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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1910)
Tin: OM TT. ST'XDAY r.KF.: OCEOBEK .."A 1P10
BOOSTERS WIND IP HONEY
fceseh Omahi Wrll Satisfied ilh.
Result of Excursion. I
ALREADY PLAINING NEXT TRIP!
How Candidate Aldrich Toured Omaha
IliliimX AM' I DIM II M'Hli
Make Addresses at Fremont Before
Irtnlrri GrratM Fntlaned. Iit
arrd Ihiil Method of iliiTlll
Omaha l Prndartl f of Good
II or I Tails of Tof,
While tti '
the big spe.-i il tt
lrsde rr-il ?i.niw( ,
northern bi ..:'
"i :-i ; , ml !i"s .'r.sl j
1 which t o-f the Omaha
.11 'hOr trip t I'-.ciPhilut )
Kill : r' r 'Wistcr I
i '.k l uml mi- '
.;( - ' lft'il'l
fill nil- rx-
LAST WOKKHN tOCRTllt),
street Mutton I'li'lBv nt I" it
.oaded P. t''ir,rig r" 1 '
c In led nve: the iin-t -..nic"
curator e; en ).:. ed b- i' Conrn-rolat j
Ever . one .i E'rw'v 1 i""1'"! 'i t'e
arduous ratnr 'lip. '-it ai: Tr
mtllrk, "'! V 'I i nnr.n. .c.l already
$ phvinin- the n.: ruia.i n Kvn the
f.ortere were in i v.-; l- ;. -I mi! i it-. for
?, each cine of th- nuudred v ';" r'i':lreii
1 dn the t'lt: r!n : e. ! d bin el .a re of the
etieroui n:r of X mad- up by huai-
I Tr men. Or. 'hlng T---.I; Mmnclv fori
aiicee of tre trip. T!; -e. 'err n'.v two
' chanf- I', th-- )fr.-intii ' f Co entire!
r. Mmwpv fr"in the time ..f .t.rtli.g "Mil h '
1 irat.i i allot into !: s'stiou last uichi. a. I .. . , V ' .-'fr
;' record never t.fif wttalnnt hv anj p:e- .
rlous trails I'V'J' in. j
f rians for wo tirct trip art alft'lv n1e- t
V ror.nlrtrrntion. The clirf tlon hlc.li the trip j
will take ! not yet rleflnltrly fixd. but j
' what ernn to meet with the must favor i
It an rxt nd'rl .iournrv ti th- jouthwejt,
' probably far as t Angde-. j
I Hal Stnp nt IMnlr.
Blair wan the last atop of ihf tr ... !ie
i nartv arrivlnc there at I o'rbK-U In th
J evenlnn anj Immrdintelv niarrhod iii
town. Thev shortly rturnfil to the train. 1
and. after d ninn. nt 8 oclot-k marched upContraCtS for Elevators and ElectrlC
1tie aerond time, thua pivinp opin.i t.inlty ; WirillE' Final lv Let.
for another aiectnoulnr ntranr-e tn (lie ( b '
i form of torch Ittthl pamrle All during,
the trip, by the -av. the n aht pa ra4.- jjjqjj JJIDDERi (,J BOTH JOBS
Vcre very popular and they will be mm! i
a permanent feature of the trado rscur- j
! alonK. A movlnc ptrture show was one otCunl Hoard I'roforem'e and
P the feature of the e-nin. .
From ninlr the rrt . came dirertly to
I Oniabn. Mr. Pryor playing 'Home. Sweet
Home." on the bin ir-n "htetle ai they
r rolled Into tlia atanon.
f The day was a llvclv one. Oakland had
arected a welcome arch and throuirh this
I the vlaltora marched to aee a larpc number
j tt exhlblta of Burt and
f products. Wakefield published a apecial
j! folder ahowlng the ImalneKa of that thriv
ing fltv for a year. It aa'd: "Exports in
year. cattle; hogs. 10.5; corn.
33000 bunhela; Wakefield mllla, nnO.Om
pounda: Fairmont Creamery company,
117. !li pounda milk."
i Not knowing that the escuraioniata had
ouvenira for the children, aome of the
' acboola had not planned to dlamlaa, but a
" telegram from Superintendent Nlchola to
I( aach atatlon broiiKht out the public achoola
5 for the afternoon.
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U a ini Ji It- lo i t foi .
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.l.oko l.i rt l.HI Kinll- nre He ndrrj'.-u
bi;iilu" HftfM-i.oli Tin ' t-l tionn R-
f V.'f .'i IPK 1 Inlisti-, TiK MinllV f:l:ni.M'
were nt tip IrcitiliK u:id Ht lt c 'o-r prt sit.vi
' DAHLK AN TAi.. AT LINCOLN
Sns-aka to larar tmlifiirr In l.erinnn
Hell nnd (a later l ailiiried
.Indar Oldham lalki
Mm eliirl .
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KRKM'.nVT. . ... nt ip"il TeU- :
;rHtii.i - The b.-st uttitidx! r,o'tii,-l nillv of
; tlie locnl l arnpHlgn v liM at the uvera
houpf net c' nine, liri'.ni '1 M.iri'p -: r
u.de.1 nnd In introdnilu It AMiv b. tne
! fii!t spenkei- of tin1 e iun. iMv lfweil'
i briefly ?onie of the v.o'k of 111 :i'io nc
ikcnprMl H office in. the frMCl:t ihw. ca -I
Mr. .Md'icb sjiol.e for un tio-n 011 ihII.oii.1
! renuiji t ion und county option, 'i'li" ii-,i-:
tlor. before the peopio 110. , In- -11H1. 1-.
"sliHll tlic people or tlie lircwerio riii""
'He iiowel from I'ahlnmn.-. pe.-chcs thai
I tin.- ri mocratlc candidate ili'l not atund on
j the plutfoim of hi.- pait and i-'oniiini:f ct
i at some lni;tli on the prominent ilnnociais'
! who neie oppoaina film for thin rsim. '
; Senntor Blown hIso devoted tin; moet of
; his time to Htte Isf-ues. bill l.'iefh re. 1
1 viewed tlie r Ii cuni.ti r.i 1 - Ht"Midin t!.
j paaraue of the fcdi'itil raiiroHl law nn.i
' the uttcnifta of hli:i-;f tul ;-rrmtoi-IHuikett
to fecuie free limine:.
There taB a good crowd ami both
.-pceches were enthuataatlcally recelei.
I'mi" I nliiTil!) 'Iiiiii v, lm ln
Ktriii'tnra Onl of 1'oMtli'.
' rr'i'li n .t.iff lortfpo:i I.mi'. 1
l.l.Ni'iU X. u.'t. " i:-, ml Tvb'cr.i 111 1 - I
To .in ii'i-iifio'c i.f ninr.' 'Iian 1 I'' ot.T'i
a s-. inlu.M in the 1 ;-i i:in bail ere hisi '
n'Hln. iinih : ilie Hll'i'ce 0;' tin l'.n'''l
IJ'.'rnian S'lfio ti-s, nor .laois 1'. linhl
in. 111 of iimubn disiu.-iMl i-i.inlv i.piiorij
and otm r i.'i: til Inc (uM.iain. He re- t
('id lri'iuiiv. iirplauvi duiiioi bin ii'l '
dress .ind ho lia.l l!n. full s.Mv.iathy of the'
crowd from hin ocnlii joati'innt 1
i 'loba l;l .." iiis Krrnrf.Ni ipfaue came!
when be announced that he .avored lirxrali
nil 1 opi tut Ion.! for tin sla unw raitv . i
but ho MHiited It dl-tinrtlv uiiileitooi
th it rj governor he would nr HI k Influ
f lu e to sir to It t' nt the p; v.'l"!-or! i
GREAT WESTERN INCREASES
REVENUE IN RECENT TIME
! Knnilna Much lllauer Mm r llrori.ni -lintlon.
hat I irne tn Hair
Tie r!:.-t annual ir.'.it o! (In- i lnf iK'
; lirtaf West. -in Kaiii'iad lOint'iny l"- (he
1 ten tnorth- rn.iniK will-. .1 11 111- l. I9b.
iiov .1 lotni icoiii;. 01 (m ;:i.;v: ,-r.vi v
j,(.,h" iii'rniinii to niakc ih 111 t profit-
I if I'l.J 1H S o' (lie i iill'Hlh a. t'e.v
i: an iiMiricc of l.l.;i M ova; ihe hen.'
ten .mii'llc tinlliia June .M. I" v 11 t'a
. co'opaiiy ias In the hanl." of le.rne s.
bin bera-.iae of im leased 1 xpenr of op
emtion the iia onie tirtt'd Is no lai n :
Hecaimc of this the official In llo'u
. ve.iih vi port HsK for nil In. ieae 11
' l.ilu.iaieil liKUiva are as follows
in.-s ota.Wt.'ij; icvcniK' lor tin
moni:.- enoiiiK .111 lie v. ni" io.i.u..--.
Tioai o. ra'.lim' expcm'en lor
tec na'iitli:' cndihH June
Nr. 1 e "iiuc
iiuisiiie operations for name
! pi l.si
Tots! net revenue
'pei aii in nine
.M-TuMOItll.t: I'AIITV UN TIM: KIK.-T HAY. Wlti;N SOIT1I OMAHA WAS V1S1TKH.
. U. S. GIRLS 11 AVE MELTINGS
TWO SMALL PLAYS GIVEN
l.ela Work to I-lrm thnt For
nlah What It llaa In
oat nt the ew (oort llouae.
(!eneiai conatruutlon J-.J:
'uming county j 8tokr 1
John l.aienspr. arcbitect
marriages and funerals is not pIrv inn a
hyuaii) liiiam m imf. ile is usini; the
I man who co.ilo n..l xiat if there wen not
i an active organization suppoitiiix him. j '
I and yet doe:-, n..t help the oi'Kuniuttion. j Societies Talk of Hallowe'en and Its
hvery man who Is not c merit to be mar
ried b .1 juxtico of tho peace and hurled
I by the fraieimU order whose dues he must
I pay to hold bin iii.unlicr' iu ought to he
willing to help Duppori ihv clmrcli.
, "1 bile Is also a liiglmi' und inure linpor
I taut hoi I oi support and loyaity. He
tihoulii avoid fault flndiiiK and try to aiiow
loyalty even If ome of tin' niclliodM of the
workers do not satisfy 0111 ideas of proper I
nusiiiess itihUiocIh. And in lisuninii to I
icrmons we should not lornel tiial the !
pastor has us much risnt to an iiuercsled !
audience aj the members ot the audience I
have to an intereslinj; sunion. Perhaps
I Ipe: Nil;:
ended To th'iii- sihool liuins and did not n, ad
Kperd so nuicli (jine 111 polali-K. The clieei - Net ;
Inn which followed ilns i-tai.mfnt
for several seconds.
The mayor rc-ehed great applause when
bti announced that be would veto a conn
lv option bill II chctcd govemor and the
legislature passed the hill. In doing this
he aald he would not he acting a a eiar
because II he Is elected a maturity of the
people show ttiHl thev onnone etiuiitv no- i
at this place which held the democratic I jim
.... -.... . np.. ..... n...... KollovviiiK Hie up, eoli hv
10 accommoaiue xno cvowu wmcn gainereci
re en lie
c. enue per pule of icid
lusted expenses ol fcroes rcienae
I I axe ...
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BPunlor Makea Addreaaea In Fillmore
1'AIRMONT. Oct. .-(Special. )-The hall
Operating levenua lo
erdiiiK .Tune 1!". 19p .
Opeialmii revenue 10
cndliiK .Tunc ?t ISO ..
Tot a 1
v jm n
'llora' Dehalln Movletira
Is urmblr Vfntrrdnr and
I lllaunaalon of Vartooa
Booatlna llaa Fine Effect.
Finishing the thiny-aeventh trade excur
sion of the Omaha Commercial club to
night, thoue who are responsible for push
ing It to success are well satisfied and
thoae who bavc WBtched the Intricate
workings are enthusiastic over the auro
effect of such boosting for Omaha.
"It li not a selfish proposition altogether.
hut la one of the beat advertisements for
the city of Omaha as a whole," aald Frank
Hoe! of McC'ord 4 Krady, who baa been
chairman of the advertising committee ot
the trade extension committee. '
"Aside from the value of the trip to the
Individual firma, no one ca: doubt tho
value to the city of Omaha. The recep
tions the party received the last day la
evidence of that. While we cannot eail
mate nor know the value of a town Inviting
00 farmers to come into their city and
meet the Omahana. we do know It is a
big advertisement for Omaha. The moat
part of the excursion la made up of th
wholeaale interests. They do not sell to
Contracts for elevatora and electric wir
ing for tho new county building were
awarded to the Otis Elevator company and
he Johnson Electric company of Omaha
by the Board of County Commissioner
Inst even ng. after the board as n com
mittee of the whole had upent the entire
afternoon in consideration of bids.
Hleyh nida Get Work.
In neither case was the contract awarded
to the lowest bidder.
The original bid of the Otla Elevator
company was $.T0.!2i). the Kimball F.levntor
company's bid of $.'4,000 being the lower.
The board favored the Otla elevator be
cause of certain aafety appl ances and
other features, but thought them hardly
worth the difference between the two bids.
A contract was awarded the Otis company
when it reduced Its bid 1.400. The contract
calls for five elevators, all electric.
The bids for electric wiring were prac
tically the same as those opened and re
jected by the board three weeks ago, being
as follows: Vnlty Electric company. ?t.
Paul. $.9S; Johnson Electric company,
Omaha. $11,262; Bennett Electric company,
Myatrrr In Wiring Contract.
When the bids on wiring were opened three
weeks ago Comm.stdonorM Plckard and lied
the preacher s right la even the trcaicr
"To use an o'd figure men oiiKht to rep
resent the legionaries of tins militant
church, slow moving and aolul. The ele
ments are the auxiliaries und hIHiuuku
they move faster, the leKiouaries ate the
lust strength of the army. ,
' The lime iH now npc lor man to Kive
the support to the church that he is cap
able of giving. The activity of women bus
become so noticeably greater than that of
the men that it is almost a subject of
Jest. Tho problem of the modern church
Is not one of doctrine but of efficient') .
To secure that wo must get the services of
men who have proved ibeir efficiency in
The chancellor was Introduced by Super
intendent . M. iJavldsoii, president of
tho club, whose xurst be was. Ills re
marks were preceded by a short discus
slim of the work for boys that the club
is planning to take up with tin- aid of Hie
V. JI. C. A. Principal K. V. Oraff of the
High school report! d upon trie progress of
tho boys' Work committee.
the farmers of Nebraska. ,hut mote than j ford favored awnrding the contract to the
half a dozen towns have sent out special ) Johnson company. For reasons which they
Invitations to farmers to Join thera In ! did not make clear they did not wish to
giving a welcome to the Omaha part). give the contract to the R. Paul concern,
'Good Will of People. jthiuch Its bid was tlie lowest and Was
"The intimate acquaintance of the people aceoinoanled ty rcfcrcncs and an offer
of the farming communities and the bus- to ' fh. satisfactory bond 'In case the
neaa men of Omab Is of more value to the con. .. was given the contract. Com
elty'a general business than it Is to the j niisaioi r' Trouton ' and Grant induced
wholesalers In particular. Take the ae- Chairman Brun ng to. vote with them to
tiualntance of our bankers In these towns reject all bfds and 'readvertlse in the hope
la worth a great deal to the city of Omaha. I that the I'nity company , would sallnfy
"The newspapera along the route have Plckard and Hcdford.of Its, responsibility
been very generous to the Omaha party, or the other bidders would present lower
Omaha Ad Club
up, ecu Py the nuM ,.r.
Colonel lieltzer of Polk county rushed to
the plulform and made a t ilk in behalf of j
L'nnlman. nnnouiu iiiK ilmt he whs one of I
the pioneer populists of ihe stale. !
Judge Oldham Hnd other prominent dem
ocrats occupied seats on the platform and 1
In tile uurilrnre VVt.ru mn . v .1 . r..u , .... ..I
nl.au M u a n r.-(i W 1 -t . nnH ... .-i . I -u 1 urno, ' '
, , , . i county option, .lude Oldham
ovuuon n w lie pasneu 10 me piuiLorui. .nr. ' (
.inltli rein i III iea I, ih ii.I 1,1a I . fur the hpimlp I
n... vi, if in iiu-o o
to hear Senator Uurkeit. Congressman .
Hlnshaw, Senator Sloan nnd others last
evening, and so the meeting ius held In ,
the new theater, which was filled to over- '
Senator Hurkctt arrived while Mr. '.llh- i
forty-one of them publishing a three-column
cut of the train and almost fifty of
them have published a complete list of the
visitors, besides many notices that the
Omahana were coming.
"The fact that no other city runs a
trade excursion In the wet-tern states like
the . Omaha excursions, makes every trip
very valuable to the city of Omaha as a
whole, and our party, the train and equip-1
tnent doe not suffer when compared lot
any special train run In any part of thv. j
country. We leave a good Impressiun :
which lasts for a good lonq time as a very
lare-e Dart of the advertising matter fall I
into the hands of ihe children, some of ! tl,at -"' xlst between the pator of a
which will be kept long after the firms c'illrl- and he members of his congrega-
i lion linrticnlftrlv tlie men memliel'B. was
bids. The vote stood 3 to i for the Trouton
. When the matter came up yeaterdnv u
motion to 'accept the Johnson company bid
The elevator and wiring contracts are the
last to be let.
MEN'S PLACE IN CHURCH
Chancellor Aver)' Tails of Relations
aa Should Be Member. hip on
The relations that do exist and those
Is Well Entertained at the Lincoln
Carnival by the Lincoln
Members t' t),e Omaha Ad club to the
number of more than loo Journeyed to Liu
coln last night as the guests of the Lin
coln Ad club at the carnival conducted by
them, and on returning reported "a bully
The party left for Lincoln at :30 p. m.
over the liock laland on a special train.
I'pon their arrival In Lincoln they wero
met by brass , band, a body of militia
and a company of mounted guards and
under this escort marched to the Audi
torium, where the carnival is being held.
U the Auditorium they .vere welcomed
in a short speech by tho president of the
-incoln club and delightfully entertained
.v .a-vaudeville -program. During Ihe in-
v'tinlsslona tho Omaha club in turn cuter-
ained the bouse with a number of their
ongs. After the program they v- ere shown
the sights of the carnival, and utter ft
siiort street car ride about the town were
taktn to the station, where the Lincoln
club bad provided refreshments for the re
turn trip In the form of :iio bottles of milk
and a greet supply of sandwiches.
giving It nave lorgotten what they gave;
All along this idea of Mr. Hoel's ban I
been demonstrated. When a town out of
direct ratlrouJ connection with Omaha,
such as Wakefield, plasters the entire city
with welcome signs.. It Is an intimation of
the good will which can be developed by
a trade excursion. "Welcome Omaha to a
Wlde-awake-fleld." read (he signs in stores
This Enoch Arcien
Has Second Wite
the emotional part of the worU. Men are
Iowa Man Puts Really New Frills ' nn' -"'Jl'-V unrmotionai. especially ihose of
. . . ' u- ' ho arc descended from Scotch and
dlscuei-ed by Chancellor Samuel Avery of
the Vnlverslty of Nebraska Friday night
before the Me-n'a club of Westminster
"We may admit In a general way that
women must supply the more obviously
emotional and spiritual forces In religious
wotk." said the chancellor, "und men may
be expected to perform the more un
imaginative tasks. If women muv be culled
tl.e .-.alls tout catcu the winds of the re
ligions .can, the men are the ballust that
mcanies tlie hold, and I have noticed that
It Is tlie ship Willi Hie best ballast thai
gets along most securely.
"Comparatively few men of the busine
o; Intellectual type are capable of doln-i
The return trip on the train was a most i
Attractive Hallowe'en posters announced
the meetings of the girls' societies of the
high school yesterday afternoon. Mem
bers of the Uninger Travel club gave the
following program: Heading of "Talmage,"
"Jessie Kmblen; recitation, "Candle Light
ing Time," Gladys Une; reading of essay,
"The Origin of Hallowe'en," Oertrude Mc
Donald, and selections from magazines on
Hallowe'en, Mae Gaester. After the pro
gram the society adjourned to the gym
nasium, where the girls played games.
The Hawthorne society gave the follow
ing program: Theresa Hokanson told of the
origin of Hallowe'en; Emma Kavan, de
scription of how Hallowe'en was formerly
celebrated; original Btory by Elizabeth
Gould. Margaret Herman gave a weird
recitation entitled "That Awful Ghost
Eva Hendec Und Ethel Relnsbroiler gave
In (he Margaret Fuller society the mem
bers discussed the heavenly bodies. Lula
Goodrich recited Eugene Field's poem on
I In, stars. Blanch iiuak gave some Inter
estlng facts on the same subject. Irene
Johnson told of the Great Bear. Glen
Dickey recited "The Night Has a Thousand
Eyes." Kuth Howling gave the Dickens
"A Child's Dream of a Star." Ruth Kach
talked of the milky way and Margaret
Nattlnger spoke on the "Omaha High
The Francis Wlllard society, had per
haps the cleverest poster and Its members
gave this program: Margaret Weyman,
r citation; Lila Caley and Helen Johnson,
readings on "The Old-Time Hallowe'en."
Eleanor Gillan, piano solo; original stories,
Elizabeth Fullerton and Elizabeth Felil
huser. Kboda Lincoln gave a recitation on
the founding of Hallowe'en. Ida Brodkay
played a beautiful pluno solo.
Aldrn Socletr Gives Play.
The girls In the Prisclllu Alden society
gave their program In two parts. In the
first Helen Cosgrove read an essay, Jennie 1
Hislop and Adeline Glbbs gave a clever
dialogue, entitled, "A Touch of ' Humor."
Lou Howard gave a reading and Madelen
Elson a recitation. As the second part of
the program the girls had a little ' play.
Irene Loomis gave the prologue.
The Browning society did not observe
Hallowe'en as the othrr societies did. but
gave a very Interesting program, notwith
standing. Bessie Heaton told of conversa
tion in a high school and brought in. var
ious amusing traits as ascribed to Ihe
average high school girl. Helen Pogue gave
a recitation entitled "Aa Others See Us."
Ethel Fry told the society how "to get a
Latin lesson." and Myrtle Hall recited
"Merely a Hint." Dorothy Lack read a
story entitled "People on the platform."
Gertrude Weltzell read the society oracle.
The Elaine society hud an artistic imster
drawn by Catherine Woodruff. In the pro-
ami Mr. Larson, candidate for the house,
both addressed the audience. Congressman
Hlnshaw. in his aadress, spoke very en
lliusasticaily of the progressive work of
Se'nator Hurkett, as he bad witnessed his
work personally and showed the audience
very plainly how the people were being de
ceived by the misrepresentation of votes
of the senator on the tariff bill.
Senator Sloan spoke for a few moments
on state and national issues and met with
a hearty reception from the people of his
Early in the evening,
County Chairman Bishop and Kohert Ma
lone. Mayor i'nhlniun vVent to Huveloek.
where he and John G. Maher spoke.
IHE PROPER GARE
And Hair Is Largely n tJni'-Umi nf
( liDiisiiiK I lie IYiiier .soup
A Life.lme of Skin end Hair
Hea!;ii Is Ul.En tlis R3Sii!!,
LEADING FRUIT MAN DEAD
lluayh . to? Kxplres ml Home
Omaha After Illnras of Four
Hugh D. Foy. fruit dealer, known all
over the United States, for the Inst thirteen
Senator Burkett then addressed the larf;e ' years a resident of Omaha, succumbed to a
audience for over an hour, revoiewlng the 1 four weeks' Illness at his home, 3M.' Harney
work of the republican party in congress street, yesterday afternoon. At the time of
and predicting great things to be accom- ! hia death Mr. Foy was general eastern
plished should the next cougress continue I agent for the Ltmonelra company of Santa
republican. Paula, Cal.
MoLiier- (Jiroiigliout ti e v
come to rtallze that no oiaei
well suited for i lean-In-; i n 1
baby's delicate skin end hnir
enra soap. Its absolute pur":
freshing fragrance v.iuM
enough to i Pfiiii i n i alii I ii iiiiev.
soup, nml to such, m its use
hour of birth. Hut their is
these qualities u delicate j i
Very little Dahlman sentiment exists
here and words of praise for Mr. Aldrich,
republican candidate for governor, is heard
on all sides. The Hitchcock matter is
taking considerable of the enthusiasm out
of his followers and at the present rate
there will not be much for Air. Hitchcock
to expect from Fillmore county.
GI LTNER, Neb., Oct. 29. (Special. )
After a cold ride by automobile. Senator
Sloan and Congressman Hlnshaw arrived
here at il o'clock this morning from
Aurora and addressed a record-breaking
morning crowd of over W0. Both the gen
tlemen ueiiverea addresses which were
greeted with applause and left an impres
sion that the republican Issues this year
were the Issue to support. Just one lone
Dahlman button could be Been In the
crowd, and the general sentiment here
seems to be that with the two leading can
didates of the democratic party on the
Mr. Foy was born in New York state In
1842. He came west twenty-five years ago I
and engaged In the fruit business, continu
ing until his death. At different times he
served practically all the largest fruit con
cerns in the west. He was a member of the
Omaha Commercial club. Funeral arrange
ments have not been made.
Mr. Foy Is survived by his wife, a son,
Walter Foy. and a brother, Joseph Foy, all
of whom live In Omaha.
HOL.MF.S TO MOniLK
Uei Molnea Mau la Selected for Ala
MOBILE, Ala.. Oct. 25.-W. H. (Ducky)
Holmes of Des Moines, la., was tonight
selected as manager of the Mobile team.
For eight years Holmes played In the Na
tional and American leagues. At one time
he was manager of the Toledo team.
The Key to the Situation Bee Want Ads.
medication which makes liiiicui.
simply invaluable for over oniini, an
tendency to ra-sbes. Iielilim. ii i i i n i inn
and chafing, and for e-tald -1 ii :i . I i In
fancy and childhood, a v . unlit i-n of
and hair health which often lasis a
Nor Is its usefulness limitci ic
cleansing of the skisi and hutr and
prevention of simple -ninth i
slated bv CuUcura olntni.iu. li nun
forded for more than thirty yeais
most .successful ireatuieir lor r
turlng, dlstlgurlng infantile huunus as
eczemu, tetter, psoriasis, sen lied he ld in. !
ringworm. With the first warn Imtli
with Cutlcura aonp, followed by ,entl
applicationa of Cuticura ointment, the
Itching and burning usually cease, t.uy
Bleeps, worn-out. worried par. nit t
and for tho first time, perhaps, in ninny
weelts peace falls on the distracted house
hold. A single set ol' Cutlcura snap mil
ointment often proves sufficient when n'l
else haa fulled. No other treatment for
the skin does so much; no other is so
, gram of this society numbers were first
enjoyable alfalr. A stage was set up n .i.,B v... m0. . ,, '
r .. . , . glNeii by Marie Book. Marthena Moore and
ono end of a car and two red and green I i .,, ,, "
, iLaura, Zimmerman. Theses were followed
swltchilghls made to serve as footlights. . IlUv u . . ' ,, ,
From this a vaudeville program, char- ? Sn,K81!8 . Fa.m1'5;:. . ,n
acterlzed by one as "polite, refined and
fumigated," was given. Bind Miller, the
architect, rendered a few solos of merit
on his sweet potato whistle. Laurie J.
gulnby gave imitations of some noted
actors and "Jack" Hogan brought down
the house, and also the stage, with a clever
song and dance sketch. Tne program alto
gether contained fourteen distinct num
bers of merit. The trip back was made In
fast time, consuming only one hour and
twenty-five minutes. The club reached
Omaha with 1j0 bottles of milk to the
The Omaha and Lincoln Ad clubs are en
deavoring io bring the two cities together,
tiiey being the two organizations at present
woiking very strongly along the lines ol
and Trimmingi on Old
l'nfnsii Puritans. We arc not the t pc
Cat gi t our souls warmed," as the ex
pitmion is. There are some men who
i would never think of niaklna a greut dls-
. play of their patriotism and who would
WATERLOO, la.. Oct. '.- -, Special Tele- f.r U mlti)Ui bu. woul(1 i,c thc first
ram.)-Enoch Ardrn. No. tt.Ij;. mined "P ! o..e- u volunteer and face danger for their
Ui Waterloo today In the person uf Glasgow COunu). 'j his aamu sol t ot man would
Garland. But th a Enoch put a. f.uv nowi,,;.i neepisn j? called upon In public to
DEMAND AGENTS' CODE BOOK
wmcn took part Eleanor Patrick, Mildred
Ann, Laura Zimmerman, Ann Purdy,
Mareme Burchmore, Katherine Crooke,
Dorothy Carllse and Katherine Fearon.
Two boys' societies also met. In the meet
ing of the D. D. S. a debate was taken
part in by Fred Ryplns. Maurice Peterson.
Philip Johnson and Park Larmon. Henry
Mayer and Alfred Adams were also on the
program. In the Athenian society Wlllard
Cooper and Charles Peterson held a debate.
Alfred Rlttenbouse, Emll Bed lock and Max
Block were also on the program.
New Art Gallery
At 1517 Dodge Street
We are exhibiting a rare collection of
From the personally selected stock of
ARTICLES FOR CULP COMPANY !
!ew clothing; Firm Filed Vrilrrdif,
Capital Stork Belli S'.t.OOO
Articles of incorporation of the Culp
Langworthy -onipany, the new clothing and
furnishings company, were filed In tl.e of
fice of County Clerk Haverly yesterday
The concern is capitalized for $25,000 and
Incorporated for fifty years Fred Lang-
fldis and trlmmii.i.!. on the old ator.
express his d-votion. 1 would s.iy uothing
Attorneys for Mrs. Ida I., linns Ask
District Court to Make Order
Aaatnat Matoal Life.
Alleged failure of the Mutual Ufe Insur
ance company to furnish C. S. Eglutter
and Joel v. West, attorneys for Mrs. Ida J
L. Haas, with a iopy of the company's,
scents' Instruction book to aid them in i
their preiiatlon of a case a;ain.-t the ! building and will open for business In
oinpany lesulted In the filing uf a demand ' few weeks.
won by is president und treasurer and Kred
Culp se.r. tar. .
Tl Culp-Laiigw orthy cumpany has leased
the turner stole in tlie City National bank
Mr lldrluhil AiA n,l e.nm ...j!-...., .!..- -. ..... ....... .... ... , ,
- . ut.' Kin .... rx,,if?m inn .rrLii.h... ut, l . ,
husband, an act often accounted
ii.effu.ive man lias bis own woik. His re-
Turk Wants Match.
Thr. .eii..r. ...,n ... ...i,-... .,.v... .. ..... ' -". l J.-nii .niinranri, ine
version of the Tennyson poem theme. For llg.un ought to be just as definite. Just as. ; lsu - .... ,. Ta v.. v. . , Jurk . '. ur ,Fller- lK'"tei a for,e'1 of $1.0j
n.-i ... i . ,, , .. . , . . ,, .iisu.aice p-'l.cies carr.fd by Mrs Haas here today lo cover an apcarance for a
Uarlaud has a new wife of bla own. , confident and Ji-t as solid as t he leli.ion lnltj hllM,,j ,ie it ,,,g heen ,n ma.h e.ttier with Zhyszko. the Polish
lie came to see his children, because I ui a man of tl.e emotional t pe. I com is fur about eight vears the total w restl-r. or ;eorge Hackensehmldi Zbvsz
after an abkenee of twenty-four years he' "Church membership should be on a i ...,,., ... . ; ! um kos manan-r already lias posted II Oou in
. - - " ... v, j jiii.iid.iu, v..,.. n uiiaiiri.c ii.i riaiin uuun.
was Impelled by a desire to see his f rs: basis of purpose, not of abstract belief . j j fc lf) ,
trh t vourt yesterday.
Offspring. Mr. Garland was 3k when he ! Every man who helps In the ci.jrch work
left without a word and 's now -v.'. He i In any way should be considered part of
found hi wife married and hlu children, of
course, adults, with families of their own
for the last eighteen years.
Mrs. Gariand No. 1 long mourned for
It. Protestant churches have Urn liable
to Ions as compared with the other
churches because of insistence upon the
Idea of actual conversion. Many men wait
blm. supix.a.nir hiut to be dead. She worked ' oulsidn the actual membership of the
l.ard lo support her children and like the ' tnurvh wailing for a pe) etiological change
woman In the po-m was induced to i! w'h l of their sort Is eniir.l) lin
B.arry partly at least on the children j ltalble.
aocoujit, I "The man who usaa the pastor only at
ileiilsoo Better Grnernled.
MOVIMZNTI Or OCCAM STEAMSHIPS. STORM LAKE. la.. Oct. M.-i Special Tel-
Kram i iMnis,,n .Normal senool deieated
I Buena Vista college at foot ball today by
tlie scorw ot ht lo ii. I'enlson out pl ed and
1 outgeneraled ftuena Vista, at every turn of
I the play, althougti the n.cjl tram would be
. r.n.p. ot lirni
1.1 V I It POOL..
I i"i:N IIA'IKN lr II
HAV I'.K t'rillnr
N KHAN. ISi'O.. K..r
p TiiKIA Ivamal. Mam..
fcW V.iKk l- P-vaiu t ...
iulTHAMI'ToN .. AJn.uc
D. D. Btu
far the stronger vvitti soirjr coaching.
Wurtn Am ,
llefeal for lltlurd.
CAMBP-llalE. Neb . Oi l 2' SpeeiM Tl
eg r a tn. i a m n ridge deteaieil xfurd here
t.Hiay in a one sided game. 9 to 0. Oxford
waa outcla.scd. but plujed to the finisa.
Nahigian Bros., of Chicago
Direct Importers and Wholesaler!.
This collection surpasses, in magnitude, any previous display in
Omaha; and in beauty of colors, uniqueness of designs and fineness of
texture is second to none in America.
Imperial Keshans the finest product of the Persian looms;
Royal Kirmanshahs and Saruks, of the finest quality; the famous Har
poots; Bokaras the prince of Oriental rugs; and, in fact, choice speci
mens of all Persian, Caucassian and Turkoman rugs are displayed in
We request your inspection, whether intending to purchase or
Direct importers prices quoted on all pieces. This insures a
saving of 20 to 35 per cent on your purchases.
LECTl'RK OX OKIKNTAI.
Mr. Nahigian who is per
sonally conducting the -ihl-bltlon.
will deliver the first
of series of lectures on
YVfdnrl-7, Noeininr H. at
Jt:30 p. m., lo (lie exhibition
room. You are invited.
1517 Dodge Street
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