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THE BEE: OMAHA, TlTESl)AV, FEBTirARV 17, 1914. BRIGHT FUTUREJOR OMAHA Such is Opinion of Ben Rosenthal After Three Years' Absence, IS TO REMAIN PERMANENTLY the tnlon OntflKInc Company I to He nrrn nlr.nl nnil lt Untnlrtf Trade l to Hp Uxtrnrirri. bound to bn prosperous, no matter what conditions are In oilier c,llle. "I think that business Is on a boom onre' more, now that the tariff and currency bills likVe been tended to and I expect Omaha to lead In that business boom. I nm so confident In prospects of thin city that I Intend this firm shall -bo enlarged, more deportments added and our trade augmented. I will remain In Omaha now permanently and nmume the active exec utlTo head of tho firm." LAST OF BONUS M. and M. Bonus Prize Votes Will Then Be Finally Added Up. . AFTER THE PONY AND CART Den tlosenlhal, president of tfic t.'hion Outfitting company, has returned to j Omaha after an absence of three yenra. Sir. Uoscnthal will bocome the nctiVc ! head of the firm and announced that he , wilt Instantly start on n rcorsnnlmtlon I which will lncltido n lHrge .cxtenB.'on of 1 the business nnd tho Installation at t;ack Rgc to the very doors of the cstnb'.Uh mcnl that should put the Union Outfit tins company In n position to curry on ti very extensive foreign trade. Mrs. Sadie Walker Applies to Court to Get Out of Jail Mrs. Snd'o AVnlkcr, cigar clerk at tho I.fndoll hotel In Lincoln, who claims to 'have furnished the clue to the capture of Tony Clarlotln, murderer of Henry K. Xlckcll. instituted habena corpus pro ceedings to secure her roleasc from tho city Jul. DDTflpq WINNER OF PRIZE IN THE STATE iceolvlng ttolcn' property after Mr WnlLrr tvlm if., nr. b ..I. w.viii,iAi t'iJivpn:i iiiiiibcii Hi, chargo of Omaha. such buildings as the - Union t'aclfic headquarters, the Woodmen of tho World, the court houso .and others hare been completed and the city looked very much nuicii rurpntcu m ne growm in , rnm, , ,,, , ..(.. ,,. , . During l.la three year' absence ,co WM hrQ Mon Jd E Wi Monday afternoon.. Sho alleges that she knew Clarletta only as a bellboy om ployed at the hotel and that ho told her tho Jewelry on which she loaned Jilm SW was given to ltlin by his mother. Hhe asserts that when she nollcrd that the description of the murderer was similar to that of thi bellboy alio gave the tip lo the Lincoln lollcc. Urger than U did three short years ago. "1 think," said Mr. Rosenthal, "that tho future of the city of Omaha Is brighter than most any other city In the country, 1 never was ro astonished as when 1 saw the rapid growth of tho city by a mere survey of It, let alone by nn Investigation of commercial conditions. This city Is Better Biscuits Baked You never tasted daintier, lighter, fluffier biscuits titan those baked with Calumet. They're attvayt jtimk! A tllcir.it t Tor Calumet In- I surcs perfect baking. (Freight Robbers' I Hearing Saturday Ueorgo Craig, J. D. Ovavcnhurst, Hay j R'llck and Sum Kocfrlt. arrested last week on tho charge of breaking Into a , Mtsrourl Pacific car and stealing a iiuantity of corn, were arraigned before i United States Commissioner Herbert H, Daniel. The hoiirlng of tho casa was set for Saturday mornlncr, and their bonds were fixed at S2,PX each. Only 'Ovaven hurst was Able to give bond at the ttino they were arraigned, hut It Is believed that tho other defendants wilt also bo able to furnish bond today. Ovavcnhurst Is foreman of the switching crew In the yardB, where the theft occurred, while GeoreCrnlg Is said to have been em ployed us n switchman until four' days before tho time the robbery occurred. RECEIVER MCMCST AWARDS 1 WorU'l Pur. ImmMm, CMcase, ! EaMrtlon, Frtt, Mirth, Heavy Horses Are ! Finding Ready Sale Traveling Freight Agent Mutter of the 1 Northwestern Is In from an oxtendod trip out In the stair, and while out noted that Nebraska Is be'ng overrun by i men. buying homes for the eastern mar ;kct. They are paying prices ns high, If not higher, than paid years ago. This year, say Mr. Duller, the de mand Is almost entirely for draft horses, the heavier the belter. Animals that come up to tho requirements readily bring from J4W to tJOO per pair, with extra, good horses selling considerably hlfthor. There Is practically no demand for light horses arid roadsters. (Of' r Says Stove is Shoved at Him at Midnight M. F. Martin. 2018 Webster sheet, who i lias owned considerable property In tho fittfl-tlm redllght district for a number of years, appeared In police court nnd tcstl j fled that. JX. U Day, colored, HS Dodge i strret, was "no good.'' Day wus ar- Jested for having a stove n his house Which Martin declared belonged to hlnl. "A hian come about midnight, open ma .do' an' said, 'nigger, do you want a I stove. " I "Ah auUI ycisah, an' he Just popped It i thru de do'." .Day was given thirty days 'bUspenOed sentence. Many Yntm Rater llenilliiir Tlirlr effort to Get Handy OntfU Slnndlnit to lie Published Scxt Sunday. The voting for the last bonus prizes of tho contest will close Thursday even ing, February J9. Thore aro yet several daya to vote to votes for these prizes. Tho boys and girls are getting down to work. The rivalry among them Is no kern that not a label or n voting coupon escapes their vigilance. Tho pony and tart Is tho b'g Incentive. The O.miha boys and girls ore quite conf.dent Mutt some one of their number Is going to bo the lU;ky one; In Council Itluffs aro two boys who nxo already arranging a stable for thj outfit; wlillo Ii Vtth Omaha nnd the outside towns aro many youngsters who have ulrcudy given tli pony ii, name and are arranging to take their friends out for a ilrlvo shortly after March 28. The ronUst mau:icr wants to assure the youthful contesMnu that, so far, the prlre may be won by nny one of them. No ono has such a lead that It cannot be overcome by a little application nnd hard work. On February 22 will bo published tl.e names and standing of tho contestants! also tho names of the nominees who fire leading for the various prizes. The organization Is running a remark ably oven race. Tho change of a very few votes as last published completely altered the order In which the names appeared. There arc six more weeks of the big contest Theso will bo weeks of golden onnortunlty. The voting values have been Increased for tho last tlmo. They nro now very generous. By taking ad vantage of the various merchandising plans outlined by the contest manager the contestant's can secure many more votes than they could ordinarily. Those plans were made for tho benefit of con testants, who are quick to take advan tage of every opportunity to ndd to their standing. If you have not received one of the thrce-pago circulars outlining these plans ask for ne of them at the contest department. In every section of Omaha arc to be found merchants, who give away voting coupons In The nee Merchants' and Manufacturers' voting contest. No mat ter In what part of the city you reside, somewhero near you is one of these dialers'. When you fall to patronize these retailers you deprive yourself of votes that you cannot afford to lose. Votes irltl Hverythlnaf, Practically everything that one needs rail be had of dealers who Issue M. nnd M. voting coupons. Automobile supplies, hurdware. lighting fixtures, sporting goods, shoes and men's furnishings, tallor-mad;o clothes, dry cleaning and dyeing, bread milk, pianos and musical Instruments. photographs, laundry. Jewelry drugs, seven motion picture theaters located In different districts of the city; In addition lo theso dealers are twenty-two grocers, who seek your pa tronage and who 6ffer you competent service and high class goods plus the voting coupons, pn another page of this Issue of The Dee Is printed a list ot nil the Tetallers listed. In tho campaign. Read this Hit carefully. Setter still, cut out this announcement Hang It up In ybur kitchen. Then, when you are making Out your order .for tho month's supply ot groceries, give these dealers your pat lonage. Get the coupons. If you do not want them, rememberl there are many worthy organizations, who would thank y6u for tho aislstanco thcae coupons would afford. The contest manager would bo gtad to explain some of the combination offers that mean so much to the contestants. Come to the contest department) and get all ot the details. The number Is 'M Uet building. The phone, Douglas 311'J. Make Your Kisses As J "wwr 1 a -w -r mmA w eicome as i oui MISS IRENE MASON. In tho prlzo c.ay contest, supplement ing the study of Hygiene In the public schools of Nebraska, last year, Miss Irene Mason, a pupil In Pacific school, was awarded a gold medal. This medal was offered by the C. 13. Drown Jewelry com pany of this city for the best essay sub mitted by h pupil ot the eighth grade of tho OmaliR public schools. In addition to this her essay won the- state prize of J10. which was presented her Monday by Mrs. W. T. Graham, state supcrlntenant of this branch of educational work. URGES TRADEJPERSONALITY President Combs of Optometrists Would Have Business: Distinctive. ;Leisy Asks City Dads ; to Reconsider License W. V. Malonry, local manager of the l.rlsy Drewlng company, has asked the city commission to reconsider tho rejec tion ot tho lyclsy company's license, In asmuch as tho Peoria concern has "In vested $30,000 In real estate In Omaha," following the publicity bureau's adver t'ted Invitation for Industries to locato hero. City Cleik Thomas J. Flynn has received the letter and will present It at tho meeting of tho city commlrs!o'n Tuesday. PATRICK HYNES SERIOUSLY ILL WITH PNEUMONIA Patrick Ilnes. 2T0t North Twentieth street, S3 .years ut age. Is dangerously ill at hl home with pneUmou'a. Mr. llynos, vtho was &f years old last Kasttr, and who lost two daughters In tho tornado whan his house was totally destroyed, has been 111 most of tho year, suffering with a broken hip, which he sustained In the storm. ' HOWELL GETS IN RIGHT CHURCH, BUT WRONG PEW H. Deecher Howell, general manager ut the Metropolitan water uisinci oi Omaha Is back from Denver where he addressed an antl-munlclpal ownership meeting and at which he advocated mu nicipal ownership ot all public uunticf everywhere. Mr. Howell was Invited to speak at a mass meeting In Denver and accepted the Invitation, forwarding a lettor In which ho said he presumed ho, was to speak In favor ot municipal ownership, having stood for public ownership for sixteen yeats. When he arrived In Denver he found he was supposed to combat municipal ownership arguments, and so he sug gested that ht date bo called off, but the antl-munlclpal ownership managers of tho mass meeting allowed him to pro-ceed. SUIT your advertising to your goods.; "Circus" meth ods are fitting enough to ex ploit a "tent show," but fatal to an established business with dignity to uphold nd tradi tions to preserve. ARE IN ANNUAL SESSION .Member of the .State Society Hold In IT Convention at Hotel Home for JVcxt Two, DnyN Lcc tnre nnd Dinner. That the optomotrlsts's place of' busi ness should liavo a distinct personality was urged Monday by President B. B. Combs In his opening address to tho Ne braska Btatc Association of Optometrists In convention at tho Hotel Home. Ho told them of the Importance ot clean windows, a clean room, clean countors and a neat appearance of tho house in general, as the points from which the custorrier Instinctively judges the place. Tho president also suggested the rais ing of tho annual dues to 13 and suggested that tho association publish a year book In which the Important matters taken up at the annual conventions be recorded from year to year. IlncUIen'n Arnlcn Salve should be In every home, ready to apply to all burns, bruises, sores, cuts and scalds. Heals quckly, 25c. All drug gist. Advertisement. BIG FINE FOR STEALING IRON OF LITTLE VALUE A. rtullcj;. colored, residing at Sixth and Nicholas streets, was fined S10 and costs In polico court for 'tho theft ot some old Iron valued at about 10 cents, which ho stole from the Union Pacific railroad, along the tracks. GRAND JURY INVESTIGATES CONDITION OF HOTELS Members of the grand Jury spent the day Investigating conditions of local hotels as required by law. Tho sixteen Jurors were divided Into committees for this purpose. Purify your breath instantly of tobacco, vegetable or other odors with WRIGIJEYStw It relieves heartburn flatulence. It brightens your teeth, aids your digestion, sharpens your appetite. m v-ntm 7 i or w fHvyH This clean, pure, g JfBy healthful gum is the jt,iiHiPV 1,1 4ijf.most delicious and Ifs the hospitality confection. ideal to have in the house for family friends. It stays 'fresh until used. Be SURE H WRIGLEV'S. Look for the spear BUY IT BY THE BOX Sior oo cents 01 most dealers , Each box contains twenty 5 cent packages Chew it after every meal 5 YOU HAVENT READ ALL OF THE NEWS TIL YOU READ THE WANT ADS EMPLOYE SEEKS AID OF CHIEF DUNN AS MEDIATOR An employe ot a local manufacturing firm has tsken a unique way of settling Ills labor disputes. He has appealed to Chief or Police Dunn, saying his em ployer l Blvlng him the Worst of It ond that other employes get all the little easy jobs about the establishment. The employe, In a tetter, tells the chief of nollce that ever since last year his employer has oppressed him In one way 01 another. I-at year, he says, he was detailed to dig flshworms for tho em ployer, but lie failed to find many worms. or the right kind ot Worms, which angered his employer. Also, the dissatisfied employe adds, he Is now entitled to pay for money he "lost on leaves of absence." He said he was "laid off" against his will and ho believe he Is entitled to pay for the time he wa unemployed because ot this laying off. t C , v . For a Cold l t A ski Ui rtT 50 TVJjEU 0 KiCAFFKEY PPfS. CI, Unuknche nuit tlbeumuttsni VauUU Am ay, Men and women having backache, rheu matism, stiff and swollen Joints are hon estly glad to know that t'oloy Kidney Pills arc successful everywhere In Urlv Ing aut these Ills. That Is because Foley Kidney Pills kic a Hue medicine and quickly cffectle In all dlseaiies that re. suit from weak, Inactive kidneys and Urinary rregularltlta. Itev.' c. M, Knighton, llavanna, Fla.. writes: "I suf. lered intense pain In kidneys and back, but after taklnK Foley Kidney Pillar all my pains disappeared, and though J am U years old. I feel like a young man again," For sale by all dealers every hr - Adtertlsemtnc Day Start the day with a warm meal that nqf nly gives stomach comfort, but supplies the . greatest amount Of body-building mate rial with the least tax upon the digestion.' Keep the body warm and strong by ' eating ' ' Shredded Wheat the food that fortifies you against sudden changes of temperature and which contains more real bady-building nutriment than meat or eggs and costs much less. After you have tried all the others you will come back to Shredded Wheat always the same price always clean always pure always the same. I'lie Persistent and Juulcious Use ot . Newspaper Advertising Is the Itoad to I CuM .ers Success. X Always keat the Bucuit in oyen to retorq crispaeM.. Two Shredded Wheat Bucuks with hot milk or cream will supply all the eacrgy needed for a. half day's work. Delictously noumhmg when eaten m combination wkh baked apple, stewed prunes, sliced bananas or canned or preserved fruits. Try toasted Trkcuit, the Shredded Wheat wafer, for luncheon wkh butter, cheese or marmalade. Made only by The Shredded Wheat Company, Niagara Falls, N.Y.