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AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Democratic Plan Will Cost Proposed
West L Car Line.
MENACE TO CITY
to Attend Coanell
Meetlaa; and Give Array Attl
tade ob Street Llae
"Will West I street Use Its proposed car
This possibility is probable with the elee
vi'on of a democratic administration which
has an avowed platform requiring the re
peal of the present contract ordinance In
juring the extension, and requiring the Im
position of an occupation lax. The people
cf the Fifth ward are awake to the effect
of an occupation tax. for that question
was discussed many times last fall at their
Plnce the democrats promised to undo all
$kr&t Suction Cleaners
No Spring Cleaning
The semi-annual week or two of topsy
turrinesa in the home; discomfort, work
and weariness for the wife and misery
for the met folks, is a thing of the past
in the home that has a PEERLESS
S action Cleaner.
The saction draws dirt and dust right
through carpets, from every tuft in
chairs, couches, davenports snd But
tresses, from plate racks snd skirtings,
radiators, registers, behind furniture
and pictures, draperies and curtains.
Does more in a day, thin two people
can do in a week and cleans more ef
ficiently than human bands can clean.
Do it the PEERLESS way this
Jltuitrctrd toet ani addml of urmrat
PEE&UiSS dealer lent on rtaial to
Manufacturers Outlet Company, Afgs.
9 Ounktn Street. New York
The Bennett Company.
Orchard ft WUhelra Carpet Co.
'that was accomplished under the nrnst try
ing circumstances for this section last fall.
Charles Cummlnri visited the offices of
the Omaha A Council Bluffs Street Rail
way and was assured by a. W. Wattlea
that as soon as an ordinance tvas intro
duced, or It was evident an ordinance was
to be Introduced, to repeal the present
contracts for the extention and to Impose
an occupation tax, the work of construc
tion would cease and West L street would
be left to shift for itself. It will require
all the present week and perhapa more to
complete the line to the South Omaha Live
Stock exchange. When the result of the
election are known and it Is certain that
the democrats will break the present con
tract the line may stop there.
The Intense feeling of Jast fall should be
Indication enough to the democrats that
the west side will have no patience with
the proposed program which will rob them
of a car line. 8. L. Winters, democratic
city attorney Is said to have given his
opinion that the contract under which the
extension Is being pushed Is not valid and
can be easily put aside. At all events it
Is a working agreement and Is producing
results, as the work on the extension by
the company shows. The democratic posi
tion Is Inconsistent slso for all the demo
cratic members fought the occupation tax
In the council last fall and winter. How
they slipped through and bobbed up on the
other side of the fence in the present cam
paign Is one of the transparent changes
which belong to slmon pure democracy.
The democrats yesterday Indulged In a
great complaint against the fact that
Mayor Koutsky's assistant waa making a
copy of the poll booka for the city central
committee, on the ground that she is doing
work for the city and has no right to use
this time. It Is forgotten that the city is
required to furnish each campaign manager
with a certified copy of the poll booka and
that this is work for the city and must be
done by the city cither by using Its pre
sent employes or hiring others. As to that,
it is asked, what is the difference whether
the city clerk's assistant makes the copy
or the mayor's assistant, both are doing it.
The city clerk Tuesday night at 6 p. m.
made a demand of the mayor's assistant
for the return of the books to the clerk's
vault while at the same time the poll books
were left at the democratic headquarters
all night and some of them were carried
away from that place to the home of
private individuals so that the democrats
could get their lists as promptly as possi
ble. No poll books have been allowed to
reach the republican headquarters.
Deaaoerata Refase to Meet.
The South Omaha denvcrats refused to
sign a call for a special meeting of the
city council yesterday to award the pur-
IS TRAINOR ON THE SQUARE?
Question Answered Affirmatively by
South Omaha Union Ken.
HIS RECORD AS A WOSKISGJIAB
Ilia Card la Cleaai aad his Voice aed
Parse Hove Always Be a Ea
ployed la the Cease (
Orgaalsed La her.
SOUTH OMAHA. March -f o the Edi
tor of The Be: In a recent Issue of the
Omaha World-Herald appeared under a
b.g s'.ug ht-ad an article which wa In
tended to bring discredit down upon the
heads of men who are beyond reproach. It
sa)s In part:
Now. that article Is a mere assertion and
Is r.ot backed by proois. I. for one, want
to know where Mr. Tralnor was during
tne timnui pecking house strike. The
writer of that letter was not a resident of
the city at the time, and therefore, poaai
b.y. was unable to state. Coming to more
modi-rn history. I want to know wherein
Mr. Trainor befriended labor by voting as
he did as a county commissioner during
the recent street car strike.
Th writer of that pubiio :rt;er takes It
upon himself to vindicate Mr. Tralror, and
uses his official title In doing so. One
thing Is certain, the writer of the letter
may speak for himself, but be does not
speak for the central labor organisation,
or any genuine trades union. The union
known as the Federal Lbor union. No.
7112. is a political organisation, wkoee
rwmbera sither hold political Jobs or seek
political Jobs, and which was organised
role.y for political curDosea. And as such.
it Is looked down upon by the real trades
unions. It is the oraanixat Ion which no
travels under the name of the Working
men's Independent Political club and which
Indorses the republican ticket. Ita mem
bers for the most part are holding down
Jobs given them by the republican ad
ministration and are now being whipped
Into line by Mr. Tralnor.
Facta A boat Qarenaa.
The above should have been signed by a
It you ate it In our aul ifa so
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"Brawny t'nlon Man" whom believe to
be very cose to Mr. Queenan, and who
dors not take It upon himself to disprove
any of the facts given out as respects Mr.
Queensn other than the following:
William H. Queenan, democratic candi
date for mayor, doea not have to defend
his attitude toward organised labor, now
or at any other time. He Is a laboring
man himself, has always employed union
labor and has extended a helping hand to
laDor whenever the opportunity afforded
We wonder tf this " brawny union man'
will Insist upon the above assertion, that
Mr. Queenan "has extended a helping hand
to labor whenever the opportunity af
w e have Investigated the records and
find that Mr. Queenan gave the contract
for building his residence at 1315 North
Twenty-fifth street to an employer of un
fair carpenters by the name of Nystrom
the plumbing to Thompson & Co., then on
the unfair list, the painting to Qua Burden,
an unfair painter, who daubed paint on the
walls to such an extent that it became
necessary to paper the walls that were
originally intended to remain white. The
only union man who drove a r.all or did
an hour's work In the construction of that
structure was an Omaha firm under the
caption of John Rowe & Co. Mr. Queenan,
you will note, did not give even this to
South Omaha union labor, but employed
the only union labor that Waa used on the
building In Omaha. Now what aay you.
"Mr. Brawny Union Man."
"Mr. Brawny Union Man" will further
note that, as organiser of the American
Federation of Labor, Mr. Kotera doea not
act under instructions from the Central
Labor union, but does work under the in
structions of the American federation of
Labor and those instructions are to refute
false statements jpade against acjr and all
union men, and be simply acted under those
instructions. Mr. Kotera has been a resi
dent of South Omaha for the last twenty
five year and waa a resident of South
Omaha during the "famous packing house
strike" and he knowa, as we know, that Mr.
Tralnor was a member of local Pork Butch
ers' union No. SS and marched in the dem
onstration parade through the streets of
South Omaha with that union and local
union No. 72 along with Jake Davis and a
thousand other good union men.
Freak Hart's Statement
The following are extracts from a letter
published In the World-Herald by a man
whom we know to be a good, fair-minded,
honest union man, and, as It appears here,
you will find expresses the opinion of the
biggest majority of South Omaha union
FOtTH OMAHA. March M.-To the
World-Herald: While I think no good can
be accomplished by newspaper controversy
i tnink your article in Saturday evening's
Irrper In an interview with a "brawny"
union man, who is a member of the Cen-
mevUni-e, said In part: "Use Judgment In
all thing, don't molest pr-nerty If It car
be avoided, but stand pat and stand to
gtther. A strike Is a terrible thing an
should be avoided where pnaslble. but
when ones a strike Is declsred, stand b
your colors, for who will better your cor.
ditlons If you don't help yourselves?"
Other Work of TroJaor.
Mr Tralnor was Interviewed In behalf
of the street car strikers by a committee
from the South Omaha Central Ihor
union In regard to cost of holding these
meetings. He was told by this committee
thst the union waa getting short of funds
and asked his advice. Mr. 'Tralnor said.
'Go order your printing done and rent
your balla, and. if then you can't pay the
bills send them to me." Mr. Tralnor again
showed where he stood with regard to
unions and the working classes. We re
gret to say, however, that Mr. Tralnor
as not given sn opportunity to mske
rood his promise, for John H. Van Wie
republican candidate for councilman, fur
nished the printing, and. as sny union
man will admit, waited until the money
was on hand to pay the bill. He also
printed SO 000 carda bearing the Inscriptions.
Walk and Show Tour Colors." "I Love
to Walk, but Oh! You Street Car" and a
number of others for which he didn't
charge a cent. He also printed a circular
called the "Dying Scab" for which he re
ceived no compensation, and numerous
other Jobs of a like nature to help the
Mr. "Brawny Union Man" further states:
T want to know wherein Mr. TraJnor be
friended labor by voting as he did as
county commissioner during the recent
street car atriker"
If Mr. "Brawny Union Man" will look
over the records he will find thst Mr.
Tralnor did Just what be waa forced to
do under the circumstances.
As sheriff Mr. Bralley has the power to
p point deputies and that he did during the
strike, but as commissioner Mr. Tralnor
had to vote to pay them and his only re
course was to cut down the bill if It seemed
too high, and this he did, and Mr. "Brawny
Union Man" If you would sign your name
to the articles you take it upon yourself
to give to the Dally Slander, we might,
possibly, find your sore place on the pay
roll of the sheriff's deputies, who knows?
We. the undersigned, have read the above
through thoroughly and we each and sev
erally have looked up the records or were
directly connected with Instances of record
mentioned and hereby place our hands as
evidence of Its approval.
T. M. CONWAY, President Amerlcsn
Federation of Labor Local Council No. 711.
WILLIAM H. McDERMOTT. 23 North
FRIDAY. APRIL 1st. 10:00 A. M.
If every woman in Omaha could see the assortment and quality of
this, our biggest and best embroidery purchase, all the women in Oma
ha who could get to the sale would be there. In advance w e can assure
you of plenty of company, for, never before was there so much
avorable comment, and never before such a showing.
JOHN STEVENS. Former Secretary- of
Local No. 10. C. I. U.
DAN DONOVAN. Member Electrical
C. H. VAN WIE. Member Omaha Typo
graphical union No. 190.
JOHN LYNN. X20 O street.
GEORGE STEVENS, President Stationery
Fiiemen, Local No. 82.
, AH Active I sles Mea.
The men w hose names are signed above
are all union men and old-timers and are
In a position to know. Wi:ilam McDer
mott was employed by Mr. Tralnor and
was personally acquainted with him and
a member of the aame union. Local No. 32,
and marched In the same demonstration
parade. Dan Donovan was a member of
the Electrical Workers' union and em
ployed by the same company and a neigh
bor and friend of Mr. Tralnor. Thomas
M. Conway, president of Federal union No.
7112, was president of the Central Labor
union during the street car atrlke and also
a member of the committee on arrange
ments at that time, and Mr. Conway'a
standing aa a union mta la undisputed.
George Stevens was vice president of the
Central Labor union during fbe controversy
and waa also a member of the committee
on arrangements at the time and an old
war horse of organised labor and can
always be depended on. John Lynn waa
secretary treasurer and handled all bills
and was a member of the arrangement
committee and has been a labor leader In
South Omaha for the last ten years. John
Stevens is a member of the Cooper's In
ternational union No. 10 and Is one of the
few who accompanied the above named
committee and James Kotera In their
walks between Omaha and South Omaha
during the strike, and in which walks P.
J. TraJnor also accompanied them a num
ber of times, in their efforts to assist the
strikers and they are all active union men
and promoters and no man can dispute
their word and they all say that the above
is a correct record.
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Don't Forget the Big
PIANO SALE, Beginning
Saturday, April 2 Stock of
SMITH & NIXON STOCK
chase of a fire hall site in Albright. The
democrats plainly will not meet until after tral Labor union, but hasn't the nerve to
the approaching election. It is said that VL," nouir . nswjred
the democrats are unfavorable to the lo
cation of a fire hall in the south side and
will turn down the award after election.
The democrats objected to the territory
designated and to the sites offered on the
former advertisement and some of them
wanted to reject the bids and re advertise
So the Highland Improvement club la
likely to lose in Its efforts to secure a fins
hall through the opposition of the demo
crats. The special meeting was also im
portant that the ordinance which amends
the contract ordinance with the Omaha &
Council Bluffs Street railway might be
advanced and pasted to give the company
more time to complete the Went L street
extension. It is evident that the demo
crata cannot vcte for the extension of
time and be consistent with the occupa
tion tax feature of the platform which
looks to the overthrowing of this very
ordinance and contract.
l.lttle Faxes, BlaT Fire.
A glance at the democratic papers of the
isst issue will show that a small fire
brand tied to the tall cf a fox will scatter
a big fire In the democratic wheat field.
Two practical jokers of the city, and re
publicans If you please, have distracted
the democrats from the exceedingly
weighty issue of the democratic platform
and forced them Into the aliuring dis
cussion as to the standing of Pat Crowe.
The point should not be hra to settle,
but the democrats In two dally papers ex
pend the limit af spsce clearing their
ektrta of his contamination. Jack Parks
and a friend Invited Pat Crowe to the
place where the beer was on their own
responsibility, Jun to have one on the
Magic City Casals.
The Cecilian club will give a dance Sat
urday evening. April 1 at l.bor Temple.
STORZ BOTTLED UEER-Prtvate fam
ily trade in South Omaha supplied prompily
by us at same prices as formerly. 'Phone
your order. Prodrick i Maslowsky retatl
dealers). M01 W St phone South 15a.
Iks Freda That.ovr has gone to Tilden,
Neb. to assist It. si. A. Campbell in a
special cae. She :s s professional nurse.
The Women's society of the Baptist
cburch will meet Fr.lay at I Su p. nu at
the home of Mrs. W. 11. Meyeia, li.l Nrth
The South Omaha Commercial club will
meet for luncheon today at the Qreer hotel.
A business seonion will be held afterward
at the club rooms.
STORZ FOTT1KD PEFR-'Phone your
order for Stars Bottled Beer to us v
douver any place In eVuth Omaha promptly
This union man who Is afraid to hae his
name appear says that Federal union No.
Till Is a political organization and nn
would naturally infer that Mr. Knter. ...
a member of that union, which he Is not.
as nr. ivoiera is a louraeyman barber. I
want to say that there are torn? of the
fairest and squarest union men In this
unto i, as their records will prove, aa can
be found anywhere. As to Mr. Tralnor s
record during the packinghouse strike I
can find no one that could say a word
againat him In that regard. Eut that is
one thing that Is used In every local cam
paign In this city: 'I wouldn't vote for him
because he worked during this or that
packinghouse strike." In conclusion I wall
ssy that I believe any union man in South
iur air. i rainor with a
clear conscience, and If sny mora union
men are Interviewed I think they shou'd
have their names used.
FRANK P HART.
K4 North Twelfth Street.
Mr. Hart has been a resident of South
Omaha for years and is a respected citizen
and property owner. Mr. Hart Is secretary
of the State Federation of Labor and was
recording secretary of the Central Lsbor
union during the recent street car strike
snd was a member of the committee on ar
arrangements for the meetings as follows,
and at which meeting Mr. Tralnor spoke In
behalf of the striking street car men.
Traiaor aad street Car Mew.
Those at 23 cents worth up to 55 cents
Those at 39 cents worth up to S1.00
Those at 69 cents worth up to S2.50
These Are Kilpatrick's Statements of Values
Elegant Swisses Beautiful all linen edges Artistic colorings
Novel designs Daintiest patterns 42-inch flouncings Insertions,
Edgings, Bands, and Allovers. Never such a wealth of attractive Em
broideries at such absurdly low prices.
10 O'clock, First of April, at Kilpatrick's
U Ifaos. Kilpatrick ii Company
Action on Message Near Close of Term
Kay be Erased from Becords
WASHINGTON, March 31. Representa
tive Bennet of New Tork took steps yester
day to have erased from the records of the
house one of the eevereat rebukes ever ad
ministered to a prealdent by congressional
action. He Introduced a resolution to ex
punge the report of the special committee,
of which the late Representative Perklna
was chairman, which caused to be lsid on
the table of the house certain sections of
one of President Roosevelt's messages re
lating to the secret service.
The message was Interpreted as contain
ing direct reflections upon the integrity
of the members of the house in thst the
farmer president defended his sctlon In
using secret sgents to ferret out the acts
of Pertain house members.
resolution wss sent to the committee on
By some members the effort to expunge
from the record the action of the house in
tabling the president's utterances on this
subject Is taken as an indication that re
publicans of New Tork state are plannin.'
to rally under the leadership of Colons.
Rooaerelt as soon as he returns.
To be Prosecuted
Europeans Are Charged with Oper
ating Lines to America in Re
straint of Trade.
WASHINGTON, March 31.-Su!t In equity
under the Bherman anti-trust jaw Is to be
instituted by the department of Justice
against the so-called European steamship
pool on the contention that It Is an ar
rangement In restraint of trade. The fact
that the vessels owned by the steamship
-"-nirs forming the pool, or a number
The Bennet c tnfm touch at American ports, is the
basis for proceedings against them under
the Sherman law as thst enactment givea
the government Jurisdiction to punish
violations of law affecting both Interstate
and foreign commerce. All the steam
ship companies Involved th the proposed
proceedings are foreign organisations.
A federal grand Jury Investigation at
New Tork, , It Is said, developed the fact
that the pooling arrangement embraced
the transportation of both passengers and
freight. On the American side of the At
lantic It was said that the arrangement
had Ita ramifications In the shape of .re
bating by rallioad companies. ...
The Investigation Is aatd to have, de
veloped - a case embracing the whoJe
service of the Immigration traffic from -every
country In Europe. The; operat'on,
of the pool. It was charged, seriously inter-'
fered with the work of Amerloan .steamer
lying at American porta Malting. cargoes,
the foreigners under-bidding' litem and
getting the traffic. ,
To Die oa the Bewffold ,
Is painless, compared w ith the weak.' lama
btik kidney trouble causes. Electric Bit
ters Is the remedy,
ton Drug .
50c. For sale "by Be a
TELEPHONE CALL LEADS
MAN INTO ROBBERS' NET
Viet I at Reeponda to Order aad Is Held
I'p and Locked la
CHICAGO, March ST. Responding to a
telephone order, Frederick Peres, a profes
sional insect exterminator, walked Into a
flat today and was grabbed by two masked
robbers who. after relieving him of (1.000
In cash and property, locked him in a
closet. It was severs! hours before he
was discovered by neighbors and released
from the closet.
rame price u ro-menv. JModeru-ta a
Maslowbky. I't Q et. Thone tkiuth lilL
Mr. and Mra. Jed Del.ee are the gueMa
of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. ,Ilv. who are the
t parent or aire. jraur.. Mr. ILn was
' f irmeriy of South Omaha, timekeeper ,i
Armour A Co. He la now ut bwua City
with the Iowa State sank.
The meetings were as follows:
A meeting held at the Labor Temple on
Tuesday evening, October 12. with Thomas
Conway as chairman and the speakers as
follows: p. J. Tralnor, P. C. Caldwell. O.
C. Pratt, International organiser of the
street car men; Ben Commons, also an
organiser, and John Lynn, then secretary
treasurer. Another meeting held on the vacant lot
along side the Packers' bank at Twenty
fourth and O streets on Tuesday evening.
October 25. at which Thomas Conway was
chairman and the speakers as follows: ()
C. Prstt and Ben Commons, organisers:
Patrick Ford, president of the Omaha Cen
tral Labor union; Rev. Fisher of Omaha
and P. C. Caldwell and P. J. Tralnor. who
were prepared to speak, but did not be
cause of the lateness of the hour.
Another meeting held st the Labor
Temple on Tuesday evening, October JS,
at which the speakers were as follows:
Judge A. L. Putton. P. J. Tralnor, Rev.
richer, P. J. Lenlhan. E. I. Morrow, p. c.
Caldwell, Bt-n Commona.
The last meeting waa held at Barton's
hall. Twentieth and Q streets on Sunday
afternoon. October &. with Carey In the
chair and speakers aa follows: Rev. Fisher,
Thomas Conway. John Hofman. Fred Mur
ray. John Lynn. W. B. Daily, P. J. Lenl
han, E. I. Morrow and P. J. Tralnor.
Tbla certainly ahould ahow where Mr.
Tralnor stands with regard to unions aad
the common peojJe. , ,
Mr. Trsiuor. in bis talk at eae of these
River Men Go
To Pierre Meet
Ask your grocer for a Free Package
of the daintiest of all chocolate confections
one package given free with every pound czn
Session Delayed by Bad Weather
Finally Under Way with Good
PIERRE, S. D.. Msrch SI Delayed trains
yesterday brought many mea Interested In
river work to the Missouri River congress.
Among the late arrivals waa Captain Isaac
P. Baker of Bismarck, who operates on the
Missouri In North Dakota. He will talk
tomorrow on present day river traffic.
William A. Campbell of Omaha todiy
compared "Soo" canal rates with Dakota
freight rates and places the costs of car
riage of freight by water at one-twentieth
of the Dakota rail cost.
Governor Vesaey spke of the movement
for Missouri river Improvement ss a part
of the great national movement for Inland
waterways, which would In the near fu
ture develop from a theory to a rtallty.
NEW YORK POLICE STUNNED
"Marar Garaor'a Order a Hard Owe
aa the Graftera. Ierlarea
Ma art rate Hoase.
NEW TORK. March Jl "Mayor Gaynor
has dealt what Is commonly cal el the
police system the severest blow It hss
received In years. said Magistrate House
today. "It has been common knowledge
thst the liquor Interests wtre paying for
police protection and thla was one of the
richest sources of income, received by cer
tain police officials."
The magistrate was commenting on the
mayor's letter of last night, practically
forbidding police to make arrests for liquor
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