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' THE IIKK: OMAHA, Tl'KsDAY, MARCH IB, 1915.
BK1KF city news
Boot Frist It Now Bwcon Prooo
Burftti-ffruitii Co. Lighting fixture
Hay. Tour Fhoto Tak.a at your
homo by Eltncr. All work guaranteed.
Moderate prices. Call Walnut 140.
K.braaka Baring's and X.oaa A.oo'a
New office between city hall and Fon
tenelle hotel. 2U South Eighteenth Pt.
"Today's Complete stovi. rrorTam'
classified section today, and appears In
The Bee EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what
the various moving picture theaters offer.
Banquet at ronten.U. The Etesaba
society of the Omaha High school will
give a banquet at the Fontenelle hotel
Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
peaks at High School Pr. Vf. W.
Boyd, president of the Vestern College
for Women at Oxford. Oa will speak at
the Central High school Wednesday.
The Stat. Bank of Omaha pays 4
per cent on tlnio deposits. 3 per cent on
savings accounts. All deposits In this
bank are protected by the depositors'
guarantee fund of the state of Nebraska.
Mrs. StUUvan Weaker Mrs. Mary
Sullivan-,' ITTSo California street, who was
hurt In an auto accident Friday night,
Is reported to be growing weaker by
those attending her case at the Lord
Quickly Xtooatsd and easily accessible
re two prime requisites of a desirable
office location. Tenants in The Bee build
ing, "tho building that Is always new,"
find these two conditions of grest service
la building up their business).
Zoonomlo League Meets Shall the
Economic league support certain candi
dates or lay down a platform of princi
ples Is the Issue which comes up at the
meeting of the Economic league Tues
day evening at the court house.
. .Tlcyal Arcanum Thursday The de
cree tram will be on the work In full
uniform for the first time since the fire
at the meeting Thursday evening. The
team lias been equipped with new para
phernalia arid a buffet luncheon will be
Asks for 93,500 Columbus Thomp
son in a suit against Hayden Bros, asks
2,jfl0 for the loss of the end of the middle
finger of Mi left hand. He asserts that
a stove fell on tho finger while he was
employed In assisting In delivering It to
Suing for Assault Hatttc Larson
bus entered suit against Magnus P. Nel
son for IDO.OHO In Judge Estelle's court,
alleging that on September 10, l!li. Nelson
attempted to awn nit her In a hotel In
Fremont. She is a cripple, with both
Bankruptcy Petition The retail
grocery and meat business Is tar from
being a gct-rii-h-qulck si heme, according
to Morris London, 1414 North Twenty
fourth street. He has filed his voluntary
petition In federal court, asking to be
iidjudgcd a bankrupt under the congres
sional act. He lists his liabilities at
y,,0:r. and his assets at $1,7X.
Free Vaocination Free vaccination
agalnFt smallpox or typhoid Is now af
forded federal employes engaged in In
terstate work under tho Treasury depart
ment, according to a circular Just re
ceived by Revenue Agent J. J. Drake-fc-rd
from W. . O. McAdoo, secretary of
tho treasury. So far, there has been no
rush of employes of the service to have
their arms pricked.
ELECTRIC DEVICE FOR
KILLING DOGS AT POUND
City Commissioner A. O. Kugel favors
tho idea of installing at the city pound
nn electric device for the killing of dogs,
instead of the present method of suffoca
tion by charcoal fumes. The new device
would cost about 1250.
The Rev. John Williams of the Humane
society urged this electric method upon
The deg catchers will commence work
April 1. Tho city clerk Is Issuing dog
licenses. Not many dog owners have ap
plied for 1915 tags.
MICHIGAN ALUMNI ON THE
TRAIL OFMORE LAURELS
Michigan alumni ot Omaha are after
further laurel wreathlngs in collegiate
circles of Omaha. The Michigan men are
determined to lead in attendance at the
annual banquet of the I'nlversity club to
which are college men of Omaha are In
vited and Secretary C. E. Paulson has
been Instructed to see to It that every
Michigan man In Omaha attends the ban
quet. At two such previous dinners Mich
igan led in attendance and Is ambitious
to do so again.
Get Rid of titoa-crt-aa Colds, Cema-hs
and I-a tirlpp?.
Spring finds many afflicted with linger
ing, hacking coughs that weaken the sys
tem. Slush and wet cause more colds
than zero weather. Croup, bronchitis and
pneumonia are prevalent. Every family
hou)d have a safe and reliable cough
medicine ready for use. Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound contains no harmful
Ingredients. It eases a cough, checks a
cold and relieves Inflamed and congested
membranes. It clears the air passages and
soothes inflammation. Sold everywhere.
CUSICK AND M'DONALD
LEAVE SERVICE OF CITY
John H. Cuslck and James McDonald,
chief inspector In public improvement
department and suervisor of boulevards
in the parks and boulevard department,
respectively, leaves the service of the city
in order to rr.ake their campaign for the
city commission primary. They resigned
their positions. Their successors will not
be announced until the spring work
Concha a-id Colds Art Bvrloas.
Don't disregard your cold. You sneese,
coug-h, are feverish nature's warning.
Dr. King's New Discovery will cure you.
60c. All druggists. Advertisement.
ON STAND IN MOORE CASE
Fifty-five witnesses for the plaintiff
hae already been on the stand in federal
court. In the personal Injury suit of At
torney John A. Moore against the Union
Pacific Railroad company for 1150.000 al
leged damages. Moore himself has taken
the stand several times. The defense
will probably begin Its ease Tuesday.
A a Overburdened Wife.
If the work that women do and the
pains they suffer could be measured In
figures, what a terrible aray they would
present! Through girlhood, wifehood and
motherhood woman tolls on. often suffer
ing with backache, pains In side, head
aches and nervousness which are tell-tale
symptoms of organic derangements which
Lydla ft Ilnkham's Vegetable Compound
made from roots and herbs can un
doubtedly correct. Women who suffer
should not give up hope until they have
fist a it a trial Advertisement-
Head of New Tork Timet Resents
Attempt of Senate Committee to
Impugn Motives of Paper,
BAN ON LIBERTY OF THE PRESS
WASHINGTON. March 15. Vigor
ous protest against the "tendency of
governmental Investigations to place
the newspapers of the country under
t sort of duress," was made today by
Charles R. Miller, editor-in-chief of
the New York Times, before the sen
ate lobby investigating committee.
Chairman Walsh had questioned Mr.
Miller at length as to editorials and
newg stories In his paper, bearing on
the ship bill, trust prosecutions and
railway mall. At the conclusion of
his examination Miller questioned
the authority of the committee to in
quire as to many of the matters dis
cussed and said:
"I can see no ethical, moral or legal
right In this committee to ask me many
of the questions you have put to make
It It seems to me It will be right for
you to Inquire whether I know of any
improper activities in connection with
the ship purchase bill. I have told you
I knew of none. There, It seems to me,
the matter should have ended.
Press fader Kind of Dsrem.
"The tendency to continue Inquiries
along the lines of tins Investigation, it
seems to me, would be to reduce ths
press of the United States to the condi
tion of the preBS of some of the capitals
of central Europe. It Is known as the
reptile press; where is crawls on Its
belly to the foreign ofrice and the gov
ernment officials every day to get its
orders. This continued investigation, I
believe, is a kind of infringement of the
liberty of the press. It puts the news
papers of the country under a kind of
duress. I could not let this occasion pass
without entering by protest against It."
Senator Walsh compared an article as
published In the Times with articles in
other New York papers.
The article disclosed that there were
no sailings! from New York to England
scheduled for a 'week. The Times article.
while It appeared on the first page,
Senator Walsh pointed out was shorter
than those of the other papers.
"This article would Impress the public
with the fsct that there was no ship
ping facilities, would it not?" he asked.
'It would Impress the public with tho
fact that there was a war," replied Mr.
Miller. "There may be many mechanical
or other reasons for the position of that
Item, besides a narrow and crooked soul.
There can be no possible implication that
the Times wanted to minimise Its Im
portance." Protests Against Insinuation.
Senator Walsh aslced why the Times
had not rrinted an account of tho testi
mony of P. A. B. Franklin of the Inter
national Mercantile Marine before the
committee. Mr. Miller said he . knew
nothing of tho matter.
"I must protest," he continued, "against
any attempt to Indicate or insinuate that
there has been any effort to suprees or
pervert the news appearing In the Times
on account with our opposition to the
shipping bill. The nature of your ques
tions Indicates that you have a suspicion
that we pervert the physical appearance
of the Times to accord with the policy
expressed in Its editorial columns.
"Nothing could be more erroneous or
more utterly without foundstion. We
endeavor to make the news column re
flect the news of the day at it occurs.
The editorial columns go their way and
the news columns go theirs."
Plpp Is gome Star.
Manager John Ganzcll of Rochester de
clares that Waller Pipp will become a
star first baseman with the New Yorks;
If not. he (Hansel) will never make an
other prediction about any player.
OUT ON PACE
Got Worse and Worse. Disfigured
for Time Being. Caused Itching.
Scratched and Irritated. Used
Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Oint
ment. Face Free from Eczema.
127 Emily St.. Saginaw. Mich. "Several
months ago my face broke out with eosema.
It got worse and worse; It was a sight, all red
and bleeding. . The edema dis
figured me for the time being.
It caused much itching and of
course I scratched my face and
"I took a treatment but It
did not seem to help any. I
used several kinds of salves
and soaps and they did no good.
My face began to get worse.
My brother said to go to the drug store and
get a cake of Cuticura Soap and soma Cuti
cura Ointment which I did. I then washed
my facs with Cuticura Soap and applied
ths Cuticura Ointment and kept this treat
ment up far some time. After using two
cakes of Cuticura Soap and the Cuticura
Ointment my faro was free from tho ec te
nia." (Signed) Ray L. O'Brien, June 18, '14.
Somple Each Free by Mall
With 32-p. Skin Book oa request. Ad
dress post-card "Cuticura, Dept. T, Boa
torn." Sold throughout the world.
FLUFFY HAIR TAKES YEARS
FROM YCOR AGE
Soft, fluffy hair, becomingly arranged,
makes any woman look her best because;
It softens the outlines of the face and ev
ery woman ran have dainty, fluff)-,
healthy hair if she will take the trouble
to always shampoo her hair properly. In
washing ths hair It is not advisable to
use a makeshift, but always use a prep,
a ration made for shampooing only. You
can enjoy the best that is known for
about three cents a shampoo by getting
a package of canthrox from your drug
gist; dissolvs a tea spoonful In a cup of
hot water and your shampoo Is ready.
After Its use the hair dries rapidly, with
uniform color. Dandruff, excess oil and
dirt are dissolved and entirely disappear.
Your hatr will be so fluffy that It will
look much heavier than It la. Mi luster
! i. '
and softness will also delight you, while I
the stimulated rnalp gains the health
which Insures hair growth. Advertisement.
TTtE, whose names you will find below, are Omaha manufacturers. We
make right here in Omaha hundreds of things things to eat, things
to wear, things that you use every day many of them necessities of life.
How many of the names below are familiar to you? How many of
the hundreds of things manufactured in Omaha can you name, and do
you insist on using them whenever possible in your home or business life?
Look through this list later and you will be surprised at the diversity of
Omaha's manufacturing interests. There are more than a hundred manufac
turers who have invested their money, time and energy in developing fac
tories in Omaha.
Give Yourself a Square Deal
, Here's the way. When you are
in the market for something, de
mand to see theOmaha-made article.
If it compares favorably in price,
quality and possible service with
the article you have been buying,
give it preference.
It isn't a question of Public Spirit
or of Civic Patriotism, but your own
selfish interest. You are looking
out for yourself first, last and all the
time. Give our product a CHANCE
to make good in quality and price.
If it doesn't, then don't buy it. If
it is just as good or better, keep on
Bemis-Omaha Bag Co.. 11th and Jaobu
son tits., Douglas 1109.
Drake-Wllllams-Mount Co., lid and
Hickory, Douglas 1041.
Omsha Bottling Co., (It So. 11th Bt,
Bloup-Slierry Bottling Co., ltOI Webstar
St, Douglas 7398.
Omaha Box Co., East Omaha. Web. 413
KKKerss-O'Flyng Co., (Omaha Fibre A
Corrugated Box Co.). 16th and
Leavenworth, Douglas 1189.
BREWERS AND DISTILLERS
Bfors Brewing Co., Ill Sherman Ays,,
Mets brewing Co., 8th and Leaven
worth. Douglas 1498.
Fred Krug Brewing Co.. Krug Avenus
snd Boulevard, Tyler 40.
Jetter Brewing Co., SOth and T 8ts
Her Co., !l-l Howard St, Doug. 914.
Willow Springs Brewing Co., id and
Hickory ts., Douglaa 1108.
Hydraulic Press Brick Co., 4301 Men
olas St. Douglas 909.
BUTCHERS' and PACKERS' TOOLS
C. B. Uver ft Co.. 1110 Capitol Ave,
Douglas 1. .
D. J. O'Brien Co., 101-11 Douglaa 8t,
VoegeTe Dinning Co., 1111-11 Jones St.,
Omaha Concrete Bton. Co., N. W. Cor.
mb Ave. and Bhaler. Webster 888.
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COUCHES AND MATTRESSES
L. O. Doup Co 1101 Nicholas St.
COFFEE, TEA -AND SPICES
Parmer-Olsnn Co., Ill Bo. 11th 8t
Oerniun-Amerlcan Coffee Co., 1117-19
Dodge St., Douglas 7195.
Iten Biscuit Co., 1202-4-8-8-10-12 Capl
tol Ave., Douglas .2123.
Fairmont Creamery Co., 12th and Jones
Hts.. Douglaa 1401.
Waterloo Creamery Co., 1817 Howard
St., Douglaa 1409.
COMMISSION, PRODUCE, ETC.
Klrchbraun sV Bon, Inc., 1209-11 How
ard St., Douglaa 484.
Omaha Electric Light Power Co., L'
P. Bldg.. Douglas 1082.
ENGRAVERS COPPER AND STEEL
Baker Bros. Engraving Co., 1218 How
ard St.. Douglas 2528.
Burkley Envelop. Co., 417 Bo. 12th St
Omhsa Klxtur. Supply Co , 414-18-18
8a 12th St., Douglas 2724.
I'pdik. Milling Co.. lilt Sherman A vs..
Standard Furnace Rupply Co., 411-11
Ho. 10th St., Douglas 20(7.
(Neshlt all cast and Weir all steel
Every dollar that you spend on
Omaha-made goods increases your
prosperity as an individual; you
get back a percentage of every dol
lar you spend. ,
More business mfeans bigger fac
tories, more men employed, more
taxable property, more prosperity,
and better prices on goods you
must buy. Doesn't that mean some
thing to you?
All that is needed is honest com
parison arid reasonable preference.
It's worth your while. We believe
you will buy Omaha-made goods
when you know them.
National Fur Tanning Co., 128 So.
llth St. Tyler 120.
Burgeaa-Oranden Co., 1611 Howard St.,
Omaha Oaa Co., 1509 Howard Bt., Doug
las 806. .
People's Ic AY Cold Rtorag. Co., 1224
Chicago St., Douglas AO.
Omaha lea at Cold storage Co.. McCavue
Blk., 18th and Dodgs St., Doug. 488.
Baker le. Machine Co. 19th and Nich
olas Sts., Douglas 11(1.
Nonpareil Laundry Co., 1708 Vinton B
Kimball Laundry Co.. 1507-09-11 Jack
son tit., Douglaa 919.
Lawrence Shot Lead Co., Factory
South Omaha. Iouglaa 1826.
Lodge Supply Co., 1111 Farnatn 8t
Skinner Manufacturing Co., 14th and
J ark son Bis., Tyler 1528. ,
J. F. Bloom Co., 1702 Cuming Bt.
Douglaa 878. '
I V. Nicholas Oil Co., 104 Balrd Bid
PACKING HOUSE PRODUCTS
Swift and Company. South Omaha!
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PAINTS, OIL AND GLASS
Midland Olaaa Paint Co., llth
Howard. Douglaa 791.
PRINTERS HOOK AND JOB
Omaha Printing Coi, llth and Farnam,
Corey at McKensie, 1407 Harney Bt,
J. II. Haney 'Co., 211-17 South llth
St.. Douglas (89.
SASH, DOOKH AN BLINDS
Bankers Realty Investment Co., Orottnd
Floor Bee lildg., Douglaa 2928.
Defiance Starch Co., 1550 Cuming St,
O. K. Serum Co.. 1226 L, St.. South
Omaha. South 453.
Omaha Reruin Co., 401 No. 33d Bt
Axtell Serum 8a, Bouth Omaha. South
Oraln Belt Supply Co., 7.obby Exchang
Bldg., South Omaha,. Suutb 1584.
Nebraska a: Iowa Steel Tank Co 1301
Spruce THt Webster 278.
' TENTS AND AWNINGS ""
Scott-Rawltser Mfg. Co., llth and Har
ney St. Douglas 882.
TIES, BELTS, LEATHER GOODS, ETC.
Smith, Lock wood Mfg. Co., 2323 South.
18th St, Douglas 8151.
TIN CANS AND SHEET METAL
Gordon lawless Co., 1th and Dodge
Sts.. Douglaa 888.
Omaha Wood Working Co., 1501 Msxey
St., Douglaa 2248.
Paxton Gallagher, 701-U Bouth 18th
St., Douglas 283.
WINDOW SHADE MANUFACTURERS
Mid-West Shade Factory, 4014 Hamll-
ton St. Walnut 11(1.
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