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HIE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1913.
kes Yoir Stomach! Trouble Yoh? Mayr's Wsmferfol Skmnk Itemtty Is I KcMSfi(Ny Tsktfi m Cssss tf StMiaeh, L'wtr m4 In- And On Deie Haa Often Dispelled Yaara ef Suffering Wonderful will change Xayr'a Wonderful Btowtoh Besady cam really be termed a -wonderful remedy and the benefits that It gives in many of the most chronlo ceees or Btomach Trouble hea spread Ita fame from one Mid of the country to the other. No matter where you live you will find people who have suffered with Stom aeh, javer and Intestinal Ailments, etc.. and tiav been restored to health and are loud In their praise of this remedy. There Is not a day but what one hears of the wonderful results obtained from this remedy and the benefits are entirely natural, sa It acta on the source and foundation of these ailments, removlnc the poisonous catarrh and bile accre tions, taking out the inflammation from the Intestinal tract and assists In ren dering the fame antiseptic. Sufferers ire urged to try one dose which alone ihould relieve your suffering and con vince you that Marx's Woaderfal aHom ak Bewedy should restore you to good health. Put It to a test today the re eults will be a revelation to you and you will rejoice over your quick recovery and once strain know the joys of living. Send for booklet on Btomach Ailments to Geo. L Mayr, Mfg. Chemist, ICS "Whiting 8L. Chicago, or better still, obtain a bottle from your druggist For sate In Omaha by Sherman It Mc onnell, Druggists, 16th and Dodge St. 16th and Harney fits., 34th ami Farnatn fits., snd Hotel Lyl, and druggists everywhere. Eczema Is Only SkinDccp Frve fcy D. D. D. URGESlfWJlTIONAL S'CBOOS Dean Fordyce Pleads for Home Training in Clasirooms. FACTOEtES ROB THE HOMES . A, few shin triMe originate la the Wee a. Bt very few. Dr. JSrafis, Bx CoeamUstiner of Health and a famous writer on medleal Mbjects, says: "We shall begin to mike headway with skin disease when wo learn two tktaa: first that skin disease does not roiM from Imturj blood; second, that o-ealled blood partners have no such, action." , Oet busy than . ana clear up your tin. Stop that ticking and buralsg. Drive rut those pimple. Make tip yenr mind to start sow and give rewire.! C a smooth, velvet eew til tun fen aaVdo it with tke aM e-f the d. 17. Itomemnklna- Arts Are Unknown In the Homes and Schools Are Wanting in flerlons Dalle of Everyday Iilfe. "It Is doubtful If our children are re ceiving as good an education as our fore fathers did." said Dean Fordyce to the members of the Omaha. Woman's club at the meeting Monday afternoon. "The factories have robbed the horn of the homemaklng arts and our schools are wanting in that element of the seri ous duties of life." he said. "The child must look elsewhere for this element which Is taking pupil from the high schools that they may receive a voca tional training from other institutions. There is only one alternative; to Install It In the schools. The high school mutt fit the scholars for bread winners." Dean, Fordyce complimented Superin tendent a raff upon the stand he haa taken In advocating the vocational train ing In the publto schools of Omaha. "Many a young man has done wisely in leaving common school and gone to the vocational school, which offered more, Education Is worth little that does not in clude the vocational, as well as the cul tural, training, and we must teach our children how to earn and how to appre ciate the necessities of life. "The social reformer does not reach the heart of the trouble. Relief work Is most commendable, but civilisation needs en lightenment. Extreme specialisation is converting the laboring people into a class of expert tools and only one one-hundredth part of the body la doing actual work and needs rest at the dose of the day's work, while the other ninety-nine nted exercise." Dean Fordyce made a plea for schools In the near future, where children might have a type of training that would touch the needs of every one and until that time he said the publlo schools of today were failure' Renorts from the state convention of Federated "Womnn'a Clubs were read by the delegates- to the state convention which was held at Tork October t, 7, t nd . Letters from prominent women In Omaha were received by Mrs. Hayes, president of the club, asking that the Omaha Woman's club commend President Wilson for allowing Mrs. Pankhurst to be admitted to the United States. Mrs. Hayes brought the matter before the club but no member was willing to make a motion to this effect and the matter was dropped. D. as Ie tke w-waaerfal sooting, ti m It eaetse -rear teert a erac drive ant tha eta In- pfcrMlea and gives you a skin like a refreshing Iello Ret a salve r greaae arena tke pari baer. smooth and clear. AN druggists nave D. D. sea it m a positive ne-f D. We positive no-pay guarantee. rial; a. aaaL TVon't aif. r. mether day. .Call at mr etera te rns-, ask aim anent D. . D. Bea- Met fer tender akin, fewer-map, A McCenntU Dnif Ce.,four teres. . d. p. raisciurooN FW IS "ymmra , Ike a4aMlart shla ray CALL EXTENDED TO PASTOR BY CEDAR FALLS BAPTISTS CBDAn nAPlDS. la-. Oct. a -(8peclat Telegram.) Member of the Baptist church have extended a call to Rev. 3. A. Vannoy of Esthervllle to become their pastor, and he will enter on his new duties the first Sunday In November. He succeeds Dr. 15. D. Jones, now of Owatonna, Minn. Dr. J. W. Holland of Aurora, III., began his labors as pastor of the Methodist Kplscopal church in this dty yeeterdsy to succeed Dr. Titus Lowe, removed to the First Methodist church, Omaha. COLD WEATHER OYER WEST Tail of Windstorm Brings First Snow to Many Places. FALL HT ALABAMA AND GEORGIA WILSON AND MAN RUFFLED Displeased by Action of British Min ister to Mexico. PAGE MAKES FORMAL INQUIRY English Ambassador Presented Crr dentlnU Unmr Day Jtnerta Pro claimed Himself Dictator of Ills Conntry. WASHINGTON,. Oct a. While there was no change 'in either the status of affairs at Mexico City or the American policy, an International phase of the Mex ican situation that attracted wide atten tion tonight was the formal Inquiry made earlier today by Ambassador Page nt London aa to what was construed here as an unsympathetic attitude toward the United States by Bir Lionet Carden, the British minister to Mexico. It Is understood that the basis of the inquiry was a confidential report to the State department, the contents of which were not divulged here. It Is known, however, that what particularly displeased both President Wilson and Secretary Bryan was the presentation by Sir Lionel of his credentials to provisional President Huerta, the very day after the latter had proclaimed himself dictator. The Ameri can government felt that Huerta's nulli fication of tjhe Mexican constitution not only by his arrest of the deputies but by his assumption of legislative powers had so altered affairs in tho Mexican capital that the British minister might well have withhold his presentation of credentials. Inquiry was directed to determine whether the British Foreign office had Instructed Sir Lionel to present his cre dentials notwithstanding Huerta's as sumption of power. The explanation of the British Foreign office noted in press dispatches that the presentation of credentials was merely a coincidence. Small Bllseard IHowlnfr nnd Increas ing In force In the Central Lake Hnperlor Re-Klon. LOCAL METHODIST UNION TO INVITE BISHOPS HERE The Methodist union will hold a meet ing Friday evening at the Young Mens Christian association rooms, it Is probable that an Invitation wilt be drawn up tot this meeting to ba forwarded to the bishops now meeting In (K. Louis asking them to meet in Omaha for their next annual spring1 conference. HAIR HINTS Worthy th Attention of pk Who Willi to Prt 9nr th Hair. Alwaya have your own brush and eaaafc koth at home and at hair drassafa. Never use tke brush or comb found W MifeMe places, (hey are usual fy covered with dandruff germs. Wat your kmsh and eemb weekly wfth sea and warm water to wMoa hautd be added an anUseptle. iMwee th hair every twe weeks wHm pee seap and water, er a ed p ParMan Sage every dar. mtikmr there iwgaly into tke aeaip. It ean be ais4an Sate, widen eemes m a large cent bettte, Is guaranteed to qnlekty dandmCf-ta ate fcatr free fall lag and seat frem HeMng er wawey re twded. T mtt We and keanty lata dM, dry Med hair and make tt aeft and fWfy Wear nee rrMe Bag-H k m t tin ejMtsfc t aeteag hair teaiea Imewn. 1 Foil Quart Whiskey Free Hote ar MopoeMlea, reasH e.)M aad w Ul ateace skip yea fer XxpreM Oirge lTpM, lull Quarts of our rasssni 3 Mtr 'blkev tad aa additional Fall Quart rree fer Trial rurseeee. Orrtatt us KM aad w will Sxpress Charges Prepaid. 4 Pull Qatrts of our 3 &Ur WkUkey sad a Test Settle Free (ot Trial furpoies. Alto Pree with each order. Cold TlppedOUse aaa raieoi cotKscrew. Alter utiag tnerreeBotUe ii youareaotssutneatntt you nave reccivta me vest wmikey value ot tslaable at tk price, keep the Pree Sottle for yoar trouble, peck reasalndcr ol ship. saeaiaixiuraaiour ez pce aad we will at aaccckeerfallrtHaad ervcry ccat paid ut. la esse vou caa uie a Urrtrcmintltr thin ofitred above, eur price toraSCalloaXi Caargcsmpald, Addrees orders aad make remittances parable tm A. Pels, Frii BMHiM Ct V& rata Md CHKMe. MRPTIKf HaA vett In a few ar wltbout a curgieat praUaa ur loss at LtsRe. Oar weeit Is guaranteed. Cast r wrar M Ws, CHICAGO, Oct. n.The tall of a wind storm that centered over the 8t. Law rence valley, according to tho weather bureau, brought the' first, snow of the season to Chicago and other middle west ern points last night Snow, or a trace of It, was reported at Davenport and Du buque, Ja.; St. Louis, Mo.; Terra Haute, Ind., and Houghton, Mich- Tho ther mometer registered 33 degrees here, the coldest of the season. Snow fell at Min neapolis. The cold weather extended south as far as Tennessee and west to Missouri and Texas, according to the weather bu reau. Cities in Missouri reported the thermometer- at 27 degrees and at .Con cordia, Kan., tt waa 24 degrees. Ice formed over the ponds and streams. A light fall of snow was recorded at nirmtngham, Ala., and Atlanta, Ga., and at several points in the Kentucky moun tains two -inches of enow fell. Five Deaths Dne to Storm. MILWAUKEE, Wis., Oct. M. Fire deaths, due to the storm which is raging over Wisconsin, were reported tonight The billiard Is reported the worst for several years and snow Is falling even as far south as Milwaukee. The casu alties are: Two Milwaukee hunters, George Mc Eachron and Thomas Stole drowned In Shawano lake at Shawano, Wis., when their tklff was capslced by the gale as t'.iey wero trying to reach shelter. "Throi men were drowned when their naptha launch capsized In Chequamegon bay at Ashland, while trying to take provisions to a coal steamer In the harbor. "mall Hllssnrd In Michigan. CALUMET, Mich., Oct. ZLK heavy snow and windstorm struck the central Lake Superior region yesterday, gathering velocity until a small bllxzard was blow ing and Increasing In force. Marine re ports state that but few boats were caught in the storm, most of the ship ping being held In harbor. The Persistent and Judicious Uee of Newspaper Advertising is the Bond to Big Returns. HOME FURNITURE CO 20 Bftlow Omaha Price, Not One Day, But Every Day South Omaha Get Our Rug Prices GREAT, SWIMMING FEAT New Sasjland Champion Cavers Pearteen Miles -with Hands , and PeeJ Tied. Henry FJIensky of New London, Conn., made a hew world's record October E by swimming rem the Battery to within half a mile ot Coney Island with hand cuffs on his wrlsta and his ankles bound together with two strands of half-Inch rope. The nearest, approach to this feat, ex cept other attempts by lCltonsky, Is said to have been that of Miss Katharine Wallace of Philadelphia, who was cred ited with having made aotnetmng leas than a mile under similar conditions. The actual distance traversed by Eltonsky waa fourteen miles, as he time nnd again stgxagged across the channel in order to take advantage of tho shift ing tide currents. At tho finish he was as strong, apparently, as at the start, and easily could have completed his un dertaking, but for the advice of his brother, Morris KUeneky, and Captain Josef h Palsgarf of the power schooner IaMe Hour, who thought further stay In the water would be dancereua on account of tho darkness. The start was made from the barge hvndlng, the Battery, at MM p. m., and the swimmer left the water at ;S0 p. ri., making the alapeed time flva hours and thirty-four minutes. The distance between the two points lfi as nearly a straight, line aa can be followed Is thir teen miles. During the entire time MHnky took no food, water nor stimulants, and did not chance his method of wtetmrng, which was exactly that of a dolphin plunging through the water, generally with his head completely buried. Early in the effort his eyes began to stv him trouble, and after a short time ha could scarcely tea at all. Thereafter he was guided by calls from a small boat that kept doae to him. "Turn over and tjtke a rest." he was advised. "I'll drown if I do!" was the cheerful reply, and he Kept up the steady plung ing during the entire trip. The handcuffs were 0t steel, or reir- ulation pattern, with one link between them. They were locked on by Deputy nnenrr. jonn a von Mugge of New York. who held the key and accompanied the swimmer to see that thty were not tarn pered with. The ropes were tied by a sailor at the barge office, and so tightly were they faatened that when It came time to take them off it was with dlf flculty that they were removed. Ellonsky passed t Governor's Island at 1:17 o'clock; he reached the Narrows at S o'clock, and he wnt by the forts Just as the evening gun was flrtd. When he was taken aboard the schooner he waa practically at his destination's end and going strongly. For a part of the way Sunday Ellnon sky waa accompanied In the watar by Paul O. Frommhold ot the American Life Savldng society, who lives aa 43 East Seventy-ninth street. Manhattan, but Frommhold found the water too cold for bis liking and returned to the schooner. The fear that a passing boat might cripple the swimmer, who was Invisible at any distance, caused his advisers to have him give up the attempt to reach Coney. Bound hand and toot, aa he was, It was thought that his life would be en dangered by contact with any kind of craft or driftwood, but not until Cap tain Palsgarf shouted to him would he consent to come to the boat New Tork Financial Report of ! Board of Education Indicates Deficit Secretary W. T. Uourtte'a financial re port before the Boardof Education last night showed an expenditure for the first nine months of tho year of 1113,000 more than for the same nine months of 1912 At this rate, the board members said, o deficit ot 362,000 would exist If the UU saloon licenses were applied on 1913 ex pendltures. These licensee are received Immediately after the first of the year. CENTRAL LABOR UNION ORDERS PROTEST OH BASON A delegation from the Central Labor union sppeared, before the Board of XMu- cation last night to protest against the employment of V. W, Bason as tnatructoi in the manual training arts at the Fort special school for boys. They based their protest on the allegation that he waa not a union man and that he had been em ployed by the railroad for which he works to Instruct strikebreakers, The delegation, consisting of President O. E. Norman ftnd Machinists J. n. Wan gb erg. Charles Cavanaugh and S, II. Grace, said a written protest would be submitted and asked no action at the meeting. 9x12 Seamless Brussels $9.75 9x12 Seamless Velvets $14.50 9x12 Axminster $17.00 BARGAINS IN SMALL RUGS See Our New sssassaamBBaassasBmensaaas Daylight Display Room YourHome is your Palace. .Low prices on good stoves and rangessold for cash ments. or easy pay- entire QTTLE STEAMER BEARING COLONEL ARRIVES Of F RIO JANEIRO niO JANKino, Brasll, Oct, .-The eeamer VanUyck, with Colonel Theodore Iloosevelt aboard, arrived off Rio Janeiro tonight, but owing to tempestuous Weather, according to a wireless dispatch. It will not enter port until midnight, Colohtl Roosevelt and his party will eetne ashore at 8 o'clock tomorrow morning. The official program will notbedeelded upon until after Colonel Roosevelt haa been communicated with personally. WhiM Yfir Apptiitt Cunts latk Tt Ytn It la a Sure Sign Yew Stmtnth Is Able te Work. EHtMrt's nyspeMtn TfcblttA Will (live Yoh a HoualHg Appetite. It Is the greatest Joy In the world to be able to eat what one wants and no misery can compare with that which comes when an appetite falls. When the stomach cannot dicrMt food the system revolts at the very Idea of eatlagr but when the digestive apparatus Is restored to Its normal condition every quality ot mind seems to moke a man cheerful, That's tks Way Z Weed to X,ek. Waava yon tuaK or sae now?" Stuart's ..Dyspepsia Table U mix -with the food you eat, The stomach by Its peristaltic action chums and moves the food around the stomach walla, the power, ful Ingredient in these tablets instantly begin digesting the food sa they are forced through It and around it. These tablets regulate the strenkt! If thro Is too much h of gastrta lulcca. If thro is too much aoid or alkali then Stuart'a Dyspepsia Tablets reduces or dilute thee evil conditions and prevent the Irritating and raw stomachs wh'ch always come wun ayatepsia, inui. gestlon, etc. It Is the very essence of pleasure to a stomach sufferer to know that he can dt cent anv meal If he will only take a Stuart's Dyspepsia. Tablet after eating. Th use ot one of these tablets after meals will In a very abort time restore your appetite to its normal condit'on and you will be able to enjoy your food with an old-time relish. livery drug store carries Stuart's Dys tepala Tablets. Price, W cents. a- Tbe Ckarcpagrce of Bottled Beer Yo don't know the taste of good ber unlets jroaW ' tried HIGH LIFE in light bottle the "fuwt touting bmmr mocr produced. " The vety next time you order bottled bear do aot, merely say "Give me bottle of beer." Make yom demand clear and concise. Use these wofdt "Git mm' HIGH LIFE ki ' th. Light BottV-d m m etting k. We are educating conman to ate f& Kg! fuck a0 , at a, S w m beer m light bottles and to ctistmgaish conxaoa baer m 6mL botues. Convince yourself order a ca today. Mom filter tfj People rronf. " aoetba, I- . to Pnes flsntt? . -oa bottled 4ii ?nulJK tact, ccivaqeggj da's: . GrrvJL., Hp toftle, s.2j strife to Brwd In MQw&uk Vy th Mflto BtrndngC Oft Ml at lndin on Dinhtf MMTt Mtatmf afUiAAsfMsUA Van m BRS iwvHWwm sp nr. A mm mm xosm til Mgi SB :The rsateai oemtt JESSEN LIQUOR COMPANY, Wholesale Distributors. 1028 W. Broadway. Council Blufis, la.