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1 HE BEE: OMAHA, WE1)NKS1UY, KKBHfAUY 4, VA.
ZERO WEATHERIN THE STATE
Snow Also Appears in Many Sec
tions of the West.
ICE NOT YET READY TO BE CUT
Dealer Tioxr Sar They Pear that
They 1VII1 Not Be Able to Hnr
reat Enough Ice to Flit
"Weather reports to the railroads Indi
cate that the ground hos knew what ho
was doing Monday when he hurried back
into his hole after ho pot a glimpse or
his shadow. Alt through the western part
of Nebraska and through eastern Wy
oming and Colorado the mercury went
down and yesterday morning a doxen or
more places reported xero.
During the night snow flurries were
general, with an Inch at lied Cloud and
out along the Burlington In the western
part of the state.
The railroads report that the weather
continues cold out In tho state,. wtli be
low tero up through Montana and tho
The chance from warm to cold Is wel
comed by the Ice men, but all of them
are pessimistic, predicting that tho frigid
weather cannot contlnuo long enough tp
enable them to harvest the normal crop
of the natural product.
The Omaha Ice and Cold Storage com
pany Is the largest packer of natural Ice
hereabouts and at the offices of this com
pany it was stuted that no matter what
the weather may be, unless the spring
Is abnormally late, there Ib bound to be
n big shortago of lcc. With xero weather
cutting could not begin before next Mon
day and It -would bo ridiculous to pre
dict threo weeks of cold weather after
On the reservoirs of tho water company
It Is said that with continued cold
(weather Ice cutting may be commenced
as soon as Saturday, but not before that
date. Thero Is not enough of this Ice to
begin to fill tho houses of the city wltn
out making at least three cuttings.
Some of the companies have cut'a little
ice In eddies and still places along the
river, but the product is thin, dirty and
entirely unfit for anything except cooling
NEED FEW MORE DOLLARS
JO SAVE WIDOWS HOME
Richard Burncll, 4302 Bedford avenue, is
at tho head of a committee of volunteer
workers who are endeavoring to gather
about $300 with which to pay off tho mort
gage on the home of Mrs. Edna Taylor
at Benson, who is trying to make a liv
ing for five children and an Invalid
The list of contributions' was started by
'.Commissioner John Lynch who pledged
$100 conditionally that the other $300 be
raised from other charitable folks.
An investigation by tho bureau of
county charities shows that tho woman
is a worthy and industrious woman.
Tho Bee business office will bo glad to
receive any donations for Mrs. Taylor.
MRS. FRED A. SMITH IS
ILL WITH PNEUMONIA
Mrs. Frederick A, Smith, wife of Gen
eral P. A. Smith, retired. Is In a critical
condition at the family home, 1C08 South
Thlrtyisecond avenue. A severe attack of
pneumonia contracted last week has mido
her Illness a serious one.
NEW PASTOR OF THE IMMANUEL
SUFFRAGISTS AFTER NAMES
Colored Man at South Omaha Will
Not Sign Petition.
LAUGH ON A SON OF ERIN
He Orders Men In I.lnc to Sinn the
rnper, hut In Litter Ilefused
the IUtcht to Vote by
"No, sahrce, ah won't elgn that paper,"
was tho. turndown handed- Mrs. John
Ralston of South Omaha, when she pre
sented her BUffrago petition to a big col
ored man who stepped Into tho city hall
In South Omaha to register so as to bo
in lino for a vote on tho affairs of his
government. Mrs. Balston was getting
lots of signatures In tho lino that was
waiting to register, but the colored man
was not in favor of giving women a vote.
"But wo helped you to get the ballot In
tho south," pleaded the suffragist.
"Yas, but Ise a man." was the Invinci
ble argument of tho darky.
He stepped Into tho offlco and regis
tered. When ho camo out tho plucky suf
fragist again approached him and handed
him a bunch of suffragist literature.
"You will at least take this homo and
read it, will you not?" sho asked.
Ho turned the pamphlets over a few
times and finally, Btarlng at one bottom
sldo up for a few moments, answered:
"Well, I tells you, lady, oh can't read.
But just to show you Ah ain't prejudiced
I'll Take It homo and havo my wlfo
read it to me."
Joke In on Vat.
But the laugh was not all on ono side;
In camo Pat Broderlck to register. Up
stepped another Uttlo woman with a pe
'Shurc," said Fat And he signed it
with a bold flourish. Then he turned
and with a loud oratorical flourish com
An Appetizing Dinner
A piping hot dish of Fnust Maca
roni, with broad and butter, makes &
big, nutritious meal tor a wholo
family. Appetizing, too. Cook Fnust
Macaroni with ripe tomatoes and
sprinkle with cheese (per our recipe
book) and you'll surely get a moal
that will warm tho cockles of tho
Another advantage Faust Maca
roni Is so easily prepared. Thon
think ot tho great saving you can
make In your cost of living by cut
ting your moat bill considerably and
substituting therefor Faust Maca
roni, which Is much mora nutritious.
Faust Macaroni comes In Cc and
10c packages. Buy at your grocer's
today. Write for recipe book.
St. Louis, Missouri.
mandtd ovcry man In tho lino to sign
the suffraiio petition. They were still
busy obeying his orders an4 signing dili
gently when they heard Pat's voice
again. This tlmo It was a furious voice.
Pat had come out of the registration
offlco and was saying things In a moat
He had been turned down, as ho did not
havo his naturalization papers.
YOUNGSTER SETS FIRE TO
CRIB CONTAINING BABY
While his mother was occupied In tho
basement with tho week's washing, Mich
ael Doletnan, Jr., 4-years-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Dolcman. 2G1S South
Seventh street, set flro to tho crib con
taining his 2-months-old sister. The boy's
screams attracted a passing neighbor,
who rushed Into tho houso and extin
guished tho flames before tho flro had
reached tho Infant.
Pollco Matron Olbbons, who has been
helping the family, as havo tho county
authorities, declares that tho Dolemans
nro In need of blankets and bcdclothlng,
and solicits aid In their behalf.
FIRE COMMISSIONER IS
TO INSIST ON REPORTS
W. S. nidgell, chief deputy fire com
missioner of the state, has declared his
Intention to enforce the law which car
ries a fine for ont reporting fires to
the fire commissioner at Lincoln. Tho
statute makes It Incumbent upon mayors,
flro chiefs or city clerks In villages (o
report Immediately to the flro com
missioner any loss by fire.
WHITE HELD FOR GRAND
JURY ON GAMBLING CHARGE
H. M. White, ttf tho Brunswick hotel,
arrested Monday for conducting a dis
orderly house, on a warrant secured by
Captain Malonoy, was held under bonds
for Investigation by tho grand Jury.
White Is accused of conducting a gam
bling house. Two inmates taken from tho
placo while playing cards, wcro fined $10
on her recent tour of America Included Battle Creek, the groat
Pure Food Center, In her Itinerary. Speaking of diet for chil
dren she makes the following statement (In 'the Chicago Dally
Journal of Dec. 31, 1913):
"Coffee and tea should never
be placed within reach; of a ;
Besides being an educator, Madame Montessori is a phy
sician, and bases this advice on her scientific knowledge that
an ordinary cup ot coffee contains about 2 grains of caffeine
a poisonous drug, (also found in tea.)
In these days of liberal education .the average American
parent Is becoming Informed concerning tho baneful effects of
tea and coffee drinking, not only on the youth, but on thoso
(further along In life.
How much better to place before the children (and older
ones too) a wholesome, nutritious, pure food drink such as
Made only of prime whole wheat and .a small per cent of
pure molasses, Postum contains only the rich native value of .the
grain good for young and old. Postum Is free from caffeine
or other harmful substance.
Postum comes In two forms:
Regular Postum must be well boiled to bring out its rich
flavour and food value. 15c and 25c packages.
Instant Postum a soluble powder. A teaspoonful stirred
In a cup of hot water with cream and sugar makes a delight
ful beverage instantly. 30c and 60c tins.
The cost per cup of both kinds is about the same.
"There's a Reason" for POSTUM
sold by Grocers everywhere.
ALQUIST LOSES MONEY
WHILE OUT WITH WOMAN
Alfred Alqulst, 2117 Webster street, ap
peared Jn police court and testified that
he had lost $40 In cash and a note tor
1,200 whllo in tho company 'of Mabol
Pruss, Twenty-second and Leavenworth
street. The Pruss woman was sentenced
to sixty days in Jail on a chargo of
vagrancy, whllo Alqulst, together with
an officer was sent on a round of saloons
which ho had visited while tho note was
In his possession.
NEW MEMBER OF AK-SAR-BEN
BOARD OF GOVERNORS.
HARRY AND ROY SLACK
ARRESTED ON SUSPICION
Harry and Hoy Slack, 1453 Phelps street,
havo been arrested on suspicion of know
ing considerable about tho recent auto
holdups. Both boys deny any connection
with tho charge, but Information In pos
session of the police is said to bo to tho
JUDGE ALTSTADT RESTING
EASILY AT HIS HOME
Judge William Altstadt, the 79-year.old
Justlco of peaco who suffered a stroko of
paralysis Monday morning whllo In tho
court house building, is reported resting
easily at his home. Rapid recovery Is
'Tho Persistent and Judicious Use ot
Newspaper Advertising is tho Road to
DB FOREST RICHARDS.
Sought by Board
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. 3.-(8pcclal.)-Blaliks
for tho compilation of agricultural sta
tistics 'havo been outlined by Secretary
Mellor of tho Stnto Board ot Agriculture
and tho copy has been sent to tho printer,
A number of departures from tho old
form havo been mado to keep a record
of tho progress of Nebraska farmers
Tho statistics will bo more detailed than
over before. Tho growing ot tobacco
Is officially recognized along with muny
other crops. In horticulture much space
is given to tho apple Industry, whllo the
growing of grapes Is recognized as prob
ably second In Importance to tho apple
A number ot now headings wcro given
to get accurato data on tho live stock
Industry. Tho figures on tho size, con
dition, environment and Industrial sit
uations connected with Nebraska farms
nro extremely elaborate and call for stn-
tlstlcs on Items peculiar to tho state nnd
not lH&luded In tho fedonu census.
Water power and Irrigation on Nebraska
farms Is also given attention.
NOTES FROM KEARNEY
AND BUFFALO COUNTY
News' Notes from Fairbury.
FA1RBURY, Neb., Feb. 3.-(8peclal.)-
Tho Union Paclflo board of examiners
was In Fairbury yesterday and examined
the employes in tho Grand Island sta
tion. Tho party was making a tour ot
tho St. Joseph & Grand Island railroad
from Kansas City to Grand Island. The
officials comprised Union Pacific Exami
ners Brandt and Sp&ngler and Superin
tendent C. E. Hedrlcks and Assistant Su
perintendent T. W. Rowdcn. In a state
ment tho examiners asserted that Agent
Bert Evers and his operators passed the
best examination that they had con
ducted In tho last fifteen months.
A children's story hour has been Intro
duced In tho city library at Fairbury
under the auspices of tho public schools
and is being conducted by Misses Mary
McQuald and Aula Latzkc.
Nearly 700 Jefferson county farmers at
tended n live stock sale held by Harry
C. Qutnn at his farm, six miles northeast
A. C. Whlttet has returned from a busi
ness trip to Chicago, where he repre
sented tho Fairbury branch of the Broth
erhood of Railway Trainmen No. 400 at
a conference at the Rock Island officials.
A. O. Bloyd, day yard foreman In the
Fairbury yards, Is off duty this week on
account of blood poltonlng in his right
A number of mechanics In the locomo
tlve shops at Fairbury havo been put
back to work and the locomotive forco
Is working on a nine-hour basis. A num
ber of car repairers, helpers and car
penters have also resumed work.
flyndn KIrctcd Poatmaater.
I TARTINQTON, Nob., Feb. 3.-(Spe-
clal.f S. C. Syndo of this city was
elected in tho postofflco primary hero
Saturday afternoon. Thoro wero flvo
candidates, 8. C. Synde, C M. Batrd, A.
F. Snlng. John Felber and Mrs. R. J.
Millard. A heavy voto was cast, tho suc
cessful candidate receiving 279 votes.
District court, which was to have con
vened In tills city today, has been post
poned two weeks on account of the sick
ness of Judge Graves.
Col da unit Crunp in Children.
Many people rely upon Chamber.
Iain's Cough Remedy Implicitly In coses
of col's and croup, nnd It never dlsap
polnU them. Mrs. "S. II. Thomas, Logans
port. Ind., writes: "I havo found Chamt
berlaln's Cough Remedy to be tho best
medicine for colds and croup I have
ever vsed, and never tiro of recommend.
Ing It to my neighbors and friends.
have always given It to my children when
suffering from croup, and it has never
failed to give them prompt relief." For
sale by add dealers. Advertisement.
KEARNEY, Ncb Feb. 3.-(SpeclaI.)
Ray Humphrey, tho young man charged
with firing tho C. A. Bartz poultry build
Ing In this city, has secured bond In tho
amount ot $500 and has been released
from tho county attl. His trial has been
Bet for March 1 in district court.
Mrs. Anna Irvine, an old settler ot this
county, passed away at a local hospital
on Saturday and was burled In Kearney
on Monday. Mrs. Irvine was tho mother
of Mrs. Peter Petersen of this city.
Tho Bchcdulo ot tho freight train on
the Kearney & Black Hills branch out
of this city has been changed, so that
shlppors can get their stock Into Omaha
markots on Tuesdays, Thursdays rind
Saturdays. Tho train formerly left Sta
pleton on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays, getting stock into Omaha on the
Horton McClellan, a city mall carrier,
has been chosen to fill tho vacancy In
tho clerical forco at tho postofflco caused
by tho dismissal of Dclbert Smith from
tho service after tho Christmas safo
Tho base ball fans of tho city will hold
a baso ball fair tho coming week for tho
purpose of raising funds with which to
defray tho expenses Incurred by tho toam
last season. It la expected that enough
will bo taken In to mako up tho last
CUMKOCM. MACKAY, Patsioaan
Th Nafcl Titiaraaa Caati tm$t ( rawatoO trtIB tM Mtn iMa Mimaa to tsa Hit I luftlui utrtat Me a a, m
2T2chfg 13 N. L. 746 P
Flint,Mich., Jan. 28'
.Leo Huff, Mgr., ;
Neb r. Buick Auto Co.,
Nebraska Buick trainlo.ad of Buick automobiles
consisting of fifty double deoked carloads
left factory last night.
ORDER OF FORECLOSURE
OF THE WABASH IS SIGNED
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. a.-(Spedal.)-apnernl
John L. Webster of Omaha was In the
city today for tho purpose of attending
a session ot tho cxecutlvo board of tho
Stats Historical society, and whllo horo
secured tho signature of Judge T. C.
Mungor of tho federal court to an order
ot foreclosuro on the Wabash railroad.
Tho order should havo been signed In
Omaha, but on account ot tho absence
of Judgo W. H. Mungcr ot that court
tho ordor was brought hero for tho slg
naturo of tho presiding Judgo hero, whoro
the court Is In session.
Tho original caso was brought In Mis
souri and tho order has to bo mado In
ovcry stnto whoro tho road operates. Tho
amount ot tho foreclosure Is 31,000,000.
SERVICE FOR FEBRUARY
LINCOLN, Feb. 3. During tho month
of February agricultural extension meet
ings will be held at forty-eight Nebraska
points. A short course will bo given
each week. A total ot nlnety-slx days'
work has already been scheduled. Prob
ably moro meetings will bo added bo
foro tho month closes.
February Is ono of tho heaviest months.
In addition to tho meetings schedule!
For Hums Ilrulaea nnd Sorea.
The quickest und surest euro is Buck-
Ion's Arnica Salve; every household
should havo a box on hand all the time.
23c. All druggists. Advertisement:
Mra. Clnrlasn Guunell.
BENEDICT, Neb., Fob. 3.-(SpecIal.)
Mrs, Clarissa Gunnell Idled Saturday
night, aged S7 years. Sho waa a pioneer
settler In York county. The body was
shipped to Paxton, 111., for burial.
The Quickest, Simplest
Easily and Cheaply Made at
Home. Saves Yqu 92.
This rcclpa makes a pint of cough
syrup enough to last a family a long
time. You couldn't buy as much or aa
good cough syrup for $2.50.
Simple as it is, it uives almost Instant
relief and usually stops tho most obsti
nate couch in 24 hours. Tills is partly
duo to the fact that it is slightly laxa
tive, stimulates the appetite and has an
excellent tonio effect. It is pleasant to
take children like it. An excellent rem
edy, too, for whooping cough, croup, sora
lungs, asthma, throat troubles, eto.
Mix ono pint of granulated sugar with
pint of warm water, and stir for 2
minutes. Put 2, ounces of PInex (fifty
cents' worth) in a pint bottle, and add
the Sugar Syrup. It keeps perfectly.
Take a teaspoonful every one, two or
Pine is one of tho oldest and best
known remedial agents for the throat
membranes. Flnsx is tho most valuable
concentrated compound of Norway whlto
pine extract, and is rich in gu&iacol and
all tho other natural healing elements.
Other preparations will not work in tola
Tho prompt results from this recipe
have endeared it to thousands of house
wires in the United States and Canada,
which explains why the plan has been
Imitated often, but never successfully.
A guaranty o' absolute satisfaction, or
money promptly refunded, goes with this
wclpe. Your druggist has Pinex, or will
wt it for vou. If not, send to The
Vines Co, t Wayne, Ind.
An up-to-date remedy for
colds. That is what Peruna
is. In successful use over
Colds are caught In many
ways: Illy ventilated rooms;
rooms that have direct draughts;
crowded rooms; damp houses;
stuffy school rooms; offices illy
A dose of Peruna at the right
time, at the first symptom of
cold, before the bones begin to
ache, before the sore throat
manifests itself, or the cough, or
the discharge from the nose, just
a dose or two of Peruna before
these symptoms begin is gener
ally sufficient. But after the cold
is once established with the
above symptoms prominent, a
bottle of Peruna, or maybe two,
will be necessary.
abovo n. number .of tho county demon
strators aro planning meetings for al
most every day ot th month.
Not counting tho demonstrators' meet
ings this makes a total for tho first
four months In tho season ot ICO differ
ent points reached In tho state and 803
days' work. The schedule follows:
Institutes; Wvnot. 2-S: Colerldse. S(:
Carroll, 4-5: Wausa, B-d; Bancroft. 8-7;
Carloton. 2-3; Fairfield, 3-4; Harvard, 4-J,
btironviuc, B-u; Crete, 6-tj Emerson, v;
Dakota City, 9-10; Winnebago, 10-11,
Walthlll. 11-12; Craig. 12-1S-14; Wymorc.
10-11: Quids Rock, 11-13; Franklin. 12-13,
Naponee, 13-14; Hubbell, 14; Prairie Hem
church, 16; Gibbon. 17; Wood Itlver, 17-1S.
Hampton, 1S-19; Waco, 19-20; Peru, 16-I"t
Urock, 17-18; Dunbar, 18-19; Syracuse. 19
20; Palmyra. 20-21; Tekamah county
church, 17-18; Ilosalle. 19; Macey, 2Q;
Johnson, 23-24-23; Humboldt, 25-16; Ster
ling, 28; Adams, 27; Firth. 28; Cortland,
27-28! Keystone, 24; Lewellen, 23; Uaco,
28; Broadwater. 27.
Short couraes; Newman Orove, 2-7;
Qresham, 9-14; Ansley, 16-20; Mlnden, 23-27.
Less Meat if Kidneys Hurt or
You're Backachy and Rheumatic
Meat forms uric add, which
clogs Kidneys; causes Rheu
matism and irritates Bladder.
If you must havo your meat every day,
eat It, but flush your kldneya with salts
occasionally, says a noted authority who
tolls us that moat forms urlo add which
almost paralyses the kidneys In their ef
tnrt in -itrvl it from the blood. They
become sluggish and weaken, then you
suffer with a dull misery in tno waney
region, sharp pains In tho back or alek
headache, dlsslnesa, your stomach sours,
tongue Is coated and when tho weather
Is bad you hav rheumaUo twlngaa. Tho
urlno gets cloudy, full of sediment, the
channels often get sore and irritated,
obliging you to seek relief two or threo
times during the night.
To neutralise theaa Irritating adds, to
cleanse tho kidneys and flush off th
body's urinous waste get four ounces ot
J ad Salts from any pharmacy here:
take a tableepoonfut In a glass of water
betora breakfast for a few days and
your kldneya will then act fins. This
famous salts is made from the add of
grapes and lemon Juice, combined with
llthla, and hu been used for generations
to flush and stimulate alugglah kidneys,
also to neutralise the add a In urine, ao
It no longer Irritates, thus ending bladder
Jad Balls Is Inexpensive; cannot in
jure, and makes a delightful efferveeceat
llthta-watir drlnkv AdvefjUaeaiant.
If the Beer Contumera of Omaha Realize That
Stars and Stripes
, Bottled Beer
Ib llrowcd ami Bottled in ono of the most Sanitary and Modern
Urowcrlcs lu the United States, they will not hesitate to have this
excellent Ilccr In their homes ia preference to any other.
BREWED MY THE
Willow Springs Brewing Co.
Oiiice 118 No. 15th St. lHiivSVS.
Consumers, Phone Your Orders to Douglas 2108
or Douglas 1306.
122-24 North Fifteenth Street.
To California, Washington
Oregon, British Columbia
Utah, Southern Idaho
To Central Montana
ONE WAY FROM OMAHA
March 15 to April 15, 1914.
THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPERS TO THE COAST
f 4:10 p. m.: Through tourist sleepors ovcry day to Los Angeles,
via Penvor and Scenic Colorado. Personally conducted on
Wednesdays and Saturdays.
4:10 p. m.: Through tourist sleeper service every day to San
Froncisco, vin Scenic Colorado through the Irand Canyon of
tho Feather Itiver. Personally conducted on Wednesdays and
SOUTH ERN f 4:10 p. m.: Through tourist sleeper service every day to Los
j iingoies, vm ait. jjuuc, occnio joioraao ana vcsan rToncisco.
Personally conducted Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
r4:10 p. m. TJirough tourist sleepers every day, via Billiugs
J and direct Northwest main lino to Oregon, .Idaho and Wash-tington.
11:35 p. m.: Through tourist sleopers every day, via Billings
to Great Northern territory, Spokane and Puget Sound.
We will quota through rates and secure your berth in any ot
the through tourist sleepers over the Burlington
J. B. REYNOLDS. C. P. A.
1502 Farnam Street Tel. Douglas 1238
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