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    i'IIE OMAITA -SUNDAY BEF.: JUNE 7, 1914.
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GOOD WORK BYRUSSIAN BOY
Nathan Miller Sets Himself What
Looks Like Big Job.
RECORD OF HIS ACHIEVEMENTS
DrlnRK Invnlld Father nnd Young
Slaters to America and Supports
Them While lie Goe
to School.
It In not an unuual thing for a young
lad to work his way thf ough school, but
whon that same lad supports an Invalid
father and two younger sisters it Is In
deed a rare performance. Nathan Miller,
a freshman at the Omaha High school,
has performed such a task during th
last two years, and though only 16 years
of ago, has met with success.
The early history of this lad Is full of
Interest as a struggle for an American
education and for his people.
At tho ago of 11, his brother, Dave
Miller, a tailor In this city, brought him
over from Minsk, Russia. Ambition,
studious and always looking ahead, the
youngster succeeded In getting a smat
tering of the English language by closo
homo study from the letters and papers
his brother had sent him while still In
llussia. Arriving In America he did not
have tho necessary money for admit
tance, but having a ticket straight
through to Omaha, he was allowed to
enter the country.
His first occupation was that of dis
patch boy for the Associated Press In
tho evenings. In the mejntlmo he had
entered Kellom school in the second
grade and diligently applied himself to
tho study of tho English language. Ho
received many a helping hand foe his
patience and his capacity for learning
soon won tho attention of his teachers
and In a short time, four and a half
years, at the' 'age of a little over fifteen,-
he had graduated. .
S (Mi ill for Pnrcnt.
In tho meantime he was staying wtth
his brother and' saving every- cent he
could lay his hands on. He had one
objcot In view to bring his father,
mother and 'sisters "over -to this gnvvt
land of promise. .In three years ho saved
enough money out 'of his small earnings
to send for his Invalid father, who was
crippled with rheumatism. One year
after his father arrived enough money
was again on hand to send transporta
tion for his mother and sisters. His
mother, a somewhat weak and fralt
woman, worried because' of the separa
tion from her family, became ill and
died Just three days after she had re
ceived her ticket for America. This
heavy blow almost caused thp young
man to give up hope. But his sisters
had arrived and the work necessary to
provide for them and his father kept him
continually on the Jump. He then added a
paper route to hla already burdened
shoulders and holding down both po-,
sltlons managed tojget along.
Slater Enter School.
Both of his sisters, Helena, now 14,
and Ruth, 10, aro attending Kellom
school as special students. The oldest
girl expects to pass Into the fifth grade,
while the ynunger expects to go Into tho j
fourth.
In his high school work Nathan . Is a
good student. Though not of the brilliant
class, he is of that hard, patient, pluj
glng kind. ' Jlee-cpectj B or above In
all his high "school studies this" term
Nathan has one Idea concerning his
future education and that Is to enter
Harvard college and become a physician.
He has set his goal on entering an east
ern college and expects to enter upon
the completion of his high school course.
Those who know the lad aro more than
ever taken by his bright looks and will
ingness to do things.
With all the work on hand he still finds'
that he has a little spare time for pleas
ure. He wants to be an' athlete, special
izing In the mllo arid' twc-.mlle runs. Ho
came out for the high school team this
spring, but lack of experience kept him
from landing a place. While In the
Kellom school he was on the track team
for several years. "t.
LIvlnir with Brother.
At the present tlmo .he and his father
and sisters are staying with his brother,
1S21 North Twentieth street, while the
young newspaper merchant supplies the
money for food and clothing.
When asked It he wouldn't like to bo
like other boys and let up on work he
replied: "I would rather be doing some
thing; you see, I have been busy so much
of my life that when I stop working for
a short time I feel out of, place."
Lambert Prepares
Reply Brief in the
'Dollar Gas Case
Assistant City Attorney W. C. Lambert
Is preparing a reply brief In the dollar
gaa Injunction suit, which he will file
early next week.
The gaa company attorneys filed a brief
of 109 pages setting forth their reasons
why the company could not abide by
the ordinance, which reduces gas from
11.16 to n per 1,000 cubic feet.
This brief, followed the city's argument
and In addition to bringing up new ar
guments attempted to answer the city1
argument.
Mr. Lambert believes the case will
come to a show-down In a few weeks,
NO STREET CAR ACCIDENTS
AT FT OMAHA FESTIVITIES
Not a single accident with street cam
occurred at the public school play day
exercises at Fort Omaha Friday, In
spite of the many thousands of people
who gathered there. For this reason, Su
perlntendent of Transportation W. L
Musgrave and other officials of the street
railway company are rejoicing. They feel
that the avoidance of even a single minor
accident Is a record to be proud of.
MRS. WEST LOSES SUIT
AGAINST GOVERNOR HODGES
TOPEKA, Kan., June 8. Mrs. Luella
West of Wichita. Kan., Is not entitled to
damages from Governor George H.
Hodges of Kansas, for an alleged assault
and battery, a Jury decided today after
deliberating two minutes.
SEAMSTRESS GIVES TEN
THOUSAND FOR MISSIONS
NEW YORK, June . The board of
foreign missions of the Methodist Episco
pal church yesterday announced that Miss
Nettle Yeoward of Sterling, III., had
given $10,000 for the board's activities.
Miss Yeoward, It is stated, earned the
money working as a seamstress.
BOY WHO HAS DONE A MAN'S
WORK WELL.
Martin Bush gave a piano recital last
Thursday at tho Sacred Heart convent,
where he will succeed Max Landow.
playing compositions by Wagner, 1Isit
Schumann, d'Albcrt and Strauss-Tausig.
Mr. Bennett announces the last free
organ recital. Miss Mildred Clausson, as
sisted by Marcus Nielsen, baritone, at
the Temple Isreal, Park avenue- and
Jackson street, Sunday, June -7, at 4 p.
m. Miss Clausson will play numbers
from Borowskl,- Tours, Stebbtns, Baoti,
the Andantlno by Lemare and many other '
numbers. Mb N'lelson will assist with
two songs.
Miss Alice Davis will give a piano re
cital In Fremont Wednesday evening,
June 10. She will leave a few days later
for New York, sailing June 21, for three
months' study and travel In Europe. j
August M. Borglum presents Miss I
Eleanor Lear In a piano recital, assisted
by Miss Emily Lear, pupil of Henry Cox.
Monday evening, June 8, at 2S61 Douglas
street The program will Include solos
from Haydn, Bach-Saint Saens, Lesohet
isiky, Mendelssohn, Itles, Chopin and
Liszt.
Mr. Borglum will present Miss Florence
Peterson in a piano recital Thursday
evening, June 11, at 2961 Douglas street.
when the program will be made up from
the works of Beethoven, Mendelssohn,
Chopin, Balaklrew, Moszkowskl and
Llsxt. Invitations for either of these re
citals may be had from Mr. Borglum.
Cecil W. Berryman gave a student's
recital In his residence studio on Satur
day afternoon before invited guests;
Those participating were: Katherlne and
Charlotte Denny, Marguerite Fallon, Ma-'
rlon Howe, Mary Leslie, Lucile Lathrop,
Dorothy Pond, Marjorio Boyd-Smith.
Harold Btrelght, Kenneth Wldenor. Miss
Josephine Pardor rendered two vocal se
lections and Miss Evelyn Hanson, re
cently playing her graduation program
at Midland college, Kan., gave two violin
numbers. Mlos Lucile Lathrop accom
panied her own song, "Swing Bong,"
which wa sung by Dorotha Pond with
violin obligate by Winnie Lathrop.
Walter B. Graham will present his pu
pils In final concert at the Swedish au
ditorium In a program entitled1 "Scenes
from Opera" with both chorus and solos.
James Edward Carnal, vocal teacher
of the Omaha School of Music, will pre
sent two of his vocal pupils, Miss Hazel
Silver and Miss Ruth Hamilton, in Joint
recital, at the First Christian church Fri
day evening, June 12, at 8:30. Tho pub
lic Is cordially Invited.
'
Negro Lad is Sent
Up for a Period
of Repentance
Why Millard Smith. 7-year-old necrro lad.
frequently has exhibited drowsiness dur
ing his attendance at. Farnara school was
a question which attracted the attention
of Juvenile court.
Miss Waterman, his teacher, described
his condition as drowsy, but this desorlPr
tlon was rejected as inadequate. Mogy
Bernstein's adjective was "wobbly."
Mrs. Jennie Brown. COS South Thlrtv.
third street, admitted having Riven him
a cup of beer one night, whereupon Juve
nile Judge Sears Inquired whether the bov
suffered from a "hangover," or whether
he "had anything" the following morning.
ilie testimony Indicated that consider
able beer had been drunk by the bov. inl
the Judgo sent him to Rlverview home
for a period of repentance.
TWO "BAD EGGS" CAUGHT
WITH TWO CASES OF FRESH
Two Georges, Mund? and Fersruson.
caught with two cases of eggs in their
possession, were classified as two bad
eggs by judge Foster and sent to la.il
for thirty days to "freshen up." George
n., with his bundle of henfrult, was
caught by Officer Frank Goodrich while
trying to dispose of them at the Wash
ingion junenroom, and George F. was
nailed almost simultaneously trying to do
a similar stunt in McCann'a lunchroom
by Officer Murphy. The eggs are be.
Ileved to have been stolen from a mer
chandlse freight car recently broken into
BAD DOG IS ORDERED
TO BE SHOT AT SUNRISE
Ora Sllvus. t515 eouth Twelfth street
told Judge Foster that hewaa confident
he broke the world's record for ths 100-
yard nJaah and at least equalled tho rec
ord for the high Jump when the bulMa
or John' Hogan, 1924 South Seventeenth
street, cleared the home fence and gave
him pursuit. Other residents of Hogan's
neighborhood testified that the dog was
a dally producer of human speed records
and the Judge ordered the offender shot
at sunrise or as soon after as he should
happen to be led Into the Jail yard.
Join the Swappers' Club. Membership
Is free. Call at Bee office.
Musical Notes
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SCENE FROM "THE THKKH1 MUSKETEERS," AT TUB HIPP THEATER. mUZZ, m
WEEK of tnrllls is In store for
lovers 'of the. mo vie at the
Gayety during the week start
ing this afternoon, the film
bookings beng exclusively the
output of the Itamo company of
New York City, whose product has nover
Until now been soon In Omaha. Two big
subjects will constltuto the -week's pro
gram, the most, -notable' one being ' the
new four-real photoplay, "Thou Shalt
Not," which, while being a thrilling story
of life In the great northwest, has to do
with the seventh commandment In such
a manner' that Interest In the tale Is not
permitted to lag for a moment. Tho
eternal triangle two men and a wotriah
figures prominently In the story, which
has Its scones of action away up north
In spots and places that of themselves
will bo cooling to look upon In caso the
weather during tho coming week is of
tho torrid variety-
To complete the seven-reel display of
fered each week at the Gayety still an
other Ramo feature will bo included the
three-reel gasp, "Wlves.'f Thls Is 'the
production that made Stuart Holmes a
camera star. Tho wild scene in thestqek
exchange in which a powerful banker
engulfs his supposed rival In financial
ruin is uureljj one of the most dramatic
scenes ever projected upon a screen. Tho
program Is of two -full hours duration
and will, as usual, be displayed only four
times each day, starting at 1, 3, 7 and 9
m. It Is well to be in your seat Just
at these hours rather than to arrive either
late or early, htus marring your own en
joyment and gaining nothing.
The bill at the" Empress this week con-.
slsts of another of Menlo Moore's acts,
entitled, "Summer Girls.4' In the cast
there are five pretty girls. The act Is a
musical medley of summer sports and
pastimes. Six very pretty and catchy
musical numbers serve to make you for
get the thermometer. Howard . Burk
holder Is the only man In the production.
Miss Carrie Fopplano, a much featured
musical comedy girl, is well aupportod
by her chorus. Tho two Lowes are rope
manipulators of the true cowboy style.
Walter Lowo is an expert at throwing
loops and Miss Minnie Lowe does some
real fancy twirling. Frank Malone Is an
acrobatic dancer, whose waltz,' clog and
buck dancing are the main features of
his act, He also does some comedy acro
batic dancing. Arthur Rigby, minstrel
comedian, completes, the vaudeville bill.
High class photo. plays are shown In con
nection with each performance and In
cludes a number of the best comedies
and both editions of the Hearst-Seltg
News Weekly.
At the Hipp theater on Monday, Alex
ander Dumas' thrilling romance, "The
Three Muekcteors," will open an engage
ment of six days. The picture 1 in
eight rolls and Is by far the most ambi
tious program yet offered by Manager
Schlank. The story of "The Three Mus
keteers" Is Itself so well known that only
the briefest outline Is necessary. Char
lotte Baokson, later known as Mldaly de
Winter, a fascinating adventuress, es
capes from Jail after having been con
victed of theft and branded on the
shoulder with the dlscracetul mark of
the fleur de lys. She meets the Comto
de Ferre and beculles him Into marrying
her. Some time later, while riding with
her husband, the comte, she Is thrown
from her horse, exposing the brand on
her shoulder. The compte, enraged, shoots
her shoulder. The comte, enraged, shoots
ever, is not so easily kiuea, ana escapes
to England, where she later contracts a
second marriage with Lord Winter. She
becomes the confidante of the duke of
Buckingham, In love with the queen c';
France, and undertakes to deliver a mes
sage for htm to the queen. As one of the
spies of Cardinal Richelieu, the mortal
Hotels.
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When In Chicago, atop at the Plaza - a
quiet and refined hotel, facing Lincoln
Park and overlooklnu Lake Mlchltfnn. flop
rooms with private bath newly I urnleheu.
A room with o bath for $1.50 and up.
Weekly. SU.00 and up. Two room aultes,
$3.00 per day and up. Weekly 91G.00
and up. Only twelve minutes by olectrlc
cars to theatre, buolneas and shopping
center. Good cafe; In connection. Moder
ate prices. Write for booklet to ManaUer.
North-Ave. and N. Clark St.
At the Summer Theaters
enemy of the queen, she delivers the re
cret to him. Her former husband, ho
comte, haa meanwhile allied himself with
the king's musketeers, under tho name of
Athos. With him are his throe Inseparable
friends, Aramls, Porthos and D'Artagnan
the latter a youth who has Just Joined
the ranks. Throughout the rest of the
otory the four friends are continually Pit
ting their wits against those of the car-
dlnal and his followers.
"Love, Luck ana Gasoline," a mlle-a-mlnute,
three-reel Vltagraph comedy will
bo the attraction at tho Hipp theater for
today only. 'With hydro-aeroplanes, motor
boats, yachts and aeroplanes, "Cutoy"
played by the Inimitable Wallle Van, and
Miss Tombby, by Lillian Walker, con
trive to keep "Bunny," her father, wor
ried to death. After a serlca of hair-rais
HOTELS.
em
An Invitation to
We extend a cordial invitation to the officers, delegates, club mem
bers and visitors to the twelfth Biennial Convention of tho Qonoral Fed
eration of Women's Clubs to bo held in the Auditorium Thentro, Chi
cago, Juno 9th to 19th.
Chicago Beach Hotel
"Where Summer Resort and City Meet"
This famous hotel,, with its 400
rooms and 250 private baths its
magnificent bathing beach and
shady verandas overlooking lake
and parks makes an ideal bostojry
for unescorted women.
mm
ing adventures, Bunny overhauls ihe
pair, who have eloped in a hydro-aeroplane.
As they aro about to rlso Into the
air, Bunny comes near overhead In un
aeroplane. Jle leans too far out and falls
Into tho water, but Is rescued by Cutey,
and taken to shore, where Lillian art
fully wins him over and he gives the
happy young couple hla blessing and they
fly away on their honeymoon.
OMAHA DOCTORS GO TO
CONGRESS AT LONDON
Dr. E. W. Pqwell has gone to Europe
and will close his tour abroad by attend
ing the congress of surgeons to be held
In London early In August. Dr. A. F.
Jonas, chief surgeon for the Union Pa
cific will also attend the congress.
HOTELS.
All tho comforts of tho city with
tho enjoyment of a splendid summer
resort. Ton minutes' rido o thea
tres and shopping and business dis
trict. Ono block from Station to
Convention Hall. Wire or write for
reservations.
CHICAGO BEACH HOTEL
Hyde Park Boulevard (51st Street) on the Lake Shore, Chicago.
.H.MrmffinnnwmmiiiiimiiwMa,m,Mu,.M u.,.-.S--t
Madman Armed With
Repeating Rifle is
Barrioaded in Olmrch
BUDAPEST, Hungary, June . A mad
murdered, August Tomstcs, has since
yesterday morning made an Impregnable
fortress out of the steeple of the village
church at Hoeflany. Armed with a re
peating rifle and COO cartridges, he took
refuge In the steeple after killing a farmer
and his wife and wounding their daugl.
ter.
Tollce tried to reach the criminal, but
AM11SI8MRNTS.
AUDITORIUM
Friday - p
.. Juno
The Omaha Letter
Carriers
PRESENT
The Paulist
of Chicago
Under Dlrootion Fathor Wm. J. Finn
Only Choral Society of Boys
and Men in the World
Prizewinners of Two Continents
One Hundrod and Sovcnlor .Lottcr Carriers tiro Working to Advertise-
Omaha, Chnrglng Nothing for their Service and
Attending tho Concert nt their Own Expense.
MATINEE PRICES
$1.00, 50c. 2,000 Scats for Children 16
Years and Under, 25c
EVENING PRICES
$1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c
Seat Sale Begins Mon
day, June 8, at
OUR MOTTO:
No Vacant Scats
That Night
DICKERMAN(ACT,NC'
School of I
Arlington alook.lBHU Dodge St. Rsd 4143.
SPECIAX. BUM3CEB BCKOOX. OV EXPRESSION
LIMITED CLASS DAILY SESSION.
JUNK IB TO JULY IS,
WBBX OF SUNDAT JUNE TTK
MENLO MOORE'S PRODUCTION
"IUKKSX ontus"
la a Xlnlatur Xuileal Oonudj.
TWO LOWES
Bope Manipulator).
ARTHUR RIGBY
IClnxtral Comedian.
FRANK MALONE
Acrobatto Danolng-.
rXATUBH PHOTO FLATS.
Tout 8Uow 9, 0130, 7130 and 0 JP. W.
100 ABlunSIUa J.UO
Bummer Pupil necolved Juna 1st to
BORGLUMAXiIANO SCHOOL
3861 Douglai Street.
August M. HorKlum, Madams Borglum
(Puplli of Wager Hwayne) and compe
tent analiitantB.
BIpht.nfflBlntr. SlBht-81ni;ln(t and Ear
Training. (Schwartz Method, Paria Con
servatory.) Harmony and Public Per
formance Claonee.
HOTELS,
Women
were repulsed with a fiuilltade, whWx
killed two and wounded fourteen others.
A large force of police surrounded the
church today, but their commander con
fessed he was helpless until Tomslca dot
elded to surrender or used up his Am
munition. A narrow stairway la the onljf
approach to the steeple, and whenever
anybody has attempted to ascend It, Tom
nlcs lias been ablo to force them quickly to
descend again. He fired 200 of his 00
cartridges yesterday and besides wounl
Ing a large number of pcrnons, destroyed
the altar and pictures In tho church. This
morning he shouted from the steepla:
"It Is a good thing you let me sleep
during the night. Now I have fresh
strength. When my last cartridge Is gone
I will kill myself."
AMUftRMUNTS.
School Children's
Matlnoe at 4.
Evening at 0:15
Cii
See Your
Letter Carrier for
TICKETS
VOICE,
and
EXPRESSION
WIPP
TH PA TPS
CONTINUOUS
DAILY
THEATER 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
TOE)AY
Vitagrnph'a MUe-n-Mlnuto
Mnrlno Comedy.
"LOVE. LUCK
AND GASOLINE"
with a groat cast, including
John Bunny, Wnlllo Van and
Lillian Walker
TODAY ONLY.
ENTIRE WEEK COM. Q
MONDAY, JUNE 0
ALEXANDER DUMAS'
MASTER STORY
"The Three
Musketeers"
IN
8-REELS -8
A Two-hour show, in 270
scenes, produced at a cost
of 9100,000.
AT HIPP PRICES
J 0 C-ADMISSION- JOC
HOLD YOUR PICNIC AT
LAKE MANAWA
Fine Picnic O rounds.
Special Inducements to Public
Schools uitl Sunday Schools
Dancing Boating
And Qthor Attrs&iions
Free Concerts by Finn's Band
SUNDAY
Afternoons nnd Evenings,
Free Moving Pictures Eiery Evening
KRUG PARK
Brery Afternoon and SvanlBf
Until Jnna 14th
Porno and His Band
Of 33 Art Lit.
Idas Myrtla Moras, Sopraao,
Dannlnr. Xollr Skating; Ooaato,
Sad Wll,
Tt XovlPff Xtdnxas, Sto.
2Trv AatotnobU Oar aro TXSX.
So OAK X-AXB.
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