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TEE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, DEClOMMhR 3,
If I Ate That
I Wtuld Die
You Will Never Fear Food If
You Go to a Dinner Carry
ing One Little Stuart's
You needn't pass up nil thos savory
flishes Just booauso vou are afraid of
what the stomach will nay to them.
Aimed with a box of Stuart's Dyspep
K'a Tablets, you can bid defiance to the
Most cantankerous stomach and 1m1 n.
Mrcd that your food will be perfectly
O'S'ftcd In spite of the stomach's ob
"At Every Banquet Toa Will Always
See Bom Person Who la Afraid
Smart's Dyspepsia Tablcta are a com
liound of pepsin and those elements that
i)iutt te secreted by tho stomttci! If the
food la to be digested. When tho stom
tic It falls to secrete enough of these
titBollvc agencies, the only sane remedy
In to supply a sufficient quantity of
i nose elements to digest tlio rood. This
is the service for which Stuart's Dyspcp
via Tablet weie made and they uro
recommended by lending doctors and
scientists. Ono or two of these tablets
Ik sufficient to digest the largest dinner,
'j'liey stop almost Instantly alt forms of
indigestion, such as sour stomach, belch
Ins, heartburn, dlzzlnes, brash and dysen
tery. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain
dlgestfvo dements, a single grain of
which Is capable of dlKcstlng 3,009 Kralns
of food, such as meats, eggs, grains,
vegetables, starches and mineral matters
of all kinds.
If your stomacji Is sluggish or worn
out, let Stuart'a Dyepcpsla Tablets do
jour digesting for you until the stom
ach can recuperate. Olvo It a little va
cation. It has a hard enough struggle
ut tho best, with ell you put In it. And
even when your stomach Is In perfect
condition, you will occasionally need one
after a big banquet or other social af
lslr that taxes your stomach to tho ut
termost. Make Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets the
ivor-ready friend and assistant to your
stomach. Oct a 60c box of your drug
It st today.
Tuesday, December 2, 1913.
OU may havo heard this story of tho lato Marshall Field, tho great
merchant, who was being entertained at a brilliant dinner party
Y ono evening at one of the larger homes In Chicago. He, being
rather observant, noticed the exquisite tablecloth Inset with real
lace and hand embroidery. The next day as he was walking past the linen
counter of his mammoth store he noticed a similar tablecloth. "You sold
one resembling this to Mrs. Blank," he said to the head of the department.
"No,, wo sent this one out on approval yesterday, but It was returned thlr
morning," replied tho clerk.
A local hotel man had a somewhat similar experience one evening last
week. Ho was Invited to a friend's house to dine, and at each place was
Quito an array of silver; among tho sterling silver he noticed a spoon-somewhat
heavier and, glancing down, he saw that it was marked with tho namo
of his own hotel.
Kill Catarrh Germ
use Booth's Hyomei
Try tho sure und most cifectlvo way
tu reach tho raw, tender Inflamed
mucous membrano Infested with catarrh
Bt rma breathe Ilyomcl, Alt druggists
t. II It.
You Cannot reach tho nooks and crev
ices of tho breathing organs with liquid
preparations; thero Is only ono way
breathe a few times dally the germ
destroying air of Ilooth's Hyomei. It acts
directly on the Inflamed membranes and
dcfllrojo the catarrhal germs.
Hyomei Is not a cure-alt; It has ono
purpose quick and effectivo relief of
catarrh and diseases of the breathing
organs. When you are free of catarrhal
Ills the general health will Improve.
If you suffer, from offensive breath,
lalstng of mucous, frequent shcoslnir.
husky voice, discharge from the nose,'
droppings lri tho throat, spasmodic
toughing, or any other symptoms of
catarrh, use Hyomei at once, it will
destroy tho dlseaso germs In the nose,
throat and lungs, and give quick and
Hyomei docs not contain cocalno or
nny habit forming drug no stomach
uoslng-you Just breathe it Tho com
plcto outfit including pocket Inhaler and
iottle of liquid costs $1.00, extra Dot
iUh of liquid, If later needed, W cents.
Tango Tea at Omaha Club.
One of the most Interesting events so
cially was the tango tea given this after
noon at the Omaha club by Mrs. Charles
T. Kountie, M,rs. W. T. Burns, Mrs. W.
D. Horford, Mrs. J. T. Btowart zo, an.
Joseph Barker, Mrs. Glenn C Wharton
and Mrs. Fred Hamilton. About forty of
the young married set attended and en-
Joyed meeting the guest of honor, Mr.
Joseph Banttey, the youthful dancer In
the musical comedy, "When Dreams
Come True," now playing at the Bran-
dels. Mr. Hantley gave a demonstration
of tho "Santley Tango." Ills assistant
was Miss rtuth Randall, of his company.
Tea was served at smalt tables and the
afternoon enjoyed, tangoing.
Theater and Dinner Party.
A beautifully appointed dinner was
given Monday evening; at the Hotol
Loyal by ono of the brldgo clubs. Fol
lowing tho dinner they attended tho
Brandels theater to see Mr. Joseph Sant
ley In "When Dreams Come True." At
the dinner party there was a centerpleco
of violets and Mrs. Ward roses, which
later proved to bo corsage bouquets for
tho young women. In the party were:
It' "el Dcgen, Mildred Ilubel,
I.t.Mr ilcyn, Jerome Heyn, ,
Julius ltosenfeld, Kdwln Klrschbraun.
Among others at the theater were:
Mr. and Mrs. louls C. Nash.
Mr. and Mrs. Barton Millard,
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Kedlck,
Mr. and Mrs. William Hill Clark,
Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Baldrlge,
Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Dixon,
Mtsn L.ynn Curtis,
Mr. Luther Drake.
in honor of. Mrs. Lester Brldaham of
Denver, the guest of Mrs. Kdwln Swobe.
Mr. Stockton Heth entertained at an
Orpheum party Monday evening, followed
by aupper at tho Omaha club. Thos
Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Swobe.
Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge ITIns.
Mr. and Mrs. Q. V. Klnsler.
Mrs. Ben Cotton.
Mr. Klmer Cope.
Mr. Stockton Heth.
For State President.
Mrs. M. M. Claflln, state president of
the "Women's Christian Temperance union,
was tho honor guest at a luncheon today
at the New Hamilton cafe, given by the
Women's Christian Temperance Union
federation. The white ribbon temperance
bows were at each place. Those present
Miss Charlotte Arnd,
son. Ftelnholdt Qrewartz.
Garfield circle. No. 11, Ladles of the
Grand Army of tho ncpubllc, will give
a card party at the Moose home. Twenty-
fifth and M streets, South Omaha, on
Wednesday afternoon, December 3.
D. A. &. Meeting.
The next meeting of Major Isaac Sad'
ter chapter, Daughters of the American
Revolution, will be held Saturday, De
cember 0, at 2:80 o'clock at the home
of Mrs, I. W. Porter, 422 North Thirty-
first street. Mrs. Russell McKelvcy
Baker Is corresponding secretary.
Prairie Park Association.
Tho Prairie Park club has Issued an In
teresting calondar of social events tor the
month of December, starting with the
whist club meeting Monday, tho adults
dancing class Tuesday. The children's
dance Saturday afternoon and tho as
sembly Saturday evening.
In, and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mrs. Harold S. Jackson and Mrs. Frank
Z. Johnson leave today to visit relatives
In Huron, S. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Titus of Holdrege, who
were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. B.
Updike, have returned to their home.
IF YOUR SKIN
Tho moment that Rcslnol Ointment
i n rj itching siln, the Itching stops
m healing begins. That Is why doc
tors havo prescribed It successfully for
nor than eighteen years In even the
severest cases of ecxema, tetter, ring
worm, rashes and other tormenting, un
sightly skin eruptions. Aided by warm
baths with Reslnol Soap, Reslnot Oint
ment restores the skin to perfect health
and comfort, quickly, easily and at lit
Reslnol Is also an excellent household
remedy for pimples, dandruff, sores,
burns, bruises, bolls and for s score of
other uses whera a soothing, healing ap
plication Is needed. It contains nothing
of a harsh or Injurious nature and can
be used with confidence on the tenderest
or most irritated surface. Practically
every druggist sells Reslnol Ointment
('A3 and tLOO). and Rentnol Soap (Sc.)
For trial free, write to Dept. 3-R,
Reslnol, Baltimore, Md. Buy In the
original blue package and avoid "substitutes,''
C. 8. Burdlck,
F. I". .Chambers,
W. H. Mick.
K. G, Urover,
F. I. Jeter.
C. 13. Walsh,
Watsori U. Smith,
C. J. Roberts,
F, D. Wead,
W. A. Challls,
H. N. Craig,
P. L. Kdllng.
J. A. Daltell,
H. H. Westerfleld.
John A, Dempster,
j. H. Gants, jr.;
J. G. Hart.
Dr. Sara Mtllen,
K. R, Mohler,
J. M. Taliaferro,
C D. Scott,
A. II. Rathbun,
G, 8. Tlcknor,
J. W. Marshall,
II.. J. Grove.
W. O. Whltmore
The Bee classified pages
carry advertisements of
the beet rooms and apart
ments for rcat in the city.
Phone your ad to
M, M, Claflln,
a. W. Covell.
M. A. Wilson,
H. It. Hume,
II. II. G. Claggett,
N. J. MoKltrlcir.
J, A. Taggart,
T. R. Ward.
O. W. Hayes.
M, S. Latta.
A. N, Eaton,
J. II. Craddock.
A. C. Anderson,
W. T. Graham,
K. I. Gordon,
I II. F. Shearer,
I B. E. Dlffenbacher,
I. A. Medlar,
F. & Martin,
W. T, Gsgnebln.
15. P. Sweeley,
C. N. Wlthnell,
J. II. Gants,
W. R. Butts,
W. H. Underwood,
Denver Quest Entertained.
Mrs. Bamuel Burns was hostess at the
meeting of the Monday Bridge club to
day when Mrs. Lester Brldaham or Den
ver guesl of Mrs. E. T. Bwone, was tne
guest of the club. Those present were:
Lester Brldaham. Louis C. Nash.
Jerome Magee. W. 1). Hostord.
lien Cotton. T. U Davis.
11 T. Swobe. Bamuel Burns.
This evening Mr. and Mrs. E, S. West
brook will entertain at dinner for Mrs.
Brldaham. Those present will be!
Mr. Lester Brldaham.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. T. Swobe.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Westbrouk.
Mr J. E. 'George,
. Covers were placed
V. Gansell, Chicago.
Buys Single Lot
at Forest Lawn
A new clue in the search for Mrs.
Jennie E. Frey, whose disappearance
November 18 from her home at 3423
Spencer street, ' remains unexplained, is
being followed by relatives, who havo
learned that a wrfman giving the namo
of the-missing woman bought property
for a gravn at Forest Lawn cemetery a
few days prior to the time that Mrs.
Frey left her home.
The purchase was made at the associa
tion's office In the cemetery from Charles
Craig, and It was not for a family lot,
but for one grave. Twenty dollars wnn
paid for the property. Such a transaction
Is said to be rare.
"It la not Infrequent that we have
someone como at any time to buy a,
family lot," said H, S. Mann, secretary
of the Forest Lawn Cemetery associa
tion, "or Just prior to a funeral, to buy a
single grave, but It Is very unusual fur
anyone to deal as did the woman buying
the Grave In tho nam of Mrs. Jennie E.
Frey. There' has been no funeral and
we have heard nothing from the pur
chaser." The missing woman Is the wife of R. E.
Frey, a binder employed by the Roes
Printing company. She was at home
when her husband left for work on the
morning of her disappearance, but had
left before he returned.
Two Weeks Old Baby
. is Toasted at Equal
A toast to a baby girt, Just t weeks of
age, was proposed at the meeting of a
hundred women, members of the Equal
Suffrage society, at the Commercial club
yesterday. Mrs, H. C. Bumnoy proposed
the toast. The baby thus honored Is tho
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Doorly. and a granddaughter of Senator
Q. M. Hitchcock. The club will send a
silver cup to the child, which Is known
as the first suffrage baby. Resolutions
of sympathy to Mr. W, C. Sunderland
over the death of her husband were also
Yt will be invited
Mrs. Hugo Wandel entertained at
luncheon- Monday for Mrs. V. Gansell of
Chicago, the guest of Mrs. Relnwoldt
G re wart i. Mrs. Wandel was assisted by
ADRIAN BLANCHARD, ARMY
MAN. DIES AT HIS HOME
Adrian Blanchard, aged 66 years, retired
commissary sergeant of the United States
army, died early yesterday morning at his
home, 4S1J North Twenty-eighth avenue.
Mr. Blanchard lived in Omaha for the
last twenty-eleht years and, until a few
years ago, was active at the local gov
Surviving him besides his wife. Is one
son, Allen, who resides at home.
Funeral services will be held from Holy
Angel's Cathollo church Thursday morn
ing at 9 o'clock and Interment will be In
Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
taken nt tho Station
ery Section for any
magazine published. Get
our Subscription Catalog
with best club rates.
wants to meet all Hie
littlo boys and girls Mere
In Toyland. Bring thorn
down, you'll enjoy it too.
CHRISTMAS IS FAST APPROACHING
Do Your Gift Buying NOW and Save Worry
UIl store is in readiness for leisurely choosing. Our stocks are replete with useful and practical gifts, which
will he appreciated to the fullest extent by the recipient.
DO YOUR SHOPPING ON A TRANSFER
No need to wait for each purchase to be wrapped separately and carry parcels with you while shopping. Just
ask any clerk for a Transfer Card. Use it and your goods will be all assembled, wrapped and made ready for de
livery at one time. It's the most convenient way to shop.
SUIT PRICES DROP ANOTHER NOTCH
and they will continue to be reduced
$1,00 each day till the stock is sold,
Wednesday, Choice of the House
Whether the orig
inal price was $25,
i $30, $35. $40, $45
and even up to $65, Wednes
day, at, choice . $17.50
BUT in all fairness to yourself don't forgot that tho selec
tion will be better Wednesday than- later. "Every suit in
our entiro high-clas stock is included, not a single garment
Scores of the Season's Best
Styles from Which to Select
In fact, tho greatest buying opportunity offered by any
store in tho city. All tho newest materials, most desirable pat
terns and colorings. Como Wednesday and take your choice
from tho entire stock at $17.50.
JUST n suggestion Why not
glvo Hosiery for Xmas?
Women's 50c Hose, 25o
Women's regular or outHlzo
hose, black cotton
or Halo thread, full
regular made, 50c
quality , . . . .
Women's 35c Hose, 17c
Wool or fleeced lined, fast
black, 35c quality i w
pair X C
Women's 50c Hose, 3 for $1
Imported black gauzo lisle,
plain black and hand embroid
ered, 50c values, o s -i
tn neat Xmas box O for p X
Women's Silk Hose, $1.00
"Phoenix" brand silk hose
black, In neat "ye
Xmas box, pr. I OC)
The New Auto Hat
The Cheltenham" as ilhistraied
CM ART, graceful
-J and most useful.
An English hat, made to
withstand any kind of
weather. The rain or fog
xoill not muss or penetrate
the velvet or silk. Made in
black, brown or navy only.
Very desirable for general
knockabout wear and an
p exceptional d
Rvalue, Wednes- $
For Xmas Gifts
ALWAYS acceptable, our
display Is tho largest and
beet selected In tho city. Our
prices tho lowest.
Women's Autograph handker
chiefs, about 100 namos to se
lect from, cmbrold- t
ercd on good I 9JL
quaUty lawn, at, LO .
25c Handkerchiefs, 17c
Men's handkerchiefs, linen fin
ish, three in bundle, -fl rj
26c value, at JL C
Handkerchiefs, 3 for 25c
Women's Swiss Embroidered
one corner, In o
box rO for 6uC
Handkerchiefs, 6 for 59c
Women's initial, good quality,
box 6 for 59c
iOrkin Bros.--16th and Harney.-
jOrkin Bros.-.-16th and Harney.i
HARRIMAN IS DEMOCRATIC
Young Railroader is Good Tellow
Among U. P. Workers.
TRAVELS AS ORDINARY PERSON
Hrrn TIiookIi Private Cri nnil Spe
cial Kqnliiuirnt .ire at Ilia
Service Ho Unen Street
Cara to Hluffa.
Ba Want Ada Troduce lUiulta.
End Stomach Misery-Indigestion, Gas,
Heartburn, Sourness-Pape's Diapepsin
Time it! In five minutes your i
sick, nauseated stomach feels
fine Ends Dyspepsia. i
our, alck, upatt atomach, IndJseitlon,
heartburn, dyapepala; when th food you
cat fermenta Into gases and atubborn
lumpa; your head achea and you feel
sick and miserable, that' when you re
alise the magic In I'ape's Diapepsin. It
tnakea stomach dlatreaa so In five mln
litea. If your ilomach la In a revolt
If you can't get It regulated. rlease, for
your take, try I'apc'a Dlupepsln. It's co
needles to have a bad stomach make
your next meal a favorite food meal,
then take a little Diapepsin. There will
not be any distress eat Arithout fear.
It's because rape's Diapepsin "really
does" regulate weak, out-of-order stom
achs that gives It Its millions of sales
Oet a targe fifty-cent case of Pane's
Diapepsin from any drug store. It Is the
quickest, surest stomach relief and cure
known. It acts ulmost like magic It Is
h scientific, harmless stomach prepara
tion which truty belongs In eery home.
river bridge and the nearby roadbed,
yards and trackage facilities of the road.
Shaking hands wltti underlings and
talking llko a chum Instead of a million
aire employer, W. Averell ltarrtman.
young director of the Union Pacific and
heir to the late K. H. Ilarrlman'a im
mense railroad Interests, visited the
Union station and Council Bluffs ter
mlnala Monday and mixed Intimately
with under-cmployra In his efforts to
Inspect and leurn about the transporta
tion nd of the road's business.
"How are you, and how do you like
your job and the Union PacKlcT'' young
Harrlman Is said to have asked olerks
and assistants at tho depot, as he was
shown about by Vice President Ware
and station Master Hlmpson.
"Nothing escaped his attention, whis
pered the clerks In discussing the "big
chief's" Visit, after he had left with
other officers of the road to go to Coun
"And say, ain't he some democratic?"
they, continued. "Who'd a'thought he'd
shake hands with us guys or even stop
to ask us questions?"
Hut the young railroader did those
things, in spite of his wealth and future
promlnenoo In railroad circles, according
tol witnesses. He also rode on a plebian
street car when returning from his In
spection of the IJluffs terminals although
halt a dozen private cars and special
locomotive were at his service.
Many quektlons were asked by him as
he peered Into all the rooma and depart
ments of the local transportation depart
ment of the Union PacUlc. Besides the
Omaha depot and the Bluffs terminal
facilities, he Inspected tho commissary
tind cngtnMrtng building, the Missouri
Eev, Hicks' Almanac
Misses Forecast for
Last Part November
For tho latter part of November Hew
Mr. Hicks' almanac wan strictly In disa
greement with tho weuthcr an It actu
ally occurred. An earthquake. period was
predicted for 27th of the month and heavy
Bnow falls were to follow the next two
days. Then right at the heels of the
precipitation n cold wave was to have
come with reactionary storms for the
first week In December.
Ill view of the fact that other fore
casters are- considerably antagonized by
Hicks' almanac, and that whenever
Hicks does "hit" a forecast the almanac
publishers aro ever ready to horald their
success to the world. It seems also In
order to announce tho failures, not so
much from pessimistic Inspirations, but
In order to put a point to the satisfaction
of those who take their achievements
fcOTHOLZ IS FINED FOR
Cleorge Rotholz, 3201 liarcy street, was
arrested Monday night by Officer Ilobey
for obstructing the sidewalk and refus
ing to move. Rotholz was standing in
front of a pool hall at Twenty-eighth and
Leavenworth streets when the officer
approached, and failed to follow a crowd
of his companions who took to their
heels. He refused to move on at the of
ficer's request and was sent to the sta
tion. He was fined JI.60 and costs.
All pool halls about the city will be
visited by plain clothes men within the
next fow days and any loiterers making
a practice of loafing In front will be ar
rested. Complaints by married women
and young girls to the effect that pass
ing these places without being Insulted
is an utter Impossibility, had led to this
Dahlman Leads inv
the Race for Job as
Local U. S. Marshal
Mayor Dahlman Is leading the field In
his race for United States marshal for
Nebraska," declared Colonel Cary
Applcgate of Halt take City at the Union
depot, enroute from Washington to his
Colonel Applegato and Mayor Dahlman
are not only brother Elks and brother
democrats, but were also brother office
seekers in Washington last week, bnth
reeking presidential appointment as
United States marshal for their rcspc-
tlvc districts. They havo been friends for
many years, and the Utah man admits I
that they helped each other in their
ambitions at Washington, and that both
are feeling confident of success.
A delegation of prominent local Elks
met Colonel Applegato at the depot anil
entertained him for tho short time ho
was In tho city. Ho is a member of Ui
board of grand trustees of the lodgo
and visited tho Elks' national homo ot
Bedford, Va., where a new set of build-1
Ings. costing J2C0.00O Is to bo erected soon. !
A Shoottnjr Scrape
with both parties wounded, demands
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Heals wound",
sores, burns, bolls, cuts or plies. Only
!5c. For sale by your druggist. Advertisement.
Eating Meat Regular Clogs the ... . 1
i Kidneys, Then Your Back Hurts
Flush your Kidneys occasion
ally with a tahlespoonful of
Salts to avoid danger.
Most folks forget that the kidneys, like
tho bowels, get sluggish and clogged and
need a flushing occasionally, else we have
backache and dull misery In the kidney
region, severe headaches, rheumatlo
twinges, torpid liver, acid stomach, sleep
lessness and all sorts of bladder dis
orders. You simply must keep your kidneys
active and clean, and the moment you
feel an ache or pain In the kidney
region, get about four ounces of Jad
Salts from any good drug store here.
take a tablespoonful In a gyiss of water
before breakfast for a few days and,
your kidneys will then act fine. This
famous salts is made from the add of
grapes and lemon Juice, combined with.
Uthla, and is harmless to flush clogged
kidneys and stimulate them to normal
activity. It also neutralizes the acids
In the urine so it no longer irritates,
thus ending bladder disorders,
Jad Salts Is harmless. Inexpensive;
makes a delightful effervescent Uthla
water drink which everybody should take
now and then to keep their kidneys clean,
thus avoiding serious complications.
A well-known local druggttt says ha
sells lots of Jad Salts to folks who be
lleve In overcoming kidney trouble whits.
It la only trouble. Advertisement.
Rectal Diseases Cured
A mild treatment, that cures Piles, Fistula and other Rectal disease in a short
. mc, without a surgical operation. No Chloroform, Ether or other general anast
1 stic used. A cure guaranteed in every case accepted for treatment, and no money
( b paid until cured. Write for book on Rectal Diseases, with testimonials.
DR. TARRY ! BulMlng-Omaha,
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