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THE BEE; OMAHA. FIIIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1913.
BRIEF CITY NEWS OSarcophagus. ptipttiit. Peters Trust Co. xdfe lot? Ttf. Pnn Mutual. Oouia tlghtinr rutntii. Surgsit-aranAen fo, IKUllty Storage I Van Oo, Doug. 151 Have Root Print It Now Beacon Pros. Tract funds and estates administered. rermanency and stability la backed by a capital and lurplus ol $400,000. Petera Trust Co. THIEVES STEAL VALUABLES A AS CROWD WATCHES PARADE I While the electrlo parade was In prog ,t thtevea were doing everything else but watch the pageant. "Will Collins of Coon Rapids, la., lost 2S to plckpockots. I. J. Watson. 2S03 Burt street, lost his natch In a like manner; Leon Coney's roommate at the Continental hotel iktpped out with 1ST belonging to Coney, B. P. Carpenter ot Bahdon, Ore., lost J75 to pickpockets. H. Selgel, pawnbroker at 1105 Farnam street, was In front ot his place of busi ness watching the parade when someone broke in through a rear door and, going to the safe, which was unlocked, stole diamond-studded brace let, two valuable watches and two large diamond rings. YOUNG MEN OF THE HEBREW ASSOCIATION MEET TUESDAY The Toune Men's Hebrew Association will resume Its fall activities Tuesday evening, October 21, on which date the drat tall business and social meeting will be held. Members and nonmembers are requested to be present. An interesting program Is being arranged by the social "vork committee. At the meeting of the board of gov irnors Monday evening It was decided to continue the. evening classes In Eng lish and Jewish history. The educational committee has the matter In charge and will soon make announcements of the opening of the night school. Eat Less Meat If Back Hurts Take a glass of Salts to flush kidneys if bladder bothers you. Eating meat reguiui-iy eventually pro duces kidney trouble In some from or other, says a. well-known authority, be cause the uric acid In meat excites the kidneys, they become overworked i get sluggish; clog up and causo all sorts ot '"Jlstresft, particularly backache and mis ery in tho kidney region; rheumatlo twinges, severe headaches, acid stomach, constipation, torpid liver, sleeplessness, Madder and urinary irritation. The moment your back hurts or kid neys aren't acting1 right, or if bladder bothers you, get. about four ounces of Jud Salts from any good pharmacy; take a tablespoonful In a glass of water before breakfast foi a few days and your ildney-B will then aot fine. This famous ialts is 'made from" the acid of grapes ind leroon, ulce, combined with HthUj ind has been' used for generations to flush clogged kidneys' and stimulate Uiem to normal activity; also to neu turallte the acids in the urine so it no longer irritates, thus ending' bladdor 4lsorders. Jad Salts cannot Injure anyone; makes . delightful effervescent llthla-water drink which millions of men and women take now and then to koep the kidneys and urinary organs clean, thus avoiding lerlous kidney disease- Advertisement RESINOL STOPS SKIN TORMENTS How This Wonderful Treatment Ends Itching and Ileals Skin Eruption. Brooklyn, N. Y, "At first little red spots were seen on my arms and body, which I noticed were getting larger every day. They itched me so much that I scratched myself until I bled. There were times when I stood Up all night and scratched. I was troubled tbout three weeks, during which time 1 used , which seemed to do me no good whatever. 'Then, finally, I thought of trying Reslnol Soap and Reslnol Ointment. As soon as I applied Resl nol Ointment I felt much relief. After using It a few times, I noticed the sore spots slowly fading away, and In about a month I was cured completely." (Signed)' Adolph Schoen, 743 Shepherd A.ve., Nov. 1, Mli, Reslnol is not an experiment It is doctor's prescription which was to unusually- successful for akin troubles that Is has been used by other physi cians all over the country for eighteen years. No other treatment for1 the skin now before the publlo can show such a -ecord of professional approval. Every Srugglst sells Reslnol Ointment and Beslnol Soap. For free trial write to Dept. 11-ij, Reslnol, Baltimore, Md, Every Good Grocer knows this BIG box and will gladly see that you get Tell him you want Washington CRISPS Touted Corn FUlu,-ICc. t4 Stops falling Hair Hull's Hair Ren ewer eerUlnlj stops fallincr hair. Nodonht ahohtlt whi. ever. Yon will aurely, be eAttefled. CARHIYAL GROUND CROWDED, Thusandi Pass Through Gates After the Parade Disbands, SHOWS DO CAPACITY BUSINESS Barkers nark nnd Ballyhoos Bnlly nnd the People Keep on STrnrmlns; Onto the Gronnds. Thousands of itMol hnrrlnl Ihrniich th. gates of the carnival grounds Wednesday mgnt artcr tne parade had parsed nnd made merry until the cats were eloneil a little after midnight No shows were opened Until after the parade had passed Sixteenth and Howard streets, but enough pleasure seekers crowded throned ih gates after that to put the attendance up near tho record mark. Bands played the latest rartlmn. nri? an. ground out tho latest melodies and bark- ers and ballyhoo men yelled themselves hoarse telling the people of tho virtues of their attractions. Everybody had a good time and, although It appeared Im possible to cut through the crowd, every body managed to keeD movlnir with n. assistance of several squads of policemen unuer tne direction of Sergeant Tony Vanous. It was Impossible to walk In a line, to everybody fell Into step with the music, that was dispelled from almost every spot on the grounds, and tangoed up and down the streets, invfuitv nn,i cheerfully. Confetti battles were waged In earnest last night and it was an exceedingly fortunate person who escaped without his or her eyes, ears and mouth clogged with the clipped paper. Nobody seemed to mind the confetti thnus-h. hut wintni.. Joined In the warfare with a vim and lougnt uacK with thoso who made the attacks. All tho shows on the midway did ca pacity business at every performance. The peanut stands, hot dog venders, and the merry-go-round, the frolic and the Ferris wheel did more business In an hour than they would ordinarily da In a day. The live stocjt snow proved attractive, although most of the carnival crowd was engaged In seeking excitement rather than viewing educational exhibits. The Hippodrome, AK-Sar-Ben's own show, turned away hundreds of people. The show Is the only one of its kind on the midway and accordingly did a profit able business. Half a dozen big vaudeville and circus acts constitute the program, which more than Pleased everybody who witnessed tho bill. Ewlng's Zouave band, the Six Tumbling Demons, the Aerial Lesters and Slglee's dogs, all acta that appear regu larly in Vaudeville, furnished entertain ment and amusement, while Harry War rick, an old circus clown, who has played Omaha many times, while with tho big circuses, furnished plenty of comedy. Ewlng's band la the headline attraction. It played in tho parade, but the men ap peared at the carnival ready and anxious for work and they wero forced to play several encores for every selection. The band not only plays, but marches in trick maneuver style. The six Tumbling Demons tumbled around the stage and performed feats so QUiuttly that it was almost Impossible to see how they did It. The Aerial Lesters while high In the air near the top of the canvas, and even played brass in strunienta .while hanging .'from a ' ladder. ft l?0t!a pleaBed u rownups and the children alike. Harry Warrick pan- immenmfeiy.ta,ked Pl'UtCA eVWbo WILD WEST DRAWS CROWD Mich Vim Vnt into Performance and Everybody Pleased. A capacity House attended the Wild The lD!rM " th Ji0rlum last uiiht. The performance did not etart until after the parade, but the audience woe willing Hr,,eM,f W UnU! a ,ater h0Ur and h en! tire bill was given. The large crowd put enthusiasm Into the cowboys last night and they made more noise yelling and singing and burning powder than at any prevjou. per formance. Even the Indian, caught the enthusiasm and tobk special delight In Z f, th1 'owby work a little harder than usual in order to defeat them in tho game of push ball. DIvbUrKlnl0f the overland ecnner proved to be the most popular act of the Z'm "if. "WIi; Cr0w1 fema'"el seated Sthee,"eSd;detta'' Ind'ttn Wa" CW'ed thhfiai!!r,U1;lWaS dened and only the light from the campflre was vlslblo t lnJ,n crowd P to make with the dusky redsklni lying fiat on their faces, with thsir guns In position to shoot on the unsuspecting prospectors, and it made many a heart beat faster, so realistic was everything. But when the cowboys came to the rescue at the psy! chological moment the thrill of fear changed to one of delight and nearly everybody stood up and cheered. The comedians with the show put on a few special stunts for the benefit of the .lty m,""' " d,d "Pon'. high school riding horses. The Hebrow comedian outdid his previous efforts, and his ridiculous comedy when ho attempted to ride the "family" mule brought town the house. He rode the mule forward, ?? "fL." on ,ts neck I" ... ,ma,rin8De Position, and the mule threw him every time. He even allowed the little creature to roll over o" top of him when he suffered a partleu. larly vicious pitch. The cowboy band, directed by Ai Fair brother, an old Omaha boy who gradu ated from the oca? Wfh .i . . " - 1 1 vju i an ri ; ; ...-... v urn ana new popu lar pieces and accompanied the .cowboy quartet in fine style. The Wild West show will continue to show at the Auditorium the remainder of the wesk. This afternoon the perform ance will not start until after the parade. ICIC ONES VIEW TUB SHOW Irwin Brothers Send Performers to St. Joseph's Hospital, Tho Irwin brothers took their cowboy band. Jack Red Cloud, son of old Chief Red Cloud, several other Indians and cowboys, a band of squaw and a brace of papoose to the St Joseph honpltal yesterday afternoon and gave a modified exhibition of frontier days for the benefit of the Inmates ot the Institution who are convalescing sufficiently to enjoy a little amusement. The Ak-Sar-Ben board of governors accompanied the Wild Westers and said they never saw people enjoy any. kind of a performance more than did tho invalids. Csnie of Insomnia. The most common cause of Insomnia is disorders of the stomach and constipa tion. Chamberlain's Tablets correct tliise disorders and enable you o sleeps Jfor sale by all drugrlsts.Advertiement. AFFAIRS ATJOUTIl OMAHA Motorcycle Officer Drummond Noti fied to leave Job. APPOINTED BY MAYOR HOCTOR Fire and Police Commissioners Dp termlneit to Have Something to Sny Aboat Department, Is Inference. necause Ltoyd Drummonw. motoreyclo cop, happened to be appointed to tho po lice forco by Mayor Hoctor upon the ad vice of Chief of Tollce John Brtggs, ho was dropped yesterday morning without notice. Drummnnrt enmn horn from Omaha, where he held a good position ana was Highly respected. The pollco department In South Omaha needed an oxpert motoreyclo man to enforce the speed ordinances. There was no compe tent applicant for the place In South Omaha and Chief or Tollce John Rrlggs, with the approval of Maror llootnr. brought Drummond to South Omaha, It is aid. Drummond had been highly recom mended by the Omaha police force. Be lieving that ho was to be appointed to thn South Omaha police force Drummond reslgnod from his Omaha position and came to South Omaha as motorpvei cnh. His work has been efficient In the high est degree. He has won commendation from tho very first as an Intelligent, fearless and law abiding officer. Yesterday morning he was notified that his sen-Ices would be no longer needed on the South Omaha Dollee fnreo. Drum. mond said "there was no complaint made against mo for neglect of duty or ior anyming else. I had no notice that the board would drop mo until this morn ing. I was working without having been formally sworn In, but I understood that Commissioners Devlne and Donahue re fused to AtinrnVA mv ntnnl..n.nn -rt. I spoke to Commissioner Devlne about the matter this morning he offered to give me any recommendation to any place I wanted, but he said, "it seems as it the police board was being run by Mayor Hoctor and Chief Brlgps." And that seems to bo the milk In tho cocoanut. Because Hoctor appointed Drummond on recommendation of Brlggs he was dismissed It Is said that Brlggs will walk the plank next. Treasurer's Office Open Noons, Treasurer V. J. Martin pushed the rec ord a little higher yesterday when ho Inaugurated tho practice of keeping the treasurer's office open during noon hour for the benefit of the working people who cannot come at any other time. Be glnlng yesterday the treasurer's office will remain open from morning until the closing hour at night without Interrup tlon. Treasurer Martin said, "This practloe will oontlnuo as long as there is any in dication that tho peoplo will taka ad vantage of It. There are many girls and women who get up town about noon and who wish tp pay their taxes. If they find tho office closed at that hour It means another long trip for them. Now wo will keep the office open ail day, Including noon hours, and wo expect that many will take advantage ot the cus tom." aioney and Roontmnte Gone. Complaining that his roommate, Joe Hagenkapsl, stole 10 from a suitcase In a room at 411 North Twenty-sixth street Tuesday night, Peter Pesodlo had his companion arrested. on. suspicion of the deed. Pesodlc told Chief of Detectives Sheahan that he and Hagenkapsl had roomed together for some time," Pesodlo secreted 10 In an old suit case Tuesday night and then went to bed. When he arose the money was gone and so was HaKenkaosI. Dee White Gets Wnlcu Dack. Lee White and his little sister wero playing school In their home, EC2 South Thirteenth street Tuesday evening. Lee laid his watch on the sill of an open window. Later when he went to look for It It was gone. Somo person had cut tho screen, reached through and taken tho tlmepleco. Lato yesterday afternoon, an swering a telephone call, Lee was told ho would recelvo his watch If he would call at the drug store at Twenty-first and Q streets. At the store tho druggist handed over to Lee a package that contained the watch. It had been left at the store by a stranger. Manic City Gossip. W. M. Snyder of Ewins. is viBltlng with South Omaha friends. For Rent Two rooms furnished for light housekeeping. 622 N. 22d St. housekeeping. 622 N. I2d St. Owing to the German parade the city offices will be closed this afternoon. Mrs. Oeorge P. Mathews has returned from two weeks' visit at Iowa points. Barney Cogan and Percy Hlatt have been appointed to the police depart ment. Mr. and Mrs. II. Hosklns of Huron, 8. D are visiting telatives in South Omaha. All real and personal city taxos be came due yesterday. They will become delinquent January 1. Three moving picture houses In South Omaha nro sold to bo delinquent in tho payment of their licenses. For a case of Jetter's Old Ace or nnl.l Top beer, call So. 868. Prompt delivery to uii puns ui mo cuy. m. JCller. Mrs. Lulu Donahue, aged 31 years, died at her home, 2606 M street, yesterday. Funeral arrangements will be made later. The Brotherhood of American Yeomen will hold an important meeting and Ini tiate several candidates Saturday evening at the Ancient Order of United Workmen temple. Wanted room and board by single man; room must be clean; board for two meals only. Terms must be reasonable. State lowest rate and apply M. T., South Omaha Bee office. The Woman's Foreign Missionary so ciety of the Methodist church will hold its annual election Friday, October 3, at the home of Mrs. J. E, Connell, HH North Twenty-third street. Peoplo residing in the neighborhood of Forty-third and P streets report an at tempted holdup Tuesday night at it o'clock near the Burlington tracks. The residents of that section of the city are fighting for a viaduct at this point which they claim is a hangout for tramps and hoodlums. Color Question Up , Once More in the High School Band The strike ot the high school band, thought to have been settled last week, is again threatening to break out. Some members ot the band say that the agree ment made with Principal Kate A. Mc Hugh was but a tentative one and assert that It their demands are not compiled with the disbanding ot the band must come. A petition stating that If the negro boys In the band are not transferred to companies in the regiment at onco the white boys wilt refuse to play Is be'ug circulated among the members of thn band, and up to Wednesday afternoon more than halt had signed It. This pe tition will pe presented to Miss Mcilugh this week. Many Free Conveniences Vre Waiting Rooms and Rest Rooms for women and children. , Free Cheek Ron for your bfurgng and parcels. , Free Nursory nnd Play Room for infants and children In chsreo, of trained nurse. Checks on nil banks cashed free Omaha's Greatest Attraction In tho heart of tho perma nent rotall district at 16th, and Douglas streets, 6 groat buildings, connected by underground arcades and bridge.; 1,300 employees; nearly 10 acres floor space. Friday Bargains Expressly for Ak-Sar-Ben Visitors Brandois Store ia know throughout tho ontiro west as tho storo that gives genuine bargains in merchandise of merit. Friday is tho great bargain day of tho week, and tills Friday in particular we havo preparod a most re-., markable array of values so out-of-town people may roap tho big bargain benefits that thiB great store, with its powerful buying organisation is able to offer you. To those about to leave town, we announce theso special sales of just tho articles you are seeking to take with you as gifts to those at home as well as for your own personal use. We Have Specially Priced This New Merchandise Suitable for Gifts Every Item FRIDAY T IN OUR SPECIAL Trimmecl Hats, $1 These hats are nearly all samples, They nre up to Vlate. becoming fall shapes, prettily trimmed and many were made to sell aa high as 5 each a great variety, in baevsment, at Pit, i flstiriiiiiiH mail iiiiratmfes?jfrTVaa '-iirri-3M nri-ni , , .;mmn.;-,-.mini-frnh-, --irMPfi3iwmma is a Special ri Ir asr im Si Children's Fall & Winter HATS Smart stylos In plushes, volvots, feltB, Scotch plaids and black and white checkj for street and school wear; ages 0 to IS years; $1.50 values, in base- OQ mont, at OU Women's Wool Serge DRESSES In all bIzcs and styles nnd colors that are popular this fall. Up-to-dato, prac tical dresses that could not be bought clsowhero for less than $5.00, tQ98 Friday, at pJ . Women's Long, Heavy GOATS Serviceable coats that will glvo you good wear; styled that are good; all dC sizes, at, each P3 Women's $12.50 SUITS at $6.98 In now styles and colors; medium and heavy weights; materials that d08 give good wear, at. . . .; ipO . Women's Fall Wash Waists, 50o Women's Plush Coats Made to Sell at $15 Friday at $10 Immense lot ot theso fine silk plush, full length coats, carefully sited, full cut, strictly up-to-dato and desirable stylos and oxcollont quality throughout; heavy lining. Made to soil at $15 Hasomont Cloak Section, at, oauh no Toko Homo-a Regular S2 DOLL for 98c Largo, ifully Jointed doll, moving eyes with oyo lashes, sowed wigs; theso beautiful dolls will do light tho chlldrpn Fri day, at, QO. each IO 25c BEAUMONT ARMY RIFLES at $1.98 Would cost $25 In a reg ular way. Wo warrant theso used guns to bo In AifAAt wnrlf Thoy are G-shot ropoatlng l rlfios. mi snlo In basement, at v Standard Size Embroidered, and Scalloned Pillow Oases Mado from good graao casing, over u pretty designs; 50c values, at MuBlln Department, at, each... Women's Silk Petticoats at $1.39 All sizes, Including bUos for largo wo men; black and colors; 8odlS8 quality of silk, at ' Women's Fall Skirts, $2.98 Good styles and colors; all sites; de Irablo wool and worstofl ?O08 materials, at, each Exceptional Blanket Bargains Wlien we advertise a strictly all wool blanket you can depend upon It that you will find exactly the quality and valuo as wo advertised It. $5 Strictly All Wool 11-4 sire Sample Ulan kots at 92.08 n Pair White, gray, tan and plaids while 260 pairs last, at a jJ2 Q Sample Wnnketa that wero mado to sell at $.1 to $tt,50 a pair, nt $1.08. All color plaids, plain colors and whites; many aro full 12-4 slzo and wool filled. Such bargains as this may not como your way again, tfjl (JO While about 300 pairs last, at. . V e70 32-in. Amoskeog Ohambray Gingham. Plain, checked and strlpod effects; 1 thousands of yards on sale all day, at. C SPECIALS in LINEN Dept. 1,000 yards plain unbleached Torry cloth or TurkUh toweling; good, heavy quality; 18 to 22 IncheB wide Worth 19C, at, a Ql yard )8x70-lnch Hemmed all ptiro linen To. bio Clotlis, bleached and regular $1.00 An quality, special at, each OC Turkish Towels, extra heavy 15o qual- f lty,- but slightly Imperfect, at, each . . IvC Crochtt Bed Rpxeads in Marseilles ratttros Full slie spreads tor larsa bes plain hem- fQ med; exceptional values for roomlmr HftC houses; t.3B quality, at. each ev Women's High Shoes, $1.98. 1.000 pairs ot women's shoes of exceptional value. Made from same .materials ami high K"aAWork into an as dull kid tops) all good slyleHt all sixes manshlp that go on, pa and vl rnlfll!v nnlenf leather, tan Vict KiosKin, wnn cidih or skin oes selling for SS.S0. Dull calf- $1.98 Boys' OVERCOATS and Suits Chinchilla Overcoats for Boys Light or dark grays and blue shadings; splendid fitting coats with half bolt; ages 2 to t OC years $8 values, nt pJ Boys' Suit Special $fl.BO values, at fS.SS. Yoke Norfolk models, ages 7 to 17 s Russian style; ages 2 to 7 and bloUBO effects, Ages G to 0, splendid wearing fabrics In jn Off bluos, browns and grays, at P dJ Hoys' 80c lH6tiso Waists at SSc Madras, per cales and chambraya; all mado with OP link button collar; ages 6 to 16, ea. . OC Sample Pieces Dress Goods. Three cases of fins all wool na.h(J phase froA thn custom Howie at about one-third their valnv 'Two to Bht of a kind matched up: suitable ror scnooi aresses, uoys- ana FRIDAY'S BARGAIN SPECIALS On Our MAIN FLOOR UNMADE DRESS PATTERNS Each containing ampld material for any stylo suit or one-pioco dress, in new fall weaves and good colorings. Black and whito checks, pencil stripo Serges, whip cords and epingle suit- nr lngs, broken chocks and J) 1 7J stripes, ate., worth $3.50 J to $4.00; at, each TABLE CLOTHS Irish Linen Batln Damask Table Cloths, 70x72-lnch, worth ?2.00 each, at S1.25 IB T7 fl ! t. pair Jewelry Specials Set of Itosrors' Knlvci und Forks, warranted IB dwU worth $4.00, at. dosen a.4B It Uerman silver Mesu Hag's, ring; or unbreakable mesh, at l-6 Leather Bags, soma real pin Boal, real walrus, reat morrocco, worth to 13.60 at 91.33 Gorman Silver Vanity Cases sals price Jl.OO White French Ivory Clock special at 91.00 11.00 Sterling Hllver Pen dent LaValllars, put up In fancy satin lined box. Boa Black Enamel Mantle Clocks I S-dRy. time strike, 5V4 In. dial, height 9 Inches, width 13 inches, at...fa.98 Elgin Watch. 7 jewel move ment In solid nickel IS slr.e case, special at 13,88 WflT.W A ROMUBOSLa 1VO IXI1BS Hundreds ot pairs of high irrads, hand forged and stlel layed scissors and shears. All tires from the smallest embroidery scissors to -lnoh shears, Including the famous ball bearing shears that never work loose, worth to 76c tr., QQn Notion Dept., at, pair uu Handkerchiefs Womon'a Ltssuo Handker chiefs with now long, col ored Initials -6. In a box, worth 76c, spe- IE, clal at, box tOC Women's 2-clnsn Import? ed Kid Gloves 'Light und medium weight, overscam sewn black, white, tan and brown kid gloves ot excollcnt quality every pair guaranteed perfect- p!JrB,:e. $1.00 Women's fl-Olssp GHrman Xia aiovss, light and me dium weight, black, white, tan, brown and grey, all perfect, all stsea ft On Misses' and Children's Hosiery Misses', Children's and Boys' Black Cat Leather Stockings, flno and heavy ribbed, triple knee, double heels and toes fast block all sizes, worth 10c a pair; at QC- Six rnlrs for OJL Women's Mercerized Lisle Thread Hosiery, wldo hem tops, double soles, rolnforcod 6-thread hoots and toes, full fashlonod, regular mado l black and tan; 8 pairs for. . . . P JL Women's Neckwear Handsome collar and cuff sots make acceptable gifts. Boe r!:.75c"$2.25 DIIUQ SPECIALS Manlcuro Outfits Consisting of buffer file, emery board and ebony hoof stick, worth GOc, special 4SfrC Colgate's LaFranoe O.UtiOUr Soap, Tiose Tertume, spe- j 2 Co slzo cake, clal at the or. aso tot 154 03 STREET CARJTRIKES TRUCK Thirteen Bellevue People Injured on Viaduot. M0T0RMAN IN A BIG HURRY Mrs. Nellie Dmh necelves nroUen 1 Ankle nnd Sirs. Addle Cnrper Wrenches I.eR Tto Other Accidents Oecnr. Apparently unable to control his car on tho Tjown grade of he Twenty-fourth street viaduct, near Hickory street, the motorman on Crosstown car No. 229 going north, struck a heavy truck bound In the same direction, but caught in a crush of traffic and unable to move. Thirteen visitors from Bellevue, who were coming to see the eleotrlc paiade wero thrown to the ground and three were seriously hurt, and the rest pulnfully Injured. The truck was thrown to the side railing of the viaduct with such forco that one wheel hung over It The truck was driven by Phlnn Beck sted, a well known Bellevue man con nected with the Magic City Barrel com pany, which owned the truck. In the vehicle vere; Mrs. Nellie BuMi, who received a broken ankle; Mrs. Addio Carper, whooe loft leg and ankle was badly wrenched; David Hall, 73 years old, who received minor In juries but which, because of his ago may have serious results; Florence and Forest Carper, Fred Bush, Mrs. Ethel Becksted and her two small children, "who wer bruised badly; Carney Ilouchtllng, Leon Bush, James Van Orman and Phlnn Beck sted. Police surgeons administered first aid on the spot and pjirt of the victims were taken to a hospital at South Omaha. Six were put in the patrol bound for the emergency operating room at the sta tion. On tho way in the patrol broke and another ambulance was called nnd the Injured people were taken from one auto Into another and then brought to headquarters. James Morgan of Paola, Kan., received a broken If late last night on the east end of the Douglas street bridge when a Council Bluffs car struck him. Ho was taken to Bt. Joseph's hospital. Bfrs, MMthevrsou Injured. While Mr. and Mrs. John Mstthewson, 2212 South Tenth street were endeavoring to board a car at Fourteenth and Far nam streets nfter the electrical parade last night, the car started and Mrs. Matthetvson was thrown to the pave ment and seriously bruised. She was able to go to her home later after re ceiving emergency treatment. Live Stock Prizes Are Awarded at the Douglas County Fair Although most of tho exhibits at the Douglas county fair will bs In place until (Saturday night, everything in live stock has been Judged by Howard Granllch of the state, university and the prizes awarded. Mr. Granllch said the exhibi tion Is a remarbablo showing of stock and one of the best aver seen at a Nob. rsska county fslr, D. C. Lonergan owns ths largest hog In Nebraska and ponlbly one of the largest In the world. It weighs 1,110 and huj carried off the blue ribbon In many hog events. Mr. Lonercan's farm Is near Florence. Among the horses there is an excellent showing. William Kerr won several first prises. His farm is near Bennington. J. W. Welch won tlst and sevond prizes with his Shetland pontes, Clndor elle and Prince. J. C. Boot won first prlM In all ovents listed under the Dutch Belt cattle, lie had seventeen entries, William Kerr won all the prizes with his offering of Percheron stallions and maros. He also won with his draft gel dings and mares. His pony, not exceed ing twelve hands high, won first and second. C, lu Campbell Won third. Among the Clydei, Bhlrts, Charles Bee fus of Waterloo wpn first prize with bis 4-year-old stallion and the ribbon with his senior champion stallion- In the cattle exhibit Dr. B. B. Davis won first prize; H. C. Qllssmann second and Gould Diets ths grand champion rib. bon. Mr. Gllssmann togk all the prizes anl ribbons In ths Chester White and O. I. C, entry ot hogs. Miss Laura Williams ot Benton won all the prizes In the exhibit ot saddlo horses. Key to the Situation Bee Advertising;. CONDUCTORS ON CARS TO SELL HALF-FARE COUPONS Beginning with Monday morning con ductors on ths street cars Wilt sell half fare tickets for children passengers. Not more than $1 worth Of tickets will bo so! 1 to any one purchaser and thoy will come in 23-cent coupon form. Children under 6 years of age will ride free And the half fare applies to those between 5 and 12 years of age. A Treat If Constipated, Bilious, Sick, Use Gentle "California Syrup of Figs" Delicious "fruit laxative" cleans stomach, liver and bowels of old and young folks A harmless cure for sick headache, biliousness, sour stomach, constipation, indigestion, coated tongue, sallownesa tak "California Syrup of Figs." For the cauie of all such misery comes from u torpid liver and sluggish bowels. A tabtespoonful tonight means all con stipation poison, waste matter, ferment ing toed and sour bite gently moved out of your system by morning without grip ing. Pleas don't think of California. Syrup of Fins" as a physic Doa't think your are drugging yourself or your children, because this delicious fruit laxa tive) can not cause Injury. Even ths most delicate child can take it as safely as a robust man. It Is the modt harm less, effective stomach, liver and bowsl cleanser, regulator and tonic ever de vised. Tour only difficulty may be In gettlnr the genuine, so ask your druggist for a to cent bottle ot "California fiyrup of Figs," then see that H is made by tho "California Fig Syrup Company, This city has many counterfeit "fig: syrups," so watch out. I swim sniniimijinvra "Buy ymvr turgsca! Mupplits where your physician buys hie" The W. G. Cleveland Co. Borgtcal and Invalid SuppUss. 3410-lQ Karnsy nt. Tela, Doug-, ilea IBWHjglXM RiatiaOTsnsMnH UJlM1 M, H i Abdtilnal Supptrttrs