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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 11, 1914)
TIIR BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, FEBlityAl?Y 11, 1W4.
KODAK LURE DRAWS MANY
ening Night of Exhibition Brings
ILL'S LECTURE PLEASES
IllBwtrwtcil Talk Given Midi Vlena
!?n with Camera for Amn-
tcara Prove Jlcrclntlon
lover SCk) pJiotOKfbptita prints so
Emftrkably artistic and attractive that
ilono comprise a notablft art o-
rcll wolth Bolns to sec. and with
ting travelogues and motion Pic-
E accompanied liy Instructive lec-
t together with demonstrations iC
development of films and plate.
Intlns of pictures on Velox paper
Iclnl light, the $50,000 kodak ex-
on opened nt the Auditorium last
nS with an attendance of well over
a eafo waer that many Omahans
soon kodak and let the children
for to see tho wonders and beau
' the work of amateur photOBra-
dlsplayed at tho exhibit Is to want
and do likewise. And persons who
dy have become camera enthuslats
improbably bo even more so, now that
exhibition, is here to emphasise th
Abilities for pleasure and profit which
Wide Itnnne of Views.
display of photographs, all beau-
ly toned enlargements, mostly the
k of amateurs, rivals in pictorial In
st and artistic appeal the best of
ular art exhibits. Tho subjects ln-
ed in the collection range from
Ic wilds to arctic snows, animals to
atics, athletics to architecture, land-
es and' flowers to frontier and In
is, marines to mountains, children' to
Iiroughout the exhibit nothing Is of-
d for sale, and visitors are not even
ed to use the goods , demonstrated.
:n the admission to the big affair is
s to all who present tickets that are
en away by kodak dealers. The East-
n Kodak, company, under whose
spices tho, exhibition I presented. Is
Id to have spent over a. quarter of a
.lion dollars in making and producing
and depends upon tho natural lure of
art, as Illustrated In the collection
Ictures, for tho reward of that ex-
The Dnllr 1'roRrnm.
The dally program of illustrated travel-
sues and motion pictures, to bo given
t 3 and 8:15 o'clock, was begun last
Ight by Dr. 'William Torrence Ctucholl,
veteran globe-trotter, who delivered
his illustrated talk on "The Kodak In
any Lands." All his elides are made
om amateur photographs, and show
olnts of interest in a trip around the
This afternoon ha will lecture
"The Kodak at Home," and will, show
y portraits ana views or Home. life.
An Interesting and amusing mo.tlon film,
"Camp BroWnle," ivas alsoojiown last
ovenlng. and will bo repeated this after
noon. Children' are admitted to tho ex
hibition, If accompanied, by- older persons.
but oil must have tickets. The Audi
torlum Is open daily from 2 till JO p'ciockv '
and the exhibit will remain throughout'
the week .'with a different program of
lectures each day. Among the subjects'-'
to be discussed by Dr. Stuchcli and Illus
trated on1 the screen aro "Out in the ,i
Open," "Photography and riay" and 5
"1'oung America nnd the Kodak." "A I
Kodak Honeymoon." is the subject of one
of tho movie reejt. ,
A large staff of camera, lorls and Jarl-
tern experte', and devclojUnanil.'prlniltifr
iu mo cAiiiuiuuif.g auu jiicBcmauuri 01.
lectures ori'the" screen is particularly
smooth and skillful, which combined
with Dr. Stuchctl's ! pfeastng lectures
makes that part tf'f the' entertainment un
Throughout last evening,- crowds- of In
terested amateurs centered around the
demonstration booths, gathering Infor-,
jiiatlon concprnlng the successful finish
ing of films and prints without a dark
loom, oy mo koobk meinoa.
- H . - ...
The appointments of tho picture dis
play are quite elaborate and expensive,
miklng that department of the exhibit
especially enjoyable. The cabinets ' IA
which tha pictures are hunc have a lineal
Extent of 430 feet around tho four sides
vz me me ouiimng, ana aown us center.
Wxcli picture is framed, and the cabinets.
I frames und hangings' all harmonize in a
beautiful blending of fumed oak, sage
8 Cray repp and velour drapery. A special
Lighting system emphasizes the clceancp
nnd charm of the artlstio assembly.
CRIPPLED SOUTH OMAHA GIRL
SUPPORTS SELF AND MOTHER.
COUNTY TREASURERS HERE
Gather from All Over tho State for
Patiently Solma Ohlfs tolls to support
herself nnd her nged mother, and this In
splto of tho fact that she has been an In
valid for the last twenty-seven years.
Sclmn lives at IVi South Twenty-fourth
street,. South Omaha, and her entire 'time
li) spent In an armchair. In this she
makes dainty little articles which appeal
to tho women of South -Omaha for plate
cards, favors, etc. She was born In
Hanover, Germany, thirty-two yeara ago,
and has lived In the same house at South
Omaha since 1S91. Sho has been "making
nicknacks for tho last fifteen years, and
for these sho finds a ready sale.
WELCOMED BY MAYOR DAHLMAN
(ilntl liana of the City M Kxtendrd
to the Vliiltnra, Who "Will Hold
Tito Dnr' Helon nt the
Sidney, president. V a t"re, treasurer alto of in his aoounts s cashier named at a meeting held last nmtit
of Douglas county, Omaha, vice prcM-1 of the Farmers State bank, found Arm
dent; Krnejt A. Ituff. treasurer of Sarpy utrong dying with a bullet In his head, lie
county, rapllllon, secretary; O. y. My em, 'died tonight.
treasurer of Nuekolls county. Nelson, i The Knrmers bank closed Its doers
treasurer. January 31. The dead cashier's son, V.
Executive committee: C. O. Olson, trcas-1 O. Armstrong, Is now In lalt at ltcivti,
urer Phelps county, Holdrege, president; ' Oa., elmrged with being short In IiIh nc
A. II. Wood, treasurer of Ked Willow counts as cashier of tho bank of Kent.
county, McCook, secretary; P A. Schnp
pcl, treasurer of Pawnee county, Pawnre
which susinded on the same day.
MOTORCYCLE SMASHED IN
COLLISION WITH AN AUTO
Louis Vluka, 2915 Davenport street, was
badly 'bruited and cut about tho face
when he was thrown from'hlH motorcycle
nt Twenty-fourth and Harney streets in
a collision with on automobile driven by
Purt Parker,. 319 -South Thirteenth street
Tho motorcyclo was completely demol
ished. Tho injured man was attended by
a polico surgeon and went home.
Kor their fourth annual convention,
numerous Nebraska county treasurers
gathered at Hotel Home Tuesday to txRln
the sessions which will continue until
Thursday. During the morning tho
scene of activity was tho hotel lobby,
whore the officials were met by Presi
dent Simon Klshman and renewed ac
quaintance with the other treasurers as
they arrived. At 2 o'clock tho meeting
began, with an address of welcomo by
Mayor James C Dahlman.
President Ftshman, who is treasurer
of Cheyenne county and Uvea at Sidney,
responded to the mayor's welcome, after
which officers of the association reported
and committees were appointed.
The principal addresses of the nfter
noon were by Treasurer C. A. Schappet
of Pawnee county on "The Aim of the
Taxation and Kevenue Commission,"
and by Treasurer W. E. McCloud of
York county on "Delinquent Taxes nnd
tho Methods of Collection." General dis
cussions of the topics presented will
form an Important part of 'each sestlon
of the convention.
An address by City, nnd County Treas
urer W. G. Uro of Omaha will open
Wednesday morning's session, and State
Auditor W. B. Howard has also been
secured to speak then. In the after
noon Governor .T. H. Morehead and State
Treasurer Walter A. Oeorge will be the
A theater party this evening andi
a big banqurt at Hotel Rome Thursday
at nao o'clock compriso the social fea
tures of -the convention.- State Senator
N. P. Dodge, Jr.. and. Urilon Taelflc
Tax Agent A. W. Scrlber, both of
Omaha, speak at Thursday morning's
Officers of the association are Simon
Ftshman, treasurer of Cheyenno county,
!o Mandamus City
to Give Contract for
Hose to 'Low Bidder
John Paul Brecn, appearing for the
lustln-Bacon Manufacturing company,
hreutens the city commission with man-
tmus proceedings to compel tho com-
ilsslon to let the contract for furnish-
the city with JO.OOO feet of flro hoae
this company on the ground that the-
tmpany waa lowest bidder.
fhe contract has already been awarded,
pli of tho several competing companies
king awarded a contract for somo of the
3reen says the mandamus will be ap.
Ked for Friday;
3ity Purchasing, Agent Richard Grotte
JWe are under, no obligation to let tho
iitract to tno lowest bidder."
11. Wlthnell, commissioner of tho
Tfe department, said tho contract was
jto several companies because the
ncll desired to test the value of tho
ercnt makes of flro hose.
IG COMMITTED TO TOMBS
W YORK, Feb. 10. T, J. Shar-
former heavyweight prize fighter,
committed to tho tombs without' bail
t for sentence February 16 for
ining a disorderly house in East
enth street near Third avenue.
ihlm went Andrew Osborne, who
lyanagcd Sharkey's saloon for twelve
p j nrco justices in tne court oi spo
nsions today found the two men
Rafter a trial of a few hours. A
gin Sharkey's place, accused with
jv-as discharged. A Catholic priest.
necrctary of a neighborhood assocla-
and a member of an antl-vlce com-
testified for. the prosecution. Mer-
buslness men and other test).
ft character witnesses for Sharkey
fcorne, who took thejstand In their
tense. Sharkey, testifying, said
if "the most respectable place in
J f Iran llnnilnit'"
lave to b uk1 vory often whi
i$ I.uikl'n'i Arnica Salve, SJaf.
nd bral qtlkkly 35c. All drug-Ad-.
out of every 1,000 who attonded the Chicago Auto Show will toll you
KEKOSENU, BURNING CAB was tho BIG ATTRACTION.
20' rtillcs'dn one gallon of 7-cent kerosene is what a' Henderson
will do for' YOU. V . ' ,'
Seo our exhibit at Omaha Auto Show February 23-2S.
Our Space, No. 25, north end of stage.
TO, DEALERS Wo are closlnc territory 'rapidly 'in Nebraska,
Iowa, South Dakota and Kansas. Soo usVahout your territory- it it
is stilt open. " . ',,,
BANK CASHIER SHOOTS
ELF BEFORE COPS COME
JEWISH SOCIETIES TO CALL
MEETING ON IMMIGRATION
at KrHternlty hall, composed of M Mln
kln, N Yaffe, I. (lershater, S. Vels, H
II. Aurrba.ii nnd S. silver. Thndace f
mer.ting ond tho speakers will be an
.Organizations rrprrscntrd arc: The
tiirro Jewish congregations, the Jewish
National Worker' alliance, the Work
i tnrn'K circle, the Omaha Hebrew club,
I tho JcwIMi Dramatic club and the Inde
I pendent Sons of Israel.
turnol to Washington from an Inspei
tlon of the Institution
Cleaning up the ntlonal capital, as one
of tho consequences of President Wilson's
slgnlnj! of tho Kcnyon "red light" bill,
began In earnest yestcrdny with a cam
paign for police supervision of moving
plctur shows, Chinese restaurants,
apartment houfcs and low amusement
HAZUKHCllST. Oa . Fo. 10-Oftlcrri
who went to the home of G. F. Armstrong
today to arrest him for nil alleged short- Kress.
Combined Jewlsn societies of the rltv
will hold a mass meeting February IS
for the purpose of discussing tho pro
posed Immigration act that Is before eon-
committee on arrangementa
Conditions that nre "unsatisfactory nnd
rtKiuiro corlecton exist i
luuliin school. CHillslr.
tltA ft nurrnMlnniil r.itiiioltl
gate Indian affairs, which has Just ro-1 '
De Luxe $1,785
Electric Lights, Klcctric Starter, Wire or Wood Wheels, Long Stroko
.Alotor, Left Hand Drive.
T. H. POLLOCK AUTO CO.
1910 PARNAM STREET.
Henderson Distrlhutors Tor Nebraska, Western Iowa,
Soiitli Dakota, Kansas nnd Colorado.
TIRES and ACCESSORIES
Nebraska Buick Auto Company,
Lee Huff Mgr. 1912-14.16 Farnam Street.
Cadillac Company of Omaha,
G. F. Reim. Pres. 2054-6-8 Farnam Street.
Vi Marion Auto Company,
' C. W. McDonald. 2101 Farnam Street,
'Maxwell Motor Sales Corporation,
205-207 State Bank Building.
Van Brunt Automobile Company,
2010 Farnam St., Omaha. 18-20-22 4th St.; Council Bluffs.
I" OPE-HARTFORD '
Van Brunt Automobile Company,
2010 Farnam St., Omaha. 18-20-22 4th St., Council Bluffs.
E. R. Wilson Auto Company,
2429 Farnam Street.
Van Brunt Automobile Company,
2010 Farnam St., Omaha, 18-20-22 4th St Council Bluffs.
Marion Auto Co.,
C. w. McDonald 2101 Farnam Street
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