Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 11, 1910, Image 5

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Lighting natures Burgesa-OrandeB -1850
national LIU Insurance Co ltlO
Charles K. Ady. General Agent. Omaha.
Btore Tour Tina ura In Moth-proof
vaults. Nominal coat, tfhukerts, l&th and
Yonr Child Heeda Sand Vila A ton of I
clean 1'lay nana, xi.sw. funatrnna, itn
Harney. 'Plmnn Douglas J.
Kant Money la a landlord a profit Put
Into a home It inakea for family happi
ness and Independence. Sea Nebraska Sav
ing and Loan Ass n. 105 Farnam. Omah
Trial of Xharaa Caaa Raaumad Tba
trial of tho of trie United States
auainixt Theodore Kharaa was resumed In
tint Cnited Xtatra district court Tuesday
morning. The trial will occupy tlie r
Daindrr of the weett.
Wyoming Crop Better The Burling
ton'! crop report for the Wyoming district
i hows that wheat and oats are crowing
nicely and that the rain helped the crops
no that irnirh larger yields will be had than
wan fm nii rty expected. Large crops of
nats are expected anil corn Is being planted,
i xlensly ly.
BunaJy School Buperlntendanta The
Sunday .School SupVi intt ndeiit'a union of
m ImjiikIbs county will 'meet this evening on
r :tw second flour of the Young Mens
Christian association at ti o'clock in order
to boost things. I "inner w ill be served at
d.M in tho dining room. Addresses will
bo delivered by Judge W. W. Hlabaugh,
J. II. Pevertdge of Council muffs. Perry
McD. WhceUr of South Omaha and C. E.
Uyars vf Valley.
Nebraska State Board of Optometry
m Tho .Sebmka Mate Hoard of optometry
T will hold an examination under the exist
ing optometry law at the Young Men-
Christian association, commencing at D
o'clock Wednesday morning and continu
ing for tluee days. Forty-eight candidates
have already made .application to take the
examination. The rules governing the ex
amination are very rigid, and It Is neces
Hry for all who desire to practice the pro
ffssiun of Optometry In Nebraska to se
cure, a certificate from' the state board.
Plumbers and
Officials Will
Meet Jointly
New Ordinance Will Be Discussed
from All Angles at Gathering at
City Hall Monday.
A Joint meeting of city officials, master
nuii Journeymen plumbers will be held at
the city hall Monday in the council com
mittee room. , .Tle meeting will consider
the new plumbing ordinance for Omaha,
w hich City Plumbing Inspector Lynch now
has ready for final consideration.
"Now that the ordinance' Is In shape for
net ion, we want al) parties concerned to
Discuss It and offer any suggestions they
may have," said ' Inspector Lynch. "This
Is a very Important ordinance for Omaha,
at tills time, because It alms to cover every
thing that Is likely to arise In our work
for years to come, we'hope. So I am tak
ing this method of bringing together the
men competent to point out any weakness
ar suggest any change'
Inspector ' Lynch,' Deputy Inspector Pol
lnel;. .AI. Wiitzel and II. Krueger will rep
i cue-tit the city in the conference. The
infii-frr plumbers will be represented by J,
J. li.u .ivjlioif, Harney Gruenwald,' George
Morse and John Morrtssy- To talk for the
Journeymen. Hubert . Mujcplm, H. D. Mar
nier and hforge Wallace' will be at the
meeting. j -.,
Short Measures
Get Court Firie
Too Small Peeks Bring Max Kalman
sohn and Louis Gordon Ba
i " fore Magistrate.
Mat Kajmansohn, Twentieth and Nloh:
olas streets, and Louis Gordon, 1441 South
Fourteenth street, were each fined $1 and
cost online charge of selling produce with
abort measures, by Judge Crawford Tues
day morning-.
Officer .Whit. Inspector of weights and
measures. .arrested the two men Tuesday
morning 'and. qonjlecuted two receptacles
which iifi charged were used aa peck, meas
ures, but 'had. capacity, for a much smaller
lUanUtyv The .'defendants offered N each
In 'paymaiit. HUnklng. "that was the total
amotint, They later settled the obligation
In full.'and tho monsurea were destroyed
Pickpocket Gets' Marty Dollars from
A. II. Hoover 'When Street
tar Passenger. . I
at The street car pickpocket Is on the Job.
A. B. Hoover, a guest at the Wlndoor
hotel, Iiuh reported tp tho police that he
waa robbed 'of t'.W. carried In a wallet in
his bin pocket, while riding on a Farnam
car from -I'liluu station.
The victim a.vs ie- was "crowded" while
t-tauding on tho rear platform.
Drank Whiskey
, , In Dcs Moines
Vot More. Than Tvvr-nly Years, Cured
4 ly" Ti , Xeal Three Iay
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State Krnator 'Bruca,
'AtlaritteV lown. ;
. aveiybtkiy hi'.iie Moines knows, I
was nn awful drunkard.
Inst Jmiry , a lawyer
One cold night
friend of mine
found me drunk and unconscious In my
office. In my drunken bewilderment 1
bad "blowcd" out thn gas. and was not
far from dead. Major lllsley of the Vol
int.'ci s of '.America took me to the Neal
Institute.- and I -was there twenty-four
hours before 1 knew where 1 was. The
Neul cured nn; perfectly and since taking
the tr.-,itikeiit I have gained 4S pounds.
My iiln.l ami ij.y t a i-uer condition
g, .tndav than it iins been for 20 years.
. . . i an internal treatment
VVut In rxlerjiiin Injections that cure
'worst 'vasj. of drink' habit at th
1 ne .-seal t- an Iron
J res
Institute or in the home In throe days.
, ' Ko, Cara, Ko Pay.
It i tna-nioitii duty which every per
son addicted to the drink habit owes to
his, family, relatives, friends, society and
the public, alsj everyone who la Inter
ested Id or knowa ef one who la addicted
to the drink Iiublt to call upon, write or
phone the Neal fine today for free t-oplea
if ' tlielrfcUHi-Anleli "Bond and 't'oritract.
bnolilct, testimonials, cndorxenienu and
iMi0i reference ,w hleh Mill Yia cheerfully
.V.iUjrthYB", Atlr
4 " The Steal Cnre.
f iii.titu-v ' ao. mm trct,
iOuiauaV'tifS-f :o l'e .Mjlncs. Uaven-
firt and Sioux luy, tow a,
Committee Has Completed Arrange
ment for Parade and Meetings.
llltnal Services at Several lemeterle
Over the Actual tSravee of the
Dead Soldier Many o
rltlra Join In.
Ex-Senator W. V. Allen of Madison will
be the orator of the day Memorial day In
Omaha. The general committee met In the
city hall Monday evening and arranged the
finol dethails fur the observance.
It has been decided to carry out the ritual
services at the several ccmeteriea thl year
over actual graves Instead of aa heretofore
performing a meaningless ceremony at "the
unknown grave."
Three ilrund Army posts, with their aux
iliary Women's Relief corps, will each visit
c wcpaiate cemetery In the forenoon and
carry out the formal ritual at actual
grave, returning In time to take part in
the afternoon parade, which will be short,
from Capitol avenue and . Sixteenth street
to the auditorium.
Those participating In the parade will be
the Grand Army of the Republic, Sons of
Veterans, Spanish-American War veterana,
Cnited .States navy detachment. National
Guards, High fchool Cadet battalion,
Omaha Letter Carrier battalion and other
civic and patriotic societies.
The parade will b led . by the Sixteenth
United States infantry band. It Is also
possible that the two battalions of the Six
teenth infantry from Fort Crook and the
signal corps from Fort Omaha will take
An Invitation has been extended to com
manding general of the Department of the
Missouri and his staff, and the officers of
Fort Crook and Fort Omaha to participate
In the parade.
The exercises at the auditorium will close
In sufficient time for the pretty ceremony
of decorating the waters with flowers in
memory of the dead American soldiers and
sailors buried at sea. which will be carried
out as usual this year by the Ladies of
the Grand Army. These exercises will take
place at the Douglas street blrdge at S
p. m.
Yes, Wedding Bells
Will Ring for Him
Paul Baird Nearly Had to Postpone
Nuptials, but Now All's
Tilings looked gloomy for the wedding
Wednesday nlaht of Paul W. Balrd, but
the clouds have now rolled away.
Mr. Baird appeared Tuesday morning
seeking a license to wed. He tendered the
license clerk a copy of a divorce decree
which last November severed him from
Marie W. Baird.
Mr. Furay looked closely at the date,
therV at a calendar and after a little mental
arithmetic, said:
"Nothing doing until Friday."
The court record Bhowed that Judge
Redlck had spoken November 11 and that
the decree appeared to have been formally
entered In district court November 12.
"It is not six months until Friday," said
Mr. Furay politely but firmly, and Baird
gave up, sadly disappointed, but remarking,
"I have always been a law abiding citizen
and the law la the law, I jumwsa.1''!
Mr. Furay supposed so, "too, ami the In
cident appeared to be closed, 'although the
license clerk said that Friday being the
thirteenth and brides having a prejudice
against Friday nuptuals even on another
day of the month, he would stretch a point
and Issue the license on Thursday.
"We've made arrangements .r Wednes
day night," said Balrd disconsolately.
Balrd then fled to his attorney, who
shortly afterward rang- up Mr. Furay and
argued volubly over the mathematics In
Aa the law allows no parts of days, Mr,
Furay finally decided that the elx months
might be construed to expire on Thursday,
and even possibly on Wednesday, the
eleventh. ' So If Balrd applies again
Wednesday he will get his license.
Great Chance for Tonne Men to Make
Money, Maya Traveler on
Ilia Itetnrn.
W. C. Sunderland returned Tuesday
morning from South America, after spend
Ing two months looking over the country
In the Interest of Omaha capitalists, who
contemplate Investing money in that land.
Mr. Sunderland is highly enthusiastic over
Braail and although he did not Invest while
there, he would advise young men to go
and see the wonderful opportunities there
for a man who will work.
"If I were a younger man." said Mr.
Sunderland, "I would go to Brazil. There
Is a countrty of opportunities. No work
has been done on the land .and evidently
never will bo until the Yankees go down
and see what Is at hand. A man could go
down there and by truck farming make a
fortune. The city of Rio Janeiro has more
than a million population and affords a
market for all the stuff that could be
raised. The prices are hi;;h, while the
labor Is cheap.
Mr. Sunderland raid he Just missed Bryan
on two different occasions, arriving in cities
a day or two after he had gone away. Mr.
Sunderland visited in tho West Indies for n
few days.
His Luncheon Arranged for est
Tneaday, AN hen New Members
"Mill Ue Kntertalnrtl.
As a close to the Interesting member-
ship campaign which the members of the
Women a Foreign Missionary societies of
the Omaha Methodist Episcopal churches
have been waging a large banquet is to
be given next Tuesday afternoon at tho
Young Women's Christian association cafe.
Tho society which lias succeeded in In
creasing its membership most in proportion
to Its old membership will be the guest
at this affair. At present tho Walnut Hill
church society Is the prospective guest,
having doubled Its membership. ,
Tho luncheon, which la called a "Get
Ono" affair, Is to Include both the new
members and thoso who obtained them,
and 150 people are expected to attend. Mrs.
Ida J. Moe of FYermnt.' tho conference
secretary, and Mrs. Stephens, a missionary
to Ohina, will be guests of honor and
r.peakcrs. Arrangements for the luncheon
are In I charge of a committee from the
general committee which Include represent
atives from the societies of tha First, the
Hanscoin Park, Trinity. McCabe, Mi-ward
Street and Walnut Hill Methodist L'piscopal
churches: Mrs. T. F. Pturgeas, chairman;
Mr. Z. T. Lindsay, Mrs. Newell and Mr.
V. A. High. ' .
Ilnrarrful (ondiict
of liver and bowels. In refusing to act, is
uuickly rvme.llid wiiii lr. King's New IAi'k
rills. c. Fur sale by Balun Liug company.
Gov. Eberhart
Guest at Lunch
of Noonday Club
Trip to Fort Crook and Bellevue,
Luncheon and Ball Game
Make Busy Day.
Covernor Kbtrhart of Minnesota was the
guest of the Monday club at a luncheon at
Hotel Home Tuesday noon. This club Is
made up of citliens of Swedish birth or
descent and those who gathered to greet
the Minnesota executive comprised the
leaders of his countrymen In Omaha. The
character and Its central thought was gocd
speaking was of an entirely Informal
Tuesday morning Henry T. Clarke, sr.,
took Governor Eberhart on an automobile
trip to Bellevue and Fort Crook and the
governor expressed himself as delighted
with the beautiful prospects opened to his
lew. Mr. Clarke was able to make the
trip doubly Interesting from the fund of
reminiscences he had to draw on touching
every prominent feature of the landscape.
This is the fifty-fifth anniversary of
my arrival In Nebraska, saia rar. name.
discussing the trip with Governor Eberhart.
and it is practically the 100th anniversary
of the arrival at Bellevue of Colonel John
Jacob Astor'a fur hunting patty. The
changes have been marvelous, nothing less,
since the year 1 arrived. I believe they
will be far more wonderful in the next
fifty years, comparatively.
This afternoon Governor Eberhart waa
the guest of his Swedish friends at the
opening game of the season at Vinton
Three Karlr Morning: Highwaymen
Get Only fl.RO Apiece from
For $1.50 each three men committed high
way robbery and threatened murder Tues
day morning when they held up and robbed
A. J. Brevoat, 2227 Jones street, of 14.50.
Brevoat was walking past Twenty-third
street and St. Mary's avenue at 2:30 o'clock
In the morning when three men wearing
masks and carrying revolvers surrounded
him. He willingly gave up his money and
was allowed to go his way after a warning
that sudden death would follow the giving
of an alarm.
Interesting; Experiments Xow Being;
Conducted at Fort Omaha by
Signal Corps.
Fort Omaha offers attractions in the fore
noon drills of the field telegraph company.
This company. Company O. Signal Corps.
is mounted and has with it a full equip
ment of field telegraph apparatus, with
reels drawn by horses for expedit
ing the laying and gathering up of
the telegraph wires. The company
la also equipped with flags for wigwagging
and all necessary paraphernalia for day
and night signaling. Their evolutions sug
gest the raipld work of flying batteries of
artillery less the cannonading.
Basinger Goes
Up Rail Ladder
Union Pacific Official Made Assistant
Traffic Director of Harri
man Lines.
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Assistant Oeneral Passenger Agent W. S.
Bassinger of the Union Pacific has been
promoted to be assistant passenger traffic
director of the Harriman lines, with head
quarters at Chicago. His place has not
yet been filled at the local headquarters
of the Union Pacific.
Added Attractions Are Being; Pro
vlded to Dravr Crowd to Wise
Hospital Fair.
The operetta "Prli.cese Chrysanthemum,"
was repeated at the Krug theater Monday
night In connection with tha Wise Memor
ial bazar and Its tuneful numbers were
heard with pleasure by a large house. The
only change In the cast was that the part
of the Emperor was taken by Koy Savage
Wednesduy night will be the Scotch night
of the bazar and the entertainers program
will be sustained by descendants of natives
of the land of brown heath and shaggy
woods. The vocalists will be William Ken
nedy, J. C. Ldndsey, Mrs. John McTaggart
and Miss Marie bnowdon, while there will
be selections on the ptpea by H. W. Wal
lace and O. W. McDougal.
Wednesday night will have another at
traction and un opportunity will bo given
the women of Omaha of showing their
fitness for the suffrage. A voting ma
chine will ba placed in the lobby and
every woman who likes or can muster up
the courage can cast her ballot for what
ever republican or democrat she thinks best
qualified to fill 'the office of governor.
Mayor Dahtman ia expected to appear on
the hustings to boost his campaign and
maybe other aspirants, wlU bo desirous of
gotting a line in this Indirect way on
the feelings of the electorate.
The star attraction Thursday night will
be Mrs. Ieon N. Harwitx. As Edna Dushoff
on her re .urn from Europe, where she
studied at a conservatory in Berlin and
appeared there in cpera at St. Petersburg,
she sang al tno Bismarck U.ifden in
Omaha Itealdenta of British Descent
Will Pay Heaped a to Dead
Memorial services tor the late King Ed
ward VII will be held in Omaha on the
evening of tho day of the funeral In Lon
don. Ia'ChI residents of British descent and
those who wero formerly subjects of the
king's government are moving in the mat
ter. A preliminary meeting was held at
the commercial club Tuesday, at which
were present Messrs. John L. Kennedy,
William Kennedy, James C. Lindsay, Vic
tor Whit?, M. A. Harry. Harry Dooiiey,
W. Black and one of two others. Wil
liam Kennedy was made chairman of the
committee on arrangements and John L.
Kennedy! of tho committee on ways and
means. Further announcements will be
made when plana ara completed.
The nigh Coat ot Living
Increases the price of many ' necessities
without Improving the quality. Foley's
Honey and Tar maintains Ita high standard
of excellence and Ita great curative qual
ities without any Increase in cost. It ia tha
best remedy for coughs, colda, croup,
whooping couglt and all ailments of tha
throat, cheat and lungs. The genuine
In a yalluw package. Kefua substitutes
For lala by all drugglita.
Comfort' Shoes
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Directors of Y. M. C. A. May Act for
Conatltatlon Is ltevlsed So as to Give
Power to Art to Board Without
the Cumbersome 'Court
The Young Men's Christian association
of Omaha can now accept gifts and be
quests from whoever may care to present
them, without first having to go into court
to secure permission.
The association can also now lease, sell.
mortgage or encumber Its real estate
through action of the board of directors.
Heretofore It has been necessary for the
association to go to the courts to do any
thing of this kind. The process of court
action was too costly and cumbersome: bo
at the annual meeting Monday evening
the strings were cut by the adoption of a
revised constitution, which permits tho as
sociation to act for itself through its offi
cial board.
The revised Instrument also changes the
date of the annual meeting from the sec
ond Monday in May to the third. It fur
ther provides f6r raising the voting age of
members from 16 to 17 years.
Two new members were added to the
board of directors, C. C. Crowell and
Robert Dempster. The members of the
board re-elected for three years are J. II.
Franklin, George F. Gllmore, Howard
Kennedy, jr.; Taul W. Kuhns and G. W.
New Reference Works on Shelves at
Library Have Mont Attractive
Yleto. for Story Tellers.
Do you believe In fairies? Rackman's
illustrations of the attractive elves almost
convinces us that we do, and with the
revival of "Peter Pan" perhaps grows
Into certainty, "lis so easy with the
fairiea to wander Into fairyland, and
thither Giimui ai:d Andcrpcn have often
led us with eager tread when we were
children. But whence the stories of these
famous story tellers? "Norroena" Is the
"opcu sesame" to o,r query. It is a col
lection of popular tales, embracing the his
tory and romance of northern Europe.
These fifteen volumes cover tho North and
tha German tales. The Arthurian legends
compiled by Malory and edited from the
text of ICot, with an introduction by the
great Arthurian scholar, Ernest Rys, are
enhanced with Dnre Illustrations. The
Eddas, translated from the original old
Norse text, contain the Nlbelung story
and Icelandic tales. The Teutonic volume
contains a dictionary of guds and goddesses
and other books cover tho Norse discov
ery of America and the nine books of
Danish history of Saxo-Germmatlco. The
binding of this edition of "Norroena" is
especially attractive. The tooling on the
covers is rich In design and duplicates
many of the royal bindings, aa well as
li roller and Deromes. The story teller, tha
kindergarten teacher in fact, the lover of
myth and legend will find in these vol
umes hours uf pleasure, pastime and Im
provement. The outgrowth of the fairy
tala ia the atorythe atur told In prose,
in verse, in long.
A compilation of twelve volumes of
"Drama and Opera, Their History. Litera
ture and Influencee on Civilisation,"
edlKd by Alfred Kates. M. A., has recently
made richer our field of literature. Tne
books comprising the opera cover the ro
mantlo legends, stories, plots of famous
operas and biographies of composers, with
an Introduction by Gulseppe Vtrdl. The
dramas of every countr European and
oriental, morality i nd miracle plays are
listed, and, In many instances, play are
given In full. Many ot the illustrations
are copies of original pulntlngs and done
in water color. These attractive books are
among tba recast purchases madt by the
get lasting relief
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They fit snugly over any
The rubber at the sides
pinching or binding. Easy to put on and take off no buttons
or laces.
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worn the genuine Mayer Martha Washington Comfort Shoes,
Made in all sizes and three heights.
be sure you get the genuine.
real Martha Washington has the name Martha
Washington and Mayer trade mark stamped on the
sole. Don't be misled. Reject as counterfeit, shoes
offered as the Martha Washington without the trade
mark. The best merchants
f md a dealer write to us.
F. Mayer Boot & Shoe
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The acrid taste found in, all pure cocoas is removed in Ghir
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Besides having the smoothness and mellowness of the best
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As a beverage it is made instantly; only one minute's boiling
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cake chocolate for pastry of all kinds.
Insist on having Ghirardelli's Ground Chocolate and you will
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i Sold by all grocers.
- . Since 1852
Saa Francisco
Omaha public library and will be placed
In the teference room, where the public
may have dally access to them.
Reports from Commltteea Indicate
Wide llanare of Activities for
Members of Organisation.
The regular quarterly meeting of the
Omaha Church Kederatiou waa held Mon
day evening at Hanacom Park Methodlat
Episcopal church, with Rev. Frederick T.
Rousu of the First Congregational church,
presiding. The meeting was preceded with
a dinner given tha fedeiatlon by the
women of llanscom Tark church. About
fifty members and laymen memb'is 0f the
federation were present.
The business meeting followed the din
ner. Tha next meeting of tha federation will
e and a
from Mayer Martha Washington Comfort
instep, yet are roomy and easy on the feet
gently yields with every step, preventing
There are many inferior imitations.
handle the genuine.
Ground Chocolate
be held in Mtpieinber. The location to be
announced later.
Officials of Omaha Dlatrlet Flad Pub.
Habed Uelaru Coupoua of
tireat Value,
Local managers of the census have aaked
The Bee to continue the publication of the
blank on which those people, whom the
censua man missed might notify the bureau
of the fact. Charles L. Saundera, director
of the census for this district, aaya the
blanks are of the greatest benefit to hla
office, aa they have brought in hundreds
of names of people, who might otherwise
have been overlooked.
Chamberlain's Cough Ramsdy curea lot
worst colda. Try It
tired, sensi
feet that
e swollen
lat cause
stand lor
ti and perspirc,
foot comfort is
Buttons or
Premature Discharge of Dynamite
Among Artealau Well Workers
Provea Derloua.
REDFIELD, g. v.. May 10,-As the result
of a dynamite explosion here this after
noon two men were fatally Injuted and
three others crippled for life. The men
were working on a well rigging, attempting
to atop the flow of an artealan well that
got beyond control. While they were
preparing a chnvgo of dynamite, one of the
cartrldgea exploded. The fatally injured
are Lewis Voglnul end W. W. Murphy.
Carl Olaon, Jnn l Kolhein and Albert
Zarnecke were h- rloujly Injured. Olson los
ing hla right am. Windows lights In
biiklnea buildings ubuut town era broke
by tha blaW