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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1919)
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In few Hours
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stuffiness and distress No quinin?! Costs littlel
Don't stay stuffed-top! Quit blow
ing; and snuffling! A dose of 'Tape's
Cold Compound", taken every two
hours until three doses are taken
usually breaks up a cold and ends
The first dose opens clogged-up
nostrils and air passages pi head;
stops nose running; relieves head
ache, dullness, feverishness, sneez
ing, soreness, stiffness.
"Pape's Cold Compound" is the
quickest, surest relief known and
costs only a few cents at drug
stores. It acts without assistance.
Tastes nice. Contains no quinine.
Insist on Pape's!
IN "THE FLOORWALKER"
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WIDOW OF POLICE
Allowed Ad Under State Law
In Addition to City
Pension. ' . v.
Widows of Omaha 'policemen are
entitled to compensation under the
state workingmen's compensation
act in addition to the $50 a month
pension from the policemen's and
firemen's fund, in cases where the
policeman loses his life in the per
formance of his duties, according to
a decision handed down by District
Judge Xroup yesterday in the suit of
Mrs. Mary Rooney against the city.
Judge Troup awarded Mrs. .Rooney
$4,2p0 from the city in addition to
the $50 a month which ? she- is re
ceiving and will receive -all her life.
Mrs. Rooney is-the'widow of
Frank Rooney, who was kijled while
the police were capturing five men
in a house at Fourteenth avenue and
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I In a riot of nighties f-v ' jR
It and naughtiness. ijfe 1"
ii fi m-m a VLirMr j r-rz iai
f,t n ii -rn a ir isc?. ' y imi
t II BlgfWt tun show ever seen in V st 1 I ffiL TJ-
I H Omaha. Making thousands laugh! V frK "T'P ?i jtliF
l n fr 1
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v uiruriv inrnmNtv 1 1 ' ,JCAt "JFrr . 1 I I
Better than "Mickey
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with delightful, lovable
Last Times Today
NIGHTLY, 10 TO 1 ONLY .
Two helpline would nul itudytng the
Graaser llnso thro months ul Jolu muU
AND, OH, SUCH . COFFEE 1
Touches the spot yea srent It to. '
. No Muilo No Danolnf No Cover Charae.
JUST TALK. BAB AND CONVERSATION
" ' Superb Table D'Hote Dinner 4:10 to 8
p. n. Dallr JI.OOi '
Today to Saturday
vln a peppy, laughable
comedy role you'll like, -
"A Virtuous Vamp"
., BRYANT WASHBURN fa :
THE GYPSY TRAIL, and a Mack Sen
nett Comedy, "The Villaae Chestnut,"
Wirt street, January 30, 1917. The
6ve men had robbed the Mateshock
jewelry store, 1514 Dodge street the
day before. !
Granted City Pension.
Mrs. Rooney was granted the
widow's pension right after the
death of her husband. Later she
appeared before the city commission
and asked for the sum provided in
the workingmen's compensation act.
This the commission denied to grant.
She then filed suit in the district
Judge Troup decided that she is
entitled to $12 a week for 350 weeks
regardless of the fact that she is
receiving a pension. "The. pension
is not in lieu of compensation un
der the workingmen's compensation
act," the judge said.
He awarded Mrs. Rooney $1,140.
the amount due for the 95 weeks
since Mr. Rooney died, plus interest
of $79.80 and ordered the city to
pay hei$12 a week for the remain
ing 255 weeks of the statutory 351V
week period, which amounts to
$3,060. He rlso decreed that the
city shall pay her $200 for expenses
in the last sickness and burial of
Mr. Rooney and that the city shall
pay th costs of her suit 1
Doubtful on Question.
"I confess I am doubtful on this
question,!' the judge said, "but I
will clear the way to have the su
preme court make final decision on
City Attorney Weaver said the
case will be taken to the supreme
If the decision is sustained it will
also give other widows of police
men and firemen the right to have
this $4,200 in addition to their pen
sions provided their' husbands were,
killed in the performance of their
Murder Is Charged.
Portland, Ore., Nov. 25. Indict
ments charging murder in the sec
ond degree were returned against
David Smith, James Ogle and Wal
ter Banaster, alleged confessed prin
cipals in the robbery, of the Clare
inent tavern near here Friday night,
during which J. N. Burgess and
George Peringer, cattlemen, were
BEAT HIM WHEN
HE VISITED GIRL
District Court Jury Hears Tes
timony in Peculiar Damage
' ,- Suit. '
" : - - .
: William A. Erath, 21 years old,
told a jury in District Judge Les
lie's court yesterday of the exciting
events which happened the night of
January 17, .1919, when Mr. and
Mrs. ; Lewis I Raber returned to
their home on the second floor of
1418 North Eighteenth street and
found him with their 19-year-old
daughter, Emily. ) .
Young Erath walked with a limp,
his left leg being stiff and shorter
than the right one. He is suing
Mr. and Mrs. Raber for $15,000 for
causing the injury.
Mr. Erath testified that he did not
know that Emilyi was' married when
he called upon her. Her parents
sav she is the wife of Owen Miller.
"I arrived at the house about 7:30
in the evening," Mr. Erath, who is
a clerk employed by the Union Pa
cific Railroad company, testified.
"Emily was alone, her parents hav
ing gone out. About 10:30 they re
turned and Mr. Raber said, when he
came into the room, 'Who's here?'
Emily replied, 'A boy.'
"Then he reached for his pocket
as if, he were after a revolver. He
grabbed hold of me and tore off my
pants. I ran through the hall for
the stairs and Mrs. Raber stood at
the top of the steps and tripped
me. I fell to the bottom, breaking
niv leg." ' i
The young man testified that Mr.
Raber later tore his coat and hat.
He said he lay at the bottom of the
steps for half an hour. ,-
He was in the hospital three
months and underwent two opera
tions, he alleges.
War Department Approves
Plan for Esprit de Corps
Washington, Nov. 25. The War
department has approved a plan to
''cultivate in every possible way a
healthy esprit de corps in every oi
' ganization." 1
An official memorandum frou:
General March today calls -ttentioi
of commanding .officers to the im
portance of this element .nd sup
gests , ways in which it can b
strengthened. . "
Regimental flags must be desiguci
so as to perpetuate the" history o
the unit, wars in which it has par
ticipated being indicated by sym
bols. The same devices are to b
used on regimental stationery, pins
watch charms and even on the white
mess jackets of its officers. ,
BOYD TONIGHT w-SL
THE WORLO'HCRALD SAID:
D"A fltrlut yen thoiiK ot mlM.
8uPiiM ll carried t th yolnt ot fci
er4lbl iyitlflotln. On followt tha
folding et tha story with thrllltd ib-
RICHARD FOR THE
BENNETT in DEFENSE
A running Myatary Play by tha Mai Whs
. Wrota "On Trial."
"A plaaavr rawantid tht annliatloa
aa a whola." Baa.
"Stroni at aarratlva. Lacteal la tta haMlna
Ituatloaa. Plat auatafna auspaaia thronoh
NEXT SUNDAY ENTIRE WEEK
RETURN OF THE FAVORITE
OLIVER M0R0SC0 Praaanta
Try MakingYour Own
Yon oaa aave a boot $2, and hare
better remedy than the ready
, made kind. Eaailr done.
If you combined the curative proper
ties of every known "ready-made'
cough remedy, you probably could not
get as much real curative power as
there is in this simple home-made
cough syrup, which is easily prepared
in a few minutes.
Get from any druggiBt 2 ounces of
Pinex, pour it into a pint bottle and
fill the bottle with syrup, usin either
plain granulated sugar syrup, clarified
molasses, honey, or corn syrup, as de
sired. The result is a full pint of
really better cough syrup than you
could buy ready-made for three times
the money. Tastes pleasant and never
1 This Pinex and Syrup preparation
gets right at the cause of a cough ana
gives almost immediate relief. It loos
ens the phlegm, stops the nasty throat
tickle and heals the sore, irritated
membranes so gently and easily that
it is really astonishing.
A day's use will usually overcome
the ordinary cough and for bronchitis,
croup, hoarseness and broncmai astnma,
there is nothing better.
Pinex is a most valuable concen
trated comDOund of eenuine Norway
pine extract, and has been used for
generations to break up severe coughs.
To avoid disappointment, ask your
druggist for "2Va ounces of: Pinex"
with full directions, and don't accept
anything else. Guaranteed to give ab
solute satisfaction or money promptly
refunded. The Pinex Co, Ft. Wayne,
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With FLORENCE ROCKWELL
and tha SINGING HAWAII AN3
Evanlaia, S0e-2: Sat Mat.. 30o-SI.M.
Wad. Matloaa, SOo-tl.
(it Cnan Bo Onfy)
. "Omaha 'a Fua Canter"
tQl f ?l7l DtaT Mat l-25-50e
JpKtfJlTvVSEvBfS., 2S-StV7S. $1
Hera's Rasa on for Thankagfrtof
JAS. E. ClftlJT.CrrDC Musical
COOPER'S IUni"tCH Burleaque
With CORN-FED GUS FAY In a Gay, Gid
dy, Gambol Through Girl-Land. Corking
Seat and Big Beauty Chorus, Grand Holi
ay Matinee Thankigiving Day at 3:00.
LADIES' DIME MATINEE WEEK DAYS
Bat. Mat We: Little Bobby Barry:
"Melds Ot America."
OMAHA POULTRY ASSOCIATION
Will Hold Its 6th Annual Show at
tha Auditorium .
November 24th to 30th
RABBIT SHOW IN CONNECTION
J. W. Welch, Pres.
) Arthur- L. Edson, Secy.
I I I X. j I rir r '" vv Mr
. Keepa The
Soft and velvety. Money back If not en
tirely pleased. Nadine la pure and harm
less. ' Adheres until washed oft Preventa
sunburn and return of discoloration.
MUliona oi delighted users prove its value.
Flesh, Pink. Brunette, White. , At luax
loOst ceaatacs.1 U they kaftal it. Waaa Nc
Natkaaal Toilet Compear, Parle, Tessa,
Sal ' by ' Bharmaa sV MoCoaaell Drut
Storaa. Baalaa Drue Co.. 15th an Famaai.
and others. . ' ...
Today Mat., 2i30
I Laat 2 Times
The Season'a Gayest Musical Comedy
MY SUNSHINE LADY
A Tuneful Tale of Leve Life Youth
Beauty Laughter and Song.
Nights 50c to $2 Mat.. -fiOc, 75c, $1.
Three Days, Starting
Tomorrow Afternoon '
Listen Lester Irti&sSSJ
Nlghta 50c to $2 Mate., 50c to $1.50
TMl aCST IN VAUOC VILLI
JfLIUS TANNEN; ALICE 4
JAMES TEMPLETONj MRS. JENE
HUGHES; SYBIL VANE; SEVEN
"HONEY BOYS'-j Maleta- Bonconi;
Bob Tip Co.; Topics of the Day;
LAST TIMES TODAY
CHALFONTE SISTERS la an slaborste
deserlstlw Dancing and Singing Novelty Act:
VALENTINE FOX: SYLVIA MORA A CO.:
REGAN AND JORDAN; snd WILLIAM RUS
SELL In his Photoplay, "EASTWARD HO":
alto MACK SWAIN COMEDY OUTING
CHESTER: PATHE NEWS.
These theaters have installed an Oxo-Gas
oil-burning heating apparatus at considerable
expense to make their patrons as com
fortable as usual.
'Weavers of Speech'
40th and Hamilton :
DON'T MISS IT
Two Omaha Telephone
Operators Playing the
A Local Production
By the : . ,
Nebraska Telephone Co.-
48 of the first 50
trucks are still running after 8 years
They met the various road and operating re
quirements of 48 owners in many different busi
nesses in many different cities. .
, CI WL "L
TVT Of sd by the
INUi cAJ George D.Bar
nard Company of St. Louis for
short haul work and in 8 years has
never missed a day's operation be
cause of mechanical difficulty. It
has made extraordinary records for
economical operation. - ' '
Its total mileage is scarcely 50,000
miles, ' and it should continue in
service for many more years before
showing signs of wear.
Standardization effects big,
; economies. You can' t stand
ardize with a truck which is
constantly changing design.
Such trucks have no history
v of success behind them,
WHY PIERCE-ARROW ? K
; . 1. Delivers more work in a given time.
. 2. Loses less time on the job and off the job.
3. Costs less to operate and less to maintain. .
. v . - . 4. Lasts longer depreciates lesp and commands ' , -
,' - " ' a higher resale price at all times. r
J. T. STEWART MOTOR CO.
2048-50-52 Farnam St. Omaha, Neb.
Write for booh "The First Fifty"
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PYROS .possesses the most wonder
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ideal treatment for all pyorrhetical
conditions and the teeth and gums.
PYROS is endorsed, used and pre
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where. Sherman & McConnell Drug
Co., Merritt's Pharmacy, Green's
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Rex Beaeh'a Fameua Story,
Exciting, Thrlllinf, Interesting.
Lyons-Moran Comedy: "Who'a Their
Order Eerg reen Blankets Now
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i Omaha Dentists i j
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I Open Evenings Till 8 P. M. . Sundays, 9 to 12. "m I
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2 ? NOTICE: Out-of-town patrons can have work completed ?
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AKOU.N0 WHEN AN AD IX THE BEE; WILL SELL IT.'
Special rates to 'students.
D. 4121. 1905 Farnam St.
Dr. Klnajmari'e Asthma Remedy
60c at all dniavi'. , Avoid all substitutes.
Trial Treetment Mailed Free. Write t Dr.
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