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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEK: MARCH 19, 1D16.
Seven Hundred Men Crowd Regis
tration Booth to Get on
AUTOS BRINGIlfCr MANY IN
Seven hundred men slrnlflsd their In
tention to vote by ''liner roistering or
announcing their lnt rmovl at the
old city hall yesterday afternoon. Clerks
to the number of a doien worked fever
ishly from the. time the labor day ended
at I o clock until after o'clock. The
rrerilctkin wi marts that ahould Elec
tion Commissioner Morhead e fit to
i.dil another day here Just aa big a
crowd of voter would ahow up.
All dny Ion acore or more of auto
m'obllea were to be. tound about the city
bringing- In those who had forgotten to
register or who were panning the oppor
Combined with the 600 count of yee
terday and about a hundred more who
were aent to the uptown atatlon at the
court houae. it la estimated that about
l.ao men reglitered, bringing the total
to well within the limit. The approxi
mate, vote that can he cast by South
Slders, according to record, Ic 1.600, and
It la predicted that a couple more hun
dred will take advantace of the oppor
tunity to register In Omaha If they
failed to do ao here.
I'orn Irish Independent.
A good number of the younger genera
tion of voter In the South Bide yeiter
dsy In celebration of St. Patrick' day
organised a new club for the purpoae of
prolonging lrlah Independence and en
doralng candldatea In the coming politi
cal election, calling the new organlia
tlon the lrlah Independent. John Cava
naugh, popular former - councilman of
South, Omaha, waa elected prealdent;
Jame Dunn, vice prealdent, and Dan
Keegan, attorney, secretary and treas
urer. The club, will probably take a promi
nent part In the campaign that will toon
be In full force. An executive commit
tee, corapoaed of Jamea Hanley, Comlin
Bweeney and Jame Corcoran, waa alio
appointed by the member.
Bla Demand far Horaee.
The local market In horsos at the yard
Buffered hardly at all erlth the suspension
of buying on the part of French repre
sentative. To the (urprls of local horse
men, the trade ha kept up aa well a
aver. There appear to be a good demand
for auch horaea aa fill army specifica
tions. Captain Phillip! and Dr. Merle, representing-
the French government, will start
buying: again Monday after a lapse of
Officer Tom Qulnn of the South Bid
police force arreated the ftrat violator of
the antl-aplt ordinance. it evening
C. 1 Worthlngton waa araoklna; a 14
center on the corner of Twenty-fourth,
and N streets. Qulnn eipled him break
ing the records in this class and without
further ado hauled him to the station.
Troteat proved of no avail and Worth
lngton wa locked up.
Later In the evening Mr. 'Worthlngton.
wife of the unfortunate man, showed up
with the necessary bond for his release.
Brlaaa Gets Reward.
Captain' Anton Vanous and others of
the South Bide poll" station are willing
to swear that Captain Brlg-gs, former po
lice chief of South Omaha, la about the
luckiest cuss they ever met. This morn
ing when Brlggs waa leisurely making
his way home In his touring- car he espied
a big Bulck . automobile apparently
atranded at Twenty-fifth and A streets.
Investigating, the car proved to be the
same aa that stolen from Charlea Ba
lance, Fifteenth and California streets.
A hundred dollars' reward. was offered
for Its recovery and Cap Vanoua has a
check for the said amount on his desk
Celebrate lor (. Patrick.
The Irish held fortn In brilliant cele
bration yesterday. From the hour of
the bi parade at o'clock from the To
franil hall to St. Agnes' church, where
union mass was held, to the close of the
tig program at th Workmen temple In
the evening the town waa frivolous with
th Irish spirit. Every other man wore
nn Irish green of -some, kind The mov
ing picture shows followed sujt With spe
cial St. Patrick's day programs.
Dr. E. F.4 Khanahan led the program
in the evening. Chief Justice M orris y
of th state supreme court was on of
th moat prominent guests on the stage.
Rev. Father Thomas Livingstone, S. J.,
delivered th address of the evening.
Trinity Baptist, Twenty-fifth and H
Rev. v.. K. lloller of Hot Springs, S. D..
will preach at It and 7:30. Sunday school
at t:i&. Junior society at i.. Young
li's meeting- at tM.
South Side l.'nlted Presbyterian, Twenty-third
and H, Rev. Albert N. Porter,
Pastor Preaching at 11 and 7:. Sab
bath achool at :4. Junior society at .
Young people's meeting at 80. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at a,
First Christian Twenty-third and I.
John O. Alber, Pastor Preaching morn
ilia and eve-nine; by the rastor at the
regular sermon hour. Sunday school at
H. Junior Endeavor at 4 m. Christian
Endeavor at 30. Everyone welcomed.
Hillskle Baptist. FoMy-thlrd and I
Bible atudy hour at 10. Hveninv service
at 7:i, led toy goenel ta.m. Thursday
evening- at 7: an illustrated lecture by
Nev. A. W. Reinhaidt, western repre
sentative of the American Traot society
will be Riven. Everyone weulomed.
Central Interdenominational, Twentv
fifih and at. Kev. 11. K. P. Cornish
Pastor Blhle achool at . Morning
service at 11. Young people' meeting at
:. Goxpvl aermon at 1:30. W'ednesdey
prayer meeting and teacher' counsel.
Kriday quarterly membership supper and
buiitnesa meeting. 1.' lection of officers.
West Side Interdenominational, Thirty
eighth and Q. Rev. bhallcrosa. Pastor
SunMay school at :. Nomina; worahlp
at 11. Christian fcnrte-ivor at :4i and
evening preaching service at 7 :V Tiles
(ay m rn.ng at lo. blhle class m -eta with
Mia. Bruce J O itiMt. n a
Oay evening will be teachers' study hour
iiu prnyrr service.
Mnale City Ooealp.
South IJncoln school defeated th Haw
thorn school by a score of J) to 1 yes
. . ... w dvuih 1 wency-inira
street, marled to th police that the
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furced by thieves Wednesday eveniug and
The women of the First Christian
church will give a dinner at the Mo-
ru n hail at Twenty-fourth and O
ii.-t inursaay, April S, from 11 Ju a, m.
'o t o'clock In the af trruoan.
Mrs. C. I llubbsrd. 4M& South Twenty.
.u -." na mtb. a. L-averiy will en
tertain th Indies' Aid society of th
wv.ij i.iui' ii iiiuinajiy arter
noon at the home of Mrs. C. 8. Hlbbard
" " 1'iiinwri ana aioaern
Woodmen of America will hold a iolnt
P social Thursdsr evening. March tj
a! D.e Independent Order of Odd Fellows
halrat Twenty-fourth and M streets. All
Roysl Nelxr.bors and Modern Woodmen
are Invited tj roma Anil l.r-i m , .
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FIRST PHOTO OP DROWNING VISTIMS FROM MALOJA This remarkable picture,
showing passengers of the sinking liner as they vainly struggled in the water is the first
to reach this country. The Maloja struck a mine off Dover on February 27. At least 150
lives are known lost. A moment after this p icture had been taken the camera dropped into
the water and it was rescued with difficulty.
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'owW'i VICTIMS OF SUfKlMG
ORIGIN OF GERMAN
Prof. Qrammann Tells Nebraska
Schoolmaiters How Some of the
Sayings Happened to Se.
PLAN ONfe OF DEVELOPMENT
If one li yanked clear out of his
chair by a startling sight or shock
ing occurrence, then that sight or
occurrence is entitled to be called
"horrible," in the German language,
or more correctly, "enretxllch." At
least that was the way it was with
the Germans some centuries ago,
Prof. Paul H. Grummann of 'the
department of German of the Uni
versity of Nebraska, in delivering a
paper before the Nebraska School
masters' club at the Loyal hotel last
night, went with some detail Into the
origin of somo German words, and
the foregoing deduction comes from
one ot his explanations.
, Strictly apeaklnf. "ensetillch" one
upon a time meant "unseatlnr," and then
it earn to mean "horrible." for nothln
was considered truly horrible unless It
unseated a fellow.
And Tale la Mettled. '
How a table became known as , a
"tlch," while In Enillsh It Is the plat
or bowl from which victuals are eaten,
that hss beoome the "dish" was also ex
plained. In the middle ages a tripod was
set up In the middle of th ron. A dlso
was fastened horizontally on the pec at
the top of th tripod. Food was served
on the disc.
"Later the dlso In Germany developed
Into a table," said Prof. Qrummann,
"and In England It developed Into a
dish.' This also earlalns Why 'der tlch'
la masculine In German, because It came
from 'disc,' or th Roman dlacua, which
was considered masculine because It was
a heavy piece of metal hurled by ath
letes. Large and heavy things came to
be regarded aa masculine, and small or
delicate things aa ; feminine. Therefore
'der foose,' the foot, and 'die hand,' the
Teacher Mast Know Tklaa-a.
Bom of these point wr mentioned
by the professor in hi talk on "The
Teaching of German In the Elomentary
Schools." lie mentioned some of these
things to show that there la order, sys
tem and reason back of the Oerman gen
der, and. th origin of th words and
forma, contrary to th opinion of com
teacher who are not sufficiently familiar
with their subject. , , .
"In tho -rilgh school ths academically
trained teacher la absolutely necessary to
teach Oerman," he asserted. "The teacher
must know Itln and must know th
grammar of various lantuas.es. for he or
she must be able to compare the Oerman,
English and Iatln grammar."
About elxty achool men from various
parts of the state attended. A half doaen
book agents, active and associate mem
ber a were present.
Eg-Stat Superintendent B. C. Bishop
was a gueat at the dinner. He la now in
school work In the east.
Tells of Scriptures
The representative scriptures of all
times were in Imagination brought for
consideration by Mlaa Isabel B. Holbrook
of Loa Angelea In her lecture at Theo
sophtcal hall last evening. Fhe told of
the ancient scriptures found in the book
of Enoch, and how that predated by a
long stretch of time the Christian Bible
was In fact the Bible of the fourth or
preceding race on earth. Phe told a atory
of what the ocoult records reveal of an
ancient city now burled beneath the
sands ot central Asia, and how a recent
traveler, penetrating to the region, has
brought back parchmenta in a language
unknown to the experts ot all the roun.
46,000 Spanish War
Vets Ready Once More
WASHINGTON. March lS.-Represent-stive
Dyer of Missouri, who telegrapreJ
the state commanders of Spanish war
veteran several- dsy ago asking how
many of their members were ready to
volunteer for service n Mexico, an
nounced tonight that he had received
twenty replies Indicating that at least
4S.00O of th veterans woudl be linn-
dlately available if called upon. Th
war department has mad It plain. i-
vr. that there is no present Intention
of asking for the service of any vete
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HONOR THE NAME
Irishmen of City Spend Pay Paying
Tribute to His Memory and
VARIED PROGRAMS AND MASSES
The name of 8t. Patrick was honored
Friday and Inst evening by celebra
tions all over the city. In the morning,
Father Wise, S. J., In a aermon full of
beautiful Imagry ao dear to the Irish
heart, paid a glowing tribute to the sons
of St. Tatrlck, for their perseverence in
adhering to tho faith and for their seal
in apreadlng Christianity.
The Ancient Order of Hibernians in a
special reunlonr entered upon It with a
aolemn hUh mass at Ht. Patrick's chu.-cli.
During the mass. Kev. Father Uatcly
dlacoursed on the past glories of Erin,
and the part that Irishmen are tatlnj
today In the world's affair. Tho churcii
waa packed with Hibernians.
Rev. P. O. Oannow was the celebrant
of the mass, Rev. Ed Flanntgan, deacon,
and Rev. Hugh Oately. subdeacon. As
sisting In the sanctuary was Rev. P. J.
Moran. The services were of a very
Last evening the Hibernians and Irish
people from all parts of the city gathered
at Creighton auditorium, . where a dis
tinctively Irish program waa presented,
Address of welcome, Chairman Hon.
Piano solo, "Bellev Me." Miss Helen
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Song. "Eileen Aathore." Miss Irene Mc-
Vl illn solo, Irish selections, Francla J.
Marp solo, "The Harp That Once."
"Come Back to Krin," "Believe Me," Mrs.
Lorotta De Lone.
Adilrens of the evening, "The Irishman
In America," Hon. V. C. FVaaer.
I'laiio solo, "Minstrel Boy," Miss Marie
Sons, "In the Gaelic Language,"
Quartet. "Moonlight In May," Reed,
O'lirlon. Chambora and Hunt.
Duct violin and piano, "Humoreaque,"
MIhs Ella Glbbona and Miss Marie Mc
Oovcrn. Sonti "The Bard of Armagh," "The
Shamrock." "Macushla," Patrick O'Nell.
Finale, "Let Erin Remember." en
semble. Accompanist, Miss Eva Nelson.
Work on Triumphal
Arch for Carranza
MEXICO CITT.'Mex., March 18. Work
on the triumphal arches extending from
tho Castle Ohapultenoc to the national
palace is being hurried in the expectation
of a visit to the capital by General Car
ran r.a and the members of his cabinet.
Reports say . that tho party will remain
hero ten days, later, returning to tho
provisional capital at Queretaro.
Mrs. Julia Frankau,
LONDON, March IS. Frank Danby
(Mrs. ?ulla. Frankau), the" novelet, died
at her home In London yesterday.
' Mr. Frankau, who wrote under - the
name of Frank Danby, was born- July SO,
1K64. She was educated by Mme. Paul
Lafargue, the daughter of Karl Marx.
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I American Consuls
Ordered to Probe
WASHINGTON. March IS. American
consul In Holland have been instructed
to Investigate the sinking; of tb Dutch
liner Tubantia, with Americana aboard,
aid to have been torpedoed.
Consular stents at Gibraltar and Lis
bon have been Instructed to Investigate
the reported unsuccessful attempt to tor
pedo the French liner Patria.
TUB HAGl'E, March IT. (Via Lon
don.) The ministry of msrlne announces
that affidavit by the officer of the
Dutch steamer Tubantia show that
the steamer waa struck ' by a torpedo,
the wake of which they saw. The ahlp
was struck fIz feet below the water line
on the starboard aide.
LONDON. Juarch IT. From detail of
the sinking of the eteamshlp Tubantia.
Lord Robert Cecil, minister of war trade,
expreraed the belief today in an Inter
view with tne representative of the As
sociated Presa that the vessel traa tor
pedoed. Lord Cecil said that he waa in receipt
of no definite or official reports on
which to base his opinion that the ship
In the German Army
BERLIN, March 18.-(Vla Sayvllle.)
Paul Qoehre, a socialist member of the
Reichstag, haa been promoted to a lieu
tenancy, according to the Overseas News
Agency. Herr Qoehre volunteered for
service In the army, although he had
already paased the age limit for army
service, and took part In the Russian
campaign.. ' He was present at the cap
ture of Warsaw and Grodno.
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