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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1914)
GARBAGE DEAL IS UP MONDAY
Commissioners Then to Consider
New Contract for Removal.
TUB BKK; OM AHA, SATURDAY, JULY . 11, 11)14.
BUTLER WANTS A SHORT DEAL
One or Tno-Vfur Contract Is
Mnch Preferable to One far
n Period, of Fire
City commissioners will consider tho
request of the Omaha Henderlng and Feed
companj' for a flve-yonr extension of the
garbage removal contract, at tho meeting
In committee of the whole Monday. Com
missioner Dan II. Butler haa opposed a
"I will not be hero to fight n five-year
contract. If It should come to a point
where flrhtlnfr would be necessary,
said commissioner Butler, " but I nm
opposed to a contract for a period of
more than two years at the most. A one
year contract Is preferable.
"This company eaya It will not consider
anything less than a five-year contract.
That 1 Just talk. They will accept what
they can get or somebody else will step
In and assume, the Contract."
The contract with this feeding company
expires wfthlfi a few weeks and some
move Is, now necessary. The company
haa been removing tho garbage, free of
charge -and feeding It to hogs kept In
tho Missouri river bottoms.
Commissioner Hutler opposed n five
year contract when the application was
first made .nearly a month ago. The
Commissioner goes to Denver Sunday,
to attend (Tie Elks' convention.
Waldron Fined for
Burning Bumps Off
The Ncbraski state consul for tho Lin
coln highway, It. B. Waldron, waa com
ing In from his ranch In the western part
of the county Wednesday evening and
when at about Forty-second and Farnnm
streets. City Marshal Dunlap of Dundeo
dropped down In front of him, apparently
out of a clear sky and without' tho usual
warning of thunder. Marshal Dunlap
then very politely delivered to Mr. Wal
dron an Invitation to appear at 8;30
o'clock Friday morning at tho capital of
Dundee and there partake of the hos
pitality of one rtaymond M. (Irossmon.
police magistrate for the quiet little burs
of Dundee. Mr. Waldron appeared there
at the appointed hour and explained to
his honor that, In his Judgment, tho road
authorities of Dundee had accomplished
considerable for the I-lncoln highway, but
wore somewhat derelict In their duties In
that they left a few bumps on that por
tion of the great transcontinental route
and, as state consul, It waa tils' duty to
burn thera off. Tho court thereupon In
formed Mr. Waldron that ordinance No.
233 of the village prohibits the burning off
of bumps on the Lincoln highway, es
pecially It the burning takes place In the
presence of City Marshal Dunlap, and
assessed tho damage at $10. Mr. Wal
dron paid tho assessment under protest
and with the understanding that the court
shall Invest the amount In Lincoln high
Arrest of Woman
Lays Bare Mixup 1
of Two Families
When Motorcycle Officer Lyman
Wheeler arrested Johanna Jokowskl, 1830
Vinton street, Thursday, on a chargo of
disorderly conduct, little did he rock
that when the case came up In police
court his prisoner would be the stormy
petrel In the domestlo tragedy of two
Mrs. Jpkowskl had finished explaining
that her husband, John, had ac
complished He ain't your husband, he's my hus
band," interrupted Mrs. Mary Lurkows
lau. ( utile stars represent
turmoil. Lack of space prevents publica
tion of proper number of stars.)
When the affair simmered down, the
battle was declared a draw by the pollco
magistrate. Mrs.. Jokowskl was flnnd $10
on the disorderly conduct charge, and tho
bigamy complaints were Ignored,
Mrs. Lurkowalau says her husband de
serted hln family In Poland twenty years
ago and came to America, and since mar
ried Johanna. Johanna says this Is all
Tht names used here, and In any other
publication, are probably wrong also. No
one Interested could be found who could
spell their own uahies properly and the
?ourt officials resorted to guess work.
Bank Stock Doubles
in Value, as Shown
by Recent Sales
Fred Thomas, well known and popular
assistant cashier of the Live Stock Na
tional bank has been named a director to
succeed A. L. Bergqulst, who has dis
posed of his holdings In the bank. L. M.
Lord, who has been cashier for some
time, will also be vice president hsreaftsr.
While the exact figure Is not given out
it U said that Bergqulst. the retiring
stockholder, eold his stock for something
In the neighborhood of 3W a share. When
the bank waa organised the stock sold for
$100, It la asserted.
The election of. Fred Thomas to tho
directorate nlgng with hs duties as
cashier brings out one of the promising
young bankers of this section. The added
responsibility Is looked upon as a. distinct
compliment to his ability and success In
building up the Live Stock National bank.
C F, McGrew, former state and national
bank examiner, and leader In the western
banking world, is prsldnt of the bank.
SOME MORE CANDIDATES
FILE THEIR APPLICATIONS
Th following additional candidates
Have filed their applications to have their
names submitted to the voters at the
Jamta r. English. Judge from Fourth
Judicial district! James O'Hara, demo
crat, sUU senator; Fred J. Warren,
socialist, congressman. Second Congres
sional district! Frank n. Kennard, repub
lican, county commissioner from the
Third district; James Austin, republican.
police Judge ot South Omaha Frank C.
Morgan, republican, Justice of the peace;
John T. Dillon, republican, state senator;
Joseph Stein, republican, lustlce of the
Omaha real estate Is the best investment
you coma tnaxe. J If ad The IWj real
THM IN'CANDHeH'MNT L1LV. lly
Ueuverneur Morris. 314 Pp. $1.. Charles
Ten short stories make up this volume,
the first one giving the title to the book.
They are fascinating and unique and eacb
ono Is "different."
CltOSS TRAILS, flv Hoi-man -Vhltk r.
rp. itarper & uros.
Tho socne Is a lumber camp, snowed in
by winter snows. OabrMIe, the only
woman In tho camp, daughter of wealth
and of civilization though she Is, proves
to be as human and as primal as tho
others. Lost on the trail by which she
Is trying to reach a friend at a Hudson's
nay company station, she Is caught In a
blizzard and found unconscious In a snow
drift by the man whom she thinks sho
hates more than anyone else. He takes
hor to tlv lumber camo, and there sho la
forced to stay for weeks, In his constant
presence, while strange, wild things hap
pen, culminating In a riot of tbo lumber?
jacks, and sho gains new knowledge of
her own nature.
THE LOST PAflfTJf MlSVr. 1W tr.n,,,.
jiuurc. u. . uuiingnam company.
The plot Is rather ingenious and con
cerns a lost will, which has mysteriously
disappeared. The mystery Is continued
to the end of the tale, which represents
Mr. Humo In tils best Vein. '
and starts a mutiny whlrli falls, but, not he finally proves that he has
discouraged, he repeatedly makes trouble well as superhuman strength.
uunng xne rascinatlngly exciting treasure
hunt, eventually kidnaping the heroine
-a deed of scoundrel tarn leading to hit
a soul as
UB.NIIV OP NAVARRE OHIO. By
llntM.nL.1 IT . II . ....
"r nail. i. me uentury com-
tl.l.MI I - . . . ....
j":ui in n zona sort, una th x u a
Jolly little account of how he went to
Harvard, fell In love many times, became
a football hero, had facetleus argument
with his roommate, was tho social arbi
ter of Navarre when ho went homo on va
cation, and altogether had four whole
'ini'py. roiMCKing youthful years.
Ho Is Just an average American youth.
with endless froth all around and about
turn, but whenever It Is necessary he
sizes up as a real man.
TUB STRENGTH OF THR STRONG,
lly .Inclf Ixmrton. 157 pp. n.35. The Mac
A volume of short stories, two of which
are in a class by themselves. "The Sea
fanner and "Samuel" being little talcs
ot a lltllo island off the coast of Ire
Innd. The stories nil teem with llfo real
THB PIRATE OP PANAMA. Tlv Will.
Inm McLcod Ralnp. 311 Pn. U.K. n. w.
Infatuated by the heroine a young law
yer starts on a romantic search for the
ot pirate gold of "Doubloon Spit." Both-
well, who had attemptod to get tho man
Showing the location of the gold, hides
himself upon the treasure hunter's shin
. C. .MC-
TAItKAX OF Tlfrs xvv.a
Rice Burroughs. 401 pp. 1 30.
Clurg and company.
Lord Oreystroke and hla wife are ma
rooned on the African Junglo const. A
son Is born and the mother dies. A herd
of giant apes Invade the cabin, kill Lord
Ortystrokc. take away tho child, and
rear It tin their own. When the child
has become a man he possesses tho hab
its, tho language, nnd the great' strength
of the apes. One day a white woman Is
PUt nahore from a ship, and the ape man
falls In love with her. and rescues her
from many porlls. He also plays the
part of Instructor to n sclontlflo expedi
tion. The sceno then shifts to Wisconsin,
whoro the heroine Is rescued from innm
porlls. Meanwhile tho aDe man h.m ,
educated in the culture of his kind, and
THM TORCH UBARKR. By Relna,
Meleher Marquis. J16 pp. ja.' rj. Ap
pleton and company.
can a woman serve two masters, one
being her husbsnd and the other her
pen? Mrs. Marquis has written A pretty,
apptallng story about It. but, although
hor solution of the question Is far-vlsloned
ana examng, her treatment falls to carry
The rcene of the story Is laid In a
quiet, old-fashioned country town of
Kentucky, and the whole story is written
with much poetic feeling, with sensltlve
jioss to dramatic values and with an abll
Ity to portray emotion simply that prom
ises well for the author's future work.
THR RETURN OF T1IK PRODIGAL
" ""jy .Sinclair. 3tt pp. $l.M. Tht
A collection of short stories and novel-
cues, mo tiue story pronounced by I.on
u"i. reviewers "a masterpiece." How
ever, they are all interesting, and quite
" wne. aa ansa Sinclair's name al
ways promises a talc well worth reading.
pu. ii.as. i7'a;;;i..""" .u" ""n-
fi';iuu unu company
That Inspiring something which many
singers and actresses lack Is usually said
to bo an Inexperience In lov. hut h
author herein proves It may bo somthlnff
else. .Jarla Dullo, an Kngllsh girl with
a fine voice, but singing without Insplra
tlon meets a royal prince who u n-t.
Ing Incognito. He makes lovo to her
frhe discovers his 'true rank. A morgan
atic marriage Is at last contemplated,
vhen tho prince Is called
v wij oi mo tialkan states nnd ulti
mately marries a princess. Later the girl
snd the man, who is' now king, meet In
Paris and renew their love.nmiHno- hm,-
Klrl promises to go with him back to hlc
n...suoni o ne nis Helper and sweetheart.
she lets him go back to his kingdom Its people s tney are
alone. Then It Is that the Inspiration shows ruins of the
cornea to her voice not the inspiration ' peopled by long-gone clvlll au.ms
of love, but ot renunciation and self sac
Herschel Coffin. 3 Pp. St.M.
THE fOCIALIZKD CONSCIKNCE. Bj
The author holds that the moral slttia
tlon Is always a social situation. anU that
moral conduct Is the reaction of a rslf
to a vital social problem. Accordingly,
the two factors i pon whleh ethical theory
is based are selfhood or personality, and
the moral situations which arise In con
nection with the Institutional life of society.
eMitalr- Many Complain of
of Farnam Street
WAYFARER. By Virginia Corry.
Sherman, French fc Company.
A collection of miscellaneous poems.
TEACH INU PKX HYGIENE IN THE
PUBLIC SCHOOLS. By Dr. E. B. Lowry.
0 cents. Forbss Company.
The relation of the home and the
school to the subject Is discussed, and
methods suggested for proper Instruction.
A very helpful book for those Interested
In child welfare.
HOW TO APPRECIATE THE DRAMA.
Bv Thomas Llttlcfleld Marble. JM Pp.
$115. Hinds k Eldrldge.
A book designed for lovers of the drama
In general, for dramatic societies, for
the study sections of reading clubs, as
well as for classes In schools and col
leges. MKMATtONS. By James Allen. 3S
pp. $1. Thomas Y. Crowell company.
To each day in the year Is assigned one
page, which contains material for thought
during that day.
THE POWER OF MENTAL DEMAND.
By Herbert Edward Law. $1.. Paul
Elder fc Company.
In this volume of essays the author's
effort Is to stimulate and Inspire the In-'
dividual to desire and demand success;
to demand It of hlmseelf as an obligation
of his being, and so to put himself In
harmony with the law of success.
FARNAM STREET PAVING
DELAYED BY SHIPMENTS
A petition of protest against the con
dition ot Farnam street from Eighteenth
to Twentieth streets Is being circulated
by property owners nlong the street and
will bo filed with the city commission.
This street haB been torn up for several
weeks and travel over It is very dir
Strange how great minds run In the
same channel. A dozen letters from
dozen Individuals nil cam. to Robert H.
Mnnley, commissioner of the Commer
cial club. Frldny morning. All were aboil'
the same subject All had the same com
plaint. All complained of the torn-Uf
condition of the pavement at Nlnetecntl'
and Twentieth and Farnam streets, an
asked that the Commercial club do some
thing about it. since the city council had
been appealed to and had done nothing.
Even H. B. Waldron of thu Lincoln High
way assoclnt'on was among the wrltert
of the letters.
"Well, well," said Manley. "It's so
darn hot I Just don't feel like putting
on my overalls and Kolng out there to
fix that pavement today."
THB DEAF. By Harry Best. Kl pp.
Thomas l. Crowell company.
The object of the present study l to
consider the attitude of society In Amer
ica toward them, tho duties It has rettn
nlzed In respect to them, the status It bus
created for them, and the extent anJ
forms, as well as the adeouacv nn,i mr. fioult
rectnese. of this treatment. The boo' Is ! Watson Townsend, city engineer, said
separated Into two divisions, the flrnt the reason the work had not been com
devoted to a discussion of the position of pleted weeks ago was that the con
the deaf In society and the second to the tractor, Hugh Murphy, had been unable
Provisions made for their education. J to secure material, shipments of which
had been delayed.
SRIA. By Lewis Oaaton Leary. 21$
pp. $t.Iu. McBrlde. Naet and company.
A land, of contrasts, with a history full
At tho last moment her better .ir Z """"R picturesque events. Syria
dlate. the contemplated relationship and ' ruTVX ,'1
....... ii... ,v uilU
Driven SlcJt Ilcndnche Airny.
Agonizing sick headache cured by using
Dr. King's New Life Pills regularly.
Keep liver and bowels In healthy condi
tion. 25c. All druggists. Advertisement.
Judge Foster Puts
Brakes on Cooley
"Judge" J. S. Cooley had Just estab
lished a new altitude record for oratorical
flights In police court while defending a
peddler named A. Cooper, arrested for
short-weighting, when JudgJ Foster In
terrupted him before tho former could
volplane back to earth.
"Cooley, you're arguments make me
tired. Mr. Court Sergeant, escort Attor
ney Cooley from the room."
Cooley. crestfallen, left. His client was
The part of Cooley's argument that
garnered hlzzoner's genus capra was
when the former compared Abe Cooper,
peddler, to Abe Lincoln. "Honest Abe"
was what Cooley was saying when Judge
Foster threw on the emergency brake.
Long Silk Gloves
Women's 10-button length silk gloves
In black or white. Double tipped. MotiBnuotairo C A
cial for PUf6 dy sUk' 8aturdR ' "Pe-OllC
Pretty Summer Neckwear
Among tho pretty new novelties In summer neckwear
are the Normandy collars of soft embroidered Swiss,
linen and pique. Also soft rolling organdy collars with
vestee. Large selections. Specially priced at 25c.
Saturday Will Be a Day of Tremendous Importance in July Clearings
ii iv n -j iv
II Z . aiT .IP
Quick Disposal of Summer Wash Dresses--at Two Prices
or Sif rtt.i'.S? i1'!" ordinary oUorlaZuSrSS
foctnrcr at about one third thoh- ,mlT,i , , .1, ,, '"arca "ample drosses icli wo secured from a New York manu
. :..,.-,.", '; vuue, mailing in oil ouo of tho most attractive solos
i.vuav,a uiu juL-tuiiuu m mesc two lots: uu
Dresses Previously Priced up to $15 at
This lot represontn many of tho moat artistic nnd
pleasing summer styles in ratlno, vollos. cropes, tissues,
f .n Tpi u?d othor dlnty 8U,ner rlcs In white
and all desirable summer shados. These aro dresses
ril-aaThav! boen 8ell,nK B,t nBn up to S15.
Cholco Saturday for
Dresses Previously Priced up to $10 at
Several hundred very attractive dresses are hero for
your selection Saturday at this extremely low price.
They are all in desirable, new stylos, featuring the long
Russian girdles and tunics, and the latest effects in
blouses. These drosses are regularly worth to S10.
Cholco Saturday for .
Worth to $30
67 Summer J
Worth to $20
Clearing Knit Underwear
-"..11 1 y '
Women's mercerized nnd French llslo vests, Kay
ser or 8wan makes, hand crochet laco Jfi
yokos, worth $1, special UT7C
Women' a sheer lisle vest with dainty hand cr
onot laco yokes, beading tops and mor- or
cerliod tapes, 50c values ZC
Women's Munslng union suits, mercerized nnd
plain lisle, cluny laco trlmmod. Worth r r
up to ?2, on sale, at ZJOC
Women's union suite of fine lisle nnd cotton, cuff
or urabfdlla knees,' full taped; on
50c values at 37C
Women's flno cotton union suits, cuff or urn.
brolla knees, full taped, regular rr
50c values, at iOC
Hoys' genuine Poroaknlt union suits, high neck,
short sleeves and knee length, Ages jq
8 to 10 years. 50c values, at , , uC
Women's fine cotton union suits with i r
umbrella Unoes, full taped, SGc values,. IOC
Saturday You May Take
ihcsiuucu vjiuice of
Any Summer Hat in Stock
All the Dress Hats
All tho Street Hate
All the Panamas
All Styles & Colors
All the $25 Hats
All the $20 Hats
All the $15 Hats
All the $10 Hats
This great aeml-annual millinery offer for which hundreds ot
women eagerly wait. Select from hXiniiniot llni
ose trlmmod with paradise, fancy ostrich, aigrettes, etc., and
many 0f the now hemp faced black velvet hats, white satin hats,
silk and velvet combinations in the very latest summer styles.
Any misses' or Junior's hat In our entire stock, re- a a
gardless of former selling price, on sale Saturday, at. . I'X
White mllan hemp, hemp and white chip untrlmmod
hats In an ondless -variety, at
Wo haVO lUBt received n nllmVior nt lm ul-i. .in. ........ . . 9
bocomlnc- so vopv non, in. . i i L. u,"y voivet, sauors, iacea wun wnite hemp, which are
oocoming so ery popular among fashlonablo women. These new modlunt and small shapes Saturday at 92.BO.
Mary Jane Pumps, $2.48
Here is the Cool New
Nemo Corset for
Those now Nemo corsets give summer
comfort with perfect stvlo.
made of a now mntrrin1.
tt not, but serviceublo ns cnnfil Ti
loso their shape, nnd combines oxti-omo
licrhtnoss and long service. Very low bust
with long skirt and lightly boned, making
them ideal corsets for summer-wenr.
Thin' mmlnl lo ...,r... i.. i . . .
lit i. j ! J "";uny suuea ror tno grow-
11 ID IT Birl and fnur nut ,tnn. .nn.i- -.. j ., "V
NLCOlae' Shown ,n P,nk or wh,to. t pair p5
July Clearing of Hosiery
Clever Mary Jane pumps, very popular style' for
misses as wen as ror women. Soft patent
leather or dull leather with hand
turned soles, broad toes,
low heels, ankle strap
with soft flat silk bow.
AH sizes Saturday 92.48
Women's Bathing Shoes.
Bathing Shoes In all colors. Tango lace ef
fect. Cork soles and sateen tops. All sizes at 48c.
Sale of Hand Bags
All the newest styles In hand bags are Included
In this lot of real 6eal, real pin seal, real morocco
and real walrus leather bags. All colors. All are
silk lined or leather lined. Regular ?5 dQ 17 i
and 96 values, Saturday for pO i
Women's Dure thrnail nil W- t
lisle garter tops, double lisle soles and toos. high spliced heels.
There are black, white and all colors. All 76c and $1 values
at this low price, pair
50c. Hosiery at 25c
Womon'a pure thread silk boot
and fibre boot hose, with wide lisle
tops, double soles and toes, and
high spliced heels. Full fashioned.
Ulack, tan, white or col- ey r
ors. 50c values at .... QC
25c Hose at lUc
Women's fast black., tan or white
gauze lisle mercerized finish hos
iery with double spies, spliced hoels
and doublo tops. Regular 25c
quality, special for Sat- - r)l
urday. at pair 19 C
Children's 25o Hosiery on Sale at 12V$c
Fine mercerized lisle finished and cotton ribbed hosiery in all sites for
children and boys. Double heels and toes, Gauze or medium 1 ni
weight. Wack, tan, white, sky and rod. 25c values, at, pair.... JL'SfC
40o Hose at 29c
Fibre llk ribbed hoso for misses
and cheldren with reinforced lisle
spliced heels and toes, AH slzos.
Theso aro the 40c quality, nn
Priced Saturday at d&ZC
Men's Socks at 19c.
Men's pure thread silk boot
hosiery with lisle double soles,
heols and toes. Black, tan and
navy. Seconds of the SOo 4 r
quality, at pair 15 C
Princess Slips trimmed with laces and
embroider' and worth to $2.08. On sale
Saturday, at $1.
Night Gowns with kimono or set In
sleeves, lace or embroidery yokes. Worth
11.50 and $2. Saturday for 70c.
Combination Suits In princess style with
Knickerbocker or Marcella style with closed
drawers; also envelope and Teddy
bear styles. worth up to ?2. On
sale at 85c.
Underskirts trimmed with dainty
laces and embroideries. Slightly
soiled, but regularly worth to $5.
On salo Saturday at 91,00.
Women's Pajamas of plain or
striped madras and fine nainsook.
Worth to $3. On sale Saturday,
Night Gowns with low or high
necKs, Kimono or set in sleeves, trim
med with laces or embroidery.
Worth 50c. On salo at 20c.
Important Items far Summer and Vacation Use From Toilet Goods and Drug Section
Cn T X 12.1 in . . j , , r.' . . . : 2 wv-w
50c Jar Ingram's Milkweed Cream at
Universally endorsed by all leading beauties, A
both off nd pn the stage. With each Jar ot this vO
cream sold 8aturdy we will give free a Guest Lsmjf
Rooai package of toilet articles, all for,
A Brush for
If you are particular about the brush you use, let Us show you tbe
genuine. ''.Hughe's Ideal." We know It will please you. We offer this
fine brush at a really surprising price. A quadruple bristle Hughe's
Ideal Hair Brush of the very best quality, made to sell d 1 in
at $2; specially priced In our drug section, at pJLl7
Vacuum Dottle Pint size, heavily nioklo nlatod.
iiko cut, regularly worm si. go; specially priced
miUit n i r i u
racKers Tar tin
regular 7 to OQn
Boap, 25c cake
1-lb. Peroxide Q.
of HjMrogen,... u
Cream, 54 -lb.
Jsrpvn'a 3Sc Oenxotn
Almond I Cm
Tablets, 1 dot.
Asurea Fuce Powder.
10 In box. I .
3o II Jl
Llstorlne is the
original, best and
safest as well as
the most agrb
able of all non
septics, The Ideal
wash for the
mouth and teeth.
Useful In treating
cuts, bruises and
sk 1 n eruptions;
$1. 60 Worth of 20 Mule
Team Borax Products lor
1-lb. pkg. 20 Mule Team Soap Chips, worth 25c
i10ihbarZ 2r,MUl? T1ea.m Dor Sff worth 50c
1-lb. pkg. Boraclc Acid, worth 35o.
Total combination value l.C0. All for 80c.
(Only one combination to a pustomer.)
FREE, Mme. Yale's Face Creme
Saturday we will give a large size Jar of Mme
Ya e s Skin Cream free with each Jar of Mme
Yale's Face Powder at 42c.
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