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THE BEE: OMAHA, THVBSDAY, FEBRUARY.' 10, 1914.
BEIEF CITY NEWS
Have Boot Print It Now Beacon Tress.
Utm tni.? Tei. Penn Mutual. CJoaia.
Electrio Snppllti Burgcf n-Grandon Co.
rldtlltj Storage fc Tan Co. D. 1516,
Income tax blanks nnd afiplaUnco with
thm Is offered by tho Vetera Trust com
pany, 1$ Farnam street, without obllga
tlpn or charge
State Bank of Omaha 1 per cent paid
on time deposits; 3 per cent paid on sav
ings accounts. All deposits In this hank
nro protected by the depositors' guaran
tee fund of the state of Nobraska.
Hearinjr Is Continued The henrliiB of
the Theatrical Mechanics' association on
n oliargo of conducting a disorderly house
was continued until February 33.
Sanoe Not a Maeduerade Tho ladles'
auxiliary of tho Beth Hamcdrosh nyna
tfoeuo will give, a dunco Sunday evening,
March 1, at tho Metropolitan club. This
will not be a masquerndo dunco, as pre
Well Provided With Clothes Will Wil
son of South Omaha, charged with being
drunk, was arraigned beforo Judge
Foster arrayed In three shirts, two pairs
of overalls and two coats bcsldo an
overcoat. Foster discharged tho man.
To Preach on "Washington ''George
Washington" sermons will be preacho'J
In muhy churches Sunday, which Is tha
birthday of the father of his country.
Ministers will use tho occasion to deliver
patriotic addresses and draw somo of
tho. moral lessons from the lite of tho
It. keeps a poor workman busy looking
for a Job.
A fit of blues will bring out a. man's
yellow streak. ... .
X good cook hardly over setH hers
through a correspondence school.
A man Isn't necessarily charltablo be
muse ho gives himself away.
Do the best you can at all times, and
... .t. .(I.hm f.ltnw wnfrv
Tho average man Includes his cigar
. . 1 . ..... UIU nnaf rtf lltflnf.
patience, with . tbp. faults of those we
dislike soon ceases to bo a vlrtuo.
A man has a right to expect U square
deal In a trade and so has tho other
It you want to hear powerful language
ask a barber what ho thinks of a safety
"when a . couple aro divorced the real
reason uoesn i always auuw uu mu uwn.
The high cost of living still enables homo
to pose as tho dearest place on earth.
And many a toothless person indulges
in biting sarcasm.
When' a man puts his foqt. In it he feels
like kicking himself.
A. mean man always, measures tho
world by his own standard.
The more rights a -woman has tho less
she cares to talk about them.
And many a self-made man has been
unmade by a tallor-mado woman.
The man whp Is always boasting of his
smartness or greatness never mentions
his unpopularity. Chicago News.
Promoting the Janitor.
They were Joint owners of an apart
ment house and one day the Junior part
ner sought his colleague In somo trepida
tion. "The Janitor wants ten dollars more
per month, or lio'll leave. I hate to give
up the money- DUt wo can't sparo him."
Tho senior partner disappeared and re
turned In a few moments.
"It's all right," saW he. "I've satis
fled him, and It didn't cost us anything."
"Tho Janitor Is now tho superintend
ent." "Good work!" declared the Junior part
ner. "But why didn't you make him
superintendent In the first placoT"
"Because," answered the senior mem
ber. "I knew he'd want a promotion
eventually. Every man wants a promo
tion some time, and, to my mind, a, good
man deserves ono." Judge. v . " ,
Persistent Advertising is ttie road to
AFFAIRS AT JJOUTH OMAHA
One o th Sons of Solomon May
Have Gotten Into Deep Water.
OSEE JONES BACK FROM IOWA
Alleged to Have Collected Money
from Colored Lodge Members
una Left Work Uncom
pleted. One son too wlso and other sons and
daughters not wise enough characterises
tho Sons and Daughter of Solomon, n
colored lodgo in Bouth Omaha, accord
ing to Policeman Ballew, who has Just
returned from Dcs Molnas, where ho ar
rested Oseo Jones, alleged .o havo made
away with some of the funds of the
Sons and Daughters of Solom.-n.
According to Policeman Hallow, whose
wife Is a member of tho Sons and
Daughters. "Ure'r" Jones nrrived here
some months ago with an aptitude for
lodgo work among tho colored people of
the city. He Is said to havo chosen tho
Sons and Daughters as a particularly
healthy society In which to exercise his
talents. He Is alleged to have worked
early and lato and to havo won Iho at
tention of tho members who wanted Juit
such a man to develop their society.
Jones Is said to have gotten on so fat
that- he was elected treasurer of tho or
ganization, a post much coveted by the
Sons and Daughters Individually. Col
lections were brisk and tho Sons utvt
Daughters rejoiced accordingly. And
then "Bre'r" Jones Is alleged to havo
hied himself to other fields, taking with
him several hundred dollars of the Sons
Tho Sons and Daughters were pained
on account of "Bre'r" Jones thoughtless
conduct and Mrs. Ballew, a "daughter,"
told hor husband. Officer Ballew not be
ing a "son," was only supposed to havo
a certain amount of wisdom, but ho
utilized that to such good advantage that
he located "Bre'r" Jones In Des Motne.s.
Officer Ballew was detailed to go after
Oseo and bring him back. He says tn'at
"Bro'r" Jones had spent all of tho money
fSnrliuict at Mouth Uiiinlm,
Hamlin Garland addressed the students
of yio South Omaha High school yester
day morning, discussing tho reading mat
ter of tho present day. Speaking from
his own personal experience! ho said ho
believed It was a good thing for the
readers of the present day to read litera
ture that was difficult to analyze, be
cause it gives an opportunity to use
Imagination in obtaining a plausible
analysis of the matter read. Ho divided
literature Into two classes, tho present
day. literature and the paBt classic lite
rature, and" said that tha two classes
are so linked together that It Is impos
sible for the present day reader to read
cither with the exclusion of the other.
Gets the Beef, lint Not Thieves.
Box car thloves and a railroad detective
engaged in a running revolver fight
Tuesday night at Twenty-ninth and K
streets when Special Railroad Detectlvo
Lew Stoley coma unexpectedly on two
men making away with somo beet. Tho
men were seen carrying two quarters of
beet toward the bank that leads away
from tho tracks at Twenty-ninth and K
streets. Stoley called on them to halt,
but both men hurried up the bank after
dropping one of the quarters . of beef,
Stoley fired at the thieves, who returned
his fife. The railroad detective then gave
chase, firing as he ran. Oiib df tho men
cried out as if struck nnd the tiring
ceased on both sides. It Is thought that,
(no of tho thieves at least was hit i
I'nrklnR I.nlmrcm llelenned.
Clayton Merlell nnd Archie Plffer, two
packing liouso men, wore, released from
Jail yesterday morning after having been
arrested by railroad detectives who mis
took them tor coal thieves. Coal has
been taken from the Burlington tlmo and
again lately. Tuesday night thieves
gathered a tot of coal nnd left It In
a pile. Later tho two packing house men
camo along and finding the coal oft the
railroad property, took a couple of lumps.
Railroad detectives thinking the men had
been carrying on a regular Plferlng ex
pedition arrested the men. Later It ap
peared that they were Innocent, and they
were ordered released by Detectives John
Trouton nnd Cooley of tho Burlington
Colonial lea with Martha Washington
strvlng is tho latest entertainment
of South Omaha at tho home of Mrs.
S. Lylc, 1P02 II street, Wednesday aft
ernoon, February !t. Mrs. Ola, Barrett
Smith wilt bo chairman of the Martha
Washington tea servers. Miss Ksthor
Johnson of tho Juvenile court will tell
the suffragists about the practical side
of tho Juvenile court work.
lIurRlnrs Unter .Saloon.
' Burglars broke Into the Stais and
Stripes liquor houso at Twenty-sixth and
X streets early yesterday morning and
got $14 out of the cash register nnd ?J
In goods. No arrests havo been made,
single City fioKslp.
Tho kcnslngton Of Adah chapter will
give a luncheon today at Masonic hull,
The Schubert club will glvo nn Invita
tion dunco this evening at tho Kagle
Miss Hazel True tins returned home
from Chicago, where she studlod music
for tho last year.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whltaker. 012 North
Twenty-fourth street, are rejoicing over
tho birth or a son.
Office epaco for rent In Bee office, 1313
stroct. Terms reasonaDie. wen Known
Iocattoif. Tel. bouth 2i,
Tho King's Daughters ot the First
Presbyterian church will give a 6 o'clock
dinner this evening at tho church.
Tho sixth grade of the Jungmann school
will celebrate Washington's birthday with
a very Interesting radloptlcou program
Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The
purents and friends aro Invited to attend.
The seventh grado of the JUugmann
school will do honor to Longfellow's
birthday Friday. February 37. with tiln.
tures on tho radloptlcon to Illustrate his
biography and best known poems. Tho
puuuc is invited.
Pat Lavollo, state stock sanltnry in
spoctor at tho Union Stock yards and
councilman from the Fifth ward, was
slightly gored yesterday by a bullock,
which Lavclle is said to have been tag
ging. Lavcllc had his clothes torn and
sustained a slight abrasion ot the skin
on his abdomen.
Cyril Smith, steam fitter, was burned
about tho lower part of the body yes
terday afternoon when a valvo upon
which he was working burst. Tho acci
dent occurred In Cudahys boiler room.
Dr. Allingham ordered him to the South
Omaha hospital, where It was said his
condition Is not serious.
NEBRASKA PYTHIAN CHOSEN
Secretary Bryan to Deliver Address
to Supreme Council.
PLANTER SHELDON IN CITY
Former Governor of Nebraika Here
in New Hole.
Open Con-mention Bring" Larsre A
acmhlnsre in Listen to Narration
of Accomplishments nnd Par
pose of the Order.
LORD OF MANY BROAD ACRES
Exponent or Water?, Cotton
IlnUlnir nod UinlRi-ntton to
South Make Vlult to Old
Mnktna' It I'opulnr. '
The puzzled Mexican looked at the crisp
bills which had Just been handed him
for his horse feed.
"Wh where did these come from?"
"From my print shop," replied the
Jovial Villa."! had 'em made."
"Aro they g-g-good?"
The eminent leader slipped his six
shooter from his belt.
"Aro they good?" ho satirically re
peated. "Say It again."
"Of courso they are," the frightened
man admitted. Then ho dropped the roll
In the crown ot his sombrero and pulled
Uie latter tightly on his perspiring head.
"I don't seem to find any trouble In
putting this new Issue In circulation,"
chuckled the fighting chief. He shoved
the gun In his holster and strode away.
Cleveland Plain Dealer,
Nebraska Knights of Pythias, who are
celebrating their golden anniversary, are
to tako a trading part in tho supreme
council which will meet In Washington
today for tho first ot Its sessions. Ne
braska grand officers have chosen Sec
retary ot State W. J. Bryan, past chan
cellor of tho Lincoln lodgo, to deliver
the principal address of the convention.
With Secretary Bryan, Senator Georgu
W. Morris and Congressman C. W. Sloan
have been chosen to represent the Ante
lope state knights at tho golden Jublleo
Tho sessions In tho national capital will
begin today nnd continue tor several
days. This afternoon Secretary Bryan
will speak to tho convention on "Frater
nity as Exemplified by tho Order of tho
Knights ot Pythias.
Lorn I Lodge) Celelirwle.
In Omaha, as In all cities "t tho United
States where. Pythlans have local lodges,
tho anniversary la being delobratcd. No
bras'ka lodge No. 1 ot Omaha held Its
Jublleo meeting last night at tho rooms
In the Board ot Trade building. The oc
casion brought together a largo assum
blago and during the cvonlng tho prin
ciples ot the order were discussed and
Its relation to the public was lauded us
something that has done, much In the
past for tho benefit of men.
Judge W. W. Slabnugh, post cbanscltor
of Nebraska lodge, was Introduced
by Chancellor Commander M. B, Jen
nings, who presided. Ho spoko upon the
practical application of tho principles
upon which the order Is founded friend
ship, charity nnd benevolence. Judge
.Slabaugh dwelt particularly on tho
timely foundation of the order at a pe
riod when the feeling between the north
and tho south was at Its height, nnd the
Influence exerted by Its establishment
through tho yoars to tho present time.
County Attonioy George Mngncy, past
grand chancellor for Ncbruska, followed
and made an excellent talk along the
lino of friendship nnd the reward of hap
piness in doing for others.
W. W. Young of Stanton, past supreme
representative, outlined the test ..pf
friendship betYvoen Damon and Pythias.
Judgo Berka, past chancellor of Jan
Huss lodgo No. n, responded briefly with
a few words upon the occasion of the
lteimrdn for Inventors.
It Is not always tho greatest Invention
that brings the largest tinanciai rewaras.
Holler skates aro said to have brought
their Inventor 3,009,000, while nearly halt
a million was realized by the man who
first devised bootlaces. The Inventor of
the safety pin, who took tho Idea from
a reproduction of a Pomnelan. fresco,
says Les Nouveles, made $10,000,000. On
tho other hand, Charles Brouseul. who
discovered and described the principle of
thV) telephono in 1853, died poor. Mleh
aux. tho Inventor ot tho bicycle, ended
his days In tho utmost penury, and Fred
erlo Sauvnge, who Is credited with the
Invention ot tho screw propellor. was Im
prisoned and died bankrupt and insane.
New York Press.
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Kidney Trouble anil WesU Back.
Signs of breakdown In health, Bleetrlo
Bitters gives suro relief and lasting bene
fit from Its use. GOo and 11.00. For sale
by all druggists. Advertisement.
George L. Sheldon, for two years gov
ernor of Nebraska, was tu Omaha last
night on his way to his birthplace and
his old home at Nehawka otter nn ab
sence of five years spent on his ptanta
tlon In Washington county, Sllsslsslppl
While lolling In the lobby of the lien-
shaw the former governor, dressed In a
bnttertd suit, a. man considerably
broader of girth and 'face, and healthily
brown, rather obstinately refused to
dlocuss the breezy days when ho held
down the governorship.
He Is not much Interested In politics.
Is ex-Governor Sheldon, but he Is tilled
to the brim with high enthusiasm for
the undeveloped part ot the Mississippi
valley, for cotton raising, for cattle and
hogs and chickens, for levees and drain-
ago und such things.
Mouth Need People.
"You know wo need 00X000 families In
tho Mississippi valley," said Planter
Sheldon. "And we could use to excellent
advantage $0,000,000 tor waterways Im
provemcnts. If the federal government
should spend this sum In confining the
Mississippi to a permanent channel It
would be a wise and profitable Invest
Continuing to boost for his adopted
state and Its sister commonwealths Mr.
Sheldon said It was something to marvel
at when one knew what white families
could, do It they would buy nnd settle
moro densely In tho rich region ot tho
"The climate. Is not bad, ' he sold.
"Crops are sure. Tho land Is selling at
figures below Its Intrlnslo worth, while
the high-priced land In tho north Is
really selling at moro ttmn Its Intrinsic
worth. There are flno pasture lands In
tin south; flnn farm lands; flno timber
lands, but tho timber atone seems to at
tract capital and this timber Is bring
cleared away at great waslo."
Laughing, tho former governor said,1,
that white men somotlmea caught the,
hookworm In tho sunny south ha had
not grown lazier than ho was when hei
left Nebraska He has owned his Mis.
slsslppl land twelve years and has lived
there five years with hut wife and four
"There Is a great future for chicken
raisers in tho south," said Mr. Sheldon
"but the trouble seems to ho tho whites
like chicken too welt and keep eating
them, unmindful ot tho fact that theyl
would lay tho yrar around."
Referring to tho so-called negro prob
lem In tho south tho ex-governor said In
hlR opinion tho negroes wero treated
with Impartial Justlco by tho courts. He
said In recent years there was a greater!
tendency for negroes, and whites to keep
to themselves and thero was less appar
ent raco mixture. The Idea Uiat t! ul
timate sotution ot tho race problemi
would bo amalgamation he scouted as
To Open lllver Travel.
Mr. Sheldon's chief concern Is ff derail
all In securing rlvor Improvements tm-
ptovnmcntn thut would not only safe
guard the Und from overflow, but wo.ulal
opor. the river channel to steady and safe
After spending a few days at Ne
hawka Mr. Sheldon will como back Mo
Omaha and will spend part of next week
In the city, after which he will return
to the Miuth.
On tho Jokremlth.
senator LodBn, t a bnuuet In New
orK, onco louna inmselt leslde h well
knewn newspaper paragrapher.
Senator Lodgo complimented the para
granhcr on his work.
"But how on earth." lm erln.l. "fin vnn
nrun iwtmr joites a qay
"With a typewriter." the other an-
"weroa, anu ne sinned.
But Senator Lodge's retort was ready.
"Oh, Is that so?" said he. "I thought
you used somo copying process." Boston
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Use it for cleaning everything.
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and delicious as mother used
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