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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 12. 1912.
HONOR MEMORY OP. MOTHERS
JWmaa'i Christian Astociation Ap
is ; peals for Some Fundi.
Marries Friend of Her Youth
iE&AiGE OLD PEOPLE'S HOME
ArtMUrt la 1SKJ te Rr Tar-
He Oat as a Larger Sralr
Wlleem aeejaeet Mener I
Be lard a R:.
f the Editor ot The Omaha Beer It
, very appropriate tela;' to present
, ttfteugn tba columns of jour paper tho
"0 of tho Woman's C.Kii.an socfa-
tlea, whteh maintain the Old People's J
.noma at Eli Wirt street.
Tne work waa oran::! r-ece.ir.iier I.
ISSt and can Justly lay claim to being
!tlS" oldest charltaele and piillanthrujuc
.organisation in urnana. iiecinn;r jf ny
doing a genera) relief work, fa'lowed by
,tkat of conducting the Old . j' home,
a 'Tourtg Woman's nome, T,tiv.e;s AiC
iCnpdresi'a homo and Woman's exchans,
ittta: work continued iinl'.l other growing
organisation met tho r. t .nc of
tlr lines of aerial nilfcre work.
' it 1S0J tho charter was changed and
meji as well as womej were admltfd.
,tna name chanced to that of the Old
Pseple's homo and tho present bomo pur
irhasod. remodeled and opened In Augurt.
-j-wmij'iivs people ran oe accoromoaateo.
nd at present titer are twenty-four In
' Tbe rev en t bequest of Anna Wilton.
leVslrig her horns at 20:1 Wirt street. w.'Ht
three and a bait lota, to th association,
mas as it possible to plan for a larcrr
sad mora modern building.
' " need Mere Msnrr.
It ts the plan to use the brick house
for administrative purposes, building new
brick wtnga on the east and west, baring
a building wbea completed that will ae
i commodate forty-five to fifty people. It
is estimated that between .) and
taMM will be needed to erect and equip
such building. Th cash bequeathed
from th Wilson estate Is flOwO, from
which the Inheritance tax will be de
ducted, and th residue of th bequest
will not be available for four or five
year. Th firm of Fisher sV 1-awrle baa
been authorised to prepare plans for a
modern three-story building, built with
iu. turm hi Willi IV me winee Simula
oecnalon demand, eventually It la hoped
by the association worker that the ad-
Joining corner lot en each side may be
Th association has no debt and th
trustee sre most anxious that the build
in' shall be dedicated free from any In
etnanrance. This ran easily be madt
Irnsslbl by public gifts. It I peculiar!'
.fitting at this time to mass an appeal;
oa this day when th tenderest emotions
eat to th eurfaae, the day wa sacredly
claim belongs to "mother," the day t
laisttt ts llntrer lovingly over th memory
of, j mother." be ah with us or in th
arret beyond, the beautiful whit floeer
lypwying ail inei as pure, iragram ana
eU-Ililee In life. A hearts go out to th
great motherhood of th world, ars there
net many men and women In Omaha who
9( make a substantial gift to ti e cause
In; nam of "mother," that noma other
'! ether" who has been left without a
her and means or support, nil atone In
the..' twilight of life, may be given th
nerfaaary comforts In, her declining
yJtfT Th home 1 I ha only shelter left
i at any. and as th greater part of their
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CHARLES H. HACKETT. MISS KOUA W. NICHOLS.
OMAHA SCHOOL TEACHER HETlKKrJ TO MARRY FRIEND OT HER TOUTH.
told him to wait unUI Mil and If had
1IB to spent In their rooms, single room lent (banged his mind sh would then
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ratiwa for man nod wlf er mother sad t
dejisthter. . ' .
rentrihutions may te nant to th tree.
unf of th building fund, Kdgar M.
Mrlwman, Jr., 4S8 Board of Trade
Its nubile has been tntereated In the
Offc People s home for years, and we ask
y to help at this time to establish one
eoViijuais to th growth of eur city.
eV watercolor sketch ot the proposed
bail.Ung may be seen at the C. H. Diets
company, IStd Famam street. t
MRS. OKORQS TII.DKN.
MRS. a K, SPALDINa.
MRU. EDWARD JO UN HON,
UJS. MARSHAL TAKES
PRISONER TO LOUISIANA
(r,lted State Marshal WIDIam P. War.
p n Deputy Marshal ". B. Nlckerson
left. ' te eveulng for' "hreveport.
L.r taking with them Tom L. Mitchell,
iwamed there for violating the Internal
yj enu law. H was arreatrd bar last
aV&xUy en th request ot the federal
aujborttlc at Shreveport
Khile en rout to Shreveport Warner
and; Nlcksrson will tak Oeerge Parker
to: Leavenworth. Parker pleaded guilt)
freesday to breaking Into and robbing the
IMStofno at Sioux, Neb., and waa een
Wsaced by Judge Morris to two years In
tb federal prison.
; v BelldlBB Penalta.
, George E. Barfcsr, X South Flfteenlh
su-eot, alterations. ISOO; T. Spellman,
'Twenty -fifth and Kahler streets, fram
dlUng. M; H. K. Shalberg, at Og
dn street, frame dwelling, U.J0O; Dr.
Ti R. Talry, Sat North Fourteenth street,
cement plaster dwelling, KMt; O. H.
rady. t9U North Thirty-fifth street,
fraais dwelling. James Smith,
itrliHe brick dwelling, r,VXk
MRS. NICHOLS WILL MARRY
On Omaha Teaching Staff for the
La.it Twenty-Four Yean.
WEDS HUSBAND OF EES FRIEND
Will Seeeaae Bride ml C. M. Haekelt
f Cekassrtt, Mass., with Wksst
Wife She Ramped a Child
at Vfraest llaaaeslead.
Mra tolls W. Nichols, for many years
a teacher In th eighth grade at Castsl
lar svhool and for the last twenty-four
ysar a member of th Omaha teaching
starr, will retire this year and shortly
after school cloaca will go to Boston
where she will marry Charles H. Ilarkett
of Cohasaotl, Mass., who wlf wa a
playmate of her girlhood and together,
whsn both were children, they romped
about the eld homestead of Mrs. Nichols'
grandfather in. 'ermont. '
sirs. Ntcnais- maiden nam was joeiia
I. Weed and her family has lived for
five generations oa th old homestead
In northern Vermont, near Essex. More
than a quarter of a century ago ah
wa married to Mr. Nichols, who died
two years after the marriage, Th widow
came west and has been a teacher In
Omaha sine Fberuaty t, im.
Asks II I m I Walt Tear.
Mr. Ilackett waa married a fw years
after Miss Ward had beoom Mrs. Nich
ols. He married a cousin of Mis Weed
and her dear friend. Several years age
Mrs. tlarkalt died and when Mr. Ilackett
decided to "settle down" again he ap
pealed to th Omaha school teacher whom
he had known since a child to be hi
comiwilon. Sha accepted a year ago, but
bo.om hi wlf.
At lbs elo of school this year. Mrs,
N Mulls will leave the old Caatsllar bu.ld-
lng which will never more be ased as
a school house, for It ha been replaced
by a new building which will be ready
tor occupancy before th fall term open.
She will go to Chicago In June and spend
some time with niece and will tnn
Journey to Botu. . ' s. ' '
Will Marry at Brother's Hem.
"We will be married In August or Sep
tember," laid the retiring school teacher,
"at my brother' noma in Esse. W
will live in Cohaseeti for a while, but
Mr. Ilackett is building a horn at Hano
ver, and we will settle down there '
Mrs. Nichols ha many relative and
friend la Boston and in Vermont ' Her
family cam to America In 1U Her hua
band wa a nwrcliaat at Kssca, and wha
h would go to Boston to buy merchan
dise Mrs. Nichols often accompanied
him, and waa most frequently entertained
at the home of Mr. and Mra liackalt
Mr. ilackett ts one of the well known
business men ot Cohassett and ha also
a wld aoqualnutnc In Boston, lis baa
been a resident ot Cohassttt many years,
! Is now a member of the finance com
mittee ot that city and has a reputation
for honest and ability. Ha I a member
of th Msaonra order and a lumber
dealer at Cohassett.
Una Been Seceesefal Teacher.
Superintendent K. U. Graff expressed
hi regret at th departure ot Mrs. Nich
ols, who has been on ot th reliable and
very successful teachers ot th city.
During her residence her she has spent
several vacation in the east with her
friend and relative. Sh at now living
at ITtl South Nineteenth street. She I
th secrstary ot tho Teachers' Annuity
association. Sh retires OH pension, hav
ing taught longer than the required
twenty ysar in th city.
Upon Mr. Nichols' retirement six teach
ers will have been lost this year from
the Omaha teachlnaT staff, all ot them re-
signing to take up the less arduous du
ties of wlvea Mies Blanch CsmpUll.
Miss Gertrude Warren. Miss Blanche
Marshall. Miss Jrssi Waa and Mis
Margaret West, sie among those who
have resigned or whose resignations are
now In th hands of th Board of Educa
tion. Mia West I in th western coun
try on a claim, but wtll forsake her claim,
It Im rumored, to become the wit ot an
THREE LADS ARE TAKEN
TO INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
Superintendent C. B. Manuel ot the
State Industrial school at Kearney wtll
tak three Omaha youngster home with
him. Judge Kennedy ot the Juvenile court
having sentenced them. William Marke
rs!, on of th youngsters, ha com
mitter twenty-nin houss breaking, hi
latest being to enter the home ot W. K.
Aldereon of South Omaha and steal hats
and plume valued at 1st.
When Markaveu. who Is also of South
Omaha, discovered that 1m couldn't sell
th plumes and th hat h tor them
up Into Hired. Probation Officer Mo
Aulay said th young man, who I In
the eighth grade, was docile enough un
der authority but could not keep hi faith
with th court.
Willi Blxler and Danny Allen ar th
ether boy who will go with the Indust
rial school superintendent to Kearney.
Blxler ha been before the court numer
ous tlmea Allan, formerly an Inmate of
th Industrial achool. broke hi parol.
H wa given leave of' absence to come
back to hi horn here after he had suf
f erred a sever siegs of pneumonia. He
did not return. He wa on of th boys
who "borrowed" a horse last week from
a neighbor and rod It a long as It could
Key te the Situation Bee Advertising.
BIS LAUKDRffiSARE KRGED
Evam-Model lompanj Till Erect
Bail ding on Quarter Block.
CONCEIUrS SiPTTAL, 8100,000
Vsrfea ef Beslaees C eeerms la Made
BersiM of sevlstt that Cast Be
Made In Operating; Eapeaae
sad BaylBC Sappltes.
Th largest laundry building In Ne-V-aaka
will be built at the southerat
-imer of Eleventh and Douglas streets
jy the new Evans-Model Laundry eom-
Mn,- vh;h H.a - A . . n nil I Kf VV
- ww,v f I ,
. eiASss Vlii. h.-a farmed '
by the Evan City Steam laundry and
the Model launlry. both pioneer ot th
b-jsines In Omaha, th Evans having
been founded In IS'i and til Model In 1SS2.
A quarter of a block will be covered
by the building of the new establishment.
Construction will begin at once and th
structure is to be completed within four
Reassns for Cossblnlea.
The reason for ths union of the bust.
ness of th two concern I In th saving
that can be affected In operating costs,
which wUl make it possible to give the
finest work and still pay th constantly
Increasing price for supplies.
In erecting the plant, every-provision
will be made for the sanitary handling
of clothes, and th comfort of the em
ployes will be carefully considered.
Plenty of light, plenty ot ventilation and
electric fen will be features.
M. M. Robertson ot the Model and R.
E., Segur of the Evans will make a tour
of several eastern cltica, visiting th
larger laundries to get information that
wtll assiet them la building the most im
proved up-to-date plant that can be constructed.
ARE TO BE DUPLICATED
Tb Maryland apartments. Park ave
nue and Poppietoa street, are to be du
plicated by a building next door on the
northwest corner of those streets.
Plana are now being drawn and prob
ably will be finished within a few days.
Excavation work will be started within
a week. The new bulding will be a faith
ful replica of the Maryland, containing
six apartments. . J. B. Lichtenwalier.
owner of the Maryland, will build the
new structure. - v
! Track Heel at Chleasns Peetpewed.
I CHICAGO. May I The track meet be-
1 tween the freshmen teems ot the Uni
' versity ot Chicago and Northwestern uni
: versity and the base ball games be
' tween the University of Chicago and the
University of Wisconsin scheduled for
, todt y were postponed because of rain-
CANADIAN'S TO CELEBRATE
WITH ANNUAL BANQUET
Arms Warmaa of Montreal, Canada,
general manager of the Grand Trunk Pa
cific railway, will address the members
of the Canadian club at their annual ban
quet at th Paxton hotel Friday evening.
Msr - He will talk on the new north
west now being opened up and will show
stereoprJcon view of this section of tho
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
Yen em get th R tray Mag-.
neto, th belt magneto in the
world, lor leu ths th cost of
repairs to your old and unsatis
factory ignition. Investigatt
this opportunity ik ui to ttll
yon about th
aehri Meats. Ctf esrfets)es
all a a terrtoi tastea ana,
Omaha Rubber Co
1608 Harney St- J
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And this is the stamp of ap
proval of a responsible maker"
proud of his good handi
work. The "Winged-Pyramid"
is backed by the biggest
reliability in all automobile
dom something better than
a guarantee a worthy repu
tationand a car that will
go seventy-five thousand strong this
All Fords are Model Ts all allk except
tba bodies. Tb two paraenger runabout
costs (590 the fir) passenger tour car
tt 90 tb delivery car $700 tb town
ear 300 (. o. b. Detroit, completely
equipped. Get latest catalogue from Ford '
Motor Company, Mieblgan and Fourteenth
Street or direct from Detroit factory.
Oow th Law! and
Char th CrouwayM With a Jericho
Tu8 Signal of a GenUemia Warns without Offence
City after cltj la enacting
' ordlnancea requiring automo-
' hi le to be equipped with bom
that shall trie Instant, efTee-
tire wanting, jet shall not an-
aoy or confuse pee-soaa la the
street by aerve-racklng, bam
THE JERICHO IS THE PERFECT HORN
It Is superior to bulb boras because It la equally effective In tb
crowded rdtr so net or oa winding country roads. It ia superior to
electrical boras becair tber la not a penny ot expense for batteries
or maintenance). It ts superior to very other exhaust bora because
It never dogs.
Any Motor Car Ageasrjr, arceeoory dealer or
garage will sell and pat na a Jericho or Jubilee
and the entire cost will be less than CIO.OO.
THE RANDALL-FAICHNEY COMPANY, Boston, Hau.
0f-Au4o mob ilea and Accessories
Nebraska Buick Auto. Company
Uleela Braaoa. uth aad V ffiJftefEl.-,
Ovtrtanl ill Pop,
enneO xuaff Is.
OHIO ELECTRICS ;1
liarton Aato Compear.
& W. McDOHAXO, Mgr.
S10t10S Fanaaa St.
JOHN CEERE PLOW COMPART
Salesroom Cor. Tenth and Reward Sts.
. Omaha. Nebraska.
HUDSON .. 2205-2207 Farnam Street
GUY L. S Tsl I T H
. lYiUiee AotooekUe Co.
2203 Farnam Street
OHeiffR Uodersrcnnd Gasoline Systcos
LJuiCLn For private and pnhUc karage. K R. GUtoer.
Its Tires are a Car's
When a man starts to build a house he thinks of the foundation first
When he buys a car or has it equipped he is likely to think ci
the tires last
.Yet the kind of tires means much in the life of the car the protec
tion of its costly mechanism.
' Mileage is a big essential. Yet your car's protection is of equal
Firestone Tires offer you "Most miles per dollar of cosVl That's
And they are the only tires that afford such liberal resilience that all
jar and vibration is taken up, the car given perfect protection, the pas
sengers perfect comfort. To get this double tire service you must insist on
- It is the unmatched efficiency of Firestone design, the high percent
age and extra volume of pure rubber in the tread, in the side-wall, in the
cushion and in the breaker strip of Firestone tires that insures this extra
resilience and extra wear. ' ' , ,
Such materials developed by selected experts for every operation,
with inspection of uncompromising standard at every stage of workman
ship cost more in the tire but far less on the road.
You get insurance against blow-outs insurance of riding quality
insurance that no matter how delicate the mechanism of your car the
tires will stand between it and hard usage.
The unfailing quality of Firestone Tires tells in their record of never
an off year in twelve years. .'
They are the true foundation for your car.
They mean True Tire
AO hlh grad can ere tTniepsa! with fukkjitathablt dtmtmntakU rims. Dent
experiment, insist en Frrestene, the enfg rrmt that havt flood the test el
m end are nntprso21fl acknowUdfd correct bt principle ana! sertftcs.
The Firestone Tiro & Rubber Co.
"America' Largest Exclaeivw Tire and Rlaa Maker"
. Akron Ohio Dealers ETerrwheiw
THE FIRESTONE TIRE & RUBBER CO.
2220 Farnam St.
y -"" here's Durability! W
-Frvm Red Hook, N. Y comet" this Ietter-"Fr lifil
From Red Hook, N. Y- comes this letter "For
the past three years I can honestly amy that I hare
only spent $1.83 for repairs on my MaxwelL I
consider it the most economical car on the market"
Maxwell "Mascotte" $980
y When you can get a car of proven durability, economy and
reliability, that is roomy, powerful and stylish for less .
than $1000 why wait any longer?
, In beauty, equipment and workmanship, the "Mascotte"
compares favorably with cars costing; almost double its
selling price. Make this comparison yourself and give this
car a practical test by having a ride in it.
We are ready to take you out today coma
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KoU Hansen, Walnut, Iowa
A. K. Beason, Aadnboa. Ioww
Dertisosi Auto Co Denisoa, Iowa
Bert Phil pot, Weeping Water. Neb,
"Wear Brother. Tekamah. Xeb.
rxrattoa Hasnosv Waboo, Xeb.
Rwe HelshJe, rVenvom, Keb.
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Workman Rosea, Aabarn, Xeb
Tlsere w m AfuiassI Osaster n yeaw mdnitj
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