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urn hkf,: omiiaa. Tuesday, rnnnrArcv 14. 1011.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Moot rlt It.
r. t. CreeSea Bob Coat.
Dr. lortoa, Beatist, S27 City Mn Bank.
a, Bletrte flatarea, Barf ees-Oraaaea.
Keep Year Kb and valuables In th
Amerlian Safe lieposlt Vault In Th Be
building, ft rerta a rox. tl a year.
The . Barings n Loan Assn. lia
nm4 it poi-aibla toi many families to oh
their home. lj Farnarn Street. Hoard
el Trade IJullcimg. Omaha.
Daaaa Bait Dismissed Th suit against
Milage oim 04 uunuce. uruiiiii by
i C. Jonm, a rerldt-nt ho objected to the
manner of levying for paving, was dis
V(lot sad Oarals cans tti tna
.01 it, ! kiBsea by lire or uuiiaia. lit
i i -dent; rent a private aafc tn our 1-tlS
ault.ytmly $1 per year. Omaha Safe L
losit Ik Trust Co., IMI Karnam street.
Ask Maadamna Against Saloon Man
A' mundamu pioteecilr.g brought by the
taxpayer of Houth Omaba la being heard
1udy by Judge Vy. Tim mandamus auk
lhat the police and lire commission be
(impelled to cancel the aaloon license of
casper Lukowskl on the grounds that he
I Using; u license laaued to hi brother and
tnat' the city nis received only 1,W) for
licences when It snnul'J have it-vviveii .'..
If Bull AfiyiBtt Missouri aiiie
Isabi'ile ' Alethan, IwUow of 1'artlck. J.
Mrehan, who was killed June 28, 1M0, and
ho I administratrix of hi estate. Mon
day Med a suit against the Allssouii l'a
clfto raihrbad, and John Lovelady, the
foreman of a switching crew, for damages
In the tuni of SJO.OuO. Mr. Meehan was a
car Inspector and wu killed, according to
the petition, in the performance of his
School Opening Votpona Tli opening
of the new iug of the Fairfax public
school building, which wa recently com
pleted, was postponed until Tuesday morn
ing. Superintendent of Schools Ijavidson
Intended to open the building Monday
morning, but wa unable to complete his
arrangement. The new wing will be de
voted entirely to pupil In the lower grades
for the present, but one teacher will be
tiansftrred to the building.
Barer I?t Beturnet Seven buyer
for Hay den Broa. have returned from the
east, where tbey have been making pur
chases in preparation for the big anni
versary sale which open next week. Those
who have returned are C. H. McKelver,
buyer of dress goods; D. C. Hurley, fur
niture; Charles Nash, piece goods; P. H.
Johnson, notions; Byron llardlgln, furni
ture; Thome Flynn, cloaks and suit, and
ure; Thomaa r'lynn. cloaka and suits, and
J. K. Moore, carpets. This will be the
twenty-fourth anniversary sale.
FetlUo la Bankruptcy James H. John
son of 2S-4 Maple avenue today filed a vol
on.!S:4 Maple avenue Monday filed a vcr
clerk of the United States district court,
scheduling liabilities at f7.S2v.82 and asset
at practically nothing. Most of the per
sonal property owned by him 1 exempt.
The unsecured claim set forth represent
a I moist in their entirety judgments entered
against the applicant In state court.
Johnson' occupation Is that of manager
of the Western Collection company.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Report of City Clerk Good for Past
ALLEGED GAMBLERS ARRESTED
Turrstf.Klahi lrUnrrs Are l.edet
la Jail mn I ( Beta I'rti-
rletnrs f Disorderly
The folioh.g report of City Cera
hows the condition of the cil inas
January to February , inclusive:
Amount or mv im Mni iuin-n
vsiiahle August 1. 111.
A. I. mu, which weie placed to
the rrefitt ..f . i... i. ont
t .., i
Collections hy cilv treasurer re
ported since August 1, A. l. 19W.
I'uhlip Light ..
Int. nrid Hlnk..
Marriage Clerk is
Busy in Spite of
the Thirteenth Day
Six Fairs Ask for Permission to Wed
On the Day that is Generally
t leant six couples have no superstitious
fesr of the thirteenth of the month as a Any
of mntiimonlal bliss. Those who braved
the fates Monday were Clarke (J. Rronson,
Clear Lake. la., aged 21; Minerva Plt
tenger. Albion, la., sued 21: Harold W.
flharkleford. Allen. Neb., aged 21; Ada J.
Mulltns, Allen, Neb., aged IS; Hardy Faker,
Canton, Mo., aged 21. and F:thel Mcleod,
Manila, la., aged It years.
It Is very seldom, according to the mar
riHRe cletk. that many care to brave the
111 omen which the thirteenth of the month
Is supposed to carry with It. Kven on Fl
davs there Is a noticeable coldness and few
are the license leaned on this day.
WELLS IS ON TRIAL FOR
la I'oaltlvely Ideatlflea by the Mas
la Whom lie Woald Sell
George Wells, a negro went on trial Mon
day before Judge Kstelle on a charge of
breaking and entering. He pleaded not
guilty. The Jury was secured early in the
It I alleged In the Information that on
the nlht of December 22. 1910, Wells broke
Into a Cnlon faclftu freight car and stole
two cratea of frankfurter, one crate of
minced ham and one can of lard, all valued
The principle witness for the state I
ttaiph Kuiz, who testified that Vell came
into liia (lore and left the frankfurters, ham
and lard In question and was to receive
money for thtm In the afternoon. In the
mtanllme he notified the police. He poal
nvciy tdcntlllud Wells the man.
GUYE TO INVESTIGATE
LABOR CONDITIONS HERE
Write thai He Will Look After
riares Where Maiari Work
l.ouls V. Cuye. deputy labor commis
sioner, will be In Omaha the latter part
of the week,, and while her he will In
vestigate the chargea that certain cor
poration are violating the state labor law
by working women after 10 o'clock at
Mr. Uuyt say that he will take the
inkttrr up with the county attorney. ,-lf
I find that any company or corporation
Is Molallng the law, I will start action
Uaint It at once " wrllea the deputy to
Assistant Ctlv Attorney Uunn. who de
mand the investigation.
BODY OF RAFFERTY ARRIVES
Maa Who lllra of Pneamoala at
Paebla I Uraaaht Hera
" for llorlal.
The body of Iiai.Kl Kafferty arrived In
n:aha Monday morning fur burial. Ilaf
ferty wag found unconscious ft unlay In
Ilia- cellar of a vacant house at Puoblo,
Colo.. ' suffering from pneumonia and
hungers Ho . was In kuch condition nhen
taken out, having been In the house for
four daK without food, that despite medi
cs! attendance he died Sun. My morning In
Ml. . Mai-v'a hospital In Pueblo.
Ilafferty hnd wilkcd Into I'ueblu search
,lil for employ mtnt. He wan M yeai old.
i'or an hlle. about a ea:' a no, he made his
1ir-me In Omaha with his daughter, iii. C.
U. Jones, Slti Hickory street. The funeral
"III be held Tuesday morning at S:3u
o'clock at the home of hi daughter and at
St. rMilloinrnM's church, rather (ileuson
will officiate. The Internum will be in
Holy Sepulcher ctmetery.
11 1 survived by hi lf and a family
of two daughters and two sons, of whom
Mrs. Jones alone lives In Omaha. II. home
at Mrrrlsn. la.
JEWELERS COME NEXT MONTH
Will Hola an Kdaratloaal toaatloo
to lavrraav Kfrirleary la
The purpose of Instruction to the end
that Jeaelers will become more efficient In
their business Is ih keynote of the pro
giain which la being arranged for the an
nual convention of Nebraska Retail Jewel
ui March tl and 22. W. D. Krank of this
oily Is evrtary of the arrangentcnta com
mittee, li , announce Monday that
pMclira, paper and general inddtnt of
the piograai for the event will be designed
ao that new Idea ami matter uf Instruc
tion to doaler shall be the principal point
A number of notable Jrli from vari
ous parte of the countiy will be invited
gutkls. It has not been fully decided as
el at which hoiel the meeting will be bild
lu llus su.
Total $r3,773.2li 1I.VB3 W IIW.KW.M
111 and Total. $:':' 1.773. :'S 11.773.31 l-f.TTS.W
Levy IHI0-I1....S 4hi.: iuIUm ror City Purpose
Vnliiation on Heal and Personal
Property, ltflo-11 J4,2t7,7S2 )
In rcKiird to the street repair fund It
should be explained that Its condition will
be improved as money Is placed to Its
credit from the county road fund. The con
tribution to Ihe city from Douglas county
amount to about fi.O) and this Is received
llurlng the month of January the city
treasurer received $9,375.36 and disbursed
tW.27Z.3li. There was In the banks January
1, :VJ:. and at the end of the month
rhool Board Finance.
from the report of Treasurer Olllln to
th school board It appear that on Febru
ary 1 there wa a balance In hand to the
credit of the general fund of $5,306.11; inter
est fund, I1S6.26 (this 1 the fund which
pay the Interest on the $n0,0m) bond Issued
soma time ago); sites bond fund, I2.374.K1.
making the total balance in hi hand
Blgr Gambling Raids.
South Omaha polio are determined to
put a check to the alleged erase for gam
bling which exists among certain section
of the city. A a result of this activity
Captain Dworak and Detective McOuIre
have within the last three day lodged In
the city jail twenty-eigtit prisoners, em
bracing Greeks, Roumanian and colored
person. Three pool room and a barber
shop were raided and the officers expect
to secure convictions when the accused ap
pear thl morning and Tuesday morning in
They succeeded in catching the gamblers
In the act, It Is said. The following have
charge entered against them of being pro
prietor of disorderly house: Bill Dooley,
Twenty-sixth and P street; Joe Bpursia,
Thirtieth and 8 streets; Theodore Krlst,
Twenty-sixth and N streets, and Nick
Papas, Twenty-sixth and Q street. Th
gambling was alleged to be on pool play
lng, cards and craps.
Iaterestlaat Bawling; Gaase.
A very Interesting match gam of tenpins
was played on Garlow's alleys yesterday
afternoon between Sherwood and Fits
gerald. Sherwood won a number of games,
but Fltxgerald beat him on th total by
forty-four pins. The match waa (or fifteen
gamea and the other six games will be
pulled oft soma time next week. Fits
gerald'a average was 184 for the nine game
and Sherwood's 17t. Scores:
Bherwood-lttl, 174. 180. 211, 171, 164, 184,
Kitagerald 3Ui, 172, 198, 17S, 170, 1M, 17t,
Magic City (ioaalp.
Coal Sea Howland, 'Phon South 7.
Orrln Paddock la home from Denver for
a abort visit with his parents.
Wanted to rent rottaae or flat, modern,
not over 1140. Call tiouih 7(W.
Miss Florence Urooker entertained her
clans at her home Friday evening.
A daughter haa been oorn to Mr. and
Mrs. barter, lil North 1 wenty-seuond
Clover Leaf Camp No. 8, Royal Neighbors
of America, will give a dance Thursday
evening In Rushing hall.
Mr. John (J. Oat of Mineral Point,
Wis., was the guest of Mr. and Mr.
liliam Uarclay last week.
The entertainment committee of the
Eaglea is preparing an excellent program
lor the meeting Tuesday night.
South Omaha camp of the Woodmen of
the World will give a masquerade bail to
morrow evening In Kushing's hall.
Miss Mary K. Cunningham and Miss
Marie Keileher of Lies Moines are the
guests ot Miss Horen, So .soith 'iwenty
The funeral of Krank Slavik will be held
today at t o'clock trom the residence, an
Norm i wenty-tiith street. Tu interment
will be in Lurel Hill cemetery.
The young people ot the First Christian
church will give a Valentine social at the
home of Mrs. Hancock, hit .Noun Twenty,
second street, Tuesday evening.
City Engineer Roberts, has installed in
his office a Muckeye Uluu Printing ma
chine, it takes a print in from one to
tin minutes and can be operated by one
John M. Gilchrist, an Omaha accountant,
Is making an inspection Into the fiiianc.ai
position of the echool board by miutbi
ui the board with a view lu presenting it
wltli a report. ,
The Women's Christian Temperance
union will hold It regular meetina Vues
ouy afternoon at the Home ot Mm. burn- !
bam, Z.'I4 J street, at J: o ciock. A special
program will be submitted.
A concert will be glvtn tomorrow even-I
in In the auditorium of Hie High sellout
under tne auspices of the ladita of the
a'list Presbyterian church at wincn Janiej
H. Col in, pianist, and Frank taach
violinist, will periorm with Aims L-lunor
liouis us accompanist.
The only savings bunk In Doug, as county
Is tne teoulti uuuiii savings baua. located
in the old iiuaiteis ot the South Omaha
National bank. 14 N street, lias bank is
owned and controlled by interests closely
Identified with the titock Yar! National
bank and pays 4 per ceni on deports. Any
amount starts an accoimt. 'iruman ''uck
president; it. t. lluxtMlck, cashier; h h'
Getty, assistant cashier.
The Jury who Investixatcd the circum
stances attending the death of Julius
Mull. It street, who was killed In the
Cudahy Packing plant 'futsdav by falijn
from a scaffolaing. returned a verdict of
accidental death but tUKKested that the
packing house company should in fuiuie be
more careful In providing proper protec
tion for Its workmen. Z. I. liedKes was
foreman of the Jury and the Imjurst was
held In brewers undertaking rooms by
CHICKEN FOR THE TROOPS
l ael Mam's Men I Have a least to
tajenrnte Birthday of
How to Get Harmony
in Home Decoration
Experts of Omaha's" Big Furniture
Store Give Suggestions for Se
curing Best Results.
"How seldom one see a room that Is
properly arranged to ahow off Its beau
ties:" remarked a prominent Omaha man
the other day as he waa passing through
(he long rows of period furniture in one of
the local stores.
This man had th situation of home
furnlshlng and home-decorating sited up
In the right way. Few people know how
to get their furniture, wall paper, pictures
and decorations to match up so that the
best result will be obtained. Year of ex
perience in the decorating of Omaha homes
have given Miller, Stewart & Beaton
name for getting harmony and beauty In
the furnishing of the home.
The men in the decorating department
of this large store have been engaged in
the art of designing decoration plans so
long that they now have become experts
and are recognised as among the leading
decorators of the west.
Ihls department of th Miller, Stewart
& Beaton store has on man who will
take charge of the entire furnishing of the
home. For example, he will select the
furniture, carpets, pictures, plate-rail, bric-a-brac,
and decorations, and give perfect
harmony to all the surroundings.
The employes under this expert are thor
ougly versed In the decorative art. They
win tell you what colors should go In a
particular room dark, light or large rooms
I hey win mow you which are the best
patterns, beat slxe of pictures, best paint
ings, and best decoration for any kind of
This department makes paintings for cu
'"'. Biiuwina every part or the room
In detail, with various kinds of furniture.
They make these drawings with rooms hav
ins various xinas 01 furniture, rugs and
decorations.. These paintings cost the firm
IjO and tM).
Docs the average person know whether
Ellxabethan furniture can be mixed with
Jacobean, Jacobean with walnut or mar
querterie of the Queen Anne period, and
yet harmony kept in the room. These ex
perts of the Miller, Stewart & Beaton
decorating department will tell you that
this can be done? They will prove to you
by their beautiful paintings that harmony
can be maintained through the use of
various other kinds of furniture. . "
Lovers of a beautiful home will learn here
that it la not always best to have furniture
In the same room of one wood only. Not
many people know this truth. Where the
furniture Is mainly aatinwood It is. desir
able to have a few pieces of Chippendale
In mahogany. This relieve the monotony
of the on wood.
In a room of satin wood it Is well to
have the walls painted a pale green or a
warm pearly gray and hung with oval
and round classical' prints. Colored en
gravings also are In keeping with a satin
wood room and add to the harmony of the
decorations. Persian rugs and Oriental
china look beautiful in any room.
It la such facts a these that the experts
of the Miller, Stewart & Beaton decorating
department will make known to you. They
will give you the hint which will enable
you to have one of the beautiful homea
that you hav longed for many, many
The service of these men are at the dis
posal of prospective purchaser free of
charge. There 1 no obligation to buy on th
part of any one receiving suggestions from
Many Birds Perish
in Storm; Audubon
Society to Rescue
Sportsmen Who Know Haunts end
Habits of Feathered Life Lead
Bands of Boys.
South Omaha Man
Killed by a Train
is Cut Entirely in Two
Rock Island Track Near
While trying to board a Rock Island
freight train at Albright .Sunday. Will
iam Tobln, a ham bearer In Armour's
packing house, fell beneath the cars In
such a way that his body was completely
cut In two, nineteen freight car passing
over the body.
South Omaha police authorities, as well
ti the deputy coroner of Douglas county.
were loath to take charge of the body as
the accident happened In Sarpy county.
Aa the coroner of arpy county could not
be located the body was finally taken to
fcouth Omaha, where a coroner'a Jury will
view It this morning and an inquest will
be held Tuesday when the train crew re
turns from Fairbury.
No one wa found who seems to know
NK.W YORK, Feb. 11. (Special. Mur
derous weather conditions are now driv
ing to death huge flocks of the song and
game birds of the country, according to re
port that hav been received today at the
headquarters of the National Association
of Audubon societies In this city. Follow
ing the sweep of the recent blixsard from
coast to coast, great tracts of tree and
land are known to he storm-locked against
the feathered life that must seek, shelter
and food from the natural eources that are
now held In the Icy grip of winter. Vnlesa
emergency measures are speedily taken to
succor these birds that protect the crops
from pents and furnish the game supply of
the nation, ornithologists declare today that
serloua loss to the wild resources of Amer
ica will result.
Careful count of the birds that perlwhed
In a similar storm six year ago over an
area of southern Minnesota and northern
Idaho has showed that in one night alone
some 8W.0U0 were froxen or starved to death.
Many millions more are thla year doomed
to death In the freezing 'spell that has suc
ceeded the snows of this month, the Audu
bon workers assert.
Calling upon the children of the land to
save the storm-beleaguered birds, the Audu
tnn organlxation has today set on foot a
sweeping relief campaign in which the
boys and girls of every community are be
ing Invited to join. Special pamphlets giv
ing minute instructions for the feeding of
birds under every condition of winter
weather have been prepared and are be
ing sent to volunteer bird-saving brigades
of youngKters in every settlon of the coun
try. Through its member organisations In
a score of storm-bound states the National
Association of Audubon Societies Is urging
immediate local campaigns to preserve the
dying bird life of each neighborhood.
Hportsmen who know the haunts and
habits of the native birds are heading
bands of boys who are already setting out
through the wood and fields of their home
regions, equipped with shovels, picks, cord,
wire and big bags of grain, suet and fat
meat. At natural feeding grounds the
snow Is cleared from tho ground and grain
or bird seed scattered In sufficient quan
tity to tide over the storm spell all the
birds that are starving In the vicinity. For
the lnsectiverous species, nourishing fat
meat Is carefully tied at conspicuous points
In the trees along .the route. Bird bread
lines In each school yard and food scat
tered where the birds flock about every
house are sIho recommended as a part of
the Audubon emergency campaign.
"We shall exert ourselves, as we have
during recent hard winters, to save the
storm-stricken birds of this country with
every means at our disposal," said T. O.
Pearson, secretary of the National Associa
tion of Audubon Societies, at Its headquar-
141 Broadway, today. "If each Amer-
Ja student In the Omaha Theolol' l em
The Philnmathean Literary Society met
a usiihI Friday nicht In Adelphlan hall,
rendering a nilscellanous program.
The Adelphlans heard the report of a
nominating committee that hsd been ap
pointed to nominate and the following weie
named a follows. Miss Goldle Fowler,
president; Paul Johnson, vice president;
Herbert Jones, treasuer; Ranald Ohman,
The seniors met and selected the cls
offices for the last semester. Miss Zella
Kissinger wss honored with the presidency,
Ray Flndlay. vice president; R. V. Kearns,
secretary; U. U. Rice, treasurer.
lean will help us In this emergency rescue
compalgn, 1 feel sure great good can be
accomplished In prolonging the life of the
birds that will In the new year form our
only fighting force against crop plague and
agricultural diBaster. W are raising funds
and furnishing Instructions with which we
hope soon to materially aid the perishing
bird all over the .continent."
BELLEVUE COLLEGE NOTES
Dbate for the 'Manderson Prlae I
', ' Postponed jroiu Tonlgrhl io.
The Manderson prize 'debate which was
to have been held February 14, has been
postponed until the' 24th. Harry J. Brandt,
who la to represent ' the college at the
State Oratorical contest at Lincoln, Feb
ruary 17, Is the captain of one of the de
bating teams, and for this reason It was
thought best to postpone the debate.
The question reads, "Resolved, That our
legislation should be shaped toward the
abandonment of the' protective tariff." Bel
levue meets Doane on this question early
In March, upholding the negative, and the
same night another Bellevue team win
meet Cotner university, upholding the neg
ative. Last year Bellevue won both de
bates on the same evening on the "Commis
sion Form of City Government" question.
The six Bellevue men are hard at work
and will try to repeat the victories of last
The day of prayer for colleges was ob
served at Bellevue Thursday. Clans wnrw
as auspended for the day and prayer
meetings were held by the different classes
In the morning at nine. At 10 a. m Dr.
K. H. Jenks delivered the address of the
day to the student body. Dr. Jenks, who Is
the pastor of the First Presbyterian church
of .Omaha, used as his subject. "What
Shall We Do With Our Lives." It wa. .
powerful appeal to the spiritual nature and
left a profound Impression on the students.
An interesting and helpful meeting was
conducted by the students at 2:30, and the
evening service was led by I. W. Patton
an alumnus of the college, and who !
DANISH PLAY WELL RECEIVED
"Ambrosias" Pleases I, arse Andlenre,
with John lleraklnd In Title Role,
Assisted hy I, oval Talent.
"Ambroslus." a play popular In Denmark,
was acted last nlsht before a large audience
at Washington hall hy John Hersklnd, the
well-known Danish actor, assisted by local
talent. The production was beautifully
staged. The lines were read In the Danish
Hersklnd Is making a tour of the United
State' playing the title role of the piny.
He hau been seen 200 times In the role In
the United States. He came here from
Chicago. He takes the part of Ambroslus
Stub, a student, who falls In love with a
baron's daughter. His love Is not unre
quited, but because of his lowly state he
Is not permitted to marry the girl of his
choice. J. Jensen Dreyer portrayed a good
baron and Miss Dreyer was an admirable
daughter and heroine. r'utalnlng pari
aere well taken by Mises Jensen and
(ieluihr and Messrs. Schmidt. K.nkeholle,
Waste Jaeohscn. Volmer Jorgensen and A.
COURT BAILIFF WHO BREAKS
LEG GETTING ALONG NICELY
Mrs J. W. Rose, South Auburn. Neb ; Mia.
K W. Iloman, Minneapolis. Minn., Mr.
Vary Reynolds. Sheridan, Wyo.; Mr. Fred
Houk, Murchlson. 8. IV: Mr. Jnke Houk.
Council Bluffs. Mr. Martin Houk, Omaha,
also a niece. Miss Carrie Wrede. Council
Bluffs. Funeral arrangements will be an
the Hnhonle I'laaur
Was Trlna Ont ev Patent Fire P.s- detro s feaer lives than strvinsch. liver
rape nn Whlrh He Has land kidney diseases, for which F.lrrtrle
W rked. I Hitters Is Ihe guaranteed remedy. 80c.
Martin Krkemlall. court bailiff, who For sale by Beaton I'rug Co. .
broke both bones In hi right ankle In a fall I
at the Hub hotel. 1310 IViuglas street. Sun- ' " . . . - .
day afternoon. Is getting along nicely at
St. Joseph's hospital.
The cause of the accident, which the
people In the hoted tried In every nay to
conceal, was the breaking of a rope In a
new patent fire escape which Klrkendall
was testing. Klrkendall Is a heavy man
and the rope, too light for his weight, broke
when he was some dlstnnee from the
ground. Al Small, the proprietor of the
hotel, and Klrkendall hnd been working
on the patent for a number of weeks and
had brought their Invention nearly to per
fection. The trouble with It was the size
of the rope.
lr. Katherlne Honk.
Mrs. Katherlne Houk, aged 67 years, died
Monday morning at the residence of her
daughter. Mrs. O. F. llofmann, 1104 North
Twenty-ninth street, after an illness of
several weeks. Her husbnnd preceded hei'
three years ago.
She leaves nine, children. Misses Dora and
Anna Houk, Mrs. O. F. llofmann of Omaha,
Try This For Colds
Prescription Known for HesnlVs feather
than tVarg-a Quantity.
Oo to your druggist and get "Two ounces
of Glycerine and half an ounce of Con
centrated Pine compound. Mix these with
half a pint of good whiskey. Shake well.
Take ona to two te aspoonful after each
meal and at bedtime. Smaller dose to
children according to age." Any on tan
prepare this at home. Thla I said to be the
quickest cough and cold cure known to
the medical profusion. Be sure to get only
the genuine tUlubel Concentrated Tine.
Kach half ounce , bottle comes In a tin
, rew-top sealed rase. If the druggist 1
out of stock he will quickly get It from his
wholesale house. Ion t fool with uncertain
mixture, it Is risky.
Pin Is one of the oldest remedies known
to civilization, but many of the extract
contain resins and Impurities that cans
nausea and other bad after effect. K01
safety get only th abov mentioned. Adv.
Bsn't this ail you
are loolung for in
Everything that can be put into a baking powder to
make it good, pure and effective will be found in
Calumet Everything and more that you
ripcir an1 PTnprr nf 1 anw mrvri . rrrai
baking powder is positively assured you
in Calumet. Then why pay exorbi- s
tant prices when Calumet will Calumet
more satisfactorily attain "'''VV'' s strictly a high
for you a better result quality product, sell-
more delicious, s&S'SS' ng at a moderate cost
lighter and bet-
ter raised 4-Z&&,''.''
W . -A" VM ."V
You can't get better at any price you
-e&n't get as good for the same money.
Calumet Baking Powder is guaranteed under
every pure food law both State and National.
This is as much and all that can be said for the
purity of any baking powder. Its superior goodness is
proven in the baking.
Substitutes are imitations and never as good as the original.
Ask for Calumet and get it.
sr e n n n rv n
sago m Pmrm
Received Highest Award World's Pure Food Exposition
Chicago, 1907. thereby recognizing its supreme merits.
The Beautiful Hair
That Artists Admire
(American Art and Anluts 1
"Many a model's hair Is ruined by soap
and water. Have you not often seen long
an.1 glossy tresses deteriorate from the
ideal 'crowning glory of woman' to a
faded, coarse, matted maus?
"A portrait painter of renown advises
hla subjects to use only a dry shampoo
before sittings. The best shampoo-powder
1 a fknsllv mua In .Via ,,.., . ,
Just how the accident happened. L. L li,, V 7, 7 7
. . ' Put a half pound of corn meal In a Jar
ll.rrnn hrali mun . t. ths fr. k, ...... ..... I . . - J
" '" iunru aud four ounces of amotone and stir we
. ,nui a man I fc,,rinkle a tablespoonful over the hair
..u irmii oas s'.oppeu ! and then brush It out
and these men returned to the scone and I 'Corn meal cleanses
called the South Omaha office. : rj.)tH. removing ....
the si alp and hu'.r I
iiartiel of .li.. ,.ii
loom, wno was wen Known m houth and dandruff, and amotone makes the hair
uuiana. leaves a wiuow, iwo sons and two beautlfullv
ate p-children. He waa 48 years old and
lived In a row called Tolun's Kow, built
by hi mother.
soft, fine and glosav.
natural color heightened. It 1 1
Is no better hair grower than
Five thousand pounds of chicken will
be fed to the troops at Forts Russell.
Robinson. McKanzle, Meade. Omaha and
Crook on Washington Llrthday. accord
ing to an order received today hy Lieu
tenant Colonel F. r. I'.anlinan. chlff com
missary of th iHipartment of ht Hla
aouri. Th chicken will coat 11 cents
pound, and will be furnished by a total
ftim. On Washington's hli-th.lsi- .-V.I..L.,.,
will be served to the soliiler for the last !
tlm u-ad-r th old order, which gave then.'
chtcktn or tjtkev on (run hoiiraa each
year. I'nder the new order this choice
meat will be served only on Thanksgiving
Tha greatest crisis in a woman's llf
Is when first she becomes a mother.
AU the physical strength of her
nature is demanded at guch times,
and It Is necessary that her system
be thoroughly prepared for the erent.
In order that her health be preserved
for futiir. v. a . rm UTai...i. v. ,
7 7 B. ",11nc: 1 1 medicine for external use. composed of oils
and other ingredients which a wist nsture in all neceBaary physical changes of
tha system. Ita regular use before the coming of baby prepares the muscles
- i! fcr JsnuBual trln. la expanding the skin and flesh fibres,
and strengthens all the membranes and tlasuea. Mother's Triend lessens the pain
' W " V aoasa, aA4L4 16SVDI
the mother in such healthful con
dition that her recovery is always
rapid and natural. Mother's Friend
Is sold at drug rtores. Writ for out
free bob for jxpectant mothers.
BXAUriTLD EEQULATOB CO,
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Have you bouo;ht a home?
In Thursday's Bee you will find in
viting lists of home bargains by dealers.
Look for them.
11 1 1
miy a nomc on
Read Thur lay
U anothor man- with probably less Imotno town
and pay lor it monthly yon can tlo the same
jou have ran buy
In Thursday's lice there will br a great manv t h.,i, h.... ....w,.,...
sale on easy urnia a tew lmi.,ir..,i rf.,n,.c . .. . . .. .
-- -'. b uun ij. Luts uiiHiirR mnn r n lu
a sliurt lime you have a home of your own. ni,l f,.r tti.i,..,..
mifcfliug the money.
Make your aeUciion and buy before the spring season opens.
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