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'Tim 0MA1IA SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBER
Huge Increase in Gold, Silrer and
Lead Trade in Omaha Dur
riEAT INDUSTRIES SHOW GAIN
The smelting business of Omaha
will show an increase of $12,000,
000 this year over that of last year.
This takes In i-old, silver and lead
The meat packing Industries of
Greater Omaha will show an increase
ot some $8,000,000 over the returns
of last year.
The number of head of live stock
of various kinds shipped Into the
stock yards of Greater Omaha this
year will probably surpasB the num
ber shipped Into Kansas City, ac
cording to present indications.
Thee ere a few observations made thus
far br E. V. Parrlah, manacer of the bu
rin of publlcttr. which bureau la again (
working hard to gather the statistical
data on all tha important wholesale and
manufacturing Intereata of tha city for
tall for Information,
The bureau aont ou tha cards Decem
ber 1 to all the manufacturers and alt tha
Jobbers.' aklim them to make their re
turn lo the bureau aa toon aa poealble
so that the figures ran be made up for
publication on New Teafs dajr.
While of courae all the figurea are not
tn the figures for eleven months are
reliable, and to a fairly accurate degree
the figures for December can by this
tiro be estimated.
"I wish manufacturers and Jobbers
could get in the habit of making these
returns promptly,' said Mr. Ferrtoh. "It
would certainly help us a great deal.
Many of them seem to think theirs can
wait until the last day. That .means that
others are thinking the same thing."
Omaha Is now the grestest lead reducing
renter In the world, acoordlng to tables
Mr. Parrlsh has secured. The gold, silver
and lead smelting of Omaha will make a
total output this year of around 10,000,000,
according to the figures that have al
ready come In.
Woman Right from the Front to
Tell of the Horrors of War
HIGH SCHOOL LITERARY
SOCIETIES GIVE PROGRAM
The first Joint program of the high
ehool literary societies for the year
was held yesterday. The Pleiades, Ath
enian, Lowell, Latin, and Hawthorne so
cieties took part In the program. A
piano selection, "Llast's Hungarian Ftap
odle." was played by Esther Leaf. The
Athenian Debating society held a debate,
The question was, "Resolved, That the
V'nlted Bute Should Prepare for War
with Any Foreign Power." The affirma
tive was taken by Fred Montgomery, the
retve by Cnrdun WcAuIey. Arthur
Ronner song "niow, Blow, Ye Winter
Wind." He waa accompanied by Mr,
A violin solo, "Hejre Katl," was given
by Flora Shukert.
The l-atln society gavo a playlet enti
tled. A Bvhool Hoys Dream." with Sol
loeenb!.itt end Reed Zimmerman in the
li jidliitf rolcfl.
A plr.no solo. "Valse Brilliant," was
given by Cornelia Cockrell. The Haw
thi.rno society gave a playlet entitled
The Case of Baphonia," In whloh the
following took part: Catherine Hodges,
llary Qilnby, Fay Emery, Mildretb
street and Kstella Itceeel.
German Loan Cash
Payments Pour In
BERLIN. Dee. 11. -(Via Wireless to
Feyvll!.)-Cash payments .en the third
German war loan now amount to 10,581,
eno.ono marks (K.MS.SSo.OOO) or H per cent
of the total subscription.
Installment paid with money borrowed
from loan bank have decreased 11,600,001
marks to (79,100,000 marks.
Use The Bee's "Swapper"' column.
ns .Noawl Prise.
CIIRISTIANTA, Norway, Dec. ll.-The
NorweKian Parliament will not award
the Nobel paaia prise thle year, following
tn couim adopted last year when no
award waa made.
Whirling through the war sone In Eat
Prussia In a high powered military motor
car at a speed of seventy miles an hour
over a region strewn with mlnea and but
a ahort time, before evacuated by the
Russians In their retreat. Is but one ot
the many thrilling experiences to be re
lated by Mrs. Jlltila M. Mattiuy of
Davenport. la.. In her Illustrated lecture,
entitled, -My Kxperlences In th War
Zones fr be given In Omaha tomor
row evening at the Omaha Muslcvrreln
hall, Seventeenth and Cass streets.
Mra. Mntthey has the distinction of
being the only American woman privi
leged by the Imperial German govern
ment to travel through the war sones of
East Pruasla and Belgium, and to visit
the trenches clear to the Ilusatan border
snd to pass over all Russian oll now
held by the Germans. Dur.ng this time
Mrs. Matthey was allowed to make min
ute observation of all rhe raw. Phn like
wise vlilted the hospitals, prison camps,
schools for the blind soldiers and various
other Institutions rww playing an Im
portant part In the war. Ehe studied the
economic conditions of the country, wit
nessed the excellent work of the Red
Cross organisations, observed Belgium
under Oerman rule and viewed the ter
rible havoo wrought by ahot and shell.
Alt these observations Mrs. Matthey will
Impart to her Omaha audience.
All facts related In Mrs. Matthey's
lecture will be first-hand Information
brought by her from these two coun
tries after a six months' journey through
them under favored conditions. The lec
ture Is Illustrated by over 100 views taken
by Mra. Matthey during her perilous
Journey through the devastated regions
of Eaat Prussia.
Mrs. Matthey Is one of Iowa's most
brilliant women. Prominent socially she
has always taken an active part in all
matters of a philanthropic and public
nature. Bhe Is a gifted vocalist and a
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Dr. Dernburg Off
On Balkan Mission
LOXDON, Dee. 11 An Amsterdam dis
patch to the Exchange Telegram com
pany, says that Dr. Hernhard Iernburg.
former Oerman colonial recrctary, whn
left the I'nlted Rtates last June, after
spending several months there In, the In
terests of Germany, hns si rived at Vienna
on a political mission. It Is sal.l he will
also visit Rouman a, Greece, Turkey anl
Kilnralnr la Dead,
FULTON'. Mo.. Dec. Il.-Dr. Hubbard
K. HI Mil of Oklahoma City. Okl. former
presblenl ' of Howard I'avno collie at
ravel te. Mo., died hero tminy. lie was
U years of age. '
Germans Take Serb
Town Near Greece
LONDON", Iec. 11. A dlapatch to Reu
ters Telegram company from Salonlkl
"It la reliably reported here that Ger
man forces under General Von Gallwita
occupied Glevgell, on the BAllway line a
ahort distance north of the Greek fron
tier. In Serbia, Friday morning. The
force inrltides two d'viMone."
Apartments, flats, w.uaea and eottages
Can be rented quickly and cheaply by a
Be -For Hent"
.rse Steamer task.
IX1NDON. Dec. ll.-The Norwegian
steamer InKstad has been si:nk. All tht
members of the crew except one, weie
DID YOU SAY
MRS. HILDA M. MATTH
pleasing speaker. Her husband, a
Ing physician and aurgeon of Iowa, has
since the war started been In charge ot
a Red Cross hospital in Munich, and
now Is In charge of one of - the moat
Important military hospitals In East Prus
sia, located at Allcneteln. Her brother,
Alfred C. Mueller, Is mayor of Davenport
CITY PLANNING BOARD
HOLDS FIRST SESSION
The new City Planning commission
met at lunch yesterday ant started their
organisation by electing Gitrgs T. Mor
ton chairman. Although th, affair was
quite Informal, the session was the first
meeting of the new commissioners.
The members agreed to onfer next
week with the city commlsshm for dis
cussion as to the scope of wotH Intended
to be covered.
In addition to Mr. Morton the members
are George Brandels, Everett Bucking
ham, George B. Prlns and Thomas A.
Use The Bee's '"Swapper" column.
TRAIN RUNS INTO HERD
OF DEER NEAR NUGGET
KBMMEROBR, Wyo., Dee. lL-(Rpeclal )
An Oregon Short Line train laat night
ran Into a bunch of twelve deer near
Nugget and killed two of the animals.
The herd appeared dased by the loco
motive headlight and made no attempt to
leave tha track. The animal killed are
a Urge buck and a doe. A few daya ago
a gasoline speeder ran into a herd of
fourteen deer In the same vicinity.
Huge Mounted Guns
Will Defend Coast
WASHINGTON, Dee. ll.-OlganUo
suns mounted on motor trucks or rail.
way cars, probably will be added to the
country's coast defense system aa a re
sult ot experiments now being maae oy
army ordnance experts. It was learned
today that a scheme Is being worked out
contemplating the establishment of mo
bile batteries to protect stretches of coast
line not commanded by the permanent
fortifications built or to be reconstructed
Part of tue iou.ow.ouo expenditure for
ooast defenaes Included In the adminis
tration program may be devoted to this
ARIZONA MAN HANGED'
ON CHARGE OF MURDER
FHOENTX. Arts., Dee. 11. Ramen
Vlllalobos, the first man to undergo capi
tal punishment since Arlsona became a
stale, waa hanged this afternoon.
Vlllalobos was convicted of the murder
of Deputy Sheriff Phtneas Brown of
Hlnsl county In October, 1511 - He
mounted the scaffold unassisted and died
protesting his innocence.
n OODYEAR Tires are not as
low in price as many of the
dose to two hundred brands
made in this country. And yet
Goodyear sales to consumers, as
well as to motor car manufac
turers, are far, far greater than
those of any other brand.
The Goodyear Tire &. Rubber Company
EanpMS war iaMinU lias eaussJ
a ahort ua ti wotlcTs supply of
nuieiiai mmJ w U SBaauiattai
U Tr Tsm.
Tka rolot af Coxiyaw Tims mmy
wiiimMcly b cinr4 fiem VIim
Out supply of ll eaauind autsruJs
imwi ill jtmeAm pottMMk ol our
lle mmm'i output ot twos bsiaa
Then your stomach and digestive
organs must indeed be in a bad
condition, but don't be alarmed.
Loss of appetite is always the
first signal of inward weakness, of a
lazy liver, clogged bowels. It should
be given immediate attention so as
to ward off a more serious illness.
The timely use of
has proven very beneficial as an appetite re
storer, aid to digestion and preventive of
indigestion, heartburn, nausea, biliousness,
constipation, colds, grippe and malaria.
Whoa it Inspire Beaut of Zxpreseloa
Is a Gift Unsurpassed
Omaha School of Orchestral Instruments
BZintT COS, Ire tor,
IS A MASTER SCHOOL
Vosseaaed of the three rreat aeorets of autaleal edaarovr.
fu. .Snuwteo?. th' Pr08 of ,U ,a,th"
Address SOl.a-3-4 Patterson Block.
Hospe Gives 15 Reasons Why It
Should Be Musical Instruments
VIOLINS One-quarter, one-half, three-quarter and
full size Violins, Martin, Duerer, Low
emlahl, Mitenwald, lloichert and many
Stradivarius models, $6 to $350. "
Dows for Violin, Cello and Bass, 50c to
M. Xuves & Sons, the only genuine
Hawaiian Ukulele with case, $10.00,
$12.50 and $15.00.
Violin Cellos with case and bow, $40.00
Hue cases for all instruments.
BASS VIOLINS Thn e-qucrter size, $75.00.
Frank Holton & Co.
Comets, $16.00 to $95.00.
Clarinets, $12.00 to $75.00.
Snare Drums, $16.09 to $35.00.
Bass Drums, $18.00 to $30.00.
Washburn, Burton and Bruno Guitars,
$6.00 to $35.00.
Bruno Banjos, $10.00 to $35.00.
Washburn and Burton Mandolins, com
plete in eases, $6.00 to $50.C0.
ACCORDIANS Italian and Uermair Models, $6 to $30.
MUSIC ROLLS leather and Imitation Leather, 75c to
STRINGS Strings, Bridges and all accessories for
MUSIC BOXES Swiss Music Boxes, 35c to $12.00.
Sheet Music of foreign publication, pop
ular, and books for instructions and
bound volumes for all grades.
See our new ttore front exhibit.
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