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    TIIE HEB: OMAHA. THllHSPAY. NOVKMIIF.lt. !i. 1911.
They Came Early to the State Teachers' Convention
OMAHA'S ONLY MOPUHX CI.()TIU(i 8TOHE.
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In tho buying oT undort'lothinf? quality doosn't mcoivo,
n rule, Iho consideration duo it. For that matter, tho fit of the
garment doosn't cither. It's a rato thinp to find a store that
pays more attention to underwear quality than to underwear
profit. It is also n rare tiling to find a foreo of clerks who aro
as anxious to fit you as to pell you. 1'oth thoso raro 1hina;a aro
found here. aA us underelolho you and you'll bo satisfactorily
uiMlorclothed.
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GROUP OF NEBRASKA SUPERINTENDENTS AND PRINCIPALS WHO ilET WEDNESDAY MORNINO AT THE Y. V. C. A.
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HAAS CASE BEFORE COURT
Important' Insurance Litigation in
High Tribunal.
INVOLVES FINAL. PAYMENTS
KallwaT CominiiMio. Aakcd to Step
,ln ind Force Cozad Cannl Ao
elation to Clmnro Its
Tactics.
(From a Stff CorrefpondMit.)
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. S.-(8pec!al.)
The rase of Mrs. Ida L. Haa of Omaha
o gainst the Mutual Life Insurance com
pany of New York was argued and sub
muted to the state supreme court today.
The case Is of unusual Importance, as It
involves the rights of forfelturo of an
Insurance policy tor non-payment of
premiums.
Mrs. Haas Is suing the New York com
pany on .two policies on the, lite of her'
husband, Andrew Haas, who dlod nine
years ago. The oasa was before the su
preme court several years Ago on demur
rer, and the Omaha woman won a
sweeping victory. It was sent hack for
trial anil Mrs. Haas is again the appel
lant. In 1906 Haas took out two policies and
on one he paid four annual payments
and on the other three. He failed to
tnake the payments due between the
dates of the last payments and his death.
After his death his widow sued the com
pany, first tendering the amount of the
back premiums.
The company insists that the failure of
Haas to make the payments when due
forfeited the policies. The widow claims
that there was no express provision that
forfeiture should follow non-payment.
Furthermore, she claims her husband
had enough money on deposit with the
company aa reserve to carry the policies,
oven though he neglected to meet tho
premiums.
Irrigation Complaint.
Tn the first complaint brought to the
State Railway commission under a new
law whloh puts the regulation ot irri
gation and water power companies tn
the hands ot that body, C. E. Ilala as
serts that the Cozad Canal company is
;-Hot giving proper service to its patrons.
The new law Was passed at the last
session of the state legislature and vir
tually . sets out all irrigation companies
'as common carriers similar to the stock
Sards bill passed at the same session,
Erdraan's Appeal Piled.
The appeal of Frank Erdman from a
fifteen-year sentence for attempting to
blow up the residence of Thomas Derml
tton was submitted to the state supreme
court today.
NEBRASKA CITY NEWS NOTES
Coroner Holds Inquest on noily of
William laTtfe Msrdtr
Theory Advanced.
NEBRASKA CITY, Nov. .-(Spec!al.)
Coroner Herman Karstens last evening
prior to the holding of the funeral 'of
(William Savage, who lost his life by
falling from a barge Into the Missouri
river, impaneled a Jury and had them
view the body. This was done at the
urgent request of the family, who are
inclined to the belief that Mr. Bavage
met bis death other than by accidental
death. Blood was found on the barge
from which he fell, but no one was there
as far as can be learned when he made
the misstep. Only a slight brulne can
be found on the head ot the body.
Deputy Fire Warden Ed Williams, who
has been here since Sunday evening In
vestigating the origin of the fire at the
WaUon hotel, Is still working on the
case. Ihe hotel was insured for (18,000
CARELESS ABOUT AP
PENDICITIS IN OMAHA
Many Omaha people have stomach or
bowel trouble which Is likely to turn Into
appendicitis. If you have constipation,
sour stomach, or gas on the stomach, try
simple buckhorn bark, glycerine, etc, as
compounded In Adler-i ka, the new Ger
man appendicitis remedy. The Sherman
McConnell Drug Co. Cor. 16th and
Dodge, Cor. 10th and Harney, Cor. tlth
and Farnam, 207- North lfith St.. states
that A SINGLE DOEK of this simple
remedy rslleves bowel or stomach trouble
almost INSTANTLT.
WELL KNOWN PRIEST WHO IS
KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT.
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REV. WILLIAM MURPHY.
BURY PRIESAT LINCOLN
Father William Murphy's Funertil to
Bo Held There.
BISHOP TIHEN TO OFFICIATE
Head of Diocese Sends Letter of Con
dolence from Dnbnqne Further
Detail of Accident nosing
rrtest'a Death', .
and the furniture and furnishings . for
3,0CO. He is inclined to., the belief that
the hotel was set on fire and he Is try
ing to ascertain who did It and for what
purpose.
Somewhat of a stir was made at the
council meeting last evening when Mayor
O. C. Morton Informed that body that
ho and the city attorney had been having
an Omaha detective here ' for several
weeks looking after law violators and
more especially the violators of the Sun
day law regarding saloons and othor
things. Tbe evidence he had collected
has been placed in the hands of the
county attorney and It Is expected ar
rests will' follow In a few days.
A 9-year-old son of Robert Burns left
school as usual Monday afternoon and
when he failed to appear at home at
the - usual hour his mother became
alarmed and all of the neighbors turned
out to search for htm and the police
Joined them. His ' father, who was In
Omaha, was telephoned to and he secured
the aid of the police and they soon lo
cated the young man at the polloe head
quarters, where he had been' taken by an
officer who found him crying at the de
pot. vHe refused to explain why he loft
home or how he got to Omaha.
Judge H. D. Travis opened the Novem
ber term of the dlstiict court here today
and called the docket, after which he sot
all cases for hearing. The petit Jury
has been called for next Monday, when
the criminal cases will come up for trial.
Dr. Don C. Ayres, "chief Inspector for
the government at the packing house
here, has resigned and left today for his
new home near Walla Walla, Wash.,
where he has purchased a fruit ranch.
He Is succeeded by Dr. C. 1L Herrold.
Dr. Ayres was In charge of the bureau
of animal Industry at South Omaha for
a number of years and was assigned to
duty here about two years ago.
DEATH RECORD.
Mrs. Isabella Taylor.
TABLE ROCK, Neb., Nov. (Special.)
Mrs. Isabella Taylor, the oldest person
tn Table Rock, died at the residence of
her daughter, Mrs. Jennie I. Mlllor, presi
dent of the State Rank of Table Rock, ot
6:30 Monday evening.' She celebrated her
ninetieth birth lay at the residence of
her daughter, August IS. Isabella Robert
son was born in Orkney, Scotland, Au
gust 18, 1S21. She came to America In
early life and was married to Robert
Taylor -In Wilkesbarre. Pa., October 11,
1S10. They moved to Pawnee county In
1857. Her husband, Robert Taylor, died
July SO, 19C1. Funeral services were held
today at 1 p.' m. at the Presbyterian
church In Table Rock.
. Mrs. Minnie Felaner.
WEST POINT, Neb., Nov. 8.-(Special.)
The body of Mrs. Minnie Feigner, a
resident of West Point, was brought to
the city Saturday from Omaha, where
she r"riuay evening at the Oeneral
hospital. She was the wife of Fran
Feigner, a respected cltlsen of West
Point, and was 66 years of age. She la
survived by a husband and cine daughter,
Mrs. Rudolph Porath of this city. - The
cause of the death was gall stones. The
body was Interred today In the Pebble
Creek cemetery at Scrlbner.
William Clark Raasell.
LONDON, Nov. I-Wllliam Clark Rus
sell, the writer of stories of the sea, diet
today. He had been bedridden since last
April. Mr. Russell was born In New
York In UH,
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov, 8. (Special.)
Father Bradley, pastor of Pt. Theresa's
pro-cathedral, announced this afternoon
that the funeral of Father Wllllnm Mur
phy, who was killed in an onto accident
at Beaver crossing lost night, will be
held In Lincoln. No definite date has
been set for the funeral, but It will prob
ably be held Friday morning at 10 o'clock
In Pt. Theresa's pro-cathedral.
Bishop Tilhen will officiate at the fun
eral. Burial will be In Calvary cemetery, cast
of the city.
Bishop Tihen has sent the following
message from Dubuque, la.:
, "Thq bishop and priests of the diocese
of Lincoln feel InexpreBsnble sad over the
sudden and traglo death of Father Mur
phy. '. Only lately had they been rejoiced
by his reconciliation to the church which
reconciliation now brings double gratifi
cation, to his many friends. The diocese
deplores his loss. From priests and peo
ple everywhere there will ascend to the
throne of divine Mercy affectionate and
heartfelt prayers for the repose of his
eoul. ' May he rest In pen.ee.
. "J. HENRY TIHEN,
"Bishop of Lincoln."
Father Murphy was- returning home
from Seward by way of Utlca. In the
auto with him were his housekeeper,
Miss Mary Barrett, and Father Tour
gebn of York, Neb. When near Beaver
Crossing, at 7 o'clock, they met a buggy
with two men occupants and the auto
wns turned suddenly to one side to es
cape a collision and on account of the
steep embankment was completely turned
over, and then righted itself, down the
embankment.
Father Murphy was thrown on his head,
crushing the chest and causing Internal
Injuries to the head. His friends tele
phoned to Beaver Crossing from u nearby
farmhouse and Dr. O. W. Doty went to
the scene Immediately in his auto, carry
ing the Injured man to his home, where
he died at 11 o'clock, without regaining
consciousness. It was thought by thoso
presen; Father Murphy was thrown over
the stee.VK wheel and that the auto fell
on top ot Nm as it rolled down the em
bankment. lXther Tourgeon received a
Blight bruise on the head. Miss Barrett
escaped uninjured. rhe two men in the
buggy did not stop. The are unknown.
by an automobile driven by L. O. Kurti
of West Point, Is still In a very serious
condition. Dr. J. P. Lcrd of Umali.i was
called In Saturday ovenlng and performed
an operation on the skull of Mr. Beaver,
removing thence a piece of, bone as largi
as a silver dollar. No blame attaches to
anyone, the unfortunate affair being, ap
parently, purely accidental.
('main Pioneer Critically III.
WEST lOINT, Neb., Nov. (.-(Special.)
Jacob I''. Ixisch, a pioneer lawyer of
Weat Point, Is lying at his residence In
a very grave condition, the result of a
paralytic stroke sustained last week.
Mr. Loech has been In falling health for
some months past and ot late his malady
has been Increasing. His condition at
this time Is so serious that the Immediate
members of bis family have been sum
monad to his bedside. Mr. Losch Is the
father-in-law of N. A. Huse, proprietor
of the Norfolk News.
Bearer Still in Critical Condition.
WEST POINT, Nch., Nov. 8.-(Kpeclal )
Postmaster James A. Beaver of rVrlb
ner, who was run down on Friday night
To Shrink a Fltshy,
Flabby, Bloated Face
(From Happy Homes.)
' The woman whose face has a bloated
appearance at times, particularly upon
arising, aa well as she whose face is
permanently over-fleshy or flabby, should
use the saxollte solutton. This Is made
b,y dissolving 1 ox. powdered saxollte In
Pint wltch-haxel, Inexpensive Ingredi
ents which any drurglst ran supply. Use
as a wash lotion. There Is nothing bet
tor to reduce the fae to a normal con
dition. The loose skin shrinks, bagglness
and wrinkles are Ironed out. Not only
does the effect quickly show In one's Im
proved appears nee, but there Is also a
comfortable feeling of firmness and
smugness.
This treatment Is far superior to' mas
sage. The latter, aa a matter ot fact,
can afford but temporary relief, and Its
continuance tends to break down the
muscular tissue and " aggravate the
trouble. Adv,
OMAHA LADIES
SAY IT'S GREAT
Omaha ladles are delljrhted with Min
nesota" macarjnl and spaghetti. Even
people who never liked these foods be
fore, are charmed wltl tho delicious, nut
like flavor of the "Minnesota" brand.
Good macaroni and spaghetti are the
most nourishing foods known, and they
can be prepared In so many delightful
ways that no one ever tires of them,
They agree with any stomach, and a
family will feet much better If they eat
less meat and more macaroni and spag
hetti. But If you want that rich, nut-like
flavor be sure and get the delicious
'Minnesota" '-jrand macaroni or.spathetti
made from the finest? Northcrtn Durum
wheat, with all the nourishing Oluten
left In, It Is easily digested and never
gets soggy. All good Omaha grocers eell
it.
Shoe
Coiriiort
For Men
After coin .on your foot HI
day what part of your body l It
that nooda tho most rent? Your
foot, of course.
bne-1inlf of a fatlguo In
standlnB; or walking, however,
comet from wrongly constructed
hoes.
Wo hftvo n Una of Shoes that
aro mad for tho comfort re
quirement ot th man with tired
feet.
Here's Solid Comfort
Tlipeo shoos come In strong,
durable leatherg, kid or colt
mailo In lasts to limure comfort.
Try a pair -of theso comfort
brltiRers and your foot aches
and pains will disappear. .
Trice, $4.00. Slzos 0 to 12.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
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During the coming week we
are making two exceptionally
strong offers for tbe visiting teachers, to whom we extend a moat
cordial welcome. We assure these teachers that no place In the
city can they find values equal to these.
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Coats Suits $10 "J $15
Actually Wor:h $2S and 535
$25 and $35 Dr.sszs Suitable for Any Occasion
$10, $15, $19.50
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people Ike. This is the bakery that en'
ti'.'nT.'m b",r" thba" the br.ad ,h,
pe,p e like. 'I he people of Omaha are the
peop e that snsta n the bakery that emSloli
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like, llemember. its Tip Top bread.
5c at all grocera
V. 9. BT2AM BAKIWO COMPACT
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It has been on such a foundation as
this, that our reputation has been made.
The buying of pood furniture that ss
really worth while requires a knowledge of
its manufacture. A cheaply constructed
.sideboard or bureau may be made to look
good to the uninitiated by means of its
finish. Everybody has had experience with
buying shams of this kind.
That's where with our knowledge of
manufacture we offer n service that means
more than simply buying and selling. ,
For that reason we recognize in ' Berkey
& Gay Furniture, which we sell exclusively,
full Value for whatever price is paid whether
if is the Flanders stool at $2.50 or the: Shera
ton Dining Room Suite at $250.00 and back
of this furniture is the reputation and the
financial strength of the largest furniture
manufacturer in America.
Come in and see these offerings.
Rcxular
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Mission Arm Chair, Spanish leather seat and
b '.83.00
Fumed Oak PcbIc Jii.oo
Bofa nod, mahogany . . ,' , 78.00
Davenport Bora, golden oak 33.00
Bofa, gonulne leather .... loo. 00
Wing Arm Chair or Rocker, solid mahogany,
upholstered lo.oo
Davenport, mahogany, dcnlm cover
Toilet Mirror, .mahogany
Chlfforobe, golden oak
Mahogany Poster Bed
Dressing Table, solid mahogany
Napoleon Bed,, mahogany ,,,.,,
Dresser, bird's eye meplo.
87.00
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