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11 1 13 I1KK: OMAHA. W Kl . KM .U , IKItUtKU JS, 1014.
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t Ends Dry, Hoarse or
t Painful Coughs
T A link!.. ITnM.M. .1 II -
fllfiimln bat Iirnlf4 ' J
The prompt and positive rssulfs pivfti
hy this plsasant tasting;, home-mfl. le
cough syrup has nuwd it to he ustd in
trior homes than snv otlisr remedy. It
pivn almost instant relief and will usual
ly overcome; the average cough inv24
iet 24 ounces Pinex (.10 cents worth)
from any drug store, pour it into a pint
bottle and till the bottle with plain granu
lated sugar svrup. This makes a full
pint a familv supply of the most ef
fective cough remedy at a cost of onlv R
cents or less. Yon couldn't huv as much
ready-made cough medicine for 12.60
Kasilv prepared and never spoils. Kuh
directions with Pinex.
The promptness, certainty and esse
with which this Finex Svrup overcome
a had couirh, chest or throat cold is truly
remarkable. It quickly loosens a drv.
hoarse or tight cough and heals and
soothes a painful cougti in a hurry. ith
a persistent loose couch it stops the for
mstion of phlegm in the throat and bron
chisl tubes, thus ending the sntioviti:
Pinex is a highly concentrated com
round of genuine N'orwar pine extract
rich in gimiacol and is famous the wori'
over for its splendid effect in hronchitif
whooping cough, bronchial asthma an
To avoid disappointment in mak:iv
this, ask your druggist for "21,4 ounce
of Pinex." and don't accept aitvthin
else. A guarantee of nhsolute sntisfni
tion. or money promptly refunded, got
with thia preparation. Thn i'inci l .
Ft. Wavps. Jn1.
BRIEF CITY NEWS 'MANY TEACHERS ARE COMING GOOD SFOR CHRISTMAS SHIP I
-J By -Product '
cut off about one
fifth the price,
add more ease of
control of your
fire, stop filling
with coal gases and
the air with smoke,
and stop sifting ashes
that's as near as we
can come to telling
you what Vulcan
Coke is. It burns
weight for weight with
hard coal, is easier to
control, lasts as long
and gives more heat
because it is 90
carbon, the "heat
coal bill is so small
that he can afford to
overlook the saving that
Coal Products Mfg. Co., Joliet, III
Exclusive Domestic Sales Agent.
Atwill-Makemson Coal & Coke Co.
KoOormlok Bldf., Chioag-o.
Nebraska Fuel Co.
Jeff W. Bedford for slate senstoi Adv. ;
Tots for W. C. Cross y for coroner. A1.
Llf-atlng Matures, Purgess-Oraniten Co.
T14.lity ttorafO aa . ot' 38 ;
are Boot Frtnt It Now Pearcn Frees.
Tote far Thomas W. lafcu for
Tot for 00. . TnrWato. reclster ,
of deeds AAvsrtlsement. '
For Const? Treasurer W. O. t're. It
Is now tressurer. Advertisement.
Tote fsr rraak XHw.y. county clerk,
now serving flret term He-eloi t Mm
Advertlsement. Today's Oompl.te Mori ProfTn',
rUMirird section today, and appears In
The Be EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what
the various moving Picture theaters oner.
Daaaaum Has a JobPolice Commis
sioner A. C. Kugel Has appointed H. ,F.
Danbaum special chauffeur In his depart
ment, to drive the contnKlo" disuse am
bulance. Olover Beelgas roliis Sergeant Al
bert N. Glover has) re-ined and the city
council has accepted his resignation, lie
will ro on the retired list on pension. He
was made a sergeant about a year ago.
Prteat la Awaiting Trial Abraham
Priest, ah Indian of ti.e Winnebago reser
vation, has been arrested on a federal
grand .lury Indictment for IntroducliiK
liquor to lila brethren, and at present Is
ewaltlng trial In the oo-mly Jail.
Mr. and Mrs Millar Beturn P.oyal
I). Miller of the Northwestern Is back
from the raclflo coast, where he spent
his three weeks' vacation, accompanied
by Mrs. Miller. He found perfect
weather and had a delightful trip.
Dr. S.spacb.r In Hsw York Dr.
Felix J. Despecher. who was visltln
relatives In France when tl.e war
started, has landed at New York from
the steamship Chicago from Havre and
will reach home Thursday morning.
Ward Pays Heavy Tina John P. Ward,
arraigned before Federal Judge Paige
Morris on a charge of forging a money
order for S3.5S. chose to pay a 1 fine
rather than go to Jail fr sixty days.
Ward did not seem M) reslle the gravity
of his offence.
Installing- rontsnsU Mlllwork In
stallation of the millwork in the new
Fontenella hotel will begin In about a
week. Fine weather has hastened the plas
tering, which Is now nearlng completion.
William It Burbank, managing director
of the hotel, has returned from an eastern
x.aw Too Bust to Talk War Morrla
Levy has returned from a aummer spent i
in Europe, having been In the war rone
a portion of the time. Mr. Levy found a
mass of mall awaiting nis auenuon aim ,
many personal affairs to look after. I to
exnlained that he was too busy to tslk i
of war or conditions In Europe.
Chlsam Building Bom C. J.
Chlsam, assistant general freight agent
of the Chicago Great Western, has com
menced the erection of a il.W cement
and shake bungalow on hia fruit anil
walnut ranch, near Fullerton, Cal. It
will be one and one-half atorles and
modern. Mr. Chlsam expects this to be
his home when he retires from the rail
Walklnshaw Instead of Wilkinson In
the story1 of the Diamond Jack oil fields
of Wyoming, appearing in The Sunday
Bee, James Wilkinson of Omahu was
mentioned aa one of the men connected
with the proposition. Instead, the man
la James Walklnshaw of the Y. II. Uar
store, for years a business man of the
city. Mr. Walklnshaw Is firm In the be
lief that the oil fields will make him a
Oo to Boise Masting- Rev. K. P.
Qulvey, state superintendent of the Ne-1
braska Children's Home society, and j
Mrs. Qulvey have gone to Boise, Iduho,
to attend the national convention of the
National Children's Home society, which j
convenes at that place October 29 to 31.
Rev. J. P. Dysart, state superintendent
of the Wisconsin Children's Home so
ciety, met them at Omaha and will ac
company them on their journey.
Educatorg Over Nebraska Promise I Many Packages Sent Forward by
Presence at Coming Meeting. I Express Tuesday
IOWANS TO SWELL ASSEMBLY
SEND YOUR GIFTS DIRECT NOW !
Many of Those In Western Part f 1 f n MI lime a Pm-Waae in "tend
llawkere (ate Will ttlenil I on
ventlnn llairlna Threr !)
of Nrl Week.
KeportK liing received in eeiy mini by
the Omaha publicity bureau. indliMte a
record-breaking attendance for the an
nus! meeting of the Xrbrupka tfMto
Teachers' association in Omaha Novem
ber t, 5 and .
Mxty-flvo teachers from the neighbor
hood of Grand Islm.d alone, have an
nounced their intention of coiuiim. The
small town of Wynot will send five nnd
eighteen will come from Hulton. Heaver
City's entire high school faculty and
many grade teachers will attend. The
delegations from fliverton. Oakdale and
many other towns will consist of almost
the entire teaching force, according to ad
vance letter from school superintendent
The Aurora school board has ordered all
teachers there to attend the convention.
If KnlMe. Seward's entire teaching staff
will come for two days, says Superin
tendent J. A Woodard of that town.
Western Iowa will also he'p swell the
attendance t the convention, large dele
gations of visitors will come from Mis
souri Valley, Harlan. I'mimil Itlurfs nnd
other neinliy towns, a total of nearly Bun.
It is expected. .
Prof. C. W. Pugslcy, director of the
agricultural extension' bureau of the 1'ni
versity (.r Xebrnska, writes that a strong
(h'leaation will come from the faculty of
the university. Including a score of the
most prominent professors. Some of the
university normal seniors will also come
up for a diiy or two. Many of the fac
ulty and students st the slate normal
schools are also planning to be present
and altogether fully fi.MM people are ex
pected this year
The local committee will ii eet Ht I' e
Commercial club Saturday at noon t
perfect arrangements for the reception ,.i
the teachers. Information bureaus will
be maintained at the Vnlon station and
the Burlington depot, at the Home hotel
and the association building
Principal John F. Matthews of the
Grand Island High school will have
charge of the regiHtratlon. which starts
Monday. All teachers will be required to
register in person.
The committee has adopted the mono
gram prepared by Miss Alice llltte of the
Omaha schools for the official badge of
Direct It to the I hrlstmss
Mili, Hash Terminal.
The oIIs-I'im so etpie.s took ani'ther
I hiti shipment of g'ids tot the Christmas
slop from The Pee of (! rstrrdv and
will trv to Pivd them at New York In
tunc to l-c tiui'iilid In the iihso of the
Several tno-iiiies wi tci elved as to
the latest possible time at w hich pni k
sves could be received. To all of these
I the answer was given that the time had
already expired. The Hoc was cout!led
to close Its main shipment on Saturday,
Oi tober 21, and did so. but was also
compelled to look after a number of
shipments that could not rra h this city
jon that date. These have all been tal.e:i
jcrre of and now The Hoc te.iuists Its
jiradets. If they expect to foiward anv
j more packages for the (htiilm. ship.
to send them dire, t to the HiOli Terminal
Mores, HroiA'yn. N. Y., where Die .dil
ments are being assembled for loading
(n the Jason.
Not very much time Is possibly left
for this, because the uoods must be lit
Drooklyn by the tiist of next week If
there, is to be any likelihood of tlnir
getting into the catso.
If you have not yet sent your package
send 4t bv exprtss to tho Hush Terminal
Stores, Brooklyn. N. Y . at once.
The following cash donations have
bes-n received, and are hereby. a knuw
ladKCd Hepol tod , $;..,t its
CHh ;, no
CHlseiis of Talmuge. Neb
. 11. Heynold.i, jr.. Yilllsca. la
Fur the Weak and Nrrrona.
Tlrei out, weak, ncm-ous men end
women need Electric Hitters. Helps the
nerves and .tones up the system. ic and
SI. All druggists Advertisement.
MISSOURIAN LOSES MONEY,
BUT DOES NOT KNOW HOW
A. Collins of Kansrs City, Mo., told the
police that he had been robbed of US and
a certificate of deposit for liiO while In
Omaha Sunday, hut he was unable to
tell how he lost it.
"It might have been that I was held tip
and robbed at the point of a gun or 1
might have had It stolen while asleep. I
don't know, 1 just know it'a gone," he
said, In reporting; it.
It. W. Han-en...
Helen Pauline Snore. Shicklev, Neb.
Cash. North 1'latto. Neb....!
Presbyterian Sunday School. Valen
Illnh school, grammer and Inter
mediate DeptB.. public schools.
Ulue HIH, Net,
Parish Guild. Christ church. Cen
tral (Hy. Nt-li
Sunday school Christ church. Cen
tral City, Neb...'
T. G. N'.. Omaha
Kuth Hrown, Holdri-Ke, Neb
1 .00 1
II III) '
BURGESS-NASH CO. BUYS
TWO STOCK OF MEN'S GOODS
The stocks of the Nebraska Suspender.
Pelt and Garter company and the Atlas
Manufacturing company sold yesterday
to the Burgees-Nash company nt a gieat
reduc tion from the regular wholesale cost.
The stocks consist of men's neckwear,
garters, arm bands suspenders, belts,
handkerchiefs, men's Jewelry, etc.
It la stated that the rale, which will be
held In the men's rectlon of fhe Hur-gess-N'ash
company, will be announced
WOMAN SUES COUNTY i
FOR $20,000 DAMAGES !
Mrs. Mary Davit, has sued the count i
of Douglas for l-'O.OO) for damages siis- I
talned In the death of her husband, whom'
she alleges tcicrunilxnl to Injuries re- i
celved whtlo working in the boiler room
of the laundry plant at the county Mitr
For UpSet Stomach, Indigestion,
Gas, Heartburn Pape's Diapepsin
FOR EVERY SUFFERER
Rheumasalts Insures Quick
and Safe Relief
The safest, most pleasant and quickest
way to relieve constipation and all the
misery and Ills that go with It, is to dis
solve a little Rheumasalts 'n water and
drink it while It la effervescing.
Rheumasalts is a scientifically blended
and chemically pure carbonated lithla
drink that cleapa out the stomach and
Intestines, eliminates .toxins and poisons
and leaves the Intestinal canal clean and
If you are bothc-ed with constipation,
headaches, sallow skin, coated tongue, bad
breath, Indigestion, bllllousness, neuralgia
or rheumatism, then you need Rheuma
salts. Fine for both adulta and Infanta.
It Is a uric acid solvent as well as a
saline laxative. Instead of "doping" your
self with drug-habit-formlng, heart-depressing
"laxative" pills and tablets, take
Kheumaaalts. It Is delicious to the taste
and acts quickly without griping or nau
sea. Rheumasalts la as pure aa the nat
ural laxative salts from the Mineral
The next time you need a laxative, ask
our druggist for a fruit five ounces of
Rheumasalts. It he hasn't the origins!
iiheunixaalts. write to the Kheumabatri
Com) any. Minneapolis. Minn, who will
be glad to see that you are supplied.
Savings Made by Ure
Runs Into Big Money j
County Treasurer W. G. I're, repub
lican candidate for re-election, says:
"In thirty-three months the office has
renelpted for t-U.uJO.OilO and disbursed !
nearly $31,000,0riu. It has had on hand ;
most of the time $?.GO0,GGO. It Is a lot of
money. The old way was to keep the
money on deposit In banks at 2 per cent
Interest. The new way I have practiced Is
to withdraw the money from banks and
Invest It In Water board, Pouglaa county
and Omaha kity and school bonds and
warrants and so earn 4W to 7 per cent
interest. The earnings and savings made I
for the public treasury in this way have
amounted to W.OJQ a year $150,000 In three
years. The new practice indulged in the
next two years will save and earn 100,ooo
Sour, sick, upset stomach, Indigestion,
heartburn, dyspepsia; when the food you
eat ferments Into gases and stubborn
lunvps: your head achea and you feel
sick and miserable, that's when you re
alize the magic In Tape's Diapepsin. It
niakei etnmsch distress go In five min
utes. If your stomach is In a revolt
If you can't get It regulated, please, for
your sake, try I'ape'a Diapepsin. It'a so
needless to have a bad stomach make
your next meal a favorite food meat,
then take a little LMnpepsln. There will
not be any diatress eat without fear,
ll'a because Tape's DlapepHln ' ieally
does" regulate weak, out-of-order Htom
auhes that glvea it Its millions of sales
Get a largo flfty-cent case of Tape's
Plapepaln from any drug store. It Is
the quickest, surest stomach relief and
cure known. It acts almont like tnaKlc.
It la a scientific, harmless stomach pre
paration which truly belongs in every
to Council's Action
V. C. Patterson insists an Injustice
was done him In the statement made at
the city council meeting that In selling
a lot at Seventh and toroas strtets he
retained two feet with the idea pf getting
tho street narrowed, and thus securing
another corner lot.
"The facts are," says Mr. Patterson,
"I did riot retain the two feet, but sold
It to the purchaser at the time, who
purchased the forty feet and agreed to
convey the two leet plus the narrowed
pottlon of the street to give the pur
chaser the comer frontage. The city
commissioners seem to have a grudge
against me, for they admit the street
should be narrowed, but refuse the te
quest of the petitioners."
You'll Find Many New
Styles at this Shop
New leathers and combinations of
leathers and fabrics--it's a veritable
Style Show for the ladies.
The smartest New Tor styles are here In
shoe for every occaaion from di easy walk
ing boots to dainty fancy trimmed, slippers
for the ball room. And you are mire of be
ing fitted perfectly. Priced
t I -
! Store Hours 8:30 A. M. to 6 P. M. Saturday till 9 P. M.a5
"eve r YB ODYSJSTOR fc
TIXSIMI, Ot TOIlKU 27, Ittl'lHTUKK NKWH Milt U KIN!:slAl ittTH M H KXKV STH.
THE NEW COATS FOR WINTER
Which Interpret Several of the
j Very Latest Modes for Winter
For Street Wear
$10.00 to S45.00
I For Kvcning Wear
$25.00 to $145.00
TIM) sliowini; is umisunlly intorest
inu. TIhto litis nevt'r, It) our knowl
! 1'iliit', luvti Kurh- n viiriation of stylos
! from vliifli to oliooso ns tlii'io in this
I srason. Anions tlirin hit tin
1 New College Coatu for Women and
j Misses, $10.00
Stuart new model of plaids, Human stripes
I and mixtures; nlso plain lletlford cords; g.es
1 fi to IS and S to 40.
! White Balmacaan Coats at $19.50.
Made plain haltnaraan at fie or with belt.
Women's. Coats, $15.00 to $45.00.
Or broadcloth. Imported mixtures, bearskin
and Arabian lamb; Mros for misses and women.
Women's Velvet and Broad Tail Coats,
$55.00 to $125.00.
Individual styles, plain or sable fur trimmed:
apteral pretty models from which to choose.
THAT'S our niiu to W
tho "greatest service
to the greatest number,"
U nuikf Ihis storo n stoiv
for "i-voryliotiy" a storo
of true helpfulness and in
tt'iul to make it so pleas
ing, helpful anil satisfac
tory a shopping plaeo that
yoii must think of no oth
er. We want it to bp a
store of eouvenienee and
have installed many ne
eoiiiiuoilntions of which
we invite you to make free
and generous use. ,
SI TESTATION NO. 1 UF
Til HI'. S. TOST OFFICH
affording every accommo
dation in the v)stal ser-
IMm-e to pav KLKCTKIC
LI (HIT and TELETHON!-:
Hills, or to buy
TUEATEU TICKETS for
all theaters at box office
prices. Make ue of those
conveniences let us bo of
service to you. It will be
Hand Embroidered Pillow Tops With Backs,
Worth $2.25 to $3.50, Wednesday at $1.49
'T 1IKSE pillow tops and backs are all hand made em--I
hroidered in rose, voilet, rod poppy nnd a large as
sortment .rf conventional designs; finished with fringe,
cords ami laco otlges; an exceptionally good selection, in
cluding values of 2.'jr to $.1.50, for . . $1.49
Tapestry Slips, Special at 89c.
They are ready for use, In a large line of colors; In conventional de-
nlgDs; Include values of $1.00 to $1.50; choice at &&(
Sarr.ss-Jfs.h Co. Third Fl.or.
A Remarkable Sale of Women's
and Children's UNDERWEAR
A SALE of underwear that will appeal to you from
every point of view; first, because it is (seasonable;
second, been use it is the very sort you want, and last, but
'lot least, tho remarkable saving i"issihjitios.
Women's $1.00 to $1.25 Union Suits at 69c.
Hallowe'en will be here
, before you realise It.
Lot us help you to get
readv. the young lady
at the stationery net
tlon, where nil the
nrettv thtnKB SUch as
table favors and dec
orations are sold, pos
uii.iv nn suKKest some
thing in the way of decorations.
Toys on the fourth floor.
Candles and novelties, main
rioor and basement.
Women's white cotton union suits, low uek
elbow sleeves, ankle length.
Women's white cotton union stills,
high neck, long sleeves, ankle
length, regular or extra sites.
Women's natural or camel's hair flat wooi
vests and pants.
Womeu silver grsy. ribbed wool or part
wool vests and pants. Regular 1.00 and
ll.iO values, 09.
Youths' and Misses' Union Suits, $1.00
to $1.50 Values, 69c.
Including youth's silver grsy ;-wooI union
suits, stses 16. 17 and 18.
Misses' nattirsl part-wool union suits.
Hoys' natural part-wool union suits. f
Hegulsr $1.00 and $1.50 value, for. D7C
Women's flOe Vests, c.
Fine white cotton fleece lined
vests and pants, regit' 3Qj
lar 60c values, at v7C
Children's t'nderwear, 25c.
White ribbed worsted vests and
pants, sues 24 to 34, sell reg or-
ularly for 4 3a to 75c, choice
aarsMa-SHsfa Oe. Mats Floor.
IX THK KCOXOMV IIAHK.MKXT
Child's Vests. 10c.
Silver grsy fleece lined vests
and pants, sizes 24 1Qi
to HO, at . .JUC
Child's I'nion Suits, 3.1c.
Cream color, ribbed cotton
union suits, drop seat.
Women's I'nion Suits at 80c.
High neck, long -sleeves, ankle
length, medium fleeced, regular
or extra sites, also low neck and
elbow sleeves, In sises 4, 5 and
slight imperfections of 60c
to 69c, values, choice at...
urrooa-Xfua Compsay Xtooaomy aaoomsat.
Heavy Warm Wool Finished Blanket, Reg.
ular $2.50 Values, ln wag?X,nt at $1.25
"Blen Jolin" corsets, as you
well know, are ever first to mir
ror fashions. Hut to this style
leadership Is added positive as
surance of perfet t fit and com
fort, accomplished by the use of
the marvelous "Tiiro-Vee the
clastic gore that knows no rubber
and never can "go dead." Come,
ste the demonstration, It's free-.
Surrui-Viih Co. Stftoond Tloae.
- - r;P"T"' rjoaU Co. Everybody's Store 16th and Harney.
After seeing them you will agr that these warm wool finished
heavy fleece blanket are worth 2.&0 pair; white, gray and tan;
extra large slse for double beds. Here la such a bargain that in
order not to sell tbem to dealers we are compelled to limit them
to not over three pairs to each customer. Wednesday f )r
at, the pair, only pl)
aargoss-Vaeh Co esosaomi.
1502 8. 10th St
Phone D. 7356 ,
WESTERN UNION OPENS
WIRELESS TO GERMANY
After suspension of commercial com
munication with Qormany - and Austria
sine the war started the Western I'nion
Telegraph and Oable company has now
arranged for rs-sstabllahm.nt of com
munication with those countries by wire
less. The Tuckerton (N. J.) wireless sta
tion will be used, according to advice re
ceived by Local Manager Hyland. As the
capacity Is limited, precedence will be
Stven government maafaeea over com
mercial ones. Rules laid down for the
acceptance of such, business provide that
all meiuiM will ao only at the risk of
the sender. They must bear complete ad
dress and signature and must be strictly
neutral In character aad written in plaint
Junglish. Official German messages will
j have to pass a government censor, who
i must be provided with the key to decipher
Eee Went Ads Product Results.
- TO NEW CUSTOMERS ONL Y-
Full Quart Only 80 Cents Express iaid .
WE want everv man in America who has never tried
Hayner Whiskey to try it NOW. Cut out thia ad
mail it with your order and 80 cents in stamps or coin and
the full quart bottle of Hayner Yival Atx Jk BottUd-in.
Bond U'iisrywil be sent In sealed case-Jexpresa charges
paid. It's fine a ottUd-i-ond nhitkay of the choicest
kind sealed with the Government's Green Stamp over the
cork -your assurance it is fully aged, full 100 proof, full
measure as good and pure as can be produced. It's turt
to please you r to win your future trade. You take no
chances we are responsible been in business 48 years
capital $500,000.00 fully paid. Don't put this orf-order
right now order MORE than one quart if you like and
goods will go forward by first express.
NflTFt (Witi N. M., Col.. Wra.,Mat..eBSsJI trnlm wt
(All lutwe order, asset be far FOUR oaarto ot am)
srt'Mi our near.! fftcm
THE HAYNER DISTILLING CO.,Dept A-105
ImUit.OkM, M.mH,M. gMM.Ct,SU. BUm. ikmawnZ
ima IN Bona,
I 4 AAsr.S
Excursion slates South
Reduced rate, round trip winter excursion tickets on sale dally
to many points ln the South and Southeast, via the
Milwaukee) & St. Paul
twentieth Century rarraer
The Mis$ouri Valley's
greate$t farm paper
110,000 copies weekly
Havana, Cuba 887.18
New Orlesns . . .
Miami. Kla S72.7
Final return limit June 1. 1915, except tickets to Havana, Cuba,
limited to return in six months from date of sale. Liberal stop
over privileges. Attractive diverse route tickets are also on sale
at rates which will be furnished on application. Delightful tours
to the West Indies, Panama Canal, South America.
Pour splendid dally trsins provide service of the well known
high standard of the "Milwaukee" road and connect at Chicago
with through trains for all points South and Cast. For particulars
City Ticket Office, C, M. & St. P. Ry.
1317 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
DR.'C. R. TARRY
PAY IVIlEf! CURED
Km a a Ail
wttsoas ta kalis.
anaasoasaoe. Write lav rn tUsna
a-ooa aa si.xsi ntiiMM aa
lua of kuMi ol owawa
- 240 Dm Dldg., Omaha. nU