romptljr Filled Made o 1 beaut I f u 1 I Amor lc a rt quarter- Bawed oak, hand rub bed and pol ls h o d. Top measures 42 1 n eh o b long and 28-lnches wide, with a secret drawor. The pedestalB are very maBslvo and securely attached to base and top. An unusual J value at thla low prlca. ... .',p(?Oo Hm it mlti lilsss-MSiii I ' III i IW Extra size, roomy ltllcnon cabinet. Made of selected solid oak, conveni ently built with large china compart ment and four large spice drawers. Uasn l flttod with flour bins, knead ing board and utensil drawers. A ?l6.oo value and ui wonderful bargain, at $12.35 Famous Regent Range $2.50 Cash $2.00 a Month I S3s ' Famous Merit Itegent Range. Made full size with large oven and six 8-lnch holes. Stovo rest on san- nary sieei tmse, nas a, largo nre box" with duplex grates.' Nickel towel bar extends across base of range with other parts nlaborately nickel trimmed. A wonderful val ue, specially priced for thin week... This extra large dresser 1 made throughout of solid threa roomy drawora onlul wood pulls. Top fitted oak. with lias High Grade ittmi VaIvaI Rllrf with Frnch havalAd nlntn mirror. fa A $7.65 9x11 Ft- si2 1414-1416-1418 DOUGLAS ST. 91.50 Cash; 91 Monthly. xll feet Ve) Velvot Hugs Mado of wool wors ted woven Into tho newest floral and orienta uesigns. HUltubla rue for any give unusually gooa. room and guaranteed to service, A great value at th.l low price $11.75 company. ' A iVkse has been entered ln.to for a term of years with F: M. Anderson, a practical man of well known ability. L Mr. Merrill also renorta a jsale made the Inst day or to of 4a0 acres west of Oretna.' This was formerly owned by Cora Wolfe. The new owner Is Oi Johnson. It Is a farm also well adapted for feeding and general, farming, being near good rail road facilities and only a shorf run sio South Omaha market. Mr. Thomas H. Williams of JSIIiott, la., who recently .acaulred eighty acres In the western part of Sarpy county, on the Ctatn Fisheries road, for a hpme, has fully consummated the deal, and Mr. Nelson, the former owner, who Is retiring, oved to Gretna, where ho has bought a home. HUNGER SENTENCES SEYERAL Four Sent to Federal Prison Leavenworth for Terms. at ONE WOULD ARGUE IIIS CASE Juilcc Calves lllm Chanoc In Change Ills riea If He Chooses, but He Finully Accepts tbe Terms, Prescription that Soon Knocks Rheumatism This stmDle and harmless formula haj .worked wonders for all who have tried It. quickly curing chronic and acute rheu- Knatlsm and backache. "From your drug gist get one ounce of Tons compound tin original sealed package) and one ounce of syrup Barsaparllla compound. Take theso two Ingredients home and put them In a half pint of good whiskey. , Shake the bottle and take a tablespoonful be fore each meal and at bedtime." Good results come after the first few doses. If your druggist does not havo Torls com pound in stock he will get It for you In a few hours from his wholesale house. Don't b Influenced to take a patent med. Iclne Instead Of this. Insist on having the genuine Torls compound In the orig inal, one-ounce, sealed, yellow package. Hundreds of the wortt cases here have bet n cured by this In a short time'. St. Konodict Xl&aty Tablsts Olrs Im- i'our .men wera sentenced to terms In the federal prison at Leavsnworth, Kan., by Judge William II, Mungtr, when moat Of those Indicted by th special grand jury a week ago were brought before the Judge to enter a plea. Those sentenced to the federal penitentiary were Oeorge Klcholrqn, two years for counterfeiting and having counterfeit cola In his pos. session; C. 13. AVest, one year and sight months, for impersonating a federal of ficer; Fred Wise, one year and one day for white slavery; and James Weston, two years for cutting and robbing a mall pouch at North Platte, Neb. The sentence for Wise, tho white slaver, was fixed at two years, but on recommendation of the county attorney from Orand Island, which Is Wise's home, the sentence was reduced to one year and one day. The county' attorney called attention to the fact that Wise was not known to be bad at Orand Island, and that his offense In transporting Mlllan Beybold from Dallas, 8. D to Grand Is land, Neb., for Illegal purposes, was his first offense. C. E. West, after pleading guilty to the charge of impersonating a federal of ficer In Omaha, hired a stenographer on that pretense and defrauded her of $50, heard' the sentence of two years In Leav enworth pronounced upon him and then began to argue his case, lie told the Judge that he had not told anyone he was a government officer. The Judge reminded htm that he had already pleaded guilty to the charge after hearing the Indict ment read. "Why did you plead guilty to the charge of impersonating an officer?" asked the Judge. "Well, because I ain't got no way to prove that I didn't," replied the prlconer. "The court will admit your testimony ,lf you like," replied the Judge. "But a man's own testimony don't go very far In court," the prisoner pro tested. "Toil may have a Jury trial if you wish It," the Judge advised. The prisoner hesitated. Ha gripped his hands behind him, turned them nervously and gripped them harder. 'Will you allow ma the time I have served In Jail here?'4 he queried, The Judge told him ha would and said that would make his term twenty months. He thanked the Judge and sat down. SIXTY KILLED BY STORMS Hundred Injured by Tornadoes in Southern and Central States. PROPERTY LOSS IS VERY HEAVY DamiiKC Will linn Into Million of Dollar Sleet I'rostfHte Hun dred of Miles ot Over head Wires. More than sixty persons are reported killed and hundreds were Injured, soma mortally, by n storm of tornado Intensity when raged over central, western, south ern and parts of eastern states yes terday. Property damage will run well Into the millions. Definite Information has been received, accounting for more than forty persona dead Avlth reports from points temporarily1 cHt off from wlro communication by tho storm adding hourly to the list Reports from Alabama show the loss ot life Was. heaviest In that (late, the nurat ber of dead there being already definitely placed, twenty-eight, with additional fa tallties reported, but not confirmed. Tht town of Lower Peach Tree was prac tically wiped out. Two aro dead In In diana, two in Tennessee, three in Ohio, two In Now York, one In Michigan and two in Louisville. Accompanying the death lists are estN mates of Injured totaling more than 100, with additions coming In at brief Intervals. Judge Orders Wages Turned Over to Wife Judge Foster believes that when a mother has raised ten children she has dona her duty on this earth. Mrs. Kata Freeman, 33J3 Charles street, appeared, against her husband, whom she says has not (Supported her or her children all winter. She told a pitiful tale of how she tried to bring up five little children this winter and still work and make money enough to support them. Two daughters are working and contributed, but tha father laid around the house, did odd Jobs and spent what little money ha got Judge Foster secured a Job for tha man and gave the employer notice to turn tha money over to the mother. NATURE!9 XjA.W. Nature's laws are perfect if only we obey them, but diiesie follows dlsobedt eaee. Go straight to Nature for the cure.to the foreit ; there ere mysteries there, some el which we can fathom for you. Take tho bark of the Wild-cherry tree, with mandrake root, Oregon grape root, stone root, queen' root, bloodroot and golden teal root, make scientific, glyceric., extraot of them, with just the rifht proportions, and you have DOCTOR PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY. It took Dr. Pieroe, with the aiiiitance ot two learned chemists and phsrmt. outs, many montns oi nara worn experimenting i pencci this vegetable alterative and tonio extract of tbe greatest efficiency. Ma. C. W. PawXKY, of Millville, Calif., writes: "I wish to tell you that I have used your 'Golden Medical Discovery' In my family for twenty years, We have had a doctor called In but once during that time. I have a family of ten chil dren, all well and hearty, for which, to a RTeat extent, we owe thanks to you and your 'Golden Medical Discovery and Pellet!,' which we use when sick." Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and iavlforaM stomach, liver and bowiilt. Sugar-coated, tiny gTesulei. j SOLD PY ALL DRUGGISTS. ; . ... a a r sm aVI C W. Pawlby. Hsq, World's Unpens ary jvieaicti Association, uuntio, vt.i.