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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1011.
AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA
Boy Problem Discussed at Cliurchfi
of the City.
TOUCH ON Y. M. C. A. NEEDS
Mfrrhtati and BoalnfM Men Co.
Opfrttt at Rnmtrr flab o
Arrange for Bla Wild
'itU th fat of the local branch of
the Youn Men a Chrlftlan araoclation
hanging; In the t-alanee for lack t
funds to carry on the work, all the
Protestant r-hurrhes of the iity yester
day unltei In an effort to stimulate their
parishioners to renewed interest In the
work of the "hoy prnblfn-.
In the First Freshytorlan chuicli ihu
mo:ning lecture was delivered by Henry
Keiser. manager A Vt- Ijonk depaitment
of Benneti s store In Omaha. Mr. Keiser
dwelt on the duty oweil to the boy by
the elders of the community. His speech
whs replete with the practical conclusions
that come to those only who have delved
Into the rtacti al sMe of a subject as
well as in the theoretical side of a sub
ject. Mr. Keiser pleaded for more In
terest on the rait of the elders In the
boy, his recreations, duties, companions
The tone of the service In all the other
Churches was similar to that In the
First Presbyterian. The needs of the lo
IjaJ branch of the Young Men's Christian
association were touched upon and con
tributions urged. There Is a slight bal
ance of debt on the branch for this year.
The budget for next year contemplates
the necessity of J.'.OiX) to be expended
in the interest of the youth of the town.
It is understood that part of the amount
has already been pledged, but the di
rectors, of the branch will not assume the
fcurdens of another year unless the
whole is pledged within ...o next few
At the Young Men's Christian associa
tion building last night State Secretary
O. P. Bailey addressed the meeting in
the Interest of the work. He was fol
lowed by General Secretary E. C. Denl
pon of Omaha and Rev. Dr. Robert
SVheeler of South Omaha.
One of the local directors of the work
explained that the present campaign was
more to renew the Interest of the parents
In the boy problem than actually to raise
the money at this period. "What we are
In need of," said the director, "is men
who will hold themselves responsible for
the amounts pledged for the work of the
coming year. Our work Is not confined
to the boys who frequent the Young
Men's Christian association building. It
embraces the schools and all those who
for one reason or another may not be
able to contribute the regular dues of
the association membership."
Mrs. Lents la Dead.
Mrs. Nellie Lentz of Thirty-sixth and
the county line, died Saturday night at
her residence. Mrs. Lents was 61 years
of age at the time of her death. She Is
survived by her husband and three chil
dren. The funeral will be held this afternoon
at 2 o'clock from her late residence, with
Kv. Isely officiating. Burial will be in
Tanner at Love Feast.
""Doc" Tanner, defeated candidate for
the democratic nominee for sheriff,
and Felix McShane, his successful rival,
held a love feast yesterday afternoon In
Huffman Brothers packing house at
(Twenty-fifth and U streets for the bene
fit of the faithful "sans cullottes."
The gist of the meeting was an Insis
tent -urge from Tanner that the local
democrats make certain of their regis
tration papers. .
F. J. McShane, T. J. Flynn and Police
Judge Jim Callanan. also addressed the
Prepare for Big; Show.
Local merchants and business men with
the co-operation of the Booster club are
making every preparation for .the big
wild west show to be pulled off on
Wednesday afternoon at Twenty-fourth
and Q streets.
V.xperl horsemen of the stock yards are
being groomed for some of the stunts
that make the annual gathering at
Cheyenne a notable event.
Seats will be erected and guard ropes
established to protect the crowd from
any untoward accident at the show. The
shop windows of the town are deco
rated with the colors of the royal Barn
son. Public announcement of the show
will be made In Omaha on the day and
the time has been set in the afternoon,
so as to allow all visitors to return to
Omaha In time for the electric' parade.
It is calculated that - many thousands
will visit the Magic City during the day
of the show and every effort. Is being
used to make a good impression on their
minds as to the hospitality and good
fellowship of the stock yards town.
Aotlce to Onr Customers.
Beware of fraud liquor solicitors, repre
senting themselves at your door to be
selling for J. Klein,, which is not true, as
I have no solicitors at all. J. Klein,
Family Liquor Dealer. 2th and N, South
Betore Von Bar
Take a look at Curklns new line of
coats, the rain proof kind; with con
verted collars are specially fine for
Maale City Gosalp.
Buy your coal. South Omaha Ice Co.
K. Anderson of btanton visited with
friends in this city on Saturday last.
Low prices on good stoves. Home Furni
Mrs. D. a. Robb returned Saturday
veiling from a trip through eastern
See Theodore Vols, the tailor, for ail
Bade-up overcoats from IIS to
The condition of Jack Murphy continues
o improve and he will likely be removed
iiis nome auring the week.
For sale large heating stove cheap,
ulck. Apply bee oftite. buuth Omaha.
It was reported Saturday night that a
Ukase had gone forth putting the ban
on all gambling houses in the city.
FOR KiCXT. KEASONABLE Building,
126 N. Jtin tel., good location tor any busi
ness, suitable for office or small store,
apply Omaha Bee office. 231S N fct
It is reported that Ed Johnson, former
siayor ot the city. Is on the way to
recovery after a long selge of Illness.
John O'Hearu. superintendent of the
armour plant, left last evening for a
Iwo weeks' trip to Hot Springs, Ark.
'Phone Bell South tea Independent F
ISf-S for a case of Jetter Gold Top. Prompt
lelivery to any part of the city. Wilum
Del Green and A. F. Burth left yes
terday afternoon for Gregory, 8. D..
there they will register for the land
BIT Cherokee COAL, now, $100 E. H
Sowland Lumber t'o.. 617 N. 24th 6t
hone South T; Independent F 1534.
Injured In a Fire
r bruised by a fall; apply Bueklen's
rnlca Salve. Cures burns, wounds, sores,
Kznma. piles. Guaranteed. Sac. For sale
kjr Beaton Drug Co,
Gomez is Defeated
MEXICO PITY, Oct. I-Bssing his be
lief upon Information received from va
rious parts of the republic, Francisco I.
Madero. whom the people of Mexico to
day officially elected president, declared
there was no doubt that his candidate
for the vice presidency. Jose Pino Suares
of Yucatan, had been elected.
At the headquarters of the Catholic
party. Gabriel Fernandes Bomellera.
chairman of the Central committee, said
he believed Francisco De la Barra had
been elected vice president.
The only thing that appeared reason
ably certain tonight was that Dr. Fran
cisco Vasquei Gomes. Independent can
didate for the vice presidency, was
snowed under In the federal district
"Naturally I am gratified that the
people should have elected me for the
presidency." said Madero, "but I am
more pleased that the people have proved
my assertion that they were able to
hold open elections. Personally I ex
pected no serious trouble. The passing
of General Bernardo Reyes removed the
last chance for disorders."
Madero announced tonight that at least
one of the present cabinet. Ernesto Ma
dero, the minister of finance, would re
main. Minister Madero demurred, It Is
said, on the ground that It might raise
the cry of nepotism, but today he con
sented to retain the portfolio. The port
folio of foreign relations has been of
fered to De la Barra, but tonight he
expressed his unwillingness to accept.
for Taf t Reception
HASTINGS. Neb., Oct. 1. -(Special.)
The people ot Hastings, without regard to
politics, are making extensive prepara
tions for the visit of President Taft next
Monday. Mr. Taft will be the third presi
dent to visit Hastings am, his visit here
will be his first In the central or western
part of the state.
During the three hours and a half he
Is scheduled to have In this city the presi
dent will be constantly before the people.
Immediately on his leaving his special
train he will be taken In an automobile
to the Chautauqua pavilion, one of the
largest buildings of Its kind in the west,
with a capacity for an audience of up
wards of 10.000. Thirty automobiles, all
uniform In kind, have been provided for
the president's party and the escorting
Mayor C. J. Miles will preside at the
pavilion meeting. Following the address
there President Taft will be taken for a
ride over the city, ending at Fraternity
hall at 6 o'clock, where a banquet has
been arranged In his honor. President
J. N. Clarke of the Taft club will preside
as toastmaster and short speeches will be
made by J. P. A. Black and Dr. A. E.
Turner of Hastings, W. A. Prince of
Grand Island and Senator Norrls Brown.
The president has signified his willing
ness to make a few remarks In closing.
The banquet will be given by the Hast
ings Chamber of Commerce and will be
Special train service for Taft day will
be provided by all the railroads touching
Hastings and Immense crowds are ex
pected. People here are looking forward
to the greatest assemblage of visitors
In the history of the city.
Permits to wed have been granted to
the following couples:
Name and Address.
Clarence F. Gable, Lincoln
Estella F. Stall. Lincoln
Vaclav Benes, South Omaha.....
Mary Shramek. South Omaha....
Elmo Huff, Omaha
Vera Knepper. Omaha
Thomas Welch. Omaha 27
Bridget T. Quinn. Omaha 24
Joseph E. Morehouse, Elkhorn, Neb 24
Grace Greene, Arvada. Colo 23
Walter J. Cully, Omaha over 21
Effle Mclntyre, Omaha over 21
Tom A. GUlaspie. College View, Neb... 25
Adele Mayne, Omaha 17
Herman Strother, South Omaha 22
Jennie Hawkina, South Omaha 19
Logan Marshall, Omaha 30
Mattle Porter, Lexington, Mo 29
of the stomach, liver torpor, lame back
and weak kidneys are overcome by Elec
tric Bitters. Guaranteed. 60c. For sale
by Beaton Drug Co.
UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER
DIES SUDDENLY IN CHICAGO.
JUDGE GL'STAVE ANDERSON.
STRIKE FIGURES UNCERTAIN
International and District Officers
Come to Direct the Strike.
PRESIDENT M0HLER ALSO HERE
Qnlet PreTalls, With no Outward In.
dlcntlon That a Strike Is Now
on Between the Men and
Some men who had walked out at the
Union Pacific shops Saturday morning
In accordance with the demand of the
International returned to work Monday
morning and some who had not quit at
that time failed to show up, so that
Union Pacific officials were not able to
state Just how many men were out in
the Omaha shops.
So far ss outside appearances went,
there was nothing apparent Sunday to
Indicate that the nnes of railroad com
prising the Harrlman system and the
shop workers are lined up, contending
for supremacy In a great Industrial battle
that has been called. So far as the pub
lic could see, there was not a move be
ing made on the labor checkerboard.
There were no crowda of loiterers upon
the streets, nor were there any puhllo
meetings held that might give an Indi
cation of what was being done.
While nothing ws done publicly by
either side to the controversy, a vast
amount of work, was transacted by the
generals who will manage and direct the
Immediately after President Mohler of
the Union Pacific, who arrived eanly
from New York, had finished his break
fast at the Omaha club, where he was
the guest of a large party ot business
men and other citizens, he hurried to
Union Paclflo headquarters, where dur
ing most of the day he was In consulta
tion with company officials. At the con
ferences held, plans were considered and
campaign outlined, but what It was, was
not given any publicity.
TO PPILLION STARTS
The Ralston Interurban electric line,
which was installed a few years ago
from South Omaha to Ralston, has been
continued as far as Papllllon, the first
car running through on the new line
When the Ralston line was first put In
the cars ran through to Omaha.
Two cars will be put on the new line.
Each car will leave Papllllon every two
hours on the half hour. The first car
will leave Papllllon at 6:30 o'clock in the
morning, so people working In the pack
ing houses or other places where they
are required to be at work at 7 o'clock
will get to their work on time. The last
car will leave Omaha at 11:30 o'clock In
the evening for the benefit of theater
goers. The fare from Omaha to Papll
llon Is 26 cents and from Omaha to
Ralston 15 cents.
Persistent Advertising is the Road to
n Drop of Blood
Or little water from the human system when
thoroughly tested by the chief chemist at Dr.
Pieroe's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., tells the
story of impoverished blood nervous exhaustion
or some kidney trouble. Such exsmioations are
made without cost and is only a small part of the
work of the staff of physicians and surgeons under C
the direction of Dr. R. V. Pierre giving the best "fT
medical advice possible without cost to those
who wish to write sod make full statement of
symptoms. An imitation of natures method of
restoring wsste of tissue and impoverishment of
the blood and nervous force is used when you
tske an alterative and glyceric extrsct of roots,
without the use of alcohol, such as
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
Which makes the stomach strong, promotes the flow of digestive juices, re
stores the lost appetite, mskes assimilation perfect, invigorates the liver and
purifies and enriobes the blood. It is the great blood-maker, flesh-builder
and restorative nerve tonic. It makes men strong in body, active in mind
and tool in judgment.' Get what you ask fori
JUDGE ANDERSON IS DEAD
Expires Suddenly in Northwestern
Depot at Chicago.
THIRTY-THIRD DEGREE MASON
I nltrd Mates ( ommUloner In
Omaha for I nit Twenty Years
nil Was One of first Known
len In the City.
T The PyfolB
Those desiring to view the parades Tues
day afternoon, Wednesday evening and
Thursday afternoon and who expect to
come down town on the street cars are
urged to leave their homes as early as pos
sible. This company has made unusual
preparations to handle the crowds, but if
everyone waits until the last minute, it
will be impossible to transport all.
AFTERNOON PARADE BEGINS AT
2 O'CLOCK AND THE EVENING PAR
ADE AT 8 O'CLOCK.
The Omaha and Council
Bluffs Stroot Railway Co.
(tustav A. Anderson, for the lM
twenty years I'nlted Pistes commissioner
In Omaha ami a member of all branches
of Masonry, dropped dead from heart
failure this morning In the Northwestern
depot at Chicago
Mr. Anderson an a thirty-third de
gree Mnson and a prominent member of
Covert linlde No. 11. He ss about 70
5 earn of sse. He Is survived by a widow
and two sons, who live at Twentieth and
Douglas streets. Wlun death overtook
him he we enroute to Washington to
attend a meeting of Scottish Rite
V High In Masonry..
O. W. West, master of the consistory,
will ,(o to Chtcano tonight with Charles
Shook, past master of Rose Croix and
eninilnent commander of the Knights
Templar, to make arrsngemenls for bring
ing the body here. No definite arrange
ments have been made for the funeral,
but because of Mr. Anderson's Masonic,
connections It la "probable that the
funeral will be conducted with full
Gustav Anderson has held successively
the offices of grand master of the grand
council of royal and select masters, grand
commander of the grand commandery of
Knights Templar of Nebraska, trustee
of the Nebraska Masonic home, master of
Covert lodge No. 11, high priest of Felle
vue chapter No. 7, president of the
Masonic Templecrest, acting active In
spector general of the Scottish Rite of
Nebraska and past commander of the
Mount Cavalry Commandery. Besides
holding thee high Masonic positions
during his career Mr. Anderson has held
with credit nearly all of the minor Ma
sonic positions. He was a prominent
member of all branches of Masonry.
The most useful garment in a man's wardrobe is his Slip
On or Raincoat. Of course you want a fashionable one and that
calls for the English Gaberdine Coats, with a very full sweep
and military convertible collar. A very useful coat for fair or
rainy weather. Then there are the zephyr weight rubber coats,
in rich tan and grey shades, in fact we have everything of this
nature, from $5.00 to $25.00.
Oravenetted Coats, of various colors and qualities, $10.00
to $25.00. "You'll need one this week."
Bluffs Woman Dies
by Her Own Hands
In 111 health and despondent Mrs.
Elanche Wright, aged 2K, of 114 Sixteenth
avenue. Council Bluffs, committed suicide
last night by drinking a preparation of
coal tar used for a disinfectant. She died
at 10:30 o'clock. Her husband. M. Wright,
Is employed by the alfalfa meal mill
company In Council Bluffs. Four chil
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Tale no tnbstitute. Ask for HO RUCK'S.
CCJ" Others are imitations.
yv f y r borne colds are worse than
tttlCl lOldS others, but they are all bad.
Do not neglect them. Treat
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taking Ayers Cherry Pectoral. Then do as he says.
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Money deposited in Savings Department of
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terest at 3 per cent from OCTOBER 1ST.
Surplus and Profits 600,000.00
Savings Department open Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
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Corner 20th and Farnajn. Telephone DougUa 8040.
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