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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1913.
V7 That's what you want, and that's what Cal umet Is guaran teed to give you It is sure in perfect leaven ing nnd raising qualities, in wholesomencss, in purity. P c rfcctljr raised, mcltlng ly tender bis cuit, cake, muf fins, griddlo cakes, arc bound to result from its use. m Calumet goes farther than other bak ing powders and it's moder ate in cost. Insist on it at your grocers. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World' Pure Food Exposition, Chicago, lUlnota. Paris Exposition, France, March, 1912 Two Clean Papers . :OR THE HOME Tn? Youth's Companion 1 AND The Evening Bee INCLUDING SUNDAY Both for 55c a Month payable Monthly , at THE BEE OFFICE Hi mm VMM 1 sIH ! Attractive fixtures are furnished for office. We supply towels to hun dreds of small offices as well aa to laree ones. Our service. Includes the fixtures and all toilet acces sories brush, cornb and soap. The cost Is small and the service as perfect as we can make It. Phone DouglM 028. Omaha Towel Supply 207 South ,11th Street. The large room on ground floor of Bee Building, oc cupied by the Havens White Coal Co. Nice Farnam street -front age. About 1,500 square feet of floor space with large vault. Extra en trance from court of the building. Fine office fixtures are of. fered for sale. Apply to N. P. Feil, Bee office. lii&very Office For Rent Opening of Bancroft Street Viaduct Photo by Scott. UPPER PICTITRK SHOWS FATTIER KAIjAMAJA ADDRESStNCl THE ASSBMRIjAQE. LOWER riCTT'RE SHOWS THE CROWD GATHERING ON THE VIADUCT. IN THE AUTO ARE. NICK DAQAROWSKI. CITS ATTTOR NEY JOHN A. RINK, CITY COMMISSIONER A. C. KUOEU MAYOR JAMES 0. DAHLMAN. BRIEF CITY NEWS ridellty Storage ft Tan Co. Doug. 1516. Rare Soot Print It Now Beacon Press. lfe .Ins? Tit. Penn Mutual. Qould. Xilfhtlnr futures. Burgess-Oraiiden. Oo. Koller Skating- at Chambers' Farnam street entrance. Phone Douglas 1ST1. Chambers School of Dancing- Mow Open Social, aesthetic and stage dan cing taught. Douglas 1871. Powell Hal Typhoid Paver H. O. Powell, division freight agent of . the IHU noln Central, Is sick at' his home In this city with typhoid fever. Cummins a rather J. P. Cummins of the Union Pacific advertising department Is announcing ''the fact that he Is the father of a girl baby, born -Sunday. Cairns Visits Omaha General Pas senger Agent Cairns and Assistant Gen eral Passenger-Agent Munn of the North western came over .from Chicago and spent Sunday .In, thp.qlty vlslUns friends. Barn Boras Sown -A, fire .originating frohi unknown causes burned flown the barn at the rear of S07 South Twenty seventh' street this afternoon. The tlructure was the property of John Nsmo. Will Give Beeltai Prof,' Ernest Ray mond Wlsner will give a recital at tho First Methodist church this evening. He Is sn Omaha, bpy, and. has won much, favorable comment where he has given hlo readings. Worth) at Xxcelslor Spring's E. W. North, chief deputy collector of Internal revenue, has .gone to Excelsior Springs, Mo. Mr, North has not been In good health recently. He will return, after a week's vacation. Hew Building at Wayne Omaha con. tractors are Interested In a new adminis tration hall to.be built at the Stato Nor mal school at Wayne. J, H. Craddock la the architect. The plans are on file now, and the bids are to be In by De cember 9'. Asks Dantagss for Viaduct Jeanle B. Issuer who alleges that her property will be damages to tho extent of J5,7E0 by the Nicholas street viaduct, ordered con structed by the council, has brought suit against the city for that amount In dis trict court. Burglar Sets Sllrerware W, H. Roa enbaumt 1513 Martha street, has notified the police department that while- he and his family were away from home Bun day afternoon, a burgfar entered his home by prying open the kitchen window and carried away twenty-seven pieces of solid silverware. Opposed to Auditorium Purchase- William If. Green, a member of the Real Estate exchange and also a member of the Southwest Improvement club, will Big Eaters Get Kidney Trouble Take Salts at first sign of Blad der irritation or Backache. The American men and -women must guard constantly against Kidney trouble, tecause we eat too much and all our food Is rich. Our blood Is filled with uric acid which the kidneys strive to filter out. they weaken from overwork, become sluggish; the criminative tissues clog and the result Is kidney trouble, bladder weakness and a general decline in health. When your kidneys feet like lumps of lead, your back hurts or the urine is cloudy, full of sediment, or you are obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night; If you suffer with sick headache or dlsxy, nervous spells, acid stomach, or you have rbenmtsism when the weather is bad, get from your phar macist about four ounces of Jad Salts', take a tablespoonful in a glass of water tefore breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts Is made, from the add of grapes and lemon joloe, combined with tit bis. and has been used for generations to flush and stimulate clogged kidneys; to neutralise the adds in the urine so It no longer is a source of Irritation, thus end ing bladder disorders. Jad Salts Is Inexpensive; cannot injure, makes a delightful effervescent llthl water beverage, and belongs In every home, becausea nobody can make, a mis take by having a good kidney flushing any time. Advertisement. i J? : 'I mane an aucmpi 10 nave me r eacrauon of Improvement clubs of Omaha pass lesolutlons opposing the purchase of the Auditorium by the city, i Operation; for Newspaper Kan Oliver Crown, city editor of tho Kearney Hub, underwent an operation for an Infection of the noee and throat here Monday. Dr. W. P. Call fas performed the operation. Mrs. Brown accompanied her husband to the city and they are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. Hermanson. Tog Not General According to the railroad reports, tho fog and drizzle is confined entirely to the Missouri valley section of the country. Back from the river fifty to 100 miles It was clear and the sun was shining brightly. Out In Nebraska nnd Wyoming early morning .'temperatures ranged from 35 to 45 above zero, Disorderly House Inmates Pined Bertha Love, 608 South Thirteenth street, proprietress of a disorderly house, was fined J50 and costs In police court. Three Inmates of the place each forfeited $10 cash bonds, Stella Marquette, 420 South Thirteenth street, was also fined 150 1 and costs, while four Inmates each paid K5 fines. Messenger Skips With Cash Nels Nel son, 212 S.outb Twelfth street, employed as a messenger boy for the Reliable Mes senger exchange, was given a ISO bill by h)s employers fiunday afternoon for which to secure change. Nelson failed to return and the police were notified. No trace of the lad has been found either at his home or about town. Bey, F, S. Tyner Is 111 Aa a result of an exposure when he was awakened one night last week as the parish house caught fire, Rev. P. D. Truer is suffer ing with an attack of pleurisy. He was unable to conduct services Sunday at St Andrew's Episcopal church and Is still confined to his bed at his home, 3S4J Charles street. Union Paclflo Calendars Appear The Union Pacific calendars for 19H have made their appearance and are along the same lines as former years, carrying the familiar old shield In red, white and blue. This year the company placed an order for 175,000. Sent In a single ship ment they would fill ono of the largest freight cars On the company's road. Oets Heavy Pins tor Theft Emma Walker, colored, residing in the Third ward, was arrested Sunday night on com plaint of Felix Manlns, who stated in court that Emma engaged htm in con versation at Tenth and Dodge streets, and while talking with him sho stole $30 from his vest pocket- The Walker woman was fined $50 and costs by Judge Foster. Church Pair All Week A most pre tentious bazar wilt start this ovenlng at Holy Angels school, Twenty-eighth streot and Fowler avenue, arid will' continue all week. Arrangements have been made for a musical program for each night with chicken dinners Tuesday and Thursday evenings. The promoters say the chick ens are to be the real yellow leg variety and. milk fed. Scales to be Burled Xere William Scales, the old soldier who died here last Tuesday while' on his way from Cali fornia to Washington, was ordered by the department at Washington to be buried here. Stack &. Falconer, undertakers, were ordered to take charge of the body and it will be laid to reet in the Grand Army of the Republic circle in Forest Lawn cemetery, He was about 80 years old and has no known relatives. Kay Wot Extend Cemetery City com missloncrs. In committee of the whole, told the directors of the Bohemian Ceme tery association that under the law their burial grounds could not be extended. The directors had purchased additional ground adjoining their cemetery and the residents protested against the burial of other dead In the neighborhood, the pro test being based on an ordinance pro hibiting extension of graveyards or es. tabllshment of new ones within the city limits. Would Make Them Bettet- If Ther Conld. The makers of Foley Kidney Pills know that they have absolutely the best com bination of curative and healing medicines for kidney and bladder ailments and uri nary Irregularities that It Is possible to produce. Mrs. O. Palmer, 635 Willow street. Green Bay, Wis., was seriously HI with kidney and bladder trouble. Mr Palmer writes: "My wife Is rapidly re covering her health and strength, due solely to the use of Foley Kidney PR's." You cannot take them Into your system without good results. For sale by all dealers. Advertisement. is Celebrated WYOMING READY FOR WINTER Assistant Genreal Manager Koller of the Burlington Returns. RANCHMEN ARE PREPARED nurllwrtoii Is I'nshlno the Work on Ite Line Enat from Cnanvr nnil Will Continue ns i.oiia; na Wcnther Permits. Assistant General Manager Koller of the Burlington Is back from a tour of In spection of the Wyoming lines, which he found in a most satisfactory condition for the winter season. All through the Wyoming range countty Mr. Koller found ranchmen well pre pared for winter. Tho hay crop during the last year has been abundant and large quantities have been put up. Then, too, owing to late fall rains, the range Is the best In years, and now cattle, sheep and horses are dopg well without being fed on hay. At Casper Mr. Koller found the town rapidly growing, owing to the develop ment. of the oil Industry, and while there is no boom on, additions are being platted and lots selling about as rapidly as of. fered. New buildings are being erected in both the business and residence dis tricts. The Burlington, says Mr. Koller. Is pushing the construction of its line east from Casper and will continue grading toward Orrln Junction during the winter if weather permits. If present plans do not miscarry, the line will be graded from Casper to Orln Junction, sixty, seven miles, by May 1, and a large por tion of the bridge work completed. Track laying will follow Immediately. Already the Burlington la doing a rood business In and out of Caspar, as well as to and from all the towns on tho new lino between there and Thermopolls, The principal business out of Casper right now is hauling crude and refined oil, two and sometimes three train loads going out dally. The oil is taken Into the north. west country for distribution along the Northern Paclflo and Great Northern, with a considerable portion of the refined product sent to Asia. Meredith Nicholson to Speak Several Times While Here Meredith Nicholson. dlitlna-ulahMl nov elist, essayist and poet, arrived in Omaha Sunday and waa the guest of General John Lee Webster at a luncheon at the Omaha club Monday. Mrs. Nicholson nr. ceded the novelist to Omaha, her former home. Mr, and Mrs. Nicholson now are staying at the home or Mr. and Mrs. C T. Kountze. Wednesday evening Mr, Nicholson will address the Palimpsest club at a dinner at the Omaha club. His subject will be "On the Sunnyside of Forty," and he la expected to delve Into the political ques tlons of the day. for in his home city of Indianapolis he has Interested himself In local as well as national politics. At noon Thursday Mr. Nicholson will address the university club at a lunch eon In his honor. He has not been as signed a subject, but will be asked to speak on any topic he chooses. yoaiCan Stop ThoseJieadaches Mc 10 ST head- ' aohsa are congestive. Slaor- aired stomach. f faulty digestion, slar- ' srtsh circulation all rirroauce congestion, coo-1 l sMdtiaUon andhsadaehss'. fktnoT the polsonoa natter which causes 1ft Issna your fets&acfcs disey 1 year. Ski rsmsdr which motssj ' mom bowels auloklr and x ' snores a normal condition la 1 ' HDaTADI JAXOS WATSB. i tbs natural laxauvs. u ensss taken In the momlnr or at anr 1 time on an empty stomach acts ' within aa hour or so surely and ' arantlr. Why sot a ton auoh headaches. Get a bottle at anr 1 xirug more oay. GUILD FINDS JOOR LOCKED Former Commercial Club Commis sioner Finally Enters Office. REPORTERS SEE HIM STAND !rt n Taalr of How It Seems to Walt Outside While the llnnda of the Clock Move Mrr rllr On. "The Man Without a Country," No, not quite. Only the msn without a Job. This was the temporary position of J. M. Guild yesterday when he arrived at the Commercial club headquarters, where he has been the commissioner for seven years. He walked Into the lobby as boldly as usual. When he came face to face with his private door and found It shut, ho remembered his resignation had taken effect Saturday night and he no longer had an official connection with the club. He hesitated before opening the door, for how did he know but that a new comrulmtoner might be seated in his swivel chalrf Ills hesitation attracted the attention Start Fresh at the beginning of the day and the day is half won. Feel well and you'll work well and succeed well. A brimming cup of delightful TONE'S Old Golden Coffee starts you off bright as a dollar (it as a new top. It is always fresh, with the true coffee flavor retained. It is sold in the whole bean. Nature's meth od of protecting it from loss of aroma. You'll notice its superiority at once, particularly over cut and ground coffees. At your grocer s in pound packages TONE BR0S.t Des Moines, Iowt MMart eftha fameui Tom re, Spict of the large force of .clerks that have so long been obedient to his word. Assist ant Commissioner Ellis, condescended to come forward a few paces and ask: "Have you your card, sir?"' Guild could not locate hi card for a moment and during that brief spell realized how the reporters have felt every day or their lives when they approached the big glass door In the hope of getting a haatly Interview with the commissioner. Time and again these excellent fellows have been compelled to stand In the lebby and wait until someone advised then Commissioner Guild waa ready to sro them. In the meantime the hands of the clock galloped merrily on and the paper was steaming on tho presn. Then Just as it was too late for the boys to catch the afternoon edition the smiling features of Guild would appear under his private door, "Come In," he would say. The boys would tile In and get tipped oft to the fact that the club has been "big sticking" the charter, manhandling the gas fran chise or maybe dreaming out a match ordinance. So the reporters enjoyed seeing Mr. Guild stand out In the lobby for n brief moment, waiting to b admitted to the big, sacred door. Then the door waa flung open and Guild walked In to clean '"I LOOK THIS SQUARE IN THE EYE It is your opportunity. Not merely to get few dollars free, added to what you save your self, but it is your opportunity to prove to yourself that you are a success; that you can get ahead in the world; that you have enough "iron in your blood" to do one good thing for yourself every week for 48 weeks. ' It is not so much the cash capital you will own in 48 weeks if you join the "Omaha Thrift Club" that will make your future safe, as it is the thrifty habit this club will give you. Next Saturday is the last day you can join. After that no more memberships will be issued. You are invited to join this "thrift army," but you must do it this week. Don't wait until Saturdayjoin now. Membership free. Omaha National Bank Seventeenth and Farnam Sts. Savings DpL on Street Floor. up some of his work before catching the train for Dayton. O, where he Is to take his new Job In a few days. SEVERAL CASES OF SCARLET FEVER FOUND BY C0NNELL Health Commissioner TU W. Connell re ports half a dozen cases of scarlet e-er In the southeastern part of the city He Inspected tho children In Bancroft school Monday and sent one child home, finding later that there waa a case of scarlet fever In the child's home. So far there Is no danger, the health commissioner says, of a contsglon In the Bancroft school. WILL DEBATE SINGLE TAX BEFORE ECONOMIC LEAGUE A debate between W. F. Baxter and F. P. Ramsey for and ajralnst the slngl tax will be the feature of the meeting of the Uconomlc league Tuesday evening. The meeting will start promptly at 8 o'clock. A Fierce' Attack of malaria, liver derangement and kid ney trouble la easily cured by Electrln Rltters, the guaranteed remedy. Ma. For sale by your druggist. Advertisement, i : 1