Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, January 05, 1909, Page 9, Image 9
HE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. .TAXUA1.T 5. n H CAPTAIN FOR WRSHUSKERSjii "'dtr for Foot Ball Tram to Bf Chain Toaoirar AfteraoML L&Tni vnx caucus tcoat tadrf1aa at Hellker rr ar j Call! as Will Me Eele-trS Track Mrrl 1t Caaaera : INar ! ? . , . I LINCOLN. 3n. 4 -fFi4-Tn ! .l.yed and ,nu( W"1'""4.!' ,. ! not ball csptain J me . -c-ui eleven win take plsoe o'clock Tuesday afternoon. The selection of bsder for tne 1e.a.m will positively be made at that "When tbe fourteen "N plsycrs p: , ta I Vt. .nme of -the foot ball t-n e-r.lare. J h. a nfakii.il by On team on Ita one be iaT a -II I flowed to raat on. taJ- "a. KebraBka i. , .i .etron, a. Trt f r,d -if the rote 4 a t,e the t lt -prlnR. and the meet Jn May :iot. None of the leticr player. o.rCT to aHnw the ihletie Ijoard to chotme a , lder. and a mnjorlly f lha .fourteen men hat arreed on cine tra- tnr t-art ? -ef ore the ti for he elertton on To-m3nj J ao that a ach-rtfon. i Vr ' Itllflf TO I he ohe balU't- i i.tne of th fbot baU nlftyr '"tl h,rf' ; re-.umf: LmcoluXnr the opentna or the " uniremltT t6rrorrtw derlare that the man . n . nt rho 'ill captain the jam cievt-n - "i . u. r-Tiit,. :ye ta-o playera who were tlie leaders m tne twt ii ? position and -i'P earh referred seven Totes '- st the election held Iwtore the holidays. thua making a deadlock wt ch could not . b-oken ui.leaa one of these candidates threw his support to some other player. It is saifl that Frum has sfen bow futile ij, t vouid be for Cor.ins atid him to stit ,wk to pet tl. c-laincy .tid has decided to throw hit volea to some nther playar tr tipon a hom a T3ortty "r fturtP'rl mrn I will agree. Frum. however, will not con f sent td rtve his support t ar.y of the f players a ho voted for Colltns. and the (nan who lr finally aclerted will probably fcsve to otie of the players who voted I for Frum. ' j A caucus of several of the letter men will fg, held tnm irrow and a man picked out for . hom a majority of t!ie player will rote. , It Is thought that the men St the cnucus will hare no trouble In agreeing on a plyer lor the captaincy. It la rumored that t Beltaer. left JjaMback on the 19m eleven. iU be the mun selected St the caucus for .Br. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder Cknes prc$erre and beaut ifres the IretK and Purifiei the breath A superior dentifrice for people of reEaement Ettabliilicd la 5566 bf KetlLWAY TIME CARD VlTlOK TATIOK lTH AND MaSO wiaa I'arlBr ' Leave. Arrive. rn m-iL r.A 1 imiia.; a i. im a 4 nm k.ii.n.1... 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Twta City Pasaenrer...b V am b pm fiiuux - Pi i i Fnar-.a pm tell t am si.aua vur tKs.. s a a aai- c Emcraoa luamt .t..tlipa b J aja Auburn . t, ai ;....rkl pa bli 2f Aa . X'aa'y. a ii:i aa. myi ouwitr a staj aiA. A La-ty eaoatpt Baturdsy- the captaincy. " It stated by men on the rem that he will Cn one. anl possibly three ' plea, Ironi among Collins' urp;irtTl By getting oof vote away front Collins he ill Iw el'id, Xnr 1 will Un Urf eight Sole, which will be m msjiwtty. There to innie talk by the Collins faction of putting up Louis Kane., the Cm aha boy, for tbe position. Ht w-nilfl stsnd an ex cellent chsnce of tieUig elected, ion, but lor the fart that he bad staunchly supported Collins in the previous balloting, and now cannot get a singie vote from the Prum crowd, while Beltaer can pull the entire vote of the Frura f actios and at least one erne from the Collins surort-ra. Manager Efcgrr announced yesterday that b nfcd Jufrt mfwi . eoBtr,rt wAh Coch Waim. j Mirme-ot. tor a trac k meet between Nebraska and Mrnnescrta, which j will be beld is Minneapolis cm Nonhrup field Met 15- Tor the lairt four or live years the Cornbuskere bsve outclassed the a - anE Nrbraaka defeated Mlr.neanta In the uuu m-et vj a acore ox h a JIM COHBETT T1LKI OME MORE W illlas Flrat Jeaatn tvr Pen f ChaaiMakl Mae. I EWER. Jan. 4 Appari:Jy Jantra J. Cor)tt i sincere In lar uitiourued d;alrc tt re-nLr the prlae ring- and endeavor to brliAtT back to a a hlte man the wo-id r lioav-xwcictit championship wnn by Jack Johiiaun. the Ga.v-auiu colored fiptiter. Crtven all moult In ni.ioti to train and coiidition himaelf jrropcr'y lor the content, be a&ld today that tit tlt puprt-mely erro- firlnt a f.iilri vln fin it t mnr T t . 1 n i,rj,bj,i ti,i,i .t.ouiiJ ttie jLuatrallan f iriit jiromoiem. f nn iiae iaucu iu viiu tia , urn Jr.tirut back Into the arena to inert the coiored man. take Corbert talk aer-i- oue'y and oflt-r a i hampjunahip puree for I a cbamplonahip fignt. Corbetl would again I n In tt ring. Corbei.1 nc 4? years old. but he av pears to lw in perfect physical condition, feii'-e the nigrht of Aurusi 14. 1W)3. alien Jeflrie knocked him out in ten rounds, t'orbeu has had on a boxing glove but once. "But I've always kept up my eaercise," said Corhett to the Associated Press rep resentative today, "and jhsicaily 1 know 1 am in better condition than Jeflriaa or any of the others, nuuside of these young lellcas ho would not have a chance tin ear-.h any aay with Johnson." "Honestly, though." continued Corbett, "1 tfid not mean to start thta talk of my going up afaitim Johnson. I simply fell badly to see a colored man champion and 1 told a hunch of friends one evening how I felt and that 1 did not know of any man who had a better channe with Johnson than my self, umens it should be Jeffries. 1 don't want to lie put In the position of appar ently iusuiiig a challenge to fight Johnson. 1 don't intend to do anything of the kind. 1 ta.ked too much because I frit so badiy over that Australian fiptit. But if the Aus tralian j-eopit should happan to like the idea and g-ive me s:z months in which to train, why J 11 go inta the g-atxe again and 1 think I could make good and get that championship back." Corbett said his weight had rot changed much In several years and that be could probably enter the ring weighing about ISi pounds. Bee-sac-r De-fenata J laser. BEEMER Neb . Jan. 4. (Bpi cia.1. e Bemer defeated Wiener at midwinter buse ball yesterday on their grounnn by a score of 7 to 8. The ground was alow, but the day was fine. Heavy hitting wa the fea ture, both sides showing up welL Bat teries: Wiener. Kasi and Thompson; Beemer, Butjc and Fehlunan. Matty Mrlatyr lias AsisaallrltJia. NEW TORK. Jan. 4 Matty Mclntvre, outfielder of -the Ietrou baae ball laun, champions of the American leag-ue. is In Bt Vincent's hospital. West Hew Brighton, Biaten Island, suffering from appeudGltla. His condiuon is taid to be serinus. WARM SESSION IN INDIANA Lrgrlaiatarr VUI Eltr1 I site acavtre seaatr mm tesaBt Bwel Cwaatr Optina Lw. INlT'lANAPOLlS, Jan. 4 The session of the Indiana legiBiature w hich opens next Thursday promises to be one or unusual interest, because of the election of a Tnited Btates senator to succed James A. Heni- enway. and the possible attempt to repeal the county local option law. 7 ne nousc w-i'J lie democratic and the senste repub lican, but the democrats have a majority on Joint ballot. John W. Kern, democratic candidate for vice president, is In the race for the ser.atorship. SUICIDE AT ST. JOSEPH Wllltasa J. ItlrkardMia, Hat-S wmre Hrrtkasl, Cats Trwa-t la Praa- mt Wlte. ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Jan. 1 Immediately after hi wife had kissed him and told him to sleep as long as lit liked. William J. Richardson, a hardware merchant of this city, procured a rasor and with a sing-le slash nearly severed Ids head from his body, falling lifeless at his wife's feet. Ill health is said to have prompled the deed. Aa Eastlaaisuttwa. Notice appeared in the Sunday papers of a Whhe Bteamer automobile belonging to Mr. W. g Goodrich of Counctl Bluffs exploding at Fifteenth and Farnam streets while the owner went into the Henshaw hotel for a few minutes. in Just tee te ourselves, as agents for the White Bteamer, and having sold Mr. Good rich the rsr which It is "alleged" ex-" P''. " " t Mr. Goodrich ; states that he had removed the safety I valve from this car entirely and failed to ' cut off his fire when he b;ft the car. which i caused an elbow or a coil in the generator to open up. allowing the steam to escape through .this opfnlug Instead of through the safety valva, as It would have don had this valve not been removed Mr Goodrich states that the fault is entirely i his own and ne fault of the White BteMa w iiatever. The total diunaae done is to on coll of the generator, which It will ' ccist about SIC to replace. We wish to state that this is the only "explosion" which can occur on a White Steamer. No White Steamer has even "blown up." and we want this definite' understood by the public notwithstanding occasional newspaper accounts of steam car ewplodtng. In this connection we wish to s.ats fur ther that we presented bids and specifica tions to the Board of Fire and Police Cum m test oner last wee looking toward the purchase of a Whhe Steamer patrol and ambulance a-aerm combined, and guaran teed to the board to furnish the city of Omaiia the safest and sanest patrol wag-on made. The I'nited B tales government have purchased many of these cars for amba lance and field work after the most se vere tests possible. President Rouaewill 1 as two Whhe Steamers in constant use and has had for tbe last two years. Preai-Aett-alect Taft has Just been supplied with a White Faaner for his southern trip, and an officer of the War department has Just purchased tws other cars for Mr. Taft's use after March 4- Two other WhlU Sieamers are if be umd by the city of Baltimore fre dvpaHnwin in responding to alarms, a While Suuuoer patrol has Just been ordered by the city af Richmond. Va.; the citms of Philadelphia, New Tork. Boston. Chlcaga. Trtnton, X. J, and mat others, are using Whits Susanw ambu lance and patrol was" oris, bra use this to the one automobile which is absolutely ncd sulfas, adurlass and free from viora tiuci. and which possesses the sH impor tant quality of aerfact fieaUhility. M s eanaioer this srplsaaTloa due m s people of Omaluv. a ha will tae tntereated In otnamlnaT the best auURKibits made fat is 1b tbe fire and iUioe ot-partrorat. -- WrUMyKD CARRIAGE CTl.. By W. R. Isrummund NOTES OS OMAHA SOCIETY Kisi Webster a&d Gecrpe rrin Ed terttia Titir Veddin Pirty. ' ATI Li 1105 FOX TEE TTSU02LS Trm1rr mm dale Parttr 4t-4 rf mtar MeMa far Tkaw Vk WaaVa Eaertal taltlac af tr Itr Kratm Ca tvrta 1 a eel . Mi riora "W-ebater -a-ill plve a email dinnej- party Monday rvmitiX at her Lome, a lien the rtteata vlll Include the a omen In her krldaJ par;y. Coj-era -a-lll be placed for Mra. Arthur Jerrems of Chicagn, Mrs. William Beara Puppleton, Mra. Luther Koutiia. Mlaa Ella Mae Brown. Mlar Weliatcr Bjtd Mrs. "Webater. Mr. Georre Frins arUl be bxamt at a small dinner party Monday evenlrit; at the Omaba club, for the mem of the Pr.na-'Webner elG:iif party lncludluc Mr. Eflwa-rd G-orre. Mr. Joe Baldripe. Mr. Stockton Heath. Mr. Luther Kountae and Mr. "W. B. Pc-rpieton. Far Mr. l Mra. Btrel. Mr. Earl Gannett and Xr. Lrcroy Crammer will trlve a theater party Monday evening at Boyd to see Ma I)avi m -Tnder the Green a-ood Tree." complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. E. Diroon Elrd of New Tork City. Pnpper at the Omaha club will follow the performanoe. The pa. ty wjl Include Mr. and Mrs. Bird. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Fairfield. Mr. and Mrs. "W. E. Jdartln JuS. aiifl MTa. rxana januiiao, acira. , tv,... Ul pni. " """" ' ' O'Neill, Mr. Gannett and Zrr. Crunnner. Fmr Mlaa Clabaaga.. Mrs. George West was hostess at a delightful bridg-e luncheon Monday evening at her home, complimentary to Miss Ellon Clabaug-h, one of the brides of the we k. A cr-lor scheme of red was used in" the appointments. The ruefte were seated at small tables, each of which had a tenter piece of red rosea and stevia. Covers were placed for slcteen gruesta. Pamela r Erealai Kssser. In honor of Mr. and Mra. Edward Iimon Bird of New Tork City, who are visiting Mr. and Mra. 6. 6. Curtia. Miss Lynn Curtis entertained informally svt a bullet supper Sunday evening, at her home.. The g-uesta included: Mr. and Mra. Bird, Mr. and Mra. Howard Baldrlge, Mr. and Mra. F. A. Bropan, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamil ton. Mr. and Mra. W. E. Martin. Mr. and Mra. E. M. Fairfield. Mrs. Daniel Wheeler, Mrs. Lillian Jacobs. Miaa Doajie, ' Mr. Joseph Baldrig-e, Dr. Leroy C rummer. Mr. Earl Gannett, Mr. Charles Saunders and Mr. O. C Redlck. torarltr Fa-ty . The members of the alumnae of Pi Beta Phi sorority entertain od Saturday after noon for tne active mcmners a no tot home from college for the holidays at the home of Mra. V. R. Goukl. It was an nounced as a "baby party" and all or the guests came dressed as children and the afternoon was spent with children's gunes, the most popular being a spider web tangle. Those present were Mrs. M. L. Vaug-ha. Miss Gertrude Branch, Mrs. Bryce Craw ford, Mrs. V. R. GoukJ. Mrs. John La veils, Mlas Jessie Nason. Miss Jessie Pan tins. Miss KatheniTie Thomas. Miss Norine Wil son. Mra. W. L. Tetter, Miss Pearl Flta geralfl. Miss Edith Fisher Miss Henrietta Benedict, Mlas Alloa Trcxell. Miss Marg-aret Phllllppl. -Miss Kstberine WIllrd. Mrs. Kuelson. Miss Zura Fitzgerald. Miss Fra-ices Gould. Miss Sarah Martin. Miss Anne Mack Mis Helen Blrrhard' and Miss Fern Btoek dale. The guests from Lincoln were Mlns Gertrude Klnkald and Miss Florence Chap mar., and from Council Bluffs were Mra C. A. Chapman. Mra. J. T. Brook. Mrs. C H. Park. Miss Mlttie Pile, Mrs. H. J. Saun ders, Miss Mignon Maynarfl, Miss Mary ) ts-adsworth. Miss Smith. Miss Dot Laoey, . . pajfenstecker. Miss Edh hu- pert. Miss Wheeler, Miss Agnes Pheney and Miss Walker. M. M. C. Claa. The M. M. C. club was entertained Sat urday evening by Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Max field. At tbe game of high five prises were won by Mrs. W. H. KellosTK Mr. Henton. Mra. Ghew and Miss May Slolspark. Fdnch was also played and the prises won by Mlas Margaret Barry. Mrs. S. A. Maxfield. Miss Ptisler of Eldorado, Penn., was the guest of the club and the next meeting will be In two weeks at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Martin. Cwsae sue Ca 4Saawfa. Mlas Edna Baker, who has been the guest of Miss Miriam Patterson, has returned to her home in Lincoln. Mr. Randal Brown has returned from a western trip. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Armstrong;, who have been spending the holidays in Santa Clara and other po-nta In California, are ex pected borne this week Mr. Sidney Smith has returned from a Short western trip. Mr. James Woodard of Sheridan, Wyo whs has been visiting his parents during tbe holidays, returned west Saturday. Mr. Jo Byrne, who spent the beadars with his parents, Mr. and Mra. T. C Byrne, returned Friday to Denver, Coio. Miss Faith Potter Is spending a fortnight visiting; friends in Bt. Louis, Mo. Mr. Joseph Barker, who la visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Barker, re turns to ' Montreal, Canada, next Friday. Brigadier General E. M. Hayes. United States army, retired, and Mra. Hares of Washington, T, C. arrived In Omaha Mon day for a visit of several weeks with their son. Captain Jack Hayes of the Sixteenth infantry- - Miss Mar Norman of St. Joseph, Mo., who spent the week end as the guest of Miss Frances Naas, returned to her home Monday noon. Miss Henrietta Hees left last week for California where she will visit relatives fur several weeks. Mrs. E. W Nash and Miss Franoes Nash win lesve next Sunday for New Tork where they will sail for an extended stay In Germany. Mr. Edmund Krug. who spent the holi days In Omaha, returned to St. Louis Sun day evening. Mrs. Vance Lane of Salt Lake City, for merly of Omaha, 1s the rueet of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. BryeoB- Captnln and Mrs. Edwsrd R. Chrisman mt the Sixteenth infantry, who have been stationed ax Fort Crook, leave Monday. Captain OirlsmaB having received a spe cial detail. Miss Tessie Grahle of Greeley, Cole, is visiting tor a few weeks with her cousin, Miss Hester Peters. 1111 South Twenty elghth street. RIOT AT RELIEF MEETING attalsat aaasbs-r MaAaa Ckarsps that Fa ads far Fre-vtaaa (atartrssks Were Mtsase-a. X.TNN. Mass.. Jsa. 4 A snaas maeting of Italian ciuaans held la Lastrs hall to night to raise funds for tfea asrtnquake sufferers ended In a riot. The trouble was prscuitated by a annalist speaker whs charged that funds raised for auffeieis by a previous aarthquaks bad been mlsappra priatad la Italy. Zmrux the aacumncnt soma one pulled tbe speaker from tbe platform. Thai was a signal fur a general mixup. Ti.s twe faction, itiiiu loudly cams together la an attempt to meh racYi mhrr from the builfltnp a the police at -efl BENSON CHURCH DEDICATED ew swl)ag rreirterii rt aaally St aswirt far Wsrwkils. The dedication of the First Presbyterian nrch of Benson look plsre Sunday a fir moon with tntrreefmg and iTpress re ceremonies. The pretty new church occupies s siirhy eminence on the north aide of the main thoroue-rifere of Benson near the eastern limits of the city and easily hcrm one of the most conspicuous ed riceS of Bcnson. The building wss erected st a rot of about lr.XlH. most of hich b paid for Work on the edifice began fjrly last fall. The First Pi etrt-yterlan church if Benson wa ors-anused early in Beptenber. 1!. The church now ha a membership of about sixty, with Rev. J. C. Wilson as pastor. The church has also a thriTty Bundcy school. The new church was filled Fundsy after noon with friends Irani Benson. Omuha and ether adjacent points to participate in the dedicatory services The program becan with the sinping of a hymn, lmd 1y the Westminster Presbyterian church choir of Omaha, in which the congregation Joined. The Invocation was pronounced by Rev. E. C Thorpe of Benson Methodist Epis copal church. Then lollrwed the anthem. 'Festival Te Ieum." by the Westminster Presbyterian church choir. The scripture reading was from the twenty-fourth I'salm anil twelfth chapter of Isaiah and wa read by Rev. W. H. Kearns of Beatrice. Rcr. T. B. Greenlee, pastor of Clifton HiU Pres byterian church, led in prayer. The dedication sermon was preached by Rev. M. V. Hifbee of the North Presby terian church of Omaha. His theme w-us "The Lord is in His Holy Tempie. Let All Earth Keep Silence Before Htm." Ir. Hi" bee souglit to show the wrii of God in the erection of temples to Him w hether they be material or sprit ual and how the the will of God is revealed to man. be It to his rrlvate, family, business and chur.-h Uvea. He held Oiat a church or a life built on a fragile foundation could not endure "God's presence." lie said, "is more real to rou here In this church edi fice you have built ry your love, energy and sacrlfloe and where you will meet to do His will, for this Is in truth His holy temple." The ceremonies closed with a few word by Rev. J. C. Wilson, and the prayer of de dication by Rev. N. Mcaiffen, D. D., pastor of Lowe Avenue Presbyterian church of Omaha. The benediction was pronounced by Rev. J. E. Btonc. pastor pf the Con gregational church of Irvington. Many ministers of the different Pro testant denominations' of Omaha and Ben son were present at the ceremonies. Kearns of Beatrice preachtng eatih evening, this week at the new church, Rev. W. H. Kearns of cBatrlce preaching; each evening. FAMOUS INDIAN WOMAN DYING Wiaasr at Grseral faas Hawetoa Is Slawlr atar-i-iac DeatTs at Are af 114. ANADARKA, OkL, Jan. 4 Left alone to die of hungrer and shunned by her tribes men is the sad story of Melius Houston, the once handsome Indian wife of General Bam Houston, first president of Texas. This woman Is, according to the best au thority, 114 years old. She Is a full blooded Kiowa and at one time was a belie of the famous tribe of warriors. Bhe lives In her tepee on the banks of the Washita river, .three miles from the ag-ency. Her nearest neighbor 1 a white family, about a mile distant. . As the w hile settiars know It would ofSead the mem bers of her tribe should Ihey render as sistance, they refrain from, oolng ao. Tbe old woman is blind and ' partially para lysed. Aunt Meliaa is furnished with small ra tions onoe a week, enough te sustain life, but she refuses anyone the privilege of en tering her tepee. Almost arr hour of the day or night one can stand outside and grenerally hear her moans and cries. General Houston lived among the Cher- okee tribe when he was quite young, but later came southwest and oast his lot with the Kiowas and married Melisa. Aunt Me liaa owns a fine tract of land and roary head of horses and cattle. FUNERAL OF FATHER JOHN Baa Traaalerrr-a a Cwtht-aral Taraaasi atrevta l.iaew arita Maararra. CRONPTADT, Jan. 4. The mody of Father John of Crcmstadt. was transferred j today to PL Andrew's cathedral through j streets lined with mourners. At the service and during the period w hen the body lay in state, there were scenes of hysterica! grief among the thousands of the dead priest's followers, many of whom, unable to afford sleighs had walked five miles over hummock Ice from Oranlenliaum waited two days In the cold. and The Iwidy will be interred at Et. Peters burg and deputations will attend the burial from places as remote as Arc.liangel. The general expectation among his followers is that Father John will lie canonised. . LID LIFTED NEAR VICKSBURG Barge ata aa Laalslaaa frlde Dees Thr-lTiaa Basiaeas aa First Dry saaday. VlCKFBlTiG. Mass.. Jan. 4 In spite of tbe wide prohibition law which went into , . effect on January 1. itisburgers can get an they want to drink within lali leet oi the city proper m the Louisiana side of the Tasoa canal, a saloon has been oticned on a barge. Patrons have swarmed across the narrow canal in launches and skiffs, the saloon proprietor furnishing free rides to the thirsry. Sheriff Sevier of Madison Pariah, Louisiana, has a deputy stationed on this barge to preserve the peace. n-eans many bad bruises, which Bucklen s Arnica Salve heals quickly, as It does sores and burns. 3c. Fur sale by Beaton Drug Co. saraaa 7 ratal as tar Raeia. NEW TORK. Jan. 4 Alfred Bhrubb the English runner, who is to participate twelve-mile race m Madlsun Square Garden next Saturday night began putting on the finishing touches to his training here to day. P Yhooplnq-Cought Croup, Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, Bronchitis, Diphtheria. F ar AT SaBTasaTssaw M 9 WaaVa. tin aW I fawabltsss lira) Cianlssa ss a Baa, llis slns. Imn a aot mmm mmm Swrci. Sf lfc. la s am tar tana at a fci i laiasais taas 4ir ! saaaj fci " m saa etrsaaaasai auiSaa. anal mi p Si as ah S'uis pmmii as aai aaaS aauaas. iA a tmatiialiai a. atanaan VUS Maail oaixaraa- VBaaasaaBBaaaSBaM. far I a tarast 0 aa i a bhiuui n ii jrrwtti'i-. jr iimu tlvaauaa aauaaatai -.egirSa. taroai tan i.i. ir.-, f fcaas ar n Salgi , T fV - a n , f f U (HrutvatSTS. , rlpuS is. f Vaf I a Oaa'aa) Oa i .0 f y iaV flUk. Suaaai ' -S. cuke; victims careless Kad VTho lire, in Urgica Cant Blame God, Saji Xixitter. LEU GETTT5G EtTCEX TEATS Rev. It. R. Rnx-Mi Mfceas Malyw fafrrrrt ta Mra tl be by lifal efllieare Ierlve kelTrs ef Un'l ResiTM. I Teaching a sermon on the subject of the Italy earthquake. Rev. Ralph H. Houaemaa of Caetnhar Sireet rresb-terlan church yesterday morning likened those people who bulid their honu-s on the siojies of belching volcanoes or in the region often visiu.-d by j such catastrophes to the mun a ho dis- putcs a grade crossing with an express train or hatidles loose powder whiis sniuk- lr.g. "It is a settled principle in our court of Justice that men contributing by witlul neglige noe to their own undoing oannot re sort to the c!ri law for redress." said Rev. Mr. Houseman. "Nir can such m n reason ably assign the results to 'an act of God. They must assign It to their lack if pre- caution. So long as men will build upon the' siopes of belching volcanoes or in regions where earthquake phenomena are an essen tial part of the earth's development, the re sults are not wholly of Gods providence, but of man's folly. "But with no unkindly thought of chid ing the unfortunate creature wno were on earth's forbidden" ground, let us turn to ourselves. A great spirhual lesson is taught us. Are we building character and eternal bejies upon Immovable foundations? "This is not a runaway world. Amidst the evident and mysterious mixup in earth's fierce forces successively at w Dik mowing down the race there i an over whelming vitality of life. Humanity live on under a great convoy, win we Instruc tions vary. To all alike He offers leading to the 1-adahle and instruction to The tsut en able. After the earthquake and after the fire and afier the pestilence and after the flood of jr-eat waters the t!l! small voice' ! of the Divine speaks to listening ears. Of all this array of divine permissions of nstural power the quiet voice is the most divine." e af the TsksswaMe Thtage. "When such a frightful catastrophe as that which occurred in Italy falls upon a nmiulnliR section. inRtinctfvelv all who be- lleve in merciful Providence fly like Milton s angels, TO Justify the ways To Justify the ways of!IOT Lml11' 1 mw l " "i'""e God to man.' Just as of oldT In our Lord's life on earth, the fall of the Tower of SiJoam crushing out the lives of all that were within its walls caused deep search ings of heart in the holy city, so the dis cussion of this great calamity aJls for editorial columns and sermons innumerable. "But no mere man can Justify to man God's permissions and executions. He oper- j ates Jn a realm beyond man s abllitv to fullv comprehend. To analyse God s m'nd r.fl motive, and loudlv nroclaim that God must tie bound by the reasoning of the con clusions reached is to assume mental acu men and eternal perspective tjtterly for eign to man's present endowment. Man is not to let his head grow diny and his heart hard by asking the "why" of every- thing unusual that occurs. B.mie things hold within them rxplanations reserved for a sphere other than the temporal and the human. That man Is foolish who walks de liberately into a dreary labyrinth of dark ness without a clue te lead him Into the light. But, on the other hand, there art some practical moralizing which suggest themselves by this calamity, and these may be helpfully passed upon. "It Is mistake to add one man's sorrows to that of another. If the Ki.lXK' who per ished last Monduy had died singly and scattered throughout the earth, then death would have no national or historical sig nificance. As many do die every three days. Without belittling the poignant elements In this calamity it is evident to any mind that no one dying suffered measurably greater w lhauBunCi r others were dvins j jmu,. art personal not distrlbuTlve. As In innumerable wrecks and holocausts it is not perceptibly harder for any one to die because others art dying. It is a mistake, then, to exaggerate the agonies of such a calamity by adding one man's agronies to those of another." JEWS FTART AH OTHER FT D Bal B'Rtta aad Hebrew Cleb Mea Wr Give Maaey. Members of the Nebraska l:dge, J O. R B-, and the Omaha Ht brew club yesterday met at the B'nul E'rlth ludge rooms In the Continental block and started a fund for the earthquake sufferers of Italy. Rabbi F. Cohn of Temple Israel and Dr. Philip Bher, 701 B-iuih Sixteenth street, were com missioned as custodians of the fund and i fcrj- donations may be tent to them, or eiUier of them. Here are the donors of yeslerduy and their donations: N or .sk i lodge.. I. O. B. S J2L.0C 1 Omaha Hebrew club, i Ri.bbi F. Cohn .. IUi.iiu .. i Oil .. l.Wl .. i. e ' 1. Ziecler h, A. G. W nKtuin 1 Kuiakofhty ' ! J.1 LTV n""' m . m..uer ! a n lnschrlber E. A. Cohen Joe Levine i B. Aum n idunk i.i ; i.i;i ! l.Vll .mi I .K .is.' i -o ; .B'. I .SO ' M . .Ml i .Ml j 1.W .Hi Navf-fcy E. Fleachman... M. G ikienlierg... A. Ka;iian M Newman. N Bernstein H Kiamar A. Mansky laacoa tx A. Bitiger V. C-ihen M Morris.. K. Fair S B-gal M. J. S:mon .oil .It .2 .K . Jii . .ii Ju P-rate.tsst Ckarcket 4.1 ve. S-vcral of the P ot sunt churches of Omaha took uo collections Sunday for tht distressed jieople and the Catholic churches will make their contribution next Sunday. Aaaaaaeeaarats af (he Theaters. That old auafe about its being a long lane that has no turn Is being nicely worked out at the Burwood theater this weeii te tne entire satisfaction of every lKidy in general and Edwin Clistiee In par ticular. Mr. Clieliee has had to content himself thus far this s-iason by playing "bits" and minor parts until the present production, "The Middleman." lor the simple reason that none of the plays con tained a part especially suited to his talents. But he has finally come into his own, and is this week carrying off all tht honors as the old clay baAer. and tbe half daaen curti-in calls given him after the third and fourth arta are well merited. There will bt a matinee today, aise Thurs day and Saturday. fafcara s btrtfca as 4C. NEW TORK. Jan 4 After weakening gradually durmg tbe last week the sirik of cabmen and chauffeurs, members of tbe Liberty Dawa a aai iciauon. was oeclared off at a mta-unc lima iat last tugnt. Ttis union men assert thai 766 memliers of In association won their demand for increased waaea and a cliiaed anop and that l.sn oi tiers returned to wora under tlie open shot' agreement, -f r, w aves and hours as betor the wi. Ejnpaers mattiuua that tney are in a strotiser position tnaa toetor the walkout, but that tney will take back tut oal men withuut di.crinnua.Uoa. Good K" lsiW travel ill ""wt fiask rf pood Pnre whiaLey I M If "-BtrruirelieTinriatiAie A S. f-a-r whibtrT or tic tness is very beneficial a" I r 4 a ... r.aaa oi ve4l Uld O acaeabeuaer Purs Ry U just ripht for the potkrt or the fir Like the larper borJe it contaim the tame rood" wholesome wt.i.1.. which has len iamoui for its purity Since 1857. If your dealer cant supply yisj rh uc lor name of nn Mm 1 Euctonhernisr I Brvt. Oidiliex Piftsbirj, Pi. CrniV Cf f nVPTRFKf V 31 a Is A I Jill JUL V v.t I LIl L.i V L Baptirt Societies of SerenU Citiei in Session at T. VL C. A. Txsrrots rs iTLnrs stxdat Rev. PI. T. Maiaaelsaaa af Fkila delphla. la eraaam, w-lth ftiy fehols strata K-ias-anas ef tbe Master. Prominent ministers from other c t: filled the rulptts of tli several Baptiat churche of Omaha Bunflay, the ministers being here to atenii the second annuul conferenoe and joJit Puniiy echo J ln":tute of th churches of the tl.ree cine of 1 Omaha. ouih Omaha and Council Bluffs The Institute opened this afternoon. Amotig the out-of-town ministers who spoke from the pulpits yesterday are Rev. Hugh T. Musselman of Ftuludel ! phia, educational secretary of the de I nomination's publication society, and Rev. E. M. Stevenson of Denver, su- permtenoeni oi r.unuay sunoui wors at the i irst cnurcn cm iunuay, su.r. aoussui- man speaking in the mnrnlng. Mr. Musselman took fur his text tbe reply ef John the Bcptist to hi imm'tiiate f.il- lowers when they called his attention to the fact tiiat John's movement was on the j wane while that of Christ, a lio cume after wards, was witxing. J'Ht who c ;meth from heaven is above ail," said John the Baptist An preaciiej or re: pious icacner "tracts penple to himself and not to t.ie Christ It, a failure," said the speaker. John the Baptist was the idea; teacher and he attracted people to UrS Lord and not to himself. Grvale-st rtiarrtaa .1 C'aarra.. "The greatest function of the church is to teach. The Kingdom of Q.id d:s not rest j n orators and evangelism and doctors of flivmity it rests with the Sunday school teacher. As a man ages the teachings of his youth crops out. If those teaoiJngx were of the right sort, were of Christ and H.m crucified that we niight have ever lasting lif.i, xhen it is wel. But if the m -n has not had religious teaching when youi.g it will take more than eloquence to sate him after he has readied man's estate. With the Sunday SLboul, then, rests tiie kingdom of the Master." Mr. Musbeimiin preached at the Calvary church in the evening. Rev. J. 1). Fprihg. ton, superintendent of Sunday school work for Kansas, speaking at that church in the morning. The pulpit of the lmmanuel church was occupied in the morning by Mr. Stephenson and in the evening by Dr. A ilson Mills of Iow a. At Grace church ' Prof. J. A. Baber of Lincoln, eupenntenu- ent of Sunday school work for Nebraska, j was the speaker in the morning. Mi. : pprmgston spoke at Grace church in the ; evening. The general meeting of the Bun day school institute, which began to day, will be held in the Auditor um of the Toung Men s Christian association building every afternoon from S:S0 to 4:li Evening meetings will bt held at the various churches. This evening meet ings will be he.d at South Omaha. Council Bluffs. Benson and in Calvary, lm manuel and Ol.vel churches. Tuesday even ing meetings wlU tie held in the F.rst. Calvary, Grace. lmmanuel and Olivet churches and in Council Eluffs. On Wednes uay evening meetings will be held in ail churches and the institute will close Thurs day with a mass meeting at the Firxt church. This evening these men will speak: Rev. TmpossTbleto be Well It is impossible to be well, simply impossible, if the bow&ls are consbpated. Waste products, poisonous substances, must be removed from the body at least once each day, or there will be trouble. Ask your doctor Zibout Ayer's Pills, gently laxative, all vegetable. He knowt why the-v act directly on the liver. i-?.rZ; WE CURE PiIEN WHEN 'cuiRED. Always l.nu out pnaiuveiy if the fee includes the MElK'IKLsi. If you "Jisy for medicines every time you get them, you never know what the curt ,t your treatment will be I hi not 1 caught in tins great medicine graft. TJe -ui rare yom far less snonay than any other specialist ana aooept the money la any way yea was vw jii nu. Ji!.,-i".' , ....... u . i.... . . , &iutnf a.nu i'.u nrr , itubiiul i TUUbia V eaknee. Stomach and hkin Iiae.aaes, all aiimenia ot lueu, nt maiter now ac quired. . IIXAMIXATIOX AMI CXlXSt LTATIOX. HK1TE IXm tl"MITO r.LA.NK tX)R HOME TUEATMXXT. DR. KcBBEW CO., 215 S. 14 WE CURE EN FOR Dr. &iWfir&ulei. 119 S- 11th, Cor. 14lh tzA Dxlix, 0s- old and fkvw -i',iiiau'flaj J. IX Ppringston at Calvary church; Prof. J. A. Baber at Emmanuel rhurctv: Rev. E. M. Ftevensnn. T. V.. 1 Grace churchj Rev. T H. Hagen at Olivet rburch: Rev. Wlisoa Mill at Pouth Omaha Baptist church; Rev. H. T. Musselman at Memorial Baptist church. Council Bluffs, and Rev. Jucobe at Benson Baptist church. Sot r. MISS M'CHEANE AT HEST PrlBrtfwl f !( raial Bwrtrw su PrHprrt HIU Cesaetrrr erltli f. ttsrp-a Serviera. With the ordinary funnraJ services of tht Eplscojial church, lust respects to Miss fsarah McClieane, who fliea Frlflay, n JHili putiday afternoon at the funeral and burial. The service were held at the Wi nona spartments of Miss McCbeane and the three other pi.blir school principals wbc had been the closest of friends for years and the ceremonies, although private, were so well attended by the many friends that the adjoining apartment at the Winona alsp had to be used. Father John Williams, who has been pas tor of Bt- Barnabas' Episcopal church ever slnoe the McCheans isters first attended it. conducted the services. The pallbearers were John L. McCague, W. H. Koehig. Wil liam H. Anderson. C. F. Harrison. H. A. Doud and William Parkor. Fitting testimonials of the high esteem In which Mis McChcane was held and 'ma terial memorials of her death, the profusion of floral tributes, completely covered the casket Among lliero was a handsome one from Superintendent W. M. Davidson of the public schools, whose appreciation of MiBF McCheane lias increased ever sincie lie came to Omaha. -Other finral lueces., mostly bunch flowers, were from the many teach ers, principals and friends. At the grave in Prospect Hill cemetery a large number of the pupils of Long school, of w hich Miss MoCheane was principal un til recently, and tne parents of the chil dren, increased the ranks of the mourners A blanket of evergreens, large enough to completely cover the grave: was be floral tribute of the Long school teachers, and it was spread over the ground above the cas ket to remain a bright memorial of the life of the departed teacher and principal. COMMERCIAL CLUB ELECTION Hity nireetors Will Br Ckaaea Tbir t era I b of Moath aad Tkey Se lft Cterstlte (aaltire. The tr.nual electun of the Commercial club will be held January 13. members then choosing by ballot the sixty new directors for the club. This large board will in turn elect the executive comm ttee of twenty-five, which el-rts the president, secretary and treasurer. Whether one or more tickets w!U be put in the field is a yet unee -tain, d pen2::.g somewlu t on t' e mak tip f the first tick"t. The present offic-rs of the club are: W. L. Teter, piesiuent: W. E. Ha vers lie It, treasurer; W. R. Wood, secretary; Xuclid Martin, chairman of the executive com mittee. A new president win, at 1 ast, be se ected, for re-electlnn are contrary to ths cuKtom of the club. TIh' committee on new cuarters of the Commercial club held a meeting Monday n"on and decided to report to the execittive committee Tuesday. Chairman Wflhelm of the committee stated that the report will not be positively in favor of either buying the I'nited State Bank building at Twelfth and Farnam or of remaining tn the ireeS'int location. The old hank building can be bought for a reasons bb- sum, but the Bite ail! possibly not meet the favor of all memliers (f the club. The influence of a Bee want trates Ui unsuspected quarters. ad pene- Men sfTlicted with any aiinient should go to the Doc tor loi.geai estahliehed. muni experienced and best sui IV"' 0ur taerrty-five yearn' succesful praclice in rurmg Ali-.N has enabled us to perfect cures ttiat have never hi-n eurpaased. 11 equalled. Tina successful experience la alne atut to our jianenta and yon pay whea oared. Established in Onaha 25 Years This reputation w hue held so manv vears as tht MOST RELIABLE and SI CCLS.-Fl'L l.M.'TOL jot in the "Wtat Idea m to us knoa mg their true coiicliuon will be honestly explained and treated After a perfoit ID oerstanding of eaui case, a fair, honest price atieed upon lieiween doctor and patient, lniiuuing 14 niecicmea until cured. Our patients knew .iuki w i.ai ii will eott for a Jiermanent cure before they trln treat men t St., LE IXX l .ULNAM AM lOl By the Old Etliable Dr. Searles & Eeirlea. Lttaiiiiahea IB cnuaha tot v jiu,. he iha Uiwua. anas oi cases cuieo It Um lhaac us ins hiu.i exiiar. I tinea apacia-iiaia la u, a eat. m a nn ti . ja r menia ot awn V aim. ju.i what i.i cie 11m ana ckre y ou cuh-a.'y. We Cure Yon, Then You Pay U Our Pee.. We Baas as Buu acung or laas n.iniw bL, tir adler you ciieaii. auriutfl uUkcat uui 1 1 ui uut aui tarns ara loo taioraiiiy tum,, nerj t Ub uur repulaiM'ti is at alaaa I ouj titsalh, iur auu - i a is too serious a s..ilw l itmu ih the i -AAatTI.a.ha-' OCitia. Hi.i.r.i " - t, ,j aj,. , . their to st Aatst Lai fKCIa Bt7ai.JrX.Aa. a ajvuus gMtttilty. avuaa ftnasa, ftkxua biaaaaaa, suaaew aad SViaa. ass giisaaaaa, ail apaciat laas aad A-iauaate mt At .a. FR y.K 1 aaimiiation and cwasuitaUaa. a ru Xat -l ( H.1,1 fill fn, t ., . n. , i , , , -. , .