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THE -BEE: OMAHA. - THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1912..
J:. , ; : Crack Company of Omaha High School Cadets
'OH THE SQUARE' SLATE WINS
" 1 "
Citizen.' Union Iam in First Com
- nutioa Form Election.
8H0ST BALLOT HELPS GRUTIT
Yet ta Easily laat aad ' aerkly
Cease tn AU Oae ef tke
feisty-Tear rtse af
" tko rity.
. Oraaka k14 Ha firat election udar Iha
Bew oommtaxion form -of government
Tina lie y eiwl elected aa com mlee tone ra
Ctiartaa K. Wlthnsll. Jamea C. DeAlmao,
Albert C Kugel. Thomaa MoOoeara, Jobs
I. Ryder. Josesk B. MuibdmI ana baa B.
Batier. kr a eate- wet. Tkea ma
re aa what wa ofesajaaiea a tko "Ob
th qaaro" alale, oypoe.d to tha elate
endorsed by tko Otises ualoa. They
wiS take- effloe aaat Monday, B4 the
affair oi the city will eae (ram tha
at to too new method at fever oment
Tko alerfHa waa rtformjaly eenteated
aa hatk aide Althotuli tna old party
lines vera obUteeted fey tha lav, Una
war akeryly dran between tha (area
evadldateo who war rapaortod ay tha
Cttlaaoa' union and tha other aeren. who
we thua praUcaUy infold, to snako
oeaamoa cauaa acalitac tha data, and ao
ordtnaty adoptad tha daatfnatloa of "On
tho eaapa." Wltaln tha iatt tad aayej
the oampaJin waa eryatalUaad nloat thin
nark ol eleavao aatU tha' "aeveoa" war
a etenrly dlffereauated aa thouf h they
weiw aotually namod ay opaoeind potlOoai
parti ea. fupubUoaaa and dauiaeikU war
lataraUBCiad en each tKket, ' that so
oaaaotat part lean ndyantac may ba looked
vpoa a (lowlni 'troni -tho tatuH. Tha
atlaena union alela oontalned tha aanwi
of (our rapubUeano and three demooratk,
whs U n tha eViuare'' alau had tha
(livr Juat tho oUier way around, .
eju.. etiAl . . . '. . .
Tko natal vote united. we kaavr tkouak. V""" oeina in, uret mail 19 Intro
too nytw wo pniM;wjaa aeavjr. tnpaa dur (rand opera Into vaudeville. While
Pot aa lar, an bad bean nattctaatadV a
a remai me munaity or the- eleatac
kour af Urn oamianlco. Th return tndt
eata that th, .txtal Srota win bo about
. out of eflet return of nearly
f.am Votlruf waa uniformly heavy
throudhout the ctynd the returna hw
that tha votora need In peaeU witfe 41a
oilxaiaatloa,. Tha nunc at tha anat
dale war rotated 00 th beJMa. and
war eat down without pero deeitinUlao.
ethat th Voter waa required to hunt
out tha man ho Wanted, Total ebow
that ta otr generally knew who h
we loektitd tar. Dahlaaa hlfk maa
a th wtantnc ticket au Hummel th
htw. with difference of only abovt t.ax
betweea vhem. whlla Hummel I LM
ahoad of Kennedy, who I hla maa oa
th Cltlpen' union alate. be hetnf 1.10)
ahead of ruray, who la low man oa thai
ttckot -.. ; !
No Trwnkle at PoUa. ' "'
UUi ao-trouala was re parted tron
th poll, tb day waa most anuauaiiy
uleC At the pellta- arwalneta whor H
Wa aacaaaary w add a iudaa ar dark
becaoae th fast that th council had
rejected tveetrty-ttmr of tha antyort M
KirHWaea. ft board wa coeapteted
without Mctlba aar tn aa Uutaooa. At
th flret nrectaet ta Klvntb ward
Candldata runkhauaar andartook ta
deelinata th meaner af tlUloc iha a
' eaacy, and aomthln( of a verbal war
far ensued, but Una aooa aubaloea. and
John T. Stout and T. H. Matter led Wa
kyatawder ta orlectir.t; tho oaa afflcl
heeded ta oaaaplot tha board. , '.
A klncl arrant wa mad durtrvc th
ay. A. U. McOronry tome U man, H
wa Nleaeed from tho eouaty jail durtnc
th araraloaV aad when he undertook to
vol ait waa arrested by Deputy Sheriff
, Oahorn. and I bow held oa th abari
of Illegally realatartng froan th Aetna
Proai th Xkatk ward aar aomplalnt
during tha afuraooa thai tb atoctloa
noara ta an precinct ratiuaM ;to admit
Otiaana' aalot ahailetKera. Oanataattn
I. onaylk went poet bant ta Jutxe Troup'
and ecured a. writ az masdeuQua, com
pel ling tha hoard to admit the challeng
er. Oa Inquiry ft was found that six
challengers fa th Cttlseoe' aoion war
etatiened at th poll, ant that th pre
, nc f tha aveath was' bected to b
can he overcrowded tha poll, lie bad
been ejected by tha pollca at th request
f th board, and tha BMUadamua toUowcd,
'Shs Sail Apse-svlatett. -
. 'Tha prootaa of voting was found ir.
ta (hart ballot being greatly appreciated
bf an Talectorkte which had but a few
day before) truzid with th atom
ajgand ballot that was mf offered tho
voter f tha community. Counting we
greatly factlltatad. to, aad bo retom
war gathered so fawatptiy that Tha hwa
Wa nablad ta accurately announce fh
reeaU f tha aleeuoa wuhta a litu ever
aa hour after th claalnc of th pall.
. AB kur oa prvxtoct was reported und
Pert. Arrive. . ""let
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,ATTHACT1.11 JX 'AM AMA.
xvetyi Weteree aaa Teas villa.
Orpkwai Vaueerlll. '
statins at ak ttaater.
Hry a Han-la. who ta ettrrtng Helen
Ware in Ceorg -liroatlhuret drama.
"Tlw Price." In white ,he- cornea lo the
K'MWI IMW MIL . fctlliaay for fner
osy. Iiii mapped eut aiw of th must
esirneive luure ever, undertaken by a
young tar. Mlaa Ware, alma liar promo-
t'"" w K'r nvnorn, nas never appeared
went ol Culcagj, but t rite arason, ariar
Playing tha larger ettiea of- tb Middle
eat, Mr. Ilarria will aend tils' jaunt
alar to the Pacific coast Only lh larger
cittaa of tn Ir weel are Included In tne
llimrarr. but at (hat the tour extendi
up to Auguet 4. Ijtiluth belnn tha laat
city on Uw route. At Ita conclusion Mlaa
war haa plannesT to eprnd a month Hi
tha lumber region of Hi men Columbia,
wher aha ovua lira .met Br iin.hu
tanaV . '
Mamrat IlUnrton haa ikm k
ei'ime ror an emotional rule thai ta aiaa
nlfloantly nulted to her. She playa the
wife oi a atevedora In Chariea Kenyan'a
drama, "Klndllns," who tee motherhood
ahead of her and Utile to provide for
Iha baby. o the etrale that the infant
may be ctotKed.' anil then !
that aha and har husband may t away
ivm ia iraeaaeai uia oeroro tho aaby
l le in iiw arenee or Ilea ax-
poaur and tho huaband mlnutieVretnnd
w( that iha artink vnluea of tha play
are wplendldly breuirht out. Mlaa Illlna-
ton will be tha attraction at tho Boyd
theater nn TnuredAV nieht for ihr.
Mdbta, with a aiaunaa Maturday.
Mlaa Latnao Ouanlnn the atar ' mf t
atartUnf muelcal comedy aucceoa, "Tbe
Balkaa rYlnoeee," that will he ana of the
teaturea of the local theatrical, aoaeon,
la the yeunieet and moat popular lane,
can nrimadonnn on the atone. New
T'k erltlre war core pel led to alt up and
tnk aoik af bar admirable work In
khia nW production, rilia HI eurrouNH
by tha erifinal oompany and a auacial
icheatra.-- :r:r . 1 .
to Alexander' Bavnnl. whoao Itomanv
opera noaepany ta maklruj n hit at tha
Orikeaai thin weak, la acoordod. tho- dlo
this la hi finer appcaranoa In Omaha, h
was for at yaara la the eul a hd-
hner for Morris. Klaw a Krlsogsr and
other amusement enterniieea. n -tk.
ooaat he Is also well known. Kor twenty
eta week last aaaaon he had a grand
opera oumpauy that played extended ah
tajrementa In Loa Augelea and tian Kran
cieoo. Kltoi Campatia, the baritone, waa
nif jMnerica uy ntaacagut and
with him toured th east. MiaaTL Roy.
th eopmnn, waa a pur II af Mareheal,
Malha teacher. The other nenkm
ig. Behaal oompany re picked from
nie regular grand vPera oompany rhorua
and constitute a veritable llttl family,
wha atlefc together.
Harry U Cooper has become famous B
bursaaqu fur hi elep-lacder act. a novel
teat, which causes an uproar at every
psrformanoa of "Wllllame" Impertnla,11
bow al the Krug. Cooper, aa Happy
Heine, oecorater. attempts to carry the
ladder up a flight of stair. Ha tumble
all over th room, breaks up furniture,
but finally mounts th atepa, t th la
eana delight of hi audience.
With Itl large.' roomy aeata high cell
rnga, beat of ventilation and admittedly
the beat display of movin plcturee In
Omaha, the aamo being changed every
day, there la n reason why th popular
Oayoty should not do a land office bust,
neaa with It rammer ehow now In aea
alon. Added t the showing of daylight
fantom fotoe. I sprinkling of really
good vaudeville. Th midweek change of
acta la due tomorrow. One may no at
any tlroo and atay a long as dnslred
between 1 and I or T to 11 p. m. daily.
AGED BANK PRESIDENT
. ' '. ENDS HIS OWN LIFE
IOWA fALLS. la.. May t-J. II. Carta.
ton; aged P) years, committed utetd
bar today. He waa sraaldont at th
rtret National bank of Iowa Fall and
tha Rut Bank of Dow. Ha wa a pio
neer aad one of th wealthiest men ta
to county. Ill health I given as tb
yours. Partake of it as freely
cannot Kelp but have faith in
honest, delightful beverage of rare tonic
It should he m your home for hospitality's t
sake, at least. Phone for a case. '
!0nly Four Arrested
On Day of Election
Deaplla pradictlon mada by many hut
week that, Omaha would bo covered with
blood yata-dy; dlaordar and crime waa
lata la orldanc than It baa boon nine
early laat October. Only four arraata
wore aiada yeeterday np -to I o'clock la
tho eventnf and theea wora lor ordinary
ooraplalnta. On maa .waa arraotad far
brlna drunk, knottier tor aloaptnc aa a
atlawallc aad another upoa tho requeat f
local gov am meat otflciala , Tha fourth
arrant tnada waa whoa a Woatora Union
aeajfii boy broukht ta U-yaar-old Paul
Mclntoah. whom ha bad detected la the
act at iteailnd a otcruo. ;,
Ary pairoUaaa, detect! v and officer
la. the ponce dosartmon waa aa duty
yaatarday from I D'onxk la tho nvaratnc
untU 1 o alock ta tha vnloc. In addi
tion to thane. Mayor Daklraan awora m
alxty-tour fecial poilcamen for duty at
each poUltm, plaoa.
STEALS THREE BICYCLES
Tkl cum for th dlaappoaraaco of at
least thro of th doaea or mor bicycle
which hav been reported stolen during
th last tan day wa brought to nolle
haadquartar laat Bight In tha porsoa of
llttl U-year-otd Paul Mcintosh, ftta
Pleroa street Robert Schrlvcr, a West-
era Union musing boy, brought tb
youngster In when, ha caught htm mak
la- aft with, hi wksal early last night.
At tb station th Uttl fetkrw said hut
asm was Paul Andsreon, but later th
polios discovered that h was a clever
HtU liar and they speedily ecurd hi
raal aamo aad a aanfeawlnn to tha thatu
ef three olrrole when Cssk Bargaaal
Marshall aad .Probation Ofttcor Carver
thratnd a good old-fa ah I apanklag
Taunt Mcintosh nay h took a blcycl
front la front of tho pax ton building
last fciaday and sold It for KJt ta an
other bey and that h took a blcyeie-yee-
tarday. -morning from la front of tho
UbIobj- Pacific headquarter. Tola ma
chine was found by th owner, Thomaa
Jorganaon, who allowed th tiny thief
hi freedom after admlnlatariag a severe
wctur and a box oa th ear. In th
verdng. however, Bchriver wa not eo
lenient and he turned tb boy over to th
nolle, who last night ot, him .to th
detention home. ", . .. , ' ,,
RUNS IM FRONT OF CAR V
AND IS PAINFULLY HURT
In trying ta beat a fast mall car across
Tenth street between rartuun and Har
ney ttrwt at I o'clock yeeterday after
noon, r. B. Wood row, aa employe of th
Omaha branch ef Bradatrast's Commer
cial agency, waa struck by oar No, I and
painfully hurt. Ho was thrown ta on
aid and received cut upon th lags aad
face. He was able to go to his haeno at
ITU Fowler veau after pollca aurgeon
aad dresssd hn wound.
IOWA FALLS PIONEER
. COMMITS SUICIDE
IOWA FALLS, I.. May t-tSpeclal
Telegram. W. H- Carletoa. plonser real,
dent of that city aad oaa of th wealthiest
cttlsen of ttu part of tha stats, com
mitted suicide at hi hern her this morn
ing hy cutting kls throat. Poor health
for vera! month Is supposed to hav
deranged hi mind.
f liver and bo we la, In refusing to act, I
ulckty remedied with Dr. Klnrs-Kew
Lite Pill. Euy. af. fur. For sal by
Beaton Drug Co. '
When you open a Blatz bottle there will be
and health in store
Council Breaks Up
: When Returns Come
: Mtmhara of tho city council bald a abort
salon hut night, but the crte t elec
tion "extraa" -aa the atraet dlarupted pro
ceedings and th meetuig adjourned ta
o'clock thla aaomlng. Tb payroll waa
passed and two er threw rdlcanre
placed oa reading a Counrflmea Funk
houser and Kngel, tho defeated and .the
victorious com ml s Ion candidate, war
prwont. but Councilman McOovern didn't
ho) upv ..' ,
FIRE DESTROYS POWER HOUSE
HALTS STREET CAR SERVICE
WATERLOO, ; Is.. ' Mky k-FIr de
stroyed a power houa of th Water loo.
Cedar Fall Northern Railway oom
pany today. Street oar atnrtc was at a
standstill for avvarai hours. The oompany
ha a mew, power boas which waa not
damaged and traffic was resumed thla
evening. Tha to Is estimated al SUM
Th rwnlaeaut and Judicloua Lea of
Newspaper Advertlalag I th Road to
Iowa h ewe here.
ELKAOER-Playlng with a
which he thought was not loaded, caused
tha tnetaot death at th U-yaar-old eon
of Nela Hot man. a farmer, realdent at
rORT DODO K Tna matrimony bug
haa been working overtime nmons Kort
bodg eclmol teacher. Superintendent
L. H. Mlakal will report about twenty-It v
raatgaatlous ceased by prospective matri
mony woan in ecnooi ouard meets la
regular aresioa tomorrow night.
CREBTON H. L. La warn of this city
has recently lest tbrao bulMlag by fir.
All of thorn wore located la tho vicinity
of tha Htaadard Oil company offices
and It la quit generally believed th
fir hav been of Incendiary origin. Th
laat building wa burned Sunday mornlns
and waa insured, but th ether two won
FORT JXHXJ n-Th Tart chaPteY In the
sensational cotnn pa rale maintenance
Suit laaututad hero mat year and tried
before Judge C. b Al brook laat autumn
w to do etiaoiea in the supreme court
Friday. Mar ML when ami araumanis
concerning appeal will bo heard by th
ftttornoy. Judge Albrook decided against
tn piainuri ana gave in ye-year-old de
fendant abaolut dMoroo and the piain-
tlff bo alimony. Her attorney appealed.
CREsTON Th Interment of Sr. 1 A
Orovoa at Afton occurred today. HI
death took place at shannon City 8utur.
day night at th horn of hie daughter,
St re. h. u. ami. when he had been ill
since th tint of th year. Ur. orove
waa th eld eat practltlaaer In the county
and had been practicing medicine her
and at Afton sine Ubx. For th laat
tan yea re ha had keea county nhyslctaa
of Union county.
CRESTON The Modern . Woodmen of
America association of southwestern
low ar planning a big log rolling meet
ing to toko place la thla city .thla fall,
lasting two day. The president. Wesley
Bryant - ot inie city, nn appoinieo joe
Org. vice president: Charles mron.
secretary, and Scott Armstrong, treasurer.
A martins will be held soon of the rep re-
sen latlvee from th varloua lodges In
southern Iowa to est th date and mak
th . preliminary arrangement for the
CRESTON Iowa boy who wlah to
mak farming a vocation ar to be given
chance to attend tn state rair mis
year at the stats' expenee lo be given
Instruction tn farm eobomlca ibat I
on boy front each county la tho state
will be given such nrtvtlege. He must,
however, compete with other boys from
la to IP year of age, must be of good
character, live oh a farm or expect to
make farming hi lit work. These hoy
ar to compel In writing an eaaay on
"Iowa. and the bort one from each
county will entitle the writer to the
privileges of tlte tt fair camp on tha
detea between Auguat XI and & A com
mittee from each county will Judge the
eaaaya submit tad from th boy of. that
county. Tola plan haa recently been ar
ranged her by the county superintendent
of schools of this county.
for you and
as you like, you
its merits as an
All Selling Records Broken
During the First Week
of Our Alteration Sale
WORKMEN STILL CRYING FOR "MORE ROOM"
The complete remodeling; and rvt-dsroratiBx; of oar great urareiooens is being poshed as rapidly aa
possible- by arorea of workmen. SrsffoldUig; is arisin( oa rrery floor. .Many tnamo aad riajrer riano
anast be snored to five these vrorknoea room, by order of the contractor, rlaaj harfsias were picked
ap laat week, bat there are still remaining;
220 PIANOS AND PLAYER PIAHOS
ON SALE FOR
LESS THAI. COST OF MANUFACTURE
Here, Indeed, W your Piano opporaaity of a lifetime). - Here is yotw chaare to. (rtv jrotrr cailttresi
the as mei rhaaee that others are getting. Yon don't bare to br "well fixed" to get a piano thews days.
Select the piano yoa want, try It thirty day. It 70a like it, pay a little each veek, and raake your
borne happy like others are doing. .'
SAMPLE THE PIAd'O
' FOR 30 DAYS
HERE ABE A FEW
$400 StelBway Practice Piano 35 00
$SIH Arloa Iprlgfat 70.00
U Chase at Baker Piano Payer ....!( 35.U0
2.TO Kimh.ll Tpright KO.OO
et2lH PhuHiU Piano Player J 5 QO
$U7S Kroeger Ipright ...;... ..J 85!0O
$SM Chickering Host Ipright ......$110.00
. , YOU MUST ACT NOW! Don't Put It Off, Even a Day. . Call -J .
At one. The Piano yea want fat Iter). The snake, the toae, the touch, the finish, and all for price
nd tenia are hero combined tn aa offer the lika of which ataao history haa Beyer aeea. Talk will not
convince you! If you're wise, you'll com here aad coartnee itMusoit.
SCIOUER & riUELLER PIANO COMPANY
MANUFACTURERS, WHOLESALERS, RETAILERS. , 1011 1)10 rBrB.m pi
OLDEST PIANO HOUSE IN THE WEST. I U 1 1 " I 1 1 J I Hi W 01$
LAST 4 DAYS OF THE AUCTION
On Saturday ovonlng wo givo away a
Diamond ring and gold watch
Nothing Like It
OMAHA-GARDINZR (OFFICIAL) ENTRANCE SLEEPER
, P. M.
OMAHA-CODY (SCENIC) ENTRANCE TRAIN SERVICE
Round trip rail rates to Gardiner, Cody or Yellowstone
Side tour from Livingston through the Park, all accommodations $5550
Wiley Permanent Camp Tour, six days from Gardiner or Cody . $40.00
Round trip tour, via Gardiner, including rail, stages, hotels .'. ... .$84.50
Round trip tour, via Cody, East and Bosnia entrance, including
hotels; through bhoshone Canyon, alongside the uovernment
Sylvan Pass, over the Absaraka Range
Diverse gateway tour, one way
stages and hotels
Frost & Richard personally conducted sixteen-day vacation
penses, from Cody
Diverse tour, going via Gardiner, returning via Yellowstone,
Colorado, including rail, stages and hotels 4$107e25
' Other excursion rates, including rail and stage transportation only, quoted on request. - '.
k i IVee descriptive publications, "Yellowstone Park," "Cody Boad through
Hl,fjij)J Yellowstone," "Wiley Camp Tours," 4Frost & Richard Tours," "Colorado,
I ' v' ' a YollftTBfnna Park fSrratt Tours." and nthem nn reviUAtit - . -
Home circulation brings advertising returns
The Bee reaches twice as many hornet at any other Omaha paper.
You can cover Omaha with only one. paper
SAMPLES OF THESE WONDERFUL BARGAINS
$800 Hardntaa I'prigat ............
MOO Eatey Upright
$400 iTera as Poad I pright .,. . . . .
$323 Kartatnaa Ipright ...........
aWOfJ Meek Grand
$600 Starch Player Piano
Stool and Scarf With Every Icatnucent.
Uso a Piano at
See America First
VIA DIRECT NORTHWEST
via Gardiner, the other via
; ..... ....$64.00
J. B. REYNOLDS, City Passenger Agent, '.
Street . Phones, Ind. A4323; Bell D. 1233.
AutotMe Flayer Piano 8385.00
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Tickets On Said
JUNE 12 -
COMMENCING JUNE 12, 4:10
FROM OMAHA ' 11:35 P. M.
, -.'.'.. $32.00
rail, autos, stages and
irrigation dam, through ,
Cody, including rail,
camping tour, all ' ex- ,. . ..
Salt Lake City, Scenic
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