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T1IE OMAITA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 4, 190fl.
LET-LOVE, NOT. COLOR, RULE
Jap Coninl'i Aniwer to Qneition of
WILL ROT DISCUSS SIGEL CASE
K. Miiikr, Mikado's Rfrmt
tlva la Caleaea, B peats Iay la
Osaka, with Which Ha
la Mack Impressed.
K. Matsubara, consul of tha Japanese
government In Chicago, stopped In Omaha
for a f aw hours on a . raturn trip from
Danger, where ha rlalted friends tor ten
This la tha flrat Uim Mr. Matsubara haa
avar bn In Omaha and ha expressed
hlmaalf aa lropreesed by tha city and Ita
Industries.' , During tha morning he was
driven around thla city and South Omaha'
In an automoblla. Ha waa muoh Impressed
with tha magnltuda . of tha packing bus
iness. .. . .......
Tha consul would talk but llttla regard
ing tha Chinese and tha recant Blgal mur
der case In New York.
"I have no business with the Chinese
and will not disc una tha problem," he
aald when he waa asked for bla opinion
In the Slgel case.
"1 am a repreeentatlra of tha Japanese
government and If I talked for publica
tion on matters of that tiatura today,
tomorrow I would have to resign- I must
only say that I am not In a position to
make any comment on that case."
When arked If ha thought American
girls ought to marry Japanese or Chinese
ha gave a laconic reply.
"Love Is love." were his . words, "and
there Is no need of outside Influence. I,
myself, am against discrimination and I
don't like to discuss any countrymen, not
even my own. If a girl lovea a man, no
matter whether he be Italian or German
or Chinese, she ought to ba allowed to
do her own Judging and not be bothered
Mr. Matsubura waa asked about the re
lations existing between the United States
and his country.
"There Is no danger of war with Japan,"
he said. "The relations with your country
are very cordial."
"Will Japnn ever go to war with Russia,
again?" he was asked.
"Certainly not; . certainly not," he an
swered. "Just ask Russia; ask Russia!"
Mr. Matsubura was asked If he had
read Frank Q. Carpenter's letters, pub
lished In The Omaha Bee and the Chicago
Record-Herald during June, telling of the
cruHty of the Japanese toward tha
Koreans and of the trouble his government
was havInK In pacifying the new colony.
"'Japan Is having no more trouble or
dolncr no worse thing In Korea than the
United States did In the Philippines," he
Mr. Matnubura la a graduate of the Im
perial university of Toklo. He was a mem
ber of the class of 1899. Ha spent twenty
seven years In going to school. He has
bean In Chicago as consul of Japan for
five years, having received his appoint
ment In 1904.
for More Help
Ten Thousand Jobs Waiting Men in
, Nebraska and ai Many More
"Ten thousand Jobs ara awaiting men on
the farms o Nebraska and fully as many
in Kansas," declared W. E. Harper, em
pioyineiii secretary or the Young M-jn s
Chrlsliun association. "There are 5.0U0
places awaiting men practically all the
year round In this state r.,l at this time
of the year the number Is doubled.
"W have placed fifty young men on
farms In tha last month and could locate
many times that number more If the men
were forthcoming. Meantime Kansas is
sending up a loud cry for harvest hands.
The railroads have made no rates and do
not seem likely to. It is probable, how
ever, iliat the roads and state labor agen
cles will have to do something strenuous
before long In order that the crops shall be
moved from the fields.
"The college student talk to the contrary
notwithstanding does make a good harvest
hand. He makes good, that Is, when some
discrimination Is shown In sending able
bodied students. Some athletes can nut
work nearly any professional farm laborer.
"Omaha could easily be made a big dis
tributing point for farm help by the ex
penditure or a little money and some
brains. What would be needed at once Is
a sort of correspondence system with tho
employment secretaries of colleges, and
particularly eastern colleges. Western In
stltutlons are working better In this re
MANY TRICKS RESORTED TO
TO BEAT THE POOR HOTELS
Oa Man Bays Hat ud teats It Up
to HtTt the Clerk Pay
. Tha ways of defrauding hotels ara numer
ona and wily. The latest attempt to beat
an Omaha hotel waa made by a man who
registered at tha Merchants aa H. A. Ruth
of New York. Hla schema waa clever, but
waa frustrated by tha wisdom of Clerk
Ruth bad been at tha hotel two days
whan ona morning ha notified Clerk Stan
ton that ha had bought a atraw hat which
would ba brought to tha hotel In a ahort
while by tha boy. He aald It would come
C O. D. and he told tha olerk to pay the
charges and ha would settle with the hotel.
The messenger boy arrived with tha hat
all right, but ha returned with it, too. The
charges on tha headgear Clerk Stanton
found to ba fl.W. Ha had an Intimation
that Ruth waa not good for that sum and
ao ha refused to pay for (be bat Tha boy
tck It back.
Ruth, instead of coming to tba hotel to
aea whether tho hat had been delivered.
went around to the store and there found
that It had been returned. Ha raved about
tha "llttla business" on the part of the
hotel ryople and aald he would go out and
cash a check and then return to tha store
to pay for tha hat. himself.
. Ha went, but ha never returned to com
pleta bla purchase. Meitner aid ba re
turn to the hotel, whera ha still owes
bUl of $6.
A laael Mlstaaa
la to neglect a cold or cough. Dr. King
Now plsoovery cures them and prevents
consumption. too and 11.00. Sold by Beaton
' Mrs. Amanda Rhyn, let Emmett street,
frame dwelling. t.4U: Mrs. May Lytic, till
Norlh Tweuty-seoond street, frame dwell
Inc. Il.aJO: Mrs. May Lytle. I'll North
Twenty-second street, frame dwelling, fl,ot.
Persistent Advertising la tha road to Big
To Celebrate Fourth of July
We Close at 5 P. ML ( u"ltT' )
During July and August.
Da BRADBURY. DENTIST
Crowaa, ap from $2M
Vartlai mates, ap
Painless atracting SOo
rulings, up from Oo
Voreelala r Ullage,
ap from $1.60
1606 7 ASH AM STMIT, 17 years
same office, 'rnonet S. 1766.
Bridge work, per
tooth, np from S2 50
Verves removed with,
Work guaranteed ten
PLANT BREEDERS COMING
Corn Exposition Receives Gratifying"
News from East.
PRESIDENT HAYES TELLS PLAN
Head of Association, Who la Also As
Blatant Secretary of Agriculture,
Will Lend Army of Ex
perts to Oasis,
Corn exposition officials have announced
that the annual meeting of the American
Breeders' association will bo held this fall
In Omaha In connection with the corn
show. Definite word to this effect has
come from W. M. Hayes, who Is president
of the association and assistant secretary
"The comlag of the association, which Is
a plant breeding and research organization,
Is a matter of the greatest moment to the
exposition," declared O. W. Wattles. "It
meana that we shall have here and on the
regular programs of the exposition, men
who are the highest authorities In the
country on the Improvement of grains and
plants. Mr. Hayes himself will, of course,
be here to preside st the sessions of the
association and he and the other men who
make ud the society will take part In the
educative work of the exposition.
'Word from him and from Secretary
Wilson gives complete assurance that the
department of agriculture will bend every
efforts In Its power to help the corn ex
position this fall and Mr. Hayes has a
number of highly valuable Ideas in this
matter which have not yet been unfolded
because not complete.
The American Breeders' association
meeting will bring here about 200 men who
ara past masters of plant Ufa and develop
ment. Visitors listened to auoli of them as
speak will hear the most authoritative pro
nouncements on this phase of agricultural
science. The educative side of the Corn
exposition could not have received a
greater advancement In any conceivable
way than that which will accrue from the
Breeders' association coming here."
I Glorious I
I On Monday
a Closed All Day 1
I FRY SHOECO., I
18th and Douglas treats. U
M TO AM XV Bvnnii.
1 : .1
Douglas Street Location for Big Sky
scraper Considered Likely by
The Woodmen will be able to find a good
location for their new fifteen or seventeen
story building which the order has author
ised. Every diolce corner In the business
section of Omaha, which Is not already
occupied by a tall building haa been of
Choice of a location will not be made
until Thursday at least. As matters look
now, . Douglas street has the call, since
between Seventeenth and Nineteenth there
are several entirely available sites, pro
vided a price can be agreed upon.
Real estate transfers Friday reached the
total of $460,381. the highest for a single
day in aome time. This was In part be
cause formal record was made of the
transfer at Sixteenth and Harney of the
George syndicate property to the City Na
tional Bank Building company and the pur
chase by the Georges of the Her Annex
for $275,000 and 1125.000 respectively.
The latter property has been In tho hands
of the Georges tor some time and exten
sive repairs have been made. It la now
planned to alter the second story of the
building by changing the apartmenta Into
buslnes rooms, not necessarily offices, but
room for people engaged In small bualness
Another transfer of some slse Is the sale
by J. B. Kuony to the Nebraska Furniture
and Carpet company of tha three-story
brick building at the northwest corner of
Dodge and Fourteenth for 124.000.
"FRIENDS" OF WOMEN FINED
Three More Men la Police Caart for
Hsklas Llvlug Off Inmates at
Three mora fines of $25 and costs eaoh
have been Imposed by Police Judge Craw
ford on men who were charged with being
vagranla who lived off the earnings of
women. They gave tha names of Hairy
Flshman, X10 California street; J. Fox,
Twenty-first and California streets, and
Frank Burns, Sioux City.
In connection with the arrest of Fox and
Flshman by Detectives Ferris and Dunn
the police used a letter purporting to come
from tha father of a young woman alleged
to have been Induced to leave her husband
In New York and come to Omaha with the
men. The woman, who Is said to be an
Inmate of a resort at DOS Dodge street, de
nies the story and says she Just left a
New York man with whom she had been
living. She has not been arrested.
Mabel Myers, tha Sioux City woman sen
fenced to ten days In jail In connection
with the police houndup of red light char
act era, has been released. Judge Crawford
revoked tha sentence and discharged her,
aa aha la aald to be 111 with peritonitis and
needa hospital attention.
of liver and bowela, la refusing to act. Is
quickly remedied with Dr. King's New
Ufa Fills. S&o. Sold by Beaton Drug Co.
Saloon Men to
Start Test of Law
Proceedings will Be Filed by
Weaver & Giller Then and
Hotel Men Wait.
Weaver & Giller, who have been defl
nltely retained by the liquor dealers" to
fight their case on the 8 o'clock closing law
say legal proceedings will be begun Tues
"In collecting a fund to fight the case the
saloon men have gone far enough to Insure
carrying the matter through," said Mr.
weaver, "ana we will begin our work
luesday. All three possible methods of
proceeding may be tried an Injunction
suit In an equity court, or a criminal case
to be directly appealed to the supreme
court or to be argued on a habeas corpus
proceeding. Our firm will have charge
of all these suits If they are begun."
"The hotel men have taken no steps to
fight the 8 o'clock law," said P. H. Phllbln
of the Schllts hotel, , "and It Is very prob
able now that nothing will be done by their
association. Tha law la being obeyed and
wo will wait to sea how the saloon fight
Diamonds, Watches, Rings, Solid Gold Jewelry, Imported
Art Ware, Cut Glass, Clocks, Sterling Silver
and Rogers Ware, Etc., Eta
Bales Sally I0i30 A. 1L, 8:30 . x. and Ti30 P. at.
No Limit! No Reserve I Diamond Ring and Gold Watch
Given Away Last Day of Sale.
Come and bring all your tickets ; many fine diamond pieces
still to be sold. All goods on which deposits are made must be
taken out by 9 p. m., last day pf sale, Saturday, July 10th.'
Courteous treatment to all. Ladies especially invited.
B. B. X. atACBOaUB, Auctioneer.
109 North Sixteenth Street. Opposite Postoffice
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Isn't it satisfying to know that what you eat
is clean t The state of Nebraska has pronounced
the home of ,
strictly sanitary in every particular. Then, too,
we take further precautions. Every loaf is
sealed at the oven in waxed paper wrappers.
. "For Sale'at Your Grocers, 5c. v
U. P. Steam Baking Company
FAMILY WIIIE AIID LIQUOR DEPM'K
offers our customers at aU times the choicest goods at very
lowest prices. We cordially invite you to inspect our splen
FOUR BIG SPECIALS MONDAY
ORDERS TAKEN FOR BOTTLE BEERS.
50c bottles pure unfermented
Grape Juice, special.. 35c
50o bottles California Port
or Sherry, at ..29c
Old Maryland Rye Whiskey,
full quart botUes 75c
$1.25 bottle Apricot Brandy,
unexcelled in quality, $1
Don't Forget, Try llayden's First, It Pays
Phone Doug. 2600. Ind. A1131
Five-Story Building Will Be Erected
by Candy Han at Eighth and
Plans have been drawn by Architect.
John Latenser for a new five-story and
basement warehouse to be located at
Eighth and Douglas streets, adjoining the
Council Bluffs vladuot. Tha building,
which will cost 175,000, Is to be put up by
O. A. Hoagland for D. J. O'Brien, the
candy manufacturer. Mr. O'Brien will uae
the new building- as a warehouse.
Tha building will face east on Eighth
street and north on Douglas. It will rise
Immediately adjacent to the viaduct and
permission will be asked that the building
may give onto this structure. The building
will be of solid warehouse construction.
Mr. Hoagland. who owns the lot adja
cent. Is ready to build another warehouse
there for any tenant
DOGS DIE ON FOURTH OF JULY
Forty at Taem Forfeit Life aa Day
Observed aa Iadepaaaeaea
Kle on your vaunted freedom!
Forty dogs will be executed at tha city
pound on Independence day unless they
are claimed by their owners before that
date.' A. O. Waggoner, tho new city
pound master, says ha haa fed tha doga
four days and. that la as long as they can
be kept at tha pound. To bo redeemed --he
owner must pay $1 per dog, In addition to
paying tha tax and securing a tag.
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The Popular Train
Over the Shortest Line
Omaha to Denver
No. 3 leaves Omaha at 4:10 p. in. and is in Denver at 7:20 the
next morning. It has the habit of arriving in Denver on time.
Its handsome observation car enables you to view in a most
enjoyable way the rich agricultural landscape of eastern Nebraska.
This train carries also chair cars, diners and through stand-
ara and tourist sleepers for California.
Colorado is the Ideal Summer Resort
for both vacationists and health seekers. The cool, dry air, glor
ious sunshine, magnificent mountain scenery make it the best up
building summer region in America.
. A Colorado vacation is not expensive only $17.50 from Om
aha to Denver, Colorado Springs or Pueblo and return good all
-i.T.'iP'J1?'!.0 fve Omaha at 11:50 p. tn. and Is a high class dynamo
electric lighted train of chair cars diners, standard and observation sleepers; connec
tions at Denver with afternoon and evening trains for the cotial and Interior Colorado
J. B. Reynolds, City Passenger Agent,
1502 Tarnam Street, Omaha, Nebraska.
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Beat equipped Deatal effloe In the middle mrb
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the Atlantic Seaboard and to
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lew York City
$4Q60 and 44.60
$4735 and 46.35
$M50, 35.50 and 36.00
$OQ60, 34.50, 35.50, 36.00
f.lonf real, Quo.
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Liberal return limits and favorable stop-over
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with all lines east
T7Us affords a splendid op
portunity to tnjoy sight
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scenery tn the Canadian Rockies viewed enroiue to the
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This "Land of Enchantment" is reached only by tha
Canadian Pacific Railway
Through trains to Seuttlo from EC Paul dally at 10:l a m.
low Eaonraloa fares from all places to Seattle and all Paget
bound cities and return.
Alaska and return from Vancouver $. by Can.' Pacific
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Bend for literature and information.
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Lowest Hate of the Year
$10.50 fo St. Paul or Minneapolis
and Return via
Tickets on sale July, 5, 6 and 7. Good to return until
July 31. Tickets are good on the Great "Western Limited,
the finest and most comfortable train between these points;
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