Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 21, 1915, Page 7, Image 7
THE HEE: "OMAHA, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 191.".. BRIEF CITY NEWS Jrttn.y Watobas at Xflholm's. eve oot Prist IV Now Beacon Preaa Bleotrte I"aa Burg-ess-arandtn Co, "Today Complete KotU rrocrem' classified portion today, and appaara In The Baa EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what the various moving- picture theaters offer. aff XMsoontlane Meeting Trie Omaha Suffrage association at Ita meet ing Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Oonre CovelL decided to discontinue meetings during the aummer. A plrmio meeting lit June will close the year! work. Waata Work for Seaf and Bomb X4 Handicapped by the infirmity of being deaf and dumb, a husky youth, living at the Salvation Army Industrial hotel, la unable to get a Job. Captain H. H. Xllne of the army recommends him at an excellent worker and is trying to find ivory, for htm to do. To Protaot Boulevard City Com missioner Hummel haa offered an amended ordinance to provide for the protection of the boulevarda In caaea where excavation arc made, the neces sity being to Insure that these cuts ar properly tamped In and the surface pro trcted by those making the cuts. Mora Scarlet Paver Four more caaea of scarlet fever have been discovered by the health officials in the Pacific school district. A few days ago five children of the sama family were attending this school with evidences of convalescing : from this disease. There are now thirty five cares of scarlet fever at the City 'Kmergeney hospital. Pined as Mashers On charges of being "mashers" and and addressing en dearing - terms to respectable women J 'whom they did not know, but passed near 'seventeenth and Chicago streets, W. H. llti'hle and Tien Thompson were arrested hy Police Serjeant Dillon and Officer Hrlnkman. The men were fined 3 and costs each by Pollco Judge Brltt. Collegiate Allunmae Meeting The Aofational guidance committee of the , Association of Colliiglate Alumnae, headed by Miss Klizabeth Bienlzer, will ' hold Its first meeting Friday afternoon at 8:30 o'clock at the Young Women's Christian association. An educational campaign, prior to the establishment of a bureau for vocational guidance, will be d!scu8Cd. EvangellaUo lcsetingi Dr. J. noug hts llorben, the New Kngland evangelist, who Is now pastor of the Mount Zlon Uaptlxt church at Sioux City, in con ducting a scries of evangelistic meetings at the Grove Methodist church. Twenty second and Seward rtrceta, where he is mooting with marked success. Dr. Her hen is known as the "Black Billy bun idny." Twenty have already been con verted. Kerweglaa Lutherans to Xxpo The largest party of exposition tourist to go west aim stop over in Omaha will arrive at 8:30 o'clock next Wednesday morning over the Great Western. The party is Vmado UP of 209 Norwegian Evangelical Lutherans who are traveling on a special 'train and are en route to Kan Francisco. The party will remain In Omaha until 1 o'clock in the afternoon, taking lunch here and going out over the Union Pa- CONSOLIDATION TO BE PUSHED ANYWAY 1 - " t Gould Sieti of Greater Omaha Com mittee Says the Injunction Suit Was Expected. PEOPLE WANT ANNEXATION DISTRICT SECRETARY OF BAP TIST TTC?Tn'T trr errPTY. ) School Kiddies Are . 'Taught to Be Kind ; to Dumb Animals Boys and girls were taught today In the city achoola that they should be kind te the dumb animals. Masterpieces like "The Dog of Flan ders," "Black Beauty," "Beautiful Joe" and John Mulr's "wtlckeen" were read. It was "Humane day," so designated by Superintendent Graff in response to a request from State Chairman H. S. Mann of the national committee of the American Humane association. I This Is "Kindness to Animals Week" throughout the country. Mr. Mann ha written to the ministers of Omaha re questing them te make reference to the subject next 'Sunday, or even to preach their sermons on the subject. Names of the ministers who do tills we to be. men tioned in a publication now being pre pared by the association The Greater Omaha committee 1 not going ty quit because of the suit filed Wednesday to hold off the elec tion June l on the consolidation of Omaha, South Omaha and Dundee. Speakers have been named to start the campaign Saturday night and every effort will be made to get out a large vote. "You may say for the Greater Omaha committee of Omaha. Dundee and South Omaha that this injunction trick will have no effect whatever on thi oommlt tee'a plans for getting out the full ote for consolidation Tuesday, Juno 1, ;iald Gould Diets, chairman of this committee. "This Injunction play haa been antici pated all along. It surprises no one. It is Just a part of the petty personal oppo sition to be found In a few well known quarters. Marphy and fteltty Sponsors. "Henry Murphy and W. L Belby are the Injunction sponsors. . It is only fair for the voters of the three municipalities to know something of the motived ae uating these gentlemen. And our com mutes will try from day to day to ex plain them. "Both gentlemen act from purely self ish motives. Mr. Kelby states in his pe tition that he Is concerned as a taxpayer of Dundeei and Mr. Murphy professes to represent the taxpayers of South Omaha. Mr. Selby is the legal representative of certain Interests in South Omaha that are opposed to annexation and he is act ing antlrely as their agent In this mat ter. Mr. Belby'a career touching matters of assessment and taxation In South Omaha haa been an active and notable one, and It is easy to understand, there fore, hi activity now. Marpha- an Office Holder. "So far as Mr. Murphy la concerned, he Is simply an officeholder fighting for his Job on the one hand and a lawyer trying to serve his private clients on the other. .Ho is city attorney of South Omaha, as well as attorney for certain street paving contractors who are opposed to annexation. Mr. Murphy does not rep resent South Omaha In this fight at all, as any one can find for himself by talk ing with South Omaha people. "As the campaign progresses it may be interesting to review the active part Mr. Selby has taken In South Omaha politics, especially in city 'council affairs in years gone by. This may serve to explain the more clearly his attempt in trying to defeat (he will of the people on Tuesday. June X." ( .. . 4 V'-i f Vh.-" OREGON TRAIL MONUMENT TO BE UNVEILED MONDAY Building and Loan Men to Boost Omaha Savings and loan association men of Omaha propose to give a special boost to the "Stop Over in Omaha" movement ting summer. Tho annual meeting of the United Mates League of Local Building and lxan associations will be held la San Vranclwo the last week in July. The local committee has taken steps to Invite eastern delegates to select the Omaha route, stop over In the city, And enjoy tiio hospitality of the association men. I'ersonul letter and appropriate liter ature will be sent to prospective dele Kate, and the responses will determine the plans of the committee, which met at the Commercial club. Members of the committee are. Thomas J. Fitzn-orrls, George F. Ollmore, James J. Fitzgerald, John O. Brandt, Irving Q. Uarlght and L. I. Spalding. COUNCIL CONFIRMS THE PR0M0TI0NSBY WITHNELL The city council confirmed the follow ing promotions made by Superintendent Withnell of the fire department: Martin J. I'lneen, first assistant chief, tilOo a year; Oconee A. Crager and John Coyle. senior captains, to second assistant chief at SI.) each a year: Fred Vaverka and tieorge V. Cuslck, Junior captains, to senior captains at Ills each month; Michael Quinlan and Jonas H. Frauds, firemen, to Junior captains at H0O each a moi.th. ' Commissioners Are Whipped When Bine Opens Big Law Book City Commissioners Hummel and .With aell impinged themselves against the en tire legal department of the city, but their line was thrown back and they were routed in disorder. At a meeting of the council theso commissioner contended that an expense of 1275 for a sidewalk at the engine house at Nineteenth and Har uey street should be taken out of the intersection fund. Backed by the corporation counsel, city solicitor and assistant city attorney lty Attorney Rlne opened a large la book and read therefrom words which caused the militant commissioner to hoist a white flag. ' The money will be taken out of h miscellaneous fund and the walk will be Uld. , Monday the officers of the Nebraska State Historical society and the Daugh ters of the American Revolution, at a point three miles north of Hebron, Thayer county, will unveil and dedicate a monu ment. The location of tho monument Is on the Oregon trail. It is expected that a special train will be run from Lincoln to Hebron, over the Burlington. Quiet Thief Again Robs Sleeping Girls Polloe have decided that an expert Bur glar Is making a apeclsJty of quiet'? vis iting house In the residence district where young women room and of robbing them while they sleep. Two young wo men lost valuable that way Tuesday night, and three more had the same ex perience Wednesday. None knew of the burglar' visit until they awoke In the morning and found their rooms ransacked. Miss Esther Rouse and Miss Fay Lowe, rooming at 2037 Dodge street, discovered vhen they woke up that a burglar had raised a screen, opened a window, noise lessly closed the door between their bed room and sitting room and had carried away SU worth of Jewelry and 12 In money. When Mrs. Joale Jolls. landlady of the house, awoke she found that the bur glar had reached right over hor head and had stolen a purse that hung on the bedpost in the corner. HAVE YOU A CHILD? Msny long for children, but because of Some curable physical derangement are deprived of this greatest of all happiness. The women whose nam follow were restored to normal health by Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegeta ble Compound. Write and ask them about it. "I took yoor Com pound and have a fine, strong baby. " Mrs. John Mitchell, Mas- sena, N. Y. "Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound Is a wonderful medicine for expectant mothers. " Mrs. A. M. Myers, Gor- donville, Mo.' ' I highly recommend Lydia E. Pinkham'a Veg etable Compound before child-birth, it has done so much for me." Mrs. E. M. Doerr, R. E. 1, Con shohocken. Pa. , "I took Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Com pound to build up my system and have tha dearest baby girl in the- world." Mrs. Moss Blakeley, Coal port, Pa.' "I praise the Com pound whenever I have a chance. It did so much for me before my little girl was born." Mrs. E. W. Sanders, Rowles burg, W. Va. "I took your Com pound before baby was born and feel I owe my life to it." Mrs. Winnie Tiixis, Winter Haven, Florida. rlrjmil'tcMI HfsAflTl'jfrt ill!; "WV.'-!''!! 'Vf n. v; .: MrjwBlstali RESII10L MAKES HOSPITAL IS SUED FOR ALLEGED ROUGH TREATMENT Stephen A. Scott, who allege that while in Kounlse Park hospital he re ceived rough treatment at the bands of nurses there, has brought suit in dis trict court for $15,0K daimges against John O. Nystrom, proprietor, and Jose phine E. Nystrom and Edith Hansen, nurses. Fcott's petition alleges that his head " was bumped against a wall and that hla head was placed under a stream of cold water. Diarrhoea dalrkly C'lireal. "About two eara ago I had a severe sita-'k t,f diarrhoea whloh lasted for ever a week." writes W. ('. Jones. Buford, N. 1 . '-1 b ima so wek that I could not stan, ui'rifcht. A drugslit recommended 'hmler!nin's Oollo and Diarrhoea Rem e.ly. The l st doae relieved me and v khln to days I as a well as ever." d'uitiinaMe evciya here". Advertisement. Water Board Man is Given a Stiff Fine Iloaie Fellman. U-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fellman, 1315 Dav enport street, proved to be a star witness in police court against J. Ooldberger, who is a meter Inspector for the water board. He was fined 2Vnd costs after a trial on the charge of impersonating an officer and threatening the little girl's mother. 'Ho told mamma ha was an officer and he showed a badge and said he would have her arrested." Rosie testified. The badge referred to was Ooldberger' s meter inspection button, which he was alleged to have used as an officer's star, while representing a fellow countryman over a matter of i room rent. Goldberger said he would appeal. ECZEMA VANISH top Itching ut Burning Instantly. There la immediate relief for skin Itching, ' burning and dlsflguered by ez sema, ringworm or similar tormenting skin trouble. In a warm bath with Reel hoi Soap and a simple application of Raa Inol Ointment. The soothing, healing med- jication sinks right Into the skin, stops Itching instantly, and soon clears away all traco of eruption, even in severe and stubborn cases where other treatments havo had no effect. After that, the reg ular use of Reslnol Soap la usually enough to keep the skin clear and healthy. Tou need never hesitate to use Reslnol. It is a doctor's prescription, that has been used by other physicians for years In the treatment of all sorts of skin af fections. It contains sbsolutely nothing that could injure the tenderest skin. Every druggist sells Reslnol Ointment and Reslnol Soap. Advertisement. MISS PHILLIPPI HEAD OF STORY TELLERS' LEAGUE Miss Mary Phllllppl was elected leader of the story tellers' section of the As sociation of Collegiate Alumnae, to suc ceed Mrs. M. W. Diraery. The meeting was held Wednesday at the home of the Misses Blanche and Olive Ooffman. This section will continue te arrange story hours for children at the Social Settlement each week during the summer as it ha done during the winter. Throat a Laif Traables. Quickly helped by It. King's New Discovery. In use over forty years. tCvery home should keep a bottle for emergefiries. All drucglats. Advertisement MADE to ORDER $25, $30, $3 5 and op WCmein to maintain our reputation aa skillful and leading tailora at all times be the price of your garments $25 or $50. If $25 or $30 is about what you want to invest in a suit you'll get full measure vof value for that amount at Nicoll's NICOLIy The Tailor ."W Jex'rems' Sons . SOU-211 Ho. 15th St. Store Hours 8:30 A. M. to 0 P. M. Saturday Till 9 P. Mi urgess-Nash Company ""everybody's store Thurm), May 'JO, 11)15. HTOHK NKWH lOK nilPAY. "i'honet J), ittl Sample Line and Surplus Stock of NOVELTY JEWELRY From a Manufacturing Jeweler Including Articles Intended to Retail at $1.50 to $12.50 in a Sale Friday at $1.00 IT'S a sale you will not want to miss, for tho biggest Jewelry values we've ever offered are included snd thai Is saying a N great deal. too. The stock is too diversified tor description; su(flc to any, that you'll find about everything in the line ot novelty Jewelry included. , Lavallieres, neck chainsA Choice cuff links, mesh bags, ivory bracelets, solid gold rings, a- aa I novelties, pretty hair ornv . . .. .(bTjI I If I ments, tie clasps, scarf pins, hat pins, vanity cases, P J J faalm , ba? pins, locket brooches, watch fobs, coatl . . 4 chains, rhinestone set iew- fiM KAi9n elfy. etc. etc. chains, ear rings, lockets, Bnrgess-Xaah Co. stain rioor. nrgeis-iras. O 3. Mala Floor. Remnants jof $1.00 Up to $1.50 FANCY SILKS Friday at 69c Yard SHOUT lengths of the moet favored weaves 1 V4 yards to 7 yards, Mack and nil tho new shades sro represented, including: SO-inrh chiffon tnffctax, S4l-lwlt blsrlt mtviRnlinrw, 8tt-lnrh natural pongee. UU-tnrh Mack chiffon taffetas, 42-Inch silk poplins, plnln, U'-S-inch atripo tub silks, 40-Inch crH lei rhines, U4-lnch flRured foulard silks, 3Mnch black Mau de hole, :i(Mnch Mtri( messalines Burgsss-Hasb Co. Main rioor. Remnants of WASH GOODS That Were 25c to 50c Friday at 19c Yd. THE lengths range from m to 8 yards, and the collection includes) nearly every favored weave for this season embroidered lace, cloths, fancy voiles, plain ratines, mixed ratines, flsxons, tissues, ginghams, plain crepes,. Dresden silks, chtffon llsse, etc. The most desirable patterns and colorings are included in this assortment wash goods that were 26o and up to BOr, at 10c a yard aurgsss-Xash Co. Main rioor. BmnteNaah . BASEMEMf SALESROOM NOTION Values Wooden coat hangers, 3 for 5c 200-yd. machine thread, spool, '2c 500-yard basting cotton,' spool, 3c 100-yard spool silk, all colors, BPOOl 4c Safety pins, 3 cards for ... .5c Common p i a a , 400 count, papet lor 2c Darning cotton, 4 spools 5c Hooks and eyes, card lo Fancy trimming buttons, all col ors, doien . . ,5c 6 bolts of linen tape for i ... .He Ladles' and chil dren's hose sup porters, all col ors, pair ...lOo Twist, all colors, spool lo Hair pins, psper for lc Thimbles ....lc Largs bottle ma chine oil ... ,5o Corset steels, each lc Shopping bags, each lOo Finishing braid, white and col ors, bolt . . . .5o Bnrg-ess-Weah Co. Basement. Final Clearaway of Women's Pumps, Oxfords and Boots, Were $3 to $5, in Basement Friday, $1.45 Pr. HERE are. Indeed, the season's most remarkable values in women's foot wear, several hundred pairs that have been taken from our regular lines on the second floor, at 3.00, $3.60, $4.00 and $5.00. and offered to you for quick clearaway Friday at 91.45 the pair. The offering Includes: Tan Russia pninpg and oxfords, were $3.50 to $5. . . . "White nubuck pmnps and oxfords, were $3.50 to $5 . . White canvas oxfords, pumps & hoots, were $3 to $5 Black RnsBia calf oxforda & pumps, were $3.50 to $5J CHOICE M.4S a Pair WOMEN'S SMALL SIZE PUMPS AND OXFORDS, WERE $2X0 TO $3.00 PER PAIR, FRIDAY, AT 35c If you can wear else 2M, 3, 3H or 4 you will find here the greatest footwear bargains you've ever shared in. Pnmps and oifords in all tho best leathers, odd pairs of regular $2.00, $2.60 and $3.00 lines at, pair, 35c. Ankle Ties and Mary Jane Pumps, $1.35 to $1.75 New lines and all are splendid values. Bargsss-aTash Co Saaenent. I This $12.50 FIBRE ROCKER Friday, on the Third Floor, $6.95 CAPE MAY Lazy -Back Arm Rocker, with uphol stered seat and back; tho sent is reinforced with Bteol, has extra heavy rockers gh back; eells regularly 50; ono day only, $6.95. $4.50 Porch Swing For $2.25 Four-foot wood porch swing, with sixteen slats in back, bolted construc tion, complete, heavy chains for hanging. $4.50) Wood Rocker For $3.25 Heavy wood rocker, bolt ed construction, mission finish, very durable and attractive, regularly $4.50; Friday, at 3.23. rwmxDmWi amlhi Barrtas-XTash Co. TWrd lloos Sale ot SEWING MACHINES, List Prices $35.00 to $40.00 at $23.75 AIv opportunity such as this doesn't come your way very often. A lim ited number of hiih-grade Sewing Ma chines, including such makes as: ' WHITE PARAGON NEW HOME SINGER STANDARD These are new machines, sample machines and slightly used machines. They are all drophead styles, all in perfect condition and are complete with all attachments every one guaranteed for ten years. Terms $2.00 Down and $1.00 a Week. Free Iieesons. .Vo Mail or Phone Orders Barfess-B'asfc Sswlnr acaehlae action Third floor. ft Short Lengths of WASH GOODS Worth Wholesale 17jk, Friday 7c FANCY plaid part silk crepes silk and cotton wash fabrics, fancy woven crepes, plain and printed poplins, all high cost wash fabrics. They are odd bolts and small lots of waist and dress lengths; the wholesale price would be up to 17 Vic yard; Friday, at 7ac yard. - ' 15c Fancy MuUs, Friday at 7c The new fancy figures, striped, dotted, spray and floral mer cerized mulls, checked dimities and batistes are in great demand. The color assortments are very large, waist and dress lengths, lfto values, 7 Ho yard. 25e Itoceptlon Voiles, Printed Flaxons, 12Je -In all the different size black and white stripes, also fancy figures, rosebud and floral designs, at 12Vo ye.rd. 15c Fancy Curtain Hrrim at Be Thousands of yards fancy figured curtain scrim, the regular 15c kind, 36 inches wide; on sale at 5c the yard. Neat Cheeks and Striped Zephyrs, Oc In pretty combinations, 3 to 10-yard lengths, desirable for making boys' waists, suits, ladles' and children's dresses, a new lot that has Just been unpacked, at Uc yard. Remnants) of Wash. Goods at 8 Ho Remnants ot voiles and fancy printed lawns will be sold at 8 He. SlilrtlngSt Apron Prints, Ktc, at 4 H o Fancy printed lljht shirting and apron prints, fast colors, standard goods; sale price, 4 He yard. Borress-aTash Ce.-aaa.ment HOUSEHOLD NEEDS at Reduced Prices For Friday Heavy tin wash boilers, 14-os. cop per bottom, No. 8, $1.75 values, 08c; No. 9. $1.95 values. .$1.25 Wooden towel rollers, lOo val ues lo Wooden hat and coat racks, 7 or 10 hooks, 10c values lo Androck's wire bread toasters. Oc One lot of tin pot covers, all sizes, choice 3c 10 snap mouse trap for....lOc Package of Golden Kod washing powder 15c Old Dutch cleanser, per can... 7c Heavy white metal tea spoons, 6 for '. ,Bo Wash boards, 4 0c value, at. . . 2i)o Good flour sifters, 10c val., at. 5c Barg.ss-Basli 8 and 10-quart galvanised iron water palls, spe cial, at l(k Galvanized lrot wash tubs: Size 0, at.2c Hlze 1, at.lJftc Size 2, at.4l)c Size 3, at. 50c 5- hole combina tion egg poacher, 75c value, at Kc 6- gallon gasoline 76c value, at Garden cultivators, special OOv B ss.m.nt. 10c cans, regular 400 $1.35 values, 75c iBurgess-Nash Co. Everybody's Store 16th and Harney, Hotel Lenox LUXURY ECONOMY M ?Sil i i rrmmrn BOYL8TON and EXETER STREETS BOSTON One block from Copley Sq. and Public Library. Convenient to Shopping and Theatre District. All Outside Rooms. Excellent Cuisine. Single Rooms $2, with Bath J.SO and o. Double " ' 2.30, " " $ 1.50 " ' (Good Garages minutes' walk) L. C. PRIOR. fcUNAeia Two minutes from Back Bay Station' Ten minutes from North Station iil : IHJ- GBOTTB BROS. CO. ttea.ral Dlstrlbat.rs Oaaaka, Mek Alake Teething Easy for Babj USE Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup A SPLENDID REGULATOR PURELY VEGETABLE-HOT NARCOTIC w If BUSY BEE BOYS It's lots of fun to play Daddy long-legs and walk with stilts. Wo will five TEN PAIRS FREE to the ten boys that bring us the most pictures of the stilts before 4 P. M., Saturday, May 22d. This picture of the stilts will be in The Bee every day this week. Cut then all out and ask your friends to save the pictures in their paper for you too. Bee how many pictures you can get and! bring them to The Hee Office, Satur day; May 22d. The stilts will be given Free to the boys or girls that send us the most pictures be fore 4 P. M., Saturday, May 22d.