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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. APRIL 19, 1912.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
t Boot rrte It.
sUsetrto Vrkrators Burgess-Granden.
. P. CaarcBin, Statist, i-f Brvidtli
V. ft. Tacks, republican candidal for
wate. Bell phone "Florenc Mi" Adv.
7 A. malpk. Prlatar, l:B.IS. Diltl
TlajA eyholt, democratic candidate
for state treasurer.
F. D. Weao, staunch friend of munici
pal ownership, candidate for Water boord-
Sttekusoa for canty attorney. Adv.
B. r. Brailey i'wivi in favor of muni
cipal - owcershl.-v RepuMtcan candidate
for Water board.
WUUa B. Bead, democratic candidate
for Lalted bleu senator, l'nmarte
April U. Adv.
asas Attaa, republican candidate for
state repreecuiative. prlmarua April M.
thirty years la Omaha, forty years In
W. m. sJomaa, candidate fcr slate sena
tor on republican ticket. Twenty-eight
years a resident of Omaha. Actively
Identified with upbuilding of city, county
D. c rattsrsoa, who riled for state
senator to aid In getting the water power
developed, seems more interested In
Roosrrclt's success than In his own
candidacy, as he has made no campaign
for state senator.
Milton T. Barlow In refusine to
stand for reelection to the Water board,
of which he is president now. says that
the water works will soon be in posses
ion of the city and he Is very anxious
to be succeeded by F. D. Wead, whom
lie recommends very highly for ability
A BorpriM for Boldrere Taking ad
vantage of the absence of Ueneral Man
ager lloldrege ol ihe Burlington, wbo is
out on the annual sprlnc inspection trip
of the lines west of the r r, a force of
men are renovating and redecorating
his rooms In the headquarters building.
The walls are being tinted a delicate and
light green and the floors rrpolished.
CAN or two of Abwrrne
will often save the cost of
repiperituj or redecorst
ine. Beridei the tame can will
clean window shades, art objects, etc., in
fact, it will remove the dirt and
grime from anything cleanable.
Wall Paper Cleaner
works different than the other cleaners
it U a sponge-like substance thai has a
wonderful power of absorbing- dirt It
literally eati dirt. No hard rubbing, no
preparing, and it makes no litter. It can
not injure either the hands or the most
delicate fabric. Just try Absorene. Try
it today. Try it on the smoky ceiling or
to leiwove dirt spots from the parlor window
shades just as a test. A large can only 10c
Far Sale By
' Oku ha Wb.toMl. Dm O . DIMrtkalaks,
W. I. Tat'sr el Cm. DtMrtfcitor, Osaka
Satst A (lias ceaipaar OMHSstors. la
C.asi-11 Blsffa. Harl. Hia Drag Ob., DIKriba
tew. a. Busies. Olt llinum .0. H Bows
Absorene Mfg. Co. &aZL. m.
Mtien fB IMIat near-R' rXsr Mft
TRAVELERS COMING TO CITY
Eight Hundred Members to Attend
Meeting Opening Today.
KA5T PIXASAXTKIES PLASUXD
beer In all
it is sold.
Ask for a bottle anal
gee the reason.
Order a cue for the bo ate.
Q Blats Company
rjl soa-sis s,h.i.i a.
1U Hi !) ant
Meets close in front and
stays so 15 2 for 7Sf
Chant. Psskody It Co, Troy. RT.
Dssa Tswa Batlalaes Will Re-
era ! Hmor af Maay
Cvaaaarrelal V saltan.
Kight hundred niemvers cf the Trav
elers' Protective association of Nebraska
will come to Omaha today tor a two
days' session. Severn! fir:u;. ui nu i-
talnment have been planned for the
visitors, among which will be a trip to
Rourka park to witness the opening ball
game of the Western league Friday
The city will be in holiday attire for
the convention and the committee on
flags announce that 10$ doacn American
banners have been p-jrchased for the
retail and business houses. Kvery window
of the I'nion Pacific and Woodmen of the
World building will fly the stars and
Baaqaet Friday Maht.
There will be a banquet at the Rome
hotel tonight, an auto trip about .
the city Saturday morn'ng and a big j
dance and card party at the Rome at- j
arday night lo end the convention.
The convention will open at 1 o'clock
this afternoon with a concert by the
Traveler' Protective Association 6m-
phony orchestra. James T. Hogan, presl- I
dent of Post A. will officially open the I
meeting. The address of welcome will lie
delivered by O. B. Ilavcrstlck. president I
of the Omaha fummerciul club, on behalf j
of the club, and Mayor pahlman will
welcome the visitors on behalf of the city
and turn over the proverbial keys.
On Saturday morning Dean James A.
Tancock of Trinity cathedral will open
the session with the invocation. A musical
program will precede the regular order
of business. A theater party at the Or
pheum this afternoon for the women
and a banquet and ball at the Rome
Saturday night will close the convention.
Woman is Attacked;
Assailant Run Down
After a' Long Chase
An attack was made upon Mrs. Eva
Goldstein of KIS North Twenty-third
street at 11 Thursday morning In front
of Creighton university by E. K. Drlstoll.
a bookkeeper living at SI! North Thirty
fifth street. Mrs. Goldstein says she was
standing Infront of the college when
Drlstoll walked by and that wltnout any
warning or cause struck her in the face,
knocking her down.
ller screams attracted attention and as
five men started to the woman Drlstoll
ran Into an alley. He was chased about a
circle for ten minutes and in six minutes
five police officers were aiding In the
chase. Traffic Officers Wheeler and
Kmery finally ran Drlstoll down In the
alley bark of the college. Ho was out
of breath and offered no explanation.
He was taken to Mrs. Goldstein, who
Iwsltlvely identified him as her assailant.
She told Officers Hell. Chapman, Traby,
Wheeler and Emery that site had never
seen Drlstoll before.
At the police station Drlstoll gave his
nam as K. 15. Davis and his occupation
as a clerk. He was booked as a suspicious
More Jurors Named
for Federal Court
Names have been drawn for twelve ad
ditional petit Jurors to report for duty to
the United (States district court April 23
at : a. m. Those drawn are:
Elmer Allen, Rosalie.
t'hris Asmussen. Coleridge.
Uuyd Hurdle. Herman
Charles E. Curtis. Mouth Omaha,
O. B. Del-and. Valley.
J. M. Elwell, Kprlngtleld.
Robert K. Kloiree, Albion.
Morris Kelden. t'reston:
. Ernest J. Roddewlg. Newcastle. ;
Oscar ftamm. South Sioux City.
E. M. Vauaht, Genoa.
John D. Wolf. t'Urkson.
PASSENGER INSISTS ON
DOG AS HIS BERTHMATE
Since leaving New York P. O. Holcomb
has had any number of rounds with the
trainmen as to whether his dachshund
with a pedigree as long as the dog should
ride In a compartment or in a baggage
car. At the end of each of these rounds
Mr. Holcomb has come out second best.
Ha Is traveling from the Atlantic to
the Pacific. When he left New York he
Insisted that he would take his dog Into
the drawing room with him. The train.
men Insisted that he would not and they
won the first round. In Chicago Mr,
Holcomb got Into his car and again ha
Insisted that be was no better than his
dog and that If ha rode in the Pullman
there the dog would ride. The trainmen
took a different view of some portions
of the contention, though they admitted
that he was no better than the dog. But
again master and dog were separated.
When Milwaukee No. 1 reached Omaha
Mr. Holcomb scooted for the baggage
car, pulled hla dog out and made a bee
line for his sleeper. At the steps he was
stopped by the porter, who Informed him
that on the Union Pacific dogs were not
permitted to travel first class. Mr. Hol
comb offered the porter a bribe of tlo,
but It would not go and after exercising
the dog up and down the platform the
snimal was turned over to. the baggage
man to continue Its westward joumty.
We Purchased the
Mass., and Place
m ..'.'in, I l. Mil MIM llllll n; a.
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Entire Stock of Smith Shoe Manufacturing Co., Salem,
it on Sale Friday Morning, 25c to 50c on the Dollar
We puroliaHl from the receivers of the Smith Shoo Mfg. Co.. Salem, Mass., their entire spring tstolk of
Indies' and Misses', Boys' and Girls' Oxfords and Pumps at less than the cost of thrt leather. We will place this
$:2o.0i0 stock of Shoes on sale for eisrht days, starting Friday morning, at 25c to 50c on the dollar. Come early,
while the bargain harvest is complete.
Selow Are a Few of the Many Bargains Placed on Sale Friday Morning
Udies' Oxfords and Pumps
from This Stock
JOKlin.' Hantl Turned rumps Fin
est kid and patent leather; ail
Ladies $:l..10 Welt rump and Oxfords
Patent and dull leathers; - CI 1 Q
pairs to select from, for ... P 1 a 1
LariUV Patent Kid Turned Slippers With
or without straps; $4.00 val- A 4 AQ
tics: Trl-ia? only J 1 40
tiiiici- l Tan Welt Pumps All Uea:
snug litters around ankle,
l.a.NeV $1.0:1 fJ.TMlyear Welt Oxfords
lllart hui'kofcin, patent and
kid leathers, Friday only . .
Ladles' White Koman Sandal
urn, all ires; Friday
Men's Shoes and Oxfords
from This Stock
Men's Ta trxford fioodjear d CO
Welts, $4.00 Taluea, only.. . vl .DO
Men's Mark Patent t t.lt. Button Oxfords
All sixes; $4.00 values. f QQ
Men's Tan Button Oxfords
$3.(0 values. Friday
Men's H.SO and 91.00 Bhoes Made' of
calfskin leather, (f AQ
Friday J 1 a40
Men's 9.VOO Oxfords and hhoes The
choicest lots from this stock, 24
Men's lilark and Tan Hose Sue. Tal
Boys' mJ fi b' Shoes and Oxfords
Iron This Stock
Or Sab si 1512 Douslas Street
Hois' fi.nn Ihiy Hcout SBie t AO
With elk sol.a P 1 .HO
Misaes Oxford and SlMies (t
l'atent and dull leathers J 1
Hrhooi UrlV S2.2.1 Punis and Strap Slip,
pen On sale Friday. TJJJ
fhllds' 1.,'W Patent Inmii Qrt
rhUiU' l:.t Kill Leather Shoes f"
Fridar .'.4 OC
Little (irntV SJ.2.1 llutton trx-
IUija' .,tH) Hhnes and Oxfords t QQ
Dull and patent leather. . D 1 .07
lsilies' 2V Hose Black and .tan.
Sale Starts This Morning at 7:45 A. M., at Both Stores
S. Roland Hall Advises Churches to
Hie the Newspapers.
OTHERS GIVE SOUND ADVICE
Hall Is s Hrlirtrr In Ike "Sclenee
f sdTertUlsB" "srs thst ala
for Wnn Are frasa a
lllfterrat Y lesi la.
H. Rnlunil Hall, awoclate editor of
Printers' Ink and nmns;cr uf I'rlnters'
Ink service bureau, dollM-rod an Inter-
estlnit. Instructive lecture before the
Omaha Ad club yesterday on efficiency
Ills tulk was spiced with accounts ol
Deraonsl experiences durlne the elRht
years as director of adv.rtlslna; for Ihe
International Correspondence Bchools-uf
Srrsnton. 1'a. '
He as' preceditl on the program by
three lu-omlnont advertising men: Allen
1). Albert of the Minneapolis Tribune,
A. B. Clark, vice president und general
manager of the Fermilac company of St.
Louis, and Kdgar O. triawcll of The
They had attended the convention of
the Northern Division of the Associated
Ad Club of America st Lincoln and
were brought here by A. L. Gale, pres,
dent of I lie Omnlia Ad club.
Air. Hall was rigorously applauded
alien he tu!d of ui ailing with lonie rhurcn
tieople trying to convince tliem that a
kIxIiii ad in a church pamphlet whkh
would reach only a few hundred rot
the same as a six-Inch ad In a dally
newspaper which would reach thousands.
.Mr. Hull said he was a believer In the
"relence of advertising." "I like to hear
the use of the words science and pay.
hology In talks on advertising," lie said,
"because advertising has come to be a
science classified information."
He advises ad writers to study the
various points of views: declared that
women had entirely different viewpoints
than men and that It was difficult for a
man who had not educated himself to
appeal to woman through advertising.
You Judge a man not by what he prom
Ises to do, but by what he has done.
That Is the only true test. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy Judgrd by this standard
has no superior. People everywhere speak
ef It la the highest terms of praise. For
sals by all dealers.
Persistent Advertising Is the rtoad to
Pleads With Judge
to Punish Husband
The spectacle of a divorced wife plesd-
Ing with Ihe ludge to send her former
husband to Jail and keep him there, so
ht could not molest her or her children,
was a diversion furnished the attaches
und others In police court.
Otto Itoderlck, who lives at Thirteenth
and Davenport streets, was on trial for
assault and battery. Mrs. Maude Ri,d
ertrk, hla divorced wife, was complaining
witness. Hlie ssld that without any
provocation he cursed, abused, slapped
and struck her, and furthermore did not
supiMirt their children.
When Judge Foster asked Roderick If
he would supiwrt the children and leave
his wife alone If discharged Sirs. Rod
erick msde her stirring appeal,
"Please don't let hi in go. Judge. He'll
promise am thing, but won't support us.
and will abuse nie again. Send him to
Jail; that Is what he deserves," begged
After considering the appeal Judge Fos
ter sentenced Roderick lo sixty days In
Jail and suspended It upon good behavior.
GOLD DUST Solves the
Servant Problem ,iri COMIL
Give vour servant Gold Dust
i work with and you'll keep
at at as . as
uive your servant uuj
to work with and you'
her, by making her work easier.
Gold Dust cleanses so quickly
and thoroughly that it does the
work in half the time, with
half the labor of soap or any
. A dash of Gold Dust in the
water will clean anything and
everything about the house
will leave it spick
LINDSAY TO BE EXAMINED
AS TO SANITY BY BOARD
As soon as James T. Lindsay, held re
sponsible kjr a coroner's Jury for the
death of h!e mother, Mrs. Christina
Lindsay, becomes sober he will be ex
amined as to his sanity by Dr. George
Tllden, chairman of the county Insanity
Lindsay has. been suffering with de
lirium tremens since Monday afternoon.
CHRISS AND PHILLIPS
APPOINTED TO HOSPITAL
N. L. Chriss and C. L. Phillips were
appointed to succeed Internes Needham
and Higgins st the county hospital by
the Board of County Commissioners
today. E. J. Mitchell was appointed to
succeed former Druggist Storkan at the
hospital- The appointments were made
upon recommendation of tfcs medical ad
buy trouble, but a genuine quarter burs
Pr. King's New Life Pills: for constlpa
tHin, malaria, headache and Jaundice.
For sals by Beaton Drug Co.
v Whether you do
your own work or
hire a servant, the
Gold Dust way of
ing is "the
is iold In
5c size and Large
Tae large package mesas
Made fcy THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. Chicafo
Makers rf Fsiry Soap (the svsl cae .
"Let the GOLD DUST TWINS do your work"
, H 'V.'
Cor. 16th and Dodge Sts.
Big Can BaW
Powder is Only Big in Size
in Satisfaction -Not in Economy
A laree can and a small cost does not
make baking powder cheap or even less expen
sive than Calumet the high-quality, moderate
price kind. It certainly cannot make it as good.
Don't judge baking powder in this way the real
test the proof of raising power, of evenness, uni
formity, wholesomeness and delicicusness will be
found only in the raking.
m a. t
U a better baking1 powder than yoa hare
ever uaed before. And we will leave it
to your good judgment for proof. Buy a
can today. Try it for any baking: pur
pose. If the results are not better if the
baking is not lighter, more delicious, take
it back and get your money. Calumet is
medium in price but great in satisfac
tion, tree Urge handsome recipe
book, illustrated in colors. Send 4c
and slip found in pound can.
I Highest Award
2Q4sxma 1512 DOUGLAS STREET
9 lUrCS j And 3rd Floor Paxton Block, Cor. 18th and Farnam
6:30 P. M. 10:00 P. M. Saturday
The wearing of THE STETSON SHOE stamps a
man as being particular about his personal appear
anceand personal appearance counts in the busi
The man who wears THE STETSON SHOE is not
a transient customer. He seeks a repetition of his
STETSON SHOE experience an experience that
makes all other shoes seem inferior. V ... '
Look for the RED DIAMOND emblem of QUALITY
"Stetions cost mortby the pair bat Uu by the year"
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