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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1917.
Brie) City News
riatlnum Wedding Ring Edholra.
Ht Root rnt t N iwcen Pre
Metal Dlee, Frcuwork Jubilee Mfg Co
35c Luncheon at Empress Garden
Murphy Goes West M. R. Murphy,
general manager of the Cudahy pack-
in? Dlant. loft Snndiv fnv Colt TaV
Butte and other northwest points. He'
ui De gone aoout ten days.
To 8e Someone Win Julius Pest
ner of the Festner Printing company,
j-t. raui Anthes and Sergeant Blen
uorrr or tne Seventh will motor
Chicago to see the world's series.
Arrested for Failure to RerUt,
John Henry, wanted In Omaha on
charge of failure to register for the
selective draft, was arrested in Kear
ney and brought here by a United
states ueputy marshal.
Divorces Show Falling Off For the
first time since the first of the year the
number of divorce filings in district
court fell below flftyMn September. The
montniy average of filings from Janu
ary 1 to August 31 was fifty-four.
Held Under Mann Act Roy Howard
was arrested by federal authorities
here on a charge of violation of the
Mann act. Arrest was made on com
plaint of Joe Jones of Odessa, Mo.
who charges that Howard brought
j ones wue to omana.
To Regulate Soft Drink Parlors
On Tuesday morning the city council
will pass an ordinance for regulating
soft drink establishments. A fee of
J I will be charged and permits Issued.
Conviction for selling intoxicants will
automatically revoke these licenses
Enjoin Milk Solicitor The Alamlto
Dairy company has begun injunction
proceedings in district court against
an &. uross, rormerly a salesman
and collector employed by that con
cern. The Alamito people alleged that
Cross, who spent six years in their
employ, is "wrongfully using informa
tion and knowledge acquired while
i working for them In soliciting business
Jior anotner company." A temporary
injunction is asKea.
Jurymen Laying Off District court
jurymen are having a rest this week
because of the Ak-Sar-Ben festivities.
Election Commissioner Moorhead has
been instructed by Judge Sears, pre
siding judge, to delay calling the next
panel or veniremen until next Monday.
Judge Sears decided jurymen could
not keep their minds on lawyers' ar
guments with the blare of music and
the clatter of parades floating through
however, are hearing: cases as usual.
Fine Ftreplac Goods at Sunderland's,
Salvation Army Head
Lectures at Y. M. C. A.
Commissioner Thomas Estill, rank
ing officer of the Salvation Army in
the United States, who is touring the
country, spoke at a patriotic rally
held by the Sa'vation Army in ,Jhe
auditorium of the Young Men's, Chris
tian association . Sunday. He has
been working for the interests of the
Salvation Army forty years and has
toured five continents.
In the course of his sermon, Com
missioner Estill said:
"Happiness of a man's life consists,
not in the aboundance of property
which he possesses, but in the meas
ure of his good works. God does not
denounce the man who succeeds in
business, but does denounce him who
devotes the whole of his life to acquir
"I say, like the business man, that
money is an essential to success in
life, but the person who puts money
before everything else, and considers
wealth as his one aim in life, fails to
place first things first in this life, (fed
denounces a man of that typeand I
denounce such a man."
Morals Squad Breaks Up
Gamblers' Ball in Raid
The morals squad broke up a "dark
town gamblers' ball" last night when
they raided a disorderly house op
erated by Thomas Goodley, colored,
1014 North Sixteenth street. Eight
men and two women were arrested.
At the police station they gave their
names as Tames Gibson, Jess Welck,
J. H. Furch, Florence Hill, 1014 North
Sixteenth street; W. ?. Batth, Fannie
Brown, Fannie Williams, 2709 Doug
las; Richard Guth, 208 North Twenty
seventh; James Holmes, 2209 Cuming,
and J. P. Carten, 2104 Paul.
Nine Stolen Autos Are
Recovered by Police
Nine stolen automobiles were re
covered by the police Saturday and'
Sunday. Most tnese werc fun
on the streets where the thieves had
abandoned them after exhausting the
Among them were cars from out
in the state and some Iowa machines.
Fun For The Boys and Girls
Orchard & Wi
with the Victrola
because you know now that
it will give you the world's
music by the world's masters of
music in exact accord with the
No other instrument can do
as much NO other instrument!
Style X, as illuatrated, with 24
elections on 12 records of
your own chooiing, for
Delivered to your home on ap- ?'
h proval, and eay terms if you
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DRUNK EVERY TEN
South Side Police Unable to
Discover Where Prisoners at
Station Obtained Liquor
This Coupon and 3 Cents Will Get You One
At The Bee Office Nearest To You.
Home Office, Bee Building.
Ames Office, 4110 N. 24th St.
Lake Office, 2516 N. 24th St.
Walnut Office, 819 N. 40th St.
Park Office, 2615 Leavenworth.
Vinton Office, 1715 Vinton St.
South Side Office, 2318 N St.
Co. Bluffs Office, 14 N. Main St.
Benson Office, Military Ave. and Main St,
The Bee's Special Edition
For Ak-Sar-Ben Makes a Hit
Compliments galore were elicited
by The Bee's magnificent special Ak-Sar-Ben
edition, one of the biggest
ever put out by an Omaha newspaper.
I he paper consisted of nine sec
tions aggregating eighty-six pages,
more than doubie the usual Sun
Each complete newspaper weighed
trifle over one and one-fourth
pounds and the total of print paper
required or the edition was in excess
of thirty-three tons. Had it all gone
to subscribers through the mails the
postage on it at the second class rate
of 1 cent a pound would have been
close to $675.
As it was, the local distribution
made it necessary to send the issue
out to ThevBee's branch city offices
in sections and most of the carrier
boys had to make two or three trips
to deliver their routes.
Fort Crook Balloon Men
Make Midnight Flht
Lieutenant Prank Goodale oiloted a
free balloon Saturday in a night flight,
leaving Fort Omaha at midnight. The
balloon landed at 7 o'clock Sunday
morning, twelve miles east of Kan
sas City, after having traveled 200
miles. Leaving Fort Omaha the big
gas bag sailed east over Red Oak,
la., and St.-Joseph, Mo. While pass
ing over Kansas City the bajloon was
over a mile high. The aeronauts ar
rived back at the fort at 6 o'clock
Sunday night. The party consisted of
Lieutenant Goodale, in command, Cor
poral Murphy and Privates Hammond
Fire Trucks to Be Shown
Big Daylight Parade
Leo Huffman, marshal of the day
light parade Thursday, is rapidly
completing the arrangements. Soldiers
from Fort Crook and Fort Omaha,
numbering 2,500, will lead the "World's
The signal corps will have with
them their equipment mounted for
field service. They will be followed
by the high school cadets.
The Omaha fire department will
follow the seventeen Ak-Sar-Ben
floats. The fire department will have
manned apparatus from the time the
department was organized in the
early '60s to the motor vehicles in use
Organizations, composed of mem
bers born on foreign soil, have ar
ranged floats representing their na
tive countries, numbering about ten.
The parade will be one of the most
instructive ever shown in Omaha.
A drunk every ten minutes was the
record made at the South Side police
station Sunday evening. At 7:20 Alex
Liske of Sioux City was brought in
to the station and arrested for drunk
enness. Ten minutes later Andrew Se
dor, 4410 South Twenty-seventh
street, was brought in on the same
charge and a little while later, Mike
Belerchas, 4413 South Thirtv-fourth
street, was brought in. About 8
o'clock, John Elikur, 2725 Madison
street, was added to the hour's quota
Gus Eggbrhist, Twenty-seventh and
L streets; George Lowe, 2304 L
street, and Jack Sargent, Twenty-second
and N streets, told the desk ser
geant that they did not "think it at
all important" to tell him where they
got the whisky which caused their
F. C. Opie, 1322 Polk street, was a
good Samaritan Saturday night. He
found a drunken man lying 'in the
street in Albright and helped him in
to his automobile and brought him to
the South Side station. The man gave
his name as Charles Wagner, 1310
Dennis Condon, 3728 Q street, was
arrested charged with drunkenness
Empty Bottle Thief is
Puzzling South Side Police
Who would steal empty beer bot
tles? South Side police would like
Some time Saturday night someone
stole 300 pint beer bottles from I.
Rosenberg, 2517 Q street. They stole
ten doxen wine bottles, 300 milk bot
tles and 300 sugar sacks.
Girl With Red Fur Scarf
Is Wanted by Police
South Side detectives are eyeing
every girl who wears a red fox fur
scarf. Two red fox fur scarfs were
stolen from the Chicago store, 4824
Soufh Twenty-fourth street, during
the rush of sales Saturday evening.
The furs were displayed on a show
case near the front of the store. They
were eight inches wide.
Red, White and Blue Pigs
At the National Swine Show
Blue nigs will be shown ar the
Swine show in South Omaha. The
pigs are on their way from Wilming
ton, Mass., and are expected to ar
rive today. Red, white and blue hogs
will be shown together in the same
pen. The Massachusetts company
which is sending the hogs has de
veloped what it calls the "sapphire"
breed of hogs. It has taken many
years of careful breeding to perfect
them and the hogs which will be
shown here will represent the acme
"Tyler Three One-Hundred!"
Easy to remember and easy to say.
For these reasons Your Electric Service Company has
changed its' telephone number from Douglas 1062 to Tyler Three
The new issue of the telephone directory, dated today, will
note this change, and the Nebraska Power Company number is
now Tyler Three One Hundred,
This will not only be easier for the patrons of the company
to keep, in mind, but will also mark a new era in the handling
of telephonie communications, on our part.
Tyler Three One Hundred will reach all departments and de
partment heads of Your Electric Service Company, and experi
enced private branch exchange operators will sift all calls and see
v that the proper party or office is reached to attend to the busi
ness at hand.
It is hoped that the users of current or those having busi
ness of any sort with the company will make general use of the
telephone under the new system, and wc hope to demonstrate
complete ability to attend to all matters coming to our attention
over the wire, with increased alacrity and with satisfaction to all,
In the near future Your Electric Service Company will de
tail, in other articles, the advantages of using the telephone in
connection with its business and service, but in the meantime
begin to remember the new number
Tyler Three One Hundred!
Nebraska Power Company
"YOUR ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY"
of many generations of selected
Manager McAneny of the Grain
Belt Supply company lias purchased
the bine hogs. The hogs are "true
blue." Mr. McAneny says that they
are more gentlt and more intelligent
than most hoes.
Muitlo City ;li.
Dr. AtllnRlinni hat removed his office to
room J-4-S Glasgow block. I'hone SijutU ISO.
Telephone South tt'i anrt onlor i ai of
Om or I,acion;i.l, thu hivilthrul. refreshing
Horn Beverage, delivered to your residence.
Omaha Prverago v
HOW AHotTT THAT STOVE?
Com In and look at our line of atove
and range. We can v yot. money.
Ills Lillian Kuriolph, Kort Crook, Neb.,
ha two aklnned knectt an the result of an
automobile ride .Sunday aCernoon. She waa
riding In a car driven by Karl Hanea. which
bumped Into Twenty-fourth utreet car.
Th Jolt threw Visa ltudolph, who waa In
the rear aeat, forward again! the front
eat with auoh force that her knees wer
badly aklnned. 11 r. .Shanahan attended hur.
Wire President Wilson They
Are Willing to Sacrifice
Their Property and
To Increase Gasoline
San Vrancisco, Cal., Sept. 30. The
United States government, it was an
nounced today, has been offered and
has accepted the free use of a process,
discovered by Frederick A. Kormann,
San Francisco chemist, which, Kor
mann said, would increase the output
of the country's gasoline by twelve
fold and thus avert a national short
age, which government officials have
declared is threatened.
The offer to the government was
made through Gavin McN'ab, San
Francisco attorney, recently appointed
federal conciliator in the strike here
of 30,000 iron workers. Kormann an
nounced that Secretary of the In
terior Lane had authorized the con
struction of a government plant at
wnicn tne process win De utilized.
Seligman, Financier, Dies;
Fractures Skull in Fall
Nw York, Oct. 1. Isaac Newton
Seligman, a members of the banking
firm of J. and W. Seligman and com
pany of this city, died in a hospital
here today from a fracture of the
skull, suffered in a fall from his horse
this morning near his summer home
at Irvington, N. Y. The banker was
found unconscious at the spot where
he had been thrown.
Mr. Seligman was born in New
York City. July 10, 1856. and had
been in the banking business since
Delegates from all the branches of
the National Alliance of Bohemian
Catholics of Nebraska met in con
vention in Sokol hall Sunday. A reso
lution of filial' devotion was sent to
the pope and the following message to
"We, citiiens 6f the United States,
Bohemian by birth of extraction, as
sembled in mass meeting in Omaha,
most respectfully greet you and pledge
to you our unswerving loyalty in
these trying times which have forced
this country to take up arms in de
fence of its inalienable rights and for
the freedom of small nations op
pressed by foreign powers; we are
ever, willing, if you should so com
mand, to sacrifice our property and
our lives' for this country."
Later in the day there was a pa
triotic rally held for the purpose of
raising funds for the relief of the
widows and orphans and to work for
the freedom and enlightenment of the
Slavic people, now under the rule of
Prof. B. Simel. of the Iowa State
university delivered the principal
address in English, on '"Govern
ment for the People, by the eople.'
lie poii.tcd to the advantages. enjoyed
by the Bohemians in the United
States in contrast to the conditions
under which their countrymen live in
war-stricken Europe. He said:
"We ust not forget what this
country has done for us when we tell
of the part our fathers played in its
development. In this country we have
the God-given right to govern our
selves and we are going to cany these
principles of democracy to our coun
trymen in F;urope b. doing our part
in the winning of the war with Ger
many. When we fight the battles of
this country we fight for the freedom
of the world."
Rev.. Father Zlamal, Cleveland, O.,
spoke In Bohemian? Mayor Dahlman
delivered a short address.
Monday a tug-o'-war and a wrest
ling match will be staged and for
Tuesday night a special musical pro
gram has been prepared.
Arrest Man for Peeping
Through Home Window
Vernon King, 221 Davenport street,
espied a culprit peering through the
windows of his home Saturday night
and notified the police. When they
arrived, they saw the supposed burg
lar trying to make his get-away. Of
ficers Buford and McGuire took after
and arrested him after shooting twice
toward the fleeing culprit. At the
police station he gave his name as
Emil Spillman, 2670 Farnam street,
lie will be held for investigation.
Uke Seamen's Strike Is
Ended by Shipping Board
Washington, Oct. 1. The strike
of Great Lakes seamen set for to
morrow was called off here today by
union leaders when the shipping
board, serving as arbitrator in their
dispute with the carriers, decided to
grant wae increases demanded.
Other demands were waived pending
investigation by the board.
BETTER THAN CALOMEL
Thousands Have Discovered Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets are
a Harmless Substitute.
Dr. Edward' Ollv Tablet th ubititut
for calomel are mild but ur laxa
tive, and their effect on the, liver 1 almot
intantantou. They r th rult ot Dr.
Edwards' detarmmlnation not to treat Mv
nd bowel complaint with calomel. HI ef
fort to banlih It brought on thee llttla
The pleasant llttla tablet! do th food
that calomel doo, but hev no bad after ef
fect!. They don't Injur th teeth Ilka
atronc liquid or calomel. They tak hold of
th trouble and quickly correct It. Why eura
th liver at the expense of th teeth T Calomel
ometiaae play havoc with th fume. 8a da
tronf liquid. It i beat not to tak Calomel,
but to let Dr. Edward' 01iv Tablet Uka
Moat htadachea, "dullneai" and that las?
feeling com from eonatlpation and a dis
ordered liver. Tak Dr. Edwards' Ollv Tab.
lets when you feel "loggy" and "heavy." Nota
how they "clear" clouded brain and how
they "perk up" th spirit, lOe and tte
box. All druggliti. Advertisement.
Monday, October 1, 1917.
STORE NEWS FOR TUESDAY.
Phona D. 137.
VISITORS to the
city are invited
to make our store
their meeting: place,
and to enjoy the con
for their personal
OUR out-of-town friends will
find the Ask Mr. Foster In
formation Service of real value.
Whatever information you may
happen to want about the city, Ak-Sar-Ben
festivities, theaters or en
tertainment of any sort if you
are planning a trip and cannot ob
tain in your own town the infor
mation you seek, just write to the
Askt Mr. Foster Service and you
will receive a prompt and complete
reply. When you come to Omaha,
bring all your questions here, You
are sure of a sympathetic hearing
and no pains will be spared in an
swering them to your complete
No fees ever.
Burgesi-Nash Co Balcony
Exquisite New MILLINERY
--of the Different Sort
MONDAY'S express brought in an
exquisite collection of new millinery
of. the better and differ
ent sort, the kind the
wants and will appre
ciate. The range of styles
is very extensive, no
two alike, made of rich,
lustrous velvet and
tastily trimmed with
ribbons and touches of
gold and silver braids.
You'll enjoy this dis
play even if you do not
feel the need to buy,
the favored colors and
plenty of black.
Tuesday in the Down Stairs Store
The Demonstration and Sale of Heatherbloom
Petticoats in the Down Stairs Store, $1.00 to $1.95
IF you have not seen the demonstration of this re
markable petticoat, we urge you to come down Tues
day. We believe it is the biggest petticoat value you'll
find anywhere, and they're petticoats that you'll like,
clean cut, up-to-date models with elastic in waistband,
adjustable to any size waist.
Made of a superior quality of heatherbloom in
pretty figured striped and floral patterns, with deep
sectional flounces, trimmed with tucks and clusters of
shirring tiny pleated ruffles and scalloped edge on
Price range, $1.00, $1.29, $1.59, $1.95.
BurgtM-Naah Co. Down Stair Stora
A Remarkable Offering of Enamelware
Featured in the Down Stairs Store Tuesday
SEVERAL hundred pieces of good quality enamel ware. Every
piece guaranteed perfect and represents a value that is
much more than the price asked Tuesday, the offering includes:
Gray enameled tea kettles
Blue and white enameled dish pans
White and white enameled oval dish pans.
10, 12, 14-quart gray enameled preserving
All white enameled double boilers
8-quart, gray enameled, seamless berlin
kettles with cover
6-quart, gray enameled, berlin sauce pans
All white enameled berlin sauce pans with
All white enameled water pails, seamless.
All white enameled seamless coffee pot3
All white enameled preserving kettles
All white enameled seamless straight sauce
pans with cover
Gray enameled round roasters with cover
Burt eaa-Naab Co. -Down Stair Stora
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