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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1915)
BRIEF CITY news jsAUNDERS MEN
GUESTS AT DEN
are Boot Print t Now rteeeon rress.
Ileotrto Tans, (7.8a Burgess-Oianden.
. . BoweU, recent United States at
fomey, located offices at 775-81 Uiandels
Theater Blag., entrance 17th or lsth Fta
Bntler Ja Mayor City Commissioner
Butler la acting mayor this week, during
th absence of Mayor Pahlman, who In
having a rest at Lake Seymour.
Vadarf-ies Operation o. W. AVlging
ton, train Dispatcher for the I'nlon Pa
cific at Grand Inland, has been brought to
the Clarkson hrpuul lor an operation
"Todays Oomplete Hon Program
rlassl.teu section today, snd aptwaia In
The Ttee EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what
the varlotla moving picture theaters o.fer.
Steals Qardea Hoss Barney McCor
mlck. a transient, was sentenced to thirty
days In the county Jail for the allejred
theft of garden hoee from the emergency
road for Auditorium F?y adoption
of a resolution offered by Commissioner
liutler the city council set aside a fund
of a0 for Immediate expenses at the
Charities lose Out The city council
decided to discontinue the ) monthly
allowance given to the Associated Char
ities by the former South 0:naha city
Burst Bemad Over Horace
2211 Seward street, arrested Monday night.
charged with carrying concealed weapons,
was bound over to the district court, with
bonds fixed at tenO.
ror Safety rirst In Life Insurance
see W. H. Indoe, general agent Slate
Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Worces
ter. Mass., one of the oldest, 71 years,
and best companies on earth.
Six Hundred Boosters From Twelve
Cities in County Are Given
Taate of Pep.
O'BiUEN S GOOD-BYE TO KNIGHTS
Pep has been Injected Into 600
Saunders county boosters from a
doren towns of that county. The
same, pep waa dealt out by Doe
Cayenne of Ak-Sar-Ben, at Samson's
big Den last night.
It was Saunders county night, and
Tin; nKK; om.mia, wkdntspav, auoist 25. 1015
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA Rodgers, Officer of
Traffic Squad, Dies
Of Stomach Attack
Armour & Co. Decide to Spend a
Quarter Million on New Sheep
)FFICFS AND CAR SHOPS ALSO
MUST REMOVE TABERNACLE
AFTER SUNDAY CAMPAIGN
An expenditure of between ETA WW and
W,ih for building purposes has been
announced as the financial poll.-y of
Arnio-T CV. during the nent year. Gen
eral Manager It. C. Howe of the Omaha
plant stilted tliat bids are now open to;
me orncials or the company tor the
construction of a new sheep department,
office bul'dlng and car shops.
The Armour heads have long contem
plated erecting these buildings, TYIvate
announcement was made some months
Traffic Officer Pert A. Rodgers. sta
tioned at Fourteenth and Flarnam streets,
died at t 70 o'clock yesterdsy as the re
sult of a rvulden attack of Indigestion.
Rodgers had been In his usual health
imtll eaily In the morning, when he ws
taken III. H went to the police station
for medical attention, but later became
worse and went to his home at 81(1:4
Cuming street. His condition soon be
came serious and death followed.
The dead man was appointed to the
I polloe force In Beptember, 1912. He had
j been on the traffic squad about two
I The Omaha Fvangeltcal assorlatlen will
: be required to remove the tabernacle
erected for the use of Rllly ftunday within
a reasonable time after the campaign
here. Tear that the structure mlirht burn
and create a fire hatard prompted the
city council to add this requirement In
Issuing the formal building permit for the
Rent rooms Quick with a Tee Want Ad
NORTH TURNS MILLIONS
OVER TO NEW COLLECTOR
In the transfer Juet made In the offices
of the Internal revenue collertor when
Mr. boomls took charge, nearly t2.on0.tO0
In money vnlue was turned over. ant
several millions In bonds and properties.
P-dward North has been, for some time,
artlng collertor, having been without a
superior In the Omaha office for a long
period. Mr. Ioomla took the oath of
G. VV. LAIER TO RETURN
TO ORCHARD & W1LHELM
Oeorga V. aler Is about te withdraw
from the Pteatnn Later rtwnpeay. and
will again take a place In the Orcttard
WUhelm company, with which he waa
fnrmerlv associated for thirteen years.
Two and a half years ajro he sold out
his stork and nrganlaM tb Reaton
Iler company. He Is to become geaeral
sales m.tnnger for the Orrh.ard-WB.belm
company eVpteraber 1.
Dm tint nnl until last a w V ,nu .1 f l
well and ably did the Saunders I nits H'tri frrtrvi ths C I ra. a -v if fli I I lhai
county crowd turn out for the oc
Elgin boosters were to have come
100 strong In twenty automobiles,
but the mud, the same old drawback
that has put many a good party to
flight this summer, prevented. The
On January xl, 1M4, H. l Oorneau,
the proposed expenditure was authorised. ! I' atatloned at Fourteenth and
"in piitip, was senea wnn a srroae
of apoplexy and died a few hours after
ward at Wise Memorial ho.plul.
The Intersection has been given the
name "hoodoo corner" at the police sta
tion. llodgers was O years old.
Coupled with the enormous sums the
I'nlon Ptork Yards company baa been
spending In Improvements at the yards
In the hog and sheep divisions, the Ar
mour proposition indicates that the
Omaha market Is growing fast.
The new offl.-e building will be erected
Just east of the Armour eottaires. rn the '
Elgin bunch, though they rose at 6 ' vacant ground west of the Ice plant and FILE CLAIMS AGAINST
o'clock In the morning to make the J owed, hy the company. Space is limited, MICCnilRI PAPIPIP UFDC
drive, found It Impossible to do so, WT" '""' wm .J.
.1 ' r I be high structures, probably seven or " "
."w. I and onljr a baker dozen come on the eight stories. An engine room will be The claims of the Commonwealth Pteel
I Northwestern railway. made of the present office site at Twen- company In the Missouri Tarlflo bank-
o'Ftrlen Given Gift. J streets. . ruptey esse have been filed In the office
rava O'Brien, for many years governor : nneai nnrt tirant'' Reception. , of the clerk of the federal court here,
of Ak-Par-Ben, was Presented by the Tne I,,raJ tork y1"1" officials will be l The case will be conducted by Circuit
working crew of the Den with a hand-I no"T" ,0 lne Kni"" Mens as-, judge Elmer W. Adams of Bt IOUls, and
some and rare set of peart eUff buttons, ' "0,tln and also hog men from the
In recognition of hi, ion. v.... t Sioux City and St. Joseph stock yirds
I booster service In Omaha, now that ha Is next s"turrt'ur afternoon at the local es
leavlng for Connecticut, where h. I. to ! change building. It Is expected that more
Xoyes' Salary kalsed Dean Noyce, make his future home. Chief of Police ' ,han 12i no n,en from 'he yards
superintendent of the street repah- work Dunn msde the presentation speech. J wl" ""le the trip. The Ksnsas City
In the department of street cleaning and I O'Brien declared that while Tie had been' association la known ss the "("rueal and
maintenance, has been granted an In-' member of Ak-Sar-Ben for i.ray.nn. i Grunt" club.
years, his only wish was that he could be: Chr"e Cannon. Cmlahy buyer, who re
ft member twenty-one vears longer 1 '"'"'d recently from a trip to Kansas
Judge Hen Baker was chairman of the ri,y an'1 st- Joseph, said that all expeo
tatlons of local men will be gratified. The
crease of salary to $& a month by action
of the city council.
Mrs. Stone lined Mr. N. Btone. 1718
turning Eireci. cnargea witn Keeping an speaking feature of the evening. A. K.
ill-governed house, was fined 25 and costs Ramsey of Kansas City, vice chairman nfK men of the th,''B representative yards
In police court. John Chlausis, 603 South i of the Federal Reserve banking system, i Brp ,,,kln marked Interest In the ex
Thirteenth street, was given thirty days spoko briefly, nut hsd nothing to say of' cursion and will lie on hand with a com-
uiriuicu KnicniT on a simuur rnarge. i me nanklng svstem. He was busv tlllni i'"1 epecica guesis.
fine ts Saspended A report pub-' how he had been smothered with cour.
the rla'ma Mled were ass Inst the Missouri
Pai-lflc holdings In Nebraska.
TO HELP OTHERS
S Store Hours 8:30 A. M. to 5 P. M. Saturday till 9 P.M.-5!
Wednesday, AtiKuat lit, IV 1.1.
'EV eryb ody's STOR K "
KToitK m:vs ixm wkunksday.
IMIONK l. iT.
llshed In The Uoe Sunday said that Shti
Flnkensteln, Twenty-sixth and Blonuo
streets, was flnexl fO and coBts in police
court. Flnkensteln's fine, however, was
suspended by Judge Foster.
truok by Anto V.'lUlam Turner, HOS
South Ninth street, sustained slight
bruises when an automobile driven by Dr.
C. 8. Stoakes of Battle Creek. Ia., struck
him at Fifteenth and Douglas streets. He
was attended by Dr. Charles Zlmmerer,
Building- Condemned Upon ths pre
sentation of photographs showing the
dilapidated condition of the building at
3 North Sixteenth street, the city coun
cil ordered the structure condemned and
torn down. Several other buildings wore
testes since he had come to Omaha.
Wnhoo Man Talks.
R. II. Park of Yutan and Judge Slaina
of Wahoo also spoke briefly, thanking the
organisation for the entertainment of the
Saunders county crowd, and pledging
eternal loyalty to King Ak-Sar-Ben.
The organisation now has a membership
A total of 7.860 guests has been en
tertained thus fitr this season at the Den
as against 4.200 at the same time last year!
A special show la to be staged at the
Den next Saturday night for the Squeal
and Orunt club of Kansas City. This Is
an organisation of hog salesmen of Kan-
uy mai is to spend the day In
by the Union Stock
yards and ths .... -m .
""'St!,.? "W-r Attorney; other hog men frem Ts iou City and I Bt
ne advised thn n eotinnl th-i th ana i.
joe are to De here also for the occasion.
This evening the Board of Governors Is
to be entertained at the big pnn fireworks
ueieDrauon at the Douglas
grounds near Krug park.
Kine advised tho city council thai tho
city cannot be held liable for the death
of Otto Gllck, who was killed during an
automobile accident at Forty-sixth and
Cuming streets, three weeks ago. Essie
Click, tho widow, filed a claim, main
taining that cinders in a rut of the street
rendered the thoroughfare dangerous.
Sues City tn Water Damage Charles
D. Alexander Med suit against the City
of Florence, asking 3,()0 damages be
cause water flowed on his property on
locust street, during several years,
flooding his cellar and devastating his
garden. He says he repeatedly called
the notice of city officials to the need of
grading the street so as to obviate tho
flowing of water upon his premises.
SECTION HAND SUES ROAD
FOR DAMAGES FOR INJURY
. Millar d Baugh. a section hand on the
Union Pacific railroad, filed suit against
that corporation for $Z,OU0 for injuries
received while he wss working on tho
line near Hastings, January IS. He re
lates that lie was ordered to accompany
the foreman, Arthur Lnch, on a hand car
to Hastings and while the car was moving
rapidly he was ordered to move from the
rear to ths front of the car. While doing
ho the momentum of the vehlclo was
suddenly decreased and he fell in front
lie says he has been confined to bed
lor nineteen weeks. His shattered leg,
he says, was mended by screwing an Iron
Plata to the bona, but U still shorter than
It waa and he Is compelled to walk with
Mauy Disorders Come, from the Lives
Constipation, Headache, Bilious spell
Indicate a sluggish Liver. The tried rem
edy Is Dr. Kings New Life Pills. Only
aii arugguis. Advertisement.
LABBE PRAISES OMAHA
FOR ITS ACCOMPLISHMENTS
. .viui n. uiime, traveling passenger
agent or the Illinois Central, Is In Omaha
on nis vacation. For three years he has
had the south for his territory, with
lieadquarters ot Dallas, Tex. Prior to
that and for a number of years he worked
out of Omaha. It has been three years
since he wns here and relative to Omaha
"I hardly knew the town when I ar
rived. It has grown beyond all my nx
poctations. It Is simply wonderful and
I have no hesitancy in aaylng that right
now Omaha Is the busiest and best city
In the United States and I have seen
most of them during the last year."
Knroute bsck to Ms territory Mr. Labb
will go by way of flan Francisco, where
he will stay a couple of weeks. Ha left
Texan before the hurricane visited Gal
veston and the coast ountry.
Ixcal officials will spnra no effort to
make tho reception as fine as possible.
Tho visitors will come in a special car.
making the rounds of the three stock
yards cities before starting on the trip to
Maarlo City Noaslp.
The "Olrls" and party picnicked at Klk
George Jacohsen is reiorted as seriously
ill at his home.
John Dohse of Ho wells was visiting
with friends here In the city yesterday.
John Van We has returned from a
week's visit with friends at Clarka. Neb.
The West L Street Base Ball club will
give a dance at Hushing hall Wednesday
It will bo ladies' day at the municipal
swimming pool at Spring Lake park to
Charlio Cannon, buyer for the Cudahy
Packing company, has rotumcd from a
trip to Kansas City and St. Joseph.
Mrs. Jess Tromell ahd daughter, Flor
ence, of Montrosn. Colo., are guests for
me wee 01 air. ana jura. Martin. 8711 T
J. M. Tyrcll of Kimball, Neb., was rep '
resented on the local market yesterdav
with a load of cattle. He also stopped
over until today and visited with friends.
The Ladlos' Aid so.-lety of the First
Presbyterian church will meet at tli
home of Mrs. C. M. Bchlndle. 92S X.irth
Twenty-second street. South Side.
K?H.rr' H": A J: """bash. 630 North
Nineteenth street, left yesterday for Ura
mVii """re they will visit with Mrs.
Philips sister, Mrs. Henry Winters of
.atii0w.n- Zhpy wl" Pcnd a month at
the Winters home. ,
By Telling HowLydia EL Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound
Restored Her Health.
Miami, Okla. "I had a female
trouble and weakness that annoyed
me continually. I
tried doctors and all
kinds of medlcino
for several years
but was not cured
until I took Lydla E.
ble Compound. I
hope my testimonial
will help other suf
fering women to
try your wonderful
medicine." M rs.
M.R. Miller, Box 234, Commerce.Okla.
Another Woman who has Found
Health in Lydla R. I'lnkham'a
Llndsborg, Kansas,, " Soma years
ago I suffered with terrible pains in my
side which I thought were inflammation,
also with a bearing down pain, back
ache, and I was at times awfully ner
vous. I took three bottles of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
am now enjoying good health. I will
be glad to recommend your medicine to
any woman suffering with female trou
ble and you may publish this letter."
Mrs. A. L. Smith, It. No. 3, Box 60,
If you have the slightest doubt
no urDMsn pn,n...., ... ! that Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegeta
UK. HtnMAN SUGARMAN ON hie Compound will help you,wrlto
SANTA FE MEDICAL STAFF to Lydla E.PlnkhamMedlclneCo.
A 'Tor Sale" ad win turn second-hand
furniture Into cash. I
Dr. Herman 8uarman, son of Mr. and
Sirs. 8. 8ugarman, formerly of Omaha
and now practicing; in Los An-eles. Cal..
has Just been appointed to the Medical
Staff of the Banta Fe Railroad for South
ern California, according- to a letter re
ceived by his brother Martin L. Sugar
man of Omaha.
Dr. Bugarman was born in Omaha, re
ceived his medical education at Cre shton
college and served as interne at St. Joseph
hospital in 1P10.
vice. Your letter will he opened,
read and answered hy a woman,
and held In strict confidence.
Women's and Misses Tailored Suits
for Autumn at $16.50 to $100.00
INTRODUCING ninny now distinctive style idens, many novel features unlike nnything
you have imagined, yet delightfully wearable.
Box coats are favored, also Russian styles, no me belted, some fitted at the waist tine and flared
at the lower part, both short and long effects.
Skirts are on simple tailored lines, some gored, others In modified circular
effect, many have pleats.
The trimming, the deep toned shades, the most favored weaves afford a
wide variety of style characters that Instantly appeal to thu woman In search of
Come In and see for yourself our splendid assortment of the smartest styles
typical of Tall.
argeeaJTash Co Booad rieeat,
August Sale of Furs at 20 to
333 Less Than September Prices
Fl'Ra are the vogue everywhere you so now and we unliPHltatlngly predict &
greater demand for the future.
If you desire to make your selection now and benefit by the savings In
our August Kur Sale, by paying 25 per cent of their value, we will store your
furs until November 1.
Barg-ess-lTasli Co. Second floor.
DAINTY NEW NET BLOUSES
Specially Priced for Wednesday at $2.95
CHARMING new models on sale Wednesday. Fretty, attractive, dainty and ap
pealing. Well and carefully made and readily recognized by all who see them
as blouses decidedly better than the usual blouse at this prloe. Cream and black.
Bargees-Hash Co. Second floor.
Stock of PORCH and SUNROOM
FURNITURE at Exactly Price
EVERY piece Is marked at exactly half the regular price In deter
mination of a quick and derisive clearaway. The Ideal furniture
for porch or sun room, and at half-price. This Idea:
$ 12.no Fiber Arm llocker, $0.25.
Well-built, roomy and comfortable, upholstered back and
cushions of cretonne. Was $12.60, now
fibre eoraar ehalr, was 10, aew fS.OO
rtbre rocker, was SS.SS, mow. . . . M.Su
Tlbrs obalr to matoh, was Sa.SS, S4.60
fibre seUee. was SIS. SO. mew. .. .fa.aS
ribrai aettee. waa S14.SS. mow. . 87. 4S
fibre aanging basket, waa 9J.S0,
and so on throughout the stock.
Snrgess-sTash Oo Third floor,
fibre table, waa as.BS, mow. . , .
flbrtt term Btaad. waa as. mow.
fibre breakfast cha'r. wae S7.80. I
fibre rooker, waa S7.45, aew...i
s-iore rooaer, was ma, mow. . . ,
Women's Silk and
Fiber Silk Sweaters
nPHESB new silk and fiber
silk sweaters are very de
sirable as a light evening wrap
and very stylish, too.
Wide selection In two-toned
effects of Copenhagen and
black, green and black, gold
and black, with belt across
Others ot blue with border of
gold, old rose with border of
ITJ11. yellow with border of white,
Plain blue anil plain old rose, with
suslios, at, tlO.Sa.
arresa-sTasa Co. .-seoM fleer.
BUME-MAlHI BAEMEMT STORE
New Trimmed Hats, Values
to $7.50, Wednesday. $2.98
PLANS FOR FORD PLANT
AT BUILDERS' EXCHANGE
Plans and specifications for the new
Ford assembling plant at Sixteenth and
.Ournlng streets have arrived In Omaha,
and are on file at the Omaha Builders'
eixchang. The specification! call for a
five-story building, JKiHxlM feet ' In
dimensions. H. . Morgan of Detroit la
the man to whom communications are to
be addressed. Bids are to be In by 8op
. tember 1
The contracts that lie outside of the
general contract are fur plumbing, eleo
trie work, elevators, hot water beating
plant and other detail.
AN AMENDED ORDINANCE
INTRODUCED ON CAR STOPS
An amendd ordinance has been Intro
duced to cover the stopping of street ears
on either side of Intersections on unpaved
streets. The street car company, howow.
ha taken oognlsance of the situation be
offering to consider crosswalk accommo
dations In unpaved distil. t
SPECIAL purchase of new Fall Trim
med lints. Wide selection of ".mart
trimmed hots of black velvet, trimmed In ribbons
and flowers, also
white satin, etc.
We consider them
good values at
$7.60; a pe dally
In the Millinery
Section, In the
THIEF STEALS REVOLVER
FROM GARRETT LAUNDRY
8am Ban to. 14 Capitol avenue, reports
to the po'lee that Monday evening thieves
sained entrance to his room and took t
from his trousers. The Garrett laund -r,
li&S North Sixteenth street, was alo vis
ited and a revolver stolen.
Trve1lm' Stan - r! nerlenee,
"In the summer of 18ft I had a very se
vere attack of cholera morbus. Two
physicians worked ovsr ma from 4 a. m
to p. m. without giving me any relief
and then told me they did not expect
me to live; that I had best telegraph for
my family. Instead of doing so, I gave
the hotel porter M cents and told him to
buy me a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Dlnrrnoea Remedy, and take
no substitute. I took a double dose ac
cording to the direr tlons and went to
lep after the second dose. At f o'clock
the next morning I wss called by my
order and took a train for my next stop
Ping point, a well man. but feeling rather
shaky from the severity of the attack, "
writes H. W. lielsnd. Louisville, Ky.
Obtainable every where. Advertisement.
Largm Package, 10c
Order This When
the Grocer Calls
ALWAYS keep two or three packages
l of Faust Spaghetti on hand it's a
dish that can be served several times
a week in so many different tasty
ways that one will scarcely ever com
plain on the grounds of sameness of diet.
is ctrengthening. It is made from hard
Durum wheat that is extremely rich in
gluten. This is the food element that
builds up muscle and tissue.
Faust Spaghetti is also easy to digest.
It's a cheap food, too you can well
afford to serve less meat when you have
Spaghetti. Write for free recipe book.
MAULL BROS.. St. Louh. U. S. A.
i 1 A
i . . z ili
t-M in, yr-ssn w i
$5.00 to $5.50 WOOL
BLANKETS at $3.98 Pair
bed slie. During August Bale at 3.08 pair.
a.CO Cotton Blankets, 91.00 Pair.
Heavy fleeced double cotton bed blankets, gray
tan and fancy plaids; f V.50 values at 91.00 pair!
Crib Klatikets, lOe Each.
Fairy crib blankets, white and pink and blue
borders, at IOc each.
:I2-Incli Drees Gingham, Oc.
AtnoskenjK dress ginghams In checks, stripes and
plaids, very desirable for school dresses, etc. On
sale from the bolt. at. yard. Oe.
5c Mercerised Messallne, 2Ss.
Black, yard-wide mercerised messallne, at Me
lOe Outing Flannel, 7 He.
White outing flannels, soft and firmly woren
for gowns, regularly 10c, at. yard. TMe.
Bnrgess.jrasa Co, assise at.
nr r -V as h Co. B as (meat.
Burgess-Nash Co. Every body ' Store 16th and Harneys
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