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HIE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2(5, 1913.
BRIEF CITY NEWS J LOOSE BULL PLAYS HAYOC rf
Copley, jwlr, SIS 8. 16th. 35th year
riaeltty Storage ft Tan Co. Doug.HlS.
Have Root Print It Now Deacon Press.
1.1 f Xns? Y. Penn Mutual. Qould.
Lighting fixture. Bnrg.arandn Co.
Toran Will Banc A dunce will be
given Wednesday evening at BarlKht hall
by the Ilrotherhood of American Yeomen.
Qable on Vacation J. II. Gable, trav
eling agent for tho Northwestern, Is away
on his annual vncatlon, spending the time
In and around Chicago.
City Hall Closes hurOay City of
fices will eloso Thanksgiving day and the
city employes will bo slvcn a vacation.
Only ona elevator will bo kept running
at tho building and this will be shut down
Want to lay a Spur The Missouri
Taclflc railroad has asked the city com
mission for tho right to lay a spur truck
lu Walnut Hill addition outside of It
right-of-way. The request will come be
fore the committee of the whole Monday
Orlpa Stolen from Anto Dr. U. A. Der
mody, No. 2 Crclghton block, lost two
grips containing valuable surgical Instru
ments from his machine, which was
standing at Fifteenth and Douglas
streets Monday afternoon. Besides a new
tutn lre was also carried awpy.
Ordinance on Non-Safety Match W.
A. Ellis, commissioner of the Omaha
Commercial club, presented an ordinance
to the city commission governing the use
And storage of non-safety matches. The
ordinance will be discussed at the meeting
of thecommlttee of tho whole Monday.
Lid &ifWr' Hearing; prlday Mickey
Mullen, Sixteenth and Davenport streets,
was tle only proprietor of a saloon to
receive a fine In police court, as the re
sult of tho police activities of Monday
evening 'A hearing; on the other cases
was net for Prlday of this week at the
request of those arrested. Mullen ap
Ialed the decision of the court.
You make no risky experiment
when you use occasionally
whenever there ia need tho
most universally popular home
remedy known, Beecham's
Pills, which have stood the
test of time with absolute suc
cessor their world-wide fame
rests securely on proved merit.
relieve the numerous ailments
caused by defective action of
the stomach, liver, kidneys
and bowels. Cleansing: the
system, they purify the blood
and tone body, brain and
nerves. Beecham's Fills act
quickly; they are always
eafoi and reliable,. ahd you
may depend upon it they
Will Benefit You
Sold eTcrywhere. In best JOc 25c
Efwone especial!? ererr woman ihoutd
read the direction wits ererr box.
Breathe Hyomei It Medicates
the. Air You Breathe and
Why continue to suffer from catarrh.
stopped up head, husky, voice, and other
troubles of tho breathing organs, wnen
there Is an absolutely certain, scientific
remedy at hand,
Hyomei Is the remedy. It Is a pleas
ant, harmless and jontlseptlo medication
which you breathe through a small In
haler. Ilreathlng. a few times daily
through the Inhaler charges tho air with
this gcrm-kllllng antiseptic. Catarrhal
discharges, sniffles, foul breath, watery
eyes' and the formation of crusts In the
nose aro promptly relieved by this med
It . Is guaranteed to do It, or money
A complete Hyomei outfit, consisting
of a strong, hard .rubber pocket Inhaler
and a bottle of, Hyomei costs only .f).09,
and extra bottles, If afterwards needed,
are only 0 cents each. DruggUts every
where sell Hyomei.
Use Hyomei for bronchitis, coughs and
cold In the head, husky voice, croup of
infants, an any Inflammatory dlseaso
of the breathing organs. Advertisement
Your Stomach Bai?
JUST TRY ONE DOSEof
Mayr's WiMrtrfiil Stomach Rimtfy
and la Convinced That Yau Can
l Rastarei To Health
Frightens Pupils of the High School j
MAY HAVE CAUSED A DEATH
Undertaker Thinks that It la the
Snmi-Hull "Which AVne Inatru
mental In tlip Death nt
II. K. Kellrtt of Valley.
tenors Jlrnuro Mumimru ,., ...
.u.iu- n,,u 4 nuin
itinnolo. Otherwise knntrn rtn
James Murphy and Patrick Wnn, were
acianea to snare a loose bull whoso
activities on the High school campus
were detaining carer vnutha nri
from the delights of school recitations.
From whence tho bull came no man
knoweth, but Jlmaro and Pmtm ran t...
ttry as to where It went. Laden with colls
or rope and enthusiasm the matadors
were transported In the police patrol to
where the male cow was imMinrr tnriu
and in a twinkling of an eye had bound
me submissive brute Into a state of
Murphurlo and IUnnolo then ntrl
themselves In the vehicle and through tho
rear aperture payed the bull at the end
of the rope as an angler would a trout.
After tho wagon was well underway
toward a haven at Twentv-second ami
Cuming streets the prisoner proceeded to
evince signs of reluctance upon accom
panying Its Captors; hence Jlmaro and
Padre were forced to pry each other from
the doorway when It would take a notion
to sit down and rest, or turn around.
Placed In n Hum.
Finally, after exhubernnl
had ceased to enjoy the spectacle of two
"bulls" arresting another, tho animal de
cided to come along, and In a few min
utes was housed In a stall of a private
barn near Cuming street.
No one could be found who mil tn
know to whom the beast belonged.
Sunday nlcht Henrv K. Knlli-tt rxrori
43 years, of Valley, accompanied by a
helper, was driving to tho market In
South Omaha with a bull tied to the rear
of his wagon. The animal broke looso.
and In attempting to catch It, Kcllett fell
and was run over by the wagon when
the horses Ntarted to run awav. Ho died
Monday night at a local hospital.
iieuctt is survived by a wife and tsro
children and had been a resident of
Douclas countv for n. mimhor nt vm
The bull of this morning's Incident Is be
lieved by Stack & Falconer, who hava
charge of tho Ketlett funeral arrange
ments, to be the one owned by the dead
Pride Wounded When
Foster Insists Upon
Taking Turkey Home
Because W. A. Foster, chief deputy !n
tho sheriffs office, was tho recipient of
a fine ten-pound, rango-bred' turkey, and
because he had so little faith In his fel
low men that he Insisted on escorting the
bird from the court house' to his home,
lest some ancient storage, fowl bo foisted
upon him, he has started a reputation for
taking "a drop too much." Ho fell from
the stet of a street car near the Burling
ton station, but picked himself up with
out relaxing his grip on the turkey. He
explains the occurrence as follows:
"I was about to get off the car when
a touch of rheumatism In my knee caused
my leg to give way and I fell. I wouldn't
have cared, since I didn't lose tho turkey,
but an old lady said: 'That poor man
Is drunk. What an, awful thing liquor is.
I ktpt firm hold of my dignity and tho
turkey, though, and went on home."
to tho Associated Charities.
JUDGE MORRIS DIRECTS
VERDICT FOR CUDAHY
m Tor iiHcffl
In the case of Fred Herzlg, suing tho
Cudahy Packing company for'23,000 for
Injuries alleged to have been sustained
while he was employed at the defendant
company's plant last January, Judge
Page Morris, before whom tho case was
heard In the district court, directed r
verdict for the defendant. Contributory
negligence was established.
ASKS HEAVY DAMAGES FOR
THE LOSS OF TWO FINGERS
Alleging that on October 7 he lost two
fingers of Ills left hand because of the
negligence of the defendant company In
operating a circular saw at Its plant,
where he was employed, John Qogola
has filed with the clerk of the district
court suit In which he seeks to recover
$15,000 from Morris & Co.
CASS COUNTY IS GOING
TO BUILD A NEW JAIL
A new Jail Is to be built in Cass' county
to cost some.tl5.00A. J, P. Outh of Omaha
Is the architect. He expects to have the
plans completed about December ?.
Omaha contractors are expecting- to make
bids for this Job.
CHARGED WITH STEALING
AND SELLING A TEAM
Samuel F. Know has been bound ov.er
to tho district court by Justice Brltt on
a charge of stealing a team of horses In
Florence and of selling tbe team several
times to purchasers, who made payments
to htm, but failed to get possession of
TRAINMEN GIVE THEIR
FOURTH ANNUAL BALL
YouTr! ot aaka to Ukt UAVR'I WONDHO
VUU STOMACH UEMEDT for wki and month
txiore o raeatte any Wnatlt ona doaa U
ny raqmrM io conjinc m wwi -'
trfftrtr or momirb Ailment! tUt this treat rem
edy thoula reitor anyone to afflict! to good
health. MAVJVS WONDBUKl I. STOMACH REM
HDV hit boon taken tr many thouianda of people
throtuhont tha land. 11 baa brought HEALTH.
an4 HAPPINESS to ruffertra irbo bad daipalrw
t( arer bains rtatorad and, who now proclaim It
a Wondtrfu! IWmrdy and ar untnf othart wha
may be ulfrrlna ulth STOMACH. L1VKR and
INTErtTINAI. A1IAIBNTH to try It. lllnd yoo.
MAYR'B WOSDEIIKVI. STOMACH IlEMEDV It
as dlffarrnt tban molt medlclnt that are put on
tha tuarltt tor tha tartoua atoniacb allmenta--lt
li rly le a cla by luaif. aad on do will
do mora to coattnc the moat (kaptlcal aufltrar
than ten ot othar mrdltln. Reiulta from one
dos will tniH and tb Unaflts are entirely nat.
utl. It ecla on the aource and fouodttloir
of thM allinrnta, ramoitns tha eolaoaoua catarrh
and Ml arrrtlona. end allaying the ,adrlyln0
hronk Inllammatlon In tha eilmtatarr and. Jntaa
tinal trei. rtndarlng in aam antlaaptlc Jujr
tl? on. 0iU ' ot MAYR-S WOSDKJtK' l. STOM
A'l REMEDY put It to a let today YOI will
W otarjovrd with lour quifk r.curkry and will
lilghlv pralae tt aa tnouanda of oihra are ron
laally doing. Bnd 'or bo.ut ua riioma.h All
raaala to an II Mair Hff. t Uraltt. 15I1M
allies Bt Cblco. lit.
North Star lodge, Ko. S), Ladles' aux
IHary to the Brotherhood of rtailroad
Trainmen, gave their fourth annual ball
at the Hotel Home Monday evening.
The grand maroh was led by Mrs. E.
W, Thomas and Mr. Dooloy, trainmaster
of tho Omaha terminals of the Missouri
Avold SedatlTe Coxifti Medicine.
If you want to contribute directly to
the occurrence of capillary bronchitis
and pneoumonta, use cough medicines
that contain codlne, morphine, heroin and
ether sedatives when you have a cough
or cold. An expectorant like Chamber
Iain's Cough Remedy is what is needed.
That cleans out the culture beds or
breeding places fqr the germ of pneu
monia and other germ diseases. That Is
why pneumonia never results from a cold
whon Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I
tued. It has a world-wide reputation for
its cures. It contains no morphine or
other sedative. For sale by all druggists.
The Persistent and Judicious I'se of
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
12 l-2c CR AMBERRIE 7c
Capo Cod Crnnbprvies; nioo,
plump mid fresh; regular
quality "Wednesday, qt.
Santa Claus Will Open
TOYLANP Next Saturday
We'll lell you more about It next Friday
evening. Finn to brine, tho children down
lor a merry time. There'll be big dolns.
Thanksgiving GLOVE Sale
WOMEN'S fine black cotton
and black gauze llslo hoso,
also outslzo In black cotton or
llslo: regular price
fiOo to GGc: sale price,
3 pairs, SI, or per
19c Hose at 10c
Women's black cotton hoso, full
seamless with ribbed tops; regu
lar price 19c, r
tho pair 1UC
PEC I ALLY priced for Wednes
day In time for tho Thanks
98c and up.
$1.95 Value, $1.79.
25c and 35c
Universal Carving Sets, Guaran
teed; regular price rfji QO
sizes, one-clasp of- P X jCt
THOUSANDS of pairs of tho most wanted kind, tho result of a special purchase, and
offered to you at a big saving Wednesday. An opportune time to make your holi
day sift seleetion.
Women's S1.25 to
SI. 50 Gloves
Gloves for all occasions, in
overseam, with Paris Point
and 2-tono effects; cape, mo
cha and lambskin, in black,
white and tan, 1 and 2-clasp,
all sizes, wonderful values;
Women's $1,25 Gleves, 73c
Dress gloves, give excellent
service, tan only, all
sites, one-clasp ef
fect, $1.25 value...,
$1.50 Glovos .
Droken assortment of
sizes of.our lines to $1.50,
all sizes represented, good
soloctlon of shades, pair,
Men's S1.25 to
Every size from 7 to 10, cape
gloves, just tho glpve every
man wants for wear now;
splendidly made and excep
tional valuo Wednesday at,
16-button length, white and
fitting, with wide
cut arms, $2.0 G
WOMEN'S neckwear In many
designs, Including Bows,
Flshus, collars, chemisettes, some
In combinations of silk
and lace, others all
laco and net, value to
3Cc, choice c
75c Neckwear 50c
Laco and net flshus, sailors col
lars, Jabots, chemisettes, etc.,
beautiful assortment, val- ttf
uob to 76c, choice...... ww.
ALL silk ribbons, in fancy
warp prints, moire and fancy
stripes, width, from 4 to S inches,
values to 35c; salo
price Wednesday the
15c Ribbons, 8c
Wftsh Tlljboh, No. 1 to 1 In
while, pink and blue, nil llk,
valuff to 15c; sale Wednca- Qn
day, tho yard, .l OC
A WAIST Sale
WOMEN'S fino chiffon, crepe do chine,
messaline and tftffeta silk waists, in all
the new shades, with lui?h neck and Ion,
sleeves, also a few laco and net
effects; they wero originally
priced at $15.00; very special
Wednesday at, choice
Women's $7.50 Waista at $2.98
Chiffon, messaline and taffota silk waists, made with
low neck and long sleeves also high nock nnd long
eleoves, protty selection of tho choicest
styles and shades, tho valuo ranges up
to $7.50; special Bale price Wednesday
The Newest Ideas in CORSETS
WE illustrate here ono of tho now modols in "it. ana
G,M Corsets, mado especially for danoing; supple,
light weight and expertly designed nnd, out to givo abso
lute graoo and froodom of tho figure.
Almost bonoloss effects, perfootly free hip and top
less, giving tho greatost froodom for breathing; light
woight coutil, with rubber lacing nt bottom of atc(?l gives
grace whon. in a sitting posture. Tho priceB range from
?1.00 up to $10.00
BRASSIERS made especially for wear with these cor
sets, of a beautiful quality of matorjal of nil kinds, to
conform with tho natural lines, tho prices rnngo from
$1.00 up to $5.00
Values to $10.00, at...
A ONE day millinery spociul
that feinacks of tho sensational--100
hats from our special
sale to go Wednesday at, your
Many of the Hats Originally
in our stock tw.'o weeks ago;
many oi tiiein aro m jjM i
reproductions of 50
come take your :
pick Wednesday at: JR
COItSAOK IIOUQUKTS A beautiful
lino, very protty and very special, at-
49c to $1.98
Wednesday in the Clearing House
Women's $35 Suits
They're all this season's
latest styles in tho most
favorod materials and col
ors, all sizes in tho lot,
splondldly tailored and
finished throughout, the
values rango up to 125.00;
Wednesday, choice $0.05
Women' $7.50 Coits
All the best materials, in-x
eluding cilnchlllsj, diag
onals, mixtures, etc, etc.
Coats suitable for wear on
most any occasion, good
assortment of colon, val
ues to 7.50, sale price
$4.50 Coats H
for ages 2 to G
years, made up
in tho popular
materials for "LITTLE
FOLKS' " wear, tho valuos.
rango up to 4.60; Wednes
day, cholco $2.05
Made for ages
C to 12 years,
all sites in this
ly woll made in the latest
materials, all tho best colors
values up to $8.50; sale
price Wednosday ...$3.05
t, 1 m
dresses, of car
als, etc., all good desirable
models, splendidly tailored
and finished, value to $10;
sale price Thursday, your
choice ot the lot for $4,08
; Orkin Bros., 16th and Harney
Orkin Bros., 16th and Haraey
TO SUPPLY POOR CHILDREN
Pupils of Public Schools Bring Do
nations for the Needy.
SUPPLIES GO TO CHARITIES
Children of I'oor Knmlllm I.lvInK
.Tiear the School AVIII He Iiitokcil
Aflrr Flmt No Srhool on
Thurailnr or Frlilny.
All tho poor clilldrrn who attend
school will be provided with a fat
Thanksgiving dinner and supplies of
warm clothlnir by their more well-to-do
schoolmates. In some of the districts all
the supplies donated by the children wilt
co to relieving possible distress In that
While all the supplies will bo "lumped"
AND DEVELOPS AT
cheeks and lips become pale,
tke body t laagHid tad colds are
easily coatracted it undermines
tke Tery wwrce ei kealtk and
tut have kanediate treatmest.
Drugs or alcoholic mixtures
cannot make blood. Nourishment
ia necessary and Scott's Emahion
is always the physicians' favorite
its concentrated medical nourish
ment charges the blood with red
corpuscles, feeds the famished
tissues and carries food value to
every tiny nerve and fibre in a
natural, easy way.
Take Scott's Emulsion to
esrick your blood but skua
the alcoholic substitute.
and donatod to charity organizations, tho
principals liavo arranged to secure enough
food and clothlnc to brine cheer to the
hearts of all the poor girls and boys and
parents In the vicinity of their schools.
School teachers, through their work
with the children, have learned the names
of the needy families In the poorer dis
tricts and wilt unostentatiously carry
them baskets of food and clothing,
Hoina of the donations, were received at
the school yesterday and all cifts will t
In today. Schools will be closed Thursday
New York Brokerage Firm Making
Overtures to Omaha Now.
CIRCULATES MEAN REPORTS
Concern Jel Xnaty When City
Won Id Not Itrtnrn It Knrneat
ainnry Sent In with Hid
Klopp Asks Counties
to Comply With the
rtequrctlng that county offlrers throua.
out Nebraska comply with the state laws
by advertising" and letting by bid all con
tracts for county printing and supplies,
tho newly organlred Klopp I'rlntlng com
pany has malted letters to all county
commissioners and clerks.
It has been generally rumored In Ne
braska printing circles that some counties
fall to comply with the law In this re
, spect, and that certain printing firm In
the state refuse to participate In com
j petitive bidding for county printing and
I supplies. The letters sent out over the
laienature of "The Klomi Printing com
pany, per A. T, Klopp," simply state that
the company desires to bid upon prlnt
irg, and cites the portion of the Ne
braska statutes, which requires rounUea
to let their printing work by bid and con
tract, under penalty of fine or Imprison
ment In the penitentiary, or both.
Over OP) letters have been sent out,,
every county clerk, every board of county
commissioners and every member of such
boards having received one. IUpiten al
ready made Indicate that It Is the inten
t'on of the counties to follow the pro
visions ot the statutes hereafter, whether
or not this was done before.
A convention of county officer of Ne
braska will hold session In Omaha noxt
week. It Is thought by some county of
flrers that official notice may then bo
takon of the matter of letting county
printing contracts only after advertised
Reviving unpleasant recollections which
hut recently has faded from tho minds
of city commissioners, one J. II. Du-
mnnt, representing C 11. Vonner & Co.
of New Tork, dealers In bonds, appeared,
hat In haml, In the office ot Acting
Mayor Van H. Duller and proposed to
compromise the difficulty between the
city and the aforesaid C. H. Venncr
This difference amounts to J5.000, the
some being a check held oh forfeit by
the city because Vcnner & Co. refused
to buy certain bonds which were awarded
to It ns lowest bidder.
Ihitler will ask City Treasurer V. 0.
Ure, the city attorneys sad Mr. Dmn&ftt
to appear beforo the oeuaoll In com
mittee of the whole Monday and argue
"I told Dumont I was personally net
anxious to compromise," smtel Butler, "be
cause I think this firm has done Omaha
bonds about all the dsm&r It Is capable
About a year ago, when tha trouble
began, C. II. Vcnner & Co., after Its
demand for the return of Its forfeit
check was refused, Instituted a series ot
attacks on tho municipal credit of the
city and clrculatlted the country with
sweeping blows at Omaha's bonds.
Venncr' excuse for refusing to accept
the bonds after he had been awarded
them was that he had offered a high
premium based on the reports of the
value of assessed property made by the
City comptroller, and these reports were
Is often caused by Indigestion and con
ttlpation, and quickly disappears when
Chamberlain's Tablets are taken. Vor
sale by all druggists. Advertisement.
Terslitent Advertising Is the Road to
MRS. J. M GUILD JOINS
HUSBAND AT DAYTON
In erdar to b at the hener&rr banauet
irlvtn by tha Greater Dayte etub for
her huaaMM, farmer Comml4nT Oulld,
Mi's. Guild left Omaha Monday awentw.
It U eetlmte4 Ua.t there wlfl be HQ at
If Kidneys Feel Like Lead
or Your Back Hurts, Take Salts'
ALL DRUGGISTS '15
We eat too much meat, which
clogs Kidneys, and they need
a flushing occasionally.
No man or woman who eats meat regu
larly can make a mistake by flushing
tho "kidneys occasionally, says a well
known authority. Meat forms urlo add
which clogs the kidney pores bo thoy
sluggishly filter or strain only part of
thti waste and poisons from the blood,
then you get slek. Nearly all rheuma
tism, headaches, liver trouble, nervous
neis, constipation, dizziness, sJoeptess
nes. bladder disorder come from slug
TIih moment you feel a dull ache In
tho kidneys or your bntk hurt, or If
the urine Is cloud.v. offensnr. fulj of
sediment. Irregular of passage or at
tended by a icniatton of scsjdlng, get
about four ounces of Jad Baits from any
reliable pharmacy and take a Ulbleapoon
ful In a glais of water before breakfast
for a few days and your kidneys wiU
then act fine. This famous salts Is made
from the acid of grapes and lemon
juice, combined with llthla and has been
used for generations to flush clogged
kidneys and stimulate them to activity,
also to neutralize the acids In urine so
It no longer causes Irritation, -tuns end
ing bladder disorders.
Jad Halts Is Inexpensive and cannot
injure; makes a delightful effervescent
lithla-water drink, which all regular meat
eater should take now and then to keep
the kldueia clean Hnd. the blood pure,
thereby avoiding serious kidney compl'
r atlons. AdvrrtUemcnt.
Oflice For Rent
The iarge room on ground
floor of Bee Building, oo.
cvpied by the Havess
White Coal Co.
Nice Farnasi street front
age. About 1,500 square
feet of floor space witk
large vault. Extra en.
trance from court of the
Fine office fixtures are ot
tered for sale. Apply te
H. P. Fell Bee office.