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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1907)
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WANTS POLICE DUTY CLEARLY DEFINED
After qaeilnc Lemon Jalce oo Dona
tio r, Dahlraaa and CommUalon
"Keeollv Contniltlee Pal
liate Chlefa Coarse.
The Civic Federation Saturdny mornins
filed with the aecretHry of the Board of
Fire and Police Comminslonera an answer
to Chief Lxmahue auttement reg.irdlng
chargra filed against him by the C.vic
Federation. : Metnbera of the coinmlitee
filing the charge aay they find much that
Is reasaurlng in the chief's statement, but
they Insist; that the commlsalontr take
such action as to leave no doubt In the
minds of members that the right agalnM
gundtiy closing will be continued unless
the police' -board and chief adhere to tho
policy of enforcing the law regardhsj of
orders from the mayor.
The hearing of the charges against Chief
tonahue was continued from last Wednes
day afternoon to not Monday afternoon at
Test of the Aaswer.
The Civic Federation's answer reda:
The chief ol iolUe having tl'.fd his an
swer In will ink to our ciniplulnt hereto
fore tiled, and having, by such answer.
' The Modesty of Women
K&tnrally makes them shrink from the
l-.ulclicato quwlionft, tho obnoxious ex-mln-Ulons,
and unpleascnt local treat
tnentj, which somo physicians consider
e.isenttaJ In tho treatment of (ilseae ol
womciu Yet, It help can bo had. It I
better to submit to this onical than let
tho dijvafto uror and UTa4. The tmuhle
1 that so often tint w oman umlurgoea all
the an noyii nee and shaoio for iiolhlnj.
ThotrsndN wouien who hava been
cured Ujt Ur. THrrc Favorito Frescrln
tlon wrlux In Weciatlon of the euro
which dit(Wfe&NVt the examinations
and local treat menuTJiiSLiajC&l!Lr.
wiedl.-lnn fo ir iml Tor d.-li.-.ilfl
women s V'avnritp Prerrnilicv" It
cures debiliTat'iiif- dsin. irrcguiifiTty and
female weakness. . It always helps. It
almost alwaya cures. It U atrlctly non
alcoholic, non focret, all ltd ingredients
being printed on IU bottle-wrapper; con
tains no deleterious or hablt-foruiliig
drugs, and every native medicinal root
entering Into Its composition bas the fall
endorsement of tbnne most eminent In the
several schools of nudkil practice. Some
of these numerous gad strongwtof pro
fessionaj endorsements of Its Ingredients,
will be fouud a pamphlet wrapped
round tho bottle, also In a booklet mailed
rce on request, by Dr. R. V. Pierce, of
liuffalo, N. Y. These professional en
dorsement should have far more weight
than any amount of t)ie ordinary lay, or
The most intelligent women now-a-days
imtirt on knowing hat they take as med
icine Instead of opening their mouths like
a lot of young birds and gulping down
whatever is offered them. r'a vorite Pre
scription " Is of Knows coaPoairtos. It
makes weak women strong and alck
J)r. Tierce's Medical Adviser is sent A
om receipt of tami to par expense of
nailing only. Send to Ir. K. . 1'ierce,
HnlTalo. N. Y., SI ono-ceut sUmpa for t-pct'-corered,
or SI stamps forrloth-i)omid.
If t-lck con nit the Lkx-ur, Jrof charge
br letter. All uch omimunicaUom are
Wd cmilr rntitjdantiaL
lr. nerve's P1eaatit IVU Invigorate
ftud reguiaut stomas u, Uvt said boaeis.
LVICR PLATED WARE
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WE RECEIVED IT
entered a plea of guilty, coupled with a
jrxnlse of reformalion. the whole qutlon
of fact may be submitted on the complaint
i;ut upon the quootlon of what actlun
tin' board ouxht to take on the plea of
guilty and promise of reformation, ajmo
observations may not be out of place.
1. The ih ' siys In effect that he Is not
a lawyer, m ihut until he has taken h-xal
advice, which was after he lmd liwued his
order of January 12th, he supposed 11 was
his duty to obey the direction of the mayor
even to the extent of vlolatlre the law;
but that he 1 nov advised it Is not hi)
duty lo obey the. mayor's orders when such
"expressly or by Implication, direct or per
mit him to violate the law." H!n promise
to enforce the laws In the future can b
kept only by a continuous Ignoring of the
mayor order r,r January iz.
JIow far the chief Is Justified In not know
ing his legal duty, and how far h i viola
lion of that duty Is mitigated by the condi
tions surrounding him, are questions de
volving upon your honorable body to de
termine, and so Is the iuestion whether th
chief oueht m t to have taken legal advice
before Instead of after Issuiru his order.
Ought he not have known that his light
to follow an unlawful direction by the
mayor was. at least, qtiet-tioned? Was he
not charaeahle with knowledge that the
governor had decided that the chif of po
lice and the Board of Fire and Police Com
missioners have dunes to perform In tha
nforcement of the law. Independent of any
action by the mayor? Did ha nqt know
Partial Eclipse of the Moon, January 29, 1907
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Moon enters penumbra 4-4 a. m. 3
the eclipse T:3 a. m S Moon leave
numbra 10:30 a. m.
.There will be -a partial ' eclipse of the
moon next Tuesday .morning, January 1S.
It will be partial in a double sense, first
because only Tl per cent ' of the moon's
diameter will be obscured and secondly
because the niin will set for us a few '
minutes after the eclipse Is half over.
. Thet acoompaaylng figure JU ,, enable us
to observe the eclipse scientifically. The
largest circle on It Is the earth' penum
bra and tlie on next in else, eonceoUM
with it. the earth's shadow at the place -a
her the moon will cross thun. NSC
W are the cardinal point. The diagram 1
must be held. In such a way that tha line
N 8 point to the north star, when a point
about half way between E and N will be
The long straight line A B C D V la the
nioon'a path- and tla five amall circle on
It represent Ave appearance of the moon
at Important moments. When the moon' ,
filter H at. A... at a. m., central time, '
th uioon cnlcis prnuiutia. wEta it lat
We can replace all broken or destroyed parts.
WE GUARANTEE all retailed articles to be
as GOOD AS NEW.
ANY COLOR ON ANY METAL, Gold, Silver,
Nickel. All shapes of Brass, Copper or
Altar Equipment, Communion Services and
ALL CHURCH FIXTURES REFINISHED.
MAMA SILVER C
314 SOUTH 15th STREET
that that was the opinion of Mr. John P.
Breen, city attorney, on file In the office
of the board, and that the same opinion
had been Riven to the governor by the at
torney general? Was he without notice
that the Judge of the district court, who
had denied a writ of mandamus command
ing your honorable b: dy to take certa'n sp"
cliic steps for the enforcement of the law,
had Ixsued such a writ against himself, and
had publUly declared that It was the duty
of your honorable body to discipline any
Sollce officer who failed to do his legal
uty? All of these are proper questions
for determination by your honorable body
in deciding the degree of culpability of the
chief of police In issuing the order of
which wo have complained.
Toss Lemon to the Board.
On the other hand, there are other con
siderations which msy be proper to weigh
as possibly mitigating the chief's conduct
Has he not been taught by precept and ex
ample of your honorable body to believe
tiiat the mayor and board can nullify the
J Hi of ti e state, and ihit they need no bet
ter ground for such nullification thsn the
simple assertion that those who demand law
enforcement aro not acting In good faith?
If h. has been so taught, your honorable
body has an opportunity to decide how far
his conduct Is mitigated by such teaching.
2. The promise of law enforcement In
the future Is reassuring to the undersigned,
who for three years have battled against
great odds for no other purpose than to
Moon .enters shadow S OS a. m. 0 Middle ot
shadow S.10 a. in. T Moon leaves pe
B. at I K, the moon enters shadow and a
very perceptible black notch will be cut
out of th brilliant full moon. Some time
before - that even the part of the moon
nearest the shadow will be seen to be
considerably darker than the part fur
thest away. When the moon I at C, at
T.a "a. m... It ha penetrated deepest Into
the shadow, and then begins to go out of
It again. At this time 71 per cent of the
moon diameter will be In the earth
shadow, f '
The moon will set at 7:45 a. m., seven
minute after the middle of the eclipse.
It will then present the appearance shown
In the small figure marked 11. The sun
will rise at 7:41 and Interfere much with
the brilliancy of the eclipse.
The next eclipse visible In Omaha will be
. a D'lber partial eclipse of the moon of
about the same magnitude the present
one. It will occur on July 24 between t
p. m. and n.ldnlght.
WILLIAM r. UGGE, 8. J.
. SUNDAY HEE: :.UXUAIV
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secure obedience to an enforcement of the
laws. If that promise Is kepi, our fight i-s
won. If It Is not kept, we can .only prom
ise to continue th fight until the present
incumbents of public office or their suc
cessors bttj.Kiie active instriimentalitiea In
the enforcement of the law, and the
holders of saloon licenses thoroughly realise
tbat If they vloiate the law they iiiunt ar
range to retire from business, even at the
cost of closing every saloon in the city.
1. We furtner submit that the mayor's
unlawful direction to Uie police departinant
not to enforce ih law devolves upon your
honorable body the duty of such prompi
and vigorous action as will not leave the
members of the police force In any doubt
respecting their duties.
T. J. MAHOXET,
ISAAC W. CARPENTER.
W. T. OKAI1AM.
A. B. BO.Mfc.R8.
ELMKR K. THOMAS.
DIAMONDS Frenser, Uth and Dodge.
Woman Bae (or glO.OOO.
Lovlna A. Strain filed a suit yest rday
In district court againHt lr. juseob C.
Moore, asking tlO.iXu damages. Ehe alleged
he examined her una Informed her that
she was sutlerlng from a tumor, that sne
submitted to on operation and did not re
gain her health; that six mmuni lr.ter she
went to a hospital, submitted to another
operation and It was innnd liiat soine of
the antiseptic game used In the first opera
tion had not been removed. Through this
alleged Inadvertence. n said, she suffered
great pain throughout the six months fol
lowing the operstion. She alleged she had
no tumor In the first place and did not
need the operation performed by Dr.
THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL
Few Veopl Iiew Hew Useful It I la
rreserrlag Ktta and Beauty.
Costs . o a.iy
Nearly everybody know that charcoal Is
the safest and most enVlsnt disinfectant
and purifier in nature, but few realise It
value when taken Into the human system
for the same cleansing purpose.
Charcoal 1 a remedy that the more you
take of It the better. It I not a drug at
11, but simply absorb the gases and Im
purities always present tn the stomach and
Intestines and carries them out of tha sys
tem. Charcoal sweeten the bredth after amok
big, drinking or after eating onion and
other odorous vegetables.
Charcoal effectually clears and Improve
the complexion. It whiten the teeth and
further act a a natural and eminently
It absorb the Injurious gases which, col
lect in the stomach and bowels; it diata
fects the mouth and throat from the poison
All druggist sell charcoal In one form
"T another, but probably the lest charcoil
and the most for the money Is In Btuart'
Charcoal Loxengea; they are composed of
the finest powdered Willow charcoal and
other harmless antiseptic in tablet form
or rather In the form of lrge pleasant
taating loxengea, the charcoal being mixed
The dally us of these losenge will soon
tell In a much improved condition of the
general health, better complexion, sweeter
breath and purer blood, snd the beauty of
It is, that no possible barm can result
from their continued us, but. on the con
trary, great benefit.
A Buffalo physiciaa, tn speaking of the
benefits of charcoal, says: "1 advlR Stu
art' Charcoal Losenge to all patient suf
feting from gas tn stomach and bowela. anJ
to clear the complexion and purify the
breath, mouth and throat; I also believe
tha liver Is greatly benefited by the dally
use of them; they coat but twenty-fir cent
a box at drug stores, and although In some
sense a patent preparation, yet I believe I
get more and better charcoal la Htuart'a
Charcoal Losenge man in any or in or
dinary charcoal tablet, "
8end your name and address today for a
fro trial package and see for yourself
y. A. 8t"e Co M Rtuart Bldg., Marshall,
OMAHA LOSE PRIMARY MART
cly Market in Countrf that is Abiolutely
of This Ka'.nre.
CHICAGO NO LONGER COMPLETE GUIOt
In' Corn and Oat Windy City Loses
Prestige for Setting; the Mark
taat Other Mast
Time was when Chicago et the mark for
the price of oat and corn in Omaha. The
Omaha market kept the price of these
commodities about I cent a bushel under
the Chicago price, the freight from Omaha
to Chicago being about that amount- The
growing southern market for these grains
has almost eliminated Chicago a a factor,
and very frequently the farmer oan ac
tually get more cent a bushl for his gralt)
In Omaha than he can in Chicago. Just at
present the Omaha price of oats 1 14 cent
under Chicago. Corn I Imllarly affected
by the southern trade. A fsr as wheat la
concerned Minneapolis and Chicago are still
influential factors in making the Omaha
Omaha Is the only market in the country
which Is wholly and absolutely primary In
nature, that I, which get all of it grain
direct from the country. In 1W6 It received
46,(00,000 bushel of grain. Other markets
received more, but their receipt are swelled
by purchase from other primary points
If from Chicago', St. Louis' and Mlnne-
polis' receipt should be deducted the
amount of grain received from Omaha and
other western markets a big difference
would be made.
Omaha on the Burlington.
Referring to the Idea in some quarters
that the burllngton last year hauled an In
creased number of cars of grain to Kansas
City and a less number to Omaha, Secre
tary McVann of the Omaha Grain exchange
The facts are .that with an admittedly
lighter movement of grain In this territory
than tha previous year, the Burlington in
UtOs hauled to Omaha 1200 cars more thai
in 1IK. Omaha's position on the Burling
ton ha been strengthened by the purchase
of the Ferguson line of elevator by the
t'pdlke Grain company, and it Is presumed
that the reported acquisition of an interest
in the Central granaries bythe Nye-fichnel-der-Fowler
company will further strengthen
It position. In the total amount of grain
Omaha had lu,U0,tO0 bushels more than In
while Kansas City lost an equal
FINGERS ARE BADLY FROZEN
Two of The May Have to Be Am
putated from Hand of
Jene Dewald. who says he hss tramped
the continent from Canada to Mexico and
Maine to California, went to the police sta
tion Saturday morning to secure medlc.tl
treatment for a badly froien hand. Dewald
came into Omaha Friday night on a fnst
freight train and .had ridden for mile !i
the chilling breese on the brake beam
under a freight car. Two of the Anger
on his left hand were so badly froxen that
thy may J.ave to be amputated and the
rest of h's hand was froxen. but not so
severely as the finger. He wa treated
by Police Surgeon Heine. The man said
the life of the genus hobo wa anything
b-:t a bed of rose at this season of the
year ."-d that he became so numbed with
cold during hi rid to Omaha on the bra Ik-
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beams that he nearly lost his hold several
times and fell under the wheels.
MANY DOCTORS AT FUNERAL
Scores of Physicians Attend Obsequies
the Late Dr.
Wltli (core of physicians In attendance
and - the Creighton Medical college closed
for the day in honor of the late member
of the faculty whos labor In the field had
ceased forever, the obsequlea of Dr. B. P.
Crummer, who died early Thursday morn
ing, were held Saturday at 1:30 p. m. at
the family residence. iM Dodge street, and
wire in charge of Rev. John Williams,
rector of St. Barnabas' Episcopal church.
The service were brief and simple, but
impressive, the burial ritual of the Episco
pal church being performed with Its natural
solemnity. Flowers were conspicuous by
their absence, which was at the special re
quest of Dr. Crummer, made shortly be
fore his death.
Neatly all the members of the Douglas
County Medical association, of which Dr.
Crummer was a prominent member, were
present, and the active and honorary pall
bearers were selected from that organisa
tion and from the faculty of the Creighton
Medical college. Although Dr. Crummer
was a member of Tangier Temple, Nobles
of the Mystic Shtlne, and also of Mount
Calvary commandery of the Knights
Templar, these organisations did not take
part In the services in an official capacity.
although many ot tnsir members were
At the conclusion of the ceremonies at
the residence, the body was conveyed to
Prospect Hill cemetery and placed In a re
ceiving vault with brief services conflneJ
alone to membeis of tne immediate family.
Two brothers and a sister of Dr. Crum
mer from out of the city were In attend
ance at the funeral. B. C. Crummer, a
brother, who resides at Topeka. Kan., und
Is private s-eretary lo Quveinor Iloch. ar
rivei In Omaha Friday morning. Mrs. O.
MattlHon of KvanHton. III., a sister, and
another brother, Joseph C. Crummer, of
Burlii.gton, la., arrived Friday evening.
These were the only relattves from out of
CX.SAJT8 rOTS ASfD FABT8 WITH TIkT Z.ITTX.C
KEi,r raoM YOU.
No matter how thick and bard the grease may be,
Old Dutch Cleanser fairly wipes It off. It cuts, dis
solves and absorbs the scum that soap won't touch.
Puts a fine briUlunt glotsg on glassware, and a
brilliant polish on metal. Nothing in It
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4? CUDAHY PACKING CO., SOUTH OMAHA. NEBRASKA
AND HARNEY SIS.
the city who wer able to be present.
Dr. J. P. Lord. H. P. Hamilton, A. B.
Somera, A. P. Jonas, J. E. Summers, 8.
K. 8paldlng, F. E. Coulter and D. C.
Bryant acted as 'honorary pallbearers. The
active pallbearers were Dr. Charles O.
Rich. W. H. Ramsey. E. C. Henry, Mil
lard Langfeld, F. W. Lake and Dr. Singer
CHECK THAT LOOKS BOGUS
Paper found In Prisoner' P
Suggest Possibility of
Him a Forger.
Among the personal effect of John Doran,
a visitor from Germantown. Pa., who wai
arrested Friday night by OnTcer Relglemaq
on the charge of drunkener. was found a
check, which Is believed by the police to b '
a forgery. It is thought Doran may prove
a valuable discovery and he will be held
for Investigation to ascertain If anyone re
ports being his victim. ' "
Doran was so Intoxicated Friday night'
he could not sign tils name, but did so
Saturday morning at the request of Chief
Savage and hi handwriting Is Identical
with that of the check. I The check la for
34.60 drawn on the United States Nitlonal
bank by W. H. Russell and payable to
John Doran. The signature of the maker
cf the check and the payee appear to be
In the same handwriting.
Don't Pay Blsr Proflt on Yonr Cigars.
Buy direct from the manufacturer and
cut out the traveling man' big salary and
expense, bill board advertising and a hun
, drrd other things which you hare to pay
for when baying from your retailer.
The Chrlsfy Girl Is a splendid, long, clean
I filled cigar, at the ridiculously low price of
1 4c In hundred lota, and to get you ac
quainted with our goods we will for thirty
day only lend absolutely free with each
order for 1(0 cigars one of the celebrated
Christy Safety Razors, with extra blade
and stropping handle. Don't hesitate. '
Bend draft or money order today for t3.U
and receive by return express, prepaid,- 100
of these fin- cigars and a raxor free. Ad- '
dress The Consumer' Cigar Co.,' SloUx
to roughen the
them soft and
It for cleaning
bath tubs, sinks,
Large Silting Top Cans
By All Grocers
At 10 Cents
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