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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY," JUNE 24, 191!
BRIEF CITY NEWS S
Boot Print It. 4
Electric Pant Bnrgess-Orandsn Co. .
Undertakers, embalmers. Douglas S?4.
Painters' Union Local 109 Mect'ms
Monday evening, Juno I. Special buSi
Graff Gives Lector Superintendent
of Schools E. tT. Graff will gtw tra-ee
lectures at the teachers' summer school
it the Peru Normal this week. t '
Burglar Plead Guilty Charles CJson,
" vbo recently finished a three-year ).erm
r ia the penitentiary, pleaded guiltf to
I breaking -into and robbing the hos; ie ot
William Sarkkinen In criminal comi; yes
terday and was sentenced to one 'to ten
years in the penitentiary. '
' Citizen Get Weed Warning "tjut the
weeds en Vacant lots or be ;a rested"
was the warning given' out to' "property
owners of Omaha by Health. iCommis
sloner Connell ; Saturday moruimg. ' The
health commissioner said ev'i'rj' one in
Omaha who fails to cut his seecls will be
arrested. ' V
Gift for Pather BiggeFai;hW Rigge,
dean of the physical department of
Creighton university, has betn presented
with a set of six phosphorescent tubes
and a Crooke' spinthariscope! by J. Harry
Murphy, who Is a student at Creighton
Medical college. Mr. Murphy graduated
from the Creighton "arts department In
1910. , . -
D. A. Bauin Betnxna D. A. Baum, who
has been in Chicajco with his brother.
J.j E. Baum, one of the Nebraska dele
gates to the republican national conven
tion, returned last night. Mr. Bautn
said the convention was a great show.
"It was apparent that Taft would be re
nominated even before I left," . said Mir.
Attorney Oo to Convention DepuTy
County Attorney Louis J. PiattI atid
Assistant County Attorney Paul F. Stein
wender are on their way to Baltimore
to be spectators at the democratic na
tional convention. After the convention
has named its candidate and completed
plans for saving the country Steinwender
i Und Piatti will tour the east for two
Travel for Year In Auto After a.
I year's trip through "the east and parts
i of southern Canada, Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Davis, 716 North Twenty-second street,
South ' Omaha, returned this morning.
' They left Omaha on "July 4, last year, to
visit relatives in Connecticut. The trip
from Omaha to Connecticut was made
In fourteen days. Their mileage was. ap
proximately 6,000 miles.
Bew Paper Company Manager Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Jones, who, : with their
family, have come to Omaha from Pasa
dena, Cal, to make their home, have
taken the home of W. B. BeH In Dwndee
for the summer. Mr. Jones succeeds R.
v E. Wheeler as manager of the Western
Paper company. Miss Adallne Jones, the
eldest daughter, has a ' beautiful voice,
and was well known in the musical cir
cles of Pasadena. '
Big Feast of Fun
is Ad Men's Plan
According to announcements ent out
by the Omaha Ad club. That organiza
tion is planning to havfy a merry time
next Friday night at thi feod and Gun
cimf. ; . ; . , d; ,' ..
- "The Fete of theNoisy Gondoliers' Is
mentioned as the" feature" of the pro
gram.. It is described as a "spectacular
stunt produced for the first (and last)
time; with sixteen near gondoliers three
of whom can swim all graceful, silver
tongued gondolier 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
"Bring your 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 them
being a picnio dinner, dancing, moving
pictures of the Dallas convention and
i songs with local cartoons. "And it's all
for six bits; can you beat that?" Is the
final statement and query,
ATTRACTS BIG CROWD
ALLIANCE, Neb., June 22.-(Speclal
ALLIANCE, NEB., June 2S.-(Speclal
the fair grounds yesterdaydrew a crowd
of over 6,000 people. , The racing events
were all fast, the most exciting being
the. five-mile automobile race, won by
James Keeler in an Overland car.'"
Cooper, with his Curtis biplane, was
unabje on account of a brisk wind blow
ing ill 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 200 people from
The South Omaha . delegation left to
night for Scott's Bluff, where they will
spend Saturday, returning home over the
Union Pacific tomorrow night.
- YOUNG MAN SLUGGED BY
Paul Gibbons, aged 23, who lives at 1310
: South Thirty-third street, was slugged
. by an unidentified assailant at i 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
Got an Awful Fright
by fear of appendicitis? Take Dr. King's
New Life PiUs and soon see bowel
trouble vanish. Guaranteed. 25c. For sale
by Beaton Drug Co.
FORMER PUGILIST TAKEN
IN CHARGE BY POLICE
Monk Trummer, erstwhile pugilist and
leader in sporting events, was arrested
yesterday afternoon by Detectives Dunn
and Fleming upon a charge of vagrancy.
The detectives say that- thri ex-pugilist,
down and out and hungry, was pegging
on the street when arrested.
Trummer several years ago had a repu
tation as a fighter, but at the time when
he became so good that he could get
more than $100 for a fight came, he be
gan to dissipate, and Ms career as a
fighter stopped soon after. A year ago
he was released from the penitentiary,
where he was serving a sentence foij
highway robbery, v ;
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Coatest for City Offices to Follow
TAIN0B WILL BEGIN SUIT
City OffivtaU Jtfay All Be IbtIv
ta ControTtray .that Peads
Service to Ba Held la
Off Air. .!
One of the most common ailments th,t
hard working people are afflicted wth
1 tame back. Apply Chamberlain L'nl
rcent twice a day and maseage the p:ru
thoroughly at each application, and you
will get Quick relief. For cale byi all
Fire Commissioners John, J. Ryan and
Joseph Pivonka will hake to stand tdal
for malfeasance In office aocording to
the opinion handed down yesterday by
the supreme court. As an inference from
the same opinion. Mayor Kofctor and the
present city administration may be
ousted in favor of former Mayor P. J.
Tralnor, and hi council who were beaten
at Hhe election called last spring on
order of the court. .
The opinion of the court merely states
that Commissioners Ryan - and Pivonka
are still serving the three year term for
which they were electee. It declare the
extension clause constitutional and in
conclusion appoints Judge -Holcomb ot
Broken Bow, a former governor and su
preme court justice to be referee in the
case aealnst the accused commissioners.
As poon as the news was flashed from
Lincoln, former Mayor P. J. Tralnor an
nounced hi intention to- begin a suit
Monday for the seat of Mayor Hoctor.
With Tralnor will also be aligned former
Councilmen Franek, George Hoffman,
August Miller, Mat Peterson, Tom Peter
son and Former City CTertt Prank Good.
Mayor Hoctor, who Has been expecting
the court decision for some time, de
clared that ho was In no wise worried
over the situation. He contends that the
election was held by order o court, and
that in any case the former official
did not protet the election but partici
pated in it and aocepted the results In
surrendering their seats.
The whole affair will, it is expected,
precipitate a bitter fight between the
ins and out with annexation as the
probable final settlement. .
As far as the ouster suit brought
against the fire and police commission
ers goes. It 1 admittedly a victory for
Dean Ringer and the men who stood
with him in his long fight against thr1
board. "I am delighted at the news,?
said Mr. Ringer last night "It I what E
expected of the supreme court of fhe
state.. Now that the referee has beet,
appointed the case will come to trial Wd
some startling evidence will be brougit
to knowledge of the public." . '
Opea Air Charcbw 't
How would you like to ro to fcbitrch
in the park on Sunday? That I the new
departure In church cult to be adapted
by the United Protestant churches of
South Omaha during the summer). The
open air services will be called, union
services and will be held by th united
congregations of all the Protestant
churches of the Magic City. It 'has been
decided to hold service in the, .different
parks on ; different Sundays. Already
Highland park has been decided upon
as the scene ot an open air service by
the united churches In the near future.
The union services were caia-leU on suc
cessfully last winter (when Wye different
congregations assembled at neighboring
churches on appointed night.
Cat. Cause Rnptfire.
Disturbed in his slumbers Friday night
by the amourous yowlingsr of a feline
Romeo -and Juliette, AntoSi Laplnus of
Twenty-ninth and T streetii leaped from
his uneasy couch and hiafled a conven
ient lamp through his wtfadow into the
night He missed the ca'tf , but Joe Sek
orisko, a neighbor asleep beside his open
window, bears testimony by a gash on
the forehead that Lapiniis aim was not
wasted. Naturally, if a. neighbor passed
you the time of day hf1 hurling a lamp
into your boudoir at 1ft o'clock at night
you would be peeved. 'Sekorisko jumped
from his bed with a. howl and took
after Laplnus. Laplnsis hastily erected
barricades and called j for a parley with
his irate neighbor. Sekorisko, however,
had passed- the time., of parley and in
sistently Invited Laiinus to come out
and do battle. TJien he sought the as
sistance of the Jaw, but friends pre
vailed upon him to. follow a milder
course. At present fall communication la
'cut off between; Ltfplnus and Sekorisko,
there being an arj.ied neutrality, so to
speak. I v
Salt for Price of Shave. '
. Steve Oravlch, f tonsorial artist with
parlors at Thirty- inth and Q streets, has
begun suit againsf Peter Sar for the price
of a shave. The,' suit was started yes
terday In Judge Collins' court and in
volves 60 cents which Peter Sat says ts
altogether too much for denuding his
classic features j of their hirsute decora
tions. Particularly he intimates that
Steve Gravich Molds no diploma from the
barber's collegia and that, in fact, he is
no true artist ,' He complains that in any
case the pricft is too much. Gravich
says that th's price was based on the
graduated scKe of schedule K, and asks
that the covtrt order Peter Sar to pay
the 60 cents rforthwlth.
Not being a good republican. Judge
Collins adrrjfts he is somewhat handi
capped in 'tfiming to a decision on tfte.
point. His : honor, after perusing the
recommendations of the tariff commis
sion on mti schedules, stated that he
would pre ably refer the case to the
commerce -court at its next session.
B.o lajures Child. '
Hermam Sweetenak, the T-year-old son
of J. Swt.-etcnak of Flfty-second and O
streets. lid the index finger of his right
hand chewed off yesterday morning by
a large hog confined in a pen near the
Sweetenftk home. The child was lured
near ttii pen where the hogs are con
fined vhen the hired man went to feed
the an f mala yesterday morning. An ear
of corjji was dropped outside of the pen,
and II tie Herman picked it up and at
tempted to feed it to one of the hogs.
The suiimal chewed the little fellow's
fingrs; off before assistance arrived. The
childi was taken to Omaha, where he was
tresjtfd by physicians. '
Fjr fine acre tracts, low prices, easy
teiyns. Man on ground Sunday afternoon.
Cf?l us. Make appointment A. W. Jones
Maate City Gossip.
."Harold Hancock is .rapidly recovering
ijom an operation at his home. . .
John McAdams left Saturday for a trip
to fa'.t Lake City and other ?ouita In
Chailes Rapp leaves this week for Tor
ont-i, Canada, where he will spend U.e
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wurnbaeh loave to
day for Fremont where they will attend
the Lutheran Orphanage Hoc picnic.
Miss Zadia Ralston of Humbolt Ari
zona, was the guest or Mrs. J. M.
Caughey and Mrs, Plnnell.
The auxiliary! of the Ancient Order of
Hibernians will meet Tuesday evening
at the home of Mrs. P. J. Farrell to
transact business of importance.
v- in Picnic at Krug
Several Swedish societies, composing
the Omaha Swedish Building association,
Joined yesterday In a picnic at Krug
park. Crowds began coming early in
the afternoon and by evening a record,
breaking throng was within the gates.
Late in the afternoon Commissioner
John J. Ryder, Mayor McGuire of Ben
son and Emll MeurUng, editor of tin
Omaha Posten, delivered speeches from
the orchestra stand of the pavilion.
The proceeds of the plcnlo go toward
the building of a club house for the as
sociation. Property at 1606 Chicago
street has 'been purchased and a three
story building 60 by 100 feet will be
Found Dead in Room
An unidentified man about 40 years of
age rented a room last night at t o'clock
in the rooming house conducted by Harry
Hastel, 304 North Sixteenth street, and
a short while afterwards he was found
upon the floor dead.
The man was taken to the coroner's
office where an attempt is being made
to learn his Identity. At 3 o'clock this
morning nothing could be learned. The
man was dressed like a workingman
and wore -a brown hat and gray cloth
OMAHA MANAGER GOES
TO WATERLOO ASSOCIATION
W. R. Lumry, assistant manager of the
Parlln aod Orendorf Plow company, has
accepted the position as general manager
of the Associated Manufacturers' com
pany.' of Waterloo, manufacturers of gaso
line 'engines and gasoline engine appli
ance's. . , . ' v
Branches of the company have been
established (ln Paris, Omaha, Columbus,
O.. ' Montreal, Canada and other large
clues of America and Europe, with job
V4ng connections in the smaller cities.
Persistent Advertising is to Road to
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
Standard Wtrehsue Boras.
FREMONT. Neb., June 23.-(Speclal.)-The
brick warehouse of the Standard 01!
company on West Eighth street caught
fire about 8 o'clock this morning, and as
the walla were saturated with oil the
building was almost entirely destroyed.
The fire was confined to the building,
and did not communicate with the tanks
in the block. A car of oil on the side
track adjoining was moved without loss.
The building was a one-story brick, and
used for storage of supplies, 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.
, r . .
Child Drowns in Ditch.
BELLE FOURCHE, S. D., June 23.-
(Speoial.) Running out from the ranch
house to meet a rig In which, he thought
his father was driving home, 2-year-old
Elbert L. Matthews fell into- an Irrigat
ing ditch on the Matthews ranch near
Buelah, Wyo., and was drowned before
his frantio mother could reach him. The
tlltch had to be searched for a distance
of three miles before the body was lo
cated, where the baby's dress had' cauglft
on a nail in the flume. t "
HAPPY HOLLOW GOLF FAST
Gray and Weppner High in Four-
Sail Foursome Match.
SEMI-FINALS FOR COMBS CUP
J. 5. Weppner and J, R. Morris
Defeat Opponeat la Tate PlaT
aad Will Flitht for the
The qualifying round of the best ball
four-ball foursome match at the Happy
Hollow club wa played Saturday after
noon. Fast play marked the matched
and over forty golfers were entered. The
weather was Ideal for golf and much in
terest was displayed.
H. B. Gray and J. 8. Weppner with a
handicap of eleven strokes made the best
score of the afternoon. Their gross was
seventy-nine and their net sixty-eight 8
H. Boyrc and E. J. Wolf got seodnd best
score with a net of seventy. Their handi
cap was seventeen. Following are the
scores, the first four pairs of which qual
ified, for the match play for two prises
The pairings with . handicaps are Gray
and Weppner 8 vs. Rlebel and Wells
(12), Past and Campbell UO) vs. Wolf and
Tot. Hdp. Score.
Gray-Weppner 7 11 8
Boyce-Wolf ,. 87 17 70
Wells-Rlebel. 1r M 16 7
Campbell-Past : 91 16 76
Ross-Durkee sS 11 77
Murtagh-Becker M 16. 78
Fitigerald-Shepard, jr 90 12 78
Nordstrom-Liggett 88 79
Buvchanan-Shepard ...... 97 IT 80
Flnley-Robbins 98 18 80
Kelly-Wllkins 104 24 81
Cox-EUlck 89 17 si
Hoffhlne-Van Bursh..... 96 1S 83
McDonald-Manning 9J K3
Morns-Kimberiy 3 t 83
In the semi-finals for the T. S. Combs
trophy J. R. Morris beat E. E. Klmberly,
1 up; J. S. Weppner beat A. G. Elliok
6 up and 4 to' go. Weppner and Morris
will how fight It out for possession of
In the first round of play for the Van
Burgh prise Klllck beat Wolf 14 and 2;
Campbell beat Wells. 6 and i; Fitzgerald
beat Shepard, E and 4. N
The play was not fast and low scores
were turned in, O. F. Bauman and R. C.
Wagner tied up for first place with a
net of 81 strokes. The former had a
handicap of six ami the latter twelve
Following are the scores:
Tot. HdP. Score.
O. J. Bauman - 87 81
R O. Wagner S: 12 81
K. H. Beauchamp 89
K. W. Bock R2
J. . Spencer 92
O. D. Kipllnger 92
J. W. Parrteh 93
4. B. Porter S
J. B. Fradenburg S
C. W. Richards 91
W. K. Cundlff 90
T. F. Murphy 94
O. W. Shields 9J
W. B. Wllklns 8
A. W. Scribner 94
F. Potter 92
Following are the pairings:
Bauman and Fradenburg; Shields and
Spencer; Parrlsh and Scribner; Cundlff
and Beauehamp; Bock and Murphy;
Wllklns and Kipllnger; Porter and Potter;
Richards and Wagner.
CREIGHTON WILL PLAY
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
The athletic authorities of Creighton
university have announced the scheduling
of a foot ball game with St. Louis uni
versity for November 2. In Omaha. This
probably will be the biggest game of
Crelghton's season because of the rivalry
between the two Jesuit schools, and be
cause of the close connection between the
two. Many of the faculty of Creighton
university were students at St. Louis.
St. Louis university puts up a stellar
brand, of foot ball and has never come as
far west as Omaha before. Negotiations
have been on for this gam for several
sentcd and a good sized purse has been
hung up for same. There will be other
events for shooters, none barred. The
program 'of sports will be one of the best
ever pulled off at this place. The base
ball game betweun the fast Paptlllon
team and the Eurekos will be a good
one, as the teams are well matched.
Hore racing, foot races, a basket ball
gtune and other events will entertain the
crowd until dark, after which a gorgeous
display ci fireworks will be set off.
K0UNTZE TENNIS TEAM
OUTPLAYS ROD AND GUN
Final Bound of the
City Golf Tourney
to Be Played Today
The final round of the city golf tourna
ment will be played at the Country club
links today, entrants from the Field club,
Happy Hollow, Miller park and the Coun
try club taking part.
Jack Hughes and Sam Reynolds of the
Field club lead in the standing of the
tournament to date, Hughes being low
Following Is the standing f the five
who have the lowest cards:
Jack Hughes, Field Club 337
Sam Reynolds. Field club 344
W. F. Foye, Country club 851
J. S. Weppner, Happy Hollow... 363
M. H. LaDouceur. Field club 355
PLAY FOR KRUG TROPHY
AT FIELD CLUB NOT AST
Fifty-four goiters entered the match
play yesterday afternoon at the Omaha
Field club for the Albert Krug trophy.
I , "Hi I I S,M.M
Sale I U.
Closes for Good
Thursday next, June 27
4 Days Remain
Things and goods to
please all. Open
8 a. m. until 9. p. m.
W. S. Kirk
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your fish- j
ke Old Age 11
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ing trip if you t;
It makes you feel 1
and alwayi good.
In Amber Bottles
Family trade supplied by:
WILLIAM J ETTER,
2502 N, St., Tel. 80. 808.
HUGO F. BILZ,
1324 Douglas Street.
Phone Dour. 1542
boutx okaba, azm.
TEAM TRAP SHOOT TO BE
HELD AT GRETNA JULY 4
On of the features of the Fourth of
July oelebratloa at Oretna will be a team
trap shoot with five men to a team. Ail
of the neighboring town will be repre-
The Kountse club team of the City Ten
nis league continued Its streak ot winning
yesterday afternoon when It beat the Rod
and Gun club In every single and double
match of the afternoon. The play was
fast at all times, although very one-sided,
and witnessed by a lare crowd. Follow
ing are the scores:
Colpetser of Kountie club beat Fanrell,
6-t, 6-3: Madden of Kountie beat Hatch,
6-0, 8-0; Kennedy of Kountse beat Craig
head, 6-0, 6-0; Burns of Kountse beat
Hafen, 6-0, 7-8; Bpelninger of Kountse beat
MeCormlck, 6-t -2; MeCormltk of
Kountse beat Xegley, 6-4, , S-U
ColpetZAr and Madden beat Farrell and
Hatch, 6-8, 9-1; Kennedy and Burns beat
Hansen and Craighead. 6-0, 6-1; Spelninger
and MeCormlck beat Negley and MoCor
tniok, 6-2. (-0.
Mr, and Mrs. F. N. Clarke and child,
ot Omaha, are In New. York for a few
days, staying at the Hotel Wolcott.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rush and their
daughter, Helen, of Chicago, spent last
week visiting their cousin, Dr. and Mrs,
A. A. Holtman. i 1
Movements of Ocean
NBW YORK K. A. Vli-torl.
NKW YORK Of. WMhlotm,
NRW YORK Conlctn
NRW YORK nmsplo
NKW YORK Olymjile
NEW YORK Rin Olnrflo..
NRW YORK Vwiil...
NBW YORK OampnU
. BrMtfiM. .
COUNTRY CLUB BEATS FIELD.
: , - '''",' ': : -V
J. B. Rahm, J. W. Redick and Others'
Win Match by One Point.
LOSERS GIVE ANJTUAL DOTES.
Plar Not Tve Fast, bat Interesting;
tor Players ana Saetftatora - ;
Best Mateh t Maay .
The Omaha Country cltib golf team won
the annual team match from the Field
club by the small margin of one point
Saturday. The match was one of the
best pulled off in recent years. Not until
the last man had finished could the win- .
ner be determined and it then was found
that the aristocrats had trimmed thoir
adversaries by a 21 to 20 score. J. Br
Rahm, John W. Redick, Blaine Young
and R. T. Burns were the best men for
the Country club, cleaning up everything
on their opponents.
The play was not unusually fast, but
was interesting from the players' stand
point and also from the standpoint of the
spectators, and there were many of them.
Following the match the Country club
players were entertained at dinner by the r
Field club. "
Following are the results:
COUNTRY CLUB. I FIEIJQ CLUB.
Ray Low... 2 3. A. Abbott . 1
.1. B. Rahm 8j Frank Hale
Hal Brady Ojjsmes Blskeney.... 3
A. A. McClur,.... lAlbert Calm 2
VV. J. Foye......... 2W, N. Chambers... 1
W. T. Burns.. 1JD. L. Dougherty.... 2
Clarence Peters.. O H. Johnson 2
John W. Redick., S. J. B.. Llndsey....- 0
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A Grim Capture The Tangled Retreat Heroee"
of Malvern Hill On Daring Duty The Colonel
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A Colored Frontispiece "FlaaUiif the Enemy"
ready for framing.
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cf the Civil War Can Be OAy Obtained In This Cty Through Tti? Paptr ,
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