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THE OMAHA SUNDAY HUft; M W, lDi.
! AFFAIRS AT SOUTH 0HAHA1I.J7.T
Child of Frank Kozeta Drowni in a
Tub of Water at Its Home.
MOTHER SHORT DISTANCE AWAY
nnrlnr Qnlrklr Stnitntniirtl, lint 111
Srrrlcm Arc 'ot ccttel
nrnnrt In I'nllril Mnfclc
Asnrs Koirtn. J-yrar-oM daughter of
Frank Knxcta'. living rar I.ane Cutoff,
, -was dro-ncd In a tub of water yesterday
afternoon within a few yard of her
mother Tho rhlW hail botn playlnjc
i about the yard In which Mm. Kozeta wna
worklnp A larce tuh of water attracted
the child. The mother' attention waa
called to the llttl one' unwonted still
a ness. Investigation showed that the child
had climbed Into the tun. Dr. Hugo
Chaloupka of South Omaha was galled
j and ho made a record run to the ncena
of the accident. The. child, however, was
i dead when taken from the tub.
I,ct Off with I.lBht Fine.
Grace Miller, who. with Dorothy Iny
and Helen Chase, waa arrested Wednes
day nlsht In an alleged resort near Twen-ty-firth
and N streets, was flneil 15 and
cost yesterday morntnic ' Acting Police
Judge Collins. Dorothy Day and Helen
Chase, were ordered out of town.
The light fine, on the Miller woman
i caused Chief IMces to protest. "Of
. course Judfie Collins Is not the regular
" police Judge." said the chief, "and he Is
. not familiar with the conditions. Hut
j; these women, with others, have caused
me much trouble. 1 have ordered them
arrested time and attain, but In vain.
. Each tlmo they escaped until I person
ally conducted the raid. And now they
set off one with a nominal fine and the
others ko free."
There are a few other disorderly house
left In towns. Ono In particular, near
Twenty-fourth and N streets, Is said to
run at all times and hour,
v Sledlllc Seta nn Rxntnple.
Stanislaus Stedlik, official dog catcher
" of South Omaha, ha the simple child-
Ilka expression of & J-year-old, but when
I It cornea to "catchinc on" to things
, ) them's a difference. A few day ago
i Btanlslau was Invested with the lnnlsnla
I of dog catcher. He set out to enforce tho
i obtenrance of all law retaining to dogs.'
Everyone who had a dog had to pay a
I license fee. of fl, "which went Into the
,. pocket of Stanislaus. Those who refused
tto pay the tax suffered the lots" of the
I dog. Stanislaus wanted to act the ox-
t ample. So ho asked Journal Clerk Ijouta
t Ctnek of thfc city clerk' office to give
2 htm n. tag. He proffered It and' Louis
li reached for the cash, the ame time prof-
firing the tag. Then some hanger-on
asked tho dog catcher who would en
4 force the law if a dog catcher should re
. fuse to purehasq a tag for hi own dog.
The dollar halted a it progressed toward
iT-oula, The dog catcher blinked a tho
Iniquitous suggestion seeped In. Slowly
a Jy bland mlle crept over hi face until
jiJlt expanded Into a grin. Decisively the
H dollar camo to a halt. Then)
"What do you know about that?" asked
Louis of the office force generally as tho
au dog catcher walked put with hi dollar
3 and with the license.
Official Count SIiow IV it Chouses,
Of the S.S71 vote can Tuesday at tho
if. school election the 'Women cast l.ilJ votes,
; While tho men cast 1,61. In tho. Bocond
1 precinct of the Bevcnth ward tho' women
l cast more vole .thatu the men, but as n
"rule throughout' tho city the men cast
i! the most Votes (n the different"' free I net,
,jj Following Is the report of' the can-
O . 4V
Charles S, Sohaeffer, MOTHERS TO BE THE GUESTS BRIEF CITY NEWS tal blunder of barber
Editor First German
Paper in Omaha, Dead
Will Be Honored at Sunday Services
in Various Churches.
Charles I. Schaeffer, editor of the
"lleobachter. ' the first German new
pc re published In Omaha, died Friday
morning Ht hi heme, Hi South Twenty
fllat street. Schaeffcr camo to America
In 1! from Frankfurt, Germany. After
(Working at the printing trade In Cleve
land. C'hlrago and Milwaukee, he came to
Omaha In 1S06 and established the
"Hfcohaehter on the Missouri."
1'rceaacd was a member, of tho Con
cordia society and the Turner Vereln and
whs prominent In local Ocrmtn e'.rcles.
Surviving lilm are one son, Charles
ltuiloliih t-'cltaeffer, editor of the Platte
Itlvcr SCcltung, Fremont, Neb.; two daugh
ters, Mrs. O. It. Nelson, Hlxtentri and
Vinton streets, and Mrs, Caroline Tanne
hlll, HlK Forks, N. D.
FLneral services will be held Bundny
afttrnon nt 2.3Q o'clool; at the family
residence and Interment will be at Pros
pec 1(111 cemetery
ARRANGE SPECIAL PROGRAMS
Manic nt Devotions nnd Topic of
Sermon to flavor nf Internal
Celebration Men to Wnr
DEWEY FILES FOR THE
OFFICE OF COUNTY CLERK
Frank Dewey, county clerk,- has como
to tho front with his filing fee ns n can
didate for re-election on the republican
ticket 'Mr. Dewey, who defeated hla
foimcr opponent by a margin of 4,000,
Is confident that'he will be re-elected for
a second term by 6,090 majority.
First precinct 1
J Second precinct in
il Third precinct 7i
f Total . .m
X First precinct TO
yjBeeond precinct it
ToUls !... UO
'K THIUU WAItD.
t Second precinct 07
py Third precinct 75
g Total IW
W FOURTH WARD, ,
i. First precinct. it
SCHecond precinct. IS
(Third precinct .it
Ji Total ' 11
T FIFTH WARD.
First precinct W
Second precinct 7t
t Ttal 132
First precinct.... .'..,1M
Second precinct. , 60
3'lrat precinct B4
I Totals Ill SO
it Total vote, tS71: women. l.SIO: men. ICR.
if Broken er for (luldn.
Frightened by the snapping' ot a dog
ajyesterday evening ot 5tS4 o'clock, a team
gowned by the Jettrr Brewing company
llland driven by Frank Gold, overturned
Ra wagon upon which Oolda was riding,
fJbreakins hla left leg In two places. Oolda
)nwaa attended by Dr. Hugo Chaloupka,
wwho aet the broken leg and ordered the
("injured man to Ht Joseph' hospital.
Oolda Uvea at SU Jackson street
Talk nt New HuipKnl.
tth the announcement that a new
hospital ta to be erected at Thirty-sixth
tid Q streets cornea the rumor that a
ficurgical hospital will be organised and
erected on wnal is Known as the Koutsay
,lot at Twenty-fourth and O streets. 'For
rTeme time the new hospital proposition
la saVl to have been talked of. The ru
?Bor could not be confirmed yesterday.
List of Honor t'uulU.
v Superintendent of Instruction Graham
ot the public schools Itas announced the
rftiiuwinc roil of boner for the tests ot
Tth last six week.
The following pupils have made W
?pr cent or more in each ot their four
if aubjects during the last six week;
Lincoln XMudiRon ........... S
Drown Park, (Central 1
Oarfleld 20utslde City 10
Improvement Club Pause on Plans.
The Hprlng Lake Park Improvement '
club decided to proceed with sewer lm- j
provemcnts t'etween Twenty-second and
Twenty-third street, a planned by the
city engineer at a meeting held lout
evening. Arrangement wero also com
pleted for tho removal ot 16,000 yard ot
rarth necessary to finish tho grading of
Twenty-second street according to the
new plans, which make the street much
wdcr and better than originally specified.
Tho earth, which will be taken within
ISO feet of th estrcet to be Improved,
will give much benefit In proportion to
the cost ot moving It.
Santh Omnlin Clmrcb N'ofea,
Mrs. Henry C. Richmond will slntr nt
the First Presbyterian church tomorrow
morning, preceding nn address by Hon.
John I: Kennedy on tho "Significance
and Importance of Mother's Day." The
sorvlco will open at 11 o'clock.
United Pmsbvtnrlnn. Twnnt v.thlrrt unit
H-Publlc speaking at 11. Mrs. M. II.
Munson of PltUburrc, K&n., will apeak
on tho aublect, "Mothera' Day." Sabbath
cnooi ai :&. xoung roopio Christian
union at 7.
Flrat Daptlat, Twenty-fifth and 11, Rey.
R. Hill, Pastor Mothers' day iirmon at
11. Sunday school at 0:45. young peo
ple' meeting at 7. Preaching at 8. Drown
Pork Hunday ischool at BUS. HUlsdale
Bible school at 2:30. Prayer meeting
Wednesday evening nt 8.
First Christian church. Twentv.thlnl
and I Streets, Rev. John Albert, !
t6l Mother day' will be celebrated' all
aay. Morning sermon at ii a. ra. Hubjcct,
"What Wo Owe Mother.'' livening sr-,
mon at 7;S0 o'clock. Topic, "Political and
Economic Keattiren at Woman Movb
ment," . First Presbytiirlan, Twenty-third a no
Kennedy of Omaha will apeak' on '.The
.uuuqiau VI MUUIGb III illC IIUUM3, in lllfl
Church and In the Community" 'ut It
Sabbath school at 9:&. Kenlar unit Inlttr.
mediate Toung People' Society ot Chria
tlon Kndeavor at 7. Evening aerrooaat
S. Rov Mr. Whealer will apeakon
..First Methodist Kplccopal. TA'entr-
fllth and K, llov. J. ; JCIrkpntrick. Va-
wr t-uoiii- wpmrap ai n ana s. Kvan
Relist William Itunr&n. who baa been as
sisting m a paalnr In n erlca of revival
mccUnes, will preach both mornlnir and
evening sermon. He wilt speak at the
Bundny xchnoi, which meet nt 9:t. and
at the Kpworth It-ague at 7. Tho cbolr
will aing "untold Ye Pol tils' at the
AIbrIc Clt (loanln,
Peter Ward and family of tilantlc. la..
are visiting Mr. und Mrs. 1. J. Copenharve
iQr a low aay.
The Red Men's carnival will bo hare
ready for business May 48. it will con
lnuo through the entire week.
The Engle drill .team will clve.a dan
cjng party this evening at the Kaglea'
nomc, Tweniy-tnira nna n streets.
The Schubert club will give a May party
Monday evening at the Haglea' home,
Twenty-third and N street. Admission
wilt be by invitation..
The Hawthorne base ball team wishes
to schedule games with any team aver
aging IS years old on under. Ilaae ball 1
being encouraged In the public schools.
The Son ot Veteran will meet at' the
Ancient Qrder ot United Workmen tem
ple, Twerity-flfth and M atrecta, Monday
everilnc to make arrangement for me
morial service. All son and veterans
are requested to come regardless of or
Tho funeral of Mis Emma Chunks
aged 17. will be held this morning at
o'clock from the residence ot her uar
ent. Mr und Mr. Frank Chunk, tu Bt
Urldget'a church at 9 o'clock. Interment
will be at bt Murv a cemetery. Until
her death Mta Chunka wa an employe
of tho Itn lllscult company, and not ot
Mr. and Air. At. cumin, a reported.
'I.ook here'' Veiled tho customer;
"didn't yotl.tell mo It would be 'safe for
mo to carry thna six. doxen eggs homo
In my suit case?"
"I did," replied tho produce mah.
"Well, look at this mess." yelled thn
customer. "Bvery dlngbattrd ono of
them Is busted,"
"Well." renlld the nroduce man. "vou
must have forgotten to hhrdboll them."
:i Victor! Barr
If Anna Knight
d Pearl Matison
Ji Ettelle Mennsen
J The pupil in the feUovttng list, white
5not navlnc attained W In each ihJoct.
liave high Kriiee and have a geaerat
average ot M or mare In their four
t VUu Kad.vy
4 oroiBg to elM the ner.are M.
iivWed thus: J"
Heolor llgoyhawore's u
3 Junior 4 Pruhmen U
3 Aecordlng to the city sekoeU:
Uftwthorne Wu( 6lde ......... ;
Marguerite Price ,
ltolmrn tu MvninhU.
Pitcher Ducky Holmes, a landmark In
the International, has passed out, the
Newark club having released lilm to
Memphis. He startoiLIn tho International
with Rochester, comings from Brooklyn.
From the Hustler hevent to Buffalo,
thence to Newark, which now releases
him. . .
Throw Away Your
A Free Prescription
Ton Can Xtare XlUsd and Uss at Horns
Da you wear glasseeT Are you a vk
tlm of ore-strain or other ey-weak
neisesT If so. you will be glad to know
that there la real nope for yeu. Many
wliGio e were falling, uy tli- have
had their eye restored tliruugh the prin
ciple of the hderful free preorlptlen.
one man says, arter trying It: I viu
almost blind; could not seu ta read at all.
Now 1 can read everything without any
gtaaeaa und my eyes do not water any
more. At night they would pain dread
mm-, new they feel fine all the time.
wa Hke tt mtraole to me." A lady who
used it say: "The atatosphere Beamed
haxy with or without ulasse. but after
using this prescription for' ftrivon day
avert tiling seems eUor. 1 can wen read
iinn iKiai wiipoui gussec ' It l believed
ini meusanua wno near gsaesrs can now
discard them la a reasonable time and
niuiuiuoe more win ue ame lo strength
en their eyea e a to be spared the trou.-
aHti Tiine oi oter geiiing glasses.
&y troubles of many descrlptens mar
be wonderfully benefited by followln
mo simple ruis. Here I m prescrip
tion: Uo to any ariive drug store and
get a bottk: ot optona. Fill a twounee
tU with warm water, drop In one
Ostona UbWt and allow to dilutive, with
this HtuM, bathe the eye two to lour
time dally. Vou altoukl notlee yew apes
leai un.perceptUily right I reft) the start
and lntlammaltan will tiulekly disappear
If your eye are bothering you, en a
little, take steps tovave them now be
fore It la too Ute. Many tioelajtt' blind
might have been saved it they had eared;
for their eye In time. Advertisement. ,
-.,., I Nf Bleclrd t Btveeten n nn
Motherfl of all member ot ehurchra and
Sunday schools will be honor guests at
the vnrlous Sunday services. Some
ohurches have moiled special Invitations
to the mothers an all have Indicated
that particular observance ot Mothers'
day will be made.
Special sermon topics for the day havo
been announced by the North Side and
First Christian, the Harford I'nlted
Brethren, the Westminster, Benson apd
Third Presbyterian and the .Church ot
the Covenant. Music appropriate to the
tliebie of the day will also bo played In
A Mothers' day program will be given
by tho. Sunday school of thn Flrat Meth
odist church. Mothers of tho members of
the church and school have been Invited
through announcements sent by mall.
Thousands of white carnations will be
worn by men out of respect for their
mothers. Tho Young Men'a Christian as
sociation Is making special efforts to
promote observance of the day and is
telling (lowers at cost, as well a pro
viding free writing material In an effort
to have young men away from home
get In touch with their mothers.
"Mother" Mary B, Stillwell, brigadier of
tho Salvation Army from Chicago, will
deliver a oMthera' day address at the as
sociation .building today at 4 o clock.
Kav Root rztnt It Now Beacon Prts
lighting Xlxtnreo Burgesa-Qranden Co
KoatBljr Xaooma for Xdie Oould, Be
whea yon knew gas lighting you pre
fer It Omaha Om company, 109 How.
ard street ouglaa 60S.
Croodxlon Quaranttad Bardsn Hot
half-Inch Whirlpool, five ply. 11 Wo foot
ai J as. Aiorton & Son Co. Buy now.
Rash to Talk Lights F. A. Nosh will
speak before the Southwest Improvement
club nt the Bancroft school, Bevtnth and
Bancroft street, next Tuesday evening
on the light question.
Bnmmifi Sale Hext Week Women of
the Aid society ot the Church of the
Oood Shepherd will hold a. rummage sale
Tuesday and Wednesday In the crypt
of the church, Twentieth and Ohio streets,
The sale will start each 'day at 9 o'clock
and end at E.
rile Bankmptey Paper Suit has been
filed In the United States district court
by the Parlln & Orcndorff company, Ne
braska Mollne Plow company and the
J. I. Case Plow work against J. K.
Johnson, a merchant ot Nowcastle,
Neb., alleging that the Dixon county
man Is Insolvent, and that his debts ex
ceed 13,000. A. H. Masked, . sheriff ot
Dixon county, has been appointed receiver.
Tho Persistent ana Judicious Use
Newspaper Advertising la the Rood
A high-toned gentleman the tenor.
A duck of a bonnet Is not for foul
weather year. ',
The man who Is fired naturally finds It
hnrd to keep cool.
The skeleton In the closet In somelmcs
composed of bones of contention.
Dropping a subject frequently results In
a bad break In the conversation.
A man has to be puffed up before he
can blow his own horn with proper vigor.
You can stop a stream by damming it,
but you can't stop an alarm clock that
Philosophers take things ns they come!
pickpockets and shoplifters take things as
they go.Boaton Transcript
Whim and the
The fat man, leaving the barber$8hop,
slanimed the door viciously,
"Tou've lost him," said tho boss.
"You've lost him for good."
" 'I know,' said the assistant 'But,
bang It I forgot
"You shouldn't forget George," said the
And a gloomy silence followed. Wo ven
tured to break this silence.
"What , was the troubleT" we asked.
"George forgot" said the boss, "to part
the man' hold. He only Just slicked down
the sides and back.' ,
"fiut the man has no hair!" we cried.
"He wa a bald a an egg." ,
"No matter," said the boss. "No mat
ter for that. The balder a man is the
more punctiliously yni must makV an
Imaginary parting on his coco, and the
more carefully you must piaster down
the Imaginary hair to left and right. He'll
quit you forever If you don't
We laughed cynically.
"it Isn't so ridiculous a tt seems," the
barber ended. ' "Every bajd man, by
studying hla head In a certain light, man
age to find a bit of. fuxz on It This
fuza he brushes religiously a half doxen
times a day. It doesn't seom to him
that he's bald. Hals a little too thin,
perhaps. But he's, not bald-not bald,
like Brown or Smith oh, no!
'And you break hla henrt when, after
you ahavo him,- you neglect to brush his
fusji. Is he then really as bald as Smlth7
Curses, no? You're a fool, that's all. Ho
goes out, slamming the door, and he
patronizes thereaffAr a barber who will
fuss oVer his wh'te dome as though It
was Samson's." Pittsburgh Chronicle
She Wni Wise.
A student took a lovely young wom
an to the theater the other night. He
busted himself buying the tickets and
he dldn t enjoy the ahow much, be
cause ho kept thinking that maybe she
would expect him to take her Into the
drug store and buy her something be
fore they took the car for home.
So na soon as the performance waa
over he said!
"Have you ben reading all the
dreadful exposure of drug atom bev
erages In tbe Home MuckrakerT It'
awfully Interesting. Dr. Wiley tell ot
how a young woman went to a soda
fountain, drank a popular drink and
"How tragic!" murmured the girl, with
shining eyes. "let's you and t go In
and take a drink and die together Won't
that be romantic?" Cleveland Plain-Dealer.
The Tonch Method.
Fond Father Tommy writes us a real
feeling letter from boarding school.
Doting Mother And what does the poor
Fond Father Hp says he's been whip
ped so often he can tell what kind ot
wood tho teacher's switch Is made of hy
tho fecl.-Blrmlngham Age.
Sacrcts oh London
Famous Londpn specialists who cater
to titled laOles and others of social prom
inence, employ a, remarkable method ot
complexion rejuvenation. One undergoing
this treatment visits the beauty doctor
late In the afternoon, has something dab
bed over her fnce. then, heavily veiled,
depart In her motor car. This Is repeated
dally for a week or so, when a complex
Ion of snowy purity and exquisite deli
cacy is In evidence. The secret ot this
method Is ordinary mercollxed wax.
Anyone can apply the wax without as
sistance ot a specialist. An ounce of It
costs very little at any drug store (obtain
able here as well as In England). It I
used llko cold cream, before retiring, and
washed off mornings. Its success ta duo
to a peculiar absorbent property which
gradually removes wornout particles ot
cuticle, revealing the younger, healthier
A wonderful wrinkle-chaser, a!o In
vogue among Englishwomen, Is prepared
by dissolving 1 oz. powdered saxollte in
V4 Pt. witch hazel. Used as a wash lo
tion, this completely and quickly effaces
even the deepest lines. Advertisement.
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We do not merely mean complete comfort in the matter
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We moan the Impossibility of finding a car at any
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. ' mind and body.
i '. . , .
Wa mean, that quality pt clinging'tb the road, while skimming'ovcr?
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"We mean that 'absence of noise, and .struggle,, and strain,.in the
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particle of tremor or vibration to the car.
We mean th freedom from swinging and swaying the steady,
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