Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 22, 1908, NEWS SECTION, Page 5, Image 5

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    THE OMAHA SUNDAY HEE: XOVEMBER 22, 1008.
GENTLEMEN'S
Correct Clothes Fashions
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ISSUE IS OVER ONE . MILLION
for
Distinctive Clothes for Men and Young Men
. Cost no more than the ordinary kind-
'tis simply in the judgement of selecting
There is just as much, difference in clothing, as there are in people
Some are expressive in their general appearance they have character
The style-esign-finish-workmanship-material-all contribute to the desiredeffect. j
Clothes speak volurrfes why, not get the best
Ak the Fashionable Clothes Shop of your town to show you the 1009 SCHLOSS models
if they haven't the new models ,we will cheerfully send same, to them
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THIS LABEL is your safeguard, see that it is on the clothes
you purchase, recognized everywhere as the Hall Mark
of a Gentlemen's good taste and refinement in dress.
BaiumoreSclilossBros.6cCo.
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WI)ol&l Drapers
New York
MORTGAGE TO COVER BONDS
M.r(ae Uteri All tk. Fraarklu
Hllthta of (oirrta Oraard to
Operate lit and Aro.nd
Town of RaUton.
To covera proposed bond losue of tl..W.-
Ou) the Nebraska Traction and Power com
pany, which ii organised to opernte In and
around the new town of Ralston, hua filed
a blanket mortgage with the register of
deeds and the county clerk. The mortgage
covers all the franchise rights of the com
pany. Its real estate and personal property.
The mortgage runs tj the Midland Guar
antee and Trun company, as trustee for
I he bondholders. The bond Issue will be
dated October lo. 1808, and the bonds.
though Issued In different denominations,
will be due October 15, 1933. They will be
of the face value of ll.OJO, f:M and $ll.
The mortgage sets out specifically thesu
franchises which have been acquired by
th. company and which are covered by the
mortgage:
1. The franchise granted by the county
board to Shimer A Chase for the right to
use Q street from the limits of 8outh
Omaha tc Ralston for a street railway
track.
i. A franchise granted to William D. Crist
for (in electric light, power and street rail
way company In 1'anllllon.
3. A franchise for an electrlcTlght, power
nu ..ireci rtiiway pmni in Kalston.
i. A franchise to operate a street railway
system in Ralston. - '
6. A franchise to opernte a telephone and
iciegrapn system in italston.
Covers Other Property.
Besides these franchises the mortgage
covere right-of-way and other real estatu
In Ralston owned by the company and Its
personal property. Because It also Includes
personal property It was necessnry to fllu
It with the county clerk as well as with
the register of deeds.
One of the conditions of the mortgage Is
that beginning October 15, 1'JIO, and an
nually thereafter, from 2 to 4 per cent of the
net earnings shall be sot aside to provide
a sinking fund with which to reduce the
principal of the bond Issue.
The mortgage la signed by Mel Uhl, pres1.
dent, and J. F. Emmet, secretary of the
company.
William t). Crist, general manager of
the company, said last night the company
had already disposed of about 150,000 worth
of the bondc locally and would put the
rest on the market from tlmo to time ns
the property is developed.
Th. first work of the company, he Bald,
would be the building of an electric line
from South Omuha to Ralston and the
building of a power plant in Ralston. This
line they expect to have in operation by
hrlstmas. Later, he said, the line will
be extended to I'apilllon and a sub-plant
located there. This wilt give a line about
seven mile. long.
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Mountain Top
(Quality
In piano making is the reason why the CELEBRATED
STEINWAY PIANO has held its supremacy over nil other
makes for generation!?. Try as hard as they may other
makes have always fallen fhort in their endeavor to produce an equal to the Steinway.
Xo other instrument comes higher than the "TIMBER LINE" in approaching STEIN
WAY CHARACTER AND QUALITY.
Steinway Pianos
stand alone on the MOUNTAIN TOP of the world's effort to produce an instrument cap
able of interpreting the soul's longing and desires. If you really desire the BEST, examine
STEINWAY history and records. You'll find p. marvelous record of achievement. You
are cordially invited to call at our salesrooms any day atd listen to a demonstration of
Steinway tone production. x
Write for Steinway Catalogues if
you reside outside of Omaha.
Schmoller Mueller
Piano Co.
Authorized Representatives for
Steinway cG Sons Pianos.
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13111313 Farnam St. Omaha., Neb.
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SIPE'S TROUBLES ENDLESS
Slan Who Lost Foot tn Accident Now
In Fair Way to Lose
Wife. v
Louis V. Sipcs, deprived of his foot by
n accident last winter, la now In a fair
way to lose his wife. Friday afternoon
he filed suit for divorce from Gertrude
Slpe, charging her with Infidelity. Last
winter Slpe was working for the Omaha
Ice and Cold Storage company putting up
Ice at Cut-off lake. Ills foot caught be-
ween a pulley and cable and was so badly
mangled it bad to bo amputated. The al
leged Infidelity, he says, occurred last
spring after the accident had laid him up.
He also charges her with cruelty. The
Omaha Ice and Old Storage company re
cently compromised his suit for damages
In district court by paying him 16.000.
JUROR GETS THIRTY DAYS
L'H. Anderson Pleads for His Family
Before Sentenoe.
ASKS JUDGE 10 GIVE HIM USZ
Tolls Conrt Mo Realises It I. Worst
v OaToaso Man Coala Commit,
avTo M order. In Abject
Hamlllty.
Thirty days In "the county jail was th.
ent.no. lmpoad on' A. H. - Anderson, th.
grand juror who wa dlshenorably dta
charged from th. Jury last woes; by- Judge
Sear, when h. entered, a plea of guilty to
contempt of court Saturday , morning.
Anderson pi.aded for a fine instead of
l-i 11 sentenoe,: but Judge Bears declared' a
money payment was not sufficient punish
in.nt to fit -the offense and. refused to
.hang. th." sentence.
Anderson -not only entered a plea of
guilty, but h. admitted th. enormity of th.
offense.
"I reallx. now, Judge, . it la about the
worst oftens. a man could commit e.cr,pt
murder," be .said In abject humility to the
court. ,
Judg. Sears lectured him , severely, and
Anderson, lesnlng against th. Judge', bench,
humbly assisted th. court. Whan Judge
gears hesitated and raked hi. mind to find
word strong enough to fit th. situation
Anderson supplied it. He assented to ev
erything the court said in denunciation of
him and meekly admitted he ought to be
punished.
After pleading guilty Anderson ask.d the
court to make the punishment a fine and
give him time In which to pay It.
'I have a wife and four children to sup
port and I would like to get off as easy as
possible so I would have more money for
them."
'I am sorry for your family," said Judge
Sears, "but I can't let that Influence me
in this case. Tour offense was too grave.
Tour action reflected on every member of
th. grand Jury and on th. administration of
Justlc. in this county and cannot b. passed
over lightly. A fin. would not meet the
conditions.','
After th. sentence was imposed Anderson
ask.d tor a stay of execution, but Judge
Beara refused to grant U
Anderson', offense was in connection
with th. testimony before the grand Jury
of, Emma Brown. Her evidence implicated
in her downfall a friend of Anderson's.
Anderson met her and .ought to Indue, her
not to testify against his friend. - He also
mad. Improper proposal, to bar and ac
cording to her testimony struck he when
she refused.
meeting of the council committee of the
whole next Monday afternoon, when th.
ordinance will come up for discussion.
H. C. Peate, member of the Lincoln
Typographical union, appeared before the
organization and asked for Its endorse
ment of W. M. Maupln of Lincoln, for
merly of Omaha, for the position of state
labor commissioner. An hour's discus
ston waa provoked, the matter In the end
being deferred for a week.
The sanitary committee was delegated
to Inspect sanitary conditions In the vl
cinlty of Forty-first and Leavenworth
streets, where a sewer empties Into an
open creek and recommend what had be;t
be done.
Bent to
FREE
PiLE-
CUT3E
Demonstrate the Merit.
Pyramid Flic Cure.
of
WW St Kaa Bono Fo Ota XI oaa So
-. for Tim.
W. hav. - testimonials by th. hundreds
.hawing all Mages, kinds and degree, of
pile, which hav. been cured by Pyramid
Pile Mt.
It you could read these unsolicited letters
you would no doubt go to tUe nearest drug
tor. and bus: a vox of Pyramid PI is Cur.
at one, price fifty cents.
We do not ask you to da this. Bend us
your t roe .ad address and w. will send
you a trial package by mail free,
Ws'knj'.v wbl the '.rial package will do.
In many vases It ha. cured pUaa without
funks ivus,iit. If tt proTta Us value
to you e.t'lr more from y-Hir druggist.
This Is ,")r.ia It, noT Simply wrlie us
a letter g;vlng your name end. address and
w. will send you the trial packag. by mail
la ulala t rapper free. Address Pyramid
rtrue Co.. - It IVrimld Bldg , alars
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BARBERS STAND BY ORDINANCE
Object to Repeal of Os Compelling
Those Who Ply Trad to Pas.
Examination.
. Declaring that it la heartily In favor
of th. present barber ordinance which
require, all barbers to pass examination
as to proficiency and health before ply
ing th. trad., th. Omaha Journeymen
Barbara' union denounce, th. action of
th. resurrected Master Barber.' union in
petitioning th. city council to repeal the
ordinance. Th. Journeymen barber, hav.
drawn up and passed resolution, asking
for th. retention of th. present ordinance,
and at th. meeting of . th. Central Labor
union last night that body backed up the
barber, by adopting th. following resolu
tion: Wher.es, It has been railed to the at
tention of this body by the Journeymen
Barbers' union that an effort is being
mad far th. repeal of an ordinance re
ulatlng the practicing of the occupation
of barriering in the city of Omaha; and,
Wharea. bald ordinance haa for Itu
purpose the protection of th. Interests
of the public, a. well a. the legitimate
barber, by fixing the qualifications neces
sary to enter th. practice of said trade
and prescribe sanitary rules for the gov
ernment thereof; therefore, be It
Resolved. By th. Omaha Central Labor
union In regular meeting assembled that
we heartily endorse the present law anl
the enforcement thereof and that w. lend
etery effort in pecurtng the enforcement
of every provision therein.
r.esident Guye of the Central - Labor
union stated on th. floor that the employ
ing barber, objected to th. ordinance on tliu
gnund that they had to pay higher sal
aries to men who come p to th. oiill
nsnca provisions. A committee of thre.
composed of William Brltton. Bert Nur
ray and air. l.intine. n arpointej
by the central body to inumpany a dele
itv fvuiu .lu wdrjctvi' union to Hie
NORTH SIDEWANTS KNOWN
First Meeting- of New Clnh Formnlatea
Plan, for Public Improve
men ts.
The building of a viaduct on Locust
street from Fifteenth to Thirteenth
street, th. construction of a storm sewer
east of Sixteenth and south of Locust
street and th. extending of the Sherman
av.nu. car line on the avenue north o
Commercial street one mile to Out
street were th. recommendation, of the
North Side Improvement and Vlsduc
club, organized last night. The club was
organized In McKenna'a ball, Sixteenth
and Locust streets, and the north end o
th. city waa well represented.
jnree sets or committees were ap
pointed to look Into th. building of th.
viaduct and th. storm sewer, and th.
extension of the car line, and another
meeting will be held In two weeks, whe
th. committee, will b. expected to report
progress.
These officer, were elected: President,
Joseph Redmaa; vice president, W. W
Bingham; secretary, Cornelius Farrell
treasurer, T. H. Daley.
ELECTION FEE SUIT BEGUN
John E. lu Glider and Robert
Prltchard File Petitions In
District Coart.
Suit to test the right of election official
who served November 7, 1906, to a fee
(3 each from the county was started In dl.
trlct court Friday afternoon by John
Van. Ullder and Robert Prltchard. Van
Ollder served on the board. In on. of the
precincts of th. Twelfth ward.
By a mutual understanding between the
county, the city and the school board, th
two latter bodies paid th. election board
$3 each lit l'Jio and th. county paid th. ex
prnso of moving and setting up th. voting
machine, as Its shrs of th. expense. Va
Glider in his petition asserts that th
county should hare paid th. officials
also, and h. recently filed a claim for that
.mount.
The county board rejected It and h. has
appealed the district court. Th. suit
will affect several hundred officials who
served at the same election.
Hee "Want Ads' are business getters and
'-jui.arss ft'ur-lators.
LOSS OF EYE WHILE DRUNK .PIPE ORGAN FACTORY COMING
For the pisanter Foril Smith Sncs
ititlonn Keeper for Five
Thonsnnd Dollars.
For the loss of an eye In a drunken fight
with two companions. Ford Smith has be
gun suit in district court for $3,000 against
dward A. Roehrlg, the. saloon keeper who
sold him and his companions the liquor on
which they became Intoxicated.
Smith says he is a speculator on the
South Omaha market, earning from (100 to
f2o0 a month. The evening of September 21,
he says ho went to Roehrlg's saloon at tftlt
North Sixteenth street, and began lo drink,
becoming somewhat Intoxicated. Bud and
U!nrge Weathcrford, two brothers, were in
tho saloon, and he says they also drank
too much. Tho three engaged In a fight
In which Smith had his left rye Injured
by a kick. A few days later he had tho
eye removed. He says ho cannot ply his
trade any more and will have to go to work
at common labor.
He holds the saloon keeper responsible
for selling lliem liquor enough lo become
Intoxicat.'d. Both of the Weathcrfords have
been Indicted by the grand Jury.
FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS.
Canned In Baltimore and shipped direct
to us. They have tho right flavor. S. II.
Buffett & Sbn. 315 South Fourteenth street.
CLAIMS) KINGS BEAT HIM
Stahl Company la .Looking- for Sits
for Plant la' This
City.
Three sites, the location of which is kept
secret, are in consideration for the factory
of the Stahl Church Organ company, which
Is about to remove to Omaha from Avon,
O. E. K. Bogan, vice president of the com
pany, arrives thl. afternoon to confer with
Hugo A. Stahl, who has been on the
ground for sumo days, over the question of
the sfte.
That the company Is coming is beyond
all question, for announcements to the
trade have been printed and mailed and the
company's new letterheads and other sta
tionery hav. been prepared. The company
will begin manufacturing operation, at
once and will bring here a lares stuff of
skilled organ builders and mechanics.
In addition to the manufacturing 'of pipe
organs, the Stahl company will maintain
a large repair and building department,
,-Mid this is welcome news to Omaha church
crganlsts and choirmasters, fcr it has,
been necessary in the past often to send
to Chicago for assistance, and in the event
of a sudden breakdown on a festal day
Ilk. Christmas or Busier, th. trouble colli 4
not be obviated in time to save the day.
The Btahl company, the latest addition
to the long list of new Omaha manufactur
ing plants, whs fourded In Germany In
164 by Richard Stahl, father of th. three
sons, who, with K. E. Bogan, are active
in the conduct of the company. Manufac
turing in America was begun In Ohio In
ISM. The removal to Omaha la caused by
a desire of better shipping facilities and
because the western country is growing ,
faster than the east. The company will
be the only one. it Is said, between Chi
cago and San Francisco manufacturing
pipe organs. It make them as low In
price as $W) and frcru that sum up tn
$10,000.
INotloc.
Bricklayers' union No. 1 of Nebraska.
All member, are ordered to meet st Thir
teenth and Frederick streets Saturday
afttrnoon at 2 o'clock sharp to attend thrt
funeral of our deceased ex-prcs'dent, Krrest
Karnett. By order of the president. '
F. 8. GARDNER.
By using the various departments of The
Bee want ad pagea It Is essy to reich yis
people who have money to spend.
Former Employe of Wool lien Sues,
Charging; Attack y Two
Brothers.
Charles H. King and Leslie B. King of
the Omaha Wool and Storage company are
defendants In a suit for J60.000 filed tn dis
trict court Friday afternoon by John N.
Bauer, an expert wool sorter employed at
the warehouse. Bauer says in his petition
he had trouble with the Kings November
11. He alleges that Leslie King knocked
him down and .that both of them Jumped on
his face and beat and kicked him severely.
Ilia face was badly cut and bruised, he
asserts, and his right eye permanently In
jured. Bauer say. he wa. employed by
J. A. Dclfelder, vice president of the Wool
association, to sort and sell his wool.
Official Vote on Nebraska Presidential Electors
When The Blood
Goes -Wrong
Man Suffer, in Maqy I'lact-s Like A
' City Whose rknvcrs Spread
Disease.
When the blood of man becomes impure
and filled with poison and decay it throws
off the Impurities and Isavea them to force
and fester themselves through the skin,
Just like a city In whose .ewer, foul gases
arise and escape up through th. cellar.
Into houses, bringing contagion and detth.
What a city needs Is a generous flow of
pure water to carry along and away the
aewage which breeds death and disease.
What the system needs for the blood that
la Impure Is purifier that will stimulate
the flow of tho precious fluid, that will
check th. impurities and remove them by
the flow of the blood from the system
naturally, without Irritstlon, Infection and
pain.
Calcium Sulphide Is the strongest blood
purifier known to science and medicine.
What pure, running water doe. to the Im
purities In a city's sewer Calcium Sulphide
does for the blood of man.
Stuart's Calcium Wafers give the human
body ail th. strength and vigor of Calcium
Bulphlde, In better . form than any other
mode of presenting it to th. system. A
rocent article has stated that most Calcium
SulphtdA preparations contain but SO rr
cent of the strength of this wonderful
cleanser, th. other TO per cent being loat by
evaporation, chemical change or decay.
Stuart's Calcium Wafers contain other
blood purtfior. Ilk. Quassia, Golden Seal
and Eucalyptus, each having a distinct
function to perform; also an alterative and
laxative to throw off through the human
sewerage system (the bowels) the waste
and poisonous matter extricated by the
blood purifiers.
These Utile wafers are a tremendous
power and act with amasing rapidity In
their work of cleansing th. blood and clear
ing the skin. Bvery druggist carries them
In stock; price 60c per box, or .end us
your name and address and' sr. will send
you a trtal package by mall free. Address
r. A. fetuart Co.. Vi etuart Bl Jg , Marshall.
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Banner 175 175 175 17o 175 175 175
HlMlne 2V 1!1 1 JJI t9 iltt 1S
B'-one l',6 1,:78 1 67 1.57 1.575 1,677 1,578
Box Butte 6t 5!tg 5:i8 MM 6!t" 5t" be
Boyd KA !4 !"0 9(8 91S 916
Brown 6X8 5KS M bxi 6SS 6NI 68ft
Buffalo 2.5JS 2.517 T,rl4 2.614 2.514 ' 2.514 2.517
Burt 1.SS0 1.KX7 1.S75 1,878 1.877 1.877 1.875
Butler 1.412 1,411 1,41 1.4"8 1.408 1,408 .m
Cass 2.440 2.4HS 2.438 2.4;i7 2.4:t 2.4:i3
Cedar 1,C7 l.ii20 1.B23 l.ft-M 1,620 1,23 LSI 9
Chase 4" 39 39 3 X 4u
Cherry l'.(M8 1.CM4 l.M5 I 1.015 1,044 1,047 1.047
Cheyenne 8KB . 883 82 881 SSI 881 80
CIhv 1.8!1 1.86 1,887 1.8 V.Ssfi l.ftxl 1.884
Colfax 1.159 1.161 1.157 I.K1& 1.157 1.1M 1.156
Cuming 1.W4 1.284 1.284 1.283 1.2X3 l,28'l 1.1-83
Custer 2.7X8 2.77 2.786 2.7m) 2,778 2.777 2.777
l)u kola 7:H i-'l 722 7 Jit 722 7 J:! J2
Dawes SnH 8H5 834 83i 8.T5 835 834
Dawson V.737 1.724 1,7:'4 1,723 1,722 1.721 1'.7.'2
Deuel 626 623 622 521 5:3 5-3 52:1
Dixon 1,257 1.254 l.k&2 1.2T.6 1.256 1.263 1.264
Dodge 2.437 2,437 2,437 2.43U 2.440 2.43H 2.436
iHinglas 14.066 14.0.8 14,060 14.0HO 14,064 14.0.V5 11,06,'
Dundy 4Vi 485 4i6 4MJ 485 484 4X4
Fillmore 1.756 1.7.4 1.7 1.753 1,753 1.754 1.754
Franklin 1,03 1.079 1,081 1.07S 1,079 1.078 1.077
Frontier l.OfrS l.U4 l.oM 1,098 1.093 1.093 1,093
Furnas 1-4 1.40.' 1.3!7 1.3i" 1.397 1.S97 i',397
TJage 3,721 3.714 3.712 3,713 3,712 1.711 3,"08
Uarfiild 3i 3ii5 :M 3M 3ilft 8fi5 365
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Qreelsy 691 69 6-9 691. 689 ) 690
Hall 2.211 2.233 2.234 2.2.U 2.235 2.234 2.214
Hamilton 1.633 1.6) 1.631 l.i'M 1.631 1.631 1.630
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Haves 3T9 '7 J5 351 357 '6 356
Hllchcock 633 632 h3! 6 633 C31 632
Holt 1.541 1.639 1.51 1.642 1.6J7 1,539 1.536
Hooker 100 i' lort 10) 100 100 )'
Hewsrd 977 973 !; 975 973 974 977
Jefferson 1.941 1.940 1.940 l,93i 1.936 1,'Wt 1.937
Johnson 1.367 1,356 1,354 1.351 l.a,4 1.353 1.3f,3
Kearney 99.1 9X7 987 985 9x5 9x7 916
Keith ' 368 W.S 369 369 369 39 Jo
Keya Paha 422 5x9 39 30 3x 3! 3x9
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Lincoln 1.641 1,514 1.537 1.637 1,538 1.537 1.5.17
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Mcpherson 234 234 134 231 231 234 2-34
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Red Willow 1.242 1.138 1.237 1.1' I. S3 1.238 1.434
Richardson J.123 2.119 2.121 2.118 K.120 2,118 2.IU
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