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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1911)
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Worth f .1.50, at
AY The Host Extraordinary Sale
's Fall Suits. Cloaks.
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Children's Cloaks "Warm and
fierviceable, new $ CA
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GLASSFORD 0N0R1ENT LIFE
Former Omahaa Writei of Experi
ence in the Philippines.
TEAKS ABE JLVTH ONLY BY DAY
Tkrrafcera ( ll-4 Dll Marhtaea
aaa tfca Katlvca lltfaae V.mt
niea that la ! Taroask
An lnlrtlni letter on Ufa In th
Philippine hai bn received by J. M.
Guild of tha Commercial club (rum Colonel
W. A. OloMiford. formerly In command at
l'oit Omaha, now atutlonsd at Manila.
lera ara coma of tha thlna Colonel
Cllaistord ha noted'ln four and ono-half
muntha In tha Philippine:
Travel by railroad l an eiperlenca not
to le forKOlltfii. Tralna are run ap
jurnitly In arrord with tha Klllplno char,
nirlrr that of delav. ilnner and wait. It
t atd that In the eurly hltoiy of the
fhlllitplnea rallroail trulnn were run at
ume 1. with short atps at eiutlnnit.
fou-.plnliit wan made by the imtlvea that
the tare chanced waa too ault kiy earnml.
alxo that almrt itnpa Kave too IHU tlmx
fur frleud who came to the utatlon to
vtHit them. In taklim a trip over thee
railroad one must prepare to occupy the
time either In readme or ltn companion,
au thai the lonK witlta will nut be an'
ni'Vlnu. The railroad management alvea
ale attention to tha Filipino who, quite
You Can Sleep in a Cool Room
Dress in a Warm Room
If you have
& Gas Heating Stove
Tlio moment you light it tho
few ir.inutcii to
Auy daily corner iu tho house
very low cost if you have
A Gas Heating Stove
They come in various styles und t-izes from the small jKirtaltle
at .t-'.CiO up to the large fireplace fixtures
We have a HplendiJ display at our offices.
OMAHA GAS COMPANY
Skirts, etc. ever Known
it h ALWAYS BRANDEIS That
Ol.ers the Really Big Bargains
In Genuinely Goad Merchandise
Women's S7 Fall Dresses at 12.93
Drosses that are ko much in demand.New, dark
and light colors; pretty, practical (Tft AO
and up-to-date. All sizes. ifa A
In basement, at VVU
Women's $4 Skirts at $2.50
Many styles to choose from. All new models this
fall. -The most desirable
Positively $4 qualities,
Women's $15 Suits at $7.50
Several hundred new, up-to-date, stylish fall
suits of good materials, newest (ftl f"A
olors. A wonderful bargain lot in Jta
Women's $10 Cloaks at $5
Scores and scores of those stylish, big, warm,
roomy coats that ai'e so popular now. All
sizes. All colors; practical as
can be. (J rand bargain in base
And scores of other BIG
clnna la little used and flret-claaa la al
ways lone v and the accommouaiiona oi
the latter abuut correnpond with our
tourUt cara In the I nlted Biatea. Traliu
only run In the daylUht; thera 1 a peace
ful complacency inn no .tauciu
There In Ulte a movement in nm i.om
mcrrial club to boot tha i'hlllpplnea by
evndlng aume men Into the United Htatea
to laik up tho advantaKe offered out here
for tha Investment of capital. Thera are
good opportunities, but thera are no many
dirticuliu-a In the way.
Our bualnesa men in tha United Btatea
are not mora alive to tha ,htllpine
trade because of the amallneaa of It. In
thla ri-icard 1 wlh you would aend me
ilailMlf of the commerce of Omaha, for
1 noticed when thera that LKiuglaJt county
produced more thun tha fhlllpplnea aa
measured by iinlKrtatlona.
Goods from America.
It la two yeara since free trade between
the t'nlted Kdites and the Philippines was
extablixhed. The ehirm that was raleed
when frea trado was proposed has been
sllenctd. lne would naturally expect
that tho Kouds brouxht Into the Philip
pines would coma r xcluxlvcly from the
I'nlted Hlates tveause no duty la added
to tha orlKlnal cost and transportation
charge to K-t them here. It Is true thnt
more goods have bem biounht from the
I nitr-d flute-, (hail b-fore. but It Is
equally true thut more goods have come
from other countries than before.
axes ara clt.-d In nhlch ioodn of
American manufacture aro carried to a
foreign country and then brouaht to
Manila, duty pwld, and sold In competi
tion with apenta selling; tha same goodd
bought and brought direct.
Considerable intchlnery or various tunc
taa .rn Introduced Into the talund.
ptdally for agricultural purposes. At an
boat is there and it takes hut n
can Ik; nuule conifortahle
Instance tha uaa of a threahlnR machine
I typical. A threshing machine was
taUen Into the country to thresh rlca. A
lace of rlca was run through tho
thresher. As the cleun threshed rice
poured out from the mnchlne the natives
could not be convinced that there waa
not a box of rice from which the streum
cume. The machine whs opened and the
people shown how the operation of
threshing waa accomplished, but It waa
still a mystery.
After the stack selected had been
Uiienliod It waa proponed to put througn
tho thresher anotner stack, but the people
objected, believing tha machine waa aomo
sort of a devil and that If all the rlca
stacks were passed through the devil
mucmiie mey would nave no fit seed
nor could they eat the rice put through
I he remedy to these notions waa found
In blessing of tha machinery by tha local
priest, for which a churns was mado, but
then the rlca could with confidence b
eaten and planted. It Is found well to
blea machinery of all kinds.
1 he atrlklng thing of Ixland climate and
Weather is that about the same warmth,
the Hume breeae, the name showers re
cur from day to day throughout the year,
lircat and sudden changes are unknown.
Tho climate Is so genial that one soon
succumbs to the static habit and doea
very little because his movement of mind
and muscle la melted by the monotony.
inn oeoomes ina cnarm or 4 ne tropica
becuusa of a Ufa of comfort and luxury.
Judge Day Thanks .
the Retiring Jury
Serving on a Jury and voting ara the
two moat Important dutic of the cttlien.
and Jurors who have dono their work well
should not bo dismissed without a word
of thanks, according to Judge Ceorga A.
Day of tha district court, who made re
marks to this effect In dismissing the
first set of Jurors of tha October term
Friday. Tha Jurors bad completed their
three weeks' service and a new act will
go to work next Monday.
"Tou have worked la accordance with
tho instructions given you In every case,"
aid Judge Day, "and you ought to be
told your services are appreciated. Tha
Judgea ara well satisfied and so ara tha
litigants. Of courne. those who ara beaten
always are dissatisfied, but someone
must lose, and It you hove conscien
tiously weighed the evldcnco and mado
return ou cau look In the face those
who have lost und tell them so.
"Jury reiving and voting ara tha two
mobt Important public duties of the cltl-
rm. They hould be performed conscien
tiously. I believe you have performed
them that way und you should be given
proper crrdlt for It. It la no easy task
to be a good Juror."
As a result of tho Inspection which
is being maJo lu tho public schools In
which dlphtheila has appeared a number
of children have been taken out of school
The school authorltiea are taking no
chances, and where there Is a case of
sore throat or any Irritation of the nasal
organ It Is considered sufficient to keep
the child so affected away from the
other children until such time aa the af
fection has disappeared. Several were
sent home from tba Columbian school
resist day, one front the LlhfH and two
front the CaaUaL
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Children's Dresses Good styles
for school, worth $1.00; CAp
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BOTH SIDESCLAIM YICTORY
Those For and Against Annexation
Assert They Have Won.
DECISION COMES ON SATURDAY
Marphy Bays He llaa Deem Able to
Get Enongh Names Off tha Pe
tition. While Dreen "aya
Enough Will Stay.
Victory In tha fight over the proposed
special election to determlno whether or
not Omaha and South Omaha shall be
merged, was claimed by both tha annex
ationists and the antl-unnexatlonlsts Fri
day morning, when the checkers and can
vassers completed their work on the an
nexation election petitions and the pro
test petitions whJch the antl-anncxatlou-lbts
Henry C. Murphy, city attorney of
South Omaha, leader of the antl-annexa-tlonUts,
"Of the l.CIO names we protested as un.
registered, the canvassers have found
about So per cent were registered. The
other 05 per cent are not reentered and
must come off the election petition. This
will cut it down to about 2.C00. We have
about 300 withdrawals, that will reduce
It down to 3.000. The petition then will
bo about GO) short of 10 per cent of reg
istered voters, which Is required to cull
the special election."
Members of the canvassing board said
about 60 per cent of the protested names
are unregistered and probably will have
to be stricken from the petitions.
John P. i'.reen, attorney for the annexa
tionists, declared he will show that many
protested signers are registered, even
though the canvassers and checkers
failed to find them on the registration
The big fight over the question whether
or not a special election shall be called
will come Saturday morning, when tha
Board of County Commissioners takes up
the quostion for final consideration and
If the board Indicates an Intention of
ordering the election, the antl-annexation-Ista
probably will go Into court and ak
sn Injunction against such action.
L?.underers to Meet
at Grand Island
The Nebraska Launderrrs' association
will hold Its first avml-annutU convention
at tjrand It land October and , and ai
loast a dozen Uumlrymcn from Omaha
are expected to attend. Ceurso il. SUain
of this city Is pres'Ueut of tho association.
An elaborate urogram has luen ur. I
ranged for the tao days' meeting by the
Grand Island members, and the time not
to be devoted to business will be taken up
by entertainment furnished by the liiun.l
Island men. At It an 10 laundrymcn
are expected to attend tho meeting. A
banquet vlll be given Wednesday after
noon, following tha selection of the city
for the meeting next Msrch.
The Key ta the Situation Bee Ada,
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'Clothes satisfaction" has a different meaning for different
men. Some accept as their satisfaction the fabrics the(
amount of service and wear the suit will give. Others look to
the shades, weaves or patterns, and still others demand per
iect fit and correct style. Adlcr's Collegian Clothes satisfy
every man, no matter what clothes characteristic he demands,
because we build into Collegian Suits and Overcoats every
essential to produce the utmost in service and smartest style
and use only the finest and choicest fabrics. Whatever price
you pay, you cannot buy better clothes value and Adler's Col
legian Clothes cost no more than ordinary clothes $15 to $30.
There is a clothing store in this locality where you may see
these unusual clothes. We will tell you where this store
is end also send you our new Fashion Book on request.
LIBRARIANS ELECT OFFICERS
Entirely New List is Selected at the
Closing Session Friday.
MISS C0MPT0N IS PRESIDENT
Miss Florence Smith of Omaha Is
Chosen Secretary and Treas
urer Mur Papers of In
terest to Librarians,
Miss Nellie Compton of Lincoln was
elected president of the Nebraska Li
brary association at the business meet
ing hold Friday morning. The other offi
cers chosen are: Miss Nellie AVllllams,
Geneva, first vlco president; Mrs. Ida
Capp, Hastings, second vice president;
Miss Florence Smith, Omaha, secretary
and treasurer. This Is an entirely new
roster of officers.
The closing program Friday morning
was devoted to papers on rura? school
libraries by A. V. Toed, county super
intendent of Dixon county, and on rural
extension of librar work, by El Joanna
Hacey, llbrarlat o Cedar Rapifls. 6. C.
Paa'ett of Gibbon outline! an! explained
the new library la-- I'ohratka Passed
at the last eesio: i the lBtlature.
IOWA TEACHERS COMING
TO THE OMAHA CONVENTION
Teachers of the Harlan, la., and Mis
souri Valley, la., schools will attend the
Nebraska State Teachers' convention at
Omaha, Instead of the Iowa Teachers'
convention at Dos Moines.
Rheumatism Ad vies
OWes Prominent Dootor's Best Pre
crlptUi Is Easily Mixed.
iiat nn nunea of svruD of Baraapa-
rilla compound and one ounce of Torls
compound. Then get half a pint of good
whiskey (or sherry wine If It Is pre
ferred) and put the other two Ingredi
ents Into it. Take a tableapoonful of this
mixture before each meal and at bed
time. Shake tho bottle before using.'
This Is not new In this city as many of
the worBt casea of rheumatism and
backache have been cured by It. Good
results come the first day. Any drug
gist has these Ingredients on hand or
will quickly get them from his whole
sale house. Any one can mix them.
Not only will tills prescription knock
rheumatism In a hurry, but It Is a
splendid tonic and soon restores appe
tite and vitality. Those who have tried
it are enthusiastic over the results ob
0r!g!n&l and Genulnt
L3ALTED 172 1 Lit
Thi Feed-drink: far All Ages.
More healthful ihoa Tea or Coffee.
Agrees with the V cat est digestion.
Delicious, invigorating and nutritious.
Rich milk, mnltrd grain, powder form.
A quick Iuncfc pit pared b a minute,
Tale no tuUtltute. AskforllORUCK'S.
XT Other are imitations.
ADLER & SONS
Here Is a
Never Before Told in Omaha-
And wo don't want any clothing man in town
to feel that we are criticising him because
our victory in the clothing game will be won by getting
down to clothing facts and giving you more for your
money. "We're not going to give you that old line of
rot about "distinctive style," "exclusive materials,"
"perfection in fit" and then that
oldest of old in the bunch "satis
faction guaranteed or money back"
stuff-" it looks great "-and "lis
tens fine," especially in type. But
take it from us, it's a fine lot of
dope. The man we want and the
trado we are after are the men who
have been putting out good money
for BAD clothes.
"We want the men who have tried
to get their "money back" from
these "guaranteed satisfaction" fel
lows and got tho big harpoon.'
We are giving you this tlk right off
the reel because we bave been through It
all and these money back boys are mighty
few that come across clean. We want the
men who know a square deal when they
get it to come here and get a suit or en
overcoat and pick from a hundred styles
at 115.00, $18.00. $20.00, $22.60 aud
$2a.00 with a sure saving of
$10.00 from anybody's price
see us make good
2d Floor City National
Destroys Liquor Craving
Drunkenness is a progressive disease;
the moderate drinker Is not satisfied with
two or three drinks a day; the craving
fur more and more becomes irresistible
as the dleease advances; the result U
T tr.lm.nt tiBt SXf'PKsfllll V 1V
thouKands right In their own homes Is
Orrlne. It is sold with the understanding
that if It dots not brnetlt after a trial,
we refund your money.
Orrlne No. 1. Is the secret remedy; Or
rlne No. 2, Is for those willing- to take the
treatment. Kilher form robts $1.00. If
you are Interested roma in and we'll
Kladlv tell you about the Kood OR1UNK
Is doing-. Ask for free booklot.
Mit-nnan e Ui-i'onnril Iruir Co.. l5ih
und DoUce Six.. Owl Drug Co., lKth and
liurnrv, and ilih and Karnam, 217-9 No.
In h fct . Omaha.
lie's Coming Here
HATE BECOME k NECESSITY
for tba safety of Jewels, Bonds and
do thiv offer Drotartlon
against less by H-jriUra and Fire,
but also offer rrtlVACY ts a greater
extent than safo In your horns or
Kafe Deposit Uoxes In our Burslar
Proof Vaulla may be selected toiiay
the yearly lantal from ta 00 ud
warda. Why not have security?
OXAUA SAFE DEPOSIT h
tre Level Estreat ta Vaalta.
1614 Faraaaa afreet.
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