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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1910)
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UXiEf CUY iEVS.
Xoct prut it.
T'.mtw Co.. rnnr
hip Ton Kldrs in niltli. Omaha.
Oss Tutor iirtees-arsade Ce.
CKEAUrUKIb FROM TRItrP
ilripp County Man Circulate! Fab-
! ulout Cora Report.
tst Ory Clssalnf ,f jarmep.ts Twil
I. vV.,,.4, Si.nt,, Kltteent'l.
nest Osntistry v t of New York. t)r. ;
' "' National Het'k U.u.
iuopars' fvwrtte Bares is res.ly to j
i..ui i rluitnf !ith:iI orcharge on i
Misuse -8 ithlt mnt. 42 Hm Bids. Tel- .
t-lbme i.uiJKlaa .'3
Kant Mn; N tha landlord s profit. ,
Mail a savli.ge account wim Neb. Savings
- ln Asa'n to provide a fund to buy a,
t.fitu; Kwntm, Omeaa-
Ouinlii caeoer Co. H rl. !praue. preiU,
ni, ..rviih' a line lino very kiiid
i( rt.hhcr. tnuds," Including varkims styles
t liiuber Cueti and automobile ancestor!!.
ftr .Very lei. liable prices. 180 Harney
ueet. 'Just around the corner."
Charged with flaying Hooka For
"liiayina hooaej "Vtoiii school Jonn anil
; I Ch .Sot ion and Wlnslow Allen, a little
nur-i ' Imy. rrt sent to On lietentlon
a hool for n welt by .ludpte Sutton In
i n emU court Monday. The lada said they
"111 to to school "regularly when they re
. urn from the lienti-ntion achool.
art ay Korse"a rail Forest Ilaiard
oC Sr1 I,oi'ml street sustained a wrenched
inkle and severe bruises Saturday morn
ma'when a hor which he and Godfrey
Ward of Locust street were riding,
ilite on the wet pavement at Eigh
teenth and Owning Streets and fell with
them. Voting 'arli uninjured. Haxel
vttn treated by Ir. K. W. Connell and taken
Claims Ke Meant Wo Wrong- Innocence
of any wrong; Intent when he burned Pearl
Palmer, t-ycar-old' "daughter of Mr. and
Airs, U. H. rainier. S0I5 Oak alreat, by
pi ending hot tar on her leg was pleaded hy
jVnnle Jones, son rt Mr. and Mra. V. R
Jones, In Juvenile rourt Monday. No wit
nesses of the burning were present, so
Judge Putton continued the case for three
Probation Officer Injured Injuries of
a not serious nature were suffered by
Mogy Hernstcln, probation officer, when
ho was thrown from a moving nreet car at
Thirtieth avenue and Farnam atreet 8un
ilay night. Just at Lternsteln alerted to
step onto the car the motorman started It
forward with a Jerk. Tne officer waa
thrown forcibly to the pavement. His right
hand and his right knee were cut and he
' waa badly bruised over the foody.
Charge With Importing Laborers A t h
snaoioa Ullatotla, charged with Importing"
I (reeks from their native country In viola
tion of the federal contract labor law, and
who waft taken Into custody on that charge
October 10, will have a hearing Tuesday
morning before L'nlted States Commissioner
'iustav ..Anderson. (Sllatotis Is foreman ot
i I'tilon l'aclflc labor crew and It Is said
:ht he dealt wlui the labor of his coun
'.ryriien on a wholesale scale.
Malt for ' tha Boosters Arrangements
have been made w hereby anyone winning
:o Hend nmll or telegrams to the members
ot the trado excursion of Omaha may
catch them. Mest-ages going by mall must
be mailed befoie 4;30 p. m. for Fremont
on October i", for Ponca on October 2. they
iiiu'it l mailed from here before 1 p. in.,
Ironi Uloonifleld they must be malletl be
fore 1 p. -m., October -27: for Wakefield, bo
tore S:30 a. m.. October 2S; for Blair, be
tore 4:M p. in., October 28.
Charged with aHealtnf oreens Charged
with ulcillng screens, placing them in a
vacant hoiuse and then setting fire to the
biitldlne, Harry and Fred Compton, Elmer
Ui'Ovcs and Herman Chesler were brought
inl.ii, iuvfii. court Monday... J, it. ituitby,
the owner of the house, was not In court to
testify and the only evidence presented was
of a iKarsiiy nature. Judge riution con
tinued the case for three weeks and gave
the probation officers orders to have their
witnesses on hand when the case Is called
Writer Boosts for Omaha K. I. Haines,
iui.oi' oi tne Western lianltcr, haa a series
in articles going In eastern publications
cooMunL uinaha. In the New York Journal
oi Coo.nnice of October 1 Mr. lialncs hud
a coluniu story on the commercial and
tmancial proKiens of this city, laying stress
on tne grat new corn crop, the heavy
Miiccp receipts and the curtailing by banks
i loans of a purely speculative nature. In
Liu l.vening Post of October TJ an article
ui Mr. llaincs will deal with Omaha's coin
mniial magnitude, cither articles are ap
piailiih l Ihe Honton Market Keporler end
the Aiiicrlcan banker.
IsU to' Appeal front Verdiot Notice of
Peal to Lie &ureme court from a
('mi Judgment Tor damagea for assault
and ua.icry was filed In the case or Elmer
A. Johnxou aguinst James C. Irh In district
court Monday, Inn being dlssatlnfled.
v hen ion and others trespassed on the
property ot Johnson's mother, Johnson
uiu.i io dilve thcra and a fight en
Bticd. rial Hua getting hit on the head by
Uli. When a huU for damages, started by
Johnson, was tiled before Judge Bears some
eeks ago the jury lounU for the plaintiff
it iho sum ot l.06. Judge Kears reduced
the vei'dit't. to 1' and Johnson accepted
the reducMon. lah had either to pay or to
MU1 Hit Make Chaagsa Effective
ictoher ?1, the' Burlington announces that
;t.i tl.o hitavy travel is over with the stop
ping ot tourist rates .it will take off a
couple p.; the extra train temporarily and
the (line of o. tiers Is luaierially changed.
Nor. and 3S between lSdgemont and AIU
iiice aie dropped and Noa. il and 19, be
tween Ashland and .Sioux City,, are also
discontinued. Nos. i and 3 leave Llnooln
t hilly minutes earlier than heretofore.
The Aurora-Sargent-Uurwell train leaves
Aurora twenty-rive minutes earlier also,
ii.alving lu., departure at if li p. ni. No. 8ft
Is 11.14 Instead of l':J6 p. in. out ot Aurora;
.No: 121 Is I ti out of Nebraska City lnsuad
of 00 a. m.; No. 11 ueparts from HasUngs
at 3:40 instead of 4:oJ p. ni., and No. n will
be thirty minutes lalar all along.
redeial Orand Jury Ke-Ceavensa The
fedcial grand Jury which has had a recess
will re-convene Tuesday morning, and
thus early a large advance guard of wit
nesses from distant points has arrived In
the city. The oorrldors of the federal
bulldlnf were thronged early Monday
morning with an Impatient crowd from a
I dot. a er more Nebraska counties. "We
wsnt le get through and go home," was
tne conceited plaint vf all, but when at'
Kurad that there would be no occasion for
tbeir services yntll the morrow, they
strollvd out to see the city. It Is announced
by the authorities In charge that th re.
convening of the grand Jury la simply for
tiie purpose of cloalng up unfinished bus!
iiess left ever from the last sitting, and
H'st rcg of a suuitiig uatuie is un
HE 0R0ASIZED THE COUNTY
Bicycle Stunt by
a Naval Officer
Chooses to Bide Wheel to Conform
with the Requirements of
tt. H. Racks Tell of I. and that
lelal l aufeelteraMe 1 rops Bad f
Hetterfa) ettllaa Arlliltr
la the err Sertlna.
The lobhy of the Merchants' hotel betook !
'.he general aspect of a South Dakota
bnoater convention Monday morning, and
the stories told of big potato-, prodigious
corn yields and other great achievements
was enough to make the city man harken
to the call of the soli, doff business rai
ment for overalls and grab a hoe and a
railroad ticket for the promised land.
W. n. Flackus, the man who organised
Tripp county, South Pakotn, wns there,
ably seconded by F. C. Thomas, a mer
chant of Winter. S. V.. the town of Winter
be ng the metropolis and prospective
county aat of the Rack us bailiwick.
Mr. Backus Is first of alt a South Dakota
patriot-after that. h Is attorney for the
county of Tripp, largely Interested also In
asiiculture. He will remain In Omaha
until Tuesday evening, and he Is tskinic
keen Interest In the Western Unil Prod
ucts Exhibit to be given In Omaha next
January by The Omaha Bee and The
Twentieth Century Farmer.
"Tripp county," said Mr. Backus, "was
not. organised until June IS, 1W9, and at
that time there was. of course not a
school house In the county. Now wo have
sixty-five school districts, and each dis
trict has a comfortable school house. This
Is what I call quick work In educational
Trips) toiBtr Supreme.
"In an agricultural way we are supreme
tne only thing we need Is development and
that la corning rapidly. The population In
1KW was 34S, and It Is now believed that
the forthcoming Kovernment census will
show at lea:t lo.OnO population. Another
Oklahoma rush that Is wtiat we had, and
still they are coming.
"Hut to get back to agriculture; John
Hcmis, a Tripp county farmer, has perhaps
the banner corn crop of that section. Ills
flclde will turn out a yield avetaKing seventy-five
bushels per acre. Yes, I am
aware that seventy-five bushels per acre
la some corn wop, but If any there bo who
doubt, let the skeptic Journey to the Kemls
fields and see for himself the giant stalks
and the giant ears, thick as they can be
"John Bordeaux Is another of our ener
getio farmers. He makes a specialty ot
oats, and his crop this year will yield fifty
btiHhe.ls to the acre. Wheat runs from
twelve to fifteen bushels to the acre this
year, but that Is not up to the fctandard.
When It comes to raising potatoes we are
there with the best. Our soli Is well
adapted to potato culture and farmers are
very generally Inclined to that crop as a
side Issue. We also raise flax, the yield
running on an average of about nine bush
els to the acre.
"There are five Incorporated towns In
Tripp county, of which Winter takes first
ran. Lamro Is the county seat at present,
but we are going to vote next month on a
removal proposition. The Northwestern
railroad will be running into Winter within
a short while, as construction Is being rap
Idly pushed. There Is one distinction for
Tripp county of which We are especlally
proud, and that Is the fact that we have
no county debt not a single penny. Very
few other counties In any-state caft "Say as
Many uninitiated persons are tinder the
Impression that tho lieutenant In chatge of
the naval iscruiting station has an easy
snnp nothing to do but sit In his govern
ment building office, put a nautical twist
to his conversation and draw his pay at
the end of the month.
It these skeptics think as they may.
but Lieutenant N. W. Post of th local
recruiting station Is Just now Indulging In
an endurance stunt which Is entirely for
eign to play. Lieutenant Post "set sail"
early Monday morning on a hlcyle. full
rigged and Iron clad, for a one hundred
mile endurance cruise. This Is a rart of
Uncle Sam's requirements of every officer
In the navy once eivch year they must
prove physical fitness by taking some kind
of an endurance test. No, L'ncle Pam does
not specify that bicycle type of craft. The
officer. If he choose, may man a steed
across country' for one hundred miles, or
scoffing at horseflesh, he may If he so
elects, press his own sea legs Into service.
There Is considerable latitude as to that,
the chief point being that there must be
an endurance tect that tests, and the !'
mile Journey must not be made by Pull
man or other easy route.
LJeutenant Post elected to ship out on a
full rlsged bicycle, because he happens to
be skilled In steering that kind of craft,
lie has, according to the regulations, three
days In which to complete the test. lie
mlaht make a century run In one day
easily enotiKh and recuperate the next
day, but Uncle Sam will not permit that
method. The Idea Is to keep the offtcei
moving for three consecutive days, it be
ing calculated that he will be some sore
at the end of the fust day. some more
sore the second day and still more sore
at the close of the third day. One day is
a spurtthree days a test. That Is the
way Uncle Bam has figured It out.
The exercise which IJeutenant Pout is
now undergoing and which all other naval
officers undergo once each year, corre
sponds to the horseback endurance tests
required of the army officers.
Mother of Third
Set ot Triplets
Mrs. William 0. Clark Parent of Sev
enteen Children Tout Pairs
CLEVELAND, Oct. 21. Too late for the
census, but earnestly doing her share in
Cleveland's remarkable growth, Mrs. Wil
liam O. Clark, a Lake Side avenue matron,
Friday became the mother of hef third
set of triplets. Today, busy at her usual
housework, she showed the family Bible.,
which displayed the fact that she Is also
the mother of four pairs of twins and that
she herself Is the only sister of twenty
Two pairs of twins and one set of trip
lets were born during Mrs. Clark's first
marriage, and tho remainder of her seven
teen children came In groups during her
second marriage. 1
Down in Quiz
Man Charged with Kidnaping; Boy
Confesses He is Not Father of
Gets a Window
Most Unique Theft Reported in Ten
Years is that of Window
The prize burglary of ton years, since
that of a church cupola, was the one that
occurred Sunday night In the disappear
ance of an entire front wlndo-. Alflo
Garsotto, 805 North Eighteenth street, who
owns the house at SOS North Eighteentli
street, reports that the front window,
sah and all. have been stolen. It appears
that the burglars ripped the casing com
pletely out of the wall during the nlKht
time. The task must have been a stupen
dous one, unless the burglar had helpers,
and he must have used more effective
tools than a Jimmy.
Detectives Get Will Connell, "The In
dian" and Other Caught in
One rutin is a prisoner at the local Jail
and two others are being held In St. Jos
eph, Mo., as the trio who held tip and
robbed a druggist In his store at Fortieth
and Cuming streets a short time auo. The
arrest of Will Connell, alias "the Indian,"
was made by lietectlves Mitchell and Sulli
van Friday evening and was kept secret
while word waa tnlearaphed to St. Joseph
calling for the arrest of tho other two.
Tha downfall of the three men came
through the confession of a crippled
woman who had been under the influence
of one of the suspects named Charles
Moorley. According to the detectives this
woman Informed them of Moorely'a op
erations shortly after Moorley and George
Evans, the third alleged accomplice, left
for St. Joseph. The police caught "the
Indian" before he had a chance to get
away. Meantime the woman Informant
and Evans' wife disappeared.
In response to Captain Savage's message
the St. Joseph police arrested Moorley and
Evans and the two women, f he men were
Take Warn In a".
Don't let stomach, liver or kidney trouble
down you when you can quickly down them
with Electric Bitters. EOc. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
Fos net Beat Anderson.
FJTTSBUnCl. Oct. 34. W. . Fownes,
Jr., who recently won the national ama
teur golf championship at Boston, and E.
Ij. Byera. a fosmer national champion,
both of Pittsburg, defeated Willie Ander
son of Philadelphia and Gilbert Nichols
of Wllmlnjrtotv Del., both well known
professionals, Tottay. The amateurs won
bv 2 up on the first IS holes and 1 up on
the 3tS holes, winning the last hole In
Under a severe examination lit which
questions and accusations were Sent hurd
ling one upon another, K. Schuman, who
was arrested Saturday nlKht in Omaha,
charged with kidnaping Dewey Wellrnan.
an 11-year-old boy, from his home In Se
attle. Wash., last July, broke down before
Captain Savage ot the detective depart
ment Monday morning. He admitted that
he had taken the boy from his home and
that he was not the father of the lad, as
he had eventually maintained ever since
A telegram to the police, received here
Sunday from tho prosecuting attorney of
Seattle, ay Schuman la not only charged
wttn kidnaping, but a statutory charge
stands agalnat him.
Schuman la an odd appearing man. He
Is 4" ycara old and walk In a peculiar
stride that would naturally cause one to
look again at him Ja passing. His long
hair, reaching below hj cbat in back Is of
a yellowish shade, and be peers sheepishly
tnroutrn his spectacles, ahJch have unusu
ally thick lenses. The police declare he Is
the most repulsive man ever In the Omaha
ASK your favorite druR-gltt, or writs a
postal this minute, for a, liberal 3-dav,
not apply violent tnutfb, sprays.
douches to Irritate, smart and burn
l v. ;' i r f M a tl II l il f
V I . ,a. 1 Do
W ' 1 A3 1
S At All I 0r
i . . .: . i6
Relief In Our
the inrluTned mucous membrane. Kon-
don's Catarrhal Jelly, applied to the
affected surface, clettroys the germ.
Kondon's ( In sanitary tubes) brings Inttant relief (rent
every catarrhal compllcatlr Hay Fever. Attbma,
Latarrhnl riesnacne, bore l nroat, Deatnett, v.atarrn
of the (Stomach, etc. It will cure you.
Soothes, Heals and Cures
Get a 2Sc or !0c tuba for constant, handy nse
at home or In pocket; a speedy, permanent and .
safe cure. DS.IsiU drugif'sts sell It ml recom
mend It because it cures and contain so
harmful drug. If your cinuci'Ht hasn t
it, write tor Z.Vr or 30c t tube or tree
sample, postpaid, trout
POSTOFFICE AT NEBRASKA
CITY IS ROBBED OF CASH
Thieves lei'are bat Five Dollars
Federal Aathorltles Have Taken
I the Case.
The postoffice at Nebraska City was
broken Into Sunday night and K taken
from a casii drawer. The Omaha police
were notified by long distance telephone
Sunday morning of the robbery and asked
to hold any persona arrested who admit,
or are suspected of com lag from that
place. Federal authoritiea
tailed to work on the cata.
have been de-
Whf Seme Wcnea
Hire Beaotlful Hair
PROTEST ON EXFRESS
CHARGES ON MACHINES
ladae HaVer t'tlee a Protest Aaaiaet
tha Action of tho lt..ir
Jjdge Benjamin 8. Uaker, chairman vf
'he republican county committee. Mender
filed a pretext with County Clera llarly
warning him not to pay eupress charge of
j on the voting machines. Th lioard
Comity . Cimnu."ioners ordered iuis
ouut paid tictoixr lo. 1 he proit de
clares tiie order for the machine Illegal.
The u.ty to Ui bituatiwu bee Waut Ads
tFrom London Saturday Review.)
"The popular method of caring for tne
hair is wrong," says Prof. 11. U Suavely.
"Make your own Investigations and see
for yourself. Take the woman addicted to
freuuent shsiupoolng . with scented sosps
and 'the use of so-calied hair tonics and
compute her with the woman W, ue
panda upon th sane and sensible li
shampooing Only too often you lind the!
soan-and-w ater woman's hair thin, bilt
tla and dull In color
"Now note the results of dry sham
pooing. You find the hair long, abundant
and glossy. It Is fine in texture and rich
111 color. It Is light, bright and fluffy,
while the scalp Is clean and healthy.
You'll find no dandruff or soap scales on'
that head. '
"Any woman to properly care for liar j
hsJr should uss a dry shampoo. Mix 4 1
ounces of powdered orris root with 4 1
ounces of therox. Sprfnklu a tablespoon-!
ful of tMs mlMure upo-v the head; then'
bruBh the pod-r well through the hair, j
The therox and orris joit mixture Is .
nuch U'tter than iris rot aloue audi
tiierox tan be depend! upou to grow limr.
if an thing will." Adv. j
Chf of A-ocsrcrxosa
X? viu .Mai.
Coat f Production 605
Value) of Milk 11 20
Cot of Production 784
VaKt erf Milk 91010
Southwest Cows Yield
More Milk at Less Cost
Southwest Dairymen get more dollars' worth of
milk and it costs them less to produce it. The
ccw liva whsra beat never roba them of strength and extreme
cold never taxes their vigor.
Arkansas dairying conditions are luggastiva cf tha whole
Southwest, Forage crops grow in abundances tha climate is
ideal; there ere no long feeding period to aat up profits, hence
cost of production is low,
Already distributing centers ask for Southwest milk by
Mum, Splendid markets are in quick and eay accet. Cream,
a net and skimming station are being installed all along th.
Reck island Lines. Most towns have there already.
Buy a few Southwest acres and grow ikh. Tha average city
nan is getting lets and less every yaar w bile South watt Dairymen
make bank deposits.
Tha richest country in America a region where you still
have a chanca to buy good land) cheap. Write naw for free
information facts about what other have dona.
IMPORTANT: Th. Reck UUfi Asricultura! Bur.aa will tk.w yeu
hw iw ua auk. mmt froa ta. vary Mut kr rumi lh crap wkick
yrow aiftd sjuickMl aaa cle t mm tb. in which you cIwm.
w its, taw wtMiMct, th pmiir n.t W pihcatioo m r tur ta
auk a pUaita muim s4 ihi vwiiw.. I Ut k.w a.k roe tu
k"i M waa g. aad what you waat I. srow.
AadrowL. M ALLEN.
Traffic Maaaatf ' jural Jioajiian,
La Sail. Sutua . Thara Vtct rtMUMt.
Your Fall Overcoat or Cravcnette
Ilns it boon soloctoil yot. or havo you fiulotl to luul in me
ordinary nssortmonts of onliniuy stoics a arniont to
Vhtrver the frts. you'll never flnii, anywliprc, Kurnirnts that
can b comparrd with ours at $10.00 anil $15.00.
hava "Military ' toats. "ITesto'' costs and 'Regular" over
coat atyloa to please every taste from the moat conservative to tha
Their fabrlca are all new and handsome In ahadc and pattern
and their workmanship la absolutely first class In every detail. Any
and all of then coats ar perfect In fit, aervlce and shape-retaining
qualltiea. And, too, the Cravenettea are as nearly waterproof as any
cloth garment can be made. Consider these facia when you're buy
ing a coat, and compare other $15.00 and $20.00 coats with oura at
i i r v i i
1 a . a f I .
S10.G0 and S15.00
"THK HOISK DP HKiH 31KUIT"
tl 1 Mil
Do too know that Baking Powder
nndergoes a chemical reaction la th
rrocesa of baking which entirely changes
tha nature of the original substance i It's a fact.
One of the greatest authorities on Chemistry la I
roantrv found that a loaf of bread made from a quart
f flnnr. leavened with Cream of Tartar Baking Powder,
contained 45 grains more Rochelle Salts than is contained in
one Sedllts Powder.
Remember, this drug was not in the can. It waa formed by the
chemical reaction that took place in baking.
That is why so many baking powders which produce impurities in the
baking caa be advertised as "absolutely pure." It may be pare la the can.
but it is not necessarily pure la the food.
CALUMET is absolutely free from every imparity. Food leavened with it contains
no Tartaric Acid, Rocbelle Salts, Alum, Lime or Ammonia. It is chemically correct.
CALUMET is the only high-grade baking powder sold at a moderate price. Do
not confuse it with the cheap and big can kinds, or the high-priced Trust brands,
It ataods alone.
Ask your Grocer for and insist on having
L DMIUG POt'JOEH
Received hlgtWst award
World's Pur Food Ex
position, Qiicego, 1907.
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Thursday is home day.
Read the bargains offered by real estate
dealers in Thursday's Bee.
It will pay you.
If you buy a borne on the easy-payment plan, you have planted a seed
ot thlft tbat will goon grow to a atrong tree of Independence.
You will want to buy more property aa your Income IncreaHos. You
will see the possibilities of Investment ir. Omaha real estate. This Is tho
experience of others who have bought homes, paying a few hundred dollars
down and the balance iu monthly payments.
In the real tstate columns of Thursday's ilee will be found a great
many choke homo bargains advertised for sale on the easy-term plan.
BEE WIT ADS PRODUCE RESULTS
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