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TrrK BEE: OMAHA, SATTRDAY, APRTL 19, 191.3. en 1 1 1,1 0 I "1 r COACH PREDICTED RETURN IN RAGGAG INSTEAD OF PULLMAN The Family Doctor of Wm. J. Booth of Mate-Wan, Mingo Coun ty, W. Va., Told His Relatives to Meet Him on Re turn from the Electro-Oxygen Co. Institution with . a Hearse. The story of What He Calls a Miracle. ''A physical wreck barely olive." The above sentence hardly does Justice to the pitiful condition of Mr. William J Ilooth, of Mate-Won. Mingo county. West Virginia, when he arrived at the Institute. Scarcely less wonderful than the relief effected was thn fact that a human being could be In such shape and yet live. Ills sworn testimony, voluntarily riven, may ho of lictieflt to those who suffer and yet stubbornly re fuse to believe that relief may be ob tained for the seemingly strnngo reason that tho Institute mukes no half-way claims, hut sweeptnK statements. It Is a remurkabln fact that thcro aro suf ferers In thl world who would romo Instantly It the Institute simply offered relic, partial help and a reduction of suffering, t Thcso soma peoplo probably accept unhesitatingly a statement inad In the paper that such and such a number of men were killed in a certain railroad accident, and refuse to accept It eon and has accomplished. They forget that th newspaper correspondent might have nn axe to grind. He was an unknown to the doctors of the Institution an they were to him, excepting, of course, what he road of them mid their work. He says: "Kor tho last three years my com plication of ailments practically kept me confined to my b4. Sometimes I would stay up for two or three weeks, but only at raro Intervals. I was par tially paralyzed, my llrer was In terri ble shape. I had asthma so I hardly slept for fifteen minutes. Now, at the noisiest hotel In tho city, I sloop llko a baby. As to my heart. I had frequent spells, when It acted seemingly like a chicken with It head cut off. I must have tried fully a dozen doctors, but the result was always tho same no bet ter. At tho time of reading of you I was preparing to go to Now York for thn purpose of consulting a specialist. When I Informed my physician' that 1 had decided to glvo up tho New York trip, he told me the first treatment would kill me. 1 went, nevertheless, accom panied by Mr. W. 11. Htecls. of tho Hcdd Jacket Consolidated Coal and Coke Company, ns I was far too weak to ko alone. They diagnosed my case thor oughly, placing hufore me the forces which enabled not only the doctors, but Mr. Hteelo, to see every organ In my ody. il took fourteen treatments of body. 1 took fourteen treatments of feel llko a now man. Money cannot pay for what tho exports did for mo. And 'my family need not meet mo with a hearse." In tho faco of such convincing testl tnoney as tho above, are all you who suffer and refuse to hellovo. going to continue your foolish, stubborn course, when a visit to the Institution will ob tain an examination and diagnosis free of charge. If so, your case Is Indeed hopeless, for all tho help In tho world will be of no avail to those who re fuss to bo helped. Tho force Is a now electric current, the like of no other. Whether you havo a skin disease, trouble with kidneys or liver, catarrh, stomach trouble, paraly sis or deafness, thn result will bo the same. It cleans out all harmful germs and waste tissues and replaces them with healthy, strong blood cells and now tissues. Mr. J. K. Stewart Is loud In his praises, after being relieved of a severe case of stomach trouble. Mrs. A. Oross has been relieved of a severe case of liver trouble. Mrs. Christ Underwood has Just reported that many gull stones wore removed from her after the first treatment. Of Ice hours, 2, i, 9, 12, 7, 8. Rooms 313-317 National Fidelity Ilulldlng, 12th ami Kttrnnm streets. 91 The Record Breaking Sale in History of Our Establishment Begins Saturday Morning at 8:30 $20.00 moat attractive, Coats of tho soason Bursts, novolty cont lnir and Bedford cord; Saturday soiling 'drk fa Prlco , JpiJ.yO 120.00, H7.50 and $15.00 Misses' and Womon's Suits, In tho now Bulgarian and many other styles suits of oxtronio beauty -ma- D Thi.J .u.0, gnu,, B,0rKCB nnd chv't": Kuaranteed Bilk lined. These suits will go quick so came early; special prlco ae a i for Saturday IKH.AS r ,',ott,CBt 8llh arty ftml stroot resHC8 you over saw smart stylos of opongo, ratlno and eharmouso, In n charmlmr lot of now spring shades; special sale prlco Vo Saturday JKK QQ i . 1 imm nnu 'ttocy Sorgo Dresses for rnlssos and womon; soiling prlco Saturday 'n?,"!1 5'!VVomeu,B and Misses Showerproof Silk f; t fh df ?.Wa,,h Dm,8w for nl8e d women J GO BklH?-1 m0dl!8: S0,UnK 1,r,c Saturday.?. . nt K1 VK I womon's Modlum $4.48 $1.48 $2.48 .L ow Sumnor WalstB In tho V squaro and round, full or ?t -length sleeves Saturday Boiling price, Ol7C S5o Undermusllna, consisting of rrlnccss slips combination suits, night gowns and draw ers; Saturday selling Prico iJOC .11.50 Undermuslln. trimmed with embroidery or lace, un usual values; special r o salo prlco OC $2.00 Crape Gowns, beautifully trimod; special sale r r Price I70C 75c Black Satoon Petti- m r coats ftC U'nl.TliI iiii.i.. . iti- Saturday selling prlco, uOC 50c Misses' Medium Weight nib bed Union Suits; spe- clal sal0 prlco dUCiC 25c Children's Hlbbod Pants and Nests; on sale Satur- i r day at IZC $1.00 values I.adios' 18-button Chamois Gloves, In all tho lead ing shades; special a r-. sale prlco 4c)C nRi ,uefl Rules' 18-button Silk Gloves, In black or white colors; your choice re Saturday Ov7C $3.00 and $2.50 Ladles' Trim mod nnd Untrlmmed Hats 1 Bpocial price for Satur- er Jy y5c TAXI BILL ISMARKED PAID Acme Company Sends Receipted Bill to Relief Committee. DRIVERS DONATE THEIR TIME Our of thr Hills I)eml-I tended Is fnr flip Cnr Which Carried the liny to Fort O limb n to Vntlfr 3lnJor llartinnn. 1 Tho Acmo Auto and Taxi Hvery com pany hn rendered a receipted bill to the idler committee for J40 for t service! of thrco automobiles on the night of tho tornado, in rendering the bill It. K. Spencer of the company writes the fol lowing letter: "My drivers havo agreed to donate their time furnished on the night of March 23, and you will therefore please consider this bill paid In full as a donation to the relief fund for tornado victims from Acme Auto and Taxi llv ery and drivers." It won one of these cars that brought Major Hartman from Fort Omaha and got him on the ground by 6:45 In the evening. James McKlnncy. 2S03 Mason street, was the driver who brought the major to the scene of action. Me was rent by a policeman townrd Fort Omaha to overtake If he could the student who wns running out there to report thn calamity. Ho overtook the student ome distance from the fort and carried him to Major Hartman. Tho light were out at the fort as well as elsewhere. Uhe major drew tho student Into tho dim light of a candle and looked him over as he told tho story of tho tornado. Ho Uien ordered the troops out, slipped into his uniform and hopped Into the car. At C;45 McKlnney shut down tho machine at Twenty-fourth and Miami streets to let the major out. 'Way right hero and don't you move until I come back." said the major as he leaped out of the car. That was 6:45 o'clock. At 2 o'clock Monday morning Mrs. Hartman at Fort Omaha answered her telephone. Mr. McKlnney was on tho line. "Whero Is Major Hartmanf" asked McKlnney. Mrs. Hartman Informed him Hint she could not tell, oxcept that the major was somewhere In the tornado district. "Well, he told me to watt for him hero early In tho evening," said tho voice, "and I have been on this spot ever since." He hung up the phone. Shortly after that he decided ho had pluyed "the boy on tho burning deck" long enough and he pulled away with his machine. Ho had stnyed nt his post Just eight hours through tho excitement of that fearful night, when dozens of auto drivers were breaking promises right and loft in order to make big money making special trips. Kor those eight hours the company charged at thn rate of $2, which was $16. Two other automobiles from the same company were used for several doctors If you miss this dress sale you will regret it. The bargains are remarkable (7 THE STORE FOR WOMEN An occasion of unusual importance to women who desire a hew dress combining style, quality and economy Saturday This Store Will Hold a Special Sale of Dresses That's Going to Be the Talk of All Omaha Special because the variety of styles and fabrics to choose from is much larger than is usually offered at such low prices; special be cause every dress was purchased upon the most advantageous terms and is an extraordinary value; special because each one is up to our high standard and made by manu facturers who sell to exclusive specialty stores that cater to the better trade. DRESSES WORTH $10 AND $12.50, $6.75 Included arc 75 lingerie dresses, over 200 French and diagonal serge dresses in all colors and sizes, over 100 pretty silk dresses; there are scores upon scores of clev er styles, over' dress in the lot is actually worth $10 to $12.50, choice Saturday for Dresses Worth $15 to $19.50 on Sale Saturday, $10 This lot includes handsome Channeuse dresses in all colors pretty silk dresses, Bedford Cord dresses, Dia gonal serge dresses, etc. You must see this lot of dresses in order to appre ciate their real values $15 to $19.50 dresses, choice $10 $25.00 TO $30.00 DRESSES ON SALE AT $14.50 Uere are dresses suitable for every occasion; included aro ratine dresses, eponge dresses, silk drosses, Bed ford Cord dresses, etc. these dresses just arrived and every new stylo is rep resented, $25 to $30 values $142 $35.00 TO $45.00 DRESSES ON SALE AT $22.50 Handsome Charmeuse Dresses in all colors, smartly trimmed, Crepe de Meteor and Crepe de Chine dresses suitable for party and evening wear and high class lingerie and voile dresses actual $35.00 to $45.00 values, choice 222 JULIUS ORKIN, Cloak and Suit House during the night. This bltl amounted to H. maklnB a total of W, which is can celled by tho company. Tho Persistent and Judicious Newsapper Advertising Is tho liuslncss Success. Use Road By MELLIFIOIA. Friday, April 18, 1913. T WAS In tho wind that n cortatn young woman of Omaha became cn T import whlln nun was vlsltinjc Milwaukoe recently, and 1 accordingly c nlled her up regarding tho announcement. "Which one, pleaee?" camo an earnest Inquiry. m,., nn t nnnwnrpri. "that was recently visiting hero from , f 1 1 J bUU - - , Mllwnnkpn." "Mnrnv mo! that doesn't give mo any particular clue." she answered. rather perplexed. "You bco thoro have been six different oneB from MU- waukoo." "Hut Buroly you must know tho one I refer to," I answered. However, Bho was very much a woman and wasn't qulto sure. And so It follows that-thoro 1b qulto n, lot of 'complexltp among hor friends regarding Just whom tho flanco Is. Great Bargains in Men's and Boys' Department iiJiftdea. Salurtljiv t.iiln.. da.UH 1 cap. KaturUuv r-n aliadea, Saturday nelllnr 0fl30 H. w lal" oaiurUuy rn iihvv juna an wool lllue 8 run or ' ii ki ; . . v v u rancy mUtur. rsied, fancy mXLI ylt ,laln almurc your Uiotca An t a I luVL) ",r,Pe or fivunM roi- on Saturday . . . .S8.74 S?1?,!,1"?- c,,nUv Haturd.jr . 89C tStQ Jten-a TroUM. ! blue "r 11 'U , " l!Si' Plqln anu ail Hie latest shades ft n mn , '"" ifrueu wm - . - Mwuma Willi IKJIl ' traps and side buckles. At n a I on special sala t it.-i , aturday. to or l- selct I wo Men's Troupers, a snlen.ll.l valuoa for Saturday's 890 tl.00 Hoys' Ion pants Cl at DIG IJ.50 Men's odd uuiu, fancy tntx. turea and blue serta, for I QQ Saturday (9 I 9 0 J! 50 Men's dresa hats In thla sea sun's shades and aiuipoa, A I nn your choice Saturday ..wliOs $i00 Men's Derbya in all shades, taka your choice rn. Saturday DUO 40c Men'ji mad Tounic Men's in. senc oopo. Saturday luG 59c ..19c 9c from, on wl0 your ciioirn " M'ii'," Pini'i ur fancy " ' ash Ties . . . i.yu aien s summer welirht tTninn iJJ. .t lZnK T hort sleeres. ankle prtfik. K".,urday " "ell,n,c 59c 50c Men's' JUblied I'nde'rWear.' In all the shades, for Saturday, OAt your choir oC 50c Suspenders aso 50c Belts asc "5o Helta 35o 53.00 Men's Dress or el JO Work Shirts v,40 13 so Men's Goodyear Well Hluclif or button Shoes, on sale CI HQ Saturday . liMO rmr' with her dauchter. Mrs. CJeorBe V. Doekhoff. On her way home she visited her daughter. Mrs. B. K. Fletcher, at Indlanupolls, lnd. Vot Mnv Bride. Mlaa Mabel Kckman entertained at lirldBe lat evenlnic In honor of Miss, Freda Baumgarton, a May bride. nun M . Alexander Pickens of and irreen, thn colors for tho wedding, jIftstingB wt)0 havo been spending the were used wroUKn guests wore: Mesdnmea ,1 M. Henry, M, i.ush. C. Hrogonler, l ied itiiuer. J. V. Itussell. K. M. Kckman. Misses Vreda BaumBartdH Olga Madsen. Annette unerry, Irene Tnomas. Oeorgla Howe, Lena Keuogg, l.orctta Knobs, tho rooms. Tho Mesdames 1. L. Vftnsnnt, Fred lttckard, Will Horrold. Henry Ieternn. P. C. Henry. Misses Udlth Kwlng. Mabel Henry, Anna Robinson, Clnlra Rarnum, Myrtle Taylor, Minnlo Hans. Mabel Eckman. winter In Los Angeles, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. W. J. Hynes. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Burgess, who havo been spondtng a fortnight In Sun Francisco, havo returned to Ixjs Angeles and expect to return homo about the first of May. Afternoon Card Party. Mrs. n. T. McOmtlt entertained Thurs day afternoon at cards In honor of Mrs. I W rHerry. Thn guests were: Mesdntnes- nW'iVfZ, Ira Mynster. Will Crlchton, Joe Mulvlhlll. J. Cnriienrter, J, W. Wagcn. Will Kenny. Kntherlne Anderson. Kingston. U 8. Wolfe. Humphrey. 1, W. Sperry, Mlu Nettle Nace Bridge and Shower. Mlaa Irene Lucas entertained at bridge. followed by a kitchen shower Wednesday afternoon tn honor of Mien Fy -jnorne. The gucots were: Misses Misses lnei Bloom. Alice Huntley, Kay Thome. May Greene, Until Klsher. Kdlth I-ase, Mcsdames Mesdames J B. Hootl, 1. M, Elaon. H H Hmlth. Jesse Hogera. 1'aul Havens. J. O. HmlthwlcK. Lcroy Ollleaple. At T. Cajacob. J.lmer McManus, W. W. Clnl) Meets. The W. W. club was entertained by Mrs. W 8. Hampton" Wednesday after noon. The usual interesting social nuur was enjoyed and refreshments were m'Ml. Mrs. Charles Brewster. S0JS Kowler avenue, will entertain the club April . Operating Kipciisc at 12th and Farnani are not much, that is why we can save you SO. S. E. Cor. 12th and Farnam Sts. S. E. Cor. 12th and Farnam Sts. T Charming Now Millinen for Spring and Summer wear is now being shown at our now shop nt popular prices. lie sure you get tho right location. SUITE FOUR WEAD BUILDING OOR. 18TH AND FARNAM. Mrs. S. Richards Dancing Club. The Tom Moore club will give 1U- nevxt private dancing party at the Kew Arm bruit hall. Twenty-fourth and Vin ton streets, Monday evening, April ZL In and Out of the Bee Hive. Mrs. T. J. Slaokay and Mrs. H. 1 Txv max of California, formerly of Omaha, have returned from a visit In Chicago. Mrs. Victor Cofftnan and Miss Rosa Ooffman. whoee home was destroyed by i the tornado, expect to take an apartment at the Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Joeenh Burns returned home today from Louisville, Ky where 1 they spent the winter with their daugh ' ter. Mrs. J. 1 Oodfrey I Mrs. S. V. ltoblnson returned home this week from New York. N v.. where she , haa been Yleliiaj elnce the ilrat at JTdN GOVERNMENT AIDS IN RELIEF Colonel Baxter Has Government Teams Hauling Supplies. ARMY GOODS REQUISITIONED torite Nnmlii'r of lllnnketM Art- 1s- aueil to Sufferer Tent Are Ordered mill Other Aid Is (ilvcn. Lieutenant Colonel John li Baxter, In charge of the quartornuistcr's department of the army nt Omaha, has been giving good service In the relief work In the way of furnishing tho government's means of transportation and other facilities for handling tho supplies In tho relief work. He has worked from two to three govern ment teams and wagons In the relief work throughout most of the time. Colo nel Baxtor took nn active part In the relief work following the flood nt Gnl veston, Tex., several years ago, and like Major Hartman. who wns in the relief work nt San Francisco. Is experienced In this lino of work. Throughout the relief work In Omaha the regular army troops were fed and cared for by the federal government Just 03 they would havo been If they had re mained at Fort Omaha. Thus the federal troops have been no expense to Omaha or tho state, asldo from tho expense In curred for automobile hire for Mnjor Hartman. Besides this. Major Hartman put In a 1.600 of which were Issued to persons In ( the storm-swept district. They are worth $2. S3 apiece and this represents $1,621. ! F"our hundred tents were also ordered from St. Louis by tho army. Only a small number of these were ever Issued to tho sufferers, however, as most of the people hod been housed before the ' tents nrrlved. Most of the tents will I likely be returned to army headquarters. They are worth JH.Wj apiece. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD CARES FOR ITS MEMBERS The Woodmen of tho World have been doing relief work among their members since tho evening of the tornado. John I Kennedy was placed In charge of the Woodmen of the World relief committee on the second floor of the Woodmen of the World building. Up to date something over fc!,100 has eomo Into tho relief fund at that place from the various camps In Omaha and South Omaha. They have not yet all reported, although all ore raising a fund. There are fifteen camps of the order In Omaha and South Omaha. A Card. This is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money if Foley's Honey and Tar Compound falls to cure your cough or cold. John Bernet, Tell, Wis., states: "I used Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for five years, and It always gives the best satisfaction and always cures a cough or cold." Refuse substitutes. For sale by all dealers everywhere. Advertisement. I A liber- al saving on v o u r new spring lint can be made by taking advantage of our $5 hat offer Sat urday. Saturday is $5 Hat Day Hats that we have been selling up to ipro will be placed on sale OriA Tlnv HnlTr nt CK .aLW . " . t flr I 111 r en. Jjon-t miss This Jr " . Chance. lcu,llu." U1U largest in um aha nnd comprises all the new spring creations. Fancies Bulgarian ribbons, ostrich feathers are the trimmings. Millinery of Unusual Style at Exceptional Prices Our stock is replete with tho new polks, small, chick hats, and derbys in fact all the newest and latest creations of the season. You'll be sui-e to find the hat you nre looking for here Saturday, at POPULAR PRICES. MRS. A. E. HOGAN 236 State Bank Bldg. MISS BUTLER Cut Price Milliner 1512 Douglas St. I They Hold Their Shape One of the Many Points of Excellence in our High Grade Footwear for Women. Time is the test that brings out tho sterling qualities of the Spring Foot wear that you buy at this store. Fhe stylo lasts as lone as vou wear them, a claim that can be made but for few pumps and colonials sold today; all ma terials and leathers. Priced from Ax I lb, ' v You ought to bo in Fry's Shoes. $3.50 up 'HOE-CG. IS !&. DOUGLAS. Charming Effects in STREET?"! DRESS the right From the highest to lowest priced hats, style is assured there's no tiresome sameness in dur hats. Tho very newest shapes and trimmings favored thiB season are shown in the most original and becoming trimmed models, espe cially in the medium sized hats, trimmed with ostrich plumes and flowers, in every now color. See them Saturday; prices range from $5.00, $10.00 AND UP J. Weinlander Successor to Weinlander & Smith, 317 South 16th Street. Ir Stops Falling Hair Ilall's Hair Renewer certainly sxops falling hair. No doubt about it wnat gver. You will surely be satisfied. TWENTIETH CENTUIIV FAR5IEB A Great Farm Journal OMAHA. KCB.