Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 14, 1912, Page 8, Image 8

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    g' . . THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: APEIL 14, 1912. A
m the mm stahdhc Moming After the Fire
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Aria Witieties of the DeTSitation
- . Wrought by the Fire,
snzn cas vsia blocxed
Maaagll Dlaceaeae Fir at Saeea
2 TIM aa PwHeemaa mm Twa Re
jail Ar Taneea la
- Theeaaad VI Rata.
Ortm wltneaee t a terrible aad
toKn apeetade arblch wiped out aw
J worth of property, tha waUe ef
both wtaga a( tha Am building which
trans aa Sixteenth sod rum airewa.
farnlaried food (or cam merit M hurry In J
' aedestrUos yesterday morning.
Tha wtlla el both atnc ara aUndinf
' MnrtgM. but atandlrg ou tha treet ana
caa leak through tha drat floor window
sjid base an unobstructed rlew of the
aay eeove. tha raaf sad cetllnga ta ill
flaar being (ana. Chief laltar an eome
Of Ma atea stayed M tha aletaHr n:ll
lata thtt morning attar tha la aparh
had haen estlnsutebed sad their be-
ebsAtgla appearance together with tha
tow oa lug ehltn at what wera one
baarlmma building, leal a aalema air
ta tha busy dewatewa district
Free f a'rtora aa thia moraine both
Faraaat aad Sixteenth atrrau wera liae-l
with throng wbe faaxied their eyaa aaaa
tbe aaM dead walla, looking a though
war tnreceted tbea ta arete burnt forth
ia flame.
' ' ' t ' Maa? Owt af We'rk.'
1 Savors! eror ef shop rl employed ta
tha Mefiroray tor raise dawntaera airly
la tha womlng tiaectlng ta basin another
day ef work at the.r srlou counter
and boat hi aad they a era considerably
at f aiaad ta leara that they aere Jobless.
Maay at theea Instead at turning around
and leasing tha etetaMy crowded tbe aa
poelt aura and ewentd taa throng of
' eujteu who ware aaeptag their eyaa
dead ta tad bomdlnf. ' ,
'. It ara net aartl after a'ctork Viet
trst ear- trttV aa Paraam atraet ta
J wraiand aad la; fnasetnaac tail drrvan
i ana Sveryioea reaped a barveet fror
Puadea resident tnd person IMit la
tha want part at Iowa. ' eUreet care coukl
earn aa :xteath atraat vain
j ebavt the Hate hour.
' meaabmas) pieea vara Flee.
f Flra aa tiret obeerrad by W. C.
i Saaatnaa. eaosad aa4mat aauaear at
(tha MaCrara More, end ha luraed 1a tha
I alarm Tha MeOotoy vatrhmaa havlaf
. j Wa atak. Mr. Beuxhtaaa aelateeiad
ttbe ahi plaea tar tha msht. At 11M
; 'a)aak ka made Ma' haurty raaaa i
loajBt aaarytblnf all rtfht. Al U.M ha
atartad aat achat and heard a eraahta
aka tm tha catavr, taa aw4 aaparaally
aahf fram tha aleralor ahaft Ha raa
a taa alrralor ahaft and eaaaine the
:oar waa drtvta hack ay a valuaie af
4aea aaieka Tha ftra wee above aad
a raa to tha fifth floor ta find erery
hlae la Oaowa. The alaran. waa than
tamed m from taa aaareat teajahaat.
J . aaatrttaaaa aaaa fir. ;
A beat tha aam tone thai a asatataat
(aaaaear at MrCrarey'a el or diaosearad
the ftr ralralmaa B. C. Iteby, who waa
aOdae that beat, aaasad by.' Aa wth
tha eajht watehmaa, tha Uret. tetUaa
tJe ka htd that aoraethrnr waa wrooe.
wt whea tha Jleeatar fell tram ana at
the ueeer liaari and erne had la tha
fpwrth Raay wrndewa la lb
Uaf da mro4 ta taa alarm at ftra. ,
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The mtf ahyaMai iaaaar whlea waa
aaiptarad by the flra daaarttaaau In
rehlat tha tea at ta afaCrarar aar.
(ail tarty thif maratna; bet tertuutaty
UtMtM hurt Juat aafnra It lat taa
aallteana had wared tha eniwda back
tnm a) (rant at the bulMlng. -
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T I E T A R N A If JTj; rrT WROWT.
FEE WIPES OUT ;
INSIDE OF AMES
ESTATEBUIXDINO
(Coattaaad mm aavanta Fut)
ta aave adjeialae atruetuiaa, Lwrlac he
early part of tha itnuela 'tha Bran deli
aulletn waa lb mate at tbaaa aetlTi
tlee. - , ...
Huff Brandela ruahed, a tha at ore a
ahart -lima after the ftra twee aad di
rected! acsUea tram wttWn tha butlmnc.
atrawnj at aratar ware heat pjaytna by
tha ftrameh ''vpaa tha want frdnr balow
tram tha. Ma and ftaallr lb .attack
waa Uaprarad by tha atraotlae at watar
tram tha Sraadate bulMlaf la the Atnae
liAinRt tmm n tu tmn
bwaee af Bra Camaaay at etaaa
) ; ' . Waa rtra atawta.'.
a. t. Halne. awwer iot tha Balnea
Druf eatnaanr. Id rarnam atraat, with
hit wife waa la tha rear at tha etore are-
parlae to eloat tor tha a lent, whan they
heard tha erastltne of ambara In tha re
cant atore around tha corner.
They ran to the corner of Sixteenth and
rarnam Itreett and mine tha danter,
hurried back la tha atore to aav the
beak af tha aompany. Tbey watched
the proareaa af tha blatea until their en
tire nor, tha Braadele etoraa new flttlnf
deparvneat a kor tham, aat tha at aaal
atom wera damallehed. . .
Tha llainaa Drue eempany'i atncK a
a meat ar,tlral caaarad by Inaarance
Only a new candy aaaa recently put In
la an absolute lea.
. Ou Up, manaier af the Omaha
ureleal Supply company, aleo wia
msuraint tha loea af unlnaured atock.
Thuraday a Mm atock at new toaoa ar
rived aad war uat betud arranfed la
lie placa. '
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To Oiir Patrons
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1 ; Fire hat dttroyed our store but sot our hopes
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. and tJipirations frora its ruist will rise even a
rrandcr and more beantiful Famous than ever be-
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To oar clerks we aay, keep'a brave heart.
Our temporary location will 'noon be announced
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C:.I??LFS HEROIC EFFORT TO
.$5,CC3 PRIZE :
C::iT TO It tEPCJITID ii tis:t foi some pbbuc chanty.
CHI TK UTEKEST tDIIIg Wl. J
LlFmKE-43.8 ATEAI
With tha waaaMc at Baatar. Jawa Osr
dee. a be haa lain aaral)-aea for elrvra
: j eara with a broken lava aad body bis
! Ieaa tram walat dewa. la rnaktnat a
i hie effort ta win rhe t. artae
, watch Ui Cartla Pukllahine Ca. will aa
I aaalt In truat for aoma pot lie charity
tna lntereat af which will be paid ts
Jar. Ooraoa dunn( aia lifetime.
la erder ta earn tha ti.a It la aea
aaanry that Mr. rdaa aaail auereed
t wrlttrif tts4 saeacrtatMna by e'aaa
It. Hit He bat already wri lea aear
ly - aabecnptieoa. bat muat ha.a
SUIT vet- ii or wniea muat oa ra
1 eaVVaC by April teta ar tha . caa-
t set ha oareed.
t Taeaa auaarrlptlons ara Tar tha
Ladlae Heme Journal, fteturdey Brao
ImT Iraat -aad ike Ciaatry Ceatlemaa.
'i It a yetr earn.
) Afme Mas lat the tavdleC Rn.a
Jatireat will be It a year. Tbaueanue
read theea masuinaa and If l paoala
I eaanld aead la their feiewaU a few
month at ad aiua ta tnaura tha ra
- autnd M aubaerlpUen tar AarH tbey
i veaid aat aely aa t nwta. at wouid
thua tnaure tbla fuad of li.ee far aarae
r-oOd eJtarity, tfteraar anaratiteei
.-. OonSea a monthly fnrsute from tt.j
. iMtareet efr Wit t pay a wocria (r
Crawd Mtotakaa waa fas Weanaa
. . t ai t tha rismaa. . -Tha
(reat aUke flam wlndowa at tha
raoMtm mllllaery atore withstood lbs
flaae for hoar. A sheet at Ora tuddjukly
Oaehad from the rear of tha eecond itory
window and tha aioceia ware allhsuettad
la elear outline aeht lb hitherto dark
ened window.
At tha earn lime f stream of watar
tram the lower waa turned aeainst the
wlndowa an ahaaa the etmd at araah
bif tlaa a ery of help aresa. , . '
"A wemaal Help hart' .'
Oa at the model bad fallen backward
before tha preeiure of tna watar. bar
aaaa thrown bleb and bar bead sac
etna. Tha cry cam from a eraup of women
who ware watchlnc tha fir.
Whs the flame appeared la the teuttb
Mary abetra tha MoCrory ttora and a
stream tiom tha watar tower was puyed
thraufh tha wtedowt a atlek need to
ratat and lower tha wlnaowa wa eauebt
aat batandne on the Mil tare thh rnv
preaatsa at beln held by aoma ana who
was struea-UM baraueh Iba aSMka tut
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Used Wrong Stamp,
. . May.Cause Eetnal
TraaaaaatUaa at two rubber atampa an
J utile La f- Eetelle'e teak may reeult la
a atw trial Of tha H,0N damace tult of
Mr. W. a Kenneth of Loe Ancelea
acalaat tha Miliar Hotel company for the
death at her hue band, who waa killed la
aa akmtat aeoldaat at tha Roam two
rear aea.
Set or a Jury la Instructed attsraey
far both alda raooest that eartala bv
swwtlsns be srraa ant aubmlt tha la
tructiona ta th oourt la typewrit tea
farm. It the court thlnka It proper that
they be alvea be stamps "Otvaa" oa
the mania; It ha doea not believe them
proper ha atampa tham "".fused."
Judf Estalia approved aa butnictlea
Mttlnc aut the plaintiffs contention and
atamped It with what ha tnouaht i
tha "OrrTB" atama. After a werdkot ha
been returned attomeya tor Mr. Kea
aeth learned of tha Incorrect ttamplnf
and moved tor a saw trial aa the (round
that tha word ltfuaad" la tha inotruo-
tlaa caused tha yary ta dleresard It. The
ntlaa will be arsued aaat Saturday.
U. S. BANK IS TO BUHD SOON
Gets Potsesiioa- o( Its Proaerty Be-
' caste oi me xiie.
ALSO COLLECTS TEE DSSUjUSCE
MeCraray Will Alas Reballd aa the
Slxteeath Mree-t Site? Bank ta
Balld TwelTe-tary Mad
era atraetarr.
Tha Unltd States National bank hi a
heavy winner because of the flra. While
Ita bank bulldlnf wa not injured In any
way It (line heavily finan.ally because
of euntract with laaacs.
When tha forty-four feet en rarnam
tract, occupied by tha Haloes Kruf com
pany and the Omaha 8urg:cal Supply
company, waa bought from Helen Fsrbea,
a contract wa mads wherny Mra. Forbes
wa ta bava poseeeakin of tha property
until March V, 1911. fha wa to take tb
rent, but waa ta (nsura tne bulldinf In
favor of the bank and the lease to her
wai to expire In caee of fire.
Tha bank now acta poiwer-tlon of the
property and alll batet as plana for
bulldlas twelva'etary etruvture aa the
entire corner, extending aa far north a
tba 10-cent tore and lncludlnc the Mil
waukee ticket offlre on the west. Thlt.
twehty-twe feet Is usaaa by Brandrta
Bros. Arthur D. Brandela Is a eirtctar In
the bank.
Tba bank will therefore set Immediate
psateeslon af the property and will
calve tlf.tta Insurance money.
Victor B- Caldwell, vtea prgtlient af tne
Valtad Slate MatlonaJ bank, aald yea.
tarday mominf that tha directors would
batten plana for tha Immediate erection
of tha akrecrapper.
MeCrorey ta Reballd.
WHhln ninety daya a MeCrorey bVcent
tore will raplac the destroyed one.
K. E. Harmon, manacer of the atore.
telefraphed ta i. O MCrore In Kew
tork City, while the flra was In progrees
and received a return telegram this
morning elating that MeCrorey and the
MeCrorey stnrea chief conatructtoa man
had started tor Omaha. Tha building will
be rebuilt on tha Sixteenth atraet front.
Tbey will arm Monday or Tueaday
and aet about Immediately making plane
for tha erection of a new building. -
Tha MeCrorey company mart tha old
building from W. Faroam Smith and sub
leaaed to the famaua Cloak and Cloth
ing company, tha Brenaeia Stores aom
pany, tha Hemes Drug company and the
Omaha Surgical Supply company.
Tha Pamooa Cloak ans Clothing com
pany loet from tha flra about $3,000, ac
cord ing to J. Englemaa. tha owner, yes
tarday morning. Thta, he aaya, la moatly
covered by Inauranca. A valuable new
spring atock was placed an th ahelvea
la Febrnary. . , 1
Twenty aaleapeople ara out f work
through tha fir la tha Ftmoua aompanyt
tora.
Daabl laaaroae.
H. H. Baldrlga. one of tha lntaraate
apeotatora, la the attorney for tha Mc
Crerey Intaraata, Ha ald that oaly a tear
ago a new leas waa given on tha Blx
teenth street building by th aaatern
aetata Which awn K, aad that tha Far
nam a treat aide was sold luat bafora the
United State National ' bank purehaead
tha Farnam street block for about Bet .00.
Oa tbla bull ting Mr. Baldrlga aar be
undaratands only tikKt worth of insur
ance I had. On tha Sixteenth street
hull ding deubl insurance I held. Th
building proper Is covered by abotft
171.00 worth' at Insurance and "rental"
iMsraae amounting to practically- lh
"Talk With Byrne Before You Burn"
He
Represents
the Best and
Host
Reliable
Companies.
He
Represents
the Best and
Most
Reliable
Companies.
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FIRE INSURANOE
HARRY S. BYRNE
502-3 City Nat. BankBldg., Omaha, Nob.
J Phone
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1320
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Ind.
A. 1503
same la earned, too. nentai ineuranc
prerldet for lha payment of a certain
cum during th lima the Building Is un
tenantable or unoccupied In conaequence
of accident or ftra. ,
Guest at Her Grand
Robbed During Fire
W. K. Ward, a guest at th liar Orand
did not make anything by th fir thai
occurred la- that hostelry slmulunaatwly
with th Amea building blase. Ha left
3a room hurriedly, leaving a wallat eon
mine US la hi dresser drawer. Whea
ha returned tha money wa goo.
BRIDGE COMPANY CLAIM
IS PUT OYER FOR A WEEK
Action upon the Standard Brtdg torn
pany tn claim asalnet th caninty far
treating hrldga Umber with rsota waa
deferred for another weak by tb Board
of County Commlmtonem. Former County
Commtaoloner O. J. Ptckard toU th
board tha timber aontaln but four t
five bound of creosote to the cublo toot
when It should contain twelv to 1
teen puunaa. Ha said ha bad beea ao In
formed by A. A. Art or, who had ek-
amlned tha timber. Tha oommlsslonara
thought Artar might be biased la hie
view, 'a ha represent creosote lumbar
lntereat that compel with th Stand
Bridge company. County Surveyor Me
Bride aald tha wood wa not (opposed to
contain any apedflo proportion at crao-j mobiles Is beiiir lrrre(lnd aa attempt
sote. It developed that tna lumoar waa
ordarad without a contract and without
even a resolution and ao opacification
wera made. 1 it wee decided to dfr ao
titn for a wt to glv mor tlm ta
consider th problem.
Conductor is Given ,
; Advice and a Fine
becauaa Krnaat Wolf boarded bis car
and presented aa old transfer tor a ride,
U a Caldwelk a conductor aa a Dodge
atraet oar, mad ta put Wolf aff Fri
day afternoon. Wolf refused to get
off aad Caldwell a truck him. twice with
hie tut. Welt had tb conductor arrested
and Judge Footer gave tha prisoner a Ut
ile advlae. Tba advice was concluded with
a fin of II and coats.
will be mad to eaforc It.
JUVENILE MOTORCYCLISTS
ARE 0BJECT30F CRUSADE
Toun caters who rifle motorcTolai taster
thaa tha . law allowa ara tha object of a
eniaada ay juvenile court attldala. Th
first offend ar waa brought baton th bar
of luetic yesterday anal Judge Howard
Kaaaedy told him be weald be give a
reeptt of a weak and If during that
tlm ha did aat repeat the oMonet hi
'case might be d rapped.
.It Is claimed by levelt aourt atflolala
that tba law maklns at a mlaosmeaaor
tor a minor under M yean la drlv aula-
Pioneer Commission
Llerchant Dead at
Age of Eighty-Two
JUshard Bingham. aa at raara, eld
raaldant and organiser of tha R. Bingham
ft Bona, oommiaetoa merchant. Nad at
tba homo of hi eon. W. W. Blagnanv
1U Spencer atraat. Friday night Mr.
Bingham had beea alck two weeks
Ha cam ta Omaha front Wlsconala la
111 sad shortly afterwards orgaalaed a
trait anmmlsaloa aomaaay. He devel
oped the business until today It 1 one of,
the armetnal . eommlaaioa . has la
Omaha. He retired from the . active,
management at tha flra four years sgo.
Mr. Blntbam died about three year'
ago, and ha to aunrtvwd ay a aea aad a
daughter, Mr. Etlaahcth Hill of Tmr
teentb and Bancroft atraet. Th funeral
wtu be bald Monday afternoon from tha ,
Post Meatortal church, with Interment In
Pro poet Hill cemetery.
SOME. ONE STEALS THIS
LITTLE MISSOURI MULE
A "Hlmeurt Nightingale." or mule,
weighing at 'pound and worth RM wat
stolen from tha ears of Frank Reynold!
at TU Wtbitar atraat. Friday night. '
PATRONESSES ARE SELECTED
FOR GERMAN FLOWER DAY
Talrty-twe patraaaaae bava bean
lacted by tha German wamea of Omaha
far Flewer day. which la ta be bald May
t. Mora wM b announced later.
Tha wamea Intereeted la thla mora,
which ! connection with the butMlag
at a ni home for tha Oarmaa women
eluba. will auet Monday night at tha
Maannerchor hall, 133 Farnam atraat
The following have beea named aa
patroness:
Mcedame Ceorg Tbomaea. G. Slots,
Adolpti Star. S. A. Hlnfuaa, Fred Mots.
i atriwaT avaitiiiTtatai. w, gs. xsb i l, am. w as.
Mr. Gorton waa Injured m a railroad I T JT' J"?? 1'
wreck aad having neither friend or reia- j Hoflmaa. i. Raapke. F. B. Johaaon,
tivea aaa auppertad hMnsaU ay caeduci- I . . I. Root. F. Mengedoht W. Braadea.
'Jt"! meaaalne aawacy. H;.t Me (-M mrorK 1. Matealt P. OettachnMna.
the future. He Uvee at :il bouih ttth
r-t . omaha. .-S. where he reeetwa hi
rear by a-aH aae) e wliphai ,De
las 713- tieod la I vux eiuar ar xa-
ValeaUaa Peters. J. Drwsel. F. eearfcar.
F. R. Strehlow, F. Brodegaard, R. Roe.
enmtg. Aisert Krvej, C J. sVaat. . A,
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eeeea Tiaaaarlpt, April , in.
- Taa aiatrena aisaa wmca voh
toooevait a soke la Panvilla was ao
Situated tht th un waa directly In
le eyes He need hi hand as an aye
aha Jar a time and than aa!4 that
with tha aermteelen of hie hearer he
would put en hi bat He donned hi
black alouch hat of tha etyl which rte
haa lona aaed In campaigning. That' e
tha aame old hat" eoeaeane la tba crowd
called out "That right It's th same
old hat." tba colonel replied. It waa at
thls-petnt that he aald bla hat waa In .
tha ring ta elay. Colonel Rooeevelt ant
btmeelf ea rerord a directly opposed ta
Preaident Taft on the eubieet ef reci
procity. Ha declared ha would never
eanetlan tha relntroductlon of a meas
ure such aa tha Canadian reciprocity
bill which Congreea paaed. "1 aaa that
Mr, MrKlnley'e people," mid he. "have
beea aewdlng among tlia farm ere atate
aveata about reciprocity. My aaelra wa
ta support tha Administration aa every
point where I posaibly could, and at
first supposed that the reciprocity
as fa. meat waa one upoej which 1 could
eupaert II and was alsd to do ao. I
have looked Into it eareftilly and under
no rtrcurr stance", aa far a 1 have any
Sum tea af aach an aaremant
durtlon af aueb aa acreement
The colonel then turned to the suh
' Jart of rornoratlon eonlrol and declared
that If tha rich me of the rnmrtry were
wise they weejld ausaost tba pottHe
which ha advocated. Th colonel
broiiett rot a ahotit or laughter when '
be Intro weed a new fltore of anaeata. ,
Hacaklna of tha eanal. he aald: Haome
bcKlr naked me why T did ot sot rt
aareetrent with Celemhta. Thar mtgbt
lust aa wall ask me whr T do net na.it
cranberry 111 y ta the wall. It wl
rot be my faalt ar tb. fanlt ef the pari.
It would ba tba faalt af tha Jell."
Col. Roosevelt says:
It is the fault of cranberry jelly if it does not stick
. to the wall.
No fault can be found with Cranberry jelly made
from
Makepeace Evaporated Cranberries.
Always reliable and satisfactory. Nail that fact
to the wall! It will stick.
ASK THE
Campbell West,
Omaha Distributors
isV.