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fUli OMAHA BKE: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31. !'..
Hail Labor Body
of Living Wajrc
I'lan for Determining Pay of
Hallway M'oiLer Altai kcil
ty Mcmher of lf. S.
rhMgn. , f 30 il'.y A. P I Al
tai kit. g 't th'i'iy nt "i Jin living
uh"" in a ln, ii for determining il"'
wage of lailroad woikerx, tn puli'
V.r and rallioad group t the lulled
Mat' Ibiiboad labor taw id. In iiri
l'lltll"tl totlde plll'lll! tint' lllilllt, dc
land u h a course, "If mi l In! to
In oiml conohirilon, would wrei k
, very ) tttironr) In the I nil'"! ri'at.-
and. If extended to ilhcr Indit'drlcs,
would carry theni lulu rouimuiilHtlc
Tli opinion. In the f"ttii of re
Joinder " it diesetilliig opinion fll"d
l'V A. 'I, Wharton, ln'xir lii'liibiT, In
1 h iint doi ixiou Increasing the pay
nt maintenance of way employes 2
tents mi Lour, declared that If em
ploye oie granted a Tl to Tic-nt
m tri Imiiiii wage for loiniuon labor,
with rotr-xponitlng differentials for
other lasses, im lin r'Ti 'f 135.7 mt
cent In the natlon'a railroad wage
till would be iim eaxai y. This, lhi
opinion hi M, Houi'i iom n,in,a:..' jw
to Ihii siiininl payroll, bringing It to
."i,Sx:M4".:i!i.'l, whah woild menu, II
added, mi annual l flolt lo I he , te
llers of j:,21I,3ff.5U.
Kven If the 41 ifiil minimum wage
requested by ma iitciinnti: of way
worker were grant J mid eorre
pondwg differential were tnmlo for
other cbiso i f employi , the opinion
said, (in ,iii iiii"o of In io per rent In
Wages WOllld be ticcesanrv, adding H.
31!l.3:0,r.t4 to (hi- uniiii.ii wage hill of
the road", bringing It up In t-t.725.KN 4..
fi4'l, Unix forcing tlm carrier lo fuea
an annuiil deficit of f ;i7x.7l),l23.
Tim phrase "11 I rice wage," was
termed In the opinion a "it hit of
mellifluous phraseology, well onlculnt
el to deceit the unthinking." If
the contention were Unit the board
ehnuld ixliihllah h "II vtnif wngn" tlm
majority woiilil ninllly airi-iln to tint
propomtlon, thr opinion wild. "Ami
t a imiitrr of fui t, thn hounl In thlH
Inxt.-inrp, tin In all ith-ra, him gruiilH
u HvlriK . lint thn (ihHtno t ilii
H thlnif lalh-'l "tht llvlinf wiiKe,"
i (infi-am illy hiix'il upon u tnuhwhlft
Mini a Kiii-xx. run n i it rn ilVH ItiH wini'
tlon of thin tt'iii id, Iiit.'iiixi" it notilil
Im ntlfily ImpriM'il' :il uml wonlil not
) "Jiixt and irMKimnblr." a tho hir
ili um mix.
Mr. WliHrton'a dlHHcni inif opinion
anil I Im mippni'tinif opinion in rrply
am hUmcIuhJ to tlm formal elcWxlon
Inrrrnalng the pay of tnalnlcniinro of
way finploypK 2 "nl nn hour, cxiab
halting a inlnlniiiiii raiiKlnK from V
lo S7 nnl. Tlm I'nlti-il lirolhorhooil
nf Malnlcniin'o of Way Kinployi-x ami
rtalluay Khnp l.iilioirx ht-ld u xlnkc or
der affprling 400,000 iiipii in aheyiinre
liixt July, ufler th lioiinl hail re
duced wugea pendlna- a, rcipit-xt for
an ini'iiaxfi baaed on thn contention
that thn rfXlH of living had uilvnnred
nd wuk in other induatrlaa hail been
Wlit-n the caa ciinin bifora the
tioard, thn malntenanre of way of
firlala axkwl tho board to gubmTlbe.
lo tha pilnriple of the "living waKO,"
Imwil on a hiirlKet of what wn re
quired for an HvrraKe family of five
pi-raon to live In health and rcaaoti
liarikruplcy Suit Filed
Against Clothing Store
Involuntary bankruptcy unit iiK-ilnxt
the Kmporlum was tiled In fed
eral court by three New York
lrei houaea, l.oula and Carl Slern,
I llman Jetiexll und Kam F. Wylie,
reprcBentlng clalina of I.nreni! Krlcd
man and Sihulhoff. Liabilities are
t30,0)u, petlljonlnif creditors afxert.
Idt ntity of Aepliyxialion
Virtim Yet fncetalilihlied
Police up lo noon Monday had been
unuble to establish identity of the
nan found dead from axphyxiution
In the Main hotel Hunday nlKht. The
Ixxty, on which wan found a cap pur.
rhaxed from tho Klynn clothing atore
In South Omaha, wax turned over to
the V, J. Stack Co. morgue.
Kansas City Youth Sought
by Police at Father's Rcqueet
i'leo ll.iwkinx, 17, and red heinled.
ran away front hix home In Kaiixna
t'ity and In believed to Imj on Ilia way
to Oman. i, according to a mexxana
from hla faihcr. Snnford Ilawktna,
who haa reiincxled Ouialiit police to
Slar-lit'd liy lltixiiautl
Mia. lietta Axkew, 7".1 I'lcne xtieet,
wax xeverely cut ulmut the fan' by her
hlixlinnd NiiihI iv l i I k t t . Mm Wax tit
tended by police aprgiMiiia unit t iken
to her home. Iter tttiaUnml could Hot
. ixlil I'll er ''a
kiniia Iterinkere lue Ik
MeaderlMl I1UI 1 keg
tf ju ena tf ttinxa nf Hvi.
!)U)i!irf tth D t-t-lt
liltKM ut Itcbllig, HrJl-'. Vlw
fitftf J 1 Sj-v, ".! !
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Former Omahans Start
Flivver Tour of Europe
I 111: ' , .
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Off for Itoter, tut tt-r ami all, K'. ami Mr. (, . MrCaaltlll are
ulinun here leatlug for 1-oniiun mi the firxt Ii u of t hi ir auto lour of hurope.
liy HKY. C. W. M'( ASKIf.l,,
I'anliir iff Hie Mellioilut rlinri-h if final.
Iiic, .Sell . unit former pitl'r f Hmmimn
I'Mrk MeftiiHlM rliurrh In Omiilm, hImi I
miiw tiitoliif Kin-ope. Ilil In the tlilril iif
M-rie ir Miirir lie nwa wrltlen fir llie
Tlm aiiiii'iii r-aaon for aioppltnt ; I.enbiim, Kent, our utii-nllon wua at
lit Iiiidon on our oumanl trip wna ' irrtcii-il to an itimu nxe wlillv i roxn,
for (hn piinhiixe of our car and the
i uilii of our Irlpllque and Inter-
national Ixa, Thin reiiilied aever.il villntre It Imerjine more and more dla-''"V-
I (lin t and iilinont nwi-lnxplrliiK, When
Kit nl of all aa I ho piirihaau of our j wo riinMed I he vlllnicii wn aloppid and
Kurd roupn, Aa Ihero Wax no cur in
etot k the dealer had to teleKra.h to
Muni healer and hai on driven to
Then here were riiit, a few
-hatiK"a to bi inado on It In-fore
elarllnif. In older Unit in lit Id
have all the xpaip.ln the rear for
our batt!ii,;i I liad the oil lank re
moved lid on auto vacuum tank In
atiilled, ThlH plaeed the oil lank at
the rear and that meant we had to
find a new place to carry the extra,
tire. We llnally devlxed a way to
carry It on the left aldn mid xllll
leave room for the door to open.
Next I had a rubber pad and nn-lal
atrapholdeiH placed nn the hark of
the car xo that we could at rap on
and furry our little army trunk, The
rear lamp had to bo fixed ao that It
could be xhlfted enxily from one aide
to the other, ax aomo counlrlea re
o,ulr the light on one aide and aomo
on the olher.
Then before T could get my trip
tkiuii or Internalloniil jiaxa or lnxur
once on tho car I niiiat have tbo en
gine number, car number, licciw
number, etc., hence had to get my
driver' lnenxe, pay one, month' tux
on the car, get ell of these paper
filled out correctly nnd return them
to thn Automobile nxxoelallon.
Then, worat of nil, I had lo go
through a driver' teat, tine of the
men got In to the car with mn and I
hud to drive around two or three
hlockx, right In the heart of thn city,
the huxlext atreet, tilled with trutfle
nf every kind. When you know that
I had never driven even a Ford more
than a dozen time and that moatly
on country road, and that In London
nil truffle goea to the left Instead of
to tho right, you can know how T
sweat blood. Hut by luck or through
the help of Providence, I got through
without wrecking my car or running
Into anyone and finally I landed back
In front of thn Auto aaKOciution door
and aoon received a (dip of paper read
ing: "Thl la to certify that C. W.
McC'naklll haa been examined nnd
found to be competent to drive a mo
tor car." I hope he'll lie forgiven
and will get n extra, reward In the
Car Coal $!,lfil.
The car, with nil equipments and
extras, cost mo tl,KI..1J. The tax
and driver's license for Kngland cost
$10.15. The triptliiue and Internal Ion
nl pass coxt t(!fi3. however, this will be
returned to me next spring when we
get back to Kngland. Insurance on
the car for one year, insuring myself
and wife, the car, all other cars and
properly and persons, waa $!H.S3.
Home of you may wonder if It
would not have been cheaper to buy
a car In America nnd ship It over.
No, I tlgured It out carefully. When
you buy a car in America, pay over
$300 to have It boxed and shipped
and then pay the duty In Kngland,
the cost la even more than the cost
of the car In Kngland.
I was peimitted to Join the Auto
mobile association nnd already It
help has more than compensated for
the cost. Without any extra charge
It haa given us In minute outline the
most Intcrextlnaj route Uirouch
Fruace and Italy, showing beat roads,
places of historic Interest, etc.
Next spring nx we return tlirntiuh I
Italy. Switzerland, th rnianv, Pel-j
glum, Holland, etc.it twll send ux j
i:p lo-dxte information and lest routes '
throiuh three ountiu.
r very One Sered ilH Ten. j
One nioriilng about TO wlnn I was
In the Kord office I saw a man coin -
; mg down txlrx with a lmee triv fill
U-l With cup. He went alxitlt the of
j fic and an a cut to rarti p. rxon.
Kvervbodv xioS'pel armk-atmogiatdi-
era, UM-Kket-p, i x. smI. -ooen, wnkn.it!,
I rm-tl iii ii i' r en I all Ti .-r !,it
I fl alaildtiig k it ii"H Hut f if l-
c ;ioih s oi no all xirped II.' .r t-1.
Th y I'll in tl it tli in lie l-i . l
un.teiMil it.-' o-i Itti. .it.li , r.--,!n. l
In tho i.,. lie it !. li.ete.ti,,- a I in
tha i ., li t f t- nf-. ri..i t- t
l d It . t, t a I, H a t -M r'.Wa
tout aj to the ,!- oi. it eft ra ih(t
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tbiit far. Oniiliit hniiaea everywhere,
Tln-y rail tli'in viilna.
And the flower! Kveiy where flow
em, tini-tun of flownx, people carry-
l ,n( fiMU,..
I ll"v. .
noma (iiaiamn neroio wn I ( at n"l
.over on u blllxido hoiiki two or three
tnlli uii, An n iippioai hcd the
inquired nbout It. Wu were Informed
that It w.ia a memorial lo the aoldler
hoya of their town who hud been
I killed ilurliiK tho war. The earth laid
j been dint away down to the while
chalk nk, Inivln II expoxed, and
i,iim foinilmt the whim croxx. It la
VM feet Iouk by HO feet wide, ami haa
a larnii Ki.iiiile bouldir at the foot
wUh I he n.uiiea of the dead aoldler
Inx- ilbed upon it, It can be m-rii for
im lea uml la one of tho moat Imprea
elve memorliila I have aeen miywrmre.
Atier it good nlKbt'a rext ut the
H wan J nn, we were up early mid on
our way to Ijover. The cur purred like
h l-ilten a x wo Klided iiIouk thoxo won-
"(iood Angel" Appears,
Just a we reached the most diffi
cult ,p!uce In the narrow crooked
streets of Hover, blocked on every
side by railroad trains, street car and
Innumerable vehicle, and worried to
Oath for fear our bout would go be
fore we could get to II, here came a
sunny faced smiling man with an AA
liudgn on, nuked If my name were
Mct'asklll, and then said for us to get
out, go get ourselvca some lunch, look
around at thn sights, nnd he would
take cure of our car, our baggage, our
j pusaporls and everything. What ft
If ever n good fitigel appeared Just
at. the right moment, lie wa one. At
the appointed time we were on our
lit ( lo bout, tfie AA man hud our tick
et and papers nil fixed out, the car
aboard, nnd everything all O, K.
We hud rather dreaded the ride
across lo Talal, we had heard o
muny slorlea of (he rough chnnel.
Again we were delightfully eurprlsed;
The rldo waa quite calm and no one
thought of being seasick. In about an
hour, without gelling out of sight of
land, we steamed Into Calais harbor,
and for the first time landed anionic
peop'e whoso language we could not
understand nnd who could not under
Federal Court Will
Try Thomas Flinn
On the ground that be "mn and
still la a government officer," the case
of Thomas N. Fllnn, prohibition In
former who killed John Salerno, waa
removed to federal court lale yester
day, by order of Federal Judge Wood
rough. Fllnn' attorney, A. S. Ritchie,
made Application for the removal
Tlm petition and removal order
deslgnato Flinn an "agent of the
collector of Internal revenue." No
mention is mado of his connection
with the oftlce of I". S. Uohrer, pro
Flinn was procuring evidence for
tho government in its effort to utv
press the t rattle in intoxicating liquor
when he killed John Salerno in self
defense, tho petition set forth.
This Will Ward Off
And Break Up Colds
Joit taaipaeaM al Dr. CalJwtll'i
S.'raa Ppna raaavai laa aatiliaa
'plli'twn niliiientx lli.tl fmiplrt
1 gem-rally rcg.trd ai of lite lea.tt
iuiirl.tiu e tire in realit y the cause
t f nue-t kcrioux illiteuc and of
tlto jjrcttc!t .ro'irtin f tleath-t.
1 hey are cmxl
uiti..ii ami ttitiH
nioii ti.,x. Many
tl xtorx now
li. se l lint I'oldx,
..nilili, a (.an h
id Itlal.Ulft Will
rS-Cr.irf roit.iiiMti.ia 1-e-
I he f t. I r nwuu
thil .-u a. 1,1 -iti hive ,.a, sitl..
( lit -'lttlisiti II, tbt . graefivl
nltaCrte II Ilia tlf f l-l
at'.t-l e i.li U k Hit )..
.il.l-ll, imi ti-iill t at-b t!4
in He u,t,f tl ) l ' ritA
(l'.l. "I t. . f4n lit t.-kl ft. .IS f
r.iM ne, r- (til
( !, .It- k ( '.f t-i li(!uri
tl' r tl.. 1 -T ll-a Iuw4t.4,
111.- ( . I out, llw tx-U ai.
, u 1 .1 . .4 I. ,l.tr ,i ,J!t
if t..t iti t (i ft ta Hm
tiii'-xti.l 4i t4 t.-awiii u -a,
t-i tttl. IS .il t-aiulllif
lU l.m tra-tt Uttt
kit 4j K ftiJU tti I x.
, aiJVJLi.3'T K.r J
Lines Ordered to
Return Box Cars
Action Folloui imiliir Call
1 x I led to Komi F.at of
(ihimpo ami St. I.oni
l.axl Wi tl.
Washington, Oct. 30 The car ser
vice division of the American Hallway
association, In an order Just IsaiKd,
loan urted railroad companies in the
northwest, central western and south
western dlxtrlcta to return at once,
boxcars which arc now on their line
but which belong to eastern roads.
These cur are ro be loaded and aeut
east as rapidly a possible.
The order follow a similar on la-
sued curly last week by which road
altuated east of Chicago, Peoria, and
St. Louis were Instructed to aeud writ
Immediately, all boxcar belonging; to
western; louil In order to enable til
road In (he western agricultural
lute to meet tha car shortage that
exist In that part of the country, th
boxcar of western carrier lielng built
especially to transport grain,
I nner lb order Just issued relative
ly to the return of eastern owned box
cars, the western carrier are told to
confine the loading- of grain, flour and
other food product to boxcar fit for
that class of (ruffle and to discontinue
using locally In station In station ser
vice, boxi.Hia belonging to eastern
roads. Hin lt boxcar are (o be loaded
and lent to home line or to terminal
market where they will become avail
able for eastern loading of grain, flour
and other food products.
Kandall Support Increasing,
Says C 0. P. Candidate
for Attorney General.
O. K. Kplllnittn of Pierce, Neb,, re
publican candidate for attorney gen
eral, wa In Omaha yesterday to visit
A. J. Weaver, who I dangerously III
at St. Joseph hospital. Mr, Bplllman
spoke with Hecretnry of Agriculture
Wallace, on hi visit In the state, at
Seward and Grand laland.
Jlo will addres a women' meeting
at Norfolk, Tuesday, and Wednesday
will speak with C. If. Itundall at Hea
trice, U i trying to arrange hi
date to be in Omaha Thursday, when
Senator (ieorge W. Norrl speak at
tho Auditorium, While In Omaha he
met G. W. Marsh, republican candl
dute for tate auditor.
"I have been over most of tho state
speaking with Howell, Charle II.
Uandull and Charle A. Handull," ald
Mr. Splllmun, "and am confident of
tho auccesa of the united republican
ticket. "Governor" Randall i gaining;
new support every day. He i a man
that wear well. The more you know
him the better you Ilka him. Hla
campaign la one of fact and the vot
er feel that he I dependable."
Do You Measure Man With ft Gold
Too many persons make their es
timate of a man from the gtandpolnt
of hla income.
Tho man with the mall ipcome 1
looked upon a a falhire, and' tha man
of considerable Income is considered a
You never ask a man with money
Just how he accumulated it you do
The fact that he seems to have a
sufficiency la all that you pay atten
tion to, he buys and pay and travel
and looks money and you accept him.
Hut tho man of sterling worth, not
an extensive money maker, ha to cut
and choose and economize. Some way
he does not interest you.
Is money any test of purity of char
acter? Is money a test of soul cleanliness?
Do you prefer a relentless, unscrup
ulous, Beml-respectable money maker
to an honest though plain soul"
The Honest Johns don't aland much
show in thl world unless they have
something besides to commend them.
All wealthy men are not dishonest,
but do we give as much credit to the
clean, worthy fellow who deserves
your respect and courteous treatment
an to the rich man?
(Coiiynsht, ltj! )
ANT FAMILY MAT TIT IT FREE
rsmiaanfl ut partnli ara atautf
tkrmmt!. ' U aafw tnn I find a truit-k-urlAv
laeattM fAul anyuna tit th
tiiiiir eu ua t, Ktn ruiuli.iW"
I u'-ja .am to Irv tVvru i'njuim,
f mlf aWty amatiiv ft ftSfeui fr
eenfsa axtt, awttwtai't fur a aeauala
-. Itrita im ttSrra fct k it.
4AM ir. H'. H. CalArrl'. Hi
Mtinthm SI., Mmli.l. MlMl.
At lit firxt alk-n t f told, at lite
hist few ftartiing alter n-x, take
tea,a,iu'u (,f ,Srnp l'i nt and
the mtiKca ti -ii will l gone in a
f- h-tor. Ikia t aait until the
c4, baa grip on vm. Mr.
Ib-nry lra. Jr., t4! Il.rtcler,
Y i., tuml iliillx-rn tu. in
pt.t thai . it, Mia, Alt.
"ibl-fry t4 llnaaeU. f'lU.. Um
it . lie. Urly f ar all the entail ill
i ( h- f, iuitlj.au h aa.4t-ttwUn,
ttitHutw, bra I. Ux tiKilitew,
and I't t raxak i( ltrr and tuKla,
(ir C!.UrH . S.ntki iVUa U
a k-tttl ail; Ivauumd um.
.-OU-l 1 41 l4ttta ftrUM 'lW
I ! uanl Iftxtittftt aroMulk. It H
'-i la git I t luf.au, at ft'l
i !l lim Lie tl, wiut fHt !)
rr4 .i (4-1 rn"l - a t,t .aav
k4 ate -.If Irv lra- aJ 4 . 1
nu 'fiaV Aa tli-mi.l at 01
au Jy yuo. aa-i liul ! M W-4
IkftB i uVm
w ' - ' tt-v
Thousand to Attend
More than l.lii) Nebraska postal
employe will be in Omaha November
13 to attend the postal conference, ar
ranged by Postmaster Chut b-H K,
Mliiik, Ir. Hubert Work and John
II. Iliiitlett, postmaster general, and
hi first assistant, lire to sprnk.
Cuilallment of service on Hint day
has been srrnnged In order til permit
sa many employe sx possible lo meet
their chief. Clerk, both rural and
urban carrier and railway mall
i li.u k will be Included. Large user
of mull order house also have Iwen
Invited to send representatives, In
order to clarify postal problems. On
thousand employes attended the Port
land i Me.) conference, and Z.Oafl the
S mouse (N. Y.) meeting.
The Scottish fill cathedral una
elected for the hs-ul meeting place.
A luncheon will be held at the Clinm
her of Commerce.
Thief Is Hampant
in Omaha School
Mitt Helle Kyan, Aietant Su
perintendent, Askft Aid of
A well diessed, slick flugei ed pick
pocket I at work In the Omuba pub
lic school, according to Mis Helle
flyun, assistant superintendent, who
apitealrd to Omaha, police to assign
detective to hunt for him.
Ho ha been active at Vinton, Long,
Ciistillur, and Hanrroft schools, she
reported, stealing purse from teach
eis and lyrinclpals. He waa espe
cially active lust Thursday and Fri
day, alio reported, and asked police to
make a rigid search In view of the
fact that tomorrow la banking day
when pupils bring money to school to
be deposited to their account in
Mary Austin, teacher at Bancroft
school, reported the theft of $3 and
a valuable watch,
L EWaterman Company, NewYork
Selection and Service at Beit Dealen the World Over
for over 30 years
Ounces for gQ
Use Its of
than of higher
Th government utcU
million! cf poviruU
I -at Va,
Keports of State
Meeting Are Made
to Woman's Club
President of Organization
Talk on Thenif of Con
ference Held Fast Week
at .North Platte.
At meeting of the Omaha Wo
man' club Momluy afternoon In the
llutgesx Nash auditorium brief re
port of the state convention of the
Nebraska Federation of Women
h'lubs held In North Platte last week
were given by the president, Mrs,
Charle Johannes: Mis. F.. S. Nichol
son, president of Second district; Mr.
J. L'. Goodrich, Mr. J. J. lies and
Mr. W. F. Hellish.
The ImiHirtiiiice of women' wink
vim the them of the conference, ac
cording to Mr. Johannes. Prominent
among the apeaker were Mr. Wal
la ca Perham of Glendlve, Mont , e,c
nnd vice president uf the general fed
ration; Pr, Carotin Hodger of Chi
cago, Mr. John ffeed of Oenver, fir.
L'dgar H. Penney of Fullerton, presi
dent of the alula federation: Mr.
Janie T. Lee, Lincoln, stale vice
president: Mrs. Morey of Hustings
general federation chairman of Una
art glide: Mis K. ltuth Pyrtle, Lin
coln, candidate for slitl upeilnlen
dent of public, education,
Mr. F. II. Cole, chairman of the
durational committee urged tho wo
men 10 give careful consideration to
the candidates for the school hoard
and vote for tho six candidate whom
they believed would best serve theirt
in the education of tlitiir children, (is
well a the building proposition.
Following the business session a
program wn given by the civil ser
vice reform committee, under direc
tion 'of Mis. John Mullen, chairman,
who read a pa per on "Women in Civil
Service.", Mrs. Hester Ilronxon Cop
per spoke on "Publicity," vocal selec-
r'ur (nlilx. t.rlp nr Infliirats.
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f tlona vine given by Mix Isabella
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C .It 1 1 V II f HIIil I'li.OU iiniiiin-in -t
Ann Parker, who Included an origi
nal coniHisltioii In her giKUp.
The houso aast licnie commute will
give the Itrst of tt serle of bridge
luncheons at Hie lOackstona hotl
Nuvemlwr 2. 'or the hencflt of the
club house fund. Mis. John It. Gul
den will have i barge of the affulr.
At the invitation of the Papilllon
Woman's club the niinual meeting of
the Second district of the Ntbiuskn
Federation will be held III the new
courthouse In Pupllllou next spring.
Cen. Duncan Foxes Watch.
Hlig. Gen. G. H. Punctn, ruin
mandiint of the Scwnlh army corps
area, repnred lo police yesterday the
loss of a watch besting a fob Willi the
crest of thn I'nlled State military
academy attached, laxt Friday. Gen
erul Itutican lives at the Hlackstone
hotel Ha valued the watch and fob
HAT DARKENS YOUR
Kvary horn would be lighter and
brighter If all woodwork and enameled
surfaces were constantly kept free from
tho smoky, greasy It I in thai acciimulatea
under the best of conditions. A cleans
ing preparation which will dissolve
grease instantly, yet leave the lustre of
lb enamel unharmed Is a godsend to
any home. Hundreds of home Had In
Linn a cleanser Hint fill II 1 la require
ment perfectly, Linn has no soupy
ortnr only a pleasant lemon rragrance
that niakee Ha use In Hie linnie agree
able, as well as efficient. Linn cleans
enameled surface at a stroke contain
no grit to scrstch or miir, F.very good
grocer sell Linn under a money buck
guarantee of snllsfaetlnn. Iluv on
IMV'kage- then be Ui Judge.
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The OriRlna! Food Hrlnk lor Alt Arc.
Quick Lunch at Home .Ofttce at Fountain.
RichMtlk, MaltedUrain Extract io Tow
derfc Tablet forma. Nourlihlng-Noeoeklna.
IVAToid Imitations and Substitute
Remember that i f
last House Clean- rj
ina and how U vJritAf
vour back ached f I A
lone before vou
Always, there m 1
from those aches
and pain in
Juat say rten-CBy ut nr drug "'
and the clerk will know you vnt
(he famou I'rench Daume.
P.ub wall ll.a hack and alilng minrlo with
lln-Y and Ilia nl morion you will a
up-limbar aa a cai. Kce() a luba handr.
Thoa. Uemiog 4i Co N. Amer. Agmoi
Constant Itching Almost
W knew there Is ens thing that,
tips enteral, and that la more red-blood-reilal
H. B. ft. builds them br
the mllllunl Tou can Inereaxe yont
red-blood ceils to tbe point where It
I practically impossible fur ecieaii to
etlst. W knew that I Mend-cells
laereoae In Diiialier, blend Impurities
vaiilahl Wi also know that nlglit f'"-
laws day. Jtoth are facta! Kilt bare ynu,
eczema sufferers, ever actually Uken
advantage of this wonderful fart?
Thousands Just like ymi have ncier
thought about HI Hkin rrnptlnna,
enema with all its fiery, skin OlgKlng
torture and its soul teartnir, nnrearh
ahle Itching, pimples, blackbends and
bo ill, tbey all pack op and go, whea
the tide of hlood-rells begins to roll
In! Klood-eells are the flghtlnft -giant si
of nature 1 H. H. S. builds tlicm by the
million I It has been doing It aln
K'lit 8. 8. H. la one nf tho greater
blood cell builders, blood cleansers
and body builder known to us mor
tals! When you put these fart to
gether, then to continue to have erse
nia and skin eruptions looks more Ilk
sin than a disease. Mrs. Arthur N.
Smith, Pearl Mt., Newark, Ohio, writes:
"fy ft'tfia pirl hud a very bod rnaa ef
taenia. 5sa btgan taking 3. S. S. and
fj terli new. f rltns you very murk, t
tell my friend vhat a good medicine it
fa. cannot talk tot muck about it, for
I know it i O. K."
Her la your opportunity, ft. R. 8.
eoutalD only vegetable medicinal In
gredlenta. Herauiie S. S H. doea liulld
red tilooil-ciila, it routs rlieuiuatlxm,
builds firm fleh, fills nut hollow
rheeka, beautlfli tbe ronipleilon,
builds yoa op when T"'i run down,
K R. 8. I sold at nil drug stores. In
two allies, the larger sit bottle 1
tha more eeo-i j..tli l.
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( hke yiMtrielf agtu
Al I.KI txr.UI.N r.
Stop their pain
in one minute
fry removing the cauirt
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