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LYKCH SAYS "SHOW FIGURES"
Gideons Prepare to Put Bibles in Omaha Hotels
Smmissioner Wants to Know Where
Bond Money Goes.
10 ELECTION DATE IS SET
Insrel tlflrfi Artlnn An ftahmlaalon
V of Propositions to the Voters
of Ahaenre, nt
H'f Ofrlrtala. ,
"wing to th non-appearance of any dele,
ration from the Water board ih.
cumtniUHlcnrri. took no action Saturday
mornlnrf In regard to settlojr the dale for
the special election to he held for the
Voting on propoeed liV),K worth of bond
Vor the furnishing of the new court houae.
fhe plan had been to put the water bonds
nd the court houee bonds before the
people at the Mm; time on June 21. The
delay will make It ImposHlble to hold the
election until later as the law requires
thirty days published notice.
When the refcolutlon providing for the
election came up for consideration, John
lynoh. commissioner, entered a strenu
ous objection to the allp-shod manner In
which the board la handling the bond
"There hasn't been anything said hi to
Just what use la going to be made of thia
fao.OOO," he said, "I want to know where
It Is going In order to defend my poslilon."
A memorandum finally produced from
the pocket of Jeff W. Bedford showed In
a rough way the disposition of the funds,
but did not satlKfy Mr. Lynch, who de
manded a more Itemized statement In writ
ing from the architect. John Latenser, the
architect, was present and promised to
f"mpl with ths request.
The memorandum shows as follows:
Electric light fixtures 1 25 001
Jail fixtures 65.000
Aiprfiuvties (parking and steps in
front) SO )
Interior decorattona ; SR.frm
Klectrlo generator 15 OK)
Vacuum generator 320
Clock system i.OJ
Mail chut 7ti5
Total ... $5,93
When figured out the appropriations ex
ceeded the bond limit by (15.M3, but the
commissioners concluded that some of the
tetlmates were undoubtedly a little high.
ATHENIANS ELECT OFFICERS
High choo Society Makes Plans far
Next Tear at Its Meet I as
Tfe Athenian Debating society of the
On. aha Tllgh school closed a successful
ytar Ftlday evening at the Toung Men"s
Christian association, where they held an
election of officers. This society, which
has been organized only two years. Is al
ready one of the leading societies of the
school and has already made Its plans for
next year. . .
C)rle Shook wss unanimously elected
president, Kl'sworlh Pevaraux vice pre.l
tlpnt, Wad Fraith secretary, Harvey Nel
son treasurer, Joe Sorenson sergeant-at-arms
and JA'arren Johnson reporter.
After the election of officers an Informal
toJk was given by the new officers and
discussed. It was decided to hava a grand
reunion of the old and present members of
the society in the form of a banquet June
14 at ths Young Men's Christian aasocla
tlcn. Miss Pell Von Mansfeldt, Miss Towns
at.d Mr. Orchard, the society teachers, will
Next year the meetings will be held
mostly at the homes of the members, and
on'.-e a month a meeting will be held at
the school. Several committees were ap
pointed to boost the membership of the
club for next year and to secure, ths aid
of the prnt teachers in their work. ;, ,, ,
Ah American Kins;
Is ths great king of cures. Dr. King's New
"scovery. the quick, safe, sure cough and
d- remedy. 60c and 11.00. Kors sals by
Beaton Drug Co.
UNIVERSITY CLUB TO
' ENTERTAIN DR. KING
Omaaa Collrae Men Mill Be Hosts
Taeadar to the President
of Oherlla College.
Invitations have been issued by the. Uni
versity club for a luncheon which will Be
given May :3 at the Taxton hotel In honor
of rr. Henry Churchill Klntt. president of
Oberlln college. Pr. King, is a famous edu
cator and religious teacher and the club
will try to. gather a distinguished gather-
to meet him. The alumni or colleges
sit with their own classmates and
nse who can sing will, be expected to
contribute to ths program
Ths visit of President King to Omaha
a ths result of an Invitation Issued bv
ths Nebraska Association of Oberlin
Alumni, and that organisation Will hold a
reception for him at the Taxton Wednesday
night, following a banquet. Pr. King was
to be In Kansaa City to deliver an address
and, the opportunity was taken to bring
rm here also. At the Oberlln banquet ad
Jressos will be given by Rev. J. A. Jen
Jllns, pastor of ft. Mary s Avenue Congre
gational church; C. K. Clarke ot Lincoln
nd Rev. W. H. Buss of Fremont, class
mate of Pr. King.
Th Xea.l Three-H j. Treatment Cures
the Hardest Oironie lrlnkrr of
His Craving for Liquor.
Th drinker doesn't get the re
sponsible position ho la normally rap
able of filling becaue his chief tan
not tell when he will so on a spree
and e in ha laas operations.
Climb higher. Stop drinking and
take the position yon deserve. The
Neal Three-Day Liquor Cure removes
all desire for drink, lias cured thou
sands. No hypodermic no danger of
blood poisoning- a pure vegetable
medicine that neutralizes the poison
of alcohol, bulUls up the system and
leave the same healthy rondltion a
before you drank, so far as the ef
fects of alcohol are comeruel. Many
patients after taking the Neal Trrat-
' ment have a poi.it he repugnance for
I The Neal Three-Day Uquor Cure
It endorsed by clergy, press and
prominent physicians. It is used lu
the new government Institute In
Write for Free Hook
If you know an unfortunate wh6
should be saved, write ua. We'll not
mention you but will send hira our
free Look which fully explains the
Nfal Three-Oaf Treatment and gives
Tpe endorsements of clergy, press
'and prominent physicians. Plain
sealed envelope. Write XK.tL IST.
Tl'TK CO., Iept. It., 1503 ho. 10th
bL Omaha, Neb.
- ( Gideon szipackta
Fourteen hundred bibles to be distributed
In the rooms of Omaha hotels are stacked
In the Young Men's Christian association
assembly room waiting, for the Gideonsto
put them where they are to go. Since their
organisation as a national society twelve
years sgo, the Gideons, the "Christian
traveling men," have placed 80,0u0 bibles
In the rooms of hotels all over the country
and It Is theln wish to put a holyook In
every hotel room In North America.
In Omaha there are about 1600 rooms
which the traveling men would like to see
supplied with bibles and 1.000 more will be
purchased to complete the work as soon
us possible. Hotel keepers have given
testimony frequently to the Gideons that
the placing of the bibles makes their light
bills heavier, which proves, at least, that
they are read and there have been many
stories collected showing that they have a
direct and wide Influence for good.
The Gideons will distribute their bibles
In a procession which will march from the
Young Men's Christian association meeting
Immediately after the special gospel meet
ing to be held this afternoon. There are
forty men In the local organization and
they want to get as many more men as
possible to help with, the distribution. In
Chicago there was a parade of men,
and they would like to see a larger crowd
In Omaha. At the gospel meeting J. C.
O'Halr and A. R. Wright of St. Joseph
W v . W J
Jot uus Qidetxns
tfcsaftsfr-M; ''' f.4r4MpW-w...
g Billet )
will speak and music will be furnished
by Mrs. A. R. Wright, metso soprano, St.
Joseph, and the Young Men's Christian as
sociation Glee club. v
Mr. O'Halr Is a lumberman of Bt. Jo
seph and A. R. Wrlg'ht is superintendent of
a mission. Mrs. Wright Is a prominent
singer In her own city, and Is possessed
of a very beautiful voice. Sunday morn'ng
Mr. and Mrs. Wright will appear at Pearl
Memorial Methodist church and Mr. O Hair
will appear at Trinity Methodist
The Bibles themselves are entirely plain,
but are printed in gocd, clear type and
are convenient for reading. They cost only
about, 40 cents apiece and small contribu
tions 'enable the Gideons ta buy and dis
tribute a good many of them.
In June the organization will have a con
vention In Lincoln and later In the sum
mer a national meeting In Milwaukee. It
is the Intention of President Comlns and
others to have representatives from Ne
braska attend this session, and If they are
enabled to go they will pull for Omaha ai
the place for the convention of 1912.
The national conventions are assuming
greater Importance every year, as the or
ganization is rapidly growing and Is rep
resenting a constantly Increasing propor
tion of the traveling men of the country.
No commercial traveler can be eligible
for membership unless he is a member of
a Christian church and a firm Christian
In his beliefs. The badge ot the organiza
tion Is button upon which the torch and
pitcher which were used by Gideon of old
CITY DECIDES ON FIRE BONDS
Ordinance for $100,000 to Be Pre
sented to Council Tuesday.
I . aaassssaaasas.
ELECTION TO BE HELD SOON
Major Dahlman Saa that Haadred
Thoaaaad Is All that the City
Will Be remitted to Vote
For at This Time.
An ordinance declaring the necessity ot
voting 1100,000 In bonds to erect three new
engine houses In the city, will bs presented
to the city council Tuesday night. Mayor
Dahlman stated Saturday morning that
satisfactory arrangements had been made
with the county board of commissioners to
hold the election- In conjunction with ths
Water board and county elections.
June 11 Is being considered as the datt
for holding the elections.'
"The ordinance 'will be presented Tues
day night." said the mayor. "Two weeks'
time will he required to pass tns measure.
Then we must give ten days' notice by
publication, which will permit us to hold
the election on June 21, If the others are
"We have decided to ask for not more
than 1100,000. In fat, we could not esceed
this sum if we desired. City Attorney Rine
states that we cannot go above this amount
as the city is permitted to vote only $S0,-
000 in bonds annually. Already 1150,000 have
been Issued for Intersection and park pur
poses. But we can make the contemplated
repairs for $100,000 In my opinion."
The money Is wanted for erecting a ew
engine house at Sixteenth and Izard streets
and another at Tenth and Douglas streets,
and a third at Nineteenth and Harney
streets, the latter to replace the one now
located at Eighteen and Harney streets,
which Is rented by the city at an annual
cost of tt.BiiO. .
The special election for the coUrt house
bonds and water bonds, which had been
planned for June' 21, can not be heW until
later. Owing to the non-appearance of any
delegation from the water board, the
county commissioners took no action Satur
day to provide for the election on that
date and thirty days' published notice is
ICE CREAM PACKAGES
BURNED BY INSPECTOR
Police Jadsje Orders laailssneat' of
Short Welarht MfiMrM
Twelve hundred packages used for meas
uring Ice erf am and belonging 'to Brinn A
Jensen of 1112 Harney street were destroyed
by the impert'T of weights and measures
Friday afternoon under orders of Police
John Grant Pegg. Inspector of weights
and measures, confiscated the lot Wednes
day afternoon on complaint of short wieas-uit-s.
A test disclosed that the measures
varied from four to eight ounces in short
weight. Complaints against the firm were
filed in police court. When the case was
heard Friday morning, representatives of
the firm contended that they did not know
the shortage existed, police Judge Craw
ford oidered the consignment destroyed snd
the case dlsmlsed. Tegg. in company
with firm members, burned the entire lot.
Nina hundred half pints and one hundred
each of the half gallons, quarts and pints
were consigned to tne flames.
MESSENGER BOYS ARE .
HELD S SUSPECTS
Too Are Caaght la the Wee Small
lloara sad Takea to the
!n the arrest of Ray Moore and M. C.
McOlare. two messenger boys, the police
believe they have secured two of the
young men who have been putting fear Into
the hearts of Omahans by their nightly
operations In holding up and robbing
The bos were srrested early Saturday
i morning, when they were seen prowling
around alleys Just before sunrise. They were
taken to the station and are being held as
suspicious characters, while their case Is
investigated by Captain Paage.
When at work the. hoys are employed as
messengers at tf, 'South Twelfth street.
They have been watched tor the last few
nights and are up at all hours andalwaya
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Save Boot Frlat It,
a a, Xiao trio natures. Hurgess-Oreaase.
rurnaoss and Slower Vases.
Omaha Btovo Bepalr Worse.
Big Btuamag-e Bale The women of the
Church of the Good shepherd will hold a
rumage sale at the guild room of the
church. Twentieth and Ohio streets, Tues
day and Wednesday afternoons.
Wants Snare ot House Simultaneous
with the filing of a decree ot divorce In his
favor Friday afternoon, John Watts
ht-mivht autt Asalnst his former wife. Julia
Watts, asklag that equitable division, be
made of a house valued at two, wmcn was
jointly owned by them. Watts alleged that
his former wife's share of the houae was
Burkes Taka Exams Though ths ex-
imlnatlona are not compulsory, sixteen
nurses of the city took the examinations
before the state examining board for
nurses Friday and Saturday, which were
held In the public library building. The
board wound up Its first year'a work by
hnlrilns bv holding a two days test in
Lincoln and two here. Thirty-eight nurses,
among which was one man, took the ex
aminations In Lincoln.
Carter Osta Sight Tears Arthur B. Car
ter, convicted Thursday by a Jury In dis
trict court of the shooting ' ot fc.dwara
Brlnkman, police officer, was sentenced
tn aiirht venra In the Denitentlary Satur
day morning by Judge Kstelle. The crime
for which Carter was sentenced wa a
sensational one. Officer Brlnkman, at
tempting to arrest Carter and two others
on the night of April 21 at Sixteenth and
California streets, became the target for
a dozen shots, one bullet striking him In
the arm. The street was crowded at the
time and the officer's assailants escaped.
Carter wks later arrested and Identified
by the wounded officer.
Maurice Quick of Wutckston. Mo . is the
guest of Mr. and Mr a. Warren Richards,
:,U T tackier slrett
UDN'S HEAD ATTRACTS CR0.WD
Former Jungle KlusT is Killed Whea
Handlers Can No Longer
' Control H int.
Many a passerby has admired the display
In the window of the Nebraska Clothing
company tht last week the head and skin
of a real African Hon, tanned and mounted
by the National Fur and Tanning com
pany of Omaha.
The skull and hide la all that Is left of
"Aristocrat." the prlxe lion of the James
F. Patterson shows. Aristocrat was
orth tl.MO. but waa shot three months
ago, when he had suddenly became fero
clous after yeara In captivity. "
His trainer, who had handled him since
he had belonged to the show, came into
the cage one day and barely escaped with
his life. For a week the lion waa fed
through the bars and then an attempt was
made to trasfer him to another cage.
An eight foot high runwsy was built be
tween the cages, but when the lion had
gotten on it he refused to go either direc
tion and attempted to leap over the sides.
After fighting with him for an hour the em
ploye appealed to Mr. Patterson, .who
ordered him shot.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
Bolldla re ran It a.
Pavid V. Tubbx. North Twenty-fifth
street, frame dwelling. I1.M0; It ). SVrenn.
15J3 bpruce ttreet, frame dwelling. $,:!);
H. A. Scott, 1514 Kpruce street, frame dwell.
Ing. il.iW. V. N. Hill. r.U iSpru.e street,
frame dwelling. fci.atiO; Harry Kachman.
l2t Lothrup street, brick dwelling. IT.iiUI:
A. W. Honner, Sixteenth and Laird, office
This institution is the only one
in the central west wltb separate
buildings situated in their own
ample grounds. yet entirely
distinct and renderiug it possible
to classify rases. The one building
bting fitted for and devoted to the
treatment of noncontagious and
nontuental diseases, no others be
ing admitted. The other Rest
Cottage, being designed for and
devoted to the exclusive' treatment
of select mental rasrg, requiring
for a time watchful care and spe
CHARGES SHORT WEIGHT ICE
John Grant Pegg to Bepn Action
MANY COMPLAINTS . COMING . IN
V.'omen Telephone that They Do Rot
Get Enough for Their Msser
Compaalea Bar It la the
Complaints against Ice dealers, who are
charged with short-weighting the house
wives, have poured into the office of the
Inspector of weights and measures In such
goodly measure that John Grant. Pegg has
started an Investigation, which, he says
will land the offenders in the police court.
"Ice dealers, though charging 60 cents
a hundred for ice, are short-weighting the
publlo to such an extent that the Ice ta
bringing them 75 cents," declared Pegg
Saturday morning. "Only this morning I
received two complaints. One was from a
woman who Uvea on North Twenty-second
street. She paid for twenty-five pounds
of ice, but on weighing It Immediately
found that she had only twenty pounds.
Similar complaints reach me dally. Thel
are not directed against any one firm, but
"Immediately I received this complaint
I called up the ice company and was prom
ised an investigation. Officials deny short-
weighting and say that if such practices
are being followed, it Is the drivers who
are at fault."
Central Union Goes on Record in
Favor of Plan Ten Dollars
After two months of discussion and delay
the Central Labor union last night en
dorsed the project of a co-operative store.
The action taken was simply to give the
sanction of organized labor to the move
ment. C. E. Wlckes of Council Bluffs, who or
ganized the mercantile co-operative store
In that city, is to organize the Omaha con
cern. Working with a committee of three
from the Central Labor union he is to get
the subscriptions of 200 members of or
ganized labor to one share each at $3 a
share before the plan is put In operation.
The committee appointed was as follows:
W. J. Light. L. Duncan and W. R.
The question whether any but members
of organized laboT should be permitted to
hold stock gave rise to a great deal of dis
cussion. But the question waa finally
dropped when the debaters realized that it
was out of their jurisdiction, as the union
was merely giving Us sanction to the
A committee of five was appointed to
assist W. A. Christian, secretary of the
btate Federation of 1-abor, in making ar
rangements for the state convention of that
body to be held here September 12. Mr.
Christian's plan for a union label fair,
showing the variety of union goods that
are on the market, was enthusiastically
Resolutions unfavorable to the proposed
arbitration treaty of the l.'nlted States with
England were adopted and voted sent to
congressional representatives and the press.
Ten dollars was voted for the MtNamara
defense fund in reply to a spirited com
munication from the American Federation
of Labor asking aid.
W. R. Mathenson was elected vice presi
dent to fill a plaie made vacant by the
repeated absence of the former occupant,
and James FXIson In a similar manner was
mean I yy
Lowest Consistent Prices
Greatest Good Quality
Here is the event which you have not been
expecting a sale of Oriental rugs at prices
which we believe have never before been
quoted in Omaha. The' quality and the prices
are bound to interest you. It begins tomorrow,
when we present the largest selection of Ori
entals that we ever, have had. The prices, of
course, are of first importance, and we tell you
now -that they are approximately the same
that rule with importers. It is to be a remark
able, sale, and we ask you to come and see the
rugs, even if you do not care to buy you are
not importuned to buy. Just see the display,
so you will lean the character of our stock
and the reasonableness of the prices. You
cannot afford to pass up this event if you need
rugs now or'will need them in the fall.
The assortment includes Shiraz rugs, Kazaks, Mosouls, Cabistans, Shirvana,
Camels Hair, Guendje, Belouchistans, Kermanshahs, Bokharas, Anatolians all in
medium and smaller sizes and Khiva, Kermanshahs, Fushminas, Mahals, Candahars
and various other weaves in larger sizes. ,
Belouchistan Rug, 2-3x5 $20.00
Kermanshah Rug,. 2x3 .$23.00
Shirvan Rug, 2-11x3-10 $20.00
Mosoul Rug, 2-9x3-4 ....$16.00
Lcsghian Rug, 2-8x3-9 $20.00
Karabagh Rug, 3-9x12-11 ....$90.00
Mosoul Rug, 3-10x8-6 ...$60.00
Belouchistan Rug, 3x5 ...$25.00
Saruk Rug, 3-1x4-7 $60.00
Camels Hair Rug, 3-2x4 $30.00
Khiva Rug, 8-1x6-6 ....... .$108.00
Samarkand Rug, 1-11x3-7 $24.00
Kurdistan Rug, 3-8x7-7 $50.00
Anatolian Rugs, large assort
ment $10.00 to $14.00
Hundreds of other rugs of the same weaves, in different sizes, are offered at a
wide range of low prices. (
Miller, Stewart fk Beaton Co.
THE TAG-POLICY HOUSE.
Established 1884. 413-15-17 South Sixteenth Street.
BELLEYUE WINS PEACE TALK
Glenn L. Sice Takes Contest with
PRIZE GIVEN BY W. J. BRYAN
Omar P. flalllvaa ( Crelshtoa ts
Close Seeoa aad Gets a Caah
Prise Also Coatest Kali
JURY CALLS H. H. HOERR
GUILTY OF BEATTIE ROBBERY
Wymore Mil Ayasrd at iidlne la
Kaaaas 4 aar ( oavlrted la
BEATRlf K. Nb., May SO. -(Special Tel
egram.) After a hearing whiih consumed
eek. H. H. Mnerr of Wymore, chsrged
mlth complicity n the rohbery of ths
Bealtle. Kan., hank Iim winter. was
found utility by a Jury In the district court
at Msrysvllle. Kn., this evening.
The cane went to the jury at .30 o'clock
and a verdict n rendered a half hour
later. When Hoerr was srrested at
Wymore a few months ago, ha, wss op
erating a rooming house, where, It Is
alleged some of the bank robbers hd Ihelr
Oleaa X SUca, Bellerae, first.
Omar T. BalllTsa, Orslghtoa, seconlj
Korea Bishop, York, third.
Bobert B. Simmons, Xastlngs, fourth.
The firot intercollegiate peace oratorical
contesy was held Friday night at Creighton
auditorium, when Glenn L. Rice, represent
ing Dellevue college, was given first honors
by the decision of the Judges. Oniatr P.
Sullivan of Creighton took second place.
The subject proved an exceedingly Interest
ing one and held a critical audience
All the arguments were convincing and
the question of place seemed confined to
delivery. Mr. Rice covered the many good
points of his subject nicely and Is a dis
tinct talker. Incidental to the coveted
honor of winning la a prize of ITS, donated
by William Jennings Bryan, and Mr. Rice
becomes the claimant of this.
Omar P. Sullivan, who finished second,
won applause not wholly emanating from
Creighton loyalty. He brought out every
conviction of his theme In a convincing
manner. Possessing a natural oratorical
bent, a distinct talker and becoming ap
pearance, he combined them all In his
delivery, and wltb the natural ease of his
every movement entirely captivated his
audience. He manifested an extensive
study of his aahjeet and Impressed his
audience with each Idea. He merits ths
additional honor of tM If he gives over
copyright of his manuscript to the Miases
Mary and Helen -S.abold of New Bedford,
The other two participants were Eugene
Bishop of York college and Robert Sim
mons of Hastings.
The former msy have proved a stronger
contender, but he suffered a lapse of
memory during his delivery, which wss
probably due to his evident haste, and
was twice rescued by consultation with his
Mr. Simmons hsd a good speech, hut was
scarcely convincing enough in putting forth
Phillip K Horan opened the program by
explaining the subject. The Judges of the
contest were A. W. Wsterhouse. superin
tendent of the Fremont schools; W. U
fltephena of the Lincoln schools and J. H.
Beveridg of Council Bluff
Lutheran Colonists' Excursion
Juno 6th Round Trip $50.00
Why don 't you go ? The rates a re low and
when you get there you will see a garden f.pot.
The land in our Lutheran colony will grow
oranges, lemons, berries, peaches, apricots,
walnuts, almond., nectarines, persimmons,
pomegranites, alfalfa. Yes, anything. x
Have a home where roses bloom every day
in the year where there is no terrific cold or
heat. Ask lis about the excursion to the
404-410 City National, Omaha.
Burbank Wants Omaha
to See His Products
Stilt & Eosa 'Tlant Inventor" Ex
presses His Interest in the
Luther Burbank. wizard of plant crea
tions. Is Interestvd In the Omaha I .and
show. In a leuer to C. C. Rose water of
Ths Bee Publishing company, he expresses
the nope that at the corning show the
California development board will show a
more complete array of specimens of the
Santa Hoaa plunt- Inventions.
Mr. Burbank's letter follows: .
Thank you for the splendid souvenir of
the firm Omaha I -and show. It Is very
pleating to me to receive Hi la from you,
and please accept sincere thanks.
I Judge that the California Btate Devel
opment Hoard will send you a much finer
txhibit of my products than you had laat
season, W hat has been shown heielofore
has been only the merest fragment, la no
way representing the woik -
f ould not be better pleased than to be lit
Omaha In October, hut It la very difficult
for me to get away even for a day
BERRY BOXES MUST HOLD
FULL MEASURE OF BERRIES
Pes is HaelasT aa Ordlaaare Draws)
to Preaeat the file
Wholesale fruit dealers are preparing td
r... ..... ..am .b.iii.i mo caaanga
of the ordinance requiring full measure,
AajIao lr.lt.. 1 r,. , . m
..v.... w,Mi i ris, inspector ill i
weights and meusurea.
At the suggestion of Pegg. Asslstanf I
City Attorney Clifford Broma has drawn '
n ordinance which provides thst a pint
tox must contain a pint of berries At '
present. Pegg says, the boxes ars woefully,
hort. The ordinance is ready for prcea
tatlon to the council.
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