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THE BEE OMAJJA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 30. 1912.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Save moot Prist It.
ante Sonar! Ho. pit a Bear- U.
. Site, rtxtmna, awigsea Taagan
V nasal to get Booth' aaarsateed
Canned Oyster ef your easier, call
Douglaa g;g for nam) Mar's nam
el for Iseotiagglagw Bill Iter., who
arrestee' Saturday night for selling
liquor without a Itcene at X South Thl:
,teenth street, was bound over to the dis
trict court yesterday end hi bonds fixed
aVsTtrai t Continue Revive! meet-
'ings at Hirst Memorial Methodist Epis
copal church. Thirty-fDurth and Larimore.
conducted by Rev. C. N. Dawson, were
attended yesterday with Interest and will
be continued every night during the week.
Song service beginning at 1:15.
City Ball Bead Bald City and County
.Treasurer Vre has forwarded m.M to
New Tork to pay off JITi.orjo twenty-year
irity hall bsnds and accrued interest due
February I. Recently the city sold IM.OJu
I city hall bonds, which makes th amount
to be retired February 1 I3,ft.
S Major Barker at Work Major John
Barker, who for several weeks has been
confined at his home following a stroke
of paralyris. yesterday was In his offflre
attending to his duties as assistant to the
.health commissioner. Although not en
tirely recovered Major Barker is feeling
Bocanaata Damaged by BaitaMa Bar
City Treasurer W. G. I re has received a
letter from KounUe Bros, of New York,
asking for eoptea sf letters between the
tlty and tho Kountxe firm. The letters
were destroyed or damaged by th recent
fire In tho Equitable building In New
.Yj.k, where Kountxe Brw. occupied of
fices. Banquet te Brf. Tslta -Prof, tt R.
Smith of the animal Industry department
at the University of Nebraska, will, be
given a banquet by numbers of the
Houth Omaha Live Stock exchange at the
Rome hotel Wednesday evening. The ban
quet la In the form of a farewell lecep-
lion to Prof. Rmlth, who leaves In the
near future to take charge of the animal
Industry department at the University of
OLD FXffiTDS TO HELP SINGER OP
THE OLD WAS SONGS.
TALK MEDICAL INSPECTION
Stbraska Conference of Charititi
. and Correction! Get to Work.
RABBI C0E5 OH SOCIAL EVIL
MAY OUST THECONTRAGTORS
Boidinj Company Hay Be Called
upon to Complete Court House.
VAULT POORS ONLY AN EXCUSE
Wars aeaalea to Meld Betwrew Con
tractors, Boadlas t'esapaay a ad
the (aaatr -Hoard nee
Chicago Women Tell
. of Hull House Work
MIfs Julia Lathrop of Hull House, Chi
cago, told of the work of the Woman's
Civic club of that city at th luncheon
given Monday at th Loyal hotel by the
1 Woman's club of the Railway mall serv
ile for the second district of th Ne
braska Federation of Women's Clubs,
holding It annual convention her.
"We do our work of cleaning up th
city by wards In such a way to com
mand the respect of every politician,"
said Miss Lathrop. "W put up posters
In twenty-tight language Instead of In
the scholsrly English used by th Board
of Health." ... . .
Mrs. Gertrude How Brltlba. also of
Hull House, Chicago, told about the
Work done by tho Hull House Women s
club of B women, started by Ml Mary
McDowell, head of th University at Chi.
rago settlement, then kindergarten
tfarhrr at Hull House. This ehi ass
ths first won:aas club In Chicago to owe
Its own club house.
Mrs. T. 1. Gist or Fall City, slat fed
eration president, nld some humorous
stortes;Mr, W. O. Whltmor of Valley,
district vice president, said thl wss the
best meeting th district baa ever lied;
Mrs. H. U Keefe of Walthlli. a member
, of the geaersl federation advisory .board,
urged th club women to work at causes
rather than results In their social work;
Mrs. R. K. McKelvy, head ef th slat
olvlca committee, advised concentration
on one main Interest rather than a scat
tering of forces In many directions; Mrs,
II. M. Bushnril of Uncoln, general fed
eration secretary for Nebraeka, spoke
John Gribble Will'
' Remain in the Race
John dribble; who was placed in noml
rst Ion by his friends, for th of floe of
rity treasurer of South Omaha, announced
yesterday that ha Intends to stay In the
rare, for a while at least dribble's nam
was filed without his knowledge Saturday,
and at that time he Indicated that he woo Id
not run. Since then, however, he has
concluded to oppose ths present treasurer,
John GlUIn, who Is also a candidate.
Mlaa Vas Deraey aad Mis lea lee
-McPherara Tell of tho Work Be
leg Do to Eradicate
A. L Weatherly presiding.
Music-Violin solo. Heary 0. Cox.
Character Building Charity,- J. M.
"The Attitude of Society Towards ths
social Evil." iiesn Walter T. Sumner.
"I would like to ask what stands la the
way of medical Inspection In th schools
of Omar-a." said Chairman D. B. Jen
kins to the Nebraska Conference of Char
ities and Correction veeteriay morning.
"Politics," replied Mrs. K. n. J. Ed
holm. "Polities, and back of that the
Lrague of Medical Freedom."
"But pubHe opinion will force medical
Inspection in spite of them." declared
Pror. Lucile Eaves of the department of
sociology of the University of Nebraska.
"Let us stsrt with voluntary serrlre by
physlclana and when the valu of medlcai
Inspection la demonstrated to the people
Ihey will rise up and demand a definite
system of Inspection, with regular paid
"That has been the experience In other
states In Lincoln we have medical In
spection by volunteer physicians, and I
Jpellev that la Urn th people of Lin
coln will demand enforced medical to
Jspsetioa by duly appointed Inspectors."
Following an address by Mkn Nan Dor.
sey of 8t. Joseph on "The Educational
Valu of the Tuberculosis Dispensary."
Mis Louisa MePhersoa. president of th
Omaha Visiting Nurse association, an
nounced that the association expected to
establish a. tuberculosis dispensary within
the next three months.
G Actios Early. '
"About all we can do sow with tuber
culosis eases Is to car for them until
they die." she said. "With a dispensary
w could get more of then In the early
stage of the disease and save them."
Miss Dersey, who formerly was super
intendent of the Omaha Visiting Nurse
association, and who went to St. Joseph,
Mo., to establish a tuberculosis dispen
sary, tetd of Ihe work of the dlspcnsarv
and of the good It Is doing In the matter
of general education regarding tubercu
losis. Besides having sixty patients after
four months' operation she said the dis
pensary workera talk to the children at
the morning school session and give illus
trated lectures Punday evenings In the
Rabbi Cohn talked of "The Social Evil
in Nebraska.'- He read a letter from a
former department manager of an Omaha
public service corporation telling what
became of fifteen girla who worked Hi
his office. One committed suicide, he
said, one la In th penitentiary, one la a
profession a) courtesan and Iwa are on
the way. A well known politician who
has filed for commissioner," Is respon
sible for ths downfall of one ot (he girls,
said the letter.
Th largest number of girls recruited
tfor the social evil, said Rabbi Cohn. are
domestics; th second largest number of
girls who live at home with no definite
I purpose: the smallest number, contrary
j to general belief, arc from the depart
i ment stores and factories.
"You can t find a definite panacea f.v
i the social evil." be said. 'Vmy an awak
ening of the moral spirit of the people
will destroy It. in a moral atmosphere
the aortal evil will wither In a minute."
In an address on "Some Aspects of
Social and Civic Progress. Dean Walter
T. Sumner of Chicago noted the follow
ing evidences tf progress; Tendency to
abolish party lines In municipal affairs.
Increasing ear for the public health,
care for the physicist welfare of the
child at school, use of school houses as
community social centers, spread of
scientific philanthropy, movement for
tho protection of infant life In tenement
districts, publlo agitation on social and
civic questions and readiness of the news
papers te give space to these questions.
"It Is a mark ot proenesa that the
Omaha rapera today gav such a good
account of our session ot yesterday. he
said. "Once the paper would not have
accounted this a live news Item and
would have given It a few lines asy off
j In a corner of the paper."
Get More Steel Cars
At fftt as powibU the K'orll.stcni t
gcltlrs away frurn tho wood ct-in tract Ion
puHnyfr quirnnciH. For Its trmlfi line
It hts entered forty panitr coaches,
ilx d I ntur-, four jailor and to observa
tion cars "f the all-atecl variety Tqt HsJ
ubsidUty line, the Omaha road, it has
orUetcu ten passenger coach, four ba$
fiige and tra combUuitloa pasaen.er and
bafrtnt cars which are alto to b of
all tcl construction.
Jonathan win be orrereo far saie at .
per bushaj box Tuesday. They hav bveir
l.'.V. Ben Pavla and Gaaoa vera raduced
a meek ao. . ,
ALL APPLES TO bt SOLD
FOR LESS MONEY HERE
Apples of all kinds ere comlrK down,
owing to the fart tliat laree qusirlilee of
thtm are In storage In Omaha and holders
must get rid of them within t!ie next
month or take a loss from decay.
Baltimore Jt Ohio Railroad. .
Winter tours to Florida points and
Havana. Cuba, via Washington, U. C. or
Baltimore. Md. '
Vsrlsble route tickets via rail an water
or all rail at reduced far?.
Kend for Illustrated booklet.
. A. Preston. T. P. A., Chicago, or
E. X. Aixttn, G. P. A., Chicago.
Have ess weak heart, dizzy (selinit, oppressed
breathing slier mesls P Or do yoo ssperienc psis
over ths hesrt, shortness of bresth on Jonf up-elsira
and the resor distressing svssptoras which mdieata
poor eirculalioa and bad blood? A besrt tonic.
blood and body-builder that has stood lbs last f
over 0 ysr of rare it
Dr. Pierce's Grfden Medical Discovery
The heart becomes regular as clock-work. The red
blood corpuscles sre incrssssd in somber sod th
nerves in turn ere well fed. Ta erteriee sre tiles
with good rich blood. 1 net is why nervous debility,
inttabillty, feinting spells, disappear aad era over
come by this alterative extract ot medicinal root
put up by Dr. Pierce without the at of alcohol.
Ask your neijhbor. Many have been cured of
scrofulous conditions, ulcers, "lever-sores," whit swellings, etc., by tekinf
Dr. Pierce's Discovery. Just th reireshinf sad vitalizing toeie needed lor
neeesiv tissu wast, in convalescence from levsrs or (or rua-dowa, Sturm to,
thin-blooded people. Stick lo this ssfs slid mm remedy end reins all " just
as food " kinds offered by tbe dealer whois looking (or larger profit. Noth
ing will do row half at much good as Dr. Pierea's Uoidea Medical Dracovary.
JULES LUMBARD HEARS
OF FUND BEING RAISED
Julee Lumbard ef Chicago, fameua war
time singer and formerly a resident ot
Omaha, heard Saturday tor th first tlauj
that the nation which he had so patriot
ically served for so many years, wtur
getting up a subscription to make th re
maining yearj of his alsttr-lq-lawa and
his own eomfortaWs and plessant.
Although Mr. Lumbard has that aame
wonderful, bottomless voh-e that filled
the union armies with Inspiration, Father
Time hes lowly, but surely stsmped his
mark upon the veteran singer's mind an I
body, lis lies In bed til greater portion
of I ha time and It haa been many weeks
sine be ht been out ot the house. Ills
memory Is gone and h will keep asking
the same questions over and over again.
Airs. Frank Lumbard. widow of ons of
th brothers of Jules, still hss s trace) of
hauteur In her manner. But this cosaas
fiom a touching display of pride. She
doeia't want any one to think ah la de
pendent on charity. Jules haa a pen
sion at W'.SS a month and the la atlll able
to do ta housework. ,
Permits to wed have been granted
the following couples:
-m srid Address.
'hne B. And-'es, Omaha
Ivlisaketh H.att, Tekamak. Xeb....
Mike Btraka. couth Omaha
1ry a reus. Souib Omaha
Andrew C Jensen, Omaha....
Jennie Caber. Omaha ..!.'.'.'.
Vaclav w. Kranda. Omaha....
stances A. .Vovway. Omaha.
Robert Rasmursen. Beaton, Nb
Lctha Stroud, Omaha '"'
Aaron Blonquist. Hoodvl'le. Ne
lit I ma Btngsuei, Hoodville, Neb!"!!
Inks aad Deaths.
Births - George K. sad Kstherin
Adams. 17 Brown. CbarliTs.e?
lieon Bod. z;i Woolworth girl' A r
and Ksther Johnson, tot Mpencer girl
Idward and Grar HMr. tu 'hti
Twenty-first, girl; Herman and bora
Impending action by th board ot
county commissioners to put an and to
slow progress on county building con
struction and to force compliance with
all th plana and specifications of thsN
building by calling upon the Fidelity
and Deposit company of Maryland.
bondsman for Caldwell A Drake, the gen
eral contract ore, t aaaum rherge of the
work and complete It waa strongly In
dlrsted when ths conference of 1 the
county board,' Caldwell Drake, anil
the bonding company adtouraed until
1: thl afternoon. Law suits may result-After
two hour- discussion of ths mat
ter ef vault doora that are alleged lo be
defective and not up to specif! est! one,
ths board In committee of th whole
voted unsmiously flatly to reject all the
doors. The rot to reject carried with
H a rejection of a proposal of Caldwell
4 Drake that th board aocept most ot
th doors and dsduct th difference In
coat from th tnoneya paid the general
contractors for constructing ths building.
Kotlc waa given I he general contrac
tor a euld protest th board's set Ion.
Ths conference Monday morning de
veloped the fact that th prtr Caldwell
Drake oontractrd to pay th Victor Bate
and Lock company for th doors Is tl.lW.
John !eteneer, county building archi
tect declared the price alone ahould In
dicate the doors could not be satis
factory. Th average price per door
would he about fit under this contract
and lam doers as specified Would post
shout sl?t each, Mr. Latenser ssld.
i . Caldwell Makes Off.
Th conference, begun Saturday, waa
resumed Monday morning. Tboas prtmnt
were the commtsslevere. County Attorney
English. Deputy County Attorney Mag
nay, John Latenser, county building
srcliltect; George W, Caldwell of Caldwell
Drake: John V. Stout of itout Ross,
sounsel for Caldwell Drkf and J. A.
C. Kennedy ef Mahonay Kennedy,
counsel for th Fidelity and Deposit om-
psny uf Maryland.
Mr. Stout read the proposition which
Mr. Caldwell said Saturday would be
mads loday. It srss that ths eomny ao
cept five vault doors which are not up te
specifications, but which Mr. Latsnssr
bad said might be used If th eonnty
should be disposed to accept them; that
Caldwell ft Drags nee eleven other door
that are not up to specifications, distrib
uting them In vaults about the building
where they will fit:-that the county and
Caldwell a Draka agree on a reasonable
sum to be deducted froru th total price
ot th building construct to q on account of
ths doors' not being up to specifications.
ho sooner bed Mr. Utout finished hit
statement of th vroposttlon ths Com
missioner A. V. Hart waa on his feet to
"J don't want to embarrass the archi
tect In this nutter, atom reference haa
been made to an agreement with him that
seme door be accepted. But aa a ment
or ot this board I am opposed to accept
ing that proposition. Th doors are not
vsa fireproof, in rov opinion. I think If
you built a bonfire tn front of them the
fir could gt Into th vaults. 1, lor one.
will not approve accepting your proposal.'
Commissioner John C. Lynch cal.ei
upon Mr. Caldwell to produce the vault
door contract between the general con-
uactora and the Victor fats and 1-oos
company and th contract between the
general eontraetora and the Colorado
yule Marble company. The letter rora
Caldwell to the Victor company mtu
tloned the contract price aa tU.
Mr. Letenwr said bo waated It mads
plain In the stenographic record of the
conference that he proteated against ref
erence to an agreement between him and
the general eontraetora that certain of
the defective door ahould b accepted.
I protest against tbe use of that word
igssantenL- because 1 made none," he
said. ,-vre had a conversation aoout a
change. That and nothing more. I never
agreed to any change."
A Break Liberty
front Homers., liver and kidney trouble
le mad when a Mo bog of Dr. Kings
New Life Pills Is bought. Why suff.rT
For sale by Beaton Drug Co.
ihU Quickly Cltanits
both nair tni 3cl?
-A barmloe and entirely aataifartory i
shampoo can be enjoyed at Utile ex- ,
sanee." aays Mrs. Maa Marty la ths j
Baltimore rxpreja. "if yow get an;
original package of eaathrox from your j
druggist and dissolve teaspoonful In
a cup of hot water. This Is enough
mixture for a thorough cleansing of
both hair and scalp.
-Th eaathrox mixture n akes a wealth
of rich, white lather that dissolves every I
IK South Twelfth: Aims Kaderbk ? j Rinsing leaves the hair and scalp im
v.srs. imneent. and Pacific: Louie D. I maculatelr -lean, and after a recta. '
: ' . - wkhi; eie .k.mMA
ly-nup; sir r rsnc-s t;. Jeolrtas. J
' year. SST! Harney; Mrs. Ssrsh Mies. S
veers. Ml xooth rorty-eirhth- Mike
llskorh. lilt South Second. Mrs Lamm
P. Nichols. Tt years. 411 layette
Frank Cuher. years, im fumlns. Jrs'
Fthel Gram. S years, t. Jisepae hoe-P'tai.
the balr dries quickly aad i
evenly, taking on such a rich glosa and
softness, so that doing It up Is a gen-!
utne pleaeur. Occasional shampooing
with ran thro keeps ths scalp cteaa aad
pliant and Induces n heavy growth of
beautiful, lunrous hair. Ad.
Final announcement of rugs
at lessened prices
R Tockl Tick, Tack!
I . Hours Mean Dollars
I in the
Greatest of January
I Sales f
T will not be too late in this great
est of January clearing sales if
you begin to hurry right now. We are
still offering a very excellent assort
ment of domestic rugs, suitable for
every room in every home. They are
priced as they never have been priced
before. All marked to the lowest point to which
any reliable firm dare go in cutting prices. They
are floor coverings that possess beauty of design,
sheer worth, high values and great service. But
two days remain in this sale. During this time
these rugs will be displayed in our carpet depart
ment offered at the lessened prices. No matter
whether these rugs are needed now, it will pay
you to buy at once at these prices and keep the
coverings until there is need for them.
ROYAL WILTON RUGS
The choicest designs of (be bt and most yaliablo
mannfocturarg. Many ot thosa patterns r now Spring
designs aad bat only asm pie rut of each pattern.
Kor this reason. w are offering them with the balance
of our good. at clearance prices.
Royal Wilton $76.00-11 :5x15 $60.00
Royal Wilton $68.0010-6x13-6 $52.00
Royal Wilton $60.00-10-6x12 $45.00
Royal Wilton $60.00-9x15. $50.00
oyal Wilton $60.009x13-6.. $45.00
Royal Wilton $42.00-9x12 $35.00
Royal Wilton $40.00-8-3x10-6 $32.50
Royal Wilton $28.00-6x3 $22.50
Royal Wilton $16.00-4-6x7-6 $15.00
WILTON VELVET RUOS
There are hundreds of different patterns to select
from In this assortment, both Oriental and Floral
Wilton Velvet $32.00-9x12 $25.00
Wilton Velvet $25.00-9x12 $18.00
Wilton Velvet $18.007-6x9 $14.50
Wilton Velvet $15.00-6x9 $12.50
Wilton Velvet $22.50-9x12 $15.00
Wilton Velvet $24.00-8-3x10-6 $15.00
GERMAN SAXONY RUQS
A large assortment of these choice Imported rug
I ehown and we are offering them at great rod net Ions
In price. These ruga are made withoot seams and of
chenille fabric, beliig a rsrr soft, rich, durable rug
and coining la a variety of coloring and exclusive
German Saxony $95.00 9-10x13-1.. $75.00
German Saxony $80.00-9-10x13-1 -$65.00
German Saxony $75.00-8-3x11-0... $57.50
. These, are reversible rugs. They arc perfect re
productions of Oriental rugs In deelga and coloring
and are excellent values.
Kashmire Rugs $2.5036x72 $1.50
lOahmire Rngi $9.75-9x9 $8.50
Kashmire Ruff, $12.759x12 $9.50
We show several different qualities of these
goods; among which are only the newest styles of the
best manufacturers. There la each a variety ot altea
that it will not be difficult to fit any room.
Aiminster $45.00-12x15 $35.00
Axminster $40.00-10-6x13-6 $30.00
AxminBter $35X011-3x12 .. .
Axminster $21.75 8-3x10-6 . .
Axminster $18.007-6x9 $14.50
Axminster $15.006x9 $12.50
Axminster $21.759x12 $16.00
Axminster $18.50 8-3x10-6 $15.50
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS RUGS
It Is quite Important if you are contemplating
the purrhase ot a rug of this character, to take ad
vantage of the present prices. The assortment la very
complete, with a full showing ot Medallion and Orl-'
Tapestry Brussels $2100-11-3x12.. $17.50
Tapestry Brussels $17.50-9x12. .. .$14.00
Tapestry Brussels $15.033-3x10-6 $12.00
Tapestry Brussels $10.007-6x9 $8.50
Tapestry Brussels $8.00-6x8 $6.00
Thts rugs are especially adapted for rooms In
which Craftsman or similar furniture Is nsed. They
are reversible, and come In a variety of coloring
silted for tarlous rooms In the home.
Craftsman $3.00-30x60 .
Craftsman $3.50-36x72 .
Craftsman $9.756x9 . . .
Craftsman $18.00-9x12 .
We are showing torn very floe patterns in these
goods, made In abadea of blue, green and browns,
with pretty borders at each end.
Raglan $12.006x9 ..
BODY BRUSSELS RUGS
The assortment of tbe different sixes of these
rugs la very complete. It will be easy to find Just the
coloring and the correct design to meet your require,
Body Brussels $12.75-4-6x7-6 $9.50
Body Brussels $22.75-6x9 $17.50
Body Brussels $31.508-3x10-6. . . .$22.50
Body Brussels $33.50-9x12 $24.00
Body Brussels $42.0011-3x12 $37.50
Body Brussels $42.0010-6x12.. . . . .$35.00
Body Brussels $48.0010-6x13-6. . . .$40.00
Body Brussels $56.00-11-3x13 $45.00
D00NE SCOTCH WEAVE RUGS
These rugs are made In beautiful two-toned ef
fects with a variety ot colorings and popular designs,
and are very fine rugs for long serrlre.
Scotch Weave $8.00-4-6x6 $640
Scotch Weave $13.506x7-6 $10.80
Scotch Weave $16.506x9 ....$13.20
Scotch Weave $18.50-6x10-6 $14.80
Scotch Weave $19.50-7-6x9 $15.70
Scotch Weave $23.00-9x9 $18.40
Scotch Weave $27.509x10-6 $22.00
Scotch Weave $32.009x12 ...$25.00
ALL WOOL INGRAIN ART SQUARES
Wool Art Squares $5.40-6x9 $4.00
Wool Art Squares $9.45-9x10-6 $8.25
Wool Art Squares $10.809x12 $9.00
Wool Art Squares $12.60-10-6x12. .$10.50
Wool Art Squares $14.40-12x12.... $11.50
We are offering our entire stock of all wool In
grain and three-ply Carpets at a great sacrifice. Bring
measurement of rooms.
$1.00 Hartford 3 ply ingrain; per yard. 81c
85c Hartford Kxtra ingrain; per yd., 6IV2C
75c Best Wool Ingrain Per yard. 55c
Miller, Stewart & Beaton Co.
Established 1884 "The Tag-Policy House' 413-15-17 South Sixteenth Street
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