Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 31, 1916, Page 5, Image 5
Till; WV.K: OM.UIA. IKIDAV. MAKl'll -1. l!Ur,. 5 YOUTH AND HEALTH ARE BEST CAPITAL Dr. Henry Noble MacCracken Gives Students Talk on Straight Tip on Straight of Market. DEMAND TOR COLLEGE GRADS Using as similitudes for the trio of market terms gilt edge bonds, long term mortgage bonds and industrials Integrity, patriotism find educa tion, Dr. Henry Noble MacCracken, preslflent of Vassar college, told a Urge audience of students at the Central High school that, after all, Jcuth, health and brains constitute the only capital worth very much. Dr. MacXYacken, who is one of the roost widely known educators In the country, called his talk "A Straight Tip on the Straight of the Market." In speaking In the term of the market, the Vassar head compli mented the high schoolers by assert ing that from a standpoint cf worth while capital he was addressing the Tirhest audience in the city the rUhest audience In the unconquer able .' assets youth, health and brains. ' Hlay Rank la Intenrtty. "The one bin bank In th world, from wht should be your standpoint, Is In tegrity,'' Pr. MsiVracken declared. "The way to invest It Is to make Indi vidual email acta cm-h day; you will find, a you grow older, that a Rood name la better than a (treat name. There la not a Rilt-edne bond on the market to compare with Integrity. 'Kor a long-term mortgage bond In vest In patriotism and put your youth, health and brains Into It. Follow the example of the late J. p. Morgan and r.ever sell your country 'short.' "Not unlike the market 'Industrials,' there Is a trace of the speculative In Ihla highly 'Important unit of tho trio education. You will find that education la the best Industrial Vrck, and to real ise returns on this stock you mast be willing to work and wait for the re turn. "To my way of thinking a year of ed ucation is worth five of rxporloiice, no matter what vocation you follow. As is also one year In high school worth five outside, one year in college worth five of experience and one year of post-graduate work tha equal of five out in thu world. "If necessary beg, borrow or steal enough to get your education Just so you get It. Do not sarrific your assets youth, health and brains on any altar, but that of education. "Tou high achool students, perhaps, think you are not seeing- aa much of like as you might. But you are seeing life at Ita best. When you get out In the world you will see only a slice of life. Don't try to sea life before you are capable of doing so. All you have to do Is to bet on yourself Invest your three most precious assets now and wait for the returns. Dr. MacCracken told the students that In this age of great expansion there Is an , unprecedented demand for college graduates. In all lines of endeavor, he said, the leaders are pleading for trained men and women, as there are not nearly enough to supply the demand. The 'Omaha members of tho Vassar club are: Mesdames Moadames "VV. 8. Blackwell, W. c. Shannon, Arthur Onion. Lloyd Osborne, Mylea Standiah, C. V. Poynter. Robert Updike, Frank Crawford, ieorga Haverstlck, lsador Zlegler. tSamuel Kees, Jr.; Frank H. Turner. Mlasea Misses Mon Cowell, Margaret Bruce, May Copeland. Frances Dugan, Hilda Hammer. Kthol Dietrich. No Heirs in Sight for This Estate, So State May Get Coin Unless an heir to the late Henry Miller is found, the etate of Nebraska will be J1.600 richer by reason of the activity of the administrator of Miller's estate. Miller was killed by an Omaha Trans fer truck, three years ago, and Thomas fMurray, his lawyer, was appointed ad ministrator. Suit waa brought for dam ages, and settlement of J2.700 ws made. After expenses, and attorney fees were deducted there still remained $1,600. Judge Bryce Crawford of county court, will declare the money escheat to tho state unless a claimant puts in an ap pea ranee. Wifey Objects to .Husband's Joking Because her husband is in the habit of calling her up on the telephone at un seemly hours and impersonating a doctor of the coroner, and relating wierd stories of his trsglc desth or mortal injury, Julia Romberg, who makes the allega tions, asks for a divorce, In a petition filed in district court. She declares her nervous system has been shocked once too often. MR. AND MRS. ROGER STRAUS ARE VISITING IN OMAHA Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Straus of New York, arrived in Omaha Wednesday, and left last evening. Mr. Straus one of the officials of the Amer ican Smelting and Refining company of Omaha, and has large smelting and min im; interests throughout the west. It was announced that this is merely a tour of inspection, one of the annual tours of this kind which Mr. Slraus makes to the various plants in which he Is financially interested. T. C. BYRNE SECURES FINE NEW GAITED SADDLE HORSE T. C. Fyrne, head of the Rvme-iiain. mer company and formerly an enthus Isstle participant In the affaira of the Omaha Driving club, has' secured a new saaaie norse. Paul Coad purchased malted saddler. Pansy," a beautiful ma hogany bay mare, which will be shipped 10 umana at once for Mr. Brne. SonaelhlBK Oood. Tb' who hat nasty medicine should trv Chamberlain's Tat. let for constipa tion. They are pleasant to take and their effect is so agreeable anj so natural that you will not realist that it has been prodjefd b a medicine, obtainable eerjwn.re. a uvtri.se menl. NEW FIRE TRUCK BOUGHT BY OMAHA Eleven were purchased, five of this type for the outlying- stations and others with pump and other attachments for the downtown houses. .35 il: -- - . ,T HEAVY SNOW FALLS IN THE NORTHWEST Three Feet at Deadwood. with Snow and Rain Covering; the Ground East of Norfolk. WILL HELP THE GROWING CROP While thorp Is no blizzard, sched uled, or on the way, according to morning reports, western Nebraska and states to the north and west are experiencing another little touch of winter. Both the Northwestern and Bur lington report that the biiow that commenced falling in western Ne fciaska, South Dakota and eastern Wyoming Wednesday afternoon, continued during the night and that this morning, all through the Black Hills country and west In Wyoming, It had attained a depth of ten to twelve Inches. However, it Is very wet and is not blowing or drifting. Reports from Deadwood show three feet of snow there, crippling rail road traffic. The heaviest snowfall ncems to have covered a stretch of country from Newell, north of the Ulack IIIIIh, south to Oler Ichs, south of tho hills. Kast and west the heavy snow belt is some fifty miles wide. All down through the sand hills coun try along theiline of the Burlington to about as far east as Broken How, In Custer county, thero was two to six Inchea of snow during the night. Along tho Northwestern there la one to four inches of snow across country from Casper east to I.onc Tine. A short distance cast of Long Pino during the night 'the snow turned to rain and in tho morning a heavy rain storm covered the entire area as far east as Norfolk, with light rain east as far as Wayne and down the Elkhorn valley as far as West Point. Over the Union Pacific's branches north of the main line there was rain and snow durtnif tho night to points as far east as Columbus. West of Colum bus along the main line there was snow or rain a greater portion of the 1 night. with a heavy fall of snow from Kimball, Neb., to Cheyenne, Wyo. It Is asserted that while the area vis ited by tho snow and rain was not suf fering on account of any lack of mois ture, the precipitation will be of great benefit and if followed by warm weather will rapidly force vegetation and cause winter wheat to forge ahead. Besides, It Is asserted that it will put the ground In perfect condition for plowing for corn. Council Approves Fire Truck Order The city council approved a contract with the American I.a Franee Fire Kn glne company for eleven eomblnatlin hose and chemical motor trucks for the fire department. The amount of the con tract is t52,OOS, as. follows: Kleven ma chines at $4,S00 each, three Junior pumps at $'i00 each and three turrent pipes at $16 each. The anparatua will be c elie-ed within ninety days. Fifteen Suits Are Dismissed in Bunch Fifteen lawsuits against Insurance com panies, brought by citizens who alleged damages as the result of the tornado, have been dismissed In a bunch by Judge Willis Pears, who declared there was no evidence to support the claims of the plaintiffs. V DREXEL WILL NOT AGAIN COLLECT RUBBISH FREE "I have fully decided not to continue the annual custom of the city gathering up free of charge accumulations of rub bish In connection with the spring clean up," stated Commissioner Drexel of the ftreet department. This refers to heap of old material placed In lack jards ard alleys by housv holders. This rlcnn-up last year ex tended thro gh a we k and ot it e s re -t di partmcnt $3,.vm. PREFERS TO BE A COWBOY THAN TO SELL JEWELRY Rudolph Hendrlckson, son of Uendrick son, the Jeweler, is soon to go to Keellne, Wyo., where he Is to engage in the live stock business. Being u cowboy looks better to blm than being a jeweler. ROME MILLER IS AGAIN REJOICING AS GRANDFATHER Horns Miller Is asain a grandfather. Monday night a six anil a half pound daugiiter was bom to Ir. and Mis. II. A. Waggener. Mrs. Waugt-ner is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Home Miller. I.umhaao ami I'aina In Ike Hark. At the fust lin-:c (,f j.mn in the liack apply Sloan s l.iiiiiin lit - I llrf mines at once, only r All druggist.-Advci-l!sciiirnt. a f t -.vr .-.Vat; j-: it III m L.4 I.TV 1 " : Ami A iw,- ft -TMaW-W-W Waage Loses Faith in Mankind as He Sees His Fresh Apple Pie Go Alss for faith in one's fricn'ls, one's fellow men, one's lo-workcrs! Alas! Alss! August Waage, carrier No. S3 at the postofflce, has lost all such faith. And who could blame him? Not us, by .llmlny, not we. They stole his pie, that's what these base scoundrels did. bis nice, fresh pic that he had Just fetched from the b:iU ery anil laid down for a minute, In ac cordance with his trustful nature. It was an apple pie, friends, a niee, fresh, rrisp-c rusted apple pie. Ah, yes, that's what It was, pie, beau tiful, beautiful pie. This Is no laughing matter. If these bandits snd horse thieves had stolen anything but a pie." a nice, fresh pie, nu apple pic, we would laugh with them at Waagc's expense. Hut It wasn't anything else than a pie, and we love pie, reader, yes we do. It Is dear to our heart and our appetite and when you steal our pic you steal that which enriches you and makes us poor. Indeed. Wo like apple plea and lemon pies with mcrangue on top, and cocoanut Material for the New U. P. Bridge is Now On the Way The long timbers to be used by the Pnlon Pacific In the reconstruction of its bridge over the Missouri river are due to arrive almost any day, they having been ordered from the Oregon and Washing ton mills. Werd comes that the eastern mills that are to furnish the steel for the new superstructure have started work on the beams and columns, and that ship ment will start within the next few weeks. At this time Union Taclflo officials of the engineering department are unable to atate when reconstruction will begin on the brldgo, everything depending upon the assembling of materials. Gilbert Dolan is Sentenced to Pen, Brother to Kearney Gilbert Polan, one of the "Joy-ride stick ups" baa "Veen sentenced to from threo to fifteen years In the state prison, nnd his brother, Arnold, was sentenced to serve two years In the reform school. Gilbert l'olsn la 2t years old and Arnold Is W. Found Dead in Room with His Money Gone Joseph If. RoueI, dining car cook In the employ of the Union Pac'flc, waa found dead in a room at the State hotel by a friend. ' Floyd Fuller, messenger, who works at 315 Pouth Twelfth street, who went to tho hotel to call on him. Itouzt Is 25 yers of age and his homo li in Ogden, Utah. Ttouzl came In on his run Wednesday night and, according tj Fuller, bad $15 rn hla persnn when be re tired. The money waa not found whe i hl body was discovered. The cironer will hold a post-mortem examination. Kugel Says He Will Close Fake Auctions Superintendent Kugel of the police de partment states he will proceed against various auction Jewelry establishment whose methods of business sre sail ti be irregular. It is charged hy Mr. Kutjel that some of these places sell fa'e Jewell y. Complaints hsve been received ficm proprietors of regular Jewelry stores A Fine Aid For oilicr-to-bo V are all greatly Indebted to those who teli their egperieaces. And among the many things which ws read about and ar. of Immediate im portance to the eipec. tant mother, Is a splen did external remedy ealled "Mot bar' a friend." This i ap plied orer the muarles of tb. stomach. It ! deeply peoetratlnr In Its Influence. Mot he, everywhere tell of its aoothlnf effect, how It allays pains Incident to .. ... "eirninf or corda, UfamenU and muscles. They tell of restful comfort of cal.-n, peaceful eihts, an ab ac nr. of thn.8 digresses peculiar to th. p. r ud of expectancy, relief front aiornfn, ilrknesi. do mora of that apprehension with which so many young- women's minds be come burdened. It I a splendid help. Get a bottle of "Mothers Friend" from your nearest drufrltt. AW your huabsnd to set It for you. I hen w rite to IlradAeld Re iilator Co. 4ns 1 amar BIdr., Atlanta, (la, for a very tiandmme and instructive book. It Is tilled with aiircetlT. idea of great lelp to ail women intrrcited in the suhjert ef maternity. And bet of all are some ,-t. tr from mothci thai at. teal i:ipiraliou. V.i:ta tJday K 3 KK' ibr n -m plea and cream pics thai "iglc when you touch 'cm, ii n, pumpkin pics and huckleberry pics and at ru w henv P'c and. oh, nil kind ( plc.-. That's why our svnipiuhit'S go hik to Waage, Wo can n'"''il" his feeling when he returned to the pi,-ue wheie if had deposited that pi", tliwt apple pi' with Its i lisp crust, brow ud n litilc In the middle, you Know. All. fie iiiiB.:is'u he must'vo felt when he saw it koiio: Alt, the rage that iii'isfve filled Ins huzzum when be saw it divided up and being eaten by half n iloxni of bit follow employes, those fellows he hud trusted, mid who bad betr.iNed him. oti. them wohes In idieep's clothing; oh, them second-stm y inch! How beau tiful In comparison with them seems the character of the mnii who steals a bone from a blind dog. The next IcjlMnt'er oughts ;iss a law making pie stealing a fi lony the same hs child stealing or batik robbing We'll go liuhl down In Sixteenth .in Farnsm streets, where they're btiildtni; the Klrst National haul., an' see Jerry Howard, an' pledae him to fight for tho bill If he's elected to the legta'nt'er Spencer is Silent as to His Sojourn in Turbulent Mexico After viewing some of the Mexlca-i atrocltlea and living In that disturbed land, C S. Spencer has taken up nl residence In Omaha where life Is safe and one can sleep at night In peace. He la a chemist for the American Pmelt inK and Iteflnlng company and has besn working- for that corporation at Its Mex ican smelters. He whs Kl Paso when thej Americana killed ny the bandits In t'bt hiiahua were brought there and burled. He saw Tancho Vltla, himself once In Juarez. Concerning his experiences, however, be maintains much silence. "I may want to go back down in that country some time," lie says. Brother and Sister Wed at Same Time Cupid made a two-bagger when h" came to bat In the homo where Nona and C. Ward Uurwlck live. The brother and sister appeared before "Cupid" Sleubenilorf, marriage licenae clerk, and obtained licenses to wed. The other principals In the contracts are Agnes Johnson and Carl Helm. TWO WANT TO GIVE DATA ON MUNICIPAL LIGHT PLANT City . Commlsrlnner Hutler advise 1 the city council that Sherman V, Peticnlss and Kdward F. fihiirlg have applied fir appointment as electrlcsl engineer to furnish tno city with data In connection V I'Jhat's in a Name? I AM PJiOUl) that others liko my name ami use it. It is pood ad vertisiup for me. I am getting re sults. My efforts to relieve foot riifferinff lias opened a larpe field. Everybody wants service. A name must he backed by that which created it. That txplaina why K V K K V DAY MOKK I'liOPl.K A KB Putting Their Feet in Striker's Hands for Foot Comfort Service Souglas S lir North ItayliKht edioo Store. lUlh St hoe Store r Would You Trust Him? oine tu ma fur mv sr-rviri-H. Von know my plan now aa I hae hrrn tvllinK you for ffvn j.ilu Mv uaual Iihik la $1 HO rmh pan), for roiisultal inn. ami 1 atv you tus tne-lii-inp from mv offns. 'riiontf rakes who jii-eil personal fXatii ina I lotia or tnaliuent in thn officii will pay mk iniii-li lit. $-' nO No fre oiihu Ita I Ions or examinations NO i:.Tit i HAKiii: mam; hilt jikuh'ixk. Dr, J. C. Woodward, rrw soib BuiLDiwa. room 301. Offlcs Huursi S to 5. 8 r. M. Wl Sneak Out. Hackett To Hairy J. Hackett: You want to be nominated for state senator and, of course, you want every one to know where you Maud on all vital imiev The rcnoit t'iat you are "s'ated" in a combine with Teh" Smith, the notorious frr grabber, may lead folks ti believe you are excusing and tl-.anrinvi.i.'T J,;, rotten rernrrl I But we MiM r,t believe it unlcs? i you. yoiuteir. vay so or rcf-.rc to ! speak o;t. You e itood for eft'ice several I times on a platform of reform, and : in the charter convention voted ! with the editor of The Brc to stop i the fee craft of the health commis i sioner whirh is only "a little one " I rs compared to the steal "Bob" has tried to perpetrate. Will you. Mr. Hackett. oppose fee grafters in the district clerk's of fice and the sheriff's office, as well as in the city health commissioner's office and favor laws to force these officers to be content with the jren erous salaries given them by lawt Speak out. Mr. Hackett. - with 1 pro .cd bold propoit ion for 1 muiib Ipal i bctrip light ami power plint This was rcfernd to the i om nlttre of tic whole meeting next .Monday morn lis- WORKMEN MADE A SERIOUS MISTAKE They Took the Scaffolding Down Too Soon and House Caved In. A JOKE WITH A MORAL "llnim," snld the foreman to the con tractor, as ho rushed excitedly into the office; ' llial house oil put up for Silas Jones fell down last tilctit ." "How is that? What was the matter?" ejaculated the i out I actor. "Vhy, It was a mistake of the work men who thoughtlessly took down the scaffolding before they put on the wall paiier." This old .lokc has a very serious side, an well as a funnc one, for It goes to show the frailness with which many things are hulll. The human body, that house In which we live, when it Is attacked by disease, Is lust as Insecure as the lionet held to gether by wall paper. That it Is at limes, like thesa that the value of a great reconstructive tonic Is most apparent was proven again, yes terday by Mr. C. A. Woodman, cement contractor, who lives at 2M7 Arbor avenue, Omaha. You can't amend the human constitution, but you ran. recall It by taking Tanlac, the reconatrue.tlve. "I suffered from stomach trouble," said Mr. Weedinan. "A friend of mlna told me about tlia virtues of Tsnlao and 1 decided to plvo it a trial. I can now say from ex perience (hat there Is nothing to compare with Tanlac. It has done me a world of good and 1 cheerfully recommend It to everybody who suffers from stomach afflictions. "I would bloat after eating and have severe pains. Since taking Tanlac, I am free from theso troubles. After several doses I noted a Change and In a few days I wss fcellmr like a new man. 1 "Teniae Is the best medicine I ever tried for the stomach." ' Teniae Is being specially Introduced in Omaha -by an expert, at Sherman Ai McConncll's Prim Store, Sixteenth ami liodiio streets. Tanlac may he obtained in Penson at the Schiller-Hoaltie Plug Store; Spring field, It. Flegenbaiim; Weeping Water, Meyer I h ug Co.; Nebraska City, Henry Schwake & Co.; Auburn, K. 11. lort; Ash laud,' H. If. Cone; Malmo, p. p. Fitch; Fremont, Drown-Fiederlckaon lirug store; Oakland, W. O. Harding & Son; Clarkson, Fa. J I. Knza; Columbus, Purity Prug Store; Monroe, Hill's Pharmacy; Madlaon, K. K. Ilurrls; Nlekerson, Young & Murrle; Fullerton. tlrlffln Pros.; Broken How, H. It. Ie; l'nadllla, Frank A. Lincoln. Advertisement. (lIOHIU t'lltoffil O. . rw' ,4 7 . V Would you Irusl your iiinrrlunit If lio novri' 1 1 1 .- i k . . I Iiih kooiIm mii-I left It tu Iiih clerks In got nil lit ioi.M from iiih iui i-haxei? 'Ililn is a Ixlr 1-l.it of what you Imvp (loriH tor fifty )rr w In-ii you hove iio-iti'il ili. ii'ivu of a dorior. i. on Know nny oilier IhihIiihhh on earili 1 1 im t Ke.'ps Hip i lri fioiii voii until you have pun ham l iua KooiIh or h'-ivupV You will H-linll iliH you have all liei-n xIiiiii; :tl Koine tune or olliri. am) ninny of mi many iIiii.-h. Shiip of ou ia a hioull t-r ami otiina ay a iaiK f'-e for II, e saint. Her-vlr-. It is a uii""!- i-ieniiuni In pul on lionniy. Iliinuhi- 1 ilare to tell you In imlilli- pilnl win, I am ami wlisl I w ill rliaifc) you, hi,i Imyioi t ' I . pM iiiiiinuiilc-atfiil anil i nut i.im. However, don't worry aliout inn hh I am lxre to ainy ami will tiPHt Jon on a Niuat ami Imnisl Imaix if .-on 16TBI AMD rtRKlH. 10 to a Sundays, rboas Tylsr aeo. 1 IT 15131515 VYV Will Savo You Monoy It Will Pay You to Get Our Prices ALWAYS Before You Buy A visit to our main third floor will give you some idea if the vaatness of our Dining 8 Yonr nroils for nnv nioofc from ri sinple clinir to an entire suite, in any style or any wood, ran be easily supplied here. Note the following prii-rs and descriptions on a new and beautiful line of Huffrts: Huffet. exaetty like Illustration, 45 Inches In length, gen- t 1 O OC nine quartered oak. OUt) lluffot, Rolden or fumed. 48 inches In lcnih, Renulne t 1 C tZf quartered nak vlOOU Huffet. colden or fumed, massive construction, in gen uine quartered oak. S16.75 Walnut and Mahogany Suites for the com plete appointment of the M'lTF IN r.l.r-.rT WAI.Nt'T Wll- Ham snd Msrv stvle. Sldrbusid. Inrhes lens... fSA M China Cshlnet. S Ina. w lile.. MS Se TM. M lneti (rntinri) a.VV ( hnlrs to match. In hsir rloih. tsp iry er lonther scsts. Pcrrlng tal l to match. MAIIOf.ANT M ITF. IX Qt F.F.N A '' (A rrroenellon). Md.he.rd. Tl tnehe. long ... .1S.M I J"': ',1 'rrM..-'"'! 'lli'-SI ( hlna Csblnst 1o mtli.. The elegant suites all portray ths they While the week of Wonderful Windows tn Omaha ts catching the eye of everyone, do not fall to visit the extraordinary Mattress snd Box Spring display shown in both our large windows all week and followed hy the actual demonstration of making mattresses In the windows all during the first, week of April. liook over the mattresses shown and the prices csrded on each one. Ask to see the felt that we use In our good felt mattress welRhlng 45 lbs., In art tick, at $6.75: an(l th T spring at 59.75. Show Your Love For Clean Sport Go to the Big Indoor Meet Auditorium, Friday, March 31 ' 53 Clubs, Schools. Y. M. C. A's., Universities 607 Athletes and Gymnasts It's a Great Prices 25c, 50c, ime-lnJ ay Farres Until April 14th $320S(D) To Nevada, California, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia $27.50 To Certain Points in Utah, ' Idaho and Montana Comfortable Tourist Sleeping Cars Colonist-fare tickets may be used in through Tourist Sleeping Cars to Pacific Coast and intermediate points, effecting a saving in time and expense. Union Pacific Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars are roomy, well ventilated, electric lighted, upholstered with rattan, and sanitary to a high degree. Apartments, Flats, Houses and Cottages can be rented quickly and cheaply by a Bee 'Tor Rent,'1 -TlWeS A Reason Huffet. golden oak, very heary, BO Inches In length, extra silverware and linen drawers, genuine quar tered oak, finely finished , $25.75 Dining Room. mitf. in nni. MAnooAjrr Acism styl. SMshoard, InrhM lonf . . .fel.W China Cshlnst. 4t lnrh wlds tlS. Table. 14 Inches (rionrt) (47JIS Chairs In leather aoat. sach HH Serving Tsbls to match. panel, rh M ft. refined and classic Unas of the iwrted represent. Show 75c, $1 7:30 P. M. ..Ich. 31 J " . islllQ For more information about rates and literature describing routes, stopover )i l ileges, etc., apply to li. IiKIXIKmi K, c. r. T. A., 1:121 Fai-nain 8 tree! , Omaha, Xehi'a&ka. I'lione liinelas it'll.