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tfik nvto: omaha, Thursday, fkbutary 27, win.
To Know This RSan
Is to (.'cl Hid of All the lliit-tlcn of
Sick llcmlnrltc. Sour, Itlonlitl Sloin.
ncli. ft Thick, Yellow, llilioiis t'oti
dltlon of the HI001I, Wcnk, Inac
tie KhlnryH anil n Condition of
Slrknevt thnt In Making You
B Stnda Trial Trattutnt Tree.
By MELLIFIOIA. Wednesday, February 26, 1913.
WHEN nutotnobllca first came Into practical image, tliclr ownership
was moro or loss a series of continual worries. Every time
something was wrong and the machine refused to budge, a me
chanic had to bo called, and even auto mechanics were
then more or Ices In an experimental stage. Then the electric enr came
along and filled a long felt want with women who wished td drive without
all tho aggravation that went hand and hand with tho gasoline driven cars
of that day.
But electrics wore only suited for town use, and there are times In
spring and summer when a little Jaunt out Into tho country lures ug con
sumlngly. Among pcoplo who could not afford two cars tho pleasure had
to bo often forgone. Hope, howovcr, never deserts us, and now we are
shown the all-around practical family car at tho auto show tho new
Sedan. To mo It In the embodiment of everything a one-car family could
expect In a single machine. A woman can run It and keep It spotless. Tho
machinery Is 'hi I enclosed; tho headlights are lit by push buttons from tho
Inside and tho motor Is started and stopped from tho scat. It has room
enough Insldo for flvo people, which Is about tho maximum of tho modern
Or. W. S. Burlh.rt A Ha ItTodsr. Owe lilt
Rotnwl Heslth and Cain of 00 Pound
to Taking !!! Own Medicine, A
Needed, for the Part 25 Yean. 1
ll tltr druggist in tliln vldiiltv have
Dr Ilurkhart'n Vegetable fompouml, but
per liani o should yours not, tlio doctor
wl'I send It prepaid on receipt of price,
li tents for a 30-day treatmont and If
not satisfied or cured tho doctor will
band back the S6 cents. Banks or busi
ness firms In Cincinnati will tell you the
;of-torM word Is good.
tir Burklwrt, for twenty-five ywri Ima
always insisted that this In the only fair
and square way to do business, so get
tiilr .tO-day treatment for only 25 cents,
nd when you stop to think that twelve
million of these treatment are used an
nually In this country and liurnpo, can
j-u wonder no many people know Dr.
Burkhnrt. and that druggists everywhere
a c glad (o sell his treatments? He Hiiro
to ank for and sec thnt you got l)r Burk
hart's Vegetable Compound, also ipvok
nlred as tho greatest spring remedy
To provo ita merit conclusively, a trial
treatment will be sent free. Address Dr.
Vf. B. Burklmrt. Cherry Hill Fqunre, flta
tloti It, Cincinnati. Ohio.
HOST NUTRITIOUS FOOD
SOLD IN OMAHA
To some Omaha women It will he news
that "Minnesota" Macaroni, besides be
ing so delicious, Is alxo four times as nu
tritious as beefsteak and six times as
nutritious as potatoes.
' Minnesota" Macaroni contains more
protelds than most foods and Is therefore
moro strength giving, and It gives the
body great power of enduranco without
overloading tho stomach.
If It Is served often In place of meat
tho whole family will Ira much healthier.
And, besides, t will redilco the cost of
living, as "Minnesota" Macaroni coats
only ubciut onn cent a dish. (
Try the bandy "Minnesota" Macaroni,
which la cut Into uniform pieces It rooks
moro evenly und is quicker to prepare.
Cold in Head
Relieved In one minute. Money back quick
It It doesn't. Get a 23 or 50 cent tuba of
Use It quick. Finest remedy ever offered
for Cold In Head and Catarrh, Bore Nose,
Cousrhi, etc. Twenty years ot success.
Why? No dope In KONDON'S. Sample
(ree. Write quick. Address
BONBON MFC CO, Minneapolis, Mlaau
CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY
Mother bo talus their uwa comfort and the
Uir ot their children, should ner be without
a bos ot Mother Cray's Sweet I'owder. tor Chil
dren, tor uee throuibout the setaon. They llresk up
"old,, nellete KeTcrlihntu, OooitlpUtDn, Teeth
Ids Uleonlere, lletdache and munuth Troubles.
Vied br Mothers tor 22 rears, T1IKHK 1'OWUtHH
.NBVfcH FA1U Bold by all lrui Stores, tic.
Don't accept any substitute. Dimple mailed
ritKB, Addrex, A. 8. Olmsted. Ie Itpy, N, T.
4 sT lsre-
6r S Pectoral
Away bick in 1841. Old enough to re
member thoie days? Still used far
coughs and colds. Sold for 70 years.
Ask Your Doctor. f.f,rt:
Omaha to Chicago via
Milwaukee & St. Paul
Overland Limited Train No. 3
leaving Omaha 7 50 Is. M . arriving
Chicago 9:16 A. M., now carries
new steel observation sleeping
car for exclusive use of Omaha
patron In addition to this car
-which Is equipped with every
comfort and luxury of modern
travel, tbla BLKCTUIC MOHT-EH
TRAIN carries other standard
sleepers, library-buffet car and
TICKETS: 1I7 Farnam 8t.
ami fnion Station, OMAHA.
Pi Beta Phis Will Sew.
PI Beta Phi fraternity will be enter
tained at a luncheon at tho homo of Mrs.
V. It. Gould. M6 Chicago, Saturday,
March 1. by Mrs. V. n. Gould, Miss Uert
nide Drntich, Mrs. George, Seabury and
.Mrs. George Johnston. This Is a monthly
affair of the fraternity, and about thirty
guests will he present. The afternoon
Mill bo taken up with sewing for thn
ClillUs' Having Institute.
Invitations have been Issued for the
wedding of Miss Blanche Cohn, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Cohn, to Mr.
Harry Zachary Bosenfeld, Council Bluff.
The ceremony wlirtake place Wednesday
evening, March 12, at Metropolitan club
at R:iW o'clock. The young people will be
at home after May 1 at H First avenue.
0. H. S, Alumni Hop.
The annual Omaha. High school Alumni
hop will be given March 21. The com
mittee Includes Guy It. Beckett and
Oeorgo Grimes. The hall will be decor
ated with thn school colors, purple and
white, and several of the clubs will have
University Club Inaugural Ball.
The University club will celebrate the
Inauguration of tho new president of the
United States by giving a miniature
Inaugural ball at thn University club
room.s It will be In the form of a dinner
dance and If this nffalr is well patron
ized by members and their guests the
club plans to give two or three more
before tho summer season.
Akfird" Club Meets.
The Aknrd cllb was entertained at the
club rooms Monday evening by Misses
Wilhelmlha and llulda Armburst. The
prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Volts. Miss Vera Stafford and Mr. Will
Krug. , Tho club will meet again In two
weeks. TIiosh present were;
Kmll Gall. Jr.,
I'rcd Armburst, jr.
lit no Ilusch,
K. A, Markey,
Mr. and Mrs. II, W. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. William Leury.
Mr. and .Mrs. Henry Voltr.,
Omahans in San Francisco. '
Mr and Mrs. Lloyd b. Willis, who 'aro
In California for the winter, entertained
several former residents of Omaha at
dinner at Hotel Fairmont In San Fran
cisco February 15. The party Included:
Colonel nnd Mrs. Gardner.
Captain and Mm. White.
Mr. and Mrs. II, K. Sunderland.
Hon. and Mrs. T. K. Hurkworth.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Willis.
Mr. and Mrs. Sunderland aro pleasantly
located In Oakland, Cal. for tho winter.
Colonel and Mrs. Gardner and Captain
and Mrs. White, formerly of Fort Crook,
are now stationed at the Presidio at San
Mrs. nlchard Talbot entertained Tues
day afternoon at a colonial party. An old
fashioned luncheon was served, followed
by the game of whist. The decorations
were red, white nnd blue and George
Washington novelties. Those present
V. W. Glddlngs,
J. H. Harris,
U. II. Hheam.
At Fort Omaha,
Mrs. Itobert Hlalne of Fort Omaha was
at borne Tuesday afternoon for the ladles
and officers ot the post and friends from
town. The decorations were pink snap
dragons 'and pink shaded candles. Mrs,
John Hoffman Thompson poured tea,
and Mrs. Harry Gregg assisted Mrs.
Hlalne. Next Tuesday afternoon the at
home will be given by Mrs. Holland
Miss Dorothy Hall entertained the
members of the Debutante Hrldge club
Tuesday afternoon. Miss Marin Holllnger,
Miss Gretohen McConnell and Mis Helen
Hrown of Seattle were guests of the club.
The afternoon was spent at needle wotk,
followed by tea.
The wedding of Miss Anno Nellien,
daughter of Mr. Andrew Nellsen. to Mr.
Hoby Maxwell was celebrated Tucsda
evening at 8 o'clock at Kountze Memorial
church. Itev. O. li. Iialtzy officiating, au
slated by Dr. C. K. Fisher.
The bride was gowned In brocaded
crepe uharmeuso draped and trlmrne l with
pearls nnd r hi lies tones and prince. lace
The tulle veil wrs in cap effect and sli-s
carried n shower bouquet of bride roei
and white sweet peas.
Preceding the ceremony the choir sang
tho bridal chorus from "Iohengrln" and
Miss Gertrude Miller sang "The Gar
dener." Mrs. John A. liruce, sister of the bride,
was matron of honor and wore lavender
erepo dc chine trimmed with shadow l&ca
and crystal. She carried a shower bou
quet of lavender sweet peas.
The ribbons were stretched by little
Miss llernlce Chrlstcnsen and Master
Philip Bruce. Mr. Thomas Crossman w.m
best man and ho ushers wero Messrs.
Emery Ncllson, HnymoncI Crossman, Kmil
Conrad nnd C. I Uasor.
Following the ceremony there -was a
small reception at the home of Mr. (kni
Mrs. John Hrucc for the relntlves a.id
After a brief western trip Mr. and Airs.
Maxwell will be at home at 6016 Under
Charity Masquerade Ball.
The Daughters of Israel Aid society
held a meeting Monday evening at the
home ot Mrs. h. Itavitz. Plans were per
fected for tho annual charity masquerade
ball, which will, bo given nt Metropolitan
hall Sunday evening, March 16. The pro
ceeds from this nffalr will be used to help
pay for the Jewish Old Peoples' homo at
Twentieth and Davenport streets. Com
mittees wero appointed to take charge ot
the nffalr as follows! Mrs. L. Itavitz and
Mrs. N, Tatcl, arrangements; Mrs. J. It,
Harris nnd Mrs; A. Silverman, tickets;
Mesdnmcs M, Hrndsky, 1, Kulakofsky, J.
rtoaenblatt, J. Sherman, A
Freltfel, J. Hhaln, J. HiscmaV
Welpsteln and Hr Milder, refreshments:
Mesdalhes H. Levey, and Joseph Slcln
i. Wolf, il.
Orpheum Party from Papillion.
Twenty farmers ofTl'upllllon and their
wives will make their nnnUal visit to
Omaha next week nnd will Attend the
Orphfttm'B Wcdnesdny matinee. This
hns been an annual affair with them for
se'nrnl years, and their visit is always
made at the time when tho Orpheum road
show Is In Omaha.
Tuesday Auction Bridge.
Mrs. Kdward O'Brien entertained the
members ot the Tuesday Auction Hrldge
club this week, All ot tho members
were present and the time was spent with
bridge and needle work.
Mr, nnd Mrs. M. Fox announce the en
gagement of their daughter, Ida Fox, to
Mr. Morris Fox. The date of the wed
ding has not been set.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mrs. Homer O'Shea. has returned from
California, where she has been since ihe
first ot November.
Mr. Covell n. Hewitt of Maysvllle, Mo
Is the guest ot his aunts, Mrs. George
Covell and Mrs. F. T, Hansom.
Mrs. K. L. Lomax ot San Francisco,
Cal., formerly of Omaha, arrives today
to visit Rev. and Mrs. T- J- Mackay.
VETERAN ODD FELLOWS
ELECT THEIR OFFICERS
A banquet marked the closing session
of the Veteran Odd Fellows' association.
nl which there were talks relative to
lodge work in Nebraska during the terri
tory days and the pioneer years that fol
lowed. Officers were elected as follows:
President. J, Q. Goss, Hellevtle.
Vice president, O. S, Wood, Omaha.
Secretary and treasurer, V. B. Ual,
Show vUitors will be iii,3r3iis Hi in tkowinj of faring Styles assembled in the greatest store in the west
THURSDAY'S GREAT SPECIAL OFFER
Your Choice of Hundreds of Our Women's and Misses'
Winter Coats and Tailored Suits
SCORES OF GOOD, PRACTICAL STYLES
MADE TO SELL AT $10 to $12.50 and UP TO $15, EACH
Soft Plush Coats.
Fancy Cloth Coats.
Fine Caracul Coats.
Key to the Situation Itee Advertising,
GrauUrautner used it for her
bsblea, Mothtr used it for her
babies, And now I am using it
for ray baby ' bo spoke the
ypuog mother Tsrrtfcncrsttssi.
It Sootbc Ua Child. It 5oft.na
th Guma. It Allays tba Pain.
U RctiavM Wind Celac Audit
U tba Dm! Ramady for Infantile
DWiiww. Favorably known
and sold all rcr tba world.
Open for Inspection Only
Thursday and Friday
Our Bargain Basement
We have gathered from every department of our Btore
odd pieces and discontinued patterns and will place them on
sale in our basement Saturday.
Here you will find odd chairs, rockers, porch furniture,
bed room suites, tables, davenports, brass and enamel beds
and hundreds ot other Items.
On display for your Inspection Thursday and Friday. Sale
starts Saturday morning at 8 o'clock. Watch Friday evening's
paper for detailed announcement.
Beaton (Si Laier Co.
415.417 Soiith 16th St.
Smart Johnny Coats .
Plaid Face Coats. .
Short Plaid Coats.
..Dressy Serge Suits
Fancy Mixture Suits
.Plain Tailored Suits
Smart Mixture Suits
Children's Wash Dresses
Clover, juvenile styles made from serv
iceable ginghsuns, percales, lawns, etc.,
nnd daintily i'injsliod with embroid
eries or self trimmings'-val
lies ui) to $1.75, iu our Child
ren's Section at
Night Gowns at $1
Fine Nainsook and Muslin
Gowns, also Slip Overs with
high necks or V necks in a score
oi cunrming styles elaborately
trimmed with laces and em
broideries worth to $1.75,
on Second Floor, at
Women's Gowns, Skirts and Combina
tion Garments, plain or elaborately
trimmed with laces and embroideries
dainty, well made gar- 09?"
ments worth $1 and $1.25, on C
Main Floor Bargain Square. .
New Spring Suits
Scores of beautiful models man tailored from the smartest
of the season, iu all the fashionable new style features, at..
$15 and $25
"Women's Capo and French
Lambskin Goves in 1 and
2-clasp effects white,
black and the
new English tan
colors at, pair.
12 and lG-button length
Gloves, also 1 and 2-clasp
effects in white, black, tan
gray and red, on W
Bargain Square lfl
at, pair W
27-in. Flouncings and All
Overs in fine quality
Swisses and Nainsook-
worth up to 75c
a yard, at,
18-inch Flouncings and
Corset Coverings in fine
nainsook and cambric
excellent do- kPT
signs, worth up IC
to 50c at, the yd. v
SPECIAL NOTICEMONDAY WE PLACE ON SALE OUR BIG PURCHASE OF
Madame Osborns Dressmaking Stock
FROM THIS FAMOUS MODISTE AT 24-26 EAST FORTY-SIXTH ST., NEWY0RK.
The Most Exquisite Silks, Laces and Dress Trimmings Will Be Sold at
Half the Prices that Prevailed in Madame Osborn's Establishment
SEE THE WINDOW DISPLAYS WATCH THE DAILY PAPERS.
Newest Arrivals in Women's Spring Footwear
Pom p e i a n Bitter
Sweet Chocolates with
creamy centers. C
Women's New English Walking- Boots
metal leathers with neat, broad toes, low heels and invisible eyelets
handsomo shoes in the most popular styles for spring special A
for Thursday only, in main department, old store, at, the pair.'
Bachelor Girl Shoes at $3 a Pair
Smart, comfortable shoes in serviceable tan culf mul trim ,,noi
leathers in button styles, yith stylish low tops, high broad toes, high
arch and high Cuban heels regularly sell for $4.00 a pair, & O
xnursciay, m mam department, old store, at, the pair tpnj
Agent Has Fought
Under Many Flags
Harry Hodle, secret audit for the War
department, survivor of four wars and
n soldier of fortune, was a visitor at the
local navy recruiting station. He Is on
his way to Texas", where lie will loin
the United Stutes army and be ready to
net as a guide through old .Mexico, where
ht Is well acquainted with tho lay of the
Hodle Is a unique character. He has
fought under several different flags, yet
he has managed' to escupe without even
being wounded. He was an officer In
the nusslan army when that country
fnucht Janan. Coming to tho United
States he Joined the United States navy
and made tho trip around the world
with tho Atlantlo fleet.
PiW to battling in the Ituso-Japanese
war nodle fpught with Uncle SanVs boys
In the HpanUh-Anierlcan war. leaving
the United States navy Hodle traveled
abroad nnd later returned to this coun
try and when thn first trouble with
Mudero and Dla broke out he joined
Madero and helped lilm In his Insurrec
tion with the federals.
After leaving Slndero Ilodle left this
country and went abroad again. When
the Balkan states took up arms agalmit
Turkey Bodle came to the front and
Joined thh Oreek warriors. He does not
ask anyone to believe his story, hut
has credentials and discharges from every
army Kith which he has fought. He
speaks seven different languages fluently
and can make himself understood In sev
No Will is Left by
Mrs. W. B. Millard
The estato of Mrs. Pranklo Barton' Mil
lard, estimated to be worth at least
$130,000, will be -divided share and share
alike among her four sons. Mrs. Millard
having left no will. Barton M, Millard,
the only son who has attained his ma
jority, filed application for his appoint
ment as administrator of the estate In
county court today. Hearing was sot for
March 1. The petition was filed by Stout
Rose, attorneys for Mr. Millard. Mr.
Stout said 1120.000 Is a conservative esti
mate of the estate's value, which will
greatly exceed the' figure given.
Mrs. Mlllaid's sons are Barton M. Mil
lard. Joseph H. Millard, Z; Henry ll.
Millard and Wlllard B. Millard.
Xvbrnakaua nt the Hotels.
V. Q. Benton ot Lexington. O.
Wertx of Orelghton and U. W.
of North Tlatte are stopping
W. E. Jkleeklv of Valley. Fred BenU of
Coxad. F. J. Everett of Kearney and .1.
W, Calvin of 8t. Paul arc staying at
V, B. Tackenwood of Unjoin. D. Guth
rie of Superior. A. I Mann of Norfolk
and J. E. Hastings of Central City have
taken quarters at -the Paxton.
Mrs. C. Case of Plalnview. Kd C. Engle
ot Long Pine, II. A. Cuddlngton of Syra
cuse and A. K. Park ot Gordon are
guets of the Millard.
Lewis Trenton ot Broken Bow and L. T.
Larson ot Avoca, are at the LoyaL
H. B. Young. In early days conductor of
the Omaha Apollo club and a baritone
soloist and singing teacher in Omaha, is
a prominent lecturer In the field ot
Chrlstlnn Science and is known as Hick
I A. Torrons, who was identified with
Omaha's muslo growth some score of
years ago, Is now one of the well-known
singing teachers ot Chicago.
W. A. Derrick, whose magnificent bass
voice used to be know to Omaha people
as soloist of several of our most Im
portant churches, has become one ot the
rich men of the American colony ot Ber
lin. Herbert Butler, knows as "Bert Butler"
when the popular orchestra leader at the
Boyd theater. Is a leading violinist and
teacher ot Chicago.
W. 8. Marshall, for -many years organ
ist of All Baints's church here, is now In
Minneapolis Interested In musical affairs
there and persuing his professional work.
Henry Barrett Chamberlain, former
newspaper man and occasional lay
reader In Episcopal churches In Omaha,
Is now managing editor of the Chicago
Items for this hauling art sollclUd.
"Nebraska skunks, those ot the four-
legged variety, aro the best in tho world
and I am taking home with me an oven
eight dozen to restock my skunk farm
at Bridgeport, Conn.," sold Henry H.
Burlison, who Is now In Omaha arrang
ing for the shipment of his skunks caught
out In the vicinity of Holdrege.
According to Mr. Burllson. he owns a
skunk farm of twenty-five acres Just out
side the corporate limits of Bridgeport
It is rough, rocky land, enclosed by n
concrete wall, on top of which Is a high
beard fence. Here he breeds end rears,
his skunks, the annual capacity of his
farm being l,0u0 animals. He Is uUo a
city official, being the dead .animal re
mover. The carcasses of the dead ani
mals he feeds to his skunks, so his profits
are consequently large.
Aside from 'the flesh of tho dead ani
mals, Mr. Burllson feeds his skunks grain
Hiul grasses, they being vegetarians to
Skunks, according to Mr. Burllson, are
prolific animals, breeding four times per
ear, and the young running from eight
to fourteen to the Utter. When 1 year
old the skin of a skunk Is In prime con
dition for market. A skin will sell for
from 11 to J3. according to size. The
Bkln, however, does not constitute the
only profit in the skunk raising business.
A carcass will yield from one to two
pounds of oil and this oil sells at from
cents to Jl rer pound. It forms the body
for numerous medicines put out by the
proprietary medicine companies and 1b
always In good demand.
COLONEL GR0TTE NOT WITH
ANY LOCAL LIQUOR HOUSE
Colonel Charles Grotte, who purchased
the Neville property on Douglas street,
takes some exception to the published
statement that, he Is a traveling sales
man for a local liquor house. He has nu
business connection with any Omaha firm,
but Is connected with eastern manufaci
GRAY HAIR DARKENED
A Simple. Hoiue-Mndo Preparation
That Excels the Iiest Dyes
It often occurs that tho simplest and
least expensive preparations aro the most
meritorious, and this simple little recipe
... v. ai niu io tuunq id pos
sess an the merits of thn
dyes, stains and other hair nostrums. Itl
o uur ii, iuiuihk 10 i ozb. or water on
smalt box of Barbo Compound, 1 oz. of
bay rum and U oz. of glycerine. Get Uih
ingredients at any drug stoie at very
little cost and prepare the mixture
at home. Apply to the hair- or beard
once a week until the gray hair Is dark
ened sufficiently, then onco every two
weeks will do. This Is a remarkably
good mixture for gradually changing the
gray hair to a nice glossy brown, and Is
equally as good for removing dandruff
and other scalp humors and for promot
ing tho growth of the hair. It does not
make the hair sticky, does not color the
scalp or soil clothing or pllow slips, like
many made-up dyes and stains. If ydur
druggist cannot supply Barbo Compound,
ask him to order it for you. Advertisement.
This medical dispensary has been established for the benflt of all
persons afflicted with any disease or complaint that a physician
fun examine and prescribe for In his office. Examination and treat
ment of such cases by an experienced physician. TJie fee IsJTO cents'
paid cash, medicine included. Hours 9 to 8. SunSays 1 to 3 P. M.
PUBLIC DISPENSARY, - - 338 Bee Building. '
My mild treatment will cure Piles, Fistula and other Rectal diseased
In a short time, without a surgical operation. I do not use Chloroform,
Ether or other general anaesthetic I guarantee a cure of every case
accepted. No pay until core Is effected Write for a book on Rectal
diseases and testimonials. BR. E. R. TARRY, 240 BWg 'Oma&a