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BUSINESS MENARE ACTIYE Executive Committee of the Com mercial Club at Work Again. COMMITTEE ON WORLD PEACE Will Oi Up Unrrnu of Informit. , tloa (or the Benefit oC Vlaltora to the Fall FeatlTnl Xerr Member Enlist. Models Showing the Fall Styles in Omaha Stores This Week 9 A world peace commltte was appointed i .py the executive,, committee of the Com- ' mercial club at the first meeting- of the i fall, held at noon yesterday, Thla atep crows out of the suggestion given by Al bert O. Bryant, who spoke on world peace jX the Commercial club last week. Those Appointed to work along lines of wortd 'peace are John L. Webster, Henry V. tYatcs, Korrls Brown, Dean J, A. Tan--cock, Dr. D. E, Jenkins, Edgar Scotj, ,V. P. Ourley, Dr. Harold Qlfford, W. V. Baxter and E. U. Oraff. '' It was decided also by the executive committee that through the publicity bureau an Information bureau should be established In Omaha for tho benefit of jput-of-town guests during Ak-Sar-Ben. OJata of rooms for the out-of-town peo ples will be kept and a force will bo kept to aid them In finding rooms. C. E. Tost, chairman of the cxecutlvo committee, In opening the first meeting of tho fall, expressed the hope that tho affairs for tho good of Omaha would bs handled With the same zeal with which they -were handled In the past. "You will have to go some, though," lie said, mid he called attention to what had been .dono In tho six months before the sum 'riier vacation. He reported that in that tlmo thcro had been 226 , meetings held at the club, with a total attendance of 2,610, which means that 4,000 hours of wojl j-pre 'ffovqted to the Interests of Omaha. ; To Vtatt Court House. The Invitation of tip caudt? commis sioners to visit tho new court house was accepted and a date will be fixed sooru .An Invitation was received to attend tho formal opening of the new Salvation 'Army headquarters at 1112 Dodge street 'Thursday of this week. The report of 'the municipal affairs commltteo madp a partial report ',on Its Investigation of the collection and disbursement ot city funds. The commltteo aoks for more time to rnako further investigations. " New members were elected to the Com mercial club as follows: E. 8. Koller, as sistant general manager of the Burling ton: C. W. Y. Loucks, secretary of the ilcKeen Motor Car company; Ray C. Klngsley, Columbian Optical company; William J. Joyce, manager Mourse OH company; E. I. Fries, auditor of disburse ments of the Union Pacific; Oeorgo B. pyball, vico president of the Alamlto Creamery company. Nonresident members were chosen as follows: C. I Watttes, banker, of Nellgh; Louis Vlerllng of the Vlerltng Steel works, Chicago. '.The passenger transportation commlt teo reported that the Niobrara, Sioux City Omaha Interurban proposition would bet a $13,000,000 project and begged more tlmo to gain fuller information regarding the proposed line. .1 AZi-Sar-Ben Ball Tickets Will Not 4 5j i; ;Be Transferable jL.At the regular meeting of the board of goVernors of Ak-Sar-Ben Monday night, It ,waa decided that tickets for the ball cannot be transfered from father to son, orjvice versa. "The ball tickets ar not tpjbe, looked upon as heirlooms this year," a'ayi J'Dad"' 'Weaver, secretary. "Of course .the stubs may be retained and put away In the family album and all that, but there will be no transferring of ball tickets thla year." Tickets for the Hippodrome show will be put,p,n sale tomorrow at Beaton's drug store. The. special rate will be six tickets for 1, and tho sale will continue until' the opening day of the carnival. The) regular prlco of the Hippodrome tickets are S3 cents. It was decided that a letter shall be .written to the Ministerial alliance by the board of governors Inviting a committee to come to King's Highway and look over the shows. They will be asked to censor the offerings. The Invitation Is extended to the ministers to visit tho carnival grounds tho second Saturday of tho car nival, September 27. "Dad" says all the dpzen attractions will stand tho. careful scrutiny of any committee ot ministers. Council Refuses to Pass Cheaper ' Car Fare Ordinance City commissioners, 'voting unani mously, refused to pass the seven for a quarter street car ticket ordinance, and upon tho ndvlco- ot City Attorney, John A' nine, passed a resolution authorizing the submission ot the proposition at the next election, which will probably be the charter election. "The proposition does not have to be submitted at a general election," sold Rlne, "but at the next election, regard less ot whether It Is a special or general election." A protest, filed by the street railway company, saying the initiative petition of tho socialists was Insufficient and illegal, was placed on file by the com missioners. No 'date has been set for the home rule charter election. WESTERN ROCK ISLAND LINES SHOW BIG EARNINGS LBi 1 L.Lv jjasaaflSKwissaBHBBBK, 'AtJtmpsen.&tMcnX Co At Tiompson v j&efcfert 2c Cb. w Indian Lad Wins Place in Trinity ' x Cathedral Choir I After an absence of twenty-five years, a South American Indian of chiefly an cestors has returned to. Omaha, where, as a'boy, he received part of his Edu cation, When Chief Caupollcan was a young ster in Omaha, singing for two years as tho soloist in tho. choir of Trinity cathe dral, ho did not, know that his stay here was to bo merely a Part of his educa tion. His .father was (the chief of tho Araucano tribe in Chill, .South America! In tho grammar school, where the high' achopj now stands, ho was known as Emllo B. Yates. , When- ho entered, Trinity "choir, which was then, directed by, Mrs. .J, W. Cotton, there were three boys' that competed In a contest to decide 'which,. of -them should become soloist. In addition to the Indian boy, the contestants were Charles Rogers, now with The Bee, and Ralph Crandall. And the little. Indian won. This week his slngbig is one of the attractive fea tures of the Orpheiim. J. L SVOBODA RESIGNS AS CASHIER OF STATE BANK J. L. Svoboda haa retired from the of fice ot cashier of the State Bank of Omaha. While he tendered his resigna tion September 9, it was not 'acted upon by tho board of directors until Monday. Mr, Svoboda will, re-embark In tho bank ing business after ho 'has taken a short vacation. C. M. Highs Is acting as cashier until a new officer Is 'elected to fill the vacancy. MAZZIE FINED FOR STRIKING OFFCER AT POLLING PLACE Samuel Mazzle pleaded . guilty before Judge Crawford of the county court to a charge,; of Interfering . with, an election official, and was fined $5 and costs.yMox zle was 'alleged to have .struck a peace, officer ' appointed by the election com missioner in the Second district ot th's First ward. STOMACH SUFFERERS If You Wish to Obtain Complete end Permanent Results Try Mayr'a Wonderful Stoma oh Remedy One Dose Will Convinoo You The report of the Rock Island road for the fiscal year ending June 20 hai just been made public. It shows a pros Mart's Wonderful Btonuun Xeaady Is well bow.) throughout (he country. Many 'thousand people have taken It for Stomach. Liver and Intestinal Allmenti erou, condition and that the company hlehy prkUlng It to" oVer'AVoni-h muff A mnnV. mil that 4 Vim n.tt.rii Ht. 1 I. -- l . .. . ... I j made money, but that the western !! trlct. Including Nebraska, Kansas and Colorado, was the section from which the profitable freight business came. In all districts the business was good, but the western was far ahead of any of the others. In the western district the operating Income increased 13.2 per cent over 112; In the eastern, U, and in the southern, 3.1 per cent. Avoid Sedative Conuh Uedlclnes. If you want to contribute directly to the occurrence of capillary bronchitis and pneumonia, use cough medicines that con tain codlne. morphine, heroin and other sedatives when you have a cough or cold. An expectorant like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is what la needed. That cleans out tho culture beds or breeding plices for the germs of pneumonia arid other germ diseases. This as why pneumonia never results frpm a cold when Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy Is uied. It' has a world wide reputation for Its cures. It benefits suflerera have received evn iron) one dose are heard everywhere and explain ltfi tremendous sale. It rarely ever falls and those afflicted with Btc.nli, ZiiTr and Intestinal Allmtnts, ZhdlgastloA, Qas In' tha Ktpmaoli ad In testines, Dizziness, Tainting Spells, Oollo Attacks, Torpid Uver, Constipation, etc should by all means try this remedy. The benefits Btomanh sufferers Mho have taknn Mayr'a Wonderful otomaeli Kemtdy liaviv received Is In most cases a lasting one. After yqu have taken this Remedy you should bo ublo to di gest and absimllato your food, enable the heart 'to pump pura red blood to every part of Iho body, giving ftrmnoss and strength to fibre and muscle, lustre and sparklo to tha eye, clearness and color to the complexion and activity' and brilliancy to the brain. Do away with your pain and suffering and this Is often possible with even one doae of Mayr'a Wobdarful Stomach Knidy. Interest ing literature and booklet describing Ktomach Ailments sent free by Oeo. H. Mayr.Mfg, Chemist. 101-11,6 Whiting St , Chicago, 111 l"or sale In Omaha by Sherman is. Mc Con.nell Druggists lti and DodKo Sts Kth and Harney Hts. 21th and Farwn Debutante Slouch Seems Natural to Brandeis Model Tiie sensation of tho Mtylo show at the Brandeis s.tores this week Is .Miss Vir ginia Rappo, who Is known as tho "Qlrl with th'j Million Dollar Smile." Miss Rappo was engaged last season .for the Style show, but i Instead announced her engagement to a young millionaire. Just eforo the wedding was to have taken place sho decided not to glvo up her artistic career and . has been . continuing her. work as a star , in the movies and as a model at the various 'stylo shows. Mlsd' Rappe, who has had unprecedented ,buc-; ce$s In the -east, 'is' now en.' route .frestj anil will appear next week In Los An geles. The new walk, "tho Debutante Slouch,' Is gracefully expressed by Miss Rappe, to whom It seems to be natural, for she uses the new' walk when on the street, as well as when exhibiting gowns. Miss Rappe Is much sought after for her pictures for advertising. Beside hav ing perfect features, she has unusually pretty dark hair and eyes and the pro verbially "pearly 1 teeth," which one reads about but rarely sees. After trav eling f6r a time, Miss Rappo will return to tho stage, wlicro she huu boon under study for a number of stars In New .York, last year being understudy In "Roly I'oly,", with tho Wobor & Fields' production. Earlier In the season she was tea-' tured promlnontty In the ' klnemacolor stylo pictures, produced In Lillian Rus sell's play, "Fashions." Miss Rappo objects 1 seriously when asked If she ever appdarisd'ln'tho chorus. "No, Indeed; when I made my dobut on the stage, my 'name was 6n the program, Tho part was a minor one, but'-1 re fused to start with tho chorus, so I was given a part.' - i This beautiful aisdcVa hobby Is motoring,- and-when In New York she-drives u racing car. According to Miss Rappe, JthoWomeri "ifo njjt. pay enough attention tothelr clothes, but sho believes for motoring that simple and tight fitting clothcsi should be worn. Owing to aero planing and driving their own'' motor cars, Miss Rappo thinks that ! pantalettes will soon be Hie rage for sportswomen. A Ilfo Sentence of suffering with throat and lung trouble Is quickly commuted by Dr. King's Now Discovery. BOo and $1. For sale by Be toln Drug Co. Advertisement. , ononononononononoEsonononoaonononoao 8 ii r n o Ak-Sar-Ben Pennants! They are beauties both In design and coloring, You can have your choice of a red, yellow or green one, for only fifteen cents and a Bee coupon at The Bee office. T7VERYBODY will want a pennant g for Ak-Sar-Ben Carnival. It will be the fad to carry them all week, and to decorate busi ness places, w n M BsaBssaB SSBBBBBSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBB o mWI D autos and homes with them. By using all three colors, they make most attractive window displays. Bqsides the Ak-Sar-Ben pennants, we can supply you any of the following at the same price of only fifteen cents, when accompanied by a Bee coupon: Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota, Yale, Harvard, Princeton, Cornell, 0 0 Knights Xempler, Shriners, Masons, Eagles, 0 jj Knights of Columbus, Odd Fellows, Modern n jj Woodmen, Ayoodmen of the World. o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 They are handsome, exclusive designs, beautifully embossed on college felt, size 15x36 inches, usu ally sold for seventy.five cent3 and. one dollar. , . . . . 1 s A Bee pennant coupon will appear every day on page 2 of Tho Bee.' Cut thqm out and'save them. You will need ono coupon -for each pennant, and lrOTT WILL WANT THEM ALL. If pennants arc to he mailed, add five cents for each pennant to t'over postage. o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o uinmiitiuHHimmnuinHnnBiramninifflmm MOST PROMINENT MEN IN OMAHA ENDORSE TUXEDO All mention special Tuxodo qual ities which give now noto of satisfaction to thoir pipe smoking One ot tho many woll known Oniahn men who hnvo endorsed Tuxedo publicly Is quotod hero and tho thousands ot Tuxedo smokers In Omaha will soe In what he says an exact reflection of thoir dwn opinions. Every man In Omaha owes It to himself to try Tuxedo becaUso It Is tho ono tobacco which combines freedom from blto with supreme fra grauco and flavor. Tuxedo li the very finest tobacco Kentucky grows ripe, mollow, swcot and mtld old Hurley, aged right up to p6rfcctlon day. Then troatod by the original "Tuxedo Process" which takes out tho sting, makes Tuxodo smoko cool and slow, and guarantees that It ennnot blto your tonguo. Mr. Richard Kitchen, manager and pop ular host of tho Paxton Hotel, is one of the many prominent Omaha men who have dis covered by experience arid comparison that smoking Tuxedo puts a pipe at its best, giving wonderful fragrance, flavor and mild ness without the' slightest irritation to tongue or throat. Mr. Kitchen says: MR. RICHARD KITCHEN Manager Paxton Hotel ot Omaha "I have always thought J would like to write ad vertisements about Tuxedo. If there is anything in enthusiasm 1 would certainly make converts. Tux edo is the best ever. It makes a real companion of the pipe. It's just right for mild ness and fragrance, stays lighted and doesn t bite. i Ml JJaiiMlL'XTllllliri IUanrf'om JhePer feet Tobacco jP YU BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE Utngjcwed Qq HhraoUture 5c 1 WaHS f H IHIHf W I IM M lift iff HUUHIHaEIaEaSB UUaVJl WUhMUK :...-::imi'T0t',. A Certificate ot Good Health is. required qf . every employee in our bakery. This means something to you if you will ust think it over. Our workmen have, plenty of pure air and sunlight Thtv Have individual lockers and shower baths. ' We believe we are under moral obligation to -every con sumer of bread in this city to give them the cleanest and purest bread, it is possible to make. KOLSUM Bread Is Made Clean Where, is your bread baked? The Jay Burns Baking Go, .Clear D elisor ecL Concentrate your advertising in The Bee, There is a Bee in almost every home. ,'. w.d Hotel Wal r.a druggist. 0 j onoaotsoaoxaoEiocic oocaozacxuzaoEaoBrooozsoEio