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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, MAKCH 5. 1912.'
JFFA15S AUOOTH OMAHA
Bepubtkans Will Take Ticket Fight
Into the Conrts.
TO PUT HAMES OH THE BALLOT
Salt Will n Plaited te Perm CttT
Irrk t.ood iu Take Tkls Aellae
John ZeR-k, Leading; Bawler,
' I Dn.
t a r.-inuidates' meetlus of the repub
lican yesterday evening U waa finally
determined w go Into court and force
City Clerk Good to put th niine of all
aumi-.ecs on the ballot.
A number of strung citisen from dif
ferent parts of the city also Indicated
their 01 igut will) the condition of things
r.-. Xl,y ara and their doterminaUoa to
make a clean-cut fight for good govem
rient irrespective ot what any clli seas'
movement doe In the matter. .
The republican campaign will bo mad
long line of honesty and efficiency.
Notwithstanding the agitation of the
so-called citizens' movement many lead
ing citizens are stout in their detensa of
August JJlller-s candidacy. Miller's, rec
ord as a councilman, they insist, has been
one ut blunt honesty. Ho was always
lined up on I be aid of tile taxpayer
both in tha council and among tb offi
cials at the city hall.
It was further pointed out at the repub
l.tan meeting that the democratic ma
chine had Insulted the best element of
Houth Omaha by placing the conduct of
their campaign into tha hands ot the
'try element upon whom the enemies of
tr-mg ralo ara making a fight
John Z-.-ick, one ot the best known
bowlers of gouth Omaha, died yesterday
morning at the South Omaha hospital
. utter an Illness ot a few days. Mr. Zeick
was 41 years ot age at tha Urn ot his
death and had been sick only a short
time. II was a member of the Fred
btclllug bowling team and waa scheduled
t-j go with them to the national bowling
tournament to be held this month In Chi
cago. Mr. Zeick resided with hi sister. Mrs.
Karl Ulupe ot MM Washington street,
from which place he will be burled
Wednesday afternoon at i o'clock. Inter
ment will be mad in Laurel Hill ceme
tery. Death at U. E. Graham.
Hugh E. Graham, the oldest engineer at
tite Union Stock Yard, died Friday night
at St. Joseph's hospital following a surgt
:il operation. Graham was the oldest
engineer In the service ot the Stork Yards
tumpany and waa well known and
respected by all his friends and ac
quaintances. II will be buried from his
residence in Omaha on Tuesday morning.
Magi CHr Glp.
Phone Bell (South a-lnd. F-1W for a
case of Jetter Cold Top. Prompt delivery
tu any part of the city.- Wtiium Jetter.
The police are atlll without a clue as
to the robbers who stuck up Street Car
Conductor Freeman Saturday night at
'i'wenty-lxth and P atreeta.
Mm. Kdllh Carpenter Fowler, a former
teacher III (South Omaha schools, but
now a resident ot Lincoln, visited friends
in this city during the last few days.
It Is probable that Oscar Allen will to
niKhl accept the bonda for 1110.) which
were sold to him some -time ago. It la
under Mood that all formalities with the
exception of a few details have been
compiled with and that the money
bo turned over within a tew days.
Postal Savings Bank
Cashier Baer ot the Omaha Postal Sav
ing bank ha compiled hi February re
port and turned it in to Postmaster
Wharton. During the last month JU.77S
waa deposited and only HSet withdrawn.
At present there is about SS0,Mt on de
posit in the. bank, placed there wine It
opened on November 4, Th postal sav
ing bank now has WJ depositors.
FORWARD MOVE EXPLAINED
Leader in the Beligious Advance
Occupies Omaha Pulpit.
CAMPAIGN OPENS" MAECH 27
Aim of Movement is to Awaken the
Charrh, Arouse " Ceaaelwaaaeas
' and Promote Christian
Old Folks Cast Out x "s
,' l)y Ungrateful Boys
Sobbmgly an old man. whs tottered as
le walked, told a pitiful story la polio
court Monday of how he and 1
aged mother had been driven from tbeir
liotn by hla two sons.
Th broken-hearted father filed a com
plaint against hi two son. Mike and
Kara Kiakla, Km South Thirteenth street.
and they were arralnged In court. Th old
man toed of bow be had worked and
slaved to give hi children a good bom
and plenty to cat and wear. -Now,' be
said, "they an abi to work and an
doing so, but when I ak them tor money
with which to get something to eat they
airlka mo and drive ma out. Judg Footer
reprimanded tb boy severely and ordered
Hum to car for th old man and tu
Maiden Does Not Askv
Much from Husband
Postmaster Wharton ha.
letter from a H-year-oM nun In Johns
town. Pa, who although somewhat Il
literate. Is exceedingly lovesick. Bhe In
vitee corresndono from yoang
with serious Intention and ah say
that th only requirement aha Insists
upon kf that her prospective hSwhand
bar a Job thst pay dVar M a month.
Har nana t Ella Yuat and ah Uvea at
The businessman ' In Omaha Sunday
was Rev. 'Warren L. Bunger ot Nw York,
"advance man" tor the Men and religion
Forward Movement that begin lir Omaha,
March t?, continuing the balance of the
month. " -
In tha morning Rev. Mr. Bunger oc
cupied Ut pulpit ot the First Presby
terian church, at X o'clock In th after-.
noon met with tb local committee ot 100
ot th movement an hour later delivered
an address m th mam auditorium of
th Young Men' Christian association
building and In the evening he preached at
th North Presbyterian church.
For twelve year Rev. Mr. Bunger held
th pastorate ot one ot th leading
churches of Ohio, giving up th charge
to take up th work In which he 1 now
Rev. Baager 1 Gratified.
XI th committee meeting ot th Omaha
men Rev. Mr. Bunger listened to th re
ports and expressed gratification and
satisfaction over what ha been done
her In th way of lining up tor th cam
paign, lie answered numerous questions
and offered suggestions as to what should
be done between now and the opening of
th campaign In order to arouse Interest
He urged that a strong effort be made
to enlist th co-operation of all the
Protestant churches ot th city and ug
gested that th Wednesday evening
prayer meeting of th week beginning
March V be dispensed with, or turned
over to th women, thst being th date
for holding th first of th campaign
meetings. He told th committee thst Dr.
Lansing, th greatest ot the social serv
ice workers, will be present and will take
part la th meetings, which will be held
at 1:91 clock each afternoon ot th cam
paign! Three of the Institute will be
held, on at th First Presbyterian, one
at tha First Congregational church and
on at th Young Men Christian associ
At th main meeting ot th afternoon
Rev. Mr. Bunger congratulated th minis
Mr by saying that generally they are
men who earn every dollar they receive,
voicing the opinion that their work I not
plcnlo or a summer vacation, but In
stead "I an occupation or profession
where a man ha got to be on th Job
all th time. Yet, a a rule, they have a
good Urn and make good."
H later Will Be Made.
Th speaker predicted that th move
ment will go dowrl into history a some
thing equal to th reformation and that
It win result In a large number of men
who are possessed of good, rich blood
being lined up for Chris Along this line
he expressed the opinion that M per cent
of th men 'of th country can be brought
within th church If they ar bandied in
th right manner.
As to th scop of th movement cam
paign. Rev. Mr. Bunger ssid It wsa
planned for seven ty-aix ot the leading
cities ot th United States and thai up
to this time It had been carried on in
forty-five of them and that everywhere
most encouraging result had been at
tained. "If not th purpose." he added,
"to burn red fir and then keep quiet
afterward. Instead, th movement will
open new way, suggest new thoughts,
telling'how and what to do and after it Is
Over leave th church to garner the fruit
And carry Into effect the new Idea.
Work la tabdlrldcd.
Th movement I divided Into five
branches, each of which will be taken
up during the campaign to be held her.
They will consist ot these: Social Service.
soys' work, evangelism, mission and
Bible study, each having for It ultimata
aim an awakened church, aroused con-
dousnes and Christian unity. Th re
sult will be, according to Rev. Mr.
Bunger, that men will have a new and
better vision of what they should do and
Will be better prepared to perform the
duties required of them In their religious
Work; minister will be able to preach
better sermons, for they will receive the
sympathy and encouragement of tha peo
ple, thus bringing about a unity of pur
pose that la- th end will help to make th
HEW ART GALLERY 'PLANNED
Omaha Society Hope to Build Some
Time in, the Future.
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WELL PLEASED WITH EXHIBIT
Display el Palatine, Cteeea Saaday
Tvealaa and All Are gratified
at amber t Sales and Pnr
ekaee Price Paid.
The Omaha' Society of Fine Art 1
putting Omaha on th art map and plans
to make this position secure with a per
manent art gallery to be put up some
time In the future. How near this future
will be Mrs. Lowrie Child, chairman of
th committee In charge ot the exhibit
ot American art, which closed in the pub
lic library yesterdsy.'doe not prophesy,
but declares that the'wohl society i
full ot faith and Inspiration In the pro
ject. , - ; ' ; '
Th picture are down and are being
racked to be sent to Denver tp be ex
hibited. It cost approximately l.o'te
bring the exhibit to Omaha, The picture
purchased by the society. "Amid ' the
Litchfield Hills.'' by Ben Foster, cost a
little less than tl.3W. It will be bung In
the library with' the -picture. "Off the
Coast of Flnlsterre." by George Kimer
Brown, which. tb society bought at it
first exhibit,' two year ago.'
"We hope to. make the .rt exhibit
more thsn annual events." ssid Mrs.
Child. "W know that the people want
. Next year's exhibit will be of American
art. sine It Is possible to get the best
art In this country, whereas It Is not al
ways certain that the best will be ob
tained In foreign collections.
Th two week closed last night wttH a
record attendance of 600 for the day.
larger than any exhibit of its kind held In
Omaha. It Is estimated that In the two
week the exhibit . waa open between
8,0t and TO.Ott persons .viewed the paint
ing, many of which were works of the
most famous artists.
Mrs. Lowrl Child, one ot th directors
ot the exhibit, received a'letter from tb
American.;: eue ration of Arts asking that
photograph be taken showing th man
ner In which th painting were exhibited.
Thee photographs will be used at th
federation' exhibit at Washington nest
May to how the. interest taken In art
in Omaha. Mr. Child aaya th tact that
the American. Federation of 'Art has
asked for th photographs 1 another
compliment to the way in which Omahens
hare taken Interest In painting.
Two more picture were sold yesterday:
One to Mrs. Chariea (Counts and another
to Mrs. J. E. Summer. Mr. Kounlse
purchased "Spring at Rundown." by
Qustav Wlegard, ' and Mr. Summer
bought "October" by Frank -Vincent IX
Mond. The purchase price of the picture
waa withheld at th request of the pur
chaser. Th ether picture sold are: "Th New
Hat.", bought, by T.. R. Kimball; ;Tne
Haxy Morning," a scene en Fifty-ninth
street. New York, by Paul Comoyer, to
a purchaser. whose -name. ia being with
held, and "The'Land of Heart' Desire."
to an eastern buyer. That six picture
were sold waa a surprise to. th society,
which would have been glad to have sold
two or three.- Thl large ale. according
to Mr.. Child,' will make it poaetbl to
gat an . even finer collection' next year,
a artists aroXmore anxious - to exhibit
where picture ar purchased. ,
STANDARD MAIL CAR IS
! ABOUT DECIDED UPON
That a standard railway mall car will
be in common use before th first of next
July, Is the opinion of Assistant Superin
tendent F. D. Johnson, of th fourteenth
dlvlaion of th railway mall aervtce. Mr,
Johnatoa returned last week from Wash
ington, where he had been holding a con
ference with other railway mall official
and while there th plus" for arrange
ment of equipment were decided upon.
Not only a few minor .detail remain to
be decided upon and when there a re out
of ' tb way action to secure th car will
Two Farnam Cars
Meet in Collision,
But No One Hurt
-Passenger on' tb rear of a Dundee
oar and tb motor-man on a Fortieth end
Cuming oar bad .a narrow escape last
evening at- ( o'clock when the Cuming
ear. with -J. L. Benake a motorman.
slid Into Dundee car' at Twenur-stxth
and Farnam street.- Tb Dundee car
had Patrick Hughe a motorman and
waa taking en passenger when th ether
approached from tb rear. The brakes
refused to -work and the Cuming car
smashed Into the re., of the other with
the result that the ends ot both oars
war demolished and tb car were Inter
locked, being separated with difficulty.
. Benake .waa. caught In - the vestibule
and waa extricated , from . a man .ot
splinter and broken giaaa and hurried
to St. Joseph' hospital by Dr. C. C.
Allison hvhls automobtt. An examina
tion showed . no . bones broken. and an
hour later Benak waa back to the car
house at -Tenth end Pierce, where he
reported hi Injuries as trifling. - .
Passengers' on thi rear-of the front
car war -few and b-jy had a cbano to
get out ot harjis way before the smash
cam, v - . " . .' . .
Retail Jewelers to:
; Meet Here Saturday
The Nebraska Retail Jewelers' ' associa
tion -will bold Its ' annual convention
Wednesday. and Thursday. at th Paxton
hotel. More than 10 jewelers are ex
pected. Trade subjects exclusively will be
discussed ' t 'the - business t sessions ' and
Claud Wheeler of Columbia, Mo... secre
tary of th national. association,. will b
present, for n address.
Th annual banquet will be held
Wednesday - night - Richard O'Neill of
Lincoln' will preside, toastmaaur and
will call for the following reepou: The
Millenium,". John L..8hepherd, New York
City: Triadems," Rev. M. B. Williams.
psstor First Methodist church. Omaha;
Omaha." Mayor J. C. Dahtman: 'Psy
chological . Science, " Judge James Ma-
oomber. J. V. Barboks of Denisoa. U-.
will play the harp.
;.is Formed Solidly
For Real Endeavor
, Th board of fifteen governor elected
last Wednesday by th Young Men's
ilebrew atsocutrlon held Its first ' meet
ing hut evening tor th purpose of or
ganisation. . Th following officers were
' President. William Holxman. vice presl
dent, M. M. Rosenblatt; secretary. H.
UnnSkv: treaaurer. H. H. Brandeis:
Chairman , of committees were named
ss follows: Finance. , William Holnnan:
ediK-atlnnal. It.hW Frederick Colin:
khyelcal. Max Levi: social work. Martin
k pugarman: memoersnip, aieer tviein
unior department. Morris Rosenbloom
auditing. Fred S. tladra. - .
; Due were fixed a follows: Juniors,
II: aetlv. K: patron. 110; fellow donors,
l: contributing donors. SSi'donor. ti:
Ufa members, SUO or 'mote.
Committees were, appointed on. the
curing ot quarters on publicity-and-on
The governor will -give their first re
port at the. next' meeting t Temple
Israel Wednesday evening, . when the
newly elected officers will preside. The
frst public entertainment has been v sc
ringed for. it will consist of an ad
dree by ' Charles - Frederick - Adams on
"CIMc Rlghteousne." and will be held
Friday evening In 'the auditorium ot
Tempi Israel' after, the regular aervlora.
free to th .public .
Th ' faftt wing marriage licenses , have
Name and Residence.'
Peter Tare sen.' Mouth -Omaha..,
Annie Pttrict, - South Omaha.....
John T.:Custsr,. Jeffenson. Ia...,
Ella. Hampton, .Jefferson, la...
Russell rV Teal. Benton, Wo....
Fay It Ceinson. Salem,-Mo... .
"Queen Esther" Fills
the Lyric Theater
Unqualified success crowned th effort
of the member of th South Omaha'
Hebrew school, which gave "Queen
Esther," a three-act drama, at the Lyrio
Sunday. The cast was mad np en
tirely of the Khool member and was
played to a packed bouse. S. Weber ot
Council Bluffs wrote th play and di
rected It production, Th orchestra was
furnished by Herman Marowlt.
"Queen Esther" Is a story ot Jew bait
ing In Persia a dosen centuries ago. It
bring out the story of the persecution
of the Jew in a distinct manner. livery
line in greatly appreciated.
The leading member of the cast were:
Herman Horwieh.- King Haxhvaru;
Harold Sephrin,. the king's attendant;
Etta Corenmanjas Bixen: Kannl Backs,
a Queen Vaehti; Mamie Muahkln. a
Queen KMber, and Abe Koxlowsky. s
Hainan. Other member of th cast were!
Olcar Fried, George Llpofsky. Max Ant
man. Motile 'Oland. Bertha Cohen. Sara
Mannerwlts. Jake Wrlgiit. Ida Manner
wits, Belm Oland, Bertha LefkowlU and
-Between the acts a number of enter
taining specialties were Introduced by
Mis Mollle-Otand. ills W err lam Davis.
Miss Gertrude Chanuack. Mis Keva Gll
lnsky nd George Josephson.
A Russian dance Introduced by Mr. and
Mrs. Schabatlnsky was generously ap
Th proceeds from the performance last
night will go Into the fund ot the Jewish '
Nations! Library alliance, .
is Dead of Leprosy
INDIANAPOLIS Ind.,- March . Mnc.
Lavtnla BlackweU. ' aged , died t hr
hem here today of leprosy after beln
under quarantine alnc December la,
lH, when. the nature of her nines ws ,
discovered. The body wilt b cremated.
Simple Home Remedy
for Wrinkled Faoes
(From Popular Monthly.)
- Thousand are spending fortune In
frantic efforts to remove th signs of
premature . age from tbeir faces. Such
women willingly pay almost any amount
t sooney for worthies -wrinkle remover.
t which there are many. .. , - -'
It they only knew It, the most effective
remedy imaginable far a atmpta, harasles
taos.wash which can be made up at bom
la led than a minute. They have only t
get N an ounce of powdered axoUt and
bait a pint of witch haaei at the drug
tore and mix th two. Apply this dally
a a refreshing lotion. The effect at al
most magical. Been after the first treat
ment a marked Improvement !s noticed
and the face has a smog, firm feeling
that Is most pleasing.
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Deliveries of Mail
;. WiUBe Retarded
-An order from headquarter has reached
Postmaster Wharton requiring the count
ing of sll letter and the weighing of all
other classes ot mall handled during the
present week. Compliance with th order
began Monday morning and will continue
Until Saturday night, Th extra Work
imposed on th 'working fore of th
poatofflce. Postmaster Wharton explains,
will disarrange local delivery ot mail
matter, and those who do not get their
correspondence right on tb minute bould
understand that the postofflc force Is
doing th best it can.
Mr. Wharton announced that la ap
preciation of th tact that his men were
forced to work overtime, he would furniah
tree coffee -at th poatofflce every noon
during the week. A there, are several
Lundred carriers and a number of sub
stitute carrier at work Mr. Wharton's
offer I no small one, and it I being
greatly appreciated. ' . .'
r ,. ARE ADMITTED TO BAIL
P. J. Roooey and Go rUchter, members
of th election board of tne second pre
cinct ot th Third -ward, who with th
three other aisinlm of th board were
Indicted for election fraud by th Doug
las county grand Jury Saturday, appeared
before Judg Abraham U Sutton and
were admitted to ball in tt.00 each, N
date (or trial f th e lectio official ha
been set, but they probably will be tried
wltba a month. -
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