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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, MAY 29. 1912.
jlQMAN BESTSTRDCK DRIVER
tfioestess to lata Him with Whip
fl uies on aonei.
COPPER TAXIS mrn pabx
ens Crwevel Wlumn Exotttas
aeea la m Bawatowa Alley
Eh i not very trie woman, but she
has a b!g heart, treat lovs and deep
sympathy for dumb brutes, and a com
manding determination to prr.ee t them
from Inhuman treatment. At the woon
hour yesterday she wae pas i rig the alley
on Sixteenth between Douglas and Dudg
street, when aba waa attracted by the
aharp, stinging crack of a lath. She
turned and ut two bi( fine work horses
atumble to their kneea la ths-r faithful
effort to move a heavy loal
In an liuunt she ww fjned with the
tire of a tigress, this little sympathetic
woman. "Don't you dare strike Ujea
hones Main." she screame'l at tu
"Aw. jo wan, who's dolt( 'iti- was
i the surly reply emphasised by another
I vicious lash that wain brought tbi stiug
I gllng horses to their om. cutting tkem
I on the bard cobble pavuneat.
) ae Makes Brave threat.
"If you dare to whip those boms
again. I'll tails that lash to you," she
came back bravely.
The big . truck driver saw that she
meant business -Jil he began O weaken
little, especially u etsw of the f,t
that pedestrian were gailte.-iog by ire
core In the alley.
To crowds grew so large tiut a police
ma was attracted to the scene, and
(Tatptng the situation he lost La time
is taking the pan of the little woman.
The blueeoat commanded the unaii'.'rg
driver to get an additional team or torsos
to pull the heavy load, wbjen wsignod
tour tons. He compiled reluct it. v. but
van the two teams could not budge ths
truck. The poUoamaa then ordered an
other team, and It required the com
bined strength of all six animals to do
what two war Strug I'ng to do under
He Heart U Term. 1
Gfet bis maaulilnt animate mi. tit
1 think that they should be subjected to
such treatment!" aba said a a Gambling
voice that gave a pretty contrast to her
determined commands v the driver. "It
simply tear my heart." and eom thought
they saw a tear trickle down icr cheek
as she worked her way out of the crowd.
Ths brave HtUe woman la Mr. C H.
Johnson, a member of the Hum in so
ciety of Detroit The torses tnat were so
brutally treated are owned by Crate
Co., wholesale plumbing sapplljs. Tenth
and Harney street. The driver Is in
charge of truck No. 4, but be' thinking
ot changing it to No. 3.
( on Memorial Day
1 Ths Omsha postofflce and all branch
1 stations will be closed at 11 o'clock on
; the morning of Decoration day.
One general delivery window will be
open from to t o'clock In the evening.
The four and five trip carriers will make
: two deliveries, not leaving on the second
delivery later than I s). All other carriers
will make but one delivery, that In the
Postmaster Wharton wishes the postal
employes to observe the day with their
families and has allowed the collectors
two hours' additional leave from their
work oa that day for this reason.
OJTE CP THE DEITIES OF THE BIG
DECORATION DAT SACE.
Bert Dlngley, who will drive a nigh
powered Simplex racing car through the
second snnusl WO-rutl international
Sweepstakes race at the Indianapolis
Motor Speedway, next Memorial day.
Dlngley has been one of the best drivers
in the racing game, but most of his nota
ble winnings have been made In the
west. He participated, without success,
however, in the 1910 Vanderbllt race.
Dlngley Simplex Is a privately owned
Charities Board to
Name Successor to
Miss Jontz Soon
A special meeting of the directors of
the Associated Charities will be called
within the next few days to appoint a
secretary to replace Mies Ida V. Jonu.
who goes to Chicago to a better position.
Several applications have been received,
among them that of Miss Mabel Porter,
now assistant to Miss Jonlx and formerly
charity worker In Chicago.
Mrs. H. H. Heller, former superintend
ent of the Detention home, now ot Chl
csgo. Is a candldats for the assistant
superlntencency of the charities, It Is
MRS. STUHT MUST PAY
AN INHERITANCE TAX
Objections to the assessment of an 'n
heritance tax against the widow of the
late Ernest Stuht were overruled by
Judge Bryce Crawford In county court
Proposed workmen's compensation law
tIM. for the 140.0n estate. The will gavs
Mrs. Htuht a life Interest In all the prop
erty, which upon her desth wss to pass
to the four children. Shortly before his
death Mr. Stuht deeded all his prop
erty to his wife. Because the property
wss hers regsrdless ot the will Mr
Stuht contended she should pay no tax.
Judge Crawford held that Ihe deed was
made In anticipation of death and there
fore was In fact an effort bjr Mr. Stuht
to execute his own will.
Key to ths Situation Bee Advertising.
Ranges Are Fine and !
Stock is Doing Well
"I am very optimistic on th outlook f
cattle this f all, " said C. K Shtppca, cat
tie raiser ot Cherry oounty. Kabrastut,
stopping at the Merchant. "Of eourae
there has Nn considerable stock bouftU
at the trd and shipped back to pasture
fur feeding;, but cattle oa the, hoot should
come may under present price later m
the year. There are enormous hard
etlil to be seen In the range country-"
Shlppen la an owner ot 1300 aires near
Cascade and has W head of his own,
Bftftde this he has a larga flock of sheep
from whivh ha expects goodly return,
"Prevent prices cannot continue for
long, it a vary near the top of the mar
ket even if It hasn't reached that mark
already," continued Shippen. "The pas
tures are in excellent condition and feed
ers are coming along excellently. I cn
see only the best of an outlook de
spite the limited amount of stock cattle
men hare to go on.
'Shorthorns and steers are becoming
less numerous. The larger percentage
of this stork on the range ts cow anrt
heifers. This rhange has come In th
last to or three years. Cattleman are
hurt from this, as coma and heirtrs do
not bring the price of steers.
Tinners Agree on
Eighty striking tinners returned to their
jobs yesterday, having accepted a com
promise advance of ft cents an hour.
They have been out since the first ot the
The original demand was for an advance
ot from 40 to 47H cents aa hour, but ths
demand wss refused. The compromise wss
offered, but It was turned down by the
tinners, because the masters Insisted the!
the boss workmen withdraw from the
union. This point was finally gained by
the masters also.
SPEEDERS MAKE MISTAKE
IN ASKING FOR DELAY
When G. A. Blxby of 167 Emmet
street: J. B. Blanchard of HIT south
Twenty-ninth street, arrested 8unday tor
Deeding with automobiles, asked for a
continuance of their case Monday morn
Ing they mad a mistake. Judge Altstadt
was in an amiable frame of mind that
morning and discharged all automobile
speeders brought before hill. eH felt dif
ferently the next day and fined every
one. Both war fined tit and costs. O
W. Bland of M South Twenty-second
street was assessed tS and costs.
The cases of Q, W. Edwards, real estate
man, and Herman Isarus, a merchant
of Dow City. Ia., were continued until
BAR ASSOCIATION TO
DISCUSS COMPENSATION ACT
Proposed workmen's compensation Isw
will bs discussed by Victor Roaewater,
editor of The Bee at the monthly meeting
and smoker of th Omaha Bar associa
tion at the I'nlverslty club tomorrow
evening. The address will be followed
by general discussion of the subject.
Mr. Roe water Is a member of the com
mission appointed by the governor if
study the subject and report an a work
men's compensation act for passage by
the legislature next winter.
Th legislative committee will make
recommendations for proposed change Ip
statute governing legal procedure.
TRADE MARK fl
ft KG. US. PAT. OFF.
Only the gen' tine "Poto$k lit1 Summer Under
wear nai this I ibeL Urtc nditional Guarantee
Bond with ever jaiment . beware of imitation.
They're numero itv Caeptu gen uine'Poroi knit1
with any imitatii n. Turn tin garment inside out
Note how we se v the ieamt '. wice throughout and
tape the seat-tei m and front opening of drawers.
All garments so inkhed that he wearer is pleased
always with the! look the fcel the wear.
Real comfort in cenuine
They are cool and elastic not tta loose one
Another ht nist right all over.' -
All styles. Union Suits fit np"bJeir flaps button and un
button easily and stay buttoned wlHe on. Di away with double
-i . t . T" an i I. e 1 1
uuccness at warn, j ry - rorosmut- in any style..
Fot EfsfX-Any Style, Shirti and Drawers
JvIenjUsf V per garfaent, -
Union Suits-ll.Ojj Meni :50c
CHALMERS KWITTOKi COMr ANY.V yt aalsuvroaiSt, ftaiUsnl., N.Y.
place and too snug
B, k your opinion, this farment, labeW at below.
fails to gfee roa its cost value ia arjderwear isiufsctKa. letura k elnet
to us grid we will sepUce k or icfund your rnoner, irxaxlmf postage.
This tusaritee applies to every genuine Poroskait ' armeot Bot
turned f Seconds of 'Imperfect11 across the 'Pososkn LabrJ.
Clakasn Kmatrng Csaspaar, Amstsnkaa, Mew Yerk
WIND STOPS URGE! EVENTS
Hebruka Sporttmen's Association
Begins Tourney Today. j
FAIL TO MAKE GOOD SHOWINGS
.were Tkaa ISO Maarwds frame all
Farte t the (tat Ire la Attead
airt at the Thirty-sixth
Th high wind which blew across th
Omaha Gun club's grounds this morning
mad good shooting almost Impossible at
the Thirty-seventh annual tournament of
the Nebraska State Sportsmen's associa
tion, which opened this morning. A few
professional managed to get in a few
Shortly before noon the wind rate to
such a velocity that It carried send tor
hundreds of feet, blinding the nimreds
nd an adjournment was called.
But four of the regular events were
started and a total of sixty shots were
tired by about fifty men. Over 1J0 nlm
rods are In Omaha for the big tourney.
Th following si-ores were made, the
entrants shooting at sixty tsrgets:
J. Miller S P. O. Whitney.... el
F. T. levering.. s J. 3. Pay a
B. W. TOxon t: " A. Thorpe 4.1
H. u Rlphauser. Carl Porter 4
Havld Sooeg t Kreel M
YV. B. Townrsend i4' A Magnusaen.... ST
E. W. Verner.... U' W. r. MrNamara 41
C. Capstlcks K. MrNamara 41
M. Thompson v p. D. Uross 4
Tom Marshall... Kil O'Brien U
Fred Bills X' Chas. Hfllsworth. 4t
Fred Csldaell.... U Oeorge Maswell.. U
John Garrett.... 451 J Ksutskev M
Porter White.... s William Kiiilev... 54
M. F. Hosier K. Neville 7
Wm. Watkln.... 4 A. R. McUonnell.. 4N
-. t. Bene man.. 4k j. Maney ;
C. Qanimun si H. W. Fair M
J. u. van t-'ott.. 4t w. 8. Prawn 43
v. K. Armagast 44i 8. A. Hurtley....
Billy Horn if Guy lrham M
Q. A. Schroeder.. 4 W. Wadington.... 47
C. Oasse 41! Dan Bry ii
. taton 4 Tom Hupford 36
v. Hce.ensie.... Mi
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a and Mayer trade mark on the sole
r r t. i 1 1 r.L. txr u. 1 . ,. -u. Ut
Comfort shoes represented as Martha Washington shoes, with-
out this name and trade mark, are imitations. Remember this when
you buy. Don't let looks, shape or design deceive you. The gen- f
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Mayer Martha Wsshtegton Cora
Ibrt Shoe have no button or laces.
Elastic at the sides yield wrth the
ssotsaa ot the loot and insure a
west, smooth and comfortable fit.
If won seek fenum comfort, 60
Dot accept a substitute bat demand
the shoe that will give you the
girataat amount of wear and aatia
facUcn. Insist upon the genuine,
la aQ tueg and three heights.
May Sell Farnam
Negotiation tor the sal ot th four
story building st HU Farnam street are
being Mad by th Brand! Interests, ths
owner and th Independent Realty com
pany. Leroy C. Wrath will occupy th
building with a restaurant It th purchase
Th Brandeis Intaresta, It I ssld. ask
SlM.tOs for th property.
Should aa agreement be reached by
which th property change hands, Lsroy
C. Wroth will remodel th structure and
occupy It aa restaurant. All four flours
wUI be reflnlshad and decorated, and the
building will be extended to th alley.
Th building la now occupied by the Chi
cage. Milwaukee St. Paul ticket offices
nd the Brunswick pool hall. Th upper
fleers ar used by Ihe Branded stores.
Governors Will Give
Banquet for Penf old
Ths ex-member nt the board of gov
ernors ot th Knight of Ak-8r-Ben and
th present members will unite Friday
evening at the Omaha elub and tender
dinner and reception to H. J. Penfold. re
tiring secretary. At th meeting of the
board laat night In th Omaha club this
plsn wss mad and Joe Barker was ap
pointed head ot an arrangement committee.
Th board approved June 10 as th
data for th first inltlstlon night at th
den, and they had considerable satisfac
tion In th fact that Ak-8r-Ben ha
gained lei member during th last week,
bringing th 1911 membership an to 41.
which Is 300 more than It wa laat year
at thla time.
rharle Pickens said last night the
den play bed alresdy bn accepted by
the board of governor, but he would not
ay whose production It ts or whtt ths
till la This will be announced at next
Monday's meeting la all probability.
Baldrige to Speak
Before Hebrew Club
In th veetrv room at TemnU -.i
this evening the Toung Men's Hebrew
sssoelatlon will be addressed by
Howard H. Baldrlgs. his subleet heine
one of special Interest to vnune m.n
There will be several musical numbers.
on being a violin solo by Rudolph
The Dlsns looklna to aeetiHn rw...
downtown for th association are pro-
greasing rapidly. Option have been
secured on a eauDle af 1U.l1.hl. k,iim
and a tease la likely to be signed within
a fe daya. It I possible that thla may
It la th announcement will be made at
BUSINESS MEN WILL
SPEAK AT SCHOOLS FRIDAY
C. C. Bolden. in charge of speakers for
th Know Omaha week. I lining up an
army of speaker to go to th school
Friday to deliver addresses on Omaha.
At Hi meeting af the Ad elub today
thirteen spes Iters volunuteersd their ser
vices. Th list ot speakers will be mad
out by Mr. Belden tomorrow and those
wanted to speak at th schools will be
notified In time to prepare speeches.
There will be a list ot forty-five mad
J. J. M' LAIN FUNERAL
TO BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY
Th funeral of Jama J. Mclin, who
died Monday morning at old ag. will b
held from th hue residence, 904 North
Twenty-fifth street, this afternoon
at I o'clock. Rev. Milton B. Wil
liam of First Mthodlt church will of
ficiate. Interment will be privet in
Prospect Hill eemetsry- Th active pall
bearer will be:
C. W. Ie Lamatre. 1. V. Robinson.
u. Mm jisnrnm, a sen nose,
C. U Kawl(. John J. Tom.
The honorary psllbearar:
J. W. Cobum. E. A. Parmelee
Pevld Cole. c. K. Weiler.
Charles A. Goes. R. 11. Wilcox.
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pair of Mayer Martha Washington Comfort Shoes.
Your dealer has the genuine or can get them for you. Refuse
substitutes as the genuine Mayer Martha Washington Comfort
Shoes are obtainable. If you cannot find a dealer, write to us.
F. Mayer Boot & Shoe Co, Milwaukee
OH MEN MEETAT CASPER
Producer, of Wyoming Field Meet in
OMAHA IS WELL REPRESENTED
t altera oil Teat and Lower Rate
aa Oil Marhlaery Will Be Hi -eassed
Delegate to 1 tall -Oil
CAPPER. Wyo., May a-iKnevtal tele
gram.) With KM or more oil man In at
tendance from various Wyoming oil
fields, the second annual convention of
th Wyoming Oil Men association
opened a two dsy's session here this
morning. Dlsousslun of His admlnlnlra-
tlon'i conservstlon policy and movement
lo secure uniform legislation regsrdlng
oil tests In stales In which Wyoming oil
products are marketed are Ing principal
subjects to eom before th convention,
which also will take up the question of
railroad rate on oil machinery, which
now I ID per cent higher than on min
Representatives nf commercial elub nf
Omaha. Denver. Halt Lak City and
other cities, together with official of
the Burlington. Northwestern and Union
Perific railroads are here tor the con
vention. The Omaha Commercial club
Is represented by V. D. Wear, a member
ot the club committee on development
nt Wyoming oil field and Jolia K.
flack, president nf the flty National
' An address by former Oovernor B. B.
Brooks, president ot ths association, and
ths work ot organisation consumed th
morning session. This afternoon there
were addresses by Governor Carey, Mr.
U C. Hsrnshergsr of lender. Wyo., only
women oil operator In th I'nlted elates,
and other Wyoming oil men.
Between sessions, delegate will Inspect
refineries of the Midwest till company
and Nalrona ripe Line and Beflnery.
These properties represent a combined
Investment of ll.OW.WS. A trip to Halt
Oeek nil fields, th principal ell region
of the west, will be one of th events
of Ihe convention.
Death oa th Uollo
Is slurp, short sgony. Th lame bark ot
Kidney trouble I dally misery. Tsks
Klei-trlc Bitters for quick relief. Wc. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co.
J. C. WHARTON WILL GIVE A
LUNCHEON TO HIS CABINET
Postmaster Wharton will give a lunch,
son this noon at th Omaha club
for the Joint purpose nf a farewell token
10 William J. Brown, connected with th
local postal service for twenty-sis year
and for ths past twslv year foreman
of th city mall dlvlalon. and an oppor
tunity for th postmaster to meet with
his new "cabinet."
Those who will stlsnd ire Mr. Brown.
Jsmes I. Woodard, asslstsnt postmaster
nd superintendent of flnsnc division,
under the new reorganisation plans: W.
J. Msttlsn, th new superintendent ot
malls: Henry g. Orogsn and Lawrence
Broulx, asslstsnt superintendents of
malls; George J. Kleffner, elated, to be
come an assistant superintendent: Colonel
J. M. Maaten, uperlntendeet of th rail
way mall ssrvlr and Mr. Wharton. ' '. .
Mr. Brown leave th employ of the
postofflce June I for Jacksonville. Fla,
wlter he ha purchased a traet of land,
lis Intends to mak Florida his future
home and go Into farming or fruit raising.
Pereistent Advertising la th Road I
TAXES ARE PAID WHEN
THE SHERIFF APPEARS
Delinquent taxpayer are being brougnt
to time by th distress wsrrants Issued
by CMy and County Treasurer Cre. A
bunch at thirty warrant were given to
th sheriff several days age. All the
shcriffa deputies hav been abl to find
have paid their laze rather than have i
their property seised. Moat of those
against whom warrants have been Issued
caoaot be touad by th officer and are
supposed t have left town awatbs age
BRANDEIS STORES' EXTRAORDINARY SPECIAL
Sale of Hue Serge Suits
Rare, Unmatchable Values of Interest to Every Omaha Man
Wednesday we place on sale 1,000 Blue Serge Kuits, just received by express from
two of the foremost makers in America. They- are made up by special arrangement
for us in all the latest styles and are the finest products of the season. There are
scores of exclusive models in medium and conservative styles for men as well as
6mart, snappy styles for young men, made of soft finished, finely woven true clue
serges in plain shades, fancy weaves, invisible patterns, etc., that are particularly at
tractive. Were it not for the extraordinary deal we closed an event of this kind, represent
ing such extraordinary values, could not be offered so early in the season. There are
Three Special groups.
Styles You'd expect to
pay Vs more for, at
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