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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1913)
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PIONEER BUILDER IS DEAD
John Hammer Expires at Home of
i Daughter in This City.
ERECTED FIRST OODEN HOUSE
HALLOWE'EN NOVELTIES OF ALL KINDS AT STATIONERY SECTION:
Pint Maker of IJrlck In City unci
Snccvealveljr Constructed Mnny
i of ToTTti'n Iliialnrna
John Hummer, ortt ot the real pioneers
andj builders of Council Bluffs, died
Monday afternoon at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Edward Schlcketanz, 140
lierfton street, ot the Infirmities ot ex
treme old age. He celebrated his eighty
ninth birthday anniversary on October
S. .He had been a 'continuous resident ot
Council Bluffs' since the spring; ot 1S55.
Mr1. Hammer Was born In Germany, on
theRhlne on October 3, 1S21. He came
to the western world With his parents
when he was 6 years old. They tarried
a while in eastern New York, but when
l.e was- still K very small boy they went
to Lorraine county, Ohio, near the town
of Elyria, where he crew to young man
hood, and where he won as his bride
Wary J, Packer when she was IS yearj
old.. After two of their children were
born there the young husband came
west and selected Council Bluffs as the
cite, of his futuro activities.
Bolide Xjor House.
He built a. Uttlo log house, on 8 tuts
Iran street and housed hjs family- In It,
when he returned to Ohio two years
later and brought them here. In this
house the third child,' Mrs. Clara
Schlcketanz, was born.
Mr. Hammer was 'a builder by nature
andV about his first work here was to
begin the manufacture of brick. He
used the first brick burned to construct
or hts family what was then one of
the - finest residences In the town, and
which stlli stands as a comfortable home
at rS00 Harmony street. A fow years
later he graded away a high hill on
thaif opposite- corner of Harmony and
Benton streets' and built the brick house
In which he died "and In-Which he lived
during all ot the remainder ot his life.
Ilia brickyards dominated tho building
material market and he becamo and re
mained for many years almost the ex
clusive builder of brick structures In the
town. No other man who hnH lived In the
city - could point to as many substantial
buildings as his monuments. Nearly all
ot the old store buildings in the town
were built by him and many, of them,are
still standing as tho substantial business
blocks, of modern times.
Builds Ogden Honse,
He Hover sought to hoard the large
amounts of money he made. Ho built the
first Ogden house entirely front his own
resources at a cost of nearly $330,000, and
made it the finest hotel west of Chicago
at that' time. The esteen In whloh he was
held was evidenced at the opening of the
hotel, when a splendid banquet was given
At the tables sat governors ot several
stateajln addition to Iowa and Nebraska,
which was then a territory, and othor
men who afterwords became prominent In
the nation's history.. When It was dis
covered that thebuilder of'the hotel was
not present a. committee of citizens was.
appointed to 'fetch .him." Tie was carried
into ttfe big dining room on the shoulders
ot the-men and seated at the head of the
banquet tables. When the hotel was de
etroyed by fire in 1874 the loss was total.
Through the negligence of the Insurance
agents ' to whom had been entrusted the
duty of placing tho policies, tho entire
amount of Insurance elapsed Juit three
days before the fire. It was a heavy
blow, but Mr. Hammer started at once
to rebuild. With a little aid he completed
the present hotel building, much Inferior
to the first, at a cost of JIJS.OOO,
' Bnllt Many Structures.
Among the other largo buildings con
structed by him as a contractor were
the old, City Mills on tho corner of
Bryant street and Washington avenue;
make way for the present building; the
old high school on the hill; the old Pa
cific house; the . Crystal Mills on South
Main street; the Shugart-Beno block;
the Kyerett block; the Officer & Posey
bank building and all of the other build
Ings between It and the old Pacific
house. Including the Do Vol buildings;
the John Bennett block; the Clark build
Ing on the corner ot Broadway and
South Main street and the First Na
tional bank building on the opposite sldo
of the street, and many smaller business
buildings, In addltlpn to scores ot private
In those days he was the only builder
ot brick structures In the town and for
years did all that -was done. Among nil
small army of workers were "Uncle
Jimmy" Wlckham and Owen P. Wick-
ham, both ot whom began In he humble
capacity of hod carriers and mortar
mixers. They learned the building trade
with him and always received nil ot the
help and encouragement he could give
them. Chris Straub was alio a worker
In his employ during those active times
and thus gained the knowledge that
afterwards helped to make him wealthy.
Two daughters, Mrs. Majme Gray ot
Kansas City, and Mrs. Clara Schlcketans
of this city, survive their father. Both
were at the bedside yesterday. Mrs.
Hammer died at the Benton street resi
dence In 1SJJ. Lewis Hammer, the welt
known local capitalist. Is the only sur
viving brother. The funeral will prob
ably bo held at 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning at the Benton street residence.
Burial will be In the family lot In Fair-
for Creek Change
At the meeting of the Ileal Kstate
exchange yesterday City Solicitor Stuart
made a lengtqy written report embody.
Ing all of the proposed plans for the
Improvement ot Indian creek and point
ing out the various methods permissible
under the present state laws for raising
the money to pay the -large bill ot costs.
He outlined the plans ot Benecette Wil
liams submitted In 1SS3, when that noted
engineer came here and devised tho
general Bewer plan for the dty which
Is now being carried out.
Tho Williams' scheme was based upon
the primary necessity ot diverting tho
water carried by the creek at some point
to prevent disastrous 'overflows In ex
cesslve storm periods. One was a tun
nel through the bills at the city limits
near the Krettek place, which would
divert the floods collected upon neatly
ten square miles ot drainage area outside
the city and carry it to the ' Missouri
river via Big lake. The other plan was
a closed tunnel ot large dimensions
starting -at North Main street and open
ing Into tho Big lake outfall. Williams
favored the tunnel at the city limits
and estimated the coat at that time to
Present day methods ot tunneling have
cut down this cost to considerably' less
than $100,000, according to figures secured
bp. Mayor Moloney. This plan Involves
tho construction ' of a dam at the city
limits and tunnel through the highest
point of the hills, which wouid be con
siderably less than a ' mite,. To secure
tho money to. do this City.. Attorney
Stuart pointed out the state law that
permitted the levying of a general tax
covering a series of, years.
Tho solicitor's report also covered the
cost and tho methods of raising money
to pay for the construction of a closed
sewer for the portion of the creek run
ning through the central part of the city.
Ho pointed out that It could be done
under the main sewer tax law enacted by
tho last, legislature and also, under the
drainage law of several years ago and
the costs principally assessed to the ben
efited property. If the tunnel plan
should be followed the creek channel
would only have to provide passageway
for the storm water collected on an area
of three square miles, while the tunnel
would take care of the rainfall on ten
square miles of surface. vNo action, was
taken by the exchange.
PE-RU-NA DID '
WONDERS FOR ME.
MRS. ROSA BOYER
Mrs. Rosa Boyer, Id Sherman Ave.,
Kvanston, 111., writes: "If any one ha
reabon to praise Peruna It Is .surely my
self." "Last spring I became so run down
from the serious effects of a lingering
cold, that'aeveral .complications united in
pulling me down. tI could neither, eat nor
sleep well, and lost flesh and spirit.
"I finally tried Peruna and It did won
ders for me. In two weeks I was like
another person, and in a month I fell
better than I. ever had before.
"I thank Peruna -for new life and
strength. I send you two picture's, so
you can see what Peruna has "done for
Somo people .find It more convenient to
take tablets than fluid medicines. This
Is especially true of busy men who have
some catarrhal affection, or some trouble
with the stomach that does not ac
tually prevent them from working as us
ual. We have had the Peruna made Into
tablets for those who prefer to use them
that way. .
Every one ought to get a copy of the
test edition of the "Ills of Life." It con
tains many astonishing testimonials and"
a great many suggestions for people who
wUh to get well and who wish to keep
FIND MONEY IN GROUND
Vague suspicions that the old bridge
over Indian creek on North -Main street
may have afforded a place ot .conceal
ment for robbers' loot was entertained
yesterday when workmen engaged In ex
cavating where the old bridge had stood
uncovered a number of silver coins. They
were dimes, .quarters and half dollars,
and had evidently slipped out from a
point half up the bank on the north side,
directly underneath the old bridge. There
would have been no possibility of the
money having been lost by persons pass
lng over the bridge, as It was not scat
tered. Suspicions were further strength
ened when the diggers found a piece ot
fuse, such as burglars use, lying near tho
point where the money was found. Tha
workmen found 3 In silver after the first
coin was thrown up. Interest In their
work became Intensified and, the further
excavations were conducted with great
RECEIVES TAX MONEY
School Treasurer aeorge S. Davis yes
t.rH.v rooolDted for S70.90l.37. the last half
' of the school tax collections for the year.
The amount was a trifle less than was
handed In by County Treasurer J. P.
Chrlstlensen for the spring turnover.
Collections for November and December
v-t remain and will be turned into thi'
school fund at the end ot each month.
The amounts', however, will not be largo;
approximating only a few hundred dollars
each month, as the bulk of the taxes are
paid prior to April 1 and October 1 each
year.. The large amount given to (he.
school treasurer yesterday will be thus
apportioned among tb following school
ANNOUNCING FOR MONDAY
SALE OF DRESS D00DS
Rco Sunday's Tapers for Particulars.
ANNOUNCING FOR FRIDAY
SALE OF ENAMELWARE
Bde Hnrnor Street Windows ruid Pnpers
A Great Purchase of Three Carloads of Finest Quality
LINOLEUMS . PRICE
Goes On Sale Wednesday Morning at 8 CTClock
HERE are tho greatest bargains in Linoleum offered by any store in town. And ns proof of the statement, all wo ask is comparison of tho vnl
. nes offered. It's tho stock from one of the best mills in tho country. Strictly first quality. Better sebyour alarm clock for an early break
fast and be hero -when the sale starts and shore in the great bargain harvest. None sold to dealers.
65c Printed Linoleum Wednesday at
SPECIAL! Yes, indeed, this is "spe-
cial." printed linoleum, six
feet wide, in a good assortment of patterns for selec
tion, values to 65c, Wednesday at, square yard
75c Linoleum, M Vc$1.50 Linoleum,
Piintcd linoleum, 12 foot
wide, 25 patterns froln
which to mako selections. Ks
ulnr 75c quality, Wednesday
8nlo price, square yard
Inlaid linoleum, 6 feet
wide, all tho host patterns,
colors run through to the back,
regular prlco $1,50, Wednes
day square- yard
WEDNESDAY ECONOMY BASEMENT
Wednesday 4 Off
GOOD news indeed for china
painters.. An opportunity
to select tho choicest pieces of
white china for decorating pur
poses at exactly one-third off
the regular price.
Our ENTIRE STOCK
And It's doubtful If you'll find a
line of . white china anywhore In
town that's as cornploto in every
detail aB this one wtf offer. We
need the room it occupies for our
holiday. lines that, are coming in,
hence this groat
reduction in tho
at o n e - t h 1 r d off
the regular selling
Remarkable Values for the Harvest Sale
Women's $15 Coats, $5.00
SPECIAL! A-ffrcnt 6l0UP of women's
W 1 II V O 1
coats in a big assortment
of dostrable styles, values to
JIG. 00, Wednesday for
Women's 81 Gowns, 70c
Fianneletto night gowns,
doublo yoke front
and back; SI values
Women's Bacqncs, 30c.
Women's dressing Bacquiw,
fleece lined, 60c val
ues, cholco ........
Women's $1 Waists, 4c
Made ot flannelette and
chambrays, 7.6c and AQ
fl values f or. . ."v. , ttIv C
91 House Dresses, le
Light or dark- colors, all
sizes, regular $1.00
Women's lUJjc Hose, Sc
Black cotton, full Btjamloss,
regular 12 He values, Q
Women's $25 Coats, $9.50
SPECIAL! C1?lh r18
p 1 11 8 11 0 8,
etc., all Into styles, values
to $25.00, sale price Wednes
day, your choice for only. . . .
Child's Underwear, 10c.
Boys' and girls' underwear,
vests, pants, union suits, 25c
and 35c values
Child's Night Clowns, 40c.
Boys' and girls' outing flan
nel pajamas, night gowns
and rompers, Wed- ACkt
Men's 913 Underwear, 08c.
Samples, heavy wool, values
to $2, Wednesday,
00c Mufflers, 2Bc.
Knit mufflers for men and
w o m e n, assorted siyies,
Men's ROc Caps, 80c,
Also for boys, good selection,
regular 60c values 9c
Child's Hwcatcrs, 08c.
BoyB and girls' sweaters,
regular price $1.60, QO
Child's Hwcatcrs, 48c
Sweaters for Uttlo boys and
girls, splendid values at 98c,
Wednesday In tho A o
basement, choice . . . "
Men's 19c Mittens, lBc,
Men's mittens, fleece lined,
big valuos at 19c, Wednes
day, In basement, in
nrwlal nr nr..... JleMW
iwrKin, I3i us,
MOST women know that actresses
make a study of keeping young
ana beautiful as long as possible Mar
guerlta Sylvia is one of the many
clever and fascinating women of tho
atago who bellove in Meloroso toilet
preparations sho says thoy'ro best
of all. Have you tried them? Melorose
massage cream Is a perfect cleanser,
which makes freckles, tan, wrinkles,
black heads, chapped hands and face,
etc., vanish Into nothingness. This
cream does not grow hair or turn
rancid, but koeps its
dainty flower frag'
ranco, GOc size here
Meloroso Jce Powder and Rouge,
50o also 45
It Is a flesh builder, bust developer
and tonlo for undeveloped or nervous
women, and contains genuine Import
ed galena. A. trial box will provo Us
merit to you. This sale
$1.00 boxes for
iOrkin Bros. 16th and Harney Sts.
16th and Harney Sts. ;
Council Bluffs Office of
TH Ba Is at 14 HOBTH
Main St. Talapbon 43..
School bond fund ....
Marriage licenses yvert; yesterday Is
sued to'tlie following named persons:
Nmno and Address. Ase.
Hllra F. Smith. Lincoln S
Martha Watkins, Lincoln.. IS
Richard Demeller. South Omaha M
Mar Srhafers. Council Blgfs ,13
James W. Keys, IIorton. Kan T3
Kllzabeth Anderson, Denver 1'
Hen Dalamqnd. Omahu 14
Ida Shlndler, Omaha.'. 25
Frank Harris, South Omaha 3!
Sophia Plentka, Hope. Kan 2S
Frank Nichols. Grand Island, Neb 21
Iwlllle Case, qrarm island 2J
Girls wanted for wrapping: and packing
candy. Also experienced chocolate dip
pers. Do not apply unless you want
steady employment for fall and winter,
Jphn O. Woodward & Co., 'The Caody
Men,'' Council Bluffs, la.
Vlctrolo, 15. A. Hospo Co.
Corrlgans, undertakers.. Phone 118.
Woodrlng Undertaking Co. Tel. m
Blank book work. Morehouse & Co.
OAKDNER PIIESS, printing. Phone 63.
FAUST BBEIl AT ROGERS' BUFFET.
Lwls Cutler, funeral director. Phone 97.
Bradley Electric Co., wiring and fix
tures, phone 893.
The highest grade opclcat work In the
city Is done at Leffert's.
C. H. LAUSTRUP PIANO CO. New lo
cation, 240 Middle Broadway.
See. Berwick for wall paper and paint
ing-. 309 and 211 S. Main street.
Scientific watch reDalr work, the kind
that Is appreciated, at Leffert's.
Spectacles and cyo glasne $1 ami up.
Wormly Drug Store, 338 West Broadway.
Tn kavf: nn to nnimmv. SKB C. B.
Mutual Bide and Loan .ss'n., 123 Pearl.
BUDWEISER on draught. The Grand.
BudweUer In bottles at all first-class bars.
MASONIC OrtAND IX5DQK FOBS.
Nickel or silver plated, W and 7D cent.
Exceptional Dlano bargains this week at
A. Hospe company, 407 West Broadway,
council uiuirs, la. iasy payments.
Have your overcoat cleaned: new velvet
collar raves you buying a new one.
Cook's Cleaning Works, 23 West Broad
way. Phono lis.
Suit for divorce was yesterday filed by
Jessie Ellsworth airalnat her husband.
George E. Ellsworth She alleges cruelty
as the basis of her suit, and asks for the
custody of their three minor daughter.
She also asks the court for a restraining
order preventing her husband of dlxposlng
of his personal property until after the,
hearing of tho case In court.
The committee on. bridges and city prop
erty, to whom was passed tho responsi
bility of buying a new typewriter for use
In the city clerk's .office, have decided
upon buying the one recommended by
Deputy Clerk Wltrd. It will be' a wldpr
carriage machine and will take the place
of tho old stylo Oliver that has long
done servlco there.
Jorgen NeUton, 74 years old, died ye'nter
day nt the home of his son. Henry Nel
son, In Boomer township, after five days
Illness from heart trouble. Mr. Nelson
had lived In tho county for twenty-five
lyeara. The funeral will be held this
morning at 10 o'clock from the resldonce.
The service will be conducted. by II. A.
Helchenbach of this city. The only sur.
vlving near relative Is the son at whose
home he died.
Owing to tho fact that the Butchers'
and Grocers' association was holding an
Important meeting last night, and two ot
the aldermen are members, and
owing to the additional fact that there
wus no business of importance loft un
attended to at the special adjourned meet
ing on Thursday afternoon, there was no
council meeting last night. The fact was
not made generally known that there
would not bo a meeting and the usual
number of citizens who gather each Mon
day night at the city building found the
uplier hallway dork, as was also the
council chamber. The regular meeting
will be held next Monday night.
Tears, that were real and easily fetched,
saved A. D. Walters, a laborer, 41 years
old. from spending ten days In the city
Jail. He wns convicted In pouce court
yesterday morning of deliberately and
'mallcously smashing a big whisky bottle
I on the street pavement near the city
hall and had spent the interval since his
arrest Saturday afternoon In tho oity Jail.
It was his experience In the sober hours
that followed that wrung from him the
I tears In police court. The stiff Jail sent
ience was remitted after It ww imposed
I upon the conviction 4hat Mr, Walters
I would keep his promise never again to
1 ... l. I. taa. !..,-. th. .trsul
any of the bamiuet tickets. This Is not
the fact. A charge of $2 la to be made
to all local people who alt at the tables
and tho free tickets are only to be given
to outsiders, of whom there are expected
to bo at least 200, and the total number
Is exrtectcd to exceed 3W.
Robert Young, the veteran engineer at
the Broadway pumping station of the city
waterworks, has returned from a, three
months' trip to his old homo In England.
Mr. Young turned on the steam when
tho pumpe were started for the flrat time
after tne completion oi mo wnicr n.
In ItSZ, and until he woo granted a leave
or aoaence uirce muimn mu
definite period, had performed that duty
overy oay since, duu mi in on hvi;
awe.struck when he reallted that the one
cherished dream ot his life, was about to
bo reallred, and he was in a state of
quiet exultation at ine moment ui i
departure tluU led his friends to fear
that ho mlRht- book out through sheer
timidity. But timidity is an unknown
duality, ana Air. young uaa tne umo ui
II... . ..n. 1 r Cnft.lnn,l If fA.
IUB IIIU (II IIIK.. VI" .,.... - -" - -
visited every spot that wns at all familiar
to him, hunted up all of the old acquaint
ances who had not found better homes
in otner iiuius or suuo w i-?.i
So far aa Joyousness and the keen ap-
I n , I n f iit.l tlilnv. WNK nrnifArnftd
ll cum. lull v uii'11 -
tie was a boy again every minute he spent
. -A fpli.-i a . a A A aAfr
in tne om environineniB. iwi no mu .
forget his friends here at any moment
was evidenced by the fact that he sought
. 1 1 . I AM...j t.-n tllAnl that
UIIIQ UlllfJ I1ICIIICII.U W l"B ....... .
hod associations they would appreciate.
ww . ... t.1 1, . I. atli.LT
lie UrOURIll BCIlUHIf) u,miv.iiv no - v'"
for Mayor Maloney, which he presented
yeaterday. It was grown in the very
hedge tne mayor s tamer a nmycu i
tfHffer discomfort are'l an gu id,
fretful and nervous, because their
Ud is thin er insufficient, but
if these so aSlcted could fully
realize the wonderful bloed-raak-inr
properties of SCOTT'S EMULSION
ther would net deprive themselves
ef its benefits.
Nourishment alone not drugs or
alcohol makes blood and Scot fa
Em-Mnn is the essence of medical
nourishment free from vrines,
alcohols or opiates.
SCOTTS EMULSION afUr tniaU
fUU hollow cheek, overcome
languor and make tranquil
I pon a warrant issued by Justice
Joseph upon an Information filed by
County Attorney Capell Constable Sher
man Humphrey went to McColm drug
'store on West Broadway late Sunday
'night and seized two Juga of whlaky,
which. It, is claimed, was being used for
Illegal sales. McColm will be cited, before
the district court Judges to answer to the
I charge of contempt. He was Included In
I the last raid engineered by a Dea Moines
man and a couple of alleged "detectives"
,and was adjudged guilty. In addition to
.the $25 fine and the 125 so-called "attor
I ney's fees." he was permanently enjoined
Ifrotn dispensing alcoholic liquors. The
seizure of the whisky, which was labeled
glycerine, will be taken aa prima facte
evidence of his liability of punishment for
Responses from the mayors of several
towns wero received yesterday to tha In
vitation of the Automobile club and Com
mercial club to attend tho Lincoln high
way oanquit at ine urana noiei on xnurs
day night Acceptances weie received
from the mayors of Avoca, Walnut, Car
son and Macedonia announcing that del
egations of five to fifteen would be
sent from these towns. Other responses
from' various parts of the county brought
i the total number of acceptance received
during the day to mora than fifty, as
isurlng' the presence of at least 200 out
siders at the banquet. Owing to the
usrue manner in which the Information'
was first KlVin out some misapprehen
sion has arisen. The Commercial club
sent out 900 invitations, each enclosing a
complimentary ticket, and the Impression
arose tnai no cnarge was to oo maae lor
Ileal Kstate Transfers,
The following real estate transfers filed
Monday were reported to The Bee by
the Pottawattamie County Abstract com
pany: Annie Laura Moore and Charles
Moore to Anna VanKlrk, eH of the
w',i of 35-74-42, w. d $ 1
Edward 11. VanKlrk and wife,
Cecelia to Anna VanKlrk. eH of
sw',i of 36.74-42, w. d , 1
A. A. Chaffey and husband, George,
to r. J. Pcnnorr, lot 4, in block 6,
In Mullln's subd. to Council Fluffs,
la., w. d 100
Clara 11. Hart, executrix, of the
estate of Ernest E. Hart to Sarah
McMlpken. m&. of lots' 1 and t, in
block 16. Mill addition to Council
Bluffs, la., w. d 1
Edwin A. Wood, widower, et al. to
Joshua Davis, north S ft. ot the
eouth S ft. of lot 9, In Davis Park
addition to the town of Avoca, w. d 100
Jt&sle A. Tyler and husband, C. R.
to Lou M. Mlnear, lots 14. IS and
It, In block 8, In Jefferles' subd. to
Council Bluffs. Ia.. w, C 7,000
W. II. Wcat and wife. Lora W., to
Frank I'lke. lot . in block. 12, In
the town of Oakland, In, w. d.... 1
Dick It. Lane, trustee, to C - N.
Voaa. lots 1. 2. 3 and 4, In block l,
In the town of Mlnden, la., w. d ... 1
Josephine Schilling and husband,
Charles, to Joahua Davis, the
south 10 ft. ot lot 1. In tho Davis'
l ark addition to Avoca, In., w. d. 100
F. T. True and wife, Anna C, to
Walter W. Lutz, lot 4. In block
27. tn Burn's addition to the city
of Council Bluffs. Ia., w. d 1
The a rover Sc layman Realty Co. to
Ruby Rockwell, lot 306, in Belmont
addition to Council Bluffs, la ,
w d 130
H. G. McGee and wife, Margaret L.,
to Joarph Shea, lots 1, 1. 3, 4, R, ,
7. S. 9 and 10, in block 27, In Rail
road addition to Council Bluffr.
Ia., w. d
Attack of Mob on
Jews Prevented by
the Police at Lodz
Kim', Russian, Oct .-Tne second act
ot the Bellls trial was begun today with
the submission 6f evidence of medical and
rellgloua experts on the alleged practlco
of ritual murder. Strangely enough, In an
orthodox country, Father Prenaltes, a
Roman Catholic priest, figures as the
principal ecclesiastical denunciator of the
Tha testimony1 of the orthodox Archi
mandrite, Ambroslus, was read today,
tailing of alleged ritual murder practices
with much detail, All cases mentioned
were baaed on hearsay from converted
Jewa, however. Part of the day was oc
cupied by the reading of the minutes of
the preliminary Inquiry.
A serious affray occurred thla afternoon,
at Lods between Chriatlan and Jewish
army recruits. Qhly the prompt action of
tha police provented a mob attack on the
LONDON. Oct. 17. Correspondence be
tween Lord Rothschild and Cardinal
Merry del Val Is published here, the papal
secretary of state confirming the atste
ment that Popo Innocent IV iasued an
encyclical in which he declared that the
charge of ritual murder as applied to
Judaism was baaeleas and wicked Inven
tlon, and that other popes made similar
This has a bearing on the trial of Men
del Bellls, charged a( Kiev with the
murder of tho Christian boy, Tushinsky,
as part of the case of the proseoutlon la
an affidavit by the priest. Father Pra
naltes, presenting alleged hlatorio proof
that ritual murder .of Christians was
sanctioned by Judaism and pronouncing
statements to the contrary, attributed to
the popoa, forgeries.
HATPIN WOUND. PROVES
FATAL TO HOLDUP MAW
CHICAOO, Oct. 28.-John Nlemets, hold
up man, diet of a hatpin wound hero
today. When Nlemetz attacktd Mrs.
Josephine Karmuenlak recently, tha
woman, who Is six feet tall and weighs
2M) pounds, stabbed her assailant behind
the ear with her hatpin. Blood polaonlntr
Twelve transfers, total.. ,..7,W
When Run Down
in physical condition it is usually because the action of tb
organs of digestion has become irregular or defective.
Then there is need for a safe and speedy medicine to relieve
the ills which occasionally depress even the brightest and
strongest The one remedy you may take and feel safe with is
(Tk Larsaat Sale Aay Madldaa la tha World)
The first dose gives speedy relief in sick-headache, bilious
ness, constipation, lack of appetite, heartburn, dyspepsia,
and lasting improvement follows the timely use of this fa
vorite and reliablS homo remedy. You will become healthier
and stronger, and more cheerful if you let Beecham's Pills
Pick You Up f
Bold ervrynkars. Ia beat. 10c, Vie.
DiraatJaeu with ararr box point Ua way to health aad ere etpaoitlir valasbla to iropua.
No Money Till Gund
Platuta and AH Hectal tHeaaaea .
r.T'.f" rirninint curat rwraatua.
Writ, tor rraa. kfeutratae) b. m JUt4
BUeaaes and tettimenlala ( fHttfretfa of
cured natlaots In Nabraaka and GwaT
DR. E. R. TARRY - 240 Bide. Omah. Nb.
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