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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, Jt'LY 4, 1013.
SOHHELL ISSUES A WARNING
W6unda Received in Fourth Celebra
tioft Must Be Treated Promptly.
MAY "MEAN LIFE OR DEATH
Jtralth Commissioner Urjtea Neces
sity otCnlllnnr Snrgreon at Ones
"When Child or Orovrn-Up la
. Injured hy explosion.
Health Commissioner It W. d&nncll
Mim parents of children Injured during
tho Fourth of July celebration that It 1.1
r jnatter of llfo or death that a surscon
be called at once. Lockjaw, he says, may
follow tho more serious laceration and
it Is almost Impossible to nave the
patient once lockjaw has appeared. He
"Accidents from an Insane July 4 havo
been decidedly lessened by tha agitation
of the press, physicians, police offllcals
and others Interested In patriotic demon
strations conducted In such a manner
that the loss of life, limbs and permanent
cripples shall be prevented. Notwith
standing warnings, however, there arc
still many accidents and Injuries sus
tained. It Is necessary that everyone
should be fully Informed what to do In
case of an Injury from fireworks, gun
powder toy and other pistols, exploded
caps and cartridges.
Serlona Iteanlta Foil air.
"Mow serious results follow this form
of Injuries, although at first they may
appear trivial, than any other kind. The
safest way Is to call a surgeon at once,
as a majority of these cases are sur
gical cases and the utmost care must be
used to prevent that fatal and horrible
disease, tttnnu or lockjaw
"First Thoroughly .cleanse tha wound
with soap and boiled water.
"Becondr-Freely cut or Incise the wound
under local or general anesthesia,
"Third Be positive that every article
of foreign substance Is removed and badly
lacerated and injured tissue 'should bo
"Fourth After cleansing thoroughly,
cauterize the wound freely with a stick
br Instrument dipped In pure carbolic
acid. And then wash out tho wound with
alcohol. In place of carbolic acid, tincture
of Iodine or a S3 per cent solution of
phenol can be used.
"Firth Do not close wound with su
tures. . Allow perfect dralnago and let It
heal by granulation.
".Sixth Apply a loose, moist dressing of
sterilised gausc. Constantly soak In an
antiscptlo solution of boraclo acid, lyo
sol S per cent solution or btchorlde of tncr
. cury. 1-3.0OQ solution,
"Last and most Important In all badly
lacerated wounds especially where any
foreign substance Is found in tho wound.
In this case have administered at once
1.G00 units of anti-tetanic scrum to prevent
lockjaw, If the physician who attends
the caso falls to do this, send for another
surgeon, as it will likely bo Impossible
to nave the case It lockjaw develops. - Tho
serum will nearly always prevent tetanus
When used -early. No bad effects will fol
iow"thuso of anti-tetanic scrum."
. Postal Receipts
Show Big Increase
for Month of June
08 o the largest gains, If not tho
largest, In postal receipts at the Omaha
postofflce is recorded for the month of
June, lMjk Tho total receipts for tho
month Just closed were tlOMSWO, as com
pared with 90,309,tt for 'the correspond
ing monlh In 1912. The gain over June,
191:, is. 111,257.66, or an Inercasa of 18 per
The gain In June, 3912, over tho cor.
responding month in 1311. was but 1,U2,11,
or an Increase of but .0175 per cent.
Postmaster Wharton attributes the In
crease .to tha parcel post and the business
growth of Qmaha.
Two Autos Collide;
Are Badly Damaged
An automobile driven by Leonard
Bchubel, mj Douglas street, collided with
a machine driven ny Jay Burns, Jr., 2011
Blnney street, at Twenty-fjfth and Dodgo
streets late -Wednesday night. Both ma
chines were badly smashed, but the occu
pants were only scratched.
WEW RULING IS MADE FOR
FEDERAL COURT CASES
Judges William H, and Thomas C. Mun
ger xif the United State district court
have made an order that the first Mon
day in . each month, beginning In August,
shall be set sslde as motion day, Hereto
fore motions for new trials and hearings
In equity, caves hava been roado the open
ing week of court terms And occupy so
much time that the term must be ox
tended in order tn try all cases. The fol
lowing ruUng was entered In the federal
The first, Alonday tit each month, ex
cepting as hereinafter stated, shall be
motion day, when motions In equity cases,
raquirlne notice and hearlpg, may be
heard and disposed of. ,
Motion day for the months of August
and September shall ba tha next to the
last secular day In those months.
Such motions In cases pending h the
Lincoln, a rand Island, Hastings and Mo
Cook divisions shall bo heard at Lincoln;
those pending In the Omaha. Norfolk.
ChadroH and North Platte divisions at
If. by reason of Kleknps. nhnr fmm
the district, or inability to be present, the
resldsnt Judge shall be unable to attend
on motion day at Llnpoln. motions to be
hfeard there may be heard on the follow,
ing day at Omaha; and, it ror tike rea
sons, the resident ludee Is unable to at-
tend m motion day at Omaha, motions
jo dc nearo. xnere may do neara at m
olo on the fallowing day.
FIREMEN GET DAMAGES ..
, AGAINST CAR COMPANY
'ZyMt&p IifBten, captain, and Patrirk
MeHt and liana C. Hansen, firemep
tha Twesty-fourth end Cumin? strict
station, were awarded T 'Jimsgei by
Judge Crawford of the winty court for
iBjtariee received when a he cart, in
wMehtfcey were riding was struck by
& tret ear February .
She cowsany's defense won that the
cart sorted (or tha left side of the
artrsat when It left the station. The
jNdce atetdedf that this m propar
oemt 1 take because the cart otherwise
woufcl Have fcd to wait until obsr street
t tha TwsBty-fourth and Cun'g
Mraet.aacjMK' wre out of tho way. The
gUmrKfa kd Jl. cash. Denetm and
Hmm m rev S3 oti an l HcflH
git m t m. , v
peHumot trem Uwt? trcmMa till
ttW k V' Kent's Kaw tHaasvery
wtH lrte Pe ' d it Far
uit fa Beaton Drug Cu.AwtWwent.
Yes Sir! Here's MY July "Slash Message"
ANY SUIT HALF PRICE
Sale Starts Saturday, . ,
July 5 th
A "Brooks" suit. has style, set up, get up and put
up; its stitches are stitched to stay; its fabric is "hon
est wool;" its fit is a studied fit. Every suit in this
stock ; was .made vP to meet the demands of the very
.highett clau trade in the ready-to-wear world arid yet
you may go through thU stock arid choose ANY suit
at HALT PJtlOI. Get that AMY UIT AT HALF
David Lamar, Known
Here as David Lewis,
Once Lived in Omaha
David Lamar, Wall street ' operator.
who astonished th nation "Wednesday at
u ucafinB pj., ine senaie tonoy commission
by admitting that ho hod' deceived Now
York financiers hy Impersonates cop.
Kressmcn and other public officials over
tho telephone, lived in Omaha more than
twenty "years ago. lie was lcnoAn liera
as Dvia II. LowIb,
Lewis conducted a stationery business
In tho New York Life bulldlner. Ho
lived at 108 South Twenty-firth street,
At one time ho arranged with local banks
to furnish them fresh blotters fivery.day,,
but tho banks discontinued the senlcq.
Judsto 'Oeorso A, -Boy of tho district
court was called to New York to Identify
Lamar as Duvld H. Lowls about eleven
years ago. lie had no troublo In dolutr
(his, as he had seen him many times in
Lamar charged at the hearing In Wash
ington that there had been a falsifica
tion .of. the hooks of the Union Pactfto
Xlalirohd company in 1891 by which tnore
than $SO,000,000 disappeared from Its sur
plus. This was emphatically denied by
raul D. Cravath nf counsel tor tha road,
who declared Lamar's statement was un
Judge Day was given to understand
when, he was In Now York that tho
financiers were looking up Lewis' record
.because he had been making trouble for
CnuRht n Had Cold,
"Last winter ray son caught a very bad
cold and the way he coughed was some
thing dreadful." writes Mrs. Sarah E,
Duncan of Tipton, la. "Wo thought sure
ha was going into consumption. We
bought just one bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Bemtdy and that one bottle
stopped his cough and cured his cold
completely. For sals by all druggists,
&Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
CITY. OFFICIAL NQTJCI39,
SPECIAL BLKCTION I'lmOT.AM ATtflW
To the voters of Douglas .County. N
By Virtue of a resolution tnirUI
on tho Hth day of June, A. D., 1913. by
the Board of County Commissioners of
Douglas county, Nebraska, thera will be
held a special election or the qualified
voters or said County and State on th
Hth day of July, A. U , 1913. on the prow
sltlon to Issue bonds for the purpose of
raising money to be loaned by said County
to destitute snd needy sufferers from the
c cione ox Mren . cam proposl
tlon ts as follows, to-wlt:
Shall the County of Douglas. Stat nf
Nebraska, lasuo and sell Its neKotlahla
bands In the sum and amount of Two
Hundred snd Fifty Thousand Dollars,
for the purpose of raising money to b
toanea 07 aia county to aestuuts or
wfferer from the tornado or oy
clone ol March SL In said County
of Dcmslas. io rrpalr or rebuild their
homes tr dwelling houses, damaged or
destroyed bywld tornado or cyclone. All
toatts to be made In the name of tha
county oi iouKia py a boara conkUtlne
of me touowing nameu Teaiaeni rree
holders of ssid county, to-wlt: II V
Rpd. J. II, Koplets. aeorge Kleffner,
Charles II. Drown and Nels J, Anderson.
All loans to be secured by first or soc
cotl uortgagQ on real estate owned by
BLaLaBsIp BaH BBBH
CITY OFFICIAL KOTlClSS.
the borrower. No loan to exceed One
Thousand Dollars, to b6 repaid In In
stallments to bo fid by said board of
free-holders. All loans to be mado with
out Interest Until maturity, after maturity
to bear tho statutory rate at seven Per
cent per 'anhum. 8ald bonds to he cou.
port bonds, payable to bearer, and to bear
date of September Snd, 1915, and to be
come duo and payable ten years aftor
dates rrov'ded, however, the County ol
Douglas reserves to Itself the privilege
of paying off all or any part of the bonds
numbered from one 11) to one hundred
000)), both Inclusive, at any tlmtf after
five ijS) years from tne date thereof.
Said bondit tn bear Interest at tho rate
of four ami three-fourths per cent (44
per annum, payable semi-annually. Said
bonds to bo known ua "Tornado Bonds
Of the County of Douglas. State of Ne
braska. IMS. Bald bonds to be of-the
denomination of One Thousand Dollars
tr.LOW.co) each, and numbered frotn one
to two hundred and fifty, both Inclusive,
and to be negotiated at the highest price
obtainable, and In no event to ' be sold
for less than their par value, and the
wococds from the sulo of ald bonds to
be used exclusively tor lha purposes
above stated. .
"Ahd shall tha Board of County Com
alisionvrs of the said County ol Douglas
bo authorized to levy annually upon all
ine laxaoie property in counu-u
fcufficlent to pay this Interest on said
bEuds as tho samc shall accrue, and sball
tho said Uoard of County Commissioners
be authorised to levy upon nil the taxable
property In said county, n tax sufficient i
to provide for tho redemption of. said I
huh). i mutiiritv? Th maximum
amount neoesary to be raised each year
to pay thw interest on wild .bonds 1;
m... rrhAiin,t vti-ht Hundred and
8evenU'-tl'e Dollsrs tll,87.05), and the
maximum amouht Necessary to be raised
n h nrinrtnui thereof at maturity
Is Tvo Hundred and Fifty Thousand
"And shall the Board of Cw'nfy.C0";;
misslonera of raid County of Douglas be
authorised to create a sinking fund, to
whloh snail oe crenitca me iitji;vcu
,!,J JiVrf rrnid to the county i
iuch fund, when available, to be used to
pav tne mtereai on
principal thereof at maturltvr v
Bald election will tie hold at the fol
lowing places in Douglas county
CITY OF OMAHA
First Dlstrlct-lioa South th street.
Second Dlstrlct-1017 South 10th streeU
Third Distrlct-1980 South I8th street
Fourth Dtatriot-919 Bancroft street.
Fifth Dlitrlct4M Lincoln avei.uiv
SECOND WARD. v
First Dlstrtct-Slia Uold street. ".Barn).
Second Dlstrlct-MIS South 20th street
Thlrd Dlstrlct-32t8 South Kth street.
Fourth District lbfla Dorcas street.
Fifth Dttrlct-M13 Vinton street.
Slsth Dlstrlot-J?23 Vinton stpet.
Seventh District 16th and Canton streets.
Sirs Dlatrief50S South Uth street.
Second Dlstrict-32i south 14th street
Third District 1415 Dodge street.
Fourth District Southeast corner ISth
street and Capitol avenue.
Filth Dlstrlot-aa North Mth street.
Sixth DlstrlQt-OS North 16th street,
First District ifilO Davenport street.
Second Dlstret-lU4 Harney atreet.
Third Dlstrict-nS4 Leavenworth street.
Fourth District 3636 Farnatn street
Fifth DlstrlPt-aoit Farnam street.
Sixth District Davenport street
First Dlstrlct-I14a North Hth strett
Scond D:trlct-lS4 Sherman avenue.
Third District Jl Sherman avenue.
Fourth Dtstrlet S0 Sherman avenue.
Fifth Dlstrlot-Seoi Sherman avenue,
Sixth District K64 Rbennan avenue.
R.vrntlDlntrlpt 4103 North 24th street.
Eighth District North side Ames ave
nue at 3J street.
Ninth District Cast aide 16th ana Grand
First Dtrlet-;4t6 North 21th street.
Recohd District-IMS North !4th street.
Third District -ITU North 24th street.
Fourth Dtstrtct-iOOl North Sth street
Fifth niatrlct-issst North I3d sUeet
Sixth Dlst"cl-ie4 Military avenue.
The "Halving" Process Commences Satur
day, 8 a. m., July 5, 1913
If some one or other were to come up to you and
say: "Here, Sir, is a silver dollar for 50oM you would
pass him the 60c so quickly that it would make his
head swim, wouldn't you? Well, ANY "BROOKS"
suit at HALF PRICE is JUST as big a value in its
way, as that silver dollar would be at 50c.
Any $20.00 Suit
remaining in my
stock awaits a
buyer at "Half"
Any $25 Suit you
see here may be
made yur proper-
ty at this "half price
Any $30 Suit will
be trans ferred from A
our stock to your
back at "half".
Any $35.00 Suit of
our's ought to be
welcomed by you at
"half" its price . . . ,
Any of our $35 or
$40 Suits may
had at "half".
Imagine a suit like that at
Corner 16th andHarny St.
City National Bank Buildin
COUNTY OFFICIAL: JfUTtCBS.
Seventh Dlstrlcti-2205 Military avenue.
First DlatrictWJiS Leavenworth street
(second Dlstrlct-2K3 Pacific BtreeU
Third District U25 Georgia avenue.
Fourth District 3 Leavenworth street.
Fifth Dlstrlct-1SJS l'ark ttvenua.
Sixth Dlstrlct-32&t Arbof'atreet (barn).
Seventh District mi LeavenWdrth street!
KIQUTll WARD. . ( '
ltrst Dlstrict-13U4 North 2tb -street.
Second District 1721 Cuming street.
Third Dlstrlct-GOCVi North ISth street.
l-Ourth Dlstrtct-ili North Kth streeL.
Fifth Dlstrlct-Si:4 Cass street. (Uarn.f
Sixth Dtstrlct-2421 Cuming street.
NINTH WARD. '
First Dlstrlct-270a Cuming istreet.
Second District 3221 Cuming street
Third Dlstrlct-3507 Hamilton, street. ,
Fourth District 3217 California street -'
Fifth District 2579 Cuming street
Sixth District 2(01 Davenport street.
Seventh District 214 South 26th avenue.
Eighth District 214 Farnam street.
Nfcth Dlstrlct-211 South" Mth street
First District 1004 South 13th
Second Dlstrlct-1923 Leavenworth street
Third Districts-Southwest com.r A5i
and Leavenworth streets.
ourm u strict U69 Southith street
Fifth Dlstrlct-1421BoHth lhitreet
Sixth Dltrlct-W-South 13th strlet
' f lrat P!t!cJ-05JIan'1It' street.
Second Dtstrlct-4007 Cuming street.
Third Dlstrlct-3920 Farnam street.
Fourth Dlatrlct-3S83 Leavenworth streeL
Wfth Dlstrict-3422 Loavenworth SrSSt
Sixth Dlstrlct-a2 Leavenworth- street:
Seventh Dlstrlct-711 South S7th street!
First District C210 North Sth street
Second District 42nd and Grand avenue
Third DUtrict-2411 Ames avenue.
Fourth Dlstrlet-31S6 Ames avenue.
Fifth DtstrictT-4104 North Stlh street'
Sixth DIstrlct-SHth and Pratt streets.
Seventh DUtrtct-3116 North 24th. street
Eighth Dlstrlct-13 North 24th street
Ninth Distrtct-2814 Ohio street
Tenth Dlstrlct-S324 North 30th street
Eleventh District 3347 Ames avenue.
CITY DF SOUTH OMAHA.
First Dlstrlct-618 No. soth St
Third Dlstrlct-r631 No. 20th St
First Dlstrlct-W So. 20th St
Second District 103 No. S4th 8t
First DIstrlct-2it and U Pt
Second Dlstrict-Slst and Z St, ,
Third Dtstrict-fflth and W'Sts.
First DUtrict-Itl No J5th St
Second Dlstrlctt-107 No. 2Cth St
Third Dlstrict-166 So. 30th SU
First Dlstrlct-tSS No. 27th 8t,
Second District 611 No. 33d st
SIXTH WARD. .
First Dlfrlet-12M No. 24th St
Second Dltrlcte22 No. 24th St
First Distnct-asoa q st.
Bcond DIstrlct-SSS 8o. 39th 8t
East Dls'rlct No. 1-North side Military
avenue, east of Orphanage road.
North District No. 2 City hall.
South District. No. S-Wuirrs store.
Elkhorn Town hall
1901 Blaine street
North District. No. 1-Fred Wohler'a
barn. SOth streer, H mile south of Center.
South District. No. 1-4901 Q street
North District No. l-Ctly hlt
South District No. S 43th and -Dodge
EAST OMAHA PRECINCT.
Omaha Ice and Cold Storage company's
boarding house at north side Carter lake.
Elk city hall.
North Dlatrlst No. 1-S. W. corner
Main and Fillmore streets.
South District. No. S-181S Main street
Mangold's lumber yard.
Woodmen of tha W?rld hall.
$1 o A
C4HJWTY .OFFICIAL NQTICB.
. ..MILLARD PRECINCT. f
SchbolhouseMillard District No. 17.
PLATTE ? VALLEY PRECINCT.
Tow,n . Hallf. Valley. Nebraska.
George Phalen's farm house.
Said election will be opened at S o'clock
lntho ufqrnlng of July 24th, l?l3. ahd close
at 6 o'clock In the evening of the same
Dated it Omaha, this 25th day pf June,
A. D.. 1M3.
, HARLEY G. MOORHEAD.
WALTER STRICKLAND BIRD, DE
. ' CEASED.
Pursuant to an order of the chancery
division of the high court of justice In
England, made In the matter of the estate
ot$the above named Walter Strickland
Bird and-In an action, "Sawyer v. Bird
(1912, B 1603)," the following Inquiry was
directed to' be made, namely: An inquiry
who were the persons entitled by virtual
rifor according to. the statutes of dlstrlbu- i
uon. pr.otnerwise to tne personal estate
or the testator, Walter Strickland Bird,
undisposed of by' his. will and codicil, Hv- j
lng at tho time of his death, and whether
any of them are since dead, and If so, I
.who are 'their legal personal representa
tives. The persons claiming to bo en
titled under the said Inquiry are person
ally or by their solicitors on' or before the
20th day of October, 1913. to come In and
prove their claims at the chambers of
Mr. Justice Neville and Mr, Justice Ast
bury at the Royal -courts of Justice,
Strand. London, or In default thereof they
will be peremptorily excluded from tho
benefit of the said order. Wednesday, the
Sth day of November. 1913, at 13 o'clock
at noon, nt the said chambers, Is ap
pointed for hearing and adjudicating on
the said claims.
Dated this 12th day of June. 193.
J. H. P. CHITTY, Master.
The said Walter Strickland Bird was
formerly of No. 74 New Oxford atreet and
Ealing Dene, in the county or Middlesex,
and there carried xn business with m.
Charles Sawyer under the style of "The
Aiitntvn rnmnnnv 1 ' Th. ..t.1 Ttr.t.-..
' f .... ..v Mm . uill
oinciuc.nu uiru uicu on mo sin day of
The said Walter Strickland Bird had a
sister named Catherine Bird, yrpo married
one N4cholas Dauber In'ISOT. and It is h.
lleved shortly afterwards left England for
America and died on the 9th day of De
cember. 1899. at Saint Louis, in thn
it is believed there were six children of
the marriage of the said Nicholas Dauber
and Catherine. Ills wire, all of whom were
born In America, and faun of
AHeKcd. died there many years alfeo. One
u ouvis vuiiutni, w is sjcijovcu, was named
Otto Walter Franklin Dauber, who was
last heard of In Cleveland, Ohio. In the
COLLYER BRIRTOW. CURTIS, BOOTH
BIRKS & LANOLEY, AU
of and whose address for service Is 4 Bed
ford Row. London. W, c, solicitors for
the plaintiff in tho above mentioned
NOTICE TO DEALEn&
Omaha. Nebraska. July 1. ISISThe
Board of Education of the School Dis
trict of Omaha Invites sealed bids for
frunlshlnir coal for the Omaha public
schools for the school year ending June
SO, 1914. Each bid must be accompanied
by a certified check payable to the
Bchool District of Omaha of Ktt on soft
coat and 1(K on hard coal Bids must
bo made bn bidders" blanks, which can
be obtained from the undersigned. Any
bid containing conditions other than those
specified will not be considered. The
Board reserves the right to reject any or
all bids, and to waive any defect or in
formality tn any bid should It be deemed
to the interest of the school district so
to do. All. bids will close at 2 o'clock p.
tn- on Wednesday. July 18. at which time
bids wilt be opened In the presence of
the public. Send sealed envelopes con
taining bids to the undersigned, marked
as follows: "'Bids on Coal.'" W. T
Bourke. secretary, & Ctty Hall. Omaha
be I I 1 II I
All Day Friday,
Just 'After the Glorious Fourth,
Saturday, July 8th
We will offer, our customers truly glorious opportunities
to save in
The Last Qay of Our
Take time to read the bargain offerings for Saturday;
it will certainly pay you.
k. Try Hayden's First
SOME SUMMER CLUBS
The World s Best M&zidqs
50c a Month Buys
The Evenini tad Sitiday Bee
and Any On of the Following
The Woman's Home Companion
McClure's Magazine Good Housekeeping
The Delineator Garden Magazine
Everybody's Magasino Breeders' Gazette
The American Boy The American
' Cosmopolitan Short Stories
Twentieth Century Farmer
45 c a Month . J$t$&
The EveAinf mi Sanity Bte
and ny One of the Fallowing
Modern Frisdlla . , Sunset Magazine .
Ikdies' World ' McOaU's agasih
The Boys'' Magazine Mother's Magazine
Address OMAHA BEE,
Magazine Dept. Omaha, Neb.
If you are looking for a house to rent, or a houfco to buy,
you will find just what you want in the real estate colmuns of
today's want "Want Ad Section. Look and you shallee.
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rres. Grant, July 10, n, a. m.
Tlmprator,.,Juiy in, 10 a. m,
Amarik..,..July 93, 8 a. m.
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ItFcnnsylvanla July 31, 3 p.m.
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Jlmperator, Aueust 9, 11 a.m.
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