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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1910)
nrn b;;:k: omatia. Saturday, ocror.ETi 1, ipio.
GROWTH IN BANK CLEARING
OPPOblllON HAS STOPPED
Omaha Man Plans
to Rebuild King
g Ak-Sar-Ben Visitors Welcome! 8
Street Car Company is Euildinj Line
on Twenty-Fourth Street.
Beport for September Showi Vast
Gain Over L&tt Year.
INCREASE OF EIGHT MILLIONS
Clrarlns for First Nine Months of
Year Show Umtn of Elabtr-'eren
Mllloaa Ortr ftaiae 1'rrlod
I Last Year.
Bank clearings for the month of Sep
tember took a hugi leap over the tame
month In 1!9, the Increase totalling up to
WW), 336. 03 fur the thirty dayi. Clearings
for the first nine month of 1910 show a
gain of $S7.S'.9,'rj2 ovf-r the l clearings
for that time, the figures for 1910 being
$2.G13.128 and for 19"9 they are tS3S.lM.int.
The record for the flrsl nine months fol
n 12 )'
(17 2 H
January t S7.H ;.7,
r per lary
. J.l r;. 1 1 0.13
. 2. 700. 031. IK
, Labor Day.
. 2.893.490 43
. 2. DM. 246. 14
. 2. 550. 71 2. 2
. 3.774, 761 63
. 2.547.495 15
. 2. 398, DM. 08
. 2. 193. 812.36
. 2. 8.'8. 248.70
. 2. 4!3. 230.3
. 2.476.3 1 1.00
. i.O'jti.242 34
September 1 2
Totals ...370.592.353.76 1.6 09.0 1 7.7 3
The Glad Hand
remores liver Inaction and bowel stoppage
with Dr. King's New Life Pills, the pain
less regulators. 26c. For sale by Beaton
for Race Meet
Sr. T. B. Lacey of Council Bluffs
Will Represent the National
Plans for the big automobile races to be
held at the new Omaha speedway at Elm
wood park tomorrow and Sunday after
noon were completed Friday morning when
a telegram was received by the Omaha
Automobile club from the contest board of
the American Automobile association head
quarters at New York giving Its official
sanction to the races.
The entries for the various events have
been growing every day. There are now
no events with less than three entries.
The greatest number of entries for any one
vent up to this time Is eight
Dr. T. B. Lacey of Council Bluffs has
been selected as the official representative
of the American Automobile association.
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on the market today-UNDER ACTUAL SERVICE CONDITIONS, so that men and women
may not only SEE lor themselves how the present wasteful methods in many lines of cooking may
be overcome, but TASTE the difference in flavor and nutritive values.
THE "TRIPLE-TRICK" ROASTER IS THE BEE'S NEWEST PREMIUM
How to Get One:
Subscribe for me Evening and Sunday Bee, and pay 15c a week for six months. This pays for both the
paper and the roaster. .
Up for the Fall
Trip to Be Made Into the North
eastern oectioa of the
Omaha's Hooters will make their fall
cxcuifion Into .Nebraska, ttartlng fr"m
here Monday morning, October 24. and re
turning on Friday, October 28, the five fiaya'
trip being made Into the northern parts of
From 12-j to 150 men are expected to be on
the special tiain when it pulls out for
Oakdale, the starting joint, and in this trip
a special effort is being made to get the
heads of the firms to go In person and
boost their goods lnstend of allowing one
f the traveling men to attend.
The line of march of the army will be as
follows: From On, a' a Monday on the
Northwestern up to Oakdale; m.ike what Is
called the Albion line up to Scrlhner, arid
to Fremont for the stopping point for the
Tuesday morning the train will run
directly to Stanton, arriving there at 7:14
In the morning, and then work back to
Fremont in the morning run. There the
Burlington takes charge up to Sioux City
and to O'.N'ell and back to Sioux City.
From there the train makes the lines ot
the Omaha road, touching at all the
branches. The return home will be made
Friday over the Northwestern again.
The equipment cf the train consists of
nine cars, eeven sleepers and two diners,
all lighted by a dynamo system in the bag
OMAHA WOMAN'S CLUB IS
SEEKING NEW MEETING PLACE
Several Locations Have Been Offered
and VV:i lie Considered Saf
ari! ay Afternoon.
The committee of the Woman's club on
a new location Is to meet Saturday after
noon at the Toiing Men's Christian asso
ciation to discuss the various locations
which have been offered for the club. This
committee consists of Mrs. V. P. Harford
and Mrs. George Tildcn. Mrs. J. C. Ham
mond, Mrs. W. H. Wilbur and Mrs. C.
The present place of meeting Is the First
Congregational church and the new places
which have been offered are the Gardner
Jacobs Memorial hall, the Lyric theater,
the Y'oung Women's Christian association
rooms and the First Christian church.
THIEF GETS HORSE COLLARS
Intruder Overlooks Valuable Artlclea
and Only Takes Four Collars
Four horse conars of trifling value was
all the loot a burglar deigned to steal from
the barn of Expressman's Delivery com
pany at 2213 Izard street Friday morning.
It is not known how the thief accom
plished the theft. The proprietors say
there were valuable whips, bridles and other
stable articles that might have been taken
as well as the horse collars. The value
Registrar Vernon Will Iteslarn.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 30. W. T. Vernon,
the negro registrar of the treasury, soon
will hand his resignation to President Taft.
It has been the custom for many years to
give this position to a negro and the ap
pointment will go to J. C. Napier of Nash
! PROTESTANTS SEEM TO QUIT
Were Not Certain of Their (Jronnd
and Did ot tirt Murli F.ncour-
aemrnt from the City
Opposition to the North Twenty-fourth
sireet car line extension Is taking Its last
breath and the company has proceeded to
icnore objections by continuing to lay its
tiacks and get ready to run Its cars. W.
II. Thompson, the attorney who was re
sponsible for the movement against the
line which never maierlallied into definite
opposition, stilted Friday Morning that his
illrnts were not sure of tlielr position, be
cause their property does not actually abutt
upon Twenty-fourth street. J. O. Phllllppi,
one of the principal owners damaged by
the improvement, has compromised with
the city council for S2,ono. and he and his
attorney, R. F. Stout, seem not disposed
to go ahead with any further opposition.
The attorney has decided that althougn the
opinion Is that the company could be
halted, his department has no Initiative in
It was thought that the council might
be appealed to as a last resort, but the
members of that body wee also disin
clined to back the property owners against
the company and the citizens who have
been anxious for the new tine.
"The extension of that line would be one
of the best things possible for the city,"
says Councilman Charles M. Davis, "and
most people are very anxious to have it.
If the matter were brought before the
council I think we would all agree to allow
It to go through."
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Increased a Hundred Fold by
ALL OMAHA HOUSEKEEPERS interested in getting the very best val
ues from their fuel, their food and their time are cordially invited to
reserve October 1st to 10th for a genuine educational and gastronomic treat
to be furnished for their pleasure and profit, absolutely FREE by the
The BEE is intensely interested in aiding in the solution of the much
mooted, yet ever present economic problem, cost of living, and as a prac
tical and efficient means to this end, have arranged with the Omaha Gas
Company to use their beautiful and commodious offices, October 1 to 10, to
show the "Triple -Trick" Combination Roaster, Toaster, Warmer,
Steamed and Sad-iron Heater, the greatest fuel, food and labor saver
i J. II. Fianklin Has Written a Book
Showing How it May Be Done
Centuries have passed since King Solo
mon's temple was destroyed and new
worlds have come into being. So old a
f iot w ag its destruction when Christ was
on earth that when he spoke of building
up the temple in three days the people
thought he meant tne temple of Jerusa
lem instead of the temple of the spirit.
And yet an Omaha man now proposes
that Solomon's temple be rebuilt and he
presents the task to the Masons of the
world. He lays down a definite basis for
action, proposing that the Masons organize
"The Temple association, the direct object
of which shall be the rebuilding of King
Solomon's temple on the same location, in
the same city as that one -van builded
which made the name ol Solomon known
the world over, for all time."
This man is J. H. Franklin, 141$ North
Thirty-fourth street, treasurer of the firm
of Baker Bros., engravers. He has pub
lished a book, conveying to the world his
story on ' he Rebuilding of King Solo
mon's Temple." It Is a work on w hose re
search he has spent years and which con
tains a complete narrative of the building
and destruction of the temple "and
the wars which rent the kingdom
and the holy wars." He goes Into
the history of the children of Israel In the
lane", of Egypt and their return under the
leadership of Moses to the Land of Ca
naan. The book Is highly illustrated with
views brought from the Holy Land.
Incidentally the author suggests to the
Masons that If the temple, a.s Solomon
built it, were reproduced under our modern
system of prices. It would cost about 3200,
OSTEOPATHS NEXT WEEK
State Association to Hold Convention
Here, Beginning Tuesday.
SECRETARY HOLDS OFF MEETING
Anjiual Convention Was Scheduled
for This Week, but lie Post
poned It for a Week
Many to Attend.
Nebraska osteopaths to the number of
170 will assemble in Omaha Tnesdny for
the annual meeting of t.ie Nebraska Osteo
pathic association. The gathering will be
a one-day meeting and will be at the
Really the convention was formerly called
to order TursdJiy of this week, the seore
tnry alone being present, lie moved that
the meeting a.l.iourn to October 4, sec
onded the motion, put it, voted for it, and
then instructed himself to write in his
minutes that the adjournment had carried
unanimously. This little formality was to
comply with the constitution ot the order.
A business session will occupy the morn
ing and then professional papers will be
read by Drs. M. E. Donohue of Omaha.
J. L. Young of Superior, M. J. Hoagland
of Central City. E. M. Crumb of Uncoln,
H. S. Peterson of Omaha, J. F. Richardsen
of Fremont and C. A. B'anchard of Lin
coln. An "open parliament" on all the papers
will be held and other subjects of Interest
discussed. The officers of the association
President. S. C. S. Struble, Hastings;
vice president, Emil Hoy, University Place;
treasurer. Lulu H. Cram, Falrbury; secre
tary, C. B. Atzeti. Omaha.
A. H. Olmstead. W17 Pprngiie, frame
dwelling, tl.SOO: A. H. Olmstead, 1619
Spragi.e, frame dwelling, $1,800.
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Means of the
r Ladies' Fall
U pOU One-Piece
J i tr r mr
In Bergcs, broadcloths and fancy wor
etods; they are beautifully mado, care
fully tailored, and consist of the very
latest styles; most every coneelvabl.)
color Is reiircspntr 1
one or two of a kind: H
remember, actual $30
values, special for. . . .
Ladies' $30 Oue-Piece
In taffetas, voiles, Panamas, serges and
broadcloths; made in the latest, fall
models; pleated and modified hobble
skirt effects; some tire strictly plain
tailored, and others are elaborately
embroidered, all sizes,
all colors: positively
$30.00 values, special
Big Purchase of Mtn's Suits and
Overcoats Now On Sale
The garments we offer you in this
sale are all very special values. All hand
tailored by master workmen. Suits and
Overcoats that we know will keep their
shape. The prices are
16112 & TADNAM
fThe Peoples rnrnltnre k Carpet Co. .Established 1887.)
THE OMAHA LOAN & BUILDING ASSOCIATION cred
ited to its members on July let $89,000 Dividends. It has never
paid to its members less than 6ix per cent per
g q annum for 27
11 O tor a monthJy
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fund $G7,000. Address, S. .
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Men's and WiiiihmiV
Shoes from lr"fl..- on down
to SI. 75.
Hoys' Knee Pnnt Suits
from 7.50 ! n U $:.
years. Saving accounts calling
payment of $1.00 to $25.00 may
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til ' ' I
uu uutuieu aujf uuy, or luixip suins Ol UOl Over
$5,000 received. Aak for Booklet "A" and
other information. Assets $3.G00.000. Reserve
Corner 16th and Dodge Streets.
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