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MAY GIVE STREET TO CITY
Arcade to Be Run from Farnam to
Harney Near Twenty-Fourth.
MAY BE LINED WITH STORES
Kxcnvntlon la Norr Ilelng; Mnil
Fromnlrrn Bar They Hopf t
IIptp the ConRMCnn on
The arcade which 1 being excavated
from Farnam to Harney street. US feet
west of Twenty-fourth street Is to be
tried out by the owner. C. W. Partridge
of I.os Angeles, and If found to relieve
tho congestion of Twenty-fourth street,
will be dedicated to the city.
The Harrison nnd Morton company Is
now repairing the property nnd besides
one story concrete stores facing Farnam
street, the narrow drive will be run
through to Harney street. The plan Is
similar to the arcade arrangements car
ried out In the city planning of Los An
geles and Cleveland. The drive will prob
ably later bo lined on the west side with
small stores and fancy shops, while the
Millard property which extends from the
drive to Twenty-fourth street Is being
considered as a site for a new Jl.OOO.OOT
C V. Harrison, who Is a member of
the city planning committee of the Omaha
Ileal Estate exchange, has been endeav
oring for some time to bring about the
widening of Twenty-fourth street. Ho
says that such a project will sooner or
later have to bo carried out by the city
and that now Is the time It should bo
"V ahnnlil lint wait Until the CllV
grows up and bin buildings are erected j
along tho street that no doubt will have
to bo torn down. Twenty-fourth street Is
tho section line and the car lines now
mako It a natural assembling point. The
alrdomo theater on tho corner last sum
mer proved this. Wo aro putting this ar- j
cade through the block In the belief that
It will relievo the congestion at the cor
ner of Twenty-fourth and Fnrnam streets,
which Is only fifty-four feet wide. Such
a plan has been thought of by Mr. Part
ridge for several years. He formerly
lived In Omaha and has a great deal or i
clvlo pride, if the arcade or terrace does
what he thinks it wilt do, It will bo dedi
cated to the city."
UNION PACIFIC SHOWS
BIG DECREASE IN ACCIDENTS
Itosults gained from the Union Pacific'
active campaign and heavy Investments In
automatic electric block aufety signals,
good equipment, rirst-class roadway nnd
double track, aided by good men and good
discipline. Is most readily displayed In a
chart Just turned out by the railroad
showing the number of accidents of the
present tlmo Compared with those of 1WB,
when the real world, of making the Union
Pacific the safest road iln existence, bo
This chart shows the number of acci
dents, regardless of injuries or fatalities
to passengers, of any train which the
run, no matter how small the affair may
be, the accident being- divided In tho
months of tho year. The greatest con
trast is between the months of August,
1103, and the August of tho present year.
Twenty-six mishaps are recorded In the
former aV compared to threo In tho latter.
The entire chart, with ono or two ex
ceptions, shows It b- accidents every
month than the month u'r.foro. Theso
charts will be printed In large num
bers and are to b placed In every ticket
etntlon and offlco of the Union r-aclflo
throughout the United Htatcs, Hesldo
reducing the number of accidents with
their splendid equipment this rond holdi a
court of Inquiry to determine tho cause
nnd responsibility In each cae nnd re
ports, the Information promptly to those
who can judge or remedy the affair.
O'CONNOR FAVORS GIVING '
ELECTION CLERKS MORE PAY
County Commissioner Thomas O'Con
nor of South Omaha declares there Is not
a word of truth In the report that hu
-will oppose granting additional pay to
Judges nnd clerks of the lato general
election on account of the long hour and
hard work they had to put In.
"I never said I was opposed to giving
additional pay," said Mr. O'Connor. "I
never said anything that could be mis
understood as meaning that. I am In
favor of giving them double pay because
I think they earned it If anybody ever
earned anything, My attltudo In tho
board meeting when wo take that matter
up, and my voto will show where I stand."
All the county commissioners seem dis
posed to grant the election officials extra
SAVIDGE HAS MOVIES FOR
HIS SUNDAY NIGHT SERVICE
Itev. Charles W. Bavldge, pastor of thai
People's church, has Installed a motloif
picture machine In his church. lectutt
on Bible topics, illustrated with motion
pictures and scenes from the Holy Land
will be given on Sunday evenings.
Tha highest point of woman's hap
pines Is reached only through moth
erhood, In the clasping of. her child
within her anna. Yet tho mothor-to-be
is often fearful of nature's ordeal
and hrlnks from the sufforlng inci
dent to ita consummation. But for
nature's Ills and discomforts naturo
provides remedies, and In Mother's
Friend is to bo found a mcdlcino of
great valuo to OTery ozpectant mother.
It Is an emulsion for external
application, composed of ingredients
which act with beneficial and sooth
tafc effect on thoso portions of tho
system involvod. It Is intended to
prepare tho system lor the crlBls, and
thus relieve, in great part, the suffer
lug through which tho mother usually
passes. Tho regular use of Mother'
Friend will repay any mother In the
comfort it affords before, end the help
ful restoration to health and Btrength
it brlnga about after baby corner.
Mother's Friend 1
era -which contains much valuable
information, Bnd many suggestions of
HAMWD UCUUTOR CO.. AtW. G.
Water Board Goes in for
Grand Opera; Howell Stars
Since De Wolf Hopper ami his troupe of
irrami opera stats eanie, colleated a right
smart sum of money for captivating the
crewd, ami left, the Omaha Water board
hn moped about In a sadly rcmlnlocen
tlal manner. President 'Milton T. Harlow
vows that ''latlenee," "The Pirates of
Punsancr'- ami "Tho Mikado" were highly
sanitated and ultra-elevating shows, "nnd
some of the high-brow employes of the
board, moro accustomed to the Psalms of
David than modern grand oporn, arts
whistling sorry medleys. Their rehearsals
are Infrequent, but their ardor Is un
dying. However,, Water Commissioner Howell
Is entitled to the headlines, for he plays
lhn star role, leading off In a reckless,
rollicking rumble of a voice that almost
losoa Its political, but polished timbre:
On a bank by a river a llttlo tom-llt
Sang willow, tlt-wlllow, tlt-wlllow;
I said to him: "Dickey bird, why do you
Blngtmf willow, tlt-wlllow, tlt-wlllow7
"It Is weakness of Intellect, birdie," I
"Or a lather tough worm on your little
Insldo?" , , .
But with a shake of lls poor tlitle head
O, willow, tlt-wlllow, tlt-wlllow.
Tly tho time he has finished this selec
tion the fine frenzy begins to possess Mr.
COUNTY JAILMAY BE CLOSED
Commissioners Will Probably Lock it
Up and Keep it Vacant.
CONTRACTOR WANTS HIS PAY
It U lleelnred hr AreJhltect I.rtcncr
thnt Construction in Not Up tu
the Npeclflctlonn In the
I'rnbabllltr of n legal battle between
the countv nnd the I'aillv Jail Iiulldlng
company over construction of and pay
ment for tho now county Jail, has been
Increased by actions taken by tho county
und the company,
In a communcltalon to tho itoara 01
County Commissioners the company de
mands Immcdlato settlement aim pa
mcnt of tho contract price; it criticizes
the board for months' delay In nitber ap
proving or rejecting tho Jail work.
Finally, tho Palily company says tnal
unli'jks tho county Bottles by November
a and It will lock up tho Jail nnd keep
the keys until settlement is mado.
Lntenser flics Heport.
John 1-ntennnr. county building archi
tect, filed with the hoard of County Com
missioners his report of his latest Inspect
ion of the Jail. Tho report enumerates a
dozen Items In workmanship and design
In which tho Jail does not meet tho spe
cifications, in the architect's opinions, air.
Latonscr notes that these are Items to
which the company's attention was cauen
last July, when It claimed the Jail was
II, It. Miller, the Jail building company's
ri.nri.Milatlvi-. kbvs tho Items are) unlm-
iKirtant and Inconsequential. Mr. Lutvn-
ecr says aomo, ol mom are, ui umvi
arp of great conacuuence and should be
trv'JKht up to specifications.
The hoard will act upon Mr. Lntenser'a
r.nnri Mmulav. nunrovlnic it und voting
not to pay for the Jail until tho work I
brought up to spoclflcutlons.
Then It will be the Pauiy company a
DIVORCED COUPLE IS
TO REMARRY MONDAY
Vnin it. linrton. a partner ot the de
funct fJoln-Horton Clothes shop and now
IdwitlfU-d with llrownlng, King & Co.,
ui . mnrrled to Mrs. Agnes llorton.
hlii former wife. Tha wedding probably
will take Placo Monduy. Mr. Horton Is
4 Mm Horton is S9.
Neither Mr. Horton nor Mrs- Horton
would discuss tho coming remarriage
Itoth, however, seemed qulto happy. Mrs.
Horton was granted a decree or aivorco
nhntit two years ago. Mr. Horton did
not contest the cose. Extreme cruelty was
charged by Mrs. Horton. the Nebraska
iir.ttitMtlm- divorce unless this
chargo Is made. Incqmputabtllty was the
real cause of the dlvorcn, hlnco then the
pair have come to looK at uungH aim ai
each other differently, heneo tho recon
CONTRACT LET FOR CHANGING
W. 0. W. BUILDING INTO HOTEL
The. contract for remodeling tho old
Woodmen of the World building into the
Carlton hotel has been awarded to ltobert
Iiutko. who will mart Immediately to
put in 150,000 worth of repairs and altera
tions. The office of the hotel will bo placed
In the center of the lower fkjor and rooms
with baths will be built tn the upper
floors. The lobby of the new hotel will
the handsomuly decorated and a marble
stairway will load from it to tho second
floor, John McOonald, tho architect, lias
finished the plans for alterations and also
drawings for a 110,000 garage, which will
be built an the lot east ot tho building.
MEDLAR BOOSTS FOR THE
HOTEL MEN'S MEETING
I. A- Medtar has Just roturncd from the
n.uiinv .if l hi. Nnrtliwest Hotel Men's
association meeting, which was In session
all this week In Kanfaa city, no repre
sented tho Omaha hotels at tho meeting
In company with Miss A. It. Mills of tho
Hotel Horn. Hu said hp put In a strong
hnnn ter tliu 7Chrakka-Iowa hotel clcrkV
convention, which will be held In Omaha
Dectmber t and C Ho says a large num
tini. nf the nianauers of the larger hotel
In the west will be In attendance at tho
meeting next month. Home aimer, wno
was a delegate from Omaha, also was
unable to go to tho meeting, but sent
Miss Mills as his alternate.
DESPONDENT OVER LOSS OF
JOB COLLINS KILLS SELF
Despondency caured by the lots of his
position several days ago is given as
the causa of the suicide ot Sam Collins
ettcrday lit a rooming houto at Sil
South Thirty-first street. Collins has
been working for a house moving concern
and last Monday was fired.
Since that time ha had been dr.nklng
heavily. Hu went to hl room Friday night
at It o'clock Intoxicated and turned on
two gas Jets In his room. When the
landlady awoko this morning at 6 o'clock
she smelted gas fumes and found Collins
lying across his bed dead.
Howell. He can remember half "The
Mikado." Ho says he learned It years
and year ago In Washington on the
night of the day he had passed an exam
ination at Annapolis. "This part Is good,"
To sit In solemn silence
In a dull, dark dock
In a pestilential prison
With a lifelong lock
Awaiting tho sensation
Of a short, sharp shock !
Of a cheap and chippy chopper
On a big black block.
Loud calls for an encore here and right
off the reel tho water commissioner sings:
Are you old enough to marry, do you
Won t you wait until you're eighty In
There's a fascination frantic
In a ruin that's romantic;
Do vou think thnt you are sufficiently
A. 11. Hunt and Mr. Howell sny the
first grand opern they over saw was
"Pinafore." Hunt says he drove twenty
miles In Vermont way back in 1879 to soo
it. Howell says the most vivid recollec
tion ho has of the first tlmo ho saw tho
opora was when ho bought r. white vest,
so big that he took, three tucks In tho
back, got his shoes shlncd, Invested In a
dish of Ice cream,' and, all dolled up,
strolled nonchalantly to a'gallery seat In
a Washington theater.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Staok-ralooner Co., Undertakers,
lightning- flxtnresJlargeits-Chranden Co
Have Soot Print It Now Deacon Press.
Bailey, the Dentist, City Nat'l. f. ZC!6.
O. A. Llndnusst, tailor... 235 Pax. II lk.
Diamond Loans at 214 and 5 per cent
W. C. Flatau. 1B14 Dodgo St. Iled 6619.
See Roscoe for low rates on diamond
and watch loans. 1522 Dodge. Adver
tisement. Millinery Sals Saturday Wo will
make a specialty of $10.00 hats from our
gorgeous lino of millinery. Lacy & Tre
malne, 1S2S Farnam street. Advertise
ment. Addition to Cemetery The Uohemlan
Comctcry association has bought a two
acre tract of land adjoining the cemetery
at Fifty-fourth and Center streets for
12,000. Part of tho additional property
will bo used to erect quarters for the
Bootlegger Bound Over Deputy United
Statos Marshal John Sides has returned
with Albert Iowa Crowo from Tekamah,
where the latter was found guilty of In
troducing liquor on tho Winnebago In
dian reservation. Crowo was bound over
to tho federal grand Jury In tho sum ot
Woman Hit by Car Walking around
tha rear ot a northbound Denson street
car at Thirteenth and Farnam Htreets nt
11 o'clock yesterday Mrs. It. T. Knuckles,
living at Twenty-first and Madison streets,
in South Omaha, was struck by a south
bound car and seriously injured. She was
tanen to her home In a taxlcab.
to BeJMd Today
The body of W. N. llabcock, general
agent of tin) Lackawanna railroad, who
died In Chicago of pneumonia, will arrive
Mr. llabcock was formerly general
agent of the Northwt-stern In thla city,
but left tho service In 1SS9 to tako a po
sltlon with ono of the Houth Omaha pack.
The body will nrrive from Chicago on
the Northwestern at 12:30 noon and will
be taken to the resldenco of F. P. Kirk
cndall, ST2T Jackson street, where funeral
servlcos will bo held at 2 o'clock. Inter
ment will bo In Forost Lawn cemetery,
C. W. Clmdwlck of the First Church ot
Christ, Scientist, will officiate.
The following will serve as'pallbearers:
Active-John A. Ilrady, Oould Diets, C.
8. Carrier, John Mejlcn, George F. West.
T. M. Orr.
Honorary Q. W. Wattles, Hon. C. O.
Lobcck, Colonel Thomas Hwobo, Z. T.
Lindsay, F. A. Nash. R. R Bruce. E.
Ilucklngham, A, L. Heed. Walter Wood,
Home Miller, F. ColpeUcr, John A. Wake
field. The following railway officials will
come to tho funerul: Mr. and Mrs. V,
3. Flynn, vice president Delaware &
Lackawanna Hallway company, Now
York; Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Crawford,
freight trafflo manager Delaware St
Lackawanna, Now York; Mr, and Mrs.
T, J. McOeoy, assistant general freight
ngent Delawaro & .Lackawanna, Chicago-
it. F. Locke, westbound freight agent
Delaware ft Lackawanna, Chicago; A. B.
Htndman, eaatbound freight agent Dela
ware & Lackawanna, Chicago; J. O. Rob
fts, chief olerk In Mr. Uabcock'a office,
Chicago; Mrs, W. N. llabcock, Mrs. A.
Wilson, Chicago; H. J, Graham, manager
Lackawanna line, Chicago; U. A. Cullen,
passenger traffic manager, Delawaro A
Lackawanna, New York: O, H. Hunt,
commercial agent, Delaware ft Lacka
wanna, fit. Louis; M. J. Naughtqn. com
mercial agent, Delaware St Incknvanria,
Cloveland, O.: Mr, anil Mrs. C, It. Oar
rctt. general western paasengcr agent,
Delaware ft I.ackawnna, Chtcngu.
ATTORNEY WEBSTER'S FEE
NOW BEING CONSIDERED
Water Commission Howell and th
water board have refused to further con"
tlder Attorney John U Webster's bill for
$15,000. for oervlces performed during the
period when tho-general was on & salary
ot J6.000 a year,
"The matter Is dropped." said Mr.
"Tho bill la for services In the same
suit for which Mcltugh was paid, you
remember,' said Mr. Webster,
Two or threo members wanted to com
prom'se on J5.0CO, but this cotirse was do
fcated and the bill was disallowed.
CREIGHT0N HIGH SCHOOL
DEFEATED BY EXCELSIORS
The Crelahton Highs Friday we're de
feated by the Excelsiors by the acorn ot
12 to 10, the game having been won in the
last half. Tho Excelsiors have a much
faster team tlvls year than last and will
no doubt make a record. Anyone wishing
games with this team should communicate
with Art or Joe Mnrun, Douglas S100.
An Auto folllalon
' means many bad bruises, which Buck-
j lan'a Arnica Salve heals quickly, as It
uutra tuitfl, vuh, uurna anu pues. MC
For salo by Beaton Drug Co. AdvertU a-1
SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 17, 1912,
TIMELY REAL ESTATE GOSSIP
Two More Apartment Houses Are to
Jie Jiuilt on Paxton Property,
PRESIDENT MAKES INAUGURAL
llynui IlnstliiKN Addrrnsex HxclinnKc
on l'urwnril .Move to lie- Taken
Want Ilodr to Itcinnln
President Byron Hastings' Inaugural ad
dress to the Omaha Ileal Kstato exchange
roflected the progressive Ideas that have
Inspltcd the forward moves of the or
ganisation during tho last few years. Ho
gave an outline of the policies he hoped to
be pursued by tho exchange during his
presidency and gave koiiio excellent sug
gestions for bettering conditions of tho
city as well as the real catato man. Tho
tone of tho entlro composition seemed to
bo In accord with the sentiments of tha
body which placed him at Its head, and
thoso who heard his statements seemed
to bo "en rapport" with his own mind re
garding policies of betterment and prog
ress. President Hastings' address is hero
given in part;
Our nollav. n hnn l.o.. In .1.,. ...in
tie to co-oteratn with th .....i.
zatlons the Commercial club, the Ad club
.i ""fvemeni aHoclatIons. All of
tlieso bodies nro doing splendid work.
' i. e muBl nave closest relations
Wlln OUr elt V !PfWrrininr. tri.lt .1.1-
change is nonpolltlcal, wo were undoubt
edly to a man In favor of the commission
rorm of government. Our commissioners
wo have every confidence In ond wish tu
Omaha l"vm mo upbuilding of
Afier listening tn h. rii,,n,!M ,.,i.i....
of Mayor Dahlman three weeks ago and
i.io uun iimuc oy air jiyusr mroro tnal,
wo are surety in accord with the worn
they aro doing and believe thai, we can
glVe them aSRtntfrnen In rurrvlni. .m
In the matter of parks and boulevards
wo aro most deeply Interested and in thi
branch of tho clt administration wo must
enu every aiu pogKioie to better oui
boulevard system. Wo have some mug
nltlcent iMirks In Omaha, but are lucking
In boulevards to connect them.
Wo wish alsv to co-operato with the
health department In cutting weeds in
the summer and ppmovlnir annus fm
Rldewalks In tho winter. Tills Is most Im
Ptutniit ami looklnff at it from a wolf Ian
vlowpolnt It is dollars and cents In our
pockets to take caro of property wo own
or aro agents for.
City planning la an Important subject
and Is of tho mpst vital importunco to
uwnera 01 cuy property.
It Is now absorbing tho attention of
tlllnklnir and entumrlHlni? men nnrl woman
of largo communities everywhere. Cities
all over the world are beginning to realize
mai mo in tneso center nus come to u
point whore radical wtepa must bo taken
tu provent cities from strangling them
selves. The noxt session of tho legislature will
soon convene in Lincoln. Our exchange
should watch the different bllltt that
might nrtcct real entate. it will prob
ably be necessary to have a copy of
every bill Introduced mailed to tho chair
man of the publto service committee.
A new charter bill will probably bo In
troduced early In the session. This should
bo gone oVer very thoroughly and assist
ance glvon In order that city Improve
ments can bo mado without going through
too much red tape.
This exchange could not do better than
to appoint a strong committee' to Bee ir
soino capital could not bo Interested tn
lntorurban lines. Our iaty Is growing
very rapidly and there Is lots of money
that could be Interested In a first-class
Investment. And if ono or two Interurban
lines could be built to the west and
southwest It would bo a great benet t to
our clty. r
It would seem that the troublii hns been
lh getting termlnnla In Omaha. If this
can not bo had from tho Omaha Street
Hallway company at reaionah.e figure,
we should .look Into tho franchise of the
Omaha Street IUmwav tximiiimv nn.i
learn ioflnltely when this franciilso ex
pires. v- '
Thero ft) a strong movement all oyer
tho country In" "Hack to the Land," ami
if Intei-urbans were run to Lincoln, Fre
mont anil Calhoun a great many people
could better their condition by belnt; anit
to got' what they rulse easily to market
and at the same time be able to gf to
and from the city. Chuup powr Beems
assured and this will undoubtedly be a
great benent td Omaha real estate.
A big hotel Is ona of tho things that
soma organisation In our city ought tu
get behind and push. I havo every rea.
son to bel.ove that the Omaha Real Ks.
tate exchange la big enough to get bo-
giving in Men's Clothing
ever known in mid season. Cf Will
we meet competition? Indeed we
will, mdrc than half way too. It's
very little trouble for you to compare the style,
quality and workmanship of our offerings with
others and you'll find that the values will support
our slogan Better quality for equal priceEqual quality for
less price. jf Yes, we'll more than meet all legitimate, honest
competition, and what's more we absolutely will not lower the
standard of quality to do so.
In support of this positive assertion we're offering:
i or W
I to $15 value
THE bUHS aro puro wool and worsteds, hand
tailored, plain and stitched edges, in all the
newest prevailing colorings, in the Diagonal
"Worsteds, Silk Mixtures, Sorges, etc., including u
broad range of snappy styles for young fellows, and
moro conservative models for older men many of
the suits have an extra pair of trousers to' match.
A j ft" rHf W're showing a splendid line of $10.00 values in men's and young men's suits
A I t VD 7i ) blue BerSes' fanc' D5agonal Worsteds, Scotches, Cassimeres, etc., all sizes and all
Xlt YU,UU strictly up-to-date models. Don't fail to see them.
We wont the jf
to show you " a "
hind this movement and I am not sure
but what thin, will bo one of the things
that we will want to take up next sum
mer Apartment Sites Sold,
Two apartment house sites of the Pax
ton property at the southeast corner of
Twenty-sixth avenue and Douglas streets
have been sold by Hastings ft Hoyden
to J. Donde, a looal Investor, who Is now
having plans drawn for the apartments.
It will be a double building of twelve
apartments, one facing west on Twenty
sixth avenue and one fronting oast on
i wenty-slxth street, which Is' to be cut
through tho middle of the tract.
Students Pay Honor
to Their President
Students of Crclghton university de
partment of artn assembled in the uni
versity auditorium Friday afternoon and.
gavo a short program in honor of Rev.
Eugene A. Magevney, S. J., whose pa
tronal saint's day occurs today. This day
is known as president's day, and is an
annual holiday for the students.
Tho program included music by the
glee club and a vocal selection by Paul
C. Harrington, accompanied by Vf,
Traynor on the violin and Clemence
Necko on tho piano. James H. Macauley
delivered a congratulatory address to the
president In behalf of the college stu
dents, while Bart J. Kruger spoke In be
half of tho high school department.
President Magevney made a brief ad-
dress to tho students In which he thanked
them for their congratulations In behalf
of tho faculty as well as himself. Ho
concluded by granting the students a holi
day for the following day. ,
James B. Murphy, class '1G, delivered a
poem composed by himself.
MAXWELL IN THE EAST
J. Trultt Maxwell, physical director of
the Young Men's Christian association, is
in Baltimore, Md gathering Ideas for
athletic tournaments this winter. Mr.
Maxwell Is figuring on an athletic meet
of some kind every week during the win
ter, and Is visiting the institutions in
the east. He Is making his headquarters
at Baltimore and will remain there un
MRS. ESTES IS FAILING
' UNDER WEIGHT OF YEARS
Mrs. C. H. Estes, mother of W, J.
Estes, 2811 Bristol street, with whom she
Is making her home, is reported to be
very low and n6t expected to survive
long. She Is S2 years old and, Infirm under
the weight of years. Her husband was N.
T. Estes, who dfed in 1S72, and who for
merly conducted a .hotel at Grand Island.
Tho Estes family has lived In Omaha for
GO TO SIOUX CITY TO
SEE HIGH SCHOOL PLAY
A, T. Klopp and sons, Arthur and Lea
tor, accompanied by W. E. Shepherd,
Wallace Shepherd, Jr., and Billy Harte,
motored this morning tn Kiopp's auto .o
Sioux City, whero they go to attend the
Omaha High and Sioux City High schools
foot ball game. The party will, return
.Movements of Oeenn ,Ster-viers.
rort. ' ArrlveJ. ' Silled.
M5W YOltK. . . ..France.
KT5W YOUK .. nlt!e .....
CHIllSTIANSAND United Sttn,...
PXEMIO...,. i. .America.
QV.RpNHTOWN ...Celtic Adriatic.
untCMXNf K. P. Cecilia....
SAN FIlANCltlCUIttiel Dollar ChWo Mara
SAN FRANCISCO City ot Para
BAN FRANCISCO Iluffalo. ..
MONTREAL... . rretorlan. .....
SYDNT.Y Moaua . , , .
ow, all together for
the biggest bargain
m B V
o $20 value
MAY EXTRADITE BULGARIAN
Louis Laur Accused of Stealing
Money from Omaha Woman.
HE FLEES TO HIS BALKAN HOME
Ilonntett nt the Home of n Well-to-
l)o Womnn, Gained Her Confi
dence nnd 'Unit Free Ac
cess to Her Home.
Longing onco more to visit his birth
place In Austria-Hungary caused the ar
rest of Louis Laur, who stole $951 from
Mrs. Barbara Poppenberger, 2425 South
Twenty-first street, last August, In Magy
arovar last week.
Charges will. be filed against Luar and
ho probably will be brought to Omaha to
stand trial. If Lour Is brought hero ho
will have the distinction of being the
first fugitive to be brought to Omaha
from another country.
Laur boarded with Mrs. Poppenberger
several months early last summer and
was given tho privileges of the entire
house. Mrs. Poppenberger is an eldorly
Healthy Baby is
To make it healthy and keep it
healthy use a reliable
. In splto of the greatest personal caro
and tho most intelligent attention to diet
babies and children will become consti
pated, and it Is a fact that constipation
and indigestion havo wrecked many a
young life. To start with a good di
gestive apparatus Is to start life with
But as wo cannot all have perfect work
ing bowels wo must do the' next best
thing and acquire them, or train them to
become healthy. This can bo done by the
use" of a laxatlve-tonlc very' highly recom
mended by a great many mothers. Tho
remedy Is called Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin, and has been on the market for
two generations. It can bo bought con
veniently at any drug store for fifty
cents or one dollar a bottle, and those
who are already convinced of Its merits
buy the dollar size.
Its mildness , makes It the ideal mcdl
cino for children, and It Is also very
pleasant to the taste. It does not hldo
behind the name of a fruit or a vegetable
and yet it Is genuinely harmless. Very
little of It is required and Its frequent
use does not causa it to lose Its effect as
Is the case with so many other remedies.
Thousands can testify to its merits
in constipation. Indigestion, biliousness,
sick headacho etc., among them reliable
people llko Mr. D. C. Head, Mgr. Head
Drug "Co., Ft. Worth, Tex., father of
Clarence Carroll Head, and Mrs. M. E.
Harman, Esmond, S. D. They keep It
constantly In the house, for every mem-
$1 1 75
THE OVERCOATS are out full 44 to 52 inches
long-with velvet or cloth collars, in both
convertible and shawl styles tho fabrics are
brpwn, blue, black and fancy Kerseys, Novelty
"Ruff cloths Camel's hair finish and Shetland fin
ish cloths Chinchillas, etc.; many of them rainproof
ed; pick out your size and style Mon. at these prices.
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flady and desired to have someone In the
house for company and protection.
She Is well-to-do and owns considerable
property. During tho early part ot
August she drew $1.0u0 out ot the bank to
pay for Improvements made on her prop'
crty. She kept the money In the house
several days hiding It under a cover on
Thinking Laur honest alio told him rr
the money. The next morning Laur waq
gono and so was the money. Mrs. Pop
penberger wrote to a friend In Hungary,
who brought about tho arrest Of the
Steve Maloney says It would be advis
able for Mrs. Poppenberger to have Laut
brought to Omaha for trial. Steve has
always said he would like to "chin" with
the king of Hungary and take a gltmpsn
of the Greeks putting the Turks to flight.
Persistent Advertising Is tho Road to
Tramp Hnn Over by Trnln.
DAVENPORT, la., Nov. 16. An un
identified man, apparently a tramp, was
run over and killed by Rock Island pas
senger train No. 18, eastbound, threo
miles west of Davenport at 12:30 o'clock
this afternoon. He waa about 45 years old.'
CiAJaENCE CAKSOILX. HEAD
ber of the family can use It from Infancy
to old age. The users of Syrup Pepsin
have learned to avoid cathartics, salt'
waters, pills and other harsh remedies,
for they do hut temporary good ond aro
a shock to any delicate system.
If no member of your family has ever
used Syrup Pepsin and you would like'
to make a. personal trial ot it before buy
ing It In the regular way of a druggist.'
send your address a postal will do to
Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 415 Washington St.,
Montlcello, 111., and a free sample bottle'
will be mailed you. Results are always,
guaranteed or money will bo refunded.
BAILEY THE DENTIST
Formerly Paxton Block.
Now 704-710 City National Bank,
16th and Harney Sts.
Personal Attontlon New PalnleBs Methods
Warranted Work Examination and EaMmato
I)U. liUDWIOK, Associate
Open Evenings Till 0 O'clock.
Tel. Douglas 20(10.
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