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THE BEE: OMAHA. "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24. 191?.
Clean pots and pans
Germs of decay accumulate
on oft-used pots and pans, anr1
ordinary soap and water onh
cleans off the surface.
Gold Dust does the work
and does it right It digs dee;
after germs, cleans like a nc
whistle and leaves your po!
and pans as bright as the da
they were new and sani
Gold Dust does this work ir
just half the time required bj
soap or aay other cleanser.
Does it better, too.
Gold Dost cleans everything
Gold Dust ia
Bold in 60 aize
u4 large pact- gEig.
greater economy. 7.
-Lttkm COLD DUST TWINS ale year war"
The beer behind
the triangular label
possesses character and
quality to a marked
LOST FAITH IN DOCTORS
Bat Now Ee commends United
Doctors to His Friends.
IS WELL ANDSTEONG NOW
Mr. Davison Give All Credit to
Those Master Specialists For -Hia
Preaent Good Health.
Tba out ot Mr. C. H. Davison, a prom
inent and prosperous fanner living on
R. B, No. 1, North Bend. Neb., as told
ty himself Id tba letter which folows.
la only one of many which are being
cured by the United Doctors, those ex
pert medical specialists who have then
Omaha offlcea located on the second
floor of the Neville block, corner of
16th and Harney streets, every week.
All of their patients have the asms
cheerful messge to their friends and
neighbors because the United Doctors
refuse to treat any Incurable case and
they sever uss the knife. Mr. Davison's
North Bend. Netj., Deo. X, 151L
Ones more 1 will writs you of my pro
greee under your treatment. I am doing
fine, have not felt better in several years,
am able to do a good day'a work every
day and eat three square meals regu
larly. Do not have those eevere griping
palne or pain In my atotnach any more,
and only one dlasy feeling In elk months.
Before I took your treatment It was
suite common for ma to have a dixsy,
fainting spell, and becauea of that fact
my family would not permit me to go
amvwhere alone. But now I go every
where alone, do ail kinds of work and
bh more worrying about bad spells.
I am very thankful to you for what
you have done for me, also would say
I have recommended you to several of
my friends, moot of whom, like myself,
bad no faith In doctora any more.
1 am aa wall, healthy and strong aa
any man could be at my age, and I
shall aay a good word for you whenever
I can. Now If you wish to use this let
ter to help someone else suffering as I
have Buffered, you are at perfect liberty
to do ad.
C. H. DAVISON.,
The United Doctora treat all curable
cases of chronic diseases of the nerves.
Mood, akin, heart, liver, stomach, kid
Bays, rheumatism, neuralgia, constipa
tion, goiter, epilepsy, gall stones, catarrh,
dyspepsia, indigestion, dropsy, weak back,
ecaema. scrofula, diseases of women and
diseases and weaknesses of men.
Any sick person Is aafa In going to
theaa specialists who have their Omaha
offices located on the second floor of
the Neville block, corner of Uth and
Harney streets, tor they accept no In
curable cases. Their consultation and
advice la tree to aL
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BRIEF CITY NEWS
slave Boo Mat It.
aHectrle Irons Burgess-Oranden,
&. V. Caarohill. Dentist. : Brand els
ft. W. xatproresseat Clnb Masts The
Southwest Improvement club will
meet this evening at Twenty-fourth and
oattish Bongs aad Masie For the
benefit ot some ot the funds, a Scottish
entertainment will be given at the Pearl
Methodist church the evening of May .
There will be Scottish songs- and mu?A
Ons Applicant Vails Twelve elef
triclana have been licensed by the special
board of examiners created by the city
council. Thirteen applied for permits,
but one could not pasa the examinations,
lne examinations are held at the office
of City Electrician Mlchaelaen.
Wysaaa to Bolld stores A contract
haa been let for the erection of a su-
building at the northeast corner ot Four
teenth end Dodge streets, Henry Wy
maa Is the builder, the contract tor which
was given to Charles Forslond. The
building will be 60x6 feet and one story
high, to be divided Into storerooms.
Architect Burd F. Miller planned the
Many WooM be tailors Bright
weather brought out many desirables for
the United States navy, five men being
accepted out of nine who applied at the
local recruiting station. Four men will
be given transportation to report for
duty aa seamen at Newport News, Va.
Orders received Friday to begin enlist
ing men will bring many more into the
service from Omaha, It la thought
Ohtoaaa to Bold Banquet The annual
reception and banquet ot the Ohio club
will be held on May 1 at the Paxton
hotel, the reception to begin at 30, to be
followed at I by a banquet All those
either born In Ohio or whose parents re
sided there are welcome. Tickets costing
II per person can be had at tha offices of
M. K. Rladon. Dsvldga block; A. L,
Havens, 17N Farnam street Bee building;
Sherman ft McConnell Drug company.
Thompson. Belden Co.
Advice Dealt Out to
Violators of the
Having purchased a new automobile
and being told nothing about apeed laws
C. L, Crumblesa of Surprise, Neb., pro
ceeded to have a good time Monday night
He was arrested by Motorcycle Of fleets
Emery and Wheeler. Judge Foster ad
vised him of the apeed laws, and dis
Joseph "Peterson of J11S Leavenworth
was arrested tor speeding with a motor
cycle. He told tha court he thought a
"pop-pop" machine could go any speed.
Judge Foster thought differently by as
sessing a fins of 11 and costs.
L. D, Webster, HIS Farnam and George
Klmmell, la North Forty-first, were
fined 16 and costs; Fred Brandes of MB
South Twenty-fourth was arrested twice
in an hour and was fined 17.60 snd costs.
Clarence Helm drew IS and coata for
A. H. Red was fined ft and costs for
driving upon ths wrong side of the street
and cutting a corner at Sixteenth and
McDonald and Pete
Henry 8. McDonald, republican, and
County Commissioner Peter K. Elsasser,
democrat will be the contenders for the
office of county commissioner from the
first district, according to the unofficial
returns with one precinct missing.
With the fourth precinct of the Elev
enth ward still unheard from McDonald
has 1.016 votes for ths republican nomltuu
tlon; Fred Schroeder has CS and W. r.
Cowger haa XU.
Unofficial figures on ths - democratic
aide, with those of the third precinct of
tha Seventh ward still missing, give El
sasser V7 and his opponent. B. J. Mc
Holdup Men Tackle
Officer Eddie Morgan almost experien
ced the feeling of being held up early
yeeterday morning, but his police Instinct
got the better of him and Instead of wait
ing tor toe thrill, he added a couple ot more
arrests to his April record.
Morgan waa returning to the station
from a downtown restaurant and as he
paaaed a stalrwsy en Eleventh street be
tween Farnam and Douglas, two men
called out to hint to halt Morgan did.
but be presented the would-be robbers
with a gleaming .44 calibre Colt'a revol
ver, muaxle first aad then he marched
the men .o headquarters, where they
gave the names of Stanley Pickwick and
J. W. Daniels. They explained their ac
tions by Baying that they mistook Morgan
for a friend whom they wanted to scare.
The men resemble somewhat two of the
stlckups who slugged K. P. Gamble last
night and they are being Investigated.
MISS LATHROP RESPONDS
TO CONGRATULATORY NOTE
Miaa Julia Lathrop of Hull House.
Chicago, who was appointed chief of ths
Federal Children's bureau by President
Taft, waa sent congratulationa by Mrs.
M. D. Cameron on behalf of the Omaha
Woman's club, which wss one of many
federated clubs In the country which
have been working for the bureau. Mrs.
Cameron heard from Mlas Lathrop Tues
day morning as follows:
Please accept my earnest thanka for
your telegram of congratulation. I
realise Oeeply that President Taft haa
offered me a great opportunity for use
fulness. It would require a much abler
person than myself to get the best pos
sible results from this new undertaking.
but aa the bureau Is due in large measure
to the Interest snd effort of the club
women of America, I am sure Its execu
tive may count upon their continuing
advice and aid In making It serve the
interests of the children ot our land. In
creasingly. CHI0D0 WILL CONSTRUCT
NEW APARTMENT HOUSE
T. V. Chtode will eooatreot sBOdera,
three-story apartment bouse at CM Booth
Twenty-fourth street this spring. Be has
drawn the plans and wul begin work en
the building early, to structure win
be sf brick and will eo
In the abdominal regloa Is often prevented
by the use el Dr. Kings New Lire Pius,
the mini purifiers. Sc. Far anas by
Beaton Drug Ce
I SAGE OF EAST ACBOEA CONTRIB
UTES EEGU1AE1Y TO THE SEE.
EMU BRANDEIS MADE WILL
Victim of Titanic Disaster Leavea
Estate Worth Million.
HAKES BEQUEST TO CHARITY
Mrs. Herman Ceaa Reeelvee alls,
000, rive Nieces and Nephews
Crt aso.OOO Each aad Bal
ance Gere to Brothers.
Emll Brandels, who gave up his life
that woman and children could be saved
from the sinking Titanic, leaves an es
tate estimated to be worth In the neigh
borhood of SI.OcO OT). The will Is to be
Always philanthropic, ltr. Brandels In
preparing his will art aside &, for
charity, the money to be expended by
the executors, Arthur D, Brandels, H.
Hugo Brandels and John L. Kennedy.
Mrs. Herman B. Colin, also one of the
victims of the two distressing tragedies
that have been brought home to the
Brandels family within the last year. Is
remembered by her brother with a be
quest ot tlS.000.
For his five nieces and nephews he
set aside flso.OiO to be equally divided
among them. The balance of the estate
goes to his brothers. Arthur D. Brandels
and H. Hugo Brandels.
Explosion of Gases
Kills Gus Bergquist
An explosion of gases In an Ifm mould
created by moist moulding sand, caused
the death ot (Jus Bergquist, night foundry
foreman st ths American Smelting aad
Refining company. The coroner's Jury
spent over an hour deliberating over the
testimony taken at the Inquest.
No blame wss attached to the corpora
tion, as It was shown that ths dead man
had sole chsrgs of his department The
explosion occurred Wednesday night
about 7:10 o'clock and he died early Sat
urday morning at Clarkson Memorial
Tou will look a good wnne before yon
find a better medicine for coughs and
colds than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It not only gives relief H cures. Try It
when you hsve a cough or cold, and you
are certain to be pleased with tha prompt
cure which It wUl effect For aale by all
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Bee Advertising la the Road to Business
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BUMPER YIELDS PREDICTED
Railroad Officials Talk with Farm
ers and Elevator Owners.
GRASS IS COMING OK RAPIDLY
Tear Over Xnrth western ta Dakota
aad Wyoming Ranges Indicates
that Leases of Stock Were
Railroad offices are unusually opti
mistic over the crop outlook, and although
the growing season haa hardly com
menced, are predicting bumper yields of
small grain this year In Nebraska.
Northwestern officials are Just back
from a tour that covered most of the
Nebraska lines and after talking with
farmers and elevator men, declare that
there has never been a time at this sea.
sob of the year when the outlook was so
promising. From Fremont through, south
west to the Kansas line, on the York an I
Hastings, on the Seribner and Oakdale
and on the Omaha and Lincoln branches.
the condition at this lime Is estimated
te be 100 per cent. All over thia terri
tory the ground is reported to be in the
best possible state, with plenty of mols-
lure. The winter wheat acreage Is larger
than during former years and owing to
the recent heavy rains. Is farther ad
vanced. Farmers are sowing their oats
and In some Instances, plowing for corn
Damage la Discounted.
The report that the winter wheat
through the southern part of the state
was damaged by dry weather and high
winds Is discounted, the reports indi
cating that there were but two or three
counties In southeast Nebraska and a like
area In Kansas that sustained any dam
The grass Is coming on rapidly and
cattle are picking their living In the
pastures. This applies equally to the
sandhills ot Nebraska, the ranges ot
South Dakota and Wyoming.
On their tour the Northwestern offi
cials learned that the live stock losses
throughout South Dskota and Wyoming
during tha winter were not over-esti
mated. In many localities, north and eaat
of the Black Hills and In eastern Wyom
ing, ths cattle loss Is "put down at X
per cent and that ot sheep much greater.
The Burlington's first crop report of
the season Is out and has srrlved st the
general manager's office In Omaha. It la
gathered by superintendents snd agents
In' Nebraska, who get their Information
from observations and from talks with
farmers. This report shows that the soil
contains an unusual qua.itlty of moist
ure, largely accumulated from melted
Acre age Is Increaaed.
The Burlington a report Bays that after
the anow melted, the sun and atrong
winds tended to form a hard crust on the
fields. In moat cases ths fields hsve
been harrowed and the crust broken.
And taking Into account the damage done
after she snow disappeared, the winter
wheat crop starts the season with a
prospect of 80 per cent ot the minimum.
The acreage la put down aa bolng much
larger than In former years.
A general rain fell last week over most
of ths grsln raising area of Nebraska
snd it Is predicted thst If rains occur
snd seasonable weather prevails, the
crop prospects will be up to 100 per cent
within the next few weeks.
Girls Sell Papers
for Benefit, of the
Three of the fines looking girls of the
Columbia Burleaquers, now playing at the
Qayety theater, have been picked by
Manager Johnson to sell Evening Bees
on Wednesday, Thursday, Fridsy and
Saturday afternoons. The proceeds will
he applied to ths Tltsnlo steerage pas
Ths young women are Mlas Nellie Flor-
ede, one of the principals, and aliases
Ray Lynns and Marts Allen, members of
They will cry their wares In the lobby
of the theater at tha conclusion of ths
matinee performances on the afternoons
mentioned. In organising ths girls bare
decided that no change will be returned
to patrons. They will hold to every
penny thst Is offered to them.
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
c elegance, located in
Nework's social centre
Easily accessible to
tlieatre and slxppincL
Sentle ooanaltsm bsfjnH? P ioY
S..W mens with bens tta5
PoaUe icoss) wan balhs "tbiSuWS
SPCCIAL DISCOUNT 5XriO
MAY re OCTOBER.
NEW YORK. CITY
Cutting down the
With food prices soaring skyward the house
wife needs an elastic allowance or must
buy more wisely. This doesn't mean buy
ing cheaper meats, but buying less meat
Fill its place with
A 5c package of Faust Spaghetti will give a generous
helping to five persons. And they won't require meat,
for they get all the nourishment from spaghetti that
the body requires. See what a saving Faust Spaghetti
means to you. Make it the chief dish for dinner at
least once a week. Your grocer sells it in 5c and 10
packages. Write for our free booklet of Faust Recipes.
St. Louis, Mo.
rake Concerns to Be
Waged by the Club
A special committee to secure legisla
tion regulating the Irresponsible out
side concerns thst are taking Omaha
capital waa appointed by the executive
committee of the Commercial club yester
Kndesvors will be msde to secure a
law similar to the famous "blue sky"
law of Kansas which keeps under the
strictest regulation the promoters of
spurious buslnoss propositions which In
veigle home capital into foreign con
cerns The Commercial club haa been moved
to action by the many foreign concerns
which recently have come Into the local
field and supplied their wanta with money
which the club feels should hsvs gone
Into wormy and needy home Institutions
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20 BELOW OMAHA
acknowledged to be the moat perfectly construc
ted, sanitary and ice-aaving refrigerators ever put on the mar
ket. Save fully one-third on your ice bill and lasts a life
time. Ordinary refrigerator only last about five years.
Hade of solid oak,
lain lining. Constructed
most substantia! manner. Come in and let
us ahow you their many valuable features.
Stiu OI B LIXE OF
FAMOI S TOCKI8T GO-CARTS
THE WORLD'S BEST
The committee appointed to secure
proper legislation ta Sam Hums, jr., J.
A. C.Kennedy and p. A. Wllhelm.
SHRINERS TO CROSS THE
PLAINS TO CALIFORNIA
The Omaha roads are lining up their
trains for the Shrtner pilgrimage to the
oasis of Los Angeles, where the annual
meet will be held during the first week
In May. Ths Omaha, Sioux City and
Sioux Falls trmplea will move ever the
Union Pacific, starting May a They will
have a solid train, consisting of seven
standard sleepers, a buffet oar, an ob
servation car, diner, baggage and
The Milwaukee road has been desig
nated aa the line to be used by ths Iowa
Shrlnera. It will carry Chief Rabban
Brotherton and a number of tha Imperial
officers. . Stops of soms length will be
made In Omaha. Denver, Colorado
Springs and Bait I -eke City.
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PRICE NOT ONE DAY, BUT EVERY DAY
Every housekeeper who takes pride.
in her ability to manage her affairs,
economically, snd in keeping; down ex
penses, should be interested in seeing the
finest Refri.rera.tor made. We carry full
line of the
quarter tawed panels and real porce
throughout in the strongest and
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BIG OPENING SALE OF PORCH GOODS
Full Line of Famous Green Fibre
20 Below Omaha Price, $2.50 Up.
SEE bow asnch bettet It j
. snakes the baking
SEE now winch mors) nai ;
ivma ia Quality j
SEE fcow para) how food !
SEE how economical mmi
SEE that jroa get Caluast
Captain Martha Mary
By Avery Abbott
A sonthmT tale of a p rocky little
Mother oi the Tenements, ana oi her
devotion to hat brood of younfer
brothers and sisters. Martha Mary
has ths emcieocy that often rose
with red hair, and how aha wins out
is delightfully told.
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6x9 Seamless Brussels
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