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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1910)
T!U: r.KK: OMATTA. Tt'KSDAV. OrrowW 11. 1010.
BRIEF CITY HEWS
fcae Jteot rtnt IV
alp Toot IUh to tnilth. Omaha.
0 rutitM lirftii-Onadn Ca.
Take Tom mating to tn Tim
at Vrj CUaalnc ot garment. Twli
City ljy Works, 407 Bouth Fifteenth.
OppanlieUn Hairdrsssln rarlors MerM
tl(-I---U C'lljr National Ban buuUina.
. Tlokae, Heallr JPalnleea iJentiairy
net thi "cheap',' kind. 724 City Nat Bank.
Tonta d4 Health ahould te Uxod to
provide for old ace; a saving account
Wlt.l the Neb. Eatings Lan Ass n will
tart you right. 16Uj I'arnam. U. of T. lildg.
in tne Divorce Cour Decree of divorce
from Jnoa Niofcels was granti'd Daniel
Nickels by Judge Sutton in district court
tt-u ukbr Co. E. II. Bprague.
president, la allowing a. not Una of "eveiy
kind of robber guoUa," Including various
Styles of rubber coats and automobile ac
cessories, fur very reasonable iiiices. loos
Harney street. "Just around the corner.'
Wants Pullmaa to Pay iSomebody mails
on wlui Maurice M. jtrs jo ovvrcxat bep
tembur 2A m In n lie was traveling (nun
Omaha to OramT Island, Neb., and in Mov
er" View It.is tiu. more than rignt tnat tne
I'ullrnau company should reimburse him
ivr the loss. Consequently lie started suit
for the value of the lost raiment in district
Mala Witness Tails to Appear Inability
Of the county attorney to Induce an lnifor
' taut witness to come back to Omatia to
testify against Mat Colllgan, charged witii
larceny from the person, enabled Colligan
to get off easily In the criminal division of
district court Monday, wheu he pleaded
guilty to a charge of petit larceny and was
given a sentence of thirty days In the
: Wants Pay for Teeth For the loss of
several teeth and for other damages sus
tained In a Burlington railroad wreck when
he was traveling! from Ashland to Omaha,
Mahel i. Pbp'e started an action against
the railroad company tor to.loO In district
court Monday. Her petition alleges that
In tee accident her Jaw was spilt open,
several teeth were knocked out and others
were so Injured that their extraction was
Tornier Soldier Paroled On the show
' Ing' that he"1 never committed a crime be
fore and that he was a good and faithful
Soldier In the United States army, Marvin
liipps.wac paroled by Judge Eatelle In the
criminal division of district court Monday
after he had pleaded guilty to a charge of
grand If foeny. M. 1 Sugartnan, lilpp's at
torney, assumM responsibility fori him and
lllpps promised to go to work and report
regularly to the- lawyer. Hipps, while an
employe of the Paclflo Storage and Ware
house company, stole a quantity of cloth
ing from the storage department last July.
tlrl Goes 4b Orphanage Anna Qal
laghec, the pretty little 8-year-old who has
been In the Dententlon home because her
mother Is dead ami her father disappeared
after leaving her at the home of a family
which was not prepared to feed another
mouth, was taken in charge by Father
ianagan of St. James' orphanage Monday,
lie said the orphanage will look after her
until the father returns or the court author
, lses to adopt her. It was the father's wish
' that the child be reared In the Roman
Catholic' faith. , Some relatives of the
Mother have made objection, but Judge Sut
ton placed her fn charge of the orphanage.
Hostile Parent Repents Declaring that
Mt Is Impossible for him to live In this
4puntr Jr ' If his 14-year-old daughter, Ber
' nice. Is not . permitted to help earn the
family living by working, John Kapanek.
a Pole, In Juvenile .court Monday morning,
defied Judge Sutton's order that the child
),. k.t , sinuV- avid .said fee was ready
', to go to Jail' If the judge wished to send
him there. The .Utle girl burst Into sobs
When the court ordered that she be taken
' to the Intention home, 'where she could he
, schooled. When he realised that his daugh
ter really wag to ba taken from him, Ka
1 'parwk repented his defiance and upon a
' promise to send his girl to school she was
returned to him.
Believes Bite Has Wealth Rolling In
wealth, according to the mother's state
ment to Judge Futton In Juvenile court
M US day morning, the Arthur Williamson
family shows no visible signs of possession
Of quantities of this worlds' goods, ac
cording to Probation Officer McAley, Mrs.
Williamson deeply resented tho interference
of tne court and probation officers, but
"""the Judge was indisposed to place credence in
her story ot wealth and ordered that the
three children be picked up and brought
Into court, where arrangements for their
care will be made. Mrs. Williamson told a
weird story to the effect that each of the
children Is worth tl 6,000 and declared that
she has "the papers" to prove It.
FtDEKAL ENGINEERS 11EKE
Three Members of Board Listen to
Viewi from Different Sections.
MAJOR WALKER ROW OF 0JIAHA
partment nt Mlxsonrl Mrrti vlh
anil Hears the
Thre members of n,mTa of Rnirineers
of the Tinted Stat Knulnwr corps heard
expounded private views of the vagaries
of the Missouri river Monday morning.
River Improver, rlvll engineer, farmers
with lands which the river eat for break
fast, and various others told the I'nlt'd
States engineer what they thought ought
to be done und h'Hv they thought it rn
be done. The eng neers. It might be n:d In
passing, did not nlwnys ag ee. though the
meeting was, of course, quite harmonious.
Major Charles Keller ,,f Rock Island.
Major E. M. Kchuls of Knnsas City and
Major M. I.. Walker of Omaha, were the
three members of the (maid present. Major
Kellar Is president. Major Walker Is the
new chief of engineers of tne Department
of the Missouri, having enme to Omaha
Monday, sucreedlng Major Sehuli here.
Major Schulz goes to Kansas City.
Henry T. Clnrke of Omaha occupied a
good part of the time and he was followed
by W. S. King, a South Omaha rlvll en
gineer, who told of a scheme of his own
which ha prevented erosion of the river
side. James I I'axton of Omaha also
A large number of landowner from Pa.
clfic Junction were present with an appeal
for work In their neighborhood.
I.onrlirnn at om mereln I C luh.
At noon Commissioner J. M. Guild took
the whole party to the Commercial club
for luncheon and after this the englnneers
went to Florence where they looked at the
waterworks and took a motor boat trip.
Resides the engineers the following were
present at the conference which was held
at the headquarters of the Department of
Charles Howard,' W. R firoorn. Thorna?
Coglan, R. K. Lincoln, W. C. I ? lash mutt
and C. F. Davis of Pacific Junction"; J. M
Guild, J. O. Paxfon, H. T. Clarke, D. C.
Haas, F. F. Marshall and S. H. Heth,
Omaha; Henry Rrandt, Mills county. J.
N. Miller and F. C. Carey of Ashland; W.
F. Raker, W. F. Fllcklnger. J. H. Mayne.
R. Marks and W. M. Gibson, Council
Rluffs; Peth- Dean. Glenwood; D. Grimes,
Wann; W. S. King, South Omaha; T. M.
Carter, Plattsmouth-, H. W. Godesy, Fol
som; Thomas Lincoln, James Miller, S. N.
Lee, C. C. May and fl. L. Klser, Platte
vllle township, Iowa; H. F. Clark. Relle
vlue; J. A. Fox, Washington. D. C.
UNVEILING OF FAMOUS SUN
DIAL TO BE HELD SOON
Danahtere of American Revolution
Plan Ceremony for Hlvervlew
Governor to Speak,
The Omaha chapter of the Daughters of
the American Revolution will carry out an
Impressive ceremony In the unveiling of
the sun dial In Rlverview Park, October 15.
The speakers of the occasion will be Gov
ernor Abhton Shallenberger, General Gren
vllle Dodge of Council Rluffs and Mrs. O.
8. Ward, state regent of the society.
The sun dial was crested to mark the
OH Oregon trail. It will serve as one of
the sights of Interest. In this part of -the
country for years o 'come, owing to ; the
historical associations, suroiuidlng it.
POLICE TO PAY FOR UNIFORMS
Board Kntera A rrunKi'inrnt with Store
for Purrhaae of firemen and
Culler. In If onus.
According to an order by the police board
all policemen and firemen will have to buy
their own uniforms henceforth and pay
for them In cash on delivery. The decision
grows out of an arrangement by the board
and Hayden Brothers' store.
It Is announced that the order Is not In
tended to cause present members of the
two departments to get new uniforms now,
but Is merely to govern men joining the
forces In the future or old members at
times when they need new uniforms or
parts of new ones.
of Club Resign
Employes of the McCord-Brady Com
pany to Quit the Commer
Simultaneously with the resignation of
W. H. Mct'ord from the executive cotn
mltt.'e of tlie Commeiclnl club have come
the resignations from the club of all the
McCord-Rrady company men who have
belonged to the Commercial cl'.'b, with the
exception of Mr. McCord himself. He
holds his membership in the club anil as
indicated In his interview In The Her Sun
dav does not Intend to give this up.
It Is patent that the resignations of these
men who number something Hk8 six or
seven have come as an additional protest.
These resignations are not to come up for
action as is Mr. McCords' from the ex
ecutive committee, this taking place at the
meeting Tuesday floon. As In most clubs
the resignation of u member of the Com
mercial club Is self-acting.
Neither at the office of the McCord
Hrady company nor at the Commercial
club will Information be given as to the
names of the men who have resigned their
memtwrshlp. The membership roster of
the club gives, besides the name of V. H.
McCord, the following men of the McCord
Hrady company as members:
R. F. Baron. John S. Prady, Charles L.
Deuel. 1'. J. Hoel. II. G Hocl and A. R.
This roster Is not quite up-to-date and
there may be one or more men In the com
pany who have belonged to the club.
The resignation of Mr. McCord was the
chief topic of conversation at the club
Monday, particularly at the noon hour
luncheon. That the other resignations
have been sent Is not yet a matter of gen
Irom Long Trip;
Tells of Plans
Strange Properties of
a Wonderiul Drug
Headquarters Considering Troposal to
Establish Substation at Florence
and Postal Supply Station.
Cpon hi return Monday morning from
Washington, Postmaster B. F. Thomas re
Ported the plans he had advanced before
the postofftre authorities had met with
considerable favor, though a.), d 'finite ac
tion. Mr. Thomas reached Omaha about
T 3.". In the morning after an absence ol
He explained that his proposal for the
abolition of the Independent postofflce at
Flortnce for n branch office will receive
attention soon. It Is the postmaster's con
t ntion that with the estnhllshment of a
substation to the one In Omaha, Florence
would receive seven deliveries of mall a
day instead of the limited number It now
receives. The suggestion for a postal sup
ply station in Omaha was aUo announced
by Mr. Thomas to be under consideration
Negro Bites Off
Ear in a Fight
Two Colored Men Battle Over a
Shovel, with Serious Results v
In aflght over a shovel, Mose Lancy, a
negro, bit eff the ear of Fred B:11b, another
negro fellow workman at the Rryan, Ford
& McLaughlin asphalt works Monday morn
ing. The two men were employed at the
asphalt works and live at 1117 Davenport
Lancy Is alleged to have carried a vicious
looking knife In his possession besides
making the assault. He Is charged with
mayhem. Detectives Emery and Fleming
arrested both men. Dr. Rlshop of the police
department attended the injured negTO.
QUICK REAL ESTATE DEAL
Monlurouierr Sells His Home and In
Short Time Hays Home of
J. C. .Nelson.
C. S. Montgomery made a record for
quick real estate dealing Saturday and
monuay. oaiuraay lie sold his home at
Thirty-sixth street and Dewey avenue to
Iee MeShane for $16,000 and Monday Mr.
Montgomery bought the J.. C. Nelson hopie
at. 1.134 South Thirty-fifth street. The two
transactions were made by the same firm
J. it. oumont & bon but were separate
deals, and the first sale was not made with
the second purchase-In view. .
For, the Nelson house Mr. Montgomery
paid 4J.00U..-Mr. Nelfcon hmrgone to Den
ver as superintendent of - the 'Western
Union. . . . i
REAL ESTATE BUSINESS GOOD
Edition sif Iteal Katate Journal Trlii
of Condltloua Over the
"The real estate business the country
over Is In a highly prosperous state," said
W. Harrison Rurnell, editor and manager
of the National Real Estate Journal, which
U the official organ of the National Real
Estate Dealers' association.
Mr. Harrison la In Omaha en route to
Denver to help there In preparations for
the next convention of the national asso
ciation. While here Mr. Harrison Is gathering data
for a special article for his paper on the
Omaha Real Estate exchange.
HOLDUP SUSPECT IS CAUGHT
Harry Clark, aitected of Attack on
W. H. Hanker, Taken by Ue
Harry Clark, 2U years old, was arrested
Monday morning by Infectives Fleming.
Emory and Young. He la thought to be
the man who held up and robbed V. R.
He&ker of JW North Twenty-second street,
the night of October t. llaaker, who Is
tnfcnager Of the' Prexel Shoe company, was
knocked down and robbed of $i in change
kr two. young men. He told the police he
could Identity the assailants. He will be
brought to the police station to see if he
can Identify ourtg Clark.
FINED FOR THROWING AT CAT
Uneet at Victoria Hotel Fllnsra Ulasa
Slslewalk In Alulae; at
On char e of throwing glass on the
sidewalk in efforts to hit a yowling cat
Sunday night, Joseph Coleman, resident of
the Victoria hotel, waa fined and costs
Monday morning. So far as Is known the
cat escaped uninjured.
TURNKEY HEROLD GETS WORSE
After an Illnru o( Two Weeks He Is
Taken to Hospital for Fur
After a serious Illness of two weeks with
an aliment of the stomach, William Her
old, turnkey of the city Jail, was taken
to the Omaha General hospital Monday
morning. The man's condition Is thought
to be of a grave nature.
Hertford's Acid Phosphate
restores Btrength nnd vitality
and relieves mental and ner
vous exhaustion. It dispels
that dragged out feeling dur
iti(f Spring and Summer, the
brain fapr of the overworked
teacher, oflice or business man
m k it'-i, Xw M i A f; P:lS io& vH. I
(From t'hlcago Examiner)
1'rof. H. von St.trcka new Uiok. "Thirty
Years t)hsei ations of Ecteina." contains
much that will interest the la) man as
ell as the scientific reader.
"In June. 19S." he writes, "there ap
peared at the Insti'uie a woman. U3 years
old with hair unusually Interesting. It
was abundant and long, but upon close
examination two distinct growths of hair
"She said that up to four months pre
vious her hair was thin, straggling and
brittle, with a tendency to fall out. Dan
druff and eciema of the scalp had devel
oped, which she treated with a simple
solution made by dissolving 2 ounces of
quintone In H pint of hot water let cool.
"The result of the treatmnrt w hs that
the eciema and dandruff were eradicated,
and apparently the hair follicles were
revivified, for new hair appeared.
"For years I recommended quintone
In any case of ecxema on any part of the
"Brain throbs" come easy
if you don't have to scratch
them out through a heavy
coating of dandruff.
Riampoos at all first class
Men's r all Overcoats,
We claim the distinction of hav
ing the three greatest lines in town
at $10, $12, $15-iind wo'ro nv
arvd to hack up our claim with
tho test evidence in the n world;
namely, tho garments themselves.
We've military styles, Prcstor col
lar styles nnd regular overcoat
styles to please every taste and to
fit every build.
We've every new fabric, every
new shade nnd every new pattern.
The workmanship is of the usual
"Nebraska" sort the best that ex
pert tailors are capable of.
Don't postpone your visit, but
drop in now nud see these splendid
The House of
Persistent Advertising is the Iiond to Big Keturns
The Bee's Advertising Columns Are That Kond.
ANOTHER RECORD IS BROKEN
Musjtb Omaha Yards Receive 6t,278
Head of Sheep, Which Is the
World's lllah Mark.
South Omaha again broke the' world's
recopd for sheep .receipts Monday, with a
total of 6a,27i head recorded. The local
stock yards have been having a nip and
tuck race for supremacy wltrithe Chicago
stock yards since the local yards broke the
record September J6. The figure then was
63.215 head. Chicago took the record Sep
tember 28 wlth,S6,160, Monday South Omaha
swept the record aside with 63,100 sheep In
its yards and 6,ojfi In cars ready to be un
loaded, the total pssling 69,000 head.
To DIssolTe the Union
of stomach, liver and kidney troubles and
cure biliousness and malaria, take Klectrtr
Bitters. Guaranteed. 60c. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
Sunderland Bros, company. Forty-second
and Nicholas, frame shed, (1,000.
' a. T. Croker. the millionaire oil man of
Pan Francl-To, passed througn Omaha late
Sunday nlwht with a party of nine of his
Western friends wild business acquaintances
for Chicago. Th destination of the mrty
and the reason for the trip are unknown.
Charles Ware, general superintendent of
the I nlon pacific, left Monday for (he
a est fur a tour of Inspection over the
Uues of that road. He was accompanied
by W. A. Deuel general nianaavr of the
aloffal llnea. and who waa formerly a dis
trict supttFtiiteudrnt of (lie Union Pacific.
It la Mr. 4uel a Intention to resign his
position on the first of the year and take
a much needed vacation In Uia shape of a
trip i burope.
Now and ajain yeu tee two women past
ing down the street who look like sisters.
You are astonished to leara that they are
mother and daughter, and you realize that
woman at forty or forty-five ought to be
at her finest snd fairest. Why isn't it aP
The general health of wnaa is so in
timately associated with the local health
of the essentially feminine organs that
there can be no red cheeks and round
form where there is female weakneti.
Women who hare suffered from
this trouble hare found prompt
relief and cure la the use of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It gives rigor and vitality to the
organs of womanhood. It clear the complexion brightens the
yes and reddens the cheeks.
No alcohol, or habit-forming drugs is contained ia "Favorite Prescription. "
Any sick woman may consult us by letter, frtt. Every letter is held at
sacredly eonhdental, and answered in a plain envelope. Address i World's
aipeniary Medioal Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y.
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Newark's social centre
Eafily Accessible to
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NEW YORK. CITY
eHoiv about your crops this year?
purlna the season fust passed tf you could have given your
arowlng crops water when It was needed, wouldn't you have
more to show for your hard work than you now have.
- The -crop stories from the irrigated sections oTtlie west this year are as wonderful as ever. The farmers and
fruit raisers in this section are preparing for a very pleasant winter.' Some of them are going to move to their town
homes fox the winter, during the time when the social season is at. its height. Many are preparing to Ike long our
nevs, some o Europe, others will travel through many climes and countries in search of the pleasant and the beau
tilul, and all of them are giving their children good educations.
There's room for millions more
in this land of plenty
The Western Land-Products Exhibit
is to be held in Omaha January 18 to 28, 1911
It will show thousands of people where to find conditions that will suit them.
Thp farmer r". T?rie5,,!t soila nd fruits of the soil that are raisod under unvarying conditions
of plenty of sunshine, with water when and where it is needed.
Tl& Clt mnn in "d,18t circumstances will be shown evidence that will convince him that the west is the
Mi,y safest place to invest money, whether it be in land or some' growing business enterprise.
TVtP Jlin rnrirsv1i: find here a ohanoe to examine thoroughly the conditions in a land of op-
Kjiy KAfJU,U,ii&L portunities that promises greater returns, and with less risk, than can be found
in any other part of the nation.
TVin iniinn msrn with ambition and energy will find that this new country offers fabu'lou3 rewards
J. ill, yKJIAIiy lilU.ll to farsighted brains and persistent brawn.
The Omaha Bee and
The Twentieth Century Farmer
wish to convince the people about the wonderful possibilities of the west, and they are backing up the Western Land- ;
1 roducts Lxlub.t because they realize that an exhibit of this kind will show people more of the real truth about this won- i
derful section than any amount of pure talk; and their real interest in the upbuilding of this empire is due to the fact
that they realize that it is upon the west that Omaha must depend for its future progress and greatness. J
Land information bureau
Go West and
irow With It
So many of our reader- have written us from time to time, asking us for reliable Information
as to soil, climate and value of land In localities in which they were thinking of locating
or buying for Investment, that we have decided to establish a Land Information Bureau
This bureau will make investigations and gather data, so that It will be able to either answer in
quiries direct, or give parties wanting Information the names of reliable persons to whom they can write.
Wten writing, address. Land Information Bureau, The Twentieth Century Farmer, Omaha, Neb.
fJo West and
Grow With It
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