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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1912)
niE UKL: OilAliA, WEDNESDAY, FKBKUAHlf 28, 1912.
CHARGES MADE AGAINST PEGG
. .v '. ,
laipector Aocuwd of Taking Money
from Col Company. . .
lEGG SATS EE BORROWED IT
si lis that 1U Leausa lUn !
Pa 14 lirt ItNtWT Says Ho
tWe Case e
' i taerCraad Jnrr.
Charges were made azainxt Jobs Grant
,Fcs". city Inspector of weights mud meas
ures la polios court yaoterday. br H.
Uroea wlillo the latter tu betac tried oa
a chart of rfarn to repair Inaccurate
scales 1 .Ma coal yard at Sixteen! and
Inrd street.' Grose wss discharged after
VratiBf that he u not nunc the ecxlea,
laving quit' to eosl business in Dscenv
, While or the stand- Mr. Gross said that
a year ago bo spant over 13.00 to put tbo
oathern Coal coaipany. of which ba was
a director and sxockbeldeT,', out .of bus:
m because tea secretary . of the oom
paay was shertweif htlng all to costom
an. Ho than bought tbo busissss from
tba reosrveg.. In going ever too books
ha found Fan had received esrtala anna
ef sMDey. Ha also found eaaeeflrd
Chocks fW varioueaswunts which bad
eesaad eat to Js jd ,wnieh had
been endorsed and cashed. These he of
fered as evidence. Ho said ' the former
cashier ' was held to eoecmnt for the
checks and ssjd that ftss was paid fit
a month, . .
R. T. Patrick, atleraey for .Gross, sre
sented the mauar to the grand Jury yes
terday afternoon. -
Mr. Pen was asked. If ba could give
an explanation of tba checks heins nulls
out to bin, and ba said: 1 seeded money
oa two or three different .occasions and
t borrowed the money from Mr. Meter -stela,
who was secretary of the defunct
Soot hern Coal company, and I ban paid
It all back. I borrowed money from other
eosl wanna nles. too, but I bar paid It
: Hiring, of Expert
Mayor Dahlman yesterday slfned the
council's resolution , tor- an appropriation
of 1406 V be P1d James Hall of Chicago
to appraise the gas company's plant. The
appraisement :ts to be msda m connec
tion with 'the cUy's. effort to. secure a
reduction lnthe coat of gas tp .consumers.
If your children are subject to attacks
of croup, watch for tha first symptom,
uusjsuitssi-f Otve-Cbainbarlaje'e- Ceetn
BenMdy;aa'aeoa'as tha child beeotaet
taearse and fhe, attack say ba warded
a&for. aaia by. al druggut. s..r,'
CUC Mai Laalin aw.
MaaHoBsgets Moo .
drcnlatioB ibJ miismTa
.'I? iif::.lt V -ftoPW. .
I '' " " . , i o . .
CXM takfJB tTiminiahjia anJ rm4.m I.r J I ....
s a Z. awniiaiiisna Vf uq nan
MoT k to Tire a fJ iL. -t.l.
fmut I ll l l fadlwawHaai -- 1 J I 1
Tt CMBtmrl Aa afrara fo L.. . sfJ . I ' I
a . . . " 7 . ""'a 7atal HCC
tk Vs lak VUaVf Oa. . S i ,
LIGHT COMPANY MAY SELL
negotiations Under Way for Sale
to Eastcra Capitalists.
COLUMBUS P0WE& HAS IS UP
OaaU Plant Hay Be Carol te DLa
rjrfkwta Pwwxr GnmtH by tkve
iMf Ktm snt Miakai tt
Deal Coca Tfcrasnshw
Henry li Deucberty of New Tork, rep-
reeentinc a syndicate of east era capital
ists, baa been la Omatia some time
nerotlatlnf for the purchase of the plant
of the Omaha Electric IJfht and Power
company, to be used aa a distributing
agency for the Columbue power canal.
which It la now pmpoeced to deeeloo.
The Columbue power scheme la that
outlined by C. I Babceck, Involving the
expenditure of a couple ot million dol
lars In a power canal from tha Loop
i at Columbus, which. It la said.
would generate enough electricity for the
use ot Omaha and several other eastern
President F. A. Kaah has gone to New
Tork to close tha deal It terms caa ba
agreed upon. It la said that SUM.Wt baa
been spent by tba .company an. Improve
ments to the last three years andthat
the sum offered tor the plant Is several
The, city of Omaha claims that the
el ec trie light company Is operating with
out a franchise, and a suit to determine
this question Is now In tba United States
court of appeals, but this tact, tt Is said,
will have ao effect on the negotiations.
Omaha directors ot tba company'' are
V. A. Nash.'O- W. Holdrege, Henry W.
lYatse, K..C. Batten, CasperHE. Tost and
;W. it. Burgess, Tares directors are east-
am man. . ' .
camp. " T
-i ,: ,
tt b aSe beat elanent of a mixture v wapoSat
c: i rmfiiTTy ttlocted fcr coking: quafitica. '"The
pgfrntni aa&rayrxKrssha3tmgrvrevrry iarfjiulty.
faerie pnct&aUy pass carbaa perfect fad lor
, Itcaabecaod ta toy fanwec, range, tfirre cr
grate suitable ir coal cid &xs sot 1mm out fira
poCtprgratesL It ia smokeless; sootiest clem and
toslihfiil fcavc3 no ashes ta'xift. It is c&eapex'
Catn bard coal and
.Cate. idit gmir decern for toUkr mr write touij J
ran sale rr
Central Coal &'Coke Co; ol Omaha
ISotta rhonsS'Uell Uouq. 1221; Ind. A165
Opposite: Orphuem Theater
' 1 1 1 S. V. A
- aiid lu
Terrible Plight of a Pennsylvania Man
Reported by a Prominent Ciliien:
an old schoolmate ot Valor March's, both
ha vlng attended West Point at the aaa
time. Major March aaya there is a bet
ter soldier la the army than Evans, and
be la a good man for the position here.
Ad Men Hear How to
Boost Omaha Goods
How la gat Omaha dealers to handle
Onu ha.ma.de seeds and Omaha soaatamsra
to buy Omaha. made goods," was the
lubiest et diet: use lea at tha weekly meet
ing ot the Ad sluh at the Fallon,
r. . Sanborn, president ot the Viand
ard etseh rood company, said!
The only Inducements a manufacturer
aaa after ts the dealer are htih suainy.
lew prlee and service. Tha aversg Onuba
maaufaeturer effcti high qualliy and lew
Wise and stops theie. It ha sftrrs
aervloe, tt Is ts eutalfle trade, n Is a sen.
tasalea at week n see le argua thai (he
loeal dealer wan'l handle hems goals,
If the teal la sahaM, b will admit thai
ha handles outside goada beoauss the cut
aide anauufaeturara atfee him mars see.
vloe In nslplng him sell the geeda,"
Barvrsa, Mr, Banbern sail, means hews.
eeaee advertUIng, tlsmbwrd advsrUtlHft
parssntl letters, dtawnetratloiue wlsdsw
dliplaya, dlttrlbutloa e aaaiplea, ate,
Hey T, Byrne af the Bryn Hanmer
Dry Oooda somnany, said bt thaught the
ltd was turning la Omalia In favee at
horn mad good), Ilia teniae, hs Sail
has douMad Ita OmaJ;a bualnaas Is three
ytara aa Its Omahartnad alattilng, Wee.
tt ajst far the prleaa,saads eiothlaf whlsh
floods tha seunuy, he Seel area, his sea.
paay would employ Hi ts Ml Mors pet-
so aa, ;
VtHee IhfanHelbert' at: the PhebJa'a
Aorai bald tkdl ee salesaaaa rrent R
Q, amlth A Co., ee tha Byrne V. U.m
meaf. samsaay had; seati, called ' aa him,
let ashmen ftx (wsjaia.
eraus).at la their ,eile. i I ,
eewarr: n:-4tmiani 'slad'.'t? ra,"ftaa
bora for aseakmr s Kjy i Wes aatdf kad
la tur "eaUad" Hoy T. Br me tor
not weartn a -A d ,"isblrt.J ,;.
Presldsnt ' Cue aaasuhced - thai X,
Hslaad JU11 af tha Jaiarnatlaaall Cats
.reepeadrnea acheela and Kt. A iBabeeeh,
advertlalna Raaagerat Tawmaa a Erba,
wduid aOdreee the Ad club sooa. .,
Frank Rourke Dies : "
.- at Wheatland; Wyp.
Ward had' sea reoelved et the death
et rrsnk Itoorha, sea of Dave Roars,
et the Omaha has hall stab, at Wheat,
lead, Wye, at aaartet fever. Frank
was a years sM sad eras traveUaeT as las
tor Bwtft Oa. with head.
aoarters at Douglas, Wye, The swws at
i death saaee as a surprise te hla
paresru as hut two days aaa a letter was
recetvwd tram a doctor at Wheatland
ssyhag that Prank was ateh. Tha tea
ot the letter tld sot Indicate a dangiaeasj
eoadtttaav The body will ha brought ta
Dow ha far bwrtal.
Praah Hour, era a , eterk at the
Bmok Haose" to a long time, and as
such be made a wide acquaintance among
tha local baas hall patrons, whd will
recall htm always aa a court eoue . sad
obliging young auq, and will learn at
hla death with regret. i, "
LABORER SWALLOWS ACID.
DEAD WHEN HE IS FOUND
Isaac Demorttsky essayed sa original
trick Monday night by assimilating three
ounces ot carbolic add. ' The Banal doae It
tws ounces. He . was dead when they
found him thia morning In ha) room at
till California street Demoratiky wa
a laborer, it year old.
H leave a wife and three grow up
children. . . .
Blue Laws Opposed
- byHotel Managers
Nebraska bM me) are eraaalslng
against the early cleelng of saloons. In
sisting that the "blue" laws give bee.
loggers an opportunity ts multiply, wax
fat and overrun tl - state. Thtrty-flve
owners and manager sf hoatelrers are
la area too. hi Omaha, 'forming a state as
sociation for mutual protection and ben
i business easloa WUI b held to
day, when the orgaDlsatloa will be com
pleted. Among the prominent hotel men
here t attend the BMetlng are C L
Day, Long, Pine; W. B. Beverly. Plain
view; Charles Tosenboft. Columbus; Earl
A. Wilson. Unoouv, H. O, Stadley, Crea
teni W. H, Ceok. York; K. P. Tkompeea.
Tork; F. E. Zoom. aHaneaPoua J. c.
Venahle, Lincoln: Oeorge Lerhman, Co
1 umbos: A. 1- BlUott. Urokea Bow, and
Adam laeks, Genoa. .
Sheriff McShane. -Eefnses
to Let the
J Contractor in Jail
Silas Wright employed by the Board ot
Coaaty Comrrdaaioners to feed county
Jell prisoners at tH cents a meal until
i board can receive beds and let a
regular feeding contract was denied ad
mittance to the Jail by Sheriff McShane's
deputies ander order ot the sheriff yester
day. The sheriff kept hla word, (irea the
board last Friday, that he. will keep oa
feeding tba prisoners and refuse te let
anyone else do so. until tha court stop
aim. ... .... ,. ,
Wright. reported tba situation to Jean
C. Lynch., chairman ot .the Board ot
County Commissioners. Lynch laid the
matter before County .Attorney James P.
English and asked ts be advised bow the
board shall proceed to force the sheriff
to let Wright go In and fed the prison
ers. At t Tuesday aternooa Mr. Sua;.
Ilsh bad not finished looking up tb law
la the matter and had given do opinion.
for Wilson Meeting
Democrats ot the district met Monday
night to drum up a big crowd for tha
Wood row Wilson convention la Lincoln
next Monday. A committee of thirty mem
bers was organised, with John J. Ma.
honey as chairman, to secure pledge far
attendance. It enough pledges caa be
eecured a special ear will ba provided
to make the run to Lincoln,
C. J. Smytbe and J. W. .Wood rough
have been selected as delegate to repre
sent this district at the convention. Mr.
Woodrougb and Herbert 8. Daniel will
go to Des Moines the Utter part of the
week to- meet Wilson and accompany
him to Lincoln.
GENTLEMEN OF LEISURE ' '
' BURIED UNDER AVALANCHE
Loafers whs roost oa tha railing around
tb pastofflo at tha earner at Sixteenth
end Dodge streets have bad a scare that
ha Mattered them more effectively than
aould a platooa ot police. While eunnlnc
themselves yesterday an avalanche ef
w el id from the postoffloe root, eoav-
pleteiy burying the leisurely geatlsmoa.
moa than there has not been a lounger
la sight of the hull d-nr.
Grand Jury Still ,
Probing Charges of
the "Ugly Emnors"
Investigation of charges ot el leered mis
conduct by -the .Board at rtra-sad Folic
Commrsslonere ot Booth Omaha and of
rumors of ermilar- misconduct by the
Omaha Board ot Fir and Folic Com
missioners waa resumed by tba grand
jury yesterday morning. Invest! gatioa of
liquor law violations also, was taken up. p.
C Caldwell. ot South Omahar toroer jus-
tire of tb peace, who waa,4efeated for
the democratic nomination for poUoa
judge at tha general. primary hut August,
was a witness. H. entertains bitter feel
ing againatth democrat! organisation
bow la control in South Omaha. Police
Judge Cxllanan of South Omaha, who de
feated Caldwell for. the nomination, waa
axamiaed by tea grand jury. . Robert
Uormeo -ot Omaha, former state repre
sentative from Douglas county, was a
witness regarding charges against the
Omaha Fire and PoUoe board.
Other slnuss before the grand Jury
were K. T. Brass, a Booth Oaaaha under
taker, who hss been active as aa sn.my
ot tb leoor traffic: Gay M. Warden, a
private detective, who has doa much
work tor tb Aatl-eloea league: Hoaaa
C Johnson, who two years exe gathered
some evidence of-Haoo law vtolatkms
for tha-Aatl-Balooa league, and Patrick
Ford, a South Omaha salaoakeeper. .
Attorney ' J. Deaa Ringer of South
Omaha, who's at the head ot tba cam
paign against the Sooth Omaha Board af
Fire and Pottee Comrqloslnerrs. spent
stoat of the day outside tb grand Jury
room, waiting to he called aa a witness.
Hs was armed with many documents
searing upon tb charges against the
, Persist ant Advertiatnc fat ts Road t
B's Returna-'C : "
W.fcT. U. WOMEN TO HAVE;,
MOTHERS' MEET TODAY
The mother's meetmg of the Trasee
wmard Women' Christian Terrrpemnr-.
1 wmch was to have been at the
boas ef Mrs. Charles W. Baraes
Wednesday, win be at the horns ot Mm
J. o. Hart, i:0 Park avenaa. Tb
women will bring their babies for the
enioa christening ceremony which con
sists m the mother tleint a white rib
bon en the babies wrist and pledging
to bring the little one up in tha) paths
of temperance. The Barnes terms. Char
lotte sad Charles, were to have been
cbrtstemed but the email girl la OL
Aa American KtasT '
Is the great king of cures. Dr. King a
New Discovery, the quick, safe, sure
cough and eold remedy. SOe .and
For sale by Beaton Drug Co.
TO LEAVI YOU LAMB FOR DAYS
Teas af Theasaaa ef wratefal Patron Proclaim This Woadreenr
Pmgiees yat Treatmeat the Climax of affiolaacy .
REDUCE FAT QUICK r ZT4rZ
Wo Btarvatloa Diet; Ve Dope; Ho Pills; o Poisons) o Sweating
daekete; Mo Bandag) lie Kellerst Vs Electricity ; sTo sTerve-.
wreoklag Oyaaaastloe or alarm ul sxereiseel Xs Cupping Oape;
s Soap; are Msatal maalingi sts sTjpnotlsm; To PooUshatss.
.' ' . .. A almpla, natural, auecaaaful tratmnt with which
FAT VANISHES ONE POUND A DAY
tow that ngly doable chin, those naslnhUx, balky hips; rrxlnre that massivo bust and thick waist. Kegaia the
slradrr elcipuaca ot girlhood, the alluring aleatlerscsa that fashion god good tense demand of jou. ? '.-
xs an xbxii
aXeked as Pat ae aa Oa Bet or ' X
edaosd Bty Xaormeas Pat. .
aaaTo rom txxs rui aodx.
Xere I Am After Xedacing My Bnormena
Amoant ef Pat In Plvo Weeks, With '
lay B armless Borne Treatmeat,
TRUE SUCCESS AT LAST
Marjeet Bsmlltoa, Ilia famous "Calendar Girl" lost
thirty-seven pounds la five weeks. Write to her and ask
her how she did It. Miss Hamilton was the highest pncea
artist's and photographer's model la the world till she
found that her fat was robbing bar of her vocation. To
maintain her position she must reduce her enormous
amount of fat. But how? She had seen other women ruin
their health with dangerous druga; ahe had seen others
starve themselves Onto gaunt, hollow cheeked, red-nosed
wraiths ef their former selves: ehe lied known of delicately
constituted women breaklns down under the atraln of
severe exerelees prescribed by eo-f ailed physical culture
experts end she wss frightened.
Necessity, tba mother or Invention, meoe ner stuay ana ,
think end from this thought and study was born this new
heellh-aivlng. fat-dlepeillng treatment which oho Is now
offering to fat-cursed men and womsn. Bha lonad aa tare's
resassy. A simple. Inexpensive and immensely auccesarut
treatment for reduclnx obesltv and building uo bodily
strength, health and vitality without druga atarvatton diet
or exerciaee. Toaev ans tisa regained tne sienaernees.
I have printed a book for you that 1 am giving away free (prepaid), so that you may know ot my successful
treatment and be able to pewsnanrntly reduce your weight amount desired with my complete dragleai' tiWjnent,
without ha rental exerciaee, starvation die or drafts ormedlrine. I have found happlnea and. I want all mankind
aad especially all womankind, to benefit by- my dicovery. Send me your ame and addrea plainly written 0 I
ran send yon my free book at one to help yon to reduo little or morn fat quickly from any par of! the body,
Suite Central Bank Uuiltling, Dearer Olo, . .. j ' .... Your friend, , MARJOKIK U4MIIT0X.
which Is the charm of youth: I er skin la pink s.nd healthy
aa a baby 'a. and her eyes ere alive with the brightness that
only perfect physical condition can give and she has one
more the strength and elasticity of the muscle that had
grown soft and flabby while she was fat Her enormous
1st figure Is transformed to beautiful proportions
Mi WTiaklea, ao loose fold ef flabby flesh, ao baggy
ahla, ao creased folds of ssarsd akta te.teU ef the violent
methods that have burst oat the fat and deatroyed tb
! vitality et the ttsaaee) but a round, firm, graceful figure
with the lines and the buoyancy of girlhood and a freah
young coloring and akin texture that are the envy and the
admiration of all who see her. Aad ah hss dene It all with,
sat drugs, without aliasing a meal aad without racking her
body with violent exercises.
You who are fat and have tried drugs, starvation aad
exercising without real benefit and with Injury to your
systems should write to Marjorle Hamilton at once Ask
her to send you her free book on fat reducing. It will not
coot you a cent Here le her message to all of you who
. need her advice and everyone who la fat, or baa a tend
ency to increasing stoutness:
-About two years sg my hair, beard
ard tt!aeh started te cocae out ta
ejxrta. These spots were entirely bare
f hoar- - " J
Saris PaXSIAX f AGE advertised,
1 jwsfjhaisd tseat bottles aad after uatag
' '.we e( tha beetles, the hair cam ta until
sow I hav a gsed s head sf hair aa I
bad borer tbte trsabJe started. -
1 can orathtaQy rajeessmead tat plop
eastfra' te asty sns -far what at at reo
mmsxded fax! gam Sadder.' Jamison
Cl;y, CtL e. fa.; Oct u. ini
: Pleas bear m snlod that PARISIAN
KAOB te not guarasteed te grow hair sa
fcili fceade ; -,
. in xtr. Camer a esse tha hair root was
not dead and tfcer is xo aevd raasoa
I why PABUIAX SAGE should not ds
just wnax a writes u am. - - '
Ths next Urns hlr. Gaidar came inte
my store after yrchialng tha PARI 3
1AK SAOIS,'" em tee the druggist whe
sold h!x, "Va appearaar was so
cbanaed I 04 net haar hha.
PABJBXkll aUOX Is wlthoxn dsaM
the meat affidavit hair giueei. besmtV
fSer aad daaetraff cur. sa. the worfcX and
people wan O xraaalng ttm with nn
aary sniii tal tor.tce ahonld araks vs.
'PABJEIAJt aUOIS wtU banish dand
ruff, atop fairing hair aad i"-hg scarp-,
win put life, tnatr and beauty Into
thded hair, or aeons back. It la a moat
delightful and refreshing tonic, for roe a.
women aad children-' I Arte 'bottle
j cents at druggists the country over.
JUDGE REDICK WORKS HARD
TO SEE HIS NEW GRANDSON
Deeire of former Judge WiUhun A.
Redick to see hla new graadeoa yister
day made Mm get out aad shovel hi
way two blocks t the bean ot hie sea,
John Redkk. who h the father ot the
new baby.' Former Judge Rsdlck Pves
St Tweaty-flrat sad Knxmet all seta; hla
son at Twenty-first aad Evaan streets.
The snow was pretty deeav bat the tor.
seer Judx says seetng his new graaeV
son was worth tha stwiaftsg
Key ta the Bitusxisnaee Advertkbag,
MAJOR EVANS SUCCEEDS
MAJOR P. C. MARCH
Keana ot tha
major Sohert I
Pberson. Ga. has beset appolared
caed aU)or P. C March, who hi
premoted to the raak of
and trsjasferredi ts Fort Riley. Kan.
Siane will teport bar next week.
20 Dclov Omaha Price-Hot One Day, Out Every Day
Big Spring Announcement of High
ClasG Furniture, Carpets and Rugs :
u Aotii n a Diss elln2!eSl
ir carpets uid ni
v&nt to kee? the
el J w m
n tfyon v&nt to ke" themirJ
UgjutoubU their Lie. 1
lojA-Q BDOQDOOQfJI a
lxe vJ-esw as war . a a
ii!ion vnur ciimis ina rurrv w "u i is ,
: y The best at much below the prices' '
you must pay in Omaha;
n-,KA ir,i-y Vol-rot Pnrr J kKn
dB I ethtydT- iUVU V W w wfBj set e s e aa a
; 27x54-inch Axminater Rugs . ,V. .V.'. . . .,.. .'. .'J.V. .'. $1.45
6x9 rt. eeanuesi jsrasseu ttugs ....
9x12 " Samle8 Brussels Rugi
9x12 Velvet Eugs ...... $12.50
9x12 Axminster Enga .... $15.00
See our complete ' line of Body
Brussels and . Wilton Rugs, furn
ished in all isesJ.MUCH BELOW
, Solid-Oak Rocker, like cut.
Full Line BisseH's Carpet Sweepers
at V, $2.50
Good, small size Steel Couch,
with two rows of supports
... . . i .
Solid 0ar CMna Clotet, -with
' TniTTnT ffn ion . . S12
We sell a good -4-hole Rang
for ... $24.50
We sell a good 6-hole Range
Set op in your home.
Ful lbe of Famous Gas Ran
ges in all sizes.
Gtovos Sold on
JlBBll I .
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