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TUB BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1912.
"Geef Thai ZEUO ! BRIEF CITY NEWS
Staek-raleoner Co., Undertakers. (
Lighting inxtares-Barffess-Graaden Co.
Have Boot Print It Now Beacon Press,
alley, the Dentist, City Nat D. 15(8.
Omaha rUtta Co. Eatab. liS. D.J5S5.
George A. Maguey for county attorney.
4 Foels Gcod, Hal"
For Prickly Heat, Pimple, Blotches,
iStorlieads, Eczema and Dandruff,
ZM0Ia a IT aw Wonder.
At last, a remedy for skin torture
that tYI If a Hnrluul a I) mw.A
jHoo-ray. rva round it at last!" ZEMO
Is really extraordinary, as any man or rrank Fltoa Want DlTorce Frank'
woman a prove immediately at coat j pitch has started suit for dlvoroe asalnst
Jennie Fitch. They were married In Salt
Lake City two years aro.
arg Ptamonw Bold C B. Brown
company, the diamond merchants, last
week sold to Samuel Ludwif of Wiener,
Neb., one of the finest and larrest soli
taire diamonds that has been on the mar
ket in the last year. The stone is said
to be well over two carats, but the pur
chase prloe was not divulged.
X4 Sues "for Heavy Bamafes Isaac
Firsht, a. boy who was run down and in
jured by a street car at Sherman avenue
and Grace street October U, has started
suit for $15,000 damages against the street
railway company. He alleges permanent
Impairment of sight and other permanent
injuries. When the lad left a car and
started to cross the tracks behind It a
car moving in the opposite direction
struok him, says the petition. It Is al
leged he was not warned of the approach
of the other oar.
of only a few cents, if you have prick
ly heat, eczema. Irritated or inflamed
skin, blotches, ptmples or blackheads,
you will marvel at the result of ZEMO
after a few applications.
; Tou can't realize it until you have
vised it. Get a SS-oent bottle first, to prove
to yourself conclusively that you never
heard of or bought anything like It In all
ZEMO gives Instant relief, pain dis
appears, sores and rashes leave you.
When you apply ZEMO, It sinks right
tn and disappears. Then, behold, your,
ekin troubles vanish I A few applica
tions of ZEMO will stop dandruff.
ZEMO is absolutely safe. It will
make your skin feel as balmy as a
June morning. Try It after shaving,
; It gives the skin a treat.
ZEMO is sold In 25-cent and $1 hot
ties, or sent direct, on receipt of price,
by BY W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis.
Mo. Try a 25-ceat ' bottle and when
convinced, get a 11 bottle which con
tains six times as much as the 25-cent
Zemo Is sold and guaranteed by , drug
gists everywhere and in Omaha by Sher
man & McConnell Drug Co., Cor. 16th and
podge Sts., 16th and Harney Harney St.,
24th and Farnam Sts.. Loyal Pharmacy,
W7-9 North 16th St
BABE K1LEDINAOT0 WRECK
Two Others Fatally Hurt When Ma
chine Upsets on Dodge Road.
VICTIMS ABE FROM AMES, NEB.
Car is Drives Teo Past aroaad a
Sharp Tnra ana Tarns Tartle,
Throwing the Occupant
ob Hard Marndiu,
dy. Beautifies and
V What a pity it is to see so many peo
ple with this, wispy hair, - faded or
streaked with gray, and realist that
most of these people might have soft,
glossy, abundant hair of beautiful color
and lustre if they could but use the
proper treatment. There is no neces
sity for gray hair under sixty-five years
of age, and there is no excuse for any
one, young or old, having thin, stragg
ling hair, either full of dandruff or
seavy . and rank smelling with , ex
Many Pupils Who
Cannot Speak English
Thirty-one pupils in the Pacific kinder
garten school are unable to speak English
and Miss Alice E. Hayes, director of the
kindergarten, has struggled for six weeks
with one little tot who has not, up to this
date, spoken a word of English.
Nearly every nationality is represented
In' this . kindergarten and the principal.
Miss Lisxle Banker, has been compelled
to resort to every known means' of teach
ing language to aid Miss Hayes in the
colossal task of teaching the youngsters
a new tongue.
Some of the children lesrn quickly and
soon become as proficient in the EngllBh
language as their American neighbors,
but others present an almost Impossible
task. ; '
The situation at Pacific Is repeated In
several other schools. The night schools
attended by nearly 600 students, must
teaoh student who speak from fifteen to
twenty different language, but as they
are more mature than the attendants of
day sohool the task 1 usually less difficult
Postal Bonds to Be
Issued in January
The third issue of postal savings bonds
is to be mad January 1, 1913., Those who
desire these bonds must apply at the
local postal savings banks on or before
December 2, 1912. Depositors in the postal
savings banks may exchange the whole
or a part of their deposits for United
States registered or coupon bonds in
denomination of (20, $100 or 1500 bearing
Van rmi rvH er frtastb f Vt a natural onlrts
of your hair In a few days and forever i tr0IM anua 1913' at ne ne
rid yourself of any dandruff and loose
hairs, and make your hair grow strong
and' beautiful by using Wyeth's , Sag
and-Sulphur Hair Remedy, For gener
ations common garden Sage has-been
used for restoring and preserving , the
color of the hair; and Sulphur is recog
nized by Boalp Specialists aa being
excellent for treatment of hair and scalp
If you are troubled with dandruff or
Itching scalp, or If j our -hair Is losing it
color or oomlng out, get a ' fifty cent
bottle of -Wyeth's Sage and Sulphm
from your druggist, and notice the Im-.
provement in the, appearance of your
hair after a few days' treatment,
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co., 101 So.
J6th, 32 So. 16th, 207 N. 16th, 24th and
Farnam Sts. Advertisement
f VI A NEVVPORT.
(j New Inserted tips make
of 2 per cent per annum, payable semi-"
annually and redeemable at the pleasure
of the United States after one year from
the date of issue. Postal savings bonds
are exempt from all taxes or duties of the
United States as well as from taxation
In any form by or under state, municipal
or local authority.
When a depositor has deposited as much
as $500 In the postal savings bank he
must take a postal savings bond for all or
a parft of it before he As permitted to
deposit more. The postal savings banks
do not carry larger accounts with In
dividuals. . ; .,
strong V where others
. 2 for 25 cents"
CLUETT, PKABODY 6c COMPANY
Porcelaii Dental Work
Three patents on Porcelain. Crowns
and Bridge Work, the most sanitary
dental work of modern times, and
this is causing many to investigate-
Dr. Todd 1 protesting against so
much gold used and the old method
of half teeth, "which In many oases
cause a filthy condition of the mouth.
It costs you nothing to Investigate,
and learn'somethlng about dentistry,
and learn the value of' Dr. Todd's
Office, 403 Eraadels Bldg.
It oftes euMd by polKmontcaterrh rem. drop-
PtDff QOWO from the BOM. ICaarinn'a th orlvlnAl
ad (rDnm0UrrUl Jcllr quickly aootbaa tb
lnDaisad tlttM. and kaala tha raw nlra. rtnn't
dala?! HowlithlMtoctKondon'a. Hold by
"wa'm ,Twjmi,r Hvpnamiui
Urjrtubw, tenple FRJO (rem uidow.
saw W. Cesjsaay, Wtneasetls, Mas,
Girl Confesses that
' Holdup Was Hoax
Stuffing a handkerchief in her mouth,
bruising- her face and lying down In the
center of the sidewalk at Thirtieth and
California streets, feigning unconscious
ness. Miss Margaret Weigel, 423 North
Thirty-fourth street, was found Wednes
day night by pedestrians. She, told them a
dramatic story of how a large negro had
followed ' her from a down town storo
where he had seen hercash a check for
114, leaped . upon hre after she left the
street car, knocked her down with his
fkt. gagged her and disappeared with her
nuna - ' M
Yesterday she ". -'.broke1, down when
questioned by Detectives Donahue and
Fleming and said she had not been held
up by ,a negro. That she had gagged
herself and lay down, on the sidewalk
so as to make her parents think she was
robbed as she' had used up her week's
salary In . straightening out a shortage
at the Bran Jeis store where she worked
until last week.
One dead, two fatally Injured and an
other seriously hurt Is the latest toll
due to automobile accidents this month.
Roy, 8-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Nelson of Ames, Neb., was almost
Instantly killed, his mother and A. p.
Nelson fatally Injured and hla father
badly hurt yesterday at 12:30 when
the automobile In which they were riding
turned turtle five miles out on the West
Dodge street road, throwing them out
on the herd roadbed.
The littlt) tot died on the way to the
hospital. The other victims of the acci
dent are at the Methodist hospital, where
they were taken by J. A. Freeland and
T. II. Nash.
H. A. Nelson, the little' boy's father,
was driving the machine. The party was
on the way to Omaha, where they were
bringing the child for medical treatment
Just the other side of the Northwestern
tracks, which cross the Dodge street road
about five miles west of Omaha, there
is a sharp turn In the road. Nelson at
tempted to make this turn while going
at a fast rate of speed. The automobile,
being very light, turned uver and threw
the occupants out.
Car Turns Tartle.
Although none was pinioned under th
car, the contact with the hard macadam-
.Iced road resulted serlpusly. The little
lad fell on his head. Mrs. H. A. Nelson
and A. P. Nelson sustained Internal In
juries and are In a critical condition at
the hospital. H. A. Nelson, who owns the
car and was driving, suffered bad bruises
about the face and body. His injuries
are not xonsldered alarming. A. P. Nel
son is about GO years of age, and is not
related to H. A. Nelson. ,
Albert Anderson, a chauffeur living at
Ames, was in the machine at the time.
He jumped as the machine turned and
escaped injury. .
J. A. Freeland, manager of the Freeland
Automobile company,, and F. II. Nash,
one of the salesmen, were out on the
Podge street road testing out a new car.
They reached the scene a few minutes
after the accident and rushed the vic
tims to the hospital.
The machine was but slightly damaged.
It turned over three times, righted Itself,
and ran a distance of 100 feet In the op
posite direction from which It was going
when overturned and came to a stop in
the center of the , road.
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m . .,111 m -w m m
" : lPj green
makes it easy for you to know
whiskey is pure. The little
stamp which he places over the
if every bottle of
Take a bottle
Bottled In Bond
is the sign of pure whiskey. It means that the whiskey was made,
aged and bottled under Uncle Sam's watchful eye. He knows jt is
pure and he so labels it. It is a little stamp with a large meaning.
See that it is on the bottle you take home.
School in Omaha
After conferring with Commissioner J.
M. Guild of the Commercial club Presi
dent 1 Holovtchiner of the Board of
Education announces that he will go be
fore the Commercial club to ask assist
ance in establ'shing a technical high
Dr. Holovtchiner says Mr. Guild is con
sidering the plan and the outlook for a
campaign In tfie near future to raise
money for the school or work up a senti
ment that would demand a levy for the
purpose Is "promising."
Superintendent E. U. Graff, who has
made a study of the technical school, Is
heartily in favpr of establishing such an
institution here, but is willing to wait
until some of the western oltles, which
have undertaken the work on a large
scale, have failed or succeeded.
Members of the Board of Education
are generally -in favor of Holovtchinex's
proposit on and believe that U Is only a
question of a few years until it will be
necessary to give 5maha students the
opportunity to secure a "practical edu
cation" 'in technical public schools.
New Court House
HALL'S NAMENOT ON BALLOT
Judge Baker Advise. City Clerk Not
to Add Bull Moose Name.
MAKES HOLOVTCHINER SURE
President of the School Board Not
lias No Opposition to His He
Election as Member of
Will Come to Omaha
bjr Special Train
Unooln teachers will coma to Omaha
Wednesday of the state teachers' con
vention week next month in a special
train carrying about 300 teachers. This
information was communicated to Super
intendent Graff by Superintendent Fred
Hunter of the Lincoln schools.
While here the Lincoln teachers will
visit the srhqpls of the city in a body.
Harlan, la., has decided to send Us
entire teaching staff of twelve to the
The entertainment committee has beenj
notified by the South Omtiha Live Stock
exchange men that the members of the
exchange expect to give all visiting teach
ers a luncheon some timo during con
' It begins to appear that the new mil
lion-dollar county building is not larga;imply
enough to house all the county officials.
The county commissioners are trying to
find quarters for County Physician F. J.
There is no provision of law for placing
the name of Dr. Staoy Hall, "progressive"
nominee for member of the Board of Edu
cation from the Second ward, on the bal
lot, according to Judge Ben Baker, city
corporation counsel, who rendered a writ
ten opinion upon the request of City Clerk
Flynn. -':.:,...- - ,.
This decision, if not taken to the courts
leaves Dr. E. Holovotchjner, president
of the school board and candidate for re
election, a free field, as he t's the repub
lican nominee and there is no democratic
A. H. Blgelow and Dr. F. A. Edwards,
officers of the so-called progressive city
central ' committee that met and nom
inated Dr. Hall, notified the city clerk
of the nomination. Mr. Flynn took the
case at once to the legal department and
notified Dr. Hall that his name would
not appear on the ballot.
Judge Baker's opinion on the case says:
I have carefully gone over the statute
governing such matters as well as the
papers constituting the nomination of Dr
Stacy Hall, and I have examined the pro
test of Henry Kleser to tho placing of
".Rcr.u5...a7n At an adjourned meeting of the city
and studying the statutes on the subject i council a hearing on the selection of
f a nomination by a new party I am of leaving material for paving Cuming
the opinion that the nomination papers , street from Forty-third to Forty-eighth
Stump for Mr. Taft
F. M. Currle of Broken Bow, chair
man of tho republican state central com
mittee, expects to stump for Taft In the
Sixth Congressional district for a wook or
more. Vice Chairman J. H. Culver and
Secretary Amos Thomas are In charge
COUNCIL TO DESIGNATE
PAVING FOR CUMING STREET
.H-J . I-.- Cfa XT.. 11 An vin
meu wnn yuu uy 11. Dia, ""."' ,. . nr M.mrlav mnrnlna at 10 o'clnnk.
with the Htatutes and mat." -" --
jNone 01 me petitions lor paving inia
proper steps have not been taaen to mane
Dr. Stacy Hall eligible as such candidate
to bo placed upon the offlcal ballot.
It Is my opinion tnat you are witnout
street was sufficient and the city coun
cil will hear property owners and then
designate the material. '
to Be Largest Ever
From present Indications, the conven
tion of the Nebraska Teachers associa
tion, which meets here next month, will
be the largest attended meetfng the asso
ciation has ever had.
Letters continue to come to the nub
llclty bureau announcing delegations of
teachers from the various towns through
out the state. Nearly every town In Ne
braska will send its full quota of teach
ers to the Omaha convention. E. V.
Parrlsh, manager of the publicity bureau,
estimates that ,000 men and women will
be in attendance,
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
Legitimate "Big Business."
Woman Of f ers to
' Give Husband His
Freedom for $200
The offer of Bessie Reiner of New
Tork City to give her husband, Israel
Reiner, of Omaha, a divorce for 1200
was received by Sheriff McShane. Several
days sgo It was announced that notice f
Reiner's suit hsd been served upon his
wife in the. metropolis and she had told
the authorities there he might have his
freedom for a paltry two hundred. Her
letter to the sheriff is to the same broad,
general effect. , .
The woman's offer has no standing in
law. If she pleases she can fight the suit
and counter claim far tsoo or more
alimony. Unless shfj does this her hus
band may get his diverts for considerably
less than fifa..
tJSrm, - . f mrr-4
e best food tkat comet in tie grocer
bastet Faust Spaghetti more nourislj
in$ tkan many timet it cost in other food.
Our fras look tails of many delitfntful ways,
" errs it AT YOOR GROCER'S
In $taM package Se and l(h
MAULL BROS St. Iau. Ma.
c,.l.ll,.- Km -all o,nolluhlo rnnm enema in I SUthOrltV Of laW ,18 CltV Clerk of the City
, k' n, xnhuu wnt. n I ot Omaha to print or place the name of i
i.v3 '- rr. Btanv Hall unon the of tic al ballot
roffice in the county building so that R11 a ea.ndida.te for the office of member
county patients may find him there -at j0f ihe Poard o' Krl'ioatLin of ti-e Clly of
tertaln hours. Jt Is doubtful if a plaoo ; umana xor me oecuuu w.u u uc .ui
or him can be found.
HOTEL CLERKS HAVE
NOT NAMED HEADQUARTERS
GREAT SALE0F BLANKETS
Next Monday Drandein Stores' Will
Place on Sale the Most Remark
able Bargains lu Dlankets
fcrer Known In Omaha,
A sale right at the opening of the sea
son, overshadowing any event in the past
We secured the entire overproduction of
blankets from two of the largest and
best known mills in the oountry at less
than, the aotual cost to manufacture.
These mills specialised in blankets of
the finest character; they are perfect in
very respect, yet the prices next Mon
day are JUST HALF what you will pay
at any other time.
: All wool 11-4 and 12-4 blankets, worth
to 6.00, at palr-2.50.
All .wool twin bed blankets, worth JS.00,
at, each X3.60.
Cozars sanitary ' blankets, worth
$15.00, at each J7.50.
- Scores of other bargains In the windows,
DELZELL LOOKS AFTER
. HIS FENCES IN OMAHA
- ' James -E; Delsell, state superintendent
;of, public instruction and candidate on
tja republican flcket for re-election, is
-In Omaha Mr. Delzell visited the head
quarters of te republican committee in
Omaha. He is' scheduled to .address the
; Creighton University Republican club at
i the meeting at Bartght's hall. Nine
teenth and Farnam street next Monday
evening. ' ' ' , ., . , I , .
A Serious Breakdown
results from chronic const-pation.. Dr
King's 'New Life. Pills relieve headache
stomach, liver and , bowel trouble.. 26c
For sale by Beaton TJrug Co. Advertise
ment. - . i . ,
upon at the next general election.
The election proclamation of the Board
of Education was Issued calling" attention
to the vacancies by regular expiration ol
terms of the Frist. Second Third anl
Fourths ward members and the election
By mistake it nas neen ""lward. The nominees are: First ward;
the headquarters for the annual meeting j R
the NtoTtr; rd ward, F. J. Taggart;
develops that the meeting place or .,- nd Edmund F.
.hi' nrcanliatlon which U to convene
here December 4 and 5 has not yet been
definitely arranged, but will be arranged
nfxt Wednesday. It Is the plan of
those In charge to patronize 'several of
the leading hotels In Omaha while here
by having, various dinners and banquets
at the various hotels. One hotel will of
course have to ne designated as the
place for the enrollment of the members.
If you have young children you have
perhaps noticed that disorders of ' the
stomach are their most common ailment
To correct this you will find Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets excel
lent. They are easy and pleasant to take,
and mild and gentle In effect. For sale
by all druggists. Advertisement.
lakes the Hair Grow
And Scalp Itch Vanish
Every. Woman Can Have Charming Hair Full of Life and
Luster by using Parisian Sage Hair Tome 50 Cents.
Look out for Imitations. Varlsian
Sage does not contain any poisonous lead
and is not a dye. The girl with Auburn
hair is on every bottle.
Hair must have nourishment or die.
If it does not have proper nourishment
It will lose its vitality grow weak, and
become an easy prey to the ravages o
tne vicious germs or aanarun.
Parisian Sage is a hair nourisher; it
is the result of sincere study and ex
periment by one of the world's leading
It should be used regularly as a hair
dressing by everyone with healthy hair,
because It never falls to prevent dand
ruff, falling hair, or any scalp disease.
But Parisian' Sage is not only a pre
ventive it is a certain cure for dandruff;
J .t stops Itching of the scalp instantly; j
it makes hair grow thick and luxuriant
It la especially in demand by ladies, be
cause it makes the hair beautiful, soft
and fluffy. It Is offered by druggists
and department stores everywhere, un
der a positive' guarantee to do all tnat
Is claimed for it, or money back.
American makers, the Olroux Mfg. Co.,
Buffalo, N. T. The girt with Auburn
hair is on every package.
On That Honorable Basis Get
a Bottle of Parisian Sage
Hair Tonic Today j
inn id e ip
"A Great Number ol a Great Magazine"
The first of PRICE COLLIER'S articles on
Germany and the
From an American Point of View
-The author! England and the English from
an American Point of View proved him one
of the keenest and most bnlliant critics of
modern times. The article. The Indiscreet, on
The German Emperor
in this number is a masterly study of a great
personality. Nothing has ever been written of
Germany and the Emperor with the same
frankness. It will be discussed all over the world.
(Js Letters and other personal pa-
ijte VenSOnicUl&. Pert of Robert Louis Stevenson,
edited by SiR SIDNEY COLVIN.
SENATOR Lobars Memories of the War and Old Harvard
Day$. PRESIDENT Finlets romantic French in the Heart of
America In theTraflt of the Coureurs de Boia. College Life,'
by PAUL VAN DYKE. The City and Civilization, by MAYOR
BRAND WHITLOac Parisian Cafie, by MADAME HUARD.
The Heart of the Hilt, by JOHN Fox, JJL, and Other Stories.
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fgasttow y r syaafcia nrnJing fmr tkm mmytmr
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