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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1911)
Artistically, Musically and
No other piano can com pare with
the 8TE1NWAY. It is the OXLY
known in every city, vintage and
globe. This reputation, could only
through merit All the advertising in the world the expenditure
of million would be of no avail if the article advertised failed to
make good. Every make of instrument we advertise for sale is
. represented In our advertisements to be EXACTLY the value we
claim. Our motto of honest value and square dealing has developed
our business to one of the very large-it Ptano Businesses In America.
Our Holiday Shipments of STEINWAYS are arriving daily.
Wa extend a cordial invitation to all to visit our STEIN'WAY PA1L
LOICS on the Third Floor of our building, where the largest and
finest display of three superb instruments ever shipped to Omaha
is on exhibition. If you are unable to call, please write for our free
Illustrated catalogue, prices and terras. Your credit Is good. Open
an account with us, no matter where you reside.
j SCiOLLER & MUELLER PIANO CO.
J Manufacturers, Wholesalers, Retailers. 1311-1313 Faanam St.
CHARITIES SOCIETY ELECTS
C. T. Konntze is Made Vice Presi
dent and Treaseurer.
. W. DIXON IS THE PRESIDENT
!! Ida Joats, General Secretary,
Telia of the Work for Last
Year, Which Una Been
With the exception of Thomas F. Stur
ess the Associated Charities of Omaha
xe-elected their old officers. Mr. Sturgess
declining- to serve another term as direc
tor and treasurer. Tha poaltlon of treas
urer and vice president was combined,
lessening the directory by one. Tha fol
lowing officers and directors were
President, E. W. Dixon.
V ice president and treasurer,
Secretary, Mrs. Draper Smith.
Directors, K. C. Earton, C. C.
A. D. Brandeis, E. W. Dix6n,
Blowe. Rev. P. A. McOovern,
, C. T.
xountze. J. A. aiunroe, Mrs.
Jsmitt and John C. Wharton.
Miss Ida V. Jonts, tho general secre
tary, read her report which was ap
proved after a discussion. The Increased
work of tha last year over the previous
year was large due to the fact that the
Charities now make Investigation of casus
tor the county.
Miaa Jotits reported on her recent rin
so ins ,ternatlonalfrurity congress at
Columbus, O ," and the National Women's
Christian Teraperairee union at Milwau
kee, Wis. '. . : .
l'riaay afternoon at 8 a:cloc!t In the
city oounoll chamber the monthly con
ference will bo held to which the publio
Is invited. Health Commissioner It. W.
.uuui win aiscuss the purposes of the
new emergency hospital which was nr
sented to the city by Miss Anna Wilson
and ths Creche and the Old People's
iome win be represented and Informs
lion about them given.
An eleven-room frame dwellinr nf !mn
pavenport street was partially destroyed
y flro at 1:30 Saturday afternoon. The
fire originated In tho basement from an
iverheated furnace. Three women and a
1-year-old baby were driven out into the
told. They were Mrs. A. Lennlhan and
er daughter, Frances; Mrs. Helen Carter
Mid her baby.
The building Is owned by R. T,. Carter,
tut he could not be located this afterl
poon by the fire department. An esti
mate of about I2.0C0 was placed on the
loss. The fire, although small, was hard
lo fight. The gale which blew from tho
orth fanned the fire to such en extent
that for awhll it seemed as though the
place would be totally destroyed. The
KcupanU wero not injured.
Birthday of King
TesterUay was the birthday of Victor
Emanuel III, king of Italy. In honor of
tha.t event the Italian flag was thrown
o the breete at tho office of Consular
Agent A. Venuto, Mo Brown block. The
ptallan colon , through' Its consular agent,
Mr. Venuto. also sent greeting to their
Italian brothers In Tripoli, congratulating
them upon their valorous efforts In be
$alf of the fatherland.
Persistent Adverl.ulng Is the I load
Get Th s for Colds
Prescription for FoaltlTe Besults
"From your drutsttfst get two ounces
f Glycerine and l.a.f an nunco of c'on
rantraied Pine Compound. Take thefe
'two Ingredients home Slid put them Into
t half pint of fc-'..(! whiskey. .hake
(veil. Tako cna to two teuspnonf ils
ifier each meiU and at bed time. Smaller
Soles to children acoriling to ago.'
his is said to be the cU.kejt ou'i
Mid cold cure known to the medical
profession, he sure to get only the
jrenulne (Globe) Concentrated line.
Each half ounce bottle comes in a tin
K'rew-top sealed case, tr your druggist
a out of stock he will quickly get It
trom his wholesale house. Don't fool
1th uncertain mixtures. It is risky.
Local druggists aay that for the past
Ux years thia had had a wonderful
Ian land. Adv.
Here Is Quickest
and auresi cure
known for corns.
froat-bites, sweaty and S'hing feei.
Two lablespoonfuls of Caloclde com
pound in hot foot-bath, gives Instant
relief and If rpated daily for a rhoi
roe, permanent cure results, (let e
o box of this remarkable Caloc d
rora any druggist or direct from Me.
csl Formula laboratories of Chicag
11 A No
fiamlet of tho
have been secured
Jackie's Fine to
Save His Rating
BOSTON, Mass., Nov. 10. In the de
trillion pen of the criminal court to
day. Jack Dawson, man'o-warsman, sat
dejected with a Jail sentence in pros
pect because he lacked Jo to pay a fine
for having been too boisterous. To a
convicted thief In the pen with him. he
confided his troubles, adding "the worst
of It Is that my enlistment Is about up
and I'll lose my rating."
The thief took up a collection among
some companions in the pen and handed
the sailor $5.20, explaining "me and my
pals wont have much uko for coin for
some months to come, so take the stuff
The sailor paid his fine and was dis
charged. Ills benefactors went to jail.
Athletes in Grades
Grade youngsters will work harder this
week to add a couple of Inches to their
jumps and to chin the bar an extra time
or two, slnco the teachers of the state
and of Omaha have put so much stress
upon the physical side of school life.
The testa In the running high jump
will be finished within the next two
weeks and R. I Cams, superintendent of
athletics, who has charge of the fall ath
lotlo work, Is well pleased with the show
tng the youngsters are making. Lothrop
had the best jumpers In the standing
broad jump, a total of IIS boys at that
school passing the required tests. How
ever, iveuom ana central schools are
showing up strong in the tests now
going on and they bid fair to give the
Lothrop athletes a close contest In the
runr.lng high Jump.
The publio schools' athletic meet will
be held out of doors next spring Instead
of at tho ,Young Men's Christian associa
tion gymnasium and the Auditorium, as
in former years. The preliminaries and
finals will be held on one day. As yet.
no grounds for holding this meet have
been secured, but on account of the Im
mense attendance of these contests the
only adequate place in the city for hold
ing the meet, out of doors would be
Rourke park. ;
CONTRmuiumo iu rat;
FOR JJEW RADIATORS
Just as the Board of County Commis
sioners was about to adopt a resolution
that practically would have been a pres
ent of $200 to Culdwell &. Drake, general
contractors on the new county building,
the flaw was discovered.
It was on the proposition of hearing the
now county building. Commissioner Bed
ford had I.egoilaled with Caldwell &
Drake to find -fc way out of tho heating
muddle and thought he had found it.
I'nder his direction a resolution wus pre
pared under which tho county should
heat the new building and Caldwell &
Drake should reimburse It, except for luO
ludiatoia. which would be installed at
the county's expense, at $3 each. Com
missioner Plckard . objected to the
county's paying for the radiators. Cora
rntssioner I,ynch added his protest. Com
missioner Jvisasser, who moved the
adoption of tho resolution, withdrew his
motion. Architect I.atenser. County At
lorney t-HKiisn ami lister Drake, of
Caldwell & Drake, were summoned.
I nder pressure of the county board and
Latenser and English, Mr. Drake agreed
to pay for such rail lu. tors as are needed
for tho heating, while the building still
is in process or construction.
TRIES TO SELL LAND TO
FOOT BALL' CAPTAIN
A man knocked at the door of Harry
juiuan, mo soum i nirty-thlrd street
Krlduy, and told Mrs. Jordan he came to
lell some California land to "Mr. Jack
Ho was about six feet two inches tall.
He was told that "Mr. Jack Jordan"
was about four feet and a half tall
was 10 years old and was at that time
playing foot ball. Jack, on visiting the
recent Omaha Land show, had written
his name on a visitors' register at tha
i alifornla booth.
"I didn't have time to talk with that
fellow, any way." said Jack, on return
ing home. "The Park Bchool Juniors
Just beat the Windsor Seconds, t o 0,
ana i m capuiin or the Jonlors."
s . .
Prof. J. W. Crabtree. ex-state auperln.
tendent of public disci Ji-tlon; Jam. h K
1:iz-iI. tlate cuiif rintendriit of public
Instruction, and Prof. W. N. D.-lzell of
tho i'tiu Normal tcliool, were guints of
Willlum K, Dal hlle in the rno at.
I .U.Uilig lliu Mulu icacliera association
t The key to success in business is ths
.udlclous a'nd persistent use of newspaper
HAYDEN BROS, BID LOWEST
Commissioner Open Bids for Fur
nishing New Court House.
DISPLAYS TO BE INSPECTED
Dlda A re II rf erred te the Coanty
llerk fr Tabulation and M ill
He Taken I for onld-
eratloa Nest Week.
Ilaydcn Uros.' gcnerttl bid for furnish
ing the new county building was found
to be tho lowest when the flenrd o.
County Commissioners opened the bids.
lowever, the bids were so numerous an i
varied that It was impossible thoroughly
to understand them. They wero referred
to the county clerk for1 tabulation and
will be considered by tho committee of
the whole This week the commissioners
will Inspect displays offered by the sev
eral bidders to give Ideas of what fur
nishing they offer.
The county board called for bids as fol
lows: 1. Counters, cashiers' ruges nnd
other permanent fixtures. 2. Same as 1.
with steel substituted for word. 3.
IJbrary stacks, book cases, filing cabi
net, etc. 4. Chairs, desks and other fur
nishings not Included In 1, 2 and S. 5.
hump bid. Including 1, 2. 3, 4 and S. .
Supplementary to 5, calling for higher
The bids are as follows:
Ilayden Bros. 1, :).8i51: 2, SH.SfiS; 3,
I15.W0; 4, $:U:6; 5, 172.500; . J10I.W1.
. A. II. Andrews Company 1, IW.SIM; 2.
$33,253; 3, J16,400 ; 4, $49,111; 5, JT..S14; ,
Orchard & Wilhelm Carpet Co. 1,
M4.728; 2, $49,728; 8, $15,400 ; 4, $I4,0W; 6.
Omuha Printing Company 1, $.1.J:6; 2.
$27,377; C, $1S,277 ; 4. $50,9;; 5, $'.'.U9; ti,
M. Ohmer Suns Company 4.' $w.909.
Steel Fixture Manufacturing Company
f. $10,432; 3, $15,303.
- Miller, .Stewart A Beaton Bid of $17,923
to furnish certain Items. No bid offered
on regular general or separate specifi
cations. All May Enter the
Trade Mark Contest
The trademark contest of the Omaha
Manufacturers' association is open to
loe world, and the man, woman or child
lit Kennebunk or Tucson who submits a
good design will have tho same chance
of capturing the $500 worth of prizes
that an Omahan will have. '
Already designs have been received
from as far away as Mlllsvllle, 8. 1.
The designs received to date, however,
are to be returned because they do not
conform to the rules of the contest,
which were announced Friday.
Free Wood May Be
Had for the -Asking
People, In actual need of fuel may get
free wood If they can find someono to
haul tt for them. All they have to' do Is
to call at the office of the Charles E.
Williamson company, Sixteenth and
Dodge streets, wno are clearing u few
acres In the outskirts of Omaha snd
wants to give" away the wood to worthy
WILLIAM FRANCIS STEWART
AN ORDERLY YOUNG. MAN
William Francis Stewart, who enlisted
In the United States navy Friday, is not
the recruit who was redeemed from a life
of sin, as was stated in The Bee Friday
afternoon. Stewart Is an orderly young
man and has never been a frequenter of
SUFFERED FOR YEARS
OWE HEALTH TO PE-RU-NA.
Many a matron has lengthened tha
days of her comely appearance by
taking Peruna. To be beautiful, the
body mutt be kept clean internally
aa well aa externally. Peruna pro
duces clean mucous membranes, the
baaia of facial symmetry, and a
clear, healthy complexion. '
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Mrs. O. I. itouinhoii. 3d BL Ktllx Street, Ifrooklyn. N. Y.. writes:
'! kava takss Parana and It did me more good than all my two years'
treatment toy apaclal phyelolans. I can really say that I fasl like another
peraou. Wo more swollen feet and limbs. Ho more bloating of the abdomen.
o more shortness of breatn. Mo more stiff and sore Joints. Ton have no
Idea what your treatment has done for ma. It certainly has prolonged my
Ufa and made a saw woman of me."
IIE CELEBRATED HIS SEVENTY
FIFTH BIRTHDAY FRIDAY.
. . .-. - -.. ..
, " Xt .Mr,
A. el. VHOMAN.
27 Bcward iStieet.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Have Boot Prist It.
Egyptian Chocolates 80c, Myers-Dillon.
Oaa, Tleo. Fixtures. urrese-areaen.
Out. Meh. Wki, Maeh. deslgn're, blare.
Keep Tour Money and Valuables In the
American Safe Deposit vaults In The lice
building. Uoxes rent for $3 per year.
Two WgjUB Ask DlToree Mollle
Cummlngs, has started suit for divorce
against Charles O. Cummlngs In district
court. Ullle M. Tucker started suit for
divorce against John Tucker..
Teamster Ooee to Roc Jrtle K.d Iear
was sentonced to fifteen days on the
rock pile by Judge Crawford on a chargo
nf nmheislemont. Liear Is alleged to
have embeixled $23 from his employer,
Isaao I..evy. for whom he was working
as a teamster.
Prleonera Plead Not Oullty Joseph
Mullen, charged with breaking and en
tering, and grand larceny, and Alexander
Smith, charged with breaking and enter
ing, pleaded not guilty when arraigned In
criminal court. They will be tried some
tlmo in December.
ZUsort Keeper Tined A raid on1 Boll
Daniels' resort at 623 South Thirteenth
street netted tho city $70 In fines. Tho
plates, and other paraphernalia were do-
house by Sergeant Slgwart. ISclI Dan
iels was fined $50 and costs and four
inmates $5 and costs each.
Two Trains Discontinued Notice has
been received rt the Omaha railroad
offices that the Denver & Rio Grande-
Western Pacific, Denver to the coust
business has been curtailed to the ex
tent of the discontinuance of the two
best trains, Nos. 7 and 8. As neither
of the roads have offices here, no one Is
able to explain why tlio move has been
made. The tlo-up of the Denver &. Ulo
Grande and Western Pacific occurred
about sixty days ago, when the latter
road dropped the Burlington through
car service and formod an alliance with
the Southern Pacific. After that nnd
until now Denver passengers desiring
through car service west went over toe
Old Philippine Stamps -rostmaster
Thomas has received a number of post
Age stamps printed In the Philippine Is
lands In 1898, when , George . Emtio
Aguinaldo declared himself president o.f
the Philippine Island Republic. I-atrr,
when the Cnlted States troops took pos
session of the Phlllpp lies, the stamps,
plates, and other paraphernalia were de
stroyed. In soma manner a few of the
stamps escaped and Mr. Thomas' friend
has sent blm three or four for souve
uters. During tho world's fair at St.
Louis an attempt was made to secure
some of the Aguinaldo stamps, but the
attempt proved fruitless.
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MISS NETTIE E.B06AR0US
Mrs. George C. Worstell, 11 River
Road, Clarksburg, W. Va., writes:
"I can truly say I have hocn much
benefited by the ube of I'eruua. I
feel better than I have for two years.
It Is ths best medicine that I know
for Internal catarrh. When I be
gan taking I'eruna I could see that
before I had finished taking the first
bottle It was doing me good.''
Mlsa Nettle K Dogardun, R. F. 1).
21, Weatfleld. N. Y., writes:
"I have been a great sufferer from
sick headaches, but am now entirely
free from that trouble. I have not
felt so well In ten yeara as I do now.
"I would recommend I'eruna and
Manalln to all sufferers."
, Gained Appetite and atreng-ta.
Miss Julia Hutler, Appteton, Wis.,
writes: "My elster advised me to
try I'eruna. I took your treatment
and my appetite returned speedily.
I gained strength and flesh and am
lu perfect health.'1
MISS MAJORIE SMITH
WEDS EDWARD L. HOYT
The culmination of a courtship extend
ln over a period of several years was
reached when the wedding of Miss Mar
JoHe Smith nnd Kriward I., lloyt, son pf
TnlttHl State Iilstrlct Clrrk lloyt, was
solemnised Thursday night at the home
of the bride's parents at 3004 Marry ave
nue. Only a few Intimate friends of the
family were Invited to attend the wed.
ding, the beauty of which lay In Its sim
plicity. The bride Is a charming young woman
who lias lived In Omaha nearly all of
ur Prices Are LOWEST-
And This List PROVE
It Doesn't Cost a PENNY More to Secure
Automobile Outfits. .
lied Bpreatts, rotton. .
lied apreaua, lace. . . .
Billiard table rovers.
IllanketH, per pair. . .
Coats, ladles', short. .
Coats, ladles' long. . .
Couch covers , .
Curtains, chenlllfh, pr.
Curtains, madras, pr .
Curtains, velvet, pr. .
Curtains, laco, pair. .
Ureases, silk & satin .
Dresses, lace, chiffon .
, Dresses, party
Dresses, dinner. . . . ,
Dresses, lawn, muslin
Dresses, pongee. . . .
Flags, according size
Furs, collarette3. . . ,
Furs, mountings. . .
Furs, caps ,
Hats, felt .
Infants' wardrobe. .
COAT COLLAIW, velvet,
put on low as $1.25
SLKF.VK LININGS, men's
siuk routs low as 7t
8LKKVK LININGS la
dies' silk, low as .50
Dresher will clean your 'OTH)
Necktie or pair of Gloves
Present this OMAHA UKE coupon at any of Drosher Bros.' establishments before November
18, 1911, and have a NECKTIE or PAIR OF GLOVES cleaned FREE OF CHARGE. . Coupon must
bo cut out, signed, and your address filled in. The coupon and gloves or tie may be left at
Dresher Bros.' Dry Cleaning Plant at 221 1-22 1 3 Farnani St., at Dresher Bros.' branch receiv
ing statlou In the Pompelan Room at The Brandels Stores, or ut Dresher The Tailors, 1515
Farnani St. (Coupon will not be accepted from children. )
g Dry CleanersPy em
2211-2213 Farnam Street, Omaha
Phone Tyler 1300 or Auto A-221 5. Up-town stations in Pom
peian Room of Brandeis Stores or at Dresher, The Tailors, 1515
Farnam Street. Dresher pays expre s charges one way en all
JJ out-ot-town orders
her life, and she has a wide circlo of
friends amorg ths younger set. The
groom Is employed by the Omaha Klectrlo
l.lsht and Tower company In a responsi
ble position. A pretty home has been
furnished by ths groom and the couple
will settle down to housekeeping Im
mediately. LITTLE GIRL MISTAKEN
FOR DEER AND KILLED
COCPF.UAY. Wis.. Nov. U.-Mlstaken,
It Is supposed, for a der, Jerdit Sundberg,
aged 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Sundberg, was shot and killed today. The
hunter could not be fnuml
America's VERY Finest Grade of
Dry Cleaning, Dyeing,
Cut out this list. Save itl You'll need itl
76c to $1
Jackets, tailored . . . .
Jackets, smoking. .
are curtains, pair.
1.25 & ill
1.00 & up
lnen table covers.
1.60 & up
2.00 ft up
, 2 00
Party dresses. . . .v.
1.50 & up
1.25 & up
1.50 & up
3.00 ft up
2.50 A up
2.60 ft up
Rugs, 2 Dc sq. yd.
Shawls, wool knit. . .
Khawls, wool, single.
Shawls, wool, double
Slippers, per pair. . .
Sofa Pillow covers. .
1.00 & up
1.60 ft up
1.50 ft up
1.50 ft up
1.50 ft up
1.50 ft up
2.00 ft up
1.50 ft up
1.50 ft up
Suits, gentlemen's. . .
Suits, la lies' tailored.
Suits, corduroy hunt.
Tidies. . . .-,
Underwear, silk suit. .
Waists, phi In wool. . .
Waists, plain silk . . . .
Waists, fancy dress. .
75c & up
75c ft up
SLLKVE LININGS, nio
Iialr for men's overcoats,
low as 81.50
HLKKVK LININGS, satin
or silk, for men's over
coats, low as. . .$2.50
aVUHKS' VKLVET SIITS.
rlesiKMl and pressed, as
Tit I. M MINGS DYKD, we
dye trimmings to match
dresses. Hee samples.
amounting to $3.00 or
FEDERAL OFFICIALS ARE
BACK FROM HUNTING TRIP
t'nlted Plates Judge W. H. MunKef
has returned o Omaha with Marshal
Warner and Circuit Clerk Thummel. after
a three days' hunting trip near Niobrara.
The three federal officials were hunting
for quail only and they report that their
trip was fairly successful.
Alfred Slnnett, the young man arrested
In Hot Springs for forging a postal money
order here last spring, appeared beforo
the Judge to enter a plea of guilty, but
the hearing was postponed until Mon
7Cc & u
2.00 & up
2.50 ft up
20c pr in
25c ft up
1.75 ft up
JACKETS, , low aa $1
Iw as SI. 50
BUTTONS MADE, any
and all kinds made here.
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