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TTTE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, FKBRIWKY r, 101.1.
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AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA
Business Men, at Meeting, Endorse
Lee Merger Bill.
CITIZENS' COMMITTEE REPORTS
Sn City Council Meeting; for I.nck
of Cluornm, Owlnsr to Strong
Kffort of Few to Vnnh
Fat woman who aro contemplating: a
rtw gown In the mods will have to con
template a reduction of their flesh befor
they rlslt the dressmaker.
Fortunately this Is nothing like the
hard labor It wai when one had nothing
but exercising or dieting to get reiulta
with. Nowaday a short course of the
Uarmola Prescription Tablets should bring
any woman, however fat, to the propor
tions necessary for her to wear a Direct
Let her take a Marmola Tablet (made
in accordance with tho famous prescrip
tion and, therefore, harmless) after each
meal and at bedtlmo and she should very
noon be losing a pound a day. This re
milt, accomplished without disturbing
one's table customs, forming wrinkles or
distressing the stomach, astonishes every
body. Even one large case costing only 75
cents at any druggist's, or tho same
amount direct by mall from the Mar
mola Company, Farmer nidg.. Detroit,
Mich., gives positive results. This con
stitutes the acme of economy.
is n, curable disease, which requires treat
ment The OIUUNB treatment can be
used with absolute confidence. It de
stroys all desire for whiskey, beer, or
other Intoxicants. Can be given In the
home. No sanitarium expense. No loss
of time from work. Can be given secret
ly. If after a trial you fail to get any
benefit from Its use your money will bo
ORUINB Is prepared In two forms: No.
1, secret treatment, a powder; OIIIUN13
No. 2, In pill form, for those who desire
to take voluntary treatment. Costs onlv
$1.00 a box. Come In and talk over the
matter with us. Ask for booklet.
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co., 16th
and Dodge, 307-9 No. 16th, 24th and Far
nam; Owl Drug Co., 16th and Harney.
Symptoms Are Warnings
To Wise Men.
The publication of tho prescrip
tion of a famed physician would
4rovo Uruitlcss to hundreds of
men If unablo to recognize tho
necessity for its use. It is not the
intention or desire of the writer
to mislead or frighten by painting
the horrors suffered by the pre
maturely aged, but rather la it
the desire, to state pduln facts. The
peculiar affliction which destroys
ambition, organic strength, erfergy
and hope Is accompanied by some
of the following symptoms, if not
by all: Dull, sunken eyes; thin
ness (or abnormal fatness), cold
extremities, backupjuc, weakness
in the spine, twltctiing, spots be
fore tho eyes, pains in back of
head, headache, trembling, fatigue,
shrinking of the akin, flabby flesh,
Impaired memory, sleeplessness,
lorn of appetite, constipation, kid
ney derangements and a .general
unprcpardness for emergencies of
Tho right kind of medical treat
ment will effectually overcome
such warning symptoms and re
store normal conditions If persist
ently used for a few abort weeks.
Any one can buy the ingredients
and mix the medicines of this pre
scription at home as It contains
no poisonous opiates whatever.
The Instructions for mixing at
home secretly so that no embar
rassment may be felt, are as fol
lows: First get three ounces of
syrup Barsaparllla compound and
one ounce compound fluid balm
wort i rilx and let stand two hours.
Then add one ounce compound es
sence cardlol and one ounce tinc
ture cadomene compound (not car
damom), and mix all togther. The
directions are to take or- tea
spoonful after each meal and one
when retiring, until bounding
health and full strength are re
stored. Even a few woeks will
witness most wonderful results.
aats longer than a buttonhole
flyolfaf and la easier to put on Bad
to talco off. 15c, 2 for 25o
(duett, Peabody & Co., Hakera
If the gang that Is opposing annexation
wonted any confirmation of the esteem In
which their efforts are held by the solid
business men of the town It would have
been to their enlightenment to have at
tended n meeting of twenty-five of the
biggest business men In town held last
night In an office In the Hannon building.
Tho meeting was called to hear the report
of the citizens" charter committee ap
pointed some time ago at a public meet
ing held In the South Omaha High school
building. Attorneys Dean Ringer and A.
H. Murdock. together with Attorney Sam
Winters, who was also appointed on the
citizens' charter committee, took up the
consideration of the rclvslon measures to
be presented to the legislature. A unani
mous vote of the men present declared
absolutely In favor of the Lee merger
bill as It now stands.
Attorney J. P. Breen of Omaha, who
was present, explained tho provisions of
the Leo bill, which, he said, would prob
ably be passed without any trouble. Tho
last apparent objection to tho Lee bill and
to merger with Omaha was taken rway
when Ureen explained his amendment to
tho Omnha city charter allowing tho city
to expend any such additional sum as
i would bo necessary to cover the Increased
expenses of Greater Omaha by reason of
the annexation of South Omaha. This
amendment In effect will take away the
flnst plausible excuse offered by the gang
in opposition to the merger. Even after
the provisions of the Leo bill had been
generally approved by the citizens somo
offered the excuse that there was no pro
vision for adequately taking enro of South
Omaha from a financial standpoint. The
old provlBlon-ljvcase of annexation limited
the expenditure of Greater Omaha to
$1,350,000 even In case of annexation. The
Breen amendment will allow Greater
Omaha to make such levy and spend such
increased amount as will take care of
tho cities annexed.
No (luorttm at Conncll Mrctlnp;.
There was no quorum nt the city hall
last night and as a consequence, the city
council did not hold a session. The rea
son of the postponement of the meeting
was ascribed to the fact that a desperate
attempt to push tho Ryan-PIvonKa plan
through the council In the matter of pay
ing the twenty-nine firemen on the de
partment. It was planned, according to
certain members of the council, to forc.j
through a measure last night supporting
Ryan and PIvonka In their effort to over
ride the rule established by the council
In making financial provision for the pay
ment of twenty-six men this year. Alton,
as usual, was said to have been selected
to assist In the fight. He, together with
Councilman Hartnett, consulted with the
city treasurer's offlco during tho after
noon. A third councilman Is alleged to
have sustained all manner of coaxings,
threats and blandishments in order tj
win him over to the oldo ot tho police
New DcK-mnent Prepnreit.
In the protecting care of John B. Wat
kins and C. W. Sears, a new product of
the Hoctor charter revision committee
was taken down to Lincoln yesterday. It
was said. The Hoctor charter revision
committer has prepared an annexation
bill, part of which Is a joke and the rest
buncombe, as far as getting an expres
sion of the people goes. The whole ques
tion as to annexation Is left in the handB
of the city council, who with their own
Interests at stake will have little qualms
In raising all manner of objections to any
progress of annexation
Thero Is going to be a fight, but It Is
not expected to be In accord with the
minds of tho Hoctor charter committee,
The Lee bill Is fair, and many of the
saloon men aro In favor of the measure.
which makes a special provision that in
case of annexation with Omaha the South
Omaha saloon keepers will have to pay
a pro rata saloon license tax from May,
when the South Omaha licenses are Is
sued, to tho following January, when the
Omaha licenses are granted. The schools
and school teachers are taken care of In
a supplemental bill. This bill provldejl
that the South Omaha teachers shall be
embodied In the, Omaha school depart
ment on an equal footing with the Omaha
school teachers, rating being allowed In
accord with the number of years spent
In tho service In South Omaha. This
means an Increase of salary for the
teachers of the annexed city and a title
to the retirement roll for those who have
served the required number of years In
the same manner as If they had served
during the same time In Omaha The
firemen and policemen of South Omaha
in euBe of annexation will have a double
shift and a rating In Omaha according
to their terms of service In South Omaha,
Both services will bo protected by a re
tirement and pension fund.
Magic City Bovrllnir League,
18 3 Tot.
fa vn nail eh ...... 202 171 167 iW
Uoth 19 206 210 6S6
167 113 168 476
ii-rrnril 133 157 195 4S5
the South Omaha hospital with n toum
of pneumonia, I expected to be out today.
The Ladles' Aid society of the First
Presbyterian church will meet Wednesday
afternoon with Mrs. Compton, Twenl
seventh and H streets.
The Albright Social Institute Wa opened
yesterday In the old automatic telephone
building, Twenty-fifth and M streets A
committee from the Omaha and South
Omaha Woman's clubs were present.
Mrs. Mary C. Whltcomb, nged W years,
died nt the South Omaha hospital vesti-r-day
She Is survived by her husband.
John Whltcomb. and two children. The
body will be shipped Wednesday from tho
late residence of the deceased. ail6 Jnek
son street, to Klmo, Mo . whero the
funeral services will be held.
Gas stoves were ordered Installed In the
Hawthorne school at a meeting of the
school board last night. A committee
from Franklin school were assured that
If twenty-five additions! pupils could bo
obtained another teacher would be at
tached to the school. The residents nvur
the school complained that many ot their
children were compelled to cross tho rail
road tracks by reason of the lack of a
CALLS VACCINATION VICIOUS
Patron of Lake School Asks for
Protection for Children.
WRITES TO BOARD OF EDUCATION
A Shootlntr Semite
with both parties wounded, demands
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. ' Heals wounds,
sores, burns, bolls, cuts or plies. Only
26c. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Ad
Aged Man Prays in
Police Court that
Judge Be Lenient
The name ot John Napanacs was called
out by the court officer In police court.
Th,o witnesses were called forward an
aged and bent woman dressed In black
and a daughter, probably 12 years
of age. Napanacs, the father, was led
from tho "bull pen" Into the court room,
where he came face to face with his wife
and daughter, whom he had refused to
support for the last year.
The court loungers and visitors straight
ened up In their seats with a new In
terest, a scattering of police officers
standing near the Judge's bench crowded
a little closer to tho prisoner. Hero was
something new, Interesting, this case of
Without warning or even n word the
prisoner dropped to his knees before the
Judge's desk, and bowing his head began
to pray. The shuffling of feet, the whlu
pering and buzzing In tho room ntoppi.l,
and the tick, tick of tho largo clock above
tho Judge's head was audible In all parti
of the room. For fully five minutes
Napanacs knelt In prayer, asking God to
have mercy on him and begging the Judge
to give him his freedom..
With tears streaming down her with
ered checks Mrs. Napanacs told of her
husband's failure to support tho family
for tho last year, and how she hod
worked to keep their only child In school
and keep up tho home. v
Napanacs said he was unable to get
work. He was put undor a ninety dayb'
suspended sentence. The Bohemian Char
ity society Is to securo him work.
Used by Millions the World Over.
All drug store or by mail, 15c
C. 8. Dent Co.. OrrnorT, Mich.
157 192 176
Totals 807 879 00 z.&ai
Totals 815 STT 912 2,dl5
Q AH LOW'S COLTS.
1 2, 3
Howe "3 1C2
CtssnV ! ?
Kasner l? i ff?
Mullen V-v JS iS
Crowe .IS.. "6 139
"Totals 788 837 713 2,838
JETTBU'S GOLD TOPS,
1 2 3 Tot
Cochran 201 "6 194 u73
Chadd 16 1
Hall ISO . 177 126 . 453
Fitzgerald im zm zii - twi
Ben Hull .... 163 210 174 Dt7
Total 871 370 841
White 155 US 16
Kruse 1 104 128
Larkin 116 102
Qoldenberg J ?1 JW
Claybourne 100 188 134
II. S. .Scunril .ids Ills Ttsn !lrl
Aro llenlihy, nnit Mr Would lie
llolnic Them (irrnt Injustice
lo Permit Vnccliintliin,
Vaccination Is vicious and science has
Kpudlated It. ncoonllng to II. p. Kewnrd.
2SS0 North Nineteenth street, who wrote
tho Board of Udueittlon a letter which
was read at a meeting last night. In which
he urged the board to Instruct Superin
tendent 'K F. Graff to direct tho pilnclpal
of Lnko school to receive back his two
girls who urc now out by order of tho
health commissioner and will not be per
mitted to leliiTn, unless vaccinated, for
In hit letter Seward suvs tho only cases
of smallpox In the vicinity of Lake school
are now about well and he sees no reason
why his children should not be permitted
to return, as they are a healthy pair. The
Hoard of Kducatlou referred the letter
to tho Judiciary committee on (he request
of tho board's attorney, who received tho
letter and referred It to the board, tow
"I huve two little girls who tin i,i hu
date have been attending school rxvilurly.
One Is In first A mid the other In third A
gtnde. t will never consent to them being
vaccinated, as I would not be n party in
an act wheieby their bodies would be
come diseased In case they wore vac
cinated. Vaccination Is n viclium rimtmn
and Is only npproved by certain ones of
the medical profession, mainly for the
"My children arc In good health and to
vaccinate them would bo sinful, even If
Or. t'onuell or some of his tolleagues
need the money.
"At this time 1 would like to Inquire
nt to who u running the sehools of
Omaha. 1 have been talking with a mem
ber of the Hoard of Kdurallon and have
been Informed that If you would advise
Superintendent Urntf to Instruct Miss
ntch to receive back the 'expelled' puplli
that such would bo done' and Dr. ConneU's
twenty-one days' order would bo disre
garded "There Is no state law compelling vac
cination and such telng the case why
must those opposed to vaccination be
compelled to submit to Council's orders or
else bo deprived of school facilities?"
TWO BROTHERS ARE BADLY
BEATEN BY TWO STRANGERS
John and David 1 Inline, brother, cele
brated the opening of tho new Carleton
bar In the old Woodmen building a bit
too strenuously yesterday and when thrv
left they became embroiled with two
strangers. They were badly beaten up
when found by the ollce anil taken (o
hondiiuarters. John latino lost a
valuable watch In tho scuffle.
t'liroiilo (iiiMtlintloit Cured.
"Five years ago I had the worst caso
of chronic constipation I ever knew of,
and Chamberlain's Tablets cured me."
writes S. F. Fish. Brooklyn, Mich. For
nlo by nil dealers.
SIXTY CITY PRISONERS
REFUSED BY THE SHERIFF
hlxtv pllsoners from the cllv lull
refused vextrnlin b the slieilffH of
flcnymi Hi-count of the smallpox scare
What In prevalent among them. Tho slier-
Iff acted upop the advice of the county
Physician, who deemed It bo best to leave
the prisoners whore they wero until tho
llkllhood of spreading tho disease subsided.
Money Saving Sale
Wo hnvt) purcha8od tho Block ot
Sharff Optlcnl Co , Now York, at
,'IOc on (ho dollar, nnd nn wo want
lo mid 500 new customers to our
Optical DoimrtuiGiit HiIh vonr wo
will nlnco on sulo, commencing Monday, Koliruary IS, for ono tA rn
week, those high class goods, latest stylos, In finger nloco 1 MH
mountings, fitted with tho best pcrlBcoptc lenses, complete for.w,,'u
Tills Is tho biggest bargain over offered on high grade 13yo Glasses
Our Optical Department Ib In charge of Dr. McCarthy, who many
of you know, as lie has sorved our people for lfi yeara and Is an o -knowlcdged
master of his profession.
Satisfaction to All Is Our Motto. KVKK KXA.MINKI) KIIKK.
dr. j. t. McCarthy optical dept.
REESE JEWELRY CO.
.107 SOUTH HI 'I'll ST.
If you nnifer-work your jaws
You over-work your stomach.
(If you don't xhew your food
enough you don't make saliva
enough. Digestion needs it. This
chewing dainty supplies it.
So if you must swallow food hastily, letf
this mint flavored morsel give refreshing,1
relSef to your poor, tired
Let it steadily improve your;
TVi-U 756 7J1 75S
Hnndlcan 40 0 40 130
Totals W 771 7W 2.31C
Mnitlo City uossip.
At home for business. H. U Coombs.
Tel. South 130. Advertisement.
Uncle David Anderson, who has been
111 for some time. Is recovering rapjoiy.
The meeting of tbe Knights and Ladles
of Security will be held tonight in we
Mrs. Phil Nagel, 10M North Twenty-
fifth street, is recovering nicely irora a
inhn M r cell vesterdav assumed his
"new duties as deputy city clerk and Louis
tineK as journal cierx.
Tim Kaeles aerie No. 169 will give an
ontertnlntnent at their hall tonight for
the members and their friends.
limb Garlow. who has been confined to
teeth and appetite.
BUY IT BY THE BOX
It costs less of any dealer and stays fresh until used.
Look for the spear
Stomach Bad? Belching Gas arid
Sour Food? Want to Feel Fine?
Wonder what upset your stomach which portion ot the food did tho damage
do you? Well, don't bother. If your stomach Is in .a revolt: of sour, gassy
and upsot, nnd what you Just ate hnn fermented Into stubborn lumps; your head
dlKiy and aches; belch gases and acids and eructate undigested food; breath ton.,
tongue coated Just take a Illtlo l'lapepsln and In five minutes you truly will
wonder what became of the Indigestion mid distress.
Millions of men and women today know that It Is needless to have a bad
stomach A llttlo Ulapepsln occasionally keeps this dellc.ito organ regulated and
they eat tholr favorite foods without fear
tin PAPE'S V ' 'vcWk
IH 22 GRAIN TRIANCULES OF, .B FSffijllUVS Y
1 DIAPIPSft J W&ffl
1 rWl MAKES DISORDERED STOMACHS J- dUySsP1 ' ASitl
FEEL KINK IN,. FIVE MINUTES. ;MRalrI T "V
I SMCUKKS INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, lSt!lfo4&!$s& rJwOyZ)A
IARCE 50 CENT CASE-ANY DRUG STORl
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There's something; to do every hour 1
I in tha dsy, and every day in the month in Florida. There is I
Sslllnsr, Bostlnp, Surf-Bathltiff, Fishing, Shooting, Golf, Tennis, I
AutomobiHng In fact, there Is overything but snow-balling. And m
M bast of all; there is tha Florida Climate, tempered by the glorious I
tropical sun, strengthened by tha salt air of the sea. I
I The ona detail necessary to round ont a trip to Florida is perfect I
train servica. This will be found in tha equipment and schedule of tha I
I Kansas City --Florida Special I
I FROM KANSAS CITY DAILY AT 6103 P. M. I
)) W " H-tteet. trctrlo-llghttd equlpmfnt; electric fnt Pullman
' HE eUaper of the latMt detlgn and steel dining care under the direction of B
FRED HARVTtY. lt'e ae fine a train at ever ran on wheels. M
Last chance to see the Panama Canal Work
before the water le turned In. Bight personally-conducted toure In the gf
steamship Evangeline," from Key West to Colon, returning via Kingston
B and Havana. The vessel Is new, built In Scotland during 1011-13, especially M
m for tourbig the tropics. It Is equipped with Marconi wireless service. M
Va electric lights and fans, and all modern conveniences and luxuries. It m
m will leaye Key West January 7th and Jlst, February th and lSth. JT
W March' 4th and 18th, April 1st and 13th. An eleven-day trip. In- K'
VA eluding meale and berth at aea and In port, for tllO. Stopover M
T privileges granted at Colon, Havana nnd Kingston. m
M ite'li gfeil i aaal p,r". Train Schedulee, Pullman and M
ea mi -l f .T.V.W Steamship Reeervallone, and Illus- Jm
MaWvPnBami "''bt P"0'"' ddLltrtUrB m(,r St
Division Passenger Agent, FRISCO LINES, M
Waldheim Building, ' M
Been At It
Over 250, 000 People
Are recular and satisfied customers for
Rlerer's Pure Old Monoeram Whiskey there
rnnliln't nosslblv be u better testiruonlnl to Its ex-
nulaiip mouthness. mellow flavor aud absolute nuritv.
nnlv tiurltv and aae Is a oriiarautee of aood whigftey for
mrdlclnal nurtioies the Duritv of Rlrcer's Monoeram is
guaranteed by us under the Pure Food Law while its nge Is
guaranteed byourtwenty years In business. You can buy
Bend us an order for Rleger's
Monogram test It for flavor,
smoothness, and all the essen
tials of mod whlthty use
bait of It and satisfy your
self, If you are not thoroughly
convinced that It Is the finest
whiskey you ever used, return
the balance at our expense
your money will be refunded
J. RIerjer & Co.,
1711 Cencset Street.
Kansas City, Ha.
Private Stock v
4Qtu. Rlefjera $
Two sample bottles of
Klenor's Fine Mono
gram Whiskey, Gold
tipped Whiskey Glass
and Patent Corkscrew.
I hove, n certain cure for rupture with
out resorting- to n painful and uncertain
nurKlcal operation. I air.' the only rep
utablo physician In this Una of work
who will tako such cases for treatment
upon a guaranteo to cure, or make no
charge. You may deposit the monoy fn
a bank, In your own name, and when
you are satisfied a cure has been made
you then instruct the hank to pay tho
money to mo. Uy dolnR this you are
absolutely certain of a cure, or it will
cost you nothing. If I was not perfectly
sure of my work I could not do busi
ness In this way very lour;, but Insteud,
have been doing business so for 20 years,
and adopted this plan because so many
have been swindled by quacks and fak
ers. Not one of thorn will permit a pa
tient to deposit his money until a euro
has been made.
When taking my treatment, patients
must come to my office once each week
for four weeks, and If they live nearby
mtna'iu"din.dUnnS the larval. X do not uaa tb. Parana. Wsi
treatment, as it Is dangarons. Call or write for literature.
A FEW OF MY CURED PATIENTS
A. V. 'Il0,rn.J,0L'0,k1; Nej?'JW' H- Nolle, postmaster, Ilolstoln. Ia.: Dan Murpbj
tc NT,, tilth St.. Omaha' V S. .Tml.l mVi,,..i i ii r,,. ..,. m.i. .
Orrln need. Ogullalu, Neb.; Iley, J G, Stauurd, Ileuver Crossing, Neb., John E.
F iteige, jJorcntster.
tit Joseph. Mo., J. i.
rBAWX H. WBAV, M. D.. Suite 300 Baa Bldff Omnha, Kab. y
Orrln need, oguuam, iseu.; itev, J G, Stauurd, Ileuver Crossl
Uoehne. Wisner. Neb.; William Iloss, Kr, Lawrence. Nob.; H. P
Neb,. John,K?,0iXiii'fttirV,!..Ju J . '2 Ho- -'HI' St.. at
Stennett, Vimsca. Is III N WthDB of others could lo added U