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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1915)
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BRIEF CITY NEWS
--.no xB, ,7.oo. Burgess-Qranden.
ave Boot Brlat It Vow Beacon Press
"Todays Complete Man mrna"
rlt) fled section loony, and appears n
The Hoe EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what
the itrloui moving picture theaters offer.
Farrieh Back to BUa BmI-K V. fai
rish, director of the Omaha publicity bu
reau, went to hie office today for the flrat
time alnra experiencing a serious llness.
Including threatened peritonitis. II I.
"till weak, but will aoon be able to re-i
( iura bla duties. I
Boa Bains Garden A hie ..,w. hii '
dog la causing trouble for one of the
youthful membera of the School Harden
club. Russell Burton, who Uvea at r:
Harney street and attended Cential
school, hai had eome fine tomato and
cabbage plants dug up by the dog.
Bidding on Mate Borne Hlda for the
contract for constructing the Charles !
Mete residence at Thirty-seventh street '
and Dewey avenue are now being con- !
rtdered by Architect Oorgr Prln, and !
the contract will aoon be let. The home '
will be one of the finest In Omaha. It I I
Waiter District Bobbed The Metro-!
polltan Watr district was robbe.l Thurs- j
day afternoon. No, dear reader, no one j
atole a drlr.k r.f water, but Henry Miller i
and William Harris made way with a
water sate valve valued at which j
belonged to the district. Henry and
William will spend thirty days In the!
county Jal! as Mr. Howell's help were
very much annoyed at the desecration.
Wants Fay for His Auto Harry Wal
lace, who allegea that he loaned a car to
the city for use by the police departnv nt
with 'an understanding that the city
should buy It later, la suing In Judge
Leslle'a court for tl,9"0 because the oar
wag smashed in an accident. Commie
dinner Kugel maintains that there was
no understanding that the city should
buy the car, but that Wallace loaned ll
t! the city of his own volition.
fined on Disorderly Charge Dick
Kimball, Hi North Sixteenth street, and
I. Zelkle, 71 North Thirty-seventh
street, were fined I2.&0 each In police
oourt on a charge of dlaorderly conduct.
They were nrerated with two glrla
Thursday evening In a machine at
Twentieth and California streets, where
they were acting, aorordlng to Motor
cycle urricer jimery, in a mni unaeenuy
fashion. The trirlg failed to appear In
Bar. A. T. Iorlmr Betttrns Rev. A.
T. Lo rimer of the Zion Lutheran hureh
nnJ family returned from their four
weeks' vacation on Friday morning, hav
ing visited with friends and relatives at
Rock Island, 111.; Ottumwa, la., and
number of other places. Rev. Lorlmer
" will occupy the pulpit In his church on
Sunday morning. During the time that
Kev. Ijo rimer has been absent Prof. Linux
Bonander of Wahoo has had charge of
Tourists by the
Through Gate City
The following tourists have registered
at the Omaha Auto club during the last
three days, some of them enroute from
the east to the Pacific coast:
A. O. Orahan, Des Moines, la., to Cali
fornia; one day to Omaha, two In party.
Mr, and Mrs"M. 'W. Hood, Boston, -lo
San Francisco;, twenty days to Omaha,
two in party.
John W. Ash and fnmlly. Chattanooga
to Oregon and national parks; eleven
days to Omaha, eight In party.
George Ashe, New York to California;
twelve days to Omaha, four In party.
George B. Ruberne, N. A. Ferry, J- R.
Farrell, Indianapolis to California; three
days to Omaha.
H. J. Crow, Dubuque, la., to California;
three days to Omaha.
J. E. Farrel, jr., Philadelphia, Pa., to
California; four In party.
William T. Strong. Boston. Mass., to
California; two weeks to Omaha, two la
M. P. Duffleld, Ottumwa, la., to coast;,
three ttaye to Omaha, three In party.
C. W. Relse. Davis, W. Vs., to coaat
point; two weeks to Omaha, four in
Bam K. Sullivan. Newklrk. Okl.. to Cal
ifornia; two weeks to Omaha.
Mrs. William 8. Morgan, New Haven,
Conn.; William S. Morgan, A. R. Rmlth,
C. 8. Smith, Mrs. C. Beaver Smith, to
California; eight and one-half days to
Omaha, five in party. ,
K. D. Thomas, Cleveland, O., to Cali
fornia; twelve days to Omaha, two in
WllWord Seedling. Pittsburgh, Pa., to
Oregon points: four In party. ,
C. E. Noel, Cheyenne, Wyo.; eastern
Dr. and Mrs. Cobb, Sioux City, la., to
F. M. Decker, Anderson, Ind., to Den
ver; four days to Omaha.
K. B. Hill, Anderson, Ind., te Denver;
four days to Omaha.
- E. T. Cheeae, Denver, to Ottumwa, la.;
two In party.
Mrs. O. A. doff. Waterbury, Conn., to
San Francisco; eight days to Omaha,
three In party.
T. A. King, Chicago, III., to Denver;
four days to Omaha, three In parly.
Charles Steckler. New York City, to
California; twenty-three days to Omaha,
two In party.
Sam H. Levey, New York City to Cal
ifornia; twenty-three days to Omaha, two
in party. ' ,
Captain F. T. Dlmmtck, Cambridge,
111.; five in party, western points.
H. W. Hahn, Humboldt, la., to Boutt
Robert W. Stmme, Jacksonville. Fla. ;
one nunth to Omaha, four in party.
Robert Flag, Syracuse, western points.
Herbert Lake, Danbury, Conn., to Colo
rado. RENTS BIKE FOR JITNEV
AND NOW IT IS GONE
Ames McCann, 1214 North Twenty-fifth
street, turued his bicycle Into a jitney
Ihis Thursdsy afternoon and as a result
is now minus the vehicle McCann let a
strange boy ride the bike for the small
sum of a nickel and th boy never re
turned. Hot tr Mn Vnl.
Foley Cathartic Tablets are not as In
totently demanded by women aa by men
because this particular cathartic Is not
so well known among women. Women
suffer as much as men do from Indiges
tion and constipation, and they also re
quire this scientific remedy to keep the
stomach sueet. the liver active and the
bowels regular. Foley Cathartic Tablets
are wholesome and thoroughly cleansing;
do not gripe or reufre nausea. Stout peo
ple say this is the one cathartic that
takes away tlat over-full and ti fgfd un
feeling. Sold everywhere Agvertlse-aueot.
Specials Make it Almost Impossible
to Get the Trains Throujb.
VISITOR CALLS IT A DISGRACI
Railroad officials of line oper
ating through the Union station here
are experiencing considerable diffi
culty now In getting trains in and
out of the passenger yards, and to
their minds It has been conclusively
demonstrated that the depot is alto
gether too small tor a city the site
and Importance of Greater Omaha.
Through the Omaha depot Itt regular
pr.saenger trains move dally. In addi
tion to these the business to and from
the Pacific coast expositions has made
I necessary o run from twefve to fif
teen special trains dally. This business
Is handled on seven tracks, end mornings
and afternoons when the passenger trains
rome In from the east and west, and
when Omaha people are starting on their
tripe, the depot Is so crowded and con
geted that It is next to imposslb'e to
People crowd and jam until all through
the depot and out on the area way be
tween the fence and the building It Is a
mass of sweltering humanity. Relative
to the conditions H. M. Montagu, an
In-porter from New York, who was In
the city on hut way home from the Pa
cific coaat, said:
Declare It a IHsgrer.
"I have been around the world twice
nrd have been In every city of any Im
portance in the United States, but I never
hive seen anything as disgraceful as hare.
"Omaha. I understand. Is a city with
a population of 300,000, the gateway
through which several of the roads of
the country operate, and here Is a union
station that would not be a credit to a
town of 10,000 people. It's a shame and
a disgrace, and I oan't fancy anything
that will hurt Omaha more than to have
the hundreds of thouaands of visitors
pass through here and be told that this
Is the union station of the elty.
"As I understand It, right now, two of
the roads coming into Omaha, the Mil
waukee and the Burlington, In Chicago
have joined with the Pennsylvania and
In Chicago have commenced work on a
depot that Is to cost something more
than I26.O00.0O0, but here they are content
with being partners in a depot that today
could be duplicated for 1100,000, and I
fancy considerably less.
"If the commercial organisations of
Omaha are made up of the right kind of
stuff, I would think that they wold get
together and demand that the railroads
build a union station here that would
be in keeping -with the Importance of the
TOURIST WIRES THAT
THE ROADS ARE FINE
Auto highways out In the state are
thoroughly recovered from the effect of
rains, according to a telegram received
by Office Secretary S. K. Bmyth ef the
Omaha Aute club from Robert W. Blmtns,
an Importer of Jacksonville, Fla, The
latter left pmaba on his way to the Pa-
When Glands Swell
Blood Heeds Attention
Even a Sweat Gland May
Result, in Severe
In our Intricate body the use of 8. H.
8. for the blood has a most remarkable
Influence. We little realise our gland
tilar system. It may' be a tiny bulb no
fclgger than a pin point, and yet If a
disease germ gets into It, there Is a
tremendous swelling. It becomes a
boll, a carbuncle. It may be a "blood
rising," and It la often a source of con
tinuous misery if not checked. Many
of the most excruciating forms of tor
ture begin with the swelling of a tiny
gland, caused by a dlseaae germ. And
It Is S. B. 8. that spreads throughout
the blood circulation to prevent Just
such conditions. Or If they have al
ready started, 8. 8. 8. will aoon put the
blood In such a state of health as to
overcome the tendency to glandular
swellings. It Is a natural medicine for
the blood, just as essential to health If
the blood be impure, as are the meats,
fata, gralna and sugars of our dally
It contains ons Ingredient the active
purpose of which Is to stimulate the
exchange of new flesh for dead or waste
Get a bottle of 8. 8. a today of any
druggist, and if your case is stubborn,
write to the Medical Adviser. The Swift
Hpeclfic Co.. 101 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Oa.
Thla department la in charge of a noted
Diverse route tickets to Bew York and
Bee ton are oa sale dally vta Oaleago,
Milwaukee ft St. Fanl Ball way. These
tickets, which permit going one fonts
and returning another, axe offered la
great variety and laelade all the prin
cipal cities aad plaeeo ef Interest ta tag
Bast. Sellf btfol trips by water oa the
Otoet Iakes, St. Tawreaee aad Xadsoa
Blvers and the Atlaatlo Ooeaa saay be
Included. Tares to Bow York range
from 164.10 up, to Boston from 163.90
up, with final return limit of 60 days
aad liberal stopover privileges, rot
more oomplate Information, folders, eta
call oa at address, W. a. Beck, city
Tassenger Agent, C, BL a) St. B. By.,
131T Taraam St, Omaha, Bob.
WHEN YOUR FEET ACHE
From Coma. Bunions. Sores or Callous
Bpols, Blisters, New or Unlit shoes. Al
len's Fool-Ease, the antiseptic powder
to be shaken Into the shoes, will give in
stant relief. It is the greateet comfort
discovery of the age. Hold everywhere.
26c. Kon't accept any substitute. For
KKKE sample address, Allen . Olmsted.
Ie Roy. N. T.
Jim b i i i m.m
A totlert twttavrfttio of r11
Hlpsi tor4it( eu4rC
FBrRMtnrU CW di
LUeir wCrT f mAmd Hair
OQ. lil f I aVC trw,l'TaV
clfio roast In an auto. He wired from !
Hastings eight hours later tbst he hul .
gone throuKh In eallsfa-trv shape ami
that the roads were splendid and free
from mud Mr. Slmma is a rsnnnl
friend ef Colonel B. Wood Jewell or
All Members of the
Garden Club May
"All member of the school garden
clubs ate eligible to exhibit vegetables
Monday In the ;-lr.e ntret at the
Young Men Christian association build
ing," lay Ernest P.. Pale. up rvlsor of
"Boys and girls ii-o not enter vege
tables In all the groups In order to com
pete," he explains. ' Tlicy should bring
whatever they have. If only one or two
varieties, as cash prises are ofrered for
each if the eight kinds of vegctalles.
"Although no prU.es are offered for
potatoes, the ihiWiren may exhibit them,
If they have any thU early. Not over
dosen notatoes houl, be exhibited hy
each child "
FATHER WILLIAMS IS
HONORED AT RECEPTION
The thirty-ninth anniversary of the
first service of Father John Williams at
8t. Barnabas was celebrated TViumday
evening by parishioners of the church,
who gathered at the home of the present
pastor, V.loyd B. llolsapp'e, M10 daven
port street. Father Williams was there
blithely bearing the honors of his four
score years. There were refreshments
Ilev. John Wallace Ohl of St. Martin's.
Rev. T. I Collar of Good .Shepherd and
Rev. John Flockhart of St. Andrew's
were among the clergymen who attended
the reception . ,
SOUTH PLATTE IS
LIKE BIG GARDEN
Frank Walters, General Manager of
the Northwestern, Also Sees
Good Corn Crop.
IT ONLY NEEDS SUNSHINE
"The whole South Platte country
looks like a garden and 1 have never
seen such flattering prospect for an
Immense small grain crop as right
at this time." asserted General Man
ager Walters of the Northwestern,
who has Just returned from a long
trip over the company lines In the
central and south parts of the state.
"Wheat has been held back by the cool
weather and It will be aa late a." Jul) 15
before much cutting will te done. This
is about ten to twelve days later than
usual, but It Is going to be a bumper
crop and there is nothing that will dam
age it, except, perhaps storms in Isolated
"Everywhere the wheat Is headed and
the heads are filling to the tips. The
atraw Is long and strong and the yield
promises to exceed anything In the past.
"What similes to wheat, applies equally
to all other varieties of small grain.
There are no bad spots. It's going to b
universally a big crop, so fsr aa Ne
braska is concerned.
"Floods and hail did some damage in
scattered sections of the state, hut these
section .re so small, compared with the
acres gw In crop that the loss la insig
nificant except to the Individual farmers
who have suffered.
"With the warm sunshine and the
moist condition of the ground, corn Is
making wonderful growth. The ground
is clean and the plant has a good color.
q You will
U How;to read cha
or cout-c ci r ii li colli to ! :i htlli- I n t
units thf ttenthci eiiotilil ,-mit mi' ,i
warm If hot weiilui comes In ten i)ns
U'ln tl ichi'Ii the ikiiiiihI sIh
"All that farmers tt-sr now i t lint they
nlll not le tlimiiKli rultlvutinn their corn
by the time small g ain Is tenilv to ut.
If they should not they would be very
busy, and, perhaps, the Inst cultivation
of com might have to be dispensed with.
to Send Prosecutor
to the City Bastile:
Police Magistrals Vharles Foster ami
City Prosecutor Fred Arhetiser engnaed !
In a verbal artillery duel In the course
of the court's session. I
License Inspector Hoffman had three
men arraigned namely, N. Iend, Pave ,
Kalneck and M. Horsky-for operating ,
a Junk shop wit limit a license. They
"Take your men to the Houth Omaha
court after thla, Hoffman, where you
can get Justice," Anheusev la said to
"Another rrark like tnat. Mr. Anlieuser,
and In the pull pen you go." retorted
BUILDING OWNERS AND
MANAGERS HOLD PICNIC
The riulliling owners' and Managers'
association will hold Its annual picnic
and outing at King's lake. Jiiet north of
Waterloo. today. The party will
leave Omaha ' la auto route at 1 o'clock
from 8evententh and Fa i nam streets,
and the autos will nlso entry plenty of
good things to eat. Ivrnest Sweet,
president of the sssoclatlon, has hud the
arrangements In charge and Is able o
assure all who go plenty to eat and
drink and ph'tily of fresh air. There ar
also plenty of fish to be caught.
Don't accept a cigar on faith. Judge Tom
Moore's character as critically as you please.
see his jacket is of silky
This means the wrapper bums evenly with
the filler and doesn't upset its flavor.
J Tom Moore's filler is principally Havana leaf,
which is slightly tempered with milder leaf in a
word a "modulated" Havana.
This means a genial character, unmistakably
Havana but not heavy.
J Tom Moore is hand-made throughout.
This explains its fine drawing and burning
Judge Tom Moore's character for yourself.
Smoke two or three between now and Mon
day. Its character may appeal to you more
than any cigar you have smoked in a longtime.
"They always come back for Moore"
Little Tom 5$
LtHle Tom i a Afoore toery inch of him
BK8T A lll'SHlXL I(JAH tt) fll'J K. lOtli St., Omaha, IHatrJUtttor.
SUPERIOR SUIT VALUES
FOR SATURDAY AT
BUTTSj roa MIST AtT) TOTWO Xlie that are far superior to
what other stores. Quality considered, ask S3.O0 to $5.00 more for.
art:e assortments of this seasons new shades and styles. Every
garment the beat possible relate at the ptioe. We aek yon to
come la and examine the suits which prove oar leadership.
AH Wool Serge Suit Offer
atnroay wo wui otter fadeproof serge
salts in pnre wool raonoe
battoa models regular $18.00
PURCHASE SALE TROUSERS
Oaring- Trousers, Palm Beach Trousers, riannel and Worsted
$1.50 to $6.00 Grades Saturday at
98c $1,45 $2.50 $3.50
Sport Shirts foi
48c and 95c
25c Grade 15c
Dress Shirts, $1
and $1.50 values,
nit Offer; 1,0 ng or
Short Sleeves, Knee
or Ankle Length,
sT.l J jL
... . , ii i m jsHi naf 'Hi
two or tn
White' Hlitw, With
Boya' Bntts; sTorfolk
Styles. Wool Mater,
ials. Some Have Two
Trousers. Special at
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