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Tlttt BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1915.
DAMP. HH.1. ARTS
ROAST FROM SEARS
; District Court Judge Telli Woman'i
Club Publio Dancing Emporium
ADVOCATES GOOD AMUSEMENT
"You've got to make It easy tor'
', people to be good, and remember,
rou can't reform the whole world,"
; Judge W. O. Sears told members of
; the social science department of the
Woman's club Monday In a talk on
; "The Possibilities of Greater
A return to the old-fashioned
home with Its garden patch, cows,
pigs and chickens homes where a
chapter of the Bible is read every
' day and grace Is said before each
. meal, was advocated by the Judge as
1 the remedy for a great many civic
evils, especially those besetting young
'Good, healthy amusements at low
prices should be provided. Opera as It
Is presented in European cities should
be encouraged here. We have Just as
good local slngets as nine-tenths ot the
opera singers that coma here." .
The judge told of having gone to a
publlo dance hall with a social service
board member. "Rotten!" was the way
he characterised what lie saw there.
"There's nothing wrong with the Vir
ginia reel, money musk or the minuet,
but they weren't dancing those dances.
'Tv heard they dance somewhat sim
ilar in higher class places. If that Is
true, you can't blame, the clerk or wait
ress. But those young people were
there because nothing else attracted
them to go elsewhere. I heard, too, that
a police officer ran that dance hall.
Hasty marriages was another evil
emphasised by the Judge. "People are so
foolish. They take less care in choos
ing a life partner than a person would
In buying a horse," he said.
Old bachelors and old maids who are
always complaining against barking dogs
and crowing roosters because it Inter
feres with quietude were also scored by
the Judge, in passing. "Pretty soon they
object because babies cry," he asserted.
"Nobody is happy unless they live ra
tional and normal Uvea."
"You've got to get all the influences
for good focused together In order that
evil Influences, which are better or
ganised, shall not get the upper hand,"
warned the judge.
NEAT ALIBI FAILS TO
WORK WHEN COP APPEARS
LAW MUST BE CHANGED TO
CARE FOR PACKING HOUSES
Health Commissioner Connell has dis
covered that all of the packing houses
of the South 8'de are operating In viola
tion of the law which prohibits slaugh
tering within the city limits.
The recent merger extended the opera
tion of the Omaha ordinances to the
The ordinance regulating slaughter
houses will be amended by exempting the
district west of Twenty-fourth street and
south of (1 street, which embraces what
Is now known as the packing house
OMAHA WORKERS HELP
OUT CHICAGO STRIKERS
A number of Jew ish workers of Omaha
held a package party at the socialists'
headquarters Sunday afternoon and raised
$43, which was sent to the garment work
ers in Chicago, who are out on strike.
The sum was sent to the treasurer of the
striking fund, and was accompanied by
a word of sympathy, the hope being ex
pressed that the striking garment work
ers would hold out until their demands.
Increased wages and more regular hours
Julia and May T.itvoy, 2 lyarlmore av
enue, have left for a month's visit with
relative at New Orleans.
Thomas McDonald of Alexandria, Neb.,
has- lolned the I'nlted Mates naval re
serve at the local recruiting station.
Merle H. Howard, a foot boll hero of
the Omaha High school In 1906-07. Is
now located at Nlles, Mich., where he is
sales manager of the Kawncer Manufac
Held Up Twice at
Same Location by
the Same Bandits
Ie R Holt of 218 North Nineteenth
street was held up twice within two
hours Monday evening at KUhtecnth and
Capitol avenue by two men.
At 9 o'clock he was stopped and com
manded to stand still, the command be
ing accompanied by two revolvers held
close to his head. Ho stood still while
searched. He had no money. Then he
returned downtown and about 11 o'clock
tried to return home by the same route,
being stopped again by the same men In
similar mannr-. On the second occasion
he had no money.
He was told to have money In his purse
the next time, but he decided to proceed
to his bed and board, thinking that the
Jinx was working overtime for him.
FUNERAL OF JOHN DALE
HELD THIS AFTERNOON
The funeral of John Hale will be held
this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Hans
corn Park Methodist church, Georgia and
Woolworth avenues, which Mr. and Mrs.
Hale founded In 1888.
From 12 o'clock until the time of the
funeral service, tho body will lie In state
at In tho church. After the service, the
body will be taken to Kankakee, 111.,
where the Pale family lived prior to 1885,
and will be burled there Thursday or Fri
day. Mr. Hale's five sons and his grandson
by marriage, W. Rlghter Wood, will act
Fred J. Timm, 2462 South Fourteenth
street, charged with the theft of a val
vablo pin from Ed Bogaci. 2008 South
Twenty-sixth street, was arraigned In po-
Z lice court charged with the theft.
"1 never saw me man a im, irirca
- Tlmm again and again In a most con-
" - . II. nnnj
vinciiiir manner. ne wua iuoaiiib
progress when Sergeant Russell came Into
was taken from Tlmm's person when
CaiVIICU V. v.U b&wuaa. ....... n saw aa
parently on the verge ot changing bis
story when Judge Foster ordered him
Z back to the bullpen after a lecture on the
evils of perjury.
RAILROADS REPORT COLD
: WEATHER OVER NEBRASKA
while they are not looking forward to
a a hard winter with a heavy fall of snow,
" railroad officials have put their snow
plows and ell other snow bucking ap
" paratus through the shops, so as to have
Z it in first class condition for use in the
.. event it is needed.
Alontr all lines of road In Nebraska
section crews are busy putting the tracks
Z In the best of condition for winter, level
ing up the rails and placing new ties
where needed. This work will be fin-
WAV,, laaa, qiwuuu ivm. T. 11 It k I
time the crews will be reduced to tho
winter normal. This will mean a foreman
and two or three men to the crew.
Indigestion May Be
Due to Constipation
Neglect of Important Function,
May Seriously Impair
There aro many people who believe
they suffer from indigestion when their
discomfort really is due to a constipated
Bloat, with its attendant mental de
pression, sick-headache, the belching of
sour stomach gases, etc., are frequently
due to Inaction of the bowels. Relieve
the congestion and the troublo uxually
disappears. The use of cathartics and
purgatives should bo avoided, however;
these shock the system unnecessarily
and, at best, their effect is but tempo
rary. A mild laxative is far preferable.
The compound of simple laxative herbs
known as Pr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
and sold In drug stores for fifty cents a
bottle. Is hlghy recommended. Mr.
BenJ. Bassln, 360 Madison 8t., Gary, Ind.,
thinks Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin a won
derful medicine; for four years he had a
severe case of indigestion and constipa
tion before trying Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin, which he Is glad to recommend
to all who suffer with stomach and bowel
A bottle of Hr. Caldwell's Syrup rep
sln should be In every home for use
when occasion arises. A trial bottle,
free of charge, can be obtained by writ
ing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 Washing
ton St., Montlcello, III.
VAG CANT FIND WAY OUT
OF TOWN: GOES TO JAIL
Pete Hanlon of St. Paul was brought
before Judge Foster Monday morning on
with the proviso that he leave town lm-
mediately. The next morning his smiling
. countenance beamed before the lowering
' brows of Judge Foster. "I thought I told
- you to get out of town," hurled Foster
r in his most ferocious tone.
"I tried and tried and tried. Judge," an-
- swered Hanlon sweetly, "but I lost my
I way and cams back."
"Well, you won't get lost for the next
ten days. Put him back," finished the
Grip Is something of a Joke to those
r who have never had it, but when they
get it they become dead to all sense of
humor. No disease was ever more ap-
,. proprlately named because grip takes
' bold of the entire system. To get rid
. fir it r n arm m imri n ins i r no-h t-j r v n
and carefully observe the directions with
ach bottles. This remedy is highly
recommended by those who bave used It
Z and know its real value. Obtainable
- everywhere. Advertisement.
I SUES FOR PERMISSION TO
SELL TRACTSON THE CARS
Attllla Randolph, believing that he
should have the right to distribute copies
I of the "Bible Students' Monthly" on
r street cars, in spite of the objections ot
- conductors, has brought an Injunction
- suit In district court to determine his
JL rights. Pending a hearing, a temporary
I restraining order permits htm to give
away the tracts to passengers without
Eatlre as Stable
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