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THE BEE: OMATTA, - SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1011.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
t Moot Print It.
Oes, Slee. natures, Bargeaa-Grranden.
Sr. J. T. Xlaaler moved from II?
Xlrandela building: to 624 Brandels Theater
building. Practice limited to dlaeaaea of
Dose, throat and ear. Phona Douglaa 1S8.
Visitor Xaapoota Schools Ella Flags;
Soung of the Chicago public achoola, ac
companled by Superintendent Oraff, apent
most of Friday visiting the Omaha
( Lota for the Boulevard Plana have
been nearly matured for taking over the
lots at the corners of Nineteenth and
Twentieth and Ohio atreeta for boulevard
Two Dlroroea Granted Suits for di
vorce aa follows were started In district
court Friday: Otto Rhoades against
Madge L. Rhoades and John Dufek
against May Dufek.
Woman Are Frightened For several
days a craiy man in the vicinity of Nine
teenth and Locust streets has been fright
ening women and children by accosting
'them upon the streets.
, Salt for promissory Note The Pack
era National bank of (South Omaha started
suit against Bridget and Peter Lenagh
and Thomas Gillespie to collect $1,371 on a
'promissory note in district court Friday.
unsay School Teachers to Meet
There will be a called meeting of the
Elementary Union of Sunday School
Teachers In the Young Women's Chris
tian association Saturday afternoon at I
Will Breach Conference Sermon Rev.
(Wamfred Lllllefrls of the Unity church is
to deliver the conference aermon at the
annual session of the Missouri Valley
Unitarian conference to be held at To
peka October IS-IS.
President Bates to Talk Miner Lea
Bates, preaident of Hiram college, Ohio,
will be the guest of the Omaha Unl
club at luncheon Saturday noon. Presi
dent Bates, who ia a graduate of Colum
bus university, will make a short current
'toplo address at the luncheon.
Sunroy with Dudley's Owl From Chi
cago comes the announcement that Will
jteed Dunroy, well known as a newspaper
Winn Iiai Anil ntiM nn th w1t t nrin.1 Mt&ff
of The Bee, has become associate editor
ef Dudley's Owl, a neat weekly publica
tion devoted chiefly to personalities and
Trad Anderson Is Found Fred An
derson, aged 70 years, whose home is at
Weston, Neb., and who has been missing
since September 21, waa located in Omaha
tiy the police Friday morning. Ander
on left his home with about 1700, the
proceeds from selling corn. When found
his money was gone. He says that he
'put It In a bank at Weston.
nit Against Saloon Keepers Suit for
10,00O for the death of her husband, John
IT. Finney, who committed suicide by
drinking carbolic acid June 18, waa started
y Mrs. Nellie Finney against Charles
'Sebron and Louis Nelson, saloon keepers,
fn district court Friday. She alleges they
Wold him liquor until he became a mental
wreck and ho took hla life while irre
sponsible. Eartlnger's Hip Dislocated John
lllartlnger, 2017 Paul street, suffered a
dislocated hip when he fell on the alde-
alk at Eighteenth and Paul streets
hursday night while on his way home
from work. Hartlnger was taken to hla
ome by a friend, but was unable to rise
,from his bed Friday morning. He was
'taken to the Omaha General hospital
' Voted Beformer at Unity Sunday
jnornlng the Honorable Frank L. Ran
dall, superintendent of the state reforrn
'atory of Minnesota, will give an address
at Unity church in place of the regular
sermon. Mr. Randall, who enjoys a na
tional reputation, is an excellent speaker.
HOW TO TREAT
: The proper way the only success
Jul way to treat an old sore is to
destroy its source. Not by dangerous
surgical operations or irritating
drawing " plasters, but by Nature's
true method of purifying the blood
and filling the circulation with rich,
nourishing properties; then the
cure will be natural and lasting. We
can easily understand how impurities
in the blood will infect some weak
point on our bodies, and by contin
ually discharging impurities into it
keep the place open and inflamed
until a chronic ulcer is formed.
Nothing then is so sure to produce a
cure of these old sores as S. S. S.
This medicine is Nature's perfect
blood remedy, composed of the most
healing and at the same time the
most penetrating and blood-purifying
properties. It removes every particle
of impurity or morbid matter from tha
circulation, and assists nature in the
increasing of healthful, nutritious
corpuscles in the blood. S. S. S.
makes pure blood and pure blood ia
Nature's unfailing cure for old sores.
We want every Sufferer with an old
sore to commence the use of S. S. S.,
because we know it is the remedy
they most need. Book on Sores.and
Ulcers and medical advice free to all.
S. S. S. is sold at drug stores.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., AtUmlm. Co.
Drink Graving Destroyed
No more terrible affliction can come to
any home than the craving for strong
dunk of husband and father. We appeal
to wived, mothers and sisters to save the
liuaband and father or brother with Or
rine, a scientific treatment.
ORHINK la prepared tn two forms: No.
1, secret treatment, a powder, absolutely
tasteless and odorless, given secretly in
food or drink: Orrlne No. 2. in Dill form.
Is for thosu who desire to take voluntary
treatment. ORHINE coats only $100 a
box. Call at our store for a free booklet,
telling all about this meritorious article,
which we have been selling for a number
Sherman McConnell Drug Co., Cor.
161 h and Dodge, 2-tlh and Karnain and
u7 North loin St.; Owl Drug Co., letb
said Harney Mis., Omaha.
an expert in hla line, a man of un
bounded faith in men anV deaervea a
large hearing. He will be In Omaha to
attend the prison congress.
Chase Party Bas Bias Time Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Chase, who have apent the last
three months touting the atatea of Wash
ington and Oregon in their "Chase Spe
cial" automobile, report a trip the scenic
beauty of which ia not surpassed by any
thing that they have ever undertaken; bjg
game and plenty of fishing in abundance.
The business condltiona In the northwest
do not aeem to be as flattering as In
Omaha and the central west, Mr. Chase
Dinners at the T. X. O. A Two big
Dinners were acneauiea at tne Young
Men s Christian association in the next
two weeks. Next Thursday night a din
ner will be given for the young men of
the dormitory, the first function of this
kind for them. A week from Thursday
night there will be a committee banquet,
the guesta to be the ISO volunteer commit
teemen of the association. President O.
F. Gllmore and committee chairmen will
make addresses of one to three minutes.
LUTHERANS NAME OFFICERS
Evangelical Synod Selects C. J.
Ringer of Wayne President.
PRESBYTERIANS MEET IN WEST
Flrat Time General Synod Meets So
Fa West Omaha Pastors
Take Prominent' Part
Officers for the coming year were
elected yesterday at the afternoon session
of the annual convention of the Evan
gelical Lutheran Synod of Nebraska.
The following were chosen: C. J. Ringer
of Wayne, president; Rev. R. N. Badger
of Beatrice, recording secretary; a. W.
Liver of Benedict, statistical secretary;
M. L. Melick of Omnia, historian.
The report of the statistical secretary
waa read, showing an Increase in mem
bership of 9 per cent over last vcar.
The secretary of the board of extension
report showed that the recelpta for the
last biennial amounted to 1170,000.12, and
the individual contributions amounted to
Fuller BergBtresser of Lincoln addressed
the evening meeting on the Densloned
pastors' fund. A mission box was packed
to be ant to the missions in the western
part of the atate. Suits, caps and all
aorta of wearing apparel was contributed
by the different churches.
EPISCOPAL CONVOCATION AT END
Questions of Doctrine Dlsenssed la
' 'Meeting- at Fremont.
FREMONT. Neb.. Oct. 13.-(Special.)-
The annual convocation of the Episcopal
church for the diocese of Nebraska clcsed
here yesterday. The services today
consisted of a celebration of the holy
communion, addresses by Dr. Kramer of
Denver, vespers, and closing services,
with sermon by Bishop Williams tha
Dr. Kramer's lectures have been of
great Interest to the clergy, though of
too deep and abstract a nature to be of a
popular character. "The Higher Criti
cism of the New Testament" was the
subject of his morning lecture, and in it
he defined the position of the higher
critics and the result of their teachings
upon the established doctrines of the
The convocation, which was especially
for the benefit of the priests' of the
church, has been of much value to those
especially interested who attended. The
visitors were guests of the members of
St. James' parish.
Street Car Men for
Increase in Fares
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Oct. lS.-The
delegates to the American Electric Rail
way association in its closing session here
today went on record favoring an in
crease Jn the fares of all street railway
ayatems. This recommendation was em
bodied In resolutions presented by a com
mittee whose report was adopted. Va
rious methods are outlined In the report.
In some Instances It was advocated that
the free transfer system be abolished,
while In others it waa recommended that
a small extra charge be made for the
Another method is the establishment of
a system whereby different fares may be
exacted. The farther the distance of
travel from the center of the city the
greater the fare. In this case a small
additional charge may or may not be
made for transfers. Also, it was reconv
mended that through fares to outlying
local cones be established.
STOCKHOLDERS OF GREAT
NORTHERN HOLD MEETING
ST. PAUL. Minn., Oct. U. James J.
Hill, Frederick Weyerhause and Louis W.
Hill were re-elected directors of the Great
Northern railroad at the annual stock
holders' meeting today. Tomorrow It ia
expected all the offlcera will be re-elected.
The annual report ahowed that the gross
operating revenues for the last federal
year were t6LZ7,632.&3. a decrease of
S3.207.736.M as compared with a year ago.
The operating expenaea were 137.600,391.7,
a decrease of $2,677,704.21. Revenue from
outside operations decreased $34,649.66.
Operating income aggregated 120,562,461.37,
a decrease of 11.294. 619. 16. There waa paid
114.698.589 50 In dividends, leaving a sur
plus of $2,818,337.79. The amount expended
for additions was $6,404,037.83. the largeat
amount ever expended in one year for
that purpose by the road. In addition
about $15,000,000 waa apent for new con
truction, additional equipment, etc
Asts Coats an Silk Wraps Cleaned
Our process removes the soli, the
stains and the wrinkles. It does not
shrink or full the material, affect the
color or leave any odor In the garment
We do the work right Bluff City Laun
dry Cleaners and Dyers. 'Phones $14
Our business is going steudily forward. Our sales are increasing daily and more
satisfied customers leave our store than enter most other stores. All this is not re
markable, for the publio have always realized that ours is the storo to trade in, be
cause we give better value than others. That's how we built up our business and
that's how we -will build it still larger. Our customers are not blind to thefact that
there are other stores selling clothing, and the liemarkable Fact is that they visit
these other stores and then trade here. There is a reason for this and it is all
summed up in one word
Ye have always enjoyed the confidence of the public, wo earned their confidence
from the first day we opened our store, and our continued success and increasing
business is gratifying because we know that our greatness is becauso the public con
fido in us our unique position in the clothing trade 'gives us a decided prestige
men who look after our clothing are experts in their line, and thoso who make our
clothing know our standard. They know t he rigid examination every garment under
goes, and also know that rejection follows any garment that fails to pass our exami
nation. The fact that our sales are so largo necessitates large purchases for cash
and this gives us added prestige when we buy, and gives our customers better value
when we sell, because our clothing costs us less means that you pay less our busi
ness has been built up on the rock of many sales and small profits.
The Fall Suits and Overcoats
We have at $10, $12, $15, $18, $20, $25 and up to $40, number among
them the suit or overcoat you'd liko to have. Take a few moments to see how
much real good clothing value thero is to be had in every one of them.
We are offer
ing an except
line ,of new
these are priced
Special values for men in our underwear section. Finely knitted fall weight
underwear from the best manufacturers, in union suits and two piece suits 50c
and $1.00. Perhaps you do not know that our underwear department sells more
underwear than others. In varities and sylcs our stock exceeds any in Omaha.
Our values are better because only the best manufacturers supply us. New goods
have just arrived and await your inspection. Our underwear is smooth, soft to
feel and gives real comfort to the wearer.
Tha Housa of
After comfort in shoes,
wear, durability and stylo
follow closely. These re
quirements wo offer in all
our shoes. Whether in low
priced or higher priced. For
men or women, wo have
shoes of quality
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50
These prices represent a
few of the qualities we carry,
their real value is only dis
covered whilo wearing them.
No better shoes, at the price
Men and women find in
our store shoes that give sat
isfaction. The excellence of our shoes
is confirmed by the increas
ing shoo business wo are do
ingselling good shoes in
largo quantities at a small
profit, helps you and helps
us. Our shoes are tried and
tested and also found to be
true. Value is embodied in
are hero in great variety
whether for the rough and
ready boy or dainty miss
your choice is unlimited,
cording to size
$1.00 to $2.50
AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA
Magrio City Will Send Big Bepre
tentation to Land Show.
ANTI-ASITEXATIONISTS ABE BUST
Make Aaaertloa They Hare Foand
Eaoaai laTalld Names to Pre
reat Call ( Eleettoa
on Babjeet. .
South Omaha will be represented at the
Omaha Land Show on Friday night, Oc
tober 20. Already Invitations have been
laaued to the mayor and city council, to
gether with the achool board and real
estate men of the city.
Prof. R. H. Johnson of tne high achool
will have hla atudent orchestra in trim
for the occasion and altogether the local
business men look forward to the demon
atratlon aa a boost for South Omaha.
Some of the local leadera when ap
proached yesterday remarked that it
would be a good opportunity to show the
uptown business men that South Omaha
waa united to a man In all that made for
lta true welfare.
Plans for the proper celebration of the
night have not yet been completed. The
council Will be formally Invited next Mon
day night to participate In the demonstra
tion. L. W. Buckley of the Land Show
yesterday Indicated his desire that South
Omaha should make a big showing on the
20th. The local real eatate men. It la ex
pected, will be glad to go forward with
any movement that will help the develop
ment of the local territory.
Antla Are llopefal.
If the count of the antl-annexatlonlsts
Is correct. South Omaha will not have
an opportunity to vote on the merger
proposition at the next election. Yester
day the men who have been occupied
checking up the Omaha lists reported that
out of the 1,300 signatures appended to
the original petition 1,629 proved to be
Invalid upon examination. The reason
In most cases for the elimination was
nonregistration. Other cases were found
In which the signers were not domiciled
In Omaha and therefore not qualified to
apeak for the wishes of the metropolitan
Thla waa the report made at the meet
ing of the antla last night. There waa
considerable jubilation over the success
of the matter and It la hoped the merger
measure haa received lta quietus. , It was
understood, however, that tha withdrawal
missionaries In Omaha would atlll keep
up their work so ss to make assurance
doubly sure. ,'
The matter will come up before the
county commissioners tomorrow and the
revelation of the counter plans of the
mergerlsts Is awaited with Keen Interest
by the antla, who, while In a jubilant
frame of mind, are not altogether certain
of their poaltlon.
The lists will now be preaented with
affidavits to the county clerk, but be
fore the final presentation and certlfl
cation to the county commissioners there
will have to be another examination. Tha
annexatlonlata maintain that there are
many signers of the petition who have
changed their addressee alnce laat elec
tlon and whose names, therefore, cannot
be found In their former wards In the
BroWn'a Condition serlons.
Arthur Brown, who waa severely
burned about the right side of the body
by an electrical current at the South
Omaha branch of the Omaha electrical
power plant yeaterday morning, Ilea In
a precarious condition at the South
Omaha hospital. Brown In his fall In
jured himself gravely about the head and
his condition was not encouraging last
night. At a late hour Vr. F. O. Beck
amputated the right arm, which waa ter
ribly burned and lacerated by the electric
current. The hospital authorltlea consider
that Brcwn la In a very critical condition.
He Is years of aga.
Formally the city council at a netting
held this morning In the city hall passed
a resolution Instructing the city attorney
to take legal action to block any annexa
tion measure proposed before the Board
of County Commissioners. The resolu
tion authorises a protest and all other
necessary action that the attorney may
deem necessary to defeat the merger.
Notice to Our Customers.
Beware of fraud liquor solicitors, repre
aenting themselves at your door to be
selling for J. Klein, which Is not true, as
I have no solicitors at all. J. Klein,
Family Liquor Dealer. 26th and N, South
The following games were rolled at
the Magic City league, October lit
Name. 1. 2. 3. Total.
Tninakl . 140 171 133
McCord 15 lug ir 612
Helnlnben WJ lib 171
Kennedy 174 1KI 170 6-'t)
Frltacher 170 m 1W 5oB
Totala .Ha m 823 2.678
PETERSON S CANDY KIDS.
Nun. 1. t. 3. Total.
Fagerberg 190 K9 113 m
Clark 1 166 134 468
Wlntera lta 174 145 42
Tanner 1K& 146 1 43 474
Wells U5 134 161 410
Total 803 768 736 2,306
JETTERS GOLD TOPS.
Name. 1. 2. . Total
BrlKKS 153 144 144 440
Koch 177 1KI 1!3 661
Chadd 166 144 177 476
Hunt 10 1K1 145 616
Hull 166 141 173 480
Total 340 791 831 2,463
Name. 1. 2. 8. Total
Valstedt 13H 114 168 420
Horn 137 161 128
Winter lost 166 129
Zeck Ul 164 179
Okneaog 129 179 178
Total 34 774 782 2.190
Maaio City Gosaln.
Buy your coal. South Omaha Ics Co.
Moore's stoves at Peter's, 2410 N. ST.
The birth of a aon la reported at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ulup, 2617
Low prices on good stoves. Home Furni
For rent, six-room house, modern ex
cept heat. Also lofge barn, 2oUJ U bt.
Phone South mi.
Coal, money talks, 2,000 lba. Cherokee
Nut coal, $4. Special price, act quick
Broad well, Robert Co., Phone 9. -
Jamea Chlsek, deputy sheriff of DoukIus
county and secretary ot tne noutn Oman
Republican club, la seriously Hi st his
BUY Cherokee COAL now. 11.00. E. H.
Howland Lumber Co., 617 N. 21th St.,
Phone South 7; Independent
'Phone Bell South 868 Independent V
1868 for a case ot Jetter Quid Top. Prompt
delivery to any part of city. William
Herb Garlow left yeaterday for hla
ranch In tha northern part of the atate.
N hile away Mr. Uarlow will register lor
the land drawings,
FOR SALE 7-room modern house, In
beat residence block In South Oman
owner moving away. Must be sold aoun.
Address 'H, South Omaha Bee office.
V. V. Foltlk and Charles CUnchard left
last nlirht for Dallas. 8. IX. where they
will register for the land drawings prior
to a trek into tne eana ntus enei aucus
John Condon has disposed of hla hold
ings In houth Omaha and will remove to
Portland, Ore., where he will realde In
i ha future. Mr. Condon haa been a grad
lug contractor In South Omaha for many
The women of the Baptist church will
sive a musical program at tne cnurcn
thla evening. The proceed Inga are for
the benefit of the Mission chapel, now
in course of construction at Fuity-thlrd
and I streets.
Henry Adolf of Twenty-first and H
atreeta fell laat night at the. corner of
Twenty-aecond and N atreeta, causing a
fracture of hla right leg. The Injured
man was attended by Dr. A. H. Koenlg
wlio sent him home In the police van.
John Cadwallader and son William
after having completed the work of In
stalling the underground cable to the
new power house at Twenty-fourth and
O streets returned to their home In Phil
adelphia last night.
Herman Tombrlnk left yesterday morn
ing for Gregory, 8. P., to register In the
land drawings at that point. He will try
his luck on the Rosebud and Pine Ridge
reservations. Twice before ne nas tailed,
but this time Mr. Tombrlnk feela ha will
draw a lucky number.
Mra. Mary Whitney, colored, died at
the South Omaha hospital yesterday
evening from an attack ot port ton! Us.
The deceased was 30 yeara old nnd rams
from ltraton'a ranch, near Gllmore, where
her husband and ramiiy reside. mo
funeral arrangements have yet been
For Through Traffic
DENVER, Oct. 13.-Through trafflo
from St. Louis and tha east to Pacific
coast polnta over tha Missouri Pacific
to Pueblo, Colo., and thence westward
over the Rio Grande and the Western
Pacific waa definitely decided upon today
at a conference hero attended by offi
ciate of the three roads.
Thla through traffic wilt be Inaugurated
aome time early In November, the exact
date to be fixed tomorrow.
Among the officials attending today'a
conference were Vice Preaident E. J.
Pearson of the Missouri Pacific, E. M.
Johnson of St. Louis, vice president In
charge of traffic of the Missouri Pacific,
and C. L. Stone and K. M. Wharry, both
of Kansas City, freight snd passenger
managera of the Missouri Pacific
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Elliott Pays Visit
to Friends in Burt
TEKAMAH. Neb.. Oct. 18.-(Speelal.)-Jamea
C. Elliott of Weat Point, the re
publican candidate for congreaa to fill
the vacancy caused by the death of J. P.
Latta, waa In Tekamah today greeting
old frienda and making new onea. That
hs will get a big vote In Burt county,
fully up to Its normsl republican vote.
Is already an assured fact. The people
of thla county know Mr. Elliott, have
known Mm for years, and they are en
thualaatla over hla chancre to succeed
Mr. Latta, The county haa always been
associated with Mr. Elliott's county
Cuming and will stay by to the finish
with Cuming this fall.
Republicans are predicting that Mr.
Elliott will Irave Burt county with a ma
jority running from 700 to 1.000. Ail along
tha Una In the district tba republicans
are Interested In Jim Elliott's success and
tha newspaper fellows are talking tor
hlrn In their papers and among their per
sonal friends. It la doubled If Dun
Stephens gets a single republican vote.
1 caN LuKhJ foU
This photograph truthfully thowi th trrlbl f
fecu of rhtuinsvtlim In taf cam, but todajr I njny
parfftct health nd dvot my Ufa to curtug other.
After pending $20,000 and enfferlng untold
agony for thlrtv-sli year-, t Alarovered a rain
ed? which permanently cured ma. and I will aand
you a par a aga of tha vary aarua medicine abaa
Iun't eend any money It a free. A latter will
bring It promptly.
Your ahauluta aatlifaflttoft at all times Is peal
Every day loat mean ons mora day of need
lata pala. aa write now to .' T. Delano. lpt.
U1A, sUelaao Bldg., tfyrtcuta, N. Y.
The Royal Mall Steam
Beventy-second Buucessful Tear to
Wtu-re all seasons are summer
of tbe CAitlUBUAN
CUBA JAMAICA l'ANAMA
"The American lllvlera," combin
ing all the glories of the far-away
Houlhern climes, yet only a few
days' sail from New York The
lileiil place for spending a fall or
winter vacation, rise the big ditch
before 'he water la turned Into it.,
ksgular mUIdss on the pslatlsl stauasrs
Thames Ocl. 28 Trent Nov. 11
HANDKItSOX & SON
IS So. La Halle St., Chicago.
J O. Linton. C. H. T. A.. 111. Cent. It. R.
W. K. Hock. 1111 Karnam bt
11. ('. Shield, 131 rarnam 8t.
Louis Nee, cars First Nstlonal
The Remarkable Educated
Citizens from the Vasty Deeps of
the Pacific Ocean, Near the
Beautiful Pacific Grove, Monterey
Captured by daring Seal and Sea Lion hunters, exhib
ited in Submarine Garden Tanks to thousands of admir
ing tourists at the seashore resort. These clever amphib
ious mammals, with marvelous instinct, almost human
brains, readily reponded to patient, intelligent and novel
training and have been so thoroughly educated in tho
ways of the sawdust arena that they will present to the
thousands of visitors to the
At the Coliseum
You must see these agile seals and sea lions perform
ers Juggle Balls, Batons, Fire Hoops, Walk Tight Ropes,
Play Drums, Horns, Bells, etc. An act never to be forgot
ten. Seen as a special $1,000 Free Act three times daily
on the big Vaudeville attraction stage at the Land Show,
Coliseum, Conneneing Oct. 18th
Remember One price, twenty-five cents, admits to
everything in the Land Show; children 10 cents.
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