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HERE'S THE WINNER!
Don't Miss This
Great Coat Sale
Just Think of
Over 860 Coats
to Choose From
THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, XOVEMttEK 20, 1012
A Brand New "STONE" PIANO
When Sold in the
CHOICE OF THREE STYLES CASES STOOL AND SCARF FREE
Si!! wo",l"f" Ppwcr of cash wns never more fully demonstrated (han in the, powerful Hnno purchase,
wiicn our Mr. bchinoller purchased 241 of these UlKh Hrade "Stone" IMnnos nt a price that hardly cover
U i,uilMU ,rc T,,,s Purchase came about through a combination of circumstances In which
','., fiKrcl very prominently. The regular retail price of tile STOXK IMano the world over
r holiday price to you on tonus Is koIiir to he ust $182. Worth cannot describe this
unparalleled bargain offer. You MUST see the Pianos. They o on sale tomorrow morning.
GIFT XO. 1
35 MUSICAL CABINET
The cabinet la 41 in.
with lntlde depth of 13
Xt-J" nnhea m
either Walnut, Mahoa"-
mi urns With
IKT XO. 2
This li an elegant
watch and one that ia
Tuarant.sd. S u r a b ly
made, hunting- caae.
Either ladles' or ff.ntl.
of These Beautiful Pre-
Every Stone Piano Sold..
GIFT XO. 3
SET OF TABLE
It contalna 30 pieces
of guaranteed heavy
Plate silver, beautifully
enrrared in the neweat
1KT XO. I
It la Colonial tyl,
made up In heavy hraaa.
with beautiful cathedral
flaaa shade, with braaa
cord for attaohmest; 34
S1.00 Down and $1.00 a Week Is All You Pay
Schmoller & Mueller Piano Co.
1391-13 FARNAM ST. S&!!rtSr,,,,cl,,l,orh-
BUSINESS PROSPECTS BRIGHT
loseph Hayden Says East Looks for
Some Good Times.
ELECTION RESULT IS DISCOUNTED
ftVnr In Turkey Throw IirK Cnr-
Koc. of HtiKu on the Mnrket In
TUL Conntry Tnrlfr Talk
la Xot AlnrmlnK.
"Business prospects never looked better
n'the east," said' Joseph Hayden when
le returned from New York City, where
ie had Bone on business. "Many of th
auslness men In the great wholesale
bouses there told mo that business was
n fact unusually. Rood and promising.
So one Is talking politics now that tho
Section Is over and no one Is frlKhtoncd
Ihe way tho election .turned out. The
"act Is the people anticipated the result
ong before tho election. It was pretty
lenerally known that Wilson, would be
lected months before the election oc
iurrcd, so It was no shock to anyone when
Jin result was told."
Mr. Hayden was asked If the talk of n
ipcclRl session for tariff revision was
;uslng any excitement.
JVo Anxiety Over jSnecinl Session.
'Only one man mentioned that to me."
4Id Mr. Hayden. "and he said he did
not fear tho result ono particle because
o believed that Wilson would make good
Is promises of standing for gradual re
uctlon nnd he did not believe that this
ould disturb business in the least. This
an told mo he was not for Wilson he
re election, but that he did not believe
at Wilson's policy of gradual reduction
ould cause any fluctuation In business.
Jlr. Hayden was called to New York to
look over a great cargo of Oriental rugs
arrived at New York from Constanti
nople. A certain wholesale house in
New York got the cargo of rugs at a
great bargain when the war broke out
between Turkey and the Balkan states.
One of the large manufacturers in Con
stantinople at once communicated with
tho New York house offering to se'll out
his entire stock at a reduction, as the
manufacturer anticipated serious results
from the coming war. The New York
house communicated with many dcalerj
(n the larger cities of tho United States
In regard to placing these rugs and !t
was to select a stock of these rugs that
Mr. Hayden went east.
Crosby Sees, Good
COUNCIL SITS WN ON RYDER
Police Commissioner's Probe Killed
by Majority Vote.
DAHLMAN SAYS "NOTHING TO IT"
Ityiler Seta Forth .Nnmlier of llenaonn
t O m nil H 1'ollec
lie I ii-
George JI. Crosby, freight traffic man
ager for the Burlington, Is In town to
give testimony before Special Examiner
Henderson of the Interstate Commerce
commliislon on reparation claims.
Mr. Crosby Is pleased with the business
done by the Burlington this fall and ex
presses tho opinion that when tho Oc
tober business is totaled u It will be
ono of the best months In the history of
the road. While Mr. Crosby looks for a
little falling off In freight business dur
ing the comlnfl winter he predicts a good
business next year.
Don't waste your money buying
strengthening plasters. Chamberlain's
Liniment is cheaper and better. Dampen
a piece of flannel trlth it and bind V
over the affected parts and it will re
lieve the pain and soreness. For sale
by all dealers. Advertisement.
is Guest Night
YOU cannot show your friends more
generous hospitality than to invite
them to join tne family circle the night
It's a delightful dish" and so full of whole
some nourishment. Made from glutinous
Durum wheat, in clean, bright, sunny
kitchens. Make Faust Spaghetti the chief
dish for dinner once a week and invite
your friends to enjoy it.
All good grocers sell Faust Spaghetti 5c
and 10c a package. Write for free book
Maull Bros., St. Louis, Mo.
By a vote of four to three the city com
mission yesterday practically aban
doned all efforts to probe to the bottom
of charges of alleged misconduct of city
officials at the police station. Police
Commissioner Ryder recommended thiU
next 'Tuesday on Investigation be held,
witnesses summoned and evidence taken.
Ho said he had witnesses lie wished to
call. Commissioner Butler and Mayor
Dahlman at onco went on record as op
posed to any Investigation whatever.
"it's politics." said Butler. "Just a row
between the police and tho sheriff."
Ryder (iro Anno'.
"There's nothing to It," said tho mayor.
Mr. Ryder grow angry and wrathfully
answered Butler, declaring tho police were
In no manner hit by tho charges nor
would bo touched by an investigation.
"The sheriff Is trying to put mo in a
hole," he said, "and I will not stand for
it. And let mo tell you ngalu that tho
police are not mixed up In this. I want
an Investigation nnd have the names of
witnesses who will testify and tho truth
about these charges will be divulged."
CommlMloncr Kugel seconded Ryder's
motion to have a hearing next week.
Commissioner Wlthnell supported it, but
the other four commissioners Hummel,
Butler, Dahlman and McGovqrn voted
against nffy further investigation.
"Pure politics," snld McGovern, "you
con go down tho street right now and
hear the street corner politicians talking
it. They're the ones that have stirred it
up. Since tho police judgo has asked for
no investigation I am not In favor of
Ilntler SwrKe.t. I'lnn.
Mr. Butler then recommended that the
report of the assistant city comptroller,
in which it was held that a different kind
of a blank could be used and tho record
of each case kept so minutely that there
would bo no danger of forged releases or
any other Improper procedure, be adopted
and (hat the police judge bo asked to
abolish the rubber stamp. This recotn
mendatlon prevailed. ,
Tho charges were that some city official
had procured the release of prisoners by
forging the police Judge's- slgnaturn to
releases. Somebody also had access to
the police judge's rubber stamp and
used it on several occasions without the
authority or knowledge of tho police
Itiler (ilven Iteimons,
Stating his reasons for renowlng his
recommendation that an investigation be
held Police Commissioner Ryder said:
"First When the present council made
appointments of subordinate officers the
rule was laid down that they must attend
strictly to business, and that neglect of
duty or inefficiency would be causo for
"Second The sheriff of Douglas county
lias produced what he ulleges are' forged,
or at least illegal, orders for release of
prisoners, acting on which orders he did
release certain prisoners from the county
'Third One subordinates of the sheriff
has publicly stated that one or more ap
pointees of this council gave him per
sonally at least one of these Illegal
"Fourth This charge of the sheriff
reflects directly on certaluuppolntees of
the council and directly on the council
Itself. The guilty party should be found
and dismissed or otherwise punished., if
It Is within tho power a the council to
locate the guilt. The persons Innocent of
(Ills charge should be cleared after lieur.
"From the report of Mr. Solomon, liere
wlth transmitted back to the council, It
appears that there Is a most grlevoux
lack of system in the conduct of tho po
Jilce court, and no safeguards whatever
against trifling with the law. as indl
jcatrd by these fact,
i 'The police Judge, has had made a rub-
Wonderful Coat Sale Wednesday
800 Garments-Women's, Misses' and Junior Sizes
That were made to sell at $17.50, $19,50, $22.50 frify Cfl
and $25,00von sale Wednesday, choice
HPHIS lot of Coats is the surplus of a prominent New York
manufacturer, sold to us at a great price concession, to
gether with many from our own stock, greatly reduced in
price. It is impossible to give you a complete description
of these coats so great is the variety. There are Coatss of
Boucle, Chinchilia, Broadcloth, Caracul, Serge, Fancy
Mixtures, Tweeds, Diagonals, etc.; made up in the most
effective styles of this season, lined
throughout, some half lined; all colors,
shades and combinations are here.
In short, it h a collection of coats that hardly
leaves a want unfilled and that represents great money
saving champs; for you can buy
Actual $17.50, $19.50, $22.50 and
$25.00 Coats at Only
The Julius Orkin Store. 1510 Douglas St. s
ber stamp fac-slmllo of his signature,
and this stamp has been easily available
for use by persons not authorized to
"The sheriff nnd his subordinates have,
as they allege, accepted releases signed
with this rubber stamp In at least four
"The mittimuses now In use In tho po
lice 'court are an Induconlent to dishon
esty, If attaches of tho pollco court should
bo so disposed. By scratching out the
words 'state of Nebraska' or 'city of
Omaha' a state case can bo changed to a
local Offense, or vice versa.
"For theso reasons your honorable body
Is again urged to order and conduct an
Investigation that will develop tho facts
and clear away the cloud of distrust and
suspicion now resting on tho pollco court.
Whatever the outcomo of this Investiga
tion may he, this department is prepared
to submit recommendations for a reor
ganization qf this court, as far lis lies
In our power, as tho law now stands. ' 7
Loses His Glass Eye
In past years numerous things liavo
been lost nt tho Fulon station, but not
until yesterday 'did u glass eye over
disappear, e.stcrday, however, II. M.
Caton of Now York lost his glass eye and
hud to go on west without It.
Caton arrived on Milwaukee-Union Pu
clfic No. 1 and Immediately upon the
train pulling into the station, ho Junipcd
off tho sleeper nnd hurried to tho station
to secure a morning paper. I'ussing over
tho tracks, his left eye, a glass one,
slipped from the socket and rolled away.
A hunt was made for tho bogus optic,
but It could not bo found. Iator and
Rfter the train had left for tho west, tho
glass eye, badly crushed, was found in a
crack between the planking of the platform.
, Fortunate Tex 11 11.
M. W. Ooodloe, Dallas, Texas, found a
sure relief for miliaria and biliousness In
Dr. King's Now Ufo Pills, Only 25c. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement.
BUTTER AND MEAT PRICES UP
Both Advance Cent and Half with
Start of Week.
PEOPLE SEEKING SUBSTITUTES
llulterlue I. Ilehm Pushed In I'lnee
of Ilntler Million I. the '
Men! Which lln. Not
II of 11 .Uniieeil,
Butter nnd all meats, with the excep
tion of mutton, have taken on a uniform
advance of 1V4 cents n pound slnco Fri
day. Iletnlters who bought their weekly
supply Monday and Tuesday went coil'
flouted with tile big rise hndju'c looking
for substitutes for their customers.
Butterluo Is being pushed In the place
of butter, and mutton Is being talked up
by tho butchers who are trying to relievo
tho situation. The retail price of butter
Is now .IS cents a pound and since the
dairymen are said to have gotten together
In nn effort to get back their money ex
pended In bettering the sanitary condi
tion of their dairies and for phyBlcnl ex
amination of their cows, the price Is ex
pected to ndvunce still further.
The dairymen declare that cows they
bought h little morn than a year ago for
SX are now costing $100, nnd after they
have bought a dozen or so and have fo'jr
or five condemned ns consumptives, their
loss must bo made up In advancing butter
and milk prices.
All Ileef lln Ailvnneed.
All bocf ba advanced II.U) per 10)
pounds, slnco Friday, or l1 cents a pound
wholesale. Pork has risen CO cents per
100 pounds or V4 cent a pound. All smoked
meats also hnve advanced, soiling now 1
cent a pound higher retail, ,
Bound steaks which Bold only a short
lime ago for IS emits a pound are now
being retailed for 17V4 cents. Portcrhouso
steaks are up to 20 cents a pound nnd
sirloin has Jumped from 15 to 174 cents a
Pot roasts which sold at 8, 10 and 12
cents a pound lust week are now priced
Mutton is the only meat that lias re
mained stntlonary In prlco, The market
Is well supplied with sheep and lambs.
Mutton for stew may he had for 6 cents,
mutton steaks are 10 cents a pound, mitt
ton chops, J2'a cents, nnd mutton roasts,
S cents a pound.
Bacon has advnnccd from 22'6 to X!
tents a pound, retail, and hams haw
Juniper 14 cents, prlved now at 18 cents
The only reaxm butchers can rIvo for
tho general rlso In prlo 1 Is that tho
demand Is greater than tho supply and
tie only relief will ho In cutting down
RANSOM SHOT IN THE
FOOT AT ALAMO DANCE
William llnnsnni, Janitor nt the Patter
son building, was shot In tho left foot
eaily Tuesday morning by Clifford Hayes
at tho dance given at Alamo ball, Twenty-fourth
and Grant streets, Hayes bo-
entup Jealous when he saw hlM particular
lady f 1 lend dancing with another mar
and ho fired his weapon thrco times. Oik
of the bullets took effect in Itausom's fooi
and tho dance broke up Immediately
Itutisnm was 1111 Innocent' party to thu
shooting. Hayes wns plaoed under nr.
rest nnd the Injured man was taken lu
St. .iosepli'M hospital.
AT LECTURES0N OPERATION
, H. C. Itlchards, general claim agent of
tlyv Nortnwestcrn, Is making a tour of
the company's Nolirnnlui lines delivering
lectures to employes, his subject being
"Bafoty Movements in Connection with
tho Operation of Trains. ' Ho speaks at
Fremont and from thero goes to Norfolk,
Ho expects to bo In Omuliu next week
On part of bis Nebraska tour Mr. Itlch
ards Is accompanied by. (lencrul Manager
Stomach Bad? Belching Gas and
Sour Food? Want ro Feel Fine?
Wonder what iipnet your stomach which portion of tho food did tlia damugo
do you? Well, don't bothur If your stomach In In a revolt; of Hour, gassy
and upsot, and whnt you Just ato bus fermontod into stubborn lumps; your hcud
dizzy and aches; belch kusch and iiclds and eructutu undigested food; breath loul,
tongue coated Just tako a little Dliipcpnlu and lu five minutes you truly will
wonder what hecumo of tho Indigestion und distress. '
Millions of men und women today know, that it Is needless to havo u bad
Btoiuuch. A little Dlnpepsln occasionally keeps tills dellcata organ regulated and
they eat their favorite foodH without fear.
St a RAIN TRIAMGULKS O?
MAKES DISORDERED STOMACHS
FEEL FINE IN FIVE MINUTES.
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SOURNESS, GAS, HEARTBURN. MmsMt
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