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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1914)
Ttr Simply l'lng a Stuart's I'j'ivp-
sia TaMet A ft or Any Meal
Yon Vnt fo Fat.
It sounds almost ridiculous to think
Of rutin a M meal without rain and
discomfort rternntf!. doesn't It? Well,
try thin simple remedy sn,i rtfrnnnnrtK
its truth. Von know tliat 12 tuep a
Jurv) deride tli lew of our land. Nut
only hsve 12 men O. K.'d Muerl s Dys
pepsia Tablet, hot hundrds of thous
ands aa well.
CITY WILL N0TBR00K DELAY
Council Tells McGo-tern It Will Back
Him Against Contractors.
PAVING JOBS BEII70 HELD UP
outran ton AaaeM TT Are '
A Me to Get Material -Marpsjy
C.I Tea I'ntlt Tbindir
A merer. .
"What do t rare about hl meal? A
little Stuart's imrepsla Tablat will dl
t it easily for mo."
Just think! me InKredient r rifiliied
In Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets nlll (Hgnst
3.100 ttmea Its weirdt In food.
Doesn't tli i tell on tnnt micli !! lo
your body mean relieving unr distress
What the thousand are dully doln
vou -n surely do. Kvery romllUon f
etomnrh and itlsewtlve tro.ibles liss been
relieved bv i'tuitrt'a Dyspepsia Tablets.
They have be.'M tested and tiled for
ais. Thev are, thin nation great. t
dvspepala remedy. They are eold where
ever ilruKi ara eold. Purely thla man.
Tier of proof la ajl you nerd to know
hat courae to puraue.
If anv man ran prepare a better retri
ed v than Hluart's liyap.-'psln Tublits ha
can make mllllona of dollars, la thera
a better one?
Why not um the hint to awaken your
rommnn aenae and make you go to your
tirugarlst today and buy a box. To any
one wishing a free trial of theae tablets
rleaae address F. A. Btuart Co., 150
Stuart Hlrtg., Marshall, Mich., and 5
mall sample package will be mBUed
Attempts to delay rity paving contracts
until next spring because rity Commis
sioner Thoraaa MrOovem la "too Insistent
that good material he uaed." have
reached such a crl.de that the rity coun
cil haa told Commissioner McGovern they
will bark him up In forfeiture! of con
tract bond a or any other mraure he de
al re a to enforce.
"All the trouble haa come about be
cause MKJrvern forcei the contractor!
to live tip to every contract clause," aald
Assistant fit jr Attorney 1- J. To Poet.
"The attempt to put off all work la done
because the rontrartnrs think they may
get hit easier man In office In esse Mr-
ivern la defeated at the rprlng elec
tion" Contractor, through their attorncva,
tr.ave put up every excue for delaying
laving work, but the rity commissioners
have found none of theae excuses valid.
One of the paving Jols upon which no
work haa been done alnce the contrart
waa iet Atigust 18 la lonvenworth from
Forty-fourth to Forty-eighth afreet. I
Commissioner McGovern haa notified the
contractor, Hugh Murphy,
steps are taken bv Thursday o bej-ln
thla work the bond will be forfeited,
hlda will be advertised for and the con
tract let to another contractor.
It rick mock Condemned.
It) this taste Murphy expluliicd that lie
could not aecuro brb:k fiuin the Purlng
ton Crick llkirk cosnpany, but f'ommla
aloner MctJovoin aald other cities In Ne
braska wire aeruihie thla brick without
delay. Me bellev?d the fact that eleven
carloada of Purlngton brirk tdork had
been condemned waa largely reaponalble
for the delay In ihlpmenta.
City Commlaaioner an B. Duller aug-
gcated that the I'ltrlngton brick be ex
cluded from the city apeclflcattom If
they Inalated on holding back ihlpmenta.
Commlaaioner McOovern aald It would
be neceaaary to change the charter be
fore thla could be done, but that he had
recourse to the contractor", who would
be dealt with aeveroly If they continued
their preaent tactlra.
Commlaaioner McOovern haa " been
taken to task by the city council aeveral
timea liecauae property ownera have
complained that their paving Is being
unneonsaartty delayed. McOovern haa
explained In detail the aeveral Job being
delayed and how It haa been next to Itn-
poaalble to keep the work going.
French and English
Still Buy Horses for'
Shipment to Europe
The flrat Mg consignment of horse
bought for the war lone of Eurpoe and
ahlpped out from 8011th Omaha, haa
gone forward, having been taken out by
the Northwestern on a special train.
There were i of the anlmala and all
were bought for the French government.
From here they go to Chicago, thence
Into Canada to be loaded at Quebec for
the ocean voyage.
Horse btiyera are atlll In Pomh Omaha
and are picking up everything In the
horse line that will pasa muster. "fhe
French buyers have gone farther west,
but the English horae experts are taking
all of the good horaea that are offered
on the market. It la aaaerted 'that as
high aa fc'3 have been paid for some of
the anlmala, bnt the majority of them
have been bought at from $1.7) to $175
FAYOR CHICAGO DISTRICT I."",
Against Kansas City.
WHUOH TO ARGUE THE CASE
b nt In 1o the
ral banking board this week. I.aler.
JuOgc W. D. McHugh, representing the ,
Omaha Bankers Still Making Fight Vinkers of Nebraska and Wyoming, will 1
go to Washington and preaent the argu
ments In aurport of their request that
the Omaha territory be transferred to
the Chicago district
Regarding the mall distribution, tha
ir.ap shows that there are twenty through
malls, threa local malls and eighteen
other malls each day between Omaha
and Chicago, and only six through and
six local malls each day between Omaha
and Kansaa City. ,
As tha average daily weight of mail
between Omaha and Chicago la ai,4M
pounds, and between Omaha and Kansas
City Is only 43,743 pounda, only one
eighth aa much, the mall dlstrubutlon
la expected to prove a strong argument
In the reserve bank matter, as mails ara
always recognised aa strong factors la
showing the trend of business.
Greatest Overcoat UalucsShownin Years
Parrtah Pre pa re a a Maa akawlaai
How Mark More Baalaraaa
Omaha Dora Ttltk t hlcaao
Tkaa with Kanaaa f lty.
I will Give 500
la sulferera fraai mIiihi or those wboM htarlns
Is troubllni thsn ta anr I will tbM
valubl treMmenis nhout a c-cnl ft rhrg et
an' mrt, aaa 1 aat erroi who t tf t f'
iHiirMr mi'i ala4lr wel.-om to this lift
fur aearly a snanet at a remurr I've ba
Mudrlns and curing tallies aul air lr'mn,
faaaou IhrovitMiul tlw rounirjr tar IU U' ". I
in mult of iatmn amuuni ot iudr and
itntiftc invmisHtiuo. 1 aia ar IBM
IWijim trsalnifDia re, at rat kBea la y
lt. tana I Miw-i II ' my a'iiy !. air.
1e t a;r freann ee well n mv VnnwHui .'"Lar
tt'low Tnt'B. '
to Be Theater Guests
of George Brandeis
George Brandeis, manrger of the Bran
dels scores, haa arranged a treat for all
the employee of the stores. He will give
a huge theater party to which all are
.. , ... ...Invited to see "Heady Money," which la
neing presented mis weK at me Ameri
can theater by the Woodward flto-k oorq
pany. Thla big theater prty will extend
over more than one night, that th! regu
Inr patrons of the theater may not be
crowded nut, aa the employee ot the
Brandeis atorea woul-J m re than fill the
theater If they all went on one evening.
fo, Mr. Ilrandela had arranged for 2!K to
u laat evening und tho remainder to be
divided over the rest of the week until
all have seen the play.
Aa an argument tn favor of placing
Omaha in the Chicago Instead of the
Kanaaa City federal reserve banking
district, a map has been prepared by E.
V. Farrish of the publicity bureau. It
shows the relative distribution ot the
Omaha terrllory'a mall between Chicago
and Kansas City.
The map will be Included In the collec
Omaha Cafiap of the
Modern Woodmen to
Omaha camp No. 120, Modern Woodmen
of America, will celebrate tho twenty
ninth anniversary of the founding of
tha camp thla evening. An Invl
vltatlon has been extended to all Its
members to be present on thla occasion
at their lodge rooms. A number of the
charter members are still active In the
camp and prominent In business circles
of Omaha. The aortal and entertainment
will ba exclualve for the members only.
The College Hero to
Be Presented for
"Tha College- Hero,' a musical spec
tacle foundod upon college life, will be
produced at tha Brandeis theater No
vember 30, December 1 and 1, for the ben
efit of the Child saving Institute. W.
Mills Davis and Maude George Wylle or
New York City have been brought here
by tha nursery committee of the Inatl
tuta to take charge of tha production.
Several hundred Invitations have been
Issued to local young people to report
at Chambers ,,m' Thurtday ta or
ganise for rehearsals. Young people at
tending achool are aaked. to come at 4
o'clock and adulta ot S p. m.
F. J. BL0SKY NEW CITY
AGENT ILLINOIS CENTRAL
That Uniform and Progressive
VOTERS : Which do you favor a law that taxes all
kinds and classes of property on a valuation basis so that each
fehall bear its just proportion of the burden of taxation, or a law
that simply taxes one kind of property and exempts all other
You never heard ot such a law a the latter?
Read this: -
A JOINT RESOLUTION to amend Section 1 of
Article IX of the Constitution of the State of Nebraska,'
relating to revenue. Be It enacted by the people of the
State of Nebraska:
Section I ' (Constitutional Amendment). That Sec
tion 1 of Article IX of the Constitution TT the State of
Nebraska be amended to read as followsT
Section 1 (Revenue). The rules of taxation shall be
uniform as to any given class and taxes shall be levied
upon such property as the legislature shall prescribe.
"SUCH ' PROPERTY AS THE3 LEGISLATURE
SHALL PRESCRIBE." Do you get the force of that?
Are you a merchant? Suppose the. legislature decided to
exercise the full power here accorded it and selected your
class of property to be taxed, exempting all other classes,
would you vote for this proposition? Are you a manu
acturer? .Suppose your class of business were the one
solely selected for the state's entire burden of taxation,
would you favor the law? Suppose the legislature, for
one reason or another, picked out your property as the
taxation scapegoat, how would the law suit you?
t: o Barter tram lln'i la any itree-;t'
thaie ta H)iblo ai all tha mati.r im four
hcarlnr t IB ra Kudos.' rluaina mnt In
vour Mt.tf aarsefcNIi AT OMR rolt K
KRBB rEAKKM TKKATMKST. Write Is
itxt.y and lell aw about ur ajoukl. and Itt aje
n v.rjiblrK 1 caa la liolv to st rt of our
I k I arilart ur Peataaai an lender !in
u'ta help W yuan l lor tha kln: Unn'l ha
aucearaaes treatments ana eiAet i lal-
IMa ha beaa unah to tur oy. Mt trea--r.t
none wowrtem la n.t aurh ranet.fnr K'tf
feot tr.w whm ant tbe reulti an? llff.rnt
tl ft m' H: Itr.t. mu.e nf ihe troull".
Aooel air offer tmlay. Vou at rttrM II.
Jul arad )or full Him ant 1area an a eoaiat
or writ a leii.r. nnd I vlll toraard yoa tB
hEK, TrlKAl MKNT wllhent lelar. Adareai
Iepafnem Ki-ciall-t Nproule, ,
102 Trade BulltiltiR. Boston, Maa.
Omaha Men Secure
Patent on a Motor
Truck; Now in Use
V. rt. McKean and W. D. Burton of
the McKeen Motor company have se
cured a patent on a motor , car truck
that is telng placed on the motors turned
out at tho Omaha plant. H Is built of
coat steel, light In eight and strong.
It epsblrs the car to turn on any degree
The new truck Is different front , th
ordinary ones, the body bolster extending
below the truck tranaome and tha ma
jority of the truck frame Is above th
loer extremity of the bolster
F. J. Wonky of rubuie has bec ap
pointed city ticket and passenger a sent
In the Omaha offices ot the Illinois Cen
tral and will arrive thla week to enter I
upon the discharge of his duties. He
has been with the company some five
years as ticket clerk in the Dubugue of
fices and was formerly with the Oraml
Trunk In tha Ft. Paul office.
Leave Omaha Ar. Kansas City
8:00 A. M. 3:35 V. M.
1:00 V. M. K:35 P. M.
11:15 P. M. T:10 A. M.
8upcrb Dining Car P.crvlce
Meals a la Carte
Luther League Has
The Omaha district Luther league of
the Augustana f-'ynod hold Its ninth an
nual convention October JJ56 at Oak
land. Neb. This district Is composed of
U local leagtia. five of which are
leaguea from Urratar Omaha. At the
bualneas meeting Saturday morning the
foloaing offUers aere re-elected: V,
K. Mllle.', Omaha, president: Mr. Herg,
Freinont, treasurer. A vice president
wss elected frorn ea':h local league. One
of the creatcat things (lone by- the con
vention was the adoption of a formula
for systematic Bible reading. This
formula submitted to the organlia-
tn by Its lllble conmlttee. Saturday
evening Mr. fturrett front Omaha spoka
regarding ork among prisoners, both
mhlle they are within tho prison walls
! and after they have coma out. Tha large
chun h waa tilled during all the general
Ouch! Lame Back.
Rub Lumbago or
Kidneys cause Backache? No! They
have no nervea, therefore can not caue
pain. Listen! Your backache Is caused
by lumbago, sciatica or a strain, and the
quickest relief Is soothing, penetrating
"St. Jacobs Oil." Hub It right on your
painful baek, and lnxtantly tha sore
ness disappears. Ion't atay crippled!
Oct a small trial bottle or St. J&coUs
OH" from 'your druggist and limber up.
A moment after It ta applied you'll won
der what became of the backache or
Rub old. honest "Bt. Jacobs OH"
whenever you have sciatica, neuralgia,
rheumatism or sprains, aa It la abso
lutely harmless and doesn't burn the j
akin. Axrverttaament. !
Home Owners -Attention!
Mret connect Ions In Kansas City
L'nt"n Mellon for points
South taat West-
I Z i r al nam M. .
Thus. f. Godfrey
. General Agent, Pastenger LepL
Died ( aeBaala
'la seldom written of those who cur
coughs and colds with Lr. King's New
Discovery. Uvt a bottle today, eoc and
1. All druggists. Advertisement.
. . '.' , . .
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Two Women Injured
When Auto Turns Over
TILS OMAHA BEE
. TILE HOME PAPER
Mr. llenry BU, lia Pouth Twenty
ninth streeA. and Miss Rola Hlahop of
Kanaaa City were badly Injured Manila J
n'ght when an auto tn which they were
riling turned turtle oa the road to Mil
lard. Ura. Philip Wlndhelm, IMS South
Twenty-ninth street; Miss Elvlna Kl
and Miss Oraca Panda, IMI . Foppleton
avenue, were also In the car at the time,
but escaped Injury.
Tha accident occurred whan tha ma
chine struck rut.
Tha Injured worfxp ware cared for by
Dr. Rudolph Rli and- war taken ta the
How a million-dollar public building
was constructed In Omaha without al
lowing the contractors to make tha pub
lic, pay for a single "extra. la a atory
which eKtenda over three years of tha
term of County Commissioner John C.
Lynch, candidate for re-election on tha
As chalrtnun of the court house com
mittee of the county board Mr. Lynch
has the credit of making what Is prob
ably a record for" the United States !
where ao large a public building laVon- I
cerned the contractors who built the J
new court house not being allowed to :
charge the county one cent for any '
Every person who ever hired a con
tractor to construct a home, or any
building, knows what thla maana In vlg.
Ilance and business ability. "Extras"
often add a large percentage to the con
tract price and In the rasa of public
building often Increase the prof Ha of
Those ho have had building exper
ience know thai to prevent paying for
'extras' t'..ro are required business
ability of a high order and watchfulness
aa keen as pien devote to their own af
ThMe valuable qualities were em-
ployed In the county's behalf by Com- i
inlaatnner Lynch. !
Today the court house, inside and
out. In Its appearance testifies to Com
missioner Lyoch'e ability and vigilance.
( raesataerlala'a TLIaMeaaa.
If you ara aver troubled with achea.
pains or soreness ef tha inuactea. jrtni
will appreciate tha good qualities of
Chajiiberlain's L4lneat. Many sufferers
from rsMumalista and aelatlca hava used
It Win the beat reeuji. It Is especially
lame tack. Yt
valuabk for lumbatfa and
sale by all dealers. Adv
Vote in tn Wirdt FOR
JoStn J. Foster
. Doard cf Education
1 ask your support for ra -el action
upon my KtOOKD as a Member of
tha Board fur tho PA8T THREE
Election K or ember 8.
You, Mr. Farmer, suppose your land, improvements
thereon, your machinery, implements, windmills, silos,
stock and crops were determined upon as the sole objects
of taxation from which the state's revenue must be raised,
while the property, the genius, the industry of every other
class of business in the state was exempt (as It might be
under this law), would you vote for this proposed con
stitutional amendment, knowing this beforehand?
Or, Mr. Farmer, suppose only your land were taxed
and everything else that you owned, together with every
kind of property tn the city, including plethoric bank
accounts, valuable franchises and special privileges,
were exempted, how would you feel about it?
Mr. Farmer, listen: That is the crux of the whole
scheme. If the single-taxera succeed in slipping thia one
under your seventh rib, or that of your friend or neigh
bor, the city business man it makes no difference his
next step will be a little nearer to your land as the paschal
lamb of this passover. Don't lose sight of that.
Oh, of course, each one feels sure the legislature
would not select his business or property and exempt all
others, which, of course, is a worse vagary thau the
alngle-taxers scheme Itself. Some one's property will
inevitably be selected to bear the brunt of the wanton,
The present system of taxation in Nebraska is the
product of the best minds and best experience we have
had. Against it there is ho protest, except such as may
come from a handful of impractical theorists.
By the League of Taxpayers.
515 & t
Coils . .
Franklin C. Hamer
Kepublloaa Koalaea foe
Mr. Xamer la a native of aTsTsraska, a irradaate of tha State TTaj varsity
aad aae had tl years' oapertamea ta tba farming aad laveetmeat tea a Blag
- yotw m -aWtrauoAjr nom
stcatTiar or stats ,
stat at Tk.aaavn.sm
AT TO AM E T otattili
vavu.waT cuM.Misioas . .
aiosm or stats wx"Taamtt,
sV . wall
, Walter Kee4-laa4
W. X HUM
rraakUa O. T&eaae
A. O. Tbaaaaa
... Charles W. Seara
Taoma 1. Kail
award r. Brewa, Fwa fanaaa
You'll Soon Havo Nood for
Buy buying here and now you
have the advantage of very ma
terial price savings wibch ex
tensive mill purchases, made
early, permit us to offer, and
the beet assorted stock tu
Omaha from which to select.
on sale at "35
35c Embroideries, 15c
A big line of 18 to 27-in. Flounc-
ings and a beautiful line of
Corset Cover Embroideries, 35c
to 50c. yard values, i r
at, yad IOC
10c EMBROIDERIES. 5c
Dainty Edges- Inserting and
Headings,.' good assortment, 10c
yard values, choice, fj
yard 3 C
The Xewet Novelties
Several "new lots, choice values,
big assortment, including Coney,
Fitch, Oppossuui, Marmot,
Skunk, Ermine, Swansdown,
etc., etc., special values, al
per yard.. .15 up to 81.75
You'll Find Just What You Want
1 in Our Stock.
Wednesday Specials in Crockery Department
100 Pieces of Fancy China
Wednesday Linen Specials
1,000 Pieces of Fancy China,
values up to 26c, choice
$1.00 Covered Dishes. 40
20c Dinner Plates 10?
Cups and Saucers, 1 2c val
ues, Wednesday 8
25c Baking Dishes .
25c China Cup and Saucer. lOt I $2.50 Jardinieres at 81.00
Rfl Pnanlrlnra at O -r I K (111 .la rrtinloroa at C tr.f
I 65c Cuspidors at lf I. $1.00 Cuspidors .Kh
in Popular Domestic Room
Amoskeag Teazledown, the best
outing in the world, yard. 10c
Amoskeag. Apron Gingham, per
10c Dress Ginghams. OH 4
12 Dress Ginghams. .. . 7H
60c Mercerized Table Damask,
yard - 35t
All Wool White Flannels,
yard..25S 39t. 50. 59t
Extra Heavy Eiderdown, all col
ors and figures, at, yard.. 354
Indigo Apron Check, yard.SH,
10c Towels, slightly soiled. 3 H
Genuine Lonsdale, 10c value 5!
$1.00 Table Linen 75g
$1.00 Napkins, per dozen.. 754
Large assortment Pattern Table
Cloths, pure flax, values to
$4.50 each, at,
each . '.
Dinner Napkins, full size, as
sorted designs, pure linen,
worth $5.00 dozen, 50
Bed Spreads, full size, scalloped.
with cut corners, $5.00 valuea.
sale price, do Ct
Crochet Bed Spreads, good value
Lace Curtain Bargains You'll Hot
Find Equaled Elsewhere in Omaha
Sale continues "Wednesday and Thursday. More
than $12,000 worth of new goods to.chooso from at less
than usual mill prices.
Table 1 Curtains that were
made to sell to 85c s pair. In
ecru or white, pair 394
Table a Curtains that were
made to sell to $1.50 a pair,
ecru or .white, pair 754
Table' 8 Curtains . that were
made to sell to $2.60 a pair,
ecru or white, pair. .".81.25
Table 4 Curtains that were
made to sell to $3. 60 a pair,
ecru or white, pair. . . 81.75
Table B Curtains that were
made to sell to $5.00 a pair,
ecru or white, pair... 82.00
Table 6 Curtains that were
made to sell to J 8.00 a pair,
ecru or white, pair... 82.50
Table 7 Curtains made to sell to $12.50 a pair; at, pair..$5.0Q
Hayden's Hake'tho Grocery Prices for tho People. Not a Few
On Alas ta Qmr, Ounces to the round aad a Bavlnf ef gS to 60 Par
Cant em taa west ox if.
Fancy No. 1 Country Creamery But
ter. IB 300
17 lbs Beat Granulated-tsurar. .$M
l-lb. sacks Best Mian Grade Dia
mond . H. Flour, , nothing finer for
bread, plea or caJiea, aack. . . .$1.38
10 bare Diamond O, Beat 'Km All,
Lennox, White Russian or Laundry
Wiieen White Laundry Soap.. ..Be
10 lb. Beat White or Tellow Corn
8 lbs. Beat Rolled Breakfast Oata Sea
lbs. Choice Japan Klce S6
i lbs. Fancy Japan Rice, 10c quality,
rans Oil Sardlnea BOO
The Best Domestic Macaroni, Ver
micelli or Spaghetti, pics; 7Ho
J-lb. cans Fancy Wax, String, Green
or Lima Beans Tlfce
t lb. cans Early June Heaa 100
i-lb. rans Fancy Sweet Sugar Corn
Corn Flakea, pkg So
Grape-Nuts, pkg lOo
titerehey'a Breakfast Cocoa, lb. . .too
The Beat Tea Blftmgs, lb UMi
Golden Pantos Coffee. lb 90o
attar, Bnttarlaa aad Ckeeae Market
The beat Creamery Butter, cartoon or
bulk.' per lb 33o
Good Dairy Table Butter, lb Sao
1 Iba. good Bulterlne 85e
Fancy Table Uutierine, equal to
creamery, per lb 85e
Full Cream Cheese, lb 18a
10 lbe. Best Ked aUvar Xarly OUo
Potatoes to tba peck aoa
Demani la lbs., the law requires tt.
Fancy Holland tieed Cabbage for
kraut, lb lV,o '
FVesh Kutabagss, Carrots, Turnips.
Beets. Parsnips, lb xie
Red Globe Onions, per lb ...Be
b bunches fresh Radishes .......So
2 heads fresh Hothouse Lettuce. . .60
Fancy Head Lettuce, head, 740-10
Freeh Pplnarh, per peck loe
Celery Cabbage, head loo
Hothouae Tomatoes, lb 7He
Hothouae f lucumhera.'. .Bo, TVie, 10
stalks fresh Celery 10
Capea Cod Cranberries, ouart. . . .7l4o
Box Apple Special Tbla Week
Extra fancy Yakima Valley fruit
nothing finer grown Jonathans,
Grimes Golden. Spitsenberger. King
David, Maiden Blush, etc., per
1 box IU9 to 1.7S
This la quality goods.
IT YnV MAVRiCMJC CiriPT IT
tall Bar- ! ! i Vef
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