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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1912)
THE OMAHA KimnAT EEC: JOfli .
J33S HITS INTEMPERANCE BRIEF CITY NEWS
Chicago Lecturer Calli Liquor traf
fic Menace of the Ration.
2HSS MABGABET BBOWN SPEAKS
Telia Omaka. I'alversltr Mmr
School ttaaeats af Vala !
Mlaalaaarr Wark for '
Taaar Pele. -
An afternoon conference on "Millions
In Sunday Schools' and an address in tha
evening by Jankin Lloyd Jones of Chicago
featured the fourth day of the summer
school and conference at tha University
of Omaha yesterday. A musical pro.
gram was given In the early evenin.
The million conference was led by
Miss Margaret Ellen Brown of Lincoln,
general secretary of the Nebraska Sun
day School association. - She appealed to
the parent to bring the children Into
the Sunday school and educate them to
missionary work. .
"We must begin ' while the child Is
young, when Its mind can be eaailv im
pressed. Missions are an important part
. or tha teachings of Christianity and we
,1 mu too to the younger generations In
the Sunday schools for our future mls-
sionanes, said Miss Brwi'fi ,
, flays "Wide Op a" Ideas.
In the evening Mr. Jones took for his
subject, "On tha Firing Una In the Bat
tle for Sobriety." He flayed popular
Ideas foe "wide-open" cities.
"Jt Is a menace to the. body political
as well as It Is a menace to the body
Physical," ha aaid. "The temperance
question Is no longer a personal Issue.
It has became a national one.' Intemper.
anc Is a public waste. Nothing has been
gained by tha liquor traffic financially,
morally or otherwise. It is a menace
that must be stamped out."
Mr. Jones speaks this evening on "In
ternational Peace." The Royal Blue
t Missionary society of tha North Pres
byterian church meets this afternoon at
c;.:aha manager goes
to waterloo association
W. ft. Lumry, assistant manager of the
Parlin and Orendorf ' Plow company,, has
accepted the position as general manager
ef the Associated Manufacturers' com
pany of Waterloo, manufacturers of gaso.
linaenglnes and gasoline engine appll
. Branches of tha company have been
established in Paris, Omaha, Columbus,
O., Montreal, Canada and other large
clUea of America and Europe, with Job.
1'. conaeoUona la tha smaller cities. '
, Key to tha Situation-Bee Advertising.
Boot Frlnt XV
, Sleetrlo Fans B orgies -Grandta Co.
Btaok-ralaoaer Go J 4 th and Harney,
undertakers, ambalinera Douglas 817.
; Painters' Union local 109 Meeting
Monday evening, June 24. Special busi
Graff Olvee Xtectnres Superintendent
of Schools E. U. Graff will cive three
lectures at the teachers' summer school
at the Peru Normal this week.
Burglar Pleads Guilty Charles Olson,
who recently finished a three-year term
In the penitentiary, pleaded guilty to
breaking Into and robbing the home of
wiuiam Earkklnen In criminal court yes
terday and was sentenced to one to ten
years In the penitentiary.
Cttlaeas Oat Weed Warning "Cut the
weeds on vacant lots or be arrested"
was the warning; riven out to Dronertv
owners of Omaha by Health Commis
sioner Connell Saturday morning. The
health commissioner said every one In
Omaha who falls to cut his weeds will be
Oift for rather Bigge Father Rigge.
dean of the - physical department of
Creighton university, has been presented
With a set of six DhoSDhoreacent tubes
and a Crooke's spinthariscope by J. Harry
Murphy, who Is a student at Creighton
Medical college. Mr. Murphy graduated
from the Creighton arts department In
X. A. Baum Batons D. A. Baum. t'ho
has been in Chicago w th his brother.
J. E. Baum, one of the Nebraska dele
gates to the republican national conven
tion, , returned last.hlKht Mr. Baum
said the convention was a great show.
'It was apparent that Taft would be re
nominated even before I loft," said Mr.
Attorneys Go to Convention Deputy
County Attorney Louis J. Piattt and
Assiitant County Attorney Paul F. Bteln-
wender are on their way to Baltimore
to be spectators at the democratic na
tional convention. After the convention
has named its candidates and comDleted
plans for saving the country Stetnwender
and Platti will tour the east for two
Travel for Tear la Auto After a
year's trip through the east and rarta
of southern Canada, Mr. and Mrs. U A.
Davis, 71 North Twenty-second street,
bouth Omaha, returned this mornlnr.
They left Omaha on July 4, last year, to
visit relatives In Connecticut. Tim Hn
from Omaha to Connecticut was mada
In fourteen days. Their mileage was ap
proximately 6,000 miles- i ,
srew Paper Compar Manager Mr.
and Mrs, J. B. ' Jones, who. with their
family, have come to Omaha from Pasa
dena, Cat., to make their home, have
taken the home of W. B. Belt In Dundee
for tha summer. Mr. Jones succeeds R.
E. Wheeler as manager of the Western
Paper conipany.' Miss Adaline Jones, the
eldest daughter, has a beautiful voice,
and was well known la the musical cir
cles of Pasadena. -.-
in Picnic at Krug
Several Swedish societies, , composing
the Omaha Swedish Buildlna aisoclaf Inn-
Joined yesterday In a picnlo at Krug
park. Crowds began comma earlv in
the afternoon and by evening a record
breaking throng was within the gates
Late in the afternoon Commissioner
John J. Ryder, Mayor McOuire of Ben
son and Emll Meurllng, editor of the
Omaha Posten, delivered speeches froni
the orchestra stand of the pavilion.'
The proceeds of the picnic ao toward
the building of a club house for the as
sociation. Property at 106 Chlraen
street has been purchased and a three-
story building W by 100 feet will be
ATTRACTS BIG CROWD
ALLIANCE. Neb.. June 21-fSnwiaJ
Telegram.) The stockmen's celebration at
the fair grounds today drew a crowd
of over 6,000 people. Th racing events
were all fast, the most excltlna belnir
the five-mile automobile race, won bv
James Keeler in an Overland car.
cooper, witn nts Curtis blDlan.
unable on account of a brisk wind blow
Ing all day to make his scheduled flights,
although at 7:30 in the evening he rose
In the air and made a fifteen-minute
flight over and around the city. '
A special train brought S00 people from
The South Omaha delegation left to
night for Scott's Bluff, where thev will
spend Saturday, returning home over the
union Pacific tomorrow night.
YOUNG MAN SLUGGED BY
Paul Gibbons, aged 22. who lives at 1310
South Thirty-third street, waa sluaaed
by an unidentified assailant at 1 o'clock
this morning near Sixteenth and Cass
streets and knocked unconscious. He was
not robbed and he does not know why he
was struck. Physicians at the police sta
tion revived him and he was able to go
home. , i ... .--
l.emars Man, Drops Dead.
PIERRE. S. D.. June 22.-fSDeclal Tele
gram.)-! C Brown, who recently came
to farm near this city from Iemars, la.,
dropped dead from heart trouble last
evening. The body was taken to his old
home In Iowa for burlai
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ej proa em sj SuprwaApy MddtjM
jo esa snowum puw .meisnuaj eqj;
Big Feast of Fun
is Ad Men's Plan
, For Friday Night
According to announcements sent out
by the Omaha Ad club. That organiza
tion Is planning to have a merry time
next Friday night at the Rod and Gun
"The" Fete of the Noisy Gondoliers' Is
mentioned as the feature of the pro-
stunt produced for the first (and last)
time, with sixteen near gondoliers-three
of whom can swim-all graceful, silver
tongued gondoliers In native costume."
"Gondoliers," says the announcement,
"are the names they call the taxi chauf
feurs In Venice. (In Omaha they call
them a different name that we dassn't
Brina- vnnr Wife with you," the com
mittee admonishes the members. "Give
her a treat She sees you every day.
Let her look some of the rest of us over
that night Then several Incidentals of
the program are enumerated, among tnera
being a pletilo .dinner, dancing, moving
pictures of tha Dallas convention and
songs with local cartoons. "And it's all
for six bits: ran vnn best that?" is the
final statement and query.
FREMONT vr.K Tn. fSneeial.)
The brick warehouse of the Standard 01!
company on West Eighth Btreet caught
lire about 8 o'clock this morning, ana as
tha wall wn nturaiH with oil the
building: was almost entirely destroyed,
The fire wna rnnflnort tn the building.
and did not communicate with the tanks
In the block. A car of oil on the side,
track adloinln waa mnvrA without loss.
The building was a one-story brick, and
used for storaae of nunnlles. etc.. and
was connected with the tanks by pipes.
The loss will probably be about $3,000.
The cause of the fire is not known.
Child Dnwm in Ditch.
BELLE FOTJRCHE. S. D.. June 22.-
(Speclal.) Running out from the ranch
house to meet a rlr In which he thought
his father was driving home, 2-year-old
Elbert L. Matthews fell into an lrrleat
Ing ditch' on the Matthews ranch near
Buelah, wyo., and was drowned before
his frantic mother could reach him. Tha
ditch had to be searched for a distance
of three miles before the body was lo
cated, where the baby's dress had cauaht
on a nail In the flume.
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