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THE BEE: OMAHA. MONDAY. DECEimER 13. 1915.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
"TomiMid'i for porn Ooods."
Weddlnr BUn-e JB4kolm, Jeweler.
X.lfhUr riitam Burgesa-Orsndsa.
are Knot Prlat It Now Fearon Pros
For rira, Tornado. Automobile. Bur
glary Insurance see J. H. Uumont, Kee
XnTestment Protection Nathan Bern
stein (lately of O. H. 8 ). city aent Nat.
Life In CO. of Vt. 08 Paston Blk. D. 1.
Highwaymen 0t $6 Two masked
highwaymen held up and robbed Frank
Alvey. OT1 Paul street, of l lat nUht
near his home.
Eysas Club Danes The Eyess club will
hold a formal dinner dance t me ilome
hotel next Saturday evening. Dinner will
be served at o'clock.
Bnbber Salesmea t Detroit Fifteen
salesmen of the United mates Rubber
company will go to Detroit over the
Northwestern road Sunday.
"Today' Korte rorram" classified
section today. It appears In The Bee
EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what the va
rious moving picture theaters offer.
Seeks Missing Brother Police have
been aaked by 8am Flflher ot New York
to help him find his brother Ben. aged
3t, from whom he has not heard in twelve
Keep Tour Money and valuables In the
merlran Safe Deposit Vaults, Zib jJou..i
Seventeenth street. Bee building. Boxes
rent tl for three months. Open from
a. m. to p. m.
ler Safety Tlrst in Life Insurance gee
W. H. Indoe, srneral agent, 8tate Mutual
Life Assurance Co., of Worcester, Mas.,
one of the oldest (Tl years) and best
companies on earth.
Sneak Thieves at Work A. D. Sayour.
614 North Sixteenth street, told Chief of
Detectives Maloney that during his ab
sence from his room a sneak thief en
tered, and, after breaking open a trunk,
stole 123) and a gold watch.
Thonf ht it Waa a Murder Police
made a wild run to Twentieth and Pierce
streets last night In answer to a tele
phone call that someone was being held
tip there. Inquiry revealed the fact that
a delirious patient at the Presbyterian
hospital had broken a window and In his
delirium waa shouting for help.
Art Exhibit at Hotel rontenelle Many
visitors have been attracted to the tenui
floor of the Hotel Fontenelle by Miss
Sperling's exhibit of china, water color
and oil paintings. By request, the exhi
bition will also be open to the publlo this
afternoon and continue all week. No ad
mission Is charged.
Jury Fails to Agree The jury which
heard evidence in the suit brought uy
J. H. MHhen, Omaha insurance man,
f against the Mannheim Insurance com
pany for $500 on a policy . covering a
steamer trunk tost in the war tone In
August, 1914. waa unable to agree and
was discharged by District Judge Leslie.
Elliott Holbrook to lecture "The
Hierarchy that Governs Humanity," will
be the subject of a lecture by Elliott
Holbrook at Theosophlcal hall, suite 701,
Bee building, Sunday evening at 8 o'clock.
The lecture la free to the publlo.
The State Baak of Omaha, corner 81s
teenth and Harney. Pays FOUR per cent
oa tin.e deposits and THREE per cent
cn savings accounts. All deposits In this
bank are protected by the depositors
guarantee fund of the state of Nebraska,
lngly light penalty.
Start Move to Build
Monument Here' for
The Old Soldiers
A monument costing $100,009 for the old
soldiers and pioneers will be erected in
Omaha, according to plans tentatively
made yesterday afternoon, when the Sol
diers' Memorial association of the city
of Omaha was formed.
The meeting was held In Memorial hall
and committees were present from the
three Grand Army posts. Sons of Veter
ans, Pioneers and Sons of the American
Revolution. Major R. S. Wilcox waa
elected temporary chairman and 3. V.
January 8 waa set as the date for a
meeting to effect permanent organization
and take definite steps toward realisa
tion of the project. All civio societies
and commercial bodies are asked to send
delegates to that meeting. City and
county officers, newspaper editors arid
others will also be invited.
"The olty can appropriate about $45,000
toward the monument fund by a levy
of a tax of one mlU," said Major Wilcox.
COMMERCE SCHOOL CLUB
Miss Edna Cole, sponsor teacher to the
senior section of the Social Culture club
of the High School of Commerce, enter
tained her Section at the parlors of the
Toung Women's Christian association
The afternoon's entertainment con
sisted of the following program: Violin
and piano duet by Margaretha Engel
lander and Doris Boardman; story, "The
Three Weaver" by Nina Lodge; piano
duet by Sad'e Weiss and Ruth Weeks;
story, 'The Legend of Calthy," by Ruth
Holmes; piano solo by Dorothy Sovlnskt.
Miss Anna Leaf, Omaha's musical
prodigy, also favored the club with sev
eral musical number which were highly
appreciated. Refreshments concluded the
Church to Exhibit
A five-legged cow, which has been at
tracting considerable attention last week
at. the Union Stock yards, has been en
gaged for a day by the Jennings Metb
odtst church, Fifty-first and Hickory
streets. This bovine with the fifth leg
will be exhibited on Monday. December
20, In a tent at the church, the receipts
to go to pay off the Indebtedness.
CORONER'S JURY FINDS
ANGUS SHOT C. A. RUDMAN
A coroner's Jury found that Carl A.
Rudman came to hla death December S
as the result of a gunshot wound In
flicted by Leo Angus at Thlrtenth and
Williams streets. It waa recommended
that Angus be held for further Invest!
Those who breakfast at o'clock or
later, lunch at 13 and have dinner at
are almost certain to be troubled with
Indigestion. They do not allow time for I
one meal to digest before taking another.
Not less than five hours should elapse
between meals. If you are troubled
aith Indigestion correct your habita and
take Chamberlain's Tablets, and you may
reasonably hope for a quick recovery.
Those tablets strengthen the stomach and
enable it tj perform its functions natu
rally. ' Obtainable everywhere. Adver-tlaement
JULIA DOLL IS WON
BY ALICE SPEAR
Contest So Keen The Bee Add An
other, and Giyes Away
THREE MORE FOB THIS WEEK
Well, sir, there were so many In
dustrious little girls gathering pict
ures of dollies from The Bee that we
just had to add another prise
And four beautiful dolls were won
by four happy little girls last week.
"Julia" was won by Alice Spear, 4514
South Nineteenth street, Omaha, with
"Gladys," another bl doll, was
von by Mildred Beindorf, 602 South
Thirteenth street, Omaha., with 2.16T
"Mary." a smaller but Just as beautiful
dolly, was won by Gladys MeUeffln, (10
Houth Thirty-fifth avenue, with 1.717 pict
ures. "Oretchen" was won by Baby Blair,
103 Harney street, with LOSS pictures.
Baby Blair's friends have been saving
pictures for her for several weeks. They
never gave up, and every week they got
more and more until now Baby Blair,
who Is only 10 months old. Is happy with
"Oretchen" for her very own.
Wasted to Help. -fp
in Fremont lives a kind-hearted
little girl by the name of Beatrice Bheare.
She sent in 106 pictures she had collected
and wrote a letter which sad:
"Will you please give thcae coupons to
ome poor little girl whom you think
Santa Claus won't visit and who tried to
save enough, so she won't be disap
pointed." Now, the great lesson In the doll con
test la that the little girls who don't get
discouraged, but Just keep on trying; are
the ones that win dollies, like Baby
Blair and others.
This week Is going to be another big
week. Three more dolls are up for
prises. First Is "Baby" and she's dressed
In the loveliest clothes. She will go to the
little girl under 10, who cuts the most
of "Baby's" pictures from The Bee and
brings them to The Bee office before 4
p. m. next Saturday. The pictures will
l In The Bee every day, morning and
evening. Cut them out and get all the
people you can to save them for you.
That's the way to win.
And the little girl with the second most
pictures will win "Nata," a beautiful
dolly, not quite so big.
And the girl with the third most pict
ures will get another beautiful doll,
So there- Will be lots of chances to get
a dear little dolly for yourself this week.
Get to work right away, and get every
body you can to help you.
Besides the winners the following had
over 100 pictures each:
Blanche Bunson, 1843 7th Ave., Coun
cil Bluffs 724
Geneva Masxie, 1319 8. 6th, Omaha... .621
Eitsaoeth vvnalen. 1114 8. 36th, Omaha.. U
laa ureennurg, 5i xntn Ave., iimiit..j!
Alice Iwlnqulet. 1415 N. 40th. Omaha.. .9)1
Margaret Barr. 1807 Evans. Omaha fcS
Anna Rosenblatt. 1821 Cliloaco. Omaha 197
Josephine Welnert, Wi3 Evans, Omnha 190
Ksttaer Hertnesftn. 77?1 N. Both, Omaha.. 1W
A Room for the Roomer, or a Roomer
for the Room. Bee k Want Ads Do the
demand forTuxedo humi
dor jars was so great that
the supply of many deal
ers was exhausted, and
thousands of people were
disappointed. The safe
plan is to place your order
with your dealer wow. He
will be glad to set your
jar aside for you until
TH 'AMERICAN TOBACCO COUP A NT
TUXEDO IS SOLD IN
MANY CONVENIENT SIZES:
la Glass Humidors, SOe snd 0c la Curved Pocket Tlo.
la Tin Humidors, 40c sud 80c la Moistutt-Prool Pouch,
(raad lalaad Colleg.
Miss Lillian Benjamin, soloist, and
Mine Mae Tenney, planlit. took patt In
a musical recital Friday evening at Polk.
R. J. Slmond. state rollere secretary,
and H. L. lielntman, International sec
retary of the Young Men's Christian as
sociation, visited the college and maUJ
At the meeting of the Ooapel learns
held In Lincoln Friday and Saturday.
Messrs. Ilahn. Coleon, Richards, Hurres.i,
Wood and Kendall Taft. repreeented the
college In the disruaslons.
The men's basket ball team, with Rob
ert Taft, captain and Trof. Morrow,
'iianauer. will nlav the flint tnterenl-
1 slate game next Friday with a team
iirom the et. Paul business college.
! Rev. Mr. Weetenbiirg, temperance sec-
r-tary of the Presbyterian church, spoke
;li chapel Tuenday morning. He gsve hla
dent ion to t ne discussion oi me ques
tion, "What It Is to be a Christian."
Miss Adella Podge, rational secretary
of the Young Women's Christian sssocla
tlon, spent Monday and Tuesday at tho
rolore. meeting the girls and speaking
to them on the general phases of the
The girl s basket ball team, with Mlas
Rethel Watson, captain, and Walter
t-'mlth. manager, will oiav the first In
tercollegiate game next Friday night
wttn tne gins basket bail team of mt.
Paul business college.
Wayne State Normal Motes.
President Conn attended a meeting ot
the Nebraska Schoolmasters' club at
A holiday recess has been announced,
berlnnlng Friday. tVcember 24. Fchool
will resume on January a
O. S. Weever. socretarv of the Norfolk
Commercial cluh, entertained the stu
dents at convocation with vocal selec
tion. Miss Anna Raer and Miss Edith Wlt
wer represented the local orcnniBiitlon In
the Young Women's Christian associa
tion convention held at Fremont.
Miss Josephine Mack, head of the de
partment of expression. Inst Friday
morning gave a reading of "The Man In
the Shadow.". , ....
Prof. W. K Hoyt, head of the depart
ment of physical sclenoe of the l'eru
State Normal school, was a visitor Tues
day. While In Wayne he was the guest
of Prof, and Mrs. I. H. Brttell.
A meeting, of the school men of north
east Nebraska was held st the normal.
len H. II. Hahn rove an address on
definite standards of measurement in
education. A "round table" was con
ducted by Superintendent A. L. Gulliver
of Blonmfleld. A permanent organisa
tion was effected with the following of
ficers: President. V. 8. Conn, Wayne
Htate normal;, vice president. A. II.
Dixon. Tekamah; secretary-treasurer. E.
D. Lundak. Wakefield. Two meetings of
the club will be held during each school
year at Wayne,
Bellevae Cotleae Itmirm.
The college Tottng Women's Christian
association will soil a large lot of Red
Ten Rellevue college students, eight
young women and two young men, at
tended the student volunteer conference
held at Fremont.
Seymour Smith, son of S. Te Smith of
Rlalr. Neb., has been elected to the
board of control both of the Purple and
Gold, the college paper, and ot the Ath
letic association. lie Is the academy
Oeoree White, who was a Bollevue stu
dent twenty-five year ago, and who Is
a brother of Frank White commissioner
of education of the Philippine Inlands,
made a short visit to the college and
At Its annual election meeting, held In
the physics laboratory, the hoard of ath
letto control elected Ralph Martin as
sistant manager of athletics for the year
beginning Pecamber 1. Martin Is also
assistant editor of the Purple and Gold,
and editor of the Indian, the Junior an
nual. In addition to the office of student
manager of athletics,- to which Walter
Racely of Pender. Neh., was elected bv
he athletic hoard of control, he also
holds the position of captain of the base
lir 11 team for next spring. Racely Is
You Can Get the Ideal
C Gift for Every Man
A crystal glass humidor jar containing one pound of
Tuxedo the mildest, most fragrant tobacco. At
every store where tobacco products are sold.
Last Christmas more Jars of Tuxedo were given to men throuch.
out the United States than any other single trade-marked article!
Because Americans are learning to make suitable gifts at Christ
mas time and learning that Tuxedo is the best gift of all for a man.
Tuxedo is the mildest, plcasantcst
pipe tobacco in the world made
absolutely non-biring and delightfully
mellow by the original "Tuxedo
Process" tnat has never been success
Last Christmas the
111 Finn Aveaae, NnYxt
now playing his second year as guard
on the basket ball team and has Just
finished his third season on the foot ball
Yerk Celleae Note.
The first number of the college lec
ture course waa a lecture by A. W.
The annual foot ball (banquet eras held
on Friday evening at -the Presbyterian
A rullnar has been a.lnnted bv the fort
uity limiting the number of oiganiaatlons
to which a student may belong.
A pantomlne representing an automo
bile trip was given and Miss Irene Ham
ilton read very effectively a cutting
from "The Shenherd of the Hills" at
Hecretary Helnsman of the International
committee of the Yoi.n Men'a Christian
association, delivered an address on the
euoiect or tne war In Kurope. Mr. Helns
man spent the summer In Kurope and
spoke of what he had witnessed.
Postal Bank Will
Be Opened Soon in
Permission to open a postal savings
bank In the Burgess-Nash store was re
ceived Saturday by Postmaster Wharton
from the postal authorities at Washing
ton. The new postal bank, which will
make two In Omaha, will open Monday.
January S, lBia
Frank L. Johnson, now at the head of
the substation of the postofflce In the
store, will have supervision of the bank,
which will be operated the same as the
main bank at the postofflce. Deposits
may be made at the branch and certifi
cates will be Issued. 'The certificates
will pay Interest and withdrawals can
be made Just as at the main bank.
'The branch bank Is being established
at the Burgess-Nash." said Postmaster
Wharton, "because of Its proximity to
the great number of people In the office
buildings In that vicinity and to the
thousands of people passing through the
store every day."
Thousands of people take advantage
of the opportunities of the substation of
the United ft a tee postofflce, where
stamps are sold, money orders Issued,
letters registered, as well as parcels
weighed and accepted for parcel post
Booth Your Coxgk an 4 Cold.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey goes right to the
spot. Checks the cough, eases throat,
kills the cold germs. Only SSc. All drug
gists. Advertisement. ,
Fatal to Mechanic
K. Berltnk. 44. blacksmith at Twenty
fourth and Decatur, whose home is at
2134 Blondo, Is dead as the result of a
fraotured skull received Friday after
noon when a horse became frightened at
Twenty-sixth and Blondo and ran away,
throwing htm out.
In falling, Berlink's head struck a tree.
He walked to his home, however, and
apparently felt none the worse for Ms
edvrrMire. la'rr b'c hesd hetmn to
ache and a doctor waa called. It was
then thin Uie fracluro was discovered.
He is survlvsd by his widow and one
small child. The funeral will be held
this afternoon and burial will 'be in
Golden Hill cemetery.
Thil TuxtJ$ Chrittmat Humidor
Jar it tiautifully Jmrattd with htllj,
riibtn and Chriuma tard, and faded
in a handnmt tarttn, fr
tending hy mail tr maun
girt price complete
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VISITORS TELL OF
RelstiYes of Omaha Women Lire in
City Visited by German Air
NO LIGHTS USED IN STREETS
Mrs. Margaret Shepherd and daugh
ters, Lottie and Ethel, arrived yes
terday from Sunderland, Encland, oa
the North Bea, and are at the home
of Mrs. John W. Illnson. 3135 Pratt
street, who is another daughter of
Mrs. Shepherd. Mrs. H. D. Black of
this city also Is a daughter.
The travelers crossed the Atlantic
on the Cameronla, which sailed from
Liverpool on Sunday, November 39.
During the first night out they were
equipped with life belts, and each
bore a numbered tag which Indicated
the life boat they should occupy In
case of emergency. All lights were
out while passing through the danger
Sunderland, a city about the slse of
Omaha, haa been visited by air raiders
during the last few months, although
the town Itself was not struck. A few
miles from Fulwell, a suburb, where the
Shepherds resided, a fair waa struck by
an air bomb and many people were killed.
Police regulations require darkness at
night. Lights in houses must be ob
scured. A neighbor of the Shepherd family waa
fined 13 shillings during the fall for neg
lecting to draw a curtain after night
fall. There are no street lights. Corners
of sidewalks are whitewashed te guide
pedestrians after darkness sets In and
lamp poets and trees along the streets ar
likewise whitened. Automobiles and per
ambulators carry small lights, which are
visible only for a few feet, .mt are of
sufficient brightness to a Voir collisions.
To attend a picture show, for Instance,
one first enters into a darkened passage
way before going Into the auditorium
of the theater. The purpose of all this
is to prevent making the city a target
for the air raiders.
Printed Instructions distributed by the
municipality to householders, state that In
cam of bombardment clt'sena should not
go Into the streets, but should adjust
respirators to their faces to be Immune
from the effects of gas bombs which
are burled from the air. The respirators
are face masks, which contain a solution
known as hypo. Mrs. Shepherd and
daughters say they slept for months with
respirators st their bedside.
Bosah Fell Near Fsuttory,
Lottie Shepherd observed, not long ago,
the flash of a bomb thrown from a Zeppe
lin. The bomb struck three miles from
her home, killing nineteen men In a
factory. In chronicling the news of these
bomb destructions the newspapers do
not give exact locations, the explanation
being given by Miss Shepherd that the
tnemy might make tise of the Informa
tion In making their calculations of flight.
"X suppose you have heard Harry
Lauder aingt" was a question asked.
"Yea,1 replied Lottie Shepherd, "tho
last time he waa In Sunderland he forgot
half a Jar of Jam when he left his lodg
ing, and he walked back front the depot
to get the Jam."
MflbnYniirfhritmfiR f5r!rff Inn Mow
cgln Monthly Payments Next Year
Tor tboee wbe will prnSently fle their snapping before the final rmaa,
TJT rm mmnm a, ni i- taI ,hmnlf rIkCa tfasaa Iul One immense
Holiday stocks are oontplete and pnrehaacs may be
.r&Hnm ttw hmiim . .M.nn.1
reedy meaey supply lasting aad valuable
aey supply lasting aad valuable
year paroaeeeo made VOW aad
win ntia year pnrenaeeo meae now ana oeiiver noiiy goa wu
wherever yea may eeelre. net delay year saopulnf. Make your aelee-
tioma tfa&. V . lata. miKMBlaKt.
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m.uallsi a I ik
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aiss t eraas Tooth
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Sl.SO a weak
linn, nn. rid
Sl.SO a stoats
Diamond La Valllere
solid gold, black
enamel. 1 fine Dia
mond, t real Pearl,
tl.M a Koath
We are showing a
beautiful line of
new La Valllerea
In all the latest
fashionable d e
slgns solid Gold
and rlatlnum, set
with gonulne Dia
monds and Fearle.
Call ot Write for Piastre Us
Catalog Mo. SOS.
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Open Every Night
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' Enjoy the Southland's balmy climate during this coming
winter beautiful beaches, groves of palm trees and everything
that makes for a summer in winter in the semi-tropics.
Ticket on sale daily to AprU 30th with
return limit of June 1st 1916
Only $50.68 for the round trip to Jacksonville, Fla., 37.18
to Havana, Cuba, with corresponding reductions to other points
in the South and Southeast.
Liberal Stopover Privileges
. Connecting service via Rock Island Line
Automatic Block Signal
Finett Modern All-Steel Equipment
A btolute Safety
Superb Dining Car Service
'Ve can't think of any name but BABT (or the doll we are go
lng to give away this tvet-k.
If you girls want to see th prettiest, sweetest baby doll la all
tho world, JUBt come down to The Dee office this week and see
"BABY" you'll be glad you came. Just to look at her.
- Everything about her looks "DABY;" her dress, shoes, hair,
rheeks, mouth, everything Is jubt dear, Innocent, pink BABY.
Weulda't you like to hold her In your arms Just a aee moment?
And think of it she Is going home with one of you next week, to
be AI. L. YOUR OWN. How barpy that little girl will be.
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YOU CAN SEE " BABY"
r sr a. - aVfev (
Wl J S rilsSlSaj ,, ! lisaWafcsstas
m rvti VA M
see Saya. Oar immense
, M,d, with ufl Sellb.
with tn ut make a verv little
rifta. As a speols.1 eoaveaieaee, wa
I in Uim' we Men's
tins, r.aee TwIM B.I
br. 14k anllS eol. tl.
tiriiiiuit nie.as. .niwt
' ft a Month
meat Rlaa. I4h
fS a attmta
Solid Cold Wrist Watch
With Holld Gold Kittlon nracelet
70 jaa $2.50
103-Wrlsi Wat. n Case and Bracelet
are both fine eolld gold. Lever eet-full
nickel Jeweled, either white t9A Ti
or gold dial. Guaranteed. . .
cmsDrr nmxsi tuo a kowtx
Til Heart Charm, solid
r.ld, Roman finish, Q
genuine Diamonds. ..
- Write, phons or call at Rock Iiland Trsrsl Bureau,
.1121 Farnam 6treet, for tickets, reservations, informa
tion. J. S. McNALLY, DMslo Passenger Agent
Phone) Douglas 42S
Maybe, that little girl
' by" wUl Ve rtrsst
Free to the little rlrt.
aader 10 years of ace,
that brtiwrs or mails aa
the larseet a amber of
doll's pictures eat oat of
the Bally and Ruaday
Be Before 4 . m. Satar.
day, Deoenber 18,
Her picture will be in
Tbe Bee every day this
week. Cut them all out
and ask your friends to
save the pictures in
their paper for you, too.
See how many pictures of
"BABY" you can get. and be
sure to turn them In to The
J Bee office before 4 p. m.
Saturday, December Is.
If you don't win this
Pollie, perhaps you can
get one next week.
Only one doll will be
given to any one person.
AT THE BEE OFFICE.
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