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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1913)
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BRIEF CITY NEWS
X.lfs lai.T Tes. Ttnn Mutual Gould,
lighting futures. Burgsss-Oranaen Co.
ridelity Storage si Van Co. Dour. I6l
Hsts Hoot Print It Now Deacon Press.
Kolltr pasting t Chambers Far.
nam street entrance. Phone Douglas t87t.
Chambers Rchool of Dancing How Open
eocmi. aesthetic and stage- dancing
taught.- Telephono Douglas ISTL
Oo&traet for Ice Plant The contract
ror the building of the new Stori lc
plant has been let to Oeorae Klene for
Korthwsstern Orders Engines The
Northwestern has placed an order for
twelve" engines of the Pacific type, alt
to be delivered early next summer and
to be used on the Iowa main line.
Vote Ordinance Laid Orsr An ordi
nance catling for tho removal of all tele
Phone and telegraph poles from within
fifteen feet of gas lamps, Introduced a
week ago by Mayor James C. Dahlman,
was laid over at the mayor's request for
Tom Salley Seriously ni Tom Dalley.
former deputy city clerk. Is seriously III
at his home and his recovery Is doubtful.
City Clerk Thomas J, Flynn has ap
pointed Harry Prlmeau to replace Dalley,
who served In the clerk's office for
Asks Court's Protection Mrs. Karollna
Pekar, who alleges that she Is the wife
of Joseph Volpalka, abandoned many
years ago In Gurope, and who Is suing
to recover her rights as a wife, asked
tho district court to onjoln her husband
from annoying her In connection with the
Veterans will Heet Lee Forby camp
of the United BpanlsTi War Veterans mest
In Memorial hall, Douglas county court
house, 'Wednesday evening. General
Henry, W. Lawton, ladles' auxiliary to
Lee Forby camp of the United Spanish
War Veterans, meet at the same place
In the afternoon.
Fix Up foe Wyoming Lands D. Clem
Deavcr Is, In Chicago, aiding In working
out the" pldhof action that will be pur
sued In boosting Wyoming' lands that
are expected to go onto the market early
next spring under tho provisions of the
ICIiikald law. There will be an area t
about 15,000,000 acres.
Breaking In Hew Mtn The street
railway company has put on a number
of students, educating them for motor
men and conductdr. They Tll be given
extra trains during the teachers' con
vention, when it Is expected that- for
the week there will be 4.000 to 5,000 extra
strangers In the city.
Held Cattle In Transit Too Lone Suit
was filed against the Burlington road by
United States Attorney Howell, charging
the railroad with confining a hlp"rt
of cattle In cars without proper atten
tion for more than thirty-eight hours.
Last July twenty-five head of cattlo
.were shlpptd from Denver to Lincoln. It
CAUL I LBSS irj every de
1 tail of appointment and
service. Its comfort and lux
ury will make your stay in
Boston a delightful exper
ience. Every room an outside
room. Dairy and food prod
ucts from our own model
farm. Rooms without bath,
from $3.50. With bath, from
Parker House and Young's
Hotel under same manage
ment. Rooms $i.so up.
J. R. WHIPPLE COMPANY
The long distance Bell
Telephone permits you to
reach nearly every one at
any time, in a pleasant,
direot and personal way.
When you want to visit
a distant friend, suppose
you compare long distance
telephone rates with rail,
road fare to and from any
point, and add the incon
venience of the trip.
Then it's very likely
you'll decide in favor of
Ask "Long Distance"
mm r iFr rm
iM.vr.T0Ii'' Vml J0,!1111.- Grina. ems. Mrs- Charles Leslie, Mrs. Hesslo nurke Smith, Usther Westerflold. Second now-ltolaiui Howes. Laurie Mc
iiH'v.111""; Elllck, Ilobm Slefkln. Qretta Loslle, Dorothy Cannlchnel Harold Christiansen. Marjory Jones. (loorao Danfortti. Third ltow-Allce llorihelm
w. M.Uri'.ii0re,ia .F.?y',,MRrB,ared "'Iton, Maniei nobert.on. Susannah Itohrbough. Iorothy Iluthorford. Alfred Robinson, Man- Tudor Orinvll Thomas:
no'berf0 qeoro .Tunn.c.rffe:
were Herbert Westerfleld, Alice Leslie,
Is charged the cattle remained in tho
cars forty hours and fifty-three minutes.
Howell Is asking $500 damages.
Kelly Bsok irom Vacation President
Oeorge H. Kelly of the Commercial club
hai returned from Excelsior Springs,
Mo., where he spent a vacation of some
thing over a week. At that place he was
In company with Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Guild and Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Haverstlck.
also of Omaha, who are spending a va
impersonates an Officer E. n. San
ford, charged with Impersonating a fed
era! officer, was sentenced to tho Hall
county Jali for three months. He boi.
rowed (3 from John ahugart, a night
watchman, stating that ho was an offi
cer. He told the court he returned with
the Intention of paying the money back,
but that the watchman had left.
Jteed Is Back C M, Itee,dk superin
tendent of the Fourteenth division of
railway mall clerks, has returned from
a conference In Washington of division
superintendents, which lasted ten days.
Matters were discussed as to improved
methods of delivering parcel post pack
ages. The questions were all general
ones and nothing definite was decided
Appraisal Is Ksjsoted Thirty-fourth
street residents, between Hurt and
Webster, thronged the city council cham
ber to protest to the committee of the
whole against the opening of Thirty
fourth street. Appalsers had fixed the
damage to property owners at J4.J00.
Some of the residents said the opening
of the street would mean confiscation of
their property. They said the opening
was desired only by two -men, who would
secure corner lots If the street was
opened. The council recommended the
rejectment of tho apprutsal.
R, B. Howell Must
Explain His Junket
Trips Before Court
R. B. Howell, Water board commander,
brneflclary of numerous contributions
from tho public treasury to ps,y expenses
of junkets. Is to be compelled to defend
In court his possession of IC3.W, personal
expenses Incurred by him last June In
making a trip to Minneapolis to attend
the convention of the American Water,
works association. Suit to secure Judg
ment In this amount for ths water dis
trict was started In district court by At
torney E. A. Hmllh.
The plaintiff Is basing his action on the
ground that he Is a taxpayer and that
no attention was paid to his notice to the
district attorney to bring an action to
recover the money, filed October S. and
alleges that the expenditure constituted
a squandering of public funds.
Previous anti-Junket suits brought by
Attorney Smith were sustained In district
MOST OF POTATO CROP
HAS BEEN SENT TO MARKET
The movement of potatoes out of north
ern Nebraska Is practically over, yet a
good many carloads' have been holed up
by farmers and growers, in anticipation
of higher prices next spring.
Along the line of the Northwestern
from Cody to Harrison, the potato crop
this season was a big item to the farm
ers. Over 600 carloads of 1,000 bushels
were shipped out, the bulk of them com
ing to Omaha, from whence they were
distributed. They are said to have yielded
better than an average of 100 bushels per
acre and have netted the growers not
less than CO cents per bushel.
PAVING BIDS REJECTED
Bids for paving In twelve street Im
provement districts were recommended
for rejection by the city commission In
committee of the whole upon the advice
of City Corporation Counsel Ben 8. Baker
The bids will be rejected because speclfi-
esiiqns lor venicai rioer one were not
Included In the specifications drawn up
by the city engineering dtpartent.
Direct from Pnner,
Wonderful values In Cluny lare cur
tains at JltO, U 5. J M and It 50. Orchard
& Wllhelm Co.
Four Dundeeites Have Birthday
Hawthorne Arey and Clifford Burroughs.
NEWSIES MAYUSE THE CURBS
Commission Prepares New Ordinance
on That Point.
MAY ALSO ENTER BUILDINGS
Castodlntm of nallrilnaw Still Ilnvc
Power to Kxcludn the Newsboys
If Their Itnles Are to
Over tht) protest of President J. K
McLaughlin of tho Newspaper Dealers'
association, the city commission In com
mittee ot tho whole, by unanimous vote,
recommended for passage an ordinance
giving newsboys the right to place their
wares on the curb in down town Streets.
Another ordinance giving the newsboys
the right to enter buildings and pcddlo
newspapers atd magazines was rocom
mended for passage by a vote of four
to three. Those voting for tho ordinance
wero Dan D. Rutler. Mnyor James C.
Dahlman, J. J. Hyiler and A. C. Kugel:
against It, Thomas McGovcrn, C, II.
Wlthnell and Joe It. Hummel.
Pol I co Commissioner Ryder drafted the
ordinances. They are Intended to repeat
the ordinance.") prohibiting tho newsboys
from placing their papers on the 'curb
and from entering buildings. The news
paper dealers said tho newsboys were
taking away a large per cent of their
The ordinance giving the newsboys the
right to enter buildings does not prohibit
a custodian of ouch building from deny
ing the boy the right to enter.
Agent Gable Unable
to Get Any Definite
.Word at Land Office
Traveling Passenger Agent Oahle of the
Northwestern Is Just In from Valentine
and Saturday he was nt the government
land office there. At that time ho made
Inquiry as to when the appraisement of
the land on the Fort Niobrara reservation
would be completed, and when those who
drew choosing numbers for land at the
North Platto lottery would be permitted
to make their selection.
Mr. Gable was unable to secure any
definite Information other than Uiat the
appraisement had been completed and
that the figures would be made publla
probably during tho present week. Mr.
Oable Is ot the opinion that the party who
drew No. 1 at North Platte Is very likely
to make hi selection on the Fort Nio
brara reserve In the event tho appraise
ment Is not too high.
The choicest quarter section of the Fort
Niobrara lies adjoining the town of Val
entine, is level, with a fairly good soil,
and land agenta say that It Is worth from
$30 to 115 per acre. There are several
other quarter sections In close proximity
that Mr. Gable .says are worth from 115
to IX per acre. A
Home months ago an appraisement of
this Jand was made by the government,
and the highest price at which any was
scheduled was around 13 per acre, the
money to be paid in three annual and
equal Installments. While they do not
know, people at Valentine are of th
opinion that the appraisement now being
maae win be a little higher.
Key to the Situation-Bee Advertising.
You Can Stop
MOST hsadaofcss are congssUTe aTsadMhs. JL disor
dered stoma, alanrtsb circulation, laaoUrs oowsU,
distarr lndlscrsUon, Biliousness, ail produoe congestion!
and the headache is ths signal of distress. Xrery ache
and pain in the human body Is nature's err that something
is wrong. Ttna to it at one A dlr cannot improve it.
ZS your system is congests! remov ths poisonous ma
terial which causss it and your hiadachs disappears. The
remsdjr whloh mores your bowels eulcklr within an hour
or so and clsars the system Is SUmrASZ J AH 08 WATEJ,
ths natural Xazative. J glass taken in the morning or at
any time on an empty stomach acts within one hour,
gently and surely. Why not stop iruoU fcssuachsi? ot
Bottle at any Drug- Store to-day.
on Hallowe'en and Have
Young Women Ranks
High, Says Mrs.Byers
The work of the Young Woman's Chris
tian association of Omaha stands vory
high In this territory eays Mrs. Emma
Byers, who Is field secretary for North
and Houth Dakota, Minnesota, lown and
Nehruf.ka. "Nowhcro are they doing any
better work than la being done In
Omaha," said she, continuing;
"The new noon-day rest nnd cnfetorla,
whloh will ho openod this week at
Twelfth, between Farnam and Douglas
stieets. Is a branch ot the one at the main
building and we expect to reach a great
number of girls who have not the time
to come to the main building for their
noon "hour. We are opening1 " these
branches In Minneapolis, St. Paul and Den
Moines at the present time, and this In
Itself speaks for the amount of good ho
noon-day rest does for the young women,
employed In the business districts. The
aim Is to make It a place where a girl
may have a few momonts rest. Another
feature of our work this year Is the talks
on thrift and efficiency. This we are try
ing to teach to tho young women with
whom We como In contact. In our classe
we are showing the young women of to
day how they may llvo respectably on a
small amount and the proper way for s.
business woman to dress. We are also
trying to make our girls start savings ac
counts even It It Is a small amount a
week; It Is a good habit."
Mrs. Dyers will leave Tuesday morn
ing for Sioux pity after her semt-annunl
visit to Omaha. She will spend one duy
looking over the field thero and will re
turn to Minneapolis Wednesday .
at Hallowe'en Party
Thirty youngsters, boys and girls bo
tween the ages of 7 and 12 years, after
Friday night's celebration ot Hallowe'en,
according to tradition and Mr. Hoyle,
Saturday afternoon attended a "formal
party," given In honor of four playmates
who boast Hallowe'en as their birthdays.
The children wore received at Uie homo
of Mrs. 11 H. Westerfleld, 7 North Fif
teenth uvenuc. The guests of honor were
Herbert Westerfleld, 1 years old: Allco
Leslie. 8 years old; Hawthorne Arey, 8
years old; Clifford Burroughs, 7 years
old. Tho house throughout was trimmed
with garlands, u,nd the basement was
decorated with Jack-o'-lanterns.
SUGAR BEET WORKERS TO
WINTER IN MINNESOTA
Lincoln Is going- to lose Its prestige as
tho winter home of the Minnesota sue;ar
beet workers. Plans "have been perfected
by which the to E00 families of the
workers will be rolonlxed In Minnesota,
and from there sent out to the beet fields
In the sprlnr.
Iror years, on the west bottoms In I.ln
com, each winter from 1,000 to l.W)
peop'e, mostly Russians, have lived, do
MB odd Jobs about town. Each spring
the railroads have taken them to the
sufar beet fields around Albert Lea.
Chaska, Mankato and other Minnesota
points, where large fields of beets havo
been cultivated. During .the last summer
owners of the Minnesota, beet sugar fac
tories bought a tract of land Ht Chaska,
thirty miles south of Minneapolis, where
they havo erected several hundred cot
tages, which they are leasing to tho heads I
of the families of tho sugar beet workers I
.... m mi ., . I
ui u iiviiiiuui ruiiuii. iiiey figure mat
this Is cheaper than each year to pay
transportation between Lincoln and tho
Minnesota beet fields.
For Children There l Nothing Better
A cough mcdlclno for children must
help their coughs and colds without bad
effects on their little stomachs and bow
els. Foley's Honey and Tar exactly fills
this need. No opiates, no sour stomach,
no constipation follows Its use. Bluffy
colds, wheesy breathing, coughs and croup
arc all quickly helped, nnd sweet, re
freshing slumber Instead of feverish
tossing at night. "It Is easy therefore to
understand why an Increasing number of
bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound Is sold yearly. For sale by all
will terminate the moment
I go out of Business
No "Old Stager a" No
obtoltte ttylca EVER Y
garment Wat purchased
for THIS Fall and win
All Clothing precedents destroyed!
A monumental price cut on all
that is Good in Suits & Overcoats.
A collossal concentration of efforts
in one direction, and THA Tis to get
Only What the Clothes
Cost Or Even Less
Before I Must VACATE
Uth and Harniy Streets City Natimal lank Hag.
REST ANB HEALTH T8 WITHER AND WILD.
Mas.WlMlbow's BOOTH I KO Bvncr Bts tea
Md for over HIXTY YKAKSby MILLIONS el
wd for over SIXTY YKARS by
MOT11HRB for tbtlr CHILD
MOT1I8RS for tbtlr CKILDRBtt W If ILK
TBUTIIIKO. With rRRFHCT BUCCSsb. It
BOOTJIR8 the CHILD. BOITKNS tbe QUM3,
LLAYM all FAIN I CURBS WIND COLIC, and
U lha bit ramtdr for L)I A.KRHCKA. It U ak
stuttly hsnaleu. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
Wlntlow's Beothlng Syrup." asd takvt MO otttt 1
ins. TwwUHSt (OeU1,
How would you make a fortune?
Everyone has an ambition a
What Is Yours?
Whatever it is, it requires a cash
capital does it not?
Here is the question: "How am
I going to get it?"
"The Omaha Thrift Club"
is going to provide many people
with cash capital.
It will be the foundation of many
It will give many a start to
wards the realization of their cher
You are invited to join.
Membership is free.
Watch this paper for opening
Omaha National Bank
Seventeenth and Farnam Sts.
Savings Dept. Street Floor
For $15 to
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The 70a will have a dn ud healthy
scalp. No more hair lots. No more
rough, largely hs'T, Doc not color.
Ash Ver Doctor. fcSiAriuL:
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