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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1905)
The Omaha Daily Bee.
Pages 9 to 16.
The Best Foreign News Service I
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THE SUNDAY BEE.
ESTABLISHED JUNE 19, 1871.
OMAHA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1905.
SINGLE COPY THREE CENTS.
Saturday Ppeclnl Angel Food Crcnm Taffy,
assorted flavor, fresh made, vry Cp
delicious, per pound I
Twenty green trading stamps with largo
fancy box fresh made, vanilla ISin
Five green trndlng stamps with fancy Ron
Hon box filled with E
Hallowe'en Novation, up Ctr.
Ten Rodtlin Art Bargains
15c Water Color Paper c
35c box Water Color mints 23r
7 5c Box Water Color Paints 4 Ho
4 0c Glove or Kerchief Boxes for Pyrography work, 20c
20c 5x10 Dutch Panels and other subjects 15c
$1.25 Japanese Carved Nut Bowls 79c
$1.40 extra large size Photo Boxes ORo
11.25 Fry's China Palettes 0."Vc
75c value "Aurora" r.nd "Muses" Pictures 8fc
25c Photo Frames, glass and mat complete t'tc
Picture Framing -IMmlile Green Trading Stamps
OMAHA WEtTnFH FOR FC AST Mtoril.T Fair anil Warmrr.
Key Wont Second 12 In a box 25c
And Ave green trading stamps.
Black Ross, n long filled cigar Ml for $1.
And thirty green trading stamps.
Porto Klco Btogles 1D for 11.50
And thirty Kreen Irndlng stamps.
El ralrud. ft genuine Porto Rico, Rrevss
shnpc 7 for r
M for fi.
Clgnr Cases telescope sttle, up front. ,.35o
And double green trading stamps.
Thick Dug Strong Hold, pound 4Jo
And tidy green trading stamps.
1. 1X11 I li I I
Solid Gold Spectacles or Eyeglasses. Imported C OA
lenses, regular $7.00 value, special J.UU
Gold Filled Spectacles or Eyeglasses, Imported T rtfl
lenses, regular $5.00 value, special JUU
Platlna Spectacles or Eyeglasses, regular $3 A O
spectacles, pair 1,70
Saturday only, a large nsortment of Oprr.i, Field,
Heading and Automobile Glasses at very low prices.
JEWELRY SECTION, MAIN FLOOR.
Store Closes Saturday &t 10 p. m.
A Great Stamp Sensation
Our stock of Misses', Children's and Infant's Cloaks is en
tirely too large, nearly two thousand garments. To start quick
sales we will give double Green Trading Stamps of every
misses', child's and infant's cloak and coat sold on Saturday.
This is a great chance, for our values in cloaks are the best
we have ever shown.
Ladies' Full Length New Coats Blael: cheviot, heavy weight,
loose front and back belt, regular $9.50 coat, at . .$6.50
Ladies' Cravenette Coat Warranted rain proof, $9.90
quality, Saturday, at $5.95
Another Petticoat Sale From 9 to 11 Saturday, 95c black
spun glass petticoats, at 49c
Half Wool Union Suits $1 Ladies' jersey ribbed silk
stitched half wool union suits in Oneida and buttoned
front, natural and cream, worth $1 .50 suit, Saturday, suit $1
Special Sale of Ladies' Hose Fast black Maco hose, split
sole, lisle hose and heavy fleeced lined hose. This lot
worth t50c a pair, on sale Saturday, three pairs for. . . .$1.00
Hand Bag Special Ladies' black patent leather hand bags
and imitation walrus bags, worth 39c, Saturday, each. 25c
$1.00 Corsets, 75c French Coutille corset, fall weight, dip
hip, str.jght front, non rustable steels, in drab and
white, $1.00 value, special, Saturday, each 75c
Kid Glove Sale French kid gloves, high glace finish
new stitching, in full assortment of shades, Saturday,
(every pair guaranteed and fitted) per pair. .$2, $1.50, $1
Ladies' Fancy Neckwear All lace chemisettes in cream
and white, silk and lawn chemisettes, tucked and lace
trimmed; beautiful line of silk stocks, lace and bead
trimmed, styles too numerous to, mention, worth to
$1.25 Saturday, each '. 75c and 50c
Big Handkerchief Value Ladies' linen, lawn, embroider
ed and hemstitched embroidered handkerchiefs, worth
25c and 35c sale price Saturday 15c
Sample Lot of Fine Gloves for ladies and children, all im
ported goods, worth 35c to 50c pair Saturday, a pair. .25c
BIG SPECIAL SALES FOR SATURDAY.
100 pieces of Roller Toweling, in damask and crashes,
Saturday, per yard 5c
Remona Flannels, 27 inches wide, pretty Persian patterns,
at, per yard ... . -12
hOCl -ftirrwr cf '10c--Preoosrin -dark colors, yard, only . . . ....7o
Large 10-4 Cotton Blankets, heavy fleeced, per pair, only. 59c
Large 11-4 Cotton Blankets, in tans, grays and whites ex
tra heavy twilled, worth $1.85 pair, Saturday, pair $1.50
12-4 Blanket, the largest made, extra heavy fleece, worth
$2.25 Saturday, pair, only ' $1.98
Bed Comforts Very large silkoline covered Bed Com
forts, with pretty plain linings, filled with the best
white cotton, special for Saturday, each $1.25
All-wool gray Blankets, pretty borders, large size, worth
$5.50 Saturday, per pair $4.75
2V3-pound Feather Pillows, worth 85c each Saturday, ea.49c
Star Dance Folio No. 5 Just Out containing over forty pronounced hits,
including "In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree," "Back, Back to Balti
mnrA Brieht Eves. Good Bye," "The Gondolier," "That Klckapoo
tnriian Man etc.. etc. all of these
a special, at
Son hits from Sergeant Brue and Plff, Paff. Pour.
. ... . . ....... r . i
Saturday in. our music eecuun. ot.Lu.iu mvw.
SLAB1UGH TWICE PLEASED
Decision of Bnprem Court Sustains Two
of Hit Contention
NO IMMEDIATE SUIT FOR INHERITANCE TAX
Money Kot Paid Draws Interest for
Road ft'aad rnd Stat Can
Judge Slubaugh feels quite elated over the
decision of the state supreme court sus
taining the inheritance tax law.
'It is as I expected," he said. "The
court's ruling, as outlined In The Bee this
morning. Is directly In line with the con
tention of our brief. We feel that there
could have been no other result under the
circumstances. Pending a motion for a re
hearing, which I rather expect will be made
as a matter of course, the county attorney's
office will not take any further steps for
the appointment of appraisers. There need
be no reat hurry In the matter, as the l:w
provides for Interest on all moneys Involved,
and that will make so much moro to "o
Into the permanent road fund of the county
in the final outcome.
"There was a peculiar feature about thlt
Inheritance tax decision. Some time ago,
through the attorney general, I asked tor
a few days' more time In which to tile a
reply brief to the answer of the attorneys
i n the other side. This morning I received
two letters, one notifying me that I could
luive until November 1 to file our rer'y
lrlef and the other notifying me that the
vi it of mandtmua against the county
:i:dce was allowed. However, all's well that
i"d i well."
Judge elabaugh also felt indorsed by the
fiecinlon. holding the antl-clgarette law to
It giMni. The county attorney's oflVe had
rr minted the granting of the writ of habeas
corpus dlerr.sruing John Alperson from cus
tody, and when Judge Pay overruled their
contention und set Alperson at liberty
.T'iclge Blabaugh at once took un appeal
Tl-e higher court having now upset Judge
I'iv'.-i decision the county attorney Is ptep-
f : higher than usual. He says he feels
r n ui happy as if he had a new arrival
"is family, but Assistant Fitch ssys
I t 1 scrrtching w exieni of his Su
t ei ior's Joy.
County Judge Vlnsonhaler said he was
rsturslly surprised at the finding of the
fctgb court In the inheritance t.i matter.
lt would be useless u discuss tie decision
. OVJly ) Extra.
Hear them played
of the supreme court," said the county
Judge, "until the opinion Is made 'public In
extenso. While 1 can not speak with cer
tainty, 1 feel confident that Mr. Frttchett
and Messrs. Crofoot & Scott, who argued
against the constitutionality of the law be
fore the court, will ask for a rehearing.
The case may even be taken to the su
preme court of the Cnlted States for final
settlement. Personally I feel that the law
'.3 weak and will not in the end stund the
Makings" Hard to tiet.
Cigarette papers are hard to get in
Omaha. After an hour's search Friday by
a Bee reporter one man was found who
declared that he had bought papers at a
cigar store In the morning. A viblt at sev
eral stores fulled to bring l'oilh any papers,
and all the dealers denied that fliey hud
sold or given them away since the pas
sage of the antl-clgurette law. It is gen
erally known that In several stores, r
since the recent decision of the dlati.d
court, puptis huve been left lying on the j
counter wnere customers cuuiu lit mem
selves apparently without the knowli-dgc of
the di-aler. But since the action of the
supreme court Thursdny none are to be
seen, either on the count, rs or In the show
cases. TWO DEATHSFROM ACCIDENT
John Keatokl Killed by Street Car
and euro Kails Into
John Kestokl died at the South Omaha
hospital Just before noon yesterday as the
result of bctug struck by un Albright car
Wednesday night. At the time of the acci
dent ltl p. m. Kestokl was crossing the
tracks and did not see or hear the car
coming. His left leg was broken and he
was also badly bruised. Immediately after
the atrldent Kt-stokl was taken to the
South Omaha hospital, where he was given
medical attention. His advanced sge 70
years .nade it difficult for him to recover
from the shock. Coroner Bralley will be
notified, hut it remains with the family of
the deceased us to whether an Inquest will
be held or not.
William Reed, colored, fell In a vat at
Armour's Wednesday evening and was so
badly scalded that he died at the South
Oumliu hospital Friday forenoon. R-ed
whs ubout 3i) years uf age, was nmri led and
lived In the Third ward. When notified of
Reed's death flenersl Manager Howe of
Armour's Instructed I'ndertuker Brewer to
send the bill for the funeral to him. It Is
hardly probable that an Inquest will be
Ucid by Urn coroner, as Reed's scalding was
Saturday; Ofin I Mall 8c
SATURDAY IN THE MILLINERY
Special Bargain Sale of Trimmed Hats.
All Our $4.00 Trimmed Hats for $1.98
All Our $5.00 Trimmed Hats for $2.98
All Our $8.50 Trimmed Hats for $4.98
These bargains are genuine. Our s6le object
in sacrificing them is that we may secure room
for advance winter styles.
An endless variety of colorings and styles.
Special Bargain Sale of Street Hats.
All Our $5.00 Hats for $2.98
All Our $3.00 Hats for, $1.49
All Our $2.00 Hats for 98c
Special Bargain Sale of Millinery Ribbons.
These are high lustered taffeta ribons in new
est colorings 19c Ribbon for 10c
25c Ribbon for 15c
SNAPS IN CROCKERY
tIXXEIt SETS AND OPEN STOCK PATTERNS.
If you want something In that line, see the asKurturi-nt we show. 1 otl
can buy one piece, fifty or one hundred.
Saturday, 100 piece set In German China, good decoration, gold traced
a $16.50 set for 13.08
And two hundred green trading stamps. '
100 piece plain and gold sets for
And two hundred green trading
Warwick China Water or Milk Jugs, dark blue decoration, each 75c, 67c,
45c and Anc
And twenty green trading stamps with each.
Glass Tray or Bon Bon Dish, NEAR
And five green trading stamps
WATER SET. six tumblers and Jug. with cut fluted bottom. Saturday set for. .$1.9
And fifty Green Trading Stamps with each.
White and Semi-porcelain Cups and Saucers, good shape, set of six for 45c
And ten Green Trading Stamps with each set.
The new Clover Gas Light, complete with a globe, burner and mantle, a new lamp
and a new priee, complete 6rto
German China Salad Bowl, good shape and decoration, gold traced, a 75c value, Sat
urday, each 3So
And ten Green Trading Stamps with each.
Window Shades, in all colors, worth from 35c to 75c, some slightly
damaged, each lSe
Nottingham Lace Curtains, regular $2.95 to $3.60 values, pair $1.08
Madras Curtains, In both conventional and floral patterns, worth $5.00 ,
a pair, at ....$3.03
AxminBter Rugs, 9x12, regular $25 values, In new1 patterns, at-.. .$19.00
Axmlnster Kugs, 27x63. worth $2.50, at $1.70
Oil Cloth Rugs, in all sixes, each, at.. $1.20, 85c, 65c and 20c
Bennett's Great Meat
Best Dressed Springs or 1 O'n
Hens, at A-woL.
Strictly fresh No. 1 Leaf 1 C(
Lard. 12 lbs. for.. J..UVJ
Young Mutton Legs. Oc
Pork Shoulder Roast 7 He
Veal Shoulder Roast. . .4 lbs. for 25c
Veal Stew 6 lbs. for 25c
No. 1 Rib Boiling Beef, 10 lbs. for 25c
Bennett's Capitol Home-Made
Breakfast Sausage Made of
choice selected pig pork, fresh
and clean, put up in 1-pound
cartons it's the best on the
market; for Saturday,
Ten Green Trading Stamps With
Each Box Sausage.
purely accidental. No arrangements for
the funeral of Kestokl or Reed have been
SHORTAGE OF POLICE FUND
With All Money in Sight There Will
He Less Than Last
Clerk Harvey of the Board of Fire and
Police Commissioners has made a compara
tive statement showing the amount of
money available to run the police depart
ment In 1906 as against 1904. It shows that
for the present year the fund got 110,118.18
less than last year, counting In the $3,600
recently transferred from the general levy
fund. Should the council transfer 3,&00
more, or the balance left over from last
year, the amount available for 11X16 will be
only $(j,61S.18 lees.
The statement makes the following ex
Balance from lftO a.fcltt.SS
Ninety pr cent tux levy. 102,uvl.tl
Kxces s per cent und
buck tuxes and inter
Total i $11S. 352.7t)l lti.&tf. 76
Ninety per cent of levy.. $102,734.58
Back tuxes and Interest
up to April 1, when new
charter took effect 3.50G.UO
Difference for 1064 10 US 18
Prop sed additional In
crement : 3.5UO.0O
Difference In available
HULL WAY DELAY INSPECTION
Iowa Congressman Too Busy to De
vote Much Time to I.oeal
Congressman Hull of Iowa, who as chair
man of the military committee of the house
is making a tour of western torts and posts,
may not inspect Forts Omaha and Crook
until later. It was expected that he would
do so this week. In company with Senator
Burkett. Postmaster Palmer has received
word from the congressman that his return
to Des Moines is required by Monday. Fri
day rort Niobrara will be Inspected and
from there Congressman Hull will go to
Hot Springs. 8. P., to see the nem- sani
tarium for the veterans. Returning, he has
promised to stop over as long as possible
for a conference with iostmaster Palmer,
but It Is not likely he will have Una to go
out to the forta.
Face Veilings. Face Veilings
A big bargain sale Saturday of high grade fare
veilings, odd lengths, remnants and short
outs qualities far in excess of the
price, Saturday 1UL
A Saturday Special of Children's Headwear.
Scratch Felt Sailors and Self- r2SS V
Better grades at
Lamb's "Wool Tarns, 98c values
"Watch our resplendent win
dows. Visit this incomparable
CUT, assorted shapes, Saturday
Best Quality at
Your choice of Swift's Premium or
Cudahy's Diamond "C" Hame,
every ham guaranteed; "I Ol
on sale at. . . . .' lO.Av
And Thirty Green Trading Stamps With
Two Tons of Morrell's Iowa Pride
California Hams Just Received
Average weight of each ham from
8 to 9 lbs., every ham is selected
and guaranteed by us and by John
Morrell & Co.; on sale, per 1 r
pound-, at AWL,
And Thirty Oreen Trading Stamps With
LARD! LAUD! LARD! LARD!
BENNETT S SPECIAL LARD.
Every pall la guaranteed, pure kettle
rendered, in 5-lb. pails,
And Thirty Green Trading Stamps With
NEW BLOCK SIGNAL SYSTEM
Iowa IV ai Perfeo'.B Device Which My
Revolutionize Train Service.
PROTECTS BOTH ENDS OF THE TRAIN
Stations Are Notified When Train Is
Approaching nud Crossings Are
Automatically Gnarded Be
fore Train Reaches Them.
During the years that K. i. titotts of
Perry, la., was working as a conductor
for the Milwaukee railroad he did not
spend all his time punching tickets but
kept an eagle eye out to see where he could
make an improvement in the running of
the trains, with the result that he lias had
patented a block system that bids fair to
revolutionize the train service on thu rull
roads of the country.
Mr. Stottu has organized a company of
which be is vice president, P. H. O'Con
nor president, H. C. Slotts secretary and
treasurer and B. T. Llndley manager,
known as the Stotts-Lojrjdon-Slgnnl and
Equipment company und has opened head
quarters In Omaha in the old Dewey &
Stone building on Furnam street, where he
has equipped a complete railroad system
with tracks, cars, stations. In fact a com
The train on this railroad Is operated by
electricity as are also the blocks and sig
nals for which patents have been allowed
and Issued. The model shows the only
signal device In operation which pro
tects the rear, and heud end of a train
and also shows the direction in which the
train Is running. The signals are auto
matic, operated by electricity without the
aid of man. The system notifies the sti
tlott ahead In advance by bell in the depot
that the train has left the last station and
also protects the ttais while inside the
switching limit both front and rear by a
signal on each side of the station. ..flowing
danger on each side of the main line,
while the train remains on the main line.
Should a train go on siding to clear the
signals would go to clear, providing the
switches were sdjusted to the main line.
The ssme operation is msde with signals
on each side of station by train order
signals being put to danger, thereby noti
fying train liefore arrival that orders are
at the station.
An automatic crossing signal is also
operated by the approach of the train by
ringlAK a bell and placlx a naJM ovtr the
9Sc and. . .-.69c Vj
Buying direct from producers
enables us to save you money.
SATURDAY'S BATCH OF
Forty green trading stamps with sack
Bennett's Excelsior Patent Flour 11.65
Fifty green trading stamps with three
pounus finest Java and Mocha Cofiee 11.00
Forty gieen trading stamps with pound
Tea tall varieties) 7
Thirty green trading stamps with pint
bottle Grape Juice (finest quality) ....23c
Twenty green trading stamps with can
Diamond S fancy Fruits 2Sc
Peas, 2-lb. can ;c
String Beans, 3-lb. can '.'.'."he
Wax Beans, 2-lb. can 8e
Baked Beans, 1-lb. can '4c
Hominy, 3-lb. can ,'sc
Oil Sardines, can sc
Salmon, pound can '....Sc
Condensed Cream, can 4c
Pepper tiauce. bottle '.7C
Bennett's Bargain Soap, ten. bars 2oc
Ten green trading stamps with two
packages Bennett's Capitol Oats 20c
Ten green trading stamps with two
packages Bennett's Capitol Wheat 20c
Gllletfa Washing Crystal, three pack
One dozen packages 18c
Ten green trading stamps with pint bot
tle Columbian Catsup 20c
Ten green trading stamps with pint bot
tle Diamond S Chilli Sauce .25c
Ten green trading stamps with two cans
Red Cross Cream, large 20c
Ten green trading stamps with pint bot
tle Diamond S Salad Dressing 26c
Twenty green trading stamps with lb.
can Bennett's Capitol Baking Powder.. 24c
Granulated Sugar, twenty pounds for.. $1.00
HEDQl AIITKRS FOR. CHEESE.
Ten green trading stamps with pound
full cream New York cheese 20c
Ten green trading stamps with pound
finest domestic Swiss Cheese 22c
Hand cheese, each 210
Neufchatcl Cheese, each 4c
BITTEH. BITTER. BITTER.
Bennett's Capitol Creamery, the finest .
Butter produced pound package (full
Fresh Country Butter, pound 18c
Strictly Fresh Country Eggs, dozen
FULL, LINE FINEST BILK PICKLES.
Ten green trading stamps with pint large
Imported Olives, very fancy 23c
Ten green trading stamps with quart
Sour Pickles 10c
Ten green trading stamps with quart
Chow Chow Pickles 15c
See Our Expert Demonstrators of
crossing in advance, and releasing the
same when train has passed. All of these
devices will work on double, as well as
single track. '
Many of the local railroad managers have
examined the devices, as well as expert
signal men and no faults were found by
either expert or managers, and several of
the railroads are considering the proposition
of buying the system and Installing the
The model which is operated at Omaha Is
well constructed and contains a device
new to people of the city. The motor
car is operated by an overhead trolley,
which has two wires with two wheels on
General Superintendent Piatt of the New
Tork It New Haven railroad, who repre
sented the block signal devices of this
country at the international railroad meet
ing held in Washington lust spring, said
In sn address before that body that no
system of blocking would be complete until
the trains were blocked in front and be
hind and the signal showed In which di
rection the trains were going.
Mr. Stotts Is showing his patent to rail
road men. but Is pleased to have the gen
eral public Inspect It as well.
Xew Milwaukee Service.
Eh'ectlve Sunday the Milwaukee will put
; in operation two new trains which will he
: of great value to Omaha. One will be a
new Overland Limited train which will con-
nect with the I'nlon Pacific Overland I-Jni-
Ited and the other will be an additional
local train which will leave Omaha at 6:45
Heretofore the Milwaukee's fast train
i has left Chicago at 6:06 p. m. and arrived
at Omaha at T.35 a. m., thus compelling
j passengers to malt until 9:40 for the L'nlon
! Pacific's Overland. This train will re
1 main as It was, being called the Colorado
: Special, and will connect with the I'nlon
i Pacific Denver train, and the new train.
; to be known as the Overland Limited, will
leave Chicago at 8 p. in. and arrive at
Omaha at 9:2n, In time to make connec
tions with the Overland Limited of the
I The time of arrival of the local train
I from Iowa is changed from 11 p. m. to
I 10:30 p. m. The other trains will remain
as they were.
Wsrslng Against Fakir."
! The Railroad Protective association has
(issued h warning to business men sgainst
I a man who gives the name of H. Cole and
, Who solicits advertising for a pamphlet
' called "The Bduthwest" and which he
I resents Is issued by the Rock Island sys
tem. He has Dwn operating in tne east and
Is thought to be headed west. He Is a
small fry, as he .only charges 13 for a. card
and tbia aoi&U sauiunt is generally pld u
Solid Sterling Silver Thimbles, a regular 50c value, fll
Satunl.iv onlv, each ItIC
ONE TO A -CUSTOMER.
HirsK, Wickwire ZL Co., Lion
Brand, Bennett's Lapel and
Kohn Bros. Unicn Lapel
Suits and Overcoats
All the latest cuts and the choicest
of foreign and American cloths
blacks, and blues fancy worsteds,
cheviots anything you need is here
worth up to $30.00.
SPITS AND OVERCOATS
DUTCHESS TR0USERS-A NEW LINE JUST RECEIVED-LITTLE
LATE COMING IN-PERHAPS YOU
NEED A PAIR- PRICES
MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS'-lOc a Button, $1 a Rip.
Here's a sample line of trousers,
pair, at $3.00, $2.50 and
fZQ Fleece lined and flf Men's and Boys "Wool
black, ribbed Un- p Sweaters, all colors,
derwear. worth 50c Twenty worth $1.50.
Green Trading Stamps.
o Jal Flannel Shirts, blue
TIES P and fancy, worth $1.50
Sample line 50-cent
J C Four-in-Hands. Outing
7n Wool Underwear- 50C, 75C, $1 Flan?
SDC short lots, worth nel Nlht Shirts
up to $1.50. White Flannel, at $1.00
save him another call. He worked the
same scheme In this section once Dcfore,
representing himself as an agent for the
Hallway Notes aud Personals.
II. J. Phelps, division pussenger agent of
the Illinois Central at Dubuque, Is In the
Cars have been run on the Ninth street
track of the Union Pacific und the truck Is
now In dally use.
8. R. Toucey, secretary to General Man
ager Mohler of the Union PaciUc, has re
turned from Salt Lake City.
F. A. Nash, western agent of the Mil
waukee, took a party of friends to Kan
sas City Friday to witness the closing days
of the horse show In that city.
George J. Mohler, general agent of the
Union Pacific at Upokane and brother of
General Manager Mohler of the Union Pa
cific, was in the city Thursday.
The Burlington announces that the low
summer rates of one. fare, plus $2, which
have been In effect during the summer
months to Hot Springs, Ark., will be con
tinued during the month of October.
Beginning November 1, tho Burlington
will operate a daily tourist cur service from
Ciilcuuo to Los Angeles vlu the Denver &
'. Rio Grande and the San Pedro line. It
will leave Omaha at 4:10 p. in. dally.
Judge Cornish, first vice president of the
Union Pacific, who was in utiendance at
the annual stockholders' inciting at Salt
I.ake City last week, arrived in Omaha
Thursday, left his cur und continued east
on the Northwestern.
FLORENCE MAN ENDS HIS LIFE
Losing Ills Position, Pete Andrr.
I son Takes Carbolic Acid at
' His Home.
Peter Anderson of Florence was found
dead In his room Thursday evening by
his wife. Carbolic acid taken with sui
cidal Intentions Is said to have caused
death. .Coroner Brailey has gone to Flor
ence to hold an Inquest.
Anderson was 18 years of age and
worked as fireman at the water works
j until Thursday when he Is said to have
lost his Job. Desjiondenry over loss of
work Is said to huve been the motive for
the man's Self-deslruclloh. Anderson
lived In Florence sixteen years and is sur
vived by a wife and daughter.
How to Cure Corns anu Hnnloua.
First, souk the corn or bunion In warm
water to soften It, then pare it down i.i
closely as possible without diawing blood
nd apply Chamterlain'B Pain Balm twice
daily, rubbing xiRorously for five mlnut-s
at each application A corn plaster should
be worn a few das to protect It from the
shoe. As a general liniment for sprains.
bruises, lameness ami rncuiiiat !:ii. Pain
Balta U unequaled,
Lion Brand and
Latest Styles and
up to $20
Suits or Overcoats
1.00 to 6.00
worth up to $6.00 a
DAVIDSON DOES NOT AGREE
Superintendent of Schools Takes Eioeptioi
to Ee marks of Physician.
PARENTS ARE TOO OFTEN TO BLAME
Aliraed "Imperfect Development" of
Children Dae to Abuse of
Schools System and Not
Superintendent Davidson does not agree
with Dr. Freeda M. Lankton that the pubUo
schools are to blame for race suicide and
imperfect physical development of Amer
icans. , He believes It is the abuse and not
the use of the public school system that
sometimes cautes bad results. He says:
As to the "Imperfect development of our
girls" a physician's opinion should rate
higher than a school man's opinion. I feel
that there must be uome ground for tbe
natemini, otherwise It would not be made
on such lilrn authority. And still, did
other than physicians make, the statement
I slinulii feel like raising the question as
to whether the statement Is not too broad.
Docs the discussion not refer to the "ex
ception rather than to he rule?" Should
the statement not be. "some of our bovs
und gliis uie hoperlectly developed phys
ically." not all? And has this not been
true In ail the history t.f the world, even
lung brlo.e the public school system was
However, while I feel that the physician's
knowledge ami experience should be given
Kreat wiight n this question, still I find
iwysiit as u school man unable to agree
with the stutoii'-nt that this condition of
"impel feci development" (If It exists). Is
largely duo to the public school system.
I da not hold that the public school sys
tem Is by any nouns perfect, but I d
know, thai it is better today than ever
before In Its history. We are often led to
lay l i. unc noon the school system, which
should he placed on some other agency
us the home, our s clal life, and the nature
of our hiisincFH or commercial life at well.
1'ressiU on by our social and business life
he parent Is often over-ainbltlous for his
children and deslr. s to crowd them through
the public rcliuols. not only to the detii
nien of the cnlldri n, but often to the hurt
of the school us well.
As to the u luinl system as organized In
Omaha, a child enters tho kindergarten
I st i h- age or o years and, it advanced
I', roils11 uir rin i.i mtxirn I t'K ill.t I I , iin
ciin Kixduate from the high school in his
Jith yea i. The averagv uno of I he iins
Hi.oli.aung from the Omaha High school
la.it yeiir was Wfa y.-srs. It will be seen
from this that the child graduating at tho
uge of Hi esrs is the cxn ptlon and not the
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