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THE BEE: OMAHA. -THURSDAY. MARCH 28. 1912.
BEIEF CITY NEWS
Save Soot Mat It.
Jeff W. Bedford tor commissioner.
Alfred loura for city ectnmleelooer.
Blectrie Ooffee lioetes Burgest
V. B. Tacker, republican candidate for
senate. BU phono "Florence Mf."-Adv.
Tot for Goodley F. Braeker for Coro
rMewoner under th Coajralasinon Form
of Government. Adv.
!! la Baaaaoaad Iarael Gershater.
M North Sixteenth street, 'reported to
the polite that a suit of clotbea and mm
email change had been atolen from hla
1-itsgard tocoa atowoy While Tbomaa
Fltsgard of M -Sherman avenue waa ab
aeat from hla room Tuesday someone
broke Into hla trunk and took W cached
Te OaaipeU for Frofram Muatcal
eompetlttoa for tha ltu Omaha Hlsh
achool commencement exercises will be
held Kay I. according to plana announced
by Mat Mary Sullivan, head of the
English literature department Tha plaoa
for tha contest haa not yet been decided
upon. . .
Kara Fatttteaa Hied E. A. Clark.
Henry Schroeder and D. W. McVea have
filed tor commlaalonara, making aeventy
alz ' who have filed, . altrtough . three of
them-Fred M. Schroeder. Frederick Mil
liner and J. H. Bennett have withdrawn
from tha race. P. J. Creedon, Dr. Joseph
F. Nina. A- J. Hllddlnger. Mat Kat tie
man and M. Baaanblatt took oat petitions
today. Thia raJeea the number of peti
tions now out to Its.
POLICE CAPTURE A MAN
ROBBING GROCERY STORE
John Mullen, ISO North Eighteenth
atreet. waa caught but' night In the act
of robbing the .C Peterson grooery store
at Twentieth and Clark atveeta by De
tectives Patullo, McDonald and Emery.
Neighbor? aaw him amaah a rear window
and they Immedltely called the police.
When the offtoera arrived Mullen had
.guemiijr mwiu fuw aim touwsuo
and waa rifling the caeh register, which
contained but a few pennies.
At tha elation Mullen feigned drunken
ness and pretended that he did not know
what ha waa doing.
Mullen waa discharged by Judge Foster,
after leaning that he waa a paralytic..
AFFAIRS ATJODTH OMAHA
Warm Fight Among' Democrat Over
QUEOAK SUITS BIO KTOFUS
Call for Help Sent te Omaha by the
Demoralised Machine .PIT -
rashes Old Claiaaa te
Vfith the Good-Gillin machine wabbling
because of an overload of dead freight
there appears to be little doubt today
that the old gang in the city hall will be
cleaned out from top to bottom.
Glllln la I making a desperate fight and
is willing o sacrifice any one and any
thing m order to win out. Hla past record
for treachery to bim own mates baa an
tagonised powerful local leaden and there
is every indication that the democrats
wilt tuna In a body to the support of John
Cribble, who the democratic candidate
tor treasurer on the cltlsens progressive
William Queenan. one of the lieutenants
of Omaha leaders. Is out in war paint for
OilUn'a scalp. Several years a go when
Queenan was tax oterolaaloner dilltn
started a fight on him for the custody ot
the commissioner's books. Later OUIIn
reversed himself add Insisted that the
present tsx commissioner, Jerry Flts
gerald. should vacate the us of the treas
urer's office. Now both Queenan and
Fltsgerald are out with their friends to
get the scalp of the treasurer.
That Olllln recognises his desperate
strait waa evidenced day before yesterday
when he sent a call for help to a demo
cratic leader in Omaha. The leader, who
has a big following down here, la under
stood to have recalled the fact that QlUIn
refused to help McShane last tall. Glllln'a
appeal was denied snd be must now fight
Queenan, in discussing the matter, said
yesterday: "Every real democrat In town
will vote for John Cribble In place of
Oillln. who haa put the success ef the
whole ticket in Jeopardy by bis official
conduct." Frank Good, who felt sure ana
safe In bis tleup with Olllln. Is beginning
to look askance at the alliance and war
In that section is Imminent
While the republicans were' preaching
their platform of honesty and efficiency
te a meeting of the residents In the vi.
olnlty of Twenty-fifth and P streets last
night. Fire and Police Commissioner Joe
Ptvonka was saaurlng a crowd of demo
orals at Thirty-sixth and TJ streets that
FIVE PARTS of a National
Cash Register which benefit
The Indicators '
'When a sale is recorded
a bell rings. This draws,
the attention of, every
one' to the amount
which the figures at the
top of the register
The publicity of each
' record -helps -enforce
the correct handling of
your money., and
accounts, s. .
, n -, . ' i
show, is added on total
adding wheels . inside
the register. , This
added record ' enables
you to prevent losses.
-The register prints on
the. salevstrip the same
figures which the indi
From it you can know
occurring in your store
regardless of - where
you may be.
This printed record en
ables you to settle dis
putes and trace sales,
The Printed Receipt
This printed 'receipt,
showing the amount of
sale, goes to- the cus
tomer when the sale is
The receipt, in connec
tion with the added and
printed records, enables
you to get all your
money, therefore all
Clerks Individual Counters and Cash Drawers
The individual counters
tell ' how much each
clerk sells. In connec
tion with the separate
cash drawers, they
' make each clerk respon
sible for his own trans
You can judge the
value of each clerk in
your employ; because
you have accurate rec
ords to measure each
' one's ability, honesty.
t accuracy and industry.
A modern National Cash Register is easy to operate, does so -
much and costs so little.
It will pay tot to investigate how a National will benefit your '
business. Send for booklet!
H. B. WHTTEHOUSE, Sales Agent
Tar National Cash Registers
404. S. Fifteenth St, Omaha, Neb.
If elected he would perform In the same
manner as he had done In the last two
Plvonka told the democrats present that
he was out for Ryan and that if the
democrats did not vote for Ryan they
need not vote for him. "
The effect ot Pivonks'a speech on the
other candidates was apparent In the wry
smiles with which the words of the
speaker were received. Later the dis
comfiture was Increased when John Fra
nek took the floor to address the meet
ing. Hla words lacked their usual hearti
ness and there was little response from
The most noteworthy feature ot the
meeting, however, was the absence of
Treasurer John OUIIn. This waa for
merly a Glllln territory, but the suave
treasurer had evidently learned ot his
present unpopularity In that section and
deterred hla visit to a more auspicious
PelMlral Clah Meeting.
The colored political and social club
held a rousing meeting last night at M
North Twenty-sixth street, Over 90S
members were present ander the chair
manship ot W. I Sawyers, who Intro
duced the candidates of the republican
and cttixrns tickets
The meeting was full of Interest and
after listening to the candidates and
Mayor J. J. Trainor, the meeting ad
journed until Friday -night, when the
club will vote on the endorsement of can
didate to be supported by the members.
The club Is a permanent organisation
and the members expressed their Interest
In the coming tall election. 8. U Arvln
acted as secretary of the meeting.
Projected headlong from his wagon
which was standing at Twenty-fifth and
N streets yesterday evening, Peter
Lasarowlcs, a farmer residing in 8ary
county Just south ot Thirty-sixth atreet.
suffered a severe blow on the head and
a fracture of the left ankle.
Lasarowlcs was' standing upright In
the wagon when hla horse took fright
The audden Jolt threw htm out on the
pavement and the wagon passed over his
left leg. . - '
He was attended by Dr. A. H. Koenig
who sent him to the South Omaha
The republicans ef South Omaha have
bullded a platform with a foundation of
pledges tor a better, cleaner and mora
buslneas-like municipal government. The
Honesty and efficiency In all depart
Wa nledre a cleaner ana more compe
tent government lor nouta umsns.
We pledge a rigid eooaomy in every
department of the city.-
We pledge emancipation from the bond
am of contractor domination. -
We pledge a clean, honest, sober and
Miun fir and Do lice board. .
We pledge a more rigid Inspection of
an material and methods ot laying pave
ments and that the people ah all desig
nate the malarial without Interference ef
contractors or solltldsns.
We pledge the adoption of such a sys
tem of bookkeeping as will protect the
Interests ef all taxpayers.
We pledge that every dtlsen ot our
oHy snail have the right to vote for
ha ha dI eases and have the vote counted
without going te court to have this right
At the meeting ef the campaign com
mittee of the cltlsens' progressive party
held but night at their headquarters, the
charges made In the World-Herald re
flecting upon the personality and com
petency ef present City Attorney Henry
C. Murphy, seeking te discredit him and
to create a teles impreastoa that hla in
dorsement has caused some members of
said party ta loee interest In the work
undertaken by them, met with a vigorous
expression of disapproval, which cul
minated In the passage of the following
We take' this ssnaelon ta make public
announcement of the fact that Mr. Mur
phy 'a Indorsement for city attorney
went to ' him unsolicited and In
response to the tact that hla manage
ment ot the legal affairs of the city for
the last two years warrants the highest
eemmendatlona at the hands of all good
out sena, and that we denounce thia
meibitoua and unwarranted attack as
being an attempt on the part ot certain
people In the gang seeking to revenge
the city attorney because of his fearless
stand aa city attorney on all matters af
fecting the public welfare and tights of
Signed: CITIZENS' COMMITTEE.
Maa-ls Clr Ceeelp. .
Wednesday Is bargain day at Flynn'a
Open In tha evening.
Bui a Ooldatrom la understood te be
out of the city for the present.
Frank Purdy and Chauncey Mann of
Lincoln were the week-end guests of
Mrs. McDonald of Tekaman Is the
guest ef her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
C. Marsh, SIM S street f
Mlas Hatch. 48! South Thirteenth
atreet will entertain the Brown Park
Lad lea' Aid aoclety this afternoon.
Tbe Woodmen of the World drill team
111 will give a box social and dance
thia evening at Odd Fellows' halt
The young people of the Lefler Memorial
church, Fifteenth and Madison streets,
will give an Old Folks conceit Thurs
day evening at S o'clock.
Mrs. H. Rothkoft haa returned from
the Nebraska sanitarium, where aba haa
has besa for the last month.
Henry Jensen. M2S N street South
Omaha, died yesterday. Mr. Jensea was
Si years old. The funeral arrangements
have not yet been made.
Booth Omaha Camp No. til. Woodmen
ot tbe World degree team, will entertain
at a box social Wednesday evening for
friends snd members at Odd Fellows ball
The kenslngton circle ot the South
Omaha drove No. W, Woodmen Circle,
will entertain this afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Frank Dolesoi, 401 North
Tls a new -ray bonnet
With a flower garden on K,
Juaf brought from Ryan's store;
Wear It Easter Sunday,
It will, I know, become thee, -
'Tie the style your mother wore. -
KARBACH BEFORE THE JURY
He Tells of Methods Employed by
Fire and Police Board.
ENTIRE BODY IS SUBPOENAED
Boar aad Mayer Will Be Ojaee-!
tlened at Teday'e Keeeloe, Fal
lowing t'p lafermsattoa
driven by Karbaeh.
Member Karbach of the tire and police
board was haled before the grand Jury
eaterday morning and questioned as
to hla knowledge of methods employed
within the inner circle ot that body.
Information secured from him by the
Jury la the basis of a general summon
to all members ot the board. Including
Mayor Dahlman. to appear this morn
ing to answer Karbach's testimony.
Mr. Karbach spent considerable of the
morning with the Jury, and after ad
journment It waa stated . that be was
questioned about the purchase ot sup
plies and equipment - Purchases which
the board Is authorised te make Indhider
costly fire apparatus, police equips g
snd the like.
: Long . Seetalaed
The belief prevails among thoae who
kept close tab. on things municipal that
Karbach'a appearance followa the gen
eral and more or lees specific charges
he haa made from time to Ume against
the fire' and police board.
In this connection he was prominent
early last year when Chief Donahue wat
tried on 'ouster proceedings brought, by
the state for alleged failure to enforce
the ' liquor law. " Karbach haa mad
charges freely - and without restriction,
the result, being that he haa had tilts
win other officials At one time he and
the mayor had a lively encounter.'
. . . Pare, la . Slackened."
The Jury took a recess at the cIom
of the morning session and will not re
convene until this morning. It la
said that It la the Intention ot he Jury
to hold light aeaslona from now on until
after the coming primaries. This would
Indicate that there will not be an early
Girl Refuses to Go
Home to Her Parents
Juvenile court off! dale received a tele
gram Monday from the parents of Miss
Iva Hubert of Waterloo, la, earing
their H-yoer-dd daughter baa run away
from home and was going te Denver to
"Get her to come back," was the final
plea at the parents,
Probation Officer Carver met the train
oa which the girl waa supposed to be.
Without difficulty he found her, a pretty,
obstinate little girl wW quietly informed
him that he could eend her back If be
wanted te. but she would run away
Too see J met hlra frequently for
eight months. He's a fine man and I'm
going to marry him. I'm 17 years old
snd if I don't get married this year I
will next; so there."
Carver argued but finally succumbed
to tha tears of the pretty girl and told
her to go oa and get married and sent
hla eongratulaUens to tha flne
tbe sumach, torpid liver, lame back
and weak kidneys are soon relieved by
Electric Bitters. Guaranteed. iSa Per
sale by Bsc ton Prog Co.
Peters Has New
M..C. raters, head of the Peters Mill
ing - company, haa perfected a machine
for the milling of alfalfa, and he Is hav
ing a working model made by Paxton A
Vlerilng. Mr. Fetera says that the
new machine cuts alfalfa In such a man
ner as to make It a granular meal Instead
of pulverised dust, aa do most of the
alfalfa milling machines. Alfalfa cut
on Mr. Peters' machine Is said to be
more a cereal than anything else and It
makes a. much better feed for chickens
and stock than the ' pulverised etuff.
Mr. Peters Intends to establish a number
of alfalfa mills In Nebraska and Wy
SHERIFF'S MEN RAID
Deputy shertffe raided Floeale May's
place at S3) North Sixteenth street late
Tueediiy night and arrested three women
and one man, all of whom were charged
with being Inmates of a disorderly houst
The proprietress waa aot arrested becaust
she could aot be found when the rak
Boys' Confirmation Suits
In the New Knicker
$3.95 bocker Style S3.95
"We have just received a large shipment of Boys'
Blue Serge Suit?, that were made to sell at $5. Our buyer
secured an advantage that enables us to sell them at
Made from absolutely all wool; high-grade, fast eolor
blue serge. THE COATS have extra strong linings, hair
cloth fronts, felled collars and padded shoulders, and are
guaranteed to retain their shape permanently.
THE KNinvERBOCKERS are lined throughout
all seams are taped and triple sewed and are warranted
'not to rip they have excelsior waist bands and belt
loops. A strong $5.00 value
Our Special Price . . $3.95
Snappy, new aha pea that ex
actly accord with boys' Ideas of
what he wants. In black and all
shades ot brown and gray. ' Ex
ceptional qualities at . , ,
A large) ajH-ortmeat In solid
black, blue and fancy mlxtores;
also novelties in (trowa snd
25c to $1.00
' I '
JOHN FRANEK IS INDICTED
- aa-aw. ,
Sonth Omaha Council President Held
for Liquor Violation. . .
BROTHER MEMBER GIVES BOND
This Is First ef aereral Iadletaseats
Kapected aad Aetlea ilea De.
asoraliaed Machine at
f Which Me la Head.
John Franek, democratic president ot
the South Omaha diy council and mem
ber from the Hecond ward has been in
dicted by the grand Jury. The belief la
the charge ot Illegal sale of 'liquor on
August ti, primary day. The papers
were served Tuesday night and Wednea
day morning Franek appeared to give
bunds. Bond waa furnlnhed by Matt
Peterson, democratic councilman tor the
This Is the first of the Indictments ex
pected In South Omaha and the news
has demur sliced tha local democratic ma
chine of which Franek Is one ot the pil
lars. The Indictment Is a direct reflec
tion on the fire and police board, which
had knowledge ot the ease last August,
but refused to eonalder the asms attar
Franek had been tried and acquitted oa
a similar charge.
Vlelatre Lienor Law.
Franek runs a saloon at Twentieth and
8 streets and It wae charged that be
openly sold liquor oa primary day last
August. Ths esse was brought before the
Fire and Police board tor trial, but that
body refused to consider the matter
alleging that tbe dismissal of prevtcus
similar charge bad closed tbe matter.
News of the Indlotnseat apraad rapidly
and the gang that has controlled for as
.ong were plainly downcast.
The report of grand Jury action
others known to be Included In the Fire
anji police board Investigation.
Omaha Ad Men to Go
b to Dallas Meeting
The eighth annual convention of the
National Association of Ad clubs of
America will be held at Dallas. Tex.,
beginning May IS. and lasting for over
a week. The "100 te Delias club" ot
Omaha la making arrangements lo at
tend the convention In a body, and as
are s Urge number of other Omaha bus
The Omaha delegation will leave Sat
urday morning. May IK, and will arrive
at Dallas the following morning. The
following committee has charge of ths
trip: Victor White, C. C. Rose water, j,
A. C. Kennedy and R. B. Wallace.
BLUFFS AUTHORITIES THINK
ATKINSON'S NEPHEW HERE
James P. Atkinson, who died In the
Jennie Edmundson Memorial hospital In
Council Bluffa early Monday morning, is
believed to have a nephew In Omaha.
Atkinaon waa Injured In falling ever a
stairway . banister in the State hotel
Saturday night about II o'clock.
The . body Is st Cutler's morgue In
rv.n-M.ll Rluffa waltlaa for a relaHvtk
Atkinaon waa M years eld, unmarried,
and worked for a railroad contractor la
western Canada for the last three sum
mere, and came to Council Biaffa for
the winter months
Is eaty ear af taaay aysspteaM wbiea i
dart thr-ralh weakaeee er dnpUeeateat el lao
ergaas. Mn. Lixxie White of Mampkia, Teaa., wrwta
Dr. , ft. V. Pierce, at loirewa i
At times I wat hardly able te be gey feed.
I believe I bad every p-aaa aad aebe wieaia
. see Id bave. Had eery bed ease, less real
ergee-a were eery aawob die. seed aad say bash '
wee very weak. I aaaTered s di-aa deal wwJl
erveae beedeobee. fas fee. I eafared ad ever.
This wee gay eeediriee wrbea-1 wrece as ywa as
edviee. Afletr lakJ-ed yeer 'Pev-ereM ft .so-as
Mee,' let a beet tJaree ages eea say abet gar ;
beeftb was aevet better."
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Ilk positive eere lor weakaeee aad eiseeae el the see-Mae orfeasjei. it aflave
iedaesaistiee, keels eicerotioe aad sgstkas aeaa. Teese aad bailee sp tbe eanea.
De net permit a disksesst dealer te taWtttsts for thia asadieiae wbiea baa
raaard ef H years ef en res, " Ne, I seek yea, I weal wnei I eat hr.M y
a tonic, a food
and a beverage
Brewed from all the finest hops and grains pro
curable, under strict-direction of a brew-master who
knows every turn in the process of beer-makinl
Old Age is the finest of beverages and the
beer for the home. Always keep a case on ha..-.
IN AMBER BOTTLES
to protect it from the purity-destroying light rays and to keep
it fresh for months after it has left the brewery.
FAMILY TRADE SUPPLIED BTl
Seat Omaha WM. JETTER, zaoa W. 6r Phewe So. SM.
Omaha HI GO F. BUZ, 1S2 DongUs SC. Pbotae Dongiaa 1542.
JETTER BHE17IHG CO.
SOUTH OMAHA, NEB.
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