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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1913)
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BRIEF CITY NEWS
Copley, Jswslsr, IIS S. lth. 3Sth year,
ridsllty Btorng-s Van Oo, Dour.lSl.
Hare Root "Flint Xt TN'ow Beacon Press.
Jilfs IniT Tt, Tnn Mutual aouM.
"tlffhtlns; fixtures. Burrsss-Orandsn Oo.
Chicken Dinner The women of Trinity
Methodist Episcopal church, Twenty
first and Blnnejr, wilt give a chicken pie
dinner Friday evening. December S. Price
33 cents a plate.
Collins Back to Work Dan Collins.
In charge of the municipal store room
for the department of public works, was
able to be at work yesterday after belnsi
confined to his room for nearly three
Ptntd for &ld Lifting Charles Sin,
proprietor of a restaurant at 1306 Douglas
street, was fined (25 and costs In police
court for violating the S o'clock closing
law. Blng was arrested Saturday night
by Sergeant Madson.
Two ICUk Complaints Tiled Com
plaints have been filed by Milk Inspector
Bossle against C..H. Bowley of the High
land dairy, and 8. Sorenson of the Keystone-
dairy for selling milk below stan
dard. Both offenders will be heard In
police court Wednesday morning.
Implement Sealer Bankrupt Robert
C Caulk, an Implement merchant at
Allen. Neb., has filed with the clerk of
the United States district court a petition
in bankruptcy. Liabilities are placed at
JJ6.IiOS.70, wlh assets amotuntlng to $22,
9.33. An exemption of 13.000 Is claimed.
The Young Sadies of St. Patrick's
Church will hold a baxaar at the parish
hall. Fourteenth and Castetlar streets,
on the evenings of December 4, 5 and 6.
They are said to have a very superior
brand of baraar delicacies and articles
suitable for Christmas gifts. Advertise
ment. Church Women to Kola Tair The
ladles' Aid society of Farkvale Presby
terian church will hold a Christmas
sale of all kinds of fancy articles, aprons,
fancy bags, bakery goods and fancy can
dles the latter part of next week In tha
lobby of the Beo building.' Mrs. Emery Is
C 2. Xelley is Wanted Mr. Anna D.
Casey of St Louis has written Police
Commissioner J. J. Ryder for information
relative- to her grandson's whereabouts.
The grandson, Charles E. Keltey, a chef,
has been away from home three years,
according to the grandmother, and his
mother is now' seriously In need of his
Climbs Porch to Bob A burglar
limbing the front porch and opening o
second story window of Matthew Castle's
home, 3921 Burt street, succeeded In se
curing1 a haul of jewelry valued at $90
Monday night. Tha theft was not dis
covered until several hours after It oc
curred, although the house was occupied
at tha time.
JTlcholat Tladnot Ordtrtd The ordi
nance ordering the completion of the
Nicholas street Viaduct was passed in
amended form by the city commlsslon.J
Amendments specified the amounts each
of the railroads Involved should bay to
ward the construction cost. This was
done at the request of the railroads, .over
which the viaduct passes.
Tlned for Using Bad language
Ralph Howard, 1911 Douglas street, was
arrested Monday evening at Sixteenth
and Jackson streets after parading past
the Her Grand and Rome hotels using
obscene and profane language. In police
court Judge Foster briefly dismissed the
case, upon hearing the evidence, by tax
ing Howard with a fine of $C0 and costs' '
Harmon Brothers Held Appearing 'for
a preliminary hearing before United
States Commissioner' Herbert Daniel,
'William O, Hajmdn and John, TS. Harmon,
brothersj charged with hiving broken the
seal of a Union Pacific Hallway company
freight arj"v were bound over to the
grand JuryvThe. defendants are, .alleged
1o have broken Into the car, which was
loaded with steel, November 17. Nothing
Compromise With SCrs. Cookrell City
attorneys have compromised the suit
brought by Mrs. Cornelia Cockrell against
the city of Omaha for $20,000 damages for
Injuries sustained dun to a defective
sidewalk at Blxteenth and Farnam
strrets. Under the compromise, approved
by the city commission, .the plaintiff Is
awarded $500. City Attorney John A.
Rlne said In his opinion the city was not
liable, but there was the probability of
the woman s recovering damages, in
which case he recommended the adop
tion of the compromise.
' Hew Plaat for Xpsneter Work wilt
be begun at once on the new O. F,
Epeneter cornice work factory at 1700
Cuming street. The contract for the
construction of the plant was let to
Alex Beck for $2,905. The structure is to
be of brick and steel, one story. It Is
to be a building 6Sx8S feet in dimensions.
Mr. Epeneter recently sold his old plant
to another concern In the city to be used
for another purpose. The new factory Is
, to be completed by February 1, UK, when
ino laciurjr wjh do sianea wun some
MAINTAIN ITJS PERPETUAL
Electrio Light Co. Seeks to Finally
Establish Its Franchise.
CITY ATTORNEYS ABE AROUSED
Bar that the Company la Trrtnat to
Weld l.lnka Together Which
Will FortTer Kstnbllsh
It Rights Here.
In tlio West
Get Our Outfit Proposition on a Victrola
An effort will be made by the Omaha
Electric Light and Power company to
concluflvely establish the fact that It
has perpetual franchise rights In this
Under a decree of the United States
circuit court of appeals tha company's
franchise was held to extend over a pe
riod of twenty years.
In an opinion In the Old Colony case
Judge Van De Vanter of the United
States supreme court held that the rights
of tha bondholders of the. electric light
company were perpetual.
Construing this to mean that the elec
trio light company has a perpetual fran
chise the company comes forth now with
a bill of a review which Its attorneys
will ask permission to file In the circuit
court of appeals In St. Louis Monday
praying for a reversal of the decree
which limits the duration of the fran
chise to twenty years.
This decree was entered In 1910 before
the Old Colony case was taken to the
supreme court of the United States.
City attorneys are aroused over the
action of the light company's attorneys.
Assistant City Attorney Labert said.
'The company Is seeking to weld the
links in the chain which will establish
Its perpetual franchise rights."
Mr. Lambert and the other city attor
neys are preparing to take up the tight
kgaJn, believing it is possible that tho
case of the light company, like the Old
Colony case, will go to the United State
twenty-five men employed.
COLD WEATHER NEEDED
TO DRIVE AWAY THE FOG
Only ,a pronounced drop In tempera
ture, approaching the proportions of a
"cold wave," will afford a break In the
sluggish 'weather conditions that have
prevailed here for the last few weeks,
according to Weather Forecaster I. A.
Welsh. There is no Indication of such
a chango at present. Unsettled and
cooler weather Is predicted for today
and probably fair this afternoon.
Now stylo Victrola IV,
with choico of fivo double
fnce Victor 10 inch rec
ords, 10 selections.
Now style Victrola VI,
with choice of fivo double
face Victor 10-inch rec
ords, 10 selections.
When In healthy condition Is
composed of those elements that
HOOD'S 8AR8APARILLA la as
pecially adapted to preserve, rs
tors and supply.
It Is made up largely of red and
white corpuscles red to nourish and
sustain the body white to protect
the body against disease.
In weak, worn-out, pale-faced
people, the blood la "watery" because
the red corpuscles are deficient and
the white corpuscles delinquent
Hood's SarsaparllU gradually buf
certainly floods the body with jew,
rich, red blood that Invigorates the
entire system, gives sparkle to the
eyes und restores color to the cheeks.
Tt has done this for thousand!. It
will do tha same for you.
F. C. Sudds, for thirteen years an em
ploye of tho park department of the city,
has ben discharged by PaPrk Commis
sioner J. D. Hummel, who asked the city
commission to approve his action.
Sudds, In a communication to the city
council, aaked for a hearing, saying he
had been discharged without cause, fla
was a boulevard polloeman.
A question Is Involved in the discharge
of the policeman. Police Commissioner
J, J. Ryder and Commissioner Hummel
were both supposed to have authority
over Sudds, but they said he reported to
neither of them, although he continued
to draw his salary.
Hummel would not discuss the case,
saying he would make any statement he
ea.w fit at the hearing If the council
grants Sudds' request. The legal depart
ment Is now Investigating tho status of
the discharged employe,
SOCIALISTS WILL GIVE A
' BANQUET THIS EVENING
m.. tti.iiat Mrty of Omaha wilt hold
Its annual banquet on the third floor
of the Labor Temple, Nineteenth and
Farnam streets, at 7 o'clock Wednesday
evening. After tha mew were win on
..it,. niimnt tcnlcs by well-known
speakers, among them are Mrs. Craig
head Who Will apeon on univtnw
frage; Harry B. Zlmman, on publlo
corporations; Mr. U J. Qulnby, on single
tax; Mr. Flood, on labor unionism; Mr.
Warren, on capitalism. Jonn u. inose.
..... .rtarr of the Socialist party, will
act as too tm aster.
C.H.VENNER&C0. OFFER TO
TAKE FIVE THOUSAND
i ...t.mTt from J. H. DumonL repre
sentative otdL Venner & Co., of New
York, that wouia do accepicu u n
nf the claim of JH.000 the
company holds against the city, was read
before the city commission ana reierrco
...inBr nf the committee of the
IU IIIV .J.w... -
whole Monday for discussion. Venner &
Co.. bond buyers, refused to take oonos
.u'l.t. th.v had ftntered low bid and
on wiiiuii -w ,
the dty forfeited W.000 check put up
by them as evidence of gooa ian.
n.rn of a. Cold,
ti know that of all the minor
ailments colds are by far. the. moBt dan-
gerous. It is not tne coiaa inemsoivc.
...11 tlA1 to fear, but the serious di
seases that they so often lead to; For
that reason every cold should be gotten
rid of with the least possible delay. To
..mnii.ii tht. vou will find Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy of great help to
you. It loosens a cold, relieves me lungs.
.14. .rn.tnration and enables the
system to throw off the cold. For sale
bp all dealers. Advertisement
Gulls from tlie Wire
Unless congress takes a recess during
iv,. rn,ritmK holidays President Wilson
will forego his plenped ten-day vaca
Pr,,Mnl Wilson will renominate Henry
M. Plndell. the Peoria publisher, for am
bassador to missis. Mr. Plndell failed
of confirmation in the extra session of
C, J. McIIugh. defaulting cashier of the
Stat hank at Cadillac Mich., was sen
tenced to serve from seven to twenty
years In prison. Ills shortage was esti
mated at M5.000.
, Senor Don Juan Rlano y Oayangos was
received by .President Wilson in nis new
capacity of first ambassador from Spain.
His wife, who was Miss Alice Ward, Is
sn American woman-
With the thermometer registering at W
degrees above zero, the first December
rain recorded In more than thirty years
fell over the entire northern part of
South Dakota yesterday.
The Lackawanna railroad must Pay a
12.000 fine for transporting its own hay
to feed mules in Its mines. That, In the
oDlnlon of the suDreme court. wa a
violation of the commodities clause of the
At Richmond. Vs.. J0O members of the
American Automobile association were
present at the opening of the national
convention. Governor Mann and Mayor
Alnslee bade them welcome. Lawrence
Enos of Buffalo, president, responded.
A. L. Richmond, jr., former director
of the closed Cosmopolitan National bank
of Pittsburgh, Pa., was In the United
States district court found guilty of hav
ing assisted the cashier of the bank In
making false entries In the Institution's
The Illinois child labor law was sus
tained as constitutional by the supreme
court In the case of Arthur Beauehamp,
IS years old, who recovered a verdict of
H&00 from the Sturges and Burn Manu
facturing company for having suffered
an injury of tne hand in a press.
An attempt to learn the fate of Ernest
Dekoven Leffingwell, geologist and Arc
tip explorer, who went into northern
Alaska August 2S, Is being mode by the
faculty of the. University of Chicago.
Leffingwell started north with the Stef.
ansson expedition. He was to have re
turned to Point Barrow by November 1
but nothing has been heard from him.
New style Victrola X,
with choice of ten double
face Victor 10-inch rec
ords, 20 selections.
New stylo Victrola XT,
with choice of ten doublo
face Victor 10-inch rec
ords, 20 selections.
Now stylo Victrola IX,
with choice of fivo doublo
face Victor J 0-inch rec
ords, 10 selections.
Now stylo Victrola XVI,
with choico of ton doublo
face Victor 10-inch rec
ords, 20 selections.
We will tend you a fall quart of this fine old
HAYNER wiumh- WHISKEY
For Only 80 Cents Express Charges Paid By Us.
Thia fa n snprial inrrorluctorv offer we are makiniz to NEW customers only
and if YOU have never tried Hayner Whiskey we want you to. try it NOW.'
Wo Want Te Show You
We want to place some of our fine old whiskey
before you so you may know how rich, pure
and delicious it really is and here's the great
est offer you ever heard of
Send Us 80 Cents That's All
And we will send you a full quart bottle of
our fine old HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK
BOTTLED-IN-BOND WHISKEY In a strong,
scaled case and we will pay express charges.
Remember It's Bottled-iii-Doari
And every bottle sealed with the Govern
ment's official Green Stamp over the cork
your assurance that it is fully aged, full
firoof and full measure as good and pure as
t is possible to produce,
A Wonderful Offer
No one else offers a BOTTLED-IN-BOND
whiskey at our price of 80 cents a quart
no one else would pay the express charges
on a one quart shipment as we are doing.
We Stand Tho Loss
Shipping one quart, express paid, means a loss
to us but we want your tradeand we know
when you have tried this whiskey, you will be
so pleased with it, that you will send us your
tuture orders for four quarts or more.
Take Us Up
On this offer order this whiskey try it use
all you want and if' you don't find it all we
claim the finest you ever tasted and the
greatest value you ever saw we will return
your money without a word.
You Take No Chances
Our guarantee is fair and square It means
what Tt says we must send you a quality that
will please you in every way and we will do it.
Now. Rush Your Order
Cut out this coupon fill it in and mail it to us
with 80 cents in stamps, coin or money order
and the full quart of fine old BOTTLED-IN-BOND
whiskey will go forward by first express.
I Will Stake This Medicine
Against Your Time
A Few Days Will Bo Sufficient to Prove Its
Value in Your Disease
A fen- minutes of jour time for a fov
d.B nnl 1 will demonstrate to you. with
out expense to yourself, that 1 have a
mctllcne ttint drives Trie Add hioii
fiwm Hi avutftm unit hv ail dotnff COn-
iuers kidney troulilo, bladder trouble ami
rheumatism. I don t osk you xo inur rav
word for It, hut simply want you to let
mo send you some of this mwllclno so
that you enn use It personally.
I nm trylnr to convince sufli-rers from
tlieso d senses that 1 tvtve somcth'nR far
better than the usunl run of remedies,
treatments and such things, and the only
vn I can demonstrate! thHt fact Is t6 ftn
to the expense of comiounfllnK the medl
clno and sending It out tree of char.
This 1 nm Kind to do for any sufferer
who will take the time to write me.
Understand, 1 will not send you a value
les "wimple, proof or test treatment?"
nor will 1 send you a pnckana of medl
c no nnd sny thnt you ctin uso somo of It
nnd juy for the rest, hut 1 will send yon
a u.piv free of charge and you will not
bo asked to pay for thin gift nor will you
bo under any obligations.
All 1 want to know Is thnt you have a
dlseust) for which my mcdtcllio Is In
tended, as It Is not a 'cure-all, and I
k'.vo herewith wroo of tho leading symp
toms of kidney, bladder and ihcumaUe
troubles. If you notice one or more of
these symptoms Vou need this medicine.
I and I will be glad to send you some or
, It If you will write mo tho numbers of
the symptoms you have, Rlvo your nge,
i nnd jour name and address. My address
1 .b Dr. T. Frank I,vnott, SIS) ncagan
, Hulldlng. Chicago, 111. You promise mo
1 1 nsk, so there shall be no mistake. Is
that you inmd me tho numbers of your
symptoms or a description in your own
words and that you take the medlclnu
according- to tho directions 1 send you.
It Is my way of getting publicity for my
medlclno so thnt It will beoome widely
You "will agree whon you have Used It
that It dluiolVM nnd drives out Urto acid
poison. It tones tho kidneys so that they
work In harmony with tho bladder. It
strengthens tho bladder so mat rrouueni
desiro to urinate and other urinary dis
orders are banished. It stops rheumatic
nohoa and pains Immediately. It dissolves
urlo acid crystals so that tho back and
muscles no longer niche nnd crooked
joints quickly straighten out- It recon
structs tne biooa and nerves so that you
soon feel healthier and stronger, sleep
hotter and eat better nnd have energy
throughout tho day. It does all this nnd
yet contains nothing Injurious and In
absolutely vouched for according to law
Kufferera from these dreadful and dan
gerous diseases can niwely afford to
spend a few minutes each day for a few
days to demonstrate to their own satis
faction If Uioy aro curable, especially
when j'ou consider no expense Is Involv
ed, and I willingly glvb you my tlmo and
my meaicino. ah any rair-mindeu nr-
1)K. T. FRANK LYNOTT
who will send medicine free of chars;
to those who see A It,
fllctcd person wants to know is If a cer
tain thing will relieve HIM or HEH, and
hero Is an opportunity to find out without
cost, obligation Mr Important loss of time.
TIU2SB l'W DAYS may bo the turnlnn
point Iri jour life.
All who are Interested enough to write
me for the free medicine will also receive
a copy of my larso Illustrated medical
book which describes these diseases thor
oughly. It Is the largest book of the kind
ever written for free distribution, nnd a
new edition Is Just being printed. I will
also wrlln von a letter of Instructions
and medical ndvtco that should be of
Kreat help to you; but In order to do this
1 must know thnt you need my medicine,
Wrlto mo the numbers of the symptom
that trouble you. nnd your ago, and I
will promptly carry out my promises.
Rhow an Inclination to get well and wrtta
me, and I will gladly send you a supply
These are the Symptoms:
1 Fain in the back.
a Too frtqusnt dsslrk to nrlaat.
3 nervousness, loss of flesn.
4 Pain or soreness in the bladder,
ft Wsak, watsrjr blood.
0 Qas or pala in the stomas.
7 Osneral dsblUty, weakness, diss!
nsss. 8 Fain or soreness under rifBt rib.
0 Solatia rheumatism.
10 Constipation or llrer tronble.
11 Palpitation or pain sader tn
la rain in the nip Joint.
13 Fain in the neok or head.
14 Fain or soreness In ths kidneys,
18 Fain or swelllnr of tlis joints.
10 Fain or swelling; of the mosolM.
17 Fain and soreness In nxTe,
IB Aouts xhsnmatlssu
THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY
TCncloMd find M mnti tor which Mntl tn OXC rail quart
bottl ot lUjner rrlraM stock Dottlc-lB-Uonil WaUker
exprrM pfctd pr yftar offtr. It li understood that If tbli
wnliktr l not found. raprewstod aad plaMlng to ma In
ararr war bit M oaota la to baprompUj rafusdod. Till
la mr Ural ordar. IM03
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w is va isww.iw.nai,
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IHERE are a number of advan
tages in favor of early Christ
mas shopping. Aside from complete stocks
of merchandise to choose from, and willing
salespeople to wait on you, you will find
travel on the street cars more comfortable
now than later when the Christmas shop
ping rush is on.
Omaha & Council Bluffs
Street Railway Company
Set in Solid Steel
THE newest In railroad trarel a magnificent sun-parlor
observation car attached to the all-steel train to Florida
tho Seminole Limited. Planned for utter luxury t for comfort
and. safety unequaled, making the Seminole Limited the trahx
that cultured people choose to take them South.
Picture the joy of traveling through age-old forests and past
quaint plantationsall tho while seeming to lit under an open sky I
The Mitlionalra'i Way to Florida -provides
arerr luiury to t found In tha moat etcluilto clubs or beet botala.
Whether you linger oyer a fragrant cigar, or gossip orer a cup
of tea whether resting in your great, comfortable berth, or enjoy
ing a well-cooked, well-scrred dinner you will agree that cer
tainly one southbound train gives you a trip of luxury that well
bears comparison with the surperlatlre good times awaiting you at
your journey s end. And It costs no more than on ordinary train.
Douhle track". Electric Block Signals and super-heater
Pacific typo locomotives Insurs roar arrival on time.
Speed, service and every convenience are assured.
Laie$ CUcaQt S.ISv.m., SULtutt it.tO p, wu
Arriut JackiontUU TJ0a.ru nconi morning tto
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407 South 16th St., Omaha. Ssb.
Tel, Souflaa DM.
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34&ST. EAST at BRKiWE..NEW TORK.
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Excellent cuisine and an exceptional orchestra- A large addition Just com.
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Handsomely Furnished Rooms, Private Bath, o
$1.50 PER DAY UPWARD.
From Grand Central Station, cars marked "Broadway without transfer;
Pennsylvania Station. 7th Avs. cars without transfer.
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