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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1914)
TIIK I1KK: OMAHA, WKDNKKDAY, XOVKMUKIt 18. 1014.
With ft Little Smart's tVM"Tl
Tablet, the Peer of Perfect
Tou should soe our farmers end their
ovs anting In the Mollis. On the frm
five menls a dav Is the role. No one
ever has stomach trouble bffiiiN meals
are dlsested lind people live normally.
In the city we lone our ''pep" n 'n
digestion, dyspepsia, stomsrh trouble,
tc. rnnke in look on ttva mli an
rtrait'i Bar "Jnit think of fcretfcer
Jo 1b the city. He can' oat. 'Why, ft
andwioa like this would kill alaa.1
A majority of people have com to
know the tiffining which en occasional
use of Stuart s Dyspepsia. Tahleta confer
upon tha ttomarh. They sr. unquestion
ably' tha most lKipular remedy known,
for the reason that dyspepsia Is tha na
tions! disease, and these wonderful lit
tle tatilets have Ions; since acquired a
national reputation bs a thoroughly re
liable and efficient cure for all form of
dyspepsia and Indigestion.
No matter how great tha excess of
food taken Into the stomach, one or two
of these tablets Will digest every particle
of It. A package of Htuart's, Dyspepsia
Tablets should always be In the house.
Many a person has saved himself from
. a serious attack of acute Indigestion by
using- them after heavy meals, such as
are - eaten Christmas, ' New Year's,
Thanksgiving and other holidays and
After attending banquets, late sup
pers, heavy fancy dinners, after-theator
farties, etc., where one has dined sump
uously and luxuriantly, Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets should invariably be' used,
as they digest the food perfectly and
completely, and prevent all possibility of
dyspepsia, which, without their use, Is
more than likely to ensue.
Go to your -druggist today and buy a
box.- A small sample package of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets will be mailed free
to any one who will address if. A
Htuart Co., 1D0 Stuart Bldg., Marshall.
HARVEST HOME HEAL SERVED
Bnckinglun Treat Ak-Sar-Ben
Gorernors to Surprise.
ALL STJRROTJIfDINGS OF FARM
t kef la Overalls "erres Veaac Roast
Plsr froaa Plaat Tva Barrels
Viae Table Uses la
A "harvest dinner'' or sausage and roast
Pit;, served by a chef In overalls and
Jumper and by waitresses In ginghams.
and with all tho settings of harvest time
on tha farm, was the novelty enjoyed by
the governors of Ak-flnr-nen as the
gueits of President Kverett Buckingham
at tha South Omaha Live Stock exchange
Tha governors are famous for Innova
tions In tha way of parades and carnival
attractions. But their occasional meet
ings and ' dinners heretofore have been
quits "swell" In nature, and have been
enjoyed la an atmosphere of fine linen,
cut glass and beautiful flowers, with
milk-fed squab and similar fancies' as
the Items of repast.
Just to prove that corn-fed pig, the
kind that made Nebraska famous, tastes
mighty fine, even In an atmosphere of
Mass for Mrs. Swift
A touching tribute to the life work of
a pioneer woman by the son of pioneer
parents marked the funersl services of
Mrs, Thomas Pwlft. 2W7 Webster street,
st St. John's church, Tuesday morning
Rt Rev. r. A. McOovern, bishop of Chey
enne, celebrated pontifical requiem mass
as a personal tribute to the decessed.
The parents of Bishop' McGovern and
Mrs. Swift snj her husband, who died
three years sgo, were intimate friends
In the early years of Omaha nearly sixty
year ago, as well as throughout the later
They had struggled . together, endured
the hardships Incident to the upbuilding
of the city and reared families under, con
ditions which developed the . fine quali
ties of mind slid heart wherewith pio
neer history Is ennobled.
pathos the son of companion pioneers
gave expression to the strength of friend
ship's ties wrought In the crucible o' pio
neer struggles. )
Bishop McUovern said that tha men
who came here nearly sixty years ago, to
directed their footsteps to paths of honor
Assisting Bishop McGovern In the cele
bration "of the mass were Ftev. M. A.
Brongeet of Ht. John's, ss deacon of
honor; Ilev. F. P. McManus of Council
Blurts and Rev B. F. Galvin of BpaMing,
Neb., as subdeaeons. and Rev. James W.
fltenson of St. Phllomena's, as master of
oeremonlea. In the rhnncel were Rev. D.
P. Harrington of ft Cecilia's, Rev. B.
Plnne of Pt. Mary Magdellne's, Rev.
Fsther Klnsella of Crelghton college and
Rev. P. P". Carroll of Wiener. Neb.
Interment was In the family lot In Holy
Repulcher cemetery, where the burial
servb-e was read by Father Ptenson.
The pallbearers were:
Wllllein Bushman, F. J. Burkcloy,
Patrick Duffy, T. F. Kennedy, '
I. J. Dunn, ' JamesDwrtale. '
Comp Sues City for
Charles T.' Comp has sued the city of
Omaha for 12,000. He ' allege that he
i was damaged In that amount by the
With heartfelt MtabUshment of a high grale across
property near Bedford avenue, which the
city secured from him by -condemnation
suit anc.then proeeoded to park. He
still owns -property adjoining the boule
vard. 1 ; T.
farm life. President Buckingham planned I rUt ,hrlr trough the wilderness and
' foiir. Knew. a V.a1 -nftiivA nrl i'a f Inna
ARE YOU ALL
. : ; ' .'
Rbeumaialtt Will Make
, ou Feel Fine
If you havs that, ."all-lit" feeling, always
ache, always tired, and are in ii "run
down" condition, then ' you need.Rh.u
masslts, tha scientifically blended and
chemically pure carbonated llthla drink.
For constipation, headaches, sallow
skin, coated tongue, bad breath, Indiges
tion, biliousness or rheumatism, take
There la no caffeine or calomel, or any
dangerous drugs In Rheumasalts. It can
bs used for adults, convalescents and In
fsnu. Pimply ask your druggist to give you
sbout five ounces of Rheumasalts. Taka
two teaspoonfula In a gloss of water be
fore breakfast each morning and In a
few days you will feel fins.
Rheumasalts cleans out tho stomach and
Intestines, eliminates toxins and poisons
and leaves the intestinal canal clean and
sweet. It sweeps the system clean from
putrid, fermenting food. II you eat meal,
his novel dinner as a surprise to his as
soclatcs. Tha stunt was the outgrowth
of a threat he made last summer:
"When pork sausage Is ripe, I'll show
you something different from stuffed
When the governors reached the Exf
change dining rooms they found the
place gay with Ak. Par-Ben red. green and
yellow bunting, and with good old Ne
braska cornstalks, banked thick against
tha walls. A typical farm table, heavily
laden .with all tha good "eats" of har
vest time, was spread for them. In the
canter, crowning a pile of golden pump
kins, fine squashes and pretty colored
lights, .was choice roast pig.
Farm aausage, fried eggs, Oerman fried
potatoes and hominy formed tho first
course of tha dinner. While that was In
progress the chef. In farm costume,
carved' tha pig on vi Improvised table,
mads by, laying a plank on two barrels.
It waa served with rich dressing and
squash, with pumpkin pie and coffee for
dessert, and all tha time the liquid part
of the dinner was poured from half gal
lon 'Jugs, Instead of th glass or silver
vessels that are usually employed for
Instead of a. Hungarian orchestra to
furnish muslo for the repast, a choice
and noisy collection of live ducks, geese
and pigs whlled away tha tlmo with
barnyard 'harmony, over In ft corner of
the big room.
After dinner waa served by the .glng-ham-clad
farm lassies, the governors ad
journed In autos to witness the perfor
mance at tha Boyd theater,' as Jests of
Louis C. Nash.
found homes, had to endure privations
which tested their strength and endur
ance. Equal to them were tha women who
acfompanled them and. shared the -hardships
of the time. They were strong of
will and sturdy of body, and their com
panionship and encouragement 'were an
Inspiration for their spouses. The . de
ceased, whom he had known In his youth
and. Inter as her pastor, was a type of
the Lest of pioneers. Phe reared a fam
ily of children rightly and well and
DENVER GATEWAY CASE
BEING HEARD AT DENVER
There has trer. an exodus of .Union
Pacific attorneys and officials to Denver,
where before a special examiner for the
Interstata Commerce commission, testl
mony Is to he taken on the company's
proposition to close the Denver gateway
against the Rock Inland, Burlington, Mis
souri Pacific and Denver A Rio Grande
Sheriff So Fussed !
He Loses Marriage
Certificate in Car
A man doesn't get married often, so
when he does sny slight embarrassment I
or confusion on his part ran be fssily I
sccounted for. At any rate, friends of
Pherlff Felix McShane readily explain,
away 'his "fussed" condition yesterday1
when he arrived In Omaha unexpectedly
with a bride accompanying him. He was I
s J disconcerted by the new order of things
that In the process of trying to get out i
of -the stateroom sa.1 up town unknown!
to friends he Inadvertently dropped his
marriage certificate In the Pullman car.
A telegram from Crown Point, Ind., had,
stated that the sheriff and Irma Conlln
had been licensed to wed there Monday,,
so the marriage certificate was rot a I
complete surprise. The certificate lndl-i
rates that Justice of the Peace H. D. 1
Nicholson of Crown Point performed the
ceremony the day the license was i,sued.
Plnce arriving In Omaha on Burlington
train No. 5 this morning, Mr. and Mrs.
McShane have been fighting shy of their
friends, fop they know they have plenty
of Joking reproach due them for the
sc?rocy they adopted In having the knot
The presence of ' the newly-weds In i
Omaha might not yet be known If they
had not accidentally dropped their mar- J
rlage certificate in their stale room,
where the. porter found it, and turned it
in among th6 "lost and found" at the
office of the Pullmnn company.
Mrs. McShane Is already known to the
sheriff's circle of friends, as she has
made her home hero for some time. She
was a widow, with two children, In the
care of her mother at Council Bluffs,
and uttendlng school there.
or blood Is full of uric acid. Hlwumn
lls will banish urla acid from your sys
tem and also act as a saline laxative.
Remember the nam
sure that your druggist
by the famous ltueumabath Company,
Men Must Plan Ahead
in Order to Achieve
Some Big Success
"Any city, county,- state or Individual,
In order - to amount to anything, must
have a plan," said M. L. Barton, presi
dent of Pmtth college In his address at
tha Commercial club yesterday. "Hafe
you aver seen tho two types of people?
One drifts and tha other plans. These
are two fundamental typea. Tha race la
fundamentally divided on this point. You
have all seen the man It was an inspira
tion to meet.
The man who had a purpose, who
was going ahead, who was planning his
work ahead, ani who waa mapping out
his future and working toward It. When
that man succeeds and you first hear of
-Hheumasalts. Be j u you say, well I am not surprised. I
which "s prepared H' would get there."
Mr, liurton gave as an example the
city of Athens of old. with the Insignifi
cant population of So.OOO, a country vil
laga of today. He said It was becausa
very Individual of that village hal a,
plan that tha city became great In his
tory. That plan and purpose was to
make everything In tha city beautiful,
and It became tha art center of the
Rome, he said, had tha Idea of organ
isation and system and . mastery . and. It
became master of the civilised world. .
"The city of Omaha will never bo a
great city until you plan and dream
dreams of what you want to be." he aald.
"Plan far ahead. Plan and dream
dreams larger than you can realise, be
es use tnen. and then only, will you at
tain to something worth while."
Howell Eef uses to
Turn Water Into
Fifty Flush Tanks
PrOVe lOf lOUrSeif I ha dvlscd the city council that General
aianaaer it. n, iioweil or the Metropoli
tan Wator district baa refused to turn
on the water for fifty flush tanks In
new sewers and that poisonous gases
are threatening parts of tha city with
ir. Horn ell refuses to turn on the
water inless the flush taifka ara
metered." aaid Mr. McGovern. "It la
impracticable to meter them. And wa
have fitted the WO flush tanks In tha
city with new nosalea on Mr. Howell's
recommendation so that not mora than
K.flOO gaJlons will pass through each
tank in a , month, although Mr. Howell
is supposed to furnish 60.00 gallons ft
Tha council will consider tha comnlsJnt
In committee of tha whole meeting Monday-
ti l . T V I i
Bottled la Bond
Has for three gener
tha choice of the
judges of good
Men's Union Suits
Made of fine combed yarns;
ecru and gray color; extra
heavy weight; close,! crotch.
Worth to 11.30.
Hpeclal, at, per
Men's Union 8nlt Made of
fine-combed ribbed yarns in
ecru and gray color. Extra
heavy weight. Spe
cial, each suit.
Tests, rants anal Drawers for
Kisses, Children aad Boys in
flat wool, white and nft
gray. Garments worth .JjjC
.up to 00c. Bpeclal, each .
Women's Union I nits In part
wool and silk and wool; plain
and Swiss ribbed; all styles and
slsen; worth from
til BO to $3.60. Spe
cial, per suit...
Woman's TTnioa Butts In part
wool and fine cottons; all styles
and slsee; worth up
to $1.60. At, the
Woman's Union Units In medium
and fleecy lined cottons; high
neck, long sleeves; Dutch neck,
elbow sleeves; low neck, sleeve
less: In ankle lengths; f f
worth up to $1.00. Bpe- OiJC
Kisses Ohildrsn's aad Boys' Unioa
alts In fleecy lined cottons,
cream and grsy; hle-h neck, long
sleeves, ankle length, open crotch
and drop seat; all sixes
to 1$ years. Bpeclal at,
ts In part
s; all styles
Men's Union Suits
Fine wool mixed; gray color
and mixtures; cloned crotch.
Uarmentn worth up to $3.00
-per suit bipe
Men's Silk nnl Wool and Mer
cerized Union Suit Wright's
and other high grade makes.
Worth to 1 5 suit.
Special, each suit.
Women's Union Buits Women's
fine cotton union suits: hiirn
neck, long sleeves, ankle lengtha;
in fleecy lined cotton;
nieacnea or cret
bleached or cream; 60c jJjC
Children's Union Butts Children's
part wool and fine cotton union
suits; some sizes in Munslng in
cluded. High neck, long sleeve,
ansie lengm; wime or
natural. Worth up to
$1.60. At, suit
Children's. Kisses, and Boys'
Teats, Vants aad Drawers
l-'leecy lined cottons; cream or
gray; all sixes to 16 ftff
years.' Special values JJC
Boys' aad CHrls' Tests, rants and
Drawers Made of heavy fleeced
cotton: all sizes; worth f r
up to 3uo 'a garment. I i5C
special, eacn -Wn
Women's Union Buits Tn medium
Weight and fleecy lined cottons;
high neck, long sleeves; Dutch
neck, elbow, and low neck, elbow;
in ankle lengths; rcu- Cf
lar and extra sixes. Per QIJC
ywn wn ,w" . 'I WOyXWJlWf? 9
I "a sr. v . . m fez
l 1 kSi
by tha old
fashioned method la
small tabs acknowW
edited the only method
by which hUheat ausiity
1 be attained.
iUMll iHttMl 1
POLICE ASKED TO LOCATE
. SOME MJSSING PEOPLE
Omaha polios have been notified to look
for Louis Barker of Uloomlngton, 111.,
who is being sought by his mother, Mrs.
A. McGUL of that city: Carroll Jon.a.
whoa, baby Is dying at Kansas City.
and James C. Milt'an of Denver, Colo.,
who as fallen heir to a large sum of
money from his fsther. Mra. Q. 1 Aliea
of Hillside, Neb., has been located by
Officer Kloa as sa . employee of the
Omaha Paper Stock company, lier hus
band asked, the polios to look for her.
Jease Millard of Long Beach, Cal.. Is
another whom tha police ara looking for.
Ills brother. C. II. Millard, wishes to g
In touch wilh bios.
This ts ft medicine Intended especially
for stomach troubles, biliousness and con
stipation. It Is meeting with much suc
cess and rapidly gaining la favor ani
popularity. . Obtainable every where. Ad
. " ' 0
-ifTnt BABY IS" CUTTING I tETH
l!rs. WInslow's Soollun? Sym?
A SPLENDID REGULATOR
PURELY VEGEIkBIE-KOT NARCOTIC
A. IB l?9
We can't think ot any name but BABY for the doll we are go
ing to give away this week.
If you girls want to see the prettiest, sweetest baby doll in all
' the world, Just come down to The Bee office this week and see
BABY you 11 be glad you came. Just to look at ner.
Everything about her looks "BABY;" her dresses, shoes, hair,
..cheeks, mouth, everything is Just dearinnocent, pink BABY.
Wouldn t you like to hold her in your arm just a wee moment!
And think of It she Is going home with one of yon next week, to
be ALL YOUR OWN.- How happy that little girl will be.
1 "1 Maybe, that little girl
1 is You.
"Baby" will be gives
Free to tha little girl,
under 10 years of age,
that brings or mails us
the largest numbs r of
doll's ptotnres out oat of
the Dally and Monday
Baa before 4 p. at. Satur
day, Mot. 8 1st.
Her picture will be in
The Beo every day this
week. Cut them all out
and usk your friends to
save the pictures in
their paper for you, too.
See how many pictures
of "Baby" you can get.
and be sure to turn
them in to The Bee of
fice before 4 p. m., Sat
urday, Novt 21st.
If you don't win this Dollle,
perhaps you can get one next
.... I. . ... I . . I . . 1 ... .
!. V,, UUtl WI41 Of
given to any one person.
You cab se "BABV" at
The llitrvartl Drag Store, 21th and Farnam,
londay sMitl Tueadar.
Sherman Met unnell's. Ifltb and lodge,
Wednesday aud Thursday.
The Owl lirux bUtre, 1 6th and Harney, ,
FritUy and haturday.
Special Sales Now Offer Bayers 1-3-Saving on Wom
en's ani Children's Winter Underwear and Furnishings
f PV rr''.TAJBir. '.tc 'j
Men's Winter 0'coats
Made to Sell at $1A7S
$18 and $20, Choice
Broken lots left from our
recent big sale; some sizes
missing in nearly all pat
terns, but all sizes from 33 to
48 included. Balmacaans,
English belted coats,
Ulsterettes and Shawl
collar Ulsters in a splen
did assortment of most
SUITS and 0'COATS
Made to Sell Regularly
to $15.00, to dQ rjr
close at. .,...$. .J
Included nro nil irnnl (
Chinchilla & St. George (fi
Overcoats in all styles
and best colors. Sizes
34 to 46.
You'll Certainly B Bur
prised at the Values.
Four Specials in Blankets:
All $5.00 Blankets
for 1 .... .
All $7.50 Blankets
All $10.00 Blankets
Five Specials in Comfortables:
All $2.60 Comfortables for 91.69
All $3.00 Comfortables for 91.00
All $4.00 Comfortables for 98.89
All $5.00 Comfortables for $3.48
All $6.50 oCmfortables for 94.36
Crib Comfortables, for SI r
380, 600, 7Bo, 91.00 and.
Bath Robing 60c values, AO,
Domestic Room Specials
36-ln. Outing Flannel,
27-in. Outing Flannel, 10c
36-ln. Percales, dark or
denulne Amoskeag Outing,
72x90 Sheets, special 60c,
&t H.Cts v . s - sa
81x90 Sheets, special 75c,
' at, each
15c Towels, heavy huck,
15c Turkish Towels, at, Qq
$l'oohDamask Table Linen, "I Cp
$1.25 Oerman Silver QRf
Bleached, 72-inch, at IU
Napkins at, dozen, from 3 jjQ
Most Complete Line in Omaha.
Circular ecalloped pattern Table Cloths, pure flax;, $5.00
Hemltltched pattern Table Cloths, assorted designs;
11.50 values, each
Dinner Set Cloth and one dozen Napkins to match, hem
stitched; $6.00 values, per eet
Unhemtned pattern Table Cloths, assorted sixes; $4.00
Hemstitched Ka pains, plain satin damask, pure flax;
$3.00 values, dozen..
Satin Damask, by yard,' one lino pure flaxi 72-inch;
$1.60 values, yard
Hayden's Make the Grocery Prices
1 For the People
19 lbs. Best Granulated Sugar
for , .
43-lb. Backs Diamomd H. Floor
Nothing like it for bread, I fl
pies or cakes, sack 9 1 tV
We caution the publlo against
brands put up to deceive you for
Diamond "H." This is our own
brand and every sack is primed
with Hayden Bros, name on same.
10 bars Beat-'Km-AU, Lenox, White
Russian or Laundry Queen, white
laundry soap : 8&0
10 lbs. best white or: yellow corn
meal for X9o
7 lbs. best rolled white Breakfast
Oatmeal for flSo
The b8t hand picked Navy Beans,
per lb. 1 Bo
6 cans oil Sardines 95o
4 lbs. beat Pearl Tapioca 96o
6 lbs. choice Japan Rice S60
The best Domestic Macaroni, Vermi
celli or Spaghetti, pkg. . . .'. .TVo
2-1 b. cans Fancy Sweet Sugar Corn
2-lb. cans Wax, String, Green or
Lima Beans Blio
S-H. cans Boston Baked Beans, aVie
S-lb. cans solid packed Tomatoes.
at 8 Wo
Corn Flakes, pkg ...80
1-lb. cans Snyder's Tomato Soup;
Advo Jell, for dessert, pkg....7V4o
MacLaren's Peanut Butter, lb., IflHo
Hershey'a Breakfast Cocoa, lb., 80c
Uolden Santos Coffee, lb too
Try a cup of Armour's Hot Boul
lon FREE in Grocery Dept.; also
Dainty Jellies, Loose-Wiles Fam
ous Cookies, Cudahy'a and Emery's
Deviled Bardlnes. '
rusK BOTrrxxxjv tsobtasus
SOW OW tltl bUUET
Fresh Carrots or Beets, bunch . . 4o
Fresh Shallots, 3 bunches for..lOo
Fresh head Lettuce, per head..7VaO
Fancy wax or green Beans, lb., 7Ho
Fancy lUpe Tomatoes, lb THO
Fancy California Cauliflower, lb.,
New Chestnuts, per lb .....ISo
t lame soup bunches ...,10o
2 stalks fresh Celery .....So
6 large Grapefruits 8fto
FRncy cooking apples, pk , SOo, 950
Old Beets, Carrots. Turnips Pars
nips or Rutabagas, per lb....lHo
Fancy red or yellow Onions, lb.. 8c
rancy WasUaXtoa or Idaho' o
Joaathaa Apples, par box. . . .91.39
it trv twiAvr&fETivi'a nnQT it
fftTS llll Hp-tt 9 str cms M W lilisf
AAc70 f 1 s'siwiineiiyivwii nuiXVy
I I K A S A J&T
FOLXOW any of her 17 railroads 100 miles and
you have the answer. It 'a the rich farming ter
ritory from Chicago to the Rockies and from Fargo
to Kansas City with its educated farmers, high
priced farms and bumper crops ' that have made '
Omaha. . . '
These farm homes buy immense quan
tities of all advertised goods and they
are easily susceptible to advertising.
Apply this condition and fact to your. ,
business. Use this rich, easily acces
Reach these homes " through
Missouri River Valley's great
est weekly farm paper Twen
tieth Century Fanner.
Circulation. 103,000; display
rate, 60e per agate line; classi
fied rata, 6c a word.
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