Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 26, 1915, Page 4, Image 4
DDTCH ARTISTS ARE IN HARD WAY No Inflow of American Art Fancieri This Year and They Cannot Sell Their Work.. ROSA ZENOCH, heroine of Austrian battlefields, en deared to her country through her deeds of heroism, and known as the Jeanne d'Arc of Austria. She was shot in the left leg while mercifully ministering to her country men by carrying water to troops. For her valor she was decorated by Emperor Joseph. SHOPS IN THE HAGUE CLOSED (Correspondence of the Aao late1 ITfin THE UAOI K. Nethei Hindu. Mi Id -The war ha hit the artle'a and art dealer of Holland ao a,rety truit fln pelntlnci are mlltnr low IM In theee !- of nfnn-l retren-hmnt. there te little (pare money for the pur chase of pl turca and the tinual inflow of tnurleta from the I nited stater Kn land and Germany, whnee arrival every print wee the alitnal for the Dutch ait dealer to put up their prlrr, haa been checked by war. heveral ualera In The Haiti and Amsterdam have been forced to aeek a livelihood In other lines. One, of the leading dealer of The Hstcue has closed hla shop, while another hne ens Into the publication of llluatrated hooka, larxaly on auhjttta g-ermano to the war, for which thero is still a inurket To make matter worse, the lulh Itovemment has withdrawn Its annual fixed credit at the disposition of the state mueetima for the purchase nf works of art The poor artlata. therefor, have not rren the recourse to atate aid In thedr awed, which would be open In or dinary tlmee tr HofMede de Oroot. late director of, the print, room of the Koyal Museum at Amnterrtam. ind an art expert, well known la the lnlted States, regret thte Hep taken ly the (Netherlands ;oernmeiit. "Never in my memoiy.'' he told The Associated Preea, "have there been sucn eirtraardmary opportunities to recuie valuable painting at low prices aa now. Individual cannot aff.ml to do so, per haps; but the government can. An art book or a painting worth ourehaslng for one of the Royal Museums win prooauiy be bought sooner or later, anyhow. The I thing la that moat of them can be bought j for leaa money now than later." Tha aitUU. themeerees, hava under taken the relist of the mora needy nmong their fraternity. A numlier of these or ganisations have eahlbltlon and ealee rooms attached to their flub houses, and hava arranged to hare aalea exhibitions of paintings of the member, offered at a fixed maximum price, generally far helaw what tha exhibitors might nor mally expect to receive for thalr work. Tha Pulchrt studio, for example, has had twa suoh sales, the first with tha maximum price set at M. at which MM pictures were sold. The second hae Just been held: tha prices were fixed between l and HO. at which figures- HO paint ings war disposed of. The queen of the Netherlands bought twelve, tha prince consort eight and the queen mother also eight. All the purchaacra were Dutch. As the mtmberehlp of tbe Pulchrt studio consists of recognlied, established artists, tha Dutch found the occasion thus offerred too good to let slip. Tha artists' associations ars em ploying also their available relief funds to purchase tha pictures of artlsis hard pressed to dispose of their work. These will be held by the societies and sold at auction after the war, when It la hoped that times will be better. Anything received over tha price paid by tha ao i. ta n to tho artist, when the final sale la made. Tha fund employed en. these Durehaaaa is constantly Deinr Inrreaaed by the eala of paintings by aitlata of means, who can affora to ana do present their works to the societies to be Bold, the proceeds going ta the rs-i-f fund. Certain of the societies also um lotteries with pictures for prises. 10 per cent of the pnx efds going to the srtiet. 10 par oent to tha roller or wora i. h. industrial arts, and the re mainder to ths Royal National Relief .. the assistance of war sufferers. While tha artlsu are thua united to rare for thalr brother-erartemen. me dealers la picture are without reuec. One Hague dealer specialising In en- mnA acchlnaa. told The Associated Press that bad not sold an etching for eight months. Prices ara cut in v.. if v.ir M an avail. Thar la leaa aym ..- aaiara. howsrer. a It la felt that theirs la purely a commercial risk wi-v. H must stand, together with the many other businesses Injured by tha war. -.-y- - ;;. ,( pi 7, fytr: K'-'.-r. - - A M ' rK -4i i4 , - i i 1 : aawyi-.sS aT.VjVa 5 .. ,r r' TVwi-???v ' 1 7 ;."' f -. ' i- I7, f Vv r- v. yf:l7: .' ' ; rv,u: mvV''vJ NATIONAL AEROPLANE MEET Nebraska. Take Up Enterpriie Being- Booited by Tonr Hondrrd Papers. I TO iVlLUW int. t&LIItn tua.a 1 j Four hun'lre newspspe'i In the t'nlted Ptstea sre co-operating In the develop ment nf a plsn for a series of national aeroplane nmrtetltion to be held all over the I nlted Plates from July 4 to October 1?. The ero flub of America has made scmo clahorst" plans Tho competitions to .e rf the same pere plan as thnso of the Pomerw club 'f FTartre. It has heen suprscsted that the stunt stare of eviction has been unduly prolonged aid Ihe.t th time for competition alone; the lines f more practical efficiency la now lit hand. A lint of Nebraska people and nraenira tlon now cn-oneratlne; In the movement fn- this national competition Is riven below Harry l.wrle, prealdenl, Nebraska State Automobile association, Omaha: A P. Ovcruaard. aecretary, rremont: H. R. Mauser, president. Antelop County Auto mobile association, Nellrh: Iyle E. Jack son, secretary. Nelleh; Kd lAtta, presi dent. Burt County Automobile associa tion. Tekamah; I E. Poty, prealdent. Rutler County Automobile association, David City; Ouy T. Walling, secretary, David City; Fay Pollard, president, Cass County Automobile association, Nehawka; tVlllaid 'lspr. secretary, Rlmood; T. A. 'Wooils. cerretary. Dakota Oounty Auto moblln luh. Iiakota City; Roy J. Cuslck, presldept. Pode (vinty AutomoWle as aociiitlon. North' Rend; George F. masts. secretary, Fremont: Chaxlea Htuart, presi dent, Lincoln Automobile club. Ijlnooln; T. W. Dawson, secretary. Madison County Automobile asi clatl.in, Madison, J. W. Vieregt:. president, Merrick County Good Roails association, Central City; Joe A. .Hays, secretary. Central City; J. E Oeorue. president, Omaha Automobile club, Omaha; A. 8. Dalbey, president, Dage County Avtomobile association. Reatrlce; V. P. Andrews, secretary, Rea trlce: R. J. Harris, vice president, Greeley County Automobile association, Horace; 8. T. Orohoaky. secretary, Scotia; Ernll Wolbach. president. Hall County Motor club. Grand Island; V. T.. Kloseer, aeore tary, Grand Island; Harry Lawrle. sec retary,' Omaha Automobile club, Omaha; C. A. GaJloway, president, Phelpa county Automobile association, Hrldrege; If. E. Brlckson. secretary. Holdrege; T. A. Pennell. president. Red Willow County Automobile association, MlcCook; W. B. Mills, secretary, McCook; U B. Suhmldt, president. Kallne County Automobile as sociation, Friend ; Dr. N llllam J. Freude, secretary, Dorchester; W. O. Dickinson, president, He ward County Automobile as sociation, ewaid; Dr. H. J. Werbnan, see-retai-y. Mllford; Theodore Smith, preal dent, Tecumseh Automobile club, Tecum soh; Ray C. Moore, secretary, Tecumseh; Dr. C. C .Sliepsrd. president. Valley Oounty Automobllo association, Ord; O. B. Huff, secretary, Ord. Clarkson Nurses Graduate Tuesday r J,,,s. 'rs. fxiune says that If pcrs'ins who neel i man to beat csrprts. mow lawns and do other odd Jobs around the ouiil call her up she could readily hem with men. ' Graduating exercises for the (larVsnn bonpital training school frr nurses were ! held Tuesday evening at S o'clock at Trln- ' Itr cathedral. Rev. IJoyd I!. Holsapple 1 of St Ramabas, dellerd the address and Bishop A. 1 Williams prerented the ' diplomas to the Graduates A reception I at Jacobs hall followed the exercises The graduates are: .M Uses Klsle Sutler. Inei L.. f3ck Iih rt, Greta Paulson, Klale Newton. K. icllrlle Digrs. Misses Fmma Hanson. Florence Wston. G Iithene Ware, Ina Wilson. M Vkina Duke, May Flllott. MRS. D0A.NE HAS MEN WHO ARE SEEKING WORK Mrs O-orgo w. Doane of the Associ ated Charities, is badly In need of work for the many men who apply for odd JUDGES AND CLERKS WILL GET THEIR PAY ON JUNE 10 Judces and clerks who helped count the vote for city commissioners at the last election will have to wait until about June 10 for their money. The city was stow In retting Its share to the treieurer and now the school board sends over word that It cannot have Its proportion ready before June 7. ATHLETIC MEET AT KOUNTZE PARK THURSDAY MORNING Roys and rlrts of the fifth, sixth, sev. enth and eighth grades of I-ake and , tthmn irlinAl. m-111 Vi n 1 .1 t Vi o , nna,iv,nai1 I athletic meet In Kountre park at 30 Thursday morning. Pig Raising on the Bottoms Under Ban After keeping hogs for six years at tholr little shack at 14M North Tenth street, as practically the only means of feeding and clithlng a large family of grandchildren and children, Julius Isclo, (7 years old, and his widowed daughter. Mrs. Mary Rama, now fare .the neces sity of finding some other means of sup port, because of the enforcement of the new city ordinance against hog raising wltl.ln ccrtiln (arts of tho city. - Pollen Judge Foster gave them until July I to dispose of their stock. Ha did so because the pigs are now too young to be marketable or else are about to farrow. Health Officer Fiettner rounded up half a iloxen other residents of the river bot toms, but they were discharged upon promises to dispose of their hogs or upon guarantiee that inch had been done al ready. Oeorge t'rbarh, HM North s Eleventh street, secured a brief continuance of his case, when his lawyer, Harry Fisher, Indicated an intention Of perhaps making a fight to test the new ordinances He says ths law takes In territory near ths dump, where few people live and hog raising con do no harm. SMALL DOG REFUSES TO LET EMPLOYES GO TO WORK A small but nolay dog took possession of a flat roof on one of the buildings of the Haarmann vinegar and pickle works, 1PM South Twentieth street, Tuesday morning, and refused to let anybody croaa the roof to or from the factory. The roof Is used for drying clothes and as an ap proach to one of the workrooms. As often as any person came near the dog at tempted to bite him, ao a policeman was called to corral the animal and take It away. FLOWERS AND GOLDFISH NOW AT THE CITY HALL Miss Mena Stan, stenographer In ths city legal department, has started In the city hall ths Idea of cultivating window flower boxes. There Is also a globs of gold fish In her offlcs. "Julia" is Enroute Here With Cargo A cargo nf 21.M0 pounds of goods con signed to four Omaha concerns Is now aboard the "Julia," the barge of Captain W. B. Stevens, st Kansas City, ready to start for Omaha. This is the river barge that la eventually to ply between Omaba and Decatur. Tha boat comes from Glas gow, Mo., and is just picking up this freight at Kansas City by way of making soma extra money on its way to Omaha. Captain Stevens telephoned from Kan sas City to Commissioner Man ley of the Omaha Commercial club, announcing that ha has loaded all tho cargo for the Rich ardson Drug company, the Standard Chemical company, Sunderland Bros, and ths H. J. Hughes company. He an nounced that he would spend ths night In Kansas City, Kan., and would get out of Kansas City with tha barge Wednes day. It is expected that he will arrive In Omaha In about ten days, as he will try to pick up some more freight on tbe way. Pharmaceutics to See First Den Show " ai hundred delegates are ex t in Omaha June 1 to 10 Inclusive. for the roestlng- of the Nebraska Stats pharmaceutical association, ine Mettv has sent out many invita tions to delegates, and has prepared a neat badge which Is to s furnished those who attend. J. Ieydea White of wuhlMiMi r. C . representing ths Na tional Pharmaceutical association, is tu be one of the principal speakers. This crowd of delegates Is to enjoy tha distinction of seeing tho first show of the 1 season of Ak-Ber-Ben. at Barn son's den. It happens that June T la the opening night at the den and the phar maceutists are to be entertained and Initiated there the very first evening they get to town. To say hat riemaon. has prepared some real terrors for them Is putting It mildly. Billy Sunday Will Be Here Thursday BUly Sunday ts espeeied to eay "Hellu" and " Good Bye'' In Omaha Thursday of this week. He is scheduled to go through Omaha on ths wsy to Oregon, where be expects to spend his summer's vacation on his Hood river fruit ranch. The local Billy Sunday committee has sent word to him asking him to stop over here for a time and catch the neit train, so that they may be able to confer with him re garding the campaign ha Is to mske In Omaha In tbe fall. He la expected to ar rive at 10:30 o'clock Thursday morning. CZAR REMEMBERS FAMILIES OF MEN KILLED BY EXPLOSION (Correepondencs of the Associated Press ) PETROUIIAD. May K The emperur has seat a meaage of condolence and a gift of $6,000 to the families of ths vie time of the e plosion at the Ckjttnsky melinite works. The off! Isl report of ths disaster gives the total number of killed as elgnty-four. Of the sounded sixty-three are still in the hospital. The works ara located la a suburb of retro-grad ORCHARD & WILHELM CO. 414-410-413 South 16th St. With nr without reclin ing back Wo have JC them a low as. . . ipO Others Priced $7.50, $8, $9.75, $10.75, $13 Collapsible Go-Cart Substantial steel frarr.a collapsible Go-Cart, 10 lnch rubber tire wheels, three-bow hood, adjust able back, spring stat. $4.75 Other Patterns, $6.50, $8.50, $12 to $18. Reed Baby Carriage $24.50 $24.50 Handsome Foeed Carriage, finished white; spring Special qualities of felted cotton mattresses $8.00, $10.00, $12.00 Felted Cotton Mattresses, $6.50 Full weight. 4 ft. 6 In. mattreaa. built up in layers of felted cotton; roll edge, atrlng tied ; rr a big value pO.OU Beamless Axminster Rugs 9ilS alee $25.00, $27.50 and $28.50 These particular rugs come only in this aiie. 9il2. They should be seen to be fully ap preciated. We know of no more satisfactory floor covering for ao low g price. "Crex" Grass Rugs for Porch and Bed Room The moat extensive allowing of tbeae popular summer runs In Omaha. The range of alios is great from 18x36 to 9x1?. Vice from 40c to SH.50. rialn colors as well aa the Navajo, Grecian Key and Scroll designs. Extra Width LINOLEUM Sq. Yd., 60c and 70c A carload just received of thia extra wide linoleum many rooms coa be covered with one width avoiding Joints that wear out first wide linoleum glvea more years of service and In the end ia cheaper. WE REPAIR ORIENTAL RUGS WE STORE RUGS FOR THE SUMMER. WE REDEEM "Wear-Ever' Coupons Marquisette Curtains. Special, $1.50 Pair In white and ecru colors. Finished front and bottom with 2-lnch hem stitched hem length t i ardi. Price $1.50 Pair for a quality that sells readily for COO per pair. U to s off on a choice orUucynt of High tirade Hcrlru and MnrquihPtte iirtnJn. We Redeem "Wear-Ever" Coupons IN BASEMENT HYMENEAL Miss LeorU Kinney of Hebron, Neb., and Mr. Richard. R. Rogers of Arnold Park, la., were married Monday evening by Rev. Charles W. Pavldge at his residence. I SB 8 Any etnre that sella "Wee; nver" Aluminum Ware, may ao-' ceft this coupon snl ldn In pay ment for one "Wear-Brer" One Quart gttewvaa. whloh sell rwru- larly at 4 be, proTliied you preeent , the ronpon In person at store on I or before .Tune I, 1HS, and write on the coupon your name, addrefln and date of purobsse. Only one ran to be sold to a customer. Name Address City fate Alnralatua Oooktajr TTtensll Oo O-a-o-as. JTew Xanslagton. Pa. 1 ORCHARD & WILHELM CO. (W1 1 tr.1 W WB J Itf S . H I A S 1 el 53 wild A Family Rasorf Feature f eer tke thx ape Vt and Blcaae Ui rfS ni pld, BOd concerts rtne j day fnr mrmrj sua. The beat raki Is Tae country far bathing and koating. Akvadanoe of am flslw Clear Lake ts eaally rLch4 from your loan. Modoreta piiooa prertll both a rt- iards betel enoommo atloaa oettagce for rent and all Urine sup pllea Danoaa, bowling, ten nis and au fornn of liarinloaa amuaeraenta for the young. Oolf llnki aratlable Carre Gordo Co an try erub. tarB more of thia raaort. Write eaoratary of Commercial alub fnr hanrtaome lllua trated booklat ef Clear Lake, The "Saratoga ofthe Wt" vORPHhl and all drug and drink bnbits over come by the most modern and hu mane treatment known to mankind Call or address us for more detailed Information or references to cured patients. Omaha Neal Institute 1SOB B. 10th St. rboae Song. 7504) Get This 45c One-Quart I J """J Stewpan For only 15c and the coupon if preentMl on or before June 2, 1915. Aluminum is NOT "all the same." Be sure you get "Wear. Ewer." Look for the"Wear-ETer" trade mark on the bottom of every utensil. If it is not there it is not "WearJEver.' Refuse substitutes "Wear-Ever?' ttpj The pan is made in enormous quantities and has been advertised in women's maga zines for several months at the special in troductory price of 20c. Already more than a million Wear-Ever " Sample pans are in use. Now many stores are co-operating with us in this offer to place sample pans in still more homes. We know that when once you have tried "Wear-Ever" ware you will not be content until you, ace utensils that wear out with utensils that " Wear-Ever" Cut out the coupon today. Take It to your dealer and get the one-quart "Vtmr-Ermr Stewpan for only 15c by complying with the conditions named in the coupon. II your dealer will not honor tha coupon, mall It to ua with ten 2c stamps (Jc) and we will eend you the pan, postage paid. It costs ua 5c or more to mall you the pan. The stores named below will honor theWear-ETer' coupon i If presented on or before June 2, 1915 1 OMAHA five enduring satisfaction because they are so carefully made from hard, thick sheet met&l. The quart panwhich regularly would sell at 45c is offered for a limited time at the special price of 15o and the coupon, so you can see for yourself if you do not already know the difference be- Wear-Lver and tumsy Alumi- tween num ware. Reph Down Town. Brandeis China" Department. Buress-Naah Co. Orchard & Wilhelm. Milton Rogers & Sons. Outlying Stores. John llussio lMw, "J407 Cuiniug St. E. Karsch Co., 1820 Vinton St. a II. Katz, 1418 North 24th St. (L II. Meyer, 2915 Leavenworth St. W. B. Nichols, 24th and Fort Polan & Baner, 1247-49 South 13th. Simpson Hdw., 2416 Ames Ave. O. h. Wiemer, 2415 Farnam. John Wisler, 4G79 Leavenworth St. Young & Henderson, 2906 Sherman Ave. South Omaha. Koutsky & Pavlik, 412 North 24th. Peterson & Michelsen, 2408 N St. Jos. Pipal, 168 South 21 et St. Benson C. C. Johnson Hdw. Council Bluffs. P. C. DeVol Hdw. Co. Peterson & Schoouing Co. Florence. J. II. Price. Lincoln Hardy'a Hdw. Dept. Frank' E. Lnnr. Miller & Paine. Rudge & Guenzel. 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