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TUP) 13KK: OMAHA, SATl'ltDAY, JANTARY 'J.'. Hm.
r BRIEF CITY NEWS Burnt' Calibration January 27. SUek-ralconar Co., Undertakers. Hare Root Print it Now Heaoon Press. Ill htlng- rixtures, Burffais-Oranasn Co. Bailey the Dentist, City Nut'). V. Si6. look Ahtad and Oct Ahead by Joining Nebraska Savings and Ixian Ass'n. fl.OO will start you. 1$3 Faruam street. The Btata Bank of Omaha navs l nr cent on time deposits, 3 per cenl on av- ' Ing Recounts. Tho only bank In Omaha whose depositors aie protected by the depositors' guarantee fund of tlie state of Nebraska. 17th and Harney streets. One Divorce Suit riled I.ynuclle Buncc has sued Frank It. Hunce for dl. voree. charging Oi-sci tlon, In district court. Xoiaa Money and Is Broke George GiiBrllls. on his nay from Portland. Ore., to his native sunny "Unly, Is stranded In Omaha because of tho loss of J100, which was to be expended In making tho trip to tho far-away country. riniih Crematory In Spring' The stone work on tho crematory at forest 1-a.wn Is practically completed and workmen are now putting on the finishing touches. Officers of tho cemetery hope to have j the crematory ready for use early this spring'. Special Officer . Ford Starts- Out to Clean Up the City " Street Commissioner Kugel has In structed Police Officer Kord. who nas , been detailed to enforce street cleaning otdlnanccs, to call in uud warn theatrical 'managers that henceforth they will not .' he permitted to post unsightly bills on 'every billboard In the city. "t saw a man posting up nn advertise- inent of a show at one of the theaters." f-ald Kugef. "and warned him to desist, lie said he was working for his bread .and butter and 1'had to see his manager. 1 discovered that the bills advertising shows are not posted by the bill-posting companies, but by men sent out by the theatrical managers." Kugel Is making an effort to enforco the ordinance prohibiting the Uttering of ktrcets by the contractors who are erect ing buildings Officer Kord has been in structed to arrest violators of the ordi nance, ns well ns to "pinch" drivers of coal wagons who persist In loading their vans with screened coal until It runs over Into the street. Kugel may ask the city council to pass nnjordlnnnco requiring builders to put up a cash deposit to Insuro the clcanllnass of the premises where they work. Any litter in the street would he removed and the expense paid out of this cash deposit. 1 . Further, the. street commissioner Is con 'hidering tho ad.vjsjablllty of an ordinance '.compelling downtown merchants to keep fthetr refuse In tight boxes or cans so Ith'ftt the gutter snipes who come along looklmi for stuff In ash heaps or refuse tiIes will ,not scatter tho material all over oi ... t tne aitey. Serious Charges JT Against Four Men 'S Vkrrants are oift far tjto an est of fom - .Y.... . ' .1" ... " .. ioiinty. ''.CJouutj Allot f.Vy .Inmes P. Hagley harsc3 tlia,'t,Janiea 3'cMartln offeted him '1150 a month if 'ho was not interfered Vlth In selling liquor tit Kort Crook. Oth ers for whom wan ants arc put are .1. W. t-owry, William Hiennan, a druggist, nn-l a' Mr. Keller, who works for J3re.nnan. '. Persistent Advertising Is the ltoa,d to ; lilg Returns. Rheumatic Blood is Whole Story Wonderful Specific for Sci atica, Lumbago, and a Cure for Dreaded Ar ticular Rheuma tism. There Is a host of pills, powders, tab lets and what not for rheumatism, but they all lack the first essential to being a. natural medicine. To begin with, rheu matlsm is simply n namo given to desig nate a variety of pains, and can only bo reached by Irrigating tho Entire blood sup ply with a naturally assimilative ant! , dote. True, tho pains may be eased with narcotics or the acids may bo neutralized for tho tlmo being with other acids. Hut these merely temporize and do ngl oven lead to a cure. There li but ono stand ard rheumatism remedy, and it reflects the best thought of Iho day. It U pro la:ed in the grout Swift Laboratory in Atlanta, Ga., and sold in all drug stores under the name of 8. 8. S. at 11.00 a bottle. Starvation has been advocated by many as a cure for rheumatism, and yet S. H. H. accomplishes in fuot what faddists pro claim in theory and wlt'out the punish ment of starvation. Hot springs and sweating are often recommended, but 8. S. B. does ill that Is expected of theso expensive and weakening methods. It is conceded by the closest students of the subject that rheumatism Is caused In most cases by an ncld condition of tho blood and aggravated by tho remedies commonly used for relief. In other cases rheumatism la the result of nervo .iepres ion; in still others it is the effect of uome scrofulous blood condition, having been treated with mercury, iodides, arse nic and other poisonous mineral drugs. The recoveries of nil these types oi V..imitUm hv hft linn of 8. H. 8. la it wonderful tribute to tho natural efficacy r hi- r.m.rUahl. m.l!elne. for It la as- slmtlated Just as naturally, just as spe rbribo to the. couitty tttoniey. of Sarpy readily digested food. Do not fall toJK of 0akanil aIld t?. a. Hendrickson set a bottle of S. B. 8. to day. You will or piotte Center arestaylng at the Pax be astonished at the results. If your ton. rheumatism U of such a nature that you uenry Dorinan of Hlalr. T E. Plumer would like to consult a great specialist 0f piattsmouth, Julius Gustave of Ar confidentially, write to The Swift Specific ! ington and II. C Jurgens of Oreenfield Co., 1ST Bwtlt Bldg., Atlanta, Qa, j are at the Merchants. PARCEL POSTJBAPS VARY Those Sold by Map Companies Are Different from the Official. CHANGES THE RATE TO LINCOLN Omnlm I n the l.lnxtt of One 7.nr, il liter Pntrouw of l'.ntrrn . lirnnUn the llenrflt of the Utiles. Omaha firms that are using parcel post limps purchased fiom some of the map companies will have to discard them and secure the regulation government map. It they ate to avoid complications in de termining tho amount of iwstse (that Is I cqulred between Omaha and Lincoln and other points that are not far fiom the border line. Home of thn map companies have put otit u map that places Lincoln" In the first zone hs reckoned from Omaha, while tho official map published by the gov ernment, to be used In the regulation ot the parcel post business, places Lincoln in the second zone. H. C. Wilbur, In charge or transporta tion for jlm? V. 12- Smith company, timde a trip to the postufflce building to register ii complaint because the company had been required to pay second scone postage on parcels sent to Lincoln. He called th attention of the department (It the rail way mal service to the matter and was told' tho matter of mailing was out of .hat department's line. A map bought from one of the map publishing companies was the only kind found In tho office of the assistant superintendent of the tall way mnll sei-vloe,. so Wilbur notion was more tlmti eveft. strengthened as this niHii showed Lincoln (n the first zone. He was told to tHk(the matter up with tho post master. - A close examination and comparison of the two maps will show that a hair al most divides the Issue, For the purpose of determining rates tl . government "ins divided tho United States into unit's of area 30 minutes square, identical with a quarter ot the area formed by the in tersecting parallels of latitude and meri dians of longitude. In determining nones the government does not take a given city as the center around which to draw the circular bound ary of the zone, but rather takes the center of the unit area In which a given city Is found. Now It happens that a dne dividing two of these units ot area pnssfs through Omaha, north and south. This causes the trouble. The map companies have chosen to reckon Omaha In tha western unit ot these two. while he government map makers have chosen to reckon Omaha In the eastern unit area of these two. This throws the center of the first zone perhaps twenty-five or thirty miles farther east than Is shown by the map companies and therefore leaves Lincoln across the border In tho second zone. Barber Irate Over Order to Use Clean Towel for Each Man Considerable excitement pre ailed at tho city hall when an athletic health in spector enmo in to report that a barber had .threatened to mop the earth with hlh lr iie'evcr again came Into his shop Vnd,"toIif');lin'Iiow to keep It clean. Following the Inspector canid the bar ber. Ho- tackled Dan Hutler and told .that commissioner that any man who presumed to tell him how many towels he should use on a customer was in Han ger of Immediate annihilation. "Better bo careful, that man Is a health officer and is working under orders." ad- Iscd tho commissioner. ."How was I to 'know It?" retorted the ri-d-hea'ded barber. Now city commissioners think It may be necessary to put all health officers In iinirorm so that they will command greater respect. Acting under Health Commissioner Connell's orders Inspectors have visited barber shops .and bath houses and directed the proprietors to clean ub. When the Inspectors have been able to convinco theso proprietors that they are it-ally munfclpul officers and not med dlers, their advice has been heaid with consideration, but the Inspectors, declare they are unable to convince some they ar men With authority. Gold Money for Best Essays on Omaha Prizes amounting to $300 in gold will ne distributed umong school children ot Omaha, South Omaha, Henson, Dundee and Florence by the Omaha Ad club when tho essay on tho Oniuhn contest closes Omaha day. May 23, Klght first prizes and as many second prlz-s have been decided upon by A. S. ' Rorgluin of tho Ad club, .1. A. C. Kennedy jnud K. P. bcnlson of the Know umaha 1 committee, who copiposo the special com .mlttee. These may ho divided Into third, fourth and fifth prizes. , Tho competition will be confined to grades and the children oi each grade will compete with each other. It la. ar ranged ho that all students In Omaha in stitutions of learning will have a chance at ono of the lirlzes. The plan has been presented to K. V- Graff, superintendent of schools, and Dr. K. Holovtchlner, pres. Ident of tho Hoard of Education, and. en. ilorsed by them. The essays must be submitted to th teaeheis of the respective grades not later than May 9 so that a special com mittee will have tlmo to select tho prlzo winners before tho awards ure made on Muy 13. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS Clutm .Kcnt NcvIiib of the Northwest ern l In from Chicago und, In on a tour of the linen of Iho river. Georse Davis, chief cferk In the trans portatlon department of the Kurlinrton, la rejoicing in tho arrival of a girl oaby at hlH home. 12. 11. Itclly, former colonization asuiit of the. Union i'uclflc. but now In busi ncfifl Iti Elgin, III.. 1m In Omaha, for a hliort time. He expresses aurprlse over the wonderful growth of the city and the Increase in biiilne.is that he notices. .elirnaUana at the Hotel. Mrs. M. Johnson and daughter Louise of liroken Uuw, U. T. Jorgenson of Nor folk and A. Davidson of Geneva are at i U'e I'oyal. I Sam Itiibenateln of Lincoln. J. It. Madl. on of Genou, A. Ue.nsqn of Herman and Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Anderson of Cen tral City have taken rooms at the Millard, SUIT i " TO 1 R 1 E With every Suit tailored to y.our order. Free means free. No prices changed. We wish you to bear in mind that you get the extra $7.00 Trousers absolutely free. Furthermore, you get the same good service now and always. REMEMBER THIS WEEK ONLY None given free after sale closes. Don't come after and expect to get these pants free, for there will be none. Just Think of It, Men! A REGULAR $25 AND $30 SUIT tailored to Your Measure III I and Extra $7.00 PAIR OF PANTS FREE Council Bluffs Branch, 409 West Broadway I ilrfiTI FLOUR. BLEACHING UPHELD Nebraska Millers Pleased that Court Coincides with Their View. WILL WAIT FOR AN APPEAL N. II. Updike Sn Will X1 ne- unir nirni'lilntl- I'nlll t'nuf linn ni-n CRrrlcil l'i liy lh" Unvi'iMiiiirnt. It was with much satisfaction that N. n. Updike, president of the Updike Milling nnd Grain company, lead in The Beo that at St. Ixjula the United btatea court of appeala had reveraed tho deci sion of the United States district court In what has been known as the bleached flour cases. This decision gave Mr. Up dike the greatest satisfaction on account of tho fact that the higher court has taken the position for which he has al wnya contended that the bleaching of flour tnkes nothing from It, nor does it adulterate It In any manner. Owing to the fact that the government may carry the cose to the United States supreme court, Mr. Updike Is of the opinion that Nebraska millers will not resume the bleaching process, at least until It is known Just what is to be done in the matter of appealing, Tho Mrachlng process, so far as It ap pljea to flour la simple, consisting merely of passing the flour through a box. tho air inside of which has been heated to a high degree, but not sufficient lo burn or remove any of tho nutritious or healthy properties. No substances or In gredients of nny kind aro added and nothing Is taken nwny. Coming out of the hlearher the flour Is purity Itself, according to the millers, and In this condi tion goes Into the sacks without nny additional handling. No change In any of tho component parts of the flour has been made aside from making the .pro duct as white as snow. Should the government drop the case now, or should It carry It to tho United States supreme court and then lose, ft would be an easy matter for the mills of the country to resume bleaching, for anticipating a decision In line with the one rendered In St. Ixmls they have left their bleachers Intact In their mills and all that would be necessary to start them, in operation would be to slip the belts over tho pulleys and turn on' tho current. I'lour .Not Chnnurd. The bleacher Is nothing but an air tight box from whloh the' oxygen has been burned out. Through this vacuum the flour Is dropped from the bolting machines and an It comes out It Is puru white, no chemicals or other treatment being applied, Nebraska wheat still has the reputation of making the beat flour In the world, even when unbleached and with bleaching re-established, Mr. Updike la of the opinion that it will be considered Mill butter, If such a thing Is possible of con ception. In milling the hard wheat of the north It has-been found necesaary to soften it by mixing with durum wheat or rye, but with the Nebraska wheat it Is quite dif ferent. It Is recognized everywhere that tho wheat ..of this state Is Juat hard enough to make high grade flour without adding any foreign grains or mixtures. This fact has been established both In tills country and abroad. Without bleach ing the flour la a bit dark, but If bleached It becomes snow white and Is much sought after everywhere, being the favor ite with both bread and pastry makers. Nebraska flour being of ucu a U!gt ORDER lOOO i of Trousers Made to Your Measure This Sale Positively Ends WORLD'S LARGEST UNION TAILORS -4Hr . N. W. Cor. 15th and Harney Streets grade, whether bleached pr unbleachod. Jlr. Updike does not think Nebraska mill er have won such a wonderful victory However, he feels that the court has taken the logical view of thn cane and ha utiheld the reputation of NcbraHka, fully and more completely establishing the true and real worth of Ita wheat. Lonely Wolf Howls Over Loss of a Cow Who Was His Friend "Teddy," a new wolf at rtlvcrvlow park, howled himself 'hoarse Thursday hecauso there aro no cowa at Hlvervlew. This wolf was given to tho city yester day by D. McClure, a carpenter at Fort Omaha. He Is a fine cub nnd tho city appreciates tho gift, hut the keeper nt Itlvorvlow affirms that never in his life uas no dean wmi no uumy n uima, Toddy was kept at the fort ns the ! special guardian of a cow. Ho was tethered near her and slept In a haystack from which she ate during tho evenings. It was the kind-hearted wolf's delight to watch over this cow and see that no hnrm came to her. lie thought n lot of that cow for she was his only companion. The cow considered the wolf good company. She never objected to his advnnces and often showed him favors. Docllo as he usually Is the wolf would resent any attack on his bovine frlond and has driven even the milkman to sholter when that Individual persisted In walloping the cow because she kicked him. Thinking perhaps a buffalo would be as pleasing to the wolf as a cow tho kueper led him Into the buffalo herd. Im mediately the wolf showed his displeas ure , and the buffaloes likewise resented the familiarity, so the poor wolf was turned loose among his own kind. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Miss Maude Ingeraoll of New York City, daughter or thn late Colonel Robert O. Ingersoll, who recently was married to V, M. Trobasro of Cincinnati, wiet u cousin, of thn late George Ingersoll Oil belt of Omaha. Mr. Gilbert and Miss Ingersoll'a father were first coualns, Stomach. Upset? Sour? "Cascarets" Gently but throughly cleanse and rcg ilatfi your Stomach, Iilvcr ami . Dowels wlillo you sleep. ' That awful sourness, belching of acid and foul gases; that pain In the pit of the stomach, the heartburn, nervousness, nausea, bloating after eating, feeling of fullness, dliilntss and sick headache, means a disordered stomach, which can not be regulated until you remove tho cause. It isn't your stomach's fault. Your stomach Is as good as any. Try Caacareta; they Immediately clnanae and regulate the stomach, re move the sour, undigested and ferment ing food and foul gases; take the ex cess bile from the liver and carry off the constipated waste matter and poison from the Intestines and bowels. Then your stomach trouble Is ended. A Cas caret tonight will straighten you out by morning a 10-cent box from any drug store will keep your ktomach aweet; liver and bowels regular for mouths Don't forget the children-their little In sldea need a good, gentle cleanrJ. loo, AdveitUeinenU . . OVERCOAT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY MONEY 15 Mercantile Trust Co., Saint Louis, Mo. Announcing A Special "'Round-the-World" Trip on a New, Fast and Magnificent Ship The Canadian Pacific Company is about to put ft splendid new ship Into the Pacific service, for duty between HonR Kong and Vancouver, B. C. It will bo the fastest and finest vessel in the Pacific waters. Sailing from Liverpool April 1, Its first trip will be a triumphal prog ress around the world, in which we Invito you to join. We will send you to Liverpool via any railroad and steamship line from the port that you prefer. Start now, if you wish, and see the sights of Europe. We will arrange your tickets. Then embark on this latest "EMPRESS," which takes you on to Hong Kong, and from Hong Kong to Vancouver around the ivorld. At Vancouver a Canadian Pacific train carries you home through tho matchless Canadian Rockies "Fifty Switzerlands in One." All this for $639.10 for the Round Trip R. M.S. Empress of Russia Sailing from Liverpool April 1 This means ten weeks or more of de lightful and luxurious travel through lands of mystery and romance, under the most delightful conditions, with every detail incident to travel taken care of by Canadian Pacific official no worries or responsibilities for trav elers enjoylnjj 4n$ wonderful trip. Route) from Liverpool will be vja Gibraltar and Villefranche through the Mediterranean to Port Kaid, through the Sue i Canal to Sues, then to Colom bo and Singapore to Hong Kong. Side Trips to Nice and Monte Carlo, on the lairyliko Klviera, and to Cairo and the Pyramids may oe arrangea, an under Canadian Pacific escort. I 111 I S S flll , THE OMAHA DAILY, EVENING AND SUNDAY BEE. Mlii He! Ah itiHii Al'Jiums in llio'ir 'LVniloiv. Pairs FREE I 1. " TO LOAN With the Finest Accommodations the Boat Offers 16 Days in Hong Kong allow ample time to see the most interesting sights of newly awakened China, Just realiz ing Western progress, and for a spe cial trip to Manila and the Philippines. The Sights of Japan are reveuledtiy stops at Nugasaki Kobe and Yoko hama. Then "home" through the blue and sunny Pacific to Vancouver, with the Canadian Rockies journey at the best time of the year as a climax. We would like to give you full de tails of this most unusual 'round-thf world trip one that has no equal in interests and amusements and the modern perfection of the accommoda tions offe-d. Uverytbing explained If you write or call on GEO. A. WALTON.GcnerilAgen 216 So. Clark Street, 1 C icago, 111. TO ORDER I Wc invito applications for loans on chdieo business property in OMAHA. Ninw building projects flimncoil whoro tho fee nlniplo title to tho ground Is Included. CorrcHpontlouco In Invited. Capital and Surplus $9,500,000 THIS WILL INVERTED a& LAMP Equipped with Import ed Opaline Squat Globe and Self Lighting At tachment, $1.75 Delivered. INTEREST Til JOHNSON LAMP GO. 10S Canal rawer. romi t-B etmi a)r . hour. Ffcraa Daws. 1180. Mil So. lta It. Aycis Sarsaparilla Oldest, Safest, Strongest, Best. Standard family medicine. No alcohol. Sold for 60 years. Ask Your Doctor. J. O. A re r Co, Lowll, Mm JIOTUI.N. "The Vlotel of American Ideals" Washington, B.C. Hotel Powhatan Pennsylvania Avenue at 18th and II Streets trew. rirtproof. European flan Iloouu, detached butli, $1.30. $&00 np. Hooms, private bath, $-.50, $3.00 up. I0O per cent. Fir. Germ and Dun Proof. Two blocks from white House, and near all points of Interest. WHITE FOIl 80UVENIK BOOKUbT WITH MAP. XOroXB KOTEK COMPANY. Inc. Owners and Operators, Direction, and Managerasn: CLIFFORIi Jl. I.UWIS j i nmi irani i a. JUMlMmafJri,