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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 4, 1013.
GREAT SALE STARTS
last night marked, the close of the ex
tensive preparations at Orkln Bros, for
their bis sale which starts tomorrow
morning; whf.n they will place on sale
the quarter million dollar wholesale
n stock of Orkln & Lovttt, Sioux City, la.
The Immense assortment consists of the
very newest and most favored dry roods,
notions, men's clothing; and furnishings,
and will be sold without reserve at about
COo on the dollar.
No stone has been left unturned to
make the sals of keenest Interest and a
record breaker In value giving. It Is
vald thla event In Its entirety Is the
greatest undertaking' ever attempted by
any Omaha store.
Within the walls of the building one
virtually scents the spirit of the event
as he enters, while the great tables and
counters piled high with the myriads of
bright, new bargains will prove amaslng
to the hundreds of shoppers who ore
sure to attend.
The windows are In gala attire, brimful
of value-giving suggestions and number
less pointers to the road to economy
The bright yellow tickets and signs each
bearing the prices In unmistakably large
figures add life and attraction to the
"Weeks and weeks were spent In prep
aration and with the colossal task drawn
to a close, there Is a most unusual In
tenseness of Interest which will un
doubtedly be manifested Monday morn-
. Ing when the doors swing open at the
" stroke of 8.
Dr. William Creighton
wishes'to announco to his friends
and patrons his roturn from Pal
estine, The Holy Land, Jerusalem
and tho Orient, -where ho has
spont tho winter.
Or. Maxwell will be pleased to
meet his friends and patrons at
408-910 Omaha National Bank
17th and Farnam St.,
'where he Is engaged In treating
All Diseases of tho Rectum
Cutting, Tying or Burning
aad Without Fata.
Dr. Maxwell 1ms resided la Omaha
for twemty-ftevew years.
A written guarantee given In all
cases treated, ray when cured.
Dr. W, G, Maxwell
408-8-10 Omaha National Bank
17th and Farnam SU.
PIiobo lied 4300.
Gut this out for roferonco.
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Writ Pre Catalog- of Maalcal
A. HOSPE CO.
Danalas St Omaha. He.
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mvw tokx ruBuo xjxsast.
Entrance examinations June V. 1911.
One-year course for certificates. Two-
year course for diploma. Bend to M. W.
Plummer Principal, 47 FltUi Avenue.
;w zone lor aescnouve circular.
Eloventh and McGee SU.
Kansas City. Mo.
located in the retail and
X koUl of quality and refinement
Jt reasonable prices. European plan
1 li par day. Take elevated
car at depot marked 27th St, dl
et to hotel.
MUFPKK-BIINSON SOTKL CO.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Ml tratt. ylar.a. aaaisrta. New
UPPER HOW, LEFT TO niOHT-S. E.
JOSKP2I MALLIBON, J, W. CRESS, O. W. LOWER. J. H. BEROEB.
Nebraska survivors of the battle of
Gettysburg, of whom there are supposed
to be some 175 In the state, will attend
the reunion that Is to be held on the
field where they fought July 1, 2, 3 and i.
1SC2. The appropriation made by the Ne
braska legislature makes It possible for
mem to aitcna ana participate in tne
RAID LEADS TO SCRIMMAGE
Bulldog Joins in Attaok on Police
at Vinton Street Place.
MANY MAKE THEIR,
Some Get Out the Hack Way and
Others Jump Through Windows
, and Ran Over rtoofs of
A "blind plg'over Sambo's saloon, 1313
Vinton street, was raided about 10 o'clock
Friday evening- by a patrol load of of
ficers headed by Sergeant Rlsrwart and
(Pete Dillon. The establishment was
reached by climblnr a long- dark stair
way, and the officers, upon training the
second , floor, were engaged In a lively
scrimmage by the dozen or more occu
Several women escaped through a rear
door before tho officers could apprehend
them, while at least four male occupants
beat a hasty reCreat through convenient
windows opening on the roofs of adjoin
ing buildings. When the officers surprised
the party ono of tho men, who escaped,
urged a large white bulldog, which was
In the room, to attack the officers, but
a well directed swing of Dillon s black
Jack took all tho battle out of the canine
While the police were engaged In round
ing up the Inmates a crash of glass was
heard In an adjoining room and Ser
geant Slgwart shoved open the door and
was In time to seo the fleeting coattall.
of a gentleman, who neglected to raise
the window or tho blind beforo making
Sambo Dravra a Fine.
Leading the offenders down tho stair
case, one man thought to be Sambo him
self, darted suddenly through a side door
Into the saloon, and Immediately locked
the door behind him. The officers bat
tered the door from Us hinges, but a
thorough search of the place fatted to re
veal the quarry. About 11 o'clock the!
patrol again made a trip to the estab
lishment and Sambo, the proprietor, was
takon. In police court he received a tine
of 75 and costs and the Inmates taken,
six in number, were dismissed, with the
exceptlpn of two, one getting fifteen days
and the other CO and costs.
for Register Staff
The candidates for nest year's Register
staff have been passed upon by the ex
ecutive board at the Omaha High school.
The campaign will open Monday, lasting
until Wednesday, May 21, when the re
sult will be published. The board denied
a nomination to Harold Torell, this year's
business manager, who having broken all'
records in getting ads had filed for ed
itor. Candidates passed upon: For editor-in-chief,
Haydn Myer and Edmund Booth;
assistant editor. Marie Rowley, Edna Le-
vine, Margaret Qetten and Lorlne Davtsi
business manager, Arno Truelsen, Jua
son Squires, Glen Pax to a and Wahlfrea
Jacobsen; assistant business manager,
Edwin Gould, William Campen and Rob
ert Edwards. v
TWO OFFICERS GUARD
WOUNDED HOLDUP MAN
Before the night shift of police left the
station for their various posts Friday
afternoon, George Floth, S102 Burt street,
one of the holdups token Thursday night,
was brought before the shift at the re-
quest or Chief of Detectives Stove
Maloney. Sergeant Vanous placed the
man on a platform raised from the floor,
gathered the officers about him and gve
the following Instructions: "George Floth,
the man before you, Is a desperate crim
inal; get mental picture of his build,
looks and characteristics and at any time
In the future should you encounter and
recognize the man, bring him to the na
tion, no matter how he is occupied."
aiarvin Le Lor, who la at preaent a
patient at Bt Joseph's hospital by reason
of a bullet wound In the right leg, which
be received from the revolver of Patrol
man Wade, Is causing the police depart
ment no little anxiety as to the method
to be employed In keeping him under
close guard while receiving medical at
tentlon. De Lor Is In no condition to be
put In Jail and his several almost mirac
ulous escapes from the authorities Tfii-
rant a close watch. At present two Tien
are kept constantly at Lbs vauadrd
Veterans Who Followed Meade
WIALL, T. X M'QUILLIN. J. J. BRUNBR, J. B. BIIUNER. LOWER IIOW.
proceedings that are to be held.
In Omaha there are something' like a
dozen men who were In the battle when
89,000 union soldiers were lined up against
and for four days fought 70,000 confed
erates, who, under General Robert E.
Lee, had started on a raid through Penn
sylvania. At Gettysburg Lee was halted,
No Chance of War
Between Japan and
U, S,, Asserts Maxey
LINCOLN, Neb., May J.-'There Is no
likelihood of war between the United
States and Japan. Japan does not want
war. Neither do we. It Is probable that
the federal government will go to any
extent to avoid complications with the
Japanese over the California situation."
This was the statement of Dr. Edwin
Mnxey, professor of International taw at
the University of Nebraska, and one of
the men retained by the Japanese govern
ment as counsel In the first Japanese
controversy In California. Dr. Maxey, at
the time of the school controversy In
California made a careful study of the
Japanese question, and has been follow
ing the present trouble closely,
"The present complications, outside of
trouble with Japan, however, present a
question fundamental In Its nature and
one whloh will go to the very rudiments
of tho system of American government,"
said Dr. Maxey. "It will mean Just what
power and pressure may be brought to
boar upon the Individual state .by the
federal government to prevent an action
which will embarrass tho states as a
"Tho question Is one which has never
before come up nnd could even assume
the magnltudo of the one which was
settled when tho southern states at
tempted to withdraw from the union.
The question will probably be settled In
the courts and perhaps the proposed antl
alien land law of California will be de
clared unconstitutional. But If the Call,
fornlans should refuse to obey the ulti
matum of the courts, then the question
will be as to how far the United States
can go to force California to a decision."
ur. Maxey believes the southern states
wilt give moral support to California.
along with tho labor unions.
County Board Will
Decide on the Bonds
If money for reconstruction work Is
raised by a bond Issue voted by Douglas
county, It will be loaned without Interest
to property owners who suffered loss In
the tornado and want to rebuild their
dwellings. All members of the Board of
County Commissioners are agreed upon
"The bond issue would do little rood it
Interest were to be charged borrowers
who want to rebuild thtlr homes," sold
Commissioner Lynch. "If bonds are to be
voted the money will be loaned without
charge to deserving persona"
The board has received a communica
tion from the Commercial club and the
relief committee, asking that a special
election In Douglas county to vote 1250, W0
bonds be called. The commissioners agreed
to meet representatives of the two or
ganizations Tuesday morning ot 10 o'clock
to discuss the matter.
ASKS BIG DAMAGES FOR
s. INJURIESJN ELEVATOR
"When Miss Louise Gregg left the seventh
story of the Brandels building on De
cember IS, 19 J 2, and took the elevator go
ing down, she was on her way to her
Christmas dinner.' She never ate that
meal, for she met with an accident and
was Injured. She has sued the owners ot
the building for 115,600 damages, alleged
sustained when the elevator dropped
seventy feet and threw her from her
Miss Gregg was employed by the West
ern Union company as a bookkeeper. She
alleges that she was so severely hurt
that she was forced to submit to a seri
ous surgical operation.
POLICE COURT BREAKS
ALL RECORDS FOR FINES
, The closing month of April has shat
tered all police court records for tines,
costs and bonds forfeited, the total
amount reaching 13,470. DO, as compared
with the next highest amount, W, 407. 15,
reached In February of this year. Of the
sum collected In April 11.390 was fines.
S2S0 costs and I1.S40 bonds forfeited. This
latter amount goes to the police relief
fund. Disorderly houses Talded during-
the month of April totalled twenty-two.
considerably more than several of the
preceding months, and the proprietors ot
the places raided ware Iln4 on aa av
and Hancock at Gettysburg
defeated 'and turned back, and by many
it Is regarded that there the decisive bat
tle of the rebellion was fought.
The men who fought at Gettysburg
constituted the flower of both north and
south. They were young men and at
the time were at their best. Since .hen
time has thinned their ranks and today
TO FORM MUTUAL COMPANY
Omaha Manufacturers May Pound
Own Insurance Corporation.
DEPENDS ON WORKMEN'S LAWS
Final Passage of Compensation Dill
and Rmployers' Liability Law
Means that Organisation
Will Become Reality.
'When the new workmen's compensation
and employers' liability law goes Into ef
fect In Nebraska July IT, tho Omaha
Manufacturers' association will establish
a mutlal Insurance company to bo oper
ated within the state by Nebraska manu
facturers. Circulars ore now bolng sent out to
members of the local association and to
state manufacturers announcing the pro
posed new company together with the
Information that tho mutual Insurance
will compete with that offered under the
employers' llaBlllty and workmen's cotri
pensatlon law ot the old line companies,
rtnte to lie No Higher.
The first circular says "the rate of in
surance to be charged by the mutual
company will be under no circumstance
more than that charged by the old line
companies under the new law, with tho
additional benefit that all surplus over
and above tho cost of operation, with
the exception of a small reserve fund,
will be returned to you In yearly divi
dends." It Is probable that after the establish
ment of the mutual insurance company
by the Omaha association the Nebraska
State Manufacturers' association will
organize a stmtlar company or Join with
the Omaha members. The new law Is
expected to boost the Insurance business
In the state considerably and tho mutual
companies will be formed to keep the
rates down to a minimum.
Manufacturers are being asked by the
Omaha association the amount of their
present yearly payroll and the full
amount of premiums now paid with a
view of adjusting rates which will insure
the success of the mutual Insurance com
pany while keeping them as low or tower
than those charged by the old line com
panies. They are being asked. "If the
plan for mutual Insurance la satisfactory
to you; If the rules are satisfactory to
you; It the constitution nnd by-laws are
satisfactory to you, will you place your
liability Insurance with this mutual com
As soon as a sufficient number of
answers are received to the circular, tho
announcement nsto trie success or failure
ot the plan will be made. It Is expected.
however, that the mutual Insurance will
meet with much favor, not only among
the Omaha members, but from manufac
turers throughout the state. If a suf
ficient number favors the plan the com
pany will be In operation when the bill,
known as senate tlta No. L takes effect
SUGAR COMPANY SENDS
DRAFT FOR RELIEF FUND
J, P. Fallon, manager of the Seavey &
Flarshelm Brokerage company, with of
fices in the First National Bank build
ing, received a draft from the Callfornlan
and Hawaiian Sugar Refining company
ot San Francisco for J500 as a contribu
tion from that concern for the relief fund
ot the Retail Grocers' association.
The accompanying letter states that It
has been an actual pleasure for the com
pany to send the gift to the sufferers,
not only because It Is considered a duly,
but also for the reason that it believes
RAIN STOPS BATTLE
ON THE DANDELION PEST
Few dandelions were putted yesterday,
the second day for the battle against
the pest Rain, wet lawns and mud pre
vented a continuation of thi campaign.
Several children splashed into the dande
lion territory and yanked out several ot
the plants, but citizens genorally tem
porarily abandoned the battle.
OLSON GETS BIG VERDICT
FOR BREAKING HIS LEG
Ole Olson was given a verdict for I5.S00
against the Missouri Paclflo railway In
the damage suit tried In the federal court
Olson was Injured In March, 1911, when
he bumped Into a post on the railway
company's right-of-way at Eighteenth
street whan he fell, breaking his leg In
tw aiteM aaa Injuring bl BMrnaaaaUr.
LEFT TO niairr-WILI.IAM M'LKAW.
those who survive after fifty years are
slowly climbing down the slope that
leads to the hereafter.
The accompanying picture shows a
bthch of the veterans as they appear at
this time. All are well known here and
have been citizens of Omaha and Douglas
county for many years.
Waters Flood House;
Family Gets Fright
The homo of William Dryar, 1905 South
Twenty-third street, was flooded a foot
deep and the furniture was scattered In
every direction during the rain last night
Mr, and Mrs. Dryar had Just put their
children to bed In a rear room when the
water poured through the door and win
dows. The couple snatched up the youngsters
and were assisted up an Inside staircase
to the second floor, where lives Mr. and
Mrs, J. E. Compton. Compton himself
was standing In the doorway when the
waters came and was pushed by Its force
Into the yard, where he succeeded In an
choring to a small sapling until the rush
receded a few minutes later.
The homes of N. Macintosh and L.
Creston were also damaged by the muddy
torrents, Creston and his family becom
ing panic-stricken and crawling Into thu
yard through a side window. No one
was seriously hurt
The spot where the small flood rook
place Is In a deep hallow and tho waters
from the near cloudburst accumulated to
tho depth of about two feet at one time
before they receded.
Police old was callod for and a hurry
call was responded to In tho belief that
four persons were drowned.
Pontiff Works Several
Hours Every Day
ROME, May 3. Pope Plux X continues
to progress In recovery ot his health.
Every day he descends to his llbray and
devotes several hours to his work, t Is
learned that one. of his first acts after he
became convalescent was to appoint Dr.
Andrea Amlcl his own private physician.
Although Dr. Amlcl Is not the official
Vatican physician, he shared with Prof.
Ettoro Machiafava the responsIbtUty of
caring for the pontiff during his recent
Illness. His holiness expressed the warm
est desire today to receive Cardinal Fer
rata, who has Just returned from Malta
and to hear from him everything con
cerning the Eucharlstlo congress, which
has Just been held there.
FIRDAY EVENING'S STORM
STIRRED UP MUCH ANXIETY
One of the most plentiful rains Omaha
has had for some time fell during Friday
and Friday night. The precipitation for
the thlrty-slx hours ending this morning
was LIS Inches.
A great many people were nervously
exercised Friday night after watching
tho bank of wicked looking clouds In
tho west The same thing prevailed In
St Louis for a long time after the tor
nado there and subsequent storms al
ways stirred up a great deal of anxiety
among the people who were In the path
ot the twister.
HUMMEL WILL PLACE
LUNCH TABLES IN PARKS
Park Commissioner Hummel will as
soon as he secures sufficient funds place
rough tables and chairs In public parks
where plcnlo parties may lunch. The
park commissioner has spent $8,000 Im
proving Hanscom park this season. New
walks, comfort stations, flowers, trees,
a new sewer and other Improvements
have been made.
Quick, Easy and Positive
Cure for All Foot Torturo
The following Is said to be the surest
and quickest cure known to science, for
all foot ailments: "Dissolve two table
spoonfuls of Caloclde compound In a
basin ot warm water. Soak the feet In
this for fully fifteen minutes, gently
rubbing tho sore parts." The effect t
really wonderful. All soreness
goes Instantly; the feet feel
delightful. Corns and callous
ness can be peeled right off
It gives Immediate relief for
sore bunions, sweaty, smelly
and aching feet. A twenty
five cent box of Caloddo Is
said to be sufficient' to cure
the worst feet It works
through the pores and re
moves the cause ot the trouble. Don't
waste time on uncertain remedies. Any
druggist has Caloclde compound In stock
or he can get It In a few hours from his
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New sanitary Improvements,
cold air circulation, heavier In
sulation, blggor, make our re
frigerators splendid money sav
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If you filtered
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A- case, of Luxus should be in every home.
Brewed and bottled by Fred Krug Brewing
Co. Phone your order today and try this
most delicious, refreshing and soothing drink.
Luxus Mercantile Co.
109-11 No. 16th St.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HAY and GRAIN
Wo make a specialty of handling CHOICE UPLAND Kansas
and Nebraska IIAY. Wo also carry Nebraska and Wyoming IRRI
GATED ALFALFA HAY.
Our Capacity Is 000 TONS.
TEL. CALL US FOR PRICES 1223
Cat Price COAL, HAY, GRAIN and BUILDING MATERIAL,
SPECIAL PRICES FOR MAY
Our minimum prices:
Gold Crowns ,y. $2.50
Bridge Work $2.50
Set of Teeth $5.00
Teeth Extraced with out pain .... 50c
Bushman Block, Room 3.
An exceptional showing of Diamonds, Watches
Corals, Lockets, Rings, Bar Pins, Pendant Neck
Chains and many other pleasing gifts at prices that
LINDSAY, Th Jeweler
Sxptrt Watch ana Svtnlrj JUpalrUf
, BfllH ata 1Mb m.
Wo will continue our spe
cial sale prices and terms
a few days longer. A rare
opportunity to secure one of
tlrcse great sanitary gaa-sav-iJ
ranges. We connect our
gas ranges. Sold on pay
ments if desired.
Lawn Mowers. Our ball
bearing, 4-knife Hust
ler mower, high wheel,
self-sha r p e ning, regu
lar $4.95,. J AF
AND GARDEN TOOLS
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