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Some Things You Want to Know
FiYjr Yczzro tho Ctendard
Trouble in Honduras.
T1IK HKK: OMAHA. THURSDAY. APMh 7. 1910.
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Highest award Chicago
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Mare Stool Print it.
Swobode Certified Pnblie Accountant.
LirMlntf natures Bnrreea Qrandon Co.
I860 National Life Ineurance Co. 1910
Charle I. Ally, (Jeni'ial .irnt, Omahn.
Tha Snrtat Way to lara In to follow a
fixed, definite plan of uavlng ao much a
week or month. See Nebraska Savings and
liinn AM'n, Hoard of Trade Illdg.
Sean Baad Addreeeee College Club
l-an O. KppiI of the literary department of
the L'nlvemity of Michigan will addresa tha
iiifniBeia of the Young Men's Christian Ah
(oclfttiuti College club Thursday afternoon.
He Is expected to tell the young men about
tlitf educational Institution he represents.
Torrey Oats a Judgment Dr. Bartlett
M. Toney recovered a Judgment of J631
from tho Omaha General hospital ns the
result of a suit before Judge Kennedy In
district court. Dr. Toney was superin
tendent of the hospital and was dismissed.
He asserted a violation of contract and
claimed due him the sum which the Jury
Xrftraon rnnaral Thursday The funeral
of Paul Larson, who killed himself at his
home, 3322 South Twentieth street, Tues
day afternoon, will be held from the home
a: 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Rev.
Hi inmon of tho Kotintze Memorial church
will officiate. Burial will be nt Forest
l.o wn cemeteiy. Mr. Lai ton killed hlm-n-lf
by sending a bullet Into his brain a
few minutes after ho had told his wife he
had unit his position. He had been em
ployed at the Cudahy packing plant for
la the Siatrloi Court Mrs. Phoebe K
Stewart has brought suit against William
A. Stewart for divorce and lias had a
lOFtralnlng order grim led against her hus
band, fulls jtor divorce are also filed in
disiiict co'irt by Mrs. Eveline Dalton, who
charges Charles Dalton w4th cruelty and
nnnj'ipport, and by Itose Welch, who He
cuba William J. Welch of desertion. An
nouncement that Mrs. William Knapp had
been granted the custody of a child In her
divorce, decree was an error, for there ore
no children in the family.
Violation of Twenty-eight Hour taw
Two eases for violation of the twenty-eight
hour law have been filed lu the United
Ktatcs district court against the North
western. In one case there is but a single
cause of action for shipment of two curs
of cattle from Wayne to Omaha and in the
second case three causes of action are spe
cified, two separate shipments of two cars
of cattle from Naoora to Omaha and the
third of a shipment of three cars from
L'mniFon to Omaha. A penally of V Is
fixed for each cause of action In the event
Teachera Oather at Fremont Superin
tendent Davidson, Principal Kills L'. Giaff
of the High school and several principals
will go to Fremont today for the meet
ing of the East Central Nebraska Teachers'
asHoclatlon. The meeting will continue over
Thursday and Friday, and Friday morn
ing an additional delegation will go from
Omaha. Besides Superintendent Davidson
these Omaha people will have place on the
program: Misses Grace Miner and Krtima
Huberts, in the story tellers' section, and
Attendance Officer Uepson, who will read
a paper on "Children's Literature."
Grant Poet Meeting Grant post, No.
110. Grand Army of the Republic and
Woman's Belief corps, held an open meet
ing in Barlght hall Tuesday evening that
was largely attended. Itev. D. D. Proper,
a veteran of the civil war, delivered an
Interesting address on the "Lights and
Shadows of Prison Life," with special ref
erence to his personal experience as a
prisoner of war in Camp Ford, Tex. As
sistant Adjutant General A. M. Trimble
of Lincoln was also present and delivered
a short talk.
Harry Home Bound Orer Harry Home,
the youth arrested on a charge or having
robbed the Omaha News company office
at $40 in merchandise and money, was ar
raigned In police court Wednesday morn
Identifier Alleged Pickpockets Ralph
Miioib and Harry Martin, arrested tinder
' the charge of having picked the pockets
! of Tony Donahue on a street car Tuesday
afternoon, have been identified by Dona
hue, and are being held for Identification
by August Heln, of Dorcas street. Ac
cording to the police, the prisoners prob
ably accomplished both thefts. Hein, the
second victim, could not be reached Wednesday.
Want to Know
if Babies Count
High School Boys to Take Count for
the Commercial Club Are
T. W. Hazen, 2611 Hamilton, 'fiame,
$1,500; John A. Anderson, 2.7)1-3 Leaven
worth, . double br'cli store and dwelHng.
$7,500; Kva Kirschbaujn,- 3M9 Harney, brick
veneered dwelling. $15,000; t K. Kurtz,
2812 Plnkney, frame, $1,000; C. H. Goulden,
4102 North Kighteenth, frame, $2,100; A. L.
Patrick, 425 North Forty-first, frame, $2,500;
Jacob Wntawa. 2218 South Fifteenth,
frame. $1,700; Mrs. C. H. Norton. 507-9 South
Thirty-fifth, double brick dwelling. $6,000.
Cheap and Good.
Seme toapa r cheap but not good.
Some are good but not cheep.
Lenox Soap i both.
It i cheap AND good.
It la nearly as cheap aa the cheapest, almost a
good -as the best and considerably less expensive.
Tor general use, it la THE soap.
Sold in every State In the Union.
Used for all aorts f purposes by all sort ef people.
LelOX Soap-Just fits the hand
IN "corsets,'the ques
tions of style, com..
fort and durability
have been solved better
by the Kabo Corsets tha '
by any other. It's hard to
say in which of these thing3
Kabos are best; but you are
safe in all of them when you
buy a Kabo Corset.
No matter what your fig
ure is, there's a Kabo model
that will improve your
Guaranteed not to rust
Stout women should wear
a Kabo Form Reducing Cor
set; adjusted quickly after it
is on; comfortable ; snd they
really reduce the figure.
Kabo Maternity Support
ers are the greatest blessing
for mothers-to-be. Ask your
"How old must a baby be to be
With tliis uueatlon propounded In all
SMiloiisncss to her by a high school boy
census taker, Miss Jane MacMUUan of the
Commercial club's publicity bureau aat
with wrink;ed brow.
"How many is a baby, or how many
babivs will it take to count for a grown
up?'' repeated the youthful statistician
"One baby U one, one, a unit In the body
politic," explained Miss MacMinian,
sternly. "Cnderstand, one Is one, every
The boy looked troubled yet.
"Well, then, list them according to lung
power," replied the young woman in des
pair. "If a baby can yell like two men
lu the grandstand with three on bases,
then put hint down for one. Here two
equals one, see?"
The young hopefuls who. are gathering
the figures on Omaha's population for the
Commercial club have an instinct for de
tails. Una bright lad Inquired if he should
count the squirrels in Hanscom park,
while another, who is working in the
vicinity of Carter lake, would like to know
it he can have time off each afternoon to
do a bit of fishing.
Positive Instructions have been Issued to
the youngsters that hookey playing and
marbles will not be allowed to Interfere
with their work.
RAILS ENTER ELMWOOD PARK
Park Board tym it Trlra to Supply
Sufficient Drinking t'upa
.. . , - - I
The Park board and the street railway
company have not . been able to get to
gether Just in the way the Park board
desired on the matter of building a "Y"
Into mm wood park, but the work will
proceed Just the same, th- hoard I
hopeful that cars will run to tho park be
fore the season la far advanced. The dif
ference of opinion arose over just where
the "Y" should be placed, and the street
railway company appears to have tarried
its point by refusing to meet the vie.vs of
Asked if there Is any provision in law
that would compel the street railway com
pany to provide seats at the end of Its
lines for the convenience of waiting pjt
rons, President Bertyinan said he does not
know of any such requirement. At the end
of the line running to Hlvervlew park, for
Inance, there is nothing in the way of
scats provided for those waiting for ctrs.
The street railway takes the position that
such seats could not be maintained for
any length of time against vandalism, and
if they attempted to provide the sau
they would have to be renewed continually.
At the drinking fountains in the parka
the board endeavors to provide sufficient
cups for every ordinary demand, but f'nds
that, even when the cups are attached by
chains, people yank them off and carry
them away or destroy them. "We reivw she
cups time after time," aaid President lli:.
ryman, "but we find there is no wiy to
atop vicious people from snapping them
off and destroying them or taking them
ROOSTER'S VICTIM CONVICTED
Klmer Ml miner. Whom Chanticleer
Led Police to Uet, Fined In
Although the redoubtable rooster which
ltd to the arrest of the suspects was not
present at the trial, sufficient evidence, to
the mind of Judge Crawford, was at hand
Wednesday morning, for the conviction of
Klmer Wimnicr of chicken stealing. The
two other defendants charged with com
plicity In the taking off of the fowls, were
U was developed that forty-two chick
ens from the roosts of two citizens,
had been discovered strangly In
carcerated in the roost at the Wimmer
home, 414 Hickory street. The rooster,
rightful head and guardian of one section
of the chickens, had led the officers to
the new home of his charges.
Mrs. Wimmer admitted that the chickens
were recent additions to her hennery, and,
aa far aa she knew, didn't belong there.
She said Elmer Wimmer, a boarder, had
brought the new chickens In. Wimmer
paid his fine and- was allowed to depart.
President Davlla of Honduras Is reputed hotseback unattended In the auburba of
to be the moat honest executive in Central his capital. The financial pollclre of the
America. That doesn't mean that hie Is a Ponllla administration were admirable,
bed of roses. 11 la term will expire next Pence and plenty prevailed throughout the
year and the election will be held eome, country. Hut Manuel was not free from
time In October, 1911. In all likelihood he the vices of his predecessors. He could
w ill not be a candidate for re-election. It and did at times take thlnga Into hla hands
he can aerve out his term without a revolu- and smash the laws and the constitution
tlon to mar Its peaceful history, he will wlri typical Central American reckless
have every reason to congratulate himself, pen; as, for instance, when he caused the
The main argument that Is directed against arrest and imprisonment of seven con
him by his opponents la that he owes his giesmen. on the charge of conspiracy, In
place at the head of the atate to Zelaya. vailing the halls of congress, and taking
and that he must therefore be a henchman the members In the very place of assem
of Nicaragua'a fallen dictator. bly. By and by, clever as he was, Manuel
There are several political parties In made a mistake. He aent Tlmoteo Mlralda
Honduras. They differ solely as to the.r a9 minister to Nicaragua. Mlralda was
leaders. As to principle or theories of "gov- nn accomplished gentleman, no doubt, but
eminent they do not profess any definite he wasn't enough of a diplomatist to keep
convictions. Any one of them coming Into his chief from getting Into trouble with
power might be relied upon to continue Zelaya In fact, Mlralda advised Uonllla
the government In practically the aame to enter Into a hard-and-fast alliance with
way that Davlla. Is now running It. The Belaya, a project which nonllla felt ob
personality of th leadera therefore becomes f? to frown upon. That displeased
important. The party which supports Zelaya. From that day forth the ruler of
Polycarpo Bonllla doea not at present have Nicaragua set about to compass the de
any considerable degree of popularity. Its etiuctlon of the recalcitrant Hon(?uran ex
most consplcuoua members, axlde from Don ecutive.
Polycarpo himself, are the brothers L'garte, Tlie opportunity which finally presented
particularly Angel Vgarte, at one time mln- itself resulted from the announcement of
Ister to England, and again to the United, the king of Spain's award in th Honduraa-
States. Nicaragua boundary dispute. The king
At the head of another and very Influ- gave the territory In dispute to Honduras,
ential party Is Manuel Uonilla. He Is no and Bonilla thought he was enlltled to
relative of Don Polycarpo. although bear- send troops into that district and take
lug the aame family name. Some of the possesaion. Hla forces, however, were
leaders of this party are in exile. Among promptly attacked by Nlcaraguan soldiery,
them ia Fauato Uavila, a relative of the as invaders of Nlcaraguan aoil. That was
actual president of Honduras. Another con- the beginning of hostilities. Zelaya was
splcuous member of this faction, General aided and abetted in his plans against
C.allardo, has In his time held high positions Honduras by a number of "emlgrados,''
under the government. He was lor some auch as Generals Rosalea and Outierres,
time governor of Tegucigalpa, and then Constantino Flallos and ex-President
governor of the Atlantic coast. Gallardo Plrra. These mon took prominent part in
took a leading part In the war with Nlea- raising and leading the army which was
ragua three years ago. lie waa in com- presently dispatched against llonllla.
mand of one of the armies operating Though Salvador lent moral and material
against Zelaya. He withdrew from Hondu- assistance to Honduras, the campaign re
fas after peace had been established be- suited In the complete defeat of Bonilla.
tween tha two countries and President The Nlcaraguan troops defeated the Snlva
Lavlla had come into office. Gallardo re- doreans at Namaslgue and at San Marcos,
turned to Honduraa about eighteen months One feature of iha military operations was
ago, but hia motives were suspected, and the advance of a Nlcaraguan army under
within two weeks he waa notified by frlende General Estrada along the northern coast
that the climate wasn't nearly so healthy of Honduras. Estrada the aame. by the
for htm aa he thought. The hint was suffi- ay. who Is causing so much disturbance
cient. Gallardo got a skiff and rowed In Nicaragua Just at this moment captured
hastily away to Belize. Truxillo, CeltA, Porto Cortea and San
Polvcamo Bonilla waa once Dreaident of Pedro, andTield the coaat thenceforth until
Honduras. He waa one of three presidents Uavila, aa provisional president, secured
who, In 1698, founded the Kepubllca Mayor,
or Greater Central American Republic. In
this scheme he was associated with Zelaya
of Nicaragua and Gutlerrex of Salvador.
The main feature of the union was a con
gress, which held Its meetings In Managua.
Spain even went so far as to recognize
the existence of the Kepubllca Mayor, and
to accredit a minister to It. But within
the year Regalado started a revolution In
Salvador against Gutierrez, which diverted
Salvador from the union, and it promptly
the withdrawal of the Nicaraugan forces
from Honduran aoil.
Bonilla, after many adventures made his
way to Mexico. Then we went to Bellie,
where he now makea his home. His deposi
tion left the presidential chair vacant. It
was necessary to find somebody to fill It.
To this task the "Junta" of Honduran exiles
with the Nlcaraguan army, addressed Itself
with great cheer, though but email success.
This "Junta" had been formed early In the
campaign, and was composed of Generals
liosales, Castro and Oquell Bustillo. They
dissolved. This was Don Polycarpo's prln- ,gree(1 t0 h0, the cnBlrmanship In rota-
cipal exploit as a statesman.
Polycarpo Bonilla Is a man of genuine
talent. He waa originally a lawyer, and
made his home In Tegucigalpa. His term
'on, each one for fifteen days at a time.
Naturally enough, this scheme produced
discord. The longer they debated the
choice of president the more It became, ap-
Bty'a 707. If a long mrsel with low baet a4 a
aiaiif curTad wain luir. imi.ir a aimreMicio ofruuad
ties to the bip Ud ol Utti.K ttb Uie iiia.
U . lech roMsp; I peiuoi suKri
fetee It fc .'W Price, uo
Kabo Corset Co.
ORCHARD A Vli.HKLM,
414-16-18 Month Sixteenth Street
Great Lace Curtain Sale Monday,
We announce the purchase of li cases of
high clusi lace curtains from an eastern
distributer who found It necessary to eon
ert a certain amount of hla stock Into
rash. These goods were bought at about
K) per cent lesa than their actual value and
will all go on sale Monday morning, April
11 at correspondingly low prices. Thla
should Interest every prospective lace cur
tain purchaser. Goods are all abaolulely
perfect; every pair guaranteed by ua.
Sale Monday morning. S o'clock, April 11.
as president came to an end In 1898. when parent that their Interests clashed and the
Sierra waa peacefully elected to succeed nlore obvlously impossible became any
him. In 1902 Sierra declared in favor of eventual decision.
free electlons-that Is, he proposed to at- Zelaya, watching the process of events
low all parties to present their candidates, ,th ttn anxoul, eye, now attempted to fore-
and to surrender power to the man get- BtaU the "junta's" determination. At his
ting the majority f the votea caat. That suggestion ex-President Sierra proclaimed
sort of pronouncement might not awaken himself president and raised his flag In
much Interest in the United States, but it Amapala. The news of thla rising was re-
was quite novel enough in Central America ceive,i i Tegucigalpa with Quite other
to create considerable discussion. Some effects than Zelaya anticipated. It In-
people urged Sierra to retain his hold on ,tantIy became apparent that unless Sierra
Pw'r- ' ' ' were to return to power, some person who
Two candidates 'declared themselves would be generally acceptable to the
Arias and Manuel Bonllla. The contest country must be put In the vacant presl-
was spirited. The Influence of the gov- dency. The man wanted waa one who
erament was thrown to Arias. In spite of would be honest, able and aboye all, one
all that Sierra coufd do to Influence the Who had taken no part In the recent revo-
Issue, Manuel came In at the head of the lution. Such a man waa General Miguel
poll. Sierra, whose honesty of purpose Davlla. Davlla had been elected vice
doea not seem to be questioned, even now, president on the ticket headed by Manuel
by his political enemies, then, took the bonllla, but had been legislated- out of
course, startling In view of his previous Office by the congressional decree w hereby
liberal declarations, of cancelling the elec- Bonilla was declared dictator for a term
tiona. He declared there had been frauds cf six years. He tock up with energy and
of a nature to vitiate the result entirely, courage.; he difficult and dangerous taek
Th,ls action, under the constitution, threw confided to his hands.
the election Into the congress. At the aame A detachment of his troopa Intercepted
time Sierra arrested eome of the most Sierra and his followers at Nacaome and
enterprising of the campaign managers of inflicted upon them a crushing- defeat,
the Bonllla rterty, and put them In Jail. From that time to the present peace has
Bonllla didn't wait for anything to hap- teen the main object of Davlla's admlnls-
pen to him. He departed with all haste tratlon. He bellevea that the one thing
for Amapala. whither hla adherenta pro- Honduras needs la quiet. The country Is
ceeded to assemble. In the meantime con- rich and lis developement is assured, so
gresa had met and cast Its vote for Arias, long as no recrudescence of revolution Is
Bonllla felt he had been badly treated, anticipated. While he has been able to
and adopted the Central American ex- prevent the actual outbreak of war, Daclli
pedient of revolution. Within three has much to contend with In the constant
weeks he aucceeded In driving Arias menace Implied In the presence of Manuel
out of office. There was some fierce Bonilla In Bellse, within easy striking dls-
flghling, in which Sierra took part in the tance of the Honduran coast. As long aa
connicr. in person. w nen me result ot Bonilla Is there the risk of
the campaign was no longer in question,
Sierra and Arias departed precipitately for
Manuel Bonllla made a pretty good presi
dent. Two weeks after his inauguration
great, and that fact has sufficed to make
Davila'a way any but an easy one.
For these reasons Davlla has been a
sincere bupporter of the plan whereby
Washington hopes to prevent any further
his army was paid off and dismissed. His conflicts between the various Central
regime was marked by the absence of American states. For these reasons, too
military parade, the common characteristic he abstained from meddling In the present
of Central American' satrapies. The presl- Nlcaraguan embrogllo.
dent was even known to ride around on BT TXEDE&IOK J. mrtw
STRANGER FRIGHTENS THIEF
WHO WOULD ROB THOMAS
Appeara on Scene Jmt In Time to
Put the Robbers to
' Confronted by two highwaymen, one of
whom thrust a gun in hia face, W. M.
Thomas of 1S16 Chicago etreet, waa saved
from robbery by the timely assistance of
an unidentified stranger Tuesday night.
Mr Thomas was on his way home, passing
the corner of Eighteenth and Chicago
streets, when the two holdup men, who had
been sitting on a railing, sprang from their
place and hailed him with a gun and a
The Intended victim instead of submitting
to the robbery qul-tly. shouted out u loud
call for help. In nn Instant a fourth man
eame running on the Fcene in answer to
the cry. The newcomer plunged Into the
gioup, porceiving what was going on, and
sircck lustily at th highwaymen. The
latter were panlcstricken at the Interrup
tion of their work and fled fear stricken
from the corner.
Mr. Thomas, In reportlnfg the affair to
the police Wednesday, remarked thut he
was more anxious to get in touch with his
rescuer again and thank him than to see
the two holdup men under arrest.
as in previous vacancies by the county
Judge, the clerk and the county treasurer.
Most of those men who were candidates
for the vacancy left by the death of John
A. Scoit will be candidates for the new
There will be a hole to fill In the office
of the county attorney aa the result of
Frank Goud'a election to be city clerk of
"I have determined nothing in the mat
ter." said County Attorney English, "ex
cept that the position will go to some
3outh Omaha democrat."
Meta Fanaoas Bock Beer
on draught and li bottles on and after
March 30. Absolutely tha Only Genuine
BOCK BEER brewed In Omaha. Order a
case aent to your home, prompt delivery,
t'uoue Dougiaa iU', lnd. A lii.
SUCCESSOR FOR P. J, TRAINOR
cw Member to Be Be "Selected Boon
Also ew Assistant County
A vacancy will occur on tha Board of
County Commission aa the reault of tha
election of Patrick J. Tralnor aa mayor
of South Omaha. Mr. Tralnor la expected
to resign bla position on the county board
In the courae of tha next few daya, for he
will take office as mayor in A short time.
Hia successor on me board will be chosen
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