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OMAHA, MONDAY, OCTOIIER 4, J01S.
FILES SUIT FOR
Rred Bfjfini Action Ag-a-inst the
Bock Island and Weill
BRINGS ONE FOR EACH YEAR!
(Fmin a Ftaff Correspondent.)
UNCOLN, Ort. I (flporUl ) fult for
occupation tax due from the Horli MI and
railroad for Wit and 1'nS ami from the
WHIs-Kargn I'uprrs company for lU.
nlth lrl pensltlr. has been rommrnrid
T Attorney General Fire In the district
roiirt of Lancaster count y.
Averring that the cailtst stock of the
Rock laand Is la eoesa of IM.fte.ftO,
whl-h makes It liable for the maximum
occupation ta of I3.Cn a year, the at
tomcjr general bring two actlona, one
for .each rear, totalling IMO. the corn
ran jr ha vlna paid I'M on It a I!H4 taes.
Accrued Interest at 7 per rent and a pen
alty of lr per ctnt la demanded.
The Wells-Fargn la aued for 91.210. i
lr cent of lla gross receipts of I'M. ISO
for 1914. with an additional penalty of 1
per eent. The Well-Fargo la not being
aued for lt 1!15 tax, which will not bo
iHin until Novrmlier.
All Protest Ike Tax.
The Alama, the American and the
Wells-Fargo F.nprea companlea hava
within the last few daye reported corn
Lined gross earnings of H.OOO.WO from Ne
braska, which under the Hmlth Uw of 1
per cent occupation tag would make them
owing the atate altogether 20,nuQ. In
their report all proteal acalnat the U
The Adami Kxpreea company, reporting
Saturday, ahowed earning oi 4.tT,7 on
Rtate tmalneaa, with the following earn-
In g from eight leading atatlona: Omaha,
,20S,OS9; Lincoln, lint. IK; Heatings, IS.OCH;
Orand Island. r.H7; Beatrte. flW,
Crete, tM.o.2; Nebraska City, H,1S;
Houth Chnaha. tf.TOl.
Protest y t.emaael.
Pter Oamroel, former engineer for the
Nebraaka Corn Meal company at Seward,
haa proteated to Labor Commlaaloner Cof
fey that the Millers Mutual Inaurance
company of Chicago haa atopped pay
ments due him under th workman's
compensation law. Htnee tha Inauranea
company haa never been admitted to do
bualnaea In Nebraaka, the Injured man
la barred from aulnc tha concern In tula
state, but tha labor oommlaaloner haa In
formed him that he can aua tha man
are men t for which ha waa working,
r re parrs Apportionment.
Btat Superintendent Thomaal a pre
paring to apportion IJCsOnO aa atale aid
to weak school district. Districts whoso
maximum, levy of LI I rills will not main
tain school seven montha are entitled to
tha aid, which muat be applied (or before
Attorney Off Capital.
Attorney General Willie E. nets and
Chairman Charles of tha Nebraaka Rail
way commission want to Washington
Matunlay. where they will taka part In
tha final arguments before the United
Htates eupreme court against tha pro
posal of tha wewtern railroads to put
3-cent Interstate passenger fare Into
Oovernor vt ore head haa Us tied, a requi
sition for the return from Oklahoma City,
tiki., of Oliver K. Smith, wanted In
. liewson county for statutory rape on
Ueneva Zesk, a W-year-old girl.
DeraJaat Off Toar,
Hecretary Uernirker oC tha State Board
i Ruuallxatlon loaves Monday to visit
a dosen counties to study the actual
selling value of farm lands (for use by
the Plata board next year In reviewing
county assessors' returns, ,
Will Kilo gait. t
X suit will be filed lu tha supreme court
Monday by tha attorney general's office
tai, behalf ot Fir Commissioner Kldgell
t tnendantua Btat Treasurer Hall to
pay warrants of the fire ounitnlaalon
ituilng rVplember. Ilklgell withdrew a
former suit after Treasurer Hall agreed
t fay everything up to September 1.
rostal I.mIbs la Neteraeka.
The roetai Telegraph Cable company,
a, Nebraska branch of tha national corpo
ration, la a losing proposition aa aa in
dependent concern, according to a re
port ft last year's business filed with the
railway commission. . Tha operating ' ex
pecoea are declared ta be In.i, while
the earnings war tTClta. Tha president
and general manager of tha company la
J. W. Wolf of Omaha, whoa salary
paid by the parent company aa district
All Pacific Slope
Rocks in Earthquake
SAN Kit A Nt "I WO, t. t 1-Kheri.
cirthntinke short:, were felt at 1 M
o'cloek tonlaht at tmlnte In t'tah. Nevada.
I'allfnrnia and Iilnlm. Throughout the
northern tart of Callforti'a two itlstln.t
tremors occurred In rapid suoeesRlon.
the leil.id of vlbtattnn being from ten
to fifteen seconds. No shocks, however,
were xpcrii'nced in Ban Franriscn,
Buildings were swayed In Rarramenbs
and their rcctipants rushed Into the
streets. In Fresno, also, the shirks were
in Reno, N'ev., two slight shocks were
fell thl aftimnnn. Vletirla. Ft. C., also
rei ortrd a sllsht shock late today.
Ho far sa known, no damage waa caused.
JOY RAMPANT ON
Coincidence of Date Bring Added
Happinesi to Subjects of King
BUSHELS OF CONFETTI THROWN
1915 WHEAT CROP
Board of Agriculture Eitimatei
Yield Three and Quarter Million
Bushel Orrr High Mark.
ACREAGE LARGELY INCREASED
GRADS RAISE BESSEY FUND
Fifteen Hundred Dollar. Secured by
Organisation Seeking to Honor'
Memory of Profemor.
WAUT PERMANENT MEMORIAL
sTXBKABXA WHEAT COP.
Winter wheat aorsare, ... .rr3,38
Winter wheat aoreage, 116... 3,'t ,(83
Tleld, bnshels, 1M 83.7.aiW
Tlsld. bnsiiels, ltlS H.Oi.'tt
Awrsre ver acre, 114 IIS
Average per acre, ltlS 1.T
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct. 3. (Special.)
LINCOLN. Oct. 1 (Special.) -The
campaign for the establishment of an
endowment to perpetuate the memory of
lr. C. K. Bessey haa atarted with a new
Impetus, according to a statement given
out today hy the committee In charire.
I'p until the present time only the grad
uates of the university have heen s
Helled and In the first few weeks' work
shout 175 have respondi-d with an aver
age donation of t
FIYE AND A HALF
Compilation Shows to What Extent
Nebraska Has Aided in Rail
DODGE AND WASHINGTON START
From a ftaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Oct. 3. (SirtMitl.l-Ne-hraska
counties and their suudlvlsiona
have liuued '..'iC,4m In bonds to aid In
rs 1 1 road conAiruction In the state sinco
1. when Nebraska was a territory, ac
cording to a compilation of county bond
The total fund now jMr n,ajp t,y state Auditor 8mith.
I The first bonds were Issued by Lodge
The friends of Pr. Bessey organised ni Washington counties on July 1, !.
Th IS 16 wheat crop Is th largest , the Iteseey Memorial association during the former ls.ulng tf) COO at that time
lit the history of the atate by 3.267,- i hr' l,rnm'r fff the purpose of raising1 ,l76.4 Uter. Between July :, IS
sen i..i,i. A, , ., 1 the Income of which U to go to amj November 28, 11. Richardson county
160 bushels, according to figures Ml)l 1(,ejr f ,h. M d.s)rM unlll ner refonJ faU tQ
Compiled by Secretary W. U. Mellor , death, after which It will support two ,now tha proper date. The fallowing
of the Nebraaka State Board of Agrl- ' r-searrh feIlowshlia In the department are the counties, with the amount of
or botany. their bonds.
Otricera of Association. lAdama county t l.OiO
When In the course of events It
happen that the first of the month,
Saturday n'pht, and a flrst-clasH fes
tival aoai coincide then Is the
time wht'ii the citizens are going to
burst Into sons; and laughter.
Hurst Is the right word. That Is
just what the mass of human being,
forming tho carnival crowd last
It seemed to make all the differ
ence In the world to tha majority of
merrymakers that a pay day had oc
curred. Confetti Is comparatively
cheap, when you rome to consider
the Joy It produces, and If ever It waa
heaved, walloped and gently wafted
Into the facial convulsions of mortal
beings, It waa thus propelled Satur
day evening. Not In those tlt-for-tat,
one-more-to-come clusters, but with
the care-free abandon that results
from a pocket re-enforced with ! J "JU
nickels, ready to be spent lor more
of the same."
Bushels of the stuff descended on the
frollckera and was not confined to the
face, hut worked ln!s the Innermost
depths of their apparel.
"A Trip to Mars" Is drawing an alarm
ing attendance and the travelers seem to
I growing so enamoured with the planet
ine estimated yieia In winierj rhancellor Avery of tne University of.tuy and precincts
Wheat In 1915 la placed at W7.053, 520 Nebraska Is president; Guy E. Heed. I p"nCctuu"l
bsuhels, compared with 63.768.2fin secretary, and Georg L. Hall, slat , Huflalo county township'.".'.'.
In 1914. The yield per acre Is 19.7
this year, as agalnut 18.8 last year.
The acreage haa been increased from
8,878,935 In 1914 to 8,39o,863, or
by only 22,000 acres.
Ist year broke all previous rec-; .00l. Uncoln; W. H. Haywood, Nw,odge oounty
ords by 8,300,000 bushels, and this ! Vork City; Haven Metcalf, Washington. j-n y "..?.0""1'. .!! "i!!.' !!!!
year s figures Indicate practically the
The advisory i Butler counly
J. Bryan. La .".n ""
Verne W. Noyea of Chloago, Dr. Roeco t'lty and l'reclnct ""!!!!!!.'
Tound, Cambridge, Masa. i B. J. Hal ner. 'Clay county prtclncts
Lincoln; Albert F. Woods. St. Paul; 'Cuu lng county
. , ' Custer county township
Frederick K. Nellaon, Waahlngton. Djkj,. county
C; Alvln K. Pope, Ban rranc.lsco; It. J. Dawson county precincts...
same ratio of gain.
1 1 huse
c ii ne
t oiiax .....
1 uinlng ....
1 iawsin ....
that they may quit the kingdom of Kranklin
Uulvera and move to the distant orb.
An Ak-ftar-Ben highball waa originated
"Is Wat ' evening and bids fair to become I tianlen
eiceedlngly popular allh the "muster j J j'JJJ ;
class." Th master class as Indicated wrant
above composes that quota of alted j "'eeley .,
beings who have the price of Its pur-1 idmiiVoii '
chase. Th Ingredients are aa folio as: Harlan ..
A tumbler of chilled elder, from th old ' jj",." '.'k
rettl preferably th green particles. The
whole la to be strained slowly through a
moustache Into th maw of tha consumer.
It la very popular. Indeed I And much I J)'""''
more refreshing and delicious than
sounds, when on ha been fed for sev
eral hours on Just plain confetti, In th
raw and uncultivated state.
! Keproved by Court
From a Rtaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Oct, l-apeelal.) Attorney
W. J, Courtrlght of Fremont haa been
reproved by th supreme court by having
a brief In support of a rehearing stricken
from th file as "Improper." Ills client
waa given unlll November I to file a
new brief, after th motion tteelf had
been practically sustained by the court.
Whllt the filing haa been withheld It
ta understood that It contained reflections
a th high bench not respectful and not
oKenstva enouaH t call for drastic
Crowd Merry sad Loyal.
The Saturday night crowd was 'just
that big-hearted, happy throng that haa
made Ak-Sar-lien a iihiiIk wnivt ihmu.k. 1 Merrick
out th land. Th spirit of yulvera waa ttinJl .'
there-no rohgh stuff, just fun. Whilo Nemaha'
the mis knlghta are carefully studying ! Nuckolls
"How to Surmount a Horse," and the I l-a'wnee "',
"Kink" la reading up on th Marquis of'l'erkins
Queensbury rule, or "How to Play the 1 yf '
Modern King," they should pause a mo- j Matte
ment and consider the fact that the '"k
realm of Uulvera, up to data, never had 1
i no re loyal and enthusiast lo subjects rally, ltok
to the colors than wer on th Job tatur- Valine
day evening. Haunderi""::
.The booths and attractions, as has'tt' Uluff
been mentioned before, are much above ' 2hW"(lY2
those of former years, the lUhllng of ' ."herriian
th carnival aa a whoi Is Improved, th ' Ptu
handling of the crowd by offklala and S-h
officer more efficient and th people Thomas ....
are enjoying themselves, elthout any of T-h,ton
the annoyancea that en some occasions J "aahington
have marred th even tenor or the Wavne
merrymaking. When th gate clicked '
on the last reveler last night they also
clicked on a memorabl day la A k -Sax-Pea
history. Hatty" Black and "Dad"
Weaver ar nursing tender and abused
light hands and arms as th result of
th show up to date, but they ar wag.
glng their heads la approval.
In the afternoon th kids wer allowed
the freedom of th carnival grounds,
everything being a "Jitney" for th
youngster. Hundreds strong they
whooped and gamboled ever every quar
ter or the enclosure, very near wearing
out the merry-go-round and t'tr ti
wheel Mid surrounding large quaatltk-
Yield by Coaalle.
Th following are the acimuos In ' ti
county, the avers k yield and the num
ber of bushels ralord thla year:
Ai l s. A . lekl
ae. f er Acre. Bushels,
l.u.ulo Jo. 4 i...l
ll.KI.I lit. 4
3, ui; lh
h. M.I i1
1..H3 : I
b.Ht; 21 .H
N.s.w 21. h
p,.V.I 24 1
4. m'.1 .4
1(0. Jr4 .H
6ft.t7t 21 .
Id i.M I 20
.!W7 24. ft
72.MS 20. t
3.M 15 4
S2.!l IS I
Kft.410 IK t
4S.7' IS 7
1 4 2
Ki t 27 4
M.TI 22 I
Kisnton , 4. OM 36.S
1 o-t i
t M 1&
V"heeer jrw 17
Tork IO9.101 , 28.1
IV C; Iiwrenc Foaeler, Llnooln; Pat
rick O. Gar a. Salt Lake city; Frederick
L. Clements, MlnneapoHS; James W.
Crabtree, River Falls, Wla.; John L.
Sheldon, Morgantown, W. V.; Edward
C. F.llmtt, aladlson, Wla., and U L. Har
ter, Waahlngton, O. C. All ar former
student and friends of L)r. Bessey. Pr.
Iteaaey waa th first dean of agriculture
of the University of Nebraska and th
first cltlien to take up th cause of ag
Kaample of Ills Leadership.
"What his leadership In his chosen
flt.trl ft. a m.nt ear. H.U., ka, Mtlm.fail
iv,AU cltlsens of Nebraska ar to be given
I.ku.,34 ; an opportunity to contribute to the fund,"
i iLt.HM i ,h" ,"mnt y-
liotMiuiu During his lifetime Dr. . Besae'y was
30,2,0 president or th society for th Promo
tion of Agriculture, president of th
Botanical Society of America, president
of the -department of natural sclenoea of
tha National Educational association,
president of th American Association
for the Advancement of Science. He was
at one time president of the Iowa Ftate
college and on several occasions acting
chancellor of the University of Nebraska.
:-f ; The committee has given out the further
T,,,! i announcement
LSa-.&mi "An unfortunate Impression has arisen 1 ft
. ..".,n certain quarters that our honored P'anton
Fillmore county, vlllafres and pre
cincts Franklin county
Precincts and township
(Ireeley county townshi.p
Hall county precinct
Harlan county township
Holt county, township, city
Howard county i
Jefferson county precincts
Kearney county townships
Knox county precinct
I Lancaster county
Precincts and city
Madison county precincts
Nuckolls county, city and pre
cincts Otoe county
Precinct and city
"aline county precincts
Preclects an1 villages
City and townships
It , Keva I'.lia
Me I 'hereon
l.i-..!,i:! 1r- ,,eey In his great public generosity
ei 1 failed to make adequate financial ,pro
'JnMK ! vUlon ,or Mr, ssey before his death,
tan.'sns I VhlIe thl not strictly true, we be
i Heve that hundreds of students and
tol'ai 1 f,rn, "isnr of whom regarded Dr. Bea-3h3:i-v!
' tMr Intellectual father, will wish
1.7W.7K to share In the high privilege of con-
trlbutlng to a fund for th perpetuating
70 kw'0' the memory of his distinguished aenr
4!i J tees, th Income of which fund Mr. Bes-an'"-it"esr
my Ic,,vo her option.
iIgu'Ii'm "II inould b further remembered that
l'.W4.t 7 ! the main purpose of th memorial
1Sl'-i i cholan,h,P fund t a provide a per
:3!li ! nne"t memorial which shall last as long
it!75 , as the state, even after Dr. Bessey hall
1 shall have crumbled, and to promote for
Mom ' v'r ,n Nebrka the atudy of botanical
12M aubjects. which Dr. Beasey Inaugurated
222.IJ7S and Inspirited for thirty yesrs."
"kS.iwi l ,c The i'e' " Swapper" column.
II Elopes with Girl He
Saved from Drowning
Thaver county precincts.,
Vs'ley county, precincts anl vll-
York count v
City precincts and township
Ahsadsa All Hope.
LANSF09D. Pa.. Oct. S.-AI1 hope that
the nine men who were caught In tho
fall of oal and rock at the Cnaldnl
mine of the Ieh'gh Coal and Navigation
company last Monday, are alive, waa
it lo hard son
It stmimer Orvllle Ward. JO. of
is'.! Council Bluffs saved pretty 17-year-old
,v2,l1 . Irene Bitter, daughter of Policeman F.
44W&HW' 1,,t,er- Chago. from drowning
"anstiiM Municipal beach.
1.524! -ci It night Mr. and Mrs. Bitter got a
telegram from FVemont. which read:
134!n-.7I "le' fad and Momsy: Orvllle and I
Tv".?'. I were married here today. Tou forgive
SOfi'ISi Awnoylnaj rail fs.ik.
S.Sl! The first doe of Dr. Bell' Plne-Tar-J.S224
Honey will help you. It kills th cold
Forgiveness waa promptly forwarded
to the young folks, and they will return
to Omaha today.
J. !.! 1.T 7.1M.4l
Ruia Will Send
Ultimatum to Sofia
PFTROORAP. On (Via London.)
Serirlus Saaonoff. Koaslan minister ol
foreign affair, declared to the Associ
ate! Pre correspondent today that If
germ. Only SSc.
All druggist. Adver-
GERMAN PRISONERS IN
SIBERIA ARE SUFFERING
Clean Liver and
Don't stay headachy, sick or
have bad breath and
Wake up feeling fine! Best
laxative for men, women
Eb,w '4vtu.ote lu ur and bowel
poison which la keeping; your head diaxy.
your tongu coated, breath offensive, and
stomach sour. Don't sUy bilious, sick,
headachy, constipated and full of cold.
BAN FRANCISCO. Oct X.-A state
ment that kVO.OOU German prisoner of
war are In S.beria without blanket or Why don't you get a bog of Case rets
I coats waa contained In a cablegram sk- from the drug store and eat one or two
;!.,oel!rrtII!Ll'PtL,JJ,t 'h"r PPM"1 i ,n . "ed her today by Oeorge tonight and enjoy the nicest, gentlest !
tra'toroua course they must answer to K. Volkmann. member of a grocery Job- liver and bowel cleaning you ever exper-i
j nlMtMak SH. a.A a w - 1 a wr .a. -
AT DEMON RUM
(Continued from Page Orto I
for trail hitters. They came to the num
ber of 1S1. Only two or three of tree
showed the marks of being hard drink-
EAST AND WEST TRADE
APPLES AND POTATOES
Frorn a Ftaff Correspondent.)
U.NCPL.N, 14. , tSpeclal. Wed! 1 " w'loi audience, in fact, as
Ilk t swap some at our easlera apples made up principally of the good c ans of
your western Nebraaka pol aloes." ' average i Itlacn.
wrote' Oovernor More head Katuiday, T,, meeting started b-fore any of the
after h had received from W. K. Megor ! Ru"J" P bJ arrived at the tahei-
of tUlcs, Nebs, a hug potato weighing j hundred ef tt choir
two pounds and four ounce.
Three other tuber Just as laii and
tew smaller e grew In the am hill.
according to Mr. 5l..nr. who explained
that he lived twenty-flv miles from a
railroad out ta Hrown county, and urged
that something be done to facilitate the
marketing of such products.
.ILL TEST VALIDITY OF
MOTHERS' PENSION ACT
tProm a ftaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct. JL tfpeclal.t-Uayor
!tryn's free gal aid bureau of Umsln
w'U teat the validity of th mother
pMulua act of th last Kilatur. which
til couaty conunlaaktaera of lncaater
Cvunty Lav refused to recognise.
tlty Attorney Peterson will proasvuU
tite ca ea bwbalf of Mia. Mary Miller,
a wtksw wnh si children. dvtndeal
ret!rc ly upMi wererlf for support. Th
traan singing hymns. Itody" eooii rami
accompaiuVd by Char'es Cahcel. the
chorister singer and song publi her of
t'l.k-ago, who Is her for a to-da
lsit with the Sunday party. He sang
a solo and he and "Kodv" rendered a
'The llrewenf Wg Hursea" the fa
mous temperance song, was sun for the
first time la the Ont.trta r sin pa inn olih
splendid efwt- A sextet of young men on
the platform led.
W. K. Koshler made the onenlng prayer.
de-laring warmly that Omaha will "tack
'P;lly' Sunday while It shoots th truth
Into th people."
Use Absinthe to
Make Gun Cotton
PARI;. Oct. t-eVki of absinthe now
are being coawrted into an Ingredient
for explosive at a co-operative distillery
Uw provide a maauatun pension of Si9 Poatolsa. whkh has beea supplying
a o.iKitij tor each aVpeodtat child. i ,w eatraoted front beet ruou t
J government explosive factoHea. where
A r- aV"' will turn as o4-haa i I It I used la the man u fa tar eg gua
tuni't'ire let rasa. I cottoe-
bins eirm The Itwistn w as fn.m Ih. U.&il T.n will v-V m euii... a, . . .. j
r,!lU?w . Prt'!' committee of Tten Tsln. It read: fires. Caareta never gripe or sicken
tTlT'en. will tT uS"' k ! !. Pr:1 ublln Wld-1 rman pres. S4 Hk aalta. pills and calomel. The, act
sum on will fee within a short time.-, rrUwn.rs Siberia, abaolutely no so gently that you hardly realla. you
blanket, no coats. Urgent need. Ship- have taken a cathartic. Mothers should
ment direct American consul VUdivo- (We cross, alck. bilious or feverish child-
You know what a wonderful
cleaner naptha is. Then just
imagine what it will do in com
bination with the other harm
less cleansers that are in Fels
Naptha. While your clothes
are soaking 30 minutes Fels
Naptha does the hard work
of loosening and dissolving the
grease and dirt.
Then don't hard rub I
Use Fels-Naptha for all soap-and-water work.
stock for special representative Depart-
W. K. Htee.
W. K. Rice, employed In th meat de
partment of Hayden'a. died yesterday at
hla home, 1 Webster etreet. following
three stroke of paralysta.
He was it years old. and leaves a
wife, three daughters and three broth- , , .
era -Mneral .mi -nil K v., . Old aigtlh clP t OT Cl arrival
afternoon at Crosby's chapel, and the
body will be taken to Osceola, la-, for
Jo ha U. labile.
CUT THIS OUT
lVafurv and Head Noiaca.
ren a whole Caacaret any time they act
thoroughly and ar harmless.
GET NEW KIDNEYS!
I The kidneys are the most overworked
: organs of the human body, and w hen
J they fail In their work of fi le tnv o .1
'and throwing o(f the poisons develoveJ
to the system, things bein lo happen.
"ie or tne nrsr warn ngs Is pain or
If you know of some on who I trou
bled with Catarrhal l-ewfm-ss. hed
nni., or ordinikrv catajrti rut out mia stlftneea In the lower i art of ih iae
Jonn L vvntte died baturday aaornlng.loni.ua and hand it lo them and yoj high.y colored urine; loss of api-etl e:
at hU home. $34 South Thirty-fifth afreet '' l" mna of aavlng soin In.lipestion; irntaticn. or even stone in
nee. In k-Bglaml scientists (or a lung
time fast hate rrco-n,vi thai cata. r.i
Is a r..nstHutionai c i and n.ca
sri:y require a coustilutlonal CrMt
ment. Sprays. Inhaler art noe douches nee
Itabte 10 Irritate hc delicate sir pasaagoa
a. ii. 1 t . , I li, it ! , i 1 ii lo the mitUi
j ear which frequenilv means total d&tf-
ai ine ag or s year. Me nail Keen a
resuVnt of Omaha Jr twelv year. He
la survived by a widow ami child. '
Fui-eral servW will be held front the
rhapel of il. K. Purket A Sons, Monday I
morning at 1 o'clock, with burial In
Weet Lawn cemetery.
Mre. nne-h . SMmrtk.
thw n adJer. Th.se symptoms indicate
a cor.dltion that may lead to that dread
ed and fatal malair. Brighf Dikw,
for which mere la aaid to b no cure.
You can ttlrroet rtairlv flnd Im
mediate relief In O'tl.O MKOAI. Har
lera Oil Cansuba. Kor more than !0
years this factious preparath'n haa be. a
sn unfailing reinedv for u.in...
bladder and nrlrary tro-ibl Cet it
i neas. or els the disease is driven down snv dm store. ar1 If It .ri not rtv
Mrs. Sarah Adam Boaworth. 43 year t ln' lr ' toar:a the ius T errnosi tronied ate relief, your ony
. , . . . I wiiie.i km eiuuif a uajmriwB. in
w wimni ivy., rormeny or I .... ,r.r,.,.,i. eiK i. .,.
Onih. dKd in Leiiaitoo a week ago. i lv n the dajno Knallsh climate is a con
acwrdlii4 t word which haa reached'""1""0"1 rtmei t and elotkj proe
ihu en- xh Mn. , ,l'l',,l;l' eflK-aciosa lo suffe ere here
thu cit. h came to Omaha in 1S-. who , ,!no,r mor fTorf,ble Cumjl.a
with her husband, th lat K. P. Koa-1 condition.
wort, and lived her more ' Ikui twoH e ur lion yo druesHet 1 ounce
II Be s ire
you get the rOLD
one other genuine.
year. Th funeral waa held la Lesiagtoo.
Kraak M. Tlllaeaw.
FREMONT. Netv tt. .- Special -Prank
TiUman. tt years old. a reeideat
of IVmI ouunty stm IStS. died at th
home, of hla daughter. Mrs. W. K. 1 Eas
ier, at Hooler. )esterday. Mr. Tillraaa
was a native of Oenmany, coming to
Anerv.-a in SVj.
Mrsu 4 aawt retev.
rrviay e-atng at th ttt. Joseph ao
pltal. sirs. August Pain of P allaoaouih.
dx4 wall being oporatsd ua-sa (or ap
pealed lis. Tii re cauldrea survive her.
laiintrt tivuble atrensrhl. Tas t i
heme anj a 'd to It 4-t o hot wa r
n4 4 ounces of aanulstod sugar:
nr utl dtsoxeL Take ot
ti lesrH nful four t'.ne a i!v. T Is
wi I ..ften bHae outck relief frora l.
treeetrg bead roiees (oreg rv-etn's
Mils. Wei. Thar. Ksk.
tat W-rl- Pie"tt and Bee fcwalrat
Shew. Direct Irroaa IS Weeks ta Cajewr
and KmUi irtwaa ST. T. Wlate Oar,a
To the Women of America
Only a few months ago. the greatest and
most important corset-invention of all time
was placed on salethe new
Its far-reaching and beneficial effects were im
mediately recognized by hundreds of physicians and
sargeoa, by fstbioo writers and byinisUi also by vry inUtligeat
woman who had tb food (ortnn to sea it and test it.
This new corset-invention furnishes the medical
profession with helpful assistance in preventive as
well as curativ trsatmsnt of eartaia female weak see tee; also (ar
bo re important it five all woasea tb mns of SELF-HELP
To make this boon to womankind quickly known,
and to place it speedily within the reach of the great
est number, we hv induced represent tiv stora tbroagnoat this
aouatrr to parti ot pat in a grant trad rvnt dariauf tha irat waak
A "SeMelp" Exposition
Begiuuing Monday, October 4, 1915
the purpose of which is to forcibly bring before
the publio the exclusive merits of this new WON '
During this period every Corset Department
will become, for the time being, a branch of the
NEMO HYGIENIC-FASHION INSTITUTE. Tb tboosaads ol
fraduato and student of this Inatitut wbo ar employed ia saaay
store throughout tb country, as well a tb regular staff of vry
Corset Department, will units ia a treat effort to demonstrate a ad
instruct th woenea ot the United States la tb latest and moot
seieatifio method ot SELF-HELP; and our own staff of Iaatrwcton
will visit, aoriad that wek, aa saaay stores as possible.
These experts will explain the new feature of
this remarkable Corset, how it gives the most health-
ful aatmral support, with deli jbtiul oomiort; bow it fredDelly and
efeotively redooe tba s!aa and also tb weight of tb ignre; bow
it keep tb bealtby wosaaa baaltby, and reliare tboee who ar
They will fit the "Wonderlift" on you, and show
you how to adjust it YOURSELF, so thatit will give
yon iywimetrioal liae and a stylish, faabioaable agar.
It is the Imperative Duty of Every Woman
to get acquainted with this corset, which soon will
be recognized, the world over, as a great blessing to
womankind. Every woman owe this to herself, and to tho wbo
are near and dear to her.
The most important function of tb "Wooderiift" ia to
PREVENT tb ill peculiar to worn bewriag-dowa paiaa,
backaches end so oa. Bat it ha prayed a wooderfal help ia
CURING thee disorder, or at
least ia relieving" tb distressing'
Tb Woodartift Corset, ia
style, workmeaabip, material and
durability, is far superior to most
of th ordinary corsets (haviaf ao
particular feature) sold at the same
prices, Tb benefit of this iarvai
aabl, epoch-makia4 taventioa
the aew Nemo "Wowdertilt"
Corset comes to yoa aw tire ry
FREE OF EXTRA CHARGE.
TO ADJUST BANDLET
Fa unit ee Igsn. wsll em.
Wia4 feet ass eWs. esce
ateasd tonaescr, Sm -S ersa. ss
Sets rt,. Pali domm a er
lst the less. Tie sists iw.
asish wa aewkwsc
Prices, in all sizes, $5.00 and upward.
Tk Aswe HytiicFrnMott Umtitm,. Hmm Ymv City. If. X A.
MAwswstw wvrw r W MTIM"
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ar4e aa --1
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ta TMt tn.Tuklli
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, , - (auj mt etailr i TSraa Oli un s
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I gtiig aUTIZIl jyhXLI.
i.t eieo, hreamiKc away aa 1 1 ( " I Bat m i W a
ir.r I :ri orore as th inflaiinnalio 'a' " klf 1 Irlrilll7ll
t'u'C-eVTa 'thTs w'tvir art.'!!! j W 1 1 1 I I j 1 1 1 1 1 U I M 1 1 1 1
!v upoe ih blood a-J m-i. o j, ai,r- ' Hll',,ialHIUll I X-fl 1
of th esteri and hmm a s ItK ! ill "U ! f " jjiJLri " ITW J
te ma roat. ti"i -.J 1. , Oampaay ef US laelaSla n
r-vvrv rwrson who I as rusrrS SsVer as 1 at law laaal. Mala, SS t
,.... ii (aia treonent a trial Al-.HM siiTata. as t Sioo. Canal
TSs Only R ak 1a Vasotrlli Clrrsii.
rvm. Imcy GIIUil. hnu
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amsi raenasrt. Oin.
Frwss Mai. Gallery. lr;
ast Seals Userst Ssl sa4
t u4 Tie.
If Inspired by ar.aster teaching . .
valuaUe aat In t-.e iif, servue ar.J
Wm vi J iDuiTjq,ai (Kft S Zx W ,t
" The Omaha School of Orchestral Instrument
Inspire th highest pooslbl beauty ef eipreaasoa f eaet
etudeai. Catalog sectt oa reqaewt. Address Patterson B ock.
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