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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1913.
WOULD BUY THE AUDITORIUM , MOHLER RETURNS OPTIMISTIC BEIEF CITY NEWS sarcophagus. X.IX ins? Tti. Ttnn KutnaL Qooia. LlrMlnr ratur.s. aurm-Qruilu Oo. rtdtlltT Storare k Tun Co. Doug-. 1S1. Kava Hoot Print It Nov Beacon Press. BoUtr Skating- at Chambers' Fsr tmtn street entrance. Fhone Douglas 1X71. Cfcambirs School of Dancing Bow Oj Social, Aesthetic and stag dancing taught Telephone Douglas 1871. Haw Baoy airl A. bouncing baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Claud W, Shay, US South Sixty-first street. Tues day. Both mother and baba are reported, ss doing splendidly. Ballroad Xan Bits Burlington head quarter has received notice at the death o E. B. Prlndlvllls, traveling passenger fgent. with headquarters at Pittsburgh. Pa. Mr. Prlndlvllle was well known by Omaha railroad men, having been hero many times. Short Weight Cass Dismissed Charges wtro brought In police court against O. F. Hupner, a grocer, of MM Sherman avenue, that he gave short weight on oysters. It was charged that he was short fifteen ounces on two quarts. The as wns dismissed. Bays a Soma Daniel Desdunes, porter In chargo of the billiard room at the Commercial club and head of the Dcs Junes orchestra that furnishes music for Commercial club luncheons, has pur 'hased a home on Burdette -street, be tween Twenty-flflh and Twenty-sixth ttroets. it was bought from Sam Marko vitx for 2,6. ' . ratting- Btovts In Cars The street tallway company has commenced putting stoves into Its cars and will start the fires as' soon as the weather becomes cold enough so that they are needed. The city ordinances require tfiat fires In stoves in the street car shall be started November 1, but the company will not wait until tills date Iti tho event the weather should turn cold. Seal Estate Exchange Figures it is a Good Purchase. Six Offenders Get Sentences in the United States Court Six persons who were Indicted by the recent federal grand Jury were arraigned before Judge Morris In United States dis trict court and pleaded guilty to criminal charges. All offenders were given sen tences. William Murphy pleaded guilty to In tiodudng liquor on the Winnebago reser vation and was fined 1100 and costs and sentenced to serve sixty days In the Dodge countv -Jail. ' Howard Back pleaded guilty to violat ing the, Mann act in transporting "Evelyn McClIhtock from Slour City. Is., to OmahhJ'for Immoral purposes, lie was sentenced to serve four months in the Hall county Jail. Ueo Armstrong stole a coat from the federal building-last spring and admitted the theft. He was sentenced to serve six months In ihe Dodge county Jail. Orra Grover admitted stealing1 from a box car on the. Union Paclflo tricks and was sentenced to five months In Dodge county Jail. Albert Scott was fined $100 and costs and sentenced .to thirty days In the Dodge county Jail on a charge of Impersonating a. United States officer, ' J," Al Clay pleaded guilty to selling liquor without a. government license and,' waa fined JtOOj&Mjas.And glven.aUty days In tho Dtiglft county Jail. ' ' Policemen "Ask" for Pive Days' Lay-Off All policemen have 'asked for a five day " lay-off." They made tho request upon the ' order of the police commU slorier who Is cutting down expenses to prevent a JiOOO deficit. Acting; Chief- of Police Dempsey said the coppers had accepted the order with out protest. Chief of Police Dunn Is on a hunting trip.' Before, he left Tuesday he mailed blanks to tho policemen which, filled out,, are requests for leaves of ab le nee. . PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Ralph F. Brown, secretary to the mayor of St. Paul, Minn., accompanied' by Mrs. Brown. Is In Omaha visiting old friends. Mr. Brown formerly was a reporter for The -Bee. Salts Fine for ' Aching Kidneys We eat too much meat which ' rclog3 Kidneys, then the Back hurts. Most folks forget that ths kidney, like the bowels, gt sluggish and clogged and-ineed a flushing occasionally, else ws have backache and dull ml wry In the kidney region, severe headaches, rhsu matic twinges, torpid liver, acid stom ach, sleeplessness and all sorts of Blad der disorders. Tou simply must keep your kidneys active and clean, and the moment you feel an ache or pain In the kidney re don, get about four ounces of Ja4 Salts from any rood dru store here. take a, tablespoontul In a. glass of water oefore Dreaarast for a few days ana yeur kidntya will then act fine. This famous salts la made from the acid of grapes and lemon, Juiee, combined with tlthla, and Is harmless to flush clogged kidneys and stimulate them to normal activity. It also neutrlatse the acids In the urine so It ho longer Irritates, thus ending bladder disorders. Jad Salts Is. hartal; lnsxslva: makes a dallchtful effervescent llthla- water drink which everybody aheulil take now and then to keep their kin7 clean, thus avoiding serious computa tions A well-known local druggist saya he sells Jots 6f Jad Baits to folks wh be lieve In overcoming kidney trouble while It Is only trouble. Advertisement DISCUSS CURRENCY MEASURE Some Members Would IIhtf the IU1I Laid By, While Others Sairaeat It Be Given Speedy Action One YTsr or Another. Members of the neal Estate exchange yesterday continued Its committee for in VestlgaUnr the practicability of the pur chase Of the Auditorium ty the city, alter hearing the report of the special committee, with H. F. Wyman, chair man. The committee refused to make a recommendation, but asked that further Investigation be made. However, the re port contained a lot of Information. It was eetlmated by the committee that the J 3,000 asked for the Auditorium would be about 60 cents on the dollar of the cost of the Auditorium as It stands. It reported a seating capacity of 6,000, which with some slight alterations could be made 6,000. The building proper, acoord Ing to the report, cost $200,000; the fur niture and fixtures ,3j the land origin- lly t,S03: which makes a total of I74,- 432. The assessed valuations reported at $M6.000. To finish the Interior, according to the original plans, it was reported would ccet 110,000; to finish the exterior, according to original plans, 115.000. W. II. Green sprung a suggestion on the exchange for a new bridge across the Missouri river at Florence. If the street car company would not built It, om.e tnterurban would, he said, and he had no doubt that a tittle agitation along that line would soon bring the bridge. "The retail business 6f Omaha," he said. 'needs the new business this project would bring. It would open up a field of trade for Omaha out Into Iowa for a distance of 100 miles." He said he had ,taken the matter with Missouri Valley parties and had secured the promise that If the bridge were built there, Missouri Valley would finish a hard road between the bridge and Missouri Valley. He said he had made an Investigation and had learned that bed rock in the river at Florence Is only thirty-five feet down. A resolution was adopted by the exchange providing for the appointment of a com mittee to make an exhaustive Investiga tion of tho practicability of such a pro ject The committee Is to be, composed of three men from each of the following organizations,, the. Real Estate exchange, the Commercial club, tho Retailers' asso ciation, the Improvement clubs. The currency bill received marked at tention at the exchange meeting whep the subject waa started by J, B. Haynes, who read a long paper- on the- subjeot He hoped and believed that the senate would hold the bill for fuller and more exhaustive discussion than did the house before it passed the measure. .He said there waa no doubt but that It had been railroaded through the house. He said the banks of Omaha -alone would lose 17,000,000 or 18,000,000 of their reserves If the bill went through, as there would be a general contraction1 of credit F. H. Myers followed in the discussion, saying that Haynes had made a lot bf mere assertions. He held that j Instead of a general contraotlon of credit through out the country there would be a gen eral expansion, of. credit that would do us all .good, lie oasea nis argument on the proposition that the national banks are now. 'carrying '0 per cent In 'reserve's', while Vve ijijv, only requires tha'm to.carfy SS per cent "Under the new" bill.1' he said,' "the regional banks , would stand at the ;Ibow of the national banks ready to help, .ttie.ni . at any Urn, and It would not ,bt .n.cc.ary for them Individually to. carry sp, large a, reserve. The conse quence would be that this extra money now tied up cquld bo loaned to you and me and the rest who need It to work with, and there would be a general ex pansion of credit" Both Mr. Myers and John F, Flack, president of the City National bank, argued that Instead of asking the senate to hold up the bill they ask that It be pushed with whatever changes or amend ments are necessary, so that one way or the other the matter can be settled, as the pending of the bill with all the ad verse talk about It is hurting business more than the bill Itself can. Definite ac tion on the matter was deferred to the next meeting. With Judge Lovett Union Pacific . President Inspects Lines. i IS LOOKING FOR LARGE CROPS Says Farmers of Kniisna Aw In the Oest of Spirit, Kvcn Thonah They Hart Small Crops for Thin Year. President Mohler and Chief Engineer Huntley of the Union PaclOo aro back from the west, having accompanied Judge Lovett, chairman of tho Harrtman sys tem of roads from Kansas City to Salt Lake City on his trip to Los Angeles, where he will remain several weeks. Tho Union Pacific officials met Judge Lovett al Kansas City and proceeded leisurely over the Kansas. Wyoming and Utah lines, making an Inspection of the properties. Speaking of conditions throughout the country over which they traveled. President Mohler says the pros pects for a large crop next year are ex cellent In Kansas there has been an unusual rainfall during the last few weeks and the acreage of winter wheat sown Is up to It not greater than last year. Farmers are receiving high prices for everything they have to sell and In stead of being discouraged by reason of the crop failure this season, they are more enthusiastic than ever before. Bnslness Satisfactory. Mr. Mohler found business satisfactory, the road In the beat of condition and traffic the heaviest in the history of the Union Pacific and Short Line. Westbound business Is a little light, but eastbound there never has been anything that would compare with the volume now moving and In sight for the future. In Interviews given out at points along the route of travel Judge Lovett Is quoted as having sold that in traveling about the country he had found conditions per fectly satisfactory In certain localities and not quite so much so In others. He hopes that conditions will adjust them selves under the recent tariff legislation, but never expressed an opinion as to what would be tho ultimate outcome, Judge Lovett is quoted as having said that he Is pleasod with the condition of the Harrlman properties, adding that while they would be kept so, he did not think there would bo any extensive ex tensions or improvements contemplated until a change comes over the money market In the east. The bond market, the Judge says, Is a little off and about the only things that can bq sold for what they are really worth ake $ gold pieces. So long as these conditions maintain, the Judge does not look for any great activ ity In the way of railroad building. Many Applicants Appear for the Job Vacated by Guild A stream of applicants for the position of commissioner of the Omaha Com mercial club Is already moving toward the application booth since the resigna tion of Commissioner J. M. Guild has been announced. No, they do not all come in person, so it Is sometimes hard to tell Just who is applying. Many are applying by proxy. A. V. Stryker, secre tary of the South Omaha Live Stock ex cna'rfge, lias applied and a delegation of South Omaha Stock yards men have-been busy around the -Commercial club to see what they can do lrt his behalf. A string of other likely follows hung around the Commercial club lobby this morning waiting for an opportunity to interview Commissioner Guild, They all denied they were looking for the Job, and all had other business which they wanted to discuss. William Hughes, secretary of the Nebraska Bankers' association, ap peared In the room, but denied that he was seeking to apply for the Job. South Omaha bankers appeared In the line and there was some speculation as to whether they were present to do what they could for the candldaoy of Stryker or whether they were boosting for Hughes, The matter of choosing a list of candi dates Is left to a sub-committee of the executive committee of the Commercial club. Wolfe is After the Smoking Chimneys Tt U. Wolfe, city smoke Inspector. Is chasing that elusive article with camera Iwlll obscura and intends to pros cute room-1 lrg houses and hotels as well as other ' establishments which violate the antl- j smoke ordinance. OlH Yiin winiT nero ana me ruroaces open the smoke nuisance Is being felt again, although we have succeeded in squelching It to a great extent," said Wolfe. "We are going right on after this nuisance Until It Is In reality abated." CLARENCE C. WENDELL DIES AFTER BEING ILL ONE YEAR Clarence C. Wendell, iSi Lincoln avenue, a clerk In the employ of the Nebraska Telephone company, died yesterday at the Methodist hospital from consumption. Wendall was about 21 years old and has lived In Omaha all his life. He had been suffering from the disease for several months and he waa taken to Tucson, Arts., by his brother September 12. but waa brought back to Omaha about the first of October because the Artsona doc tors were of the opinion that he came to Arlsona too late for relief. He was well known about Omaha and Is survived by a father, a mother, two brothers and a sis tsr, all of whom live In Omaha. No funeral arrangements have yet been made. Serious Lacerations and wounds are healed, without danger of blood poisoning, by Cucklen's Arnica Balve, the healing wonder. Only 23c. For sale by your druggist Advertisement sH asj I,,r Embroidered Voile U Waist. In New Models I and Styles; rondo In f accordance wltli the ' very latest Mess All sites for women and intakes. Vn usually good variety and a re markable special price. XTsw Xaoe and Xet Waists) stMen that differ irotn the or dinary models Ratals well adapted ror practically ntiv occasion Many extreme nnd ex clusive style features Included, A Purchase of 600 Silk Waists From an Eastern Manufacturer at About 40c on the Dollar Comprising ill tin Samplss and all tin Ovarproductlon of Ons of the Greatest Waist Makirs In This Country Tou will find these clever, new styles In waists In a variety that will make It an asr matter to find Just the model you want In a shade that you prefer Ail on spe rial tablsn Thursday on sec ond floor Waist Dept. New Shades of Brown, Copenhagen Blue, Tan, Red Green, Wisteria, Navy as Well as Scores of Whites and Blacks. &w ml v On sale Thunday Department a in our Waist nd floor. Messaline Waists Taffeta Waists Wash Silk Waists Chiffons Velvets Thursday ydu can select one of theo watstrt and feel per fectly suro of Its style. Its quality and Its making. Tht arc- waists that l'0U have never seen priced any wlioro hear no low us this. Waists for Evening Wear, for Semi-Dress Occasions, for Matinee Wear. Waists that give a stunning style touch to your tailored suit Some of these beautiful Silk Waists were made to sell regularly at HQ S2.50. Some would be good val- 3 Jy lies al S3, Some actually worth $4 1 Every one of these waists a stun ning new style designed for this fall and winter. You will easily save from 51 toSZon every one of them 300 Smart $10 Semi-Dress Hats at $5.00 Silk Velvet UntrinunedHats In 20 New Styles Hats like theso liavrt boon selling regularly tor much mora money. These are both largo and medium sized shapes, plenty of the "two-ploco" bats and a great lot of solid blacks Included. Not a Shape in tho Lot Worth Leas Than $2 85c On sale Ihursday. on our 2d Moor, Millinery Dept. $5 Hats from our recent big milli nery pure h Ago; made to noil tip to 910. All Individual Htyles; no two alike. On sale Thursday on 1M floor. Many are smartly trimmed with os trich novelties and more than three quarters of tliom are all black Velvet hats. Throe of tho Mylrs aro shown In this picture. Choice of 200 French Ostrich Plumes Tlicao plutnos are In solid black and white, also in tho season's smartest'coiublnationB, such ns taupo to ccrlso, new bluo to black, champagne to brown, black to white, etc. Any One of Thorn Would Bo Oheap at $4 to $4.50 $2.50 Our Most Extraordinary Sale OF KIT AW HEALTH TB MOTMCR ANt WU. Ms.s.WtirsuiWs Sootrixo avxur bss tca al (or over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHIUH TXUTIUNO, with rRRFXCT SVCCStS. It SOOTHES the CHILD. bOFTKNS th COM3, ALLAYS sll rAIIf ; CURBS WIND COLIC, sol ts Ut bctt rtjnedy for DIAKRHCSA. It U St klo!y ksnaUss. B sure sad ssk is "Mix W)WW ftMtfciaf Sjrm" s4 Uktf se W UNIVERSITY OF OMAHA. ORGANIZES Y. M, C. A. CLUB Wsdnssday noon s, rnsetlnjr of the boys at ths University of Omaha was held for ths purpose of orranlrinj a Toung Men's Christian association club. The object of ths club, besides rcllftous purpose, Is to promote good fellowship among tho stu dents and to glvs members practice In parliamentary law, Ths followlnr wsrs elsctsd as officr. Clinton Halsty, presi dent; Oldham Paisley, vies president; Ftndley Jstdcina, secretary; Elmer Rho den, treasurer- For sergeants-at-arms Andy Dow and Oeorg High were elected and ths following were selected as a committee to draw up constitution: Victor Jorgensen, Itoy Oreetey and James Westerfield. Time Sores ted Ulcers Healed Wound Often Bothr Many Yean After. Persistent Advertising Is the Road to People -who have been poulticing and anointing an old sore for Years ana years marvel at ths way It heals quickly after using B. 8, B, When you come to realise that the skin and ths flesh beneath are composed of a network of tiny blood vessels you solve, ths mystery. There are wonderful medicinal proper ties In 8. 8. B. that follow tho course of the blood stream Just as naturally as ths most nourishing food elements. It Is really a remarkable remedy. Tt contains one Ingredient, tho active pur pose of which Is to stimulate the tis sues to the healthy selection of Its own essential nutriment, And the medicinal elements of this matchless blood purifier are Just as essential to well-balanced health as the nutritious elements of the meats, grains, fats,, and sugars of our dally food. Not only this, but if from the presence of some distributing poison thre Is a local or general Interference of nutrition to cause bolls, carbuncles, abscesses and kindred troubles, B. 8. B. so directs the local cells that this poison Is rejected and eliminated from their presence. Then, too, 8. 8. 8. has such speclflo stimulation on these local cells as to pre serve their mutual welfare and a proper reuiive assistance to eacn otner. Not one drop of minerals or drugs Is used In Its preparation. Ask for 8. 8. 8. and Just Insist upon having It. And If you desire skillful advice and counsel upon any matter conoernlng the blood and skin, write to the medical department. The Swift Bpeclfla Co., 210 Swift LAbont tory, Atlanta. Ga. Do not r.llow some zealous clerk to larrup th atmosphere in eloquence ovea soinethlnir "Just as rood" as H. B. flu LACE CURTAINS Entire Surplus Stocks of Prominent Philadelphia Manufacturers, together with a great purchase Imported Curtains from a St. Gall manufacturer. On Sale Beginning MONDAY Oct. 27th his will be beyond all question the sale ot lace curtains that will be the talk of the town. Curtains by tho Thousand will go into Omaha homes at prices far below the regular value. All the fine Imported Duchess, Point Milan, Tambour, Scrim. Irish Point, lirussols, Cluny add Nottlncham Cur- s?.rarte.lr!,.rp.r:.,:5.,: $i.98-$2.98-$3.98-$4.98-$7.so Personality Behind Yeur Message iq Each for all the Lace Ourtains MXp made to sell up to 55.00 a pair W on aae Monday, r Each for all the Imported Half jHC urtan3'. would be worth up to $10 a pair or more, if full size. jsv Each for all the Lace Ourtains AM made to sell up to $2.50 a pair -on sale Monday. 4 m Each for Drummer's Samples of llCfine NottimJham Ourtains from this great purchase. ALL ON SALE MONDAY, OCTOBER 27th, & Individuality is ths force injected into tto message sent by telephone. The long distance tele phono talk is practically a face-to-face conversation. And, too, by telephone yoa're there and back again as quickly as you could pack your traveling bag. Bell lines repch 70,000 towns. Ask "Long Distance" for rates anywhirt. NEIRASKA TELEPHONE COMPANY A little want ad does the business. Hair Totiic Ayer's Hair Vigor keeps the scalp daan and healthy. Promote growth. rhnfcs fillimJ. Ilnea nnt mlnr. Big Returns. ' Beware of all substitutes 1 I