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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1915)
Tin; BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JUKI; VI, TJ13.
Zatherine Huber Asserts She Wm
Doped and Taken to the Office
of an Attorney.
2IYSTE0M DENIES KNOWLEDGE
Mis Katherln Huber, till Amu
sueou, a nurse, in a suit for $1S,000
damage against John Nystrom, pro
prietor of tha Konntia Park
Memorial hospital, filed In district
court, alleges that sba was given
wine, which caused her to lose con
trol of her senses and was taken to
(he office of an attorney In the
Omaha National bank building, and
that an attempt there was mad to
compel her to make an affidavit as
a witness In another pending suit.
JShe escaped with the. assistance of
her mother, says her petition.
On Mar 21, Mlsa Huber allege, John
O. Nyntpom and Jowrhme Nystrom went
to her home, took her In a oar to the
Kountse Park hospital. tla Wirt street,
and gave her a si' of wine, which
caused partial loes of fiorusolouaness.
From them, ahe asserts, eh was taken
to the office of an attorney, where a
threat was made that unless she signed
an affidavit In another case, her reputa
tion would be damaged. With the aid of
Iter mother she escaped, according to her
The desired affidavit, says Miss Huber,
related to a damage milt brought by
Stephen A. Scott against the hospital
"I know nothing about these chances,"
ssld Nystrom. "Miss Huber was a nurse
In the hospital at the time ftontt was
here, and I consulted her regarding evV
denca which 1 believed she could give.
The charges are not true and are ridiculous."
Grief Causes Death
of Mrs. 0, E. McCune
is Belief of Friends
Orlef over tha death of her husband,
who dirxl two years ago. Is thought to
have caused the deoCh of Mrs. K. O.
McCune, who passed away Thursday at
the Iord Uster hospltaL Mr. and M
Cune had been married ' twenty-three
years when Mr.. MoC'une. died. .
Miss nnsallnj HIT1 of the Reedhurst
apartments, where Mrs. McCuna lived.
has been appointed administratrix' of the
Funeral will be held today at I o'clock
from the Cole-McKay chapel. Burial will
e at Forest Uwn cemetery.
Firemen Not to Get
Commissioner Wlthnell states that
nale Ftla 17. relating to Increase or
pay of the firemen, will not go Into effect
until January 1, lSlt, on account of lark
of funds to carry out the provision of
the bill this year. He says the firemen
are agreed to this proposition. The fire
appropriation for nest year will be In
creased' tlf.VQ, as authorised by leg Is
It Is believed that the policemen will
set their mines at the same time as the
firemen, although It was expected that
i ho Increases would start nert month.
The police fund will have fJO.OOO more
The city loirnl department win be asked
for an opinion as to the operations of
the police and fire salary law.
Two Children Die
of Scarlet Fever
The deaths of two children from ecart
ever have been reported to the health
rtciirtuient In the last twenty-four hours.
A lft year-old boy. aon of Mr. and Mrs.
(Jrtffiii at au.'l North Twenty-second
stiect. and a 4- ear-old Berlanla boy at
U'W 8iutli Twentieth street were the
The scarlet fever In Omaha is worse
than It has boon for a long time. One of
the deaths Just reported occurred a few
I ours after the first medical attention
WILLIAM PARKER WILL
LECTURE HERE SUNDAY
Wlillmn Parker, chief psyslt-al director
In the Mod I School of America, located
In Gary. Ind.. will lecture In the First
Christian church Hunday evening, nsing
1 colored slides to Illustrate his subject,
"tlod'a Great Outdoors."
r. farker U making an I.UtW-mlle Ire
lure lour In the west snd will visit in
Omaha a few days with his sister. Mrs.
1. if. Klleberry. ZKB Kuuth Ninth street.
After leaving Omaha he mill hike
through toe t rifled forests of Arlsons,
ovr tlie painted desert, through WO miles
nf the Grand Canyon of the Colorado and
tht-n visit the Han Diego and Ban Fran-
Im-o expositions, lecturing on the way
tip the coast in all of the principal clttea.
Old Soldiers and
Allied Corps Help
Elks on Flag Day
The severn pouts of the Orand Army of
the Kepubllo have accepted the Invita
tion of the i:ik to parade and to take
part in the exercises at Hatiscnm park
on Sunday, June IS, the national flag day
of the Flks, as follows:
t. H. Orant t,ost No. 110. Grand Army
of the Republic, It. p. Tuten, command
ing, intrcr-rive men.
Ueorge A. (lister post No. 7. Grand
Army of the Republic, Kmnry W. John
eon, commniidbiK, thlrtjr men.
tVnree Crook post No. 2H2. Grand Army
of the Republic, . , Oarllck, command
ing, rorty-tnree men.
I'hll Krarncy nost. of South Omaha will
attnd at the perk only.
inn military order of the Loyal leglon,
S J I. Jones, commanding, will turn out
The Women's Relief corps of the Grand
Army of the Republic have, accepted in
vitations and will attend In numbers, as
Women's Relief vor.Hi George A. Custer
pist No. K2, Mrs. J. W. Foley, president,
Women's Relief corps, V. R Grant poet
No. KH. Mrs. M"lle Kifferbaxker, presi
dent, twenty ladles.
Women's Relief corps, George Crook
Post No. "S Mrs. Jay Tone), president,
GarfMd circle No. 11. Indies of the
Grand Army oi the Republic, Myrtle Dion,
president, fifteen ladles.
General Lew ton auxiliary No. 1 Hpsn
lh Wsr Veterans, Mrs. Frank WMUer
msn president, twenty dalles.
All of tie above will assemble at the
Elks' home at t:SU p. m., snd will be pro
vlded alth sent In automobiles for the
parage to Hansxom park, where seats In
front of the band stand will be reserved
New Structure to
Go Up on Corner of
15th and Douglas
Current report has It that another big
building Improvement Is to go up on the
corner of Fifteenth and Douglas streets
In. place, of what Is now known as the
Crelghton block aa the result of the lease
of the property by the Crelghton univer
sity interests, to whom it belongs. Tha
report has Is thst the lessee is Onorge
Rrandtls and that an annual ground rant
of .0O0 a to be paid for It This la the
property that J. Bchlank was negotlatnng
for as announced a week or so ago, but
tha transaction la now said to have been
closed with another party.
Smith on Way from
Europe to China
Charles B. Smith of tha Associated
I'reas. formerly of The Bees local staff.
Is In Omaha 'on his wsy from Europe
to China, Ha will be hers onlv till thi.
evening, spending the day with his aunt.
Mrs. ss. T. Lindsay, and will take the
midnight train for tha oiast to sa.ll at
once for Teklng.
Mr. Smith went to London at tha be
ginning of tha war and has spent tha
last ten months In Kns-land. Hlaium
Germany In the service of tha Associated
iress. lie waa In Antwerp when tha
flight for Oatend was under way, and
has had a correspondent's ahkre In eev
eral of the exciting episodes of tha war.
NEBRASKA ASSURED OF
FIFTH J3IGAPPLE CROP
With tha apple crop about assured tor
Nebraska this year, O. O. Marshall of
Arlington points iKit that this wilt make
tha fifth consecutive year of apple crops
In Nebraska. Ha also points out that,
according to the statistics of the killing
frosts In all parts of the Vnlted States.
Nebraska has no mora of these to harm
the fruit crops than have famous fruit
sections of the United States'.
"Fruit failures occur here about one
year In five," ha says. "The fnilt cron
of Nebraska for 1915 Is assured. While
light frosts did some injury to the fruit
crop on tha low ground and In pockets,
moat of ths sections cams through with
out material Injury."
Vifay Should You
Tolerate a Poison
In Yoar (lone?
Never I the Skull and CYoafbanea
I'aaa Your Threshold It'a the
Only Way to B 8f.
Of course you frequently nsad a pow
erful antiseptic and germicide nearly all
families do. That is why "Benetol" has
met with such instant success.
NEW INTERNAL REVENUE
JGENT TAKES UP DUTIES
ii. stiver lias arrived from Indian
elolls to take ths position of Internal
revenue agent In the Omaha dlvUiou, a
place left vacant by the transferring of
J. J lraknfurd to Atlanta.
"As a mnemonic for my name I'll tell
joj a litile story," he said. "I was one
l.rofe iaor of matlieina lies and science li
Yelparalso .uuivcrs ty and one of my atu.
oVnts tnere found that my name was in
the dictionary. i!ie took pleasure In ratl
ine inv attention to the word and the
definition. This is wiiat it said;
" Ktivrr A Initth coin a! money of
sc. ount. the present value of hlch Is
boot i ct-nts; hence, a thing of litis
worth.' You see, I tin a modest roan."
CON MAN FINDS HE CAN'T
OUTRUN ALL POLICE FORCE
Joe Petreatt.h of Chicago, Syrian eon
n.nn, who rofiiily outran Officers
Thomas snd Anderson In a foot race, was
ilurt3 tesr the Pitrtlnglon station after
a h ud chase by Officer It) kin.
f.-trc.uii. h was sentenced to thirty das s
t the cuunty Jail.
II Ural I r lea Hellene Hheaaaattsh.
Ki'jan s IJolment du give almost lit
ii.t reUi'f. Nothing better for rheu
n.i;in. backache sil slaU.a. Ouly
All trusit. AdvcrUsejnrtiL
Ver Koets ba't Sals Wkk Psaaa Abaas.
But "Usnetol'' is absoiuteiv liarnila
whsthsr used eiternally or taken Inter
nally Ana strange as ll may seam, U. a.
ovornm.nl trfts show It to be much
Mrontor as a germicide than even pure
Put a buttls of "Benetol" in your med
icine chest snd throw away any mercury
tablets, acids or othsr poisons you may
Tnen use your "Benetol" in any way
thst you hsve previoualy used the others
lnlri of evsr harming you. "sVtnatol"
will always protect snd help yeu. Uargle
with it for a colli or sore throat. v ssk
out ths nasal passages with It to cure
catarrhal affections, tlweetrn your stom
ach with a morning swallow. It will
sterilise and keep your bowais and kid
neys in the beat nt condition.
fee It for the Instant relief from cuts
and burns. Teach the children to use it
Nothing will ever take the place of
"tteuetoi" In your home after yeu learn
of its won Jar a If you hare never tried
it. let us send you OLr trial combination
af "Benetol ' Huuld, ointment and tooth
cream Ti.ls oumtjlnatloa Is not sold by
dealers, but la sent rtlract on recl;t of
IS cotits to pay postage and sacking.
Buy "bnloir' in 2fcc. 60c and tit
lliri In nearly all drug stores.
Made amy by the Baiietoi Company, 114
Itaneto! Building. Mlniiiapolla. Minn.
bcld, remiuanded and guaranteed is
Omeba by Shrrnian M-'ounU ln.
o. ) n snd 1k1k; owl Drug Co., 14r
and Hrn. Harvard Pharmacy. S4rtr
and Itrnim and Jxval P'iarmay, A7
North loth, aua other Udug drug
East Bottoms Has
Chief of PollA Dunn Is trying to solve
the "East Bottoms Diamond Mystery."
James Whalen called on the chief and
unfolded a story of a womsn llvfng on
the bottoms finding a valuable dismond
which hsd been hidden In a small cache
In a willow tree.
The woman said she was attracted by
a piece of paper pinned to the tree. He
moving the paper she noticed an incision
into which had been Inserted a small
piece of paper containing an unmounted
diamond, in her excitement to hasten to
her house she stumbled and lost the dia
mond. The chief believes a burglar placed the
diamond In the tree. Search la being
made for the lost treasure.
UNKNOWN WOMAN TRIES
TO COMMIT SUICIDE
A woman about 90 years of age rented
a room from lira. N. Navel, il! North
Seventeenth street, Thursday night, and
after attempting suicide by gas was
brought to police headquarters, whera
sh Is being held as a demented person.
She refuses to speak when questioned
by the police. Two towels found tied
together and attached to the head of tha
bed seems to bear out the theory that
tha woman also tried to hang herself.
Grower Looks for
Outlet for His Crop
Otto JCuehne, president of the Kuehne
Pickle mmpsny of McOrew, Neb., Is in
the city, calllrg on the w holesale grocery
johlxra rclstlxe to handling the output
of his plant. He Is als- visiting tha
railroad freight offices. lining up
rates on pickles.
McOrew Is a station on the 1'nlon Pa-a
rifle's North Platte line, a few miles
west of Bridgeport, In Morrill oounty,
and In the country In the vicinity of
the town, this yesr the Kuehne, Pickle
company has 9nu acres planted to cucum
bers. The cron Is expected to produce
3n carloads of pickles, and at the Mc'1
Orew plsnt that Is being erected at a
cost of SMI.OflO everything In the pickle
Una will be turned out.
Several Want Job
of Public Defender
SENATOR AND MRS.
DIETRICH SPEND DAY HERE
Senator Charles It. Pletrich and Mrs.
Iletr1ch spent ths dsy In Omaha on their
wav to their home In Hastings. Mr.
Ptetrlrh had been visiting relative! In
Aurora, HI., while Mrs. Dietrich was at
tending the suffrage conference at Chi
A brisk competition is on over the ap
pointment at the hands of Governor
Morehead for the newly created position
of public defender for which flie legisla
ture passed a law effectlva next month.
The Job carried a salary of I1.1U0 and
after tha first Incumbent's term is to be
elective. According to the political dope
sters, the Mil was put through by Sen
ators lliwetl and Bedford at the Instance
of Frank T. Itanaom with tha understand
ing that tha plum was to fall to Ralph
West, a young lawyer, aon of Joel Weat,
formerly associated with Hansom. Other
aspirants, however, have not been eon
tent to let It go tlit way and are also
seeking tha favor of the governor. Among
them are Joseph Berger, ex-Senator Rich
ard Itorton of Omaha and J. J. Broen of
Insurance Girls to
Hold Annual Meeting
The Insurance Olrls' club, an Omaha
organisation, remarkable that . It flour
ishes without constitution or bylaws,
without officers and without dues to lie
paid by members, will sold Its third an
nual meeting Saturday afternoon at the
Field club. It la composed of more than
twenty young women who are employed
In local Insurance offices.
According to the. members of this so
ciety, the young women, having observed
that politics and office-holding bring only
worry and grief to both electors and
elected, decided that fhelr organisation
should be without a government. Volun
teers do all the work Involved In the up
keep of the club. Its members lunch to
gether once each week at one of the local
The young women Indignantly deny the
charge that they are promot'ng the doc
trine of philosophical anarchy by main
taining an organisation without a govern
FOR DR. CROTHERS AT LUNCH
Harvard men are giving a warm wel
come to Dr. Samuel McChord Crothera,
one of the Cambridge pastors, who Is In
Omaha to deliver a free lecture this eve
ning; at the Central High school audi
torium. H. A. Capenand other oollega
men took luqcheon with Dr. Crothers at
Hotel Loyal thla noon. Attorney W. F.
Gurley, who attended Dr. Crothera'
church, the Flrat Unitarian, while at
Harvard, mill preside at the lecture this
evening, and Harvard men will be ush
ers. The subject will be A Literary
Clinic," and the address will be under
the auspices of tha Omaha Unitarian so
ciety, although purely. educational In Its
character and not sectarian.
W GASOLIHE f
Vy Puts More Miles Into Your Tank 11
M. Fokrine Barns Up Qean II
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i ms pioay is agooi
day to settle the
Torn Moore qoestion
C Smoking is one of man's normal delights
like enjoying prime roast-beef or drinking
well made coffee.
But it's up to every smoker to put a little
thought into choosing, that cigar which gives
him full satisfaction but doesn't over ; feeel
his smoke taste.
have always believed that few men can smoke
heavy cigars all day long. Most men are best suited with
cigars of a milder type, such as the Tom Moore.
11 Tom Moore gives you the unmistakable Havana flavor
but its strength is "modulated" by the slight addition of
certain milder tobaccos.
J Sunday, when cigars mean such a lot to a man, is a
good day to try out Tom Moore. Smoke one in the
afternoon and another along in the evening. And here's
to the good smoke hours that are coming to you I
They always come back for Moore"
Little Tom 5
You k0 fu hard UU to get a good littU
nkkil dgarl ( Well then, hen'e Little 7wi
I VBF8T m'MELL CIO AR CO., flll fto. IBth Pt Omaha DUtrttmtor.
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