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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1916)
T1IK NEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JANTARV J8, 1010.
TO KEEP KIDDIES
AWAY FROM MOVIES
Measure is Snpgsted at Prevent-j
ire to Spread of Contagions j
UTTERS SENT TO MANAGERS
The city council adopted a mo
tion offered by Commissioner Jsrdlne '
requesting managers of motion pic- j
lure meaiers ana parents to co
operate in excluding children under
a 2 years of aga.
Parents are asked to keep their
children from these places during the
scarlet fever epidemic and managers
are urged to refuse admittance to
children under twelve.
There is mo lgal status to this action
by the commissioners, who acted In what
they believed to bo public policy.
City Clerk O'Connor haa addressed let
ters to all motion plctura managers.
During- a discussion or the subject In
the council chamber a few days ago
emphaals wa placed upon the motion
picture theaters as prolific mediums of
-I observed a mother with a S-month-old
Infant at on of theaa places last eve
ning," remarked Commissioner Butler.
The suggestion was made that the
health commissioner be directed to order
these places closed for a stated period,
but this stringent regulation did not meet
EARLY RESIDENT AND FIONEER
PHYSICIAN IS DEAD.
Gives Part of His
Income to Fund for
Jewish Relief Work
Tlarry Green, Mar In the headline sketch,
"Remember tlrs Cherry Tree," at the Or
pheum this wcel:. gives 1 per cent of all
of his Income eact month to tho Jewish
He offered to help the local comm'ttee
1 any way .ie might. "I'll even go out
end sell parer. or anything Ilka that,"
DR. RICHARD C. MOORE.
To Fumigate All
Movies and All
the Street Cars
Health Commissioner Connell hns Is
sued Instructions that all motion picture
theaters and street cars must be fumlKa
ted once a day.
Picture show managers will be required
to start to fumigate aa soon as the last
show of the day Is over and to continue
the fumigation until within one hour of
An Inspector will make the rounds to
see that these orders are observed.
DRYS PLAN TO RAISE COIN
FOR THE FALL CAMPAIGN
Chairman Elmer Thomas of the finance
committee of the Douglas country dry
campaign working under the direction
of the Anti-Saloon league, held a meeting
of the committee together with a score
of dry sympathisers at the Commercial
club at noon and assigned the work of
soliciting subscriptions to the various
The committee hones to raise 2,V0
within about ten days or two weeks to
be used In the campaign for prohibition
HOME OF E. A. BENSON IS
ROBBED OF SILVERWARE
The home of Frastus A. Benson, Forty
eighth and Dodge streets, was visited by
burglars Wednesday night while the fam
ily was away from home. Entrance was
gained through a basement window, the
house ransack! and silverware to the
extant of 1100 stolen. . Several suspects
have been arrested.
Omaha Bov Writes
Story of Uncle Sam
Hawthorne Daniel, formerly of The
Bee rditorial staff and now writing for
marailnes In New York, Is the author
of an extended article In the last lasuo
of The Outlook. He accompanied a gov
ernment boat on a Flsherlea department
cruise, and his story, entitled "Uncle
Fam Goes Fishing,' tells of the etrango
fish pulled out of the deep. A number
of photos taken by Daniel illustrate his
IS TAKENBY DEATH
Dr. Richard C. Moore Dies at His
Home in Omaha After Long
LEADER IN HIS PROFESSION
and Ma religion wa Episcopalian. He I
survived by Ms widow, three dauiihtera,
Mrs. Victor White. Mr H. O. Jordan
and one niece. Miss I.lla Da Wolf of
and Mrs. R S. Westbrook, all of Omaha.
Deftnita arrangements for the funeral
have not yet been made, but It probably
will be held at Trinity cathedral Satur
day afternoon at i o'clock.
Dr. Richard Ctaannlns: Moore,
pioneer physician of Omaha, died
yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at
his home In the Norniandie apart
ments, after an Illness extending
over a period of five years.
Dr. Moore had been suffering from
a general breakdown during the
period and the end was more or less
Dr. Moore wss born In Qulncy,
III., November 25, 1841. lie was a
graduate of i Northwestern univer
sity, Chicago, getting his degree in
medicine there March 6, 1865. He
came directly to Omaha and began
practice here. He remained In
Omaha ever since.
On May 17. 1S&S, Dr. Moore returned to
Qulncy to wed Mla Eltsa Bushnell.
Dr. Moore was one of Omaha's most
prominent physicians and cltisens during
his long residence here. He was a mem
ber of the Commercial club and a trustee
In the Omaha Medical college.
Head of Medical Society.
In 1S87 Dr. Moore was president of the
Nebraska State Medical society and In
1K? was president of the Omaha Medical
society. In 1901 he was elected president
of the Missouri Valley Medical society.
He was always an active member In
In ISM. while atlll a student at North,
western. Dr. Moore waa honored with
the rank of acting assistant surgeon In
the United States army.
Dr. Moore was a republican politically
RESIGNS ALL INTEREST
IN PROPERTY OF FIANCEE
William S. Curtis, formerly of Webr
Oroves, Mo., who Is al.oul to marry Janet
Monroe Wallace, Omaha school tesrher
has resltned nil Inteiest !n her property
by a pre-nupilnl nHreenieut riled In the
office of Harry Tearoe, register of deed.
The agreement provMie that the mar
ling will have no effect on the owner
ship or descent of the properly.
System on Monday
The city council decided to conU1er the
propose! new electric lUMtng system be
fore committee of the whole nett Mon
day morning, hen the city elootrlclnn
and electric light romvang offh-leU will
be sked to explain features of the plan.
Cemmlsidoncr Wlthnell advised the coun
cil tVnl the ulan submitted was pre
pared bv City Elcvtrlolnn Oirran. It waa
announced that nil persons Interested In
this matter may appear nnd le heard net
Monday mnrninti. If thN plnn shH bo
approved, then t'e ioiin.il will lake tin
the matter of granting the light company
a contract for street lighting. The city
haa been without a contract for a year.
ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANY
PAYS OCCUPATION TAX
The Omaha Electric Ught and rower
company has reported lo the city a state
ment wherein (he total receipts for' light
and power last year la given at tl.onA..
4.117. The eompnny paid an occupation
tax of IXJtl C being 3 per cent of the
total receipts, less SIlG.iAI.M. amount of
the city lighting for the year.
CABARET SINGER INJURES
HIMSELF OURING HIS "ACT"
While performing a little "business"
In connection wllh the song. "When Hill
I'slley riayed the Kukalell." Mort Iteck,
demonstrator for the Uroadway Musi"
corporation, slipped and fell In tho Mil
lard Motel cafe, and received painful In
neck's home Is In the east, hut he la
well known In the middle west, as ha has
been covering this territory for his house
for some time.
Police Surgeon Foils took care of him
and staod that it will be some time be
fore he will be able to move about again.
DAHLMAN WOULD SELL
DISTILLATE jJILS BY WEIGHT
Mayor Dahlman Introduced an ordin
ance to provide for the sale of distillate
oils and kerosene by welcil In rases
where contracts or sales are for 00 gal
lons or more. The committee, af the
whole of the city council will consider
WOMEN'S RELIEF CORPS TO
HONOR M'KINLEY'S BIRTHDAY
All patriotic days will be observed dur
ing the present administration of the
George A. Custer post and Women's
Relief corps. according to plana of the
officers. As a beginning, the poet and
corps will celebrate President William
McKinley'a birthday Saturday evening
at the home of the corps president, Mrs.
Charles O. Everson. Thirtieth and Plnk-
HERMAN HEYN SUES THE
ROSE REALTY COMPANY
Herman Heyn, proprietor of the
Lrfjmlere studio, haa brought suit for $7,000
In district court against the Rose Realty
company for alleged damage to his busi
ness caused by the fern which sur
rounded the alte of the new Rose build
ing, JUteenth and Farnara, during its
SLIPS ON ICY PAVEMENT
AND BACK IS INJURED
William Taylor, 130S Douglas street,
slipped on the Icy pavement at Thirteenth
and Douglas streets, and in failing sus
tained severe cuts and bruises, aa well aa
an Injury to his back, which required hla
removal to St. Joseph hospital. He was
attended by Dr. C. B. Folts.
SMALLPOX VICTIM WALKS
INTO POLICE STATION
George Dill. 1914 Chicago street, walked
lnto police headquarters with a well-developed
case iof smallpox. He was Im
mediately removed to th Emergency
hospital and the station thoroughly fu
migated from top to bottom.
N0RRIS BROWN GIVES
LUNCHEON FOR FORTY
Ex-Senator Norrls Brown entertained
forty of his friends, including district
court judges and attorneys, at the Hen
shaw at noon yesterday.
Millard Sweeney, 19 yeara of age. died
at the City Emergency hospital, where
ha was being attended for scarlet fever,
nils waa the second death at this In
stitution from the same cause within a
Mrs. Haaaast Saead.rs.
Mrs. Hannah Saunders died Wednesday
night at har home, 2905 Leavenworth
street, of heart failure. She la survived
by a son and daughter. Funeral serv
ices will be held Friday from Burket's
Michael Met; raw.
Michael McGraw. aged 62 years, died
Wednesday of pneumonia at St. Joseph
hospital. Gentleman haa the body and Is
waiting funeral arrangements until word
Is received from MfcOrsw's father at Al
bany, N. T.
IS GIVEN 24 HOURS TO
Tho city council adopted a resolution
directing the police department to take
action if John Lof falls to remove ob
structions on Capitot avenue, between
Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets, within
W. IT. Slaughter of the Walk-Over Root
shop, left Wednesday for St. Louts to
visit the western branch storeroom of the
Elmer Beddeo. the credit clothier at
1417 Douglas street, has gone tr New
York and other eastern cities on an ex
tensive buying trip, whlcn will kci him
away about a month.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Lt Reed left last night
over the Illinois Central for a month'a
tour of the south. They go to Jackson
ville. Kla., making a number of side trips
en route after which they will go over
to Cuba, sailing irom My west.
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and guarantee perfect fit and stylo
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Oyster Bar, Long Islsnd, N. T.,
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