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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1915)
THK HKK: OMAHA, SATIKDAY, MAIU'II 1015.
NO MONEY NOW
FOR JURORS' FEES
Robert Smith Eeporti Fundi Will
Not Be Available Until About
SMITH'S FEES NOT TTJUNED IN
J 11 mm of the district court after the
expiration of th prrpn pannel and dar
ing the ramalndlnic fifteen wreka of the
court's leaelon will no longer receive
ra.n in payment for their aervleea but
will get warrants on county funds whh h
will he available about September 1. rt
trlrt Clerk Robert Smith announces.
The result. It wm predicted at the court
house, will be a return of the practice
of "walplnff county warrant," by which
jurors will discount their warrants for
rush. Jurors now receive $3 per day for
Mr. Smith (rives as his reaaou for the
announcement the fact that the surplus
fee fund of his office out of which Jurors'
pay has been taken. Is exhausted and
From Our Near Neighbors
Mr. and ilrs. Henry Anderson went to
The KenMng-tnn c1ui met at the home
of Mra. C. W. illandt, on Wednesday aft
ernoon, Henry IVrnackr and family have
moved back to their farm home, north
west of town.
The teachers of the tc.wn school went
to Omaha lset Sattirriav. to attend the
meetlna- of the lvniprlaa County Teach
Henry Wilt and family moved last week
to the old Ttmpcrlrjr, homestead, four
miles northnaat of town.
A stlrrlnit drama. "The Honor of a
Cowbov." will be presented by the base
ball hoys anil their friends, at tht Wood
man ha!L on Hnndny evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Morklemann
sent sreotinKs to friends here fn"n Cali
fornia, where they tv spending their
honeymoon, enjoytnn the exposition.
Mr. and Mrs. Ixxiis ttlnaarcacl returned
on the late train Tuesday evening from
Hastings, where they were recentlv mar
ried. Their friends irava them rw
tion on Wednesday evening-.
Miss Carrie Kumpf, who died at her
home in Omaha last week, taught In
I'lstrlct No. M, north of town in , the
! v. o,. nf tho Mr hllxSHnl She will lie
that the general fund Is insufficient to j remembered a a visitor at the home
meet the demands on It. I of Mr. and Mrs. E. Ahrens, when they
Bets He Would Be !
Released, but Loses
Billy Hlghporkets, vagrant and dwarf,
at one time star tumbler with Rlngling
fcros. Circus, was arraigned In police
court Friday morning and sentenced to
Htghpockets was brought before Judge
Brltt Thursday, but through his good
natured banter with the court waa al
lowed to depart with the provision that
he leave town at once.
Friday morning he delivered a very
touching ob story abo.it being 111 and
wishing to be turned loose to sooure
treatment. Although deeply moved,
Judge Brltt sentenced the little fclow to
the caunty Jail and waved him toward
the ballpen. Aa Hinhpoekets passed
through the opening he waa greeted with
a lusty chorua form the prisoners,
"You loaa 8horty." Investigation by the
court revealed the fact that BUly had
wagered his seal ling that he would be
Arrested for Posing
as Federal Off icer
Lemuel Goldsberg, address Victoria
hotel, was arrested by local police of
ficers on complaint of several Individuals
who assert that Ooldsberg. represontlns
himself to be a t'nlted States government
official, had employed them to work for
him aa subordinates Goldsberg has been
turned over to the federal authorities,
who are Investigating the charges.
Mr. and Mra. Roy Coalman went to
Kim wood last Wednesday.
H P. Chrlstsnsen reports that six of his
rhlldren are atck with the measles.
C. N. Foster of Hebron Is visiting; his
sister, Mrs. 3. Ulascow and other rela
tives. Pr. and Mra FVed Andrus were visit
ing at the C. M. Andmn homo last Sat-urdtiy.
Mrs. J. T. Oollistcr went to Tlncoln lnt
taking ticatiiiint for ratiwr, which ho
thinks Is cured
Miss Ora Miller was In I'nlon visiting
Mrs. tlrover (lohack Is having an at
taek of ai'ix ndlcltls.
J. 1. 1-otiK n-titrneit FYlday from a busi
ness trip to Norfolk.
Mr. and Mrs. John tvmlnn of Weeping
Water wore III town Tuesday.
Colonel Sturm bits gi ne to Texas to
look after his large land int rests.
Mrs Oeorg C. Sheldon entertained Mr.
and Mrs. Wolph at dinner Tuesday.
Mrs. Omor Scllchteniler en loved tho hoe
pitalltC of Mrs. Klrkptitrlck Tuesday .
Miss Ivv M. TVilll :f Onialin wis a
guest of Mrs. Keltner ox er nlKl't Tuesday.
Miss Ulailvs) West's voice having almost
fnllcd h'r. she was oblltred to give up her
school work at Hrownell Mall temporsrily.
S. H. Young has Just returned from
Oklahoma, where lie as called bv the
dangerous lllmss of bis brother, (WorM.
whom he left on tho road to reoowry.
Mr. and Mrs. Ooehrv and daughter,
Kathrlne, of M unlock were in attendance
at the funeral of Mrs. Horher Tuesday,
Mrs. Oarber being a Msti r of Mrs. Coehry.
Rerf baling, who has been visiting his
parents here a few weeks, departed last
Saturday for Tracy, Oil.
O. A. Hatea and W. H. Kleck attended
the Jobbers' convention at Omaha this
Iiura Stacy, Alice Hogarth ami I'.mer
ald Keyes were the successful candldntea
In the oratorical contest given at the
high school Wednesday night. They will
represent Springfield In the contest at
l'npllllon In the contest for the gold medal
offered by the county superintendent.
The traffic over the liuls-11e htidgq
has been resumed. Tho Ice damaged a
purl of the bridge, but It has leen repaired.
ti.m.,i..- A hn. .ia.,.,htA. vnu .miss i ia noon ano narvey . on lernan
Thursday to vert her daughter Nellie who ,.. n,.-., t i, rui,i.,n t m, rA
I Mrs. c. S. Klrkpatrlck last Sunday,
at i . . . , . . , . . m - . ,
looked In on the lawmskers at llncoJn
a Woman s Clirlstlui Temi-erame union
at tli-t place.
Mis. laao Nnyr. and criscllla ar
livel 'ednes,lsv from Pundte. for s
isit with Mr. and Mrs. A. Oardenrr
Mrs lvls went to Heiison last week
to get aciiaintcd with her new mutvl-
oti. at the home of Mr. and Mrs Au
m mo iiwtiini 11 i i in' i"'nni
of I'Mueatlnn M.md iv night, the follow
ing ti.'icbers were re-elictcd Sierln
terKle:it. Frank I Adams; Irene l.rown.
Waiuu-ia "ook and Hilda llirson, high
lU'hntll lfNi-hrr' l.Kwi Ornhn
Haines, grade teachers, I'esii llnmia.
The regular monthly meeting of the
"Husy Upcr," as hi 1.1 la the Puberty
ball on Weliiedny nitirnoon This be
ing the annual nieejlnt the tollownig
officers were elected lor Up i omitlK
ear: Mrs. Margery kopii. i!. id. ut ;
Mr May I'reslia vtc, presblent : Mrs
Wallstroem. se r,-tar , end Mr. May
Friday was I'atr.in's day at the Valley
schools. In each room wore exli.blts of
the regular work of the pupil". Superin
tendent W. A. Yodel, Mrs. Mons Johnson
and Kov. S. IS. Carlson, gave addresses
In the assembly room. Miss lanna Hrvwn
and the pupils of the lifth and Sixth
grades, furnished the mrsicnl put of the
program. A dainty lunch serxod bv
the domestic science class, dosed the
most successful patron's day ever given
by the Valley schools
BEHIND HACKETT'S BOOM
The Fontenflle Improvement ciub yes
terday eevnlng, at a meeting held at
Korty-flfth and Bedford avenue, decided
to call a mass meeting; for Wednesday
evening. March 25, to be held hi the
auditorium of the School for the Deaf.
All improvers and candidates will be In
vited. The Fontenelle club adopted a resolu
tion indorsing the candidacy of Harry
J. Hackett for the city commission. The
resolution states that Mr. Hackett
proved his worth while a member of the
recent charter board, and also takos note
of the fact that he gave to he city
valuabe property In connection with the
development of the Fontenelle bou'evard.
The hearty support of the club was
Vledged to Mrv Hackett.
FIVE DOGS DAILY TOLL
OF ACCIDENTS IN OMAHA
Humane Officer Hans Nielsen reports
that an average of five dead dogs are
picked up throughout the city each day
of the year. Last year the total was over
Many of these canines are killed by
street cars and automobiles.
Between 700 and 800 dead horses are
gathered by the dead animal man during
the course of a year.
Officer Nielsen notes a decided improve
ment this season In the matter of treat
ing work horses in a humane manner. He
has seen many instances of four horse a
being used to draw loads.
POLICE SWOOP DOWN ON
TWO BUSY POKER GAMES
Hoy Black, colored 2111 Clark street, ar
rested by Detectives Murphy and Rooney
for conducting a poker game, waa fined
l and costs in police court and four In
mates drew "j and costs each.
J. P. Savage, 209 South Twelfth street,
who. with nine Inmates, wes arrested for
a like offense, was discharged, as were
FORMER RESIDENT OF
OMAHA DIES IN LNICOLN
Mrs. J. A. Peterson, a resident of
I Omaha for some twenty-five years, died
In Unooln Thursday night at the norm,
of her son, Frank Peterson. Mrs. Peter
son came to Omaha In 181 and lived here
a quarter of a century before going to
Lincoln to reside with her son. The
funeral will be held Sunday afternoon,
with Interment in Lincoln.
Is in a honpltal.
Mr. and Mi. J. W. Amlek were
Louisville Monday attending the, funeral
of Mrs. T. C Amlck.
Miss Rortba Jameson has gojn to Lin
coln for an extended visit with her aunt,
Mrs. T. H. Cromwell.
Miss Elsa Granger of Lincoln has been
substituting as instructor in the high
school for Miss Olra tJereke, who lias
The city council at the spring election
on April 6 will submit the qaestlon of a
permanent 8 mill levy for fhe mtpport of
a Carnegie library.
The members ef the Bo worth lesgne car
ried out a farewell surprise prty for Miss
Mary Jonet who leaves soon with her
parents for western Net (ska.
A deal for the S. F. Glrardnt home near
th city park has been made In whloh
P. C. Colglter trades In his cottage and
grounds a block south of tne college
Leonard Boty has returned from a
liosp.tal at Omaha where he was taking;
treatment as a preventive for hvdro
phohla. He ws bitten by a pet wolf a
few weeks ago.
The W. K. Webb family are moving from
their home on the boulevard intr. n,
The Presbyterian Ladles' Aid society
hsd an all-dav "sewinir" nt th h
VT. C. A. Mitchell. Wednesday.
Monday eveninir the vIIIhhb unnnir rum
ple enjoyed a sleigh ride, followed by an
oyster supper at the Presbyterian parsonage.
The town caucus will meet WndnMitm
evening to select nominees to fill the four
vacant places on the town board at the
The majority of the town people and a
great many from the surrounding coun
try attended the academy play Tuesday
night at McDermott's auditorium.
Charles Patrick, who for six years has
had charge of the Omaha Sout he.rn 1 n
torurban Railway company's station here,
iu move io one or nis piaoes be
fore the end of the month.
The new Bellevue barber and shoe re
pair shop, owned by Adore & Negro, was
damaged by fire Thursday morning at
about 1 o"clock. The barber futures an1
chair were destroyed. The Insurance nt
$S0O more than covers the damage, which
Is estimated at about 1100.. A strong
smell of gasoline about the place leads to
the opinion thatUie fire waa of incen
Mrs. George Ingworsen Is very low with
Martha Goebry of Lincoln was in town
G. T. Swltier was In Nebraska Cltv
B. M. Pollard was in Lincoln on busi
Charley Snyder was in Union on busi
D. D. Braun of Manley was on our
J. M. Stoner waa a Urrcoln business
Samuel Humphrey has uet returned
from Savannah, Mo., where he has been
Hev. Mr. Carman of Mtnden wfll com
mence revival services at the Methodist
church next Tuesday.
basket and box social given bv tha
high school Wednesday evening netted 140.
Mr and Mrs. FJmer Blunt loft laat
Wednesday for Wyoming, where they
have taken a homestead.
Mrs. Kdgar Parke, who was known kj
this neighborhood as Miss Harriet Pre.s
ton, died at her late home at White Clay,
Neb., on February 27.
The school board elected the following
teachers for next year: K. C. Simmons,
superintendent; Mabel Britdey, Miss f1eV
W'anda Ilesack, Eula Bates and llae
Mrs. John Fedde Is seriously 111.
A baby was born this week to Mr.
Mrs. Kmll Sachs.
MIm Anna Hansen of Omaha visited
Sunday at the J. A. Otbbona homo.
Mr. and Mrs. Joachim Bull have re
covered from their attack of grippe.
H. A Nolle came In from Bridgeport,
Neb., Saturday for a short stay here,
Mrs. Kithel Hyars is here visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Morrlston.
Mrs. C. Ilcsse and daughter. Miss
Normu. were Omaha visitors Wednesday,
- Mrs. J. A. Gibbon spent several days
this week at Benson, where her grand
mother is quite 111.
Henry Schmidt mturned to Saskatche
wan. Canada, Friday after a three
months' stay here.
T. A. Hollister and wife of Omaha at
tended the wedding of the former's
brother, Eugene, on Wednesday.
Mrs. Amy Calvert wnt to Oolumbus,
Neb., Saturday to visit her son. Jairtes,
and family. She returned Thursday.
Miss Angellnc and Miss Anastasla Mc
Ardle wenl to Omaha Sunday to visit
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mo
Ardle. Mrs. E. O'Brien of Canyon City. Oolo..
and sister-in-law, Mrs. Young of Osceola,
were visiting .at the William Morrison
Eugene Hollister and Miss Goonne
Pecker were married Wednesday at
Waterloo. They will make their home on
the Hollteter farm west of Klkhorn. The
bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.
All of the Valley teachers attended the
teachers' meeting In Omaha on Saturday.
Miss Wauneta Cook spent .Saturday
night and Sunday at her home In Lin
coln. The regular meeting of the Mothers'
cluh was held Thursday afternoon with
Mrs. Frank Kennedy.
Hev. EL E. Zimmnrman and bahv,
Klltha, of Belden. are the guests of htr.
and Mrs. H. Heimbach.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B, Hubbard, Ruth.
Mrs. vvintmore. m-anris and rcuith IAI
liefors, spent Saturday In Omaha.
The Woman's Christian Twmnerane
union women of Valley will go to Papll
llon on Friday to assist In organising
Doa't Have sprtac Coach.
Take Ir. King's New Discovery and
you won't catch cold. It kills the cold
germs.' keeps you well. 50c All drug
CAUGHT TRYING TO BREAK
INTO DOWN TOWN SALOON
Philip Mitchell. 1463 South Twenty-sixth
street, and D. DeDezia of SL Paul, were
arrested Thursday night by Detectives
I'unn and Kennelly, who testified In po
lice court that they found the two men
trying to break Into the Big Four sa
loon. The offenders were sentenced to
thirty days In the county Jail.
Wkr Hr Feel 11 red.
"Spring fever" usually la the result of
sluggish bowels and torpid liver. After
months Indoors, you are not likely to
feel vigorous and aprtghtly. Foley Ca
thartic Tablets are f porth their weight
in gold" for that ovei-full feeling, bilious
ness, gas on the stomach, bad breath.
Indigestion or constipation. Their action
Is quick, comfortable and complete-
without nausea or griping. Stout people
say they are a blessing. Sold every
I i Afarxi) Bros. Sj-.Lowsi f Ml
In Spaghetti There
Is Great Strength
ONE of the chief articles of food in South
ern Europe is spaghetti. We have it on
the authority of Dr. Hutchison, the world
famous dietitian, that the energy value of
spaghetti or its allied products, as compared
with meat, is in the ratio of 100 to 60.
is a strengthening, economical, easily digestible
food. Good for the toiler, the office man. tho
growing child good for everybody. Prepared
from hard Durum wheatthe cereal that is
rich In gluten the muscle and tissue builder.
Write for free recipe book and find out the many
savory dishes that can be made of Faust Spaghetti.
MAULL BROS.. St. Louis. U. S. A.
J. K. Peckbam of Chappell was her
Miss Malic flothmann of ChlcaRO. Is
visiting Avoca Irlends.
l J. Marquardt and wife spent eewral
days this week at Omalia.
fUmnn Rehtnler and wife have returned
from a visit at Clnrlon. la.
Mrs. Otto Hrooks and son were over
Sunday visitors at Lincoln.
Mrs. J. II Nchmldt was an Omaha
visitor the first of the weok.
MT. I. Knioots and wife were Ornnha
visitors Monday and Tuesday.
Nicholas Kohl left this week for Camp
bell. Mo., for a tew davs' visit.
Mr. and Mrs. famucl Johnson sre
ependlna- the week at Lexltmton.
Setli Meyers and family left this ook
for tcuell county, where they will reside.
Ttenry Wohlers, who was seriously In
jured here lal Friday. Is somewhat Im
.1 C Osbnrn. wife nnd S'in of Itemlng
ford are vlltuiK relators near here.
Mrs Charlos Woodson anil son of Conn
col Itluffa were here this week visiting
Miss Hudy Nuttman left for Hurt
Wcdnesdiiv. a brie she will leach School.
Mis ' McKltrlck and Miss O.phs Mc
Kltrtek of Ouuiba were S'lets Pf Mrs.
K S Nickerson Sunday.
Mrs II. K Harrison and two sons.
Itobert :ind Harvey, ivereKUests of the
.1 H Wilson family Saturday and Sun
I.ouls l.esleur. who has been 111 for tbe
taut month. Is not Improvlns as rapidly
us bad been Imped and Is still confined
to his boil.
The mint y oi itorlcal contest will be
held here March The high schools of
SpitnKf li'ld. IVIIovne and I'ai'llllon 'will
Miss Flsle Inirkop and Krnnk Leaders
were innrrtcd NNMlni'sdsy eventna at the
home of the brides parents. Mr nnd
Mrs John Hurkoo. Mr. and Mr, leaders
will make their home on the lenders farm
Mouth of town.
The oratorical concert of the laillllnn
HikIi school was held I'rlday evening.
Italph Nickerson won first place, anrt
will rrtsent l'apllllon at the district
contest, to be held at Fremont in a short
Mr. Kekman left Monday for a trip
to New Orleans.
Mrs (His SundrtM was and Omaha vis
itor un Wednesday.
Ilnivey Knight and Itrls Vestal are on
the sick list this week.
.Tnhn Hendrickson is In the hospital
nsaln, taking treatment for his eyes.
Mrs. John Hendrickson and Mrs. ftosy
Msgee were Omaha visitors Monday.
Misses KJsle and Matta Brewster vis
tied relatives in South 1maha on Mon
day. Mrs Joe MoOnlre of Tteneon spent the
week with her dauKhter, Mrs. John
Walter Sun, lull returned Momity from
Kawllns, Wyo., for a five weeks' visit
with his tiarenta,
(liarles Pain. Archie Hsssrd and
Misses Annie Jacobsen and Minnie Win,
were Omnha visitors nn Wednesday.
I'avo ojiro nt litino. Diuo whore the sur
ronndinpn add a charm found nowhere else in
town. Kvtuy Sunday night a Dinner de Lose
nt ono-fifty tho person onnblo. you, at mod
erate rxponso, to lonrn tho culinary delights
of tho now hotol. Thoro is no oxrionao in tho
I'njoyinont of a music progrnm of rare excel
lence from six to nine. This now hotel, with
its Dining lvooins, in a realization of a neces
sity in a modern, progressive city. Moder
ate prices make it a convenience to you and
not a luxury the luxury is all in your sur
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If yoii have a ' Sunshiny Room," let people know about i
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