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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1910)
THE BEE: OMAHA. TTESPAT. 'AmiL 2. 191ft.
A FARXEKS PROSPEROUS
jk,tawtUie County Xen Hare
5eed for Little Borrowed Money.
MORTGAGES OF SHALL FIGUEE
Takalatloa fkw that Lea Tha
Tm Mllllea Dollar Wa Br-
rtf J la 1 IK) Eirm.
krtHfi A fa Small.
That the farmers of Pottawattamie
county have plenty of money and Jo not
have to ro-row on thM laud ta any great
exf.e-t Is shown by the r"rl of farm
V i .r- itT
,r-Mi. :n the of flea of Countylncordr
' " ueputy count, .
. . , 1 : r i.a. Just
f .. t - mortgage
1st completed a tabulation of
both chattel and real.
Th Sk abuiation shows that mortgages en
f jr-n'-And during th period covered by
t i. t-purt amounted to only ll.fC7.2ii, of
Men 31.274.72 u held by local partle.
.-.lie the ba.ano. 3T.iO.i32. wa held by
outside people. During the year, however,
nxjrtgaaes amounting to S"4.724 held by
local partie were at afferent date aa-
gt-.ed to outtde perron who desired to
Invert In uch securiti
The fallowing how 1b number or xarrn
mortgage held by local
Ket' V- .
. . 61
' n -. r m br
33. W i
Tna Lat MartaTaarea.
The mortgagee on tmn lots aggregated
rrrjT.. of which fi3S.ll waa originally held
tv i.cal partlea. Of this amount WIT waa
f .iter as-igned to foreign Investor.
Following Is the list of mortgage on
town lots by months for 11MB:
X3S I M
6LWS . 6 4.0t
3.n l J"
M.3M 1 KW
41.Me 2 2.X32
M S I.W
4?M 3 !.
hi 1 i.K:
21770 7 44
4S.J47 4 1 93
33.QS 1 laOflO
X.S 21 4if.T4
Th tetal cormideraUon aa represented by
the transfers of real estate during 19 waa
During th year I.U chattel loan were,
fllM for record, but of these only a small
number were on farm cbattela. Of tbea
loana 13 were held by outside people and
1.070 by local parties.
The list of chattel mortgages for the year
7 I 2.311
N tmmnbev "
.1 4 ro
Totala 1.970 $401,791 123 $ 1.30
Chattel leasee, representing th value of
4 goods bought on the Installment plan.
where title does not pass until all pay
ments are made, aggregated S90.7K. About
ha'f of theae were held by home people
and about balf by outside peraooa or flrma.
Following la th Hat of chattel leasee for
13 I In
Januarv ... ... M t 4.IU
February 13 31
aiarch la 1443 M
April 1.474 11
May a 4 S
J me 13 1 37
1 yy Jl 3 147 H
' August .... 3 lf7 SO
k. K-ptmbr . . 34 S.4 21
October 64 7S4 33
November ....... 40 10 16
Ieoember 35 5.049 13
..30 I 47.8J7 2L f 42.944
ECZEMA Oil HANDS
Werd Raw AH Over and the Hianor
was Spreading to Body and Limbs
Professional Treatment did No
G -"Daughter had Lczemajoo.
CUTICURA A SUCCESS
IN BOTH THESE CASES
" I bad ecaema on my hands for tea
Tears. At brat it woul.l breax out only
in w inter. Tten it finally rtn. to stay.
1 ha i three g jod dor-tors to oo all they
muld but m.ne of thera did any rood.
1 theei used fie bos cf Cuticura Oint
metit and threw butties of Cuticura
Jiesnlvent and waa completely cured.
Vlr tianda were raw aU over, inside and
out. and the erzejna was spreading ail
over my body and hmba. Before 1 had
used on bottio cf Coucura Heaolvect,
Uigether with the Cuocura Ointment,
mv eore were; Dearly healed over, and
br t::e tim I had used th third bot
Le. I wa entirely we t I had a good
appetite and waa flashier than I oyer
waa. T- any one who has any akin or
tiood d.seaa I would beneedy advia
them to f x4,with Bethinf else, but to
get Cutictva and rt-t vei. sly hands,
tired by the uae of Cuticura, have never
I ven me tne least tit cf trouble up to
''. 1 oarnut reoomBorrid Cuticura
KigKly enoughs it has dor.e me and my
fainijy ao much rood. My daughters
aanda th. summer became perfectly
nw with er-re She oouid get Bottl
ing that would do thern any ctod until
she tned Cuucura. fhe lu-1 two bot
tle cf Cuucwa Iwest lvent and on bog
f Cuticura Ointment and in two weeks
r "7 " ent;rel cure. I. I have usid
ucura At ctber raemner of mv fam
I.y and it aJways proved succeWuL I
rea rauiend Ui scy cno witu seactna.
After once uairr ii vou w.U never us
nvthirg el lira. Si. E. Faisn, Spam
erry, a., OcU li, a0.
KEEPING THE HAIR
To prevent dry, thin and falling hair;
I em o tv dandmlf; a.. ay itcliing and irri
tation, aid feaiDuia the giewth and
lutv it ti hair, frenoec.a shampoo
w.th Cutjcura Soap and oocamnai diua
ir.ga with Cuticura are usually effective
len aJ other snethMd fail. Dponai
a:. 1 full directions aoconapany each
Wt i.a io of Cuticjra.
SB ' tjrora a-as riir V. OntaeK n 1. lmhw
ma4 i-b.irei C iu4 rii i34 1. mim
.ct,w4 Wi. fcx'd p-.ii Lrt tt i Wa Cwry .
) ; O'ubi;- I vr . IV i i
ajc4 t res, .4na3Mv .
J Council Bluffs
Groom in Jail
Suits for Bride
"Bill" Bolph Arrested While on
Honeymoon Charged with Hob
oing Council Bluffi Home.
Indication ere that Blil Bo: ah of this
city. who a married last Friday at Loup
City, Neb., to a young woman named Mne
Sweeney. wU not on-y spend hi honey
moon in Jail but It will me tim be
fore ha will b able to rejoin tua bride.
Ro charged with breaking into ma
jr( - Mjence of u c at ajj Avenue
TnurKlly mfnt U1 eteallr.g three
women's ult and a numow '"
A telegram received yertarday afternoon
by Major George H. RlchmoDd, chief of
police, from U A. William, city marhal
of Loup City, tied that Roiph waa under
arreet. The telegram further vtated that
the good atolen from the Heir residence
had been given by Ro'.ph to tt young
woman ha married tn Loup City Friday,
th day following th burglary. Tba toieo
clothing la valued by Mr. Herr at nearly
Immediately following the report ot th
burglary at the Herr residence the police
ecured a clue which led them to auepect
thai RolDh wa the guilty party. They a-ao
learned that Rolph waa likely to make for
Loup City, where the young wnman ne
was said to be engaged to uvea wiui ner
The clue proved to be
130a oca. jLJetecv 1. d
be detailed to bring Rolph back to council
without reonUltion papers or not.
Rolph la well known to the police and Is
at present out on a parole from the pent
tentiaxy at Fort Madison. He was sent
up for three years about two years ago
for breaking Into and robbing a arug store
at West Broadway and Twenty-third street.
He Is a Council Bluffs youth.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SEEKS
SUNDAY NIGHT TELEGRAPH
Abwse af Service After O elaeki
Camera laeeaveateaee, lay
Council Bluff Is lacking In soma of tha
conveniences generally found In a city of
Its size. For Instance, there Is no tle
graph service out or Into the) city after
p. m. on Sundays. Neither thai Western
Union or the Postal company consider
Council Bluffs of sufficient Importance to
keep their office open after t o'clock on
Sundays. This has on numeroua occasions
proven a great inconvenience, no oniy u
the residents of Council Bluffs, but also
th stranger within the gates temporarily.
Tha lack of this convenience) was brought
to notice laat evening when Samuel M.
Butler of New Tork, chairman of th eon-
test board of th American Automobile as
sociation, who la go4ng ever th rout of
tha GUdden tour, found It necessary to
send several telegram back east. He
vainly sought a telegraph office and. his
business being of considerable Importance,
waa finally forced to drive over to Omaha.
In order to dispatch his telegrams.
Mi. -Butler arrived tn CounoiL Bluffs last
eveolac aad while In tn city 1a the gueat
of Dr. T. B. Laoey, president of the tows.
Btate Automobile aaeociatloo.
Dr. Lacey waa not aware that the tele
graph, offices were not kept open on Sun
day evenings until last night and he stated
that he would bring th matter to the at
tention of the Commercial c)ub at once
with a view of having that body take It up
with th telegraph companies.
GALVANIZED ROOF SAVES
ELKS' HOME FROM TOTAL LOSS
Plrepeeef T Preveats Flame fraa
BreavkJagT Tanaak mm Keep
Th fact that th building had a gal
vanised roof alon saved th Elks' band
ing from being destroyed by fir Saturday
afternoon, la th general opinion of th
Yesterday th members who gathered at
the club bous were oongraru latlcg them
seivee that the damage waa not any
greater than It was. canal de ring th cir
eu instance. A more thorough examination
of th damage done by th fir waa mad
yesterday by the .members of the board
of trustee and they are still of the opinion
that It will tak from $5,000 to J7,&00 to
make the repair
The building will not be eleeed. o while
th repairs are being made the members
can occupy the reading, card and billiard
rooms on the first floor and the lodge
room can be used on meeting nights. A
meeting of the trustee wilt be held to
day, when Trustee Van Brunt will report
on the insurance heid by th lodg on th
building and furniture.
Wsnted Tour.g girl to help with house
work. Call Bell B. 4.
Purryear'a colleg doe rae employ solici
tor lnvitsd to cad at th coliaga
Send your lace curtain to lira Broalus
for cleaning, best refareneea 'f'aon F-lfBt,
For first-class wall paper work, palnt
itg and wall rarer, and re sonant oriosa,
se Jensen, afaaoale lam pie.
Th best and cheapest place In th city
t get your wail m tr and aauitliir la at
W. Kichoiaisea Co, J4 oia Main etreet.
For rent, livery barn, corner East Broad
way and Union street. 3M ner uuoia.
first ciass condition, room for forty bead
of stock. H. W Binder 4k Co.. Council
Th Ministerial association will meet at
th Young Men's Christian association
building at 10 o clock this morning. .Rev.
A. V. Babba. pastor of Kpworth Metbcdist
church, will re lew Mark Twam'a boo on
The several cases aaralnst E. B. Eeara
charged wun cutting ott a water service
pipe which rsa through his property, will
ie aismiseeo Monday, bears and ms neign
bura who obtained water from the pipe in
controversy have reached a settlement out
The city council will meet this evening In
adjourned regular session, at which lime
seme action la looked for on the ordinance
regulating the use of sidewalks for the dis
play and sale of merchandise It 1 not
know whether Mayor Maioney u ready
to announce his appointments of poll tax
collector and city poundmaater.
Th men of th First Concreaatlonel
church will meet at th Grand hotel today
aoui for th regular weekly lunch and con
ference. The choir will meet ler practice
Tnuraday evening. Preparatory services
will be held Wednesday evening a: I o'cleck
at the parsonage. There will' be com
munion and reception of members next
tmixia-. alao aa offering for in Educa
The big plate g'.aea window in th offlee
of the City Wi'it Work company at ia
corner of th aiiey oa Pearl street was
broke yesterday afternoon by a delivery
wagon bio-ilng to the Pacific Kapreae
company. The driver waa on his way ta
the tireat Western depot when the her
attempted to turn dowa tne alley. The
driver tried te turn the animal and th
reeult was that tt slid onto the enlewa.K
and Into the window The animal put one
leg threugn ute giaa and waa cut, hut
col aertubs.y, J oat above Om houC
ALIHOR LOWERED TO GRATE
Samuel L. Clement in Lett Besting-
( tm . . : it
BUEIAL DUBLTG DKE5CHI5Q BJLEff
rrlee ! le Atteae y
Family aa Few Frlewaa Beay
la State la Raoaa Where
Weddlaa; Wu Performed.
EL.V ITLA, K. T-. April S. Coder a tent
on the graasy slope of the Langdon plot
In Woodlawn cemetery. wKh rain beating
fiercely against the canvas cover, a little
group of mourner silently watched yeater-
day aa the body of Samue JL. Clemen waa
)owerd into an evergreen-lined grav be
side the bodies of bl wife and children.
Rev. Saicuel C Eastman, pastor of Park
church and a close friend of the late hum
orist, conducted a brief and simple service
and Mark Twain a final pilgrimage waa at
an end. Tonight he lie sleeping under a
grave piled high with flowers, th tribute
of friend from far and near.
There were present st the grave on. 7
member of the family party who came
from New Tork with the body, a former
governess of the Clemen's family, two of
her friends, the sexton and half a doten
Services had previously been held at the
residence of General Charles J. Langdon.
where forty years ago Mark Twain, re
ceived the general's sister. In keeping
with Mr. Cfemens' wish, the ceremony wa
simple. There was no music, no honorary
pallbearer just the brief address and
prayer by Dr. Eastman.
Body la Weddia; Parlor.
The body lay In state in the very carlor
where the marriage of forty years ago was
held and some of those who attended the
wedding were there today to loon for the
last time upon the face of their friend.
Neither Rer. Thomas K. Beecher. nor Rv.
Joseph Twichell who performed the wed
ding ceremony was present, however. Mr.
Beecher died several years ago and Mr.
Twichell was called to Hartford by the
serious illness of his wife who died this
Among th floral gifts was a beautiful
wreath bearing this inscription:
"From 500 boys of the Louisville Mate
High school. In remembrance of Mr.
Clemens who ha brightened their lives
with Innocent laughter and taught them
squareness and grit and compassion for
the weak charge."
The services at the house were public,
but the attendance waa not large. Beside
the funeral party which accompanied the
body from Redding, the little gathering
Included only a few relative and old
Dr. Eastman said In part:
"We are not here at this time to speak
of the great man whose going hence the
whole world mourns, nor to claim for him
that place in the halls of fame which time
only can give him. We are here to weep
with those that weep, to give thanXi with
those whose own he wa In the sacred
bonds of human kinship and family af
Face Hidden Forever.
After the little group had looked for the
last time upon the features of the dead th
coffin waa closed and waa born to a wait
ing hears. Outside a few curious on-look-
ln the rain a the procesaion
started on Its way to tha cemetery, a mile
or more away. ' -
Residents of Elmlra cherished fond mem
ories of Mark Twain.. With rMrs.; tttnmaa
and the children he bad spent many happy
summers at Quarry Farm, on East Hill,
overlooking the city, the home of Mra
Susan L. Crane. Mra Clemens slater, who
was one or tnoa who mourned today. A
path from the Crane house winds through
the wooded grounds to the summer lodge
which waa Mark Twain's workshop. Here
he wrote "Roughing It," "A Tramp
Abroad" and other works.
Below this lodge, a short way down In
the woods, is another rustic structure with
barked roof, which the author built for his
children. Here may still be seen many of
the undisturbed playthings of the little
It waa during the Quaker City expedition
in 1SS7. which Mark Twain has Immortalised
In "The Innocents Abroad" that the humor
ist met General Langdon. then a young
man. the son of Jarvls Langdon. a dis
tinguished and wealthy Elmlran. Langdon
took kindly to young Clemen and th in
timacy which grew out of th meeting led
to the marriage of th author with Olivia
"I saw her first.' wrote Twain of hi
wife In his autobiography, "In tha form of
an ivory miniature m her brother Charles
stateroom in th steamer Quaker City In
the bay of Smyrna in the summer of 1847,
when she was tn her twenty-second year.
I saw her in the flesh for the first time
In New Tork In th following December.
She waa slender and beautiful and girlish
and she was both girl and woman. She
remained both girl and woman to tha last
of her life."
Over Mra Clemens' grave, alongsid th
freah mad on today stands a stone en
graved with this epitaph:
Warm summer sun
Stilne kindly her
Warm southern wind
Blow softly here.
Green sod above
Lie light, lie light
Good night, dear heart.
Good night, good night-
COURTS-MARTIAL THIS WEEK
Heartag at WaahiaaT Iavalvla
Maria aad Army Me Officer'
WASHINGTON, April 25. Several court
martials and courts of Inquiry which have
been drifting along for weeks are expected
to end thia week- Moat notable among
them 1 the inquiry Into the difficulties be
tween General Elliot and Colonel Lauch
eimer of the marine corps This proceeding
had gone far beyond the scope originally
assigned to it, and it now appears, will
Involve fhe succession to the command of
the marine corps that will result from the
regiment of General Elliot next fall. Soma
of the development during th investiga
tion are believed to have seriously affected
th chance of officers who had been re
garded as In favorable position for eio
tion. MISSING CAPITALIST FOUND
"rwi 1. Faiialagf ml Chirac
Lae ted at Amm Aramr VUlttaa;
ANN ARBOR. April 26 Norman P. dim
ming, millionaire real estat owner of
Chicago a ad California, who mysteriously
disappeared from Chicago last Wednesday
with a large amount of cash and several
thousand dollars worth of Jewelry oa his
person, was located In a local hotel, where
he has been staying since the middle of last
Cummin gs says he cam to Ann Arbor
for the express purpoe of visiting his
mother. He says he left Chicag oa the
spur of the moment, but be baa com muni -rated
with his wife and aha will jo.a him
her and tha two will than leave for Call-furnia.
v ' ,
- ' 'r-
am a- a""" m
Put any head
a head ahead.
"Candy Kid" Joe
Loses Wife and
Chauffeur Who Wedded Dang-nter of
Millionaire Banker Bum pi Into
SEW TORK. April 35. Th mysterious
whereabouts of Mra Margaret Howiand
Leavtt t Smollen. the daughter of G. How
land Leavltt, a multi-millionaire banker, la
the latest chapter in the shattering of
love's young dream. Mrs. Smollen. who
was secretly married to "Cindy Kid' Joe
Smollen. her father's chauffeur, last Janu
ary, is beir.g sought high and low by the
Irate young husband, who declares he will
sue his father-in-law and mother-in-law
for alienating his wife's affect-ona. Mrs.
Smollen is 25 years of age. "Candy Kid"
Joe la 20.
Joe is msklng a strenuous effort to lo
cate his lost love. He said tonight that he
has been chat trig about the country in an
automobile for weeks trying to get some
trace of his mining wifa '
Brllarta Wreck Cleared.
DEA D WOOD. B D., April 26. i Special.)
Paaeenger trains on tin Burlington s Black
Hills line are again aole to get by th
scene of the wreck aearly a week ago
when two heavy engines crashed into the
creek bed through th long bridge near
Kirk, burned through by coals from a
passing engine- The work cf repair wa
slow, a the derrick wa capable of raising
only sevecty-flvo tons at a time and one
of the englnja weighed 125 tons, which
necessitated raising one end at a time and
blocking it up. Passenger trains were
obliged to transfer their passengers around
the wreck, while freight trains went to
Englewood by way of W'hitetail. Ttie
bridge has been rebuilt.
Byera Open Campalgw.
GLEVWOOD, ls, April 25. (Special,)
Despite the unusually disagreeable evening
Attorney General Byera opened the con
gressional campaign for th nomination for
congress from the Ninth district at the
court bouse In Gienwood. last night- Mr.
Byere spoke for one hour and forty min
ute, uevoting bis time to failures ot his.
party to revise h tanfl downward and
the Interna; commerce transportation bill.
Wanted-Toung girl ta help with, house
work. Call Bell B. 949. . , , .
Ivra A'twa 3atn. .
CORNING The resident of T. B. Turner
of thi city and all of it content wa de
frayed by fire Friday night. Loss. 34.000;
MASON CITT James Cook, living on a
farm near Garland, recently disposed of
l4i4 hogs and received fur them, in spot
cash, a round 2:9.900.
BROOKLYN A. A. Poyser, freight brake
man en th Rock Island, wa killed her
Saturday afternoon when he fell under the
car while switching. His body will be
taken to his home in Silvia, la
HARLAN The contract for paving,
amounting to C-4.00. waa awarded today by
the city council to the Land Construction
company of thi city. Th contact ln
cludea a part of several of the business
MASON CITY B. A. Cooper, an old resi
dent of this city, barely escaped cremation
Friday night when his home caught fire
and was totally destroyed. Cooper only
escaped after receiving serious burns in
getting out of the burning building.
MASON CITT Julius Boeckh has set out
T. young cottonwoods and LOS cataipa
treea They are planted for lumber pur
poses and he is of the opinion that they will
grow into money about as rapidly aa any
thing he knows of. He has selected a site
along the Mississippi, a splendid- place for
the growing of those treea
HARLAN Simeon G. Heflln. a promi
nent retired farmer, and a veteran of the
civil war, dropped dead at his home in
this city. Shortly after dinner he went
to the barn and. not returning, his wife
went to find him and found ham dead.
He recently moved to town to enjoy him
self and was a prominent member of the
Grand Army of th Republic
SHELBY The funeral service for John
Higgina a well known resident, living
near here, waa held yesterday at the First
Methodist church and was conducted by
Rev. A. W. Hamed. Mr. Hingina waa a
resident of Sheihy county since 1K75 and
had been a resident of Cui townahlp
siiree thst tlma He was a man of won
derful physique, and his sons are veritable
gianta They are noted throughout thia
county for their great size and good
MARSHALLTOWN George Eldridge,
aged years, the son of Mr. and Mra. E d
ndge. was seriously and it may prove
fataily Injured when he waa run down by
an automobile Saturday morning. The
driver of the car, after hitting the boy
and running over him, sped away. The
companions with whom the injured lad waa
playing in th etreet were not atle to give
the number or make of the par they were
ta badly frightened. The police are in
vestigating. MASON CITT The Iowa biddy is crowd
j ing the Iow a hog for flrt honor as the
I mortgage ifter. For many years past by
general consent, this honor wa given to
th wine. but the dignity of the hen haa
oeen arouaed and she 1 cackling over her
achievement In the little town of Rice
vine, in on day the merchants took In
et tot eggs nearly 4.0 doxrn. and it waa
rot th best egg day they ever bad either.
They sold readily at 30 rent a dos-n which
means an Income to the farmer on that
one day of about 3V.
HARLAN Sradrark Henderson, an old
and reepected citizen of this city, died at
his room In the Park hotel last night
He waa SS yeere old and a prominent
member of the Grand Army of the Re
public of thia dty. He served as a pri
vate In the civil war in Company A.
Eleventh Iowa volunteer infantry. His
wife died a few months ago. which seemed
to have completely upset him and he had
been addlrtrd to the liquor habit since that
time and this with a had attack of ervslpe
las caused his death. No relatives who will
attend his funeral are known and the fun
eral services wil: b conducted by the local
Grand Army of the Republic post tomor
EAR LING Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schlier
of this city celebrated their g'j.den wed
ding anniversary yesterday. Their ordi
nal wedding waa celebrated flity years
ago tn Grant county. Wisconsin. Ftv
priest of th Catholic cnurch assisted
Rev Father Humrr.en of the lal church
in th r:iKioua service of th day, which
be ran In the local church yeixardar morn
ing. Th priest wer tnoa from Manilla.
Carroll. Mapelton and two from Sioux
City and a eon of tn weflOM pair, who is
a priest at ioux City Following the re
Ugioua Brvirea a large wldirg dinner
and reception waa heid during the day at
the hm at air anit U r v ). : r u-
nme of air.
ard Mrs. Scnlser are the narenta of nm.
children. Mr. Schlier is SI year old and
Hi" . , . na .""J av owln
ii .'.'.if vuuuij tor mwrm inao i a Jr. J
N. T. Plumbing Co. TeL SiO; night. I-1TCJ,
1FFAIRS AT SOUTQ OMAHA
West Side Methodist "Dedicate Sew
BISHOP KTJZLSO FILLS IDES
Wrec a Wew Bdlfle Meetly Talis,
tary Hamaae Allieaee raiatala
la Erected at Tweaty-Slat h
ad L Street.
A successful dedicatory set-nca crowned
the effort of th congregation which at
tend the West Side Methodist m.ss'on at
Thirty-second and U streets yesterday aft
erroon. Bishop Nuelsen waa present and
conducted the dedication of the new chur-h.
He delivered a sermon ba.-ed on a text from
the third chapter of Ephesians, which was
written by the apostle for the comfort of
the church at Ephesua He told the small
congregaUon that they bad accomplished
a great work in the erection of the new
ed.fica It ia thought th struct ur will
fford room enough for many years.
The building waa Dot complete, but the
roof was finished and It was comfortable
enough for service. The plastering is still
to be finished. The class which attends
thia church are laborer and much ot the
work of building the church baa been
Dr. Gorst. the district superintendent,
waa present and assisted in the service
After the sermon he presented the matter
of finance About 1197 was raiad in a
few minutea Thia will more than pay all
arrears cf indeblednee and complete the
Much credit for the erection of the church
la due to M. Andreaaon. who, more than
any one else, secured the funds for the
Bishop Nuelsen sttended the dedication
of the Ralston church Sunday morning
and there raised 3260 to apply on the in
debtedness. Dr. Gorst, after the services,
went to Paplillon to conduct one of the
quarterly meetings of the district.
Ckaaare la Pellee Circle.
The democratic Board of Fire and Police
Commissioners of South Omaha road sev
eral changes in the South Omaha police
department by dismissing Captain Powers
and Detective Paul Andrson and appoint
ing in their piace John Dworak. formerly
a watchman at the Omaha Packing com
pany, and John Zaloudek lor their re
Ia addition to the dismissals Henry Els-
ftlder, formerly chief of detective, w
made police captain In place of Captain
James Sheehan Sheehan was In turn
made chief of detectives. Detective Nels
Turnquist waa relegated to tha ranks of
patrolmen and Andrew McGulre. who has
been in the employ of Hoffman Bros., wo
No action was taken on the appointment
of the chief of police, but the fact thst
James Sheehan was made chief ot de
tective is taken as meaning only that
John Briggs will retain his position.
Frank Pavondra was elected to a posi
tion on the fire department, as was also
CharUs Southerland. Frank Vaioupek waa
The board heid its meeting behind closed
doors in the mayor's office Monday morn
ing. No action waa taken on the matter
of licensee, which will be lft to a later
Fataia Ftaally Erected.
The famous South Omaha fountain, which
waa the gift of th National Humane alli
ance, and which met with so many viclaal
tudea ' of fortun bef or a favorable sit
could b secured, haa at last been set up
at Twenty-sixth and L street. Tt turn
at to be a mor sightly hoct ia the Inter
section of the street than anyone supposed.
Offerman Broa have th contract for set
ting up the fountain. - It Is a granite basin
aet on a pedestal of stone and Is about
ten feet in diameter. The fount la located
in the top of a plain crowning piece. It
will furnish city water to all teams using
the streets. Th travel ia considerable over
th L street viaduct.
Iadrpeadrat Clafe Resolve.
Th South Omaha Working Men's Inde
pendent Political club met yesterday after
noon to tak action on affair of the
coming state campaign, and. incidentally,
the club passed resolutions offering sym
pathy with the loading gangs of the sev
eral packing plants, where these are said
to be out on a strike.
Magic City Goeal.
The Fraternal Order of Eagles will meet
Tuesday evening In an important session.
Mr. and Mra. James Davia. 257 South
Twenty-third street,- report the birth of a
PHONE SOUTH, 368 for a case of JET
TER GOLD TOP. ' Prompt delivery to. any
part of city. Henry J. Jetter.
The Liberal Cluster of Antelope will
meet this evening to pass on the new con
stitution and bylaws.
Mr. and Mra G. H. Brewer returned
yesterday from a trip to New Orleans and
other southern points.
Mox Terrill. a colored resident of some
prominence, has been offered a place with
Jack Johnson, the pugilist
James Rush has taken up his residence
in South Omaha in which city he ha
been interested for some time.
The Presbyterian Brotherhood will meet
this evening at the residence of A. L.
Barr. 1117 North Twenty-sixth street.
Mra Adelaide Bucknell has purchased
seven cottages on the corner of Twenty
fourth and K streets from Fred Amburst,
the former owner.
PLAN MEMORIALS FOR
NOTED SIOUX CHIEFS
Leasers a Ckryesae aad Pla Rid
Aareaele Leek Over Greaad Star
RAPID CITY. S. D.. April 35. (Special. )
Two Sioux chiefa. Bear Step and Eagle
Elk, representing Indians on the Cheyenne
and Pine Ridge agencies, came to thi
city Friday and. accompanied by Frank
Lockhart. visited Dark canyon in the
Black HUla. located lx mile abov th
city, on Rapid creek. The chiefs were
accompanied - by two interpreter. Bear
Heart and Thomas Fair Cloud, both aub
chlefa. Th object of the visit wa to explore
the can you and decide upon it as a suit
able plac in which to erect memorial
to noteworthy Slox chiefs, who are now
dead, arooEg the last of whom was Red
Cloud, who pasaed away at Pine Ridge
last winter. The viaiuag chiefs Inspected
th canyon thoroughly and left for the
reservations to max arrangements for
carrying out the purpose of their visit.
It is proposed to erect statuary and to
place carvings on the wails of tha canyon
commemorative of conspicuous deeda in
the lives of the former ch.eftaln. It la
understood that the government has sig
nified a wlllingneea to assist th Indian
in this effort. Whatever form the me
mortala take they will alt be fashioned by
Indian artist, of whom there are several
on both reservations and on other reser
vatlone in the northwest.
The Black Hills is still a territory
covet"! by the Sioux and waa the one
one spot In the west they fought the
hardest to keep for thmelvea
Among the chiefs who will b honored
are Black Hawk. AmerVen Horse. Big
1 Foot Craxy Horse. Litti
i Cloud, Sitting Ball and Gall
Vtlon rumlng to
Upon returning to their reservations
Bear Step and Eagie Elk will call a coun
cil of their people and deficit plans will
b formulated ta carry out th project.
Same Price as Inferior Soaps
THE PRICE of Lenox Soap 1 about th earn
that of op -which r not In its cles, a far a
qvlitw 1 concerned.
THEt DO NOT WEIGH AS MUCH. Th- do
not do a much. They are not a good.
THE QUALITY of Lenox Soap i about the m
s that of oap for which considerably higher
price ia ashed. .
AS A RULE, these higher-priced op do not
weigh more than Lenox. They do not do more.
They are little, if any. better.
LENOX SOAP. then, is cheap AND g!ood good
Lenox Soap-Just fits the hand
hp333 Btter of menH IHllrTr
Sr4amV Ba 1 fashions thia year pro- jl H (LLL j
"'LIE Betters of men!
fashions thia year pro
nounce in favor of hata
like thee. Ex amine them at
your hatters if your tastes
ran this way. The Belle
mont line include, ail the
correct styles, btfOa advanced
fTVfl,aWL.Ti"i' '''.aii', iiva ai'ssa
CHURCHES ON PLAGUE TRAIL
Ministers Give Attention to Campaign
FLATS TALK BY DE. HOTJSZMAU
Polar Oat that Darkaesa, Daaaswe,
Dirt Bad Drlaat Are Isaeortaat
Factor t Be Faaikl Blake
Nweise at Ralstow.
Eunday In Omaha," a throughout the
United Stalea was devoted mure or lea
In all of th Evangelical churches to as
sisting in the campaign against tuber
culosis being conducted by th National as
sociation for th study and prevention of
tuberculosa Pastors gsnerally gave soms
attention to th campaign by urging their
congregation to take an Interest In the
subject and help to educate others along
the lines of care and prevention. Facta and
statistics bearing on the nation-wide strug
gle to wipe out the white plague were
quoted effectively and appeals were mad
for a livelier Interest in th fight every
day In the year.
"Darkness, dampness, dirt and drink are
th four moat obstrusiv condition produc
ing tuberculosis," said Rev. Ralph H.
Houseman to his Sunday morning congre
gation at the Castellar Street Presbyterian
church. Taking as his theme "The Tuber
culosis Crusade." he elaborated his sermon
from words quoted from the fmety-flrst
Psalm, "The petilence that waiketh In
"That the pulpit should be called upon
on this Sunday to assist in arousing the
public upon this scourge is but a recogni
tion." added the minister, "of the fact
that Christianity is a factor that makes
for health. Aa a sponsor of the h.ghest
and th best, the church Is called upon to
assist In stamping out that which Is no
longer regarded as a misfortune, but. be
cause of ignorance, a sin and a shame.
To expose, the causes and woes of an evil,
whether that evil be physical of moral. Is
I to point ths way,to Its overthrow. The
j white plague l.,of aU plagues of modern
j times the greatest. Its tale of death ex-
j ceeds that of any other single form of dis
ease. At least 10 per cent of the deaths
among white peoples ars attributed to this
reed Charts I III astral.
The preacher, by the use of large wall
charts of privet construction, arrayed be
fore hi audience the allies for tubercu
losis, as well aa the cure for it. which
latter he said were th dactor, sunlight.
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
Baby' i earning- win be a tim of rejoicing, axd sot of apprehen
sion and fgax. If Mother's Friend la naed by th expectant mother
in preparation of the evact. This Is not a medicine to bo takea
internally, bet a Lrlment to bo appliad to body, to assist nature
in tie necessary physical chanjjs of th system. Mother's Friend Is composed of
Mb and medicines which, prepare the muscles and tendons for the unoraai strain,
render the Ufunent rappl and elastic, aids In the expanding of th skla and flh
nbree, aad strengthens aU the membranes nd tissue. It leesens the pain aad
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outdoor air. good food and rest. Then by
a pictorial chart he Illustrated' the flv
leading cause by which th diseaa la
"Against such a pestilence,' the speaker
went on. "should not the church, th ex
ponent of healthy bodies as well as healthy
souls array Itself? The physician, th
preacher and the publicist are a mighty
trio joining forces In this warfare. Th
physician with hie demonstrationa. th
preacher with his declarations and th
publicist with his disclosures, are all add
ing their quota to the campaign being
waged. The pulpK must not only teaca
Thou shalt not kill' but It must, with all
Its vigor, lift Its voice against those un
sanitary conditions and those methods of
industry In factory, shop and home, where
men and children are robbed of their Uvea
"Life' valuation must be so heightened .
that we will destroy whatever 1 proven to
be Injurious to It- The conditions under
which multitude of our fellow men lira
and work ar constant breeder of the dis
ease we combat To remove th caus
means to minimise the disease Itself. Thi
pestilence that waiketh In darkness need
but the letting in of the light In home. In
workshop. In tenements, m -sweat shop
and the battle Is half won. Sunshine and
fresh air nowhere are mora powerful t
eradicate a disease than in the eae of
tuberculoma Theae are th almoner of
"Whh more of health w wfll have mora
of heaven on earth. Spiritual health doe
not always wait for physical health, but
brings it When mankind mount mor oa
spiritual wings It will have mor genuin
health of body."
NEGROES DRIVEN FROM TOWN
Nearly Twe Hred Me. '
d Children Chased from
City by Mob.
COLEMAN. Tex.. April . Twelv negro-
badly beaten, one white man eiiou1y
injured and the entire negro population
of Coleman of between 150 and 30ft an en,
women and children driven out of town,
waa the result of race riots which began
here at 1 o'clock this afternoon aad raged
until far into the night
That many persons were not killed or
seriously ucunded is due to the fact that
the negroes offered no resistance except in
Isolated cases and the white contented
themselves with using flub, sticks aad
stones Instead of firearm.
Bas Ball Fatality.
JERSEY- CITT. April !4.-Lous Rose,
aged 10. running to catch a foul tip in
a base bail game today, fell head fore
most Into a shallow pond and stuck ta
tne mud bottom. He waa dead w hen
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