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BRIEF CITY NEWS
are Boot lariat n.
- Clark, signs, lth and Doug'as.
Xleetrle Kali Bryan, Burgeas-Orandea
TJ Xavoy Make Oaraaa Patay
Have;', police desk sergeant. i3 enjoying
his ten-day vacation by planting garden.
W. Marshall, night sergeant, goes
upon hit annual leave shortly.
Bnrgterg ars rrlghteaed -After re
moving the rear storm door an J a large
filat in lha Smb. t . l . .
hn r.n-i.-H ,h . i
j ph-(. r r IT
J. rieaman. 3 North Sixteenth street,
aL. J Tf V'ednn 'o" th- ""!
door and the (lass some distance away 1
iron u.. pi.ee oi ouaness and clothint;
TareweU to Castsllar Pupils, friends
and patrons of Castellar school have Uen
Invited to a farewell celebration iYlday
afternoon at 1 o'clock. The Invitation
general and Is Issued by Henry Jourdan.
president of the class of mi The cele
bration is over the fact that the Castel
lar school will go nut r f commission this
year and will be replaced next year by a
new structure, now neatly complete.
Hoar Adds to Soo at sUvervlew Two
deer have been added to the menagerie
at Rlvervlew park. They were unloaded
from the erate fighting against imprison
ment, and turned loose In the park. The
deer, two does, are the gift of Charles
Barton and come from his ranch at
Do Soto, Neb. There are now loir fine
bucks at Rlvervlew and a healthy herd
of does, although several died within
the last year.
mo Bat Clarities Issas Mica have
invaded the offices of the Associated
Charities and wrought havoc with the
collection of garden seeds sent for free
distribution by Uncle Sam. An appeal Is
being mad to those who Intend "planting
something" this spring to come In and
secure the seed before the mice have
.spoiled all. "We don't mind the mice,"
said Miss Porter of the Charities;" In
fact, w rather enjoyed having them
around. But now that they have started
In on destruction of our garden seeds we
would be willing to dispense with both
mice and seed."
VERDICT FOR INJURIES
IS GIVEN TO CRIPPLE
A verdict for tlo.eOO was returned yes
terday In th suit brought by Smith
Arbuckl against th Armour Packing
company m United Stat district court.
Th Jury was sut from I o'clock yester
day afternoon to 1 o'clock Tuesday night
when their finding was sealed.
Arbuckl sued the packing company for
let, for injuries sustained while In Its
employ. Leaning on a crutch he pre
sented a sorroarful picture la the taking
of testimony and arguments while th
case was on trial.
,. 1 P(Q)Wffli? W
ejjl Absolutely Pure
4l Theonly Baking Powdermade W-k,
from Royal QtoniDTflrtar SgT
FAYOR A WHEEL TAX LAW
Commissioners See Opportunity to
Improve Omaha Boulevard.
LABGE SUM COULD BE LEVIED
.. . i
aaefc Orelaasrr la la Force la
Other I Idea aad Woald t
Walks eixS.lHto to Sl.Vi.
vehicle tax ordinance. desinned
compel owners of all wh.-e.ed vonvey-
anew. except babv a,r.P. to rav an
new commissioner, du.lng their first year
Such a tax is no levied on vehicles bv
other cities and city hall officials say
It would net Omaha beteeen I'.aw and
$156,006 per year.
There are now more than autonio
bilts in Omiha A tax additions! to the
one now paid by auiolsts. rvmsing from r
to rer year, acvt.rulnf: to the way th-.'
commissioners saw it. vuulj nel bo ex
orbitant. It U atgued.
Asrcvable to Aatolats.
"I think It would be fair enough," --aid
one automjb.lc driver, "and 1 would
willingly pay It to help niant.nn th)
bouiivanK We are chiefly resimnslb!
for damage done toe boulrvuids and
ought to be willing to bear a fair share
of the expense of maintaining them."
A vehicle tax would also tompel drivers
of buggies, wagons and vans to tay an
nually Into the city treasury from ft to
CS each. Thia money could be used at
the discretion of th commissioners. Be
cause the appropriation of 11.000,000 al
lowed by the charter has been made this
year, the tax would be or no avail.
However, those Interested believe when
the charter Is written. If It ever is. a
vehicle tsx would be one of the provisions
and would relieve the financial sttua'.loi
considerably, while it would work hard
ship on none.
Dies from Injuries
Theodore Self, th driver for a local
brewery, who was thrown from his scat
Tuesday noon at Fourteenth and Web
ster streets and run over by hla team,
died yesterday morning at St. Joseph's
hospital. He was taken there last night
after his condition became critical. He
lived at 1M1 South Nineteenth street-
It's a Barataa- Inaaae
not to hav Bucklen's Arnica Salv to
cure burns, ecsema, bolls, sores, piles,
cuts, bruises, wounds and ulcers, ttc.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co.
Vincent C Hascall. prison reporter on
th Lincoln Star, Is visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. William Altstudt, his grandparents.
South Omaha Champions
of Jmitrmunu School. Chaniniun
Speller at eoutu ouaha Cubllu Schools.
Clothes to Remove
Evidence in Case
In order to ellmlna'.e certain Incrim
inating evidence, namely, a flashy blue
suit, Bertie Jesse Lee Wllliby. who stols
W In casn and checks from the Nebraska
Telephone company and was returned
her from a little town In the stats.
traded clothes with Oscar Adainsen In
the city Jail yesterday. The exchange
waa not noticed until Inter, when Adam
son was walking out of the pollrs sta
tion, after being discharged.
Acting Chief of Detectives Devtreeae
recoiinlsed the suit as the one which
Wllliby was wearing when arrested and
which he procured from afort'a stnrs at
107 South Sixteenth street upon s forged
check and stopped him. He was sur
prised to find a different man wearing
th suit. Suspecting that something waa
wrong, he detained Adamson until Wll
liby was brought In. and Wllliby was
seen wearing Adamson's clothes. As a
result of Wllllby's anxiety to dispose of
the suit he will wear overalls during his
confinement In the county Jail awaiting
trial. He waa bound over to th district
court In bond after waiving prelim
Permits to smoke. 5 cents. All dealers.
U I Oil
THE BEK: OMAHA. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1912.
liainpion Seller cf the Fifth tirade
is Dead of Old Age
at Home in Benson
Kev. A. M. Totman. pioneer resident of
Nebraska, died of apoplexy and Infirm!
ties due to advanced age, yesterday mom
ing at t o clock at his home In Benson
He was 77 years old.
Rev. Totman was born In Oswego. N
T . on April 2, 1KB, grew to manhod end
was married there. In earlier year h
worked as a cooper. Ha served In th
civil war and afterward entered th Bap
tist ministry. He cam to Long Pin.
Neb.. In ISO. and In ISM removed to Hen
son, where he engaged both In ths mln
Istry and truck farming, until his retire
His wife, together with whom he cole
bated his sixtieth wedding annlvery In
10. survive him. There are also three
daughters. Sirs. Hattle Kurgeson of
Grandlson. N. T.; Mrs. Nettle Morris of
Seattle and Mis Cora Totman of Ben
son, Corlls Totman of Chadron. There
are four grandchildren and on great
O. ". Homann. re South Thirty-eighth
avenue, frame dwelling. U.0U0, O. C. inlan
der. 7707 Woolworth avenue, frame dwell'
Ing. 12 W, P. F. Kanl, 8$ Hurt, addi
YOTES OF DOUGLAS COUNTY
Totals (or Primary oa national and
ROOSEVELT T.T-ATI UNCHANGED
Canvassing- Board Makes Report
secretary of State oa the Re
salt of the Klertloa Meld
a April 1.
The rem asa of th Douglas county vote
at the gensral primary of April 1 was
completed down to and Including the vote
for congressman by th canvassing boari
yesterday and th abstract of th vol
was sent to Secretary of ISat Walt. Th
Total vote 1S.U Total voie
La Follette I.m Ciark ......
Hooseveli &.a Harmon ...
Kosa 1 Hos
lalt lsoa ....
I'NITKD S1ATES SENATOR.
Brown wiw Heed t,l
turns l.iAi Hheilanberger .. I,
ELECTORS-AT-L.A HU B.
Broatch .W w intersteen
Orlnlea Ueusnausen .
, r.bl iW
Howell .Us f anning
Hoscwater t.' Hail , LIU
Field as.IlHinn I
ixv. 4.l Huonoork 4.4
Mol'arthy .' Loomla a,eil
Mernam s,su omun
Harkett i.tbl Watver i.Sii
li,,.n 2. lit
. i.appH tlvi
Van lieuaen.... ,
HKCONO UlS'l HICT IBLEATE(.
Bsum 1I MrShan 1,9s
Hoot .alimyth '
Swanson . stiehlow !,;
Towie Woodrough .... i.ew
Hm ONU LilHTHICT Alar"Ali.o.
W nits l.l
Aldrlrh s.Ju Metoalfa ...... I.nt
Nswton t.l Morehead .!
Fries t-M biers l.sU
Varnsr l.fl 1
Walta i.Wi Oatewood 1.M
Wnitesldes .... I.1MI
Blslr Oil Blcnmond MM
Oeorge Hal: 1.S17
llamer i1' Keybolt ,lu
MUl'KKINTBNUBN T I nsTi ItUV. IV.. ..
Densll Clark I.M
Whilehorn M Monroe 1,0
Wnltensad .... l.U
Martin Morrlssey I. Ml
COMMISSIONER IJkNDB AMD BUlw-
Bassett I.1M Eastham 1.N3
Celten l.let Harmon !.!
Harrison l.iiiHaysaa Lets
Hediund l.MsHinkl K
Tsylor Msupla I.MS
Hlei kburn I.-IIbeck .
Hsa-r lew Lewis 4
ttaldrlgs .4iStoeckr i.n
For No. 1 t,Kli For Mo. 1 I.M4
Agalnat No. 1.. I.SM Against No. .. inl
For Nn. I .401jFor No. 1 M1
Against No. 1.. I. IMl Against No. I., m
ror mo. . roe hi. i.u
Agslnst No. 1.. 1.04 Against No. .. 1
ror No. a.))' For No. 4
Agslnst No. 4.. 1,411 Agslnst No. 4.
For No. i 1.1(0. For No. 1
Against No. .. LUal Against No.
reeple'e ladepeadeal Party.
Total vote. M. For president. Wilson, Ml
For United Stale, senator. Reed, I, Snel
len berger, 11; Thompson. 11 For electors-at-largs:
I loth. l; Wood, K. Second dis
trict elector: Cowlas. d For governor:
Metcalf. M: More head, 11 or sscretary
of suit: Oatewood, 11; Keller. M; White
st dee, I For elate auditor: Richmond, 8.
For statetreaaurer: Hall, 17; Seybold, 11.
For stale treasurer: Hall. 17; Seybold. 1L
; Monroe, U For attorney general: Mor
rlssey, M: Terry. 14. For lend and building
ooromissloner: Harmon. 9; Hayden, V;
Immt. 4: Simmon. 4; Stamm. 1 For No.
L ; against. 1 For No. X against, II.
For No. 1 17; against. 1 For No. , S;
against, I. For No. a, 34; against, .
Total vote. Ma. For electors-at-Iarge:
Bell, 161; Canrlght. ML For electors. Bee
end district: Brlllhart. - . For governor:
Wright. 17. For ttsutenant governor: Jf
tryes, lit Far suu auditor: Austin, 177.
For stat treasurer: Van Allen. IM. For
attorney general: , Ml. For laad and
building cosaiaessloiMr: Phelps, 17. For
railway commissioner: Lamms, IM. For
congressman. Second district: Carter, Is.
For No. I. 1C: against. 1 For No. t, Ms;
sgalsat, n. For No. . IM; against,
For Na 4. IU; against, M. For No. i. Ud;
The total aroWMUoa vote 4.
Boys and Parents
This is Your Store, Too!
Boys, it's your store because you'll find here the kind of
clothes that you'll be proud to be seen in the kind that will
make the other fellows want a suit like yours.
Parents, it's your store because these suits that the boy
will want are the kind yon can best afford to buy. The kind
that will stand more hard knocks, more rough usage more of
the rough and tumble boy life than any you have known.
Boys' suits in hundreds of patterns, all of them all wool,
all of them with two pairs of trousers The strongest values in
this town todav are ours at
Sacred Heart Pupils
of the Music Glasses
Give Fine Program
Junior pupils of ths Sacred Heart
school of music, conducted In connection
with th Hatred Heart school at Twenty
second and Blnney streets, gave a moat
delightful musical entertainment Tuesday
evening. Many friends of th school and
parents of th children enjoyed th long
and well rendered program, which waa
Uvea under ths direction of Bister Mary
David, a gradual of th conservatory
of music at Letpetg, who studied with
Song Without Word lloelsel
What th Birdies Sav Spauldlng
Seal Walts Mclntyre
Among the Mowers Orth
Possums Swing In the Trees.. Spauldlng
Learning to Walls Mlssa
Ths Harebell Smallwood
Doll's Dream Oesten
Ths Robin's Lullaby Krogmann
Happy School lays Anthony
Jumping Jack llled
Th Tally Ho Swift
Toung Hearts Hergmanll
Curious Story Heller
Rustle Dance , Howell
Adelaide O Nell.
In the Boat Morris
Revert Field house
Sloop, My Dolly Swift
Valss Caprlrs Spauldlng
Alh-a O Nell.
Dance of the Clowns Kllrnberg
A Hprlng Flower Relssenger
Frolic Von Wllm
In th Rose Uarden ReinhoMt
Annla Rusaltsr. .
Society Works for
Laws to Restrict
J. A. Leevttt, D. D, superintendent of
th State Society for th Friendless, I
visiting clergymen and asking them to
e-operat with him and hi society to se
cure th passage of a law prohibiting
the marriage of confirmed pauper, crim
inal. Imkeollss, habitual drunkards and
thoss suffering from contagious or vener
Dr. Leavltt I also sending oul a cir
cular In which be give the following five
reasons for th law: Frequency of di
vorce, Increase of pauperism, vice and
crime, deterioration of the race, bad
moral, cost of crime.
"Ws submit to our brethren," said Dr.
Lesvltt. "that these are weighty reasons
for the aassags of a restricted marriage
law. All tf you will admit and ought to
work for a la wthal would prevent a
couple marrying unless they hav a
IS1' I I III I II II I III E3
Men's Clothing Dept.
A "Big Scoop" of over
Two Thousand Pairs
of Men's and Youths' Trous
ers go on sale Thursday and
will continue throughout
the week; $5.00, 34.50 and
$4.00 values all at one uni
Hundreds of patterns to
pure wool and worsteds, cassimeres, tweeds,
etc. Young men's trousers cut full peg with
three-inch turnup bottoms. All sizes, all
lengths. It's the best proposition we have
ever offered. Men, get in on this.
health teriiacate from a reputable physician.
Omaha Real Estate
Exchange Has a Big '
Th Omaha Real Rstatr exchang ecle-'
brated Its twenty-firth anniversary at'
the meeting yesterday by Informal die- '
cusslon and reminiscences. The articles -of
Incorporation, filed October W, 1SW,
and the list of charter members were
read. As the membership list was read '' "
of the different member volunteered
reports on th ones in th list, many
having died and several scattered t ,.
throughout th United States and Europe.
Of th list those who remain are: George
Wallace. A. P. Tukcy. D. C. Patterson.
I. V. Sholea. F. D. Wead, J. W. Bobbins ,r
and W. T. Graham.
T. S. Clarkson waa president of th
original organisation, with W. H. Green
and P. B. Woodleaf as vie president and 11
sscrstsry-treasurer, respectively. There
were sixty-two member. t
The exchange accepted the Invitation of ,.,
the Commercial club to attend the sev-'"'
enth horn trade excursion to be mad
to th new Burlington freight depot
SEWER CONNECTIONS MUST , '
BE MADE BEFORE JUNE ONE-,,
Cltlarns mh have not mad ewr con-"
noctlons, either through delay or because '
an extension of lime ha been granted,
will be farced to mak such connections u
before the first of June or fao th pos-l(l
slbillty of srreat. Warrant will be pro
pared and served on those who have been
notified and hav not mad connections
by th first of th month. !9i
Take Notlct of Th!$ .
Tha World's Greatest
Water Fete and Carnival
will b held In Detroit
July I2d to 2Tth. Ar
range your vacation for
that week, and accept
the welcome of Detroit.
This Festival commem
orate the founding of
Detroit, the home city of
the biggest adding ma
chine factory In the
world. While you are in
Detroit, come and go
through our model fac
tory and see how the Bur
roughs Adding Machine
Bummglu Aiding Mac Air C.
H. W. SPALDING, tales Sfessr,
SM ttlk Street,
TL Douglas T2IL,
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