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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1911)
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feeatest iale ff Shoes Ever MeM lini Omak
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THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND
THOUSANDS OF PAIRS OF
WOMEN'S, MEN'S AND
CHILDREN'S HIGH CLASS
SHOES AT i PRICE OR LESS
HBftSH dUriifini CftHkfallr roTniffrrmft Wmni S 'MAHlfooiPreiVs
UjliUiiEii k4c;u(miiii ijmos uaiLi iiiJmpiiii ii iwiiii a 'iuiMja.wiar-.
iohx City, la., Rsr at Less TSiaii to-Half Their .-Valac
Every pair of shoes in the Holzberg stock of Sioux City is a late, up-to-date style, the majority of them being- made for tHUit
coming winter's trade. They are all products of America's best makers of shoes and every pair is made of high rade stock .
and is dependable in every way. All sizes and all desirable styles are here ready for your selection in Brandeis' Basement.
CHOOSE MIOM THE ENTIRE
Srl)Clv AT IESS THAN IIAIJ''
Till! PRICES HOLZBEItG GOT
YOU TIIESK SHOES THREE
WEEKS ' AGO IN ' SIOUX
CITY". ' '
All the Ifew FaU 1911 Styles
Hen's and Women's
WORTH $3.50 PAIR
All (he Women's and Men's
$2.50 and $3.00 High Shoes
(All Fall' 1911 Styles)
Unrestricted Choice of This Entire Stock
Women's and Men's Oxfords
WORTH $3, $4, and $5 PAIR,' AT.
All the Boys and Youths $2.50 High Shoes at. .
All the Girls' and Misses' $2.50 High Shoes at. .
All the $2.50 Martha Washington Juliet Shoes. . .
SHOES THAT .YOU COULD
NOT BUY AN YAYUEItE
ELSE FOR A CENT LESS
tHAN $2.50, YOU CAN BUY
atERE THURSDAY FOR
. ! . $1.25 . .
5o Box- ' :
cb, at. . . . .
All the men's 11. BO
Buckle .' Overshoe,
at, a piir , ;
Trm . n
- Rubber, all elusa,
at pair '
All the men'a $1.00
. Rubbers, all sizes,
All the Infant'! Bhees
worth up, to $1.64 a
pair, at pair
59c and 05c
AH the Hen's and
Tomen's High Shoes
fewest Fall and Winter, Styles
i $4 and $5 Pair Values
All the 50o black uad
T7T T TP?STT A
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THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
-Teat"1 . Yse&
ALL THE LEGGINGS
Black Jersey and-chlldren'a Telveta,la
assorted colors. Holiberg's i a
price was $1.00; choice per 'tJjJC"
pair. . . .'. 4 .". . . i ' . "
I1UST GIVE COWS DAILY BATH
Inspector Orders .that Dairy Herds
. Must Be Kejt Clean.- ' . ;
TK3.EE HAIEXN . , KOIITIED
If tl.m Jlalo U Net (ompllrd With
the laiperror nrrlarra that He
Will Itrtnae to laaoe
,. I.leaaea. ' .
Visits U. P. Officials
'City Milk ' Inspect Uonae Ima rulad
that oowa in tlia Ojnalia dairlea muat ba
Klven a bath each Cmy and haa aervad
lha prupriolora Willi uutlce tu get buay.
Some of the cowa an filthy," lie aald.
"and tl.a owura liava not to curry litem
and clean them up r the department
will take Rtepa to notify their ouatomera
aad wain the jmblio. Alio, if the cowa
are ot kept cieaa enoiuth ao that a
rraaoiiable anaurmnte ag-altici linur
milk can be nuuia lhe propriet.tra will be
refuaed a llcnae." ' Three dairymen were
notified that' It their cowa iwwre nut cur
ried aMlilven ,.alior bath before the
next Vhlly visit of the lnapeotur action
would be at mn tarte4 to enforce 'the
Y. W, C. A. YORERS MEET
All Star : Troupe o! Secretaries Talk
to Local Members. '
Ptr ta Vanhtoa ilrewerr.
TANKTON. 8. V., Nor. K.-fpecll
TolTam.) tire at the "uttwenk-UArth
brewry laat nlcht damaged machinery
and brewing ' auppliea to the ipw nt ' ef
It la 'the daty of every expectant
(tnother to prepare her eystetu lor the
coaiinj ol her little one; to avoid as
fit as possible the stigt-ring of such
occasions, and endeavor to pass
jlli rough the crisis with her health
land strength unimpaired. This she
may do through the oe of Mother's
Friend, a remedy that has Ik-cu so
long ia uae, and accomplished so
jniuch good, thai, it 19 .n no eccse aa
experiment, but ft preparation which
(always produces the best results. ' It
is for exernul application and sJ pen
Ict rating in itJ nature as to thoroughly
jlubricate every tuu6cle, nerve and ten
don la vol vd during the period before
tbaby comes. It aids nature by ex
panding the sain and ti issues, relieves
tenderness and soreness, and perfectly
prepares the system Kr natural aud
la&fe motherhood. Mother's Friend
has been Ubed and endorsed by thou
'sands of mothers, and Hi use will
j prove a comfort and a benefit to any
woman ia neea ol sucu a rcmeay.
Mother s Friend
ii sold at drug
fctores. Write for
fis, wbKh con
tains ruuch valuable hitmnation.
i tKJUfZLD &LCUAPJR CO. XiUmt Cm.
Among the pajtaenaeri arriving on the
Union raclflo "Overland Umlted" from
the weat traveling as an ordinary tourlat
waa 8. Blilmaka. president of the Jap.
anoee Houae of Parliament.
ArrlvUitf In Omaha unannounced and
finding that lie trad a liort lime -to, re
main before puraulug hie eaatward Jour
ney Mr. Khlmaka hulled a taxli-ab and
with bla aecreloTy took a epln about the
clO'. going through the Jobbing, retail
and belter residence tectlon, ending vp
at 'the w Union J'aclflo headquartere.
Mr. Blilmaka went to the rooms of
Ooneral Atanager Scott, conferred with
hlin for a time oa railroads generally and
then 'vlblted the roouta of Aaalatant Qen-
eraJ Mauaaer rl)-ka. Here the dla
tlnculabed Japaneee, Who apeaka Kngllah
fluently, went Into the workings' of rail'
roaila In a nuinner that ewon eonvlneed
the Union raclflo men that he knew hla
bualnoaa. lie talked of conatructton
eperation and maintenance with a fauUl
Urlly tltat la alntd oiUy after long
years of aotiva work.
la Japan Mr. Blilmaka ll the bead of
the governmental department that has to
da with the railroad and one of tils
principal objects In coming to the United
Stair at this time Is to study the rail
road .quoetlon here. In Japan the rail
road are under government ownership
and control and Mr. Blilmaka saya the
plan la failure, tueir management being
too much ia the nature of the bualnes
of everybody. Instead of ;belng the bual
neaa of an army of men -la deration.
LEES. EMMA . BTERS HEADS LIST
Other. Weasa af '.WatJoaul Proaal-
ae la Y. W. c. A. Work
Hold Two bars' geaaloa
la Oiufcha. '
NEGRO WOMEN ARE BEING
ORDERED FROM THE CIT
is Snowbound Here
It as the grand exotlua for two-third
of the dusky dumsela who were brought
tteforo Judge Crawford In police court
yenletuay. im all twenty-eight nagro
omeu fui'ed tlie Juda on various
clarges, from larceny to those of
street walking. Klghteen were ordered
to stay In Jail and make arrangements
for tick is out uf tewu. Two were ecu
tncd t thirty days In tlia county Ja
and sijflit disrhHrged.
"W are going to clean out this band
of negro women who have been princi
pal in holdups and rohberiss," euid C'hUf
uf PulUe Itonahue, "and that murt be
understood right now. We are giving
them thslr rtiuice of staying In Jail In
Omaha or Having the city, and the ma
jority of them will choose to leave."
The frequency with which complaints
have been made to the police department
during the last few week that "black
brigands" wave committing robberies and
picking tbe pockets of ptdestriana on sev
eral of the principal streeta ha led tq
the action that Is expected to put an end
te tho work of tbe negroes and will bv
enforced agalust all who are found guilty
of violating the law in this manucr."
Aa Itinerant baud of national Young
Woman's Christian association officers,
knows In tbe places they have stopped at
Mr, ityers' All-Star Troupe" arrived
in Omaha from Lincoln yesterday a.nd
started a two days' series of lectures
at tbe looal association on different
phases of Young Woman's Christian asso
ciation work. -
Mrs. JSmma Byors, formerly general
secretary of tbe looal associativa and now
territorial executive ot the central north
west states, with headquarters at Minnea
polis, and the acknowledged leader f
the band of workers from New York,
opened the Institute with devotional ex-eruisea.
Miss Mary B. Bushnell, religious work
director, set a high standard for workers
ia tbe religious aide of Young Women's
Christian associations to follow.
'She who teaches the Bible, must be
vetoed not only in the scriptures, but also
In psychology and pedagagy. Bhe roust
make her subject alive with maps, models
and pictures, and by presenting In a vital
manner the 11 fo of Jesus Christ."
Miss Bushnell emphasised the import
ance of the spirit of friendship toward all
classes ahop girls, domestics, business
women In all the association activities.
Ml s Helen I Thomas spoke on "Tbe
Association and the Kducatlonal Appeal.
After this afternoon's session there will
be a banquet for tbe national workers at
the local oosoclation building.
F. J. Kolashi former Omalian, but now
postmaster of Nome. Alaska, has perhaps
the most- peculiar position of any post
master working under the direction of
the postmaster general. Ir. Kolash came
to, Omaha Monday to .visit bis old friend
and hte aunt, . ikrs. Aoina .J'alik, of 1R20
North Kith street, and now be finds that
he cannot return until next June, because
of hesvy snows. He Jiasv since - secured
pel mission from the postmaster general
to stay away that long, although, he
originally asked for only a few weeks'
leave. . .
Postmaster Kolash has two regular let
ter carriers, who each deliver mall on the
"rural' routes every seventeen days, and
they are genoially forced to carry the
mail overland on dog sleds. Most of the
mail handled at Nome Is called for by the
persons living In the city and surround
ing country, but the miners living several
miles from tho city have regular delivery
service, about every seventeen days, if
the weather permits. Sometimes it takes
two months to deliver mall 200 miles from
The key to success la ouslness is the
OBJECT TO A SALOON
rarlahionera of Trinity Cathedral pro
tested to the ire and police board against
the board'a action to allow a saloon to
be .located at Seventeenth street and
CapKol avenue, only . a block from "the
cathedral. '. , ' . ..
Key to the Situation Dee Want Ads. '
Uulldlaa Permlta. f,
A. Of Oaurner, 4119 lascall street,
frame dwelling, $?,00C; William Gentle
men, E711 North Twenty-fourth " street,
frame store.' toOx; tT. B. Chrlsman, 2X24
North Twenty-Second street, repairs,' $100;
F. ' Hafmarv 2424 South Twenty-fourth
street, repairs and - alterations, - 3W.
Pleased with Omaha
Resolutions evpresslng the thanks of
the managers for entertainment they
were given while here by the Omaha
Grain exchange, tbe South Omaha Live
!tock exchange, ctttseus uf Omaha, the
Koine hotel and tbe publicity given the
association by the newspapers were
adopted by the Farmers Co-operative
Elevator Managers' aasociatlon yesterday
Tho afternoon was spent In a visit to
the Houth Omaha atock yards aud the
packing houies. The Omaha Oral a ex
change gave the visitor a theater party
at tbe orpheum In the evening.
Nobody te Too Old
to learn that the sure way to cure a
cough or cold 1 with Dr. King's New
I'lscovery. tite and 1100. For sale by
Boston Jjrug Co.
SAYS ARREST IS CAUSED
BY A GOSSIPY NEIGHBOR
R. C llonan, tbe street car employ
Who was ariested oa the accueaUoa
driving his wife end children from their
home at 4S10 North Twenty-fifth street,
was discharged by Police Judge Crawford.
llonan declares that bis srrest was
caused by a goaalping neighbor, who
toux too much interest ia L:s family af
Can You Afford--. -
! . During 'digestion the stomacli requires nine
times as much blood as when it is not active.
Heavy, indigestible food takes energy from
your working capacity.
Mental "dullness" and that "Jogy feeling" usu
ally comes from poor digestion.
Don't be "dozey" during business hoursthe
wide-awake man, with good digestion aud a clear
brain will pa.ss you sure!
-IUSABOXED IT OUT
AJkd round a Changs la rood Pat Xlm
A man doss not count as' wasted the.,
time be spends In thinking over his busi
ness, but he steins loth to give tho aaiue
sort "of careful attention to himself and
to his health.
And yet his business would bs worth
little without good health to care for lb
A businf Italian tells bow tia did himself
good- by, carefully .thinking ovar .'his .
pliy&kal condition, Investigating to find
out what was needed, and then chang-
Ing to the right food.,' V ';
-"Ker some years I have been bothered
a great deal after meals. My food seemed
to lay like lead In my, stotnacb, produc
ing heaviness and dullness' 'and some- '
times pobltive pain. Of rourae this ren
dered me mora or less unfit lot business.'
and 1 n.ude up my mind that something
would have to bo done.
"Reflection led me, to' the conclusion
that over-eating, filling the stomach
with Indigestible , food, was responsible
for many1 of the ills that human flesh
endures,- and that I was punishing" my
self In that way that was what was
making mo ao dull, heavy and uncom
fortable, and unfit for 'business after'
meals. -.1 concluded to try braie-Nuts
food to sa what' ft cdulj Uo for me! '
"I have been using It for some Months
now, and' am glad to say that It, has
given me entire relief.. 1 do not uffer
any longer after meals; my food seems
to asslrt.ilate easily and perfectly, and to
nourishment is easily end quiokty absorbed by tiie 1 have regained my-normah weight, ana
..i i i i i j .i i find thut business lss pleasure once
Mood with but sliglit tax npon tiie uigebme
u 6 more can take more interest lit l,t, ud
my mind ta clearer and more alert."
Name given by Fostuni Co., Iluttle
In package cf Orape-Nuts there la a
little book. 'The Koud to Wellvllle,"'
and It's worth a csrefuL-readlr.g.
cleanses, preserves and beauti
fics the teeth, prevents tootli
decay and imparts purit
and fragrance to the Dreatn.
Interest allowed in
savings department at
Z per annum
' National Dank of ?
Omaha gtves prompt
and courteous service,, ,f
affords absolute secur-. ;
ity and has a most con
venient 1 ocation. , .
is a partially pie-digested food, and contains tho
natural food elements from wheat and barley al
bumen, phosphate of potash, etc, that keep the body
and brain in perfect repair.
Grape-Nuts is a concentrated food and its rich
One can be strong, well and braiuy.
"There's a Reason"
and f imam
Postum Cereal Compaoj, Limited, Battle Creek, Michigan.
Save lifting 375 pounds
every -, ..,..-.
(Iwl ff JM ..mm lit ktmilt)
Six ounces lightei than others, '
It lasts longer So' does the j
strength of the user. At your
Harrah & 'Sttwart Mfg. Co. '
De Moines, lows
if your grocer iloc not supply M
tie I'olly :rioiiis, SfiiU ii, card to
the Oman, uueiit. John l.eck, 15 ve
I, fmin.il Hluffi, l.na, hu will
supply niie 'hrough ii.ur jrort-r. Lit
tle I-..1 1 v l.ro nn Vit iiM, Bm loK.-'
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