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TJIK HKK: OMAHA. KDN'KSDAV, .JANUARY 13, 1SH3.
AIR, FRESH" AIR AND
" YET MOREFRESH AIR
jXnoi Mills Says Life of Country De
1 jendi on Its Citizens Getting,,
Plenty of Outdoor Life. c
JfcLALTH ONLY IN THE OPEN
, Fresh air. More fresh air. And at II t
jraore fresh air.
This U the rnmai" which romfl to
Omaha with Amos n. Mills, high prleiit
mt oxygen, devotee of mone and Ulus
itrlous potentate of the Abldrrs Out of
! Mr. Mill U like a breath of frsh air
ifelmeelf. Not that he a 'froth." Far
from It A quiet, unaasumlng man with
a bead like Bryan aa regard the un
adorned top and the curly locks behind.
tela ayea are clear. So Is hie complexion.
Und ladlM-he uses neither unRuent.
powders nor artificial colors. What,
theat Only fresh air, the ne plus ultra,
the alne qua non of health and happi
ness. ' Mr. Mill la returning from Washing
ton, where he has been In the Interest
of hla bill to make a national park of
84 acres of government land in the Rocky
'mountains of Colorado. The senato ha
bow passed the bill and It has the ap
1 pro raj of the secretaries of the Interior
(nd of agriculture.
Lives Oat of Doors.
Mr. Mills knows. Indeed, wherer-f he
.ajpeaka, for he has lived In the fresh air
,tut of doors for more than thirty year
And he believes a city or country to be
laTreat In proportion a It possesses fresh
:alr and the facilities for Retting lhAt
Ifresh air Into the lunss of It cltizon.
People aren't going to stand on street
acornerg Just to breathe fresh air. You
rust make it attractive, ilence, parks
"Omaha has, right at Its very doors, a
trust which It should take and Improve
arlthout any delay," said Mr. Mills. "I
tneaa the Fontenclle tract. (Between
pellevua and Omaha.) It possesses specl
irnens of erery tree In this state, a beau
tiful variety of bird Ufa and magnificent
-lews and vistas.
'"Nebraska, aa a whole, la not usually
considered a state of scenery. .But out
In the aand hill region there are some
(very picturesque part which should be
turned Into state parks. I have trav
eled over soma tracts which, with their
little lakes and their great variety of
tree, plant and bird life, are extremely
"The city owes it to Ha own futuro
prosperity and to the health of Ita lining
generations to have mora public parka
Fre-aa Air Greatest llela).
"Why, the child that gets plenty of
fresh air learna to think, while the
child that merely alta all day In a stuffy
Wchool room merely learna to memorise.
JThe children of today could well get
long with a1 much shorter school year
jlf they had mora time In the out of doors.
Xook at Abraham Lincoln. Ilia mother
couldn't give him a school education, tout
he had tho blrda and the flowers and
jthe tree and the air. lie luarncd to
think and he gained health.
"Yes, people go to the dogs from an In
door life, tiiva them lire out of doors and.
they need neither sermons nor prisons."
Mr. Wills has traveled many thousands
f mile of the wild of this country and
Canada, Ua travels on hla two good feet
nd ha carries his needfuls with him.
"In the summer," be said, "1 live
largely on berries, frulu and other wild
things that I. find. In the winter lima I
carry with me raisins on which I sub
iHt almost entirely. They are very nil
Ailtlous, wholesomo and can bo carried
Jn a small space." '
'I guena you can sliool a good deal Of
ild game, too," ventured the Inter
Viewer. The question didn't mako a lilt,
Hues Kot Kill Fellow treat urea.
'No. no," aald Mr. Mills, gently but
Irmly. "I do nut kill my fellow creatures
)pf the forest.'
"But suppoea your fellow creatures try
to kill you?"
' "They never do. The wild beasts tend
to their own business. There Isn't a
(Single spot In this country where It is not
aafa to go about unarmed. The animals
yievcr attack unless tbey are first at
tm ksd by man."
Mr.' Mills carries no tent Us has a
' fceavy canvas coal which protects him
(from the rain. Nor does he carry a bed.
tt eventide be wraps his coat about him,
Sles down upon the bosom of Mother
Earth and sleeps soundly. Catch cold? lie
0n't know what a cold Is In the wilds.
"When I coma to tho city I catch about
very thing there is, but 1 lose them-right
after X get back to the air and the trees
Md tha birds." ha said.
Iloneatly, now, though, Isn't It enough
to make a fellow want to quit his Job
and go right out and do likewise? But
there are difficulties. A wife, for In
plane. That difficulty must be solved at
gnoe. A delicate question did It
"Are you eh-roarrled. Mr. Mills?"
' No. aad sorry for it," said the nalur
fcllat, soberly and in a monotonu that
teemed possibly to hide a romance. Per
haps thera la one tiling thwt ranks even
fclgher than fresh air a wife.
Building Home for
Mrs. Harry Peters
I At a meeting of the untu carpenters
8-eld at iAlxir temple Monday night that
'tody appointed four of their number to
tart wurk yeaterday noun to provide a
'iom for Mre. Iiose Peters and family
ait 42!t Lariinore atieet. Harry I'etera,
the husband, waa drowned about a year
wo In Carter lake. The Pelera family
la at present residing at Forty-first and
COMMITTEE TO WORK OUT
-; 'Y BILLIARD TABLE PLAN
' Although not acted upon finally aa yet,
the scheme, to Imitall pool and billiard
tables and bowling aileya at the Yoiiiik
)rfen'a Christian association waa diseuaaed
ly the board of directors at their monthly
fnaeitlng. and theu turned back to the
apeclai committee to be more fully
Advocate of the departure In associa
tion activity beliuve that the board's se
ll ion In continuing the committee and Instructing-
II to perfect drtalla indicates
that the plan will ultimately be adopted.
Tha special commute locludea W. A.
Jlxley. Frajik K. Clark. T. F. Sturgeas,
Nviu KUwtt, U. W. Noble and R. U fat
Tot Aftlaa Mill htttp tear
j ' ("Ik.
; JV, Kings New Klacovery will atop
6 oar conh. The firt doae helps. Good
Vr chlidre. Add drusg'.ats. Cue. Adver-
NEW CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
I 'XT I
FltANK C. BEST.
BEST IS COUNTY CHAIRMAN
Succeeds Harte and Appoint! Same
Members to Same Committees
as for Last Tear.
ESTIMATES NEARLY A MILLION
Frank Best was elected chairmen of
the county board when It organized to-
dsy for MU All last year's committees
In his speech of acceptance Mr. Beat
went on record a favoring punctuality
In the holdlnga of meetings. lie also de
clared he would not consent to a show
ing on roll call of the rote of any mem
ber unless that member were not only
In the county bulltfm?, but actually
present In assembly or committee room.
t halrmen of committees reaupolnted for
Finance Beat. , '
Court House and Jail Lync h,
County Hospital McIonald.
Charily O'Connor. .
Roads and Bridges Harte.
Committee of the Whole Best.
Detention Home Best
Ketlmatee Nearly Mlllloa.
Estimates of expenses of 1915 orenared
in accordance with law, for use In mak
ing the next tax levy amounted to HfiO.fYin
divided as follows: ' ,
General fund bOOOnO
l'or fund '
Iirtila fund , lm.oiin
Kmergency bridge fund ao.wH)
Bond sinking fund 136.0OO
Kilfllera' roli..f futirt iaiviA
All the figures of the Midget are the
samo aa laat yerr, with tha exception of.
the addition of the 195.000 poor fund Item,'
allowance of which Is contingent on ap
proval of the legislature, and the 310,000
Judgment fund, for which a special levy
la to be made by tho term of the settle
ment of the feeding controversy with the
Consent of the legislature to. a 380,000
levy for a poor fund was not secured for
laat year and for this reason, said Chair
man Best, it was Increased for 1916.
Rule on Married:
in Local Schools
The hurrah created In New Tork Aver
married women teaching In the public
school has drawn attention once more
to the rule on that pol.it in Omaha -public
Here la a verbatim statement of the
Section 4. (Kltgihillty and Tenure of
Teachers.) Any woman teacher who
hall marry whlln in tho employ of the
lonnl (nf education) VHcatea h. posi
tion In the schools by such act, and the
euiwrintendent shall Immediately appoint
a successor to tnke her place ana no mar
ried woman shall be elidible to election
to a position in tha schools: Provided.
That this rule shall not be retroactive In
relation to married women now cn the
Marriage, therefore. In Omaha auto
matically removes the . teacher. It la a
well-known and generally admitted
fact, among those who-know, that soma
of the bes( principals and teachers In
the Omaha public schools are married
women. They were, of course, married
before the adoption of this rule. '
David Warfield is
Coming to Brandeis
Iavld Warfield will be seen at the
Brandeis theater for two days. Friday
and Saturday. January it and SO, In hla
remarkable character portrayal of the
lovable old peddlei, flmon Levi. In David
Bclaeco'a revival of "The Auctioneer."
CITY DADS OF ST. PAUL TO .
BE IN OMAHA THURSDAY
The mayor and members oj the city
council of St. Paul, Minn., ate to be In
rmh & few houra Thursday afternoon
on their way to Kanaaa City, where they
are going to look over the new Union
station, with a view to making some rec
ommendations for the ope they expect
soon to have in' St Paul. .
I OPEN NOSTRILS! END"
A COLD OR CATARRH
How To Get IUtief When Head
X aiui Nose ara btuffed. Up
Count fifty! Yeur cold In bead or ca
tarrh dlsappeaia. Your clogged nostrils
will open, the air paaaagaa of your head
will clear 'and you fan breaths freely.
No more - snuffling, hawking, mucous
4lchargs, dryness or headache; no trua
gllng for bretUh at night. .
tit a small bottle of ly's Cream Bairn
from your drugartat and apply a little of
this fragrant antiseptic cretuu In your
nostrils. It penatralaa through every
air panaage'of the bead, .soothing and
healing tha awollen or Inflamed mucoua
membrarvc. giving you - Instant relief.
Head rolda Jid catarrh yield like magic.
Ion't atay atuffed-up and mlaerabla Re
lief la aura
OMAHA WILL BUILD
Plans Arc About Complete for Four
of These in West Farnam Dis
trict and Fifth is Planned.
SCIENTISTS ARE GROWING FAST
With five new church sites, bought or
rontemplsted in the West Fa mam dls
jlrlct, church building In that part of
j Omaha is expected it be very active
' during the next year. The congregations
concerned ara the McCs.be Methodist
First Presbyterian, St. Barnahaa Epis
copal, Becond , Christian Scientist and
Property for the McCahe church. Rev.
W. H. Underwood, pastor, was bought
some time ago at Forty-first and Farnam
Ktreeta. Kxcavatlons have been completed
and construction work will commence as
seen as-spring sets In, Rev. Mr. ITnder
The flr.it Presbyterian congregation has
four lota at Thirty-fourth and Farnam.
a KO.Ono building fund subscribed, and
old property valued at 7,000. Rev. Edwin
Hart Jenks, the pastor, and H. i. Stir
ling, chairman of the finance committee,
say that a meeting of the committee will
be held to complete tho financial plans,
approve the building plana and call for
blda on the construction work. The com
pleted property will cost HM.OuO.
Others Plaa New Ralfleea.
Bt. Baranbaa parishioners plan tn build
an edifice on their newly acquired prop
erty at the southeast corner of Fortieth
and Davenport strata within the year.
Rev. I A. Holsappte say, making the
third new church In the West Farnam
rflrtrlct that Is assured for the Immediate
Besides those three, a large overflow
from the congregation of . the First
Church of Christ, Scientists, Is about to
cloa negotiations for property near
Fortieth and Farnam streti. A fine build
ing will be erected, to provide place
of worship for the surplus membership
of the First church, which has tfrown so
large that the new church edlfce at
Twenty-fourth and St. ' Mary's avenue
wilt no longer 'accommodate it John C.
Barnard tf the committee . Is authority
for this statement of the Scientists'
Unitarians will have the fifth new
church In the west end. They ain tem
porarily housed' In a ' large residence
building at 43. North Fortieth street,
where they will meet Thursday evening
to perfect plana for buying a site and
raising money for a building. Mrs. Q. W.
Holdrege of the committee asserts that
it Is tha Intention of the Unltarlana to
build a new church In that part of
Omaha aa soon aa possible.
Mrs. Strause Leaves
Dr. R. W. Connell,' city health com
missioner, has dismissed Mrs. H. ' Q,
Strause from the position of matron of
Uio city detention hospital, which she
held for many years. Her successor haa
aa yet not been appointed.
FOURTEEN MEN ON
CLUB ELECTION BOARD
There are soma .SM members of the
Commercial club who are not eligible to
serve on the election board of the club at
the election to be held at headquarters
Wednesday. These 210 are the candidates
whose names have been proposed h
members of the board of dlrectora. Since
they are to tie voted on, they have been
ruled out as election Judges or clerv.
An election board of about fourteen men
Is to-be chosen to handle the voting
Sixty directors ara to be elected from
the long lint of candidates prepared uy
the nominating committee. '
Tiz" For Tired
And Sore Feet
'TIZ" for puf fed-up, burning,
aching, calloused feet
Why go limping around with aching,
puf fed-up feet feet so tired, chafed, sore
and swollen you can hardly get your
shoes on or off T Why don't you get a
to-cent box of "TIZ" from tha drug store
now and gladden your tortured feetT
'TIZ" makes your feet glow with com
fort; takes down swellings and draws
tha soreness and. misery right out of feet
that chafe, amart and burn. "TIZ" in
stantly stops pain In corns,, callouses and
bunions. "TIZ" Is glorious for tired, ach
ing, sore feet No loo re shoe tightness
no mora foot torture. Advertisement
"Aa Hotel Waera Cuast are) Mad
ta Faal at lioana"
Not too large, yet Urge
enough to afford the ,
maximum of value tt
S9 tammMmJtrmlt Krttsaraat OUrfCg
iagls ') with Raaalu Vaaar
1 1.00 le 14.0a ear day
f Iagls leaata witk Tak er Sbowr
-Deckle Bawata with Haaslna Vaaw
e M.bO ear say
Oeabk) leesu u T.k er Sher
COWARD C POGG. Mm-wi Oi
StUT a. MOWN,
GRAIN PRIffiUTILL LOWER
Foreign Crop Situation Summarized
in Report Coming Into Omaha
REPORTS HERE ARE ALL BULLISH
While all crop reports coming to the
Omaha Grain exchange were bullish the
market was off, wheat being one-half a
cent to ihk lower. Corn was unchanged
to a half cent down. Oats, however, near
the close) of the session took an upturn
and gained one-fourth to one-half a cent
Omaha prices were H.2S91.ZsH for
w heat, 6KSA7Vi cents for corn and 4.MK1
cents for oats.
Receipts were: Wheat, Jl;. corn, 141;
osts, 13 cars.
The foreign crop situation. waa summar
ised in the following telegraphlo report
that came to the exchange Just before
the closing; hour:
I'nlted Kingdom: The weather la ex
tremely unfavorable, being wet, and this
haa stopped seeding. Much anxiety is
felt for the crop. . Three-fourth of the
seeding is finished.
Trance: The . weather is unfavorable
for the new crop and aeeding has been
stopped by general wetness. There Is
an eager demand for native wheat and
Your Office will
SOME FJKMS wait until a
destructive fire destroys -
the. priceless business records .
accumulated- by years of labor '
-but ' others avail themselves
of the "ounce of protection"
nf forded by THE SAFE-CABINET
saving their uninsur
able possessions When fire ,
fomes their way.
wV furnish THE SAFE-CABINET
In sizes and styles suitably for the
filing devlceg of -every; gtandard ,
make,' both In woo and steel. Let
us show you how you can safe-guard '
your rresent office equipment.
Omaha Printing Co.
. ; - The Office Supply House
..Phone Douglas 346 - 13th and Farnam Streets
filing Dtvicts ' Office Furuitvn
Mcwesfi Mgli Shoes
For women who Hke the
very latest ideas in Gaiter
Tops and Colored Tops
- We are ahowtog many nltra
styllsh models in Ugh boota
for women, that are exclu
sive with ua. T011II find here
every new effcet in heel and
toe and the very latest la
topg. ' ,
Our linea of Ladles' Shoes
Include a complete range of
sizes, and are priced as to
k l Ji
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Jk tarn sake) 7 tf cw taeta.
You Llust Act At Onco
. Ta Ml sae refaaa ft aeM a Soa, wmtfeae aaiirf pocket flaak ef
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frmtmm rut ariwoprtUMw (w the wyrvw it (ou w tbadbrn w wulv
Srw eur olfwr. TaJia .tvuitfx f whii K kuti ana Bmd la m -t
mt .... dm. lS.yl aa.iwauwtiwu.tt
riLS DHTIU.IWO CO. M l Idum. Kaaeae City, M.
Cy in delightful contrast
,U- rc .r. .nAU, t
h Enjoy your favorite
ffH "port atniu summerlike
yeaoa a Loa eaa alceaas
Tla. gay vat and KaO.ll.Oo.
FLORIDA BAST COAST. Fiaslm Srwata
XJ rifta Are. St. Aatattiaa IS W AaaaN St
supplies recently purchased by the gov
ernment for distribution among m'llens
are running light ,
rriees Ilia la fiermaay.
Oat-many: Generally mild and wet with
very little snow covering. Mtllnra are
complaining regarding the scarcity of
wheat offers. Prices remain very high.
Russia: Soma dam aire reports of front
as anow oover Ls unusually light. The
general crop outlook la favorable for
this period of the winter.
Roumankm: Seeding la about normal
on a fair acreage.
Austria: There are no reports regard
ing seeding, but accepted as being on a
very small scale.
Hungary: Weather against beat crop
development under even normal condi
tion being mild and wet . All grain la
Italy: Weather ls unfavorable, with
heavy prolonged rains; aome damage
from . floods.'
Spain: Flood damage is generally re
ported. A petition haa been sent to tha
government asking for abolition of - im
port duty on wheat Supplies are light.
North Africa: The general outlook for
crops Is good, but excessive rain ls noted.
India: Officially and unofficially' wheat
is reported as good. Prices -still remain
high and holders firm. - - '
Read tha "For Sale" ada It you -want
bargain, of the minute. .
be equipped with
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w't i'lt-iii iiiiitimirtiir"tihwi;il'-
THE SAFE-CABINET (1914
Model) is the only cabinet approv
ed by the Underwriters' Labora
tories and bears their label of in--spection.
' - Stationery - Busint$$-Sy$temt
m mow o thi but.
S.o.wt iuat I
mm tAat tiswii a-titar
tna rif iajMssj ft-titar Is po
mx la nraa:nUa saw
sa am Tins
naaV, sjkmC wikaimjcn tnd mwi kiicioa U V
iS ysaar haOC to kimthaBMatarla'anlai
HIBara la Sasl sat am tka akSMaw m 1
irw m nun. pwriioMa, IlrlnS U4 ubiikn ia tiia
nv I. imr wow fw1Ua
i. i i warn u n TOUT aMMIr (
Or rod 12.:
l 4 lull cju&ru, LXJ KSd
1 MM M W . w i
suttla tut yoa U Uat
out o' doors j
surroundings, i i
- ON - TBI HAUfAI
Braakecs aaJ Kormi T ilmsaas. .
lowal yialii Oaatg
All Fall and
ored Suits at
Half and Ltjss.
sale price of the entire hat.
to get a beautiful hat, to $25.00 value, fori $5.00
All must go to make room for spring stocks.
"Always Busy in the
Clothing Departm' nt"
remarked a customer a few days ago
and the truth of this statement ia
evidence of the fact that men appre
ciate real yaue in clothing.
Our January Clearance Offers Buy
ers Now Suits and Overcoats that
sold regularly at $25.00, $ f 15
$28.00 and $30.00, at. ...... I
S.uits and Overcoats that sold regu
larlv.at $18.00 and $1)75
$20.oo,- at. . .: . . . ...
Suits 'and. Overcoats that sold regu
larliyat $12.50 and ;$15.0Q, , $ p75 r
You get in quality the very best
we can buy to sell afr the regular
prices. ' . . ,
. You get in style as classy gar
ments as you'll find in anjr store, j
You're sure of absolute satisfac
tion, liyf We guarantee.it, the
makers guarantee it. That's the
kind of clothes we sell. , .
All necessary alterations made free.
19 POUNDS BEST GRANULATED SUGAR $100
Htoyden'a save the neoDle from 25
no uaiy aii iruma ana comDinationa
iv oara neat Km AIL Lenox or .
0 bara Beat 'Km All, Tnox or
Laundry Queen White Laundry
10 lbs. best White or Yellow Corn
6 lbe. choice Japan Rice, 7 He qual
4 lbs. fancy Japan Rice. 10c qual
7 lbs. beat Rolled White Breakfaat
The beat Domestie Macaroni. Ver
micelli or Spaghetti. lk. .. 7V0
4 lba beat Hand v Picked Navy
Beans . . BSe
6 cans Oil Sardines BSe
32-oz. jars Pare . Fruit Preserves
for a 3c
4 10c cana Cottage Milk 83o
8 ic cans Cottage Milk BAo
Gallon cana Golden Table Syrun
1 lb. cana Alaska Salmon .... loo
Advo Jello, nothing Hke It: the 1e!-
lo- that atanda aloue, per pkk.,
at .... ?ua
8 bars Al Naptha Soap BSe,
2 lb. cana fanny Sweet Sugar Coin,
Wax. Green, String or Lima
Deans, can 70
8 lb. cans Polk's Hominy, Sauur
Kraut or Pumpkin, per ran,
quality gooda TWo
10c K. C. Corn Flakes, pkg. Sa
3 lb. cans Bolld Packed Toinato'H
MacLaren's Peanut Buttter, per
The best bulk Queen Olives, quart,
at i . .. 95o
Hesschey'a Breakfast Cocoa, lb.,
'48 lb. sack best High Grade Dia
mond "H" Flour, nothing finer,
per Sack $1.85
PAYS I Vi Bat)'
Yon can get the
I JL A. 7f'i jO.- ' i. - ...... j
vertise in this column. Try it and find out for
The cost is lc per word a day if the ad runs
a week. X
Telephone Tyler 1000
THE OMAHA BEE
"Everybody Heads Bee Want Ads."
Swap Anythioj in the'
Furs at Half
and Less Than
oaie neanesany or,
Some trimmed with Para
dise, others with Goura Xu
midy, Mink and Fitch Purs,
etc. The trimmings alone in
many casea worth double the
Don't miss this opportunity
to E Oner aant on tha coat of livlmr.
to raise prices.
Golden Bantoa Coffee, lb ana
Golden Santos Coffee, lb. .
Tba Bast Creamer Butter.
er bulk, ' per lb. 33o
The best No. 1 Storage Eggs, dosen
at v...... BSe
The best strictly fresh Eggst -dosen
Fancy Country Creamery Butter,
The beat Dairy Table Butter, lb.,
I lbs. good Butterlne BSe
Full Cream, Young American, Wis
consin, Cream or White Cheesv,
lb. ; ,. soo
The Tea-stable Starke, for the eo-
pie of Omaha.
The beat Red River Karly Ohio Po
tatoes, 16 pounds to the peck, SSe
The beat Wisconsin Cabbage, per
lb ., i ...
Jersey Sweet Potatoes, 3 lbs. 100
Fancy Cape Cod Crenberrlea, quart,
at i 7vc
Freah Beets, Carrots, Turnips,
fthallota or Radlshea, per bunrii
Fancy California Cauliflower, U..
3 large Soup Bunches 10c
Fancy Head lettuce, per head 7H
Special Highland BTaTel Orange Bale
SO-alze, regular 60 doz., tills sale
doxen . . . . 3Se
96-slze. regular 60c doa this salu
126-alae,v regular 40c 6 ox., this ealo.
doren Z . . 86c
17i-200-Kiie, regular JOc dot., this
sale, dozen v '-'
216'250-alze. regular 20c (lozpn. tills
sale, dozen r, . lse
Special car for this sale.
W I IKlcJI
Turn Them I
Thera are) hundreds of people always
looking out for a good bargain tn house
hold furniture, musical Instruments.'
tools, etc., and they are accustomed to
finding such offers tn the "FOR SALE"
cash quick if you ad
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