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TJTF, BEE: OMATTA. TTTTTJSIWY. OCTOBER 5. 1?1T.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Rare Koot Print I.
Oat, r.-r. Fixtures. 3 :r jt-Orcln
Om. Uch. Wit Expert auto repairs.
Out of town Dealers should not fall
to visa thp immi ni' hound) dti-play iI
th Carrntor J api-r company
Matter Admitted to Practlca Thomas
H. Mutters, a ouim- tmiana attorne ,
"l( admitted t.i prartiir in tlir federal
ronn Wdnp.- d iv.
ladlaa' Soolety Start Work The
laulP.' Mn 'cty of 1 1 1 1' l .i I onu'i national
church will start Its wsmiii's work with
a luncheon in the hurcli parlors Satur
day. Banner Lolje to Meet. Banner Uodge
No. 11. Fraternal I'nlon ot Amerka, will
hold an open meeting Thursday e cuing
in their Taxton block hall. Sixteenth mid
Va 1 nam streets
Wilson Caaa Again Continued. T he
ease against Jjnies Wilson f"i .1 1 1 s; t 1
illtedl regiMration was continui-d for the
third time In police court "educsday
morning. The case will come up for trial
on next Wednesday.
To Protect Home. Chief of Detec
tives Savage has Issued a warning to the
residents of Omaha regarding the leaving;
of houses alone at nltihl. He urge.- people
to leave somebody In Hie hou:-e when
i he ownerf go out in the oveninpt
Sentenced on Pickpocket Charge.
Blanche Williams, colored, woli v. an ai
ifsted Tuesday afternoon on tin carni
val grounds, was sentenced to fifteen
days by Judge Crawford Wednesday
morning on a charge ol being a pick
pocket. City la Enjoined. Suit to restrain the
i.ny of umaha from inu i fei nijj with the
vies or property of ilic Omaha Klectrlc
Lipht aud Power company hut been filed
in the office of the clerk of the United
.-tales circuit court by ,lnd(;e VV. D. Mo
Hutth. attorney for the Old Colony Trust
i ompany, which hold mortRagea on the
ironrhiFp of the light company, along
w itli other property.
Woman Injured at Pepot. While
.-.lout to board a train tor iter home in
Hartley, Neb., after leaving lmmait'iel
hospital. Mrs. Jaine Carnahau wa
.-rnouMy injured. She was Just about
to step upon the coach platform when
Ihe train lurched. Hnd she was thrown
to the brick pavlnt', s-ustalninK Injuries
to her hip and vpliu:. She I confined to
life home In Hartley.
Farmers to Colnmbus. Nebraska
delegates to the 1 ai nn-r.-' National Con
tie: !; to be held In . Columhus. O.. will
leave Omaha on October 10 by way of
Chicago, at which point they will board
the Big I'our for Columbus. K. W. Mc
CinnlH of Fremont It- chairman of the
Nebraska cornmltteo and he Is prepared
to furnish information to all farmers who
desire to attend the meeting.
Bert Keeley Return. Bfrt Keeloy,
tin Kourke'K star pile! er until lie was in
jured in the Indlanola wreck, is coming
back to Omaha, but not with a ball team,
lie has a moving picture show which he
has purchased. He has '-'.. feet of film
entitled "Days in Wyoming." It depicts
the leading ball players In cowboy clothes,
burking and w ild horses and real Indiana.
He expects to arrive in Omaha shortly
after October 10.
Drama and Letters
That there are fewer unworthy playa
on the American stage today than ut
any time in the lai-t quarter of a cen
tury and that this cheek to the flood
of undesirable dramas is due to the
influence of the thinking women of the
country was maintained uy T. V. AlcC'ul
lough in a lecture before the literature
department of the Woman's club Wednes
day morning on "The Relation of the
I'rama to Literature. '
Mr. MeCullough traced the develop
ment of the drama from the pageants
pf ancient Egvpt to the plays of today,
giving particular attention to the works
of contemporary playwrights of Europe
Ibsen. Maeterlinck, Rostand. Pinero,
lones, fhaw ane) Zangwill.
Mr. MeCullough said that prenent day
American drama is too near to pass
ludgrment upon, that time will tell
whether playH by ! lt'h, Belasco and
ithers will survive, that up to date then
-U'cxsk may be nameu in dollars aud
The eaf with which hooks are changed
into plays and vice versa, said Mr.
MeCullough, shows the intimate relation
f drama and literature. The difference
is principally one of form, and It Is a
iiiestlon which Is the better mode of
expression. The purpose of the drama
should be to instruct rather than to
amuse, to put before people i.ie gnat
truths of life.
The address was a fitting introduction
tu the course in ancient, mediaeval and
u odern drama which the literature de
; -rt'iienl will piirsii Wednesday mot u
., s meeting being the opening ot In
i- j'lin'n work.
Soldiers to Arrive
on Special Trains
"Time special tram wni tim. th .'
i a' 'tial guardsmen ' -imp John i
Mil kev to Omaha Thi.r u.i to take j.
;n the military parade, in .".hidi i i, i
aimv soldiers from 1'ort crook will jl
Ihe Burlington will have the tram.- i
Hie track through the camp early In i.
morning and the your-- soldiers
lioHrd them w hen th" ln.ijoi ll f
cite dwelleis are ash p. In Oi.-.ilr' I
will take their plac- m the p.tta'V ..
as soon as It Is fiibh-d ..ill rn.j -i.
at onee to the train, wheie tiny ui!
train for ramp.
Arrangements have ahead) been n.
ta take the militiamen homo l'i l .
r'our special trains -111 i nn. on
Omaha, two to Lincoln and anothei
Hastings From Ils-tirms to K'ear:
Con-pany A of the t'.ei-on.l wiil he t-jk:'
en Ihe regular Ham bnt the elhfr cm
panics ride to then dst nation on ti -
Irigadier Geneial K. A. bmlth of the',
repartment of the Missouri reviews th"
national guard at Camp John H. Mickev
and will also present the medals for
VICTOR ROSEWATER TO SERVE
ON ANNIVERSARY COMMITTEE
An invitation lias tic en accepted l.'
Victor Bosewater. of The Bee. to sere
on the national committee for the cele
bration of the One Hundredth Annivers
ary of Peace. Anion Kntrllsh Reakin
I'eoplc. tu l'in-1'i. The invitation come
fioni Johti A. Stewart, chairman of t'
s.e.uiive oinmit lr Theodore House
veil ( hulioiHiv chairman of the com
mlltee and Andrew Carnegie chairman of
it. The other members from Nebraska so
far announced are William J. Brjan
and Governor Aldricb.
RELIGION CAMPAIGN OPENS
rorward Movement HfRdquarteis
Established in Omaha.
WORKERS DOWN TO BUSINESS
Specialist Who Opens Flret Cam
. palirn In aln-ide Move,
ment Mill rid res I. oral
loiumlttee 1 hnradiT.
The Men nnd Religion h ot ward move.
mnt has established its local heal
ipiarters In room ."I i ot the Voting Men s
christian Association building and with
in a few days the eMcuuve secretary
will he selected and placed In charge of
the quarters, where all information will
be given out and the movement directed
o far as Omaha and it territory are
A. J Ulll 'tl a -pei isli u worU. r among
men and hoes, who ali!1 In opening the
lght-i;af iHinpaiKii in Minneapolis, the
fust In the counirv. will be In Omaha
Thursday to addres the executive committee-
and as many others of the com
mittee of one hundred as will turn out
at the Voung Men's Christian associa
tion The meeting will begin at i: 30
Mr. Klllott will assisl In getting the
movement well under way here.
"The Oiiuib.i worker ; ate getting down
to husine-,. but none too early." sas
Henry 1". kleser. general chairman of
the committee of one hundred, ' to meet
the. demands, for we are hearing from
towns In southwestern Iowa and Ne
braska for men to come and explain the
ork to them. The eagerness w ith which
the country is taking hold of this niove
nieut shows it to bo exactly the sort of
"titerprirr that wa needed and the
church may be very proud that it la
hack of such a one. We will send our
delegation to the.-.e Macedonians Just as
early and promptly as possible."
is Brought to Light
When it comes to little graft-, the one
carved out by the democratic commis
sioners for three on-hangers under pre
tense of instructing voters on voting
machines stands In a class of its own.
September 23 the county board, or rather
the four democratic members, adopted a
resolution, introduced by Commissioner
Pickard, to appoint tlnfe men to give
instructions on the voting machines at
3 per da, -their services to begin Octo
ber 2 and continue, until November 6.
night away Commissioner Pickard se
cured the appointment of the disreputable
Ueorge B. Stryker as his man. Commis
sioner Elsasser named Owen Slavin and
Commissioner O'Conner stood sponsor for
i;. E. Rldgway.
Machines were installed, one In the
basement of the court house, one in the
rotunda of the city hall and the third ut
The three "instructors" each began to
draw- their per diem, regardless of the
fact that none of them have been at
their respective posts of duty two con
secutive hours a day since they com
menced their pretended work.
What makes the 'instruction" much of
a joke is the fad that tho voting ma
chines are now and liase been all the
time perfect blanks. Not one of the three
machines carries the name of a candi
date for any office. If a voter by Acci
dent should appear and seek information,
there is no one around to give it out.
Vet the so-called Instruction Is costing
the taxpayers (9 per day, or J.'TO for the
thirty dns during which Stryker, Slavin
and Kidgway's grafts run.
LAST TRIBUTE IS PAID
TO ARTHUR REMINGTON
Funeral services for Arthur Reming
ton were, conducted at the residence. S-U
Harney street, Wednesday afternoon at
3 o'clock and a large number of friends
were present. The funeral talk was de
livered by Rev. T. J. Mackay. The fol
lowing citizens served as pallbearers;
Judge W. A. Redick. Isaac A. Coles.
Joseph Rarker. A. i. Beeson, C. T.
Kountze and Osgood Kastman.
Every woman's heart responds to
the charm and sweetness of a baby's
voice, because nature intended her for
motherhood. P. it even the lovinjj
nature of a mother shrinks from the
ordeal because such a time is regard
ed as a period of sr fTc-inr and dinner.
Women who use; MK-r lrr:ein1 re
BavfJmtich di-.-.romfo.-': .:nd suflviius?,
and th- Ir systems, being- thoroughly
pr.--; i.r. cl by this pteat rtiuidy. .ire
in ii healthy toudition to merv the
time v, i;h the least possible pui!.-'r;.:ijj
an I .lander. Mother's Frien
rcri;:;:nic:idcd on'y tor the rcli
co::ifort of expect mt mothers ; ii
n- v. rise, a remedy for ariouE
Lr.i its many irs of success.
thv Miousar.ds of :vl .reniM-.t-; r-
cci . . 1 from r.-omeii -. ho have v.: -1 it
arc a guarantee of th.c beiuiit t j be
de;!.-ed from its use. This rem-jdy
dtxi. not accomplish wonders but tim
plv nssiuts nature to perfect its work.
M :-rs Friend allays r.aueea, pre-
th asts. an 1 K&jf$ h. ffPC
in . . ry v.ay lVVtiAAJ.
Co. .:jutes to CIFrJAeSTTlO
in- rboofj. Mother's Friend is gold
at 'r.: fctort-s. Vrite for our free
Lo i1: fi.r exoectant mothers.
BHA.DF1LLD REGULATOR CO., ,t!Ma, C.
1 A .
Over tho Paily Papers
Not the tiumh-r of homes ttmt ara
destroyed by Fir or entered by
Thes dally eeurrencea ar th
beat vldence of your nd for a
8af Caposlt Box In our Btsal
VaaJU for th 6AFETY f our
Nicely located boxes msr be
rented for from (100 and upwards
Omaha Safe Deposit &
Street Leiel Entrance to Vaults.
1114 Farnara Street.
14 I - 1
PAINTER IS INJURED BY
FALL FROM A LADDER
Charle K. StrKip?. IJ02 Ksrnatn street,
was seriously In Hin d at 10 o'eloek
M'ednrsday niornniK when he fell from
a twenty-foot ladde'- to the roof of the
Guy Smith garage at Karnam street.
He was taken to the St. Joseph hospital
where it was found that his right wrist
wati broken and hix head badly bruised.
Stoops Ir a slKn hunger for the Carle
ton company and was hanging a sign
aeross the Ftreet In front of tho Smith
KHiaue. He was on a ladder on the
roof of the garave when a ruble attaelnd
to the slun broke and strink him on
the head, knoi king him from t!1(- ladder.
He is Jo year of ace and unmarried
Hay den Brothers
is attracting a great many buyers, and as the sale will
tion to visit our salesrooms and view the many beau
tiful pianos that are on sale at exceptionally low prices
Below are a few of the many bargains.
Wheat & Son $45
Kimball ........... $50
Kimball . $65
Fischer (used) $100
W r" -m
Ju?t one-half block from the glitter and glare of the
Within easy reach of all both in price and location.
Delicious meate served at moderate prices.
TABLE D'HOTE 30 CENTS or A LA CARTE.
Let Courtney's reputation serve as a guide for
your first meal and your judgment will guide you
to the second.
Little tables at pleasant
PLENTY MERGER SIGNATURES
Petition for Consolidation of the
Omaha Will Be Presented.
BUSINESS MEN BECOME ACTIVE
Real KMate Fiehenae and Commer
rlnl flub Work Toward Ike
Hnd of iMtmtlallna CUy
at Snnlh Omehn.
More tl an enough Hlgnntuies to rail a
.-peilal elertlon In Umahu on the uues
tlon of the merger of Omaha and South
Omaha Into one city have been secured
by the Beat Estate exchange. Com
mercial club and J. T. Breen. with half
of the Commercial clubs petitions yet
to hesr from.
At the real estate men's meeting
Wcdnesdav noon. the committer tn
charge of the exchange s petitions re- '
ported J.rt'i t. nines The Commerelnl club j
reports .' name anil .1 I Hreett. by the I
circulation of petitions near registration
booths Tuesdav. Is personally responsible
for 9X names. Only 2.300 names are neces
sary to call the election.
It Is expected to present the petitions
to the county commissioners (Saturday.
FEW VACANT HOUSES ARE
NOW REPORTED IN OMAHA
The rteal Ktdate exchange has ap
pointed a committee to ascertain how
many vacant houses are In the city,
what Is their size and nature and In
what pectlons of the city they are. It
Is the Idea that the small number of
vacant housis. in proportion to the
population of the city, would be a good
advertising feature. Hairy Wolf, K M
Slater and I.. P. Campbell compose the
continue for the bal
ance of the week, we
are going to extend
to all the people of
Omaha and Nebras
ka, a cordial invita
Children Have au
of Their Own Make
Children In the neighborhood of Twen
tieth and Blnnry street had an Ak-Sar-Ben
parade of their own Saturday, to th
great amusement and pleasure of fond
mammas. Tryeivles. velocipedes and
coaster wairon were converted into
floats by the life of ted, fciccii and yellow
erepe and tissue paper.
Helen Kry let the procession on a beau
tifully decorated tricycle; Jean Byrnes
and Annie Jenkins acted as horses and
drew a sayly decorated wagon In which
rode diminutive Donald Rogers; Dorothy
Weller as a prancing steed drew the
Wotnii'i most (lorioat endowment it the power
to awaken end hold the pore and honest leve of a
worthy men. hen the loses it and stilt Ioyth on,
no one in the wide world ran Vaow the heart (nny
he endures. The woman who strflere Iron weak
ness and derendement of her stein, soon lose
her personal magnetism. Iter ((enerel heslth suffers
nd she loses her ood looks, her amiability and
womanly eherm. Dr. K. V. Pieroe, of Buflalo, N. Y., witk the aeeieraewa
of hit stsff of able physicians, has prescribed for and eared many thoaeeada
of women. Me has devised Mooeaeful remedy fur weanan'i aJmenta. It
is known Or. Pierre's Favorite Preenriptioa. It is a post tire spec it e fbr
the weaknesses and disorder peculiar to women. It pewsfcea, eetfulatea,
treofthens and hesls. Medicine dealer sell it. No hnnt dealer will advise
you to accept substitute in order to make tittle larger profit.
XT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG,
8ICK WOMEN WELL.
On ftvmv's Plrtmnt Prllu rwgwlat aa4 ttntoftbtm Sraraat. Ltvr mi flevWa.
Decker & Son .
Vose & Son
Haines & Co
Kranich & Son
Douglas Street Entrance
chariot of het hinthoi. Hubert Welirr
Mary sod Kt.inres I've mew Ihe float In
which rode In state thrtr small brothri
William AllriiH Hnd l-.tigcno C.ly, (iomt.
lioers. Hui h Miller and l.nnlv U i
part letpiiti , in the p.irmle. each bnvlni: .i
inagnifleent float All the children win
dtefsed In red hnts ,ind coats. They pre
sented an attrurtlve picture
The parade was formed, the float.
decorated ami the rostnmes donned i '.
the garage of the Thom. Fry home.
In nie on Ihe ocaffolil
l painless compared with the we.ik.
lame back kidney trouble eans-es K.leetrlc
Bitters ts tbs remedy. Kor sale l
Beaton Drug Ce
Tsrslstent Advertising Is (hs Road to
V f TTTi
feiff tifilf If 1
not only cleanses, ptiaum and,
beautihestheteeU without k
jury, but impartspurity and fra
grance to the breath, renxmng
mstantly the odor of tobacco.
Be a fine!
pay a cent
The usual custom
has been to SELL
the piano and let
the BUYER worry
along about his
own tuition and
expense of tuition.
agree to give a full
each and every
over our FREE tui
tion plan; you'll
enthuse over the
beauties of THE
GERMAN - AMERI
CAN PIANO. Ask
about this at once!.
Piano Instruction Dept.
Third Floor of
Ifirli itrntiapwrv STC
the otmt V
that tail von '
now to know
a rood bioom.
tod a rood
bioom is worth
I knowingnot only
1 Because it lavei you
money, but btcausa it
1 saves work and vhat
I work is harder than sweep
Easy sweeping and cle
floors are the rule where
hsMs sw.T. Hsppr laces prevail where It S
Died sod (be aches cbst (allow swetplDg day are)
cos.plcuout by tbslr abteace.
Tke Uttte PoB Rreeei U a tHaiapil la brevvt
nsklDg. becsute we bsvs set, a (p lartbae
Ihsa others hsve Ibacfbt eetil.le we sseke
hthltr broom wdii imut thv rvlce lo It. aad a
bseutllully tsUhtd bi:lle thai vea't slick. Tr
tbs Little PeUy snl cno It.
"TI ami, ..,' erem"
Yeor crectr tbb!.l4 hav. them. I: set, eta as
Harrah & Stewart Mfg. Co.
Da. Moioee. lee .t
i '." , 1 , 1
w Taft's Dental Rocmsi
v y tin
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