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THK HKK: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, W,
OGDEN ARMOUR IS
Chicago Packer and Other Men of
Great Wealth Partners in
ANNOUNCEMENT IS IMPRESSIVE
B'NAI frith-day Bringing Up Father
Dr. Coffee and Hiram Frankel Dis
tinguished Guest of Honor
of the Order.
CHICAGO. Jan. U.-The names of
Charles Wffshmin'l partner In the
ewnershlp of the Cb.ii nco National lesme
team came aa lmprea.lv e news to CM
follow era of tho fm today.
The new magnates Hr Multimillion
aire J. Ogdcn Armour. president of
Armour Co.. the packer. Julius Rosen--w
Id. president of Sars, Iloctun k and
company: William Wilgley, Jr.. a widely
known manufacturer, and "one of the
t'liireco's tiiKet bankers."
In giving out these nmne at a ban
quet last nlglit Mr. Wecghman did not
divulge the name of the hanker and
Identified htm only a "one of the blg
sest." another millionaire. Julius Rosenwald.
head of Nears. Roebuck and com
peny, may oecome a stockholder. A con
ference between him and Weeghman has
beeh Arranged for thla week.
DAY IS FILLED WITH EVENTS
Managers of Pugs
, Having a Gabf est
at Kansas City
KANSAS CITT. Mo.. Jan. 17. Jem
Wlllard. heavyweight champion pugilist,
arrived here today to alk ever with Tora
Jones, hla manager. hid anbmrtted yes
terday for a fight between tb champion
and rrank Moran of Pittsburgh. Jonea
told, friend he wanted a Torrple of
days to think thlnri over before decid
Among the pmenotera Mddfnr for the
battle who waited here to aarertaln Jonea'
decision were Jark Carter, who has
made an offer of mj00 a Wlllards
share of t&a prorewda; Barney Oldfleld,
tha satomoMle racer, wise, with " Jim
f" of roth, would take the racteat to Tle
Juana. tier too. and WSBj Weffman, rep
resenting Tea: SJdkard of Kew Tork. If
Cnrley lands' ttm rSajbt fcr wHI present It
In New Tork.
Wlllard cxpwca to go to Ezcelsior
Hp rings. Mo, anas to begin preliminary
training, H detaiaa be to m flrat claaa
Earl Caddock Will
, j Call Of Bout with
i; the Terrible Turk
.'"fhe Eearl Raddrfc-Telff Huaaana
wrestling match carded for Conneil Bluf fa
February 7 probably wflf fee cancelled.
Earl Caddock ta snddenry seised with
t attack of the grip and a talih fever
at Creaton. Ia.. yewterAay morning, and
according" to report at err III.
Caddock was acbedatad to meet John
Frieberg at Creaton leat ajtght. but waa
forced to caU oft the koot Caddock will
return to hla noma at A aft. Ta., today.
Ha axprcti to caU off afl hla matches for
the Beit month, tncIndlL the Martenson
and Huaaane boats.
; I Braves to Keep Out
of Basket Ball
BOMTON. Jan. 17. Percy Haughton,
president of the Boston Natlonnia, al
ready baa exerc.laed hla aathortty In dis
ciplining players. Announcing himself aa
oppoaed to basket baa playing by any
member of the Brawta, becajiae of the
poaaihlHty of injury, he wro to Walter
Maraavtlle cautioning him aaaUnat Uklng
part to Indoor gaoaaa. MaraavUle had
staged Ma Intention of Jetnlaer a team
which would tnrlnde Jaarcin f the Red
Sux. Connolly ef the WakhBian. Nuna
maker of the New Tork. Anaartcana and
' Rah of the ProWiac latrraaUonala.
KID FARMER PUGILIST.
DIES OF TUBERCULOSIS
CHICAGO. Jan. n.-Benny relnberg.
Im'own In pugtUatlo etrclea mm tae original
-Kid Farmer." dd today at the home
of hla parents cere of tubarculoala. lie
foscht aa a featherweight and as a wel
terweight and was said to hare had 171
encounters, of which he lost flve When
he started as a pcglllit he' won forty
eight bouts without a defeat.
DA.HLMAN FAVORS BONDS
FOR PURCHASE OF PARK
It waa a full day's program with
which B'nil Brlth day was cele
brstert yetiterdky In Omaha. Distin
guished Rii's'". leaders In the B'nai
U rith order from Chicago and St.
Paul were In the' rlty to take part
In the program and the apeaklng. at
the banquet at l:ie ioyai Hotel In
the evening, at the Initiation of new
members in the afternoon and at the
program and speaking at Temple
Inrael in the evening.
The diatingiilahed gueeta were Dr. I
Rudolph I.. Coffee of Chlcaao. superln- j
tendent of the social aervlee bureau of .
the order, and Hiram I. FYankel of ft.
Paul, chairman of the propaganda onm
mltte'e of thla dlatrlct. The social service
department of the oritanliatlon la the
neweat feature of B'nal B'rlth work. Dr. j
Coffee waa called from hla place at Pitta- ,
burgh to Chicago to take charge of the
aoclal aervlee department of the B'nal
B rlth for the entire t nltel atea.
Thla annual celebration day la made a I
kind of propaganda day on which time j
special enthualaam for the work Is brought j
out and new energy la launched In the j
movement. The celebration yealerday
followed a big campaign for membership :
In Omaha. durtnK which time a special
membership committee put forth strong j
efforts with the result that sixty new
members were Initiated In the afternoon j
at 3 o'clock at Modern 'Woodman hall. In I
the Joint meeting of the Nebraska and
McKlnley branches of the order. !
B'nal B'rlth, translated to. English r
meana ' xons or tne t-ovensnt.
The order Is Just a trifle over sixty
five years old, and now has membership
In every quarter nf the globe. The mem
bership Is especially strong In the United
States, the European countries, and In
the Orient. Tt Is organised for philan
thropic and altruistic purposes. Originally
there mas an Insurance feature and a sick
benefit department, but these two have
been entirely eliminated.
The order now does not conduct an In
surance or benefit department, nor does
It do charity work In the way f direct
relief, but it builds hoapltala and Insti
tutions and maintains them for the care
of Its-orphan and Indigent.
In accordance with this policy. It lis
built orphan asylums at Cleveland, At
lanta, New Orleans, a national hospital
for tuberculosis st Denver, and a big
sanitarium at Hot Springs, Ark.
An informal reception for the two
visitors from St. Paul and Chicago waa
hold at the Pontenetle hotel In the fore
noon, Sunday. At 2 o'clock the program
of Initiating the class of sixty new Omaha
members In the Nebraska and MeKlnley
lodges began, at Woodmen hall.
Banaaet at Loyal.
At o'clock sharp a banquet waa held
at Hotel Loyal where Istdor Zlegler and
Isadore Boes responded to toasts, and
Miss Father Kpateln spoke for the
women's auxiliary. Arthur Kosenblum
The banquet was rushed through with
all neat dispatch, and by shortly after I
o'clock the program began at Temple
Israel. The Misses Charlotte Abrama,
Cecelia Feller and Mrs. Blanche Moiihelt
gave musical numbers, and Dr. Rudolph
I. Coffee, Qcbbl Frederick Cohn and
Henry Monaky spoke.
The committee on arrangements for the
day's celebration was, for the Nebraska
lodge. Rabbi Cohn, John Alperson, Nathan
Bernstein, M. Monhelt, Emll Oans and
A. J. Miller. The McKlnley lodge com
mittee is: Henry Monaky,-Carl C. Katie
man, ArUiur Kosenblum, EMward Ptmon,
Martin U Sugarman, Harry A. Wolf,
laadore Rea and Pr. Abe Qreenberg.
Mlaa Bess Levey, Mrs. Arthur B. Ros
enbhim. Miss Louise Schoenberger, Miss
Mai vlna Newman and Mis Sarah Leaf
are the committee from , the women's
auxiliary, one of the few foman's or
ganisation affiliated with the order In
this district. .
At a meeting of tb city coancO com
mittee of the tKo1 Mayor. Dahlman re
affirmed his belief that tt wouM be wise
for the city to vote bonds ka April for
ths purchase of the I'M) up et on tract on
Sherman avenuo and the Caid well, and
Hamilton pro pert law on South Twentieth
There are 4.11 acres In the Pvppleton
tract, which ia aald to be desirable for
park purposes. .
Consideration of the snarttcr was de
ferred thirty lays on account of the ab
sence of Commlaalocer Kugel.
GIRL SHOT BY WATCHMAN
ABLE TO LEAVE HOSPITAL
Utile Ida Ktrouu, who was shot by a
watchman at the illy dump while she
was playing solder with her brothers,
has won her fljlu tor life. She is now
able to lesve St. Joseph hosultal. County
Attorney Magnty says he. probably will
(lie a charge avail st K. C. Baker, the
watrhnian whot revolver caused the
Stockholm Mayor, :
Ford Peace Envoy,
May Lose His Office
THE HAGUE (Via London). Jan. 17.
Dr. Charles F. Aked, Mma. Roatka
eVhwtmmer, and other members of the
Ford peace board after having vainly
appealed to the German mtnlater at The
Hague for permission for the Scandi
navian peace delegatea to return home
through Germany, telegraphed today to
Berlin for the desired permits. Recent
efforts of members of the Ford party to
cross Germany have been blocked by
the German military authorities with tha
explanation that the delegates are unde
sirables. Twenty-five aubjecta of Denmark,
Sweden and Norway, who came hero
with the peace expedition, are desirous
to return to their home which they are
I unable to do, unless by way of tbw
I North 8a. This route Is rrgsrded un
safe. Included in thoae marooned here
is Paul Lyndhagen, mayor of Stockholm,
who aays he may lose hla position un
less he returns soon.
Mme. Nchwlmmer, who Is a Hungarian,
wired authorltlee at Berlin that the
blockade against the returning delegatea
la proving a great inconvenience to the
expedition, and urged the lifting of the
NORMAN HACKETT TO GIVE .
LECTURE FOR DRAMA LEAGUE
Mr. Norman Hsckett. now playing at
lie lirandeia, will lecture for the Omaha
net Ion of the Drama league on "Bhakes-ix-are"
this afternoon.' at the High
x feeol auditorium- The hour is 4 o'clock.
Members of the Drama league and teach
ers are especially interested in this, but
the public generally ia invited.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR
WILLIAM BARNES TODAY
The funeral of William T. Barnes. T5-yter-old
civil war veieraa, who commit
ted, suicide by shooting Saturday, will
be held at 4 o'clock this afternoon from
thi Cpt. SlA&Ll Burial will be Is
FoiestJ iewu rmetery.
The Turks in Persia
PETROO RA D, Jan. 17.-V1 London.)
-An official statement given out today
"Western ( Russian I front: There Is
no change In the situation.
"Caucasus: lu the course of the fight
ing January 14 we captured twenty Turk
ish offleera and more than 4u0 men: a
quantity of war and engineering material
and previsions; one heavy gun and seven
other guns and eight machine guns.
"Persia: In tho fighting at Kangaver,
half way between llamadirti and Kerman-
eheh, we took many prisoners. The army
abandoned many dead on the battlefield.
Our losses were Insignificant, -'
Southeast of liamadan f drove back
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus.
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ALL AMERICANS !
AT MADERA SAFE!
Foreigners in Western Chihuahua
City Are Reported to Be in
COWMEN. THOUGHT SLAIN, 0. K.
DO NOT SEE PAPEN
Teutonic Diplomat at Washington
Say Money Not Paid Horn
Till After Bridge Attack.
THINK MATTER NOT SERIOUS
CHIHUAHUA CITY, Mexico., Jan.
17. All Americans and other for
eigners at Madera, in western Chi
huahua, are safe, according to a tel
egraphic message received today
These Include Roy and Bert Kra
mer, who, with their father. Dr. P.
Kramer, ranchman, were reported to
have been slain by Villa troops. The
cattlemen. Den Snell and Frank
Woods, and James Locke, an em
ploye of the Barbrlcora ranch, con
cerning whom there was much ap
prehension, were reported to have
arrived at La Junta.
Later it was sold the Kramers, with
Wood and Bn"il, went to the mountains
to bring out Vr. Kramer, and were ex
pected back at Ta. Junta tomorrow morn
ing. Nhot In I. eg.
Dr. Kramer, T-ho was reported to have
been killed, was shot in the leg: by Villa
men, and he hid In the hills, while his
I'ons went to Maaera for help.
The special '.rain sent from El Paso to
Parral to take out forelttners there, will
leave tomorrow with all Americans and
their families. A majority of the for
eigners In this city have indicated an In
tention to remain, since the excitement
and apprehension incident to the Hanta
Ysabel massacre has died down. 'xne
Santa KulaJla mines may remain open
to furnish work for Mexicans who might
otherwise become discontented.
The illness of General Alvaro Obregon,
Carranxa military chief, is not serious,
according to advices from Queretaro, the
principal headquarters of Venustiano
Carranxa, first chief of tho recognized
Mexican government, lie Is said to be
suffering from throat trouble.
Itrfnaree Train Derailed.
EI, PASO, Tex., Jan. IS. A train from
Chihuahua, which Is said to be carrying
a large number of Americans and other
foreigners, who missed the special which
arrived two days ago, was expected to
reach Juares tonight This train waa
derailed last night about half way be
tween Juarex and Samalayuca. It left
Chihuahua yesterday morning.
Another train Juat behind It, was bear
ing, according to Juarex officials, the
body of Jose Rodriguez, tho former Villa
bandit chief, who was captured and
executed aa the commander of the bandits
who massacred eighteen Americans at
Hanta Ysabel last Monday, it was said,
however, that this train might not reach
Juares until tomorrow morning.
Reports were received here today Ihat
the relief train sent to bring foreigners
to the border from the vicinity of Parral
had left Parral this evening, but a
Chihuahua City dispatch contained the
statement that John Paskln, in charge of
the special train, had telephoned that he
would not lesve Parral until tomorrow.
Train Service Discontinued.
M. G. Rodriguez, superintendent ofthe
Jimincs-Juarez division of the National
railways of Mexico said today General
Argumedo, leading a band of 1,800 rebels
believed to be allied with former ad
herents of the late General Huerta, was
In the neighborhood of Camanlche, south
of Torreou. Operation of trains between
Chihuahua City and Madera has been dis
continued. Funeral zervicea were held today for
C. R. Watson, general manager of the
Cuslhuhrachlo Mining company, and foi
R. P. Macllatton of Los Angeles, two of
the victims of the Santa Ysabel massacre.
MacHatton was interred here. William
J. Wallace, the last of the victims, will
be Interred tomorrow.
Watson's young son in the uniform of
student of a Los Angeles military
academy, was saluted by United States
regulars as he marched in the procession
f the members of the Masonic lodge who
ccompantod the body to the tomb.
WASHINGTON. Jsn. 17.-Accounts of
Ihe German embassy, It became known
tonight, prove. In the opinion of embassy
officials that if Captain Frans von Papen.
recalled military attache paid any money
by check to Warner Horn, it waa not
until after Horn had been arrested
charged with blowing up the Canadian
Pacific railway bridge st Vanceboro, Me.
london dispatchea have stated that
stubba in von Papen's check book taken
from him by the British authorities at
Falmouth, nhowed a check for $700 drawn
to Horn's credit the day after the at
tache had received 12,000 from the Ger
it.non Paid to Paiea.
According to the embassy account a it
was said, 2,000 was paid to von Papen
within a few days after the explosion at
Vanceboro to defray expenses In con
nection with the defense of Horn, a Ger
It also was intimated at the embassy
that If von Papen had paid money to
Hans Adam von Wedlll, Indicted in New
York for an alleged passport fraud, it had
been to assist him legally. Von Wedlll
fled after being indicted.
Officials of the 8tate department have
Indicated that It was Important to know
whether the payment to Horn waa made
before or after the explosion. German
officials had repeatedly denied responsi
bility for the action of Horn, saying they
never had heard of him until after he
had been arrested. State department of
ficials have intimated that if they would
prove Horn had received money from a
German source before he blew up the
bridge, it might result in diplomatic cor
respondence with Berlin.
Interest In Detalla,
In official and diplomatic circles, much
Interest was shown today In additional de
tails regarding the contents of the docu
ments taken from Captain von Papen,
whtvh purported to show that payments
were made to Paul Koenig, the Hamburg
American line official tried in New York
for conspiracy and to von Wedlll. In
Teutonic diplomatic circles, no attempt
will be made to deny that such payments
had been made. Koenig, It was pointed
out, was "was engaged In detective work"
and It was to be expected that he would
Orient Receiver Isv
Found Dead in Bed
wtnttTA. Kan.. Jan. 17. James Osk-
j ley Davidson, one of the receivers for the
Kansas City. Mexico ft Orient railroad
while that system waa in the hands ef
the I nlted States court, was found dead
In bed today at his home, rhyslclana
said that death waa caused by compli
cation of diseases. Mr. Davidson was
widely known in financial circles. He
was ono of the developers of the natural
gas industry In Ksnsas and Oklahoma
and was 68 years of age.
Bey Attacked by Eagle,
Emmett Shortal, 10-year-old eon of
Harry Shortal, a farmer living southwest
of Jerseyville, 111., ws attackrd by an
eagle while playing In the barnyard.
Frederick iJindon. a neighbor, heard the
boy screaming and ran to hie ald. The
big bird was pecking at the hov e head
and clawing his face. Lftodnn beat off
the eagle with a fence rail. The boy was
The eagle flew away, but returned to
the barnvard half an hour later, swooped
down on'a young pig and carried It away
in Ms talons. Shortal estimated the
weight of the pig at more than fifty
pounds. Chicago Herald. - -
GET RID OF SCROFULA
HOW? TAKE S. S. S.
Fifty Years' Use Proves S. S. S.
Will Relieve Stubborn Cases.
Advertiser- and customer profit by the
Classified Ad" habit
You have noticed the little festering
pimples on the face and body swelling
of the glands soreness in the legs and
arm muscles. These sre the symptoms ,
of Scrofula. You may have some ef
these - symptoms, possibly the taint of
Scrofula infection. But in either case,
it is a dangerous condition. Your blood
is Infected, impure, an! you can never
hope to gain perfect health until tha
impurities are washed from the system.
If you feel badly all the time, you muet
crave health. If you want to feel re
newed spirits, the glow of perfect health,
bright eyes, clear skin, the knowledge
tnat you ore well, you can do so. Cleanse .
your blood by taking S. S. 8. For TTft'
years it has been the standard blood
purifier. It rellevea the trouble by re
nourtsliing the blood, renewing It? .
strength, and stimulating the flow o
that tho blood regains its lost vitality,
and throws off the poison. Even long-
standing cases respond. Rut you. must
use S. S. S. Take it for all blood infec-.
tlons. Get it at your druggist's today.
If von need special advice write the
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Woman, Hundred and
Two Years of Age,
TORONTO, S. D., Jan. 17. (Special.)
One of tho most remarkable of the aged
women of the slate is Mrs. Karl A. Mun-
dahl of this city, who, on Janusry 13,
celebrated her one hundred and second
birthday. She is the mother of Mrs. B.
Mundahl snd John Mundahl, prominent
residents of Toronto. Karl Mundahl,
without doubt. Is one of the oldest women
of the northwest. She ia in the best of
health, but for a period of about four
years has been confined to her bed be
cause of an injury. She was born in '
Norway on January IS, 1814.
At the age of 28 s,ie was married to
Andrew Mundahl. Three children were
born to them, the two who reside in
Toronto, and another, who died In in
fancy. At the age of . 43 ber husband
died. In 1870 herself and two children
came to the United States, It requiring1
nine weeks to make the trip across the
Atlantic in a railing boat. They landed
at Quebec. For a time they, resided at
Madison, Wis., and later took up their
residence at Norway Grove, Wis.
The next move was. to Amdahl, Fill
more county, Minnesota, where they
lived four years. In the year 1875 the
plucky woman and . ber. two children
made another move, and this waa to
Renville county, Minnesota, the trip be
ing made by ox team. After plodding
Along the prairies for three weeks they
arrived at Fort Ridgely, then a military
post, but now the town of Fairfax.
Tho mother and two children moved on
a few miles to the postofflce of Bendon
township, where they took a homestead.
About twelve years ago Mrs. Mundahl ar
rived in Toronto, and has since made
ber home with her daughter.
Made to Order
They ire used today mere extensively
thin ever before in almost all lines ot work.
Look at the newspapers, magtnnes snd cir
cular matter going through the nuuls they -ire
all illustrated by engravinga . -
Tell ui the purpose for which you wish
to use engravings and well tell you now to
have them nude. Thit'i our business, mik
ing photo engraved plstea
We slso operate electrotype and
stereotype plants under the same
roof. Can furnish any itlnd of
Fits the knot of a four-io- hand
or bow perfectly. 2 ft 25.
Cluett, reabod & Co.. Inc., Makers
toward Peulatabad a detaohmcul consist
ing of the Austrian! and Germans."
bO.NDON, Jan. 1,-The Russian official
official intimation that the Germans are
fighting with the Turks In Persia.
-Advertiser and customer prufit by the
"Classified Ad' hsbit.
TWO MORE DEATHS FROM
SCARLET FEVER REPORTED
Maxwell llUitbut or 4304 I, street and
Clarence Frlekstn of I47S Grand, avenue.
1 yecr and J4 Mays of age, respectively.
diai of scarlet fiver.
Every room in the Fort
Dearborn Hotel, Chicago, is
now $1.50 per day.
Ji 500 rooms, all with private bath or
A "J- k 500 rooms,
3 ,n private toilet
FORT DEARBORN HOTEL
La Salle Street at Van Buren
DircHosi of Hotd StMrmM Conpur
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