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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1916)
THK WKVi : OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12,
BROOKLYN MAN TO
GET WELFARE JOB
T. F. Sturgess and Rabbi Cohn Au
thorized by Commission to En
gage a Superintendent.
X. L. SCHRJEBER FIRST CHOICE
T. F. Sturgess and Rabbt Frederick
Cohn, on behalf of the Welfare board,
were authorized by the city council
to enter Into negotiations with K. L.
Schrleber of Brooklyn, N. Y., with a
view or engaging him for the position
o superintendent of the board.
Mr. Schrleber was recommended by
t A. Halbert, general superintendent
ot the Kansas City Welfare board, the
Brooklyn man having served six years
at Kansas City. For six months Mr.
Schrleber has been In child welfare
work at Brooklyn and is said to be
veil equipped by training and ex
perience for the Omaha position.
The new miperlntendent will he paid
tl.nOO to ft, MO a year. It Is understood he
will accept the Omaha proposition and
will be here within a week or so to be
gin his work.
The welfare board wll be given quarters
In the balcony of the city council
chamber, a space which has been used
only once In the last three years.
Speaking to the city Council. Mr.
turgess urged that It would be better to
engage a man who .is thoroughly ex
perienced In the work and thus have the
benefit of that experience right from the
FOLLOWS BODY OF
BISHOP TO CHURCH
(Continued from Page One.)
bishop. Hev. Father Stenson was mauler
Black Candles Horn at Bier.
Kurlng the prayers thoso of the uni
formed loclgemen who could crowid Into
the church knelt In the aisles. - The edi
fice was heavily draped and large black
candles burned be6lde the bier. A por
tion of the church was reserved for nuns
and sisters of the convent.
At the conclusion of the short prayer
service the lodgemen filed past the cas
ktt for a last view of the departed bishop,
the guard of Honor was resumed and the
. general public formed In line to file past
For the remainder of the afternoon and
all night the body lay In state and guards
of honor from the various Catholic Or
V ders alternated In watching.
It Is expected that the large church will
be crowded early this morning by the
hundreds who desire tt attend the fu
neral. No sittings will be reserved, ex
cept a few for nuns and priests.
Tie Funeral Profram.
The services will begin at 9:90 o'clock
with the chanting of the divine office by
a large number of Omaha and visiting
priests. Pontifical requiem mass will then
be celebrated by Archbishop James Keane
of Dubuque, one of the three attending
prelates of higher rank than the deceased
bishop. , . .
, Itery Rev. F. X. McMenamy, presIOent
and rector of Crelghton university, will
be the assistant In the mass. Rev. James
Ahernc of St. Agnes' parish and Ttev.
Facificus Kohnen ot St. Joseph's parish
will be deacons of honor. Rev. Father
McCarthy of St. Feter's church will .be
active deacon of the mass and Rev. Fer
dinand Schnuettgen of Hartington wiH
be sub-deacon. Masters of ceremonies
will be Hcv. James W. Stenson of Jt.
rhilomena's parish and ' Rev. Hugh
Oately, who was secretary to the deceased
Other assistants In the mass will be:
Rev. E. F. Flanagan, book bearer; Rev.
M. A. Stagno. candle bearer; Rev. David
Nellgan and Rev. W. Halllnan, acolytes;
Rev. .F. Borer, thurifer; Rev. M. Brons
gccHt, J., and Rev. Theobald Kala
inaja, O. F. M., antiphonarlans.
Ireland to Preach Sermon.
AichlilHhop John Ireland ot St. I'aul,
one of Iho foremost Catholic orators in
tl.e I'nil'Cd States, will arrive this morn
ing and will preach the funeral sermon,
following the pontlfkal mass.
1.4 t ubxolutions will tlieii be said by
tlisliop McOovern, Bishop Tlhcn, Bishop
Davis and Hlnhop C'arrigan. Archbishop
Km no will administer the tlnal absolu
tion at the close of the services.
Burial will be In Holy Sepulchre ccme
leiy. the grave being in about the cen
ter of the priests' lot, near the graves of
former Bls'iops O'Connor and O'Uorman.
Monsigiior A. M. Colanerl will probably
conduct the brief burial service, which
.consist of prayers and the Interment cere
mony, following the sprinkling of holy
water tmd the use of Incense. AH -tho
iiet will attend and participate In the
Oiuatia priest were the active pall
bearers for the prQccsslon to the church.
j riJ w.ll Imo perforin that service at the
funeral. They are;
Rev. I). P. HarrinRU.' Rev. P. A. Flanagan,
Hev. ,1. h li n.l. la k, Kev. Stephen iKiwil.
Rev. Bernard Slnne. Rev. 11. Sclioof,
Rev. John Joimitis. Rev. J. Iletlwer.
These prominent, laymen were honorary
pallbearers in the procession and will aUj
serve at, the funeral:
.lohn A McShane. V. .1. Burklev.
W. I (ami I Lnn.
T. t Byrne,
). C. Stapleiou.
r. J. Smyth.
Dr. c. t Alison,
V.. W. Dixon.
Jsmes I. Woodard,
.1. H Mcr-hane.
T, J. p Brlen.
Louis C. Nash.
r'r. T. J. Dwver.
Dr. R. W. Connell.
M. R. Murphy.
John N. 1 ai:gherty.
J. A. C Kennedy,
Many (klMm View . Body.
A touching featute at the blshoprl-?
yenterday while the body was still lylny
In Mate there was the presence of msny
children. They braved the bad weather
to view the body for the last tlma, and
reverently kneel In prayer at Its Side for
The body was clad In the 'purple robe
of the high office the deceased prelate
bad held In Omaha for a quarter of a
rentury. At the four corners of the rich,
bronze casket stood guards of honor from
the fourth degree of the Knights of Co
lumbus, who carried unsheathed swords
pointing odwnward, and wore the black
and purple mourning clothes and Insignia
befitting the solemn occasion.
Archbishop Heaao ArrlTea.
Archbishop James Keana of Dubuque,
metropolitan of the province ot which
I he Omaha diocese Is a part, arrived
here Monday night and is thr guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Nash.
Archbishop John Ireland of St. Paul,
who will preach the funeral sermon, and
An hbiahop John Joseph Glennon of St.
Iou1n, will arrtve In Omaha early tnli
Diwu'ng, wheu a number of bun.
who will preach funeral ser
mon for Bishop Scannell.
ops and prominent priests will also come
from distant cities to attend the funeral.
Monsignor Colanerl, who will adminis
ter the diocese until a bishop Is appointed
by Pope Benedict, has received many ad
ditional telegrams from prelates and
priests, those who are able to come to the
funeral stating Iliat Tact, and many
others communicating their deep sorrow
at the death of Bishop Scannell and ex
plaining their inability to attend , the
Bishop Don Una; lo Come.
Among the latest bishops to arrange to
coifle are Bishop Dowllng of Des Moines,
Bishol Busch of St. Cloud. Minn., and
Bishop Cunningham of Concordia. Bish
ops who had previously wired that they
would come for the funeral were Bishop
Tihen of Lincoln, Bishop Duffy of Kear
ney, Bishop Garrigan of Sioux City,
Bishop Hennessey of Wichita. Bishop
Burke of St. Joseph, Bishop Glass of
Salt I-nko nnd Bishop Davis of Davcn
pot. h.'shop Patrick McQovorn of Chey
enne Is already tuye.
-Prominent priests who have Just wired
Ihsi tiiey will come for the funeral in
clude Monsignor Flavin of Des Moines,
Rlgfit Rev. Abbot Frowln, O. .8. B., of
Conception, Mo.; Rev. William Lee of
Beaumont, Tex., who will represent
Bishop Gallagher of Galveston; Rev. Will
lam Howlett of Denver, who will repre
sent Bishop Mats of Denver, whose Ill
ness prevents his attendance; Rev. P. J.
Gleason ot Nashville and Rev. Father
C.ni of Ch'rago," old friends of Bishop
Knlghta In Honor Guard.
Fourth degree Knights of Columbus,
who alternated in the guard of honor, up
to the time of the procession, were com
manded by B. W. Slmeral, master of the
Nebraska-Dakota district. They were:
W. H. Bauiner, J. P. Byrne,
C. J. Assman, W. Britt, Jr.;
P. G. H. Boland, Thomas Lynch,
8. P. Farhat, M. B. Corey.
Val Peter, C McLaughlin,
B. M. Mlele. W. C. Frasier.
Paul Martin. Dr. P. T. Conlan,
J. W. Madden, J. J I. Mullen,
J. K. FiUpatrick. V. J. Dorsey.
Ntant Guard at Mght. ,
Various other Catholic societies fur
nished guards of honor at the bier Ih the
church yesterday afternoon and through
out the night. Beginning at 6 o'clock on
Wednesday morning, and until the fu
neral begins at 9:30 these other fourth
degree Knlghts of Columbus will form the
guard of honor: Dr. F. J. Despecherf
Patrick Duffy. J. M. Nachtengall,
William Mulcahy, Thomas Oerin.
P. F. McGough. l'eoA- 11Aoffin;n,
Frsnk O. McCaffery William A. Schall,
J F Hurk, Robert H. Bushman
F. J." Rossliacli, J. J. Rossbaeh,
During the entire funeral service six
special guards of honor, consisting of
ficers of the Knights of Columbus, will
stand around the bier. They will be:
1 K W. Slmeral. Ttiomaa P. Redmond
Frank J. Coad. Thomas B. Coleman
t t- i'..lu .T XI Hnn.n.
Priest Arrested In Ctanrrh,
PARIS, Jan. 10. According to a llavas
dispatch from Salonlkl. under Sunday's
date, Bulgarisn priests were arrested
Sundsy In the Bulgarian church at Salon
ika and taken to the allied base by a
detachment of troops of the entente
Don't Suffer Needlessly
An eminent physician states that fully
a of all diseases have their origin in
stomach troubles, so If you suffer from
dyspepsia, indigestion, bad breath, belch
ing, sour stomach, uncomfortable feeling
of fullneh after eating, sleeplessness or
tired feeling, you should promptly seek
to aid your stomach In performing the
functions that nature intended. lie lav
often results In a rapid undermining of
the entire system, resulting In the utter
wrecking of health. However, whenever
the stomach can take csre of food and
properly distribute nourishment to all
parts of the body a healthy condition Is
sure to result. Stomach suffereia should
avoid harsh purgatives, which generally
serve to aggravate the trouble, and
promptly gi.-e TARLKH'B STOMACH
TABLKTS a trial. Being absolutely free
from harmful and habit forming drugs
and containing the best known acid neu
tralize combined with pure, soothing,
strengthening and healing ingredients
scientifically combined, their anion while
mild, cannot help being beneficial to any
stomach sufferer.. JABLKK'8 STOMACH
TABLETS are solifpn a positive guaran
tee of satisfaction or your money re
funded by all reliable druggists. If your
drugKlsi should happen to be out of them,
he will gladly get them for you. Adver
tisement. Thousands of Fine
at Half Price
DR. C. IMPEY DIES
Veteran Omaha rhyi.cian Seiied by
FaUl Attack at He is About
to Enter Hospital.
WAS SIXTY-THREE YEARS OLD
Dr. i'hsrles Imrey. veteran practicing
physician and surgeon of Omaha, died
yesterday aftc.-nr.on at 5:30 from a
hemorrhage ot the brain.
Dr. Impey had Just stepped from his
automobile sol was going up the walk
to enter the Wi.e Memorial hospital when
he was suddenly seised by the hemor
rhage and he died almost Instantly. The
end was as unexpected as It was sud
den. Dr. Impey was In Ae best of
health a few moments before seized by
Dr. Impey was torn In Favannah, Mo.,
sixty-three years ago. He was a grad
uate of the t'nlvetslty of Louisville, Ken
tucky, where he earned his degree In
medialne. He was a practicing physician
and surgeon In Ou.sha since lfws.
He lived at ?b23 Taclflc street and had
an office with 1.1s son. Dr. O. C. Impey,
In the Rrandeis Theater building.
Dr. Impey Is survived by his wife, one
sister In Oraha.n. Mo.; three sons. Dr. C.
C. Impey and J. K. Impey of Omaha and
C. F. Impey of Oakland. Cal.. and two
laughters. Mrs. W. H. Downey of Omaha
and Mrs. E. H. Rlhke.ly of Oakland, Cal.
No arrangements have yet been made
for the funeral.
How Eight German
Subseas Were Lost
(Associated Press Correspondence.)
ATHENS, Dec. ZB How eight German
submarines that set out to attack the
British great fleet were either dea'rjyed
or captured 'was described In a story told
by Lord Kitchener on his recent visit
here. No public account of the affair
Was ever given.
"When the maneuvers of the great fleet
were held about a month ago north of
Scotland,'; said Lord Kitchener, "eight
German submarines of the newest and
strongest type went out with the purpose
of getting to the fleet and playing havoc
with the maneuvers One rami, in r-if
! In our North Sea net. The other nosed
inrougn ana approached the fleet. But
there was another net heading them off.
They tried to break through to get around
to find an opening. But there was none.
Two mole were lost in this effort. Fin
ally tho remainder decided to return to
their base at Helgoland.
"But they could no longer find the
way out. The gate and the net had
been closed. Two more were Iot desper
ately trying to let through. Th ivm.i,..
lng three finally were forced to come to
the surface and surrender themselves.
We took them Intact crews, submarined
Culled from, the Wire.
The annual convention of the Western
Retail Implement. Vehicle and Hardware
Dealers' asxoclatlon, held Its first day's
session at Kansas City. Four hundred
delegates are present from Missouri.
Kansas. Oklahoma, Iowa and Nebraska.
Frederick Grelsheimer was found
guilty In the (n Frsnclsco superior
court of having obtained money from Dr.
Karl Muck, director of the Boston Sym
phony orchestra, under false pretenses.
He wss sentenced to eighteen months in
San Quentin penitentiary.
The recent ruling of the Missouri pub
lic service commission, regarding the pro
posed plan of reorganizing the St. I-nuix
& Snn Francisco (Frisco) railroad, was
accepted at Jerrerson city with one ex
ception by representatives of the reor
ganisation mansgers. The exception it
tho "voting trust" feature.
Unfavorable reports were returned by
the house Judiciary committee on resolu
tions asking the president for details of
unneutral plots mentioned In his annual
message and seeking Information from
the Department of Justice about any
steps tsken by the government in connec
tion with Increased gasoline prices.
NO NEED to suffer the discom
forts of winter when Amer
ica's tropics are only a short
trip away. Here Nature has lavishly
bestowed her gifts. There's a charm
in the climate and a fascination in the
historic and beautiful surroundings.
Now is the time to go. The trip can be
made at moderate cost and quickly and
comfortably via the
Milwaukee & St. Paul
oter daily trains make convenient con
y nections in Chicago with through trains
f5l?L. for the Suth and East-
VC '"?7. tf N Through roilrocJ nj ilteptng cat lidtU
Wf.'jAs mnj full Information ml
FJfc&&?2fZ' 1317 Farnnm Srt. Dm lis.
DIES OF HEMORRHAGE AS HE
DR. CHAKLKS 1MTKY.
CENSORS MUST HUSTLE AS
RESULT OF U. S. PROTEST ',
WASHINGTON, Jan. li-An Immediate
result of the protest of the Vnlted States
against British Interference with first
class mail passing between the t'nltcd
States and neutral Ruropean countries Is
expected to be a speeding up of the Eng
lleh censors and prompt dispatch of such
mall aa they examine and decide to pass.
Don't Be Bilious,
Enjoy life! Liven your liver
and bowels tonight and
Wake up with head clear, stom
ach sweet, breath right,
Take one or two Cascarets tonlaht and
enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and bewel '
cleansing you over experienced. Wake
up feeling grand, your head will be clear,
your tongue clean, breath sweet, stomach
regulated and your liver and thirty feet
of bowels active. Qet a box at any drug
store now and get straightened up by
morning. Stop the headache, biliousness.
bad colds and bad days. Feel fit and i
ready for work cr play. ' Cases rets do I
not gripe, sicken or Inconvenience you
the next day like salts, pill or calomel.
Mothers should give a whole Cascaret
anytime to cros, aick, bilious or feverish
children because 'it will act thoroughly
and can not Injure. Advertisement.
ADVERTISE IN THE
Rufui Wihon of Seattle Commercial
Club Gives Omaha Ad Men Ad
vice on Publicity.
ADVERTISING WAY TO SUCCES3
"Don't be afraid to spend money
In your local newspapers for adver
llslna; th poBllmtlr-n and municipal
Institutions of your community,"
was a statement made by Kufus It.
Wilson, chairman of the publicity
committee of th Seattle Commercial
club, In a talk at noon yesterday to
th Omaha Ad elbu.
The visitor spoke on "Coninninlty
Advertising" as one of the necessi
ties of modern business life.
"To make vour community dexelopment
work success: i." he said, ";ou flr-t
should know thst jour tofn is a desir
able ptRr-e to ilv. and do business In. and
you should ha i sound renson for sd
vertl;lng. and tl'en adopt a c.mvlucl'ig
manner of advertising your community
to the world. You should be able to say
with truth that your community Is equal
or superior to other communities.
"A limited prog-am Is desirable. Th
Furniture at Genuine Reductions
that are resulting in quick nales. The assort
ment is largo ami is constantly being added
to from our immense stock of poods. Any
room in our home can he outfitted from tho
pieces in this sale at von' definite savings.
This partial list suggests the possibilities
Regular January Sale Prlca.
1139.00 Colonial Scroll DressT $00.00
$125.00 Odd Chiffonier In mahogany, Colonial
$117.00 Three pieces, mahogany buffet, china
cabinet and serving table $50.00
$ 46.00 Tapestry covered easy chair $127.00
$ 20.00 Fumed oak open top desk, cane panel
$ 56.00 Old English Flanders Chair $20.00
1 ni.00 White enamel chiffonier $19.00
$ 36.00 Cretonne covered easy chair $17.50
$ 33.00 Dining Table, golden oak, wax fin
ish, 4 8-Inch top $22.50
$ 17.00 Arm Chair, golden oak, wax finish,
mission style, wing back $12.00
Entire stock Comforts and
Reductions in QUALITY RUGS Now That Will NOT Be Offered
Mci n" f A-l. Q: Mnnlk. Such as Hardwlck & MareeBundhar and French Wiltons,
Dale rriCeS tor Another OIX MOntnS ,ittall Anglo-Persian and Anglo-Indians. Hartford.
Saxony Rugs and others. This Is the time to make your rug purchases if an actual money saving ia of Inter
est. Here are a few Items nnd siics then there are more.
Sale of Bric-a-Brac
A clearing of article fr gift a and decorative
purposes that mciins n saving of about HALF to you.
W hy not atop hi and look at tliein?
White enamel bird
$ 6.75 Bamboo shade for floor lamp $2.00
$13.20 Bamboo and Copper Shade for Floor
$12.80 Bamboo and Copper Shade for Floor
$ 4.50 "Three In One" Wedgewood Coffee
$ 2.50 Artificial Flowers $1.25
$ 4.00 Sardine Box .$2.00
ORCHARD & WILHELM CO.
414.416-418 South 16th Street.
. 'r' i. J.
rrt rWltTTIvwnilflTT i
iiinst successf.il communities todsy sre
doing ore or ! things at a time. I
maintain thst an expert should havs
ihsrce of community development work
You should cultivate a friendly spirit
n lib other communities, snd dn not over
look the community Interest between the
country and to n. Development work
muM be Intensive as well ss extensive.
The man on he (.round should be lookSd
sfter as well ss the proseetlve new
comer. As n rule the man who seeks a
bonus to locate lr n community Is a lame
duck. l-t Mm slone.
"I'on't get it Into your hesd thst com
munity development Is a one-man Job.
Team work Is necessary If you expect to
get anywhere. Your commissioner of the
4'ommerclai club and your publicity msn
sger must bsve an army of enthusiastic
loosters behln'l them. You must have
the will to suecied."
Mr. Wilson went Into detail to Illustrate
bow latent possibilities of various com
munities have eep cultivated Into strong
life through earncrt and Intelligent com
MEX SHOWS UP IN POLICE
COURT WITH A BIG ROLL
Victor herda, Mexican, charged with
carrying conceal-?! weapons, gave police
court attaches palpitation of the heart
when he smiled nnd drew the $25 fine as
sessed against Mm from a roll aggregat
ing $4S4. Kerdj's personal appearance
would not warrant that he had a nickel.
Orchard & Wilhelm
f 40.00 Walnut
Wool Blankets at
January Hale Price
Every Room at the Eort
Dearborn Hotel, Chicago, is now
S1.50 per day no higher. You
don't have to asfy the clerk
the rate when you register.
500 rooms with private bath or private
toilet all with outside air and light
FORT DEARBORN HOTEL
La Salle Street it Van Buren
Plraclioa of HOTEL EHEUIAN 'COUPANV
HOW TO STOP
Tll Home Made Hair Tonic Htopg
Dandruff and Falling Hair In a
You ren remove dandruff and stop tha
hair from falling nut In a few nights by
the use of the following simple recipe
which you can mix at home or bsve put
up at any drug store at very little cost,
tt does not color the hair and Is per
Water One-half Ptnl
Hay Rum One Ounra
Teaola Compound ....One-o,uarter Otine
(llycerlne One-quarter Oune
A half-pint Is all you need, nub It Into
the scalp well at nights and after a few
applications the dandruff and scalp erup
tions will disappear and the hair will
stop falling out and become oft and
proves it 25c at all druggists.
a-i i v i I irt . i
iBMt. iii n !
January Pale Prlre.
Toilet Table SZU.OO
? 39.00 Walnut Toilet Table , $25.00
$ 60.00 Dowry Chest, solid mahogany. .. .$30.00
$ 08.00 Leather Covered Settee $22.50'
$ 72.00 leather Covered Settee $25.00
$ C4.00 Dining Table, golden oak, 54-lnch
top, 8-foot extension $20.00
$ 32.00 Open top Circassian Walnut Desk. $20.00
$ 46.00 Old Oak Settee, wing back, can seat
and bark $25.00
$ 86.00 Fumed Oak Settee, complete with
two cushions $55.00.
e 39.00 Mahogany Dressing Table, Colonial
$ 60.00 Early English Duffet $30.00
Clearance Sale Prices.
Regular January Sale Price.
$22.50 4-6x12 Ilest body Brussels Rug..$10.50
$22.50 4-6xfi Bundhar Wilton Rug $18.50
$16.75 4-6x7-6 Plain Rego Wilton Rug.. $12.50
$10.50 3x12 Snnford Axmlnster Runner.. $ 7.50
$25.00 3x15 Hartford Saxony Runner. .. .$17.50
$22.50 3x15 Bundhar Runner $15.00
$20.00 6-9x9-6 Ulgelow Axmlnster Ru...$13,50
$30.00 6x9 Plain 8eamless Chenille Rug.. $25.00
$31.50 (!x9 Bundhar Wilton Rug $25.00
$50.00 8-3x10-6 Hardwlck Wilton Rug...$43.50
$3 2.00 8-3x1 0- Best Body Brussels Rug, $25.00
$19.50 7-6x9 Ten Wire Tapestry $13.50
$12.00 9x12 Cross Seam Tapestry $ 0.05,
$16.60 9x12 Cross Seam Tapestry $11.05
$20.00 9x12 Cross Seam Axmlnster Rug.. $12.05
$29.50 9x12 Seamless Axmlnster Rug. . . .$22.50
$36.00 9x12 Best Body Brusaell Rug $20.50
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