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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1910)
Till; OMAHA MTXPAY BF.K: OfTOBKR HO, 1010.
1)0 US I k lb TELL OF THE IK II'
FROM OMAHA SUBURBS
Vc Detail Was Lett Undone to Make
Excursion Profitable. !
ALL CALL IT VERY SUCCESSFUL
. nllil h? it la I i I ,. hi l.h r ,1 Karl
ihst Full l:riiraliicia trr I lie
lllaht IhlitK n. Wilt
Hriiiii l.no.l l(e..iil.
P. I- : H R.-nili(i f,n U. r jurv
mc. I'nni ll;,skell hi. I....
Ill III" ln
f onutha was n
I ade (M il .l,,n t "p "
club Ik lrvf'l dn.-." h
chairman ...' i !.. t . .).. ,
of tho Comn.ir. lal chin,
man re-punned to ever:.
.,' li. i f.,;!
' the f 'ommr; cat
". H I la. 'ward.
t. nvion commit). e
"in the way every
4 jll aivl marched
! w e k .
! 'V H. i lirntfnmu Ik doing bin
1 i.-duo Si.runi
Miss Mary K'Miri'li i
! at O'Neill. Neb
i -Mi. John o I:, nuke was looking ovi-r the
wiui f:trni Hnnil;".
, 1 . IM UK-Oil. Win
I i" getttni; alone. Me.;.-.
j .luck Fitzgerald ttutiketed a eat load of
j hog Mwdii) . (;.!, Ina ..--, !.,r ih. ni.
P.e c. .-i. Sloan . lb" guest of Mr.
: Jii'l Mts. Babbit Sundae for rt riper.
II". :niii! ( ii nsKiian entertained tii
Athit . 1 1 1 :- at his home Tuesday evening.
I rn 'latun of her wink a organist in t lie
Mis. l.iti. I Kibble of Nil.'". Mn n . is "I
, gu.-i-t Ml the home of Mr. and Ml. C. W.
1 Child. I
I Mls tMaiiscr i mei tinned Mili ." Until
. l.llams. Mildred an.l Vn.la Anderson lax I j
I Stlll'lav . I
URIEF CITY fEWS. M'YANN TALKS ON VALUES I
1 Mr and Mr. Ceorge Hr.in.lt of Nebraska
... : t "it . .rh.. spent a we. -a visiting at the:
h lorenre ...
til guest of friends
ha been iik
at. every to... wiMl.ir the May wan for a
few mlii'i; or an hour.
"No call t. ii.un' ,-1 t made upon any
man." i onliut i M. . Ma ward, "which was
not Instanti re ..on -n d to. and in p.ensaiu
weather ati.l in fre xln;;. v. hen th- air was
still and vhin horrible mist sf ima blew,
every hoont ; y, a - in I'm nn,l tli parttden
.Rent off uit.i mliltp.r nrecti :rn."
Mr. Havi'i m -j il . idis "Jiat the woi ,.
of prepn.iPH !.. of t he trlii ws done
t hi time muni inn. minutely ut-d care
fully than ewr h-for.-. mii.'I thai tins Is ore
r-on !iv li t. trio I j I .i!,-h excellent re
lulw. "No contii.),'!!' ,.-e tl.i-outilioMt the
trip that had i.nt bo in foiw.,n and the
arranaenivrits ma!'.. I.y Mr. "lullil. It
Hhould be notfd II hi v. h"i; tho trade trip
J'ers were imahle to aecuro a.niie nun to op
erate the ino in p.ct'.ii i.- niaohtiix. K. A.
Van llueen of the Ja-,iui!li' 1'llm Nervine
i'me to the front and ?Hv.'d the eitnatlon.
lvng all Ira tun for thi.- day. 1
' ComnilxKi.tr. .r t: illd. i k - the o her hotut
rs, returned tired, t-u' KnMcfi-d Hh the
reanlta of t ne u i .
"The.' oxiiui e, ti m.L - a" h d he. "that, a
fall trip v. tiier, v ... i ;.t furt d-.-pir-d experi
mental, and ...mi o. . nniihle value. Is
a Mood tliln,-.."
W. A. t"u:.i.U ii. inatiiiKi- of the eiiih pnh
lielty tiiraj, d, mrd that the eountry
ialtert ehowtil rmiii . 1H hie prosperity and
veaithr M. :...:.! uV, n.r-iitiemccl on the
p;tlnntalih Ivi-i'i nl tv shown by every
tn iri'i,rn t rhe elahotate program
1'iepa.ted I ;. i'a eiiiiin of one community,
whlrh. Ilea near a rlty comet:ni with
Mia ha, but v hlrn ..'. t.r-i!ttit from that
luwn'a trafjn eKCijvion itirii-rar.v bwanee it
fifctitid that the .tnuMi-r vlty was com
I .lately' theirs.
Jils.e. ( orl. e Noii'l and Catherine Me-1
l.auK'iim have been guestx at the home of J
lleien .orii.- durmx the la."t i-ck.
Mr. and Mis. struther of I 'e Moines, j
la . rp"'H lh-r last we. k at the home of i
Air. and Mia. Sherrld W'inn. j
Mis T. J. Kmei v of seeola. la.. Is a!
Kuust at the home of .Vis. M. C troodtnin. j
; her daiiKiiter.
Mr. and Mrs. Hai-ve. .inith and Mr. and j
1 Mis. K. .duns of umana spent la.st Snnda
at Hit- home, of M'. and Mrs. i'.. C. Ilodder. .
Mesdames vatn Minimi rmaii. C. A.
I'na IMeau-iire eluh mn a larvelv ' Traey. K. A Mason and K. blljenatolpe t-
at'enihd dame af t ole hull Saturday e en- ' ! nniM the brtHKia.-t K'en last .Monu.iy I
hu. ( mm ninK at the Heiishaw.
W l'iam yu p rr'iot n and Miss Kith-rin ' Ahss Kate i'nnty of linoaene. la., upent ,
... Kascit of ' linn ui were mirrierl Wednes- (two days last io-iK at the lean home.
BTt Koot Prtat It.
Ttmaa Co., Printers
F. J. Oraadon k lout Coal.
Ship Ton Kldaa to Smith. Omaha.
Gaa rixtaraa Burataaa-Graudan Co.
at Bty Cioaninff of aarments. Twli
C':t" Pye Wo, m, u. Soutn Fifteenth.
aiatt Dantlatry west of New York. Dr.
r:ii.e. ,J4 city National Bank Hid.
Intraatmaata In the Nab. Savings tt Loan
Ann earn t par annum, credited emul
annually. $100 to la, 000. 1S05 Farnara
St--t, Board of Trada Hulldlng. Omaha
Omaha ftnbbar Co. H. tpragua. presi
dent. i rriowing a fine line oi "eiy kino
uf rubber mmdi," InrJudlnf various fctylea
of rubber ctiats and automobile. a cessorlt.
for very reasonable pritta. 1)6 Haruey
street. "Just a-ound the ecrner."
Lecture at tlia Library I'rof. l'aul II
I I . A. Hi-vain of I ort IhhIup is a uwt ot i . . .
Mi. I.y man ;,ilfith and .Mrs. Vioia ivt.'lt ill daiitlitor Mis. ionald Kaher. ,..uerHiuie at trie t niversity oi -eiiiai-Ka
w;e the quests of innalia fil'tiia Friday , H. T. Knudsen relumed on Tuesday tiom
eenii:. narHI1. la . wnere he spent a fe days.
Mrs. '. fl M, h .u iias the umi of Mis ! t,. ;,..,. s.. i',.lurll .ml Miss Anna
Oeorae Naile in Omaha Thnrsdny evening I l.entier of tm aha spent last tjunday wiin
I friends In l.enson.
! Mr. and Mr.-. M. .1. Chalupsky enter-
: tamed Mr. and .Mr-, lioyd oi s-outn Omaha (
, ai ii'iiner on .-iindn, .
1 'r. H. friteharil is stofUiiiK up the Kln-le.-.
farm with pedixreed sloek even to the
Mro, Vim I'lan'i. tie- Jessie Tnrr. who
has been 111 for the la."t week. . yett.nst
a Ion nleely now.
.). I,. Houston, who underwent an opera
tion a', an Omaha hosptal lasi a I..
slov J- ;mpr,M'ina.
Mr. llasens of Si -ii .e . la, who i- In',"' Mk lliyv llle, InO., ate spenditm two
sT'iest of her ila'iahf r. Mr. I'nan. is .i v of sht lh ille, Intl.. are spenditii, two
111 nt fl'.e Fa-I'vlie. I v eeks Pltini; .Mr. and Mrs. Jatnea Peter-
Frank Parker, win. iius beer, eiijovltic mi ' ""r"
automobile trip through the stale, returned I U Jones has returned to Ida home in
to Florence Tuesday. I Osceola, la., after a visit at the home of
Klla Mar Ul.-h. the t,-veeks-old l.ebv ofiM"' M- i)odwin.
Mr. and Mrs U. J, llli h, died .utidav and Mr. and Mrs. .1. P. Khle-s entertained Mr.
was burled Monday. i and Mrs. Sam Willets of Wyoming at dlii-
Missew Com and Marilm Moon, of I .in- ! er iast Sunday.
will Rive a course of lectin es on Herman
literature and of interpretations of Ibsen
llaiiptmann and Sialermann on Mondays.
4 to 6 p. m., beginning tctober 31, In the
lecture room of the public library.
Taylor Oaia a Yard let Verdict for Wll-
' 1 am F. Taylor In the sum ot f.iM for dam-
Mr. and Mrs Letts ittendd the wedding, j axes suffered as a result of sale of liquor
,u their son. Charles Belts, last Thursday , h, b J(, n ,k retmed be
It.,.. 7llnm.:'ni.l. left las fn I .ollis- ' " JUS" uri t-ailiriJRJ
vllle, .Neb . to take up a position
nolti nrrived Saluiday to be the (ruests
of Mik. Viola Fettit.
Mr. and Mis. Winnci d r and children and
Mr. l-arn"si Shi'.le wen, s-iesis of Mr.
and Mis. Si. ill Suud.iN.
Mi s. It. W. Schnini of Sl.eir Falls S. I ...
Ir v.sltinK ber fatner. I,, srlplev. and sis
ter. Mrs. . ii. Thomas.
Seven of the members of the I lose lte
bekaii lodge visited the Huth lodKc in
Omahii Saturdiy evenlnvi.
H. J. tirove returned home last Friday
it om a business trip to bloomlngloli, 111.
Last Wednesday evening the Henson
KaKles went to South Omaha to attend ttie
vli.nn i oncert given by the ICasles ot tlyit
the Jury in Judpe Sears
at ttiat I morn ng. 1 he lltie guaranty and Trust
company, co-defendant, will have to pay
this sum at once unlesa a new trial is hud
or an appeal taken.
Judgrmaat Ag-atnat mailxoad .ludRinent
In favor of Mrs. Maty A. Mulloy asainst
the Union Iaciflc railroad for the death
of her huaband In the sum of I1.5H0 waa
rendered by Judge Kstella in district court
Saturday. Rlglita to trial by Jury were
waived by both parties to the suit and the
action was tried to the court. No appeal
will he taken and the Judgment will be
J Tells of the Testimony Before the In
terstate Commerce Commission.
FIGURES TAKEN AS CORRECT
shovia M here the Flsarea tilvrea h
t.eaeral Manager Mard at the
Rnrllaaton Weal t Applr
tn Property in Omaha.
K. J. Mv Vann returned from Chleair.i i
Saturday mernlnK and told questloneis '
about his dlsputo before the Interatate '
Commeree commission with T. E. Ward, !
general manager of the Hurltngton, on land
values of the road In the famous freight ,
late case. j
"Mr. Ward." eald tha traffic bureau man
alter of the Commercial club, "testified thai
the total cost of reproduction of the Pur-ling-ton
road would be livio.nori.iiou. In this
nan an estimation of land value at ahout i
llmi.OOO.Ortl. Mr. Ward testified that he 1
obtained this figure hy going over ter- .
initials and land and multiplying the value I
obtained by II. because their eberlence bad '
demonstrated that it coat at least three
ttmes the value to buy the land.
"I said that tha Burlington waa assessed i
here for ,T0.i0 for land: that by the sale '
method of obtaining: value utilised hy Y. !
(J. I"re in his work for the Nebraska tate i
j Railway entnmiHaion, the Omaha property
of the road was worth Juat 25 per cent
mora than tha asaeased value. i
"This would glv the Burlington value In I
Omaha land at a little more than l.mo,no. I
and ut-lng Mr. Ward multiple of S, the
result seems to justify his figures. j
What Property C'nata.
'I had no quariel with his value, but I
fhowed. aided by Mr. I'res ftuures. that
.i s. W. II. Saffvird and granddaughter j made In the generai freight o.ficea of tne
the aetilnl nilrehnres of th railroads tn
Burlington Chang A change has been U,Inah. fr ,. v..Br. rtM . .,
leit ih,sL Monday afternoon tor their borne Bul lil l,,n , Un,;l)ia fellowing ti e lea,vln -, , ,,;,! '. .
in I'latismoutn. alter a few days' vi.dt with K.K.k,n,..,a.n ho ,. ..uie ,n j f'rl, ,s of adjoining property. Ins
lrlemis in Henson. of H"" liUlk'n"a'"' " wus V J Tr cent as averted bv him.
those roads to exceeil bill per cent of the
lead rf :
Johnson having charge of the tariff dejmi t
metit. and J. H. Piiggs, taking the rate
depaitnient. The officials In Omaha con
sider that the growth of the Omaha freight
business Justifies having the sepurate de
partment. Zn tb DlToroa Court Lucile C. Race
was granted a decree of divorce from Wil
li VIII,. l, II ..
I ! II' I I'll,
ocpiitv Urnu.i .V.mvi' If. ..elfield of Omulia
an.-is led In I. a .eri'.n.ii i. .j,
YOltK-T'ii t ii,. t . . - n . i Ldwaid I. Guel
man and .ivm iii.ii.. l,.tt
vi.iiiih people n, ii u,i,; v'ork. linn soletu
i, ir.eit at i-,. jiw-i .' . i.,mi' I'liureli, Hei.
l-nther Cuileu m I'.r.-itltin.
K KAlt.M- V- ( , r.i'ian.' A. Seeond Ne
hnislia reMini i.t. ue- nirpeeted hv Ma .oi
K. H. riu-ipr. ,-,i.i stated litter Ihi; In.-iiee
tion that tlie loiiipiitiv H aiinory nan in
Mis. .1 1 1, Killers was hostess last week I rate ana tniiit uepKrimeiu. two aepan
to a class of. fifteen candidates for the menta .!!! huv-A the vnrk hereafter 1.. V.
,m'' .-ieri reiuriieii an.niiax iro n in- nihts and LaiiieH of Securitv. lir. Kam-
ftg.) where he went to see the world's ' sf.v 0( umaha made the examinations.
ch..mpt...,l,ip base ball givnies. , Th. wu,,rtlnK ot Mlf, Amanila Anderson
. II. 1 homtisrin. who has been out on a la.,.i vi.. n,,u i ,,,! .a,. r,n t i-tr,!,..r
Icoinlined business atid hunting trip for the , 3 at ,', st. Aun'ustlna parsonage. Key.
last three weeks returned Mndav. Ellmnn officiated. Mr. and Mrs. V. F.
Mr-. J. T. Houston, Mrs S. W. ()ive V Igren wete the attendants. Mr. and Mis.
and Mrs. F. H. Nichols were guests i f Mis. I.lnd will reside in Benson.
Charles Partridge In Omaha Thursday. j Peter Gravett was hurled against a pile
Miss C.ks. the teacher of the Stoltenbuta of brick in Omaha last Wednesday by a
school, nave n box social ut ti e -i-hool : runaway horse, and knocked unconscious, i am r.. r.,co tiu oepiit v division of (lis-
house Friday that was well attended. ' Bfniient?'nutihiir?nW'',,'ne'i l I ourt Saturday. The' decree gives the
Mr. and Mrs. I!. II. Srencvr of Florence ; apparently unhurt. , .,
Height... expert to leave shortly f"" New; F. J. Utadly moved his moving pietute j mother custody of the daughter. xanf the
Yorl. ritv, where th. expe t to rpe id the j Bhow from Henson. after having conilucted father permission to see her nt reasonable
wlntci. j one here for six weeks, and will go Into j t mps ordera the mother to consult the
Joseph ,-ai-Hatids :- .-ai-oid Lai';' wi.a -... . husband regarding the rearing of the
snot ,n the toreiicail with n .'.' i-nincr rine. a special meeuug or tne ommereiai
but Is out of hanger now and Is srettinij 1 club whs held last Tuesday evening. A re
alotig nii'elv. .port of the club room committee showed
Mr. a,,d ' Mrs. ,is Plait, who have I J'"' lefise of rooms on .second ''""'' t ''n
i.eo.i .1 ii -.i.riiM, ii :,. tr and .Main streets, at M a month and
Plnut waa under treati'irn for rheumatism. ; the puichase-of tnU worth of furniture
"I waa also able to nhow by the Mlnne- !
I sola official appraisal report made at the
time the roads of that state wete valued
hy tho state, that railroad property in
; Minneapolis cost It per cent. In ft. Paul
ITS per cent and in Pulnth 135 per cent of i
I adjoining land values. i
"My figures were strongly disputed by i
I counsel for the road at first, but when!
they pur Mr. Ward bark on the stand, he!
admitted that my baste figure were cor- i
led. and ho also admitted that the use of !
a multiple of three was incorrect aa to !
Omaha. 1 did not hear his subsequent tea- j
tlmony, hut I was told by a member of
husband regarding the reining of the the commission that the matter had later
daughter, and orders the husband to pay ,' be-n entinly cleared up and admission I
the wife 17 a week for the child's care and made that my figures, were correct. '
education. I "The Importance of the nropoaltion lie !
chnlta Bound Over AVrain After a pre-
r. turned Frldav.
Mis. o. p. Nash
two well knownihnai been the gueat of the Mcsdar-es Pris
ts rent Interest has been shown In the I llminary examination In municipal court
of Kansas Clt-'. who Alexander-Muggins revival meeting!., and uu Sehultx. charged with removing' inort
I'lu for the
last two wor its. returned to her I
todav three will be held, one In the morn-
liu; nt 11 o'clock, one In the afternoon nt
gged property out of the county with In-
ml in the .venlmr at 7:4.-. o'clock. The lent to oervatui tne l.ouier oi uie inongane
KtiM.luv s'.M,.v1m uill hold their regular ser- ; of his aeeuritv. was bound Over to district
Mis- Anns lamise Kno.dW of Chicago : i,. i ......i, elmreti at the usual hours. ! . i... i,i. t;.a r....A wai,.r.i.u r.,,
. i.e.. n,,.,, i i m nir . u v.i i" .. i i The people at the mass meeting held fo-
orence oimsted until pftor the Met ,.,.,. 'street car service, appointed a eotn-
olm.Med wedding. mltiee of seven. four men and three
better than the average condition
KKIIlXliV I'l.i' new I nited Pretht
church, w hich -r, a completed two w.-eks
ago. w ill be ii. .in. a ten Sunday afternoon.
JJishop M. v . Weeiily c.f Kansas City inc
line cliarire ot tln devllciltlon services.
ItF.PClil.lCAN t'lTY-P. K. Sanrord.
piepi-U l,.i ,.' ttie iiiiritngtoii iiotel in this
vli. and Mik. .Minnie J ears ot .leiitilliAS,
Isan., wore united in marriage by Ju'igu
a i women, to meet with the company and
report ai neM meeting xo ue ueiu on .oc
C. A. llrigg returned Friday from
hum Ina trin out In the state. He brought
''buck a lot of game to prove that the ! PVcnlnc of November S. I
shooting was good. I M,,, r r;. Anderson and Mrs. Adamsoti
Miss Helen Stern of Chicago arrived spent a dav of the last week as a guest of
Wednesday to he the guest of Miss Hor-,Mrw t"urltulat of South Omaha.
enee Olmsted until the Met loud-Olmsted , Mr ,1)ul Mr- r Michael announced
.vddlug. Tuettday. tle Pll)fHKement of their daughter.- Flazel
Mr. J. J. Sttill. who broke his ribs some p., ( jr. Alfred O. Kocher of Seottle.
time uno and was Just able to be about. ; Wash.
Hectic, at the court houac In Alma. .eb.. j """'O w't.1' the misfortune to re break I Tnn oca, - r T v hpM nleetinB nt
lliursday. - " rrn- , the home of Mrs. Miinaell last Friday after-
KKAKNF.Y'-A divorce was granted In 'Ir'' l"fav( or otin ago. wno nas nnun. Pontine business was transacted.
j-ro niriuvMui oei imiira., .mi. aim .. M w f xvndell celebrated her birtn
.1. L. liousion. for the lant slK weeks, re-; ,jtty annversarv last week when a number
turned to her home Friday. ; lr frjends were guests ut her home. Lunch
, C. Netherway of Pesota, who has pur- I waa scrvetl for the guests, who were
chased the Klts-liie farm, was a Florence I Misses Agnes. Constance and Porothea
visitor Tuesday. He expects to move on ! Flelgner of Omaha. (Sretchen Cheney and
his new farm about the first of March. j Agnes Tyndell of Uenson, Messrs. Ward,
Mr. and Mr. J. C. Colcninn of Surprise. I Walsh, W ill and F.arnest Tyndell of Benaon
Neb., who have been visit. mr In the east ; 'll Fate of lo:l Omaha,
knil are on their way home, are the guests) Mrs. Charles A. Tracy and Miss Stigor
of Mr. anil Mrs. W. H. Parks this week. ' returned home last Friday afternoon from
Tecumseh, Neb., where tho latter'went n
tilstnet com t Friday to Amanda Haxzard
liotu bet I. unhand. L. A. llaz.aiil. on the
jtroundH of i riieii, . ntth partlea are prom
inent resldent.-i ut Miller and well known
throughout the count;..
NliHHAdKA CITY At the Institute for
the blind Friday uiening a apeclal musical
program was rendered by the student be
fore a large audience, followed by an lllus
tiulnl lecture by Superintendent N. C. Ab
bott on "Mono and Her People."
KF.AKM; The retail merchant of this
city h.Ul a meeting Thursday evening and
effected a permanent organization. N'. i '.
Kenworthy. representative of the National
and State Federation of It.-tiCl Melehitnts,
(Jlrecled the w oi'li of organization.
TKl'l'MSKII ilon. Itichard L. M.i.nile,
associate eititor of il .- Coiiuiuiin I. in
1 .1... l.,....l,,' I u.,., t. .l,,,,.el, ,.,,,1'.,. nml'li.
lug Kev. torge H. Sloan vlll have as his I ueiegau n. ti e eoiiM-iiu.m ui io ji-i-
..III. I) 1 tili'lduuil Ul n uiiikii n viuuw. mi". . iu.,'
Ill relation to the amount of Inflation there
may bo in ihe claimed land value of 1160.
(Oe.OeO for the reproduction of liurlliigtou
The hearing before the Commerce com
mission w ill end. say Mr. McVann. Mon-
day or Tuesday, and the case will b I
big. HI bond waa placed at ll.Otm, which j argued in Washington some time In He- j
was furnished by his mother-in-law. An j cembei .
automobile was the mortgaged property I
which. It waa shown by testimony, had I 'When the wise dog got out to kill sheep J
been taken by
county and old.
Bchtiltii out of Douglas i "s a ",nM lane that has no punc'ured
Bchultz I out under
bond charged with manslaughter. While
driving an automobile last July, he struck
William Krug. who died ot his injuries
hortly after tha accident
Plgger. Better, Pusler That 1 what ad
vertising Jn The Pee will do for your
topic, "Christ and the Father Will." in
tlie evening ha will sp.au on "Jesua Way.'
is president of tlie local club.
VOTING MACHINE CASE SLOW
Indication Are that Mearlnat .Will
Not He mpleted Before Mon
Healing of Charles Lolieck's mandamus
action to compel County Clerk D. M. Hav
erly to use voting machines at the Noveni-
I her election wan delayed for an hour by
! haggling over Immaterial point by A. YV.
Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Olovrr of Omaha- A I'.tnson whist club was nrgnnlzrd ln.'t
were guests at the Carkslde 'n'l; !,;, u"s vt. S V. , Z , Jef ferla and John P. Preen, attorneya for
l.'IIIOOll Hllt-r lite l Ull. liu.ll MHllir 111 n IIILII .ucinu, . . --....ne c... . ;
Monmouth t Howard; secretary, t naries
tne court hou.-o in T.-cuniBeh Sau.ida'.
eruuvii, November 5. at 2:SfJ o'clnck.
.IaI., nla'.a u-i.h Ihn Muninnii.li Tf.un.-d- rla l-v I' idr PH Miraullp! trpilS-
aiid Itev. I F. Koacii. pattor of bt. Paul s! .'arks. j tuer. II.'' o. Wul'ff. The next Tuesday
'""i ,.iiu..ii. i, oi on., v.ii. ,-n.aK i t . .. , .... , j . i even na l ie c oh will meet In tha t'oni-
Lewis tendered him a ?ui pilso party nt bis ! merclal rooms.
home, on llluff street i'llday evening. , The funeral services of James McMalion,
a lleul.' ,,1.,., will. ..u.t.uu r.,tr.,iitl. 1 ..-I... I . I ..n T . ,...l , . . ,k..,..l,u .,1.1
this city, one ot the flit atructurea In ! ments were' served. ' I was liotd In ,t ' Thnrsria v mornlnir at
Kearnev, will be dedicated next Thurartav. ... . u...,!'. o,....-i. 'n.dnM.1 hv
cenlnif with congestion of tho brain and Father Moria'ty. After the services the
lltd Wediinsdav iisuning at 11 o'clock. The body was taken to Plalr, Neb., for inter
fjneral took plai e from the home on But- ment.
lain street Friday afiernoon Rt S o'clock. j -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen, who have, Irvlamton.
came t.iki-u an ex,enslo trip througli Ihe went, I Mr. Proiiaghr a native of Persia, gave n
i.'iivniii sntutiiay ny tne way or aiexico. lecture at the Christian church Munday
All"ii reports; having had a ery good i morning.
Itlshop Scuniiell of emu ha will douicaie tne
church and Key. J. j. Ie..ne oi (.'... - jime
will preach the sermon lor tho occasion.
NliHUASKA CITY Frluuy the N.lirasUa
City VlneKar works ii c rived forty rarr of
apples, whiili will tic con .'cried Into elder
ana liiegar. .Vlnst of ti.o apple,!
from southeastern .i t-reska and o few
Many a man who want the earth Is
obliged to take water.
Ignorance of the law excuae no one
not even young lawyer.
An anostie Is a person who believes In
almost anything except religion.
The gossip can read between the lines,
even wh'-n there ?s nothing there.
The sea of matrimony Is naturally bov
eined by Ihe tlod.
The average man doesn't envy a dead
one till he marries a widow.
Stupidity may not be a crime, but the
dull blade makes the ugliest cut.
Sick-bed repentance seldom lasts long
enough to pay the doctor.
The Latest Reigning Hair Dress
as now being worn in Paris.
This styles and many others
dressed in our Hair Dressing
We carry everything in Hair
Goods, from a 25c curl to a
We match any shade of hair
under the sun.
Headquarters for natural grey
E. M. Schadell
Ilaverly, and Frank T. Hansom and Joel
YV. Weat, attorneya for Ixibeck. before
Judge Troup In tha equity division of dis
trict court Saturday morning. Actual tak
ing of testimony was begun shortly after
11 o'clock. I.obeck rested hi ease after ; particulars. First, It is a harmless vege-
DIFFERENCE IN METHOD
OF CUrUG LIQUOR HAB.Tj
Th Keal Treatment Xaa Been Froren ,
Superior to All Other.
The Ideal treatment for periodica! and I
habitual drunkennesa is the Neal Threa 1
Pay Liquor Cure. This treatment Is ad-1
ministered at the Neal Institute In I
Omaha, at 1602 So. 10th St. differs from j
all other treatments in four Importatntl
visitor at i
ears from Mli-souri. Tne at u'o criiu here
aiHiuis was a iiuiuie. lime, nut tilings i- loicnce as soou as any t jji Clara Hendrlcksnn was
LATKlv r. A uuitu'er of mit.isiers ot j P-"( o o I tne Magee home Sunday,
tl. In city have taken the s.uinp in Oage ' Mrs. V. H. Thomas entertained at din- Ml-s Minnie Sohrt spent Sunday afternoon
county in lavor ot county opt'ou and Aid-i tier Wedni sdav evening in honor of her;-.,,. n i,uim,, w..ateranrd
ri.h Thnii.v i..,. i i. i.,. ii ..... . ..i...i. :i..... i,-i. tn atiss oagmar vnatergaiu.
Itev. C. K. Tl ins Icy h-ld '. '...uli.-hi u.i-. H ii' Covers ' were" laid for Mr. and Mrs! Mr. and Mrs. Frank Magec spent Sunday
lug at Virginia, and .net .i ghi it. v. i . O. ; L. Shiplev, Mr. and Mrs. p. V. Shipley,
.L row n addressed a i.,eelui4 at W; ". ire. Mrs. K. W . Schaub and Mr. and Mrs. W.
KKAHNF.Y- Flrr brokei ut at i.ihinlKni ' H. Thomas.
i nuiiy in a iwo-HUry aitucture near me jr
, i.i. mi rn.-iu. o. p.. i. we i ii:n:i.' ii,i ,.i,i..- hra
... n.r i.,,.i. ... i r- i ,i ,nii,u wne I .11. ,'ie, ei j i -(,tx ,
I'iiiiim ami tn.- ii. 'viui i.i ry and ha. lt part irlends. At one time thev lived in Flor-
r tho firat, v. n., h ,. ni'dd u, u, !Uro i nu and Mi . Uibbs is a member of the
firm, waa iIimum l-i ir, : amoi.tit or see- ! Florence lodge of (dd Fellowa, which he
eial iiun.it o.l dollars. lislied F'ldav evening.
NtPlvAtiKA t", I ' - '. he tei-iie-t priced , A mon if the wedding m-esents received hv
Mr. and Mis. John Petersen pent Sunday
at the Jacobaen home.
and Mis. .1. U. Oibbs of Santa Par- Mi Cooper Is spending a rew days wiin
Cal.. who are returning from Ku-' Mrs. O. hi. Humphles.
Flurence Hert Harris spent Sunday at the Magee
Harry Sohrt has been quite 111 lately
morning In Omaha.
Allen Hazard wasj a visitor in Henson
Uiu. SJ.fflnu ia i-iJllni. h., uiu.a.- VI
imetlilnn short u' '. ..r-es lnwun tnarn.Hl In lsll, and which has been j iiarl.v Fedde ' " '
1 it sold for I'Si.D ct-ii. The I handed dow n from generation to genera-i '
showing by tlio festlmony of County Com
mlsaloner Bedford, County Clerk Haverly
and K. K. E. Ridgway, custodian of the
voting machines, that the machines have
been used In previous elections and could
be used at the coming one.
Haverly'a attorneys declared they will
show that there is no record to ahow that
the State Heard cf VoUns Machine Com- ! the short time roitilred to effect a cure
t'ble remedy. Second, it Is administered
Internally no painful and dangerous
hypodermic Injectiona belmf used. Third,
it requires only three days' time to, de
stroy all appetite and craving for al
coholic drinks. Fourth, no bad after ef
fects have ever resulted from this treat
ment.. Tlie mildness of the treatment.
mlRlsoners ever authorized the use of the
machines. The bearing cannot be com
pleted before Monday.
TUgger, Better, BuHler That is what ad
vertising In Tlie Bee will do for your
started In Wron.
A Newark woman went to the theater
the other night with some friend, but
piece or unimproved tuna Urd that has Miss Florence Olmsted was a hand-wrought
oeen sum in mis coiuii.r was sol. I iast -, nlver spoon that was the wedding present
pv John Y . Kden to Hoir.'i. t'. Jliscr.ofl. of Kllaabeth Stuart Bingham when she
i nere are aomeiiiinc
. iiieev ami n foui mr f .. kj i'umi. i neiliaiiueU dow n rroni generation to genei
-.uoaiea in ji.u souinern part oi tion as a wedding present. i-rMlnro nf -ri l r iiirr nnnil
the county near Cook. Word was received In Florence this week ECHOES OF THE ANTE-R00M
bKA 1 Kit li-Flr. of unknown ori .-ln de- of the marriage of Mrs. Harriet Pov
troyad the re.-iu.-ncc of Homer Nkliol in Hughes t. Mr. Robert Collingwood ut u.ii...... Parties Order of Monday
Wynnue .nter,iay morn.',,- with ail It.- ; Pasadena. Cal.. O.tober IS. Mrs. Collins- ' en ""'" "" ' Monnay
tontrnta. Mr. Nichols and family left Lie wood s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I'. Pay, tienlng? lu tariona Inline
city on a Burlington tram at i! a. m. on ti j live on a farm, llaxel Pell. Utst West of' Itooms and Hall,
trip webl uiul siiorti.. after tneir itepariiiie , the citv. Quite a number of Florence peo-
thelr lionie was ducovred on fire. Tho i pie. who are visiting" ill Calilorina. at-' '
Ions la pl. e.1 at partly covered by ' U r.ded the wedding. I Hallowe'en patties for Monday night will
Insurance. ! jir. atMi Mrs. Charles L. McCloud of!? Lv.r" ' 8ev.,,r".1 'edges. Alpha lodge 1
N'KIIIIA.Vk'l I'lTt'.'fk. ir l Ur,,Hl. Iv',.niHv..rlh 111. Mr t!..hert S.rirent of Si I ' COIiaucl a llaiice Hi tne .Moil
Miss Clara Petersen spuit Wednesday when they were seated she was separated
from her friends by a man and woman
who seemed to pay no attention to each
other. The woman figured out that If the
two persons would move over one seat she
could sit with her friends. Bracing up hor
nerve, she said, sweetly, to the man:
Beg pardon, are you alone?
The man stared at the curtain as if he
were drawing a salary for It.
"I beg your pardon,'.' the wornan said
a little louder. "Are you alone?"
"tint wise," whispered the man hoarsely
Ihrough the extreme corner of hla mouth.
"This i my wife." Newark News.
and the fact that no bad after effect can
possibly result, together with the ab
sence of hypodormlc injections, make the
Neal treatment the best liquor cure In the
iv. , ild today. From the very firat dose
all desire for drink Is destroyed and after
three dava' treatment the most abject
alcoholic wreck again becomes a useful
member of society. Any Information de
sired concerning the Neal treatment may
he obtained by railing of writing the
home office in Omaha, Nebraska.
The Institute in this city has been tax
ed to Its full capacity during recent
months anl ta take care of Its increasing
number of patients, a branch Neal In
stitute lias been established at Urand
Island, Nebraska, In charge of Dr. Wm.
F. Pugau who is recognized as one. of the
leading physicians of thU state, where
the same treatment and accomodations
can be secured as at the parent or head
Institute in this city. Adv.
The Royal Acorn
AVe have made tho statement hun
dreds of times that the .Royal Aroru
gives more heat for the fuel burned,
has the most powerful double heating
system and is more easily controlled
than any base burner on the market.
Now, either these statements are facts
or they arc not. We have over three
thousand written testimonials from
Omaha users who sar that we are
right. Question is, will you investi
gate the merits of this wonderful
Kin? m"i u
m nrttn a.
3-, ' JULI J
"L p fitve We notice that others are ask
1 -'v (t m d"arw more for stoves of far
less merit than we ask for the Royal
Acorn. It doesn't cost a jieuny to
look at our stoves, and we believe it
will pay you.
- tje. ry,
We have Ra.se Jiurners from.
Cole's Genuine Hot Blast.
Holds fire continuously with soft coal.
John Hussie Hardware Co.
2407-09 Cuming St 4 'If you buy it of Huasie, it's right."
P. S. Still selling the Great Majestic; Range.
company of Omaha, which hi. operated a Louis, Mo., Mr. and Mr. Philip Knoedler
branch hr.. for u,.-,rul I, u .ni.ul 1 nf 1'hieairo Xi rM Arthur V I 1 u v., rt an.-t
into a contract with H." A. luiff for the ! Miss Anniece lagert nf Minneapolis, Mis
elt-ctlon of u In r . lai.t.irv h.iil,llr. m,l.i,.l. I llmitvu hii-khansar of MilwankM un.l Kllsa
be agrees to operate for a number of years Anna Ixiulae kno.dler of Chicago arrived j
ana give employment to not l-ss than !) Saturday to be the guests of Mr. and -Mrs.
hlrtinakers tin. . .ir round. W ork on the I K. H. Olmsted until after the McCloud-
factor will begin at once. 'oimsted wedding. Tuesday evening.
N KB MASK A 'ITY John culck. i-i ! Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomas returned
young man, who was killed In a railroad Sunday from a trip to Canada, where they
accident at llna. Ksj: . on Wedu.
were visiting and sight seeing. They re-
night, was a brother of Mr, tleorne Trul-iruM the Bird and Kitchle families, who
linger and up to. a short time ago wan a 1 recently muved there all well and verv
resident of this cii..- . I 'im a meinhei- i f I much pleased With their Canadian P-os-the
VSooduien of the l.o ,d aJid 2-.agios and pecta. so much so that they sav thev
Ids bo.lv will b brotiktit l.ctx. for Inter- lv..il,l never think of farmitu; Nebraska
m.nt. He Wiis ... yai:. of ni.-e. ,,,,,, ,Kai, Th.lr cro,,. were somewhat
MiUHASkA 4.'ITl--. whn Pouti. a Or- damaged by ball thi vear. but think they
man, over from no u I . uiiiit, but a few jar. ahead of what they would have had
months, went Inio a barber .Imp at Pun- : here
bar and stole a. lu a " .i.lie the proprietor i
wa out. lit wr.t b"u.rut here and given i ' ,
a Jail sentence.. U Is e.:atkd !.nt hK u ic Ueuumu.
a nunihrr of a.ile!..i from isoiil for whom' Mr. Jsihn J. Butler of Benson and
be Worked, bheri.'f Firem-r is iouking the bi n Wear of Omaha, wer married on
matter up uno tf l.e . u .-tc'ire . viUnco i V rid i V.
v.lll iiai'e the prl .uti.ir ui ..or'.vi.l
NCHKASisi A CI TY-Juil,
nee Cltv. who has Inni .uie i I the v eek ' uay uturiioott.
hearing the .b.l. etions i tne lot m n ... . The Methodist Indies' Aid s.m i. ty wii!
he laiimg.. .Ir....... i. ditch, concluded jua nie. t at the home of Mrs. Stephens lu-xt
labor laM evening and left for home this Wednesday afternoon with lun. h.
...... ..ui a. nr miitii iuoh ie..i mull v in a-
ern Woodman hall. Fourteenth and Poug-
la streets, and guests will be served Willi j
pumpkin pie. The daJice Is to be open to
A llallowi'n party, at which cuius will i
be played, Is scheduled by Ixxlge No. 1, j
Clansmen of America, Monday evening at)
BHrlght hall. Prlues will be awarded for
Hallowe'en "stunts." as well as for card
victory. Friday night this lodge will give I
a dance at the same hall. Membera and !
friends are Invited. j
Omaha lodge No. I of the Royal Achates I
will give a Hallowe'en party for members
Tuesday night In the Indite rooms. The 1
season games and characteristic refresh
ments will be enjoyed.
A notable party will be given Monday
evening by llenrv W. I.awton Auxiliary
No. 1. 1'nlted Spanish War Y'eterans. at
Baiight hall. This will be the first of a
Mis j serifs of dances given by the Spanish war
Lap, r of Paw- ' Siveilsli
li.-e sewing club m l at the
Lutheran paronae last SaUr-
Haimer Lodge No. 11. 1.. -V of A., will
give a high five social at Myrtle hall.
Fifteenth and Pnuglas streets, Thursday
certain who were to have tm-ir property
Included in the ll-li..t and whom he could
release, lie will submit Ins findings to
.luiUe TravU for ins apiuova) at the No
seniter term of the dl.-til. t court.
TKCCMSKH Tha Tecumseh Woman's
f'hiitian TeiiiH'runi,e union will bold a
temperance rally and jilver niedl contest
on Tuesday evening. November 1. A pr
rm will W given at the rally, which will
bt, hnld in tae aftemaou. knd in the even
ing eight young iieople will engage In the
oratorical louteet. The conteaianis will be
Anna .Meipiary, Kleanor G"ff. Way'.and
Millrr, Herald 1 ruenian. Wilma Mmiiis.
lisleu Fuller. Charles Pafoe and fc-idun
Miss Mayms Hutchinson left 11 night
for a abort star la Chicago.
The Mid-City Uls-ial club will Rive a
Hallow e en party and dance Monday e en-
The W oodmen of Benson attend,', 1 the ing at Fren.er hall. Tw enty-f oui th and
B A: M. lodge lamp of Omaua last Turn- i Puiker streets,
dai evening, going in a Ixsly. !
Mis Huth W'tlhams entertained a rium- ; ' I. U. tl. F.
ber of her amull friends at her home in
liuuui of her birthday.
Mi. A. R. Baker of Omaha apent last
Y.tneiay at the home of Mrs. N. J.
Mr. Trotter entertain! at tea last Mon
day evening In honui of Mrs. Bell of
The dance giv.n by ths Benson band
last Friday evening was well attended.
Mr. A. Brian of Atkinson, Neb., spent
last Monday at the borne of Mrs. Pr.
Miss Margarita Llljenstolpe waa pleasant
ly surprised at her horn, last Wednesday
evening by about forty members of ihe
Swedieh Lutnoran churrh. She was also
praaeulad with a gift, to ahow their aP-
(. uiaha lidge No C v.i 1 1 have initiatory i
dig re work next I'lidav eveninv. i
t'escon UiUc No. 2U will put on the In
itiatory degree Tuesday night.
Wasa Lodge No. 1I will have work In
the first degree Wednesday night.
On Thursday night Twin City encamp
ment of Council Bluffs and Crusaders' J
encampment or South Omaha will visit
Hesperian encampment No I. The patri
arch militant degree will be conferred on
a large Liaea of tandldatea and the visi
tor, wilt witness some of the best degree
work put on by any encampment In the
Puntiebrog Ixxine No. 210 will have work
In the initiatory degree next Friday night.
Pagmar Kebekah Lodge No. IU gave a
baxar last .Saturday which was well attended.
LLER & MUM
Omaha's Largest, Oldest Piano House
Oteinway & Sons Representatives
131 1 Farnam Street
Both Phones HVA
An Ideal Office
is nei which convenience ef loca
tion is combined with first class serv
ice. An opportunity to secure such
an office is new offered by
The Bee Building
A few rooms are vacant and you are invited to in
Large ground floor room facing Faraam street Juat
weat of entrance to the building. One of tba finest office
rooms In the city, lias an exceptionally large vault and is
well lighted. Also has an entrance from the court of the
Room 623 On the sixth floor, with 310 square, feet
of floor space with a vault and stationary wash stand.
Price $25.00 per month.
Room 820 On the third floor, with over 4 00 square
feet of floor space. Vault and stationary wash stand. Fin
north light, Specially adapted for draughting work. Price
$40.00 per month.
Room B20 On the north side, fifth floor, with a par
tition dividing the room Into two. Stationary wash stand.
tJUe over 200 square feet. Price f la. 00 per month.
Room 410 On the west side of the building, on ths
fourth floor, facing the city hall. Has a stationary wash
stand. Biz of of room over 175 square feet. Price 120.0'j
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