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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1911)
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Hars Boot Print XX.
SrTPin ChoeoJatss 80o, Myers-IMllon.
Oas, tlto, fixtures. Barrsss-Orandsn.
Wak-Kn4 llUDinm laic Th ladles
of the North Side Christian church will
bold a rummage vale at Thirteenth and
William streets on Thursday, Krldajr and
Saturday ol this week.
mamma- gal Wednesday The
Woman's auxiliary of All Saints' church
tll hold a rummage sale at J223 South
Twenty-fourth street Wednesday, Novem
Fined for Varlng the Queer Ludwlok
Jloe was fined $100 by Judge W. H.
Munger In district court Monday after
noon because a counterfeit five-dollar
gold piece was found on his person. The
prosecution charged that Moe Intended
to use the counterfeit coin, knowing that
tt was" Illegal
Mlssoorlan la Satisfied Charles Mann,
who was arrested a few days ago after
eloping with the wife of Frank Howard
of Missouri, was discharged In police
court Tuesday morning by Judge Craw
ford. Howard, after getting his wife
back, said he was satisfied and left for
his home with her. Hs refused to appear
Many Beglstar at T. W. 0. A.--Registrations
for gymnasium work at the
Young Women's Christian association
are more numerous this year than ever
before. The number lacks but a few of
an even 200. The children's Saturday
morning olasses are especially popular.
A bookkeeping class for young women
Is to be started and will be held Friday
evenings, under the tutelage of Miss
Bay Sentenced for Assault George W.
Ray, who assaulted his mother-in-law
Monday afternoon while In a drunken
rage, was sentenced to fifteen days in
jail by Judge Crawford Tuesday morn
ing. Mrs. John Stackpole testified that
her daughter's husband cut her finger
with a knife and then choked her..
Patent Kadlain Peddlers 7 lned J. E.
Stiles and George C. Thompson were
fined 115 and costs Tuesday morning for
distributing patent medicines to houses
without the consent of the occupants.
Witnesses were put on the stand to tes
tify that the defendants hired men to dis
tribute the medicines. Both men gave
notice of appeal.
Xnsband la Qone with Money Mrs.
Andrew Blets, 736 North Twenty-sixth
street. South Omaha, has reported to the
Omaha police the disappearance of her
busband from h(s home last Saturday
with a large aura of money. She said
the had not heard a word from him since
he left for work Saturday morning, and
tt that time he had over 1200 with him.
hiUH Sun, SOCk. f'
HAS SPLENDID PROGRAM
The Browning society of the Omaha
High school held a very interesting Hal
lowe'en program lln the assembly room
at the school Monday afternoon. Elisa
beth Ralney, president of the society,
had charge of the meeting.
A pantomime scene from the "Taming
of the Slirew" was given very success
fully hy nose McDermott and Lola Byrd
and received much applause. This was
followed by a recitation entitled "Youth
and Art," by Helen Horton. after which
Evelyn Hanson rendered a violin solo of
exceedtnsly high merit.
The feature of the program was then
given when a "pumpkin fortune'' waa
told from an Immense yellow Jack-o'lan-tern.
The Jack-o'lantern was lighted and
contained several, written fortune slips
and eacfc one present drew their fortune
from the mouth of the pumpkin.
The program was concluded by the
reading of the Browning Oracle, which la
edited by Grace Robinson and Bess
Heaton. Mrs. Edwin Blatt of Denver,
formerly prominent on the high school
faculty as Florence Mcllugh of the Eng
lish department, spoke Informally on
"Outdoor Life In Colorado."
Key to the Situation Ben Want Ads.
H' "The House of
H High Merit."
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When you buy your hat put your conflilenco In a storr. thnt la worthy
of it Ths world's. bst hatters make hats for the Nebraska nothing com
pany. This Is not a boast, but a positive fact. Soft hats, stiff hats tho
best of each kind are here, and each kind aro of the best.
Hero Are the Hats That Bring Our Customers
Back Season After Season
John n. Stetson Hats from "Good Old America
T 1 1 r. H It t B In Vulmtra fn. I iihtnl-
J. Morley & Sons, 1ondon. Knglahd, soft hats...
Guben, Germany, "Huff Meltons"
Our Celebrated Rutland lUts
"Asbury" Hnts. the rlRht hat at the right price
Law ton Hats, the w orld's best, at
"Nebraska Special" Hats, at
Omaha's Largest and Best Equipped Clothing Store
for Liquor Goes
Into Use Wednesday
Alter Wednesday there will be no more
chance for wholesale liquor dealers to
(kin their customers by short measure or
tor -the distillers to escape the govern
ment revenue tax on any part of their
The gauging rod which has been used
for determining contents, must give way
Wednesday, under government regula
tions, to the weighing system. Hereafter
the weighing system will be used by
gangers In bonded warhouses and by the
wholesalers In putting up their own pack
sees. The use of the rod la an inaccurate
method of determining contents and the
rod can be made to show more or less
liquor than is actually In the barrel.
With lta aid, distillers so disposed have
been able to escape the revenue tax on
one-half gallon to a gallon of liquor In
each barrel, in case gaugers were not
exacting. Also unscrupulous wholesalers,
not -'subject to government Inspection
when transferring the liquor from orig
inal container to their own packages,
have been enabled to short measure their
customers one to two gallons to the bar
rel.: 1 y
Now wholesalers must sell the liquor
by 'weight and must stamp on the bung
stars or the barrel or keg the net weight,
gross weight and tare. A purchaser
simply baa to weigh the package and the
empty barrel to have a legal case against
the wholesaler whose weights do not
correspond to the weights named In the
Local liquor dealers and distillers were
Informed of the new rule In August by the
local revenue officers and are supposed to
have supplied themselves with approved
scales at their own expense.
Mrs. James Brown
Dies in California
; After Long Illness
Mrs. James H. Brown died last Thurs
day at the Brown winter home in Pied
mont, Cal., according to word just re
ceived by Mrs. A. O. Edwards. The
Browns made their home in Omaha for
many years, residing for a long time In
Kountse Place, and later on West Far
nam. Lately the family has been spend
ing the winters In California.
Mrs. Brown was 81 years old, and she
died of diabetes, with which she suffered
for a long time. She was a daughter
of Major W. W. Wood of Oakland, who Is
still living at the age of 90 years. She
leaves besides her husband, a daughter
and a son, both of whom are well known
Have Splendid Time
There were 300 doughnuts made for the
Hallow e'en party at the Young Women's
Christian association Monday evening, so
the secretaries figure that there were
between 200 and 300 members present
This was a record breaking number for
a Young Women's Christian association
festivity and the good time was In pro
portion to the crowd. The party started
with a masque ball in the gymnasium
which Miss Lillian Dowler, physical
director, and Miss Katherine Tlbbetts,
office secretary, had decorated with corn
talks, pumpkin heads and yellow ban
ners with black cats. One of the stunts
waa a mass In which the players followed
Intricately wound strings wound through
var'-ous places in the building, finding
themselves at the end In the swimming
Each perron bad ber furtune told by a
gypsy. The refreshments were served in
the "witches' cavern." where ' three
witches passed the doughnuts and other
cakes and dipped cider from a cauldron.
deadly microbes occurs when throat
and lung diseases are treated with Dr.
King's New Discovery. 50c and ti.00. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co.
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I I I Would you bother to wash the wheat and
J f"r yZ0' scour it? , , . j
That's what Washburn - Crosby Co. do in
I if milling GOLD MEDAL FLOUR A
If you were a miller
Would you bother to wash the wheat and
That's what Washburn -Crosby Co. do in
milling GOLD MEDAL FLOUR
To make your bakings better.
EVERY BAG AND BARREL GUARANTEED
ALL GROCERS SELLING BUY-NOW
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Our Exhibit is Now in Council Bluffs
. Tho exhibit that left the deepest impress ion on visitors to the Omaha Land -Show
the San Luis Valley exhibit can be seen in Council Bluffs, at the office of Greenshields
and Everest, Sixth and Broadway.
These magnificent land products were brought from what is known as Tho Gibson
Company land in the old central section of . Ihe San Luis Valley, wherein lies tho best land
values in Colorado.
This Land is being Sold by the Owners. You Save
the Agent's Commission. Here the Star of Hope
Shines Brightly for the Han of Limited Capital
SOME FACTS: We have cleared, plowed and built ditches to the land. Is undor
a reservoir and water, rights tested by 20. years', use. Is adjoining railroad station. A
new sugar factory in the valley.
The land sells at $50.00 per acre-one -tenth cash. Youltyay
interest ONLY at the end of the first year. At the end of the
second year you pay one-seventh of the balance. Interest 6.
One of these
l yours If you will soruro two
subscriptions to a weekly '
' , ' magazine.
WRITE FOR LITERATURE AND FULL INFORMATION.
C. A. ROBINSON,
1 First Nat l Bank Bldg., Denver, Colo.
R. S. SHAHAN,
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A TRIUMPH IN THE ART OF BREWING
THE LEADING BEER
IN THE MIDDLE WEST
Faioily Tram Supplied by
Jhaa. Hon, Pbones Webster
I20U; Udependeni U-ld 1.
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irST AliO KEAITH TO MOTHER AHD CHILD.'"
Va.WiMSLew's SooTRiMa Bvarr ha hrm
aij(iovft blXTY YKAKb by MILLIONS ol
MOTHEKft .'or their CHII.tiHkN U Him
IKKTHINO, witli fEUHiCT bt;CCEbrt. It
POOTHES the CHILD, KOFTKNS Iht GUMS.
ALLAYS 'l t AIN CURLS WIND COLIC, snd
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The Sunday Bee
LeTe Tear Valuables
Unprotected in the home The
Fire that burns, or the Burglar
who steals Is a constant menace
to Jewelry, Silverware, your Will,
Deeds or other important Papers.
Our great Steel Vaults are a
constant source of protection and
the oost of a 8afe Deposit Box
therein Is but from $3 00 upwards
Omaha Saft Dtptslt & Trust Co.
Street Level Entrance to Vaults.
1114 Faraam St.
With Happy Hooligan, LittU
Nemo, the Katzenjammer Kids
and the whole interesting jam.)
tJUS 8-rAV MISSION CLOCK
... .... t i laiuiHiiea kiln.
numerals, large brass i,iwi,.i,,.
disk and uriininnuil eldn weights
cup inn HiriKen the j!alf Lour
and catriedral -ong on the hour
blZK 2xli, la jours at no casii
coat to yon.
A Kuperb Xnias Olfu,
A rerfect Tiiuekerper
A liandaome objert of American
art. aultahl. for tl.e finest hom.
If we hear from you before Nov.
i u X snijipsa ueo
w. .-mi., 'ur name aari
dreas ani w will tell you
to An tn qai 11
It Is worth tli
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THK OMAHA iiKK
h road. by poojilo who wants
cold fucts in news that is news.
Have Plenty of Time
for Sending in Answers
Many Are Entering Now!
COUPONS AND CATALOGUE MAY BE
HAD AT BUSINESS OFFICE OF THE
BEE. COUPONS SELL FOR ONE CENT
EACH, SET 75 CENTS. THE TITLE CATA
LOGUE, CONTAINING ANSWERS TO ALL
THE PUZZLES, SELLS FOR 25 CENTS; .
30 CENTS BY MAIL. ALL ORDERS MUST
BE ACCOMPANIED BY REMITTANCES.
A $2,000.00 Famed
A Speedy Car
A Strong Car
A Hill Car
This 5-passenger 1911 Model
White Steamer Touring Car odor
less, smokeless and noisless is in
the tenth year of its success. No
car has stood the test of time with
necessity of fewer changes. For
stability in construction as Well" as
in purpose and performance, the
White Steamer has held a high
place in the minds of the motoring
public. This car needs no cranking
nor shifting of gears to get any de
sired speed. The increasing num
ber of White Steamer cars being
sold each succeeding year, together
with the practical endorsement of
the U. S. government, which owns
and operates more Whites than all
other makes combined, is sufficient
guarantee of high quality.
CAR OH EXEIIBITIOn AT
18th and Harney Streets
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