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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1912)
lti B&& OAiAriA, 'itlLiteiJAY, AIA1 y, 1912.
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GUARDS ASSURED OF ARMORY
fix Dint of Scraping and Stinting
f ,,, Tney Will Snowed.
00IHO AHEAD WITH PLANS
Nebraska national 6eer4 Meat G.
. Throayh Year Twe ml Eees
' amy Until rtMMH A re ,
Th. Omaha companies ot th Nebraska
National guard art assured ot an armory
in th. mar future. This, however, only
by barely scraping through to th. priva
tion of th rat of th itat guard during
th forthcoming yeer.-They Intend to g.
ahead a beat they can wlthgthe regular
allotment granted by the fOVrnment tor
"W ar allowed 131,001 a year, of which
55 per cent must b uaed for rifle prac
tice." says Lieutenant Colonel VV E.
Baehr. "It will cost IIS. M0, th. cloaest fig
ur. with which w. can re-equlp an ar
mory. Thll will leave about 000 tor th.
maintenaac of th guard m th. state.
It ts not enough, to b an, but If we
disband th Mat will lose th S8.wa."
Thar ar twenty-tour companies In th
state, four ot which ar stationed at
Omaha.. Thl ration Is established by th
government allowing tour companies to
every. contTesatonal district.' Tbs 133.000
appropriated to th. stat hi only forth
coming when th guard Is fully main
tained according to requirements. It th
hi her should disorganise th appro
priation will tall utterly. Therefor It will
be -necesary for the Thurston Rifles or
Omaha to take tUMM of this amount to
A New Fac Without
Surgical Skin Feeling
"I do net approve of the surgical oper
ation of face peeling." says Julia Orff.
"It's too radical, too often dangerous.
There's a better way ot removing offen
sive complexions and one that Is entirely
"safe and rational. Ordinary meroollmod
wax causes the devitalised scarf skin to
come off. but gradually and gently. Ua
Itke the surgical pro coos, the akin Is not
forcibly taken off In Mg pieces ail at
once, but almost Invisible flaky particles
are absorbed by the wax. and from tan
days to two weaka are required to com
plete the transformation. There's no
pain, no discomfort. .
"Nature renews eemptxtena th same
way, shedding tiny cutaneous scales aay
by day. But deficient circulation, or
other abnormal condition, may Interfere
with th shedding a "bad complexion' re
sults. Then mercolised wax assists Na
ture by Hastening the removal of the
aged, faded or discolored top skin. Thus
ealy the Dvely, young, heal thy -bued skin
is m evidence, as In roboet girlhood. This
Is. why uercollsed wax produces the In
describable beauty ot ever-renewing
youth. The wax ts put on at night like
coM cream, and washed oft la, the morn
ing. Ton can procure It at aay drug
gist's; aa ounce I sufficient." Adv;-
Children Poorly? Co To Your Doctor
Talk with your doctor about Ayer's non-alcoholic Sarsaparilla.
Ask him if be prescribes It for pale, delicate children. Ask him
if be recommends it when the blood is thin and impure, and
when the nerves are weak and unsteady. Ask him if it aids
nature in building tip the general health. UZSrVtZ
mast th qualifications In maintaining as
The fact Is an mbarraslng on for
th guard to face, but tbey realls and
they feel that th other companies of th
state do likewise that th consequences
of th fir. must be met and met squarely.
The Nebraska National guard will ha v.
t work through a year or tw hand-to-mouth
until their finances are gradually
returned te a normal condition.
Great Western Must
Begin,Work on the
Viaduct at Once
A peremptory writ of mandamus com
manding the Great Western railroad at
once to proceed to construction of a via-
dact over Its tracks st Thirtieth and Ban
croft afreets was Issued by Judge A. C.
Troup of the equity division ot the dis
trict court. Th. writ was Issued at th.
behest of the city snd with the consent
of the railroad In accordance with terms
ot settlement cf the viaduct fight, made
soma months ago. It was agreed that the
writ should Issue without resistance from
the road If It should noV have begun
work on the viaduct by May L
Early Morning Fires
Cause Little Loss
Two small fires occurring within half
aa hour of each other kept the down
town companies o' the fire department
busy early yesterday morning.
At I o'clock an alarm was turned In
from Fifteenth and Chicago streets, where
It was found that a pile of rubbish la
the Pioneer Olaas company's shops waa
on fire. The- quick response of the tire
department saved the building, which waa
old and dry. but full of valuable prop
erty. The robblhh waa biasing brightly
when the firemen appeared, but Is was
The second blase waa In the Charles
E. Maloney Tailoring company's work
shop, where spontaneous combustion In
a heap ot dirt and rubbish caused a fire.
The biaae was discovered by the block
watchman. H. D. Pilgrim, who turned
tn an alarm soon enough to save a big
fire toe. The dsmsgo caused by th Ore
Is Insignificant, but Mr. Maloney says
that over S300 worth at data and suitings
are spoiled by smoke,
GLAD HAND COMMITTEE
: AT COMMERCIAL CLUB
New members ot the Commercial club
will be met at the dub rooms every noon
by a special welcoming committee during
the next month and mad acquainted with
the older member.
A. U Gordon, at the bead of a tend of
"glad hands" will stand at the elevator
to receive them. They will be taken Into
the dining rooms and introduced about
the tables. By the sad ot the month the
eonunttte expects all th. new members
to nave become well enoaxa acquainted
to fed at home In the dob rooms and
among the dub members.
''cEO. E. MICKEL, ManagerN
1 5th and Hirmy Sts.f Omiha J
334 Broadway, CwMita.ll Bluffs .
for Big Christian ;
Conference in 1913
In the Interest Of the second World's
Chrtstlsn CHtlsenshlp. conference to be
held In Portland. Ore., June to July (
next year. General Superintendent James
S. Martin of Pittsburg, Pa., la In th city
for a few dare. He I enthustlastlo over
th outlook for a great meeting and I
predicting an attendant of from Is.SDo
to 10,000. To assurs the success ot the
conference and to aid in advertising It
to the world, Portland business men
have sutmcrll-l 5,000 in cash and have
taken steps to erect a large auditorium
at a cost of KOO sou.
Superintendent Martin Is the advance
agent ot the movement In arousing In
terest In the conference. He Is meeting
with the Ministerial unions throughout
the country and briefly outlining plans.
Later he will be followed by other of
ficials of the organisation that will take
up the work of arranging the dotal la
As delegate, to th Portland conference,
member of the' Ministerial unions,
churches. Young Men's Christian associ
ations, Christian Endeavorera and those
of eiinllsr societies In all Protestant
chore bee will be eligible. The vlce-prest.
dents selected Include the bishops ot all
the churches and leading church wwfteja
la the United States. Dr. D. W. C. Hun
tington, chancellor of the Weelayaa uni
versity at Lincoln Is th vice-president
The prime object of the conference Is
the revival and diffusion of a national
religion, looking to universal advance
ment in militant rhrlslaaity tn Indlvdiial,
family and civic life, la general education
snd In public morals.
The speakers who have been secured
for th conference are among the most
prominent In the United States and
Europe. William J. Bryan la among them.
Help is Summoned
Because of Strike
The freight handlers' strike in th Chlr
cag freight houses of the Milwaukee
road has assumed such proportion thai
men from other point ar being called
there ta help relieve the conjestion. Ac
cording to Assistant General Passenger
Agent Haynea, who I in town, there
have been no acts of violence and none
are anticipated. However, th baslnes
of the road la being hampered to some
Assistant General Agent Dttvall of this
city has been celled to Chicago, and while
he win not don temper snd wrostl
with bales and boxes ot freight, be will
help out. It Is expected that he win
nee aoms particular branch of the
freight handling and help to get the staff
moving out and la at the bouse.
WOMAN HAS OLD BILLS
TO KEEP AS SOUVENIR
Two andent bills were presented to th
Braadets stores for payment by a woman
who did not Insist on getting the money
or who did not glv her name. The bills
war dated December L IS! and said en
their face that the City of Omaha, ter
ritory of Nebraska will pay S3 to bearer
one year after date with Interest at M
per cent per annam. Tbey were signed
by Jeans Lowe, mayor and H. C J.
Andersen, recorder. .
- a re .
Any Victor dealer in '
any city in the world
will gladly play any
music you wish to hear.
$15 to $200
Victors, $10 to $100
Victor Talking Machine Company f
Camden, N. J.
CHILDREN SEEKING HOMES
Jnrenile Court Authorities Hit a
Dozen Boy and Oixls.
ALL WAITING TO BE ADOPTED
Thee Winkle Adept the Oh II
dren Ar Reaneeted te Writ
ta Javeelle CeaH Officers,
, Giving: References, .
Juvenile court authorities are sending
out cells for help. They have a do sen
fine, healthy, bothersome boys and girls
and think they ought to be adopted. All
the young-ester are of ages ranging from
I to M years.
Those living on farms whs would Ilk.
to adopt a child are especially requested
to correspond with the juvenile court
her. Reference should be rent when an
application Is made for one of th court's
diaries, says Mogy Bernstein.
Officers of the eovr'. would Ilk to have
a list of men and women who want chil
dren and keep It for reference as many
cases could be solved by piecing the child
la a good home.
Many children are adopted each year,
but as no list of those willing to adopt
children la kept; littls boys snd girls are
sometime deelt with mors severely than
wouia te necessary if they could be
placed at one In homes. .
A Creel Mlalake
is te neglect a cold or cough. Dr. King's
New Discovery cures them and may pre
vent consumption. Mo - and fl.00. for
sale by Beaton Drug Co.
3 : '
Cultivated taste prefer Permits, sc.
Wife object to plpo
omoking at home?
solves the problem.
a single day.
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12 M. to 1:30 P. M. Hear the
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Tom Flynn Gives
Three Reasons for
Tom Flynn. th genial street commis
sioner celebrated yesterday for two rea
sons. One Is h feels elated at the suc
cess of the "square deal" ticket, and the
other reason I that It wss his birthday
and also his wife s birthday.
Twelve years sgo they ware married
at Weston, Is. They have two sons, who
are promising pollttclsns, although Flynn
has not advised them to take up this line
of work. ,
"It Isn't very often our birthday comes
on such an occasion as this," said Flynn,
"right after one of th moat strenuous
and successful political fights ws were
ever In. I'm going to celebrate It In my
own way." .
He didn't specify, it Is reliably reported
that he will Jump on the flag of th old
system, under which an Irate council
pssssd a resolution limiting the funds the
street commissioner could use and thereby
seriously handicapping him and express
his Joy la a few Apache yells. , , ,
Boost Their School
The members of the Omaha club, , an
organisation of twelve Omaha boys at the
University of Nebraska, have arranged
with Miss Ksts McHugh, principal of the
Omaha High school, to have the chancel
lor speak at tha high to ths seniors on
Mr. Avery will address the graduates
on higher education and dwell to some
Tuxedo Tobacco is not only a delight
to tha smoker, but that wondernily
fine fragrance makes it welcome
everywhere." Look up the curved
green tin ten cents.
PATTERSON'S TUXEDO TOBACCO
"The Pipe Smoke for Godlemtn"
extent oa that collet education ' snd
training which ts received by tha students
at Nebraska, their own state Institution.
The members of th Omaha club ar
satisfied with their university as a place
to get an education and consider that It
should be placed before the other grad
uates ot tha Omaha High echool In th
proper light, , , v
"Declared a member of . the Omaha
club: "It's time we did a little cradling
ot th horn school Instead of alio wing
th glamour ot distance from bom
paint an - Inferior school , In brighter
colors than the Corahusker Institution."
Stuart Gould, president ot th dub, will
accompany Chancellor Avery.
Nurse and Patient
Laugh at 111 Luck
as They Go to Altar
When Dr. Vsa Dyke McKelvey, a
former Interne at St. Luke' hospital In
Denver led Miss Clara Frank, a former
trained nurse In the same Institution, to
the altar In Omaha, both laughed at
their victory over bard luck and adverse
Appendicitis and smallpox were both
th lot of Dr. McKelvey- slnce'hewent to
St Luke ar .Mies' Frank ' nursed him
through both Illnesses. ; ', . r
Dr. McKelvey met. Miss Frank at St.
Luke's shortly after his graduation from
the Oross School of Medicine In Denver.
Several weeks ago Miss Frank came to
her horn near Omaha, ami. a few days
ago Dr. McKelvey made a trip. Then
the news of their wedding was an
nounced to .their friends. They' Win re
turn to Denver and Dr. McKelvey will
engag In th practice ot medicine there.
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For real Summer comfort
wear thU union suit that .
con 'r np m the Mat
, -rcan 'I bind in tha crotch
doublm wear whera
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Raving Valuable ' Paper
rfeweie to piece tnesa tn
Best wtthss ear Fire as
Proof Vaults for aeskeeptag.
apea (sua aovMe and yov
ana Jewel will
Set Das ij sit Bex, rent ts east
tnuka Sale atyarJl C.asjir.
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should know aboat the
Marrel "Whirlim Spray"
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