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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1915)
THE TtEE: OMA'IA, AVEDNESI)AV, SEITEMP.ER 2D, l)ir.
CITY WANTS PART
OF THE PROFITS
Butler Argues that for Certain Af
fairs the City Should Receive!
Nearly Half Receipt.
SO' SCHEDULE FIXED, HOV7EVER
Is the city going into the wrestling
Commissioner Butler, who has
charge of the City Auditorium, an
nounces his preferment or a policy
of charging a flat rental rate for
conventions and a per root basis for
certain attractions not specifically do
fined, but. for example, a wrestling
match promoted by private parties.
"We have not decided on a rental
schedule, hut I expect the m.itter will b !
up before the council ref -re Ion :. it will
be the policy to chnrs-e aa low a rate a
possible to conventions wl-h Omiiha
wants to enrouraK and which he!p the
city, but there nre variola events which
the rltjr should share on a per cent
basis," tted Mr. Iiutlrr.
Otlnir a specific Instance In nu'slnlns
hla per cent basis for rental, he referred
to a recent bis wrestling match. "The
promoter told rr.e he netted 'i,n o on that
event. Now, suppose," adled the c.itn
miaaloner, "that we should have uch a
wrestling- mat" h In the Auditorium, I con
tend the city should iret a share of the
profits." He said he thought about 0
per cent for the city would be about
The letter carriera recently paid $W0
rental for their meeting at the Audi
torium. The charge for the Ronton Sym
phony orchestra for the evening of Oc
tober T will be I2U0.
The suggestion has been made to some
of the commissioners that the city should
announce a definite schedule of rates for
the Auditorium and that the rate should
apply to all without any distinction.
Prayer Meetings on
. This Morning
Following are the prayer meetings and
their leaders for this morning from 10 to
10:30 In the Sunday campaign:
Florence ' I'reabyltrlan, Mr. H. a.
Olivet Haptlst, Rev. C. F.. Cobbejr
Orace Kvangcllcal, Rev. F. T. House.
Pearl Memorial Methodist, Hev. K. II.
Jenka. P. It.
Presbyterian Church of the Covenant,
Mra. William Aiiher.
lienaon alethodlst," Mlaa Alice M. Gam
lln llillslds Congregational, Mr. Homer
I.os Aveifue Presbyterian, Ilev. W .H.
Harvard Memorial I'nlted Ilrtthren,
Rev.- A. J. Morrla.
Iundee Presbyterian, Miss Orace Feme.
First llaptlst. Rev. C. N. Iiaotmi, I), H.
First Congregational. Mi. Ouorge M.
Westminster Presbyterlsn, Itev. Oliver
Caetellar Presbyterian, Mr. ttobert
tiouthslde United PreabyteHsn, Mrs. W.
First llaptlst. Council Bluffs. Rev. F.
' E. Pa up.
Bishops for Each
Race and Tongue
Ry almost unanimous vote, the Metho
dist conference dot Ided to favor a chanire
in the constitution of the church, per
mitting the election of t.lshopa for races
and tongues. That means that the Ne
Itaaka stats conference favora appoint
ment of negro, Chinese, Ind an and other
tlnhops to head the church among tho
colored people, Chinese and In Ind lit
TWENTY CASES OF NASAL
DIPHTHERIA IN ONE SCHOOL
Twenty positive esses of tissal diph
theria were discovered Monday out or
forty cultures takes from school children
of the South Fide. Most of the cades
were from the Jungmann school.
Further examinations are bolus made
by Asslstsnt Health Commissioner Bolcr
Traveling - Kcsetlesrt.
"In the summer of 18RS I had a very se
vere attack of cholera morbus. Two
physicians worked over me from 4 a. m.
to I p. a without giving me any relief
nd then told me they did not expect
ma to live; that I bad best telegraph (or
my family. Instead of doing so, I gave
the hotel porter M cents and told him to
buy ins a bottle of Chamberlain's Colto,
Cholera and Dlarrooea Remedy, and take
no substitute. I took a double dose ac
cording to the dlrectlona and went to
sleep after the eeeond dose. At I o'clock
the next morning I wss called by my
order and took a train for my next stop
ping point. well maa, but feeling rather
shaky from the severity of the attack,"
writes II. W. Ireland, Ixmlsvllle, Ky.
Obtainable every wbere. Advertisement
Route of the
Winn-t Excursion Tickets
on enle on iintl after Oc
tober 5th, good return
isg until June 1st. 1916.
Detailed information and
CITY TICKET OFFICE.
4C7 South leth Street.
Phone Douglas 261
District Tassenger Agent,
MANAGER TALKING MACHINE
DEPT. AT HAYDEN BROS.
! r v J
' 1 : J
Mr. J. V. Olblln. who has Just taken
up hi new duties ss manager ol the
talking mnrhlne department at Hnydcn
Bros., la well known In Omaha, as foist-,
erel years he has been connected with
several of the larger firms here.
Storm Does Heavy
Damage in Iowa
and in Ilinois
Joe Mghtfoot of the Illinois Central
passenger department Is back from Chi
cago, where he went to furnish safe con
duct to the tralnload or Italians who left
Omaha Inat Saturday, going to Join the
colors snd fight In the European war.
Hays Mr. Light foot:
"The rain of Kunday and Monday
throughout Iowa and western Illinois did
a vsst amount of damage. From a few
miles this side of Dubuque snd nearly
over to Freeport. 111., the entire country
la under water. Fields of corn were
leveled by the wind and rain, and In
many Instances the entire crop Is cov
ered with mud, washed down from the
"The railroads suffered greatly In the
vicinity of Dubuque and Galena. Tracks
were washed out or covered with mud
snd debris by reason of the raving of
the banks. The streams are all out of
their banks and are filled with uprooted
treea, smsll buildings and things that
have come from the farms along the
Workers Make Plans
Volunteer Workers at the Soclsl Settle
ment held a get-together meeting Mon
day to plan their work for thla winter.
Sewing, dramatics, basket work, ham
mock weaving and the Hettloment paper
will be continued and many new activi
ties begun. It Is planned to hold these
meetings once a month.
Mra. 13. A. finger, Mns. Walter Abbott,
Mrs. W. a. Preston. Mrs. K. V. Parrier.,
Anna Dooherty and the Miss Anna Fell,
Myrtle May, Elsie Ooets, Harriet Mets,
Eugenie Patterson, Helen Eponeter, Mar-
Joils Howlund, Mr. Hubert Burns and
Mr. Fraxler are among the volunteer
Miss Msrgaret Wardell, an Oberlln col
lege girl, has also offered her services
as a resident worker. The . Settlement
paper will be Issued In October.
DRAWS FINE FOR SPEEDING
CAR PAST MASON SCHOOL
Tst O'Dsy, U5 North Twenty-second
Street, South Side, charged with ex
ceeding the speed limit in an automobile
whllo going past the Mason achool, .was
rraluned In police court and fined tl and
costs. B C. Hen Sanson, 4227 Franklin
street, was alo fined tl and costs for ex
ceeding the speed limit.
CHICAGO MAN SAVES $500
BY PLANTING IN HIS SHOE
Wnlter Thompson of ' Chicago was
strong-armed by three men at Ninth and
Ikuglas streets,' who got nothing, al
though Thompson hsd ' In bills In the
heel of his shos. II. B. Jewett of the
Psxton hotel wss relieved of ftf by a
lone robber, near Tenth and Harney
Xltht Cnasfc Believes!.
Dr. lull's I'lne-Tar-Money rases your
cough, soothes the lunga and invltea
sleep. Only f"jc. All druggists. Advertisement.
You won't know how
delicious pineapple is
until you have tried
s . .
Fully Heneli picked and packed
Uccs art rcJy to
l - -
YOUR GRQCER SELLS
10c to 253
six ol can
and grails ol
Meeting for Boys
and Girls is Held
by Amusing "Body"
Rome eeventv-flve youngsters sssmbed
at the First Congregational rhurch Mon
day night to attend the first of a ser'es
of meetings 0 be held expressly for
Juvenile Oman by the "Wily" Sunday
campaign I arty. Homer Itodehtaver took
the lads and laaslea under hla wins Mon
day night and when the meeting ad
journed every angle one of them was
calling him "Kody" as If they had known
him sll their lives.
reaches, pies, cantaloupe and the like
were distributed among the t ta at the
start of the meeting and then "Uody"
conducted several racing conteats.
Following tho lively Introduction
Rody" called for "Ilrlghten the Corner
Where You Are," and then save his talk.
"You Sll know how one rotten apple
In the barrel soon spoils a lot of other
anples.". aald Rideheaver. "and It's much
I the same with boy. One smart, over
bearing boy In a pang can anon spoil a
while lot of other fellows. Re courteous,
thoughtful snd gentlemanly and try to
give the people with whom you come In
contact a Rood opinion of your parents."
Aged Man Protests
Down an Old House
An echo of the tornado of lf!3 was
heard In the city council chamber when
W. II. Russell, real estate man, appeared
to show cause why the old house at 2ZiH
Poppleton ave.nuo should not be con
demned as recommended by the city
building depart mint. j
"During that memorable storm I lost
$." In five minutes and I submit to you j
gentlemen, thst it is not eay for a man j
oeyona tne three score and ten mark to
retrieve his losses. I am trying to lm-
prove this old houae as fast aa my means j
will permit. The place will be an orna- i
ment to tho neighborhood when tonu
pletd," stated Mr. Russell. He waa ;
granted a week's time during which tho
commissioners will visit the premises.
The house in question wss not In the
"TANLAC" MAN IS
L. T. Cooper, Noted Easterner,
Sends Associate to City
Will Personally Direct the lntrodiic
tlon of Iremler Prepar
John A. Bornhauser, who la so closely
associated with I T. Cooper, the cele
brated "Tanlao Man." Is in the city, a
guet of the Loyal Hotel.
Mr. Bornhauser comes to Omaha from
Lincoln, where he has a pent the past few
months meeting the publlo and demon
strating the splendid preparation Tanlac.
Mr. Bornhauser, in whom Mr. Cooper
reposes his full confidence, Is a man of I
rare talents, magnetlo force and charm
of manner. He never ceases to surprise
you with the Infinite variety of his knowl
edge snd Its absolute correctness and i
Both Mr. Cooper and Mr. Dornhauarr,
who express their views alike, claim
chiefly that most of the III health of to
day la due almost entirely to those habits
hloh best distinguish the white man
from the savage of the Jungle. They
claim that nine times out of ten It Is
the result,' more or less, of a weak, dis
ordered stomach and nine times out of
ten these disorders are due to too much
eating and drinking and too little of the
proper out-of-doors exercise and air.
But it is always possible, they say, to
make some effort toward healthful liv
ing, and. In connection with expressions
of thdr views, they are Introducing their
premier preparation, Tanlac, to prove
their advanced thoughts.
Tanlao la tailed the "Master Medicine."
and it Is made mainly from the roots.
barks, herbs and flowers gathered from j
many of the remotest parts of the earth. :
Tho medicine obtalna of its high uniform I
efficiency by the personal direction of
Joseph Trimbach, a native Qerman chem
ist of note. .
It Is claimed thst Tanlao quickly over
comes stomach, kidney and Intestinal
ailments, aa well as catarrhal affections,
and will actually prolong Ufa by restoring
and keeping up the vigor of youth.
In a number of great American cities
thouaanda ' have been converted to the
Coo per-Bornhauser views and have been
benefited by Tanlac,
The agency for Tanlac la awarded only
to one drug store In each city, and Mr. i
Bornhauser or Mr. Cooper personally di
rects Its Introduction, so that It may do
the moat good. Advertisement.
th same dv, th Juicy, tender
serve instantly. .
"1 " J"
Special Nurse is
Assigned to One of
South Side Schools
Airs. flra " Wheeler, nurse, t its len
ergngefl by the Bnnrit of Induration for
work nt the Konth Central sclioul under
ith direction of Superintendent Gruff.
Mrs. Wheeler's work la to follow up
medical inspections and to adlse with
and assi.l pnrents snd pupils, aeeordlnit
to the needs of InriivMunl caws. She will
recommend physlt bins w hen such service
la necessary and will offer ndMce, In
cases where simple remedial action will
The purpose of tho worn Is to protect
the pupils from exposure to contagion
nd Infection and to assist In restoring
to health those whose condition Is a men
ace to others.
She has bcrn detailed to the South
Central school for an Indefinite period,
ns conditions there nre said to warrant
her cxcluslvo attention.
Mrs. Wheeler has been Identified with
the Visiting Nurse association.
Wheat Drops Four
Cents Over Night
Oraln kept on hitting the slide, snd
again wheat went below II per bushel,
silling at RKriVHc per bushel, a loss ol
1 Ct nl to 4 cents over nliiht. Receipts were
thirty-three cars. The decline was at
trli.utcd to heavy receipts throughout tho
lomtry and little foreign demand. '
f;n the prospect of a bit? crop of corn,
this cereal was V4e to lo lower, selling
at K."sfi:5 centa per bushel. Thirty cur-
I loads were on the market
Oats went down three-fourths of a cent
and sold at 31M centa, the lowest
price in months. Receipts were twenty
f Will 111 .' '.JmtJISIMirgH'L-lLIS "Htt VOLK A 3
On Legs r Flat Base
Priced from $29 to $G0
We are the
Omaha and vi
cinity for Com
fort Hot Blast
See our beauti
home ' " outfits,
e v e r y t h ing
C: ' ' )
'3.-.I " -f"",,; '- - Mif
A sp.sndtd, wall mads, asbes
tos lined steal rantro with sa
estra large firs-box fitted
with hsavr linings and duplex
srrstes, has a larro oven, the
walla of which are made of
reinforced steel absolutely
Snaraateed to rlvs
tloa, oar price . . ,
Turquoise Bluo Triple
White Lined and in All
No. 8 Seamless Tea
price ... ....39
Pot, our price 2l
our price . . . .76
Out of the High
Persistence is the cardinal vir
tue in advertising; no matter
how good advertising may be
in other respects, it must be
run frequently and constant
ly to.be really succcessful.
M. P. Officials Are
Looking for a Big
Alexander Robertson, formerly first
vice president of the Missouri Pacific, In
charge of operation, but under the n -celvershlp
chief of the operating depart
ment, accompanied by Oeneral Superin
tendent D'Hernardl and Division Super
intendent Hues, is In the city, going over
the system on a tour of Inspection.
Mr. Robertson comes from the Ft. IajuIs
general offices and Is looking forward to
a heavy freight business during the com
ing winter. He asserts that the coal
businesa promises to be as good as In the
past, and that when the farmers com
mence to sell freely there will be a big
movement of grain to the south. Since
u uu'u-MirwM"w"i-.--i-i-i-i- --------
TO END CATARRHAL
DEAFNESS AND HEAD
If von have Catarrhal Deafness
or head noises so to your druggist
snd ft 1 v:nre of "srm'nt (d
ble strength), and sdd to it !i pint
of hot water and 4 ounces of gian
ulated sugar. Take 1 tablespoon
ful four times a day
This will often bring oulck re
lief from the distressing he;id
noises. Cloiged nostrils should
open. breath ng become easy and
the mucus stop dropping Into the
throat. It Is easy to prepare, costs
little snd Is pleasant to take. Any
one who has catarrhal Deafness or
bend noises should give thla pre
scrlptlon a trial. Advertisement.
Ti)9 King of Steel Ranges
Placed in Your hm
on 30 Cays' Free Trial '
(dnmprce Ran tea have pol
ishes! blue steel tops which re
quire no blacking; the wails
throughout are made of heavy
blue sheet steel of double
thickness with heavy asbestos
board interlining. They have
the patented ftrnritj hinge
door supported by heavy nickel
brackets and a large oven with
thermometer on the door, a
large fire-box lined with the
heaviest of castings; the entire
range la beautifully trimmed
with the finest plain nickel.
which makex it easy to polish
1 and keep clean.
YOU MAKE YOUR
OWN TERMS AT
We are tho
Omaha and vi
See our beauti
the Standard Sizes
serving Kettle, our
price 24 q
Seventeen - quart
Dish Pans, our
price 34 1;
ter Pail, our
our price 5c
last summer, scoordlns to Mr. Hotiertsnn,
tt.o Missouri Taclflc has put and Is imt
tlns 1.1,000 box and coal cars through the
ahons. reconstructing, I aiming arid re
SEVERAL TRAINS OF AETNA
INSURANCE AGENTS TO COAST
Three to five special trains over the
Northwestern will srrlve In Omaha be
tween 11 o'clock and noon Friday, carrjr-
GOING TO BUY A PIANO?
lkn't Miss the Splendid Savings Offered Now. Satisfaction (iuaran
teed to Kvery Purchaser.
SH'srijilf ifwPiiw qfcMniw ty- IT'"''
C o ni b 1 nation
Suits, to l.r0
value, at 79
.Wool niankets, 44-lb. weight,
size 66x80, all wool fining, wool
and cotton twisted together
forming warp, assortment ' of
Plaids, (double binding), Blues,
Tans, Greys, etc. Sterling qual
ity, pair 4.98
Wool lllankets. White, 72x84
size, double binding, beautiful
wool blankets of superior qual
ity fleece, pair ....... gG.SO
Rousing Specials in Domestic
Room Suit Section
New Fall Apparel at prices that mean great savings to
purchasers Wednesday. Read every item.
Nobby New Tailored Suits, made to sell at $15.00, in gabar
dines, whipcords, cheviots and serges, in blues, OP'j
black, brown and greens, belted and semi-fitted rf
styles, high or low collars, choice of lot
350 Dress Skirts, in pretty
serges arid novelties, all col
ors in pleated and flaring
styles, silk braid, trimmed
or tailored models, to $3.93
values, choice ..... ,$1'.98
Children's School Dresses, Women's Silk Petticoats, all
all new styles, in pretty wool lOj?v) new ral1 "hades, cut full, with
fabrics. Sizes from 6 to 14 QC wlde flounces. Choice bar
years, big assortment J I gains.
Children's Winter Sweaters, sizes I $1.25 Percale Wrappers, 80c 3
1 to 6 years, In Oxfords, Cardl- I different styles, in grey, black
nals and Tans, 50 to $1.50 I and navy; all sizes.
For Quality Goods and a Saving of 25
to 50, It's Hayden's First
l lbs. Bast Purs Orattnlatad Burst
48-lb. sacka best htsh if r arte Dia
mond 11 f.our, made from No. 1 -lected
sin inn wheat. Why pay be
for - 12-oz. loaf of bread when yon
can make 65 pound loaves out of
one aack of flour, at .$1.40
10 bars Reat 'Km AH. UiamonU O
or Laundry Queen white laundry
aoap 8 So
10 lbs. best white or yellow corn
6 cans oil sardines 85o
7 lba. best bulk laundry starch,. SSo
4 lS-ox. cans condensed milk ..8So
Skinner's macaroni, vermicelli or
snasrhettl, pks-. 7io
3 2-oz. Jars pure fruit, preserves 25o
MacLaren's peanut butter, lb. lSViO.
Tall cans Alaska salmon loo
t!rar-Nuts, pkg lOo
W. O. C. or Kruinblea, pkjf So
K C. corn flukes, pktr So
Large bottles Worcester sauce, pure
tomato catsup, pickles, aHsortd
kinds, or mustard, bottle
1-lb. pksr new mince meat
New comb honey, per rack ...17'to
Imported fiirs, per lb .. .80o
rhnlce California peaches, lb. 7Mi
rallfnrnia Muscatel cooklnsr raisins,
Hershey's breakfast cocoa, lb. BOo
it vnv MAVnPM'G EIDCST IT
i aft i is Bssr
INTOXICATING LIQUOR-ALCOHOL 4
Willow Springs Beer
HAS STOOD THE TEST OF TIME
No better beer brewed than
"Stars and Stripes" and "Old Time"
Order a case for your home.
HENRY POLLOCK LIQUOR HOUSE,
Retail Distributors. Telephone Douglas 2108.
WILLOW SPRINGS BRWG. CO.
in TH to 1.0'"1 ssents of the Aetna Lif
lusnrsnre company, bo are enroute to
Sun l'ranclsco, whpre the annual family
merlins: will bo held nest week. Here
the trains will stop only Ions; enough to
chnnpe engines, after which they will be
tsken west by the t'nlon Pacific.
The Aetna Sftotits will stop some time
at Icnvcr. where they will be Joined by
those coming up from the south. It Is
expected that a number of the agents
from Nebraska and Iowa will Join tho
1 41 dies' Lisle
I'nlon Suits, to
$1 values, all
lines . . . -33
Values, combining the most
essential points of purchase
Wool tapped lllankets, grey,
white or tan. mohair binding,
11-4 size, large enough for av
erage full size beds. Light
weight and warm. Best make,
at. pair ' 82.75
Wool Napped Tlaid Blankets,
11-4 size, splendid quality,
launders perfectly, pr. S2.25
Kxtra quality Cotton ISlunkcts,
for 3-4 and smaller size and
full beds (G4x"6), pr 08c
New Coat Styles A big
special purchase of values
to $17.50, in broadcloths,
novelties and plaids, new
fitted and plain backs, $5,
$8.95, $10.00, $12.50
The best tea slftinirs, lb. ... .lSVaO
tlolden Hantos coftee, lb fells
raaoy so. 1 Craamsry Bnttar, per
The best strictly fresh etcits, ti'
2 lbs. Rood butterine ...8oo
Kancy table butterine, lb. ...17-aO
Fwncy full cream white or coiorvl
cheese, lb 30o
imported' Swiss or Roquefort
chefse, Ih 40e
ZTAXIaVN BLUB PXrHS TO
4-basket crates Italian Blue Plums
Faney Colorado Xlberta ITresatona
faachas, par crata ...85o
New potatoes, 15 lba to peck ..ISO
Sweet corn, per dozen ...103
2 large liends fresh cabbage ....6o
8 bunches fresh radishes .......Bo
6 bunches fresh leaf lettuce ,...5o
6 bunches fresh onions ...So
Fancy wax or string: beans, lb. 9Ho
8 lai'Ke cucumbers ..5o
I larKe Rreen peppers 3o
Fancy iH'nver- cauliflower, lb. lOo
Vanv ripe tomatoes, lb SVaO
Fancy head lettuce, head 7V&0, Po
4 bunches 'resh beeta or carrots So
4 hunches fresh paralev 5o
Market basket beeta or turnips ISO
12 lba. No. 1 cooking; apples ...,15o
m iuu a ptn
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