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TTTE OMATTA SUNDAY BEE: MAT 7. 1311.
TRENDS GIYE ASSISTANCE
Two Head. Better Than One in Bee'i
COlLBXSrONDENCE COUBSE HELPS
Maar ()!) Malting; Pestles
and CrMtlasr a-a-esttoa from
Others, Tans Raining Mack
KMwIrJt en Frnnlesss.
Ton mar be signally successful In .olv-
frig tha picture that hava appeared tbua
tar In Tha Bee's Book lovers' contest, but
1 aT you got them all quits to your satis
faction? Ara there rot ona or two -or mnr-con-emrnlng
which yon ara rather doubtful?
Haven't you turn ad them over and over In
your mind, and at laat written down a title
with a eartaln air of realisation? Just
, ar It up. and lat It go at that?
Boma vary clavar contestants have begun
what they eaJl a "correspondence eouraa"
aid them in solving those hardest pict
ures. They are trying the pictures on their
friends, and tha friends ara glad to help.
Why do you not put the picture or pict
ures that worry you Into an envelope and
man tbem to some friend, with a note ask
ing that friend If ha can Imagine what title
Uder heaven that picture represent!?
Friends Will B Plemaed.
Tour friend will be pleased at bavins; tha
natter ut up to his Judgment, and will
five you tha best answer In him. Ha will
put a lot of time and thought to the tsak
of solving the picture, and may glva. you
the correct title.
It's a good plan for getting the beat Judg
ment of your best friends. A number of
Aontestanta ara doing It
Why not you?
Two heada ara better than one In The
Bea's great Booklovers' oontest Just as well
as any ether place.
Twa heads should contain mora book
titles than one; two heads should show
mora Insight and shrewdness than ona
Four heads ought to contain Juat four
Omea as many book titles, four times as
auoh Insight and shrewdness as one.
And tha more heada you get to working
on your pictures In the Booklovers' contsst,
tha mora chance you should have of win
ning ona of those superb prises, the auto
mobile, tha piano player, the phonograph,
or tha lot
la Envelope to Friend.
Bnolone the picture that Is worrying you
fa an envelope and send It to soma friend.
With tha picture send a letter, somewhat
Dear 80 and Ho: t would like you to
help me solve this picture In The Bee's
Booklover s Contest. The picture repre
sent the title of soma well known book.
y.? ,lu' m' Rn lda to wn tht
title Is? I'lesse aend the picture back to
me aa soon ss possible, with your sugges
tions, I will appreciate whatever assis
tance you can give me In solving this
It'g a simple plan for obtaining assis
tance in solving the picture, but It s an
Tou will be surprised and pleased to find
tha Interest your friends will take In help
ing you solve the pictures, and you will
be even more surprised, and even more
pleased, to find the apt titles that your I
friends will suggest for the pictures.
A contest often gets on one line of
thought In striving to solve the pictures,
and a friend often looks at the picture
from an entirely different point of view.
Tou can get the best Judgment of many
friends on many pictures by following this
simple correspondence plan. They wII
welcome the diversion, snd bo Klad to
work over the pictures you send them.
Why not give this plan a trial?
It may result in bringing you the correct
tltlea to many pictures that are now pu
For Who fan Tell?
Whether coupons filed In by hand or by
typewriter will ho adjudged neater is not
something thst the contest editor can fore
cast. The five prominent citizens, whoae
names will be announced very soon, to be
Judges of this contest will perhaps make
up their minds as to that. It has been
argued by contestants that It would not
bo fair to a large percentage of the con-"
testants If typewriting was adjudged
neater than handwriting, because moat of
the contestants do not poaneu typewrit
ers. But In addition to writing, remember,
there ara qualification that make for
neatness. If you wish to have your pic
tures and coupons Judged neat," do not
.wrinkle, tear or soil them. The' contes
tant who desire to make them Inlo a
nook can du so. Do anything you want
to tha way of making them neat In ap
reereno. without Interfering with the
work of oountlng them and checking up
Co not separate the coupon from the
Picture. Read the rules. It Is explicitly
stated there that the pictures and coupons
must not be separated, that they must bs
ont In together.
Ko.r flrtil Prises.
The grand prizes offered in tha contest
number four. The fiist is a $2,010 Apper
on touring car, It la exhibited at the Ap
person salesrooms. 1104 Farnam street.
The second prize Is a 7oO. tt-nole Kimball
Player-plano. It Js shown at the A. Hospe
tore. 1511 Farnam sireet. For third prlae
6"0 lot In A. P. Tukey and Son a ller
addition Is offered. Tukey and Son have
their offio.ln room S. Board of Trade
building. Fourth prize 1. a Columbia
Grafonola "Regent." which Is exhibited
at the Columbia Phonograph company
ngency, uu-13 Farnam street.
LEAFDAHLMAY HAVE LED
DUAL LIFE IN STATE
alctde of Ma., llrlua. unrd KniB
Woman at Hurke galng Mie 1.
ORAMJ ISI.ANO. Neb.. May S -,.p '
cll.t-A leuer f .., Kmke. Neo.. to the
local authorities Ind'cutrd that Theodore
Iafdehl. who committed eulcicla here a
taw week. ago. may ,.v. Mv,.d di,ub)e
Ufa for years. Hie letter I from a wo
man who allegoa that she Is Leafdahl'a
wife and the mother of his three children
She gave souk- incaris of identification and
the apparent -.o.1 Mrs. Leafdahl. who is
till here. U hra iloken o.-r the revela
tion, maklnc si.nnnent con oln.railiig the
first wife vie- .,f the situation and Iden
tifying certain property kf, hv i.,aMah,
In the hapa of musical ;n-Mi um.-ntx a
It la ald that I.eafdahl aKUid the
local Mrs. Le.Mahl ,hi he Im.l heen d.
vorced and that f,r had the .l-.rre She
dmlts that she h r.,r, .ei
aree. It Is alo s at-d tfnt lat'.ahl fre
auently left her for several v.fc.l.s at a
time upon hi. -i." ociasion l.e -,i.t ,
bad buaineas el.-ei,ere and ile a. im
plicit confidence in ;,m. rhr ti,r-,v Is r,.w
advanced that lafdalil. lo ca;
a a taxation Army worker or similar
ovangell.tlc work. wa driven to ucl,i
M,. "i f0"0'0"'""8" ' h' --s:tioh.
Mrs. Lefdhl. s ho Is hC: e. has made
many warm frUnds. it a modest and re
Urlng woman and tho-e ,mr).,v r
aay ihey will ud by hrr and kltl hnr
In ver' way possible.
a lalj ,.,,
heuld be covered lth clean bandages sat
rrated with Bucklen s Arnica Salve Heal,
burne. wounds sore., riiefc a. Kor ,
by Beaton Drug to.
Church to Be Dedicated Today
VLV" V; -.
NEW METHODIST CHURCH AT DATVID
DAVID CITY", May 6-(BpeclaL)-The
new church recently completed by the
Methodiat congregation here will be ded
ciated tomorrow by Blahop Robert Mc
Intyre of St. Paul, who will preach the
morning sermon. The evening sermon will
be by Rev. O. W. Abott. pastor of Trinity
Methodist church. Omaha, who was In
charge of the work here In 1SS1-D2.
Have Boot Print It.
Oaa, Zlactrlo Fixtures. Bnrgess-Granden.
Delegate to Tuberculosis Convention
Mlas I.. B. Stuff, secretary of the exam
ining board of nurses, has been appointed
a delegate to the National' Tuberculosis
convention whloh will be held In Denver
on June 20 and 81, by the nurses state
Park Board Meets BConaav a
tsatlon of the board of park commissioners
will be effected at a meeting to be held
Monday morning. A meeting scheduled
for Saturday morning, was postponed be-
cauae 01 a isck 01 a quorum., A successor
to President Ed. Berryman will be named,
as win a vice president and secretary.
Was Dr. W. A. Thomas Kurt? An un
confirmed rumor was circulated Friday
night that Dr. W. A. Thomas, rientlnt. !
Branil. is building, had been seriously ln-
juren in an automobile wreck between
Elkhorn and Columbus. According to tha
report. Dr. Thomas was driving his ma
chine at a high rate of speed when the
steering gear broke, causing the machine
to turn turtle in a ditch. It waa said
that the doctor had been removed in a
serious condition to a Columbus hospital.
Inquiries at tha hospital develonert the
fact that no auch said patient had been
orougnt in rriaay night. At the doctor's
office It was admitted that he had mnt
on an automobile trip In the neighborhood
or in accident, but no word had been re
ceived from him since tils departure Fri
LEAD SLAB IMBEDDED IN TREE
Marker Left by Levels and Clark la
Fonad Near Stanton, Soath
ABERDEEN. S. D.. May fSneclal
While chopping down an old cottonwood
tree near the Yellowstone river basin,
John Xlllson. a Stanton, N. P., woodcut
ter, chopped Into a lead slab neai-lv It
lnche square and a half Inch thick, upon
wnicn was round the lnscrclption, "Lewlj
and Clark. 180S, Exp. 8. F. ' V. S. 12
Oov." This slab Is believed to have been
a landmark fixed Into the tree by the
early explorers whose names appear on
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
Big Return. ,
Attractions in Omaha.
"The Paradise of Mahomet'' at the
"The Lost Trail' at the Boyd.
Vaudeville at the American.
Vaudeville at the Orpheum.
Hurleaque at the Gayely.
Burlesque at the Krug.
Mary Uardea at the Hruailrli. .
It was not Mary Carden In a Bong recital
last night. There were no songs by the
Immortal song-w liters. It was not Mary
Garden, the cosmopolitan singing-artiste.
The program was not cosmopolitan; insofar
as she was concerned, it was chauvinistic.
No, last night's offering at the Brandeia
theater was Mary Garden, the person.
Mary Garden, clad In the vesture of the
spring Itaelf. Mary Garden In large capital
letters, doing things a Mary Garden alone
dcu-a them. Whether It Is to be regretted
that the class Is represented by only one.
or whether It is a cause for gratification
Is an open question. There are some who
were thrilled to the marrow by her garden
ing, and there were some who looked at
others and wondered!
But the audience was large and none but
a society editor could do Justice to the
costumes, coiffures and othi-r attractions
of the fair sex. The enthusiasm alao was
enough to please even a prima donna of
the Metropolitan opera like the unique and
; iiivcn-tuacusaea iary oi tne floral name.
Arias from "Tosvs," "Louise," "Thais'"
i and "ilerodlade" were delivered in the
most perfervld and impassioned manner,
i There was no or. hestra and there was no
j scenery. Theie was but one costume, and
! that was the wonderful creation which
i Miss Garden chose to appear in. Her work
' at all times ni of lite most Intense nature
and she seemed to be doing her very best
to do her work in spite of conditions. She
needs the kurroundinga which she is gc
customed to In opera. There, she Is an
Interpreter, alive, powerful, convincing, aa
an Interpreter. On the tel:al or concert
platform, she Is merely sn Illustration .
Hut she Is not voiceless, as some would
assert. She has a kdg voice and from Its
j depth and height she pour, forth many
I tones of beauty, but It Is not all beautiful.
J Fhe sang as an actresa acting a role, and
' If one does not sea the story unfold there
J la disappointment. One wishes to hear her
I In opera, i'eiiiapa this la one of the pur
! pose, of her tour. Far be it from the mere
man to s.y that curiosity has much to do
!'th bringing large audiem-es to see the
i much talked -of woman. Hut Salome In
; dvaalng-rnnm mood, m. i ompanled by a
young t'entleman in faultless evening attire
of conventional type, on a modem grand
pianoforte la quite Impossible to conceive,
and somehow wtkto on think of Mary
CITT-OOV. ALDRICH TO PRE8IDB.
This evening Bishop Mclntyre delivered
his leoture on "Buttoned up People." Gov
ernor Aldrlch who Is a member of the
congregation presided at this service.
The new structure which was erected at
a cost of I3E.0OO replaces the old church
which waa burned In February of last
Mistakes Acid for
Beer and Takes Dose
that Ends His Life
Aged Laborer Swallows Poison and
is Found Dead in Room
Mistaking a bottle of carbolic acid for
beer, which stood alongside on a cabinet
shrlf, cost Thomas Fitzgerald, a packing
nous? laborer, his life Saturday morning
In Bouth Omaha.
Fitzgerald was found dead In his room
by the police at i o'clock Saturday morn
Ing. He had been dead for several hours.
The p Mice were call-d by p-rsons In the
room ng house at Trlrty-flrst and R
8'reets. who thought that the aged man
The dead man was 65 years old. He Is
survived by one daughter, Mrs. Lake.
Twenty-fifth and N streets. His wife died
three years ago.
The ftint ral Is to be he!d Tutsiay. The
body was tak-n to the mcrus of B rncJ
J. Lnrkln, Ceputy coroner. No Inquest
will be held.
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS
Second Annnal Contest Will Be Held
at the Field Club '
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The second annual Omatia High school
golf, tourney will take place In a few weeks.
Harold Johnson, champion of 1910. la called
upon to defend h!s title. Twenty or twenty
five boys will be entered In the tourney.
The tournament will be held on the Field
Tad Forbes, who organized the first high
sihool golf events. Is In charge this season,
and lie is already miking the plans for tie
arranging of the entries. A silver loving
cup will be the challenge cup this year.
H sides . Forbes .and Johnson there nre
seveial classy golfers amcng the local
boys. George Ross of the Happy Hollow
club astonished them all In the state tour
nament last season and 'Is accounted a
possible winder of the high school event.
Het a Bee cata'ogun cf S 000 book titles
It will help solve puzzle pictures. On sale
at Bee ofllce, a.", cents; mall. SO cents.
Garden he thinks oi l alomu. uut u. naps
to the great 'exploitation of her work In
this part In the public press.
Miss Garden was assisted by Arturo
Tlbaidl, who played the violin solos of the
evening in a very artistic manner. Mr.
Howard Brockway pianist-composer, and
accompanist for the artiste, also made a
good Impression and received pronounced
applause for his able and efficient as
sistance on the progrsm. k.
Local Stage Mote.
This afternoon and tonight at the Bran
dels theater the Grace Van Studdiford com
pany will present the new opera bouffe,
"The Taradlse of Mahomet." Miss Grace
Van Studdiford will appear In the stellur
role. Supporting her Is a company that has
been pronounced the greatest aggregation
of vocalists and comedians which has been
brought together in this country in years.
Kor three flavs starling Kunday evening
and a apecial matinee on Tuesday Henry j
W. lavage will offer "The Merry Widow."
The cast to be seen here is announced as I
the strongest that has ttiterureted "Th. I
j Merry Widow" In America. Among the I
I company are numbered Mabel WHber,
('haiies Meakina, R. K, Graham. Ivy tjcott,
rrea rrrar. Harold Blake, F.J. McCarthy I
and Leona Brandt. - i
This week has been one of the most auc- I
cessful of the week at the Orpheum. Next i
j week another banner bill will be offered at I
I Omaha' temile of mirth and melody.
I Miss Helena Frederick will be her. h ,
I adaptation of "The Tales of Hoffman,"
I with a fine supporting ruinpaity o. ...n0...r.
i Other acts will l.e; Welch, Mealy and'
I Montrose; General" hklward La ins. Km-'
jplre comedy four, I.ee farrillo. Maxim' j
I Models and the Three Misses Weston. Cur- '
tain promptly at 8:1S this evening. ta!ly
' matinees. '
I The Frank K. Long slock company Is
'(losing Its second week at the Boyd today
with twg performances of "The Ixt
j Trail " This organization haa proved Itself
" "o jiie ciiinranv, snu nas won favor
among the patrons of the Boyd to the ex
tent that Ita engagement may already be
cailed a success. Kor next week the bill
will be "lna Rivers." with Miss Sullivan
In the name part.
The 'American and Krug close their aea-
snns this evening.
I Tl. ' r.a'tv rut" will close Its second
4h Gsyeiy this afternoon, and this '
levcriina the usual a mo ,. . k n . !
lluw win d 1
gnen. on s-uoday afternoon the "Crackar- '
Uolonist Tickets Are
Sold for Hoineseekers
Revised ligures Show Reoord Move
ment to tha Westera Country
Revised statistics compiled by officials
of the llmriinan lines and furnished by
representatives of other railroads, which
handled colonlut passenger business to the
l aclflc Coast during the thirty days period
ending April 10, disclose that all record
for that class of travel during the annual
"spring rush'' were smashed Una year.
Tables uliuw that V6.UU0 passengers trav
eled train hundteds of points In the east,
north and south to cities on the western
edge of the continent, while the specRLl
rates offered by the various lines were
This figure, it Is declared, exceeds bf
fully li.Ojo the total of last spring.
Ihc travel this year wan distributed aa
Southern i'aoLtlo, via ugden, via
El Paao, via, Li Angeles, bi; via
Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navi
gation company, 11,600,
Atctiison, Topeka 4 Santa Fa, 20,000.
Northwest route, via Hill lines (esti
mated), l&,eoO; via other line (estimate.!),
it 1 calculated that fcO.OOO of these, who
traveled on colonist ticket tins spring
went to California and extreme western
states other than those classified in the
t acitiu northwest group.
Data compiled by representatives of the
Hairlman roads lor the oprtng period oi
UU0 show that 21,170 colonist passenger
were transported over the Southern Paclti.
during that time and that 10,409 others
traveled over the Oregon-Washing ton Rail
road and Navigation company route.
. The total of the Santa Ke road this
year, It is declared, shows an Increase of
16 per cent over the btiatneaa done last
A table prepared by passenger traffic
officials of the Harrlman' lines in regard
to colonist travel to California from the
spring of 1901 to the fail of 1310 contains
the following figures:
Via Ogdan, gK,760 via B Paso, 17,87;
via Portland, 45,7M via Las Angeles,
14,106; total, 625,828.
This cut represents the
acreage of the old South
Omaha Country Club platted
in small tracts which are
placed on sale today, and will
continue until every tract is
Sale at popular prices will
continue from day to day un
til all tracts are sold. Come
and look it over TODAY.
Take interurban car at 24th
and N Sts., and get off at
Club Grounds Depot. Our
salesmen will be there to
Real Estate and
I Idaho Farmers
j Are Urged to Collect
i Specimens of Crops
Commercial Club at Pocatello Offers
Frizes Calculated to Raise
POCATBLJA3, Idaho, May .-That Ban
nock county should and will collect a
creditable exhibit of soil products for
placing at the great Omaha I -and Pro
duct exposition, to be held In October of
this year. Is the firm belief of the board
of governors of the Pocatello Commer
cial club, who have under consideration
a plan to begin at once the gathering of
such an exhibit and the payment of cash
prises to Bannock county farmers for the
best specimens. A club commluee con
sisting of Colonel J. M. lngereoll, E. C.
White, F. R. Burrus. C. W. tlrav and C.
A. Valentine baa the work In charge.
For years and years Bannock county
has been behind all other Idaho counties
In the matter of exhibit at fairs and
expositions not because this favored sec
tion of the state Is not a rich a others
In all the various product of the soil,
but because there ha bn a lack of
organisation In gathering aamDlea. The
nearest approach to a creditable exhibit
waa gathered for the Seattle exposition,
and the greatest credit for that success
1 due C W. dray, who privately gath
ered some attractive specimen of fruits,
grains, grasses and minerals, whloh were
added to by the Commercial club.
A number of member of the club have
signified their willingness to contribute
liberally toward a fund from which to
pay cash prizes. Colonel Ingeraoll alone
offering S26. Cash prise would encour
age farmer to greater efforts, and would
result In an excellent advertisement of
the county' marvelous resources.
Anwther Klad of Mas;.
TL V. Jewell told this one recently: "1
navo a very dear old housekeeper she Is
aged, but she haa been like a mother to
me. A little while ago I noticed that my
allver shaving mug was slightly tarnished,
and I asked the old lady to polish it for
me. The next morning I found It shining
like the sun. I completed my toilet and
then went Into the kitchen to thank her
for her kindness.
" 'Mrs. Gorman,' I said, 'my mug looks
a lot nicer this morning.' "
" 'It surely Joes. Mr. Jewel,' she replied,
glancing up at me. 'Tou always look a
lot better with a clean shave.' "Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
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Mrs. Freeman Pleads
Innocence of Murder
Woman Who Killed Husband Will
Fight for Liberty Under "Un
Mrs. I.lxzln Freeman, who shot and fa
tally mounded her husband. Karl Freeman,
April 17. waa arraigned In dlntrlct court
Ptturday morning. The charge against her
la murder In the first degree.
"Ood knows. I am not guilty," was all
that could he gotten from her by the Judge
In answer to the formal questions concern
ing the hiring of a lawyer. Mra. Freeman
Is a nervous wreck.
Mrs. Freeman found her husband In the
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The season is on. You possibly need Hose, Lawn
Mowers, Grass or Hedge Shears, Sprinklers. , j
Fly time is also here. We have all widths of Bronze,
Pearl, Alumina and Black Wire Netting, also Screen
Frames and Doors.
See our prices on Cdet Lawn Mowers, the best low
priced mower on the market. 12-inch, $3.00; 14-inch, $3.25;
16-inch, $3.50. Then we have special prices on Regal, Lake
wood and Continental Lawn Mowers.
JAS. MORTON Ik S0 CO.
TOOLS AND HARDWARE.
1511-13 DODGE STREET. ,
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WHEN crossing a street on which there are street car tracks,
whether you are walking or iriving, it behooves you td
look up and see that the tracks are clear before you attempt to
cross. Don't ever run across the track in front of a moving car
in yonr eagernef. to 6ave a second or two a Blip or a stumble
and the car is upon you before you can regain your feet. Do not
alJow yourself to become absent minded on the streets, it is too
acd Council Bluffs
company of another woman. Her defense
will be "the unwritten law."
Arlhur B. Carter, charged with shooting
with Intent to kill :n wounding Ed Brink
man, polloo offlrer. In a running fight on
the street April II. was arraigned and en
tered a plea of not guilty.
James Bryan, convicted tw weeks apn
of the snaaiilt and robbery of John H
Rupe. a pool hall man, on February 4.
waa sentenced by Judge Kstelle to fifteen
yesrs In the penitentiary. The aentenca
provoked some little surprise; as fifteen
years is the limit sllowed on Ihst charge.
A marked dime belonging to Hup, and
found in Bryan's possession when arrested
played a large part In hla conviction.
Oreat stock reducing ile to last thlrtv
da vs. of men's. Indies' and children' hoes
and oxfords. Johnnon Karluqutat Shoe
Co., 6 North D4;h streot
Street Ry. Co.
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