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J Hi: HKK: OMAHA. TllTi.SPAY. (KTOHKK 29. 1014.
BRIEF CITY NEWS ICascarets For I AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
CoStive BOWelS, jiiy Morning Fire Disturbs Oecu-
ttt W. Bedford for state senator Aiv.
ot. for W. C. Crosiy for eoronar. .V1
Lighting rixtnras, lliirRcss-Orsmlen Co,
riaslity Storage and Van Co. Douff. 838.
Have Boot Frlnt It Now Bfayon l'rc-ss. j
Oaorga A. Mafntr for County Attorney ;
B. J. Maddsn for Tolt.-e Masutiatc. j
Tot for Thomas W. BlacMmra, for ;
congress Advert ' sen-.cn t.
oto for Oto. E. TurUnstcn,
of deed Advertisement.
Tot County Trtasurer W.
C'rt a l'l-cent I ox new.
Tm 1 !:.o iv "'. "ill - tin- I ciiil.K he, M!-j
loi:sn-f. mi i(.-otin. tin- slrk. sour stoin
i: h ::r 1 I .i 1 i oIi!.' turn tlitin out tonislit
i-i'.l kw;i tin ;n out v. i t li Cnsi-aiet.
Million. , o.' t.u-:i ai.'l women lako 1
l::s nrrt 11 iv r.ml tlic:i aivl new-.- Know
pants of Htnnon Building.
ARTKOTTER NOT ASSAULTED
!Mrctlie, t pan latrMlaatlon, Ad
vanre Theory of llrjirt I'allare,
Allhoaah loss of Mairr
I 1 1 10 ini 1
register j F- 1 liv.' i
la now treasurer. Aavertlspmenl.
Tots for Frank Dswcy, rounty c-U-r'.
now f ervin3 first term. n--cot ti'm .
Bsaatiful AU Modarn Homes Tor Sala '
on the easy payment plnn. Hnriiirrs
Rralty Investment Co. Thone Iug.
"Today'i Compltt Movie FrorramB'
classified section today, and appear In.
The Bco EXCLUSIVELY. Kind out whnj
the various moving picture theaters oftcr
Valuable Binfa Stolen Bui slurs stole
two ladles' diamond rings, valued at ;
SJjO. from the home of Gcurse M. Van
Camp. 2102 Douglas street. Monday night.
Oil Beater for Folia Twenty-four t
oil heaters have born secured ly tl'.' J
election commissioner to wjrm the u-w 1
vacant rooms which will ic useg ns pou
lug places In some precincts whore '..out .1
buildings aie not available.
Wants Mala TyyewrHera The United
States civil service comn.iluri.ui rn-
nounee that It ha3 been unublc to sup- ,
rly ths demand for ina'e Fenosa.lir
and typewriters In the I'nlteO Ptatcs
government service, cspei Inlly at Wart- ;
ington, D. C. I !
Saloon Keeper But a Mrs lCfuinu BIU1;
lias brought suit for $10.0.10 against Va.- '
lav llambek, a South Omaha saloon
en. 10'. by c !aiy er
or un ttpsot Fttini.'i. h.
tvin'l put in another I'.ny of distress.
Let l',i!'arc:. lc:itiM- jour "-tonii'li: re
move lb" ;:.viv. tVi 1111 ii n lood; '.:l.e
the fir;s 1 lie (nil our lir ami c-.-rry
00'. nil t'i?
p, .11 to trr liou i If., lnr.l jU M
A fire broke out In tno Hannon build
In;: Just north of tv postofflc early
Tuesday morning, cientl is dnmauc estl
Hinted nt M. and ng tnted to . con-
Miii :!i I wast.- t i:it;-r nnd ', u "' uegree tne tn. 1:11s 01 nuua
bouils Tiir.i jou i" leil,"1'
I lie fire started in 1 t ile of inhbisli in
list night Aboi.t fifty guests were pres
ent. Mr. Hopkins has been the superin
tendent of the Ieflcl Memorial Sunday
School for the last sixteen eis. Mis.
Hopkins ami son leave toniuM for their
nem home near Hasting". Neb, but Mr.
Hopkins will remain for a few weeks
longer. The filendai In meeting last night
! presented Ihi m with twj beautiful wall Thursday. 1 i,tnlwr .V All members ar
reiiuestecl to lw present.
Maarle Hr t.osslp.
I Office spate for rent In l'.ee of Hoe. 2'H
The ladles' Aid soiV of St. Luke's
Lutheran church will meet at the home
of Mrs. L. O. Mewlns at S'H V street on
Miss Luella Andi-rson. assisted by Mer
tha Clgrk Hughes, lr. Jennie Callfas
and SiKiniind lanilsberg will give a
musical at the First Methodist church
Thursday evening, October 7. at t
o'clock. Kvervone h Invited t attend.
A big dam-Inn partv will be given next
Saturday night at th Kagles' home by
the Kiigla drill team.
houth Omaha Camp Hfr Modern Wood,
men of America will glva a snoker and
card party Thursday evnlng nt Odd
Fellows' hall. Twanty-thlrd and M
streets. All members are Invited.
A C:se:i.e; t.'.i j 1 tiui liten . yu
by inoinins. Tli-y ci -.h:le - t t-!ec;
A C-i e.t l-n fi.11 io" dll'f? i t ile ineiins
a co.ir lu'd. fvn, .-to:.i:n'- and 1 icin.
healthy liver r.i-.d lowcl ain for
mo-v.l'.s. Chr.i'i i :i In
ti.ey newv ..ipe o
"Buy It in Omaha."
Rotary Club Slogan!
"Bu' it In Omaha." i tlie week'a p'ugan :
for t e Omaha Untary rluh. us nnnounced I
In the call ! jr t'.ii.". voeVs T-iceti".S. wh fh
will be a Hi'loweVn illn.-.cr nt t';- Hor
shaw this evenim'. ill Ciai ke. wi'l ho;
t hairui.in. and the s-penl.ing musts will'
tie Hairy Lnudrr upd "o'toJ Uoh" 1
Manlcy, co:ntii!fioner of the Commercial :
out ' rear of the boiler room and crept i",
tiirougli the floor Into the Hrunswlck
l i.llard pallor conducted by Harry Leo
pold. The flic department arrived a few
Ciif .-.M( , because ! r.iu . ine uiarin e.au ueen iiirnen i
eken - Advi v.Ipo- ' '" nl foon had the Hie under control j
;TI:c tenants evldenlly had secured some
wind of the disturbance and whin the j
department srciied not a single ocmpniit j
was left In the upper rart of the building.
llrnrt I'nllure. ol Aasaolt.
Chief of detectives Shenhan and l'e-
lei'tlie Leplnskl report after ln cntlgat-
lrg the Ocxth of Heay Artkotter. that,
death was not the result of an ciif-uult 1
ArtitoCer la . iid to have mumbled j
ijown a stalrcnse to ;l icar of 2."!1 vj
nrcet. from which pine he was carried 1
to the pround tb.nr by Joe and John ,
Pierba and J:m Mcrtliit. Dr. Koutsky j
was called and after dressing the man's
wounds he was removed to his home.
l-l-a .all for Ihn 'nnnliiiP ulSo Stnles thtlt
three men in the " -- - ""i-
l uve be?:i e'ec te.L ruscd 10 hav d""'1 rrom lieH, t f'' ir'
1 an ins ineiKjM .iaie inoi ne na.i rum-
une'er . n- spoclul , rule,
to nienibernhlp. ' They
water, eflinr of The
are 'Victor rti.se-
Bee. William H 1
one man from e.n h buslm
tion In the city.
MRS. FLOSSY STANLEY ASKS
DIVORCE AND MAIDEN NAME
keeper, whose alleged Miles of II tuor to
her husband, Joseph, she declares have ! Watsnli, managing editor of the World- j
made him Incapable of supporting her Hern'd. nnd John W. Kurt, business '
and two chlliiren. !
Asks 93,000 Damagas ll.larlo Oballe
says he was struck In the head by a ;
Piece of sewer pipe tossed to him hy his i
employer, James Jensen, and that he
suffered a bad headache and other ef- t
fects trom it. His suit for $:i.O0' damages j
has been brought to trial In district j
Osnaral Barrlss Oo to CUioago
Ocneral Harries., president cf the electric
light company, has gone to Chicago,
where he will attend the annual meeting
of the American Association of Llcctricnl 1
Hallway .Engineers. For years he has !
been a member of the association and has j
served as president.
Coa Man Bant to Jail Two a'.leged
confidence men arrested Tuesday by
l'laln Clothes rolicomen Dudley and
.McDonald, were ilispoaed of by Actinj
I'oltce Magistrate Charles W. Biltt in
short order. A. W. Williams was given
cixty days In the county .lull and Charles
Morris was given a suspended sentence
of sixty days.
Wants Wires Out of Way II. W.
liurnum. the liousemovcr, who Eecured
a peremptory writ of mandamus against
the electric light company recently, has
now filed a similar suit against the street
car- company. Alleged refusal of th 1
companies to move wires so that Barnum :
could move a house aero?s a street Inter'
lection led to the suits.
Asks Bsarj Damage An amended
petition, asking for ?20,000 damages for
alleged false and defamatory tatters said
to have been written by the Fuller &
Johnson Manufacturing; company of
Omaha, has Vii,fTiea 'oTstrlrf Tonrr
plained cm several occasions of Jains In
No explanation has been given as to '
manager of the News. The notary dub's , l"e """ ur"lp -'"
.lr r,,l.- .H.nlt. to memhersl.l., only d"nd m!U1 ' PP""" "VO hod Upon
iiih ci.-uii, "lit 11 iea iiik 1111 mm?
Sunday morning. 1-uneral prrvlcts will
I be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday from
'the home of the mother, Mrs. Mary
Knuckle si, Tiventy-flift nnd Madison
street. Interment In laurel Hill ceme
That her husband. Leon.il Stanley
went downtown and never returned to ' rf-c-p.,n
her and that be has r. fus;d to speak 1 A farewell reception was iendrei .Mr.,
to her. 's 0 le.!ed in Mrs. Klon'sy Stanley's,1!. U. Hopkins nnd family at the p.omo of
petition -for divorce .lunt filed in district Hev. I. W. Henderson. 1.V9 Madison street
court. , lhe naks for restoration .of her
maiden name of Ftiniioff. - - . - -
Judge Sears bus granted a decree of ,
divorce to Mrs. Anuia V. 'illams from
Charles T.. who did iut appear t ,1c-
fend the suit. S'.ie was awarded 3!
GUILD IS FARING WELL
WITH DAYTON BOOSTERS
John M. CJuild is di ivt.. a ids new auio
mobile In D.iylon. o., wh?rc he went a
year ago to lake charge of the Greater
Dayton association, lie also has a large
.new home of white stucco on the heights
i A pert card photograph of the home hat
! come to the Commercial club in Omaha
Mr. Guild says that he ia happy with his
automobile. "Drove sixty odd miles yes
terday." he says, "had dinner in the
woods and cooked it r.iyeelf."
Calls for Help
Nature's Willing Worker are
Always at Your
by Hobert' F. I'luinb:' He was n rnrmbor-1 8'ven . by ' th Commercial rlub. This is
COMMERCIAL CLUB TO
GIVE FELLOWSHIP FEAST
, MMn.mii i,nn 1,. h.! Jf frt'm- Klmples. bolls or worse-
, " " , ... , ! ye'r safemard Is P. P. S.. tae famoq
of tl-e school board nt Tcnnent, la., last
year, and was authorized to. buy an on
ltie for a school house, when the local
firm's sieged letters were written.
French Air Scout
: Work is Hfectivejfs
one of the features of entertainment the
entertainment committee has in mind at
present. This matter, together with that
of entertaining the Nebraska Teachers
p.ext week, were consldend at a meeting.
Positively Mtin I roan-
Foley's Honey and Tar Compoundrcuts
the thick choking nucus. and chars away
the phlegm. The gasping, strangling
j Mess, Mich., writes: "We glvo Foley's
IXiNPON.' Oct. 2S. The correspondent I Honey and Tar to our children for croup
of the .a.llv Mail In Tarla in a .dispat"h and it alwaj s acts qi.hkly." No wonder a
to his paper, give.-, a copy cf the German ! man ln'Te.as walked IS miles to tne store
order on avoiding aeroplanes. It ays: U0 get a bottle of Foley's Honey and
"ActorcJInr; to t,ho. report of aeroplane Tar Comroupd. Lvery
user Is a friend.
returned, hc lieen drilled by the Louis
ville An enean AscHuton club. -
observers- our troops are vei y easy t ) dealers -crywhero
cliKcnver In spite it their nray uniform", -lcaue-
of the density of 'heir form.i- j
tion. while the French know --how (o Marks to l.onlm llle.
pr.ite. themselves erfectjy from aerial pitcher Kr-d Marka of the Jiloom.iiKtnn
rucontmiasance. j.Three I leatue . tai:i. who was sold
During n flrlit ..ur Irnnri must make' earlle,- ill t. summer to Cleveland and
use of ihe nnirow files among trees, al
the edges of villages and near th
shelter of houses, avoiding mass, form 1
Hons. Above all absolute stillness must
be maintained in exposed places. At
th .approach of an areoplane all move
ment should cease and It is also necrs
sary to avoid ull movement of batteries'
when areoplar.es aro surveying A single j
nun moving will betray a battery. There j
t-hould tlto be no firing, for the flash
of a gun betrays its position to the uir !
"The success of the French artillery,'
which has caused such marked losses, is
due first to their quickness in determin
ing the ' position of our batteries. To
equal them It Is necessary that our ub
servatlor.a should be pushed l te theirs
far in advance of the lines by men -f
good courage wli ar. not afraid of
blood purifier. It Is always lined up to
attack diseased blood. And It always d-es
the work. It does the work after disap
pointment, after alleged specialists, mer
cury, Iodides, strychnine, arsenic and otlur
destructive drups that have reapd a har
rest of mistakes and left a host cf Invalids
guessing as to what 1 1 to Come. 8. 8. 8.
Is not such a drug a.i tbe cupidity or ig
norance of msn would be able to produce.
It Is Nature's wonderful contribution to
our necessities. It is wonderful because It
ren not be Imitated ; ran not be made any
other way than to assemble Nature's prod
ucts and produce what a host of men know
as 3. 8. 8., the world's greatest medicine.
There are people everywhere that had an
old (ore or ulcer that defied all the snivel
known. And yet B. R. 8. taken into the
blood J-ist naturally put Into that old sore
tbe ele.rats that made new tissue, new
Besb, and covered It with a new costing of
healthy skin. Get a bettle ef 8. 8. B
today of any dmggest and be en the wt
to perfect Wood health. Hut beware ot
substitutes. For special advice consult tht
medical department. The Bwlft Specific Co.
TS Fwlft Pldg., Atlanta, Oa. It Is tree
and baa helped a multitude. .
Death List from
Mine Exnlosion . .
is About Fifty ;
ROTALTON. v. 2M.-Forty-even '
bodies had been recovered at 8 o'clock this
mcmlng from the inle of tU .Franklin
Coal and Coko company. that was
wrecked by a gas exp'o.kn yer'.crday.
All but two or three ft the miners who
entered the workings yesterday morning
have been definitely accounted for, and '
If these perished the death lint w II total '
fifty or fifty-one.
In an effort to al'evlite the hysteria
nhich has been seneral among tl-e
women and children, the coroner haj
barred all relatives o( the d"ad from the
two temporary nioria.- .
The state mln.- lni-s-c tor's in.festiaa-.
tion into the rautrs and responsibility for
the disaster wl.l not '...fil l until the ht't
body has be-n len.ov-d,, from H.j mine,
according to a stateni-nt of the super
intendent of the bureau of mines.
The .coroner's iai.est -vas tegup tuduy, ,
9 4"-- '-v.- r -rfTJF?.
Sit, stand, stoop or run-
You will forget you have Springlcx on.
The spnng-needie knit fab
ric is elastic and form-fitting.
Try a Union Suit.
$1 up, at your dealer.
K. SMITH & CO.,
Tbe Best Palis killer.
Bui klen's Ai nc 3 -Salve when applied to
a cut. bruise burn, scald, etc.. removes
the pain: get a bo. Lie. Ail drujUts.
Oaktaad Grfa Rsdntwla.
The A-ikland club of the Pac flc Coast!
league has signed Plicher Harry tuiip.
mm, a full-blooded Plutx Indian. 19 yearj
kid, right-IiMidcd and cross-eyed.
Do you want a job?
II' you. will lva.l Tlw HcVa "Help
Wiintcd" colujiitls every day you will
soon find the rie;lit f. r yourself.
It in your own fault if you haven't got
a ratisfactory position.
liKAI) AND HUX.
Telephone Tyler 1000
The Omaha Bee
Everybody readi Bee Want Ada
!5?Store Hours, 8:30 A. M. to 6 P. M. Saturday till 9 P. M.
B u rgess-Nash Gompany.
AVrtlnctday, Htnlor H, lH4
STtUlK M-.WS HK Till HsAY
riiciiio Itoiiiflaa l5".
Heres a Sale of Women's and Misses'
That for Style, Quality and Real Value Giving Will
Stand Comparison With Any Offered Elsewhere
WK want you to make a test of that statement make the comparison yourself. We know what the result will he.
Von '11 huy your ready-to-wear here, where thorough satisfaction stands hack of every sTiinnent sold.
There is no need of an elongated story of how, where nnd why we are nhle to offer such extreme values. Suffice
to say that everything is hero exactly as represented and that we consider the offering of the most unusual importance.
WE con s i d e r
values, hoaut i f u 1
new models made
of fine all wool
serge in combina
tion of satin and
Ilie colors are
brown, navy and
green, also black.
You'll agree they'r
p nu final values when
you see them.
Women's and Misses'
Km bracing the season's most
favored styles, including the
popular Kedingote coat,
made of splendid winter
weight materials of the most
desirable sort. Plain tailored
and trimmed with fancy
The colors are brown, plum,
green and navy; also black.
eh ft i mm
that you'll find
Made of high
g r a d o crepe de
chine, iu the new
blouse and tunic
The colors are
navy and brown, also
black, very desirable
for afternoon wear
and very unclal values.
Women's and Misses'
There is certainly a style in
the material and color to
please you, for the variety is
varied to the extreme, in
eluding the college coat, as
well as tin? more convention
al models. Beautiful mix
tures and plain cloths; sizes
for women and misses. The
colors are the most favored
shades for winter.
Women's and Misses'
There are moro then twenty
five of this season's different
and distinctive styles from
which to choose. Made of im
ported mixtures and broad
cloths, superbly tailored and
There are all sizes for wo
men and misses, and the sea
son's best shades are represented.
Genuine Saltz Sealette plush,
lined with a guaranteed
satin in pretty contrasting
shades and beautiful de
signs. Made with storm
flare collar; sizes 36 to 48.
We consider these coats the
best values in the city at tho
. Burs-ass-Hash Co. Beooad noor.
ECONOMY BASEMENT SALESROOM
Extraordinary Sale of Women's and Misses' (lO
Coats About s Regular Price
GOOD warm coats, made up in novelty, cloths, broadcloths, mixtures,
periane cloth, chinchilla, etc More than .r)0 from which to select.
They are not right up to the minute in style, but full of warmth and
service anil at about one-third of the regular price.
$3.95, $4.95, $5.95 and $6.95
Here Are Tailored Suit Values You Can Not Duplicate
A hiltUMJ statement, we admit, but we are ready to back it up to the
very letter. Three groups:
Women's $12.50 Tailored Suits
They're made of plain serge, in blue or
black, new long style coat finished with
velvet cuffs and collar, full satin lined.
The skirt is yoke style and trimmed with
velvet buttons. Jtegular $12.50 values.
sale price Thursday $7.98
Women's and Misses' $19.50 to $25.00
Tailored Suits, $12.98
THKY'RK all latest styles, beautiful in style,
material and color efforts. Made In a va
riety of fine materials. Broadcloths, fancy
weaves, serge, etc., in all me
most desirable shades. Regu
lar $19.50 to $25.00 values,
Women's Skirts, Worth $4.50, in the
Sale Friday at $2.98.
A remarkable line of new- skirts, made plain or
tunic style, of serge, shepherd checks, diago
nals, mixtures, t-triped materials, etc.; wide .se
lection of splendidly made garments, mostly
black and navy blue.
Women's House Dresses at 98c
Made of good quality percales and glngbanih,
to pretty stripes and checks; all colors; finished
with stitching, rick rack and embroidery trim
mings; all sizes 34 to 4, special Qn
Thursday, at, each iOC
Jersey Top Petti
coats; $4 Values, at
Silk Jersey top petti
coats with silk messa
llne flounce; color,
navy, brown, green,
taupe, midnight blue,
emerald and tbe red
shades. A lot of two
hundred to choose
from; regular $4.00
Women's $15 Tailored
Latest styles, made of serges,
fancy weaves and mixtures, in a
splendid selection of new styles;
good range of colors; positively
worth $15.00, Thursday, choice,
Women's 75c Lawn Waists, 49c
Good quality, plain white with roll col
lar and trimmed with lace; several
pretty styles. Regular 75c At
values, Thursday .'..4"C
75c Black Sateen Petticoats, 49c'
Splendid quality, made with 12-ir.ch
pleated flounce, regular 75e Mt
quality. Thursday -.4i7C.
Silk Messaline Dresses, $5.98
Made basque style, trimmed with white pique
collar and cuffs and finished with pleated over
skirt; blue, brown, black, green and purple,
Wool Serge Dresses at $6.98
Splendid quality and very pleasing style: wool
serge, trimmed with braid, wide girdle, Rus
sian tunic; blue, black, brown and green,
aBurgess Nash Co. Everybody's Store 16th and Harneyi
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