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TllE I IKK: OMAHA. SATCRDAV. OCTOBER Ifi. 1015.
THE MAGIC CITY
Toung Lad Almost Loiei Ear by
Falling Beneath Wagon on
DOCTORS MANAGE TO AID HIM
lapln- tnMant death by a hroVcn
Tteck br but a few Inchon, Raymond Mer
rill. yeara of ae, living at Fnrty-nlnth
and H streeta. crawled from beneath a
felt farm wagon, hla left ear rut almost
entirely off. at Forty-aecond and It
streets yesterday afternoon. The (ton
wee groin went on I. tr-et and he
In towed, empty, by R. W. Happ, a
drayman of the Bauth Plde.
Merrill, arcomianted by three other
playmetea. ; i ,'icu. i. '
and Thornaa Jenaon, all llvlne; In that
vicinity, had climbed on the open tongue
by which the accond wagon wit belna
towed. In aome manner Merrill fell from
hid uncertain perch under the wheel.
Officer llerdzlna, on whole beat the
aocldent occurred, wltneieed the fall and
uurriva ro in rceuuw wi iii7 imn
atar. rra. KoenlR and Fnrxe were raced
to the acene In taptarn rriftai car ana
the boy wai taken to the hoapltal. Tlia
ear wa sewed back In place.
K aires In Hnya' Krap.
Two knives In the hand of Jamea Fel
lows, 14-year-old negro atudent of tha
"Weet Bide achool, and another unldentl
fled bor. figured largely In a hoolboy ,
scrap after achool hours yesterday after- j
noon at S o'clock. Charlea Uvlck, one of
tha fighting youngsters, was cut In eev-
oral places about the face by tha colored "
Fallow! wis brought to the police
station by Sergeant 8hehan and Special
Of fleer Zaloudek yesterday afternoon, lie
told tha captain that ho had keen set
on by a whole gang of klda and In de-
fens used a small jackknlfe, slashing;
Urlck with Intent to wound. The ltttlo
colored lad received several severe cut
on tha right hand during tha scuffle.
Deaths amel Fanerala.
Wis funeral of Henry Kaatman, 74-year-old
pioneer, who died at ft. Catherine
hoapltal yesterday, will be held from tha
home at Forty-seventh and V ajtreeta
Sunday afternoon at I o'clock. Rev. It.
Cornish will officiate. Interment will be
In the Oraceland Park cemetery.
Tha funeral nt Mrs. Ida C. Chamnuay,
who died In Aberdeen. 8. IX, thlg week,
will be held. Saturday afternoon at t
o'clock from the Brewer chapel at
Twenty-fourth and M streets. Rev. R. I
Wheelar will officiate. Interment will be
mad In tha Oraceland Park cemetery.
John Earl Bhamblln, aged 4 years, died
yesterday afternoon at the home of hlr
parents at Twenty-sixth and Harrison
streets. The funeral will be held Satur
day afternoon at I o'clock, Interment
being In tha Oraceland Park cemetery.
John M. Yerga, aged 88 years, died at
Ms homo, S301 South Twenty-ntnth street,
Omaha, early thla morning. The funeral
will b held from tha residence Sunday
afternoon at 10 o'clock. Interment will
be mad at Bellevue cemetery.
Whan you buy good goods you never
have any regrets. You can always fin
tha good goods her at Flynn's. This big
stock of Hart. Shaffner Mark'i every
body doe. B tally underwear, Cooper's
Kloeed Krotch underwear, Munslng un
derwear, and numerous other good thlnga
we have to back them up, should Inter
act yW, dear reader. If you let us prlos
them to you, wa know they will Interest
you. Everybody likes the beat when It
don't eoot more. JOHN fLTNN,
With the Bowlers.
The Union Stock Yards Company and
tha Clay Robinson five fought a contest
out on the Brunswick alleys last evening
Which resulted In favor of the commis
sion men by a score of I to 1. Nona of
tha tally ware very high. The scores:
UNION STOCK YARDS CO,
1st M. d.
rower 171 13 If
Lte Young HI
Petals T0 6!2 7l JU
CLAY ROBINSON COMMISSION Co.
Ptark 1? V
Knoskl "4 118
gUailoy U I'1
74S 7t 106 Uit
Maftle City Ooaala.
Office apace for rent In Bee office, 2211
K street Terms reasonable. Well known
isK-atlun. Tel. South 27.
The Red Men will give their first donee
of lie season next Saturday evtnlng at
their hall, IU North Twenty-fourth street,
Tha Oerman-American Pemocratlo clu'o
will hold Its monthly meeting SunUay,
October 7, at o'clock in tlteir club rooms,
ts) North Twenty -fourth street
To secure Independence, practice sim
ple economy have an account with the
' Savings department of the Live Mock
National Bank, South Gmnha.
Phil Kearney post No, 2. Grand Army
of the Republic, will meet at the home of
J. W. trees. Sua North Twenty-third
, a treat Saturday evening. October 14.
Hembera of the ladles' Booster club
JLrte No. 1M. South Hiiio. Fraturnul Order
M( Eagles, are requested to attend the
'funeral of Karl, son of Mr. and Mrs,
. Li.Aj.ibltn. who died yesterday afternoon,
'emorrow afternoon at I o'clock (rum the
- freaidence to the Uraceland 1'ark
But few applications have been made
e enter the propoeed nlsht achool at the
local hurh auhuvl. ruix,rliitendeitt of
Schools K. V. Graff had the matter In
mind, but the ptor showlna" will prob.
atly cause the plan to be lUien-a witn,
rhertff Mutter of Parpy county and Of
fir Poteen of the 8uuth Hu e police sta
tion baaged no lsa than twenty-five fluo
looking gray squirrels yesterday In the
wilds hi fcai-py county ir t-priiigl ld. To
show that they had done the Job, they
brought some of the game to the police
nation and presto ted It to Captain
Carranza Will Come
To the U. S. Border
. UlREPO. Te.. Oct. lS-Venuetlen
Carranza. head of the de facto govern
ment In Mexico, will make a trip to the
border during hla tour of the northern
states of the republic. It waa learned un
WASHINGTON. Oct. 14. Arnold Bhank
11a of ft. Louis, for the last seven years
United Plate coruul general at Mexico
City, today resigned frura the federal
aervlos to accept employment In the
Mexican capital aa Ivgal representative
for an American oil corporation. The
resignation was accepted by Secretary of
. fctate Lanslug to become effective at
rtwal Day's Activities.
BHATTUS. Wash.. Oct. U.-The aa
gloivai convention of the Woman's t'hri
tta TeMiporaiu-e union devoted the final
U of lis convention here chietiy
te eenaldertng methods of campaign
rork fr woman suffrage and prohibi
tion. Miaa alary r'ranuva Aadetson of
j jatoa waa scooted generr I secretary
If tfi 1 wuug peoples btaacb of the
Firo Flies to Light
Homes of Futuro
PIHT.ArBMHIA, Oct. IS.-TMnmlna.
tlon for the homes of the future from
th" luclferoua lubatance carried bv fire
fllre, certain other Iraecta. flan and
animals, was predicted by lr. L'lrlc
lahlgron, pro'eoaor of biology at Trlnee
ton university. In a lecture here tonight
at Franklin Inxtltute. Ills subject we
'Th Production of Electricity by Ani
mals." Ir. Dahlgren said he believes the sub
stances, these Insects, fish and animals
carry Is of an altogether chemical com
position, "once the nature and propor
tions of these chemicals are dleovered,"
he added, "the light extraordinary for
commercial purposes will follow. It wl!i
render 99 percent of rfflclency where the
lights of today can only produce 13 per!
Condition of Francis
Joseph Daily Worse
ROMR (Via Tsris), Oct. IS The Idea
N'sslaonale saya It learns from trust
worthy aourcea that the condition of
woriH Tf,w mind
Joseph Is growing
of the Austrian em
peror, the newspapers lay. Is weakening
and he Is suffering from depression and
has frequent spells of weeping.
Karon Ilurlnn, tha Austro-Hungarlan
foreign minister, when asked by a re
porter of the Vienna Neue Frele lYesse
; concerning the health of tha emperor.
Badly shook lil head, the Idea Naslonale
TorQ HplllTlfl' SnPllQ
To Russia at Cost
NEW YORK. Oct 15 Okasakl, a mem
ber of the Japanenea Parliament, who ar-
rived here today on tha American liner
St. Ixtils from Liverpool, said that Ja
panese ammunition plants and arsenals
are running at full capacity and that a
considerable portion of tha products are
sent to Russia. He said that Japan sells
the war munitions at cost to the Russian
Asks U, S. to Act in
CmCAOO. Oct. lfc-Reeolutlons calling
on tha government of the United States
to use Its Influence In (topping atrocities j
against Armenians In Turkey were
adopted today by delegates attending th
meeting marking tha opening of the lay
men's missionary movement campaign
for Increased Interest In missionary af
fairs. The convention committee of th
movement wa Instructed to frame such
an appeal, which will be sent to President
Cruiser Sunk in Fight
In Gulf of Finland
STOCKHOLM (Via London), Oct. 15
The Aftonbladet's frontier correspondent
saya a naval fight haa occurred near
Porkala, In the gulf of Finland. One
cruiser Is reported to have been sunk and
another heavily damaged.
"Th correspondent adds that a Zep
pelin has raided tha Finnish coast, caus
TWELVE TENTATIVE JURORS
IN BOX TO BE CHALLENGED
NEW TORK. Oct. 15. -Twelve tentative
jurors selected yeaterday In the trial of
William Rockefeller, Iwla Can Led
yard, Edward 11. Robulna and eight other
directors, past and present, of tha New
York, New Haven aV Hartford railroad,
charged with conspiracy under the Sher
man law, took their seats in the jury boa
when court opened today to await tha
possible peremptory challenges.
GREEK AND BULGARS
LONDON, Oct IB. It is openly asserted
In lierlln that a secret treaty exists be
twen Greece, Germany and Ilulgarla,
says the Mornlnc Post Berne corre
spondent Eat Big Meals!
or Bad Stomach
'Tape's Diapepsin" Makes
Weak Stomach Strong1 and
Healthy At Once.
Instantly Stops Sourness,
Gases, Heartburn, Acidity
There woulj not be a case of Indi
gestion or dyspepsia here If readers who
are subject to stomach trouble knew
the tremendous anti-ferment and di
gestive virtue contained In papa's Dia
pepsin. This harmless preparation will
dlgost a heavy meal without the slight
eat fuss or discomfort, and relieve the
sourest, acid stomach In five minutes,
besides overcoming all foul, nauseous
odors from the breath.
Ask your pharmacist to show you the
formula plainly printed on each 60-cent
caae of lape'a iiappaln, then you will
reader underetan.1 why this promptly j
overcomes Indigestion and removes
such symptoms aa heartburn, a feeling '
like a lump of lead In tha stomach, !
belching of gaa and eructatlous of uu '.
digested food, water braali, acidity,
nauaea, headache, bit lout ncss and many ,
other bad symptuuia; and, besides, you
will not need1 laxatives) to keep your '
lmn.ih. 1 1 v . i a , , .1 lnt,H... u. 4 I
If your stomach la sour and full of
gaa or your food doesn't digeat, and
your meals don't seem to fit, wby no
get a tO-oent case from your druggist
and make life worth HvlngT Absolute
relief from stomach misery and perfect
digestion of anything you eat la sure to
folVw five minutes after, and besMea
one cas la sufficient to rid a who's
family of such trouble.
Burely, a harmless. Inexpensive prepa
ration like Iilapepelo, which will always.
Ither at daytime or during night, re
lievo your stomach misery and dlgeet
your meals. Is about aa handy and valu
ahle a thing aa you could have In the
Preii of China Generally Takei a
Stand Against Retaining to
WATCHFUL FOR THE FUTURE
(Correspondence of The Associated Pen.)
TOKIO, Oct. 2.-The polblllty of a
"cc ip d eat" In fhliia. whereby Yuan
Bhl-Kal nould proclnlm Mnvclf emperor.
Is eagerly dlacussed throughout Jnpnn.
The official view as eprcied Is thnt
aa long as any political change la not
accompanied by disorder which en1nn
gera the material Interests of the Ja
panese In China, the government of
Japan la not greatly concerned about
whether China remains a republic or
President Yuan or eomoono tlao be
comes emperor. If disturbances do arise
the policy of the Japanese government
In any case will have to be formulated at
The press Is for the moot part opponed
to a return to a monarchy, believing en
suing disorders would prejudice the In
terests of Japan. On the whole, however,
the feeling la thnt Japan will have no
cause to complain If President Yuan be
comes emperor, Just aa Japan had no
cause to complain when China became a
republic, although protest were Bent to
China owing to damage done to Japaneso
Interests by the revolution.
Mr. Hlokl, the Japanese minister to
Peking who has arrived here on leave.
Is quoted as predicting that the Imperial
regime will be resuscitated. As to the
choice for the new emperor, he finds
that some prefer Emperor Hsuan Tun,
or the descendant of Confucius, while
others favor a scion of the Ming dynasty.
However, the minister thinks that publlo
opinion Is generally hostile to the restor
ation of the Emperor Hsuan Tung be
cause It Is believed that this would restore
Children Hate .
and Castor Oil
Give Fruit Laxative when
cross, bilious, feverish
"California Syrup of Figs"
can't harm tender stom
ach, liver, bowels.
look back at your childhood days.
Remember th "dose" mother Insisted on
castor oil, calomel, cathartics. How
you hated them, how you fought ag&lnat
With our children It's different Mothers
who cling to the old form of physic
simply don't reallie what they do. The
children's revolt Is well-founded. Their
tender ; little "Insides" ara Injured by
If your child's stomach, liver and
bowels need cleansing, give only delicious
"California Syrup of Figs." Its action
la positive, but gentle. . Millions of
mothers keep this harmless "fruit laxa
tive" handy; they know children love to
take It; that it nearer falls to clean the
llvar and bowels and sweeten the etomach,
and that a teaspoonful given today saves
a sick child tomorrow.
Ask your druggist for a 60-cent bottle
of "California Byrup of Figs," which has
full directions for babies, children of all
ages and for grown-ups plainly on each
bottl. Beware of counterfeits sold here.
Bee that It la made by "California Fig
Byrup Company." Refuse anv other kinrt
with contempt. Advertisement
There will be) the customary
Sale on Standard Brands of 5c,
10c, 15c CJjjars at the
4 Sherman & McGonnell
this Saturday, October 16th.
III sQmZl i u urmmj&'L . I '
; Ar; tested v, waa.
I i rv "b'ivH - Si i .. . ' : jr'- lk
TWIN CITY LIMITED
To St. Paul & Minneapolis
Day Train Ltavet Omaha 7:29 A. M.,
Covncil Blafft 7:50 A. M, eni Arrives
St. Paul 7,40 P. M, Minneapolis 8:15 PM
the Influence of the Manchus, to get rid
of which waa the chief object of the
revolution. So fir aa tha Confucian or
Ming nominee are cowperaed, tha Chinese
generally consider them unworthy of
Coming down to Yuan Shl-Kal, Mini
ster Hlokl sahl: "Representative Chinese
express the conviction that not entirely
faultless as his past administration haa
been. President Yuan Fhl-Kal Is the
greatest of Chinese statesmen and exer
cises such ability and Influence as render
him the most eligible candidate for the
throne. To the president's accession to
the throne none of the present high of
ficials of the Peking government can
have any Insuperable objection since they
were officers of the former Imperial gov.
ernment and therefore would be In their
element under an Imperial regime. Some
of the military commandera at first took
exception to the Imperial restoration, but
not after they understood the president's
real Intention." The minister concluded:
"The question Is being officially dis
cussed of the creation In China of a
peerage of five degrees. The opponent
cf monnrrhlsm are particularly watchful
of this since they regard It a a prep
aratory step toward the declaration of
an Imperial rente-ration. As for the diplo
matic corps In Teklng. the general Im
pression Is that they ought to assume a
neutral attitude on the queatlun aa no
TRADC HAWK RCO.
U- .PATENT OPFICg
look for This Label
Top; if you want quality ask for Tip-Top;
if you want pure food ask for Tip-Top.
There's no reason under the sun why you should
not get the best bread in Omaha, because every grocer
can supply you. Demand
TIP-TOP no other bread
can quite take its place.
5c and 10c at Your Grocer
U. P. Steam Baking
1915 Milk Fed Spring Chickens
1915 Forcquarter Lamb ....
Steer Pot Roast 9a
Tig Pork Roast IS Ho
Pig Pork Butts...... 1494c
Young Veal Roast 11 He
Young Veal Chops 14He
Porter House Steak. .... .17 Mo
THE EMPRESS MARKET
Opp. Wool worth 5c and 10c Htoro. JJ3 Bonth 10th St. Tel. D. 2307.
1915 Milk Fed Spring Chiekens
Pig Pork Roast
Pig Pork Butts 14940
Steer Pot Roast Otto
Young Veal Roast 11H
Young Veal Chops ....... 14Hc
Mutton Roast 7 He
Mutton Chops 14Ho
Porter House Steak. .... .17Ha
Salt Pork ....894
8:30 P. M. St. Paul - 7.30 A. M.
5:50 P. M. Minneapolis 8:05 A. N.
foreign power could Justly Interfere with
another's Internal politics."
KILLS TWO WOMEN AND
THEN TAKES OWN LIFE
ST. HELENA, Ore.. Oct. lS.-After
shooting and Instantly killing his di
vorced wife and ber alster. Mm. 8. H.
Todd, here today, W. K. Stout set fire
to hla house and held off City Marshal
I J. Chlttlm by firing three shots at
him. Then with hla last shot he killed
Accompanied by the marshal the two
women went to Stout's house to make a
division of .furniture. Stout Induced the
marshal to remain outslae, saying there
would be no trouble. After Stout com
mitted suicide the marshal entered and
extinguished the fire.
Mrs. Stout was to remarry shortly.
EM PALME AND GUAYMAS
OUATMAS, Mexico, Oct. IS. (By
Radio to San Diego.) Oarrania forces
occupied Ouaymas and Empalme yes
terday, following the evacuation of the
two towna by the Villa troops Tuesday.
Carranxa'a troops now control every port
on the west coast of Mexico except
Eneeneds, a town in lower California,
held by Villa.
Whether you get the best
bread or not depends en
tirely upon yourself. If you
want purity ask for Tip-
Mutton Chops 14 He
Bait Pork 8 94 c
Skinned Hams 14io
Sugar Cured Hams 1194c
Extra lean breakfast Bacon. 18 94c
Sugar Cured Bacon IS 94 c
Fresh Oysters, quart 45c
Skinned Hams 14 94c
Sugar Cured Hams 1194c
Extra lean breakfast Bacon, 1894o
Sugar Cured Bacon 18 94c
Prom 0 to 10 p. m., lamb
Chops . . . .
1610 Harney St.
Phono Douglas 2793
1523 Fanuun fit, Omaha
rhoae Douglas SOO.
Your Unrestricted Choice
of Any Hat in the Store Saturday for
This includes 150 Silk Velvet Dress
Hats, trimmed with Ostrich Plumes or
Flowers, Fancy Feathers, Fur Bands and
Ornaments, values up to $15.00. This is
our most extraordinary special of tho
Street Hats, Large Silk Velvet Shapes,
Small Sailors, Misses' Soft Felt Hats, etc.,
at greatly reduced prices.
On the Seeoal
SKINNER MANUFACTURING CO.
Lmrgumt Afaearonf Factory in Amertom
14U St Jaeksoa Streets. Oauba. Neb. Teleaheae Tyler 15M
In carloads are rolling la fast. NEBRASKA RED RIVER extra good
quality this year. 1 Bu., 60 lbs., ft:ic; In 6-bu. lots, 51c. 2c less If
you bring your own sacks. PECK, 15 lbs., 14t
Watch our prices; we will have several cars of different kinds.
Colorado Alberta Peaches, probably the last this season; while they
last : 4
tJAUtiAU-ni, per cwi. oc; less
Another car Salt:
5 lbs. 6c bag .......8c
6 lbs. 10c bag Bo
14 lbs. 20c bag 13c
Shaker. 10c pkg 7c
Per bbl.. bulk $1.47
Stove pipe, 6-ln., per Joint, 7c
Fire shovels .
Long handles 9c
Open Jap coal bods lOo
Funnel Jap coal hods 20c
WAerever you trade get
The Basket Stores
North Omaha people will probably he pleased to know that Basket
Store No. 34, at 2010 Sherman Ave., will be open soon. ,
Eat It-You'll like it
and it will do you good
The natural food laxative. Being made of
pure, whole wheat, just as Nature grew it, with
a little extra bran added; it is the ideal health,
bread, a gentle, yet effective, laxative. And
remember that it is a natural food, NOT a
Buy It Anywhere, 10c
If your grocer doesn't keep Metzger's Bran
Bread, he will no doubt be glad to get it for you,
because all he need do is phone us and we will
A. Metzger Baking Co.
The Home of the Celebrated
QUAKER and PURITAN Breads
1512 Douglas Street
Cooks in 12 minutes. Tender
and firm. Tastes different and
better. One trial proves it
AO Leading Grocers'
Writ for rwcipe book frt
quantities, per id
Crlsco, $1.00 size 85c
Crisco, 50c size 43c
Crlsco, 25c size 22c
Cheese, best Wisconsin yellow
cream, per lb 19o
Cider, per gallon 24
2 glasses Bo
Vinegar, best cider, per gal
Cracked corn, cwt.. . . . . . .$1.88
Wheat, per cwt.
Shorts, per cwt. ........ .$1.83
Bran, per cwt, ........... $1.10
Oats, per bu. .400
you pay for.
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