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ORKIN BROS,' to Sell "ATTERBURY SYSTEM" M blame on howell
CLOTHES for Men at S13.50 SATURDAY
Extensive Preparations Being Made For The Event Some
Nifty Suits and Overcoats.
Ono of the most unusual, If not
the most Interesting store events
that has taken plnco In Omaha for a
Ions time Is Orkln mothers sale of
the famous high pradc ATTKHUt'UY
SYSTKM CLOTHKS for men. next
Tho firm and Its organization Is
making some elaborate preparations
to serve, what promises to bo a
record crowd, in n quick, efficient
and satisfactory manner.
Attorhiiry Clothes, known to all
pood dressers of Omaha as tho very
Heine of the tailors' art, arc made on
lMfth Avenue, Now York, and conse
quently are the last word In fashion,
fit and elegance.
1 Atterbury Clothes have dtstln-
. gulshcd themselves because of their
I oaso and graco. The outlets In tho
neck and sides of the cont and tho
; seat and seams of the trousers, as
suro a proper fit and "hang."
I The shoulders arc worked by hand,
nnd will always have that natural
roundness so much desired by those
, who nro particular about their dresi.
Tho suits formerly sold at $25.00,
$30.00 and up to $40, but Saturday
Orklns place them on sale suit or
overcoat at $13.50 for a choice of
I any In the entlro assortment.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Hums' Celebration January 27.
Stack-ralcotier Co., Undertaken.
Rave Root Print It Now Beacon Press.
JLIghtinjr rixturti, Burffess-Qrandsn Co.
Bailey the Dentist, City Nat'l. IX 26S6.
Chambers' School of Dancing: New
danaes now formlnc Douglas 1871.
The Nebraska Savings ana Loa'n Ass'n.
offers a safe and profitable plan to help
you save. 1005 Farnain street.
The State Bank ol Omaha pays I per
cent on tlmo deposits. 3 per cent on sav
ing account 'fho uhly bank In Omaha
whose depositors aio protected by the
depositors' guarantee fund of the state
of Nebraska. lfth nnd llnrney streets.
Tlned for Beatlntf Hotels Hoy Young,
charged with defrauding nn Innkeeper of
K2.G0, was fined J6f and costs by Police
Beleg-ates to Uood Roads Meeting:
Three delegates wlll'be appointed by the
Commercial club to attend the meeting
of the Omaha-Denver Good Hoads as
sociation at McCook, February 4.
riremoa for Tederal Building Cadet
Taylor," cutudlan of the federal building,
has appointed tiowis J. Eckles and Ira C.
White as firemen at the federal hulldlnc.
The appointments were made necessary
by tho promotion of William Hampton
to the offlco of assistant engineer.
Invitation from St. Joseph An Invita
tion has been received by the Commercial
club from the' Commerce club of St.
Joseph to send three delegates to the
Interstate) Agricultural and Industrial
congress to ba held there March C, 7 and
J. Tho St. Joseph club will pay the dele
Mall Superintendents Travel U. U.
Johnston, nsslstant superintendent of
the railway mall servlco In Omnha. lias
gone to Albuquniue, N. M.. to meet of
ficials of several railways on depart
mental buslnoss. Superintendent J. I.
Stice Is in AVashlngtnn also on depart
City Would Sell Bonds U a meeting
of the city commissioners the city clerk
was Instructed to advertise for bids for
tho sale of $300,000 bonds, being the regu
lar annual is.suo of sewer and Intersec
tion bonds in the sunt of J100.000, and
ftCO.OOO fire engine house bonds voted
at tho Inst election.
Repair's Work of Idghtnlngr The
nortliw.cst corner of the .Union Pacific
lifiulquaricis which was so rudely say-,
cred with its connections with the rest
of the building last summer by straying
bolts ot lightning, Is being onco more
J bung In its usual position by a score or
I so of skilled workmen.
Short Measure on Potatoes A com
plaint has been Issued for Max Ucrbcr.
a peddler residing at HC6 Sewprd street,
charging him with selling short weight
potatoes. Mrs. II. fisher, lilt South
Twenty-ninth street, stntes In the com
plaint that Orber sold her four bushels
of potatoes for five bushels.
Sella X,lo.uor Without license Fred
Steillng. liquor dealer at rtlverton. Neb
was arrested by Deputy United Statctt
Marshall Sammona on a charge of selling
liquor without having paid his govern
ment taxes. Ho was taken to Hastings
for a preliminary hearing after which he
will he brought to Omaha to await tho
federal grand Jury.
Ears Swelled Up and Got Raw.
Scratched In Sleep and Made
Sores, Used Cirticura Soap and
Ointment. Now Well.
15 S. W. Boulevard. Roaedata, Kansas.
"My trouble commenced in my ears about
fifteen years ego. My ears rweilod up and
got raw and ran a thick yel
low mucus. There were,
small pimpled that had a
thin yellow fluid In them.
When they broke tb fluid
ran down on my faca and
neck which poisoned the
plftoas. Borne times this
woid m dry op and tho
flesh would be dry and hot
and crack open in places. Then It would all
break out again. It Itched and burned
dreadfully. I would lie awake rdchu for
hours. I scratched In my sloop and made
sores. Then that yellow fluid would come
out of the sores. I suffered s great deal with
my head Itching and burning and It broke
out In pimples around the edge of my hair
on the hack of my bead.
"I used everything I heard of bat col no
relief. In fact got worse. My ears swelled
two or three) times their own atza and turned
almost black and I was In deepalr. A friend
asked mo If I had tried CsrUear. Boap add
Ointment, so I went and got a-box of Gtrtl
cura Ointment and cake of Ou&tcura Soap
and commeaoed. By the time I had used
one box of Outtcam tHntmant and one eeJrs
of Cutlcura Boap I was well." (Blsned) Mrs ..
Mary Conkllng, Apr. 26, 1913.
Cutlcura So p 35c andOnUooraOlntanant
50c. are told everywhere. Liberal sample of
each mailed free, with S-p. Skin Book. Ad
dress postcard "Cutioura, Xept.T. Dos ton."
49-Teadar-faoed men should use Cutlcura
Soap Shaving Stick, 35c Aample free.
FOR 15 CENTS
CLUETT FEABOPra CO.IXXOXtVC.
URE SAVES THE CITY MONEY
Trades Bonds with Fanning and
. Saves the City $2,317.
CANCELS INTEREST COUPONS
City Treasurer Trade tvllli Fan
ning;. Hiring- III m niitiil on
I'liiuls In Which There In
o Money lit I'rcsent.
By trading thirty-two street Im
provement bonds held by the city for
thirty-two similar bonds ot the same
Value held by Charles E. Fanning, County
and City Treasurer W. G. Ure has con
trived to effect a saving of $2,317. Th.u
saving was made when the treasurer can
celled tho interest coupons ot tho Fanning
bonds and discharged the bonds them
selves. Recently tho city purchased I23.0OO
worth of struct Improvement bonds. The
bonds were paid for but of a general fund
made up of monies of nil tho street im
provement districts. From this general
fund any street Improvement bonds may
be purchased, but the bonds cannot be
discharged and tho Intel cat coupons can
celled oxcept with money from tho dis
tricts for which they hav6 been Issued.
It happened that tho fifty tm bonds
purchased were for districts having no
money on hand and thoy could not l6
discharged nor their Interest coupons can
celled, Mr. Fanning hold thirty-two bonds
of district!) having money on hand. Just
before Mr. Fanning married and left for
Italy Mr. Ure Induced him to tradii Ills
bonds for thirty-two that the clty had
bought. Ono bond Is as good as another
to Fanning. As soon as the trade was
made tho treasurer dlhcharged the Fan
ning bonds and cancelled the Interest
roupons. The interest saving was $2,317.
SPEER AND BALDRIGE WERE
BOYS TOGETHER IN EAST
Howard If. Baldrlgc. who acted at
toastmaster at the Commercial club din
ner, and Robert K. Speer were boys to.
gether In Pennsylvania and Dr. F .
Illbb was brought up some time later In
the same county.
'Our mothers were girls together and
our fathers boys together." said Mr. Hala-
rige In presenting Dr. Speer. "anl 1
have been Interested all my life In the
gieat work of my friend.
"Some men devote their lives to pet
ting. Speer has devoted his to giving to
giving the best powers he has to tho
amelioration of mankind."
Contractors Say He is Responsible
for Leaks in Water Main.
HOWELL DOES THE BAD W0RK
Wnlrr ('(imtnlnsliincr Kills (lie Ditch
All end of Time Hint !nu Would
lime tlir Contractors
t nrin the Work.
Charging Water Commissioner Howell
with discriminating against Jackson &
McKensle, contractors, who laid the
south half of the torty-elght-lnch water
main to Florence. .1. A. C Kcnned., at
torney for these contractors, declares
Howell had tho ditch filled befoie. the
plpo was tested and lias now oidered the
dirt excavated, which would be so ex
pensive that It would "wreck tho firm ot
Jnckson A- McKenxIr."
"The water commissioner has discour
aged Jackson & McKrtulc since tho work
on tills main started," says Mr. Kennedy.
"He has given public Interviews reflect
ing on them and making disparaging
comparisons between them and the other
"Jackson A M.Kctirle finished their
work a mouth ago and left It in good
shape, whereas tho other contractor will
not be through until next summer."
Refuting the statement of the water
commissioner regarding leaks In the pipe
put down by Jnckson McKmile, Mr.
"The only leaks that have apprnrod
weio where the water commissioner, over
the protest of the contractors and In vio
lation ot the contract, laid plpo with his
Wntcr t'oninilnsloiipr nl Fnnlt.
"Tho water commissioner insisted on
having tho ditch filled as the plpo went
In, and so now Jackson & MeKctizle have
to dig up tills trench, notwithstanding
the fact that the conttuct piovldcd that
Ihls ditch should not ho filled until tho
plpo was all laid."
Mr. Kennedy says the leuks nie only
1 per tent, and "water-tight" in such
cases Is considered to alloy a leakage of
not moto than 3 or t per cent. Ho says
the leakuge is growing less every day,
due to the nnturnl nt'tomntic tightening
of the system.
"Jackson & McKcnzlo arc Omaha
bos," continued their attorney, "and
they have made herolo efforts to comply
with every whim nnd caprice of the
water commissioner, bu' they have never
been able to satisfy him.
"The interfeienecs of tho water commis
sioner In tho work of Jackson & McKcn
zlo have absorbed nil the profits of the
Hum ;oil IIiiimI,
"Xow tiie water commissioner is hold
ing up $H,uu0 from Jackson & McKenzle
and through them from their creditors,
although the Water board has u gllt-elge
bond, and a margin of $2,000 or J1.O0O
would be quite sufficient."
t'pon his own uigent request Mr.
Howell was Instructed to notify Jackson
,t McKensle thnt tho board will finish
their work, vesting in Howell authority
to complete the job.
Mr. Howell told the Water board
Wednesday afternoon that In his opinion
it would cost as much to finish the work
as is now due the cot tractors from the
bo twl J.vkson MtKenzle hae noti
fied Howell that th-y are through with
the job owing to the disagreements be
tween them and the water commissioner.
It is probable that Jackseti & McKett
le will have to institute legal proceedings
lo secure their mone.
Electric Light Co,
Improvements and extrusions amount
ing approximately to are contem
plated by the Omaha Ulectrlc Light and
Power company for the year 191S. accord
ing to President F. A. Nash, who re
turned yesterday from New York wliero
he made artaiiKements for the work.
The plan as outlined bv Mr. Nash In
cludes an additional turbine engine and
ihuaniii of S.9W horsepower, a new con
denser and two bolleis of SO) horsepower
There will be overhead construction not
yet reached by the company's cables,
additional mctars. extensions of under
ground wires and a new Intako from
the river for water for the power plant.
Auto Driver Strikes
Youth and Speeds On
Crowded to tho curb by a swiftly mov
Ing automobile going west. Karl Smith,
a messenger boy employed by the West
ern Fnion, was knocked to the pavement
and badly crushed. His wheel was
wrecked and passers by thought the lad
was dead. The auto driver paid no at
tention to tho prostrate youth.
At police headquarters Surgeon Foil
took eight stitches in the boy's head and
sent him to his home. Officers are sack
ing tho auto driver.
SKILLED FORGER TAKEN
IS BELIEF OF POLICE
In the arrest late yesterday afternoon
of Kdwnrd 15. Russcl by Policeman Ly
man O. Wheeler, the authorities think
that they have In custody one of the most
sought for forgers In the country.
Wheeler aricsted Russel as ho was trying
to pass a check for $10 on Joseph Pl.t.
1102 Fnrnnm street. In his possession was
found three other checks signed by local
merchants and calling for sums ranging
from $.7) to $15. All of tho checks were
Russel. knowing that lie was caught
redhanded, confessed to Wheeler and ad
mitted that he has passed at least a
dozen other largo chocks within tho last
two days. "Vou'll hear from them In a
day or two," ho laughingly remarked as
ho was led to a cell.
Russell, according to the police, has
soned time In Sing Sing. Jollet and Au
PRISONERS TASTE HIGH LIFE
Mock Court Sentences Awaken Many
Fresh Anxieties Among Them.
REAL TRIAL COMES LATER
Willi First Sentences Still I'realt In
Their Mln.U All Are UnlrU lo
Kiteml t'rnmlsra of Fu
ture finml flehnrlor.
Justice as dispensed by Police Magis
trate Tom O'Connor In mock court yes
terday was very severe, nnd the pris
oners shook with fear as tney wero hald
helotc his honor, who In every-day life
holds tho position of clerk of the court.
Detective Kdarl Fleming acted as pros-,
While waiting for court lo open O'Con
nor nnd Fleming planned to have a llltl
enjoyment at the expense of the prlsoneis.
Taking Judge Fetor's place on the bemh
Tom O'Connor called tho prisoners boforj
him and after a severe gruelling gac
them veiy light sentences for their ser
"Rnts" Fitzgerald, who has stood up
boiore police judges tlmo after time,
nearly collapsed when tho court sentenced
him to three years In the penitentiary for
being dtunk. "Judge" O'Connor then con
cluded that be would be more lenient with
"Rats' " case nnd glvo him a lighter sen
tence. it was finally almost necessary
for Officer Whlto to carry tho prisoner
back Into tho "bull pen."
Toon Marshlno, chaiged with vagrancy,
was bound oer to tho district court under
$1,000 bonds. Ho asked for the privilege
of telephoning for a bondsman, which re
quest the court granted. A half dozen
of his fellowmon, bringing with them a
miniature vault full of gold coins, rushed
Into police court and wanted to go TonyV
Robert Drown, who niHdc his debut In
police court with a charco uf drunken
ness marked up ugnliiHt him. limit a down
and wept when O'Connor gave him fif
teen years In the "big house " O'Connor
said It was only because Ihls was liln
first offense that ho gave him such a sen
tence, and then warned him nxnlnet the
bad Influence of liquor.
When court opened nnd the prisoners
were given a bona fide trial befrtto Po
lice Magistrate Foster, they weic as
tounded to hour tho word discharged ut
tered by tho Judge after homing tho evi
dence in their respective cases.
"Rats" solemnly swoie lie would novor
again touch another drop ot liquor In n!s
life after tho close call he had. Tony
promised to get right down to work.
ONE MINUTE! CLOGGED NOSTRIL!
OPEN-GOLDS AND CATARRH VANISH
with both parties wounded, demands
llucklou's Arnica Salvo. Iloals wounds,
sores, burns, bolls, cuts or piles. Only 25o.
For sale by Heaton Drug Co Advertisement.
rciFlstent Advertising Is tho Itoad to
Physician to Reveal
RKHLIN. Jan. at-Dr. Frederick Fried
tnsnn, who announced Inst November at
a meeting of tho Berlin Medlcnl society
the discovery of what ho bellevqd-to bo
a cure for every form of tuberculosis,
has received the promise of an audlcnco
with thn minister of tho Intorloi1 tomor
row, when ho will place his tuberculosis
scrum at tile, ministry's disposal,
B0LANDER GETS JUDGMENT
FOR SOME BROKEN BONES
Because he broke several ribs and re
ceived other bruises when he fell Into a
coal chute at tho Hull Coal company's
storehouse, John Rolctider was awarded
Judgment In the sum of $150 In tho court
of Justice of the Peace Britt. Bolander
went to the Hull place to buy coal.
An employo took him Into the large
concrete storehouse to show him the dif
ferent grades ot coal. The two walked
on planks laid across Iron girders In the
upper part ot tho building. Bolander was
not warned of the danger, according to
his testimony. Ills doctor bill aB a result
of his fall cost him $50, and he was com
pelled to lay off from his work for four
BRANDEIS NOTABLE OFFER
Hundreds of Women's Stilts, Cloaks
nnd Dresses on Sale Saturdnr
at Ten Dollars,
Saturday you can come to Brandols
Stores and choosfo the finest suits, cloalis
and dresses In our stock, worth up to IV)
and $3, for Just $10. These are the high
est quality garments made for women
and represent the favorite styles ot the
season. It is a wonderful opportunity to
buy apparel of the very highest character
at the remarkably low price of $10.
hrnakitua ot the Hotels.
Mrs. M, II. Davidson of Springfield
and R. Glen Raves of Plattsmouth are
at the Henshaw.
W. A. Smith of Craig. F. A. Doter of
i ii i t tr it... . m m i J
iuium, ii, AiBiiiur ui oiuney ana
Mr. and Mrs. ASa J. Johnson of Avoca
are at the Loyal.
Oeorge Christopher of Valentine, Dr.
Van Sickle of Hastings. W. F. Dobbin
of Bertrand and F, K, Btuaser of Grand
Island are guests of the Paxton.
J. B. flrier of Fulierton, 8am McGill
of Verdel. John Denny of Tllden. F. L,.
Neth of Broken Bow and William Len
of lladar nave quarters at the Mer
Mr- and Mrs. Fred Wilson of Little
Ploux, o. w. uraaut ot isortn Platte,
Axel Johnson of Newman Grove and
Jay Robinson of Kearney have taken
rooms at ine .'iinaru.
Chronic: Constipation Cured.
"Five years ago I had the worst caso
of chronic constipation I ever know of,
and Chamberlain's Tablets cuied me,"
writes 8 F. Klsh, Brooklyn, Mich. For
salt by all dtalers.
THIS BEAUTIFUL MANSION HOUSE OF THE DEAD
Is Now Under Construction in
West Lawn Cemetery, Omaha Neb.
Marble Mausoleum of Greek Temple Design
82 feet wide by 133 feet long, containing 600 mar
ble compartments or crypts. Built of marble, steel,
reinforced concrete foundations, solid bronze
doors and other material that will endure for mges.
SANITARY SYSTEM OF ABOVE GROUND BURIAL
Has been endorsed by public health officials,
by cemetery associations, funeral directors
and physicians as well s the general public.
A Marble Compartment or Crypt May Be Purchased
at Small Cost. Title Protected by a Deed
Which Is Recorded.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY SPACE; DO NOT DELAY
These marble crypts or compartments, after receiving the
casket for entombment, are hermetically sealed for all time
Mausoleum Entombment Is the Highest
Tribute That Can Be Paid to the Dead
Full Information and reservation for crypts or pri
vate compartments can be had at the office of the
WESTERN SALES CO., Sales Agents
708 Omaha National Bank Bldg.. Omaha, Neb.
Send your aidrtit on a pottal, and beautiful, deteriptiv literatar will 6c mailed to you.
Stops Nasty DtM'hniRr, Clror Stuf
fed Head, Heals Inflnutod All' Pas
shkcs ami You Hrcnthe 1'reoly.
Try "Mly's I'renm Hslnt "
tSel a small bottle anyway, Just in try
It Apply a little In the nostrils and In
stantly your clogged nose and stopped-up
air passages of the htad will oivm: you
will breathe freely: dullness and hes.d
ache tllsnpiH nr. Ity morning: the catarrh,
cohMn-head or catarrhal sore throat will
Knd such misery now' Oct the small
bottlo of "Kly's Cream Halm" at any
ding store. Till saect. flagrant balm
dissolves by the heat uf the noitnis
penetrates and lieais llir Inflamed, swol
len membrane which lines the nose heart
and thmal, rlears the air imssnges. stojn
nasty discharges and a feeling of cleans
ing, soothing relief roinrs Immediately
Hon t lay awake tonight struggling for
hieath. with head stuffed, nostrils Hosed,
hawking and blowing. Catarrh or a cold,
with lis running noso. foul murous drop
ping Into the threat, and raw dryness Is
distressing but trulv medics.
l'ut your faith-Just once In "Kly s '
t'ream Halm" nnd vour cold or catarrh
will surely disappear. Advertisement
If Your Competitor
Gains Ground on You
thore is some reason for his gains. Ho has some
original or attractive plan of riveting attention.
Indoor and Outdoor
Gas Arc Lamps
will bring business to you by attracting atten
tion and showing the goods in window and
store true to their color.
No light equals clear, bright, white Incan
descent Gus Light for displaying goods. At
tho same time Gas Arcs make the store appeal
to the public. People are going to the well
ordered and well lighted stores because they
are looking for the place which reflects the
methods of a careful merchant.
Ask us to send a lighting expert to holp
you plan for a well lighted store. His services
cost you nothing and you will be repaid for
your time, as he will show you how to attain
better light with a saving of money.
Do you know of our easy payment plan?
Omaha Gas Co.
Tel. Doug. 605.
1500 Howard St.
Three Days of Pleasaat Travel
When planning a visit to
the Pacific coast, remem
ber that you are afforded
every comfort and lux
ury known to modern
railway travel if your trip
is arranged via
Every inch of main lino is pro
tooted by Automatic Electric
Block fcSni'ety Signals.
In addition, two-thirds of the dis
tance to Ogclen is double tracked.
The above features Automatic Electric
Block Safety Signals and heavy double
ti'nck, together with its dustloss gravol
roadbed, fast and splendidly equipped elec
tric lighted trains, direct route and excellent
dining cars have given to the Union Pa
cific its title
"Standard Road of the West
See Denver, Ogden, Suit Lake City ftud
many other popular tourist points en route.
For literature and information relative to diverse
routes, fares, stop-overs, side trips, etc., call on or