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THE HKR: OMAHA. WF-DXKsnAV, XOVKMHKR 2!. 1011.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
XaT Boot rrint It.
Oiuh General Hospital, Dong. 853.
Xgyptiaa Chooolrtea 30o. Myer-Llllon.
Bm Eleo. Fixture, Bargoaa-OraBden.
On. Kaon. Wka. Expert auto repairs,
liver Mating-, Om. Plating Co. D.J635.
Morgan Abl to Sit Up Kd ward Mor
gan, the motorcycle officer, who was al
inoet killed In a collision at Twenty-fourth
nd Lieavenworth streets about two
months ago, and who has been confined
to his bed since, will be able to sit up
nd eat a ThanliBRlvlnB dinner, according-
to a report receiyed at police head
quarters. Bark to Be Tried Monday County
Attorney James P. tingllsh and Ben S.
Baker, attorney for William L. Burke,
the saloon keeper charged with man
laughter for the death of ' C. Forbes
Robertson, have agreed that Burke's
trial shall be started next Monday morn
ing. Subpoenas for witnesses for the
late have been issued.
Several Divorces Granted Divorces
s follows have been granted In the
equity division of the district court:
Myr,tle M.'Hufniann from Frank E. Huf
mann; Ellaabeth D. Koller vfrom Adolph
Q. Koller; Nellie Harnett from Frank
Barftett; Margaret Folden from William
A. Kolden. Vera A. Houck has started
suit' for divorce against Bert 'Houck.
rake Solicitor at Work Tlie police
have received reports from several people
In Omaha concerning a : man who In
soliciting funds for the Switchmen's
union. The solicitor is snld to be a fake
and, has not tfje sanction of the union. A
pood description of him has been received
by the police and he Is being searched for.
KportB eay the man has been working
the people for the last week and It Is
thought that , he haa acquired quite a
um of money
Government Haa Soma Jobs The civil
Bervlce commission announces an exami
nation for the- position of "electrician" at
Fort Lincoln, N. D., at a salary of $900
per annum. There is also a shortage of
ellglblea for the following positions, in
which vacancies may, occur at the various
POBtg at any'tlme and persons' with ex
perience are urged' to apply:1 Black
smith, blacksmith ' and horseshoer, horse
smith, blacksmith ' and ' horseshoer, 'car
penter, plumber, stationary ' steam en-
: glneer and stationary fireman.
, : Double H. S. Program The Athenian
Boys Debating society and the Girls'
, Linlngor Trayel club of the high School
will hold Joint program meeting In the
uaaembly room at the achool on ; Thurs-
1 flay afternoon, December 21. Both organ-
' lzations are already making preparations
tor their parts. In the program and some
novel and Interesting features of the en
tertainment are being planned.
A Horrible Death '
results from decaying lungs. Cure coughs
and weak, sore lungs with Dr.. King's
New Discovery. . 60e and $1.00. For aale
by, Beaton Drug Co.
comes In every
label. Just re
and order Blatz
"Thm Flnmmt B,
802 -8 H pfaifai Stmt, hub. HcW
fhont: Douglas 6663
WOULD ABOLISH SUGAR DUTY
Beet Suijar Industry of Nebraska
Threatened with Annihilation.
WOULD BE A BLOW TO THE STATE
Ckalmaa of the t alted tatrs Heet
Saarar Association Tells or the
Havoc to Be Wrooaht hy
"Just at the time when the outlook for
Its future Is the brightest. It seems a
pity that the beet sugar Industry of Ne
braska should bo threatened with anni
hilation,' observed C. C. Hamlin of Colo
rado Springs, chairman of the executive
committee of the United States Beet
sugar association, who was a guest at
the Borne Monday night.
"t refer to the effort by the New Vork
Importers and refiners to serure a reduc
tion or the abolition of the duty on burnt
during the coming session of congress.
The llkllhood of their keeping faith In
their promise in respect of lower retail
smtw may best be Judged by their past
performances. . Take, for example, the
philanthropic record of Mr. John Ar
buckle, at present one of the most voci
ferous advocates of free sugar. If the
duty Is abolished or materially reduced
the dometbfo beet sugar' Industry will
be crushed out of exletenoe and Mr. Ar
buckle and his friends who deal in for
eign cane sugar win have no competition
to meet. By virtue of his monopoly he
has forced the price to double what It
was a year ago, and, If he can secure a
similar grip on the sugar market, he will
undoubtedly act in' a self-same manner.
European Crop Short.
"As soon as It became known that tills
year's European crop was S.O0O.U0O tons
below normal , on account of unpre
cedented drouth, the New Vork Importers
and refiners forced the price to 7V4 cent
a pound wholesale. The price would un
doubtedly have soared to 10 or 11 cents
had not the domestic sugar crop, amount
ing to 600.0(10 tons, reached the market at
4'4 to b cents. In time to rave the day.
'By the. arrival of the domestic crop the
price was forced down a cent and a hall,
and I look to see 11 go ptlU lower.'
"Our association represents 90 per cent
of ' the sugar factory men in this country,
and we pay to the farmers 130,000,000 a
year for beets. It seems to me that we
are entitled to a fair- hearing before ac
tion la taken tvhlch threatens, not only
to prevent further expansion of. the beet
sugar -business, but menaces the industry
as It exists. Unfortunately for . us, the
false impression has gained ground that
all sugar is alike and that all sugar men
are 'trust sugar men.' We are tired of
being placed In the same boat and are
determined to have a Bhowdown that will
settle this question for good and all. . Aa
a matter of fact our interests and the
Interests i of the refiners and Importers
are directly antagonistic. Each pound we
produce from the sugar beet means one
pound less of Imported cane sugar for
them to' aell."
NEBRASKANS ARE TO
CELEBRATE IN TEXAS
The anniversary number of The Fran
cltaa Bee, edited by II. H. Phllpott,
formerly of The Omaha Bee, haa Just
been- issued. The edition tells of the advancement-made
by Francltas, 'Tex.,
sines its opening December 10, 1910, and
of the men who hav helped build up the
-At: thejopening. of Francltas last year
it was voted by the citizens that the day
should Ibrever be observed by a reunion
of the property owners and a. celebration.
The first observance of the founding of
the town will be December 9-11. A very
Interesting program- has been prepared
for the occasion. All the surrounding
towns will attend the celebration in a
Among those who are on the program
to speak are: Ex-Governor Shallenber
ger. Mayor James C. Dahlman, W. H.
Thompson, Judge P. James Cosgrave, A.
L. Blxby, W. M. Maupln, Colonel John a.
Mayer, Colonel John F. Schwlnd and
other Nebrcskans. Special vocal solos by
Mrs. H. C. Richmond of Omaha and MIhs
Bonnell of Lincoln will be one of the de
lightful features of the celebration. The
last day of the celebration, Tuesday, De
cember 12, will be devoted to a big barbecue.
Here ia a woman who speaks from per
sonal knowledge and long experience, via.,
Mra.- P. H. Brogan of AYilaon. Pa., who
ays, "I know from experience that Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy is far superior
to any other. For croup there ia nothing
that excels it." For sale by all dealers.
r2Q Favorite ryesN'!!i!etc'waiS!
ox six Generations"
4 times the mellowest
4 times the purest
Because 4 times distilled
(Ordinary whiskey not mora than twice)
Bottled in Bond
Each bottle is sealed with
the U. S. Government Stamp.
Its age is guaranteed by the
u. S. Government.
Its purity by the' Gchenley
Its quality speaks for itself.
When you buy Rye, buy Schenley. At all dealers.
Schenley Distilling Company, Lucesco, Pa.
H00SIER rOET IS SAID TO BE
CRITICALLY ILL AT ITOiTA
t v 1 '
- . s t
i" Vini-ir,f-i'-viirujiLjr'"JT--. 'iiinniurT I
PAINTER IS KILLED IN FALL
Drops Ninety Fret at Court House
.When Scaffold Breaks.
HABBOW ESCATE FOB 0THEKS
Mai on raffold with II Ira Kavea
lllrasrlf ljr tjrabblaa a Brim
Men llrloTT Man llavr a
Jam Kg wiiiTCOMn ru.ey.
Oil Men Secure
Promise of Rate
on Wyoming Oil
Having secured from llio Nortliwcstt'rn
and Vnion ruciflc railroads Dm in-omixe
of fair ratos on ojl from Wyoming ti
Omaha, Leon J. A. l'hllpott and Dr. Fred
erick Palatho of the Franco-WyotnliiK
Oil company ore nijw ready to go back to
Wyoming and proce!d with plans for
further development of their properties
in the alt creek fields, near Casper,
Wyo.( and to build a larKS warehouse In
Omaha, making this city their chief dis
The two men stoppefl here last week and
secured the co-dperatlon of he Com
mercial club, ' held a' conference with
Union Pacific officials and then went on
to Chicago to see Northwestern officials.
They returned yesterday from Chicago.
They say they have been promised rates
which will allow the full development of
their fields and make Omaha a great oil
' They say ' they can now lay down oil
In' Omaha at a price which will permit It
to be used as fuel in stoves and furnaces.
Many Nixies Are to
Come Into Omaha
Plana are being formulated by Post
master Thomas and Superintendent of
Railway Mall Service John Mastens to
Inaugurate a new department In the fed
eral building to be known as the "Nixies"
department, In which all unmallable mat
ter Is to be handled. In railway mail
servance parlance "nixies" means "unde
llverable," and aa Omaha ia headquarter.
for the new division all packagca contain
ing unmallable articlca will be sent here
from the entire division, , Instead of to
Chicago, aa heretofore. Aa the Fourteenth
division comprises territory In several
states the "nixies" department promises
to be a big one. , ,
.Where this section of the powtal service
will be located la not determined- yeU but
It undoubtedly will be In connection with
the railway mail service under the super
vision of Mr. Masten.
Superintendent Mastens Is in receipt of
a telegram from Theodore Ingalls of
Washington, D. C, general superintend
ent, Informing him that the official In
auguration of the new division will bo
December 1. Already considerable pre
paratory work has been done by Mr.
Mastens and his assi.stants, but after the
first of the month the present force will
be Increased and the Fourteenth division
will be a reality.
Martin's Red Light
Property for Sale
M. F. Martin, biggest landlord of the
old redlight district, is offering for sale
practically all his property In that dis
trict. Including the notorious Arcade, to
the front of which was added a second
story a couple of. years ago to comply
with the "antl-crlb" ordinance.
Ten pieces in all are. offered, all as
trackage property, the aggregate value
placed on them by Mr. Martin being $212,
000. Most are on Ninth street, between
Douglas and Capitol avenue. Martin has
had practically no revenue from them
slnce'County Attorney' English began en
forcing the Albert law on the insistent
advice of Governor, Aldrlch. Martin has
become wealthy through redlight rentals.
Police Judge Tries
Case Over 'Phone
Trying cases over long distance tele
phone Is one of Judge Crawford's latent
accomplishments. Jack Patterson, a
Plattsmouth nuitorUt, who persisted In
running hi machine about town Sunday
afturnoon faster than was allowed by
law, wu- arrested and his trial aet for
Patterson hired Lawyer Kd Morlarty tu
act for him, and he was induced by
Moriurty to return home and not ap-
I pear in court Monday. In the after
noon Officer Eniiry went to Plattsmouth
with a warrant for Patterson. Patterson
called up Judge Crawford and pleaded
guilty to the chargo and was fined 110
and tost, which ho paid to Umery, who
brought the money back with him.
Z"TIscrs's Two Ways!!"
There's tw ways to nerclse the bowels f atKrel War. The "animal
war" la runnlnc climbing, lumping!
1ut one cheap, tnttt, little laaea-kral-illl
ery tikn Blast for a
weak or two, and tfcvrrafic once or
twlc a week, a-s niudL
itt Ibis ClrilUed Way and
tdu'U be irrm from UQnsupaOon.
lillluKraesa, NrroufneM, Sleepless
akeu, lii-adacba and Liver trouble.
HMrish the iijwtl fruM Ihejll
Am tk rrmu Ge the easy, pKaJiur-
aJ effect of a he- tn'esa physle a el
IsslIc. Alt dj-oggiria, 10c arid 16b
5ie BUimWiim Producxa Co
etc. and U 1v1i1m ay taalaat
thanksgiving feast at
Commercial club today
The Omnha Commrc!al club celebrated
Thanksgiving yeaterday with a lunrbeon
canaistlng of turkey, with aage stuffing,
cranb'rry eaucn, crca, i a oysU-r ruu)-.
celery, ollvea and m!:K pir, p-x-rmrr 1
with toecial ca.-a ly t."ie !n,r?.'..i!!a S:jw-
Jtr. Pryo- eall lie dcc'6:& cn MrlriT
the turkey Tuesiuy . inxtead of today,
that the club members might rest their
digestion before their home turkey din
ner Thursday. No luncheon will be
served at the club Thumday.
KIT acrea of Idaho's boot land win be
add ewJk- Ilk Carry art at Jerome
rejabar 11, 111. Tbew lands ir s-ti 0j
the Great Xonli tiWo Tract (a Kuha mu
terprlae). aad are cuuaidered eajociall
choice for apple and geueral fruit cu.
turt tjmall cah payment and long iia,,
on deferred payment; low rate of inter
est. For all liifurmation write or wir,
(he Twin Fall North Hide Land aaj
Water w"utr. Idabo
Falling hesdlong ninety foot from A
broken scaffold under the Kkyllght of the
northwest light court of the new county
building, Heveuterlith and Ilnrney
streets, Clifford C. Catueron. son of J. J
Cameron, manager of the Omaha Purport
ing and Credit rompnny, died Instantly
when he struck the solid cement first
floor of the building. The accident hap
pened at about 12:45 yesterday afternoon.
C. K. Winters, SS3." Leavenworth street,
working on the same scaffold, fell eluht
feet, saved hlnielf by throwing his arms
over a Joist, and saved men standing
below from Injury by calrhlmt with his
heels a heavy plunk that had started to
fall with the scaffold.
Itoth men were painters, employed by
Fuchs, Son .4 mind, painting subcon
tractors on the building.
. M ill Hold InuneM.
Cameron whs 24 years old and unmar
ried, living, with his parents at 5S15 North
J. J. Cameron was notified of his son's
sudden death at about 1 o'clock, and
readied the new. county building a few
minutes later. , lit was almost overcome
by grief when he looked upon hU son's
body. Ho sobbed and wondered how his
wlfo and other members of the family
could bear the blow.
J. E. Krlng, 17i!;Molge street, a plas
terer, and Hane Olson. 917 Avenue B,
Council Muffs, a carpenter, working on
the second floor, saw Cameron's body
falling, but did not see It strike.
Before Fir and Johumin had reached
Winters and by removing the plank
from his feet enabled him to climb to
safety, a crowd of workmen had gathered
around Cameron. Hail the plank Win
ters held been permitted to fall some of
these would have been seriously hurt.
Coroner Crosby was summoned and took
charge of the body after he waited to
give J, J. Cameron an' opportunity to see
A Little I
will go a great way here-" try on
one of those special suits which we are selling at
and you will be surprised to learn what fine
suits you can get at this price Casssimeres, s '
worsteds, cheviots, in seventy-five patterns,, all new, made in the
latest style and in all sizes, A great opportunity is offered you to
dress well at a small outlay. The price cannot give you an idea of the
value. Better see the suits.
Omaha's largest and best equipped clothing store
0"- 'frrVw'ssaai tiiianal'u Mi.i.i i w"""'
'Trtr muse or
HIGH MCRIT. -
YOUTH DID NOT KNOW
USE OF THIS PILLOW
A young man rwent up to the glove
counter of one of the Omaha department
stores recently and stated that he wanted
to buy a pair of gloves. The young
woman at the counter, after ascertaining
his size, drew forth several different
styles and shades. She then put out the
usual , little, square, green velvet pillow
for tho young man to rest his elbow on
while being fitted. ,
But the young man to the utter amass
ment of the clerk at the glove counter
and the clerk at nearby counter and all
tho customers In eight, soberly mounted
the counter and seated himself on the
The girl In a daze fitted the young man
aa he aat thus ensconced fend after he
with his gloves had departed there waa a
general explosion of mirth In the neigh
bohood(of the glove counter.
Illrths and Death. , .
. Blrths-Morrle and Ethel Sekar, :' tirA
Lake, girl; Oeorge and Marguerite
Rlckera. 637 North Forty-first avenue,
girl; Joseph K. and Anna Proskocll, 2416
South Seventeenth, boy; F. O. and Edith
Willlunwon. 42117 Ijike. girl; Henry and
Frances Carrlngton, 819 North Thirty
fourth, boy; F.rnest and Oertrude Blsher,
ir,49 North Twentieth, boy; Mike and
Mary Aboud, 1731 tioulh Thirteenth, boy.
Heaths Ml H. Frances Morasco, 08
South Eighteenth; Mrs. Betty Anderson,
64, 41111 Nicholas; Mrs. Edna Hubertson,
70, 2712 Ohio. MrM. Amanda Hayes, 4(i, Ht.
Joseph's hospital; Mrs. M. Lnmy, fit, Ht.
Joseph's hospital; Jalson F.lllott, 79, S24
Burdette; Ervin Eddy, 72. 639 South
Twenty-fourth avenue; Ellsa A. Harri
son, B2, 1240 South Tenth; Frank P
Murphy, 4l, 2717 Burt; M. II. Tobln, 62.
Thirty-seventh and Cuming. -
If This is
One the flat, tad, 6ickly looking one was baked wiih p )ir baking powder;
possibly the high-priced kind possibly the cheap, big can Ma i, It denotes a
lack of leavening gas, or an uneven distribution of same or b ih. The other the
large, light, fluffy one waa prepared with Calumet Baking PiTwdti, And denotes the
never-failing, delicious baking that always results from its use.
Calumet does not cost as much as the high price baking powder, but 'it Is very much su
perior in every way it is purer more reliable more healthful. Here are the reasons!
All baking powders undergo a chemical change in the process of baking. You do not ' take
it into the stomach in the same form as it is in the can. For example: When you use Cream
of Tartar Baking Powder you get Rochelle Salts in your food, because the Cream of Tartar
during this reaction turns into Rochelle Salts, This, as you know, is a drug, and should b
taken only under doctor's orders.
I 1 Calumet is so carefully and scientifically prepared that the neutralization of the ingredients I
I is absolutely perfect. .
That it is absolutely pura and of highest quality is proven by the fact that ' f
ALP MW LET rsllf
N. o Received highest award World's Pure w ycP 4 ) .f
, v S Food Exposition, Chicago, 1907 -y Rlkfeifk
V lUIIUlf.lwi.lll.tJ" I ?ililWVIiWh IfflJ'i.'r'.'l'f'r'il.aVi'i-.fN-Hiiiar.Hiii -a.UiT ' ' .'"i lull Ji il'iil '! j', I!, ! .i'f.1 i' I' " " P"B "i ifsij.TffnrirT
Have Your Ticket Read "Burlington"
The greatest variety of desirable routes to and from
' the Coast is possible to those whoso tickets read via the
Burlington. Note the broad choice of routes available
and how well Burlington main lines through tho West
"fit in". with cb'mprehensivo tours of the Coast.
roonro tI Dsnrar and Santa ra Kontai personally
oondacUd throarh tourist aUpr aaooratona
to I. os Aog-slaa from Omaha trurj Tnssday
via thla rout.
BETUBBUKQ Santa Tt Konta, or Tla Malt Laka, ok
aibaata Koata and Pnat Hound.
OOllfO tU Scanlo Colorado and Bait X,ak.
SETUBNIMO aoutbarn rout, or via Bhasta Koat
w . and Purat Bound.
OOISTO to Baattla or Portland via dlraot nortkwaat
Una, or Tla Dsnvar and BiUUifa, thano Bhaata
Kouta to California.
KXTUKimra throug-h alt Ziaka and Bcsnlo Colo
rado, or via aoutharn rontas and Danvar or
OOIBTO via Xanaaa City, thane aoutharn routaa to
BSTVXHlSa Tla Bait Laka, Boanlo Colorado, or !a
Bhaata Jtout, Portland, Putat Bound and Bill
, THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPERS EVERY
TUESDAY TO LOS ANGELES VIA DEN
VER AND SANTA FE ROUTE.
J. B. REYNOLDS, 0. P. A.
: 1502 Farnam Street, Omaha, Nebraska.
IT USING SUE ID SULPHUR
A Harmless Remedy; Make the
Hair Grow and Restores
What a pity it la to obacrv ao many
people with thin and faded hair and
then realise that tha moat of theaa peo
ple might have a fin healthy head of!
hair if they would but use tha alu-ple
"aas tea" of our arrandmothers, com
bined with .it her Ingredients for restor
ing and preserving the hair. No one.
young or old, need have gray hair, weak,
thin or falling hair, dandruff or any
trouble of the aort if they would but ua
Wyeth'a Bag and Bulphur lUIr Kem
dy. Oa tha contrary. It la osibl o
hava healthy, vigorous hair, of parfact
color, by a few applications of thla rw
Wyetlt'a Uage and bulphur Hair Retn
0y quickly removes dandruff, leaves
the scalp clean and healthy, promotes
the growth of th hair and ratora
lit natural color of tha hair which has
become faded or gray It la a clean,
wholesome dressing, whlcn may be use J
at any time and with perfect aafety.
lon't neglact your hair. Start today
with Wyeth'a Hag and Hulphur.
Thla preparation U offered to tha
public at fifty lent a bottle, and ia
recommended and aold by all druggists.
bheruiin It Wc'onnell Prug Co., Cor.
lttn amd Dodge, Cor. 1 tttrt and Harney,
Cor. Ilth and Karuaui, tOi-t . lUi
au LmxuX iloteU
IS YOUR HEARING DEFECTIUE?
TItY THK ACOU8TICOX
Tba auccesa of tho Acoustlcon aa a hearing device has been phe
nomenal. It haa 4 8 distinct a Justmenta and will meet the require
ment of any degree of doafneBB. Write us for particulars. -
General Acoustic Co.
048 Omaha National Bank Itldg., OMAHA, NEB. .
Oenerai Office and Factory Jamaica, New York City.
Livp Stock Ekjjositidn-
December 2 to 9 and " " "
U. S. Land and Irrigation Exposition
November 18 to December 9
J Don't fail to visit these two great annual events held ,
in Chicago. i
J Travel on the splendidly equipped fast trains, of Tho
North Western Line and make your trip a real delight.
fj Your train arrivea at and departs from the New Passenger
Terminal, Chicago the aioit mod era railway terminal ia tb world.
raaer v 1 1 o n a
and full pr-
tlculars apply -Jm'
North Western Railway
mi pi m ii&brh
taiiiaMrAv nivn ixnyiYiit
We know all the in a and nul. iililahi,!i. kn.u,... ,,,1
weknow It 1 poaaiblelo make and aril the hlaheat grade wbia
key aucU aa our lakdwood X btraikht l(K-frool for only tl.Wa
agiillon. The reason Is plalu. Any whlakey dlailller, II be
would toll you the truth, would hava to admit that th aotual
coatof making a gallon ot whlakpy, paylug tha Internal rev
enue tai on H, storage, container, shipping expensea, eto.. Is
ouly about II. W. Any dlatlller should baaatiaftud witt
vat of loo a gallon. That is all th profit w ei port and t Vt.
lailflfid to the net ot of 1 1. so, makes our price to you ,'J
la there any reaaon why you should allow unscrupulous.
. i l Pu,luer J any I nBrf Any reaaon why you I
.udiu vo.w, or even moreiorwhlaaey th
very beat of wbiob coat them only ll.Ma gallouf t'erlalul
IDUClallv whan ira nffur v,.n i . Li.l.
("w ? Produce for mnty SI. gS a gmltam. tvery drop ot
LakewoodX W htakey Is Aued in Uoiid HLmlaht Whiii.v r,,n
i . . ' '" . A luo-froof. Itta'ure not adulterated la any wayi not water-
M -. " . . . T " .v,a . la. mm., j aass lull WSllb. lriUK M UH'U OI It U VtfU
Iviommw. xi juu uuu . pruoounrt it tne ueAiwblskey y
ud Itbtvok; we will promptly refund yourmuuey, B
L personal ebatka. We cannot afford to pay exchange when we sell our good a ao low.
IMtWOOD D1ST. COMPANY, Depertment I tO KANSAS CITY, MO.
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