Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 06, 1914, Page 5, Image 5
I tit, BhK: OMAHA, WKDNKSDW, MAI tf, 1914. BRIEF OUT NEWS j AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA IMdality Storage fc "an Oo. Doug. ' a Boot Mat tt Now Deacon Fret IdffMlnr rixtuxcR Uursess-Oranden Co Uoathjjr Income for XA1 Gould. Bee bulldlnc. Oet Our Prices on lawn mowers. Jas. Morton & Son Co. Whan yon know gas lighting you pre fer It Omaha Gas company. 1W9 How ard street. Douglas 606. Ooodrioh QuarantMd Oardan Hois, half-Inch Whirlpool, five ply. 11 Ho foot at Jas. Morton & Son Co. Buy now. Will Build New Hotel, 100 rooms, for responsible party. Address E-112, care I3cc. Goes After Photographers' Convention Charles M. Cady has gone to Lincoln, where he Is to give a demonstration In posing and lighting before the Nebraska Photographers' convention, which ' meets there this week, and also to help bring the convention to Omaha In 1915. Hard Times Party A "hard times" party will be given by Banner lodge. No. 11, Fraternal Union of America, on Thursday evening of this week at Myrtle hall, Fifteenth and Douglas strets. Re freshments will be served during all ot tho evening. Prizes will be offered and a most enjoyable time assured everyone at tending. , Saywart Bound Over Harry Daywart, a taxi chauffeur living at the Wellington hotel, who was arrested In connection with the delinquency of a 16-year-old girl who work In a shine parlor, hair been bound over to the district court under $1,250 bond on the charge of aiding and abetting. Morris Kahn, a street car conductor, held In the same case, was bound over Monday. Plr Bikes Stolen Five bicycles have been stolen In Omaha during the last two days and detectives are now looking for tho wheels and the thieves. Those re porting such losses to the police were O. M. Van Camp, City National bank build ing; Andrew Slnemark, SMI Farnam street; Louts Laservltz, 2050 North Nine teenth street; William Watson, Lena apartments; C. F. Perkins, 818 South Thirty-eighth street. The tatter's "bike" was recovered by Police Sergeant Dillon. School Board Election Today Vital Interest to City. of REPUBLICAN RECORD GOOD ONE Pnllcpinrn Will lie Kqnlppetl lrlth' Whistles (o Dr tetl When Aid la Ilrnolml h the Men . Whllr on lint. A" revival of the Gavel club of the high rchool will be held In the high school Auditorium this evening at S o'clock. Tho purpose ot the meeting Is to arouse the Interest of the students In the club and to secure If possible, additional member ship. For years the club has been the boys' debating society and several ex cellent debaters have been enrolled as Its members, notable of whom are Guy and Edgar Klddoo of the Nebraska State university teams and John Orchard, a mumbcr ot the Strathmoro college debat ing team, who was the first president of the club. A beautiful rosewood gavel will Publicity Bureau Gets Out Booklet on State Resources The twenty-four-page booklet of the bureau of publicity of tho commercial club, giving compact and valuable Infor mation about Omaha and Nebraska, Is just off the press. This Is the first book let of Its kind ever published In Nebraska. It treats Nebraska as a whole and Omaha as Its great throbbing metropolis. It con tains nineteen cuts, picturing everything from the sleek cattle, knee deep in al falfa on the farms, to tho eighteen-story sky-scrapers of Omaha. These cuts are- all made from photographs taken of scenes In various parts of the state. The cuts of farm scenes, Including fields of flowing grain, alfalfa and running brooks, are such aa would start the Itch in the feet of an eastern tourist. Tho material was collected and com piled by E. V. Parrlsh, manager ot the bureau. He" has combined a readable style with a wonderfully compact ar rangement ot the vast funds of Informa tion M his disposal. He has handled the figures on acres, bushels, tons and dollar In such a way that there Is not a dull luEa. In tho book.. .There Is not a dull paragraph. It does not read like a statis tician's year book, but reads, like the true story of a state less than half a century old that has made good with great bounds. Grain Exchange May ' Locate Its Building Nearer Heart of City .Tlie question of the erection of a new home for the Omaha Grain exchange has been settled, but the location of the building Is up in the air and instead ot the structure being erected upon the lota at Nineteenth and Harney streets It may come considerably nearer the business heart of the city. Relative to this mat ter. Secretary Manchester of the ex. change has this to say: The Question of the location of the pro nosed Grain exchange building will prob ably not be decided before the last of the week. A number of business Interests feel the importance ot locating a building of this kind nearer the central part or 'the town and they are making efforts to get a proposition before the directors of 'the Grain exchange that might be considered more advantageous than the proposed location on Nineteenth and Harney streets. The question of erecting a building is positively decided and only the question of location Is now being considered and a decision will be reached on that Inside- or tne next rew nays. Material Assembled f or the New Out-Off Although grading on the Burlington' Chalco-Yutan cut-off has- not began building material Is being assembled The' yards at Chalco are being filled with steel, ties and bridge timber. The grading of the twelve miles con nectlng up the Burlington's main line from Omaha west . with the Ashland Sioux City line will be finished within sixty days after starting. It Is a light grade and there are but two, or thre cuts. It Is expected that grading will start during the present mntlt. The steel to be used In the Burlington' new line Is said to Indicate that com pany officials anticipate an enormous tonnage, .Ninety pounds, the heaviest laid Is being unloaded at the Chalco yards, while the ties are cedar, the li'iavlest that can be found in the Wy. omlng forests. To Light Parks So Children Can Play City commissioners, after visiting the parks and sections of the city where lights were needed, decided, at a meet lng, to Install arc lights over the play grounds in niverview. Deer. Bemls Ivountze and Miller parks. This is to be done at the request of Park Commla loner J. B. Hummel, so that children may play In the evenings. For a Torpia Mver. "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets off tnd on for the past six years whenever my liver snows signs of being In a dlsor dered condition. They have always acted quickly and given me the desired relief writes Mrs. F. H. Trubus. Sprlngvtll be presented to the club as the club emblem and a largo progrnm has been prepared by the program committee. Suf frage soclotlcs of Omaha and south Omaha have been extended a special In vitation. The public are cordially ln- Ited to attend. No admission will be charged. The program: Piano Solo ...Raymond WiUon Presentation of Gavel By Karl Lee Oration Merle Curtl Debate: , 'tir.ivi.rl. That Woman Suffrage Should be Adopted In the United States." Affirmative: venum ciuu, muc um- club, Frank Broadwell, Karl Lee. Vocal 1010... ruircQi j-ruuius Decision or judges. Whistles tor 1'ollcrmen. South Omaha policemen are to b equipped with modern whistles, accord ing to the last ukase of the Fire artd Po lice Board. It is expressly understood that tho whistles are to be used as calls for help and not as warnins or ap proach unless the telephones should be out of order In which case the board will probably be unable to control the ex Igences of the occasion. As a starter nly enough whistles are to be purchased will supply the police department proper, but It Is thought that the multi tudinous police badgo wearers will soon apply for the whistles. The police .captains must hereafter wear full uniforms so as to distinguish them from the higher mentalities of the detec- tlve department. After passing the above laws the board granted liquor licenses to W. H. Avarner, Twentieth . and N streets; Paul Blzel. Thirtieth and Q streets, and P. J. Boyce. Twenty-fourth and N streets. Girl Trampled by Horse Emma Conka, 18 years ot age, residing at Thirty-sixth and Harrison streets, was tramped on by a horse yesterday morn lng and-seriously Injured while attempt lng to cross a bridg near her home. The animal Is owned by Dick Shorter and was ridden by .Jack Managan. The girl works for the Iten Biscuit company and was on her way to work when the accident occurred. The horse became frightened by a passing train, It Is said The girl was removed to tho South Omaha hospital. Hospital Reorganized South Omaha -hospital was reorganized last night under the presidency ot C. R. Waters, former president ot the Eagles and local manager for the Hull Coal company. The meeting waa held last eve ning, Scott King, the retiring president, being absent. Reports showed that the affairs of' the hospital -were in fine condition, although there Is need of larger equipment In order to meet the demands on the hospital More than E00 patients were received at the hospital last year. Of this number 214 were surgical cases. Thirty-five deaths were reported. The hospital has been un der the management of Miss Myrtle Dean, who was complimented on the work of the year. It was stated- that the doc tors of tho city are strong supporters of the Institution. Those elected at lant night's meeting are: Trustees, Mrs. G. U. Brewer, Mrs, L. Talbot, Mrs. A. W. Jones and Messrs. C. -L. Talbot, A. W. JoneB, W. B. Cheek, C. R. Waters, W. B. Tagg, Max Foote, D. Ringer; president, C. R Waters; first vice president, A. W. Jones second vice president, Mrs. G. H. Brewer; secretary, Mrs. C. L. Talbot; treasurer, Mrs. A. W. Jones. Uurjflnrs Art. 'Visitors," v Returning from an automobile ride Sun day evening, Walter McPhall ot 2118 J street laughingly accounted to his wife fr the .drawn blinds by remarking that they must have had visitors during the evening. He entered the house and fpund that his remark was really a fact, "for thieves had entered during his ab sence and looted the place of a gun and articles valued at $75. He complained to the police. A few minutes after the rob bery he caught three men hanging about his garage. He ordered them away. Church May Festival. Tonight three church club organizations of St. Bridget's Catholic church will be gin a three-day May festival at the new school hall, Twenty-sixth and F streets. Morgan Heafey, one of the best known men about town, Is among the leaders of the work. Hoard Allows Payroll. Claims amounting to 117,065.03, including the April payroll of $1,B63.28, were al lowed by the Board of Education last night The cast ten feet of lot 4. block 33, First addition to Corrlgan Flacc. was bought for tlU. This property adjoins the Corrlgan school on the west. A fence was ordered erected at the outer edge of this property. Heath of Mm. Clark. Mrs. Bello Clark, aged years, died at her home In Bettevue yesterday morning. Mrs. Clark was well known In Hcllcvuo and Is the daughter of Mrs. Chapman, who died In the same place about two weeks ngo. Tho funeral services will be held at her home tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment will be made at the Bcllovue cemetery. Ilrpulillrnn CI tilt Meets. At a rousing meeting of the South Omaha Republican club last night, school elections were discussed. It Is against the principles of tho club to make for mal endorsements, but the sentiment of the meeting was unanimous for the re election of E. R. llgh and 'Godfrey Horacek to the school board. chiii nip. Mary Clare, the 3-year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Qulnlan. died at. the residence, 4S4 S street, Monday afternoon. The funeral will be held Tuesday after noon at the home. Burial will be In St. Mary's cemetery. MokIc City (toaalp, John Pester of Anselmn. .Wh.. vs In the city on business yceterJiy. Pete Schlnstock ot Reenter, Neb., was In the city yesterday vlsltlntf with friends. Parties deslrlne concessions nt South Omaha Redmen's Spring Festival, May mil to 23d, address S Bee office. South Omaha. The Ladies' Aid soviet)- of the First Methodist Splscopal church Is planning to have a tag day on May 10. The Board ot liilucatloi. and tho city eniinrll met yesterday 4ventii Ht the city hall and high school, tc4pocMely. A. O. Watsnn of Plnlnvlew. Neb, was In the city yesterday at me (.Mick ards on a business trip. He will roturn hcirte at once. The ladles of the South Omaha First ItaptlJt church will r'brau- "Mother Day" by selling carnations on the street Saturday. The Mystic Workers N.lll liurt In thlr regular meeting at tho 1 ml .'pendent or der ot Odd Fellows' nail, Twenty -'..urth and M streets, this e.enlnit nt i o'clock. T B. Miller, a prominent feeder of Buffalo Gap. 8 1.. captur'd e top mice of thu market yestwr.'.ny mnrntiR at the stock yards with a tar or rne hogs of rare type. Mis. H. O. Kldiloo will spend this evening at Lincoln participating In Ilit entertainment furnished by the Phi Psl fraternity of. the I'nlverMty of h7'VJ In honor of -Mothers' Duy," being their second annual observance. Mrs. Kumoo has two sons, Edgar and Guy. who are members of the oclty. BLAZE FOLLOWS BOAST OF ASSISTANT FIRE CHIEF It s oulte remarkable." First Assistant Fire Chief Simpson was remarking at noon. "We hnven't had a fire alarm for two days." In less than five minutes the chief was speeding to Ninth and Pierce street, where the root of a frame dwelling had caught fire. "Cues I forgot to cross my fingers," he remarked afterward. ;Store Hours, 8:30 A. M. to 0 P. M. Saturday till 9 P. M.s STOP WORRYING ABOUT YOUR HEAD NOISES and GET HELP Ilcxn't worry About those haul noises of yours nml don't neglect them. Worry only makes them worse, hut something must be done, or you will bo Deaf. OUT OUT THIS COUPON Answer These Questions. It entltlta jou to mrdlcal advice FREE: on riirlDK head nolisi. no your rr throb You jrour car crick Pi your r feci (ulT ! your hearing (tiling Do you hia nilni In the ran? How Ioiik hate you had lh nolrca t. the lound nometlmta a hhalnx one? Ii the sound ometlmea a rinsing one? llae you had dlacharaee from tha er Aro tha notice wore when you hate a cold? Do tha nolaea ever Veep ynu awake at nliht? It there . snipping aaund In the eara when you blow your noee? KAMI ADDIIIUS Answer tha qucitlona on tha coupon above-. end II to Bar gpeclallit Sproule, lf Trade llM..lna 11. will -. - f . . 1 1 ...... -I Wouldn't you like yotir lSO to b tlon of your caee and medical adlce tree in to llko this one from Pennsylvania. IK K0? "Quite tree from any nol.ee In the head or toy i Rr.. ., .... i,.-i . u....... algri of dexfneet." (h nntlih novel Mall Naval Rerrlce. and for Or tills one from Winnipeg? jj hM mta, , apeclalty of ear troubles. '1 reui hear aa xood as I aver did. thank Oodl .... a- , - ... . i and there are no head nolsea whatever now." tlnlled SHtea and Ciin.d have h.4 their hear. Or thla one from Waehlngton. D C? I never Kn rtorea ntll,r huq(jred, of sufferer from hae 'A? itn.6m no,,M7 ,n'.m"' ..... Head Noli have been aeved from Deatneea Or thla on from Vermont, from a man alitr through hla New Method year old? "Mr hearing Is line now. I hear Just , , t abu, Ju( how aa I did when I was twenty yean old. No "or ta ,,, , , f ,b head noises, nothrn but perfect health and the . tu. .....j. ' m.i ....... Jot of living to rrla your eervlcea to the whole lnrM,,n your it Urn. ink of the JW unlrerse. ... nf helnr free n( tha awful dread that vnu ara If you want to know how to be cured or your ,,,,., but tuniy rrowng deaf and to be ahut head) and ear noltaa. all you need to do la thla: ,, . '! ..,.. h.n ..i..n .n.n.. answer the questions, yes or no, writ your nam ri.rlie rleht now and address plainly on the dotted lines, cut out . J'. , the Pre Medical Advice Coupon and mall It at HAS SraOTJX.E, once to va 4 ioi WHEN NOTHING TASTES GOOD TO YOU You eat simply because you must. You are troubled with dyspepsia. It makes your life miserable. You have a bad taste In your mouth, a tender ness at the pit of your stomach, a feeling of puffy fullness, headache, heartburn and sometimes nausea. Ask your druggist for Hood's Sar saparllla. It acts on the stomach through the blood and also directly. Its beneficial effects are felt at once. It makes the rich red blood that is needed for perfect digestion. 600 WOMEN'S SAMPLE SUITS WORTH TO $25.00, A jury of half a million has found a verdict in favor of the Ford. More than live hundred thousand Fords sold into world-wide use have earned a reputation for serviceability and econ omy unparalleled in the motor car world. Five hundred dollars Is the price of the Ford runabout: the touring car is five fifty; the town car seven fifty t. o. b. Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from Ford Motor Company, 1916 Harney Stroet. DIRECTORY AUTOMOBILES, TRUCKS, TIRES and ACCESSORIES GASOLIIXIE CARS iUICK BRANDEIS BASEMENT, FRIDAY. TV K Nebraska Buick Auto Company 9 Lee Huff, Mgr. 1912-14-16 Farnam Street. M AXWELL Maxwell Motor Sales Corporation. 205-207 State Bank Building. OVERLAND Van Brunt Automobile Company, 2010 Farnam St., Omaha. 18-20-22 4th St., Council Bluffs. P0PE-HARTF0RD-Van Brunt Automobile Company, 2010 Farnam St., Omaha. 18-20-22 4th St., Council Bluffs. O TUDEBAKER- "S E. R. Wilson Auto Company, w 2429 Farnam Street. ELECTRIC CARS kHIO I 1 Van Brunt Automobile Company, 2010 Farnam St., Omaha. 18-20-22 4th St., Council Bluffs. OTANDARD 5 Marion Auto Company BURGESS-NASH CO. EVERYBODY'S STORE Wednesday. Mny 0, 1011. STOIIK NKWS I 'Oil WEDNKSIiAV. Comer 10th nml llnmcy. Bring the Kiddies W ednesday and See This Special Demonstration of fciBEAR BRAND HOSIERY tT'S a display that will interest and nmuno them, as well ns prove I prontauio to you mothers, urine tnem to see tne special cuu- jy A- rnlliinnl fnntiifA Three Full Size Hosiery Knitting Machines in operation, In chargo of expert operators, knitting tho various threads in this splendid niako of hosiery right hero in our store. Ac cept thla bb a personal Invitation to come. Souvenirs for tho kiddles. Things You l?1 Know That tho camera season Is open and that you will find here all tho high-grade- equip ments as well na tho odd sites of films, nrownles, $1 to Kodaks, $C to )G5. Films de veloped free when order for printing Is loft. Slnln I-Moor. That the latest books of fic tion are on sale tn the Book Section, "World's End," by Amello Rives, $1.30; "The Boomers," by Hoy Norton, J 1.25; "What Will People Say," by Rupert Hughes, prlco 11.35. Main Kloor. That we have a. special dis play of tho milch wanted col ored chiffon taffeta silks at $1.50 tho yard, with tho now printed warp floral effects to match, In great favor for tunics, jackets, etc. $1.95 to $2.50 the yard. Main Floor. That our Homo Sorvico De partment Is always ready to render you prompt and efficient ftervtce. .luat (.'nil Douglas 137, Horn Barvloe Departmtat, anil nak for Mrs. Mubel Oray Smith: he can nave ynu many ntepa If you will let her. That wo havo Just received many now arrivals in dainty neckwear for Ml-lady The sea non'a choicest conceptions are. Hhown. Mala rloor. Fetching JNew Arrivals in Silk and Cloth SUITS at $25 YOU'LL wonder why the price is so low when you seo the suits, but there is n rens-m for it and this is it: They are copies of imported models thai sell for twice and three times the price Wednesday. Evcrv new feature is embodied short jackets with drop shoulders and the new Napoleon collar; tho draped and tunic effect skirts. Tho materials aro taffeta silks,sfaillo silks, silk crepes and moire silks; also imported series, gabardines, poplins and crepes; the colorings are tho most favored. The New CAPES at $12.50 to $19.50 MANY new ideas for the young woman and tho young girl are among tho new arrivals: almost every occasion is provided for. You'll find tho showing a most pleasing one. Bnnraia-Xfaih Oo. Sacond rloor. A Welcome Arrival! Oh, Such Lovely Millinery! No Two Hats Alike Featured Wednesday, $10-$ 15 tT'S our close connections with tho foremost millinery centers of this country and 1 Europe that enables us to keep our millinery stocks interesting. So here are new arrivals for 'yoU women of Omaha. Hats smart cnonirh, .different enough and great enough in value to create a stir here in.our big millinery parlors Wed nesday. There are crispy new ideas in All White Hats, Ostrich Trimmed Hats, All Black Hats, Flower Laden Hats, All clever new ideas and adaptations from the foremost foreign and American designers. Burfais-lTaah Co. Second rloor. Here Is a Group of Beautiful NEW LACES That Can't Be Matched in the City at Yard, 59c HERE Is ono time when wo may ho pardoned for becoming what may seem over enthusiastic, but if wo could place those beautiful laces before you In your homo today just to show tholr beauty and extreme values, well, there would be no need of this announcement you'd be hero bright and early Wednesday. Tho offering IncludeR silk chnntllly, mallno laces and silk shadow laces In flounc- PJ ings and allovora In widths to match from 12 to 27 inches. Cream, whito and black; wB.ft an exquisite selection of new designs intended to retail for two to throe times thia M Jr price; Wednesday, yard Kmhroldery Kloiincings, 12 He Nainsook nnd Swiss, embroidery flounclngs and bandings, 3 to 12 Inches wide, now, ftl yard LtZG Handkerchiefs nt 5c -A clearaway, including plain, hemstitched, initial, somo unon ana eorao bwiss, now Bnriraii-Naih Co. Main Tloor. 5c These Royal W ilton Room Rugs Are Extreme Values at $32.00 HE reason for the great underprlce Is a special trade deal and wo offer you the benefit. The rugs aro 8-3xl0-fi feet, extra heavy quality, In a beautiful selection of rich CjOO (fi now patterns, woaneEuay. vr-aww 9x12 Fibre Rugs, $7.60 Another underprlce special that you will appre ciate. The rugs aro 9x12 foot size, made of extra heavy double twisted yarn and flex ible fibre, Wednes day S7.60 Velvet Rugs, 95c Diamond "A" velvet ruira, sire 27x54 Inches, excellent aelectlon of new ool orliiKu and designs; very fiC " pedal Wednesday SrOC a rnn i w j 1 'i yr HE BnrgM-Wah Co. Third floor. These Silkolines At He Per Yard WILL make a hand some ovcrdrape and aro excellent for comforter coverings. Fancy figured, now colorings and designs, in a wide range of selection. All new goods. Just received. Figured Cretonne At 19c Per Yard For drapes, slip covers, etc., beautiful selection of new patterns. You'll agree when you see them that they are worth much more than tho prlco asked Wednesday. HomeGarden and Lawn Needs Wednesday 1 f32i4jdMibiI Em The Automatic Refrigerator 825 to S49-B3 V ... Iff. a ' iveepi naier Delicioui Tha. annalmif ,lr. A i ulatlon of the f' f . Automatlo keeps y 9 air pure and the food fresh and ap- mltetf petlzlnir. never ftet Keeps Food Freih Never a trace of food flavors. The "Built-in" water cooler of the Antomatlo In a one-piece, porcelain lined tube. Takes no extra space uses no extra lce Bargss-gash Co. Basamsnt. Lawn Mowers Guaranteed full ball bearing. 14-Inch . . .91.45 lG-inch . . . 4.7f5 Garden Hose B-ply guaranteed. 8c foot In -Inch. Oo foot In ?4 -Inch. Poultry Wire in less than full rolls, 100 square feet 75c In full rolls, 100 square feet OOc Fly Time SCREEN Time Wlnflow Screens 18-Inch, adlust able to 27-lnch at . .33c IM-lnch, adjust able to 330nc!i at 39o .10-Inch, ml I n si able to 37-Inch at ....... .390 Barssi. Boors Green, any size at rjl.19 Varnished, any size .....1.39 Wlro screen, square foot.25 In full rnllu. sq foot... 1 He sBurgess-Nash Co. Everybody's Store 16th and Harney,; Vl I T HAVEN'T READ ALL OF THE NEWS I JJ 'TIL YOU READ THE WANT ADS N. T. AU dealers. Advertisement. d. W. McDonald. 2101 Farnam Street.