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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1914)
LAUNCH GO-TO-CHURCH MOYE
Campaign Put Under Way at Minis
terial Union Meeting.
OPENING DATE TO BE MARCH 29
ItenI AlvrrtlliiK CnmpnlKti to lie
Carried On by MlnlMrrs mid
I.ajnien to Give IMnn n
viW.er 10 arranKC deUlU of the
NK Go-to-Church" campaign launch!
finiay by the c," Federation an.l
the Omaha Ministerial association, have
already been selected and will hold their
ilrat meeting Wednesday noon at the
Toung- Men's Christian association.
Advertising of all kinds lll play-an
Important part In letting the public
nOW oi me movement end urglns people
to participate. Newspapers and loc-0
periodicals, billboards, posters, street car
bulletins, signs on delivery vehicles and
milk wagons, announcement cards In
pay em-elopes. Inund
bundles from stores, imnu i
va.u . uui.es. postal card and telephone
. , Ola,,,,, nonces on
stationery, and a blaze of "Go-to-Church'
lights on the city hall welcome
arch, will all bo utilized by the church-
men in arouslnir the nuMin i . j
Committees chosen from the member
hip of the Ministerial union to promote
the "Go-to-Church" campaign are as
Advertising and nuhtirifv v. k n.nt.
son, chairman and organizer.
Financing, Rev. A.,C. Douglas.
Church organizations, Rev. H. U.
To suggest lines of work In each de
nomination: Roman Catholl:, each
priest; ucorew, Rabbi Frederick Cohn;
Episcopalian. Rev. F. D. Tyner: Meth
odist, Rev. Edward Hlslop; Baptist, Rtv.
K. B. Taft: Christian, Rev. C. E. Cob.
bey; Congregational. S. P. Bostwlck:
Lutheran. Rev. Luther M. Kuhns; Pres
byterian; Rev. C. C. Meek; United Pres.
byterlon. Rev. II. B. spear; other bodies,
each leader of same.
Co-operating organizations: Commer
cial club. N. If. Loomls; Young Men's
Christian association. Ira J. Beard
Young Women's Christian association,
Miss h. M. strong: Sulvatlon Army,
Adjutant II. G. James; lodges and fra
ternltles. Rev. E. II. Jenks; labor or
ganlzatlons. Rev. D. & Jenkins; social
organizations, Clement Chase; proclamu
tlon by mayor, Rev. Ur. Rouse and Mr.
Dcnlson; Baraca, B. F. Marti; Phllatheu,
Miss Ada Pettlnglll; Women's club, Mrs,
George Tllden; Sunday school, Rev. R.
E. Houseman; city officials, firemen
policemen, etc., Rev. II. J. Klrschsteln.
The central committee of the Minis
terial union In charge of tho campaign
consists of Rev. F. T, Rouse, chairman;
2BV" ..H, B- Spoar' "cv- w- JaPer
Howell, Rev. C. W. McCasklll and Rev
O. D. Baltzly.
Five More Weeks Left
in Voting Contest
There are five more weeks In which to
collect votes In Tho Beo M. & M. voting
contest, an Saturday noon, March 2S,
tho big campaign will rlni ti,
Ing weeks aro the ones that will tell the
tale. The winners will collect their votes
during - this period. Tho voting vajues
are so generous. th merchants who give
M. & M. voting coupons so numerous,
and tho household necessities that carry
a voting value so widely distributed, that
each contestant has an equal chance.
Concentration and a little extra effort
will win. Look up tho special voting
values, l'ind out thoso products that
carry bonus votes. Study tho special
combination lists. Then take kdvantn
of these opportunities to add to your
standing In the contest.
.The contest manager has nnitnrf v.
qelknt plans for you. Study them. To
mo worKers uciong me spoils.
New Tractor to Be
Shown at Auto Show
It has been announced from tho head
quarters of the Omaha Automobile show,
which will bo held at tho Auditorium
next week, that the Bullock Machlno
and Supply company of Norfolk, which
has recently opened a salesroom In thld
lity, will exhibit one of their Bull trac
tors in tho commercial exhibit at the
show. Tills tractor Is calculated to at
tract many of the agricultural class to
the motor car display, as It is a distinc
tive tractor and is of reasonable price
-fes well as a Nebraska product. The
Bull tractor Is only one of tho many
Tcaures promised by the management of
the show to mako tho Omaha event a
ACTRESS AT ORPHEUM
LEARNS NEW PART QUICKLY
When Mrs. Taylor Granville learned
Kunday afternoon of the death of her
lather in Cincinnati she was just ready
to play her part In "The System" at the
matinee performance at tho Orphcum.
She played the act, knowing that her
father was dead. Miss Francis of the
team of Muriel and Francis, playing at
the Orpheum also, then started to learn
the part, so that sho was able to keep
the act going Monday night. MUs Fran
cis will appear during the remainder of
the week in "The System."
LABORING MAN WITH
FAMILY SEEKING A JOB
t Harry Slgler of the Union Gospel Mis
sion, 1616 Chicago street, Is seeking em
ployment for a laborer wjth a family who
has' not earned any money for several
weeks. The family is In destitute cir
cumstances and the man declares that
ho is willing to do any kind of manual
labor. The phono at the Union Gospel
Mission is Douglas SSS3.
SIOUX CITY GIRL AND ST.
LOUIS MAN MARRY HERE
Frank TL Fisher, member of the firm of
Boyd-Fisher Chemical work, i St. Louis,
Mo., and Miss Hazel Hill of Sioux City
were quietly married Tuesday by Rev.
J. M. Letcy. It Is thdught that the couple
eloped, as they seemed to be quite in a
hurry to get through with the ceremony.
Xlecomnienda Chamberlain's Cousb
"I take pleasure In recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my cus
tomers because I have confidence In It
1 find that they are pleased with It and
call for it when again in need of such
a medicine," writes J. W. Sexson. lion
'.tevalla. Mo. For sale by all dealers. Ad-gnrtlieraML
Young American Singer Big Hit in London
LONDON, Feb. 17.-A new American
prodigy has undoubtedly been sprung on
the British public in the person of Miss
Juanlta Prewett. whose name Is equally
well known In the state of Illinois,
where she was born, and In various
parts of California, notably Los Ange
les, where, her early teaching was car
ried on under the direction of Elizabeth
Carrick. That she has taken England
and English lmpressarlos by storm Is
Hammond is to Be
Returned to Seattle
on Federal Charge
Harry C Hammond, who is charged
with impersonating a federal officer and
obtaining money under falso pretenses,
was taken to Lincoln Monday night,
where It la expected that an order for
removal will be Issued by Judgo T. C.
Mungcr. Marshal Warner accompanied
tho prisoner, who will be returned to
Seattle as soon as tho order for cmoval
Hammond was arcstcd in Omaha, while
on his way to Chicago In company with
tho entire family of Charles Lorlng and
a nurse, whom they had engaged at
Hammond's suggestion. It was Hammond
Exhibit Number Eight at the Show
I THE 1914 S
proved in tho fact that an unknown
singer to the public here should have
made her debut In tho Albert hall, re
served only for singers of tho highest
merit, such as Adellna Pattl, Melba and
Albanl In their day. This phenomenal
success occurred In the recent New
Symphony Orchestra concerts. The Lon
don papers are in ecstasy as to tho gifts
of the brilliant young soprano, for whom
they predict great things.
who told them tho wild tales of ordering
the death of Japs on tho coast and Is
said to have impersonated a secret serv
ico agent In tho employ of tho United
States Treasury department. When the
game of story telling grew monotonous
to him Hammond secured tolegraph
blanks and then pretended to receive Im
portant cipher messages, which he trans
lated Into beautiful yarns for tho edifi
cation of his little audience of Victims.
Tho Lorlng family was sent back to
Seattle, last week.
SlreiiKtlienn Wfnk Kidneys.
Electric Bitters will more than sur
prise you after the, first bottle. Get a
bottle today. Safe and sure. EOc and $1.
All druggists. Advertisement.
.The Persistent ana Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is tho Road to
POWER ENDURANCE STYLE
Our cars and our prices are both right
1113 Farnam St.,
THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1914.
jRISLEY SAYS CHARGE FALSE
Two Witnesses in Paul-Brandeis
Case Tell of Statement.
BOASTED OF THE MONEY HE GOT
MrnoRrnphrr Henri Shorthand He
port of Convernntlnn of Mrs.
I'nnl nt Council llluffi ami
lintel JleVey ltriurt.
Testimony of two witnesses that they
heard Charles Rlsley say in h conversa
tion at Sixteenth and Farnaiu streets
last December that Arthur Hrnmlels
was Innocent of the cnargc against him,
was Introduced by th defense In the
trial In Judge Day's district court of
Mts. Nellie Paul's $150,000 suit against
The evidence was to the effect that
young Rlsley, who Is a' son of Mrs.
Paul, was boasting that ho had gotten
H7.000 from Mr. Hramlels by frightening
htm although his charges against the
wealthy merchant were not true.
A deposition signed by a negro man
who asserted that his wife had become
jealous as a result of his acquaintance
with tho Illsley boy and a deposition
signed by O V. Woodward, tho the
atrical manager, who testified that the
Itlsley hoy never gave any Indication of
being a promising actor, as nlleged by
Mrs. Paul, but merely acted as a super'
numerary and played Insignificant parts
S. NATIONAL TO USE THE
HOLIDAY AS MOVING DAY
Sometimes legal holidays fall at Just the
right moment to serve a purpose. Wash
ington's birthday comes un Sunday, but
will bo observed on Monday, giving two
days' cessation of business, which will
bo utilized by the United States National
bank to transfer to the temporary head
quarters across tho street to bo occupied
during the period of construction of its
new building, which Is expected to con-
sume about a year.
L0N MASON THROWN FROM
MOTORCYCLE AND INJURED
While on tho way to a flro at Nine
teenth and Castellar streets at noon First
Assistant Flro Chief Simpson's buggy ac
cidentally ran Into Lon Mason on a mo
torcyclo at Twentieth and Farnam streets.
Mason sustained a number of bruises and
a severe wound In tho pelvis, which may
End Stomach Misery, Indigestion Gas,
Heartburn, Sourness Pape's Diapepsin
Time it! In five minutes your
sick, nauseated stomach feels
fine Ends Dyspepsia.
Sour, sick, upset stomach, indigestion,
heartburn, dyspepsia; when tho food you
cat ferments into gases and stubborn
lumps; your head aches and you feel stele
and miserable, that's when you reallzo
the magic In Pane's Diapepsin. It makes
Blomach distress go In five minutes. If
your stomach Is In a revolt If you can't
get it regulated, please, for your sake,
NEW SUPERINTENDENT OF THE
SOCIETY FOR FRIENDLESS.
"Rev.U. G. WiUiinson.
PLAN GENERAL CLEANUP OF
POLES ALONG SIDEWALK
A general cleanup of electric light,
telephono and telegraph poles In tho city
Is contemplated In an ordinance being
prepared under direction of Street Com
missioner J. J .Ryder and Thomas Mc
Govern, commissioner of public Improve
ments. Complaints of electric light poles
ani other poles In several parts of tho
city led to tho appointment of ltyder and
McGovern as a special committee to In
vestigate and report. This ordtnanco will
bo their report.
The Terslstcnt and Judicious Use ut
Newspaper Advertising is tho Road to
COMMISSIONERS TO TAKE
UP LEISY LICENSE MONDAY
Application of the Lclsy Brewing com
pany of Peoria for n reconsideration of
tho city council's refusal to grant the
concern a wholesale license to sell liquor
In Omaha, was referred to tho committee
of tho wholo and will bo discussed at
n meeting MondaV.
try Papo's Diapepsin. It's wo needless to
havo a, bad stomach mako your noxt
meal a favorlto food meal, then tako a
llttlo Diapepsin. There will not be any
distress cat without fear, It'a because.
Papo's Diapepsin "really does" rcguluto
,wcaV, out-of-order stomachs tha't gives
it it's millions of sales annually.
Get a largo fifty-cent caso of Papo's
Diapepsin from any drug store. It Is tho
quickest, Btirest stomach rellCf nnd cure
known. It nets almost like magic It Is
a scientific, harmless stomach prepara
tion which truly belongs in every home.
A large, roomy "Forty"
of rare quality in a med
ium priced car which can
be transformed in one
minute into a perfectly
equipped ale e p ing car
A "Thirty" $
of Extraordinary S
Value for its
(DISTILLERS PRESENT CASE
Advance Many Arguments Against
WOULD AFFECT CORN PRICES
Ilemnnd for Ornln "Would Ilr Less,
cued nnd Mnny Men Won lit lie
Throw ii Out of AVork If I4
tnhllnlimrnt Shut Dntrn
That tho establishment of nation-wide,
prohibition would greatly affect the corn
market of tho country because tho corn
now used In tho distillation of whisky
would no longer bo In demand for that
purpose Is one of several arguments the
liquor Interests are-now puttltiR up In n
circular thnl Is being distributed In
Omaha. Other arguments on thn circular
aio that .prohibition would mean n great
lot.s In revenue to tho Rovernmcnt, and
that It would throw a great many men
out of employment.
This literature in being circulated to
combat the efforts of tho Antl-Baloon
league which seeks a prohibition amend
nlent to tho federal constitution. Al
though there is no stato-wldo prohibi
tion Issue pending In Nebraska this
year, tho literature agnlnst prohibition
Is being circulated here.
WILHELM NAMES MEN ON
0. M, Wllhelm has appointed his com
mlttco of seven men representative of
the various organisations of tho city, to
tako charge of an active campaign i
To eaie tho votcc
I after spealclncdlo
J tatlngjilnglng use
W Cough Drops
'GIVE QUICK RELIEF"
from coucht. colds and throat
strain In fact, Ludtn's hove a
For motortsti, nth-,
In the yellow package.
WM. 11. LUDEN
I Buy It Because J I
I I It's, a Better Car I I
I Model T Sr-r-A I I
I Touring Car Ohll I I I
III I f. o. b. Dotrolt WVX I I
III I f0V Sr from rord Motor Company, I II
, AUTOMOBILES, TRUCKS,
TIRES and ACCESSORIES
Loe Huff Mgi'.
I. Oadillao Company of Omaha,
O. P. Roim. Pres. 2054-6-8
Maxwell Motor Sales Corporation,
205-207 State Bank Building,
VERLAND " -
Van Brunt Automobile Company,
2010 Farnam St., Omaha. 18-20-22 4th St., Council Bluffs,
Van Brunt Automobile Company,
2010 Farnam St., Omaha. 18-20-22 4th St., Council Bluffs.
E. R. Wilson
II Van Brunt Automobile Company,
2010 Farnam St., Omaha. 18-20-22 4th St Council Huffs,
favor of the passing of tho Audtormm
bonds nt the special election March 10.
Tho committee named by Mr. Wlthelm
la as follows: Charles A. Ooss, Com
mcrclal club; Frank Kennedy, Western
Laborer! W. II. Hattcroth, Federated
Improvement clubs; Val Peter, German
Tribune. T. a. Northwall, Swedish
Noonday club; C. C. George. Real Es
tato exchange: Joseph Ttoslcky, Dohcm
Mr, Wllhelm met with his committer
yesterday at the Commercial club when
the work was partially planned for the
2 Lot It not bo au aftor- i
S thought. That Is too often,
S rtao case.
5 Trust to tiio reputation ot
B tho car to the standing of
m the concorn making it.
2 The Initial Investment In
S R car is of sufficient ltupor-
tanco to warrant the time
and oxponBo of a careful ln-
vostlgatlon. Prudont buy
J era do this. One best plan
is to visit tho factory. Look
carefully to long run results.
This Is one of a series of
talks On hOW to hllv in mitn.
mobile. The completo series m
containing a. wealth of valuable m
Information may ba had In
booklet, form by asking 'm
B Marion Automobile Co.
Sjj QlOl-aiOS Farnam Street.
O. W. McDonald, Mgr.
1912-1446 Farnam Street,
2054-6-8 Farnam Street.
2101 Farnam Street,
2429 Farnam Street,
'Am. "n Euiot RMsig Ctf-hTVsrU" MIL
Marion Auto Co.,
2101 Farnam Street
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