Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 17, 1910, Page 7, Image 8
THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. MAY 17. 1010. WOMAN FAIS1S IN COURT What Does the Word "Raincoat f 9 4 if r flip .S:f Lively Session in Juvenile Branch, with Several Cases Heard. 5' '.U'S - . San BOY HELPS TO FIND - A FATHER 1 1, Any woman who marched up the center aisle to the music from "Lohengrin" will find her heart warm to that page in the JUNE number of THE DELINEATOR where Erman J. Ridgway writes anent WEDDING BELLS. Here is a man with a fresh view-point and a singular talent fpr touching human hearts. A man who sees common things through un common eyes, and finds them vivid, beautiful, worth while. He is well worth listening to. If you will turn to his page, which he whim sically calls "CONVERSAZIONE," you will De wen repaid. THE DELINEATOR of this month carries an amazing number of other good things, but this one page possesses so unique a charm that it deserves a special consideration for itself alone. THE DELINEATOR IS. FOR SALE EVERYWHERE 15 Cent a Copy $1.00 a Year THE BUTTERICK PUBLISHING COMPANY NEW YORK CITY One Father Insists that lie Pro vldea Meat KTerr , fcut Slay Xot Always Hate Tie on Tr.Me. Mrs. Angeierose Scalio fainted away In Juvenile court when her son. Arthur Scalio was sentenced to Kearney, and she re mained unconscious for ten minutes. While physicians were working over her, the guardian of her son, Vincent Chlodo, was pleading with Judge Sutton to give the boy. another chance. The combined forces pre vailed and the court ordered the matter Depended until Wednesday. Mre. Antonio, Mercurlo's boy escaped with a short stay In the Detention home, lie, like the Scalso boy was Incorrigibly truant, the denprlr of teachers, probation and truant officers. "Myself hltla them a lick," said Mrs. lercurlo, "and da teach, she hltta lick, but It no good." The real feature of the Monday session of JuvenUe court was a little colored boy, 4 years of age, Albert. Hall by name. His mother is dead, the victim of a blow from her husband, who la in Jail pending trial In district court. The child has been In the Detention home since the tragedy, and Mr a. Heller, superintendent of the home, brought him with her to court. Hants Parents (or Himself. The little boy has learned that an effort will be made to get some one to adopt him and lie started out on his own account finding new parents. "You want a nice boy?" he Inquired of first one man and then another In tli court room. Were the child white Instead of colored it would be an easy enough matter finding udopted parents for him. Uefore the morning elided young Albert Hall had caused some confusion by saying "Hello, papa," and "Hello, mamma," to various men and women attending court. Tlieodore and Samuel Cahn were up for repeated truancy. Thsre was a hint made by ono witness that the Cahn family board Is not too ample, and Mr. Cahn, sire of the truants, denied this with heated flu ency. "They get meat every day," said he em phatically. "They get plenty to eat, though no swell food every day like pies." Myrtle Decker, a young girl who has been in court pievlously, was ordered to Ueneva. She and Violet Duvall were ar rested Saturday night In a restaurant, where they were drinking beet with men. Tony Minardis, proprietor of a restaurant at Fourteenth and Leavenworth streets, and Pete Calalamia, a companion, who were arrested while entertaining the two 16-year-old girls vlth a spread of lunch and liquor, were fined $25 and costs each. The men were charged with aiding young girls in delinquency in the hearing before Judge Crawford. BRIEF OTY NEWS Have Boot Print It. JJghMnf rixtures Bnrg-sis-Oiandsn Co. Beit rjr Cleaning of garments. Twin City , Dye' Wnrke,' 07. Solnb Fifteenth. 1800 HtlonV I4f Xnanranc Co 1910 Charles ti. Any, Oeneral Ageni. omaila. The Vtbraska Saving W ! loans .toineslnugjaj county. Servtcepftm$f?TSrm reajdn.bl,e. 'Board of Trade Bldg., JU0J Farnam St., Qmaea. Pro'. Bernstein TeU ot Comet Prof. Nathan Bernstein of the Omaha High chool will lecture on Halley'a comet Tues day night at Barlght's hall, Nineteenth and Farnam streets. . . ' Dlaoharg In Bankruptcy Final dis charges in bankruptcy have been granted by Judge W. 11.' Munger of the United AtAte district court to George Henry M. r.mxiin .laituia H. Craddock, Robert Burns and John A. Anderson, all of Omaha, ' Tar mala Sntera Denial Thomas E. l'ar- h filed in district court a reply to wvnir a. Johnson's suit for an accounting la their partnership deal to get a franchise for the Independent. Telepnone company. Mr. Parmelo enters a general denial of plaintiff" allegations. Qft lot rairTmry A number of delo gatea from the Urand Army of the Re public. Women's Uollef Corps and Ladle of the Orand Army of the Republic to the annual encampment of the Orand Army of the Republlo left Monday afternoon for Falrbury.- ' Another detachment of dele gates and vlsltoia will leave Tuesday morn Ins. The encampment begins Tuesday and will last for three days. ' Discharge RolAler In Trouble Howard Slckel, a former member of the Sixteenth Infantry, who hat Just completed a term dA Imprisonment In the Fort Crook guard lVt-..fce, was arrested on his release Munday morning by Deputy United States Marshal Hase under an Indictment from the federal grand Jury. Slckel la charged by the United States civil authorities with sending .nonmailable matter through the United Abates malls. He will be arraigned before Judge W. H. Munger Monday evening. It 1 understood that ha will enter a plea ot guilty. GIRL POISONS CHILDREN, ". .. MOB MAY LYNCH HER Toasg Alabama Kara of Child of , . Wealthy Planter Wanted to . Take Excursion. tBMOPQLIS,.AIa.. May l.-Polsoned by a' 10-year-old negro girl, employed as a nurse, the S-months-old daughter of David Colllna.a wealthy planter, died today, and a second child of Collins', S years old, la In a serious condition. The girl says he,pol oned the children because their mother re fused to allow her to go on an excursion. Tbe county Jail Is heavily guarded against a possible attempt to lynch her. ( Bee Want Ada will boost your business. Bryan to Talk to the Children on World Peace Meeting; t Auditorium Scheduled for Half Past Ten Adults to .. Be Admitted. Superintendent Davidson of the public, schools, who will prtslde ut the peace meeting Tuesday morning at the Auditor ium, wants the public to understand that ps soon as tho children of the public schools are seated, the doors will be thrown opi-n to the general public. It is now ex pected to scat the children by 10 o'clock, and at that hour the adults who are in terested will be let in. John L. Webster will make the first ad dress, following the Invocation and the opening remurks by Dr. Davidson, and W. J. Bryan will follow Bhortly after, discuss ing the campaign for world peace from the standpoint of one who has been a partici pant In the official conferences held at The Hague, where delegates from all nations meet. NEBRASKANS TO S, 1 MEET Workers from All Over State to At tend Washington Conference. LARGE DELEGATION FROM HERE i . - - - World's . Bandar School Conference Attract Many from Several Cities of the State Left Monday. Dodge Viaduct Being Pushed Accident of Saturday Night to Be Used by City Officials as a Reason. The suit now pending In court In which the Missouri Pacific road seeks to restrain the city from compelling the construction ot the Dodge street viaduct, was to have been heard in the United States district court Monday morning. The city was ready but the railroad company ajiked-for further delay and was given until Thursday next to file some affidavits. Then the city will have to be given time to answer with other affidavits, among them one Betting out the accident of last Saturday evening, aa the spot where the city want the viaduct built. Assistant City Attorney Dunn ex pects now the case will go to heating next Monday. "The city will be on hand and ready anyway," said Mr. Dunn, "and the sooner we reach ' a settlement the better. It has been proved there Is danger there somelmes." Nebraska delegates to the World's Sun day school convontlon, which is to be held in Washington, D. C, left Omaha Monday on tho Northwestern. The convention Is to be held May 19 to 24 and those who will be present from Nebraska are as follows: Rev. M. O. McLaughlin, Omaha; Miss Margaret E. Brown, Orand Island; Miss Martha Fodge, Broken Bow; Miss Vlda Learner. Wakefield; Miss Emma Llndqulst, Craig; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McLucas, B. Q. Dawson. J. R. Nelson and J. H. Yeakle, Falrbury; Miss L. C. Oberlies. Mrs. C. W. Little, Mrs. A. O. Evans, Mr. and Mrs.C. II. Lucas, Miss Nellie Kimberly, Lincoln; Rev. Nathan English, Lexington; Rev. D. W. Montgomery, Loup City; Mrs. Lydla W. Smith, Tekamah; J. W. Rldgeway, Miss Gladys Ellis, Curtis; Rev. J. L. Smith, Sioux; Robert Mathew, Loup City; T. E. Wellman, Stratton; Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Dletrick, Lincoln; George W. Barrett, Shel ton; A. M. Holmes, Mrs. J, W. Smith, Murray; Rev. H. O. Langley 'and Mrs. H. O. Langley, Laurel; Rev. Charles W. Ray, Norfolk; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wightman, York; Mrs. Martha H. Angelo, Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Sweeley and daughter, Omaha. Unbidden Guest Lost Ranchman Man, Obviously Demented, Finds Way Into Surprised Household Proves to Be Charles Lears. A stranger : walked 'lnllo-' the bome' of Charles N. Bulls, near Lane, Saturday aft ernoon at the supper hour., - . "Good evening," said the stranger, who was a man about (A years ot age. "Good evening," replied Mr. and Mrs. Bulls In polite response. - "I have come to make my home with you," said the stranger. Mr. and Mrs. Bulls thought it over and Sunday had the stranger conveyed to - Millard, whence Deputy Sheriff Mead brought him to -the Douglas county jail on an Insanity com plaint. The man proves to be Charles Lears, now a Colorado ranchman and formerly an Omaha business man. How tie came to be In this part of the country is yet a mystery. Letters and papers found in his possession show Lears to have gained con slderable wealth since he went to Colo rado. Many Engagements Delay a Hearing Other Cases and a Wedding Make it Hard to Set-a Time for This Trial. If you have anything to sell or exchange advertise It in The Bee Want Ad columns. Marrtawe Licenses. Permits to wed have been granted the following couple.: Name and Residence. Age. Wallace E. Hewitt. Danbury, la 23 Ruth May Worth, Sioux City. la 21 Luther Toles. Kansas City 23 Jennie Wheeler, Versailles, Mo J George L. Ross, South Omaha 28 bophle H. Thomas, South Omaha 24 ( Strong Healthy Women If a womaa is strong and healthy in a womanly way, moth- , arhood means to her but little suffering. The trouble lies W . in the fact thet tbe many women suffer from weakness and disease ot tbe distinctly feminine organism and are unfitted for motherhood. This can be remedied. '1 Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Cures tbe weaknesses and disorder of women. It aots directly on tbe delicate and important ' organs eonoerned in motherhood, tnakina then keaitby, strong, vigorous, virile aad elastic. 'Favorite Preseriptioa" benishe tbe indispositions of tbe period of expeetanoy and make baby's advent easy and almost painless. It Quickens and vitalise tbe feminine organa, and insure a healthy and robust baby. Thousand of women bay tee li bed to it marvelous merit. It Make Wk Women Strong. It Mskea Sick Women Well. lionet druggists do not offer substitutes, and urge them upon you at " iust ' a good." Accept no secret nostrum in place of tbit mom-tttrtt remedy. It ervftlMna not a drop of alcohol and not a grain of babit-forming or injurious uj.' pare glyceric extract of beating, native American root. Attorney in the suit of Mildred Ander son against the Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Railway company held heated de bate before Judge Estelle Monday as to the date of trial of the cause. Henry Murphy, counsel tor plaintiff, urged a prompt hear- ing. John L. Webster told the court of an engagement of his in federal court, folio ing a trial in which he is now engaged and after that Mr. Connell wixhed a short delay because he did not wish to get Into this case, which will be a battle royal, the week before a wedding in hia family. The case was not definitely set. Broken Head. Pays for Broken Heart Defendant in Police Court Pleads Guilty to Squaring: Scores i with Kst. 'He broke my heart 1 add I broke hii head, your honor." In these words Clar encu Glvins, a negro .pleaded guilty to the charge of disturbing the peace, In Judge Crawford' court Monday morning. Will Price, another negro, appeared with a swath of bandages about his read in corroboration of the defendant's story The two negroes gave an account of their trouble centering upon the affairs ot Giv Ins family. The negro explained he had fought through a hot encounter with the Inter loper and was winning when Policeman Egan arrived on the scene. Judge Crawford discharged both men. BIDS FOR NEW PLATTE BRIDGE Canton Brlda-e Company la l.o rinmbina- Bids for Court II Canvassed Friday. A committee of the Board of County Com missioner has filed a report on the bids for a new steel structure over the Platte The committee finds that the Canton Bridge company "Is the lowest and best bidder' and recommends that the contract be thus awarded. The Canton company offer to build two spans for Sl!,628, and the next lowest bidder is the Standard Bridge com pary. which Is about '12 higher. Other bidders were the Western Bridge, Empire Monarch Engineering, Jowa Bridge and Midland companies. The bids for the court house plumbing ard heating will be canvassed at a meet Ing of the committee tt the whole Friday afternoon. layered In a Fire or bruised by a fall, apply Bucklcn'a Ar nice naJve. cures rmrns, wounds, sore eciema, piles. Guaranteed. 33c. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Mean to You? Does It mean a WATKRI'IIOOF coat, that, bosld Iff wt wea ther uses, la equally desirable on dry or chilly day, because ot Ita style and appearance? If su( h Is the case you may place the fullest confidence In the Raincoats we offer; or, If you have been misled into buying a Rain coat that la not WATKK PROOF, then, it's even more Important that you have your confidence restored, by means of a "Nebraska," Rain proof Raincoat. , We've also a splendid variety of unusual values In spring overcoats. Today Is a good time to Inspect both, at m. $12, $15, $18S&s. aMirasfcaCfolfri vi1 ll BURGLAR WOULD JOIN FORCE Man Who Applied for Police Job is Arrested. SEEK ARTIFICIAL BEDROCK Union Parlflc Engineers Meet wltu Vnforaeen Difficulties in Founda tion for Ken Headquarters. A pile foundation may yet be the solu tlon of the difficulty the t'nlon Pacific engineers are meeting with on the site at Fifteenth and Dodge. The borings are now down over 100 feet and no solid bottom ha yet been found. It Is now understood that piles will be driven at this great distance below the street level, and will be cut off Just below the water line. Then concrete will be tamped In freely and an artificial bedrock be thus established for the splendid struo ture that has been planned. In spite of all the unforseen difficulties met with on the site, the railroad's en gtneers are not in any way discouraged They always have a trick or two up their sleeves for just such emergencies. Balldloar Permits. t,. R. Wilson. IHS0 Central ' boulevard frame, 12.600; U. J. Dinning. 309 South Thirty-seventh street, frame, 113.000; Maney Milling rompany, alterations and repairs 115.000; Maney Milling company, corrugated Iron grain elevator. 116.000; Maney Milling company, frame ornee ouuaing, si.mm. - A 7 i mT .nai emT m. . W . L 7 Gold MedalFlour WW!" OH Til lit I ' 3 ;- PAKX OF SCHEME BY GANG Officers Believe that Morton nnd the Elffht Accomplices I nder Arreat Laid Plot to Aid Their Operations. .Jn the person ot Ray Morton, one of -the nine men taken In the round-up of burglar suspects feunday, the police think they have ono of the cleverest rogues ever caught in this city. Broad shouldered. In telligent and hotiewt in appearance, Mor ton made application a week ago to join the police force. In the light of his arreat as a burglas connected with a band which gathered in thousands of dollars worth of loot during the space of a month, the police believe Morton had planned unique depre dations under the guise of being a police officer. Captain Mostyn, acting chief, explained Monday morning the half dosen different expedients a treacherous policeman might use to gain his outlaw ends, all of which It appeared Morton had intended using. "The perjured officer after swearing to give his life to protect life and property," said Chief Mostyn, "could have access to the Important reports of the department. He could keep his pals' In close touch with the action of the police on all burglaries and other criminal deeds. He could betray thobe who trusted him In the dally travel ing of hia beat He would find it com paratively easy to enter certain business placea and houses on his beat for a thieving purpose, which otherwise he could not enter. At Soda Fountains or Elsewhere "Just Sy" MlrulLDK'. It means the Original and Genuine EB RflDLK ate The Food-Drink for all Ages. Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form. More healthful than tea or coffee. For infants.invalids and growing children. Agrees with the weakest digestion. Pure nutrition.upbuilding the whole body. Keep it on your sideboard at home. Invigorates nursing mothers nd the aged. A quick lunch prepared in a minute. - . Sample sent free. 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Kates and detailed information gladly fur nished upon application at City Ticket Office, 1507 Farnara St., or write i OAMUEL NORTH, ' District Passenger Agent.