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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, .NOVEMBER 17, 15)13.
AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA
Two Firemen, Who Were Dismissed,
Return to Duty.
ACT UPON ORDER OF COURT
Will Bp Entitled in Their Vny for
the Tire Month Dnrinc AVhlch
Thej- llnTP Item I'ncm-ployed.
Klremcn Al Bolcourt unci John Hugle
wlcz. whom tho South Omaha lire and
Police board tried to discharge, from tho
fire department more than five months
bco. returned to work yesterday morn
Ing a an outcome of Judge James Eng
lish's recent finding that tho Fire and
I'ollco board, had not acted wisely In the
discharge of tho men. Both men will
he entitled to salary during the time of
thtlr enforced lay-off. Tho restoration
of Holcourt and Uuglewlcn to the fire de
partment Is a victory for tho civil service
principle In South Omaha.
The Fire and Police commissioners, at
least tw6 ot them, were very intent on
appealing from the findlntr of Judge
English, but tho city attorney's office
Informed the board that on the record
nwdo by tho board's own witnesses there
whs no chance of appeal and recom
mended that tho men bo placed back at
work. Bolcourt was found not competent
vi mo amies no nan perrormca ror
twelve years when tho board tried to fire
him. Buglewlcz had also served a num
ber of years. Both men will serve In
No. (i house.
(joins; In Con venl Inns.
Around the circle to attend the dif
ferent live stock conventions at Salt
Lake City, Denver and other places Is
the program marked out by the publicity
and advertising committee of tho Live
Stock exchange of Kouth Omaha. At a
meeting hold yesterday In Secretary F.
A. Stryker's offlco It wns decided that
n largo party of stockmen would leave
South Omaha to attend the National
Wool Growers' convention to bo held
nt Salt Lake City January 15, i and
17, 1914. From Salt Lake City the com
pany will go to Denver to attend the
Western Sttrck show nnd the annual con.
vtntloti ot the National Live HtoCK as
sociation, rind Ntolrn Meat.
Frank Dukls, a laborer, residing with
Mrs. M. Michaels at Thirty-first Bnd U
streets, was arrrsted Saturday morning
near Swift's loading dock when, accord
ing to blatemutits made by Special Of
ficer J, Kidder, Dukls attempted to make
away with a bo of meat hidden In a
cache under the loadlnic dock. Tho po
lice claim that the arrest of Dukls gives
tho first Inkling of what may turn out
to be an organlxed effort to rob the
packing houses of large consignments of
Officials of SvWft and company com
plained to tho police some tlmo ago that
they were losing large shipments ot
meat. Tho lofs always occurred between
tho loading dock and tho point of des
tination. Lookouts wore posted and the
consignments going out counted over
and over and certified as right, yet
when the cars were opened there was
always tho missing meat to bo accounted
After a good many boxes' of meat had
been lost the company, through ' do-,
tectlves. finally discovered that when the
meat wm being loaded Into tho cars from
tho loading dock a box of moat would
occasionally fall down between the load
ing dock base and the car wheels. No
ono would notlco tho box that had been
dropped. Finally a few days ago a box
was dropped and tho houso officials
posted watchers under tho docks to sco
who would como for tho meat. Karly
Saturday morning a cut of box cars were
pushed near tho loading dock. From one
of tho empty cars tho company police
say Dukls Jumped dow'n to where the
meat box lay. It Is claimed that he at
tempted to make away' with It, but waa
prevented and brought to tho Soutb
Omaha police station. Dctectlvo James
Sheehan searched tho rooming houso of
Dukls for tho rest ot the meat, but the
search was not successful. Dukls Is be
ing hold at tho station on suspicion.
Death nf Frank It. Mmlth.
Frank I. Smith, for many years a
resident of South Omaha, died yesterday
at the home of his brother In Wolbach,
Nob., where ho had gone two weeks ago
to the importance of
inate production of
oysters according to
Harper's Weekly, Oc
tober 25th issue and
he will "begin a sys-
of the entire question
of oyster production."
,This is exactly what
we. have been doing
for a number of years,
and today when you j
you - get a guaranty
with every oyster from
the oldest and largest
oyster house in the
They come in three
sizes: "Standards," "Se
lects" and "Jumbo
Counts." But the size
has nothing to do with
the quality they are
delicious in all sizes.
Branches in all principal cities
Omaha 1308 Leavenworth Street
library Ep in wry can
for the benefit ot Ills health. He wns (1
years of age and had leen siting for a
number of months.
Frank L. Smith was for many years
killing boss at Cudahy's and was ac
counted one of the landmark figures In
the packing business of South Omaha.
He was known by every man and loy
who worked lit tho big packing houses of
South Omaha within tho last twenty
Somo years ago Mr. Smith burled his
wife, who had been a cripple for years
before her death. He was a big, strong
man and his devotion to his wife during
her long Illness Is said to have been
touching In tho extreme. After his wife's
death ho seemed to loso Interest In life
Iti'cenlly he was compelled to relinquish
his Job nt Cudahy's by rrtisou ot poor
health. Two weeks ago he went to
Wolbach. hoping to visit his brother.
Tho news ot his death came yesterday.
Tho body of deceased will be brought
from Wolbach Monday nt 3:15 p, in.
Tho funeral will bo held Tuesday after
noon nt 2 o'clock at trie First Presby
terian church, Dr. Ilobort U Wheeler
presiding. Interment will bo mndo In
Laurel Hill cemetery.
Jmlnlnnr Ten in Coming.
Traffic Manager Joo Shellbcrg of thn
t'nlon Stock Yard rompany has received
word front tho stock Judging team an
nouncing that the members of tho team
would visit all the stock farm stations
in Nebraska. Illinois and Iowa on their
trip to and from the stock show at Chi
cago. Tho team will send back dally ac
counts of tho different farms and meth
ods studied on their trips.
South Onmlin tt MlilneM.
When the seventh annual bowling
tournament of tho mlddio we."t opens nt
St. 1ouls on November 27. 191.x South
Omahn Is to 1m represented there by a
bowling tcajn known as tho South Omaha
Merchants. Tho team Is composed of
orack players selected from tho bowling
leagues ot tho Mngio City und is com
posed of tho following men: H.
Fritschcr, llay Cooley. Jay Lcflor, J. J.
Fltigcrnld, a. S. Kennedy and F. M.
There will bo about 100 five-man teams
from Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Joseph.
Sioux City, Des Moines, Omaha. Kansas
City, St. Paul, Minneapolis, South Omaha
and nil large cities In the mlddio west.
This will bo th8 only team from Bouth
Omaha tlds yenr.
H. W. FrltHcher was a member of the
Old Saxon Urau team last year at Kan
Baa City, which won first place, and
LeplnBkl and Kennedy were members of
the I'. Petersen team of South Omahn.
which won thlnl place out of tho 175 five
man teams that were entered. The team
this year is much stronger than the Peter
sen team was last year and aro looked
upon to do well In St Louis.
Htzgerald and partner were tho rhnm.
plon two-mnn team In tho South Omaha
tournament last year. J. Lcflcr and Pay
Cooley are two good steady bowlers, but
aro now at going to tournaments. Lcflcr
has an average of 183 and is the second
nign in tne league, llay Cooley Is a
member of tho Martin Tlcers. Tfi.
also was second In the all events last
year in tho Omaha city tournament.
ilio following South Omaha mcrehnnt.i
are backing tho team:
O'Donovan & Pease, tho CItlxon Print
LnJ? .FEpaPi-Mft1? City Printing com-
puny, chock i arus National bank. Jctter
Brewing company. Ouro Mineral Springs.
P. J. Martin. M. Culkln & Co.. Hlnchey
Jr"1 "jnirany, is. it. tiodfrey. C. P.
S. Tobln. F. A. nvmut- ir
"William Stokes, I. Peterson.' Union lfnnrJ
Laundry. Petersen & Mlchelsen, J.
Flynn. Packers Natlonni iuni Ti,mn.
White, Koutsky-PaAlIk company, South
Omaha Ice and Coal company. Live Stock
National bank, Sol Goldstrom.
To Open Training- School.
Kverythlng Is ready for the formal
opening of tho new Manual Tralnme
school at the South Omaha High school
annex. Custodian of tho annex, Bob Mc
aompsy saj'a that ho has everything
ready for tho teachers to begin their
work with tha classes of manual train-1
Ing and domestic science. No certain
date has been set for tho opening, but
It Is thought that a start will be made
within the week.
Pioneer to Meet.
President J. J. Broen of tho. South
Omaha Pioneer society has announced
the annual meeting and banquet of the
society to be held at Masonic hall on
December 0. A delightful program for
the occasion has been preparod. Includ
ing some speeches and music. President
Breen reports much progress In tho work
ot the society.
A good Investment Is that which elim
inates chance and offers facts and rea
sons and common sense as evidence of
merit for the consideration of the careful
Every careful Investor Is naturally anx-
loua to select tho one best form of se
curity out of the many offered for his
How to best do this can be easily de
cided by applying one slnmlo test.
in me i-umiiiuuiiy or service upon which
tha security Is based absolutely neces
sary to purchasers and users at all times
under all conditions?
The best investments, therefore, are
those based upon absolute necessities
iluch as food products and clothing and
land and a roof over one's head for home
or business all of whleh arc necessary In
caa times as well as good times.
The Bankers Ttealty Investment com.
pani offers South Omaha people such
Its stock represents the ownership of
nmn graue ouy real estate and tho busl
ncss of Improving It. It Is. therefore,
a safe as well as a profitable Invest.
For full particulars concerning this
company's stock call or wrtta to Mr. J, j
Gillln, 612 North Twenly-fourth street!
"yum wiiiuna, nvot
Stnvrm una Itungra.
- .w- uail ueiOTO WA mnrfl
You better take advantage of our low
prices on stoves. They go at factory
cost. Koutsky-Pavllk Co. k
-Mnulc cily Gossip, i
.'57,; ,,.?J5ichJ5r...w"!. be. ho.f tX
c.1 'v iiuu Muesaay pvenlng
Northe'r,st,r'eeUr fr reUt I2W' C
Detective Michael Qlllln is sloww
fever "Vere atUck ot typhoid
Mrs. LulU B. Malhnu-n o.l ,
hind 'pindiaK ,h eek-end at Aihl
Miss Anno Ollloglv will be hostess for
tho hmanon Kensington club Ti.pm.,,
Dr. AieCrann McCrann have movod
building"1"5 rm" 1 ftn''
Miss Ella Peterson will entertain com.
Pllnjontary to Mis, Ward of Siwha on
Mr. and Mrs. If. Pike will entertain the
(w.,iuii-i'..ufi. www v uicir nome ruos
Office space for rent In Bee office sis
Tre7"5 rea,0.!ial)Ie' we known
Mrs, Georse Condon entertained Satur-
irv auernouii. uni'iimtniary to Ji
Mittle Ward f Omaha.
Tie ho iseholj economics department of
tho S uth Onniha Woman s bib
iicft Tuesday afi n n at the heme of
Mrs K. It. Leigh. 73S North Kighteenth j
The Inquest upon the death ot Jno
Duffy, Jr . will be held Monday at
I-arkiifs funeral parlors.
Tho women of the New Cenlur club
will give a card parti' at the home, of
Mrs. D. Ha.innn Wednesday afternoon.
Fred J. Iong has been promoted In tho
auditing department at Cudahy's, where
he has been employed since he was II
years ot age.
For llent Suite of offices, second floor.
31th street front, steiim heat, gas and
electric light, stationary lavatory; espe
cially suitable for physician, dentist or
attorney; low rent. Inquire Silt N St.
The members of tho P. 14. O society
enjoyed their annual festival Thursday
evening. Dinner was served In the lunch
rooms of tho I'tilted Presbyterian church,
when etivers were laid for lift guests.
Mrs. J M. Caughey. Mrs. A. 1 lott
nnd Mrs. O. M. Schlndel cntorlnlned com
plimentary to Mrs. 10, H, Shug.irt of Sari
Francisco. Monday afternoon nt an In
formal kcnslugton. Kighteen guests weto
Mrs. William Kelley wns given the M.ftXl
denth benefit yesterday on the death nf
her late husband. William Kelley. The,
money was paid over by Michael Cogglna,
representative of tho Knights ot tho
Tho women of the I'nlted Presbyterian
church will give their annual chrysan
themum baiar at the church. Twenty-
third and H streets. November 20 and
31. Mrs. Clinllls of Omaha and Miss
Ohman of Hellevue will give readings.
Mr. and Mrs P J. F.irrcl! celebrated
their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary
Friday even ng by entertaining the mem
bers of Adah chapter No. hi. Order of
the Knsteru 5 1 nr. and their husbands
Tho invited guests were Messrs, and
Mcsdames J. Bednnr. I. A, Bravton. J.
V. Miller. W. Nvtnali. A B. Majors. H.
vermilion, r . K. num. Robertson.
George French, C. Talbot. C. Miuihl, I.
I Van Rant. J. M. Campbell. G. W.
Urecn. Dr. and Mrs. William Bern anil
Mrs. Allco Jcwett
The la Mlsntns club wns entertained
at the boms of Miss Margaret Maurer
Thursday afternoon. Miss Catherine
Shanuhrtn was avilst.int hostess. Prizes
a games warn won by Misses I.ols ItlcK
ard and Dorothy Davis. Those present
were: ausses tirace ssiurrocK. Mary
O'Nell, Iluth Derbyshire Tresea Miillaly,
Mario Krug, Malx'l Lee, Ethel Ituyan.
Patience Kelly, Helen Ture, Agnes Heal,
Margurlto Carley, Dorothy Davis, Lois
Rlckard, Ada Bayncr, Mary Wyness,
Cathcrlno Shanahnn ana Margaret
The Ad Mortem club was entertained
Thursday evening at tho home of Samuel
Hodscn. Prizes at a guoeslng contest
were won by Misses Margaret McCarten
nnd Mamie Mullen. Those present were:
Misses Mamie Mullen, Cecelia Mullen.
Agnes Hcavey. Alyce Mahonoy, Mary
iioimnnv. NVll llrwinrn. MarnreL McCar
ten, Margaret Connor, Haxel Atier. Anne-
iloswell. Messrs. wawara vurrmi, duiiuibi
Hodsen, James Fitzgerald, uornoius i-cn-tmil.
nnnnlil Kreirnn. Herbert Hcavey,
Donald Jonaschelt, Arthur Duffy, Mathew
O Keefo and Thomas itcanc.
IllKli .School Notes.
Howard Kggers has entered the high
school orchestra ob player of tho bass
and snare drums. Tho orchestra still
lacks a bass violin.
The Gavel club of the high school will
meet In tho Board of Kducatlon room
next Tuesday evening In u regular meet
ing. A good program has been prepared
and a debate will be held.
Equipment for the domestic science
elium hna been Installed and experimental
work is being performed dally by the
class, under the Instruction ot Miss
Bookmeyer, head of the domtstlo science
The several lathe machines which were
ordered by tho school board for the
manual training department nrrlvod last
week and are all Installed and ready for
use. The machinist class lias not been
definitely organized yet, but will bo soon.
Tho girls' basket ball team, under the
direction of Miss Wyniaru instructor of
the gtrls' physical training class of tho
high school. Is making tapld strides to
ward learning the fine points ot the
game. The team win enter mo state
glrlB' banket ball contest and a schedule
Is now being made.
Tha South Omaha foot ball team was
defeated by tho alarming score' of 13 to 6.
by the Deal Institute team of Omaha.
The local team has been defeated In
every game but one that It has played
during the Present season. The last
game will bo played with Ashland on
of .Mail Delivery
A Urge crowd of residents of Benson
got together nt tho Benson city hall last
night where they enjoyed a Jollification
In celebration of tho coining of free postal
delivery In Benson. This is to begin Mon
day morning as a result of a new order
that consolidates the postofflco sjstem
of that town with that of Oninha. The
poMofflco In Benson will be a substation
In tho future to be known as the Benson
branch. Two carriers will go to work
on the. routes Monday morning and resl
dents of that town will for the first time
have freo delivery of malls.
Postmaster John C Wharton of Omaha
and Postmaster James McGuIro of Ben
son delivered addresses. Postmaster
Wharton congratulated tho citizens of
Benson on finally getting free mall de
livery, which they have long desired. Ho
assured them of the best of service from
tho central office nt Omaha and hop'xl
they would find the new Arrangement
satisfactory and efficient. Postmaster
McOulre. who after nildnlgnl Sunday
night will bn ex-postmnstrr, talked of the
new arrangement, pointing out the In
crenscd fnclllty It would afford.
Aged Couple Burned
Out of Humble Home
Neighbors who could not rind It In their
hearts to be rharltabte to an aged couple
that the city had taken caro of, nre
thought by tho authorities to bo responsi
ble for the burning of a smail, two-room
shack at Tenth und Ornco streets last
night. August F. Herman, aged C", and
his wife were not homo when the flrn
started, and as no one was around to
fight tho fire, it was uncontrollable by
the time the department arrived.
The old couplo were given permission
by tho city to build a hunrnle shack on
the property, which belongs to the city,
and the City Mission furnished material.
Mrs. Q. W. Alqulst has been caring for
them and the old people were snugly
fixed for tho winter.
Complaints had been made by other
residents In the neighborhood, and sev
eral times tho management of the City
Mission had to stop in to prevent tho
couplo from being harmed. It la thought
that tho tire was started last night for
the purpose of evicting them from tho
Breathe Freely! Open Nostrils
and Stuffed Head End Catarrh
Instant Relief When Nose and
Head aro Clogged from a Cold.
Stops Nasty Catarrhal Dis
charges. Dull Headache Van
ishes. Try 'Kly s Cream Blm"
Get a smalt bottle anyway. Just to try
It Apply a Httlo In the nostrils and In
stantly your clogged nose nnd stoppel
up air passage of the head will open;
yon will breathe freely; dullness and
headache disappear By morning! the
catarrh, oold-ln-head or catarrhal soro
throat will be gone.
End such mlrery now I Get the small
bottle ef "Kir's Cream Balm' at anr
drug store. This sweet, fragrant balm,
dissolves by the heat of the nostrils,'
penetrates and heals the Inflamed, swol
len membrane which lines the nose, head
and throat: clears the air passages, stops
nasty discharges and a feeling of cleans
ing, soothing relief comes Immediately
Don't lay awake tonight struggling
for breath, with head stuffed; nostrils
closed, hawking and blowing. Catarrh
or a cold, with Its running nose, foul
mucous dropping Into the throat, nd
raw dryness Is distressing but truly
Put your fallh-Just once In "Ely si
Cream Balm" and your cold or catarrh
will surely disappear. Advertisement.
Death Proves Terror
to Men Who Laughed
But a Moment Before
News of the death of Jack Steyperk
St. Joseph's' hospital last night came to
two undertaker's assistants employed at
tho county morgue wlilio they were pre
paring tho body of the unidentified man
killed near Krug park for burlaL But
a moment before they had smiled when
they noticed the whitened countenances
of others nearby.
"We learned long ago to take death
philosophically," one said. "There Is
nothing In being sentimental."
Just'' as ho finished speaking the tele
phone bell rang.
"Jack Steyperk is dead" came from a
sister at St. Joseph's hospital.
Tho assistant's face went white and the
receiver dropped from his ringers. He re
peated the words to his comrade and
both broke into tears.
Jack Steyperk, 23 years old, and em
ployed by the C. B. Liver company had
been a closo chum of the two until the
very day last week that he went to the
hospital suffering from spinal meningitis.
The two men, Vorne Johnson and
Frank Sasstrom game way to others and
left the place.
Small Boy's Sling
May Cost Lad's Eye
Indiscriminate uso of slingshots In tho
hands of small boys will In all probabil
ity cost 10-year-old David Jensen's loft
oyo. Tho llttlo boy, who lives with his
parents at 3C1 Center street, was playing
In his front yard yesterday, whon boys
across the street fired u rock from the
Tho mlssllo took the boy squarely In
tho eye. Ho was later removed to tho
Clarkson hospital, but eye specialists de
clared that there was small clianco for
tho Bight. The boys with the sling can
not be found.
THIO, N. VAIl, ritlUDSNT
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
A Marvelnnn, -iciie.
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writes P. V- Bastlatns of Prince Albert,
Cape of Good Hope. "It occurred In the
middle of the night He got a very serve
attack ot croup. As luck would have It,
I had a large bottle ot Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy In the house. After fol
low the directions for an hour and twenty
minutes he was through alt danger." For
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The Persistent and Judicious Use ot
Newspaper Advertising is the Ttoad to
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ristela anal AH Rectal leasees eoreaMftfc
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Nobodr Too Old
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Mother! the Child
Is Costive, Bilious
Don't Hesitate I A laxative Is neces
sary if tongue is coated, breath
bad or stomach sour.
Give "California Syrup' of Figs", at
once a teaapoonful today often saves
a sick child tomorrow.
If your little on is out-of-sorta, halt
sick, Isn't resting, eating and acting
naturally look, Mother! see It .tongue
Is coated. This Is a sure sign that It's
little stomach, liver and bowels are
clogged with waste. When cross, irri
table, feverish, stomach sour, breath bad
or has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, sore
throat, full of cold, give a teaspoonful
of "California Byrup of Figs," and In a
few hours all' the constipated poison,
undigested food and sour bile gently
moves out of Its little bowels without
griping, and you have a well, playful
Mothers can ret easy after giving
this harmless "fruit laxative," because
It never falls to cleans the little one's
liver and bowels and sweeten the stomsoh
and tbey dearly love Its pleasant taste.
Full directions for babies, children of
all ages snd for grown-ups printed on
Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask
your druggist for a M-cent bottle of
"California Syrup of Figs;" then see
that t Is made by the "California Mr
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Bulletin No. 1
Omaha Ad Club active
in the national movement
against fakers and frauds in advertising
The Advertising Clubs of 135 cities, with a membership of more -
than 10,000 business men, form tho Associated Advertising Clubs of America.
These clubs have joined in a national organization, realizing that
country-wide co-oporation is essential to the successful establishment of n movement
of national importance and affecting the national wolfare.
The clubs are working as an organized unit to create, assemble
and distributo valuablo ideas to their members, to proraoto tho welfare of all hon
orable advertisers, and to safeguard tho buying public against advertising of fakers
Club starts campaign of education
The Omaha Ad Club, in addition to tho work of its Vigilance Committee in seeking
the prosecution of unscrupulous advertisers, under the Slate Law and City Ordinance, will carry on
an educational campaign through a scries of advertisements, of which this Is the first.
In these advertisments the value of truth in all publicity will be emphasized, and the
value therefrom to both the advertiser and consumer will be fully explained.
Most advertisers, today, are truthful, sincero nnd honest and are offering full val
ues, good goods and honest service. Our work has their approval, because the club wishes to In
still public confidence in the prlntod word of all ad vertlsers by eradicating the thieve and liars in
business who prey upon their follows for gain.
In waging this war for fair, honest and believable advertising, wo bespeak the co- .
operation and support of the seller and the buyer of merchandise, bb it is to the advantage of each'
that statements regarding the sale of goods, shall be truthful, dependable and trustworthy. .
OMAHA AD CLUB
ASSOCIATED ADVERTISING CLUBS OF AMERICA
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