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THE BEE: OMATIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1912.
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1510 Douglas Street
Orkins' exclusive specialty store will show a wide range of women's new fall Suits that
have arrived in the past few days. The materials are soft diagonals, plain and two-tone
diagonals, fine weave serges, plain Bedford cords, extreme wide wale serges and the new
1912 whipcords. .
We have succeeded in securing something exclusive and new for every type of figure
plain tailored for those who require this effect combinations of trimmings for those
who prefer something more elaborate. In a word, this is our best fall showing, now
complete at '
19.59, $25.00, $29.75, $35.08 an
Women's and Hisses9
The pick of popular 1912 styles. The pros
pective buyer of a fall coat will be offered unusual
pleasure here in the fact that she will find not one
but a score of garments that meet the particular
needs and taste. It is the largest collection of
coats we ever had this early In the season.
Prices Are $12.50, $15, $19.50
New Fall Dresses
Exclusive Styles at
Charmeuse Dresses at $15, $19.50 and up
Cloth Street Dresses at $8.75, $10 and up
Silk Dresses at. $12.50, $15 and up
Chiffon Dresses at... $17.50, 22.50 and up
rkiirs pedalty St
1510 Douglas Street
SUPPRESS THE SOCIAL EVIL
Baptists Adopt Resolutions Con
demning Street Solicitors.
WANT PRACTICE PROHIBITED
They Second Demand of Iast Grand
Jury that Police Be Ordered to
Clear the Street of the
, Scarlet Women.
- Standing ' for relentless suppression of
the ' commercialised social evil decisive
resolutions were passed by the Omaha
i Baptist association, now in session here.
Rev. C. H. Bancroft of Silver Creek !s
chairman of the committee.
''Street solicitation for suoh a depraved
' traffic can only be oarried on - undis
turbed where the police department is
Inefficient or culpable," the report sets
forth. ' , t . :,
J Second the Demand.
"The people have a right to expect that
1 the police force shall use every endeavor
to clear the streets of our cities from the
ffensfte menace, the scarlet wtfman.
. We second the demand of the last grand
Jury-' that- unconditional orders be given
by the police department: to arrest women
fioltcltlng on the streets, and we have
the right to expect that the governor of
the state will use his powers to compel
the police department to act in this mat
ter. ,'' '
: ."We are opposed to the so-called segre
gation ' of the social evjl. It does not
segregate.' It creates a district where all
manner of vice and crime fester and mul
tiply. It corrupts the police and reaches
. out its corrupting hand toward every de
partment of government. It exercises
: more political Influence than any dis
trict where virtuous people constitute the
(population and holds the political balance
;of power, which is at the beck and call
of every interest opposed to public wel
fare. The verdicts of the vice commis
sions in the various cities of our land
is uiiaiihnuuo against the policy of seg
regation. The voice of God and of law
and of medicine and of science warn us
that the social evil means the overthrow
of our civilization unless society 'employs
the most thorough repressive measures."
Keeps Him Awake
A railroader from the south end of the
city has explained the peddler nuisance
to xiis city legal department and pleads
for, help. He says many railroad men
work night and sleep days.
. He is under the impression that Police
Commissioner Ryder's order to arrest
these peddlers Is the only solution of th3
"About the time we fall asleep," he
explains, "here comes a peddler raucously
informing us that he has tomatoes, po
tatoes, pumpkins, popcorn and bananas
"Now I want sleep and not vegetables,
but as long as that peddler is within two
blocks of my house I don't get any sleep.
"A second time I doze and begin to
dream of an avalanche of vegetables
pouring down from the sky and burying
us all beyond recovery. Then I am
awakened by another peddler and this
thing keeps up all day."
. ' The highest point of woman's hap
Ipiness is reached only through moth
ierhood, in the clasping of her child
within her arms. lYet the xnother-to-j
be is often fearful of nature's ordeal
and phrinks from the suffering inci
dent to its consummation. But for
nature's Ills and discomforts nature
'provides remedies, and. in Mother's
'Friend, is to be found a medicine of
!gTi value to every expectant mother.
It is , an emulsion for external
application, composed of ingredients
which act .'With beneficial and sooth
leg effect on those portions of the
system involved. It is intended to
prepare the system for the crisis, and
thus relieve, in great part, the suffer
Ing through which the mother usually
passes. The regular use of Mother's
, Friend will repay any mother in the
' comfort it affords before, and the help
ful restoration to health and strength
It brings about after baby comes.
is for sale at
Write for our
free . book . for
expectant moth-- '
ers which -contains much valuable
information, and many suggestions of
a helpful nature.
B4ADF1ELD REGULATOR CO., Altaata, Ca, j
The Sherman ft McConnell Drug Co.,
Cor. 16th 'and ' Dodge, . deserve praise
from Omaha peopde for Introducing
here, the simple , buckthorn 0 bark and
glycerine mixture, known as Adler-i-ka.
This -simple Gern.anu remedy first be
came famous by curing appendicitis
. n"il it has now been discovered that A
'.''LK DOSE relieves sour stomach,
' '', the stomach and constipation
i. NTJ.Y. '
Woodrow Wilson is
Coming Next Month
Congressman C. O. Lobeck and the
other Omaha men. who made up the. com
mittee that waited on Woodrow Wilson
at Sioux City with regard to hia com
ing to Omaha for an address are back
home. Mr. Lobeck says Governor Wilson
expressed himself as pleased to, visit
Omaha. Mr. Lobeck also said that Wil
son was an excellent speaker, having an
engaging - manner' and a clear voice
loud enough to be heara by the large
crowds. "Mr. Wilson gives the audience
the impression that he is sincere," said
Mr. Lobeck, "and many remarks to that
effect could be heard throughout the au
dience during the course of his talk."
Governor Wilson is to be in Omaha on
the forenoon of October 5.
Real Estate Dealers
After Street Car Co,
The Real Estate exchange is going to
"kick up a row" with the Omaha &
Council Bluffs . Street Railway company
unless the company paves the streets
between its car tracks. :
This matter was discussed ftt the weekly
meeting of the exchange and many mem
bers grew Indignant as they talked of
the conditions pf the streets in some parts
of the city Where the" street car company '
has not paved between the tracks.
The discussion finally was ended with
the appointment of a committee whose
duty it will be to confer with the tram
way, officers and city councillors in an
effort to have Improvements made.
R.B.HOWELL TALKS OF RATES
Says Customers' Way of Doing
Things is Not the Bight Way.
EXPLAINS STOCK YARDS RAISE
Declares at Meeting of Real Estate
Exchange that Rates Will Be
Lowered and Facilities
"To have a successful business you
must not do It your customers', way, but
you must prevail upon them to do It
your way. The members of , the Water
board have determined to work out the
best system of operation for the water
plant and get the people to accede to that
R. Beecher Howell, a member of the
Water board, began his speech before the
Real Estate exchange yesterday In this
way and then proceeded with an explana
tion of how the Water board Is and has
been conducting the business of the re
cently purchased municipally owned
He said that the board had found that
the stock yards in South Omaha con
sumed one-third of the water pumped
out from the Omaha plant and that it
was getting water at 3ft cents less than
what it costs the city. For this reason,
he said, the rates for them had been
raised. . . .. .
Inventlaratioii 1 Made.
The speaker told of Investigations made
by the board In other cities and com
pared conditions with those in Omaha,
In Kansas City, ,he said, the consumers
were paying 30 - cents per 1,009 gallons
and that the profits of the municipally
owned plant were expended in extensions
of mains, while in Milwaukee, St. Paul
and Minneapolis, the consumers were
paying. 6 and 8 cents per 1,000 gallons
and the extensions were paid for by
the property owners. ...T
The water board, he declared, Is going
to reduce the water rates In Omaha and
at the same time increase the facilities
of the plant. '
Not Yet Arranged
Alexander Swanson, better known as
Al gwanson, who died in Denver, al
though he was connected with the firm
of Klng-Bwanson of Omaha, was no relation-
of John A. Swanson, whose name
the firm bears.- - Mr. Swanson left hero
about a year ago and has been In Colo
rado for ' his health. His brother, Ed
Swanson, and his sister, with whom he
formerly lived in Omaha, went to Den
ver to bring the body to Omaha for in
Jerry Howard is V.
on His Own System
If democratic candidates want Woodrow
Wilson buttons to adorn the lapels of
their coats and want to get them from
Jerry Howard, in charge of the Woodrow
Wilson league headquarters, they must
be careful to recognize the candidacy of
Mr. Howard himself, who Is running for
state representative from Douglas county.
J. H. Haniey, private secretary to Con
gressman Lobeck, discovered that fact
yesterday. . Haniey good naturedly
slipped Into Howard's sanctorium , and
iid: ,' ' ." '
"Give me some buttons, Jerry The
fellows coming in down at our .place are
all asking for buttons."
"Sure, and let tbim come here for thim,"
Jerry fired back. "I'm running for oftice
as well as Lobeck, and I want thim to
After parleying good-humoredly for a
time Haniey left without the buttons, al
though Mr. Howard finally promised he
would send some down to Lobeck' office
after a while. Mr. Howard has plenty of
buttons. ' '
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Fraud to Get Divorce
j Charged by Husband
Fraud in securing a divorce a year ago
is 'charged against Clara Crowa by Join
Michael- Crowe In a motion to' set aside
the decree. Crowe alleges that after bis
wife started her divorce action a sup
posed reconciliation waa effected; sue
paid him $2,004, and he. thought the di
vorce proceedings were at an end. Never
theless, he says, the wife secured a de
cree of divorce and he knew nothing of
It until months later. ;
Milady's Toilet Table
By Km. DTtille.
'To darken eyebrows and to make
them grow heavy and more even, apply
plain pyroxin with the finger tips. Bruah
Uiem daily and they can be easily trained
into well-formed arches. Ma rage the
eyelash roots gently with pyroxin and
the lashes will grow long and lovely.
"To remove superfluous hair, cover
the surface with a paste made of dela
tone and water, permit to remain two
minutes, renvove and wash the skin with
warm water. Thia treatment la quick,
safe and painless. .
"Washing the head dulls and streaks
the hair. Too much moisture causes
the roots to lose their vitality. Dry
shampooing cleans the scalp, vitalizes
the hair, and leaves It wavy, fluffy and
beautifully lustrous. To make a six
months' supply of the best shampoo
powder, mix four ounces of orrla root
wlt'h a package of genuine therox.
"For their smooth and satln-llke com
plexions, Japanese women depend upon a
lotion made by dissolving a package of
mayatone in a half-pint of witch hazel.
It removes tan, aunburn and blemishes
and prevent the growth- of hair. No
powder la necessary." Adv, -
Users of Hard Coal,
It Will Pay You to Read This
There are TWO good reasons for buying Hard Coal immediately. "
First, It Will Savo You lYJonoy
For the price will have to advance in a few days. A serious shortage of hard coal EXISTS; a shortage
which has already increased the cost and which is going to cause big advances during the winter.! We are
more than convinced of this since the return of our buyers from the east.
Second, It Will Insure Delivery
Consumers have been very slow this year in having their coal delivered. Here it is late in September with
cool evenings which call for coal fires. Not one-tenth of the tonnage has been delivered, and everybody
will soon be clamoring to have their coal put in. The combined delivery facilities of all the dealers could
not deliver this month enough coal to provide all of the people. , '
We Advise Immediate Action
and when you act, consider the advantage to you of placing your order with a concern of 30 years 'standing,
whose coal is sold under an absolute guarantee of satisfaction. Buy Sunderland Certified Coal Wit will
pay you to do so. You will receive the very best coal at as low a price as any dealer can afford to furnish
the QUALITY and 'the QUANTITY you expect and deserve. ! ,
And you will not have to worry about being supplied, for if we take your order we will furnish tike coal no
matter what it costs us; shortage or no shortage.
This is a big advantage in buying from a well established concern.
And then, almost everybody likes the massive, powerful, beautiful horses that draw our sixty" big yell-O '
wagons. . ; ' ' :; ; .
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY-- V
SUNDERLAND CERTIFIED HARD COAL
Order by letter, by phone or in person at our main office, 1614 Harney street, or at any of our several yards. ,
South yard is at 20th and the U. P. Tracks. North yard is at 24th and the Belt Line. West yard is at 42d '
and Izard streets. , ' , . . . - .
Telephone 0flk Vnnr
n Doug. 252
Slumbers Sweet Are Broken
by Alarm-Like 'Water Meter
BRANDEIS BUYS A HOME
Gets Porter Residence at Thirty
Eighth and Chicago Streets.
MRS. BRANDEIS TQ LIVE HERE
Arthur D, Brandela Makes nana to
Have Ilia Kamrty Here a Part
ot the Time and New '
York the nest.
Arthur D. Brandela has purchased the
home of Dr. Elmer R. Torter, 422 North
Thirty-eighth street '
Mra. Brandela, who Uvea In New York,
will now spend considerable time here',
although she will also keep open her New
York hom. Both of the children are now
ot college. Mrs. Herman Cohn, Bister of
Mr. BranHels, and her son, Walter, will
live with Mr. and Mra.. Brandela. Loyal
Cohn wilt leave for Ann Arbor ooUega
next Saturday. J
A Mfe Problem Solved
br that great health tonic, Electrlo Bit
ten, is the enrichment of poor, thin
blood and strengthening the weak. 60c.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co. ,
Movements of Ocean Steamer.
, . Laceiiis.
Port. ' Arrtwd. ,
NKW YORK.,.,... Parent!.....
MONTPEAL ...... Pretorltu...,
VH 1LADKLPH1A. . .BarMrosaa. .
Water consumers now . complain that
the new, smooth-running, easy-glide
meters being installed by the Water board
are not meters at all, but alarm clocks
and music boxes In perpetual operation.
Here comes one- patron to testify that
on a certain night shortly after his meter
had been Installed he waa awakened by
sounds as of a burglar attempting to
enter his house. With a revolver In his
hand he crept into the basement.
As he stepped Into the cellar darkness
he realised that it was not a burglar that
had aroused him, but. the conviction that
some anarchist had "placed an infernal
machine in his home suddenly settled
He waa in such wild terror for a while
that the cljok and rattle from the dark
ness grew to a roar. Momentarily be ex
pected to feel the Impact of a terrific ex
plosion and hear the walls of the house
Switching on a light he searched hur
riedly in every corner and finally came
upon the source ; of the sound '' and
found it was the meter. ; Being addicted
, carpentry as a diversion, the man
brought his entire kit of tools into the
cellar and in the cold of the night,
dressed in pyjamas, he monkeyed with
that meter until morning.
Then he wrote to the Water board a
letter. He admitted that his meter had
an advantage over the meters the water
company used to install. If a faucet is
left turned on it acts as an automatic
alarm and the consumer, without extra
charge, can listen to the gurgles, squeaks
and whines of that meter all night long.
SCHOOLS ARE DISMISSED
ON ACCOUNT OF COLD
Ing and Walnut Hill schools were dis
missed by Superintendent Graff yesterday
morning on account of lack of heat.
New boilers Installed In these buildings
during vacation are not ready for serv
Ice, but Superintendent Flnlayson expects
to have them ready within a few days.
The teachers In the two schools were sent
to visit other schools during the day.
The 1,100 pupils were given an untram
; The , Persistent and Judicious Use ot
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Bowels Sluggish. Stomacfv Sour,
Gassy, Upset? Cascarets Great
That awful sourness, belohlng of acids and foul gaaes; that pain In thepit of
the stomach, the heartburn, nervousness, nausea, bloating after eating, feeling, of
fullness, dlszlnes8 and sick headache, means your stomach is full of sour bile
your liver Is torpid your, bowels constipated. It isn't your stomach's fault it
isn't indigestion it's biliousness and constipation. . - ,s ,
Try Cascarets; they Immediately sweeten the stomach, l remove the sour,
undigested and fermenting food and foul gases; take the exoese bile from the
liver and carry off the constipated waste 'matter from the bowels. Then youp
stomach trouble is ended. A Cascaret tonight straightens you out by morning.'
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"CASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU .SLEEP."
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