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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1914)
No Evening Is a Dull
One Where There Is a
V1CTR0LA or GRAF0N0LA
Imported black cotton nnd
lisle, broken assortment of aftc
and 50c qualities, all -t r
sixes but 10, pnir IJ7C
40 inches wide, in all tho moat
popular nbauea and white, spe
cial values, por
Wodnr-miny, t'Vliniitrr 4, 1014.
.Sixteenth and Ilnrncy fits.
TjIEBEE: OMAHA. WKDNESim VVAim AltY , 1014
It is so ensy to buy n Victrola or
Grafonoln that no home need bp -without
$1 a Week is alt you need to pav.
Many different styles to select from.
Prices $15.00 to $200.00
.Remember, this is the only store in
the city whero you con comparo the
Victor Victrola and Columbia Grafort
ola side by side. We carry a complete
assortment of both Victor and Colum
Records sent to your home, on ap-
Tlctroln jrj.ll prOVal.
oak, 9iou vj yrcc Concerts every hour.
Sciimoller & Mueller SB 'mm s..
Oldest Piano House in the West. Established 1859.
BRIEF CITY NEWS I AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Xura Root Print It .Now Deacon I'rsss.
l4fe Inn.? Yts. Feun Mutual, aoulft.
"iJIectrte Supplies nurscta-aranJen Co.
' Fidelity 8tom?a and Van Co, P. t5l.
' Rted rined for Speeding Harry Reed,
Tvcnty-seeond nnd Burdetto streets, was
fjflod 3 and costs In potlco court for c
Medina: tho speed limit on a motorcycle.
State Bank of Omaha t per cent paid
on time deposits; 3 per cent paid on sav
ings aceounto. All deposits In this liank
are protected by the depositors guaran
tee fund of tho state of Nebraska,
.To Hold civil Service Examinations
A number of civil jcfvlce o.xnmlnutlons
hre to 'bo held In Omaha nnd other cities
(hurlnff th$. next five months. Tho examl
iintfon for railway mall clerics will bo
hfcld on February 21.
"tCnrka'a Dtath Accidental That G, X.
lurke, who was found asphyxiated In a
fchalr at the sldo of a small gaa stove at
jlJIS Cass street. Monday mornlns. met
, death accidentally Is tho verdict returned
by' a coroner's Jury. No funeral arrange
ments have yet been made. '
"To Buy ITew Hose city Purchasing
.tgent nichard Clrolto lias been desig
nated by the city commission to tabulate
blds on 10,000 feet of now flro hose which
Ol(y Commissioner b, II. Wlthncll will
purchase to replace wornout hoso now
In uso in tho flro department
Rosenblatt Oct! City Contracts A
Sood many of the contracts, for furnish
ing coal to tho publlo bulidlnes In .Omaha
this year have been awarded to tho
Rosenblatt Coal company. That concern
ivlll keep the bin full at tho City hall,
'lty Jn!l. fire departments, public library,
Detention" hospital, iTmertxncy lionnltal,
(ithePTiiVinlclpal coal users.
- 'A-. SZZt . iit : '
S .Orifra' fiicU Ilendnohc Anar.
ABtnlliilcIfdieadache 'cured by Wins
D"r, KlnB's.New lJftv Pills rcgulavly: keep
HVer .and bowelf. In healthy condition.
SSo.. All urusglstS.-Advertlstthenl.
Fling Gives Sketch
of Count di Oavour's
Dr. P. M. Fling lectured pn Cpunt dl
CavoUr and his efforts toward tho estab
lishment of tho Italian union yesterday
afternoon at tho hlsh school auditorium.
Kxpluinlns the delicacy of tho situation
which existod prior tq 1SS), Dr. F, It.
I'UnB told of how tho external Influonces
wero 'welded together ahd the Internal
forces combined through the generalship
of Cavour. then minister. He declared
that the minister finally worked himself
ib. death, carrying besides his pwp, the
burden of responsibility" of some 'five or
six other ministers
The next.of the lectures-given by Dr. F,
jdj; Fling will b given on February Itf,
Instead of February; 0, as formerly an
'nounced. That will "be tho last of the
I'icstnt series of lectures.
Mayor Said to Have Declared Game
at Twenty-Fourth and Q.
J. W. MURPHY OWNER OF PLACE
City Attorncr Mnrphy Snya Will
.Trcscoutr- If Jlrtyor Will Srrnr
to Complaint Oivnor Kuans
' of SA Cnmaunff.
Irritably commenting upon a news nr
tlclo yesterday, Mayor iloctor Is quoted
as saying that the only gambling houso
ho knew of was In a building at Twenty-
fourth and Q streets owned by J. W.
Murphy. Tho placa has bepn run as a
pool hall for some tlmo and It Is raid
that a game operated there for pome time.
Dut several weeks ago, duo to the In
fluence of church people In the south-
cast section of the town, tho gambling
wab cut out, It Is asserted.
When tho matter was communtcatd t6
City Attorney II. C. Murphy yesterday
he stated: "If tho mayor has knowledge
of such law violations It seems to me that
It Is Incumbent upon him to get busy
and prosecute the place If he will swear
to the complaint I will file It and prose
cute the case."
Fred echmldt. the proprietor of the
place, said last night, ''There 1 no game
J. w. Murphy, owner of tho building,
said, "I am not called upon to police tho
city. If tho, mayor knows of any vio
lation); In any property owned by mo
or anyone elBe It Is up to htm to en
force tho law, I know of no gambling
lh my property.". J, V". Murphy 'is a
owner and Is highly respected.
Student l.nnk Concentration.
, "Frqm actu.a Investigation. I find that
many students In tho high' school apply
themselves Intensely to their Studies
about ten minutes out of a forty-five-mlnutd
period,' stattd rM 8. 1 Mooro
of the Houtli Omaha High school at a
masij meeting yesterday forenoon. Prin
cipal Mooro said that the pupils wero
mostly Interested tn netting through
echool, and that with the least possible
exertion. Ho said that lack of applica
tion and concentration was tliu causa of
tho flunks and low grades. .The speaker
snld that out of a fotty-flve-mlnute
study period It took tho pupil twenty
minutes to get settled and fifteen mln
uUb to get ready for lecltatton. The
other1 ten minutes wero spent on Oio
Plans for a 10,000 five-story modern
hotel, facing the O stroct viaduct, are
prepared nd E. M, Eckman, owner of
the lani, has announced that tho build
ing operations will begin soon. A hotel,
modern, and convenient to the l)nton
tftock yards, has heon projected for
Ions June. The new building will cover
a spoco. 40 by M fect, and will bo five
Dtorles hlBh, Tho lower floor will be
used as offices by tho Eckman company.
CnvanaaKti 'Wins Ret.
Uccause he kept his eyea open to lit-
Those Who Rely on
tho great home remedy which has proved its power to
relieve safely and speedily the minor ailments arising
from defective 'or irregular action of the organs of
digestion, find themselves opared hours of suffering
apd able to ward off tho attacks of serious sicknesss.
BEECH AM'S PILLS
never disappoint those who take them. They help tho
digestion, stimulate the liver, clear the kidneys and regu
late tho bowels. By purifying the blood they increase
cheerfulness and create confidence. As actions depend
on health and strength, those who know Beechara'a rills
, Bold everrwhtre. ' boict, 10c.. 2Sc,
Bchm" Pilll bv lh forfeit ! o any rocdleiee In lh WetH.
A Big After-Inventory Clearing Sale of Women's
Tailored Suits, Coats and Dresses
Formerly $12.95 to $25, Your Choice Wednesday, $8.95
OW wo ronlizo that tho nbovo statement scorns liko an exaggeration, but we assuro you the garments liro hero, oxnetly as represented, ready to
back up our claim to the vory letter. All we ask is that you como and sec lor yourselt lor to sea will bo to buy.
Every garment is a late this season's stylo, broken assortments
and odd pieces on which wo nro willing to accept the loss to
clear our stocks garments that will be of splendid servicu to
you for months to como and at tho same time you benefit by
a groat reduction. Here's just an idea
Women's Suits, formerly $19.50 to $25, for $8.95
EVERY ono a desirable late model, mado of such excellent ma
terials an Borges, velvets, Bedford cords, rltqvlots nnd
opongeo, formerly priced $10.50 to $20.00, Wcdnesdny, choice..
Women's Coats, formerly $19.50 to $25, for $8.95
JUST tho Bort of coat you want for present wear nnd for mouths
to coma; tho materlnln nro plushes, Persian a cloth, houcle,
duvetyn, broadcloth, mixtures, etc., formorly $19.50 to $25.00,
Wednesday, choico ,. . . , '. .
Silk Dresses, formerly $12.95 to $25, for $8.95
MANY charming creations aro included, crepe do chino, crepo
mixtures, charmeuso and beautiful party and dancing
dreseeB of lace and chiffon, also cloth dresses of crepe, Eorges nnd
poplins, formerly $12.95 to $25, choico
Burrtis-Nash' Co. Bscond rioor.
IN THE ECONOMY BASEMENT
Tailored Suits, Coat sand Dresses
THEY'RE garments that havo been transferred from our
Clearing Houso Economy Basement for quick disposal
sonts an unusual value.
Tailored Suits, formerly $12.50 to $15.00, for $4.50 1
INCLUDING serges, worsteds, cheviots, novelty weaves, di
agonals etc., suits formerly $12,50 to $15.00, choice
Women's Coats, formerly $10 to $15, for $4.50
INCLUDING astrakhan cloth, novelty mixtures, diagonal coat
ings, broadcloths, plushes, etc., formerly $10 to $15; choice. .
Women's Dresses, formerly $7.50 to $10, for $4.50
INCLUDING serges, mixtures, ratines, velvots, etc., in black,
navy, tan, brown etc., formorly $7.50 to $10 values
aurg-Kah CO Economy Bustmcnt.
ground floor to our
and every one repro-
Burgess-Nash Oo. Everybody's Store 16th and Harney.;
;Burgess-Naah Co. Everybody's Store 16th and Harney.
FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS, CUBA, PANAMA and
all principal points in the South.
Reached quickly by tho excellent train sorviee of the
Solid steel up-to-date equipment on all trains.
Winter Tourist Tickets on sale daily.
Information and tickets at City Ticket Office., 407
South ICith St., City National Bank Bldg., Tel, I). 204.
tie thtnge. Councilman John CavanaUgh
was able to collect a bet from Ooun
cllmnn Tom Alton, who, at tho mcetlntf
asserted that there was no stOewaltc on1
tho sduth uldo of Q street from Twonty-
eoventh to Thirtieth streets. Cavanautth
won two cases of beer and the bet was
paid at once.
In order to make the city rooro InvltlnK
to travelers, Mayor Hoctor has asked
the Union Paclflo railroad company to
keep the local depot open day and nlsht.
The depot opens irtto N street uiid It has
been stated that many travelers pass up
tho MaRla City because the depot is
closed at night A conference between
the Union Paclflo officials apd th mayor
has been arranged fpr this afternoon.
As a result of tho agitation In tho news
papers Mayor Hoctor was able to an
nounce that the West Q street car scrv
Ico would be Increased by two additional
cars, glvlnc a schedule if ssven-mlnuto
service Instead of 10-mlnuta service. Tho
major stated that tho present service,
was 20 minutes, but that tho stiect car
company would establish a traffic man
at Twenty-fourth and N streets to check
up tho schedule, ssrvlco and traffic on
the Q street line.
For Improvements on the library propi
erty the Library board last night mado
a demand for K1.52. Qus Kcdgren asked
the city council to reimburse him for $
tax receipt Investment, which he al
leges was lost through the negligence of
a former city clerk.
Beaten Dp n Rnluou.
rete Ulnkle and Al Iltnkle. two
brothers residing at. SSS South Twentieth
street, are laid Up as the result of a beat
ing which they assert was administered to
them Sunday afternooh at Z o'clock In
the saloon of Louis KVasnKka at 2(1: Q
street. Teto lllnkle was so eeverely beaten
that ha had to be attended by a doctor.
Tho cane tvas placed lh the hands of
Attorney Dean Wnger yesterday and It
Is probable complaints Win be fuea.
The Utilities were released from Jail
Sunday after being arrested for being
drunls Saturday night. On Sunday they
claim that they went to the saloon of
Kvasnu'ka on Invitation of a friend. It
ts asserted that the attack was made
after an argument with the proprietor of
the place. The Hlnkles say that eight
or ten men were In the saloon at the
''Oh, they were Just switches, and 1
2lc! not bring them along." testified To
llco Officer Joe BallaW yesterday In u
police court tilal of a fight between
Krunl: Krajnlskl and Anton Malolepsl of
Thlrtyelgth and L streets. ' The switches
It appeared were used with telling ef
fect upon the heads of the combatants
some days ago. Attorney Uenar In
sisted upon getting a description of the
'"switches." One was a broomstick about
thrco feet long and the" other was said
to be ven more substantial than the
"Some switch" commented the atJ
lUrtnett TaUeu III.
Councilman Henry Hartnctt, widely
known and respected among the poli
ticians of South Omaha, wait taken 111
yesterday evening after a committee meet
ing at the city hall, lie wan accompanied
home, whern hU condition grew worx.
Phyxlclans were called and at u late hour
last night he was said to he In a stIou.
condition. Hartnett has served two terms
In the city council from the Seventh
ward. Ho has won tho reputation of
being honest and devoted to the InterrtHK
of the sinal' home owners and laboring
clement, regardless of party-
SoiHU Onmlin UoitIits.
1 JETTBIVS OLD AOH.
t. Id. Sfi. Total.
I Keller ID m 177 MT
t'hadd 172 1W W) MS
i Drlggs 14S 178 1M im
l'ctarsoa . U) 171 lO 7
Kltxgeruld 108 1SI in 514
Totals MB 908 S SM
STOC1C YARDS NATIONAL HANK.
1st. Id. 3d. Total.
Vnnco ....v..... ITS JC8 118 4W
Pcska 12.'. us 121 :r,i
kiuk , us ir.n its noo
Straw JM IBS 1H 465
Dyck 100 200 ICS S2S
Totals 736 SOS 673
Handicap 37 37 37
Totals 7S 815 71 StTsSS
UNCI.U SAM'8 VKT8..
let. 21. fid. Total.
Snord .' J60 123 Vtt 451
Rmcrson .128 Hi IM 23
Crown IB.'. 181 1M .(
Klnkn 1W 137 HU 4()J
Thomas KB 1.".7 179 4!
Totals : S4t 747 80S
Handicap 42, 12 li
Totals 883 781 So 2s5
1st. 2d. 31. Total.
I'rltcher 218 188 148 518
Coolov 1SS 170 192 MO
l-'IroHtono 207 182 lfll 5
Kennedy ma 170 171 Ml
Laplnskl 173 KM tW 487
Totals &73 874 855 2U7
3Iiik1 City (iiiicsiii.
Henry Kalhorn it Kort Worth, Tex..
Is the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Murtm
Tilta. V. II. Wvmun Is tho auest of
friends and rclalvcs In Denver for a
Offlco space for rent In Bee office, 2318
X street. Terms reasonable. Well known
location, Tel. Bouth 27.
The Willing Workers of tho First
Christian church will give a tea at tho
homo of Mrs Oscar Hodgcns, 1220 North
Twenty-eighth street, Vednesdny after
noon at 2 oMock. Mrs. Hamilton will be
Mrs. Hutchlns, formerly 'Miss Oosney
of this olty. la reported seriously 111 nt
her homo In Los Angeles, Cnl.
fit. Mary'e Court, Catholic Order of
Foresters, will oolcbrate tho clovonth
anniversary of tho court next week.
Frank Fndll, aged 0 yen in. tiled last
night nt his rcsldonce, 3C18 T Ntreet. Ho Is
survived by two sons and two daughters.
Funural arrangements will be mado later.
While Frank Kocdrlnlh and his wire
wero away Sunday night their residence
at Twenty-first and U streets was en
tered ana robbed. Tho thieves got 20
cents In money, but they destroyed prop
erty to tho Value of 100.
The body of Francis Peterspn, vho died
at Tucson, Aria., arrived thlH morning.
Tho funeral will be held from hln resi
dence at 1410 Joffernon strcot, Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Uov. J. W, Kirk
Patrick officiating, liurlul In I.aurol Hill
For tho second ;lmo In two months tho
residence of A. A. Wright at Nineteenth
and M Mroets wao made the point of
burglar attack last night. Qoorga Wright,
a son of the owner, heard some sus
picious sounds In the basement and hur
ried down to Investigate. Tho burglars
heard him coming and mado tholr get
away. They were trying to pry open
the busement doors.
, A birthday surprise party was tendered
Miss Hnioi 12. itubln Saturday evening
at her home, 902 North Sixteenth street
Tho evening was pleasantly spent with
games .and music; prises being won by
Mr, and Mrs. John ICngtcn. Tltoso pres
ent were: MIsbm Anna Fluor, Alta IS.
LVnn Irenn Itubln. Sclma I.uebbe, Ad
eline C. Itubln. Marjorle Smith, Olive
Ijynn and Emma Illoss; Messrs. Will
Rubin. Charles Miller, Will Wohncr,
Arthur Luebbe. Herbert Llnd, Will lynni
Mrs. Carrie Itubln and Mr. and Mrs.
Doctors Now Apee
On Eczema Remedy
Ctniim the SUteHcnk Moat D. D. D. rreicriyttta
Relief for Agonizing Backache
No need, frieqd, to suffer from the frightful pain of acute back
ache, lumbago, rheumatism or sciatica. Just get a bottle of Sloan's
Liniment lay It gently on (no rubbing required) and tee bow
quickly it soothes and quiets, bringing rest and ease to aching,
twinging nerves and muscles. But be sure to get the right lini
ment there's no substitute for Shan't.
Geo. T. nlehardson. M.ttt In my
opinion D. D. D. stiouH be applied tn
ail cases of skin disease an Immedi
ate roller to the itch, ft calm to ex
cited nerves, aoft, aoothlnsr, yet a pow
erful airent, a strength to the general
Dr. Unna Holmea: "D. D. Z. la aa
near a specldo for ecsema and tnft
dreaded psoriasis aa In quinine for ma
laria. I constantly prescribe V. D. D.
SI so for palt rheum, tetter, barber'a
oh, pimples, all forma of itchlnrerup
ons, scales, sores."
Dr. Ira T. Qabbert! "I freely admit
that D. D. D. reachea cases, and per
JnanenUy cures them, mora efficacious
y than mine."
Dr. Oabbert'a words are of special
significance. He la known aa one1 of
the first akin apeetaiista tn the atata
at Kansas. .Wrlta t hl. Sr. Ira T.
Oabbert. calawall, Xaita.
.If you ara (UfectsA with aay akin
blemish, even th slightest, or a teas
porary rash, try X. D. D. taMf.
Use (t accordlnar t6 Alrectloas.
Notice how. the akin ta cool4,
soothed, smoothed, refreshed the In
atant this llauld fa used.
Then contlnuo with the simple waS.
end watch your cure.
All druggists handle D. D. P. Comet
to ua and wo will tell you of the mar
velous efficiency of this remedy us well
as the D D, D. Skin Soap, we ORr
the first full bIm bottle on U ciaar
an tee that unless it does waat t
claimed, it coeta yott netala. .
Mhorinan Si McConnell Drug Co., four
D.D.D. Soap Keeps Your Skin Heathy
is also good for
Croup pr Colic Headache
Stiff Keck, etc.
BBBsflsfl JSSafc. stil
Mr. J. W. fitewurt, ltl Chp St.. Cincin
nati, O.. writes; ' I had been suffering- with
aclaue rheumatism for fourteen months and
had utrd ererythlng I eer heard of. I beran
te think there was no help for rue. hut hearing
of loan's liniment, bought one Sic. bottle,
ne1 It. and sot relief In three day. I havo
naod tbreo bottles and nerer felt better la my
S4ama Bftfilrar lia
Mr. John Pattoou, tii Dulder St. Atlanta,
Ga.. wrlU " fell and hurt my back and It
pained a rood deal. I undone t Kittle of yonr
Sloan'a Ijolment and It stopped the pale. It
la the beat i ever UMd."
At all ileakrs. Price, 25c BQe.ae4Si.0t
M.EMH.S. UMH, rae. Better), Kass.
TIRES and ACCESSORIES
Nebraska Bulclc Auto Oompaay,
Lse Huff Mgr. 19X2-144(3 FarnaM ml
Cadillac Company of Omaha,
G. T. Rein. Pres. 2064-6-8 Farnam Street.
Marion Aut'o Company,
C. W. McDonald. 210 Famam gtrt,
AXWELL- . ;
Maxwell Motor Sales Corporation,
205-207 State Bank ."Buildijig.
Van Brunt Automobile Company,
i 2010 Farnara St., Omaha. 18-20-22 4th St., Couhcil Bluffs,
Van Brunt Automobile Company,
i 2010 Farnam St., Omaha. 18-20-22 4th St., Council Bluffs.
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. R. Wilson Auto Company,
2429 Farnam StrMC
Sa a la ssaBk. si aaw I M
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i zuiu arnam &i umana iq-zu- oxn ml,, uauatu Binlrs.
A mild treatment, that cures Piles, 1'jstula and other Rectal disease (n a short
time, without a surgical operation. No Chloroform, Ether or other general anast
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to be paid until cured. Write for book on Rectal Diseases, with testimonials.
"R. TARRY Baa Building-Omaha.
Marion Auto Co,,
0, W. McDonald. 2101 Farnam IttMs,
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