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THE OMAIIA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 14, 1915.
COURT FIXES YALOE
OF II1DDLE FI1IGER
Jv> Eedick Holii that On Die-it
Doe i One-Third of Work Per
formed by Wnol Hand.
COTHRT AJTTIE3 AJTCTETT RULE
The middle fl iifer of MIm Etta
Crottman's right hand, lost while
she wm an employe of the Bamta Dag
company, was worth one-third m
much as the hand Itself, nader Ne
braska'a workmen's compensation
law. Judge Redtck decided. . lie
awarded the girl, who la 18 years
old, a Judgment of f 279.(6, of which
$106 waa for temporary disability
and the remainder for the permanent
In the absence of a sparine provision
In tho liw for payment for a finger,
Juries Redlek resorted to method Imllar
to those Mid to hare been employed by
Solomon, the first Judge who became
"After much reflection t nave deter
mined that tha middle finger doe at
least one-third of tha work accomplished,
ay the whole hand." says tba decision
which Judra Rodlck wrote.
Loss of a band shall be remunerated at
the rate of one-half of the employe's
mm for 171 weeks, according to the
compensation law. By the use of ' a
Pencil and paper and some of the prin
ciples which the Judge learned In boy
hood, he multiplied and divided , aud
added arid subtracted until he bad fixed
the amount of the Judgment
Tba girl csrae to Omaha from Russia,
two yeera age. WhDe she waa employed
by the Bemls Baa; company aa an- oper
ate of a seeing machine a needle pen
etrated ber finger. Ulood poisoning later
followed, which neeeailtated Ha amputa
tion. ' -
Because Mine- Orottmaa refused to ac
cept the service of the company's physi
cian, tha court held she was not en
titled to recover doctor's bills. An alle
gation by tha defense that aha had been
negligent In caring for tha Injury was
held by tha court aa not affecting her
right to recover.
Bride Says Her
- a Loaf of Bread
Mrs. Veda Besanson, a bride, charges
In a dlvoroa petition filed In district court
that Burton Betansen, whom aha married
October t at Fremont, hit her on the
head four daya later with the first loaf
ef bread which she made. This waa aa
act of extreme cruelty, she alleges.
Her husband hurled tha loaf with force,
airs. Besanson complains, and when it
struck her head the contact caused her
to feel pain.
The loaf of bread la not described In
Mrs. Be za neon' a petition, but according
tc attorneys Its weight must be deter
mined to enable a Judge to decide how
much of cruelty there waa In thla act ef
tha husband. If It waa light, delightfully
fluffy and possessed of a orlsp. tender
crust, such aa tha usual bride bakes, any
Injury caused by It undoubtedly would
be mental rather than physical. On the
ether hand, a loaf ef bread aa It U some
times made may be a dangerous weapon,
Mrs. Besanson alleges that aha baa been
a dutiful and obedient wife.
Start on Long Trip
' George C. Flack of Omaha and Harry
B. Coffee of Chadron, college chums and
life long sfrlcnde, atart Monday on a lv.ouo
mile trip, that will consume nine months
to a year. For several davs the two
young men have been figuring their
Itinerary out with the city passenger
agents and steamship agents here, but
W. C. Bock of the Milwaukee haa landed
Mondey Fleck and Coffee will leave
her .for Chicago on the flret leg of
their Journey. From there they will go
to It. Taut and thence to Seattle, Van
couver and Portland. At the last named
place they will begin their Journey by
water, going down to en Francisco and
then to Ixs Angeles. Then they will get
get hack onto the railroad and travel
cross country to New- Orleans. There
they will take steamer and sell for
k'olon. where they will croea to the
I'arlflc coaat and by steamer go to Val
paraiso and thence by rail acroas country
to Buenos Aires. From there thejr will
sail fur New York, stopping at numer
ous points enroute.
While in South America the young men
r.-Hl make numerous trips Into the In
terior, hunting and exploring.
GRAHAM ASKS PERSONAL
i QUESTION OF TEACHER
K. H. Graham, asalstant superintendent
cf public schools, has various experl
rnces In his new work cf Inspection and
supervision of the grade schools of
Greater Omaha. lie haa charge of- the
aer course of study, teachers' meetings
During the last week he Inspected the
room of a teacher at the Caateler school.
He atitgeated tha the school records be
kept In such a manner that they might
be aovessiMe to him at any time.
In a half-Joking manner he aaked the
teacher If she was a good housekeeper,
hie thought having reference to the
"Are you looking for a good houee
kM'T" asked the teacher.
Mr. Orthara la starting a Frmcl pels'
Efficiency club among the principals, tin
a qutallcnalre he haa sent to all prluci
paie thla question Is aaked. "Would you
favor the assistant superintendent at the
tiead i of thla organisation, er some one
leeTT It U understoeg la school clr
that eome of the' principals favb
saa.e om else," although they are not
lalaia- fur publication at thla time.
IZtrrtniermann Forehay, t and It Wall
tret New Tork. are atll offering Iro-
ywriaJ German Government per cent
bernSa. third war loan, but owing to the
decline In the German exchaoee the prtoa
la lower than heretofore, namely, 14.7$
tor each l.duo marks. I'pon a return to
err-.aJ rfe for German eschange the
!rvfit on the principal of a 4 000-mark
aWttd would be e.jual to about 14 per cent
en a Il.'XO American bond, tha exist price
f f the ru.c:pal being jia tslow normal
M l'ij normal rates of exchange for the
gL;r.,i.e the bonds would tuen ykid
iout I ptr ceot Advertisement. ,
Want tho Jefferson
and Lincoln Roads
to Meet at Omaha
Tha Omaha delegation of boosters for
the rooting ef tha Jefferson highway
through Omaha or Nebraska, has gone
to New Orleans to attend the convention
of tha Jerferaon ' Highway association
November IB and 1 when a route la to
be anleeted for thla great north and
south, cross coutry highway. Thoee who
went Friday night from emTie are Ran
dall K. Brown, Robert II. Mantey, and
E. V. Parriah all representing the Com
mercial club, and Clarke Powell repre
senting tha Omaha Automobile club. J.
D. Weaver, secretary of Ak-Bar-Ben, is
another delegate from tha Commercial
club, but he haa been In Houston for a
week, and will gow to New Or loan a from
Houston to attend the meeting with the
Tha Jefferson highway Is to cross the
country from north to south extending
rrom winnepeg. Canada, to New Orleans
on the gulf. Neceseartly It must cross
tha Unco In highway somewhere. The
Juncture of the two great trana-eonti-nental
hlghwaya will be a favored snot
Omaha hopes tha Juncture may be here.
There la a strong null, however, by
business men and booatera In the Missis
sippi valley to draw tha road tight down
the Mississippi valley ail the way across
the country. '
Jardine Figures '
On Better Lights
for tho Corners
The city commissioners are beginning
to consider with some seriousness the
proposition of a better electrlo light street
lighting system for Omaha proper.
. Tha Omaha Electric Light and Power
company has submitted to Commissioner
Jardine a tentative statement, showing
that It would be possible to substitute
IM7 lamps of type C, 400 candle power,
for tha same expense now being paid for
l.JTl area and 13 naming arcs.
The proposed change would result In
lighting PM more Intersection. Of 1,960
Intersections ef the city, l.Jlf are lighted.
The commissioners - have been Im
portuned all year by cttlsens who ask for
more lights. Tha city haa been running
along for a year without a atreet light
ing contract with the electrlo light com
pany. The proposed new form of electrlo lamp
for Omaha streets waa adopted In South
Omaha and costs 13 each per year.
Tour stomach and bowcla need clean
ing out. Dr. King's New Life Pills give
quick relief. Only 8c. All druggists.
JOINS THE Y. M. C A. AT,
SEVENTY YEARS OF AGE
Although 70 yeara of age and a veteran
of tha civil war, 8. B. Jones. K2
Lafayette avenue. Joined the Younel
Men's Christian association during tho
last week's big membership campaign,
and be haa applied to enter a young
men'a gymnaatum class.
Mr. Jones waa tha youngest commis
sioned off Ice to enlist In the Union army
from the state of Vermont. Joining as a,
lieutenant on his eighteenth birthday, In
153. Ha aerved until tha end of the
war, being- wounded In the battle of
Bpottsylvanla Court House, and alae being
engaged in the battles of Cold Harbor.
Petersburg and many there.
He la now commander ef the Loyal
Legion In Nebraska and la employed in
the county treasurer's office. Slaving
alwnya maintained good health by pays
leal culture, ho now aaya ha feela young
enough to enter an association gym
nasium class with men only hair his age,
Anyone Can Stop
Try Htnarfa OaMuui Wafers and Sea
AH Skin Fruptlong Vanish Quickly.
TBIAL FACXAQX MJLZLXO TM.HX.
Whom a face la covered with blotches,
liver Spots, nimnlea. blackhead.
Stuart's Calcium Wafer will act like
eome magical charm. They are natura e
Own Wav ef elaanalnif tha Mrjt
venting It from filling tha surface of
"Happy as a Lark 1 BUa aa Para aa a XaSy
ww aasaag Banana vautane Wafers!"
the body the skin with pimples 'and
little skin eruptions.
The abolishing of all akin dtsnrAara
muat begin with the blood. Lotions,
salves, cosmetic, etc., will do no mate
ria) good. The trouble comes from within
and there the remedy must be applied.
ll you desire quick action and at the
same time a common sense, natural,
harmless blood purifier, then eUu&rt-a
Calcium Wafera la thla remedy.
The correct and beet blood purifier
known to science la Calcium Sulphide.
This great cleanser la contained In proper
quantities in tKnart's 'Calcium Wafers
and that Is why all blood troubles and
skin blemishes rapidly disappear after
Uvsry flrat-claas druggUt In this coun
try carries Stuart's Calcium Wafers.
which are pleasant to take, hamilees.
and may bo obtained for M cents a box.
Mall coupon below today for free trial
Fres Trial Coupon
P. A. Btwart Co., tit Rtoar Bid..
Marshall, aueawi Send me at once, t
return nutil. a fre trial lackase of
bluart'a Ceicluui Waters.
Street t...M..f...i. ..,
City , State
Search for Missing
Heirs is Baffled
An unkind fata seems to he working
against the Interests of Mrs. Edward
Stringer, formerly of Omaha and now a
resident of Madera. Cal.
Major Barker of the health office
chanced to look behind his desk and dis
covered a letter which had fallen Into
the apace between desk and wall. The
letter had been written by Mra. Stringer
two week ago, asking for copies of birth
records of a bby and girl born here June
1. 101, and- May I, loa. respectively, this
Information Being needed fn connection
with proof to claim a fortune left to the
children in England. Mrs. Stringer wrote
that former Information sent to England
had been "submarined"' twloe and she
said she would send tha next records by
The Want Ada In The Bee.
a u.ruiHai nan- f sm
GAIN IN A BOLID t
OAK COLONIAL EXTEN
8IOV TABLE Offered
polished golden oak and
extends to six foot, Has
heefy barrel and four turned
feet Matches chair shows be
low. A regular lit
priced at, only
1tJ Oaah 1.00 a Beat
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-fera SOLID OAK BOX SEAT DINING CHAIR
Polished to rich thado of golden. Quartered
oak panel and top sl&ta. Stout atretehera and
fully braced throughout. Seat upholstered in
high-grade Imporial leather. Matches table
shown ahoy. Bpeeial for thin week fa-fl mr
1 W t hf
1 a a b
' at this low pries
BRARY TABLB. Ctmngly ai
Construeted in Araerloen quarter,
aawed imitation oak Top meas
ures Slx41 Inches. Has four
heavy lees, secret drawer and
magaslne shelf. Beautifully fin-
ianea in goiaen.
price only ....
TSe Oaah TSe
Vtl TKR SAWED
V OAK CHINA CAB
INET m a a witn
three adjustable and
removable ahel res.
Beat glass ends and
carved claw feet,
and finished golden.
Fill up that Taoant
space for Thanks
A KARB VALUE
IN A BOL1D OAK
DRE80ER. Roomy base s
fitted, with three large
drawera, aet off with
wood vulls. The Frenoa
beveled plate mirror meas
ures 11x14 Inchee Usually
sota at iis.su our axcep
see Cash SSa a Neath.
-la ACME OAK HEATER.
Made on colonial lines.
A large atse etove with body
ef the heal pcllaned Wella
vllle steel. v ill burn. wood,
coal or coke. Elaborately
nickel trimmed and guaran
teed In evarv ruML . ",
Mow price only
THIS FINE RO-en.
MACHINE la built
throughout . of Louisiana red
cypreas and corrugated on the
inside. Has speed dasher, which
Insures removal of all dirt Will
not harm the moat delicate gar
ments. This machine cannot be
at the price offered
thla week. Only
rse rsh ra
rated wllh feur
had ta either
TT , "T iTI
rt h bkdT
i i i I i I it
II 1 I LU-AIbe
HEAVY FINE FOR THE
MIS BILLING OF BEER
Local railroad freight officials are get
ting considerable consolation out of let
ters they are receiving from some of the
eastern lines telling what happened to
the Standard Brewing company of
Scran ton. Pa., that mlsbllled a shipment
of beer consigned to. parties In Bing
hamton. N. T.
. Hotleo of tha wrongful billing waa
called to the Interstate Commerce com
mission end that arm of the government
Investigated. Truthfulness of the charges
were proven and the brewing company
was fined 1,000. f
In making the shipment the Standard
Brewing company billed Its shipment at
la, One pounds, whereas It should have
been 46,000. Tha saving In freight
charges to the brewing company was
less than H00.
Read Them Every Day, It Will Pay!
Tha Want Ads In Tha Bee.
.1 -I. . '.'tAlVr rzrzz.
TTSI Solid Oak, 7 hr-Pke 'WrmHmn
Ifbr:. ''I library Suit . lu' 'ft
l l!W I ill J"Ttr- llRsStjl
C.'J.''-' t5- 1 J ,Jtd-:--i , isji .
BBATJTIFULLT MADE ABTIBT1CAUL.lT D ESI ONE D MJSeiON BUITir
zirJ f5.p?r:- wbu,u .h,,ou t hout ok. finiThfl fumj:ITci
lTl. w,n h?r 1-lnch posts, Quarter-sawod oak arnTraat.
0x41 Inches. F'tted with stationarv
fflfm FRE ElB
Cash ll.ee Month.
Catalog Mailed Free
I i I mmmmw'
1 - - inivsrifti iMinsr &.aaui
converted Into a ful-slaed bed and specially
quoted for today, at only
BIVB VXRKIS MARTIN METAL
AlftVftia ll k 1mm flit... a .. .ft
heavy steel una. c.n
gold brooae or w ta
eaaaneL mil a'te
paly. A Very pis n.
but yet attractlva e-
uur low price
BRIEF Cfr Y NEWS
Wedding Blag aUhelm, Jewels.
Lighting Itataree Burgeeo-Oranden,
i atoct Print ft Now Beacon Frees
"Today a Movie Program'' classified
eectlon today. It appears In The Be
EXCLCRIVKLT. Find oat what the va
rious moving picture theaters offer.
For Safety Flret in Life Insurance see
W. H. Indue, general agent Slate Mutual
Life Assurance Co. of Worcester, Mass.,
one of the oldest (71 years) and best com
panies on earth.
Tho State Bank of Osaaha, corner SU
tcenth and Harney, pays FOUR per cent
on time dcoelta and THREE per oen.
on savings accounts. Ail deposits in this
bank are protected by the depositors'
guarantee fi:nd nt the state of Nebraska.
Utile Kcthane Oirl to Hospital
Erma Methane, 6-year-old daughter of
Sheriff McShane, has been removed
from her home st the county Jell to the
City Emergency hospital on account of
Departmeat All Biz a Machines
rrom $15.00 to $150.00.
Wo illustrate here our
"LEADER." A manrel
oua Instrument in every
way. Beautiful ma
hogany, satin walnut or
quartered oak case. All
metal parts heavily
nickel plated. Non-
vibrant motor plays
four records with
one winding. Case
holds 75 records. 800
Needles, four needle
eups. Greatest dol
lar for dollar value
ever offered. Drop I
$3.00 a Month
Tew Br one J JTsesegi ear CmK, Twu
Jfeag Jfate na flni fmrmtnt
; Hartman'a Credit
In addition to tha many wonderful
bargaina offered for this week, we will
give away, absolutely free ef charge,
this Handsomely Loorate4 41-Piece
Dinner Bet. with every purchase of .60
or over, cash or credit
,i)ir'Jr'jr"w''H''l''i'1-ti i i mrfjiT t
(LiL We are offering for tomorow our sbeoltvl ivutlm.f i I i 11
for tomorow our stiAi . I .utAm.ru
one-auotlon Bed Davenport. Frame cooetrueted of
fft.fclM ftftl TV. K.nW mwA ..... ...
ai-re tti . st-ae Month.
E El CATS GRIATEST HOME fUXXUSHEBS.
r I w
- 16 - 10 DOUGLAS ST.
scarlet fever, which she developed this
City Ball Polks to Danes City ha'l
young people will give an entertainment
and dance on Paturday evening, Novem
ber fl. In tha raWIHon of Hansoom park.
Funeral of Kra. Beewaaa Sanday
Mrs. Elian A. Eastman, formerly a real
dent of Dundee, who died in Los Angelea
will be burled Sunday afternoon In For
est Lawn cemetery. The body waa
brought here Friday, and Interment wfll
largest Engine at Fab? The largeet
engine In the exhibit of the Baldwin
Locomotive works at the Ban Francisco
exhibition, which waa awarded the grand
prise, was the Burlington's engine. No.
(tl 10. This is the largest road engine of
the non-articulated type ever built.
eking Two Women Miss Cora Cook
of Webster City, la., haa asked the local
police to look for her sister, Shirley
Cook, or Mra. Shirley Dittua S. N.
Stevens of Mason City la trying to find
mi ii si II I limiiw
I II ft . i D H 1 J. W i .w-
r V j ..II ..ii- a. U . J .1
A BBATJTirULLT MADE GENUINE QUARTER-kiw-SAWKD
OAK DINER, Splendidly finished 15
fumed and matches dlnlaa- table shown mhn-rm .
ana nuirei neiow. nign oaca.
and npnoieterea in the beet grade
or genuine rpanisn isatner. ruiiy
worth 97.SS Our taw price only.
r .1 j at Ami . - '
awe- v x 1 a w amy
ISH LEATHER 137"
SOLID OAK PAR
LOR ROCKEH Finished
golden or fumed. Has
broad back, roomy seat,
and extremely well made
throughout Steel spring
construction below seat
A rery new
1 C 7C
NATION OA8 AND1
COAL, STOVE. Operates
equally well with coal er
gas. Large else oven, four
adjustable burners for gas
ana rour ror coal. Com
plete with hish closet,
not including C
.. - -
BARGAIN IN A HIGH
GRADE VELVET RUO
SUa till ft Newest
oriental aad floral de
aigna. High pile and
made without mltra
seams. Worth lit.
Oar low prlee
I awe Cash see
it JIH fm
IV 'VI fL
SS raah-4 Month f ?Jg ... AL.J
T' l L a at -i'""'!--!" 1 -I -a-t-. V
14-ln. . J
111 a M
Miss Mae etty, who "formerly reelde4
at 22!1 Lerlmore avenue. D. B. Ferrelt
of Fresno, Cal., eeks Itnra Farrell.
Bard P. MUlsr to Xotare "The Val
ley of Teace" will be the subject of a
lecture by Burd F. Miller at Theoso
phlcal hall, suite 701, Bee building, Sun
day evening, at I o'clock, In which tho
possibilities of super-normal develop
ment through the proper utilizing of the
objects of the eeneeg and their .control,
and an ideal to be reached, will be discussed.
POWDER MILL NO. 13
WRECKED BY EXPLOSION
WILMINGTON. Del.. Nov. lJ.-Num-ber
thirteen rolling mill in the Hagley
yard of the Du Pont Powder company's
plant at Rising Sun, three miles west of
this city, blew up last night. No one
was hurt, all the employes being out t
the mill at the time. The cause of the
blast la not known. -
will itay ta reir heme threw rh the rear It jtm
"Let Hartsuw Feather Tovr Heat" Let the
largest home farnlahlae; emnlsatlo tn the
world make TOTJB home m "little eery corner"
this ThankifrlTinic. It doeint make any differ
enee how much yea earn, who yea are, or what
yon want II art man meets every condition,
every vane, every desire. toC ran have a
beaitinillr furnished home for the asking.
Drop Into oar itore TOMORROW and prove
thla for yourself. We wont mako yon bay wo
cant 1 hat wo WOULD like the opportanlty of
showing; yon that we five yea oar eholoo of
tho hlgneet grade, largest stock tn the city to
chooee front at the LOWEST RETAIL PRICES.
May we prove thla statement to year satis
WONDERFUL VALUE IN
. 1 Mm 1 I- . t .
at uiMsire eo-uica lap Ja
cobean - design Extension
Table. With all Quartered
oak top, heavy roped legs,
scroll stretchers, finished
Da D amanAvjA
chair and Buffet
below. Special, only.
SMM Cask aO a Heart a.
t Xyf ela
You Can Pay
But Tou Can't
BEAUT I F XT L T -8IONED
BUrrET. ' Matches table and
chair above, r Baae tnehss
wide, molded top, eano panela.
large renon beveled plate mir
ror ana neavy ros
' W.ee Oask aa.ee a Month
pur reflex rbkisnt :
BURNER. Imnroved 4oublei
system of heating; self-feeding attach
ment, duplex araie: elaboratalv b!..wLi
trimmed Extra else fire pot. 14 Inches rn'
i irnxwi in
luniir, win nasi in re a
rour rooms oomfortabtv.
ayej-THIS ELEOANT TABLE
LAMP Haa heavy birch
mahogany baae, neatly rounded
standard and large 14-lnch silk
shade. Heavily fringed and
coraea edges. Suitable for par-
lor .or bedroom.
would regularly aell for
low price, . while a
small quantity lasts,
aaroo cash aa.ss a Month.
If 1 rf Baeai
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