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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1912)
TALK 'KNOW OMAHA BETTER
Joint Committee of Civic and Buti-
y' ne&t Organiutioni Meet
SESSION AT COJEXEECIAI CLUB
Marr Parrlsa ef Pabllettr
. VMS Will Eaelala Satere ef
Work ta Be Daaa Hi Fleas
- - win B Adapted.
Plans far the "Knew Omaha Better"
campaign will be made Monday wbea
' the Joint committee representing the va
rious a vie and business organisations of
the city naet with E. V. Parrlsa. roil
eger of tb Commercial club publicity
The Joint commute Is composed of C
E. Haverstick. C. C. Beiden and Tbomu
Fry. representing tb Commercial club,
T. B. Coleman, A. C Scott and E. A.
Hlgglns. representing the Manufactures'
association; A. 8. Borgium, R. B. Wallace
and Charles W. Duffy of the Ad club,
J. W. Robblns, Harry Payn and D. T
Tebbens of th Real Estate exchange
and C. C. Roeeeater. Rom Miller and
K. Buckingham of th publicity bureau.
BOBS UP AGAIN
(Continued from Psg One
mifht be expected, the whole question of
th amusement restriction cam In fur
discussion. Thus early In th conference
1h delegate found themselves plunged
Into a discussion of th time-honored
stumbling block of th discipline of tit
church. Howerer, a motion ts lay on th
tabls was carried by a small majority.
Th muter .win undoubtedly be heard
from agata la th eonfersnc session.
At W: lea order of the day was the
concluding of th reading of th e pi co
pal address by Bishop Cranston. He put
himself and th entire board of bishop
on record as unalterably opposed to any
change In tb church maohlnery that
would bring about a -districting of th
bishops." Ha was most emphatic upon
that point, citing tb traditions of ti
past, th advantage of th present sys
tem and th perils, a he saw them. In
any suggested change. II also paid hit
respects to thee who would Increase th
number of bishops sad dispense with the
office of district superintendent. He as
serted that to do without tha district su
perintendent la th supervisions! system
of the church would require the election
f st least tea more bishops, la answer
to th criticism that lbs church Is suffer
ing todsy from lack of leadership. Bishop
Cranston arged the emphasising of th
local leadership now exercised by pas
tors and district superintendents. Under
th bead of episcopacy h ooncsded that
th establishment of three or tour more
episcopal residences and tb election of
a few mors bishops might relieve th sit.
In th closing paragraphs of th ad
dress th bishop discussed th futility of
many of th "worked up" revival ef
forts, advised a little closer scrutiny sf
. th methods of certain vangllsta and a
' closer Identification of ths pastors with
this sort of work In ths church. Us de
plored th Increasing number of public
appeals for money mad ta th eoagrega-
- tlons aad suggests that th church must
0H upon some satisfactory basis for Its
. Collections, giving vry cause Its due
place, or th results will be disastrous.
' He declared that from tnqutrlta mad
peopl ar actually being kept away from
church because of to frequent aad
urgent appeal! for money mad to the
Ths address commended federation of
all Protestant churches and declared that
th. present ts no Uroe to emphasis dif
ferences, put ta find a common meeting
ground. Child labor and the Injustice of
heartless corporation tn their dealings
with their employ war condemned.
During th reading of this part of th
address ths reader was frequently Inter
rupted by applause,
i Fharea aad Cut. .
. It- was a thrilling moment whan la
th address th bishop, discussing th
rights of free American cttissnf and tht
absoluts separatloa of church aad state,
took occasion la denounce any aoelsstaa
ttcal sr at so that would sssk la set us
Its .ouuna for temporal authority la this
new. ffe world, and sailed upoa the mil
lions of Methodist as loyal dtlssns of
th country to rastet la a man every ef
fort st Such spurious claims. As If by
a common Impulse th vast . audience
ernes, sneering, ta It fast and tha na
tional hymo. My Country Tta of The,'1
was sung with profound est eraoUoa. At
th ale of th reading of tb address
a hearty vat of thanks was accorded
th hi ibopa for their pronouncement, aad
th various proposals war referred to
th proper committees.
Just before adjournment Dr. Jams M.
Buckler scoured th rsoagnftlca of the
chair to apeak to a qoerttoa. and as this
Is ths' first Urns la this eooferenc be
was loudly cheered. As the aged rooa
, arch of Methodism , made his way to th
platform tha entire body of delegates
arose out of reaped for th man whi
has wrought ss faithfully aad as welt
Ha apoks but a fw words, but tha few
words revealed a maa brokea by ths
weight f years aad arduous toll. E. H.
BROKE BANK ATMONTE CARLO
Keel Mere ef the Raerttsse Topped
(be Game by Bremklsujr Steaea
, . . , la PrVeee.
Short Is the life of a popular song.
but Bo doubt thousands at reader will
remember the "nit" which Evens and
He- mad ta their comedy, "A Parlor
Mstek." nearly a seer ef years ago.
The Maa Who Broke the Bank at
Moots Carlo" was the rags ta its time,
and it was milks most popular song
la this respect namely, that It described.
with saor sr less poetl license, aa ac
tual ereaLJLaua did break th bank
at MocwTarte. sine that tlma he has
brokea stone tn. Portland prison, and
seems likely to break soms more for
th Trench reeuk-le, sine be was ar
rested a few days ags ta raissouih oa
a French warrant charging hint with
fraud. Of course, a maa Is prssnined ta
b rn arte ant arufl he ts proved guilty, but
. from what th world knows of Chart
KlUs, Wells It wis be rather prone to
believe any IB of him. Mr. Wella would
not go eat with a alnngshot aad etpar
ai a victim from his pure, bat he has
aeveleped mere subtle mesas ef pert-
lag fee and their bob.- and they
cava mads his t'-swrit as atarlcas as
th ktsttro. amtott at Mania Carlo,
Welle wes faceted Is. Franc as a
obtained nw degre he went to England,
where h. nea to apply for anmerous
seuata. U evtsed goat M soctriv-
,1, . : ; .
! - ,U. of C0 Debating Team
ShtHow 5ozj Siliilurj fro.
Th University of Omaha will make its
entrance ts debating circles of Nebraska
college Tuesday, when ths team com
posed of B tan ton Salisbury. Robert
Strehlow and George Perclval goes lo
Lincoln, where It will meet ths forensic
squad representing Nebraska Wesley an
university. Th question to be discussed
aaces, all of which he declared to K.
patentable, and most of which hs as
serted would make large fortunes for
thoee possessing their manufacturing
rights. lis did not desire to selfishly
profit by his ingenuity, but Invited ths
public to purchase sa Interest In many
of these contrivances.
TTs advertised, and received numerous
replies. All told, hs received more than
MOO" from people desiring to wager
on his ingenuity. From a sister ef a
high court Judge he received I,M. and
from the Hon. Cosby Trench .of Ireland
he got nearly t,W, Unfortunately for
Wells, this capital was secured under
falsa pretenses, as was proved at ths
trial, for, as a matter of fact hs bad
no patenta at all. Ths documents he
showed prospective Investors were not
patent receipts, but ths receipts for the
pound It Is necessary to deposit whan
application for a patent la made.
As ths money poured la Wells sent
It to a hanker In Monts Carlo, and
some 1 50,000 was on deposit to his credit
when hs made his memorable visit It
ts supposed that hs carried an equal
amount with him. Certain It Is that hs
hsd a sum aggregating SbVO.OOD or mors
when hs began his campaign. His first
phenomenal winning was In July, Ml,
hen hs took lM.em from ths bank.
In tha following November he won
HM.om mors. In ths same month ' hs
broks ths bank five times In single
night, clearing ISO 000. It Is said that
a man breaks the bank at Monte Carle
when be win UO.ore from an table Ta
really bankrupt th Monte Carlo- com
. a t : i
Center control logically follows left-hand drive
and is sure to become standard on all American
motor cars. Center control as adopted by Lozier
for 1913 eliminates the one great objection to
the popular fore-door body.
lc wu tha Lozier Lakewood jiow la
Its fourth successful icason. This in
novation in design met with the in
sunt approval of the public and (ore
door bodies are now standard on all
open cars, in spite of the fad that
.manufacturers have never been sble
to design a perfect fore-door bodr on
a right-hand drive car, because of the
position of the control levers.
The adoption of left-hand drive
on the 1913 Lozier has made it
possible to place the gear-shifting and
emergency brake levers in the center
of the car, in a position convenient
to the driver and at the same time,
entirely out of the way of occupants of
both front seats. The bug-bear of the
body designer has been eliminated.
It's really worth your while to investigate this remark
able car. See it at our salesrooms and arran(re for a dem
onstratioa. 32-page catalog on request
lis.' "Ths Advisability of Having the
Tariff of ths I'nlted States Determined
by a Board of Tariff Experts." Th
question is the asm on that Wesleyan
debated against Washburn college. In
this debate the Nebraakans upheld th
merit of th plan and lost, while again tt
Omaha they will contend for the nega
tive. pany, however, It would be necessary
to take many millions from the tables,
and this feat I sever likely to be ac
complished. When a table loses 110.09
In a night It Is customary for ths play
to be stopped for the evening. So rarely
la this amount won that tha hero of th
adventure finds himself famous.
Toronto Mail and Empire.
KING CORN TOJHE RESCUE
Mere aad Better eltlvetlos, Pre
lected la lews aad
Her I another way of reducing the
cost of living. Hers Is. In fact, ths
latest method of dealing ths food barons
a wallop where they live There must
be sons food. Therefore, the farmers
must be persuaded to till mora acres or
till what they neve tn a more thorough
manner. It seems to be the only way la
which ths long-fenged wolf ts to be kept
from the door. v
Iowa Is going to glvs to ths fanners of
that stats about SS.OOO.'O). This sum Is to
be given for the purpose of finding out
all about the rich deep dirt of the state
Ths poor land Is to be looked after es
pecially. Iowa areata every acre of bar
entire domain to be used in rearing more
corn. In order that more hogs may be fed
and more people supplied with meats.
It Is plsnned to spend fltt.ODv of this
money anauslly. Illinois has ths samai
Idea, If the people ef th country are
la danger of finding themselves In the)
The accompanying illustration will
give yoli only a general idea of th
beautiful Loxier fore-door bodies.
You must set the cor itself to
appreciate its good looks: you
must ride in it to realize how
far it is ahead of other motor
In the Type 72 1913 Loxier you
Jet Left-Hand Drive, Center Control.
Lutomatic-Level Oiling System.
Double Magneto with Triple Ignition,
a Six-cylinder Motor which develop
more than 80 actual horse-power
and all tha other features which
have led men who have owned
many makes of cars "Men Who
Know to call the Lozier the best
car built in America.
J. T. Stewart 2d
t s 11 "f v t i r
t bresd l:nc of the future it will not be
the fault of these two great corn statts.
! Illinois has spent shout 5.iej yearly for
some time In an effort to Increase the
productivity of the com belt. .Th yield
in Illinois has gen up something like six
bushels to the acre. The experts claim
that the campaign on soils has brought
t-cut this Increase.
Not one farmer in a thousand does not
know that soil fertility Is ths basis ef
sll prosperity. But there I not one farmer
out of a thousand who really know why
some soils are good and others are poor.
Wbea thev try to rebuild It they do a
lot of guessing and worrying, and flnaCy
do what their neighbors havs been doing
for s generation.
Illinois and Iowa and a few other west
ern states srs waxing op to the tact that
the country depends upon them for a
large part of Its foodstuff. When the
crops are poor the farmer loses money.
He ha nothing to sell By the same
token when the farmer has no crop the
city man feel th pinch of high price,
maybe of actual hunger.
When the farmer has bigger crops be
will make more money and the city
cousin will not have as much chancs to
complain of the cast of living. With a
greater production per acre, the farmer
man. the ultimate consumer and ths trans
portation companies should all be better
lows has increased her corn yield but
one-half bushel to th acre In th last see.
eral years. In ths meantime there has
been a steady drain of the rural popula
tion away from the. farms, aad to tha lit
tle and big el tie, lowana feel that It Is
about time something was dons to keep
the stste In its old notch of supremacy
In th rearing of hogs aad corn.
Therefore, specially trained men are to
work through the state township by
township, sampling th soil and finding
what It lacks In case Its fertility see
to havs fallea oft. Thee samples will
be carefully tested and the owner of th
land will be instructed ta ths treatment
that should as given the worn-out earth.
Tha whole idea la to get bigger crops
somehow. The population Increase taater
than th tillable area. If there is nothing
done to stavs aft th vll day, th Um
will come when then will not be food
enough to go around aad ths high A mar
lean standard of living will hav to go
Boll Investigations, euck as are being
carried eat la Illlaot and proposed la
Iowa, wul toll those interested Just bow
much nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium.
calcium and organic matter there la pres
ent In tha field. Wbea th lacking da
rn en ta are put back Into the ground th
com will grow faster, more vigorously
and ths yield will be better. It will
amount to making two stalks of mats
grow where but one grew before. St.
YANKTON DEBATING TEAM
DEFEATS BROOKINGS TEAM
TANKTON, 8. D May t -(Special
Telegram.) 8 wanson. Wilson and Buaser
won a unanimous decision over the South
Dakota state college debating team on
"Conservation" here tonight. The Brook
ings team defeated North Dakota Agri
cultural college oa the ssms question a
month ago by unanimous decision. Much
credit Is dus ths Yankton men and Coach
Sorrell, since Tsnkton hsd but three
weeks In which to prepare to meet the
xpsrlaaced Brooking team.
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A U7S This Very
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Dining room chairs
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Electrlo Heading Lamps of
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Like Cot Shown Iere
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Canopy top with French plate
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