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TITO HEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, DECRMBEI. 3, 1915.
LOW DEATH RATE
j AT CHILD SAYING
Lowest Infant Mortality Rate of Any
i Similar Institution in the
' United Statei.
otlths szrziNa information
lz lowest infant mortality rats
as 7 Institution la the United
$atcs l that of the Child Saying In
aj.Itute !n Omaha.
) O; :C3 babies bandied and cared
tor ixls year but one was loBt. The
tabk") remain in the Institution an
ac:sr3 '.ot three and one-half
c c: 'i.i until adopted.
SV finirlably low hna been the infant
fiicr x'il'i1 rate that eastern Instltut'ons
in ecr.niirrable number havn written here
If'.ttn o? . Infiulry as to Just how the
taM-i n.-o rad for and other details of
Vi- Institution's work.
)Thl.i demand has led Uiom In rhanre
. entcbllsh, a item of taking a careful
cord or history of every case that
vnes In, In order that accurate, rella-
e ft.itutlrnl Information may be fur-
t'shod to other Inst'tuttons and become
a matter of historical record for future
gul, lance In the care of Infanta.
jTIie Child Savin Institute baa J not
b"en favored with another endowment of
IC.00O fror.i a wealthy Individual of Omaha,
thoiw name la not being made publla In
At a meeting; at noon at the Commercial
club all of the old officers of the Insti
tution were re-elected, and three new
member were elected to the board of
dlretors. The new directors are: Rev. O.
A. Ilurlbert, Rev. Georgo L. Petera and
Mies Myrtle Wsrren.
The officers re-elected are W. A. Ie
Bord, president; Oeorge 1 'Alley, vice
president; Burton Millard, treasurer, and
Mrs. A. A. McOraw, secretary.
Baby Health Week
to Be at Lincoln
The bafcy health week oonference "ar
ranged ' for Omaha for " yesterday.' has
been postponed until the week between
Christmas and Now Tears and will be
held In Lincoln. The change was neces
sitated because of the Illness of Mrs.
Hugh L Master of Tecumseh, ehslrman
of the civics committee of the Nebraska
Federation of Women's clubs. Baby
Health week Is to ba observed by club
women t aU over the country the week
of March i. . ,
Mrs. A. B. favlnson of the home eco
nomics department of the University of
Nebraska' and aJso chairman of the
same department for the state federa
tion and Mrs. K. n. J. Kdholm, health
chairman and the federal representative
Of the children's bureau In ' Nebraska,
held a brfef- conference here yesterday,
Mrs. Davbson being, In "attendance at the
It wa tentatively decided that a three
number program would be, arranged,
each department, the' health, civics and
home eoonomlca! (o'Confiibbte -ina ' sec
tion. This committee . will arrange the
programs to be given all over the state.
Two More British
i . . Steamshins Sunk
I LONTDON, Deo. I Two more British
f tmmora, the Colenso and tho , Orange
jTrlnce have been sunk, presumably by
! The Colenno, of t&33 tons, sallod from
iMlddlesbro October 2 for Hull, where It
Jurrlved October 91 for Bombay.
The Istest maritime records show that
She Grants Prince, of t.8 tons, waa at
Liverpool October 7.
JEW ICE MACHINE FIRM
ENTERS HELD IN OMAHA
The York-Allan Ice Machine company
t Omaha has been Incorporated In the
frtete of Nebraska and will about Jan
uary 1 open an office and factory . at
Thirteenth and Jackson streets. James
vAUen, formerly secretary and manager
Int the Baker lee Machine' company of
jnmeha, U president of the new concern.
The new company' factory Is now under
Vrocess of construction and will be a
fc ne-atory brick building costing between
Jn.ooo and WOWO.-
DR. MACKAY TO TALK TO
. . THE ELKS ON CHARITY
IU-v. rr. T. J. Mackay, chaplain of the
6st, who will be preaent at the meeting
Friday evening, baa accepted an Invt-
itnt'.on from the exalted ruler to address
Ii he members on the near approach of
i liriatmae and the exercise of charity the
undumenlal principle of the order. Ir.
Mackay has had such wide experience
Ihu, thai ah.) k, twill k.u.
io ssy will be of doep Interest.
WOMAN SICK IN BED IN
HOME WHICH IS ON FIRE
Fire In the basement of the home of
Mrs. Bus's Harnett, Ktl 8t. Mary's ave
inu, dd slight damage. Mrs. Harnett
m sick In bed at the time snl the blase
twus discovered by her daughter, who
t ailed the department.
""ght damage, resulting from a blase.
J;.lo ocrurred In the basement if K. L
Hyatt's home, 4S11 Grant street.
TRUSTY SWEEPS OFFICE
AND THENJAKES ESCAPE
j hn Cllreck. trusty at the city Jail,
nept Ca Uln Maloney' s office Wednes
i .i snd then best It. He was arrested
ii a 10-cnt store by Officer We.de. whe
i unl that Gllreck had stolen a handful
f ' diamond" rings valued at 11.60. Oil.
hvI: ass sentenced to thirty days.
I Happy OH Ace.
f When old age carries with It hosts of
.frirndH, giKxJ health avd an abundance
'f this world's g xx3, It ahsuld be M
; tittppy as any period of our exlstenoe.
jl'iiat Is old age as It should be, but too
''fu-n It means por digestion, torpid
bowels, a sluggish liver and a general
fte.tr. of 111 health, despondency and
inWry. This eond!Uun can be greatly
..llt-vluted, however, by taking one of
('rsmlfilsLn g Tablets each day tmmedl-l-ly
after supsivr. That will strengthen
the digestion, tone cp the liver and rgu
Ute tl.e boweia, then that feeling of de
ijulecr 1U give way to one of hope
i 1 good ,;-S.e-r. OUuiuaUe everywhere.
Ad v fcruav-iielit.
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MOVtfitG SCHWAB J-tQfTX. StT Z,OSiJLTTO .
There Is real sentiment in trees to
Charles M. Bchwab, especially those trees
whlolt have sheltered his fine old home
stead, called "Immergrun," near Loretto,
Pa. ' 1
Recently Mr. Bchwab decided to build
a new 1 1. OOO.OOO summer residence on the
site of the old homo, but he did not want
to destroy the beautiful frame house
which has been more home to him than
even his mansion 'on- Riverside drive,
ewTork. The house Is entirely sur
rounded by trees and to move It and
Mrs. Fried, Nebraska,
; Pioneer, Is Dead
After Long Illness
Mrs, Mary A. Fried, widow of the late
Cart ' A. Fried, ' pioneer wholesale mer
chant, died after an illneas of several
months at her home, 2032 North Nine
teenth street, yesterday.
Mr. Fried was born In Hage'rstad,
Baedcn, June 7, 184?. She came, with her
parents, to America In 1049, and settled at
Andover, 111. Che waa married to the late
Cari A. Fried April 1. I81& In the fall of
lttGd Mr. and. Mrs. Fried came to Ne
braska and settled on a homestead four
miles west of Oakland, Burt county. In
WO Mr. Fried moved to Fremont and, be
came .associated with II. J, I'M to. the
hardware bualnesa, ln !S(Ie A Fried
established the wholesale hardware ston
of Lee, . Fr! jd A Co., la Omaha.
' Mrs. Filed is survived by three sons
and four daughters. Thay are: Emeat
L. Fried, Beemer; C. A. Fried. Theron
O. Fried, Mrs. W. F. Chambers and Miai
Evelyn Fried, Omaha; Mrs. V. A. Lagen,
Dubuque, la., end Mra. William P. Mul
len, Berkeley, cal.; also by her sister,
Mra. William Fried, Fremont, and her
brother, C O. Loheck of Omaha. Her
sons and daughters, her sister and
brother were all present when the end
came. She was a lifelong member of the
Methodist church, having her member
ship with the BwedUh Methodist Epis
copal church since coming to Omaha.
The funeral will be from the residence
Friday, December at 1 o'clock p. m.,
with burial at Prospect Hill cemetery.
Congressman C. O. Lobeck had been at
the bedside of his a'.ster several days,
and for that reason has not - gone to
Waahlngton for the opening of congress.
He will leave for Washington Saturday.
Have Hesrular ttowrl M'ovesaeat.
Take Dr. King's New Life Pills and
have a daily easy movement of the
boaelc Cures constipation. Only Vk All
COMES IN HIS AUTO ALL
THE WAY FROM MONTANA
T. B. Hill, a ranchman near Whitehall,
Mont., arrived in Omaha by automobile,
after motoring all the way from hla home,
on a bualnesa trip to Bt. Joseph. He told
feertary Smyths of the Omaha, Auto club
at Hotel Fontenelle that he ran Into a
foot of snow near fcherldtwn, and latter
hla radiator ran out of water and ho
had to se snow for twoiity miles.
"00-y! My Corn-n!"
H n, litt 'Gels-It'
The. You'll Have No Oirni to Uumpt
Vouf Outhm W1U Come "Clean
Ild you ever see a corn peel off ater
jrou wm nmwi iten-iv on ItT Well, It's
a moving picture for your life! And you
"Sore Cora Bumped
"Hete-If on. It
nothtna to stick. I-'ii.
shoes and stock
lugs right ever U. No oaln
no fusa, 41
Hours corns sons. "Gta-lt
the true fleah. nev.r makes toea ion
If you have tiled almost everything elae
fur rorna, you will be much more sur
prised to se how quickly and easily
your corns -'d rn-t . ill . n i. in
off lth "C!tB-lt." Quit HmDlng and
wrinkling up your face with iu
wrliikle.. Try 'Hj.te-It'1 tonight on that
coro (all"U. wr-J r tlUltiou. tun uJll
be KimA you read thla
"Gel .-If Is soM r.y all druggists,
4&e a hottle, or nt direct by K. law.
reiu-a & Chlcasu. Buld in Om&ha and
;ec i.ti'iiifi iM ti:. Ki.rM'a h t curn
rmelv t.y hhernian A Ui-('onJ I'rug
Trees in Moving House
by Lifting the House
not destroy the trees was no unsurmount
able obstacle to the man who has made
Bethlehem stock Jump from less than
36 to 000.
When Mr. Bchwab' first spoke to his
engineers about moving the Loretto
homestead they mapped out for him a
plan which sacrificed only three trees.
"I would not think 'of cutting down
those trees," said Mr. Bchwab, "All you
have. to do la to jack the house over the
treesl It Is only hlrty feet."
Italy Agrees With
the Entehte'Not to
Make Separate Peace
PARIS. Dec. ; J.-MKuy gavs Its adher
ence on Monday to the London agree
ment of the other entente allies not to
conclude a separate peace, aays a Milan
dispatch to the Matin.
. -Lieutenant General Count Cadorna,
chief of 'the Italian general ataif, who
waa to have visited France for a confer
ence with the French or British com
manders and for an inspection of the
western battle front, haa been compelled
to 'forego his trip, the Matin's corre
spondent says, because of the Intensity
Of the fighting on the Italian front, espe
cially along the Isonso. General Porro.
under' chief of the general staff, will be
sent sa substitute!' and .will arrive In
Paris December J. ,
If It la true that Italy gave adherence
to the London agreement on Monday, and
an earlier dispatch from Rome said for
mal announcement of lta decision waa
ai a i mm mw k ma.
ERIC NELSON, 1618 Capitol
St the engine, e got busy and are mov
ing the fine old Schwab residence over
the treea. By the Voute being taken, the
house goes over twenty-three treea before
It will reach the riad. 'ine maximum
height the houso will be Jacked over Is
thirty-four ."oet. It then starts on Its
Journey across deep valley on the
Bihwab farm, where It will find a new
renting place. It will travel 1.000 feet
from Its present location and will crown
a little hill.
made to parliament by Foreign Minister
Sonnlno, the step was taken almost
simultaneously with detailed reports that
Austria had Instituted through the Vati
can 'tentative negotiations tor a separate
peace. It has been asserted also that
Emperor William's visit to Vienna waa
taken to circumvent such action on the
part of Oermany's allies.
More Italians Land
at Port of Avlona
PARIS, Dee. t. Detachments of Italian
troops were landed t .'Avlona. Albania,
Tuesday, accordlrg to It formation from a
reliable source In Athena, a dispatch to
the Temps from the Greek capital today
Although Avlona, in southern Albania,
on the Adriatic, haa been under occupa
tion by Italian troops for some months
past, the statement that Italy Is sending
additional forces there may readily be
taken to mean that .'they are Intended
for use In connection with the allied
operations In the Balkans. .
You must read this new romance. Placed in
Cuba where blood is warm and passion strong, it
surpasses even the "Ne'er-do-Well", "The Spoilers",
and the rest of those bold adventure tales that have
Rex Beach famous.
Dona Isabel, Havana beauty, who plots to gain the
buried Varona treasure from her elderly husband and
despoil her step-children of their inheritance
V - -
Don Mario, who covets Rosa, the daughter of the
house of Varona, and bribes her step-mother to aid him
O'Reilly, adventurous American, pledged to many
the dark-eyed Rosa, who receives pathetic word that the
insurrection has left her homeless and hunted--5
These are the real, flesh-and-blood people,
drawn with Beach's characteristic insight into
human nature. The story of young O'Reilly's .
from New York, and
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suspicion aiuto oy opanmn byiuier aim vuixui -
rebel, he starts his dangerous' search for .
Rosa, will make the blood tingle. Begin
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Treasure? and Auditor Are Accused
cf Making Improper Payments
by Chics Taxpayer.
ALLEGES MANY IRREGULARITIES'
SPRINGFIELD, 111., Dec. 2.
Charges that Andrew Russell, Illi
no! state treasurer, and James J.
r.rrdy, state auditor, "knowingly and
vilfully" permitted irregular pay-
r i tints amounting'' to thousands of
doliars to bo made from state legls
lutive comrnitteo expenso funds, are
contained In an amended bill o' com
plaint filed in tbo circuit court here
today by J. U. Fergus, a cnicaeo tax- onil Carbon company, 120 South Dlckln
payer. ' eon street, lsat niqht, entailing a leas of
A previous Injunction SJit f led by Fe
gus held up appropriations mui uy m-.-last
le(flolatiirn and reuu'ted In lh 5 call
ing of a special arsvilon. The bill asks that
the officials be he'd lliblj for tlie re
funding of the money to the s'.ate.
The bill further chafes that IJ-uIenant
Governor Barratt O'Hara. havlnf fail.d
In attempt to obtain an appropriation
of $10,000 for his whlto s every Investiga
ting committee, planned a "trl-k and
device whorrby the treasury was to be
depleted of the sum of 110,000." It Is
charged that nine vouchers for pretended
services aggregating exactly ID.0 were
signed by the lieutenant governor and
that with ono exception were delivered
to one person, who obtained the money.
HAUSER WAS IN
OMAHA ON DATE
(Continued from Page One.)
gamer was one question put to him.
"Bad company, I guess," he said.
'You don't drink nor gambler'
'No, nor I don't smoke nor chew."
The "nerve" which carried the holdup
man through a long series of desperate
Crimea still continues to hold. He exhibits
no concern with regard to hla predica
ment, but hla manner Indlcatea that hla
mind is on the elert to find an escape.
Kept nay Book.
Charles R. Crosier, an Webster street,
asserts tbat Hauser, under the name of
Wilson, accompanied by his wife and
S-year-old daughter, came to the Crosier
home on October 1 and rented rooms.
They stopped there continuously till Octo
ber 21. This statement la substantiated
by Mra. Crosier.
Croiier's day book, which la In Captain
Moloney's possession, shows that on Octo
ber 1, 8 and 15, "Wilson" made payments
for his rooms, and on the last mentioned
data paid in full until October 12. "Wil
son" and hia family left on October St
Expressman Chester L. Allen, 1916 Dodge
street, asserts that on this day ha hauled
"Wilson," or Hauser's luggage to the
depot and checked the same to Indian
apolla. Refatea Haiur'i Statement.
Hauaer told Maloney that on October
16, he dtapossed of two diamond rings
belonging to Mrs. C. B. Whitney, at the
Burton Loan and Jewelry company of
Indianapolis. In an affidavit from F. C
burton head of this concern. It Is asserted
that the rings were dlspoucd of by a
how, under ' f- j
man answering Hauaer'a description on
The fact that "Wlleon." Hauser, Is re
corded by Crosier to have paid rent vn
urtber bears out the evidence
Omaha at that time. Mr.
and Mrs. D. P. Hudnell, who room at
the Croiler place, support the latter a
Maloney brieves that when Hauser t
Confronted with this evidence, he will
afani'on the prospective a 1M, and bend
his efforts towaul escaping the chair,
by a life sentence. All the people men
tioned above have positively Identlfle-I
Hauser, according to Moloney Photo
graphs of the spot where Smith was
killed, were taken under the direction of
Maloney at noon.
ELECTRICAL PLANT AT
MADISON. WIS. BURNED
MADISON. Wis.. Tioc. t-Flre bellcvivl
to have ben cat-sed by an ekplosion de
si royed the plant of the French l'attery
$lCGt. The French Battery and Carboi
company, since the beginning of th
war, has been supplying the allies witn
large stocks of fcoods.
It's Your Liver!
Don't stay constipated with
breath bad, stomach sour
or a cold.
Enjoy life! Liven your liver
and bowels tonight and
. feel fine.
Tonight sure! Remove the liver and
bowel poison which la keeping your head
dliay, your tongue coated, -breath offen
sive and stomach sour. Don't stay bil
ious. Sick, headachy, constipated and full
of cold. Why don't you get a box o'
Caacarets from the drug store now? Eat
one or two tonight and enjoy the nicest,
gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you
ever experienced. Tou will wake up
feeling fit and fine. Caacarets never
gripe, or bother .you all tha next . day
like calomel, salt and pills., They act
gently nut thoroughly. Mothers should
give cross, sick, bilious or feverish chil
dren a whole Cascaret any time. They
are harmless and children love them.
It It I il '.
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It is made by
oleo oil, neutral,
butter oil, milk and
Oleo oil is pressed
from beef suet
Neutral is made
from selected leaf
Butter oil is
made from choice
It is prepared
with utmost re
gard for cleanliness
The "Swift" rep
utation is behind
the Golden Glow
of Goodness of
Made only by
Swilt & Company
U. S. A.
Whan Psopla Raally Know
Thy Just Naturally
ulng Injurious physio and pills,
sickening oils, paralyzing onomas.
Your druggist or grocer can get fruit-Vigor
for you SI oerTsr. But if he won'L send .
a per isr. out it ne
1 for on tar, or 93 for f eur ars, to be
ent Brepeld and guaranteed by lis.
ITS WART fOOD CO, IM esarlt)r llsgHICaN
GROTTB BZCDS. CO.
Not hw eheao, but how d
You prooablv hare exrertencd
a trylna argument with your
nrlr.ter over the faulty k;ir
anre ot anme nrlntlna work yiiu
were Intereated In vln as
near perfect as possible.
A printer cannot obtain su
perior results from Infer'oe
photo engraved plates. We
make the very best Mates for
all kinds of printing that
eoutoment. high nrtced labor
and care IU produce.
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