Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 11, 1911, Page 5, Image 5

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Settler. if Hr lllaff rrojeft Signing
tp for 'l?ier HoMlii of Land
Dp. Vast F1 U Alan
The litre of rh Mft-nf-donrt. the beauties
f the most beautiful part of California,
are soon to" take 2rt families from Ne-
nrarka to (to with Rav. J. B. Hummon.
formerly raalor ' of Kountie Memorial
churrh. to found I.utheran colonjr. The
Intention of DrSammon waa announred
aonn time alto, an' be has been bually
organizing a company, until the full are
almost all atgnet up t-J tAke a share of tha
00n acre anil lite -uix-.n It.
"! hnvn almoat as' manv families now aa
are needed." said Dr. Hummon Wednesday,
"and we will aoon begin sending them out
there." '.-
One of tha colonists who has been moat
enthuslestlc, Dr. K. A. Van Fleet, ha Just
returned from the valley with hla long
cherished ambition to tie a ral old-fashioned
country doctor about to be realised.
"I ahail not leave my practice hera until
next winter." said Pr. Van Fleet, "and
the land which I have taken will be being
Improved In the meantime. Then I ahail
a out there and take up a sort of life
which I have Ion? envied. There used toj
be a country doctor nenr where I apent my
boyhood 'whese reputation and practice
were spread for mile around, and 1 have
always thought that If I could set auch a
practice I would be , happy In It. Thla
Lutheran colony aeern.i to offer the chance.
"The 8.000 acrea which Dr. Hummon has
secured are located In the north Sacra
mento valley about five and one-half miles
frotnr the city' of Red Blnff. The tract liea
avbout 160 mllea from the city of Sacra
mento, and up and down the whole length
of the coast there la not a finer spot for
colonisation. When t waa there the wheat
wm headed out, great beautiful fields of It,
and tha alfaifa waa almost ready for the
first outllng. . Adjacent to the land of the
colony la the famoua Con ranch with an
orchard of BsJtlett pears 100 acres In ex
tant. In tha land which tha colonists are
to divide between them at reasonable prices
all kinds of fruits oaa be raised. Apples,
of course, do not do quit so well because
there are no faost snaps to ripen thein."
To disprove his awn statement Dr. Van
Fleet brought back with him some magrnlfl
eent red apples ' along with tha oranges,
lemons and al morula, which axe .aspeciaily
easy to procure.
Tha colony will be nearly sflf tnrtiersji,
although people of other faitba will not be
burred. A Lutheran ohuroh will be imme
diately organised.- A town will be laid out
and the upbuilding of a lively city will be
encouraged by the oroherdlsta. Canning
Tactorles are ooe certain taydiavtryaatultb
ers probably wlU be developed.
The colony will reeJUy begin Itsf Ufff-next
fall, when Dr, Hummon, will leave Omaha
to take active charge of'lt, .buCthe laud, la
dearly ail disposal now.
lays He WIH Carvy ITIar-faae te Tne
Clt Coeaell - Alr-Bar-Besk
VaJ.ts the Ovearnd.
After being refused a permit y the
fculldlng department, P, P..HIUman, who
has cenduoted a summer gardaa and thea
ter on the northwest corner of Eighteenth
and Denglae streets, ' threatens to carry
Ms troubles to 'the city council. Hlllman
ays he will ask the council' U force the
Inspector to Issue a permit If the depart
ment stands pat on tha refusal.
Hlllman was present at the meeting of
Che oounoll Tuesday. night, but got little
encouragement front the members whom
'tie asked to com te hla relief. The re-
luest, which waa expected: to, appear, was
lelayed for that reason.
"We refused Hlllman a Termlt because
Ms building is only a temporary affair and
is within the fire limits, said Dick Orotte
cf the building departmenL "Three years
ago Hlllman was given a permit with the
understanding that It was to bs a tem
porary affair. He has. never mads any
at tempts to construct a.permanent build
Ing. Now be oomes In 'and wants us to
'give Mm! another permit. .This we refuss
to do. If he thinks he" can force us
through the city council, that Is his busi
ness. But It will be a long time before
he geta tha pertnltunde existing condi
Hlllman says Td1iVmed a new lease
n the grounds, butvlthout a permit the
- lease will be useless, .
Back of the refusarlo"8rant a permit to
Hlllman Is said to be a movement by the
board of governor of Ak-Bar-Ben to get
poseeaelon of the ground. For years Ak-
Vaur-Ben has had a longing for the traot
M land te be used for Its street fair.
teals Betts, Aeeaawel ef Daaaaerlag
Meat M.oeo la right, ia Coart
at Last.
Leuls Betts, defendant In a suit for ISA)
trough t by William Itoaenow for damages
Alleged to have been received In an assault
made upon him by Betts to ltot, who hae
ken heralded by his lawyers aa on his
eathbed, appeared for the trial In Judge
gears' court Wednesday morning, looking
keek and taint end scarcely able to stand.
Belts'' lawyers, protesting their client's
langerous illness, were successful In hav
ing the case continued from time to tlms
luring the last term of court, against the
rtrenuoua efforts of Rosenow's attornsya
who, fearing that Betts would die .wanted
)rpoelUona taken aad the case brought to
Counsel for Betts'ln tUrn urged that prin
ciples of fairness detranded their client's
presence In court, and that the whole cut
Kiu'.d not he pteser.ted with depositiona, as
ftetts would show to the Jury by his phy
tlqae the iniprobstiUty of the alleged as
lault- Before Judge Sears finally decided
tbe mooted point he called In three other
Judges of the cllslriot court Judges Ke-
gelle. Button and Itedtck.
Any . Oman s eua. iress In our store
Faturdait . at 110 00, regardleaa of former
prices- See our windows. Nebraska Cloth
V.g Co. . - - - . .
The fallowing
been Issued: '
marriage licenses have
Name and Residence. Age.
Frank How-a, Omaha
Annie BalkoUe. Omaha 13
Finll L, Bellm.' Un.-oln 2R
Ivy 8. 8le. Norfolk jj
Hugh H. Mor Scalding .....s
Margaret L. McMaatrrs, Dlscon, 111 , ei
Walter Schmidt, Omaha 11
Alice Smith, Omaha
Andrew Kllett. South Omaha n
Augusta McMasteis, South Omaha &
Andrew Murphy, Omaha 7
Svelyn Hulman. Ia i'latte 24
Kdward M rcterson. Omaha 3T
Minnie r.. KIiret. Florence 21
1am H He-k. Omaha
:thel Huttle. Omaha U
Fred N Prake. Omaha fs
Mabel moaning, omana u
Harrv K Moeller. West Side la u
MaJgarut Hutrn. West Mde. Ia It
Jsase B Pembertna, Denver 34
Charge of Children's Dept.
The success of the new work of
the Child Saving Institute, whith Is
to be greatly extended In the fine,
new building. will . depend very
largely upon the enthusiasm and ef
ficiency of the people who manage
Its various departments. For that
reaaon the board in charge has tried
to get experts In all the various lines
cf caring for children. Miss Alice
Krttrldge, who, will superintend the
nursery department. Is especially
well trained for her work.
She studied two years at , the
University of Nebraska, and then
tntered the Hahnemann Hospital
Training school. After this she en
tered Northwestern university for a
post-graduate course and left there
with a diploma for work In bac
teriology and pathology.
To add practical experience to her
training she was for a time In the
service of the famoua Drs. Mayo at
Rochester, Minn., and later In other
hospttala specialising always In the
tare of children.
Miss Kettridge will begin her work
as superintendent of the children's
department Thursday.- - -
Long Battle with Heart Diteaie Endi
in Dissolution.
Services at Healdear Ceaderted by
Rev. J. P. Clyde Burial la For
eat Lawn Cemeteiy Leaves
Eight Chlldrea.
Frank Lehmer. for many years manager
of the Omaha Ice and Cold Storage com
pany, died at I o'clock Wednesday morn
ing at his residence, 122 Emmet atreet.
The funeral will be held from the residence
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. John
P. Clyde, paator of Plymouth Congrega
tional church, will officiate at the nervlces.
Burial will be In Forest Lawn cemetery.
Mr. Lehmer had been 111 for several
months with heart disease. Recently Mr.
Lehmer went to Mexico In the hope that
the change of climate would restore him
to health. Hs gained nothing by the trip
and returned home a ahort time ago. .
Tbe battle against death by his physi
cians was given up as hopeless two days
ago. Oxygen kept the patient alive for
several days.
Mr. Lehmer was bom In Beaver county.
Pennsylvania, sixty-five years ago. He
same to Omaha In 1857 to take the supor
Intendeney of the Western Union Tele
graph company. He held that position for
many years. He left Omaha In tha early
Ma and want to Colorado, where he en
tered the wholesale grocery business. Ill
health, however, necessitated his removing
back to Omaha, where be engaged for a
number of years in the cattle business.
In ISM he took the managership of the
Omaha Ice and Cold Storage company. He
held this office until last December, when
he was foroed to retire on account of U
Coattraetor Fsaslsg ts Lay lag the
Creosote Sarfaee ea leatk
Ixteeath Street.
Charles .Fanning, who has the contract
for paving Sixteenth street from Famjm
street to the viaduct, began laying ereo-
soted wooden blocks Tuesday. Interested
citlsens are watching the work, the street
being the first to be paved with the blocks.
While experimental as far as Omaha Is
concerned, creosoted wooden blocks have
proved their worth in other cities and
property owners here say they are sat
isfied that tbe departure In paving will be
worth while.
Fanning la laying the blocks on the
west side of tbe street. Thla slda will be
worked out before the blocks are laid on
the other aide of the street car tracks.
About a block can ba laid In a day.
The Baltimore Ohle Railroad A a.
aeaaees lasperxaat Change ef
Ttaee, Effective May 14th.
Train No. The Washington, Baltimore,
Philadelphia tk New York Special, will
leave Chicago at 10:00 A. M.; No. It, Night
Express, at 1:30 P. ML, to Cleveland. Akron,
Toungstown. Pittsburg, Washington,
Mansfield. Newark. Columbus, Zaneevtlis
and Wheeling. No. B, New York A Chicago
Limited, will arrive Chicago at 1:00 A. M.
Under this arrangement Important connec
tions will be made with trains of western
Balldlag Permits.
Wetaschek Bros., txU-lt Leavenworth,
brick store, SU.OtiO; Mrs. W. C Sunderland.
ICieO-et South Twenty-ninth,: alterations.
tlt.OOUJ Charles Ferguson, 4M1 North
Thirty-fifth, frame dwelling, tl.MO; M. W.
Frits, e8) Decatur, frame dwelling, tl.000;
Sunderland Bros., 1614 Harney, balcony,
S30U; W. R. Terry, 1720 Brown, frame dwell
ing. S900; Model Rteara Laundry, lion Dodge,
brick addition, ttflO; V.r B.
teilar. frame dwelling, fSOO.
Berg, S711 Cas-
wMf l Women Like
111-.; Blbbon- '
ilp KSVaV1! vou Provc a revelation to lier.
W 'JiM tK its delicate appetizing fla- IjjWmis
of tne hops but not the MWMBA
P jUstpff H ' excessive Liflertlut U yM9yf
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Noisy Sympathy for
Prisoner Gets Two
Men Into Jail, Too
Father and Son Locked Up for Cry
ing "Kill Police" When
Stranger is Arrested.
Maurice. Niland got loud. He was ar
rested. "Kill the police," shouted George Ran
dolph. Hs was arrested.
"Tea. Kill the police." cried 8. 8. Ran
dolph, father. He waa arrested.
Frank Goodrich; policeman, started with
one prisoner and got to the police station
with three Tuesday night when he ar
rested Maurice Noland for making a dis
turbance at Salvation Army headquarters.
Us North Fifteenth street.
. The policeman paused at a call box to
ring for the patrol wagon.
The Randolphs, sun and father, succes
sively got Into the row ny sympathy with
the man under arrest. The elder Randolph
had to be subdued with a night stick.
Tea Years of Religions Organisation
la Sobarb Made Memorable
by Program.
Tbe tenth anniversary of tha Dundee
Presbyterian church was celebrated Tues
day night by friends and members of the
congregation. A dinner was served by the
Aid society snd a program of reminis
cences and congratulations followed. Dr.
J. J. Lamps, who helped organise the
church, and who hsld meetings In his own
home when It was founded, told of Its
earliest history E. H. Westerfield spoke
of the church's present condition, and Mrs.
D. L. Johnson of plans for the future.
Talks were made by Dr. Grant Fisher, the
pastor, and by J. J. Dodda, D. L. Johnson
and other members of tha congregation.
The Yellow Peril.
Jaundice, malaria, biliousness, vanishes
when Dr. Kings New Life Pills are taken.
Guaranteed. 26c. For sale by Beaton
Drug Co.
In order that tha advertiser may get the
best results for money Invested, hs must
reach the buyer by the most direct and
reliable channel. Ths Bee Is that channsl.
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City Thysician Denies Epidemio of j
Spinal Meningitis. j
Spinal Meningitis, Pollnmj litis aad
Infantile Paralysis euhmlt to
Practically the Same
Denying that an epidemic of spinal men
Ing'tla threatens the city, officials of the
health department question the diagnosis
of physicians, which gave spinal menin
gitis as the caust ot many recent deaths.
Pr. R. W. Connell, health commissioner,
slated Wednesday morning that since the
first of the year only four true cases of
spinal meningitis had been reported to his
office. Of these two died and the other
two, who are confined In St Joseph's hos
pital, are in a fair way of recovery.
Dr. Connell, however, states that in his
opinion one other death has been caused
by spinal meningitis, that of Anna Hits, a
24-year-old miss who m as reported to have
died- from ptomaine poisoning resulting
from candy eating. Mlaa Sits, who Uvea at
2539 California ktreet, was taken suddenly
111 last week and rushed to a hospital,
where she died a day later.
The death report gave ptomaine poison
ing as the cause of death.
"In my mind the.e la no doubt that Miss
Sits died of spinal meningitis." said Con
nell. "The symptoms and the result point
to the dreaded disease. The - physician
might easily have been mistaken In his
diagnosis. There are certain symptoms of
meningitis which might lead to a diagnosis
Jof poisoning."
At present the physicians In the city are
asked to combat spinal meningitis, polio
myelitis and Infantile paralysis, three dis
eases .which have similar symptoms. In
differentiating btween spinal meningitis
and pollomyilltls, a correct diagnosis can
be made only by a test of the blood serum,
says Dr. Connell. The symptoms of in
fantile paralysis are so 'closely allied to
both the others that a mistake ' Is liable
to be made by any one unlesa an exhaustive
serum examination la made.
"It Is because of this that deatha from
spinal meningitis have been reported, when,
In fact, they were due cither to poliomyel
itis or Infantile paralysis," said Dr. Con
nell. "Only last week a ijroung fellow by the
name of Olson who lived at 3CC1 Leaven
worth street, died. The cause of his death
was given as Infantile paralysis, when In
fact It was due to pollomyilltls. There Is
no question that the published report was
"So far aa spinal meningitis Is concerned,
I wish you would say that since the first
of the year there have been but five
cases, two of which will recover. The two
confined In the hospital are being treated
with antl-menlngitls serum and are re
sponding nicely."
Davidson to Talk at
the N. E. A, Meeting
Other Well Known Nebraska Edu
cators Also to Appear on
the Program.
Wllllam M. DavlSson, superintendent of
schools, will deliver two addresses before
ths National Educational association, which
will hold Its annual convention in Ban
Franclsoo, July 8 to It. Coplea of the pro
gram were received Wednesday (horning In
Omaha. . 1 .
Mr. Davidson, who la vice president of the
council of education, will talk on tha im
provement of teachers In service In the
public schools and later will- speak before
the department of music education.
Other well-known ' Nebraska educators
srs given prominent places oh the program.
Chancellor Avery of the University of
Nebraska will deliver an address, taking
for his subject, "Can We 8horten Term of
Tears Without Decreasing the Efficiency
of Education in American Schools." J. W
Crabtree, state superintendent of Instruc
tion, will discuss the report of the com
mittee on moral education, and Dr. G. W
A. Luckey, professor tjf education at the
University of Nebraska, will speak on "The
Needed Adjustment of Relations Between
Secondary Schools and Colleges."
Prlsoaer flays He Was Walklaar the
Streets Beeaase His Landlady
Ejected Hlat.
T. W. Dutton fared forth recently from
onio to Wyoming. He had a "roll" when
leaving home. At Omaha ths roll was de
pleted to a pitiable extent. Dutton sent
home for a remittance. The remittance
was delayed, so Monday at 4 o'clock In the
morning an Irate landlady demanded his
room and Dutton, taking his belongings
tinder his arm, went out into the soft dark
ness or the night. A policeman arrested
him and brought him to the station where
he was booked as a suspicious character
carrying concealed weapons.
ero you orung, qirerted tha court
Not In two years." '"What about the re
voiver, pursuea me juage. "Judge," said
Dutton. "If you let me go you may keep
tne revolver.
Ml RllrTU PTf
Tm hannr in 11V ty
Its hnchl rH chkrr
fer ami nar ;
Am) LftddeM mrf
The Real Thing
Large luscious red
ripe tomatoes put up
the day they leave the
vines. All the fresh
smacking relish still in
them ; and blended
with the choicest, in
gredients that money
can produce. That it
the quality of
It is smooth and rich as
cream; and with a delicious
spicy fragrance and flavor all
its own.
You cannot rcilire how
good it is until you try it.
21 klndg 10c a can
Jst add hot wafer,
bring to a boil,
and serve.
Jnasrs: Cahtssu.
Caaieea K J
Lock for the
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Dr. Lyon'
Tooffa Powder
cleanses, preserves and beauti
fies the teeth, prevents tooth'
decay and imparts purity j
and fragrance to the breath, j
Tbere la one place -where bald
headed men chine, and that Is In tbe
front row eeaU of the theatre. They
do not obscure your view like the
"merry widow" hata and the reflec
tion of the footlights on their pate
lends a certain gtamour to the ecene.
If these bald headed people had used
Wyeth's Sage end 8ulphur Hair Rem-'
edy In their earlier days they would
not . be so conspicuous now., This
preparation does not plant new halt,
but It does strengthen weak, dying,
hair, and not - only brightens dull,
parched hair, hut gradually restores
tbe color to faded or gray hair. It
Is a clean, wholesome hair dressing,
which can he used dally with perfect
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Is sold
under guarantee that the money will
be refunded If It falls to do exactly
as represented. .
This preparation Is offered to" the
public at fifty cents a bottle and la
recommended and sold by
Sherman ft McCoflaell Drug Co.,
mad Qwl Drue Co. .
Get th. Original and Gsnulna
S3 0 Pi LI GIL'S
Ths Foed'drlnk for All Agts.
For Infants, Invalids, and Growing children.
Pure Nutrition, up building the whole body.
Invigorates the pur&ing mother and the aged.
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form,
A quick hmck prepares! in a minute.
Take bo ubtitute. Axk for H0R LICK'S.
In No Oomblno or Trust
Sundgren's -Malted
Milk Bread
Children Need' Healthy
Energizing Food .
Malted Milk Bread gives sest .to .
tne child's appetite because It Is
aa near prediKesteri aa It Is pos
sible to mkn bread anil It Is
therefore easilv. and 'quickly as
similated and built Into new tis
sues. It tastes as good as It looks.
Try It.
Bo and lOo par boaf.
Save tbs labels They're Valuable
730 tsuth ttbUl Bt.
Pnonssi Harney Sow j lad. A-1381T
Fresn Every Day at Tour Grocers.
Phone Douglas 85S
Residence Harney 4282
Beat Farm Paper.
Oat Dollar Per T ear.
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Value $750
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U 'M aatly eruaiws. tm tb. eslnloa at
First Prize
VahiB 32,000
A fz.QDO Apperson "Jaek Rab
bit" Touring car. Model Four-
Thirty, with tlTe-passencer capac
ity. It Is a great car in a great
Third Prize ,
Valu. 3S00
Thla piiaa , la a beaut! fial lot In
A. F. Tukay Bon's Ilsr add at too,
adjacent to Hanacom park and Coo-
tral baulsvard. It Is lot 4 ef back '
alcKt. on Thirty-third street, aad Is
10x11 feat The street oar Una runs
aLoof Thirty-second Avenue, st 'a
block from the site of the lot. - Borne
young eoupls, perhaps, will hays
erect a little cottage In whtah, to
live for yoara and yeara Who eaa
tell what lucky peraoa will (atd'thla
Ideal lotT You may be the f one.
" M. januasoa. umua