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THE BEE: OMAHA. !'! I PAY. nt TOlM'.ii 1C 1314.
AFFAIRS ATJODTH OMAHA; Officers Class 1915 of Omaha High School LEAVES MONEY TO EAGLES
Gypiy Band Decides to Leare Thii
Clime for California.
WERE TO FIGHT FORCE BY CITY !
Ckfaf Mitchell trHr4 at llrrlnloii
That ThU I Ho.pHatil
Urn and Will Depart
Thursda.T, October 1.. 101 1.
8TtUK XKWS 1X)U FRIDAY.
loth and Hamry Streets.
A Marvelous Sale of
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i - i ; x
rypty band which ha ma It'1 -y'
it Thirtieth and T trvt anr t p) -
han ratierri the authorities no enS j 1 '
yane durlnr th last week, hn.i K s
ore Interest l apparent J . "l or ,nP M,t (,r''""
her. in America than 1 " ;'"lroh- , Vl' MU" Ml
Hfchmnn fpend'n Aeverrl lv
Th rypty band which
dacMJ quietly to fold itt fm and t
awajr to nnny ratlfornla. acvorfling tn j
Chief Mitchell of the trib.. When Act- t
lit Chief Olllln falkd on the. colony to J
hurry them nn their way he dlaoevered
Oiey hd employed an attorney to fight '
their forcible ejection from the city. In- j
Kofar aa preparation are beina- mad by
the band to aecure transportation, th.y I
will be unmniertKi. The Httorney elated
that a number of freight earn would con
vey the nomadn westward.
tvy Return Prom hrMid.
Max Lr. head of the Levy Furniture
company, has returned home a'ter a
three-monthe' trip In Knrcne. Tie trt
rvwt of his time abroad In Germany and !
T"n ln m j - 11 . i . .... . 1
mi. no me inp to non.na
when foreigners were ordered out of Gr.
many after war Has declared. Mr. Levy
iaiea that more
about the war
Chief Haaburg eornpl'mented the sinter!
of Bt rrancia e,-hool highly for the man
ner In 'Which they martlaled out 600 pupil
when the building caught fire Bunday. He
declared it to be a fine example of aa
tematlo fire drill, and one of the best
ohtMtiona he had ever witnessed,
niarh Beef rrire.
Baby Vef took some high flighta at the
rtook yards, when two loada of forty-one
'h:pPM n'r y r- E. Slaughter
of cThetby.lv. Kid for $10.50 per hundred
weight This is one. of the biggest price,
paid here In a long while. The shipment
waa handled by Byer Bros. A Co.
' Ca.i, dtlr.
Tha traslnee. men's association are
wrathy ever the fact that some peddlers
are working in South Omaha without a
license, also over the statement that
Mayor .Hector has received partial pay
ments on at atimber, of licenses until the
fun amount Is. paid. Seme action will be
taken soon to nullify the activities of all
peddlers who have not compiled with the
pence Wo Imp rave 4.
The condition of William Resehke is
oonslderabiy improved, according to a re
port from the South Omaha hospital, but
slight hope is held oot for Arthur Spent
Tr. Humpal and Dr. Shannan were in
ooneultatloB with Dr. Dwyer of Omaha
yesterday afternoon over the case.
. Woman Hay Recover.
Mrs. Nasforla Glupalyi, who was shot
and dangerously wounded by her hus
hand, John, at their home. Jtf6 X street.
Tuesday night, la reported to be resting
eas'ly. A slight hot for reooverev Is
held out by those attending her case".
Fwaeral of Mr. Ifke.
. WUllam J. Ifke, aged 67 jar. a mem
hor of one of the wealthiest families of
Sarpy oounty. wjio tiled recently In the
."jo nospuai at Rocheater. Minn., win T fh. valine f Th.
be burled from Union church, three miles i rert a statement made in laet evening's
ojth of South Omaha. Thursday after-J pen that Mrs. Joseph Tolcar gare up her
noon at I o'clock. Interment will take sitting in All Snlnts chun h because of
i'm.o ratiM iixe remtery: He is sur- the rector s views on "woman suffrage.
viv, Dy reen brothers, two alMtpr. his! This la not correct. Mrs. Polrar wrot
w .dow and two children. Ho hd lived J the t.eusurer to the effoot that she would
in Harpy county r'rar.il, aiiy h 1 his lire.) sclv. i:u her sitting In order to make a
' change to another pert of the church and
artin of !
pentl'ng severcl dav with
Mra. Verlan. holplr. fnri'iulate plans for
the extension of the work throughout the
Milc ritr fiolp.
Mugi.- I'fty lodcv :N T,art!rt of tt.y
Maccabees will jnet.t lor.ii.!-.t.
Tne Ad'ih kenelntin cluh navi pot
poned t:hlr meeting till Cctolcr J3.
Cherok.e coal, ur.s rci--noil, M 2.' ; ncrcr
ed. 14.7a. Fouth 7. Howtand lmm. & foal.
Magic City lodge I-. O. O. M. will hold
the regular weekly metlntT thla evening.
Offir space for rent In Bee office. IDS
N street. Terms reasonable. '.Veil known
location. Tel. South i7. .
The eoi'.areRation of the Itler
Memorial church will hold its regular
weekly meeting tonight.
St. Martin's woman's auxiliary held
a meeting yesterday afternoon at the
pariah houef. 1'Ut J street.
The' regular meeting of Division A.
O. V..W.. will be held at the A. O. f. '.
temple this evening st eight o'lock.
Detective Andrew t-rplnskl is confin4
to his home with a bad cold, llnptnin
Pheahan is also tick and unable to be on
Nathan Vtemteln of Omaha lectured
on 'CltlMnHhti" before South Umnha
camp 21 1 l tho Woodmen of the World,
Drys Decide to Get .
Behind Merriam in .
NIGHT SCHOOL SESSIONS
- ARE TO SURT MONDAY
Xight school aesalona In the Kel'.om
nd Cormnius schools will start Monday
evening. Four nights a week. Monday,
Tuesday, Wudnosday and Thursday, the
essentials of element ary education will
be taught pupils up to H years of age.
All over M nuet have a special permit to
attend. Hours will be from 7:30 to 9:S0l
Preparations have been made to accom
modate about. 1,2X students, but If the
number entering exceeda that figure ad
ditional plans will be niade.
MRS. JOS. P0LCAR GIVES UP
SITTING TO TAKE ANOTHER
The prohibition iieople of the Scronl
congrnsslnnnl illst rirt Hre to artay them
selves behind Nathan Mcrrlain, th" pro
gressive candidate frtt. - ronirress. This
was ilec'irlivl upon .ifter th" Antl-saloou
league held numerous crnter-iiec8 oil the
matter of finding a candidate that would
be In favor of tnc constltutlon.il amend
ment for nation-wide prohibition. District
Pupcrlntnd'.nt ll'tih of the Omuha dis
trict of tho league, called a meeting of his
c nimlttee, at which meeting Merrianv
was dncided upon aa the man the prohibi
tion people would support.
"We know Mr. T.b'ck'a record pretty
well from the way he has voted In the
past on mcAsuros Involving the liquor
traffic," sali'. Superintendent Hlsh. "so It
was not reully necessary to run clear to
Washington to Interview Mm when we
sought a candidate we could support."
Abont ten days ago. when State Super
intendent Carson of the leauue was in
Omaha, he and District Superintendent
High made a personal call on T. W.
niaekburn. the republican candidate for
congress from the Second district. They
would not talk when they returned, but
let It be understood that they got no
eatiFfnctory pledge from Illm-khurn. ,
"We have satisfied ourselves now,'
said Mr. High, "that Mr. Merriam will
stand squarel; on the progressive atate
platform, and that stands for the nation
wide prohibition. The thlnt; for tho pro
hibition people to do la to throw all their
strength to Merriam."
Will of W. F. Cado&an, Who Died
Sept. 7. it Probated.
FART OF IT GOES TO AN AUNT
lt Neqeat that Dndr Be fre
mated, bat That Part of the Will
Was "ot tarried Oat, aa It
W nn 'ot Kaowa.
Although Wlllnrd F. Cadognn. I'nion
rarlfte clerk, died September 7 and was
burlrd soon afterward In an Omaha ceme
tery, hts will ha Just now been discov
ered, which requests thHt his body be
eromated. It also provides that, his es
tate. Inventoried at Sil.ttil.Kt. shall go to
Omaha Aerie No, ."W. Fraternal Order of
Kaglcs, with the exception of a be
quest to an aunt. Mrs. Jennie Miller of
(ilro. 111. A brother. J. Arthur Tucker
of Illnois. w ho is said to be quite wealthy,
is rot a beneficiary under the will.
Immediately after fadognnV death,
William H. rtarratt, I'nion raciflc freight
intent a id a friend of the deceased, waa
appointed administrator of the estate,
lie discovered the will when he searched
Cadoaan's effects. The will has now been
filed fo. probate, and Oarratt Is petition
ins for tho appointment of an executor.
fadogan waa about SO yeara old and
bad been a widower for twenty years.
He lived at the Taxton hotel. If certain
she res of stock mentioned in the Inven
tory of the estate, but without any esti
mated value, prove to be valuable, the
stat will become much greater, for
only is value without the atock 1 gtveu
In the probata records.
It has not been decided whether Cado
pan s liodr shall be exhumed and cre
mated, an hla will directs.
Four Hours After
They Are Married
Local Woman llonore.l.
St. t.uke Luthatan eh'-'rch was sig
nally honored at Uie state convention of
the Women'a Home and Foreign Mission
ary society held at Allen. ftiber f to 9.
by having Mrs. S. H. Yer'an lcied prea-
Or Stomach Pain
In Five Minutes
Four houra after their marriage, It. p.
Ramuaseii and Mrs. Rasmuwn, who
was formerly a Mra. Kyan, wrro In the
I city jail, charged with disturbing the
: i-eace oy iipiumg. roismusseit uau sev
j eral bumps on hia head, and hla wife wns
; Thry were celebrating at 17a finning
j tr"t with Mr. and Mrs. William Gray,
i when an argument arose and the fiKht
HALF HUNDRED LEAVE WHEN j uZ'ZT.
ORDERED BY THE POLICE j I'olbe Judge Foster dismissed tho case
against inra wnen no learnea mni incy
were only celebrating tho wedding.
Wbr ot Pohilah Itt
Vhn Vou want a fact to become gen
erailv known, 'the right way la to pub.
llsh it. Mra. Joseph Kalians, Peru, Ind.,
waa troubled with belching, sour stom
ach and frequent headaches. Fha writes,
"I feel It my duty to tell others what
chamberlain's Tablets have done for me.
They have helped my digestion and regu
lated my bowels. PInce using them I
have been entirely well." For sale by all
s't v.-tth a friend. T.' J. MACKAY.
F.ector of All ftalnts Ch'.irch.
Time It! In five minutes all stomach
distress will go. No indigestion, heart
burn, sourness or bflthlng of gas, acid,
or eructations of undigested food, no dir.
zinesa. bloating, foul breath or headaeho.
Tape's Dlapepsin w noted for it speed i
In regulating upset totnTchs. It la the'
kurest, quickest and most certain Indlger-
About fifty VBg'.-r.r.ts and police char
acter, went out of town yesterday when
asked by tho police to take their choice
of leaving the city or facing prosecution j
In poMce court. None of the men wanted
to lace the magistrate and all left In a
The police combed out the cheap sa
loons and lodging houaea in an effort to
put an end to the epidemic of petty
rteallnr and purse snatching.
i i i
MR. AND MRS. SHAW JUMP '
THEIR BAIL IN CHICAGO
FARM HAND FALLS FOR
' THE SAME GAME TWICE
T. '. Mitchell, f'irm laborer, told the
tion remedy in the who'e woMI, and he-! K-tht t for tho re.-or.d time within a
a'dea It is harmless. 1 car ho has bee.i victimiz'.d by the very
Millions of men and women now et ' f,'J"lc ?"'c "
their favorite food without fear they ' WediK-sday night he r.-.itcl.ed coins,
Know Pape'a Dlapepsin will save them ! 5'5,I'S od.i-i.iai-wlns'. with two tran
frora any stomach misery 1,J losl R- Wilson, arteated
'Please, for vour sake. snt . I.n.. ,i by C)?f.'er A. A. r.ich, waa identified as;
William Shaw and Mrs. William Shaw,
wanted by the police here for alleged
I theft of a dosen valuable oriental ritKf
from a local store, and for assaulting j
Jamleson of Haydcn'a, were releasei on
ball In Chicago, where they were ar
rested, and when Detectives Dunn and
Kennelly of Omaha arrived there wltn
requisition warrants they found that the
bonds had been forfeited.
The couple was arrested In Chlccgo lat
week at tho request of Omaha authori
ties, and a number of valuable rugs, pre
sumably stolen In Omaha, were found.
They obtained bond, which they forfeited.
Mr. Jainieson waa beaten up when he
attempted! to hold the man said to be.
Shaw for alleged theft of a fur coat.
Asks Pay for Delay
in Her Wedding by
Not Selling Ticket
Because the Union raciflc licket agent
at Fremont Is alleged to hnve refused to
sell Hattle 1 .arson a railroad ticket to
Grand Island, where she wanted to go to
be married October 12, she is suing the
railroad in district court for SZSOO dam
ages, alleged to have accrued from the
delay and postponement of her wedding.
She also declares In her petition that the
agent at Fremont ordered her .way and
nhueod and insulted her, alter refusing
to sell her a ticket. She says ah. is 44
yeara of age, and has suffered the am
putaMnn of both lower limb, on a
prevloua oceaalon. When she applied for
railroad passage, two -attendants were
with her, and she says another attendant
was waiting at Grand Island to asaiat
her from tho train to the bridal altar.
GET TO IT
YOU CAN'T AFFORD
TO BE VmOOT
WHIN ITXABXY sTXW T1A.KO
COSTS BUT $10.00
DOWHT AH D - S TTEM MOWTK
S-OK BUCK WEIL XJXOWM
XXAITXC8 fc BACK
Pome cost you but 8S for
the entire Piano Stool, 8carf
and e'artiiKe. Others cost
lias. $175. raoo.
one of the sure-thl:ig men. A year ao
!r. Kar.ai.s City Mitchell lot JJj by the
same r.iethod. .
e oi rape a uapepsin from any
drug stora and put your stomach right.
Don't keep on being mlserablo-lifo is too
ahort vou if. nn tnn - A. . ..
your stay agreeable, tat what yo.i 11 I?; I BYRON FEF.D COLLECTION
and digest It: enjoy tt. without dread of! RETURNED TO THE LIBRARY
rebellion In the stomach. ! nciuniitu I U I nL LIOnHn
. Papa's Dlapepsin belongs In youu hoeje :
anyway, e'hould one of the family eat
something which don't agree'wlth them,
or In case of an atlac ; of indigrution.
dyapepaia. gaatritls or stomach derarige
ment at daytime or during the night, it
la handy to give the (iiilckeat,' smest re
lief known. Advertisement.
LOCAL SHRINERS WILL
MAKE TRIP TO DES MOINES
YOU NEED AN .
The Byflon Reed coin collection, rank
ing third in th I'nited States in
point of value and complotonoM of
worth close to JiV.:"", w.is moved at noon
from tie Omaha National bair'i It the
.1 -...Kiln lll.vn... t t.oi.. ..4 I
Wtlilll.a pi.i.KV. llUl.lj. ,h III IIIJ9l.f f
pouctnieii atood guard whil? tho treasure
I was Ijelnx transferred.
i . The collection waa put into the bank
I to Insvr its snfety while, the top floor of
' the library b'4iidi.'i waa being remodeWl.
GRAND ISLAND SCHOOLS TO
CLOSE FOR THE CONVENTION
One hundred and fifty to 3rt members
of Tangier Temple, Mystic Order of the
Shrine, will go to Dea Moines on a hp--ial
train over the Rock Island next
Thursday, where they will attend a cere
monial session of Za-Oa-ZIg Temple. The
train will lie made up of sleeper" and
enrouteiwill pb-k up Shrinera from Coun
cil Bluffs and Red Oak. la.
Here t ie local Mirineia will be joined
by numbers from Lincoln, Gretna and
Tekarrah. The lies Moines meeting will
be nttc:id"d by the imperial potentate,
ho c imea fmni Rochester. N. Y.
A New Dependable
Piano Costs but 5250
On smll payments. Think of
buying a t'able-Nelaon I'lano
for only 1250. Just spend a
few nitnutes looklne over the
makes ne carrv. The orices
-uid terms will win you to
I loupe's way.
A. HOSPE CO.
1513 Douglas It.
'Personally Conducted 40 Tsars.'
COMMERCIAL CLUB WILL
ORGANIZE A GLEE CLUB
J. X, Muthfl. KftcTttBTY o the -
Constipation Qurcklv and
If you are hot here 4 ith cnnat;paL
haadaches, sallow skin, coated tongue,
bad breath, indigestion riilojarieaa, neu
ralgia and rbeumatlam, t:.i-n iox r.eed an
Tbla Is effeetively ae-iir.p1lshed by sim
ply dissolving a Ihtie ni.euniaMii 'n a
. glasa of wuler. and jo i f.ave a d-llK'i'yl 'XHREE NEW CASES OF
carbonado drin!; t.it ciens out the j niDUTUCDII inr DCDrtDTCn
atomach and Inteatlnee, elr.-inates tcs:ns UlrnlntiilA Attt ntrUnltU
j Commerf ial 'lirti e.be club ia a oa.
and. in fact, n nrohah'lity. In
V. .n- tlint i he I'.- Cu..I4ji,i I.-
0)) . ...
tivitl 's nr . over the i oinmereia; luo U
!':!. s State Teachers asa.ieia.uon w r:
! ;oat the Orand lalard a hoola will
. (. untie thee i'.vn of tie Cull-I
entior. and that all of the tether, will ! ' l" -"'"' " U:n.
IV e in sttend,.nce here. The f;ri.nd Island M ' ur Ins the fe.Uvi ,e. in
.'school ,-,,em employ, about ,,.ay rd' r that s I P,lrh give , hel, ..ten-ion
..I f." .. . - llT,..h I.V'.I-.I . l-l .W-LI. ..WT .IT".-. i;, m
1.1, ni. i - ..I. ,ii.iu"ii.
if the ar.xo-iation. de'lares tliat her
lcf ia thst over J.ft.O teacher will
tiwrmm'. for t!e organi? it:o'i of a glee
club. A eommlt'ee lias bee i ni'polnted.
1! irry Huikiey Is hu:rmaii and he is to
receive n;mea of men who Woi'd make
evatU'b'e nut-rinl for sij- h a bod..'.
and polaona and -leaves Vke Miteat'.nal
canal clesn! healths- nd aef.
Chrenlo constipation -ntned.tiv vai
ia'es when ths s ientfl'iv Mended and
ehemlfoilv t.ure carl.or.ateJ iith1 d-tnk.
nneumaeans, la uae.1.
Rheumasalts eoni irr no ralr.nel or ,
ether r.n, rous ?rJ;. tt la a pui ks a ;
naiurl Uxalive lt fvn th mineral
bfriBus. It net. on th Sovie. t-er hnd !
kldneye ilIc kly a iti on- :-l, ,g or r .,-
.M. It is a uric eeid . ir.; a !! as
a amlir.e ia.:iit.v. Ii ! dlldoi:s to take
Ask your druggist lor about tivu eun-es '
af Roe'ir.jaMiia . 'tin io tca.to:ifula
" vi .i.er ifii'io uiibl ea1 n
a-ornu.g. After yuu have taken Rhaurr.a
aalta a few morninga. the pleasant i
aulta will aurprlae you.
..Jt-hsumaaaite is prepared by the famous
". anlia aiina.
Three more eaies oi rirphtberU have'
been rapertel to Hie IUjoiJ of Health. All!
of the casea are mild an Dcattered. hoiv
aver, and are of the u,ui olriable nature
lesultiiig from the . linratK conditions of
this tlm of the year. The cs-ta reported
are Vervn Feiitei, 13C-; South Konrtn
street. l iM' ho!., I21.t" ?iv.ti Ko irteenlh
(trct. d i"hes:er lloieoinb. Call- J
firn's t r e. i
t naMtaatloa i area.
Jo' .ii huso;.: of gun bury. Ia-. writea:
"Dr. Klnl'a New Ufe nils at the beat
Pill for constipation." Jiv. All drug
gists. Advet Usement.
TWO PERSONAL INJURY
CASES ARE NOW ON TRIAL
Trial of two i.eroial Injurv kuiir
againut corporatl m.' bs teen .iatd
in dlHtriet I'ourl. J :eph Mason Is suing
thy Cudahy Packing company lor
for Injurlaa allegid to 'nave r s..l"d from
a fall of a forty-foot a affold white
working at .eypmur lae. Andrew P.
Johnson suing the Charles W. fjlndele
eomrany and t'rarles likstrand. its fore
man. for tj,.(i0 alleging that be sus
tained aerioua Injuries from falling off a
roof while working for that company on
the new Northwestern freight bouse.
Pimpkt and blackheads dis
appear, red, rough, blotchy com
plexions become clean, clear and
velvety, and hair health and
beauty are aided by the regular
use of Reninol Soap. It does its
work easily, quickly and at Nttle
The soothing. Malm leg Inf laenee that
makes thu aowlbU is lha liaaiaoi which
this Map cuniains and which phynlclaaa
hma pr cnbxl for rears la the cars af
akia and scalp troubles. Bald by all dasWa
in toilet gooda. Pnr aaniple fraa. wriU
to Dept. t-r, Kuairua. iialtinMra. Md.
STARTS FRIDAY MORNING
A Sale That Is Really Sensational An Offering That
Stands Out Without a Parallel for Value Giving
nHE reason! We have planned our opening of new winter millin
A cry Monday and not a. single hat that has ever been shown will
bo included. This is tho determination and we will accomplish tho
result. Therefore we offer beginning Friday morning.
Every Trimmed and Untrimmed Hat in Our
Millinery Section Together With a Big Pur
chase All' Must Go Before Saturday Night
It's imposMblo for us k toll you tho oxtiui.-uto boautv of thoso hata. You must
romo nml sop for yomvolf hut lot us cmphasizo tho fact that they are all now and
desirable stylos, trimmed iu the most bcoomiiig ways.
OUR ENTIRE STOCK of TRIMMED HATS
TO GO FRIDAY AT A BIG SACRIFICE
In a wonderful "assortment;
formerly $3.98 to $7.50; your
Beautiful new creations
that are marked $10,00 to
Pattern hats, individual
hnd exclusivo in designs;
marked $25 and $35, at
, "" ""
Our Entire Stock of Untrimmed
Hats, worth S3.98 to $10 choice at
A NOTABLE OFFERING! Notable because of this won
derful sale of ONLY our highest class untrimmed shapes.
Many hand-blocked Lyons Velvet Hats, formerly been selling
at $7.50 and $10.00 are in this assortment. Tlie very finest"
quality silk velvet sailors, the very latest soft crown effect,
the newest turbans not one hat but usually sells for at least
$3.98, at . . '. ".
$2.98 to $4.00 Ostrich Plumes, 98c
Beautiful new French ostrich plumes. In
black, white and tho new shades. Regular
price $2.98 to $4.00, choice Friday at
Flowers and Fancy Feathers
79c French Roses,
New small French rosea
in the new shade ef
fects; regular aa
price 75c, sale AM tf
pri'M, choice. . .
98c to $1.29 American
Beauty Roses 69c
American Beauty roses
single and clusters; reg
ular price 98c
to $i.'jn, sale hMr
W S X
$1.48 to $2.98 Burnt
New burnt ostrich stick
ups in white and all the
best colors; regu- r
lar price $1.48 to
$1.98, sale price..
REMEMBER THE SALE STARTS FRIDAY, 8:30 A. M.
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