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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBER 8, 1912.
Gains 8 Lbs.
ECHOES OF THE ANTE-ROOM
111 30 DayS j Progressive Woodman Elected Yen-
eraoie uonsui ot Magnolia uamp.
50o Package of Hemarkablo Flesh
Builder, Protone, Sent Free to
Prove What It Will Do.
rrotofto Will Hake You Klce and IMump.
It 1s astonishing to nee the effect
produced by tho new flenli-lin'reaner,
Protono. To rut on real, solid, healtliy
flesh, at tho rato of a pound a day. Is
ot at all remarkable with tho new
Protono Induces nutrition, Increases
cell-growtb. innkes porfert tho asnlmll
ntlon of food, strensthens nerves, In
creases blood eorpUMcles. builds up safe
ly and quickly, muscles and solid,
healthy flesh, and rounds out tho figure.
Kor women who novor appear stylish
In anything becuuso of thinness, Pro
tone Is a revelation.
Tho regular $1.00 size of Protone Is for
pale by all ilruiiirlsts. or will bo mulled
direct, upon receipt of prlre. by The Pro
tono Co., 4064 Protono Hlds;., Detroit,
It costs you tiothlnir to prove tho re
markable effects of Protone. It Is non
Injurious to tho most delicate system.
JThe Protono Company will send you on
receipt of your namo snd address, a
free tOe parkace of Protono. with full
Instructions, to prove that It does tho
work, also their book on "Why You Aro
Thin," free of charge?. Riving factH which
will probably astonish you. Bond coupon
Dciow with your noma nnu anurcss.
PYTHIANS TO DISCCSS THE WAR
Ivy CnniP) Hoynl lahhor of
Amrrtcn Jlolils Klrctlon Wednes
day I-lrrnlns; nnil Chnnsrs
Mnrr Ft Mnrrrll Ornele,
Free Protone Coupon
It will cost you nothing to prove
the remarkable effects of this treat
nvent Tho Protono Company will
send to anyono a frco 60c package
of Protone. If they will fill out this
coupon and enclose 10c In stamps or
silver to help covor postage. They
will also send with It full instruc
tions and their book on 'Why You Are
THE FROTOOT3 COMFANT,
40B4 Proton Slag. Detroit, Xiob.
Namo i ,
Magnolia camp No. 1833, Modern Wood
mon of America, hold an enthusiastic
meeting and elected officers for the endu
ing year as follows: E. 8. Crltchfletd,
venerable consul; II. T. Meyer, worthy
advisor; J. II Houchln, clerk; II. A.
Ilunqulst, banker: W. A. Heck, escort;
Dim .ynn. guard; Fred Ilasch, sentry;
King William Ilombeck, manager Miff'
nolla enmp, has been one of the strongest
Insurgent enmps In Omaha against the
new rntes adopted bv tho last head camp,
nhd has lost more members from lis
ranks that nil the other Omaha camps
combined. A peculiar freak In selecting
a head officer developed when K. B.
Critchfleld was elected venerable comul
against his opponent, Kelly McCombs.
During tho last year Mr. McCombs, who
occupied the venerable consul's chair.
was tho louder for the Insurgents nnd
was supported by nlmost the entire mem
bership In his fights against tho now
rntes. Mr. Critchfleld wps the only
member of the camp who made an open
fight In support of the new rates and was
defeated In every contest during the year
when defending the head camp officers
on tho grounds that they worn acting
upon honest motives In raising the rates
ifflclent to perpetuate tho order. In
the preliminary contest Crllchfleld asked
the members not to voto for him and told
them If they did he would punish them
by compelling tho order to Initiate 100
now members during tho coming year.
Tho meeting closed with much enthusiasm
for tho future.
Arennnni ISIrcts Officers.
At the annual meeting Thursday of
Union Pacific council, Royal Arcanum,
the following officers were elocted: I3oyd
Dysort, regont; William Von ICroge, Jr.,
vIcoTegent; If. C. Btafford, orator; Wil
liam M. McKay, secretary; A. C. Ilocd
coltectpr; W. D. Counsman, treasurer; U.
W. nilxt. chapftiln; J. W. Welch, guide;
C. Phelps, warden; C. A. Graves, sen
try; V. C. Ilennet, orranlst; Herbert Wil
liam Johnson, trustee. II. C. Hoerncr
becomes sitting past regent following his
term as regent. '
Tho council will give a card and daiic
Tim remilnr tl.00 slso of Protono la for
pale In -Omaha uy mierman t nicuonneii
Drug Co., 102 B. I6th St.; 21th and Knr
nam 8L: Owl Drug Co.. 324 8. 16th Bti
Beaton Drue Co.. H01 Farnnm 8t.; Loyal
pharmacy, 207 N. 16th Ht.; noil Drug
po., 1216 Karnam St.
Porchanco thoro !b Bomo ono who
locs not know nbou "Soventy'
Wo onto moro rollerato, that (or
Coughs, Colds, Grip, Influenza, Cold
'In tho Hoad, Bronchitis, nnd Sore
Throat, or for any form that a Cold
jnay tako; Pains In tho Head, Back,
tfbr Limbs, Congestion, Inflammation,
-.or Fovor, Dr. Humphreys' "Sovonty
"oven" Is supremo.
Taken at the first feeling, It will
break up a Cold at once.
It you wait, till you begin to cough
"ttnd sneezo it may take longer.
A small vial ot pleasant pellets,
Silts tho vest pocket At your Drtig-
jgtst 25c, or mailed,.
Humphreys' Homeo. Medlcfte Co., 16ft
William St, Now York. Advertisement
lows Hall association will be' held next
Wasa lodge No. IS3 will have degree
work next Wednesday night
Danncbrog lodge No. 216 wilt have work
In the first degree next Friday night
Gov, Morehead May
Not Come Soon to
Meet Pie Hunters
, There are many disappointed democrats
in Omaha at present, because Governor
elct Morehead did not make his appear
ance In Omaha last week. Those who
want appointments at his hands have
been looking for him all week and yet
he has not appeared In the city. Now
comes word from the governor himself
In' letters to tome of the aspirants that
indicates that ho does not even expect to
be In Omaha very soon. Blnce he has
not come and does not appear to be com
ing soon, none of the democrats are wilt
ing to claim credit for starting the rumor
that he was coming. Iast week they
whispered about that he would be In
Omaha during the early part of this
week. Monday they looked for him Tues
day. Tuesday they looked for him
Wednesday. Each day they told the
hotel clerk they were expecting him, and
the hotel clerk In turn conveyed the In
formation to others who inquired for
him. All this time it develops the gov
ernor was not contemplating coming
very seriously. One of the office seekers
has a letter from tho governor Iated
December 2 In which he remarks, "Ap
pointments will not be made for some
time yet." In another sentence he says
something about being glad to see soma
of tho applicants, "should I be In
Omaha," all of which Is .taken to mean
that he has no immediate intention of
being in Omaha, i
TIMELY RBALESTATE GOSSIP
Realty Business at High Pitch of the
Year and Activity Everywhere.
BIO RECORD FOR CITY GROWTH
Wick Groesto Jail on
Charge of Contempt
AI. Wick, one of the proprietors of the
Wick & Moore saloon, waa fined SS0 and
costs and sentencod to twenty-five days
in the county Jail by Police Judge Foster
for contempt of court. Unless Wick's
attorney, A. 8. IUtchle, procures In dis
trict court a supersedeas writ or writ of
error Wick will have to pay th ne and
servo out the sentence, "hw secure a par
don from tho mayor wilt be Impossible,
as he wan tried and convicted on a court
charge and not under any city ordinance.
The spectflo charge against Wick was
Ing party complimentary to their women I that whe three men arrested In a raid
Wednesday. Both floors of Chambers' on W'CK Moore 8 saloon and released
on Dona laiiea to appear in court he pro
duced dummies who pleaded guilty, patd
moll fines and recovered the bond
Mr. IUtchle eald he at once would go
Into district court with an application for
a supersedeas or a writ of error. Such
an application is in the nature ot an ap
peal. If the application is granted the
execution of Judge Foster's sentence will
be suspended until the district court has
passed upon the case.
Judge Foster personally conducted the
trjal of Wick. Tho prosecution was fin
isneu i obi weex ana tne aerenite took a
continuance until today, that more wit
nesses might b brought into court.
flays He Can Apnea!.
Tn arguing the case Attorney lUtchlo
cited several Judicial opinions to prove
that a cose such as Wick's may be ap
pealed on a supersedeas pr a writ of
error. He endeavored to Impress this
fact upon the Judge and expressed no
astonishment when the Jail sentence and
heavy fine were lmnosed.
Calling Wlok up before tho bar. Judge
Foster in plan terms told him he was
guilty of contempt and he had violated
tne conxiaence of the court.
Wick was the only witness who testi
fied In his behalf. He told briefly that
he did not know tho three men who re
ceived, the bond money were imuostors.
Harry Zlmman, attorney for tho three
men arretted in the raid on the Wick &
Moore saloon three weeks ago Saturday
night,- and who were Impersonated in
ponce court the following mocntng by
Storey and the two Lyons, asked the
Judge to grant him an order for the $17.50
duo his clients and which was collected
by the threa dummies Wick brought be
fore' tho judge. Judge Foster said ho
would take the matter under considera
academy at Twenty-fifth and Farnam
have been secured for the occasion.
Ivy Cntnp Electa.
Ivy camp No. 2, Royal Neighbors ot
Amorlcn, met Wednesday, December 4,
and elected tho following officers:
Oracle, Mary F. Morrcll; vice oracle,
"rnnclH nieglemeyer; chancellor, Fannie
Cowger; recorder, Badlo Idmundson; re
ceiver, Louisa McLaman; marshal,
Gladys Morrell; Inner sentinel, Frances
Mooro; outer aentlnal. Lena Miller;
board of managers, Mary Allen and
Ivy camp will have a class adoption
and social Wednesday, December 18.
Mrs. loulse Mctarnan entertained the
following officers at dinner November 21:
Mrs. O'Cook, Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Edmund-
son, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. O'Conor and Mrs.
Allen, also Mrs. Dukes as a Visitor.
PrnKresslve lllith Five
A grand ball and progressive high-five
party will be givon at Prof. Macklo's
dancing academy, 1S16 Harney street, on
Wednesday evening by Omaha council
No. 1293, Knights and Ladles of Security,
lllrct CaoteV Officers.
Qeorgo Custer circle, Women's Itellaf
Corps No. tt, will elect officers next Tues
day aftornoon at Qrand Army of the
Republic hall in the court house.
Solve llnlknn Problem.
Nebraska lodge No. I, Knights ot
Pythias, will discuss tho war situation In
Europe Wednesday and will proceed to
solve the problems that have been per
plexlng the powers of Kurope.
Achates to CSIve Dsniie,
Omaha lodge No. 1, Royal Achates, will
give a dance In Iiurlght hall Tuesday
night Election ot. officers will be held
Tuesday night, December 17. A good at-
tendance Is requested.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
Omaha lodge No. S will have work in
tho first degree noxt Friday night
Tho amusement and plcnlo commutes
w".l gtvo a danco at Odd Fellows' hall,
South Omaha, next Thursday evening.
Jonathan loduo No. 22J will put on the
second degree work next Friday night
The monthly meeting ot the Odd Pel
FACE ALL RED SPOTS
WM. J. BOEKHOFF
Phono Douglas 119
SECOND IDEAL CRUISE
S. S. CLEVELAND
Leaving Sn Fr&ncUce Feb. 6
VJ.lt famous CI Mm and OoustrUi a
utUItal trmlilp wUlch kmc si jour
JtoteL Every luxury and romfjft Iru-jini.
Hi DAYS $650 and up
ladotla all twetsaary eiptues sSot( aud
ak. rllj, cirritce. liottli. rMt,
feu I saw railroad (area to sad (rota year
01 Ur Wf tn lt Oritmt. tU TTftt
sffat. Paaana fal Halt ant IfyZt, (,
Writ or Ulutnic (Mile.
K.O , lfattkloliih HI., .OklrMKti, III,,
4f wr UVCHI AlVHlIt
Bad Little Girl
Esther Johnson, assistant truant of
fleer, has discovered that In her'ltne ot
work one must have, among other qua!
Itles, the faculty ot a sprinter, since
three times did Jlttle 11-year-old Alice
Smuurt of Nineteenth and Manderson
streets outdistance her when she tried
to nab her to brlnt her before the Juve
nue auinonues. utile Alice has ac
quired the bad habit ot getting small
sums ot money which do not belong to
her. Ten dollars she is charsed with
taking from her teacher and X3 from her
mother. Three times did Miss Johnson
slip up on a group of children at play In
the hope ot surprising the girl, but each
time Alice espied her and ran out ot her
reach. Then other tactics were employed.
Rubbed and Scratched. Would Cry John Cftrvr onB of the truant officers,
and rret. Used Uuticura boap
I MS mm n . a a a
and uintment. race Uot Well,
63! N. 6th St., Terra Haute, lnd. ".My
little nephew, a boy of four years, had a
breaking out on bis face. It was little red
spots at flirt the sa would
rub and scratcU sad water
butters would form and
wherever tbs water would
run snouier would cosas
until nla face was covered
with tbeaa. Re would cry
and fret Bis soother got
somo medicine, but It did
not do any good. He would
scream and cry and say it
hurt We hardly knew him.
his llttls face waa all red
spots and bUiters. So I
begged bun to let ma put
soma Outlcun Ointment on them. The
next morning I mads a strong soap suds
with Cuticura Boap and washed his face la
the warm suds. The little bllatera burst by
pressing the cloth on them. After I had
his face washed, I put the OuUcura Oint
ment on and in a short time his little fees
was all red and dry. I kept using the Cuti
cura Soap and putting on the Outlcura
Ointment and at face got wwll and It did
not leave a scar. Ho was entirely cured hi
about one week sad a half.4 (rUeael) liaa
Arthur II a wort. Jan. 10, 1913.
A atnslo cake of Cuticura Soao umA smbt at?
Outimra Ointment are often suAdent whs
went to the home early In the morning
when he found the child in bed. Judge
Kennedy had a long talk with her and
had her, placed In the Rlrerview Home
for a time.
Suit for Damages
Result of Acoident
Dr. William I Shearer and Mrs.
Bhearer are being sued for 110,000 dam
ages in district court by John T. Mar
shall, a 10-year-old boy, who alleges they
ran him down In their automobile. The
suit Is brought through the boy's father,
John A. Marshall, sr. The accident Is al-
lefred to have occurred at Thirteenth and
Hamilton streets November 33, this year-
It Is charged the car waa moving eigh
teen miles an hour and the lad was per
STUDENTS MAKE CRADLE
FOR KINDERGARTEN TOTS
Manual training students as Cass school
have demonstrated their efficiency in
carpentry by constructing a unique
cradle for tbs Cass kindergarten doll.
The cradle Is constructed without the use
ot nails. It was given the little tats In
the kindergarten as a Christmas present,
The kindergarten doll 1 the pride of the
little children, who think it la a rill
all else has faJted. Cuttew Soap sd Oiat- wonderful doll. It belongs to the entire
seent are sold eierywhare. Sample eVeack
(Billed free. 1ih 32-p. 8kla Book. Address
postcard "Outiettra. Dec. T, Best."
l-Tender-racad men eheuld ua Cuticura
lean saaaviac BaleV. sxe. suiaiai
I class and each klndergartner
equal right to caress It,
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
Omaha rrobnhlr Stands First In
nxatnples of Ilenltby Oromth,
Jinny Instances of Advance
ment llrlnsr Cited.
IJko Nebraska corn, one can fairly hear
Omaha grow. Bvory day there comes
the announcement of further expansion
and those who have been In the city
only In the last four years undoubtedly
have witnessed the greatest upbuilding
of a city that Is to be found in the United
HtAtas. Ilke the boy, who upon reaching
adolescence, suddenly shoots up to the
fullness of man's growth, has been
Omaha's experience In tho last few years,
and still can be heard the ripping of out
grown cloihea and yet can be seen the
donnage of new raiment
In the last year three buildings cost
ing (1,000,000 each have become a part
of this new raiment, and the order Is
now being taken for another.
The Union Paclflo headquarters build
ing, the Woodmen of the World building,
and the new court house have been com
pleted In Omaha within the year; all ot
which makes a record that Is scarcely to
be equaled by a city any place on the
And In the last five or six years the
Drandels buildings and theaters, the
Koellne building, the City National Bank
building, the Flatlron building, tho Plara
hotel and other good buildings havo
Now things Indicative of Omaha's ad
vancement are being announced every
day. The 1,000,0C0 hotel on the ground
donated by John U. Kennedy and A. D.
Drandels at ICightccnth and Douglas
treets Is now practically assured. One
Omaha business man has declared that
will see thnt the proposition goes
through whether sufficient stock Is sold
In Omaha or not
Some ot tho buildings which also will
be a part ot Omaha's great collection
are now being talked of as well as
built The new Masonic temple at Twen
tieth and Douglas streets, a beautiful
edifice, soon will be completed! while
across tho street from It tho Omaha club
Is expanding. A contract wil bo awarded
this week for a 120.000 to tho bluldlng.
Notice was given In this column a week
ago of another new theater for Omaha
tho Hippodrome, which will be erected
next door to the new hotel. A glance at
Douglas street will suffice to show that
Omaha is making a record in city
The Batrd building, being erecteu Dy ine
Mrnninin Investment company ror tne
Boston Ground Pusnt company, is neor-
lmr completion. Tho Douglas Auaitonum
ulldlng, east ot the American Hippo
drome theater, nns urauijr yruwu i
Th nw EmDress theater at Douglas
and SlxtcenOstreets, In course of con
struction, Is showing Its beauty througn
tho carpenter's framework. And down
below on east Douclas street there are
rumors of another new building.
The Beebe & Itunyan company Is flls-
ousslng plans for a new 200,000 structure
near Eleventh street. An announcement
to this effect may be expected at any
time, as It Is known that the company
has sxeatly outgrown Its present
it la nlmost awe-Inspiring to oDserve
tho worfderful growth.
With Ileal Estate Men.
-roiiniT.on jc. rinrmlchael havo let con
tracts for five bungalows In Clalrmont
addition. All of them have been sold on
tho easy payment plan.
AMr. xr AWmnnn linn nurchased a new
JC.0O0 home nt the northwest corner oi
E ahteenth anu Locust sireem in iuiuui
nlace from Hastings ec ueut".
Another apartment house site has been
sold tn the Poxton tract at Twenty-sixth
and Douglas streets to W. II. Dunham
for 3,KX). This IS tne mira sua wmi u"
been sold In this traci Dy jiusuhbh
P. J. Tobbens, formerly or tne uuraeii
& Tebbens neal Estate company at u
Bee building, has established a real
..,., ntrir nt 7E0 Omaha National bank
building, where he will conduct a general
real estate and insurance Dusineas.
mi. Tieni ftstata exchange has been dls-
niHinir th sublect of advertising. The
numbers should not overlook the tact
that The Bee goes into me nomes wnitn
aro nble to Invest tn real estate. Real
onLntn advertising In The Bee falla on
ground where there aro no rocKs or sanu
Omaha Field Club
George B. Haverstick was elected pres
Ident of the Omaha Field club at
meeting of the directors held at noon at
the Commercial club rooms. Charles A.
doss' was named as vice president and
Harry Morrill as house secretary.
Tho Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newsnaner Advertising is the Itoaa to
Barse Arioaa la Snfr.
CHICAGO. Dec The steam barge
Arizona, for whose safety some anxiety
was felt reached Chicago today after a
perilous trip from Midland, unt. The boat
was sixty hours overdue.
Tuck Him In
Mother, if he coughs. Don
give him a sickening "cough
syrup" but let nun nave as
Good Pay for
a Short Walk
Some people walk for pleasure some for profit. Many
walk two or three blocks when down town and never
think of it. Some walk a couple of blocks say from Far
nam and 16th over to 16th and Howard and save a good
25 on their furniture purchases.
60 FEET FROM HIGH PRICES
We arc out of the high rent district only 60 ft from 16th on Howard,
yet being 60 ft. from 16th saves' us considerable in rent. We are only
60 ft. from the corner just a few steps. But if you make this short
walk, you'll have your eyes opened if you know the value of your money and want to
MAKE EVERY DOLLAR COUNT
Remember the address, 1513-1515 Howard St. This is betweent 15th and 16th Sts.
on Howard St. only GO feet from the corner of 16th only two blacks from Farnam.
Walk these two block and save from one-fourth to one-third on every purchase.
Arranged To Suit
Our credit terms are what you choose
to make them in other words you make
the terms. We havo no set terms. Wo re
quire smaller "down" payments and much
smaller "monthly payments" than any
othor house in Omaha and always leave
It to tho customer to say what he can pay
and when he can pay It.
Bte Monday Special.
made, Rood size
cial, this sale ...
H "I! Itlsl4.ssi JsTI TH
SOLID OAK TABLE
I FZM fl.75 JUL
jr TO SUIT.
Made of solid oak, goldon,
Early English or fumed fin
ish, well con- Jm M "tC
structed. largo Mml9
nffarlntr thin haIa. "
PEDESTAL EXTENSION TABLE
Heavy, substantial table, made 'of
lected solid oak; different finishes, splen
POWERFUL BASE BURNER
Here's an exceptionally flno
Heater for the money; silver
nickel trimmings; extra size
flues in base and up the back
Increase radiating' surface, pro
duces more heat with less coal
than any base burner of equal
price on the marketr wonder
fully economical; patent grate,
magazine feed, draft registers
and other features. It's a
economical vQ7 Ih
heater. Special ift J f f U
price only "
Other styles and sizes .
$21 to $65
REMEMBER THE ADDRESS-BETWEEN 15th AND 16th STS.
1513-15151 tSikAfl A! 1513-1515
Howard St. I i II il tM Wl Howard St.
as tne teaspoon will hold.
More in the morning, and so
on three times a day until
cough and soreness in the
throat are gone, and continue
a little longer.
Children love Ozomulsion.
It makes them fat and strong.
Will You Not QIv Your
LlttU On a Chanc?
II os. MA, DRUGGISTS ( ot
for the Winter
You can play the game
with added zest in the
bracing air of Sunny
A perfect climate fine hotels, theaters
and shops splendid roads for motoring a
real winter playground with seaside resorts
btit a few hours away.
Fer free beskUt and smy latensaUeti
afcetrt aceemmetatlms writs
OHAXBcm r csxKimcK,
Sam Aatesl. Tieaaaa.
Plump brown bottle with S oc sample
free If you write to Oxoinulslou, bis
PsarJ St. New Tork.
The way to go is via the Katy
Limited trains from St Lotus and Kansas City
TtoYkty Hv&l? and JhcIy'7ff&? coyer the
distance in the quickest time, with the greatest com
fort Trains from yoer city make good connections
at St Louis or Kansas) City with these fast,
dependable tratssi. equipped wltk all the lux
uries of travel.
Fer faree, bertbs er any trarel tafermatic.
ask year aearest agest, er write
Geo. A. McNutt, District Passenger
Agent, 805 Walnut St., Kansas Oity,
Mo., or W. S. St. George, General
Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Mo.-
Everybody reads Bee want ads