Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 22, 1911, Image 7

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Oes. T.ln ristures. urg-ess-Oreadsa. '
Om.Mach.Wkf. Much. Pat Drafting '
Operation 'o Bars' McDonald Mke
Tola in Baa Way Conrad Vol, who
U(mptd suicia? by shooting hlmtflf
Tufisv nUht h-ue he wis dfPnndent
ever tnMng M Jnb. Is mil In a -rtnna ;
condition at ft. Jngept hojpl'al and
Imp for hlf rrcn ery are gloomy. i
Hal for Lid lifting Floyd Musrove 1
bound over to the dlstilcl rourt on!
bonds of $JV) by Police Judge Crawford '
Thursday morning on a chars of se'Uuc !
Uiuor without a license at the Great
Western rafe. 731 Pouth Sixteenth strt I
Tour ara Asking DItotcss Divorce j
suits as follows were started In district j
court Thursday: Stella potter against j
Fred Potter. Eva J fpohn against Dell j
p Fpohn. Rose Kallman aglnjt Karl
Xallrnan. Mia M Ely against Marlon F.
Asia Damages for Personal Injuries
f tmuel Rips started a IZ.Wl personal In
jury suit, against Frank T. Stephens. 2.1
rawnport street, In district court Thurs
day, alleging he i Injured when he
tripped and fell over some boards, care
lessly le.ft on the sidewalk In front of
the Stephens' home. ,
Business Healthy la the West C. C.
George la back from a trip through the
west and northwest, pleated with the
healthy business conditions In the Pacific
coast states, but amazed at the expan
sion in western Canada, which he saya
ta as rapid as that in the Missouri valley
In the boom days of twenty-five years
Two Sentenced for Orand Larceny
Frank Allen and Frank Ptlne pleaded
g-ullty to a charge of grand larceny
Thursday and were sentenced each to one
to seven years tn the penitentiary by
Judge Sears. They stole several bolts
of dress goods from a Burlington railroad
freight car September 13 and were caught
with the goods, trying to sell them, the
following day.
Through Car Service
Over Union Pacific
The railroad controversy relative to
through car service, both day coach and
Pullman, to the Pacific coast, has been
settled and In the shake-up. It is said that
the Burlington and Rock Island roads
have been lost out on through car sendee.
Under the old arrangement the through
rs Of the Northwestern and Milwaukee
oame over their own lines to Omaha
and from here they went out over the
Vnlon Pacific to Ogden, where they were
transferred to the Southern, or Western
Pacific Under the new plan the same ar
rangements will continue In effect. Under
the same old arrangements, the Burling
ton and Rock Island hauled their cars
over their own lines to Denver, where
they were turned over to the Denver A
Rio Grande, which carried them to Ogden,
where they were turned over to the
Southern, or Western Pacific roads, which
took tbem on to San Francisco.
According to the new order of things,
the Rock Island and Burlington will con
tinue to haul their own cars .over the
old routes to Ogden, but no farther. At
Ogdea. the terminal of the journey will
be reached and If passengers desire to go
beyond, they will be compelled to leave
their oars and occupy thoss of the South
ern, or Western Padflo from there on
to the coast.
' Under the new plan, the Milwaukee geta
little the best of toe deal, as it acquires
the right to run a tourist sleeper over
the San Pedro from Salt Lake to Los
Angel, something that no foreign road
has heretofore done.
Unitarians Want
Vacant Lot Cleared
For fear President Tart might get a
bad Impression of their habits the
Unitarians of Omaha have besought the
health department to clean up the
whisky bottles in the vicinity of their
church. It 1m not at all certain that
President Talft will attend that church,
although he Is a member of it, but the
Unitarians wish to be prepared for an
emergency and a committee of the trus
tecs. Including Bernard W. Capon, Mrs.
Albert J. Edliolm and Marlon D. Franks,
Is trying to get the chief executive to
visit there. ,
Unity church Is situated at Seventeenth
and Case streets and next to It are some
empty lots where passereby have littered
the ground with tin cans, paper refuse,
rubbish, and worst of all, whisky bottles.
Thursday morning Mr. Franks called
up the health department and received
from it a promise that the place would
be cleaned up for the president's stay
at least.
Enthusiastic over the sights they bad
seen during their year and a half's visit
tn Cornwall. England, Mr. and Mra. W.
P. Thomas, parents of the wife of Post
master B. F. Thomas, have returned to
their home In Omaha.
The aged couple left here In May, 1009,
for England, to visit relatives and while
there witnessed the coronation ceremonies
in London and many ether Interesting
"One of the most laughable incidents
of our visit in London occurred when a
friend of mine who is a member of the
House of Commons gave me a ticket of
admission to one of the sessions, hut ab
solutely refuted to permit Mrs. Thomas
to come. The reason for this was on
account of the recent riots and demon
strations of the suffragettes In London
and as a result the House of (Sommon
Is closed against all members of the gen
tler cx .i.j..:..- . j. . :u,....i u-,t,,
indignation at even being suspected of
being a suffragette."
Railroads centering at Omaha are
making arrangements to handle immense
crowds into the city during the week of
the Ak-Sar-Ben festivities. All of the
lines have mail special rates for the en
tire eeaonk extending these rates to the
west line of Nebraska on the wesi. to the
Lakota line on the north, the center of
Iowa on the east and to the Kansas and
Missouri north lines on the south.
In addition to the special rates, the
day of. the electrical parade, the roads
will all run special trains, arriving In the
city at ahou noon and returning, leaving
tile depot at or about m'duUht. Equip
c.jol sufi.cient for hauling l.o.i.JO people
la to be pietsrd into the service.
A Pleasant Sorprlse
follows th first dose of Dr. King's New
life Pills: the painless regulators that
Strengthen yuu. Guaranteed 2&c. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co.
Huttdiiiar Prraitls.
Kettle H. Lambert. T2 Dorcas street
frame dwelling. II .300; Paul Horbach 1C3
Visiting Women Responsible
for Co-education at Wisconsin
Mrs J. W. Pashford. who speaks
en "The New China ' before the
Woman a Foreign Missionary so
ciety ef the North Nebraska Meth
odist Episcopal conference, being
held at Trinity chunh. Is the wo
man who tipped the balance In
In fa-or of co-education at Wis
consin State university.
Wy bak in the seventies there
was a wave ef f&el!ng against al
lowing girl students the privilege
of studving In the .university. It
wss dneided .hat If It were proven
that women studei'is lowered the
standard cf woik at the college,
the co-eds must go T,he test was
made In the year 1S71. And it was
i. fhat year that Jennie Field
mow Mrs Bashfoid) captured
every class honor there was to be
had. Co-eds have been an Import
ant factor at the University ot
Wisconsin ever tlnre.
Mis. I. fc. Leavltt rf Csaaha was
a class-mate of Mrs Eashford at
the university and- will entertain
her girl-time friend while she is in
Omaha. .
Mrs. Uashford has been a mis
sionary o China for many years
She works with her husband, who
Foreign Missionary society
from this
State Encampment to Be the Largest
in History of Nebraska.
Will Take part la the Big DayUcbt
Ak-Sar-Bea Military Parade
Darius Carnival Week la
Omaha, October B.
The line-up for the annual encampment
of the Nebraska National guard, to be
held September 27 to October 6, at Camp
John H. Mickey,' two .ad one-half miles
south of Bellevtie and one mile north of
Papplo, tear what Is known as Cinder
Biding, on the Burlington, hat been com
pleted. The movement of the troops will begin
September 27 and will be completed the
following day, when all of the .men will
be in camp.
It is expected that this sir the en
campment will be the largebi in the his
tory of the National guard , of the tate,
as all of the twenty -eight eompanlea will
be in attendance. As it Is estimated that,
the companies will average fifty men
each, together with the offioers, there
will be close to 2,000 men In the field.
All of the. men, with the exoeptlon ot
those of the Omaha companies, will go
by train. At Junction points they will
be turned over to the Burlington, which
will haul them to Cinder Siding. The
Omaha companies .will go overland, send
ing their equipment down by wagon train.
They will start a 4V early In order to
get the camp in readiness tor the main
body of tho treops and also for the pur
pose of doing police duty.
It is going to be aft easy matter to
reach Camp John H. Mickey, a the
Burlington will run suburban service
from Omaha, landing passengers at Cin
der Biding. Those who do sot desire to
go by steapi cars will be able to go on
the electric line to Tort Crook and from
there to the camp by bus or on foot.
These militiamen will taSe part In the
Al-Sar-Ben military parade Vlth the
regulars from Fort Crook and Fort
Horseman Found
Dying in a Hotel
I. T. Raymond, well known In race horse
circles, was found dying in his room at
the Lyons hotel, Thirteenth street, be
tween Dodge street and Capitol avenue,
by hotel employes at o'clock Thursday
morning. Raymond has a wife and family
living at 4630 Iaard street. A short time
ago he and his wife quarreled, and since
then they have lived apart. Raymond la
a negro, though nearly white.
Raymond returned from the atate fair
at Lincoln Thursday, of last week, and
stopped at the Lyons. Since then he has
been in poor health. At S o'clock Thurs
day morning ho went to the People's
drug store, 214 South Fourteenth street,
and bought a bottle of medicine. Going
back to the hotel he took a dose, and
was found tn a dying condition at 8
o'clock Thursday morning by L. Wheeler,
Louise Boyd and the night clerk, W. H.
Jester. Dotors Peppers and Crlss were
called, but Raymond died before they
arrived. Coro,ner Crosby took charge of
the body.
Forty-Eighth Year
Brownell' Hall, the gray stone school for
Birls on Bouth Tenth, began Its forty
eighth year yesterday. School opened
with chapel. exercUes lit S:.0. Then tne
boarding and day scholars. 105 In number,
dispersed to their different clssses.
The school has an almost entirely new
faculty this year MIjs Kupheml Johnson,
principal, snd the following heads of de
partments' Miss Mary Pathbon. prepara
tory school, Miss Dorothy Rina wait, phy
sical culture; Miss Marie Von Dulsberg,
Uerman; Mile. Marie Louise Andree,
French; Mis Iabel Oalway, mathema
tics and sciences; Miss Grace Felicia Hall,
Clascal department: MU Anne opnla
Giunuiian. registrar and history; Miss
Helen A. Davis. English; Max Landow .
muic, Mrs VUllam E. Annn, home life;
M;ss Ethelwynne I.oper. nurse.
The Hall opened Monday evening with
a reception, at which the tiuutees met
tl.s :iev- faculty. Tuesday evening the
s.trioit. of v horn there are fourteen, were
entei talned by the faculty.
Bv rapping en the bed at night and
te'llnj Ms wife the raprlngs were those
of spirits. Monte Medow mde a nervous
snd physical wreck of his wife, Myrtle
May Medows. according to charges con
tained In a petition for divorce, filed by
his wife in district court Thursday.
Railroad Notes ana Persoaals.
Gerrlt Fort, psssenger traffic manager
of the Union Yaeiflc. is back from Si.
Paul, where he attended the fifty-sixth
annual meeting of the General Passenger
and Picket Agents' aseoOatlon.
F. A Nash, general western agent of
the Milwaukee road. Is back from Chi
cago, where he went to take part la the
plan tor arranging through service from
that city to tne memo coat.
A. L- Ik-Barnadl. general superintendent
of the western lines ot the Missouri Pa
cific. Si. I.ouls: TV. H. Reed, general
agent. New urieans. ana J. jr. r un, Kan
fMtv .r. In Om.h. ari.K'ln am
Uur of inspection of the company prop
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blehop of the Methodist
country to China.
Jury in Gage Death Makes Recom
mendations to the Police.
Jurors Decide that Gsgt Came to His
Dath from Lesion of the Heart,
aperlndoerd by Excessive
I'ee of the Drag.
Recommendations that all material wit
nesses In connection with the death of
Floyd E. Gage be held by the police for
further investigation, and that all dives
snd opium dens In Omaha be closed with
out delay, were mafe by the coroner's
Jury, which returned a verdict at 130
o'clock Thursday afternoon. The Jury de
creed that Gage, who was found In an
opium den at the rear of 1313 Davenport,
Tuesday morning, died from lesion of the
heart, superinduced by the excessive use
of opium. The police .will carry out the
recommendations of the Jury.
On the strength of the testimony of
Leo . Wing that he had sold opium to
Fred Johnson Monday night, County At
torney English filed charges against
Wing for selling opium.
The taking of evidence was resumed
Thursday Running. Two witnesses were
again put on the stand In order that
their testimony be fixed In the minds of
the Jurymen. Leo Wing was the only
new witness and he testified to having
sold the drug to Johnson, who, in com
pany with Cecil Wells and Gage, wci
to the den at 1313 Davenport and smoke-.
The coroner's Jury retired at 11:30 o'rlo '
Taft Will Worship
at Trinity Cathedra.
President Tart will attend church a.
Trinity Episcopal cathedral when In
Omaha a week from next Sunday.
That has now been definitely settled
on recommendation of. Special Agent
Wheeler, who made a personal examina
tion of the churches under consideration
with respect to the location and means of
entrance and exit.
The president and his party will go to
church the same as any other church
goer, exoept'that pews will be reserved,
and he win go in and out by a separate
door. The service is expected to be the
same as It would be on any other Sun
day. In Avoiding Death
Fireman is Injured
Elerly Johnson. 2221 North Nineteenth
street, a traction engine fireman for the
Northwestern, while working on a grade
five miles north of Florence, fell twenty
five feet off a bridge In trying to get out
of the way of a passing train, breaking
his right arm and receiving internal in
juries. At the time of the accident he
was off his engine and was standing on
the railroad bridge. He was taken to
the Methodist hospital.
"It Is a pleasure to tell you that Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy Is the best cough
medicine I have ever used," writes Mrs.
Hugh Campbell of Lavonia, Ga. "I have
used it with all my children and the re
sults have been highly satisfactory." For
sale by all dealers. ...
Lewis A. Crossett, Inc., Maker
North Abiogtoo. Mas.
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Grain Exchinge Showi the Advan
tagf of Omaha as a Market
Dealers to Send Oat Letters TelHeg
Way Farmers hoI4 Milp
Tfcelr ftrala to Omaba.
tbe Market Towa.
Investigation by the Omaha Grain ex
change of i Inspection, weighing and
switching charges on gTaln In other msr
kets. shows that the chsrges in Ksnsas
City and Minneapolis run seversl times as
high as In Omaha.
The pmaha Grain exchange will' in' a
few days Inform shippers by letter of
"A Few Reasons Why You Should Pat
ronise' the Omaha Market." as follows:
All rallroadi reach Omaha direct with
their own rails, thus giving vou expedited
and quick returns, minimising Interest
The weighing and Inspection department
has been brought up to the hlehest stan
dard, making it second to none In th
Inspection weighing and swltrhlrg
charges reduced to a minimum. Compari
son with other markets directly In compe
tition with Omnhs
Omaha. 7fc per car
Minneapolis. $2 2o per car.
Kansas Citv. $1 H& to per esr
Your best Interests are conserved and
ere looked after from time shipment
leaves jour station until final returns are
Root Resigns from
the Ak-Sar-Ben Board
J. C. Root, sovereign commander of the
Woodmen of the World, nas tendered
his resignation as a member of the board
of governors of Ak-Sar-Ben. Mr. Root
says his resignation Is positive as he Is
no longer able to continue the srduous
duties of a governor. It is probable the
board will take no action on the resigna
tion until after the close of the fall fes
When you have anything for sale' or
exchange advertise it tn The Bee Want
Add columns and get quick results.
As the day for the Knights of Ak-Sar-Ben
trip to the Fremont carnival. Tues
day, September 26. draws near. It appears
that nearly 800 persons will make the
Journey. Because the trip can' be made
so easily being only an hour's run the
tickets sre being sold In large numbers.
The train leaves Omaha, via the Union
Pacific, at 1 o'clock In the afternoon, and
leaves Fremont on the return trip at 11
o'clock at night. 1
Beginning Monday. September 15. tick
ets' will be on sal at the Beaton drug
store. Fifteenth and Farnam streets, the
office of Campbell West, Twelfth and
Farnam streets, and unison's bfflce, 1717
Douglas street.
Wash your dishe3
. Ordinary dish-water only
cleans the surface. Put a dash
of Gold Dust into the water and
it will go to the bottom of
things, drive out every bit of
dirt, every germ, every hidden
particle. Gold Dust cleanses
as well as cleans.
We promise you this if you
use Gold Dost: Your dishes
will be sweeter and cleaner
than ever before, and you
t, .it 1 t.ll 1L. -
Will save at leasr. uau me umo
ordinarily consumed in wash
ing them. .
Gold Dust does better work
than soap or any other dish,'
washing product
and saves
half the time.
Cold Dust U
old in 60 sizo
nd large pack
ages. The largo
package means
"Lmt thm COLD DUST TWINS do yar work
Look at thin new
"patent"! It'saCros
sett which means it
is correct in style, per
fect in fit Same with
No. 127, only it's gun
metal. Here's a
strong, reliable shoe
for wear anywhere,
anytime. And it's
Crossett for comfort !
to $6. everywhere
W.V.! '
Sole Omaha Agents
Crossett Shoes
1 Mf
Here Is Our "Lino-Up" in tho
John B. Stetson hats from ' Good Old America"
High graae veiours rrom Austria Jsi.ol?
(We have been told that other prominent stores sell this bat for $5.00.)
Morley A Sons. London, Eng. . -93.00
Guban, Germany, soft hats....
Our celebrated Rutland hats..
Asbury hats, "the right hat at
right price"
Lawton hats, the world's beet at
"Nebraska Special Hata"
in Satisfaction -"Not in Economy
A larce can and
make baking powder cheap or even less expen
sive than Calumet the high-quality, moderate
price kind. It certainly cannot make it as good.
Don't judge baking powder in this way the real
test the proof of raising power, of evenness, uni
formity, wholesomeness and delicicusness will be
found only m the raking.
is a better baking powder than you have
ever used before. And we will leave it
to your good judgment for proof. Buy a
can today. Try it for any baking pur
pose. If the results are not better if the
baking is not lighter, more delicious, take
it back and get your money. Calumet is
medium in price but great in satisfac
tion. Free large handsome recipe
book, illustrated in colors.
and slip found in pound can.
Calumet Received Highest
World's Pur Food Exposition. .
Column Finders and Paragraphers on Typewriters
The Smith Premier machine is equipped with a
column finding, column skipping and paragraph
ing device suitable for instantly setting the car
riage at any one of several predetermined column
positions. V ....
Four keys at the right of the key-board, numbered
1, 2, 3 and 4, work in connection with four adjuft-
. able stops on a graduated rack at the rear of the
This device is valuable for quickly setting the car
riage at any one of the several fixed indentations,
or paragraphs, as in addressing envelopes or para
graphing in correspondence, tabulating or doing
work in columns.
The rack bar is reversible, so that two sets of stops
may be set up for various forms covering eight
column positions.
See this new and convenient time saving device.
400,000-use the Smith Premier.
There must be some advantage.
It is the policy of this concern not to "punish" a man
for inquiring about our machine. You can visit our office
or ask for a demonstration with no fear of future annoy
ance from salesmen until your order is placed.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Branches in
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Si i h,,
Western Farms
Grow Cities
Esttla ment of lands In ths wsst
causes demand for merchants, fac
tories, towns snd cltiea. Forestghted
man are buying land now, knowing
tnat a few years will mean much In
creased valuation and fortunes for to
day's buyers
i i i
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will learn where ths future cttles ars likely
to be, where land will Increase rspidly In
value, where the best farma are, and how they
can best be cultivated
Hear the Wonder.Ttle of the Wonder. Wesl
We have plenty of the new wool and cloth hats, at $3.00. The
latent arrlal to our , collection of M.OO hats la the line of soft hats
from J. Morley & Sons. London, England. No need to tell you how
good thev are one good hat etore In each metropolitan city repre
sents the line WE ARE THAT STORE.
$1.50 ' 1 a
Powder is Only Big i
a small cost does not
Send 4c
tT bakinq pcWO
19th and Douglas Streets
11 7B
"Hat Storo"
$3.50 upwards
I Condensed Billing Machine
! writes bills and sales book,
jor journal, sheets in one
i operation. Ledger sheets
land customer's monthly
statements are also written
; in one operation. Book
: keeping by typewriter is a
step forward in progressive
i unequalled for this work.
UNDERWOOD sales ex
ceed those of any other
"The Machine You Will
1621 Faruam Street,
Omaha,' Neb.
Old-Time Remedy
Darkens the Hair
Gives Color, Lustre to . Faded
and Gray Hair Dandruff
Quickly Removed
From time Immemorial, sage and sul
phur have oeen used for the hair and
scalp. Almost everyone know of the
value ( f such a combination for darken
Ing the hair, for curing dandruff and
falling hair, and for making the hair
In olden times the only way to get a
hair tonic of this sort was to brew It in
the horns fireplace, a method which was
troublesome and not always satisfactory.
Nowadays almost every up-to-date drug
gist can supply his patrons with a ready-'
to-use product, skillfully compounded In
perfectly equipped laboratories. The
Wyeth Chemical Company of New York
put up an Ideal remedy of this sort,
called Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair
ftemedy. and authorise druggists to sell
it under guarsntee 'that the money will
he refunded if it fails to do exactly as
If you have dandruff, or If your hair
ia turning trray or coming out, don't
lelay, but aet a bottl of this reme.iy
today snd see what a few days' treat
ment will do for you.
This preparation Is offered to the pub
lie at fifty cents a bottle, and is recom
mended and sold by all druggists.
Ppei-Ul Agents: Sherman & MuCoonell
Drug Co., 16th and Dodge Sts. Owl
Uru Co.. lt'th. and Harney Eta
t-UvJy c C"5
Friday Specials
Largest Display cf Fresh
Fruits and Vegetables
In the City
Western Burbank Potatoes p""
peck. 30c; per bushel '. .$1.10
2"0 Baskets Fancy Mli-hiai
Grapes, esrh... 20o
'2 Large Plain Lettuce 60
3 Stalks Well lileaclied Celr-r
at lOo
fcalt Lake Elberta Peaches, r" 1
box 900
Eating or Cooking Apples pr
peck 80c,
20 Casea Grogan's Ripe Olives,
special, 1 :5c quality) per tin
st 1 Be
16c Can Bnsoiys Smoked Kip
pered Herring loo
. 1 60 Can timoktd Sardines 13 ic
A 25c Csn K C. Baking Powdn
b" at ..ISO
I 4 pkgs. Uneeda Biscuit lbe
B 16 gross 4 -gal. Mason Jars,
? per dozen 5o
SOc.Jar Queen Olives 36o
Our Best Imported Roquefort
A Chsese, per pound 0e
Ef Imported Swiss Cheess, ' per
K pound .860
U Our Own Make Peanut Butter,
per Jar 15c, 8S
I lllllf
NrtB Twenty-third
street. altcraUons,
C0 O1 Qwcmo cng
erty. .