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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY, FEBKUAUY in, 1011.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
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V. t. Orweaa a Coal
tf. Sertaa, aatlat, 17 City Nti'l Beak.
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and valuable la the
America. S: (poalt Vaulta In To Bee
tmlietn. 1 rtMi box. 1 a yar.
Bartaf a a IVeaa Aaa'a. n.anat'ament
Be every precaution for safely. Funds
loanM on flrat niortragea: beat claaa of
aecurlty. Jj4 ramam Street.
e1, a4 OudMUMi eauae tha ma
jority of hjsaas by fira or burgiar. 11
pruitent; rent a private aata la eur Bis
Vault. Cr.ly 3 par seer. Omaha Bala Ue
peel.A Truat Co., 114 Karnaju street,
ftMnl af SUM UrUe , The funeral
of Bill aloUrtue, wbo iI Tueeaar morn
. will bo h!d Thursday aftaiooon at I
o'clock at the raaldenoe. tii North Sevcn
teentb etrwet. ' The Interment will be la
Korea, . Lawa cemetery. The Knight of
PythlaS will have charge of the eervlce.
' turn Officer ef Oora Xioaaaj- Beak
At a- Dtlng of the director of the Com
.Exchange National bank held Tueeday, two
more offw-era of the bank were elected. H.
Y, Marshall tl Jfade vice president, and
I H.'Tate Was chosen aa aanlatant raah
ler. The election held Tuesday wa merely
te chooae these officers who were net ap
pointed at the director'! annual meeting
held January 1.
Te Bepalr tha Jail Plana and sped fl
ea tirtna for Improvements In' the city jail,
which will put the ha utile In a aanltary
condition are being prepared In the plumb
ing Inspector oflfce. A resolution was
passed by tha city count 11 Tuesday night
ordering the city clerk to advertise for
bids aa soon aa the p.ans are completed, j
Tha repairs will coal In the neighborhood
f fTOO, according to the plumbing fnspec- j
Tom Tbtuufe Wad ling A Tom Thumb
wedding In which about alxty young folks
of tBe Clifton Hill Presbyterian churcn
will participate la planned for Friday even
ing, February 11 The bride, groom, clergy
nian and all attendants will be children un
der I years of age. and all will be garbed
In appropriate wedding apparel. Pupper
will be errved following the ceremony by
the Juniors to (he wedding party and
guests. The affair will te given under the
auspices of the women of the church, and
Oltve Orton Anderson will be In charge.
Halt aa Aooomplioe to Outtimg Ous
Kerbct of Cleveland. 0.,waa arreted, by
Officer A. A. Rich Wednesday morning In
connection with the stabbing of Lank
Hosher by Ortney Parcell In the Gospel
MisKlon at Thirteenth and Douglas street
Tuesday night. Parcell Is held at the city
Jail on the charge of rutting with Intent to
wound, say that Kerbet handed him the
knife with which he did the cutting. Ker
bet stoutly denies having done so. He will
be held aa an accessory to the crime.
Posher Is-reported at the Omaha General
hospital a being out of any Imminent
Oil Xaa, Xae a Soars Peacefully read
ing tha evening papef In his home at 8H
Pacific street, J. B. Metoalf received the
e-are ef his life Tuesday night when a
wild-eyed man burst In the door, excitedly
accused M pica If of atealing his two girls,
and, grabbing him about the throat, started
to choke him. Metrelf. who la an elderly
man, waa putting up a losing fight when
help arrived. His assailant waa arrested
on the charge of drunkenness. At the sta
tion ha gave tha name of Thor Knutaon.
In police court Wednesday morning he
could remember nothing of the night be
fore, and. waa fined $14 and eoets on the
' rharawef drunkeaneeai - - .., i
fifth Trial of Salt The eaae of Ward
against The Aetna Insurance company la
being heard Wednesday before Judge But
ton. This case has been heard by Judge
8eara four time and haa been reversed by
the supreme court three times. The action
I for tl.&uO on an accident policy taken
out by Frank Ward In favor of his mother.
Ward, a V'nlon Pacific . fireman, was In
jured August I, IS. Us died August 17
of the some month. The plaintiff declares
he came to hie death as result of Injuria
to hla foot and aide, while the defense
holds that he came to his death a result
of drinking too much Ice water on his
first trip after the Injury. J
JUDGE REDICK DEFENDS
,HIS RECENT DECISION
Par siakea 8 pert af Rwllasx m Alt
ataaf t'au Mkfrt Haakaaa
a Wee Nat Par.
"Move on to Nebraska, you alimony pay
era In Illinois you're thrown Into a cell
If you itiia an tnatallcaenU her the wo rat
you get 1a a lv utt.-
Thia U tbe headline In a recent Issue of
the Chicago Kvcord-fleraid and because of
tbe head and appended atory. Judge W.
A. Kcdlck of Omaha la Justly Indignant.
In effect It Is made to appear that Judge
UvdKa recently rendered a decision that
make It only necessary to marry a second
time to escape payment of alimony due
to a former wife. Many Chicago jurist
are quoted te prove uge Aedick In the
Judge Redlck admits were the fact a
mad to appear, that ha undoubtedly would
oe in the wrong. He say the reporter
twlatad the fact to suit his own purpoee
and explains the situation as follows:
"About two 'year ago Laura Winter
Llncola a giwnted a divorce froaa her
luaoanu anu !
month. About-a year later tbe husband ,
OMvd to Omaha and married again. Then ;
the former wife had her Judgment trans- j
srlpted to UouKia county ana germsnea
.be wages of her former husband. On the
bearing of the garnishment before Judge
fUdk'k. about two weeka ago, tbe former
auakand clulinrd hie wagea exempt, being
t niarrid man alib no homestead or per
sonal property worth in the exieea of xjuo.
The quest wn then waa, who had the better
right, the wild biidr her Judgment or th
Mw community eMabli.hed by the aec-
wa nuuuaar. rfu. nc.
aaamucb aa there aa uo exception In the
& i .int. 44. miA 1 h furiiuir Wftta. that ittl '
.be ground vf public policy, th claim
f the new community acre superior to
Je claiiiut o the toi uirr wife, by reason of
judnuiit lor iwruiaiiwii alimony.. Tha
jucsliuw haa gou the aapreaie court for
final ucu-i iuu.a.ion. '
4ay given, and that aliould h ever become I
yuardot property, in Judgment could j
be .oUccied. but that so long aa he haa I
BolMnii b .1 h!a lui). he believes his!
salary ahould But be lakea becauae It ia i
agalut the polu-y ol the law tu dtatourage'
uiarriagea. but I rather to encouia. j
"Aaeumlng this to be true then." argue
Jiid. ftedk -If a man were ever mar-
rwd divorced and a Judgment raadered
acainat hi in for alimony, the average mn
mould never, marry again war thia not
true, becauee at hla Inability to euppert
Ani'aiiiia liaiiaen, 'l'hirty-nlmh and Hold
etrerta. frama datlllna. T. C. Mickey,
Il NiMth Thirtieth nueei. ft am 0.;un
'.. 1 K. jhrivar, 417 Norm Twnlv-M-vtith
street, traai barn. $!: V. iiaa
niursrii. Taentr-ntnth and Vlnt'.n atraria,
f , a.i - eaitiu. t. V. fUamuHMn.
T a mi n, mi ii au4 in ton atrecta tjauie
ASSOCIATED ADMEN GROWING
Membership Hai Doubled Since Last
Convention in Omaht..
VISITOR TALKS TO LOCAL CLUB
Great rreparat teas Are Beta Made
te Eatertala Ad Artlata ef Aaaei
lew, at the ! Aaaaal
Berauae Omaha mad such splendid thow
Irg a It did In entertaining the Aaaoclated
Ad Club of America last July, the aaao
rlatlon ha grown like a city In the night
Thl wa the statement made by Ram C.
Dobba, prealdent of the asaortatlon. on his
arrival In Omaha Wednesday morning. Mr.
twbb. who later wa to addrea the local
d ckib at It luncheon, made a remark
able report relating to the ad clubs, and
the forthcoming convention In Boston,
August 1. t I and 4.
"Aa many new members have been ad
mitted to the association since January, a
were In the entire association at tha Louis
ville convention two year ago."
"Inside of thirty days after the conven
tion In Omaha last July, a tentative, pro
gram aet down on paper had been arranged
for the convention which Is to be held In
"Three cities have begged to have the
privilege of taking the ad men's association
In a body from Boston and giving them a.
wonderfully good time In their city the day
following the convention."
The foregoing are some of the statements
Mr. Dobbs made In the interview. He re
ported the complete program of entertain
ment and buslneaa which is to take place
at the convention, and announced that
nearly S.OflQ men from all over the country
would be In attendance at the great affair.
Mr. Pobbg Is accompanied by D. N.
Graves, treasurer of the Boaton club. In a
tour across the country. Mac Martin, an
other official In (he national acaoclatlon.
Is making a tour of the northwest.
The Pilgrim Publicity club Is the name of
the Boston association which la to enter
tain the visiting host at the convention".
It has received from the business men of
the city a fund of 171,00 to spend on taking
care of the convention. Mooullght excur
sions on the bay, theater parties and every
conceivable sort of diversion will be given
to the ad me, i. A delegation from New
fork City will have a special boat to take
them to the city of Boston, and will make
its headquarters In the boat In Boaton
harbor. Another delegation front Gotham
I to come down In a apecial train.
City Council Starts
Its Censorship of
the Omaha Theaters
First Visit it Hade to the Otyety,
with the Km? on the Lilt
for Last Night.
The Judiciary committee of the city coun
cil, to which the ordinance for the regu
lation and censorship of thcatera and mov
ing picture showa wa referred, started it
tour of investigation of the theater Tuea
dty night V
After the meeting of Mhe city council
five members of the body visited the
Oayety theater, where they were received
with open ermby the management The
commit tea consisted of Councllmea Berka,
Johnson, Burnteeter, Hummel and Schroe
dor. "From ' what I saw at the Gayety there
la notftlng that can be' objected to," said
Mr. gchroeder. "The show waa simply an
exhibition of hlgh-claa burleeque. There
waa nothing objectionable In the program
and nothing that ahould bav been elimi
nated." The committee continued Ite tour last
night, when It visited the Krug theater,
which also offer burlesque. The commit
tee visited moving picture shows yesterday
The Junket of the theaters was proposed
after the Barace Union offered an ordi
nance to the council regulating the moving
picture abows of Omaha. . A resolution In
cluding theater waa pasaed by the mem
ber of the council. M
RINE HAS AMENDMENTS
FOR NEW VALUATION BILL
Cora tm Macula tm Hare It Iatrw
laced lata the State Lege
City Attorney Rlne left for Lincoln Wed
nesday morning for the purpose of pre
senting two bills to the legislator, which
will regulate th making of physical valua
tion of public utility corporation by th
State Railway commission If they are
Both are amendments to the present law.
One arovlde that any municipality,
through Ita council and mayor, can order
the State Railway commission to make the
I physical valuation ef any corporation and
gives them power to apportion aufflclent
money for the purpose.
Th other bill make It Imperative oa the
Slate Railway commission to make the
phyalcai valuation when requeated by the
council and mayor and when sufficient
fund are voted to make the examination.
Cnder the present law, the Btate Railway
commission can make the physical valua
tion whan It gel ready. The Btate commla-
alon has conatrued the law to mean that
u ,houid take up public utility corporation
afr u 8ot ,nroub wtn tne iiroad
MEASLES MUST BE REPORTED
Health t'aaaaalaaloaer Ceaarll Make
DeaMtad Doctors for
Demand for punctual reimrta en nieaslea
for the htsuanca of Quarantine ardor la
j mtuJ by R w CoBnea nMlUh eom.
n a letter to th phyaiclans of
tbe city leeued Wedneeday morning.
The health officer declare that the phy
sician have grown careless In the hand
ling of measlaa. He Insist that th dis
ease roust be treated Just aa seriously a
small pox or other mor vlruleut conta
gious diseases. .
FOR THE BIG SHOW
a Mm Have Weaaa te roar la
Faetwrlee te Be Well Mea
Advertlalng Manager Knott of the E. M
P. t'-. reached Omaha ye.ferday. He rolled
j up ma aieea anu uesan io annu out copy
j ,or ,h "how. ,
Kaotfa ad fairly alixle. they aay. with
,hln ' the E- M r " h
- Ttood un on" of th uv"t ' on
The following marriage Itcenaea
'.vued up te noun Wednesday:
iu and Raatdenca:
John . :ilrnian. Morula mm la
klMe C. Hartlev. Mondannn. La
f.ei Hagat. Rk-hflel.tVNeh
Grace riweenlu. fpiinafirld. Neb
Henrv B. Vlchka, Omk ,.
t"liritlrie V'cher. Onalit
Hueti ' Kiiatol. tn. Ia
K.ee B. BU.il, iiacri, la
V I ,
KKV. HARRISON PRKSHON.
Preached the Flrat Sermon In Omaha
Hlxly-one Tears Ago. tie Uvea at
AV,.l.ah, Ntb., and wa 96 year o' J yee
trn'ay. Pioneer Preacher
is Ninety-Five Years
Old and Still Active
Eev'. Harrison Presion, Who Preached
the Firit Sermon in Omaha
Sixty-One Yean Ago. '
On the 15th day of February. 1S1, ner
Farmlngton, In the state of Maine. Rev.
Harrison Prewson was born. In 1818 he
moved with his parents to Cincinnati. O.
In IMS he moved to Illinois. In 1S61 he was
commissioned first lieutenant In the Fifty
fifth IlllnolM infantry and went to the front.
He haa been a Methodist minister for
sixty-five years, and preached the first
sermon that waa delivered in Omaha In 1K0,
while on his way to California. He la the
father of fourteen children. He live at the
present time In Wabash, Neb., Is quite ac
tive and pjreachres occasionally. He was
96 yeaia old yesterday.
Col. Cody Wins.Race
With Grim Reaper
Haiteni Many Miles to the Bed
tide of Hii Dying Sister in
Mrs. Helen Cody Wetmore. sister of Col
onel W. F. Cody, died February 8 at Los
Angeles of cerebral hemorrhage at the age
of R9 years, after an illness of some weeks.
Colonel Cody, who was at hi mines in
Arlsona when he heard of his sister' sick
ness, made a race against the grim reaper
and reached the bedside of his sister Just
before she died.
Colonel Cody wa at his mining camp,
forty-five mile north of Sentinel. Arts., to
which place the message was forwarded.
From Sentinel It was carried to him by
on of his engineers, who risked hi life In
swimming tbe Qllav river, which had be
come awollen by heavy rain. In order to
reach the colonel.
We immediately started for Pasadena."
said Colonel Cody. In speaking of the race
against time. "After a racing drive to
8entlnel we reached the Oila river, which
waa a mil and a half wide and full of
log and tree. Myself and companions
Bob Anderson, Emll Zetlaue and Jack
Saunderman, who accompanied me here,
ferried across In a little sklft All were
soaked before we reached the opposite side.
"We then boarded a stags for Tucson,
and I believe killed the driver's best horses
in the mad dash. Arrived there, we boarded
the flrat train leaving and reached here
only to learn of the death of my best
friend, Mr. Norton, and that my sister was
dying and unable to recognize me."
Colonel Cody wa still attired In the red
flannel hlrt, trouaer of rough cloth and
other wearing apparel fitted for mountain
climbing, which he wore when the new of
hi slater' serious lllneas reached him. He
had not stopped to change clothing.
WALTER MARTIN GIVES
UP HIS LONG STRUGGLE
Vessg Maa Dies at a Local Hoapltal
After Uag Heroics' Fight
Ending a heroic struggle to survive after
many months of Illness of an ailment little
understood by medical specialists, Walter
K. Martin. 23 years old, passed away at
th Clarkaon Memorial hospital Wednes
day morning. Tuberculoma of the spina,
at first diagnosed two year ago aa appen
dicitis, waa the disease which brought
death. Mr. Martin waa encased In a plaater
caat from early lat June, when the true
nature of the affliction waa discovered,
until a few days before he died.
The young man attracted widespread at
tention among physicians who heard of
the case, not only from the strangeness of
tha ailment which had fastened upon him.
but for the stoicism he poaaeaaad. Para
lysed and with heart action and strength
gone to the laat ebb, he lived through
Martin'a home as at O'Neill, Neb. He
had been homettteadlng In Tripp county for
a long time after he first became ill. About
two years ago he underwent an operation
for appendicitis, through an erroneous
Hla mother, three brothers and three
sisters survive him. Nearly all aere pres
ent at the time of death. Ople Chambers,
a brother-in-law, was at the bedside for
over a week.
The f uncial will take place in O'Neill at
t o'clock Friday afternoon. Kit her the
Masonic or Odd Fellows, lodge, of which
Mr. Martin was a member, a 111 have
charge of the funeral"
EPIDEMIC CLOSES A SCHOOL
rntaliare f Ik-arlrt Fever la rlah.
borlitMMl (aaaes llrarr rram the
tlid. n,lc of scarlet fever has caused the
closing of the Uerman Lutheran school.
Tarn lie lh and tului streets, on order of lr.
R. V. t'onuell, health commUalunei-. The
school a as clewed Tut-aday and will remain
cloved until February Zt. according to the
order of th health commlsaloncr.
"There have been eight or ten caaea of
scarlet fever developed there." said lr.
t'onuell. "The achool aulhoritlee eem to
have been unable to prevent the spread of
the disease, so we have taken hold of the
There are I1 students at the Lutheran
poaaeaaea sufferers from lung trouble till
they learn I'r. King' New lrtecovery will
help them. Wr an ' " aal by
Btatua Lrug C
kHE Big Man re
spects time. His
engagements are reck
oned Dy minutes and met
on the moment. He carries
a WALTHAM and acts on
"lt'i TiiiM You ChrxtH a Waltham."
17 ALT.. A Y2
a-, , a WATCH En1.', ..' '. . Mi
TWO HAYE A NARROW ESCAPE
Patient and Nnrse Nearly Overcome
by Formaldehyde Fumes.
LEAST FAB OUT OF THE WINDOW
Tail They Remain I atll the lloaae la
Cleared ef Kan.ee of the !
ataaee that la t eed
The house filled with the fumes of for
maldehyde snd al! means of egress barred
to them, Harry Pa via. a scarlet fever pa
tient, and Nanette Carlson, his nurse, had
a narrow escape from suffocation Tuesday
morning In a room on the aecond floor of
a rooming house at 1M7 Chicago street.
Mr. O. E. Norman, the proprletrens. In
compliance with Instructions from the
health officers, had lighted formaldehyde
candles, placing them all about the house
In order to thoroughly fumigate It. She
did not think would harm the nurse and
her patient In the upper room, as she knew
the door was shut. A the fumea filled the
houae they hogan in pour through crack
around the door. Miss Carlson opened the
door a little, but soon perceived that egress
through the hall waa Irr.posHlble. Opening
the window wide; she and her patient
leaned out on the sill. the then called the
attention of Mr. Norman In the kitchen
below, by dropping heavy articles upon the
floor. Mrs. Norman ran outside and. In
compliance with Mia Carlson's request,
managed to throw some old rags up to the
window. With these the nurse stuffed up
the cracks About the door and stopped the
Influx of the stifling fumea.
By leaning far out of the window Miss
Carlson and her patient were able to breath
with comparative comfort, until the doors
had been opened and the house some
what cleared of th formaldehyde fumes.
Both escaped any Injurloua effects.
Davl Is a student at the Crelghton Med
is for Reciprocity
Executive Committee Adopts Resolu
tion and Will Send it to
Complete favor for the proposed reciproc
ity trade agreement between tbe United
States and Canada w voted by the ex
ecutive committee of J.he. Commercial club.
according to the report given out Wednee
day morning, . The resolution to this effect
will be presented at,.,t,he reciprocity ban
quet which Is to be Jfivcn by the Chicago
Chamber of Commprcfc Wednesday evening
In Chicago.. i- 1 t, s - -
Those who represent Omaha at tbe ban
quet are Meaar C. C Jtosewater, general
manager of The OmaJut, Bee, II. H. Bald
rlge and Oerrlt Fort..
OMAHA MAY BE PLACED ON
THE MOTORCYCLE CIRCUIT
Officers Are Klerted for the Local
riah. Whlrh- Rooete Ite
Omaha may be plaoed on the national
circuit of motorcycle racing as well as
motor car. If the plana now on font
through. The Motorcycle club of Omaha,
which Is a member of the Federation of
American Motorcyclists, ha voted to try
and bring this city on the national rini,n
and will start the work towards attaining
that object at once. ,
State Commissioner 8. F. Ronrd mw,,r-
the Omaha club that it had a good chance
to get the races and that it would hin.
some national riders -here. The club la
going- to start by booming its Federation
of American Motorcyclists membership.
Officer for the year wer elected, H. C.
Pierce being chosen president, T. F. Har
nett, vice president, and Charles Rosen-
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each of these conies from
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Without all these advan
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TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Un Isrtrlislai Slsdleut.
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