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THE BRK: OMAIIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1913.
WEDDINGS AND DIYOROESi Woman's Relief of
Blair Will Enter
Court Untie Little Better Than One
of Six Marriages.
VITAL STATISTICS GIVEN OUT
Twenty-Six Thoniwnrt One Hundred
nnd Flfer-Thi-m Horn In Ne
braakn In Yrnr 11,254
(Prom a SUXf Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Deo. . (Spcalal.)-Accord-
In to vital statistics prepared by Dr. ww, deciding; to use their bulldlnK for
The Bee's Contest
ALAIN, Xeb., Dec. .-Bpeclat.)-At a
rebular meeting of tho Woman's Itellcf
Corps of tho O rand Army ot the re
public, last evening, It was voted
unanmounly to enter the lice's votlnc
contest, for several years the Woman's
publlccmfw.nawaudeadccmfw t fw fww
Corps and tho Grand Army post have
rented and occupied tho Masonic hall
for their meclnjrs, but owlnff to tho Ma-
MOYER IS SLEEPING EASILY
Inquisitors' Meeting Tuesday Will
Inquire Into Mobbing.
'HAND PICKED,' HINT UNION MEN
Prrpnrntlnn Announced Complete
for Fnnernla AV. V. M. Will Con
duct Over Victims of Christ
inas Ktc I'nnle.
(Continued from rago One.')
complaints wero made by Sheriff Cruse
I and wcro a- sequel to an extra publUhod
"W, H. Wilson of tho Stato Hoard of their order only, the Grand Army orBanl-O'cterday In irhlch charges of grave tnls
llcalth, of the 16,153 births In the stato rations will bo obllbed soon to secure conduct were mado against some deputy
during 1912. li,31 wero males and 1J.W0 0tncr quarters. ' sheriffs and others who tried to assist
were females. Of these tnero wcro 2S3 Tho Wnmim'a rtellef Corns Is tlie lars i victims of the Christmas eve disosttr.
sets of twins, of which 286 were boys and ct woman's society In Dlalr, numbering
IT9 Ktrls. There were threi sets ot trip-lie niih - .nmt.r.viin r
lets, seven of these being boys and but thirty-three- mombora of tho veterans In Packed" against their cause wore denied
two of them girls. tne Grand Xrray of ,ho Republlo post. j n official circles. A survey of th per-
Uouglas county led In tho number of j jn connection with tho county fund, onncl of tho body showed A. P. Hold
Ulruis, tucrn being i.siz maics ana j,m whlch , avjlablo for tho use of veterans
females. Of these 3,771 wero whlto nnd ftl)d tncp fftmnieii whcn )n nced( lno
Intimations from union sources that
tho grand Jury was "hand picked1 nnd
forty-flvo colored; 2,511 wero American,
21S German, 231 Scandinavian, eighty
British, 223 Bohemian nnd 618 "miscellaneous."
Banner county reported but two births,
Woman's Belief corps has been prompt
In relief for Its members. If lucky In
this contest It Is hoped to add enough to
tho funds already on hand to sccuro
them a permnant homo. Tho Grand
lioth of which wero girls, ono American Armv ttir. n. fMinw-.
and the other German. Kimball county Commftnaer, Stephen Ward; senior vice
reported but ono birth, a boy of American
Doiiclnn Connly Lends.
Douglas county reported the most
deaths, hAvIng tho greatest population of
nny county In tho state. Tho number
Is given as . 2,370. Ijineaster county
stands second with 1.0S1, Adams, SOS;
Gage, 293; Hall, 200; Madison, 222; Buf
falo, 212. All other counties nre below
209. Sioux county reports but two deaths,
Loup, three; Kcya Paha and Thomas
four each. Tho total for the state Is
given at 11,254.
Organic diseases of tho heart wcro re
sponsible for 007 deaths, pneumonia, 8H;
cerebral hemorrhage, apoplexy, 672; tuber
culosis of the luns, 310; Blight's disease,
fc56; senility, M. Different kinds of cancer
caused tho death of 612 persons. Alcohol
Ism carried off fifty-six, smallpox, elghti
whooping eough, thirty-four; nppendlcltls
and typhllltls, 141; typhoid fover, 107. Sui
cide by poisoning seemed to bo tho most
popular method of leaving this earth by
tho suicide route, fifty p.eoplo selecting
that way of doing It. Other methods
wero hanging, thirty-four; shooting,
thtriy-scven. while twenty-eight used dif
ferent means than nny of tho abovo. Ac
cidental poisoning took away twonty-flvo
nnd accidental drowning forty-one.
Deaths resulting from automobile acci
dents are given ns twenty-eight, by fire
arms, fifty-five, nnd by railway trains,
vohlrlcs, etc., sixty-six. Twenty-six died
,from exc"lvo cold and thirteen from ex
resslvo heat. Four hundred and eighteen
Infants wero still born. Tornadoes
claimed 138 victims and lightning nine.
Mxrrlnifr nml Divorce.
An Interesting tablo Is given of tho
marriages nnd divorces In Nobruska, tho
total to ng 12,273 marriages anil 2,020 di
vorces, being n llttlo better than ono di
vorce for each six marriages. Logan
county showed a standoff, with one mar
riage and ono divorce Douglas county
shows about four marriages to each di
vorce and Lancaster county shows about
the same percentage. Furnas and Thurs
ton counties show that one out of every
three matrimonial ventures wero dis
solved, while. Keith county couples tako
their troubles without " grumbling, or If
they do tho grumbling never reaches tho
divorce court, tho record being thirty-
eight marriages to only ono divorco in
commander, Hy Miller; Junior vice, com
mander, Jnko McCrackcn; chaplain, An
drew Jones; Instructor, James Cook; Sur
geon, Dr. W. 11. Palmer; Offlcer-of-the-day,
I'htll Gossan!. Tho following order
has been Issued by Adjutant Dr. J. V.
Illnchman. Tho members of tho Grand
Army post will tender to tho members of
he Woman's Itollef Corps, their annual
banquet, on January 10, at Masonto hall.
Notes from Beatrice
and Gage County
BKATIUCB, Neb., Doc. 2S.-(Bpeclal.)
Through the death of an aunt, which oc
curred recently at Mllford, Del., Dr. B.
Cwbbnge, a former resident of. this
city, who recently located at University
Place, Neb., has fallen heir Jo tho snug
fortuno of 110,000. A sister of Dr. Cub
bage, who attended tho funeral of her
aunt, heard the will read. There are
four cthor heirs, and each of thorn will
Petitions asking that tho proposition
of adopting tho commission form ot city
government bo submlttod to n voto aro
being circulated among tho citizens of
Wymoro and aro being liberally sighed.
There Is a strong sentiment In favor of
tho commission plan among thoso citi
zens who ctitlclso the present city ad
ministration for trying to ctoso up the
prosont municipal electric plant.
Tho homo of Charles Boughton was
quarantined for smallpox Friday. There
wero sovoral cases or diphtheria In the
city a few weeks ago, but tho dlacaso
has apparently been eradicated.
A complulnt was filed In Judgo Kills'
court Friday against Ixjule Tockel and
Edward McCabo of this city, charging
them with burglary. They wero arrested
Wednesday on tho chargo of breaking
into tho -city's storeroom and stealing
thirty-five, pounds of copper wlro.
SHELBfT, Neb., Deo. H (Bpecrtal.)
Tho funeral services for Henry Bohmld
were conducted by Itev. Mr. Morrison
and the Odd Fellow. Saturday afternoon
ot tho Methffdlst church. The deceased
was 11 years old, coming to Polk county
when . lad. He C!f,t'l Jn farming
and about ten years ago ho entered tho
Implement business In Shelby, which ho
was still conducting. He had a stroKo
of puralysis on Wednesday and dlort on
Christmas night. He leaves a widow and
Charles If. Mathews,
BIOUX FALLS, 8. D Deo. K.-(Spe
clal Telegram.) Information has reached
here of the sudden death at Chamber
lain of Charles II. Mathews, who was
a pioneer resident of Sioux Falls, hav
Ing taken up his residence hero about
thirty years ago. Ho was temporarily
employed at Chamberlain. For some
year after coming to Sioux Falls ho
was connected with tho quarry Industry,
His widow, son and three daughters aro
residents of Sioux Falls.
Public Reception at Broken Bow.
BIIOKBN BOW. Neb.. Dec Sl-(Bpe-
clal.) Tho Publlo Service club of this
city l making elaborate preparations for
a unlquo New Year reception, which
It Intends holding In the spacious club
rooms of tho organisation, nothing cx
ectly like It ever having been attempted
here before. The club rooms will be
thrown open to tho public on New Year's
day from 1 to t o'clock p. m., all of the
mombers participating In a general re
ception to tho town, llefreshmcnta will
bo served during tho entire afternoon
and a fine orchestra will help to enliven
The Persistent and Judicious Use nt
Newspaper Advertising Is tho Road to
kamp, a brewer, as foreman, and Gcorgo
Williams, a railroad official, as clerk.
Among the eighteen other members of
the Jury Is Edgar Bye, chauffeur for
James McNaughton, general manager of
tho Cnlumct & Hecla Mining company.
Tho superintendents of stamp mills, a
few mechanics and a number of mer
chants mado up tho remainder of the
membership. No mine managers or other
executive officers of the corporations aro
In tho list.
Arrniiirrmrnts for Fnnernl,
Preparations wcro pronounced completo
tonight for tho funerals which the West
ern Federation of Miners Is to conduct
over some seventy of tho victims ot the
panic of last Wednesday.
The task of digging the numerous
graves was accoptcd by 10) strikers and
tho federation's commltteo finished Its
canvass of tho stricken homes. Thcro
was sorno anxiety as to whether enough
coffins would be available, tho number
of victims having overtaxed tho stocks
of local undertakers. Arrival of a. car-
lond nf coffins, however, eliminated this
Indications were that tho thousands
who aro to march to tho cemetery will
havo to mako their way through snow.
A flno snow began fulling steadily lato
today and promised to continue nil night.
Thus far tho winter has been unusually
mild, but residents who have experienced
tho rigors ot other winters predicted that
this condition was at an end.
ROCK ISLAND PAYS BIG SUM
(Continued from Pago One.)
in connection with an effort to prevent
carrying out the sentenco of the court
of short terms of Imprisonment for three
teamsters, who were adjudged guilty. A
commltteo ot tho Industrial Workers ot
the World was ablo to go to the governor
with tho mayor and two members of the
city council and to undcrtako to bring
political prcssuro on stato officials to
havo thorn Ignore tho law and deal with
tho three men In a way entirely different
from others In prison. It Is declared hero
that tho Industrial Workers ot the World
Is organizing for political action here
and will have a great deal to do with
the city election.
Generally Fair, is
For West of Rockies
WASHINGTON, Dec. M.-Gcnerally fair
weather Is predicted for the next few
days east of tho Hocky mountains and
over tho southern plateau rcgorv Hams
nre. expected In the southeastern states
and probably snows In the middle At
lantic and New Knglund states, upper
Ohio valley and lower lake region. The
weekly forecast of the weather bureau
' A disturbance of moderate Intensity
centering over Louisiana Sunday morning
will advance northcastwnrd and cause
rains Monday In the southeastern states
nnd cloudy weather nnd probably snows
Monday asd Tuesday In tho middle At
lantic and' New England states, the upper
Ohio valley and the lower lake region.
With this exception tho weather will be
fair during the next severnl days In
practically nil parts of the country east
of the Rocky mountains nnd over the
southern plateau region. Abnormally low
pressuro over Alaska and tho Aleutian
Islands will cause general rains during
the week on tho Pacific coast.
"Tho next disturbance to cross tho
country will appear on tho northern Pa
cific coast Monday and Tuesday, nttended
by high winds and rains, and cross the
great central valleys about Thursday and
tho eastern states Friday. This disturb
ance will cause local snows In tho north
ern states. Another disturbance will
roach tho north Pacific coast about
Thursday nnd prevail Over the middle
west near the end of the week. This dis
turbance will bo attended by general
rains and snows and be followed by de
cidedly colder weather."
TELLS CITIES HOW TO ACT
Committee Points Way to Present
Claims for Reserve Banks.
SEVERAL HEARINGS TO BE HELD
OnI" Fourteen Finer Will lie Vis
. I ted In Addition to Wnnlitngton
Number llns Not Yet Been
GATUN SPILLWAY OPENED
FOR FIRST TIME IN MONTHS
PANAMA, Dec, 28. Gatun spillway,
which regulates the levels of datun lake,
was opened today for the first time since
Juno 27. During tho elapsed period the
water had risen from 48.23 to 81.7 feet
abovo sea level. Whllo tho maximum
level tho lake can attain i.i 87 feet, the
water will not bo allowed to go any
higher at present, becauso the diking of
tho low ridges forming tho rim of tho
lake basin has not been completed.
GEORGE H. T0RNEY SURGEON
GENERAL OF ARMY, IS DEAD
WASHINGTON, Dec 28.-Georgo Henry
Torney, surgeon general of tho United
States army, died at his homo hero to
ntfiht of bronchial pneumonia. Ho had
been In poor health for soveral weeks,
but his condition had not beon serious
until a few days ago.
General Torney was born In Baltimore,
Juno 1. 18.7).
WASHINGTON, Deo. 2S.-The federal
reserve bank organization committee to
night supplemented Its plan for locating
federal reservo cities with an unofficial
announcement pointing tho way for all
cities to present their claims for banks.
Before the committee, consisting ot Sec
retary of the Treasury McAdoo and Sec
retary of Agriculture Houston, starts
upon Its tour of the country, It will ad
vise Clearing House associations and
Boards of Trade In cities tnsH aro in tho
field for a reserve bank when they can
Only fourteen cities, In addition to
Washington, will be visited, but it was
the understanding tonight that any city
and any community can be heard at some
point on the trip around the country,
which has been mapped out.
Although details for the hearings have
not been worked out, It Is probahli that
tho claims of Baltimore, Philadelphia and
Washington will bo heard here. Pitts
burgh will have nn opportunity either In
Cleveland or Cincinnati, Fort Worth
Tex., which Is In the field, will be al
lowed to argue In Houston and St. Paul
nnd Minneapolis in Chicago. Information
tho committee procures will be useful In
determining tho boundaries of the reserve
Number Not Decided On.
It Is said that neither cabinet ofricer
on the organization commltteo had de
termined upon the number of reservo dis
tricts and cities. Tho trip to bo taken
Is almost as much for this purpose na
for actually locating tho cities ond de
fining tho districts.
Officials of the treasury today praised
tho decision of tho committee to work
out the district limits and cities by pub
Tho commltteo took its first formal
stop today when It mado official an
nouncement of tho procedure to bo fol
lowed by banks which wish to make
legnl application for membership In tho
new system. In accordance with this
announcement every bank desiring mem
bership shall, within sixty days, through
Its board of directors, pass a resolution
certifying Its desire to enter tho system.
It provides for tho full acceptance ot
the terms of tho law and expresses the
intention of tho board to subscribe on
behalf of the bank for stock in the
proper federal reserve bank.
l'lllntr the First Step.
The filing of this form will bo the
first step of a bank toward membership.
It will have nothing further to do to-
ward coming Into tho system until the
organization commmco uimuuiivra m.
geographical limits of Its district and
the city whet Its reserve bank is to be
Within thirty, days after such an
nouncement a bank must take the sec
ond step that will bind It to tho federal
system. It must begin to put up its
money for stock In the district federal
reserve bank. Each bank entering must
subscribe to stock In the federal bank
equal to C per cent of Its paid up capital
and surplus, but not all of this sum Is
to be paid at once.
Informal application from banks con
tinued to reach tho treasury today, but
officials were surprised when they re
ceived telegrams from several Individ
uals who wished to subscribe for stock
In reserve banks. The law provides that
Individuals may subscribe, but if the
banks continue to come In there will be
little stock left when' their time limit
BOOK OF RECORD TELLS
OF MURDER YEARS AGO
Mate and Captain
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 28.-A man giv
ing the namo nt Andreas Plcwka walked
Into a police station tonight and said ha
naa Kiiiea tne captain nna mato oi a
sand barge lying In tho Delaware river
off Roebllng. N. J., this afternoon.
According to Plewka's story, he had a
dispute with the captain, Elmer V. Lyons,
becauso he did not report for work on
the barge on Christmas day and In a
fight that followed he was struck over
the head with a club by the captain.
Ho reported to the owners of the vessel
In this city, who told him that the dispute
was a matter for tho captain to settle.
I'lowka said he rcurned to the barge and
when Lyons, armed with a club, canio
toward him lu fired. Tho captain fell
and rolled Into tho river and did not
coma to tho surface. James McLaugh
lin, tho mate, then camo running toward
Plowka and he again fired and McLaugh
lin dropped dead.
MILWAUKEE, Wis.. Dec. M.-(Speclal
Telegram.) A book of record that has
lain away hidden and undisturbed in
the files of tho court house since 18W
has been unearthed by L. W, Colby, an
attorney from Beatrice, Neb., who camo
on here to obtain Information relative
to i case on tral In Nebraska to deter
mine the rightful owner of a a large
tract ot land. The paper sought by the
attorney Is seared aijd yellow from age.
Tho record declared that David Bon
ham Slay 22, 1846, killed Henry Keens
in Menominee township, now
county. The killing was the
a dlsputo over ownership of a
which later was burned and
sold, the proceeds being Invested In Ne
braska. Heirs of tho original disputants
are 'Involved In the present suit.
s result ot
1 the lsmt,j
To tho Stockholders of The Conserva
tive Savings and Loan Association of
As provided In section 1 of article 1 ot
tho bylaws of said association you are
hereby notified that thi annual meeting
of the stockholders of The Conservative
Savings and I-oan association of Omaha,
Nebraska, will be held January 12, 1314,
at tho office of said association In the
Conservative building, 1614 Harney street,
Omaha, Nebraska, for the purpose or
electing three directors for a term of
five years, to receive the reports of tho
officers and directors and for tho trans
action of such other business as may
properly come before tho meeting.
Tho poIIh will bo open for tho reception
of ballots for tho etectlon ot directors
from 3 o'clock to 6 o'clock p. m. of said
date, and the business meeting ot the
stockholders will Immediately follow the
closlnr of tho polls.
THE CONSERVATIVE SAVINGS AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OMAHA,
By GEO. F. GILMOUE, President.
Attest: PAUL "VA KUHNS, Secretary.
Omaha, Nebraska, December 29, 1913.
REFUSES TO LEAVE PULPIT
TO MANAGE CITY OF YORK
TORK. Neb., Deo. 28,-(Sicclal.)-Fl-
lowing aro a few clippings from a story
published undor a York, Neb., date line
last Sunday In tho St. Louie Post-Dls-
A town mannger Is to be employed by
this community of 6,000. Dr. Alexander
O. Bennett, pastor of tho First Methodist
Episcopal church ot Ball no, Kan., has
been offered the position at a salary
of U.00O a year for five years.
As town manager ho will bo directing
head of the Choutaqua. association, which
gives it Chautauqua each summer In a
largo tent and engages lecturers and en
tertainers. Ho will also be manager of
tho York Mvrera and supervise the work
In which tho town takes great pride,
and which It considers ono of Its best
Aiu IB uno uuijr wiuuu wiw vicrK? mini lr it 10 n n- n n 14 rm.
hesitates to undertake. Ho could manage ia. 14: Howells. 14. 15: Laurel. 14
the obautauqua with a, clear conscience . is: Humphrey, IS, lfl: Papllllqn. 16, 16;
INSTITUTES IN JANUARY
LINCOLN, Neb., Dec. 2S.-(8peclal.)-Tho
extension service of tho College of
Agriculture ha announced ,lts dates for
extension meetings during tho first month
of 1914. No meetings will be held dur
ing tho week of organized agriculture,
January 19 to 23, and nono will bo held
during tho first fow days of tho month
which aro Included In tho holiday season.
There will bo held twenty-eight Insti
tutes, making a totnl of fifty days' work.
This, added to tho work of the provlous
three months of the Institute season,
mako a total of ninety-eight points
with 1ES full days. Tho dates follow:
Brunlng, 2, 3: Ceresco, 2, 3! Orchard.
6', Dannebrog, 0; Davey, : St. Paul, C,
7; Verdlgre, 6, 7; Morse Bluff, 7; Aurora,
7, 8j 8pencer, 7, 8; Wavorly. 8: McCool
Junction. 8, Oi Plalnvlow, 8, 0: Soring
Orovo church (near Gretna), 0; Fair
mont. 0. 10; Crolghton, . 10; Plerco, 12.
Ground Floor Space.
About 1,500 square foot
with. Farnam street front
age. New show windows
being installed. This room
has a largo vault. Also
extra entrance from tho
The Bit Building Co.,
Room 103, Ilco Building.
but to become tho manager ot a base
ball team and participate In tho noisy
enthuslnam ot tho diamond Is not so
much In hla line, especially as many of
tho games will bo played on Sundays.
He has written to the Commercial club,
which made him the offer of town man-
agon that If It would rellovo htm of the
management of the baso boll team ho
would think more favorably ot tho proposition.
Mr. Bennett says In reply to tho above'.
"Could not conclenclously quit tho min
istry, according to tho suggestion ot the
York Commercial club engagement aa
secretary and municipal promoter. Al
though work In York, a saloonlcis city
Is most progressive, with no Sunday ball
games, would strongly appeal as a
worthy field of service."
. . : . .
OMAHAN AND LINCOLN
Y0UNQ WOMAN WEDDED
(From s. Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Dec. 23. (8peclal.)-Georgo
Wttton Goldsmith of Omaha and Grace
Francis McCluro of Lincoln were mar
ried last evening at tho home of the
brldo's parents In this city In the pro
senco of ft select company ot relatives
and friends, the Bev. J. F. Boeyo of
Graco Methodist church performing tho
'Mr. Qoldsmlth Is ograduato of Ne
braska Wcileyan university and also of
the Lincoln business college and Is con-
ncetded with the real estate firm of N.
P. Dodge & Co. of Omaha.
Mrs. Goldsmith Is a graduate of the
National Klndrrgatren school ot Chicago
and for six year has been ft teacher in
tho kindergarten department of Elliott
school In this city. They will be at
home to their friends In Omaha after
linrtinaton. is. 16: Elgin. 16. 17: Wake
field, lfl, 17; Elkhorn. 16, 17.
FORMER FREMONT MAN
DIES SUDDENLY AT NELIQH
FREMONT, Neb., Dec. 28.-Spcclal.)-
Del Juekott, ft former well known Saun
dora county boy, who was leader of tho
Fohocoo band and principal of the
schools at Morse Bluff, Is dead at Nellgh,
Nob., according to ft message received
hero yesterday. Mr. Juckot's team came
homo Friday night from Royal with the
body of Its owner dead In the wagon,
Ho had been farming near Nellgh for
tho laat year. A physician, who ex
amlned tho body, said death probably
was duo to exposure. An Inquest will
bo held Monday
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Juckett
aro Saunders county pioneers near Les
haro, but recently havo been rosldlns on
fruit farm near Denver Colo. They
wero visiting at Leshara when tho death
telegram camo. They left yesterday
morning for Nellgh In company with J,
D. Reynolds, who Is a cousin of Del
Hiuall Fire nt Shelby.
SHELBY, Neb., Dec 2J.-(Spedal.)-
J. N. Baker lost most ot his household
goods by fire Friday night, caused by
the explosion of an oil heater. His
restaurant goods wero also damaged, Mr.
Baker and his wlfo living In the rear
ot the business -room. Mrs. Baker went
to a neighbors through tho snow In her
bars reet. There was no Insurance.
Movements of Ocean Pteamera,
Port. Arr)4. ButUI.
NEW TOHK rUbrl Srttoen.
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THREE BOYS CHARGED
WITH RECKLESS SHOOTING
BROKEN BOW, Neb., Dec 2S.-(8pe-
clal.) Because they aro alleged to havo
used loaded fire arms in disturbing the
peace of school district No. 9, Alfred and
Dale Smith and a boy by tho name
of Simpson, have dropped Into serious
difficulty with tho county and warrants
have been Issued for their arrest. Two
ot the boys aro 16 years ot age, the other
being considerably younger. The trio is
accused ot chasing the pupils after school
had been dismissed and terrorising them
by shooting In all directions. Ono little
boy and his small sister were pursued
by th'i .three and according to statements
made by the other children, bullets tore
up the earth In front ot them as they
ran. When notified of tho circumstance,
County Attorney Beal filed complaints
against the offender, and warrants were
issued from Justice Warrlnton'a court at
IMPORTED CHINESE EGGS
BEING SOLD IN SEATTLE
SEATTLE, Wash., Dec 28. Imported
Chinese eggs aro competing successfully
with the storage eggs on the Seattle
market. The Chinese eggs are of darX
shell, oven slxe, well packed and slightly
smaller than standard ranch eggs, but
larger man punci eggs. Tney are
ppachable. In this respect being superior
to storage eggs.
The proper drinking
of pure Beer
but not the abuse of it, is good for
It flushes the system of waste. Most
people drink too little liquid. Their
systems become clogged with waste,
thus impairing the efficiency of the
nervous and digestive organism.
Drink Schlitz in
and get all the good without the
harm. It is not enough to make
pure beer it must be kept pure.
"Beer exposed to light for five min
utes becomes undrinkable." The
Brown Bottle keeps Schlitz pure
from the brewery to your glass.
See that crown or cork
is branded 'Schlitz. ' ' Phones: Doug. 15971 fh A 6"
Schlitx Bottled Beer Depot
723 S. 9th Street, Omaha. Nebt
Hy. Gerber. lot S. Mala SL
That Made M ilwaukee famous.
Values Than Were
Ever Be o :b Of
fered in One Sale
Special Events Every
Day This Week
4 T 'hnmni
6f S Pectoral
Sold for 70 yean.
Ask Your Doctor.
Bsvottd to Strictly OUan, Glassy
TWICE DAILY Mat.Today
Xtra Midnlte Show 11:30
NEW YEAR'S DAY MATINEE at 3:00
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& THEIR OWN CO.
In a Mirthful, Mnsleal, Moorish
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AD WAXES SYMFHS.
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