Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 10, 1912, Page 2, Image 2
V THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MARCH 10, 1911 You Seek Distinctiveness, but not the Extreme in Choosing Your Spring Suit We, too, followed this idea in selecting the many handsome suits which make up the present beautiful showing. The best efforts of many exclusive designers find expression here. Should your fancy incline toward the plain tailored suit with straight lines you H find it easy to select from a collection unusually complete. In the more modish models one needs but dictate any favored stylo which Fashion has stamped with approval and it will be placed before you. The cutaway Jacket with either one, two or three button predominate!; Term how many clever in novation a both in alio and arrangement. Separate collars of Eponge and Bedford Cord are alao new with the aeaaon. Skirt follow the narrow tailored line, manjr have panel back and a wide pleat in front which forma the much-dlacuaeed envelope effect. Whipcord. In abadea of tan or navy, plain black and two-tone combination are much in demand, while French or wide wale eergee and wonted la gray, tan, nary and Copenhagen, alao wonted In black and white it ripe are vaed la many itunnlng model. Junior sizes 13, 13 and 17. rrices-S15.00, $17.50, $19.75, $22.50 and $25.00. Sizes from 32 to 40 for women. Prices $22.50. $25.00, $29.75, $32.50, $35 up to $45. V rr im nostra wmn "MS 1513-20 F ASK AM STREET Rapidly Becoming Omaha' $ Mott Exclative Wearing Apparel Shop for Men, Women and Children. SIX MEN BDMD TO DEATH Tire Attacks UAgbg Howe on Clark Street, Chicago. MAT EE MORS B0PH3 II SHUTS Headred; aad eTatr-MT Mea Were JUeevlaa la the atld taw Win the fire rah Oat. CHICAGO. March -! bmb were killed la a fir waka attacked a Clark street lodging house her today. It ki believed awe thaa twle that aumber of bedlee will be found en the upper floor whea the flrenea search the building. One f the ata-Tbomaa btcMath, a painter Jumped e hie death frf tit fourth etory. and the bodlee of five eth er were found where they had bee suffocated er kerned to death. The name apread guiekly Uireuah the building and the flreatea bad hardly ar , nved before aiea were ruehlng from the lodgis deueeu Boot war trapped In their bed. Two jumped to life Beta held by firemen and were Injured. The establishment aoueed in men, ac cording to the proprietor. Orear Amen. J yeare eld, lamped from a wlnopw la -the third floor Into a Ufa net held by firemen on the eldawalk. He strut a protruding jlgn and wa badly Injured. DAVIS - TELLS OF u MONEYS HE TOOK : AS COUNCILMAN (Ceatlaaed from rtret Page.) pusltloa to live right, but my friends who helped te elect me had every right to ex pect, from what they knew of my life, that I would be a atraight and reliable maa la the ooundl. Tell of Meaey Ms "la Juet two Instance I new have In mlad did any really dirty, money oome to me. Itebert Aadersoa, a Third ward man. acting ,f of aom. woman property owner. 1 understood, came to ma three er four moatha age and made a propo rtion. Ha aald be waa acting for all the property ownera concerned in tha uim meat far pavement on Capitol avenue, between Thirteenth and fourteenth streets. ITe aald It waa a Question of hiring aa attorney to have the an ment reduced and they would juet aa tooa pay me. I needed money very badly 'at that particular time and took Ft Anderson and a man named LeOrotte put op HS each. Afterward, one day when the matter wa up la the council cham ber, Anderaea nd LeQrott were there, end Anderson aald to the ether men: 'We muet be d a careful, becauee w are In a deep la thle ai Oavta la,' and LaQrette agreed that auch waa tha fact. Previously they had both aaeured me every property owner on the block waa la on the deal, and Anderaea wa to (get half of everything collected. They told me at sue time the only kicker tgalnet the arrangement waa a colored women, but did not ay whether b wet acting for herself er eomeooe else. At FREE PILE REMEDY that time the money looked awful big: to me, 1 needed It ao badly, and the I temptation wa to great I have no other eapiaaattoa for taking It" Telle of Laea. Told that varlou -loan" were being mentions ta oonacetloo with hi aame, Mr. Davie aald: "About those leana I have only thU to y, that I did procure them from several people. Soma of the largest were to eteve off what I rogared a trouble that would discredit me moat seriously, but I woa't go ever that bow. At this time they may be looked on a graft, e anything and everything I ever did M likely to be, without any shadow of Jus. tics. At the lime the thought never en tered my bead of graft In tha sense of forcing men or holding them up for money. ( Catkers Deed Hot Craft. "A Mead ha told m that en arrange ment I had with Roy Calhera haa been distorted Into graft. It waa nothing of the kind, bat a prtvsle agrsemsnt be tween Cstker and myself oa a matter that had no connection with any action of mine aa a oily official. Mr. Catbere will get hi Ms, all that la Involved, ae aoea aa I can pay him. "Another deal that la not at all what II la held forth aa being la that of a man named MrKenale. He had arranged tor a brink sidewalk and changed hie mind and wanted concrete. I got IN from Mo. Kenate to give to the contractor, a man named geeto. to pay for hauling the brick back and paying demurrage on the aame, but the money he since been paid back to 'tha maa who gave It to ma, In that deal everything waa aboolutely' straight, and lotto would hav got hla money In doe time only ho claimed al. moot twice what I had received, and now lb difference I on between him and the man wan Is paying for the etdewalk. The man who paid me the t haa sine got It back, and I did not profit or tapect to profit t cent by It. Limit ta Baeriflso, "Now, I want to say that It any white washing would save my wife from fur ther worrying, or atop her heartache, or If H would east my conscience, snd bring peac of mind to my mother and other relatives. I can probably get' a coat aa easily aa anybody elee. Stilt I repeat that 1 don't seek te excuse my conduct I confess It waa absolutely wrong and enwarranted, but then la al ways two sides to everything of thia kind. 1 am sot dlepoeed to nearer the other elde now; but I will y ther Is a limit to all sacrifice, aad I may reach hat limit myself." Da via showed eigne of menial aad phy sical worry, and a gllmpss of Mrs. Devla Indicated ah waa la a pitiful stats. Be tween the eenteaosa of hla formal state ment, and afterward, the young maa gave utterance to repining. He ad mitted that after working for year aa a at reel car maa oa an ordinary aalary, the elevation te the council, with In creased Income, had made hla rather canleea la contracting debts, bwt he In sisted that when ho began to borrow he had ao serloua thought of where the practice might lead htm. 4 Aa to where be Intend to go, er when, er how he means to keep In touch with development! here, Mr. Davie bad noth ing to say, "t jurt want to get my wife out of this thing for the time." bo aald, "and I want a chaac to eertousty con alder my own situation." Seat To Deeaoaetrate the Merits at Pyramid pile Remedy. What It Xae Bess for Other, It Can Be Tor Tea. IV, bare teatimoniaia by the hundreds, showing all stages, kinds and dsgruca of pile which have been cored by Pyra mid mi Beinedy. If you could read these unsolicited let ter yd would ao doubt go to the near est drug store and buy a box of Pyramid pits Remedy at once; price fifty cents. We do not ask yea to do this. Bond n your name aad address and we will send yoa a trial package by mall, free. We know what the trial packaca will do. la many teas It ha cured piles without further treatment If it prove Its value to you, order more fronv your druggist, at He a box. This 1 fair, la it not? Pimply cut out free cvupon be low aad maH today, .with your aadie end cruras on a slip of paper. b Free Pile Remedy mum paw ao, oa ryreaud Bidg, aarahsil. lOoa, with yews rail warns asm mien a a sup of paps. A sample of the ga rrrsskid Ml isiily anil (baa be seat yea at eaao vy man, rmSB, fa piala wiappot. DAVIS OPKHtTIOwg Ml'LTIPtV Ceaaetl.ee Who Netlre l aws Plr .'ellewta Maay Paaae. Graft eeeratlone ventured by Chariot M. Davis, ex-ooeuieilmea. nave appar ently ramified In mere thaa eae direc tion. A on Imnanoo of malfsaaeaee e ' velope another h uncovered, aad eve th wise enee In the leered prootaett ot the municipal casti a Clgbtoeath atreet quake to know the result. Her b) on of Davis grafting schemes A street ta paved, and possibly the pav ing material baa seen changed for some thing cheaper, but thai haa nothing te do with tha tnotanc of graft. When the pavement Is finished and aietut us mad Davie foes to "benefited'' property ownera and gives the confidential In formation that ha can hare the assess menu reduced by at least half for a car. tain sunt The -certain nun" ta forth eoenlag. and the Davie goea through a ag eertea ot eipianattona. . But la th meaatlaw the awaey h ha eetlocted baa keen misappropriated. The extent of hi operations probably never win be known, not evea aheuM the grand Jury find time to take np the case. Th paved street hi ouoetio w Capitol avenue betweea Thirteenth aad Fourteenth. Weeks aa reload. Just befer Christmas Deris went to Robert Anderson. UU Capitol arenas, a maa be had known since be was a kM In kaee Pent a and a maa whom b knew held ceorldcoce. He told Anderson be could have hla paving sssteement reduced by half ef the paltry atua of Be. and hav- log known Davta alnee be played Bsarhia; Anderson believed what he said waa true. The SB was paid over by Aaderaoe aad bla wife oa the belief that Davis would do what bo proposed. But Davis did not top at bla violation of th confide nee In which he 'wa held by hi senior friend. Whea ho had pocketed the money ke asked Anderson to Introduce him to other property owner in th block who were "benefited" by th raving. Finds A net bee Dane , Accordingly Davit waa Introduced lo Anton Learotta, a musician living at 1M Capitol avenue. Davta made hit propose! and Mrs. LeOrotta waa called Into the conaerene. Both husband and wife were Jubtful and they Instated that If any money went paid over te Devls thst Anderson would stand at security. Anderaon, believing In the boy, aid, "Aura. 1 have known him elnce be waa a bid and I know that he la honeat" Devla secured the money and be even went ao far aa lo "commission" Le Orotta aa hi agent to collect equivalent amounts from other property ownera In the same block. Whether any mors collection hav been mad haa not beta learned. The collections were mad om time In December, but neither Mrs. Anderson nor Mr. LoGrotla are able to live th exect dates. All I hey remember la that they bed to dig down In their petticoat pocketa and give up the money with which they Intended to buy Christmas presents. , A. C. Kugel, Louis Berk. Fred M. gchroeder. Loul Burnt ester and J. B. Hummel, republican membere ot the city council, held a special meeting Friday alghl in Jodg Btrka'a office, and de cided not to select successor to Charles M. Uavta, unleae ther wss demand from the reetdenu of the Twelfth Word or th six democratic councilman. , MASTER BUILDERS REFUSE i Set Xoinej Carpenters Denied ler. Cents Hour Increase. - HOT LIKELY TO PRESS DEXA5I Farmers sf Cam Toerswblp Will Gs lata Caart ta Resist Al leceel Krrsr la Levy of Tsxes. DES MOl.VKS. la., March J.-8pec:sJ Telegram.) Tli demand of the carpen ters of Dea Moines tor 10 rent an hour Increase in wage this year wa today definitely refused by the master build era oa the ground that this year business will not Justify granting any Increase. Higher wagea would prevent much build ing and the builder will not Uke the risk. It I believed that the carpenters will accept the situation and not under take to fore their request. Farmer of Camp township, this countv, are preparing te go to court to fight an error made tn the levy of taxes la that township. It la declared that the Board of Supervisor raised th assessment of the township by St per cent because of a misunderstanding a to th acreage of the township. Then the state board added TH per cent Increase to the wtiol" county, with the result that taxes have been nearly doubled. The county offi ciate have no way of correcting the error and the farmer refur to pay the taxes. IAFT GETS MORE DELEGATES Conventions in Iowa Betignktt Tlt Men Secularly. JTOUB DISTRICTS FOE HOC K0 First, Sixth, F.labth and Math Al ter Preeldeat, While Casasalna la Pallia Behind ia Hie Oera State. (From a Staff Correspondent.) DE8 MOINES, March k (Special Tele gram.) Thirteen county conventions were held by republicans today In Iowa. Of these only Warren, 8ioux and Shelby wore carried for Cummins. Audubon county waa reported as divided. Tha other sent delegatlona tor Taft They are Ringgold. Union. Clsrk. Lucas, Taylor, Decatur, Wayne. Guthrie and Adair, all la the southern part of the state. Reports from caucus In Bucoa Vista show that county baa been earrted for Cum mine. , Washington county caucuses carried for Roosevelt after a hard fight The results make It certain that the district dele gate from the Pint. Blxth. Eighth and Ninth districts will all be for Taft tars Ueaaiae Beck Beer , in bottle March and thereafter. The HEBT and MOST DELICIOUS GENUINE BOCK BEER brewed In Omaha. Phone Chaa. Store for a ease for your home W ebster 12fi. Independent B-VXL Meu Beaad Over ta Ceart. BEATRICE, Neb., March k-Spocial Telegram.) Claude Price and Tom Ounv phrey of the Matthewa Construction com pany at Kansas City, charged with as saulting K. . O. King with pick handle with Intent- to do great bodily Injury, were bound over to th district court to day by Judge Walden. . They were re leased on ponds of KOt each. King waa a former employe of th Matthews Con- nruction company, wmcb bum the water works plant here, and the assault oc curred last week. .'EBRASKA CITY MEN WILL ASK TO ISSUE STOCK (Prom a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN. March .-Spec1al.-Attor-ncy Gouler of Chicago, who obtained permission from the railway commission to I Miie tSUOl sdditiunel bonds of the Nebraska tlty Oa company, returned the order today on request of the board. The law provides that bond may be Issued to only two-thirds of the amount of stock and when the permission was granted It was supposed the company had MS of valid siock outstanding. It waa later .ascertained the commission bad not authorised the issuance of anr stock by the company aad hence the re- V call of the order.. .. - : ft la announced now that the company will request permission ta Issue It r worth of stork, and when that la grant! will follow with a request to issue the bonds. This looks simple enough, but it la known that at least one member ot the commission will never vote to per mit the issuance of any stock or bonus except oa a showing that they are is sued for value received. If tola is In stated oa It will seriously interter it i the plans. If you bar anything to exchange ai- Y vertlse It In Tha Bee Want Ad columns, ' What's the Matter With Your Baby? The young mother end many an old jne. too ie often pussled to know the cause of her child's ill nature. The Loudness of us crying does not neces sarily indicate the seriousness ot Its trouble It may have nothing more the matter with It than a headache er a feel ing ef general, siallneea It cannot, of course, describe Its feelings, but ae a preliminary measure you are sate la try ing a mild laxative. , ' Nina time eat of ten. you will find It le all the child seeds, for Hi restleesneee and peevishness are perheps due to ob struction of the bowels, and once that has been remedied the headache, the sluggishness sad the .msny other e vi deo ees ef eonatlpatloa and Indigestion will quickly disappear. Don't give the little one halts, eathar Uo pllla er nasty waters, for these will act at purgatives, and they are too strong for a child. In the families of Mrs. J. E. Harmon. Me etar Ave.. Burlington. Iowa, aad Mr. E. Morse. Council Biuffe, lows, the only .sxstue given ta Dr. Cald well s Syrup Pepsin. It has been found to answer moot perfectly all tbe pur poses of a laxative, and its very mildness and freedom from griping recommend It especially for the use of children, women and old folks generally people who need a gentle bowel stlmunt. Thousands ot American families have been enthusiastic about It for more than a quarter of a century. Anyone wishing to make a trial of thia remedy before buying It In the regular way of a druggist at fifty cer.te or one dollar a large bottle (family else) cen have a sample bottle sent to the borne free? of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. Mi Washington St.. Montlrello. III. Your name and address on a costal card will do. It i- Si w.-i-v, -i bisa -: ire : yasi M ' .mh 111 MiM ,. I I'f ''fit II aa a. I I I a I I II I! V i , W4 M I ' 2T Oj '' . "saa."V ftl'l 'I I II a-e. I ' N Mil I . a, v itl; Hm t lllll , liil I L ' 'ff-ATin f il l M tl IH ;l 31 rift I A ' l-WJi ni '!': IttK'&l M aAAmA.Ih i i '-V Vtf k . ' i' ; i ii m utmwi . T im . . iipT7ti 'tkrjw . -ni i ri r - - r.aaaj , ,1. : i ik rir i HYMENEAL -" . Wfarrea-Ollmore. OLENWOOD, It., March (.-(SpeclaL)-.' Mr. M. Clyde Warren and Miss Edith O. Ollmor erere marled at th borne of thshrlde e partntt In Olenwood Thursday.. Mla Ollmor hat been -one of Olen wood' brightest tnd beat primary 'teach er. M. C. Warren It one of Mill county's roost up-to-date young farmer. H waa la th Amee-MUIt county short couree directorate, aad always la svery move ment to advance agricultural standarda In Iowa. They will Uv on th groom farm aear Emerson. t SMALL BOY MYSTERIOUSLY WOUNDED NEAR SEWARD SEWARD. Nsb.. March . (Special Tel. gram.r The e-ysar-old son of Mr. and Mr. If. J. Hanteoeur, who II v three mile west of Seward, waa mysteriously shot late yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Haneneur had been wy from horn snd th boy wa running toward the bans to meet them wher ho waa aeen to staiger. Th father quickie plckd the boy up aad found that he waa bleed ing from a bullet wound lust below the heart- It ia tupposed that th shot wa tired by oem hunter ta th vicinity, but ae report was beard. Th ntlr affair la a mystery. Th lad I In a critical eon dltloa, but kit recovery to hoped for. Ten Dollars Did This at Hartman's "Surprise your hubby. Show him what a few dollars will jio at HARTMAN'S in furnishing your home in aay that will insure the greatest possible degree of comfort and coziness at the least possible expense, by taking advantage of our confidential, easy paying plan, which is simple and ideal and entirely free from any disagreeable conditions', or uny thing that would tend to embarrass you. ,. ,. . , t-.' -' -"' A very sniatt-paytaent down, 'and a little monthly, will enable you to buy all your home 'furnishing peed at'ou,' 'large'store, uai eUivw,.yoo.from n to two Tears time to pay, for what you purchase,;, '.'.'... , . " -.. Every article we offer for sale is marked with a plain figure price tag. This gives you an 'opportunity to Compare, our prices with what you have to pay elsewhere. Another thing your can be sure of is we charge one price to everybody.' Base is fitted with two small drawers, CLARENCE ENGLISH AND RAY BRONSOM ARE MATCHED INDIANAPOU8, March k-Ray Bron- aen of fndianapolit and Clarence Kagllth ot Omaha today were matched to bo fifteen round, at lit pounds at St. Jo seph, Me. -April I , T 1 Omaha's (Juality Laundry Watches the work as closely as possible : and with a view to your com-! forts. Your shirts and collars are all dated, so you can tell the life of each piece. Linens ' are washed sanitarily and ev erything returned in the most np-to-date manner. BOTH PH0NIS Wagons Everywhere. ' i Gentlemen's Chiffonier ; A PS value, made of selected sglld quarter eawed oak, I conveniently arranged drawers, hat compart" ment ano up-to-aate ware roue. hetutlful Freuch plete mirror door, offered for thle week at th unbofttabig price of Colonial Buffet $1225 This wonderful sale special is made of careful ly selected Amcr ican quarter sawed oak, lias durable con struction and polished to a mirror like bril liancy. 1 one lined for silver ware; large linen drawer and double door dish compartment We know you will appreciate the value and if you are in need of a buffet we urge you to call Monday; for this sale only; a regular $28 value. fSBlii Golden Oak Drsr 9x12 Monrch Bruggela Ruts In thl lot ef high grade Rugs wo cen show many beautiful design. They are eatra fine quality, firm ly woven and permanent color. These Hues are regular g I 00 values and are offered while they last at the sstonishlngly low price quoted above ?99 HARTMAN'S COMPLETE HOME OF 4 FURNISHED ROOMS Positively Every Article to . It kw3 a ITlOntn complete home Parlor, Bed Room, Dining Room and Kitchen OR ANY OTHER FOUR ROOMS YOU DESIRE Remember every room complete -PICTURES, LACE CURTAINS, RUGS and DISHES included. "LET HARTMAN FEATHER YOUR NEST' ThU dmMr show a conijj la roM n oak and mthor&ny finish, U beautiful la dMlrn and un usually well rrdex It la built throurhout of slGtd matsiiais. bnillantW pollahed; baa S larg and S small drawer and a larva mirror 9 up ported by artistical ly crTd standard.; offered by ua until ixfn they last, ct TjtV 1 11 PtMls $99 PS The posts of this bed are exceedingly heavy, have 3 broad becorated panels at the bead and foot board. They are en ameled in the popular gold bronze finish, which is supe rior to any im itation brass bed offered. Tbey win not Urn lab or rob off. A beauty gad a bargain. QuartV. Oak Dinin, Room Chain gt ea I w p.., W know absolutely that U.0 cannot duplicate these chairs In any atore in Omaha. They are made of solid quarter sswed oa and hlshly polished. Have gen uine Imperial Leather seats, heavily braced, wide, spartoua seat and broad back, a world beater. Solid Oak Chiffonier These Chiffonier are mad of se lected solid ' oss, and are hand somely, polished. Have five larae drawers. with brass rolls, ev- tremeiv well made and guaranteed. Fully worth Set more tnan tnte week'sipeclal price pane, ex- J4" iHMffi 1414-1416-1418 DOUGLAS ST. Cw-Cart Spexial A ltl wodal Col lapel bte Go-Cart that folds with one motion: all steel frame and body of gusranteed Imperial ueatner. com plete with rered this extrerueiy low price of. tana eooroi suaraoieeti ueatner. com- f see. 7 C i hood. ot-4rJI3 week at the .