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TIIE BF.E: OMAHA. THURSDAY. MAY 16. 1912.
FOODS and BEVERAGES
DIPLOMA AND GOLD MEDALS
322," BOTTLED BEER
THIS exhibition was held at Pari, during the month
of March, 1912, under the direction of the French
government, in the great Luna Park pavilion and, con
tained the exhibits of thousands of the leading food and
beverage manufacturers in the world.
The award Jury consisted of the most noted culinary ex
perts and chemists of France. Our winning GRAND PRIX
and GOLD MEDALS on Stori Triumph beer and Old Saxon
Brau proves conclusively that these beverages are the equal in
Purity, Quality and Flavor of any beer in Europe or America.
DIPLOMA AND GOLD MEDALS
The real judges of beer here at home (the public) have told
us this most emphatically by the increased demand from year to
year. It is some satisfaction to know that the foreign experts
pay this high compliment also. When you order STORZ BEER
you will know you are getting the best
DIPLOMAS, MEDALS AND GRAND PRIX WILL BE ON EXHIBIT IN MERCHANTS HOTEL, MAIH WINDOW, FROM MAY 15 TO 18. GO AND SEE THEM
STORZ BREWING CO., OMAHA
AFFAIRS- ATSOUTH OMAHA
'aawyer Retained to Fight Payment
Under Paving Estimate.
MATTER TO GO INTO THE COURTS
Likelihood That III Some Form
IlKirn WIN Nooa Test Legal
ity rnyasent Vaarr th
Attorneys have been retained and are
at work en a petition to the district
court praying that the city clerk be en
Joined from paying out any eatlmatea
according to the resolution passed at the
meeting of the city council Monday night.
The Injunction proceedings are under
stood to have been commenced at the In
stigation of A. A. Wright and other
heavy property owners wno fear that In
the face of the unconstitutionality of the
union labor clause of the city charter,
any money paid out under Its force win
Invalidate the pro rata assessment of
Improvement tales which will then de
volve upon the taxpayers at large.
It seems quite certain that from one
angle or anothei a legal battle Is Immi
nent on the letting of paving and grading
hlraic Kcbrlver Take.
Ernie Bcbrtver, said by the local po
lice to be badly wanted In connection
with some wholesale hide robberies com
mitted at the peeking houses about a
year ago was arrested yesterday at
Twenty-fourth and N streets by Cbiefvf
l'otlce John Brigge.
According to the detective department
St driver has been absent In California
since, the crime was committed. At the
time he was said to have been associated
with Maurice Lonegan and Timothy
Casmetsky. Together the three are said
to hare made away with tl.aia worth ot
hides ' taken from different packing
houses. Th) bides were resuld to small
dealers, it Is asserted.
Alter the deal had been pulled off
Sthriver la said to have fled to Califor
nia and his companions placed the blame
on him. Loneaan is now serving a peni
tentiary term in another state, the poik-e
ir, echrtver was also Implicated hi the)
slugging and robbery of J. ilcAullfla ilj
Twenty-tifth and Y streets, according tO
the police. j
Haanart to li'itrrn.
Arrangements are being made for- a
monster baituuet to be tendered to John
E. O Hern, recently promoted to be gen
eral supcriniendent of all the Armour
parking plants. A committee of South
Omaha busints mea met yeaterday aft
ernoon at the Atlas cafe, where they
d srussed the plana Tlie chief question
se-ns to be to arrange a merger whereby
the Omaha men. the live stock men and
the South Omaha business men can
agree upoa acme plan of unified action.
All three sets wish to show their appre-cia-loir
of the promotion given to Mr.
O Hern. No date has been fixed aa yet
for the function proposed, which will
probably be held In the Lire Stock ex
thanjre dining room. - - -
I Iqaor lira .aaar offirere.
At the Eagle hill yesterday the South
Omaha liquor Liealere' Protective asso
ciation elected officers to serve for the
coming year, r'racticeily the whole slate
of las; year wu swept cieaa -aad the
control vestsd In the hands of a new
crowd this year. The old officers, at least
several of them, are understood to hsve
snnounred their Intention aot to stand
for-re-electton. Some of the workers of
the association claim that the burden
of the work always fell upon the same
ones. - Another story told by saloon men
Is that the association failed to make
good when the licensee were being Issued
recently. Home of the members felt that
the association should have assisted the
less fortunate In getting bonds.
Altogether the new lineup Indicates
thst the workers or last year hare
handed the management of affaire over
to an entirely new set The officers
elected are: President, J. Lowery; vice
president, J. F. Welling; secretary, J.
Msder; treasurer, P. Boyce. The execu
tive board consist of M. Sexton. J. Jer
nian, P. Ault, I. Raduxina. P. Kruah-
Inck and J. Hlmonskl.
Modern seven-room house. In beat resi
dence block in tjouth Omaha. Tel So. 44.
Maale (,. Gossip.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Mayfleld are visit
ing at bos Angeles, CaJ.
A. Hartman of Petersburg, Neb..
visited with Boutk Omaha friends Monday.
Mrs. Burton Wallace of Kansas City
is the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Henry.
Mi Edna Altstadt left Tuesday for
Valentine. Neb., for an extended visit
wun relatives at that place.
The -Letter South Hide Aid society will
meet this afternoon with Mrs. Float, Thir
teenth and Jackson atreets.
Mrs. Mary Buglewica, who underwent
an operation at 81. Joseph's hospital, will
be takeu to her home today.
Miss Blsnche Powers left yesterday for
eastern Iowa after a two weeks' visit
with her uncle, D. Robinson.
The birth of a daughter Is reported at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ander
son. FXH North Twenty-third street.
Miss Matilda vtogenson, former ste-
TITANIC SURVIVOR IN OMAHA
Man Who Retcuei Little Ionic Vii
it John L McCaguo.
TELLS OF HIS EXPERIENCES
Haga Woolner, I,aa Pereea to Ke
rape la Lifeboat, Advised to
Hide oat Tltaale Beraaee
of His Heallk.
Probably the only man In the world,
who tasted of the Iceberg, which
wrecked the steamer Titanic, a man
whose physician had advised him for j
the sake of Ms health to take that new
and sanitary steamer to the United '
titelcs and the last man to escape from
the wreck, was a vlstltor In Omsha yes
He was Hugh Woolner, chairman of
the National Oil syndicate ot London,
enroute to Denver and Cheyenne to at
tend to some business for bis company.
A, the promensde dick, by jumping- tea
feet out Into the last boat as he saw It
partly vacant, being lowered away from
"We had been up above helping the
women and children Into boats from th
port side of the skip and left there when
w taw most all of them had gone. We
heard the cries of the crew on the other
side of the boat and went around the of
ficers' quarter In time to see the btf
crowd surging toward the boat which
were being hoisted on the davits. Th
crew wss shouting at them to stand back.
Men ware crowding In and shouting to
lie let out and women behind them were
crying to get through the throng. Th
squad of men 1 was with formed a wedge
and surged through the crowd to the
side at the boat, making a pathway for
the women In the rear to get out. W
stood aside and a they came through
lifted them across Into the boats. There
was a step of four or five feet to be
made and many of them were afraid to
try to cross with the sea seventy feet
below. These we had to pick up and liter
ally throw Into th boats. When we
mad that pathway and ' th women
.1 - II' 1 . J w . . . - .. .. I I .
r u , T u r. - ti. rted th men seemed to subside and
to hi rriend. Jobn b. Mccsgue. ot tn
Mcragu Investment company.
After a day talking business and tell
ing of hla interesting experience In th
Titsnle wreck. Mr. Wonlner left Omaha
esrly yesterday afternoon.
A reporter for The Boe, be declared,
was the first newspsper man he had met
since the night the Carpathia landed In
New York with the Titanic survivor,
when a representative of the New Tork
they stood about gulttly watching the
"When we us that all the women had
gone, w turned about nd went below
to deck A. When I walked into those
red and glimmer, H gar me a sort of
incanny feeling. Then th ship began
rocking a tittle and we could feel It
tie Anil mniM kiln4wl 1.1 1 , . n L.
Sun took away from him and published , yhm ., M thout
Interview letter k. ".d writ en .., iooM up n9 ,h. .
to hi. family In london descrlbm, the I
level with ua 1 saw It was partially va
cant. The steamer was baling so. the
boat creaked on It davit as tt hung
ten feat out from th deck. ' My frtwd
told Jr!m lo go first and
"It sounded very prosulc." be said, "and i
a If 1 had oo heart at all " I
Testifies Uefui Csumltlrr. '
PASS ANTI-INJUNCTION BILL
Eoum for Strong iteuure in Labor'
SUBSTTTTTTX ACT IS DEFEATED
Law Weill bo AanStl Prohibit
Ihsibm lajanetl" Wtth-
Nolle ! arv
WABHINOTON. May 16 -mipoerted hy
all th progrsslv republican. U houM
last nlsht passed the CIvton antMnl'ine
tton Mil. Brr democrat present "td
for It n th rult was announced to
th eccampanlment of a remarkable dem-onMratlon-
Th leglltlon I regarded a on of
th most advanced step yet taken In
the Intersil f organised labor. Through,
out th debet President flompers, Sec
retary Morrison and a half doxen mem
ber of th executive committee of th
American Federation of Labor were In
terested listener. Mr. Oomper occupied
a front seat tn th members' gallery.
Ths opposition to the measure at
(.mixed to nut through a ubtltut
...h ti,. .i.- .v.i .i 1 1 drawn hy B.presentatlve Sterling of 1111-
tlght end ss th. lights begin to turn I"- Tlila modified the aw.eplng tms ,
of th t-'iayton oiu. om
tl to .
Tb bill mendn th law to priiilhit
th IMUanc of Injtin -tiJOS without aotl.-e j
being served on those affected. 8ich
Injumtlons would b effective lor ssvn
davs only and- renewal would be poa
slbls only when the court " con
vinced such action was nessry for ths
consarvatlon of rlsht of piopeiv. -Jonn
Vo" Injunction wuld be Imiioss.ble
i ths risht to "peaceful picketing" In
ri y 71 .
This seal (tn'l ftp
he rau is It i imltr
Uthi likt th
of a collar. It ias 'I
bind in th crotch
beraus then an aa
buttons on tn sat
to prevtot frt
llint. Mtdt th
in ttkltttt tnd full
"V. il- ; J: 1" " ' . Mr. Woolner testified before the i,nll I ..1 'Uime
pny, nmm rwiimi ner fWHiiion ana gone I " - , - - i . , mnJ A h.
to Wisconsin where she will spend some I Investigating committee. "I wss not able ; he did. ,Th boat was below tn when 1 1 atrlke or peaceful ucat "'
I to tell them much more than other wit- Hunted and fell, clinging to Ita std. a 1 iscognired.
i-ISSi iCfbJl Silt Ahc,lfnt r,,;r!neses told," he said. "Thty I rested me ftlloiv ciughl me and pulled m InslOa
or united workmen win hold an im.
portent meting Thursday evening at the
Ancient Order of United Workmen
Isaac Levy, a second-hand furniture
Twfnsro'BV"0!!!!!!! Tired of thinking of the horr.ble .!- j th Iceberg nd sprung ,.ll ak.
Ing sarbape within the ritv limit!. i hlef aster, Woolner went direct from New t When up on the d k a steward nme up secreisry of the Western Tmvelers' Insur-
very courteouslj, and .ther w.s son of j When got down to th watr Was ths I ull I on RIITTS DIES
ih'; accusations uf cowarulce or routib , fIrKt lint we realised th -steamer had I Bu " .
treatment some of the Ciigluh and ' been so badly damaged. j
Ameilcaa papers spoke of." "We Ihought It had lust gl ded aeamst
AFTER SHORT ILLNESS
It can 't gap in the
can 7 bind in the crotch
-give, double wear where
the wear it hardest
alwayg fiti perfectly
Allritti, itjUl tnjfabrici $1,001 $SM
UtH ftd dialtri av itGtt it ttitf.
Tut Si r i not. UgDtavt ear Co. Piqus, 0.
HE CAN'T QUIT '
Neal Stops It In Three Dayp,
Every reader of this paper haa aonih'
relative, employe or miloyr, friend o
acquslntsno of whom they and Othef..
friends regretfully sar: "He Is ueh 1
good man. so bright and capable In verV
WSV whn inhi, .. i. i- ,.u
. . . , WH., U1M n ,B inn nail.
that HE CAN'T QUT using that awful
muii mat runs him of his reason, ruin
body and mind and wreck home."
No one know, understands and grlsvea
and suffer over thla fact mora than thai
man who I thua afflicted. H wants tuu
scan, and at time In th hour of ufJl
faring and distress which alwaya ac'r
oompsnlsa and follow th debauch
would give anything to find a way oil
mean of escape. To such men end thosdv
Interested In them the Neal I a godsend
It will "ob up" ny case In a u4!
hours-It will perfectly cur any can
of alcoholism that I acctpted for treat
ment In the short spar of time of only"
three day. If you don't believe this;''
Investigate and you will believe W will .
furnish you references to thousands ot.
cured patients, to hundreds of th beat
and leading men In the country. Last
but not least, w will not chant you k
slngle cent unless you and all Interested
sie entirely aatlrfied at the end of Uia
all or addt csa The Neal Institute;''
IUU K. loth Htroet. Tclrphone UouglaAr
;.'e. Omsha, Neb.
(M KAX STIIAMHHII8.
Wlllard Buttn. son of W. U. Butte
of fttet-tiYM .lams Hhf.ihtin mad? the
arrest: which ts the firpt in Mayor I1m-
ior canu-aisn tor ciean city. L.evy
wa relai-l on bond.
Fire Again Attacks
FROM CARTORA'S SHOT
iw w romi omiuri, wner lie i in TO wun a anuoi nanerui 01 chipped ; ane compnny. oieu jtufiwJi v f
rested two weeks and allowed nb one 1 1 e. It had been chlpjied from the berg Mm Ii.. from the eflc ts of InUammitory j
to knoiv be hao been one ot the pas- ;cnd fallen on t'-e deck. 'rheumatism, wi.lch slfeetmi his hes-e j
a, risers of the lllfated S!.lp. Hs Is Jist I I'o you wsnt lo feel an Icfbetc" Mr. Butts and wife are tisvell.ig In Call- .
recovering from biulsee and th iio-k he ak-l, and gave nie a handful. !t aas i ft-nls, but hsve been notified of their
hu sustained In th osuetr pjr. , ,lrvr I ate rome of It. 1 guess I am 'runs d.a h The tol he brouht !
W r 1 . ' - n ' dimii- in- wnij iihii in II IV wwTH who I I U I DC III Will 1 . 1 n.i -" ' -" ' - -
KJJJTJTy jyialL JJ.OUSG ,irl Uniaha n ui steamer, V.'u iliier iceberg that wrecked th Tltsnlr." Wool- !be m"ii after the paente hsve returned, j
t J I said he did not kr.oa the Omaha raer- ner laughed. "But It was good fresh ' Voung Duns was In the autumoolle bul-'
; chant. Tne steamer was so large, lie ; a stee ice " ! aers m For.tlai-. .
Fire of unknown origin again started . ,, lh. M ,., mu.i , ifiei hi. inn u-.i. . ,n ....... ! !
In the building at Second and Woolworth j j. o the saloon and seldom ti e same to London on the llauretanla. lie has ! einrtl I Ml V BtrrflUCD
streets, which wss formerly occupied by j ,wlc. c.- the Atlantic many times a:,d It CROLA MAT KtLUVtl.
u.e ua.e vn jisn company ana used j ... un Woolner s bleboat, tbe last a.s from eiperlences of hla trtp. prior
a a malt house. Karly Monday morning eua.B, 0 txi: to be lowered away from to tlie Titsnle vovaim ifcat h w..
Ore was discovered In the north wing lb, -nltlI1 vmI, that lull Louie, oua ' vised this time by hs phvtirlan to tske ; Frsnk Lrola. th Italian freight handler
of the building and before it wss extln- , of Ult ,wlat wn,. nn B hve the Titsnle. ho was shot May t by Carl Cartora, an
guished almost the enUre end of the , ilttn lound. su Lkm to safety. Louis, ' "The last t.me." he said. "I rod on 'other Italian, who shot at another, but
r hUS y'd- C""ni a lo" 1 Orawd only In a nlgbtgown with a scarf a ship that was damp and rather un- hit Crota. I reeorud on the roao to re-
' bound srou.id his toruaL was carried by , kmpt and I contracted the Influent, 'oovery at St. Joseph s hasplta' CroU
Yesterday afternoon th building again wKlmer. who protected h.m from th Th dtor advised nie to take the Tl-' was operated up.,n last nlgut by Dr. T
caught fir In th same part and the fire co,d amler a big lur coat. ! tanlc thla Mm because, he aald. It was T Urrl. and the bullet which ni
detiartment had a hard battle to keep it , cMi kt:yt cryi luT u, rHU, " new, clean and dry. with plenty of hgbt. him In th tnlgh wa removed. It Is U.
from destroying tbe entire building. Tes- uld ne . , , f0UD4 xmm crackers to Iteved be w'll be able to be about in
''r,f" t.?, h. r'p.? !!!; TT "wd nlm- EvWT Ume he Mr" ,0 .vHr. few week. :.rtor . being held upo i
awioing in owned ey rt t. reteraoa 1 l d B,m . tracgr. but I had a J SIOl'X fITY. la.. Msy M. Walter a chrg of awult with a deadly weapon.
' " " r, " . oeucd am. keeping that child o.ulet." Miller, spit ball pttetier, has been disposed I - ,
inc ure aionaay. ' of hr the management of ih iw i Tu Ferslstenl aud aiw.ious I s of:
J Imam I ltrk-.l - l' i . . . . i
, Wssum leagtM team to ZanaavUta, q.. I newspsper auvernsing is in noes, to
wooiner mane ma escape from OeeK ln lB, central league.
THt PERrtCT UNION 4UIT!
tM KAN STKAMHUII'K.
t? WHITE STAR?
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Kiew Setosj tSJ.75
OsetlsMtsbui 1 1 M jj.
vange Koeklngt with Lecslsrents
' kpas s time, chicsgo. IM.
aud Is fully Insured
morning ws .thought
caused by tramp
to hav been ,
ltv firm Ytk mrf
a w lerv HtrtaT Tarrk taf V
om New iorK to jW, r
FRENCH LINE: n
nicilie of Kf n shipboard thst max a Toy si anioyabl and
merooraoi nt cat, concerts, daily piper, elevators, an
ticinf euisin. epurlaooa oil ice rs anal men, Wireless ana .
ubxaann bell cauiamant insure aaletw. Ilt aMiiief
"Franc,' th largest, iatt and moat magniiieent Conti-
I .ntai . jarnri Surv TirMH S!BMr mtomi. Aliwsi asilts
rqM cmom rr" M(B-irq vr paneisr wecua 11 rsbls mm
I4( te tS. All itiiwn lake tMtbrlr Mtm w. kwh iiai
sasi - ( Nms, rim bsusasi auk: t. & KerseMa. Mat Sanaa I
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