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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1913)
THE BlfiE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, APRTL 2G, 191.S
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j FIND NO WAY TO GET WATER
Residents of Thickly Populated
District "Up Against It."
COMMISSION SCORES HOWELL
By MELLIFICIA. Friday, April 25, 1913.
" It. AND MltS. GEORGE A. J08LYN are enjoying a rnro musical
l l trcat at nelr home, LynhurnL
I VI Archer Gibson, the well known organist, of New York City,
and Mrs. Gibson have arrived, to spend ten days as the guests
of Sir. and Mrs. Joslyn. Owing to the extensive damage done by the tor
. undo to all excepting the music room of the beautiful home of Mr. and
Mrs. Joslyn, the entertainment are very Informal.
The last time Mr. and Mrs, Gibson wcro guests at Lynhurat several
recitals were given, and Mrs. Gibson, who is the possessor of a pleasing so
prano voice, assisted Mr. Gibson.
Mr. Gibson will play each evening for Mr. and Mrs. Joslyn and their
friends excepting Saturday, Monday and Tuesday evenings. '
The Joslyn organ was scarcely damaged at all, although the house
and gardens were so badly hit by the tornado.
The wedding of Miss Jeaste K. Doty.
I'ftauRhter of Mr. and Mrs. S. t Doty, and
J ltr. .frederick A. B&lzer was celebrated
Wednesday evening at 8:30 o'clock at the
Wiome of bride's parents. Hov. Fred
erick W. iXvItt of the Plymouth Con
gregational church officiated. Mrs. H.
drorsman played the Iohengrln wed
The brldo wore white voile over white
chnrmeug. trimmed with princess laco,
Rhe wore a wreath of lilies of the valley
In her hair and carried an arm bouquet
of Bride's roses.
Miss Mabel Doty, sister of the bride,
was bridesmaid, and her Kown was of
pink chiffon over pink charmeuse, with
trimmings of shadow Isce. She curried
an arm bouquet of pink roses. Mr. James
at. Martin was best man. Following; the
ceremony there was a reception. Assist
ing In tho dining room were Miss Vlda
and MJss Alta Huger, Miss Clair CowbIII
tuid Miss Hattle Weeks.
,Mr. and Mrs. Balier will be at home
after May 1 with tho bride's parents at
3416 Bhcrmau avenue. They expect to
leave later In the summer for an ex
tended wedding trip through the east,
- Among the out-of-town guests were Miss hy m
unva urton mm mma jmua vi w ui
Wednesday Bridge Club.
Mrs. W. F. Truclsen entertained the
members of tho Wednesday Bridge club
this week. Four tables were placed for
the game and prlres were won by Mrs.
J. J. Oafford and Mrs. Wllllnm Bldney.
Mrs. A. A. Avery will be the next
to attack the policy of the board In the
matter and force abandonment of n
course Assistant City Attorney Lambert
defines as "discriminatory and there
fore Illegal "
All the ninmr la Plnrril on lllm
When Fifty Knmlllra Are Jiot
Able to Met Whet They
WonliI Pnr Fr.
-Wert I iik that for sixty days he has
vainly tried to person ic or compel the
City is Willing to
Fill the Big Ditch
for Water Board
The firm of Jackson McKenzle. con- i
tractors who secured the Job of building
tlm south hnlf of the big water main to
Florence, arc disgusted with the treat-1
WittfT hnnrH tn fnrtilnh t It ra hmiaoa nfi l
harlmoro avenue, between Thlrty-foufth mnt the' received from Water Commls
Hnd Thirty-sixth streets, with water serv-1 "'on" Howell and have applied to City
Ice. and that Water Commlslsoner Commissioner Thomas McOovcrn and
Howell has refused to heed the pleas of strect Commissioner Kugel and asked
fifty families living on a paved and I '" to Persuade the atcr board to
thickly populated street, who have asked "" the Jb oVcr to thc ,or complc-
fnr WfllfP. W. II- Ahmntiann ntmnrrrl hp. ' tlofl.
Miss Mary Alice lingers and Mr. Frank
Keogh will entertain at a theater party
this evening at tho Ilrandels to see
Francos Htar In "The Case of Becky."
Miss Grace Murphy or Milwaukee wilt be
the honor guest. Those present will be
Misses Grace Murphy. Mildred lingers,
Mary Alice Ilogers, Messrs. Paul Gal
lagher, C. J. Iord nnd Frank Keogh.
The wedding of Miss Ida Mae Austin
of Beatrice, Neb., and Mr. Hans Aabel
of this city, took place Monday evening
t the home of Mr. Aabel's sister, Mrs.
George A. Brooks and Mr. Brooks, at
Baxlle Mills, Neb., Rev. F. O. Wlngles
of that city officiating. Mr. A. O. Car
mack of Center. Neb., played the wed
The bride wore white hand-embroidered
mull and carried a bouquet of brido's
roses. Miss Cora' Austin, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor and woro pink
charmeuse with overdrnpo of light blue
ehlffon. She carried pink roses. George
A. Brooks waa best man and the ring
bearer was Master Georgo A. Brooks, Jr.
t Following the ceremony a wedding din
iler was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Aabel left for an extended
rastcrn wedding trip and will make their
. home In Omaha.
Sans Souci Club.
Tho Bans Souci club was entertained
Tuesday evening at the home o( Miss
Adda Long, Forty-first and Page streets.
Prizes were won by Mrs. Altktadt, Mrs.
Grieves and Mrs. Long. Those present
Girls Sell Tickets.
The Commercial club ban put aside an
Ironclad rule today and a number of
young women will sell tickets during the
luncheon hours for thc benefit perfor
mance, Saturday, "Tlio Sleeping Beauty,"
which will hf given' at the Brnndrls tor
tho tornado relief fund,
Mrs. A. D, Iine will have charge of
the sale of tickets and will bo nsslsted
es Elizabeth Lane, Margaret
Lane, Marjorlo Howland, Mae Kinder,
Reglna Conned, Katherlno McClanahan,
Claire Helene Woodard and Daphne
Miss Nina Kmbreo entertained at a
miscellaneous shower Thursday In honor
of Besa Bogart, who will bo a June bride,
Those present were:
Entertains Triangle Club.
Miss Esther Bennett entertained the
Triangle club Thursday afternoon. Tho
l.uclle Brown. Helen Brandels,
Aurcatha Pickering, Pcnelopo Hamilton,
Eureka Whist Club.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. J. B. Crttes
was hoatess at a meeting of the Eureka
Whist club. Scores were won by Mrs,
iLoveJoy. Mrs. Klein and Mr. Wandell.
The next meeting will be held at the
home of Mrs. Frank W. Greenman.
fore thc city commission and asked for
"I hnve offered to pay for a private
main." said Ahmanson, "nnd this. Water
board hnB refused to permit me to se
cure water In such manner. I have no
fight with the Water bonnl. All I want
Is water, and they tell me I can't get It
for ninety days, or until (ho metropolitan
water district bill becomes effective. I
can't wait thnt long,
Now, what can I
"I have no objection to completing the
work," said Commissioner McGovern. "If
the Water board Is hesitating becnuso
they have no man who' can do tho work
wo will furnish such a man."
Htreet Commissioner Kugel Bald numer
ous applications had been mado to him
ftom residents who naked him to use his
Influence In trying to force the Water
board to clean up Its streets. Tho con
tractors, ho snld, were willing to have
j him finish' the work.
j "If the Water bonrd wants mf to finish
this work and will pay my department
out of the funds being withheld from the
AVIml Kxeiixr In There f
'What's the Watet board', excuse?'
nnKen l'oi rp i:nmm HRinticr icvnrr.
"Howell, who If tho' came of nil this contractor, i win go in mcro ami im
trouble, says tho cltv must authorize the 1" streets cuareu in tnrce uns. saiu
SO-cent per front foot assessment to pay Kugel.
for tho cost of the main," answered The VVnter hoard is considering urn an-
Ahmsnson. vlsahiuty or iitiisiung the worn useii.
And Howell knows ns well as we do mit the advisability of this courso has
Mesdnmes Louts fleger and Carl Terrlll,
Sirs. J, E. Bchlank entertained at an
Orpheum nmtlnce party Wednesday. In
tho party were:
J. IC. Schlank.
M. L. Marks.
Adn Glllnikr of
Lunoheon at the Loyal.
Mrs. Tt. II. Olmsted entertained at
luncheon Thursday at the Hotel Loyal
for Miss Anna Louise Knoedler arid Miss
Margaret Lee of Chicago, the gnostt of
Miss Lorrta Ilogers nnd Mrs. Olmsted.
A basket of plhk roses was used for .the
centerpiece. Covers were laid for ten.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr. Arthur D. Ilrandels has returned
from a trip to New York.
Miss Fannie Ilosonstock will leave this
evening for Chicago to visit friends.
Dr, F. J. Wearne returned Wednesday
from Chicago, whero he made a stay of
Mr. Jack Baldwin has returned from
Seattle, where he bus been In business
for several months.
Miss May McGovern will entertain In
formally this evening nt her home for
Miss Florence Dcnn, who Is a well known
teacher In tho public schools.
Mrs. Homer Bostwlck of Butte, Mont.,
Is expected within the next few days to
be tho guest of Mrs, CInrenco Fa rn ha in
of Fort Crook.
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. P. Klrkendall nnd Mrs.
Glen Wharton are visiting In California,
They will return home In tho near fu
ture. Mr. Klrkendall went for the bene
fit of his health.
thnt our legal department has advised
us thnt wo can't do It under the law,"
snld Mayor Dnhlman, angrily. "There's
no excuse In the world for such an ac
tlon. ' They have money on hand for that
very purpose. Why don't they do It
"Same old excuse," snld Commissioner
Butler. "They want the council to do
the things they nro afraid to do,"
Willing- (n Pn'r.
"I don't rnro nnythlng about thnt,"
continued Ahmnnson. "All I want is
water. We are willing to pay for It.
Everybody signed the 60-ccnt per front
foot petition, nlthough several didn't
wnnt to, hut simply had to do It to get
water. Wo are willing to pay for wntcr.
We wnnt It. We 'nro supposed to bo
owners of this water plant we. thc people-
nnd yet we can't get water when
wo want to pay for It."
"It's Howell's plant," snld McGovern.
' It's no Joke to me," snapped Ahman
son, "And neither was that a Joke," Mc
Govern enme back.
Ahmnnson snld fifty families were rep.
rcsented'6u the petition sent to the Water
board, nnd that these families, living on
a paved street In a densely populated
district, were compelled to use well water.
"A'nd these wells ought to be con
demned," ho asserted. "And I understand
some of them have been,"
Worse ThniW iKiiored.
Theso residents, willing to pay nnd de
sirous of securing wnter thnt does not
endanger their health, sincerely petitioned
the Wnter bourd, and according to Ah
mnnson huve. been worse than Ignored.
"The plumbing Is In my houses. It Is
ready to bo connected. Those houses are
useless to inc until I have wnter In them.
I'm not u promoter of cofnflrlds, nnd am
not asking for something to which I hnve
been frequently considered before, there
Is no certainty ns to what will bo done.
Want Women to Vote
in New City Charter
Representatives of the locnl woman
suffrage organizations will nsk that votes
for women ho Incorporated Into the new
homo rule city, charter. Inquiry has nl
ready been made of the charter conven
tion officers as to opportunity for u public
hearing on tho question of municipal
woman suffrage without waiting for tho
submission of n state-wide suffrage
nirendment. Tho presentation of tho re
quest has been delegated to n committee
of which Mrs. Ada I. Atkinson Is thu
head, nnd it Is Intimated that tho con
vention will be asked to make a special
older for tho discussion of suffrngo at
next week's meeting.
Up to Present Time 135 Cases Have
Been Assisted, $42,728 Spent.
HOLDING MEETINGS EVERY DAY
Committee In Charge of Work As
sembles Kach Afternoon to Pass
. Upon Hequlsltloua thnt
llare Been Bent In.
For the rehabilitation work of the re
lief committee 141,728 has been expended
up tu the present time. This was used
on US cases shown on the records up to
Thursday night. Averages In this case
however, mean very little, as In some In
stances not more than $25, or perhaps
JJO, is .appropriated, while In others sev
eral hundred dollars are necessary to
repair the home properly.
The amount appropriated for each case
has been gradually rising, Instead of de
creasing, since the first fifty that were
handled. This Is taken to mean that
more difficult problems are now being
taken up by them while the first ones
decided upon were cases In which the
damage was so slight that they were
taslly disposed of.
Meets Uach Afternoon.
The committee holdr meetings every
afternoon at the Commercial club room
from 3 to S o'clock, at which time the
new Issues for rehabilitation are taken
up and passed upon. The committee is
especially ahxIoUs that requests be pre
sented to. them -while they are still dally
holding these meetings In prder that all
may be properly disposed of. They have
asked that anyone having a case In mind
that should be Investigated present the
facts to the committee so that It may be
considered at one of the meetings.
The average number of regulations a.
ued at the relief sfatlon dally at present
(s about 113. These are requisitions for
clothing, groceries and furniture. The
requisitions or clothing are the smallest
'tem now. ,
to Be Given a Boost
The first automobile run conducted by
the Kansas Btate Automobile association
will start from Kansas City.. Kan., at 7
o'clock, the morning of May 9, 1913, and
will arrlvo In Omaha at 3:30 p. m May
10, If on schedule time.
Twenty-five cars have ulready been
pledged Secretary Watklns to mako tho
trip. The purpose of the run Is to boost
the Omaha-Kansas City scenic route and
to Bee that It Is properly murked and
Charles W. Barnes, president of the
Kansas State Automobllo association, of
Topeka; Neal A, Pickett, president of the
Automobile club of Arkansas City, and
William Kennedy, secretary of the Com
mercial club of Arkansas City, formerly
of Omaha, will be In the party, Mr
Barnes and Mr. Kennedy are good
speakers and will, no doubt, create a
great deal of enthusiasm along the route,
CHICAGO GRAIN JOURNAL
COMPLIMENTARY TO OMAHA
In the April number of the American
Co-Operntlvo Journal, thc official organ
of tho Farmers' Grain Dealers' associa
tion of the northwestern States, printed
In Chicago, Omaha Is commended for
the remarkable spirit displayed by Its
citizens In rehabilitating tho wrecked
area. Bxccrpts of the article follow:
"Again we nre called upon ta witness
a disastrous storm nt Omaha, und again
Omaha rises out of tho wreck tofctcstlfy
to her own strength. Omaha rofused
aid from tho outsldo nnd rose. In her
might and magnificence, to isay. 'We
will undertnke' the rebuilding of our
city without charity.'
"We admire tho co-opcrutlvo spirit of
Omaha for n city Is great in proportion
to the spirit of development nnd promo.
right. What can I do7
want to know."
Assistant City Attorney tambert snld
mfkridnmUH proceedings was probably
tho only recourse. Ahmnnson said he i tjon t)mt characterizes Its citizens."
imiwi v iime 10 go tnrougn nny period of
extended litigation. ,,,.,
It was suggested that Ahmnnson col. i Dtf U I WUrlltn5 I HUUCU
lect money from thc property owners and
tender It to liuwoll for the cost of the
main. Ths, It was pointed out by Ah
manson. would be Impossible because ho
would bo obtaining money under false
pretenses, "I would -have no assurance
of getting the main any curlier." he said
"or of getting It nt all,"
Mr. Hoyden of Hastings & Heydcn
signed the petition nlong with seventy
five othcis, Ahmnnson.
ttulleltotis for Hoard.
'Hastings Is high In the councils of
tho Heal Kstnte exchange," Commissioner
Butler remarked. "Thn exchange has
seemed very solicitous nbout the welfare
of the Water board. Hastings, therefore,
ought to bo able to get this main for
Mayor Dahlman wnnted to know where
thc Water board got Its authority to
resolute Howell Into power to Instal
water mains wherever he pleased unless
thoy were operating under the inctropotl.
tun water district bill now.
To this there was no answer.
Ahmnnson went away without redress.
He says he Is simply "up against It," and
doesn't know which way to go nor what
to do. Neither do the other signers of,
the petition, nor does anybody else know
except attorneys who ndvlse legal action
WHEN NOT IN SERVICE
Scrub men and other helpers nVound
the Union station hnve been tagged so
that they will not bo nnnoyed by in-
cpilsltlvo travelers, especially when not
On the front doors of elevators In tho
buildings uround town, when tho cars
arc not being used, placards bearing the
woids, "Not In Service," nre nttoched.
Thc same rule has been applied to the
depot kcrub men while they nro about
the building und arc not nt work. Now,
If you see a colored man at tho Union
stntlon nnd to him Is attached a large
card, on which Is printed, "Not In Kerv
Ive," you may know that ho Is not nt
FUGITIVE FROM LAW GIVES
HIMSELF UP TO POLICE
John Blackwell, a fugitive from law,
gave himself up to tho police, advising
them that he was wanted In Kansas City
for stealing two suits of clothes. Ho Is
about 35 years old and hunger probably
had some effect upon his delivering him
self to the authorities.
and wounds are healed, without danger
of blood poisoning, by Hucklen's Arnica
Salve, the healing, wonder. Only Kc. For
sate by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement.
Shoes and Teeth
Need Fixing at
Smtthfleld, Neb.. Is badly in need or a
dentist and a cobbler. C, X Ironside,
editor of the Smithfield Enterprise, has
written to the publicity bureau of the
Commercial club seeking a way out of
the difficulties now confronting the town.
There are many persons suffering from
toothuche and two or three who need
new sets of false teeth, but the expense
of coming to the city Is too much for
these victims. A dentist Is badly needed.
Many citizens, too, are wearing out their
shies. 'They say the uppers are in flrit
class condition, and to throw away tho
shoes Just because there I not a cobbler
In the town to fix them would be wanton
waste The requirements for the two
needed professional men Is that they be
"sober competent and reliable."
Of strictly now nnd up-to-date Hats of tho
most seasonable styles, $8.00 to
.$r().00 values; about 100 hats &4
to choose from, nt this price W "
MRS. S. RICHARDS
ROOM 4 WEAD BLDG. i 1
Cor. IHtlt nnd Parnam. 18th Street Kntrance.
Save $20 on
If you are living on a moderate income you cannot ajforci
to close your eyes to the fact that you can make your
dollars buy from 20 to 25 more furniture here than
at any other store in all Omaha.
The store that saves you money
We're causing the people of this city
to realize that this big store, with its
great Minneapolis branch both
working with a definite idea of con
troling market conditions and forcing
prices of furniture dowmvard is wor
thy and deserving of their patronage.
If we can't easily convince you that we can save
you money we'll not ask you to buy. But our
prices speak for themselves and show very
clearly that a savingjof 20 to 25 is possible.
Easiest Credit Terms
We nre now making by far the easiest credit terms of
any store in Omaha, allowing the smallest payments and
i!'imr tlm mruf HKnrnl ti'O.'lt.
meat at all times. Get acquaint
ed with this .new and better
homefurnishing institution it
will pay you.
A handsome Dresser, large bevel
mirror, two ton draw
ers, regular value ?1G,
Tho famoUn "Whlto Moun
tain," solid luidwood, cabinet,
rounded corners, extra ntro:i
ieo rack, all metal
now at i
9x12 BRUSSELS RUG
New l'attern Brussels Rugs, one of sev
eral lots on sale hero this
week. This lot now
A hlRli Rrude buffet, heavy and
substantial, quartered onk In
Kuincd or Karly KiikHhIi finish,
mirror, real val
ue, $35, price . .
Every-Oay Needs in Drugs and
Toilet Articles Specially
Priced for Saturday
PAINTING TI.MK IS IIKKK Shorwln
WIUiamB' Paints have no equal. A special
paint for each purpose. Call for color card.
1 pint Family Paint 13c
l-gallon can Outsldo Paint IjKi.Ol)
1 pint good Varnish ."n
1 quart Inside Floor Paint ."Oc
1 quart Mar-Not Floor Varnish 85c
The MARK CROSS
Wo consider this an excellent rustor
nnd Kindly Imck up tho munui'iictu''
er's guarantee that the "Mark Tosh"'
will rIvo you a smooth, easy shave
equal to any $5.00 razor. The handlo
nnd frnnio arc triple silver plaud and
the blaJes nro certainly miracles of
steel. Kach ruzor Is furnished with
one hlndo In an attrnctlvc box, at the
introductory price of
2 - qt. Koun-
Itubber Ice Hags
2-qt, Water lings
kind ... 5o
35o to 91.35
.350 to $1.35
Ilexall Toovh Paste
Wuter 35o, 500, 75o
60c Pebeco Toot 1.
... - j. .. t ...... . m
'... . . . i ami; m j
: frftTSg'- 50c Pompetnn Mas-
MASSAGE I I'rKim 14o
CREAM ' 10c Qraham's Olive
uream Soon ... .40
50c Hind's Honey and Almond
Fairbanks' Fairy Soap 3V4o
25o Sanltol Tooth Paste lao
25o Holmes' Frastella, for ....13o
25c Packer's Tar Soap llo
$1 Vloletta Loulsette Powder 59o
25c Victor's Tooth Powder Mo
$1 Oray's Glycerine Tonic ....39o
$1 Wine of Cardul for 89o
Dr. Cooper's Medicine ...45c, 89o
$1 Hostetter's Bitters 89o
$1 Squlbbs' Sursnparilla 75a
Ozomulslou 45c, 89a
Rexull Orderlies ....10c, 35o 50a
Scott's Kmulslon 45o B9o
Hays' Hair .Health 45o, 89c
Llsterlne 15c, 35c, 45c, 89o
nexall Kidney Cure 45c, 39o
Uorden's Malted Milk 45c, 89o
$1 I,ydia Pinkham's Compound
Olycothymollne 35c, 45c, 89o
Itexnll 93 Hair Tonic . 50o, 31.00
Fellows' Syrup for 89c, 81.34
Spruce Pepsin Tablets 50c, 31.00
$1 Guertln's Nervo Syrup 89o
FREE 56c BOTTLE OF PALMOLIVE SHAMPOO
SIX CAKES OF PALM OLIVE TOILET SOAP
Regular price 15c a cake and a bottle of Palm
Olive Shampoo Saturday, all for
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
FBOFBIITOBS Or THE rOUB OlffAHA BZSXJLXiIj BTOBS
Sherman tc McConnell Drag1 Co., Corner 16th and Dodge.
Owl Drug Co., Corner 16th and Barney.
toyal Pharmacy. Hotel Loyal Block.
The Harvard Pharmacy, Corner 34th and rarnam.
The Perilitent and Judlclouii l ae of
Newspaper dvertltlng la tho Road to
Our coupon holders will please call (or 14k Gold Initialed
China Wishes, vfMch were delayed on the way from Europe.
A largo shipment of this exquisite service Is now on hand for
free distribution among regular customers, and requests for any
Initial can be met.
AT THE SIGN OF
UP THE GOLDIH STAIRS
From one-fifth to one-third of
the business of the bigger Omaha
stores comes from out of town
Thnt is the statement mnde in reply
to the question nsked ten of our lead
The Omaha Bee
has Ifs own carrier de
liver)' In tlie larger towns
wife from Co
cnine to town the
other day nnd
spent $85 in our
did she spend it? Why in the stores
she knew, of ' course. But she had
never been in an Omnhn store before
whnt does she know nbout Omaha
stores? She rends The Bee every day
nnd she knows nil about our stores.
She knows those thnt ndvertise regu
larly the others she enn't possibly
know about. These nre nqt all "big
stores either. It's "the regular adver.
tiser that gets this immense volume of
It's continuous advertising that pays
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