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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1915)
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BRIEF CITY NEWS
Wedding SUnga Sdholm, Jewel ei.
I X.lglag rtxtaree Purgeaa-Orandea.
j Kara Boot Prlat ItNow Ptteon Prnm.
ee 1. H. Dumont A Co., Keellne HIdg.
Joha V, Baldwla moved hla law office
to room 808. Keellne building. Telephone
Boaunag Sal The Ladles' associa
tion of St. Mnry'a Avenue Congregational
church will hold a rummage sal at 135
Vinton street Thursday.
Today's Km rrogram" c!aslftd
section today. It appears In The Bee
KXCLX'SIVBLT. rind out what the
rlous moving picture theater offer.
tlmmirnia to Xdnooln Chief Quar
termaster Zimmerman has gone to take
charge of the branch navy recruiting of
fice at Lincoln, relieving Bo' sun's Mate
Dixon, who will return to Omaha.
Irene Loss gas- Irene Harris. 408
South Twenty-fourth street, arrested on
a charge of Keeping a disorderly hrtu e.
forfeited $25 cash bonds by her failure to
appear tn police court for a hearing.
Several Inmates forfeited 110 cash bonds.
The attet Baak of Omaha, corner Six
teenth and Harney. Pays FOUR per cent
on time deposits and THREE per rent
on savings accounts. All depoalts In this
bank are protected by the depositors'
"guarantee fund of the state of Nebraska.
Vlaoed trader Beads Charles Peter
son, charged with non-support of his w fe
and child, was brought beta e Judge
Foster and placed under ti&O bonds. It
was testified that Peterson has contri
buted $50 to their support In the last
Blase 1m Cleveland Soma Fl re did
everal hundred dollars worth of damage
to the home of Mrs. E. E. Cleveland, 2M4
Davenport street. Mra. Cleveland wa
ironing when she smelled smoke emanat
ing from the basement, and Investigating
found the place In flames, which had
crept to the first floor in the library.
Tbo department was called and extin
guished the fire In short order.
atax rromkln does Xsst Max Fromkln
of the Burlington passenger department
has gone on an extended trip through the
cast. Mr. Fromkln will visit New Tork.
Boston and New Haven. Conn. In New
Haven he will be the guest of the B'nal
Am! club, which has a chapter In this
city, of which he Is president, and will
attend their annual meeting at the Hotel
Oneco. It Is expected that Mr. Fromkln
will return with charters for B'nal Ami
clubs In Sioux City, Dei Moines and Chicago.
nviif nitr. ph
Chief of Police Dunn filed with the city
council charge against Sergeant William
O. Ruasoll and Patrolman George Oosa,
the Information atatlng that these mem
ber of the polio department used un
necessary violence) while making an ar
rest. The chief also filed charges against
George J. Emery and Walter O. Nichols
for alleged neglect to pay debts con
tracted while In the service of the police
The council announced that hearings
In all of these cases will be held Thurs
day morning at 10 o'clock.
Arraign Art Hauser
for Murder Today
Arthur Hauser will be arraigned In
polio court on a charge of murder this
; morning, according to Chief of
Detective Maloney. Hauser, it Is as
serted, hu agreed to waive preliminary
examination, so the curious who have
been anticipating this opportunity to aee
I him will be disappointed.
A f - a ia m m M a. m ai aa by ess
I KFI I IIM IMPKIlVr MeN I
A meeting of the Kellom Improvement
club will be held at the Kellom school
Wednesday evening at ( o'clock. Cltlsens
of the Kellom, Dong. Cass, Webster and
Lake school districts are invited to at
tend. Reports of committees on side
walks and lighting will be given, a con
stitution will be considered and per
manent officers will be elected.
A das In athletic for business men
ever 19 year of age ha been organised
and will meet at 8:80 on Tuesday nights
The chorus and orchestra will meet
CITY RENTS AUDITORIUM
FOR CHARITYBALL FOR $50
Mesdaraes S. Ravtts, M. Tatle and I.
Weinberg, representing the ladles' Israel
Aid society, prevailed upon the city com
missioners to grant use of the Auditorium
for a charity ball to be given in February
ai rental cost of. $50. The women ex
plained the ball will be for the benefit of
the Jewish Old People's home.
UNCLE SAM PUTS INDIAN
LAND ON AUCTION BLOCK
The government will go Into the auc-
Ion business at the Shoshone Indian
agency, formerly Fort Washakie, Wyo.,
December 10. Some 18,44 acres of In
dian land will be auctioned. The land
has been appraised at SIS per acre, ao
consequently no bid for lea than this
sum will be considered.
LEXINGTON MAN ALSO WINS
AT THE BIGJCHICKEN SHOW
J. A. Temple, vice president of the
First National bank of Lexington. Neb.,
won first cock, first hen and first pullet
ta the Columbian Wyandottes' class.
This award was not published In the
list of winners Sunday.
TWO INCHES OF SNOW FALLS
DURING NIGHT AT BELMONT
Belmont Is the only place In Nebraska
from which snow is reported. There
there was a fall of a oouple of Inches
durin; the night Nebraska tempera
tures, acoordlng to the reports to the
railroad, are JO to 8s degrees above sero.
Those who breakfast at o'clock or
later, lunch at 11 and have dinner at
are almost certain to be troubled with
Indigestion. They do not allow time for
one meal to digest befora tkii - ..,..
Net less than five hours should elapse
between meals. If you are troubled
with Indigestion correct your h.i.n.
take Chamberlain's Tablets, and you may
reasonably hope for a quick recovery.
Thee tablets strengthen the stomach and
enable it to perform Its functions natu
rally. Obtainable everywhere. Ad vr-tWement-
SURE TOWIN OUT
H. N. Toilet of Chicago Talks to the
Ad Club Men on the Mental
Law of Sale. ,
TALKS TODAY TO ROT ASIANS
"Persistent, constant reiterated
advertising it necessary for auccesa,"
Harry Newton Tolles of Chicago told
the Omaha Ad club, following the
club's regular noon luncheon yester
day at the Paxton hotel.
"Advertising 1 simply salesman
ship oo paper," ha rontinued, "and la
newspapers, an ad Is equal to a talk
by an expert talesman to a large
crowd of prospective buyers.'
His subject was "The Mental Law
of Sale, aa Applied to Ad Writing."
"Ther are four teps to all sales," ho
declared. "First, the favorable attention
of the prospective customer must be se
cured. Second, his Interest must be
s roused. Then a desire must be created
for your goods. Finally, the determina
tion to purchase must be produced.
"The steps to a sale must be cemented
together by confidence and supported by
satisfaction, with a foundation of the
right quality, quantity and method of
doing business, and a sub-foundation con
sisting of the right kind of employes tn
all branches of the business. ,
"Two-thirds of all business is based on
feeling of one kind or another, espe-
dally when women are customers. A j
footman, office boy or phone girl can I
drive away more business than all the
expert salesmen on earth can secure."
Mr. Tolles used a copy of The Bee to
Illustrate- some of his points. He wilt
make another business talk before the
Rotary club at the Henshaw this noon.
Judge M ungcr Finally Finds a
Word Expressive, at Any Rate
"Mr. Marshal, tell th juror to"
The speaker was United States Judge
T. C. Munger. Me wa seated on the
bench In federal -court. The Juror In a
damage suit against the Union Pacific
railroad were out In th corridor while
th lawyers wrangled and argued over
a point of law. The hour was 8:10 p. m
"Mr. Marshal, tell th Juror to"
i Judge Munger hesitated. Th lawyer
held their breaths. Marshal Flynn stood
upon th order of his going.
Seconds plied on second while Judge
Munger hesitated. He was searching
for a word, preferably a classical word
a word derived from the Latin or Greek.
For Judge Munger Is e purist. HI ro
cabulary haa not been smirched with
slang, argot and colloquialisms.
Still th Judge hesitated, the lawyer
held their breath, Flynn awaited hi
What waa It that the judge wanted the
marshal to tell th Jurors?
The Judge knew precisely. But he
didn't know just exactly how to etpresi
It in the language of elegance.
Now, it ao happened that there was
a little word or expreesoln that haa long
been trying to secure social recognition
In tbe world of words.
Up to date It had not had th "entree"
into our best circles. It was unrecog
nised at the Browning club and decidedly
Omaha Gains Over
in Bank Clearings
A gain of over 819.000,000 In bank clear
ings was made In Omaha during Novem
ber. The total clearings for this month
were 890,958,821.27, while the clearings for
the month of November in 1P14 were 871,-,&5.16.
Butler Says County
Owes City $100,000
City Commissioner Butler submitted to
th oouncll an Itemised statement show
ing that the county owes the city flOt.OM
fcr debts dating back to 1898. One Item
I for meal furnished prisoner from 1898
to 1911 Th committee of the whole will
discuss the matter Monday morning. The
county official contend th city owe th
cuunty an amount which ta In dispute,
but said to be less than half the tndebted
resi. claimed by the city against the
Kennedy Quits and
- vRine Takes Place
The city council accepted the resigna
tion of J. A. C. Kennedy aa member of
the welfare board and confirmed the
appointed of City Attorney Rlne to take
Mr. Kennedy's place.
In a latter to the mayor Mr. Kennedy
expressed thanks for the honor, but ex
plained that bis business will not per
mit him to devote the tiro which should
be given to this important work.
The new board will hold meetings In
the city attorney's office for the present.
AWAKENS TO FIND HIS
HOUSE IS BURNING
At 1:46 a. m. Edgar .Leaverton of 8414
Ohio street, was awakened by a
noise which led him to believe aome
hin in hla home had dropped. An in
vestigation disclosed a fire In a pile of
paper behind a door In the basement. He
..immnnM the fire department and while
the apparatus waa on the way h at
tacked the blase. Mrs. Loaverton ana
the two children were asleep.
INQUIRE INTO SANITY OF
MRS. PAULINE MARFISI
County Insanity commissioners will in
ciuire Saturday Into the mental condition
of Mrs. Paulina Marflst. 285 South Twen
ty-eecond street, Bouth Bide, who shot to
ricth Mrs Joseph Vampola Saturday.
The complaint Is signed by Carl Marflsl,
eon of Mrs. Marflsl.
How To Get Rid of a
A Hente-MaJe Remedy that Will
Da It ekly. Cheap aad
If you have a bad cough or chet cold
which refuse to yield to ordinary reme
die!t et trom 4nT drugxisi r'i ounces
of Tinea (50 cent wortii), pour into a
pint bottle and till th bottle with plain
granulated sugar syrup. fcUrt taking
a teaspoonful every hour or two. In 24
hour your cough will be conquered or
very nearly so. Kven whooping cough is
Kit-Mttj ivuviru in ui way, ,
lh above mixture make a full pint
b luniiT suppiy oi trie nnett cough
syrup that money could buy at a cost
of only 54 cents. Easily prepared in 6
minutes. Full directions with I'inex.
Ihi Pines and Sugar Syrup prepa
ration take right bold of a cough and
gives almost immediate relief, ft loos
en the dry, bourse or tight cough in a
way that is really remarkable. Also
quickly beat the Inflamed membrane
which accompany a painful cough, and
top the formation of phlegm in the
throat and bronchial tube, thus ending
the persistent loose cough. Excellent for
bronchitis, spasmodic croup and winter
cough. Keep perfectly and taste good
children like it.
I'inex ia a special and highly concen
trated compound of genuine Norway pine
extract, rich in guaiaool, wbicb ia ao
healing to the membrane.
, To avoid disappointment, ask your
druggist for "2k ounces of Pinex," do
not accept anything else. A guarantee
of absolute aatisfaction, or money prompt
ly refunded goes with this preparation.
The I'inex Co.. Ft. Wayne. Ind.
MADE to ORDER
$25, MO, $35 ind op.
IF you knew the sav
ing the general ail
and comfort to be had
in the wearing of Nicoll
ma k 9 garment you
would quickly divorce '
vouraelf from the other
NicoM'a Suits are tail
ored with unusual care
in order that they may
retain that air of distinc
tion, which is soon lost
in less perfect clothes.
Sptdal Overcoat mmi
thii week ct $25, $30
W Jerrems' Sons "a
200-211 So. 15th St,
1 POUND CANS 354
fOff LITTLE. BUYCW
3 POUKO CANJ1
rOR BIO 0UTCR5
"persona non grata-' In the sounding
corridors of the University club.
But this expression wa ambitious
"l' a good expression." it said, "I'm
an expressive exprekslon. Folks ought
to use me."
And so it kept looking for an opening.
Right there In the federal court It
founds Its opportunity.
Into the hesitant Judicial mouth hop
ped the little outcast expression, jumped
to the tip of the judicial tongue and. In
that Instant, the judge completed his
"Mr. Marshal, tell the jurors to tlck
Judge Munger smiled slightly, a
though In half apology for using so un
classical an expression. Th lawyer
smiled cheerfully and drew their several
and Individual breath again. The mar
shal smiled discreetly and hastened to
tell the juror to "(tick around."
Th little expression, having secured
admission to the atigtirt federal court,
etperts now to be received In the frown
ing and t'nlverslly clubs and In our
literary, musical and art societies.
GRAIN PRICES GO UP
CENT ON ALL VARIETIES
Although prK-e were a cent highsr on
all kinds of grain, th Omaha market
steadied down and there was but little
fluctuation. Receipts were light, there
being IT tars of wheat, 8 of corn and 14
of oats on aale.
Wheat, depending on grade, sold up to
87 rent: old corn at tt and M and new
r l and M cent per bushel. Oats said
largely at S3 and STH cents per bushel.
B0SSIE FILES CHARGES
AGAINST ELEVEN MILKMEN
City Milk Inspector Claude Posst Is
going to round up a bunch of dairymen
whom he asserts are sailing milk and
cream below standard. Rossis filed
eleven complaints In police court yester
day and th offender will b arraigned
Lobeck is Held in
Omaha by Serious
Illness of Sister
Although most of th Nebraska mem
tier of the two houses of congress have
alreedy gone to Washington for the next
session, Congressman C. O. Lobeck Is
still In Omaha, held by the aerlou Ill
ness of his sister, Mra Mary A. Fried.
he la 78 years of age and for several
month she ha been ao weah relative
and physician extend little hope of her
recovery. Congressman Lobeck haa been
an almoat conatant watcher at her bed
side for severs! days, and pending the
outcome, la not planning to leave Omaha.
Mrs. Fried ta th widow of the late Carl
A. Pried, and live at XU North Nine
tanoylnar rail tsik.
The first dose ef Dr. Cell's Plne-Tsf-Honey
will help you. It kilts the eold
germ. Only o. All druggists. Adver
EVERY THREE MlilUTES
o;:e dies i:i the u. s.
Ths Anti-Tuberculosis Society illus
trates the frightful toll of consumption
by extinguishing a light every three
minutes, and shows that it is the man
or woman, girl of boy, who neglects
colds, whose blood Is impure, who feels
weak and languid, who is the very
one to contract tuberculosis and
cone are immune.
During changing seasons, or after
skkness, blood-quality is most impor
tant, and if you and your family will
take Scott's Emulsion after meals it
will chare your blood with health
ntaiiing richae, quicken circulation,
and strengthen both lung and throat.
8eet's ia free from alcohol easy to
take it cannot harm. Oct a bottle to-day.
gCTXt a aowae. BtoomSeld. N. J. lyu
THE OMAHA BEE
THE HOME PAPEK.
effle Cfirisimas Store for 6vert6ocfy
TI KSDAV, NOV. 80, 1B1JV.
MTOHK XKWH KOK VKINKSIAY.
PHONK, l. 187.
Style, Smartness and Quality
Are Outstanding Features in Our
THE distinctive fashion lines, the splendid
fabric qualities, the superb tailoring and
finish of these suits will impress you the mo
ment you see them. Including values that are
far out of the ordinary. Not a mode ordained
as correct has been omitted in this selection.
There are scores of attractive models possess
ing that individuality and style-character al
ways found in Burgess-Nash ready-to-wear.
The reductions are the most pronounced we
have ever made this early in the season.
Women's Winter SUITS
Lot 1 Up to C1 7C
$19.60 suits, P1.0
Lot 2 $23, $17 7g
$29.50 suits, -pl.O
Lot 3 $29.50, Ann
$35.00 suits, $Oa O
Lot 4 $45 C
suits for POaOU
suits for. . . .
Lot&-$65 1Q Cn
suits for pKJ.DU
Lot 7 Suits that formerly,
sold at $rA r
$85 for SOiaOU
Lot 8 Suits that formerly
sold at $125
and $150 at. . .
A great saving opportunity for the woman or miss who is
discriminating in matters of dress.
These suits were not bought for a sale, but are takon from
our own carefully selected stock.
Barreas-aTaah Co. ooa meet.
An Extraordinary Offering for Wednesday
of New Suit Blouses, at $395
A PURCHASE mads in Mew yoric at a lower man usual price enable us to place oarore you a
notable selection in waist style and waist value. The blouses In (he sale are all new. and fresh,
representing as they do, the moet recent fashions new sleeves, new collars,- nsw lace and Georgette
combination, new tailored Ideas In taffetas and crepe d chines.
In the Lot at $3.95 There WU1 Be
Lace blouses in black and
Georgette crepe and laco com
binations. Embroidered crepe de chine.
Tailored blouses in Pusy
Santa Claus Says,
Chiffon blouses, suit Bhades.
Kadium lace blouses.
Taffeta blouses in' stripes,
satin and Georgette crepe
New "tailor mades" in crepe
EARLY la th. month and early tn
the day, you'll find It much
more convenient, assortments mora
complete, selections can b. mad.
more critically and mora saUafaotor
lly and th. girl "behind the counter"
will appreciate It.
New Blouses Wednesday, at $1.95
We alto place on sale many new waists In Roman stripe, tub silk,
satin atripe, Pussy Willows, and chiffon and lace combinations at 91.90.
Bargee s-XTtsa o -Seooa floor.
This Room Making Sale of RUGS
BRINGS about unusual opportunities for buying rugs or the very beat qualities at big aavlng advan
tages. In spite of the fart that price are advancing we must have room for our Holiday mer
chandisehence the price reductions.
Axminster Rugs, size 27x54 inches, regularly $1.75 for $1.25.
Axminster Rugs, size 36x63 inches, regularly $3.95 for $2.25.
Axminster Rugs, size 4-6x6-6 feet, regularly $8.50 for $4.95.
, Brussels Rugs, size 9x12 feet, regularly $13.50 for $7.50.
Velvet Rugs, size 9x12 feet, regularly $18.60 for $13.50.
Axminster Rugs, size 9x12 feet, regularly $22.00 for M5.95.
Royal Wilton Rugs, 8-3x10-6 feet, regularly $37.50 for $27.50.
Royal Wilton Rugs, 9x12 feet, regularly $45.00 for $33.50.
A Big Group of Sample Lace Curtains in
Basement Wednesday, 19c Each
THEY 'BE the samples from a big manufacturer used in taking
orders, the weaves are Nottingham and filet nets, in a variety
of desirable patterns. The lengths are lj to 1. yards, curtains
that would sell regularly at $1.00 to $1.50 a pair, q
Wednesday, each strip 1 atC
SAMPLE STRIPS OP CURTAINS, 29c
Ieivernets. bobblnettea and marquisettes, lengths 1V4 to i yards,
curtains that would sell to 13.00 a pair, Wednesday, each strip
Bargeee-Vaah Co - asemeat.
DRESSES at 49c
to 14 year, neatly mad. ot
Percale and Galatea, formerly
sold to $1.00, special. 40c.
ChildreaVa Dresses, SOc
I to 14 year, neatly mad. of
Percale and Oalatea. formerly
sold to $1.25, special, 89c.
Bargeee-STash Ce... Baesmeat.
25 to 33 1-3 Per Ct Under
Present Market Prices
This Is but an Indication of th.
splendid saving advantages.
Fancy plaid St. Mary's blankets,
size 66x80 and 70x80, the best
wool blanket to be had at $4.7S
All wool filled fancy plaid blan
kets, sise 66x80 for double beda,
on sal. at $3.9S pair.
White-; ray-tan, large double
bed site, twilled wool finished,
warm blankets, on sale at
nianketa, St .8 9
Heavy fleeced cotton bed blan
kets, plalda, checks, gray and tan,
doubl. bed aire, on aale at' $1.39
IUanketJ About H
Beacon Crib Blank eta. a great
sample lot. In white-pink and blue,
large, medium and small aliea, all
perfect. Have been used aa manu
facturers samples, on sale at about
Vs regular price.
Crib Blankets, 9c
Slie 30x40, outing flannel crib
blankets, pink and blue borders,
on sale at 9c each.
Bar re STasa C. 4Sassat.
Burgesi-Nagh Co. Everybody'! Store 16th and Harney
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