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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1915)
T'lK OMAHA SUNDAY HKK: NOV KM HER 21. V.Ho.
REBS STAND HAY
BE ONOliD FIELD
Remaining Armies of Balkan State
Probably Will Face Foes Where
Conquered Yean Ago.
CONDITIOIJS ARE VERY GRAVE
Solving tho Hobo Problem
for Thomas Hayes
funeral service for former Police Lieu
tenant Thomas Hayes Were held Satur
day morning St St. Patrick's church,
Fifteenth and CnMellar streets, inter
ment was In Bt. Mary'a cemetery. The
psllhesrers were M!ke MrCsrthy. Tom
Flynn. Tom Iennlson, K1 Wlohanty,
William Hudson and (Carlos Van Iucn.
The services were attended ny a larue
representation from the department and
a hoat of friends snd acHiualntam-rs.
lieutenant Hayes had served on the
force twenty-five yeans and wss one of
the beat liked men SB the department.
Big Shakeup Coming
in the Police Force
being kept secret. Chief punn and Conv
I mlslonrr Kugel were approached on the
subject, but were noncommittal in their
replies, neither denying nor confirmlnS
A (hskeup of considerable magnitude
Is predicted as about to take place In
police circle. It will affect all depart.r
ments, but the time of the affair la
I CAW DO ro
Apartments, flats, bouses and rottsgat
ran be rented quickly and cheaply by
lice "For Rent"
YOU, Sift ?
:Store floors 8t30 A. M. to 6 P. ML Saturday til 9 P. M"
LONDON, Nov. 20. The position
of the Serbian nrmy and the attitude
of Greece toward the entente powers
re still the outstanding questions of
Interest In Europe. Reliable infor
mation on both situations is so
meager that the public U unable to
Judge what changes, it any, have
It is thought possible that the Ser
bians will make a stand on the his
toric plain of Kossovo, east of the
Montenegrin frontier, where over 500
years ago they lost their independ
ence to Turkey.
They must elthnr do this or retire Into
the mountains of Montenegro or north?
Albania, where, ' although they would
be nearer help from the Adriatic It would
be difficult to keep them supplied, owing
to the absence of roads.
The Austro-Germans on tho north are
now within thirty miles of the Mltroviua
Prlatina Una of the Serbians while the
Bulgarians In the south are said already
to have passed Monastlr.
litre Panned Monantlr.
As to the position of Greece, there have
been no developments, although a more
hopeful feeling prevails in Paris and
London since Denys Cochin's visit to
King Constantino and the Greek mini
sters. There have been lively artillery engage
ments In Alsace and at some other points
on the west. In the east, the Germans
report there is no change in the situation
while Petro grad claims repulses of the
Germans on the Dvlna snd Styr rivers.
The Italians are still hammering away
at the Austrian' positions on the Isonzo,
but while they are gaining a little from
day to day, they have not yet succeeded
in the capture of Gorrizla which has
again been under heavy shell fire for
Art nu If They Owned Plaee.
BERLIN, Nov. 19. (By Wireless to
Tuckerton.) "According to advices from
Constantinople to the Frankfurter
' Zeltung," says the Overseas News
agency, "serious measures are being con-
' sldered In Athens In connection with the
existing situation. It Is declared that
the British and French are behaving at
Salonlkl as if that port were their prop
erty ' and that Insinuations have been
' made regarding the overthrow of the
' "It Is noted that a corps of gendarmes
( stationed in New Greece, a body formed
principally of Cretans, has been openly
agitating In . favor of former Premier
"It is pointed out that a state of siego
ran be proclaimed In all Greece without
the action of Parliament, if a suffie'ent
IK THE GOOD OLD PAYS
--u now out I
3VT NOWADAYS. YE GODSJIiCW TZZSJ EAV CBAMGEP
Hundreds Worth of
i. Jewelry Stolen - Out
Of Woman's Boom
Mrs. Ella Green of the .Woodland
apartments. Thirty-first street and
Pewey avenue, reported to the police that
jewelry and diamonds valued at several
hundred dollars were . stolen from her
The Blake Drug company. .Sixteenth
and Locust, was entered Friday night by
burglars, who bored holes in a rear door,
turned the key on the Inside of the lock
and carried away $100 In cash and stamps,
taken from several strong boxes secreted
in various parts of the store. It is be
lieved some one familiar with the store
accomplished the robber)'. A brace and
bit was found near the rear door.
After breaking through a glass window
of V.' VaCkel & Co.'s establishment, 1302
Garfield street, 11 was taken by burglars.
C. H. Weir 4 Co. 4K8 Cuming street,
was also visited by thieves, who took
That is Annual Sacrifice Required
from Them in This Country
by Child Labor.
TOLD AT MILWAUKEE MEETING
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Not. JO.
More than 2.000,000 -children be
tween the ages of 14 and 16 years
is the annual sacrifice taken by child
labor out of the schools, according
to Miss Anne Davis, director of the
vocational guidance bureau of Chi
cago, addressing the National League
of Compulsory Education officials to
day. Miss Davis urged greater co-operation
between employer and educa
tional officials in touching the rudi
ments of a useful career to pupils
before the children choose a wrong
career. Trade and vocational schools
would solve this problem, she said.
MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS
BANQUET FATHERS AND SONS
The annual banquet for the fathers and
sons of the Sunday school of the First
Methodist church was given - by the
mothers and daughters of the organiza
tion last night. One hundred and
The tables will be turned In the near
future by. the fathers and sons giving
a banquet for the mothers and daugh
ters, the former cooking and serving the
food. Rev. Titus Lowe, pastor of ths
church, and others spoke. Readings and I
musical selections were given. Stereop
tlcon views of the Sundsy services In
Omaha were shown.
HERE IS ANNUAL STORY
OF WILSON TURKEY GIFT
LSPCINGTON. Ky., Nov. 20. A 35-nound
turkey which will grace the thanksgiving
dinner at the White House will bo
shipped to Washington Monday from 1
Lexington as the gift of South Trimble, .
clerk of the national house of represents- :
tlves and former congressman from
the Ashland. Ky., district. . . !
Church Women to
Have Tea Room for
The unique methods for raising money
devised by women of the First Methodist
church last year for the new church fund
will be repated this year. Their latest
venture Is a society tea room, to be
known as the "Tuletido Tearoom,"
which will V opened on the fifth floor
of the Orchard-Wllhelm store, December
L The tea room will be opened between
the hours of 11 a. m. and p. m. each
day, luncheon and tea being served, and
will be maintained until Christmas.
There will be music and every con
venience for the Christmas shopper. .
Mrs. W. F, Mllroy Is president of the
church organization. Mrs. C. M. Wll
helm, Mrs. Charles Offutt and Mrs. A.
D. Peters are arristlng In the work.
Germans Take Five
BERLIN, Nov. . (By Wireless to Say
vllle.) The capture of 6.000 Serbians was
announced by the war bfflce today.
WILLIE H0PPE AND SL0SS0N
NEW YORK. Nov. SO. Willie Hoppe
and George K. Slosson wore the vuecens
ful contestants in today's games of the
handicap 11 balk line billiard tournament.
Hoppe, playing from scratch In the
afternoon game, ran out his five hundred
points in sixteen innings for an average
f 31 -!, while Josepn Mayer E&) was
collecting 1(3, for an average of 10 1V1S.
Hoppe's high score wss 93: Mayer's best
run was is.
Slosson (375) and Kojl Tamada (376) bad
a close contest, Blosson winning by 375 to
64. Their respective averages were 10
S-n and 10 6-36. Tamada had the highest
run of the game, M: Slosson scored 47.
SUPPLY OF LIQUOR IN
LONDON FURTHER CUT OFF
LONDOX4. Nov. X The threatened
enter curtailing the sale of Intoxicants
m greater Loadoa haul been issued.
After Novau-.bat . the trada will be
eon fined, te five and one-balf houra an
week 4T and 1 hours aa Sunday.
Gained Eighteen Pounds
A Cm. IT? "Til
Miner using inree
Bottles Of Peruna
Mrs. Hattle Hamilton. No. 918
Glen Ave., Latonla, Ky., writes: "I
have taken two bottles of Peruna and
commenced on the third one. I did
not really need the third one. but
thought it heat to take another bottle.
have always welched 102 noumls.
but Blnce I began taking Peruna, I
weigh 120, for the first time In all of
my life, and I am now 32 years old.
Your medicine has surely done me a
(treat deal of good, and I have recon
mended it to several others who have
begun taking it. My mother, who Is
76 years old, had grown so weak she
could scarcely walk. She took two
bottles of Peruna and Is fleshier and
Our booklet, telling vou how to Ve
TboM who object to liquid medicine can now procure Peruna Tab-leuia
76 Years Old
Hardly Walk J
U6CU 1 WU . I ' t ;
Is Fleshier llUL
And Looking Well.
The Modern Range is
The Combination Range
without change of parts
The Beckwith Round Oak
Combination Range is a tried
and tested range,
We know what it is and
what it will do and be-
cause we believe in it,
We will install a Round
Oak Combination range
in your home and - let
you try it for 30 days, free of charge.
Then only if satisfactory,' you pay us a small
payment and the balance of the cash price in
A complete line of stoves
Coal Ranges up from $28.00
Oak Heaters up from $ 6.00
Baseburners up from $37.50
Orchard & Wilhelm Co.
414-416-418 South 16th Street,
jHi- in. I
Burgess-Nash Announce the Splendid Preparedness
for the Holiday Season of Their
Department of High-Grade
PL A Y E R - p I AN O
1 I ' 1
'-presenting world-renowned pianos and player-pianos of unquestioned artistic quality.
--and introducing, to Omaha a new klnd f piano business, so different from accustomed methods as
to make Its position, unique In the merchandising of musical Instruments.
4 TI7E CONTROL the exclu
sive representation in
Omaha and vicinity for the " '
Chlckerln Grand Pianos '
. Chickerin; Upright Pianos
Chickerinjr Player "Pianos -
Ohickering Grand Player Pianos
Chiokering Stoddard Amploo ....
Behning Player Pianos
Behning Grand Player Pianos
Behning Upright Pianos
Raines Bros. Grand -Pianos
Haines Bros. Upright Pianos
Haines Bros. Flezotone Player Piano
" Autopiano Player Piano
Antopiano Electrio Player Piano
(Four Camplata Instramants la Ou.)
Brewster Player Pianos
Brewster Upright Pianos
IiEAT betterments often come through the simplest deductions. The elirauia.
J tion of subterfuge, mystery and chance from the dealings between store and
customer cannot help but result in mutual profit to both, whether the commodity
being dealt in is silks, or carpets, or pictures, or pianos, and
The economic methods of a department store this one at least applied to
the buying and selling of pianos, must result to the advantage of the purchaser.
These two logical deductions have, been brought to the point of unequivocal
facts by our own experience in every line of merchandise we have handled up to
Just how our business methods have been, applied, to the piano business is
shown by our adhesion to the following principles:
misleading statements, extrava
gant promises and all "systems''
usual in the piano business are
(4) Every piano is offered under the
broadest possible guarantee and
on the MOST LIBERAL PUR
CHASING TERMS . that can be
(5) Every advantage is given the eus-
tomer at the outset in the matter
of price and benefits.
In other words, this is a piano store founded upon . integrity, upright deal
ing, mutuality and the square, straightforward, above-board business principles,
that have been responsible for the success ot this store in its other branches.
(1) Burgess-Nash methods eliminate all
(2) Pianos are offered on a strictly
one-price basis that price being
the lowest possible price the piano
can be handled for, through the
small margin of profit methods of
(3) The paying of unearned commis
sions, the buying of "influence,"
the purchasing of indorsements.
As an introductory feature for opening the holiday buying season and to befit
tingly acquaint intending purchasers with the completeness and elegance of this
department, we announce
A Quality Sale of
THERE are several kinds of pianos included in this great clearing event..
. Quality pianos that have been taken in exchange as part payment on
('dickering and Behning Player Pianos and new pianos that are discontinued
styles and lines on which we have obtained permission from the manufacturers
to make a special price.
These used pianos are not discarded instruments in any sense. They are ex
cellent pianos that have seen hardly any use at all. This is because they were
given up by people who could not play them, and who exchanged them for player-pianos
the instruments everyone can play.
Others have been used a little" longer, but whether they have been used six
weeks or six months they will be sold wsy below their actual worth.
The following well known makes are included in this big selling event
the names alone guarantee their quality:
H. P. Nelson Stultx and Baner
Harvard A. B. Cameron
. De Bivas & Harris Wurtilaer
You must not let possible prejudice
against "used" pianos prevent you
from attending this great sale.
Before you consider the prices you
must judge the pianos themselves
judge them as you would new instru
ments, by their tone, their action, their
1 These pianos have all been vigor
ously overhauled. Adjusters, timers and
polishers hare made each one praoti
cally a new instrument inaida and out.
Ivers & Pond
Our knowledge and confidence in
them is such that, each one, despite its
bargain price, is sold with the same
guarantee that goes with a new instru
ment. Come as musicians, as piano ex
perts or as shoppers if you will but
come tomorrow if poaeible, or surely on
some day this week without fail.
And remember each instrument is
plainly tagged with the prioe and the
only price for which it can be bought.
""aCVB fTYOOUlrtl OTOStE
Fin hi Hull Co, rwrsLmsVa Stag, ltihmad Ilansey;
$ 4 4 4 k $? 4? ? fr 35
New and Used $
I PIANOS I
Specially Priced for 4
" This Sale
4 Behning $65.00 , .
4t H. P. Nelson $185.00' L
J, Huntington $175.00 T
T Knabs Bros $28500 T
y Segerstrom i $125.00 V
"T DeRiva & Harris $169.00 !
Adam Schaff ..$210.00
Armstrong (new) ......... $105.00 4
M Segerstrom $140.00 T
T Autopiano $115.00 T
j Stults & Bauer t $275.00 ?
V Harvard v. 1190.00 4
4 Packard ..$285.00
J A. B. Cameron $ieo.OO JL
T Sterling .$165.00 T
T Armstrong (new) ......... J205.00 f
Steinman A, Son . $135.00 4'
Brewster (new) $210.00
f Howard ... $125.00 V
M LindeU $75.00 X
T WurUtser (electrio) $175.00 T
T ToettT $165.00 T
y Wilson $180.00
t Weaver $160.00 '
4 Packard $255.00 4-
Haines Bros. (new).. $325.00 1.
A Huntington $185.00 T
J Baxmett (New York) ....... $160.00 J
i Terms to Suit You f
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