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TUN HKK: OMAHA. TlllK'ShAV. ,MI r.M IW'II! IJ, 1:I4
HUSKERS' PRACTICE SECRET
Coadi Stiehm Pattin? Men Through
- Preliminaries for Kansas.
EXPECTING A LARGE CROWD
llee Making frrpnrat loBa la Ka
tertala naar 1 Itltors !f.
wU t'.levra U la
LINCOLN. Nov.' Jl.-Orwx-lal Coach
Stiehm again rut Ms foot vtl squad
through a ion practice last .night be
hind rioted doors. Pccrct practice will
be m tha hm fop all cf the week as
Stiehm I tnklnp no chancra of a 'spy
uncovorii a the now formutlona which he
a preparing for Kansas.
Toe practice Monday nbrht wss devoid
of actual rrlmmnee, but Stiehm put ha
Tarsity through a long; woi k out " last
nlgtit and aent thm ncnlnst the freah
men In rue of the hardest acrlmmotea of
the season. The shown of the regulars
was none too cncouraclnir and yet was
much better than on Monday niijht when
Potter was out of the lineup.
Potter's return haa at lcat bolstered
confijono- of the p'syera and tite show
ing last' rrlfrht was fnlny encouraa'nc
Manager Ouy E. Ueeo ;s preparing; to
entertain the largest -crow of toci call
fana that he, aver hacV -n Lincoln. The
advance reservations are exceeding all
expectations and Tteed believea that
every one of the 11.000 sents on Nebraska
field will be taken. Reed th'nks that
tha -crcwd Tin 'rim- Trp close to 12000.
which will bretik.all attendance records
by a. rile' figure.-'
Stiehm Is having the . nsslsUuiec of
some of the nlumnl In turning; up tht
" Varsity tot the Jayliawkeri. John West
over, Harvey Rathbone, Leonard Purdy,
' and ' a, ' score of former gridiron heroes
wlH give the Nebraska mentor ass'stance
during the remaining few days, before
ine big game.
" ' ' Stiehm promises to show the spectators
something new In foot fall lines against
Kansas. The Nebraska coach has been
busy all week working up a series of
' new playa that are Intended to dazxle
the crowd and Hie team la being very
PTonciem m meir use.
,A11 of the members of the Corahttsker
squad are In excellent shape. Howard
haa apparently recovered entirely from
hla bad knee and Potter Is nlse out of
the hospital -lists so that Nebraska can
enter the game next Saturday physically
' fit for a hard battle.
Bear Dope from Lawrence.
- LAWRENCE. Kan.. Nov. 11. (Special.)
r ivansaa rooi oau entnuslasts expect to
sourl valley resting In Lawrence after
next Saturdays game. The Jayhawker
mentors are not so sure, but are grooming
their team for a hard battle. Secret
- practice haa been instituted and an en
tirely new set of play is being worked
up for the Comhusker gam. "
in Discussing the coming contest Coach
Wheatoh, the head coach of Kansas uni
versity, stated that hla team had a
fighting chance to win and that was all.
Ha witnessed the Nebraska-Mornlngslde
contest and was greatly Impressed with'
the work of the Cornhuskers.
,The . Jayhawkcre will have, their - full
. strength; aa&inst Stlehm'a teatri next Sat
urday.' Janics. the " big . ?AI-pound guard.
who 'has been "out .of the game for two
, weeks, ,1s In prime shape, and Kaolins;,
, who has been on the hospital list, la again
,.b,le . t .take up hi work at center.
'Uustet' Coolldge, at right end. will bo
ready for the game In, spite of tho bol'.a
i Which' are ctacnraHnfl- lila nrb tn Iko
.( line .the-twa, teams, pice s,bout equal In
.wlghtl..anAsrength, but In the Wek
v. . 1 . .. i . - ' t j ... - ' .
Iprity of Stlehmj .men. The Jayhawker
bach , field cannot b . compared with
Chamberlain. ', ftutherford. . Potter and
Doyle. Wood, at quarter, and Gray at
- n uwtv m iiiv -two ii.inaiujs 01 ine
Kansas back' field and probably will bear
t be brunt of the work next Saturday at
Lincoln. Captain -l Detwller although a
"hard fighter,, has -not reached-his oll-
tlneforTri 00 acco'.'nt of the Injured, leg
'f;ihic.h'..h receded last season.'
vJoore than J00 rooters expect to go to
f Lincoln for the game, which will be the
biggest contest in the valley.
If Back Hurts,
Begin on Salts
Flush the kidneys at once when
Ilackachy or Madder hot lurs -Meat
form uric acid.
No man or woman who ear meat reg
ularly can make a mistake by flushing
the kidneys occasionally, says a well
known authority. Moat forma uric acid
which rloas the kidney pores so they
sluggishly filter or strain only part of
the- waate and poisons from the blood,
then you get sick. Nearly all rheuma-
tlsm, headaches, liver trouble, nervous
I ness, ronrtlpatlnn, d'xsiness, sleepless-
ness. bladder disorders come from slug
The moment you feel a dull ache In the
kidneys or - your bacjc hurts, or If the
'urine Is clou ly, offensive, full of setll-
mcnt. Irregular of passage or attended by
; a soimat on 6f scalding, got about fonr
' ounces of Jad Salts from any reliable J
I'lmtiiiAij mm ianc a lauiespoomui n
I a glass of water before hre.ikfast for a
' few days and yofir kidneys will then act
'fine. fThis famous salts la made 'from
j the arid of grapes and lemon Juice, com-,
r.ineu with mhla and has been used for
generations to flush clogged kidneys and
! Kt'mulato them to aot'vlty, also to neu-
, trallze the acids In urlnn so It no longer
caup-s Irritation, thus ending bladder
I Jad Suits is Inexpensive and cannot In
: .lure; mnkrs a delightful effervescent
1 l'thla-wnter drink which all regular meat
enters should take now and then to keep
I the kidneys clean and the blood pure.
thereby avoiding serious kidney compli
Likely Not to Get
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb.. Nov1. 11. (Special.)
1 IU-celpt of the official vote cast on the
constitutional amendments reveals that
almost without exception the three propo
sitlons are falling behind the vote cast
for the head of tha ticket. Under the
constitutional provision that an amend
ment to carry" must have a majority of
votes on the proposition, providing this
i a majority of ..votes cast at the elocu
tion, "the three propositions, even though
they secured a heavy vote, will fail.
".Taking four counties at ranhont over
the state, in no Instance does any amend
ment have In the affirmative a majority
of votes cast " on . governor. In Butt
county the highest amendment received
635 votes, while a majority on governor
l67j In Greeley, the amendment received
679 votes and the majourtty on governor
Is 179; ln lawe the- figures . are T99 and
747;' In Nuckolls. IMS : and 1,4(3. .'",
AUSTRIANS JACK BREAD
One Day'i Rations Mntt Do for
Three in Army. .
SPIES ABOUND IN COUNTRY
PHaktrat Rtrrrnlsa f lloabt as ta
Aathentlelty ( Offlelal Reports
Met with Arrest by the
(Copyright. 1S14. by Press Publishing Co.)
ROM Nov. 11 (Special Cablegram
to New Tork World and Oniaha Bee.)
Advices received here from Petrograt
say that prisoners tell the Russians that
the Austrian army for the last month
lins been getting one day's bread rations
every three days and sugarless coffee. !
The food supply has also failed. The t
Austrian army, still Ignores Imbcrg's 1
fall. . Hungarians, commanding A us- I
trian troops raueed an endless muddle j
owing to their Ignorance of the language.
Spies Infest the cafes and apartment
houses In Vienna, arresting those ex
pressing doubt of the truth of the offlclxl
reports. , The censorship organlxatlt n In
Austria varies according to tho district.
For Instance, Trieste la served with
entirely different aews then Uerlln and
Vienna. Where there is no censor, no
papers are published.
Polea Aff I.ayal.
A rich Russian la giving abundantly
to the homeless of Poland. Moscow
papers are filled with columns of praise
for Polish loyalty, showing that Ger-
many unintentionally la welding together
two hitherto antagonistic peoples.
The (JxarowttrTi takes InteiiBc Interest
in his owa hospital. He lately returned
to Petrograd from the front. He spends
days . there 'glvlngiho woundod dec
orations of flowers.
CanrorrHeh Aaxlona to .Flaht.
"When I am a man I will go to the
front to fight the Germans. Papa says
I am too young yet." ha says.
He holds the patients' hands, and asks
convalescents endless questions about the
Princess Tatiana, the csara second
daughter, has given Moscow a splendidly'
John Suspic of Sunbury, Pa., writes:
"Dr. King's New Life Pills are the best
pills for constipation." 25c. All drug
. The Want Ad Columns of The Bee Are
Read Pally by People In Search of Ad
vertised Opportunities. ' ' , '
OndAWZED .AGRICULTURE ' . '
; J WILL- TALK ABOUT WAR
(From a- Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Nov. 11. (Special ) The Eu.
ro pea n war and Its effects on tha various
lines of agricultural production will be
discussed at the' meetings at organised
agriculture in Lincoln January 18-ia.
Bankers and business men- are being
urged to Join with the .farmers and. at-
tend .the .meetings of tho .twenty-five
socket) In order-; that, they .may - avail
themeelves of - the views of the experts
who will discuss questions of vital In
terest to the farmer.
There will bo an apple show at the
Auditorium in charge of Secretary J. 11.
Duncan - of the Slate Horticultural so
ciety. F. Joslah Chase will have charge
of the mammoth corn show. Premium
lists of the apple show may be obtained
of Secretary Duncan at Lincoln and Prof.
Chase of the state farm will, supply ln
formation concerning 'the corn show.
.Prof. Condra will display moving pic
tures showing the leading industries of
the state. ;
- IV o tea Iron Tryoa.
TRTON, Neb.; NoV. lL-(8pecia..)-W.
E. ..Fljnn and son, Will, "who were arr
rested for assault on Will C. Chessmore,
were brought before County Judge stark
last Saturday , and were required to give
bonds' In the sum of $300 for their ap
pearance next Saturday. The Flynns then
swore out an information charging Ches-more-
with dogging and Injuring their
hogs. The Sheriff arrested Chessmore and
he was placed under bonds to appear Sat
urday. . . -'.',. ; ,
A prairie fire swept the country about
four mlfes northwest of thfs city the first
dt, .tha week. Considerable hay was
t K a We
Bamelo f- Pyramid Pllo . Retried,
mailed free for trial gives quick relief,
stops Itching, bleeding or protruding
riles, hemorrhoids and all reoul
roubles, la the privacy of your own
home. 0o a bos at all druggists. Fre? .
aaaapk far trial with booklet mailed
tree la plain wrappsr. .
FREE SAMPLE COUPCN
PYRAMID DRTTO COMPANY.
. Sli Pyramid IUdgM Marshall, Mich.
Kindly send me a Free sample of
ryrsssM rue Kesaeay, la plain wrapper.
Nam ........., mmxm
City Rata i
MANY DEMOS WANT GRAND
CiIlAND 1SLASM. Neb. Nov. 11 (Special.)-
H I expected thst the campaign
for the local postmastershlp will, with
the conclusion of the election, be taken
up In the very near future and there Is
an Imposing line of candidates. Among
the mit frequently mentioned and most
active candidates are J. C. (lerpacher.
at present county chairmen, and J. W.
Pink, former representative and well
known In democratic pollt'cal circles.
Others, however, almost as prominently
mentioned aro J. A. Woolstenholm.
former state ' senator; 11. P. 'Tucker,
drugglet; C. It. Menck. banker; 11. A.
F.dwards and Kditor oil of the Free
Press, while KmH V'eregg, formerly coun
cilman, is aMd to be a recent potential
entry and there are rumors of promising
horses of a rtartt color. While the In
cumbency Of the present postmaster be
gan April, It'll, the comm'sslon (a dated
February 13, and the latter, with tho
requested permission ..of the department,
has expressed In a letter to .Senatoi1
Hitchcock and to - Chairman W. 'II.
Thompson of this city his readiness to
make the transfer In January at the he
ginning of the quarter, thus obviating
tho HrcmMt ef nkhi msiy evtrt
report and ac oinni.xlatlna hl iuuvcaor.
If the sum" can be appointed ami com
missioned .by that tlm
Folej's Honey and lr t omponnd
for t roan.
Cr'iup scares you. The loid, hoarse,
rroury cough, choking and gasping for
breath, labored breathing, call for Im
mediate relief. The very first doses of
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound will
master the croup. It ruts the thick
mucus, dears away the phelgm and
opens up and rasra the air passages.
Harold Berg, Mass. Mich., writes; "We
give Foley's Honey and Tar to our chil
dren for croup and It always acta
quickly," Kvery ueer a friend. For sale
by all dealers every where. Advertisement.
Two (are of Alfalfa Harnett.
HOI.DHKUE. Neb.. Nov. ll.-(Speclal )
T'- hox oars of alfalfa hay rausht
fire. on. east-bound freight train No. 70
in the nr Ighborhood of Mascot, Ne.v
They were set off on the sidetrack at
Hoidregn and allowed to burn. The cars
caught fire from the engine, although
they were twelve cars from the front.
The estimated loss to the company la
Tiy this new
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and tongue. It makes your
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Peppermint is good for everybody and
the DOUBLE . strength - flavor of
makes it ' E)OUBLY good, and long
l a s t i n g.
It's 'SEALED in a DOUBLE wrapped
package always fresh, full - flavored
With each 5c package -you
getva United Profit-Sharing
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Please your palate andi your pocket
book please the whole family with
these delightful and economical con
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Since Eighteen Forty-seven
BEFORE your grandfather w-ns a father, men
who were pood iudges said. "CF.DAR BROOK,
to be urc." JuiiRe Wm. H. McBrayer wss a
good Joilge, aa history will show. At the eerly age
cf thirty, he was elected Judge of Andrew County,
Kentucky, and as a distiller , he set a standard of
superior quality lor bourbon whiskey which his brand,
CEDAR BROOK, haa maintained to this very day.
At all leading Dealers,' Clubs,
Bars, Restaurants and Hotels
retired In Pned - ""k . ' VT-?(. jV;
For Sale Everywhere ,
United Coupons now also com
with the famous
Is the name of
will give th
the doll we
To Our Busy Little Bees
-.. -v V-...;.
She is 25 inches high,
has beautiful eyes ami
hair and clothes that
will make any little girl
Ylrrtala will e' rlvsa
Tt e tha llttla gin.
- sadar ' 10 ' years f r airs,
that briar of nralla aa
lae larreat innsn of
doll'g ptctacea .eat ant el
tha Sally aaa ; Roaday
" Bee efor 4 p, aa. Saou .
ay, Meramba 1
Her picture will be in
TH6 Keo' Vyery . day, this
week. Cut them all out
and ask your friends to
save tho pictures in
'their paper for you, too.
. Seo.how many pictures
' of "Virginia you can get,
and be sure .to turn them
in to Tho Bfco officd be-
. foro 4 p. m, Saturday,
November 14. "
-i . .- . .... ..
If you don't win this Dolile.
perhapa you can get one' next
week. Only one doll will be
given to any one peraon.
You can see Virginia at The Bee Office
- - '
' $ .V . til
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Bt'e Headers are too Intelligent to Overlook the Opportuni
v ties in the "Want Ad" Columns. They're Worth Reading.
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ONT: BTEP At " tha ball' That' All,'
Medley Victor Military Band. .
ONB STEP California and You, In--trodpelng
"I'm Makln' For Maoon"
ONE STEP Rpse of the Mountain
.Trail. Medley Victor Military Band.
ONE STEP Croony Melody. Med-:ley.-Vlctor
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Dance Wccbrd s '
NEW CASTLE . POLKA Pre vand
Kasy Victor Military Band. "
KEWPOX TROT Ballin'. the 'Jack.
NEW FOX TROT Meadowbrook,
' NEW FOX TROT Do tha Funny Fox.
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WALTZ Oone;ratulatlon Waits
Europe' Society prchestra. ,'
New at. vie Victrobt A,
with tholce of ten
doulile face Victor 10
lnch reconbi, 20 sflec
tions $H.OO raah and
tO.OO a month.
Three Days More of Unprecedented Inducements
on Victor Victrblas, Commencing Thursday, Nov. 12
"Victrola Vekf'' originated and introduced by Mlckel's Nebraska Cjcle Co., is a week Riven over to Uie exrlushe exhibition, deiuonstratlon and aelllng of Victor Vic- '
trulas. During that Meek you will be givn au opportunity to buy a Victrola in "Pulfit" form; on trnis that are unbelievably esy on VUKK TRIAL and AI'I'ItOVAL
if you wish. 1i Victor expert of national rep u tat on will be here during "Victrola Week" to show how this peerless entertainer may be used for Dancing-, a an Kdura
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-. will be in order so aa to give you a first hearing of the xlance, aong and Instrumental records that are most popular at the moment. This wUl, in fact, be a concert!
effort to place Victrolas in the Hl'NDltEDH of homes that would be aU the happier with Vlctrolas within their walla.
Take Advantage of "Victrola Week" Terms and Inducements -
Buy Now at the Threshold of the Fall and Winter Indoor Season
If you live out of town, write and take advantage of "Victrola Week" In
ducements by Mail. If you live here, but cannot call, Phone Douglas 1662.
.'.' '" .' .'. " :. '
New style Victrola VUI, with choice
of five doubfe tace lO-lnch Victor
Records, JQ aeJecUons, $3.00 cash
and $3.00 a month., , " '
If you have an Old '. Style
,lIol, Machine, trade It In to."
wards one of these modern new
Vlctrolas, and we. will make yos
a liberal ALLOWANCE. .
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Corner 15th and Harney Streets, Omaha, Nebraska
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