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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1911)
OUTSIDERS ASSIST MANY
"Cnterpriie of Rnnneri Win. v..
- V iV 9
from Buiinew Men of City.
RACE GETTING CLOSE FOR SOME
Hld Sparta Darin; t...t Few nr
t Awakening; (ontfKmli to
th For with ry I.arB
Nnmher of Vofra.
'T am alrtlnu Mtry one of the non
tftantant that mmn Into my offlr
Thu. gpok a bualn man of Omaha,
who In Interested in . .
;m (ariTS in
The- Be a Ad-Otter o ahead. He In
to help the contestant
and hu run aeveral arts m the ruper so
,hat energetic runnera might pile up vntea.
inner men In the city are doing the
name thln;-glvln- the youn? contestant
It la an easy thin? fr.r a man who
ha anything to advertise to glvo hla ads
to one of the enntt..r,t. i .
The boya go around to various part of the
city soliciting and gather In adj where
"v" ever been placed before.
DOlB n n 4 I .1 I .
Tna contest la dolnif the ouislci.rs Boo1,
r ,i getting them to adverUae goodi
that they otherwi U7r 1 1 1 H n a...
thought of telling about through the col-
or me paper.
The race la runnlnr vr ,,-.
and aome of the racera who were behind a
rear days ago are now crowding the leafl
ra rery hard and It looks as though they
.pUrl aneaa within the next few
Oaly Paid Ada Count.
Only paid aria in.i i.
- - n ' eumen
yry ad Is worth one vote. If the ad la
ran twtpa i ......- a .
flva times It counts aa five votes, etc No
mry re Is charged for the contest.
The rate for Bee want ads Is Hi cent a
word If run only ones. If run T,,,.r. .i,
enca the rate Is 1 cen. a word. Bring th
man ana me want ad to the Want Tad
dltor and you will be credited with votes.
List of Oraad I'rlaea.
The first prise Is a $750 baby grand Lud-
wic piano. The other nrlu. . a
H0 graduation scholarship course In the
Omaha Commercial college; third. $140
graduation acholarahip coume in the Omaha
v.u.u.,i coiiege; lourth, ladles' or gen
tlemen's solid gold watnh. .nlH K t t
Comb; fifth and alxth. ladles' tailored
-"'-. "Jwo at too each, sold by Novelty
fBMrt company. 114-218 North Sixteenth
g street; seventh and eighth. t ir.i,..i
Sfclcyole. value $50. sold by the Omaha
Bicycl company. Sixteenth and Chicago
!... .I.Ik . 1
t woin, value $13 each.
two full memberahlna In tha Tnmi
men's Christian association ; eleventh and
iweiiLn. vaiua au eaoh. two full member
ships In the Toung Men's Christian association.
THE BEE: 0MATTA, FRIDAY, JTTSE 9. MIT.
Declare Method of
Opening Street Not
According to Law
Property Owners Give Their Seasons
for Protesting Assessment on
ATsopy of the petition, filed by attorneys
for Joseph H. Millard and Ed O. Hamilton,
en which a restraining order was granted
Wednesday, forbidding the Board of
Equalization from equalising the assess
ment for the opening . of Twenty-second
artreet from Dodge to Howard streets, was
referred to the city attorney . Thursday
The petition recites that the proceeding
Of the council In creating the street Ira
trovement districts were Illegal in that
jthoy were an attempt to evade the pro
visions of the law and asks that they be
declared null and void. To open a street
her the damagea axoeed $00,000. It is
contended that five appraisers should be
Appointed and after the appraisement la
Approved by the oity council, it must then
fro submitted to the voters for approval.
Two district were created. It la charged,
to avade the pro via Ion, and three Instead
pt four appraisers were appointed.
The case la aat for trial Saturday mom
tag. City Attorney Rlne staled that he
Would not be ready to try the case then
Bind would ask for a continuance. The
Oity attorney will attempt to enow that the
ordinances are regular.
Damage of $69.98425 were awarded for
the opening of the street.
JHARYARD ALUMNI OF OMAHA
1 ATTEND ST. PAUL GATHERING
(Tare Days' Sesaloa Promises to Be
Fait of Interest aad
Several Omaha graduates of "Old Har
irard" left last night for St Paul, Minn.,
to attend the annual meeting of the Har
vard Aaaoclated club, which will meet
there June t, 10 and 1L
This Is the annual meeting of the alumni
association and will be attended by Presl-
. dent Lowell and ex-President Eliot. The
convention will be held In the new St Paul
hotel. Among the members of the alumni
association who reside In Omaha, and who
will attend the meeting are: Arthur C.
Smith. O. W. Holdrege. Dr. R. R. Hollls
ter, Charles H. Brown, C. 8. Elgutter, W.
B, Poppleton, H. W. Tatea. William J.
Coad and W. M. Ralnbolt. Eira Millard,
president of the Omaha club, will not be
able to attend the meeting.
Extensive arrangements have been made
y tha St. Paul Harvard club for the en
tertainment of the visitors. A trip to the
surrounding lakea la planned for Friday
afternoon, which will be followed by a
plonle at White Bear lake. On Saturday
the bunch will make a trip to Minneapolis,
and a tour of the University of Minnesota
will be Included.
On Saturday night a banquet In honor
Of President Lowell will be held. The en
tire association will be the guests of the
t Paul Commercial club at luncheon, to
be held one of the days. It Is expected that
the largest gathering of Harvard graduates
In the history of the club will be seen at
BOOZE, GUN, FRENCHMAN
CAUSE A DISTURBANCE
Octave Neael Fires Ballets Tkak
Doer of His Rooia la Wl
. sor Hotel.
Octave Nodal, a Frenchman, enroute from
Paris to San Francisco, waa arrested
Wednesday night at the Windsor hotel for
disturbing the peace with firearms. He had
become jubilant over a few glaaaea and
bottle, and fired twice through the door
of his room and a third time when L.
Rentfrow. the proprietor, came to locate
Earlier in the evening the Frenchman
had deposited twelve ao-franc and nlnteen
100-f ram; French government bonda with
Sergeant Havey at the police station, tell
ing the officer that tt he should die, to
He waa happy enough to atate that he
as a (urmer preeiurm 01 r ranee.
Foley Kidney rills contain Just the In-
tradients necessary to regulate and
at. xnr laem youxaaix. mbt sale a
W. J. Bryan's Daughter Weds.
1 . Hf
Woman's Work j
FOUR TOTS AT THE BABY CAMP
Moderation in the Weather Keeps
Down the Attendance.
CAMP IS OPENED EARLIER
With the Retain of the Warner Day
Mara Babies Are Kxpected Im
provement Is Already Be
Moderation in the hot weather resulted
In a failure to materialise of the :uah to
the baby camp being conducted by the
Visiting Nurses' association. However, this
does not mean that there la a lack of n-
terest in the Institution to the nurses.
The camp waa opened - nearly a month
earlier this year than last.
Only four youngsters filled cribs In the
hospital tent yesterday. They have been
there sine the camp was opened on last
Tuesday, and the proud mothers think
they already so a marked improvement In
the babes. - r
"I know this tot has more color In hla
face than he did the other day." aald one
of the nurses proudly.
C. F. Schwager, manager of the Alamlto
Sanitary Dairy company, told Misa Nan
Jjorsey, in charge of the camp, that he
would furnish the milk that la used there.
Boy Under Arrest
for Auto Accident
Activities of Various Organised
Bodies Alona the Lines of Cs-
dertaklnar of Concern to Women.
Herbert Wichterman Admits that He
Crashed Into Buggy at Twenti
eth and Sprague Streets.
Herbert Wichterman, 17 years old, is
under arrest for crashing Into a buggy at
Twentieth and Sprague streets Wednesday
night. He Is the son of A. L. Wichterman,
214 South Twenty-ninth street, and Is em
ployed at the E-M-F garage.
The lad admits his guilt, but declares
that his machine was out of order M
that It was Impossible to stun untn the
gasoline was exhausted. In the north part
of town. He has been turned over to the
Juvenile authorltlea. The arrest waa made
by Offlcera Morgan and Emery.
The buggy waa occupied by Charles
Jones, 21 year of age, of Eighteenth and
Lake streets; Ed Faulkner, U years. 2322
Seward street, and Mabel Hayes and Ethel
Police Surgeon C. H. Peppers waa hur
ried to the acene In the police emergency
automobile when the accident was re
ported, and found that none of the four
waa oven scratched.
The buggy waa turned by the impact,
wheela over top, and crashed Into apllnters.
The horse, which became' frightened and
ran away at the Instant, waa slightly cut
A door of ths automobile, which was de
scribed a a big touring car, was torn
from it hinge. This and a hat dropped
by one of the speeders were turned over
to the police a clues.
The demolished rig was one which Faulk
ner had hired for the evening from the
Bherman avenue stable. With one of the
girls he started ou on the drive. They
met Jones and the other young woman at
9.30 o'clock and asked them Into the
The four were riding close to the curbing
north on Twentieth street when the auto
mobile which wltnesbes said, was filled
with laughing ridera. came upon them
from behind. Some said the big machine
had no lamps lit.
Mrs. Ada Bore Newqulst of Des Moines,
state regent of Iowa for the American
Woman's league, gave an Interesting ad
dress at the home of Mrs. W. B. Howard,
at 4712 Capitol avenue, Omaha members of
the American Women's league.
Mrs. Newqulst spoke of the excellent
work accomplished by the league in ad
vancing the rights of women throughout
the country and also thoroughly explaining
the educational Institutions and the work
at the league's headquarters. University
i-CUy. Mo. The work of E. J. Lewis, the
founder of the league, In promoting the in
terests of the women was highly applauded
by the local members.
After the address several new members
were received by the local branch, which
is endeavoring to secure a charter house
for this city. Atrs. Clara Burbank waa
m rr.l.cxl:d to be the candidate for the first
regent of Nebraska by those present.
Mrs. Newqulst was given a luncheon at
the Toung Women's Christian association
yesterday noon by the members of the
Others making addresses were Mr.
C. W. Hayes, Mrs. Clara Burbank, Mrs.
C, B. Scott and Mrs. Jeanette White.
PROMINENT GAS OFFICIALS
PAY A VISIT TO OMAHA
BIG TWELVE WHIST CLUB
HAS CLOSING SESSION
Prises Are Given, Refreshments
Served and Sprechea Are
The Bisr Twelve Whist club gave It an
nual complimentary party to the women
of Its various households last evening at
Petersen hall. Each woman was presented
with a solid sliver spoon engraved with
the club's name and the numerals 1911. In
addition prizes were given to the winners
of the evenlnsr's contests. These, a dainty
hat pin and two beautiful painted china
plates, wore won respectively bv Mrs.
Halley, Miss Lena Paul and Mis. James
Jewell, the hooby bcinK won by Mrs. Over
all. After refreshments, short speeches
were made by Dr. W. W. Peebles, presi
dent; u. vi arte Obee. Dr. L. E. Brltt, E. R.
Smith and Dr. J. H. Hutten.
Thoee present were Mr. and Mrs. Bailey,
Mr. and Mrs. Black. Dr. and Mrs. L. E.
Brltt. Dr. J. H. Hutten and Mr. and Mrs!
Johnson, Mr. and Mis. Jewell, Mr. and
Mis. Silas Johnson, U. Wade Obee and
Mrs. Carter, Dr. and Mrs. Peebles. E. R.
Smith and Mrs. Overall. Fred L. Smith
and Miss Jennie Robinson, Mr. Thornton
and Mrs. Miller, Miss L. Paul and Mr.
Robert Taylor, substitute.
Hold Conference with Omaha
ten and Hrnrnmlnlvr,
from Dpi Mnlnea.
Men Interested in the Omaha Jas .com
pany through other large gas Interests
of the country are In Omaha and some sort
of a compromise may result to relieve the
present situation, which has put Omaha
and the Omaha (las company at outs as
to the value of services rendered through
a period of yeara. W. F. Douthlrt. secre
tary of the Philadelphia Gas company,
waa In conference with N. T. Guernsey of
Des Moines at the Rome hotel.
"There I no particular significance In
our meeting here." uald Mr. Douthlrt.
"While here I shall confer with Mr. Ham
ilton aa to the advisability or submitting
a bid to furnish the city with gas for
street lighting. A former hJd of fl per
1.000 cubic feet was rejected with some
other propositions. By the decision of the
The home of Mrs. Herman Cohn. 114
South 3-M avenue, completely furnished,
will be sold at a sacrifice prior to owner's
departure for Europe within SO days. In
quire at the office of J. K Brandels St
Monnlluht ou Lake Manama.
Evenings at Lake Msnawa are particu
larly fitteJ to those whose favorite recrea
tion Is roin. The June moon is at pres
ent In all ltd glory, its beauty Is an at
tractive element to those enjoying rowing
or cruising In the launches.
Mdame Sweeney, Nolan and Ryan
Mr and Mrs Hewitt and Miss Rvan. all of
Yaurunn. Mass . are a-neats of the fimlll..
of Thomas Klynn. street commissioner, and
and Mrs. Con
supreme court the gas company cannot sell ' ll fatn,"r "h'1 mother. Mr
..,,,,, .tuviiiKiii ui Lnic4a, secre
tary tt the junior tpworth league, was the
ha no cham a to bid upon material or ap
paraiua. in Did which we will make
will probably be at about to former figure
oX par LOQt
guest of Mine Ida V. Jonts. secretary of
no AP.Dii.iM marines, Thursday. She
stopped off la Omaba on bar way to Den-vor.
SPECIAL COUNT COMPLETED
i Report of Number of Pieces of Mail
Handled is Issued.
MANY NEWSPAPERS SENT OUT
Ten Time More Paper Are Vent Than
Come, hat More Letter It roe I red
Than Are Mailed Oat of
Omaha sends Just tn times more news
paper out of the city In one day than
re brought In. This fact was established
by the postofflce authorities in the special
count which was held during the month
of May. During that period 3.23K.M0 news
papers were among the outgoing malls, an
average of IN. 403 papers dally. The In
coming malls brought an average of 11.493
papers dally, or a total of 356,293 for the
thirty-one days. ,
Postmaster General Hitchcock, In order
to determine the actual cost of maintain
ing the Fostoffice department, ordered a
special tount In every postofflce and sub
station In the United Statea. Malls of
every clast were counted twice, both In
coming and outgoing. The exact time spent
by each carrier and clerk on the various
classes of mall was also recorded.
The report which was completed on the
final day of the last month, and the tabu
lations, finished Thursday, show that the
first class outgoing pieces numbered 2.807,
161 and the Incoming first class 2,71S,3r3.
The number of first class pieces collected
by carriers from boxes numbered 1 1,537.76.
The number of first class pieces delivered
by the 114 carriers was 1287.65S.
Th total of all classes of outgoing mail
numbered 7.S0S.949, the Incoming 3,368.592,
of which 366,291 were newspapers. The
total number of pieces of all classes deliv
ered by carriers was 3.111.149. an average of
920 pieces daily by each carrier. Total
collected, all classes, 3.402.78. The clerks
handled on an average of six letters a min
ute, of which each letter received from
three and one-half to five handlings, mak
ing a total of about twenty piece a min
ute. An average of forty-six papers a mln
uto was handled by each clerk.
Registered pieces dispatched during the
month numbered 32,616, while 8,168 regis
tered pieces were received. The number
of foreign letters set out was 18,035, while
6.110 were received.
These figures Include the malls handled
in all the substatlona In the city. Figures
shewed that two-thirds of the mall both
outgoing and Incoming wa handled In the
main office, while the other third wa dls
tributed among the substation.
In all about half a ton of paper waa
used In the main office for figuring.
Does Heavy Damage
Stock of the M. E. Smith Company
Damaged to the Extent of
Twenty Thousand Dollars.
When a sprinkler head on an automatic
fire protection system burst In the plant
of the M. E. Smith company at Ninth
and Douglas streets Wednesday night,
three floors were flooded. Damage to the
stock of dry goods and manufactured pro
ducts In the storage amounted to about
The accident happened on the fifth floor
of the nine story building at 4 o'clock In
the morning. Half of the fifth, fourth and
third floors were under water, before the
firemen could shut off the stream. When
the sprlnker burst a fire alarm waa turned
in. . i .
Cut and bruise may fee healed in about
one tnird the time required by the usual
treatment by applying Chamberlain's Lini
ment. It la an antiseptic and causes such
Injuries to heal without maturation. This
liniment also relieves soreness of the
muscles and rheumatic pains. For sale by
IS TO BE GIVEN A TEST
Contractor Will Brlna- Bait Have
the Ordinance Declared
Ths city will not be required to resort
to a friendly suit to test the validity of
the emu en ay ordinance, passed by the
oity council Wednesday afternoon, appro
priating $17,000 from any available fund
for the collection and disposal of garbage.
Such action wa proposed by City Attorney
James Whelan. who has been collecting
and disposing of garbage on his own hook
for the last three months, says he will
bring suit to hav the ordinance declared
"The ordinance will put me out of busi
ness," ald Whelan Thursday morning dur
ing V conference with Dr. R. W. Connell,
city health commissioner. "If th real
dent of th city can get their garbage
removed free, do you suppose they are
going to pay me to do the work? How
ever, I will admit that under th system
proposed by Dr. Connell the householder
will get better service."
Scalp Badly Affected. Itched Ter
ribly. Hair Fell Out, Used Cut i
cura Soap and Ointment. Now
Has Thick Growth of Hair and Is
Never Troubled with Any Dand
ruff or Itching of Scalp.
"I am mora Ihmn gratified by the successful
result 1 ektataed by the use of the Catkura
Remedies. For everal
years ray scalp waa
very badly aflected
with dandruff and
seal a. My scalp
itched terribly at time
aad my hair fell out.
My coat collar would
be actually white with
.the dandruff that had
fallen from my head.
My profession being
that of a barber. I was
rttcutar abeut hav
ns my hair in good
condilkta, and was abo
in a ooaition to trv
many lotkmt. etc, for th ami. These had
IhUc or no nffac. I had hear so much about
the Cuticara Hemedfcrs that I resolved to try
them. I itiaoi pooed ray head with Catrair
Soap twkn a wrk sad alter dry lag my bead
tluroughly, I anointed part o( my rralp
vLth Cutirura Omiment. 1 was pleased from
the outset, and continued to kep lip thw
treatment. To think that only Uaree cake
f CulK-nr Soap and on and one-haM holes
el Outteur Ointment rid my head of tha
annoying trouble, mads me (eel euH con
tented. I have BOW tot a thlrk growth of
hair and I era never troubled with any
dandruff or Hohtng of the scalp. There Is no
uesuoa but that tha Cuttcura aemedlr
Nired me. I frequently recommend tbeta to
my euelomnra, and toay thhUt a rreat deal of
them." tmirnrd) John F. illn.o, 807 Nor
folk Street, Dorchester, Boston. Maw., July
ftoM everywhere. Potior Drug 4 Chant. Oor
ante props., IN Cut um bus Avs., Boston.
airManed free, sarapU of Cutsrura Soap and
An Appropriate Present Any Time
Especially for cither Ihc
DAINTY JUNE BRIDE OR THE
SWEET GIRL GRADUATE
IS A PIANO
.HHI I I s
aV'-'-ii'"- I r .ill
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EXCEPTIONAL ARE TUE OPPORTUNITIES
to save money, and also to secure the best of the piano manufacturer's product by pur
chasing a piano from Hayden Bros.
We are winding up at the present time one of the greatest sales in number of
pianos sold that has ever been held in Omaha. "We have only a few pianos left on which
we are making extraordinary reductions, and if you want an extraordinary good piano
at a remarkably low price and on terms that would not be inconvenient to you
COME TO US
Before buying that piano you expect to give aa a present to either the June Bride
or the Sweet Girl Graduate, we ask an investigation by you of the wonderful bargains
we are offering. We invite comparison, for we know that what wo offer are far su
perior to any to be had in the west.
It will cost you nothing to look, and it will give us great pleasure to show you,
whether ultimately you purchase or not.
"Wheat & Sons, Rosewood case. 9 40
Kimball, Ebony case $ 50
Arion, Rosewood JjJ 60
Stultz & Bauer, Mahogany $125
Schaeffer, Walnut, used $125
Stanley & Sons, Walnut $125
Cable, Mahogany $125
Krakauer, Walnut $135
Vose & Son $135
Bradford, Mahogany $135
Kranich & Bach. . . $265
Shaw, new $158
New Sample, Mahogany $163
Weber, Walnut $190
Weber, Walnut $225
Chickering & Son, used .$225
Mission, sample $235
1 Sohmer, used $250
1 Smith & Nixon, Grand $275
1 Weber, Grand $325
1 Player Piano..' $235
1 Player Piano $275
1 Player Piano .$290
1 Player Piano $325
1 Player Piano $350
1 Player Piano $375
No Peering lntd
p Dark Ovens
When You Cook
on a Cabinet Gas
Each oven and the warming closet is at
convenient height amply wide and
amply deep, bnt light throughout.
There is no need to stoop or kneel to see
if things are "going right."
See how easy it is to watch everything on
and bear in mind the fact that both ovens
and the warming closet are all heated by
the one set of burners.
You can boil broil,
bake and roast at
the same time on a
Cabinet Gas Range
OMAHA GAS COMPANY
Round Trip, Daily Until September 30
OO80 38 80 nd 39.10
$QQ60, 32.00 and 34.00
$QQ00 and 34.00
Ot- Niagara Falls
loin 00 and 34.00
SyineO, 41.00 and 45.00
$!A00 and 45.00
New York City
$13so nd 44.50
13 Atlantic City
S1035 and 48.35
Fast trains at convenient hours make direct connections in Chicago
with all lines east. Liberal return limits and
favorabu stopover privileges.
You travel in luxury anu enjoy
"THE BEST OF EVER YTUINR
1401-1403 Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb.
Opposite th Tout Offlc
Room without Bath, fl.M and J
With Bath ti.M and ur
FOOD FOR W ?d norroaa m
a ww a vii who find thr powar to
NFRVP Wurk mDd youthful vlor
ork ar mental notion it-ould tak
GlCaT'8 NtrtVK IXJOU PI10.H. Tby
miii maka vuu aat m1 aJeu and Lu ..
II Bax. I Bot H.50 by n.all.
au atwiiUiL SXUQ CO.
VOT-ivu ana xog BTrt
owx Dsua COMPAST,
Oo. t a4 nVaraay Uu. Omaha. ...
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
One Dollar a Year.
Omtf.it, wfta 13-n, took en as.
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