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- THE MAGIC CITY
Martin of Republican Club
- Completes Plana - for Big
Bally Saturday Night. ,
LAEGE MEETING EXPECTED
President P. J. Martin of the Soath
Side Republican club completed ar
rangements yesterday afternoon for
he big republican rally to be held
Saturday evening at the Workman
temple. The hall was rented from
the Young Men's Christian associa
tion people after they had obtained
( short-term lease on the building.
A meeting of the executive com
mittee and members of the repub
lican club will be held this evening
at 8 o'clock in The Bee office at 4827
South Twenty-fourth street between
M and N streets.
John L. Kennedy, Tudge A. L. Sut
ton and Ben Baker will all be at the
meeting Saturday evening. The tem
ple hall, it is estimated will seat 1,000
people, and there is every assurance
that it will be filled.
Arrested on Woman's Complaint
As Mike Eggich Of Denison, la.,
stood leaning against a telephone pole
on Twenty-fourth street between M
and N, Officer Dworak, a block
away, was stopped by a woman, who
complained that the man was carry
ing a revolver and once threatened
to kill her. Officer Dworak arrested
Eggich and the woman appeared at
the police station as complaining Wit
ness. :!: . '
The alleged threat, it is said, arose
from a quarrel some time ago between
Eggich and the woman. The woman
is suing for divorce from her husband.
John P. Mertes Dead.
John P. Mertes, 81, pioneer soap
maker of Omaha, died at 3:20 o'clock
this morning at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Charles Reiner, 1318
Z street. South Side. Death was due
from sicknesses of old age. Mertes
had been a resident of Omaha forty
eight years. He is a native of Prus
sia and came to New York in 1865,
Three daughters and one ion sur
vive, these being Mrs. Charles Remer,
South Side; Mrs. George Baust, South
Side; Mrs. Joseph Baust, Los An
geles, Cal., and Nickolas Mertes of
the South Side. . The funeral will be
held Friday morning at St. Agnes
church and will be strictly private.
Interment will be in the Mary Magde-
. ' One Hallowe'en Trick.
One Hallowe'en trick at' lesit South
Side police detected Tuesday even
ing. Officer Knutson attempted sev
eral times to make his hourly calls
from a police box at Thirty-ninth and
Q streets; but for some reason the
station refused to answer. Exasper
ated, he sought a private dwelling
and made hourly calls Ironi there
through the night. Next morning po
lice investigated and found the tele
phone wires to be cut in two places.
Briggi Gets Ducks. -
A party of hunters headed by Cap
tain of Police John Brings, and in
cluding Johnny Boyle, Bernie Lsrkin
and Frank Dworak, returned Tuesday
from the Black- Hills country, among
the lakes of Garden county. Ducks
were very plentiful in this region, the
hunters reported. Briggs shot his
limit in a single afternoon and others
of the party did the same, "
All members of the Briggs' shift
of the local police corps received one
r two ducks frcVn their captain. In
t single afternoon he totaled fifty-
levcn birds. - ' '
. Foot Ball Squad Crippled
Coach Patton is coaching his squad
the limit every afternoon this week
in anticipation of the Commercial
South High game at Luxus park Fri
day afternoon. Both Jimmie Nestpr,
fullback, and U Lonnor. tackle, are
absent from the line, which cripples
the team immensely! On top of this
students say the squad is not in fight
ing form and a defeat would not be a
Harold Hunter. Joe Dworak, Jim
mie Etter and Wayne Emigh are
working in the back held, while Cur
tis, big guard, has been shifted to
O'Connor's vacated place at tackle,
. Cooper Held by Police.
C. H. Cooper was brought into po
lice court this morning chargeawitn
the theft of $60 from the person of
Charles Erne, 2507 E street, the lar
ceny said to have taken place on Sep
tember 28. Matilda Neuman of 2507
E street also appeared as complain
ing witness. Judge Reed continued
the case until November 4. :
(talk CM? M 4
Two hundred etockmen will make the
trip from Lincoln Saturday In a epeclal
train. Manager of (ha epeotel report that
thin number novo ' lnlOeii their Intention
oC maklnff tho . trip. They aro maklnf
iho annual trip to the'atoek farm and In
cidentally to fee the Amee game.
mends of Bryan Nixon, eretwhllo famoue
athlete at tho Sotltb High arhool, have re-
Reived letter from him where he la work
tng en a farm In tho Black Hlllo. Nlok
!s accumulating tnuerte for an onslaught
on the slate unlveratty athletic field neat
'all. . ..
A total of SSOt was reported collected frotn
the publlo by worker In the Intereet f
tho Lithuanian war uflererers' fun. Father
Joneitaa of tho. local Lithuanian eliurrb,
had charge of the collection. Pretty glrla
sold fiowero online etreeu of Ureater
Omaha all day yeetorday.
. ,Mlke Egfk-h. transient, arreeted yeetorday
en a charge of carrying- concealed weapone,
wee held for Inveetlgatlon thle morning by
Judge Reed, when the trial came up In
the morning routine of police cou.nl. A
woman appeared to charge that he threat
ened her life.
Complete election returns from the South
Side win he hod on tho morning after
election at the local office of Tho Bee, at
MIT South Twenty-fourth otreet Carriers
are being dtepetrhed to mil -of the local
preelncta to receive ft ret report 'of the
progroao of tho voting. t r
Tho leeond trauo .of. the Teeter, tho to
tal High School paper, wee leeued to the.
etudeat Monday.. Principal Huwaldt and
other, commenting on the paper, rofar
.e It aa one of tho beet yet printed In the
echool printing nepartmenu
The "Shielding ehadow," a new serial pho
to, I becoming one -of the -moot popular
of local eerlal picture. The etory li printed
every Sunday la The Bee and top picture
o Being anown at uio o.n, i
Krone my raejulroa aomo courage, ordinary
enermr and the capacity of ordinary brain
The Household Bipen book, leeued by the
eavlng department of tho Live Stock Na
tional bank, South Omaha, ehowo an oaeler
nay ta practice economy. Aek tor It.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
This is not only one of the best
and most efficient medicines for
coughs, colds and croup, but is also
pleasant and sate to take, which is un
portant when medicine must be -guicn
to children. Many mothers have given!
it their- unqualified endorsement.
Advertisement. . t
Those Pesky Interrogations
Keep Following Him Around
-Omaha's Bohemian daily relates an
interesting, though accidental, inter
view between SenatorTTitchcock and
the editor of that paper which took
place last Tuesdayafternoon. The ac
count of it, as translated from Bohe
mian, is as follows:
The senator called upon one of
Omaha's prominent business men, and
whom should he come upon but Vac
Buresh, publisher of the Bohemian
Daily .Pokrok. Mr. Buresh was one
of the signers of a letter sent to the
Bohemian-Americans in the state call
ing attention to Senator Hitchcock's
un-American and nn-neutral stand
when he sought to impose an embargo
on the exportation of arms, even after
the president and tne state depart
ment declared that such an embargo
would violate true neutrality.
On account of this-action of Bu
resh the senator has not a very tender
spot in his heart for him. Conse
quently there took place the follow-
more or less heated dialogue:
enator Hitchcock (heatedly): "Bu
resh. why did you attack me so vi
ciously in that letter? I notice that
you were one of the signers of it."
Buresh (in his calm ana drawling
manner): I not only signed the let
ter, but wrote most of it; but you are
mistaken when you say that I at
tacked you. I have said nothing
against you personally ;-I simply
wanted to point out that your act in
trying to force an embargo on arms
was un-American, un-neutral and fa
voring one class of citizens as against
the-other. ihat was all. In that let
ter the Bohemian voters ire asked to
Government Authorities Plan
Big Ocean-Carrying Com
pany for Peace Days.
AN AMBITIOUS PROGRAM
(Correspondent: of ho Associated Rre.)
Havre. France, Sept. 20. Ths Bcli
gian authorities here are going ahead
with the formation of an extensive,
government shipping organization,
known as the Royal Belgian Lloyd,
which they expect to take rank with
the orinciual ocean-carrying organiza
tions now in existence. Of the $20,000,-
UUU capital, ail ot wnicn nas oeen
paid in, the Belgian government has
subscribed $15,000,000 and h4s guaran
teed the payment of the bonds on the
Already thirty-nine steamers have
been acquired and an ambitious pro
gram of buying and building is laid
out for the next five years, notwith
standing that Belgium is supposed to
be at present prostrate under German
The Belgian organization a some
thing like the new American ship
ping measure.. Each is a measure for
develooinar the merchant marine of
the country, and each has the principle
oi.prraie operation oi tne, snips, witn
government surveilance over the ad
ministration. If the measure had
gone before the Belgian parliament
there 'would probably have been a
long debate, as there was in the Amer
ican congress. ' But witn tne Belgian
parliament scttts-red, the Belgian ex
ecutive authorities took the -more
expeditious means of issuing a decree
which fully constitutes the shipping
concern and establishes all the main
details of organization.
The need of shins to bring Ameri
can relief supplies was the immediate
cause for the formation of the Bel-
?:ian company, although once formed
or this purpose it has now taken
on much larger dimensions as one of
Belgian weapon's in the economic and
trade struggles growing out of the
With the great Belgian shipping
port of Antwerp occupied by the Ger
mans, the headquarters ot tne new
company had to be at the little port
of La Parme on the short stretch of
sea front still held by the -Belgian
army .lying west of the Yser river.
The organizers have been Bl-
aian refugees in London and Fans,
who had formerly been the chief bank
ers and shipping merchants ot Ant
werp. Iheae were Artnur l. rjyrs.
Henry M. uyesen, Atnana unser,
Emile Deckers and John Schobbens,
former shipping, merchants of Ant
werp, now living in a-onaoit aim
Hector Carlier and Henri Borgers,
former Antwerp bankers, now living
in London- and fans.. . .. , -
The government decree, confirming
the act of organization, makes the
concern Belgian in every respect "and
shall remain essentially Belgian. -All
the officers mid directors must be Bel
gians. Contracts are prohibited which
would permit the concern to pass into
foreign hands, or be controlled by
foreigners. No stockholder can 'vote
as the representative of a foreigner.
or under foreign influence. Belgian
exports and imports are guaranteed
as favorable treatment as is given to
foreign products, freight rates are
to be reduced one-halt on1 samples
of . Belgian commerce and industry
sent abroad in soliciting trade.
The decree also provides that Bel
gian sailors shall be employed as far
as available: Belgian passengers' shall
nave tne lunesi facilities, ana Belgian
norts favored as far as possible in
traffic - arrangements. The foreign
agencies are to be run by Belgians,
and two government commissioners
Are to watch over this Belgian char
acter of the organization.. Without
the consent of these government of
ficers, the society is specially forbid
den from-taking a subsidy from a
At s meeting held later at La
Parme, the organizers above named
At s meeting held later at La
Parme the organizers above named
Were included s number of "tramps,"
particularly useful just, now when
regular, trade routes are interrupted.
The purpose, however, is to secure
liners for competition in the regular
transatlantic service, which , 4s ex
peccted to take on large dirgWnstbns
as soon as the war reopens the old
trade routes and ports. With thirty
nine steamers already " secured and
three planned for early building, this
new Belgian government steamship
service is making s good start to ac
complish its end Of having a Belgian
merchant fleet representing 600,000
tonnage, which will compare favor-
I ably with some the oldest and best
I shipping organizations.
vote for a man who is body and soul
an American, and against one who is
not. The insinuation in your paper
that we are trying to stir up class
prejudices is not true. We did not ask
Bohemian voters to vote on any for
eign issue, but as Americans demand
ing equal rights. We ask the voters
to defeat a man who has attempted
to stir up race prejudices." s
Senator Hitchcock: "Well, you
made a very vicious attack on me,
and I am having the letter translated,
Buresh: "Oh, you need not go to
that- trouble, Mr. Hitchcock, i will
give you a translation myself. There
is nothing secret about that letter.
We simply opposed your un-American
attitude in the embargo matter."
i Senator Hitchcock (seeing that- he
was being bested, and making a feint
in a different direction): "But, Bu
resh, if you are against me, you must
be for Kennedy, and he is dry. ('Now,'
says the senator to himself, 'this time
Buresh: "But, Mr. Hitchcock, did
you not in a very recent issue of your
paper, state in substance that you wel
comed both wet and dry support
that the question of saloons had noth
ing to do with the election of sen
ators? However, suppose Kennedy is
dry, what are you?'
Senator Hitchcock flushed. After a
while he came back weakly with: "1
once voted against prohibition in the
United States senate." .
Buresh: "I don't care what you
were years ago. I want to know what
you are now."
And thus ended the interview.
'City Is Now Open
El Paso, Tex., Nov. 2.r-Telegraphic
communication between Juarez and
Chihuahua City was resumed late
today, after being suspended since
yesterday. General Francisco Gon
zales announced in Juarez after re
ceiving a brief code message from
the state capital.
Chihuahua City wasiisolated by the
cutting of the raliroad and telegraph
company lines southwest and north
of that city by bandits supposed to
be operating under the direction of
Francisco Villa. Two bridges were
burned yesterday by the bandits be
tween Gallego, M3 miles south of the
border, and Laguna, twenty miles
south of Gallego.
West Point. Neb., Nov. 2. (Spe
cial.) The marriage of Prof. Wiiliam
Walter Theisen and Miss Blanche
Lucetta Shearer took place at -the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James W. , Shearer, Rev. Mr.
Atcheson, pastor of the Congregation
al church, performing the ceremony.
the only attendant- upon the bridal
couple was the "small niece of the
bride, little Miss Catherine Jennette
VVeller, who bore the ring. The' bride
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
W. Shearer of this city and is a grad.
uate of the West Point High school.
The groom is the son oi Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Theisen of this place, a
graduate of the local high school, of
the University of Nebraska arid hold
ing a degree of M. A. at the Wiscon
sin State university and degree of
Ph. D. at Columbia. Hev was super
intendent of schools at Beemer and
Pierce. Last spring he was appointed
director of educational measurements
for the state of Wisconsin, with head
quarters at Madison. Immediately aft
er the ceremonv the newly wedded
pair left for Madison.
Miss Ruth Garrison, daughter of
Charles Garrison,- and J. Ben Roddy,
jr., were married by Rev. Charles W..
Savidge in the People's church Wed
nesday at 2 o'clock. The wedding
party included Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Garrison, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Frans,
Mrs. Charles Frans, Miss Zola Frans,
J. B. Roddy, sr., Miss Geraldine Rod
dy, Mrs. L. J. Hall, Mrs. Ida Apple-
tate and Miss Florence Davis of
fnion, Neb. . ' .
Miss Hettha E. Neve, daughter of
Henry Neve, and Anton J. Ruzicka,
both f Belgrade, Neb.pwere married
by Rev. Charles W. Savidge. Wednes
day at 1 o'clock. They were attended
by Miss Ella Neve, sister of the bride,
and Alfred E. Rugglcs. : , .
f Carpenter-McCreary, s
Miss Ada McCreary and Weyland
Carpenter, both of Omaha, were mar
ried by Rev. Charles W. Savidge,
, s McFadden-Heller. -
Miss Margaret F, Heller, daughter
of John Heller, and Clyde S. McFad,
Lden, both of Omaha, were married by
Kev. Charles W, savidge, Wednesday
at 11:30 o'clock. v
Beginning Monday, November
6th, and continuing one week,
practical demonstration of the
Famous Commerce "King of
Ranges" will be shown in activa
operation at the Central. Free
biscuits and coffee served while
the many superior points of this
well known range are explained
in detail. You are invited to coma
and bring your friends.
CENTRAL, "th and Howard Sis.
HERE'S A NEW WAY TO
MAKE YOUR FEET GLAD
-When your feet are Bad with the sorrow
mat corn or standing or wanting long
hour, when they burn and throb, when they
perepire exreeaiveiy and grow tender a
boll and you wlah that you had wooden
leg, then you will remember thle little etory
of how a clerk In a big etoro found relief
from hie foot woe. He waa a cofferer.
None more o. Then one day he heard of
a iimpie, eaey method or relieving hi ag
onlea He took thle hint, ar.d bought a it
rent package of Wa-Ne-Ta at the drug atore.
Two tablet In a baeln of hot water, then
a few minute' Immeralon of the aching.
tnrobblng feet, and lot the ptttn had gone.
the eoreneee vanlehed. the burning eennatlnn
nad been replaced by a cooling comfort.
You can eaelly try It youreelf. Delightful
for nee In bath. Leavta ekln aoft and uni
tary. It your drugglet hean't Wa-Ne-Ta.
eend u 10 eentn for a eemple package and
we will mell It to you prepaid. You'll thank
ue for tne euggeetlou. U V. London Co.,
South Bend, lad.
OMAHA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1916,
Chinese Parliament Becomes
Involved in Dispute Over
CABINET , IN QUESTION
(Correepondenc of Tho Aeooclated Pre.)
Peking, Sept. 30. Premier Tuan
Chi-jui, President Li Yuan-hung and
the Chinese parliament are engaged in
a complicated struggle to define the
exact functions of the virions
branches ofsthe Chinese republic, as
it now stands organized under the
Nanking provisional constitution en
acted at the very beginning of the re
public. ' Conditions are wholly different
from what they were when Yuan Shi
kai originally assumed the presidency
and attempted to launch the Chinese
republic At that time the struggle
became very acute between the presi
dent and the Parliament alone. .The
premier was not a great factor; as
Yuan Shi-kai dominated him. But
Parliament displayed great independ
ence and determination. It also played
politics in a ruthless manner. Yuan
Shi-kai was accustomed to dominate,
and could not endure the opposition'
of Parliament which spent months in
useless dickering and seemed to have
no Jixed plan for the advancement of
the republic, tiring of the constant
squabbles, Yuan Shi-kai abolished
Parliament with one swoop, and took
affairs into his own hands.
Chaos Still Rules.
With the re-establishment of the
actual republic under ,LT"Yuan-hung,
there has been an honest effort to live
up to the Nanking provisional consti
tution, but Chinese statesmen are
finding it extremely difficult to brig
order out of chaos in a country not
accustomed to genuine constitutional
government. Notwithstanding that
Premier Tuan was designated by
President Li. the two men have not
been in accord on various govern
mental matters, and Tuan Clii-jui has
repeatedly threatened to submit his
Parliament is about to' begin the
drafting of a permanent constitution
and great strife is anticipated. The
premier and the" cabinet while ap
proved by Parliament, are not in ac
cord with the views of Parliament by
any means. From the time that
Yuan SHi-kai designated Tuan Chi-
jui- as premier, it has' been repeatedly
stated that the Lhinese 'cabinet is a
responsible cabinet, a cabinet having
authority to act independently and
responstuic uirectiy to tne puonc.
However, the Nanking constitution
was framed more after American
ideas than after those of any other
country, and the members ' of the
cabinet are not men elected to office
directly by popular vote. Conse
quently they cannot be reached di
rectly by the public through the sup
port of political parties, as is the case
in England, where cabinet members
must be men elected to membership
in the House of Commons.
The Chinese oremier and cabinet.
as they now stand approved by Par
liament, can only be removed by a
two-thirds vote of Parliament at a
parlimentary session attended by at
least three-quarters of the members.
Consequently the present cabinet is
secure in its position.
No definite dcliminatiori of the
powers of the chief executive, " the
cabinet and Parliament has- been
made. China is wholly without
precedent ito guide it, and the clash
between the various branchesjof-lfBv-ernment
is acute and highly interest-
rinvy ot Kivais.
. Parliament is anoarentlv quite in
tent upon limiting the powers of the
nresident and the cabinet,- as Yuan
Shi-kai was active in limiting.the pow
ers of Parliament. . There is a com
plete reversal of the situation which
existed three years ago. rarnament
claims that it stands as the directly
elected organ of the public, and is su-
7.- -...1 A - -I XT--
Ereme in its amtiuruy. rto uic wan
ing provisional constitution provides
for the election of a president by Par
liament, and the premier and his
cabinet are appointed by the president
with the approval of Parliament, par
liamentarians hold that they should
not be regarded as subservient to the
president and the advisers he - ap
points. Li xuan-nung stands wen aioqi
ffom party lines. Premier Tuan Chi
jui is not a rabid party man, but has
the support of the military party.
Other members of the cabinet are
divided among various factions, but
the members of the Kuomintang, or
ultra revolutionary party, prevail in
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t''aaf7nf!rrVW ' prices will be 11,176 and $1.1 , re- I U U
i ijjnjljif Biljj H sportively necessitated by Increased J f f
1(0 Jf r Moie arrived twjMRt" to sxhi'jit at . 1 g
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Soldiers' Home Notes.
Grand lland, Neb., No. S. (Special.)
Thomae Wallea of Akron. O., 1 vlaltlng at
Burkctt thle week.
Arlandn learned received menage yee-
terday from Scottebluff announcing that hi
wire nad met witn an acciaent.
Mr. and aire. John Jferoney have returned
after a pleaaant vlelt with their children In
Mr. Miller of California, son of Mre. Pardo.
arrived Monday evening tor a vlelt with hi
Rov Llebhart. a brother of Mr. Maxwell.
ie meking a vUlt here. He ie on hie way
to ue Home. J wnero he is itudylng
Mr. Rfdaler. who has been auftef HI. I re
ported convalescing. Charles King, In the
Weet hospltsl, yesterday morning was re
ported Improved. Mrs. Pardo's condition I
reported to no anout me name. :
Mre. Henderson made application this
morning for a five days' pas to visit with a
sister at Cairo.
A gloom has fallen over the member of
the Soidlere' and Sailors' home here on ac
count of the accidental death of Captain R.
B. Howell. He was admitted to the home
on November , 1B02, from Cherry -county.
It Is presumed that the body will be buried
the cabinet. The Kuomintang also
has the majority in Parliament.
This party is pledged to overthrow
the influence of the military party,
and consequently is quite antagonistic
to many of Premier. Tuan Chi-jui's
ideas. Although he is- a republican,
Tuan Chi-jui is of the-old school. He
is a military man primarily. His
closest friends are all military men,
and he is unwilling to depart radically
from the oW plan of military control
which kept China at peace for many
centuries. i .
Eight Hundred for
Eight hundred dollars in found
numbers was raised yesterday by the
tag day on behalf of Lithuanian war
sufferers. Sales of flowers netted
$763 and money raised, Sunday in the
churches amounted to $40.
Mrs. Elizabeth Storrs
Dies at Daughter's Home
Mrs! Elizabeth Williams Storrs died
early yesterday at the home ( of
her daughter, Mrs. William R. Bowen,
206 South Thirty-first street.
Culls From the Wire
Drastic and Immediate action will be
taken In tho federal In ve ligation of the
soaring price of food products, Charles F.
Clynt, United States district attorney at
Chicago, announced today. Mr. Clyne said
that he had Information that Jobbers in
Peoria, Springfield and East Bt. Iouls hold
dally conversations over long distance tele
phones and fix the prices of foodstuffs.
W. H. Thomas, Judge of the superior
court of Santa Ana, Cal., arrived at San
Franclnco on the Matson liner Lurltne from
Honolulu, having technically worked his
way as an oiler. The Lurine was the last
liner that would reach California In time
for the presidential election. Judge Thomas
was determined to vote. The Jfiirllne, on
account of an accident, was not allowed
to carry passengers, so the judge shipped
as a member of the crew,
Colombia has protested to the United
tlatea against the new canal route treaty
with Nicaragua on the ground that the
granting of a nlnetyntne-year lease to this
government of Great Corn and Little Corn
Islands Is a dental of Colombia's sovereignty
In those Islands. Colombia claims that the
Islands, though recently subject to Nicara
gua!, administration, are part of Its terri
tory under the cedula of November SO, 1803,
Issued by the king of Spain to demarcate
the various provinces in the new world.
increase strength el
del teat, norvnm
rf AYlTlTli down .iwopls 0 per
I i I many instance.
Illllf forfeit U At fails
- I full smtlanatlnn in .
article soon to appear in
Ask your doctor or
druBtrist about It-
Sherman tt McOonnell Drug Stores alwayi
carry it In stock. - . , , .
A Sure Way To
'There is one sure way that has
never failed to remove dandruff at
once, and that is to dissolve it, then
you destroy it entirely. To do this,
just get about four ounces of plain,
common liquid arvon from any drug
store (this is alt you will need), ap
ply, it at night when retiring: use
enough to moisten the scalp and rub
it in gently with the finger tips.
By morning, most if not all, of your
dandruff will be gqne, and three or
four more applications will completely
dissolve and entirely "destroy every,
single sign and trace of it, no matter
how much dandruff you may have.
You will find all itching and digging
of the scalp will stop instantly, and
your hair will be fluffy, lustrous,
?;lossy, silky and soft, and look and
eel a hundred times better. Adv.
Mrs. Stevens Talks
To University Girls
Mrs. Mabel Stevens talked to the
girls' of the University of Omaha yes
terday on "Girls' Talents." She is a
believer in the saying, "The hand that
rocks the cradle rules the world." She
asserted that the girls could sway the
world if they would. "Every girl pos
sesses ten talents, each of which is
worth $1,250," adding: "Your face is
a talent which you would not sell for
evert $2,000, for by means of it you can
accomplish worthy ends. As other
talents, take your brain, your physical
fitness and your moral and spiritual
qualities. By means of these talents
you can control all around you. Wom-
huny to your grocer's for a
can of Calumet learn your
final and best lesson in baking
bake everything with Calu
met that proved a failure with
other Baking Powders.
'This is the test which
proves Calumet the surest,
safest Baking Powder in the
world the most economical
to buy and to use. My
mother has used Calumet for
years and there's never a
bake-day failure at our house."
Receirecl Higliett Award ' -
. Nnv Coot Boot Frit; .
' SnSlip iu Pound Can '
YOU PEOPLE WHO RENT ROOMS
In the month of October, 1916, THE BEE printed
" ; ' 104 - '
More room-to-rent ads than in October, 1915, is
a positive proof of results.
Why not rent your spare room through The Beo
A better rate, 1 per word, than you can secure
A better class of readers.
A better service is at the other end of your
v phone. .' ;
Call TYLER 1000, Today. .
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Candidate for Judge Supreme Court
i Lm. i
EMMET G. SOLOMON
, i - REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR , s
RESIDED IN THE COUNTY 48 YEARS. WAS COUNTY COMMISSIONER-COMPTROL- '
UR 1906-1909. -AND CHIEF DEPUTY COUNTY AND CITY
, TREASURER 1910 TO DATE . v
EXPERIENCED i - BUSINESS SERVICE
an in the past has been treated as a
i slave in some cases, but it need not be
I so. Woman has the natural powers
to control man,, not by force, but by
UIC use Ul nn Igciuic nana em.u vuu
has g'iven her.
"Some of you may think that I ara
delivering a woman suffrage speech,
but do not be deceived. I am here to
tell you that you need no ballot to do
your duty. You can do more by con
vincing your brother, father or sweet
heart through your natural tender
qualities." In concluding, she said:
' God gave you these talents, now go
and use them."
Manr People Don't Know.
A sluggish liver causes an awful lot ot
misery to keep It activ use Pr. King's
New Life Pills. Only tSc. All druggists.
Judge James J.
Former Judge Supreme Court
Judge Dean made a good record
He is in life's prime. He is not an
At the primary out of ten candidates, -where
six were nominated, Judge Dean
crowded the high man closely for first
place. v '
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