Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 09, 1916, WANT-AD SECTION, Image 44

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    Till: OMAHA SUNDAY liKK: Al'KIL f, 1016,
WANTEDBLANK
YERSEPR0L0GUE
Public Invited to Write Introdnc
tion to Shakeipeare Play by
High School Pupils
10 BE PRESENTED NEXT MONTH
Do you know anything about Wil
liam ShakrapcRrfi?
Arc you familiar with hla thrca
plai "Tha Tcmpc-at," "Ai You
Lfk It" ami "Mlilnummrr Nlght'a
Bram?"
And ran you wrlta blank vera?
If you can anawer "Yea" to the
tbrea qucatJoni, hara la your chanca
to rorar youraolf with glory, win
Jaatlng rllKiinctlon and go down In
lilatory ai having lakan part In tho
6hakiKp-ar tarcaotcnary of Omaha
' achool rhllHran,
All yni bava to do to win thla re
Bowa la to write a blank vithw pro
Jogua whlrh will taka four tntnijic-a
or delivery, to praccdn a Htiakaa
paarlan production to ba put on by
ISp aludenta from th thra high
arhoola. May 20.
Thla production, htli will fticlu I"
avna from th thraa play adov it, an
llonaij alii f" fiinafi' "ontrioHimi in
th worM-wll raM,rliin of lllll tOia
BprM Wfh M'tli'1)', Th commit la, if
WcV'r ho trto tb rnovawant, In
el'i1)ri tho Ml Jaanatt Mcln'il
Mary Iran Wall., Kathcrin" IIIIUhM
n4 MHIan HuoVrailorf, hv fh ly ill
mapped out, with lot of fairyland nl
oodlnl ffi', rnnale, riafaantry n)
itan'lnf
Prolog ft Called.
But tha faachaf fl lhy rnuat h
a pratn'i.
W'Mr abould thy gt th prologs,
wa a titration whi'h bottiaiad tbant fr
a long tlin until orn liriaht mind an
(atari th appaul to tha riaar pulillr,
Kvwyori I allalhl to aompat In thla
rontt. High achool ludtita, litii.
fhkaaiiaran lovara, (ilfh rrow, low
hrow and tan iiMiapapar ' rllia,
Tha r'iilra,Tirnt r only thaa.
'that (ho prolog) I In tlnk vr r
lumolc pantiiiar, and aliall not tait
tnor than Oira or four rnlnui for da
Hvaryj that It rafar to th occasion n!
glv a tMaf hint of ht In to folio,
fit, In ulnar word, flv i key lo lh
parforrnanra,
To aanlat conlaiilant. the lommttlaa
announce ttmt t)i opening acri will
ba a fuliylnii'l pMnl'ihiliiii in ntil'U
(Mk'i'ir will t' pliiMrtd onlp. Il
la to drnm all HiC follow In tha pi v
tfuHlon.
Ttii rontt will flnii May 10, all pro
logurg to h aMil to lh Icachara' rom
nilil. Tila eommlttra will not act aa
J'da'a, anotlifr hiving bfn provi'leil
for thla,
I loara nllb Tablraaa,
Another bla a-rn In th play will hi
tha final tahlraun, In nliL h all tha char
aitf-r will bi groii'1 about a c-tilrul
fiaura of lhakrapear,
Tha hlah liool aiinfrnla will try nut
for th mat nnt ViMr afternoon. Ml4
Mary 1rna Wallara mill llrrt tha play,
Mnthera and ! tc r will prrpara Ilia
coatumea and wtmhara of tha Urnnm
lf iia will prohdhly ro oprrata to a
I rent ailrnl In putting on tha produc
tion. Th I'Tain IrafU la planning an )!
nrat perform nr following th Ait Har
Kan faatlvltlf natt fall. f'r-y M k
aye'a rn'ijt, "ivaiopmnt of tha
prama," whlfh b wrot for th Khaka
apar tarrantanary ralabra'lon In Nnw
York In May, will proliahly t.a put mi by
th nam rM which alvaa th aaatarn
praaantatlon.
Churches of North
Platto Closed by
Health Officer
NOKTH f'MTTr:, Nah , April .-(.p.
rial. North Plait mlnlatara war up In
arm when th rlty health offlr laauart
an order that on r-ownt of the epMamle
of dlplitharla and ararlat fevar raalng
liar no aarvlira ahouht be held tn tha
ihurrha of the t-lty rlimilay, than failed
tn laaua an older rloh tha mollnn plo
tur thaalera. An onlnr prvnllng rhil-
' ilreii umler 14 )er of ne frriiirtithK
th theater a ai'nl out fiivrial in
tin. Th" henllh auihof llie rntila'iwli l
that It ai lin"ill'le to place p.illie
man at every i liuri'li ntl J.reriit i till-
' dtrn from tmerlnw, wlille, this can be
lly doim hi tli tlnalera ll.-n e the
' oiar to rloae the fhiirrhta rrillrely ot
iet Moiiitay lit lat
Ko loroiit H the protent of the mill
Inter that i Hi I'loai'lnn 1 .11 aa
that ait oidi-r rlonoa Hie triolein aloxilt)
I'l Hill, ami S 01 III I'll Mr plrtoi i,ior.
t'l.i, a III U 1 1 t uiit II phi ffh'laiia are
ioiiimi lint h i-iliritit la 01,, 11 run
iol
Th epl'tunili haa piei t.i tn i nnlr
aM, fit a rm .f ' il. t ffer ami oik
f illphtbrrla bal lot n r-rtai ue
tif t'l il Na w ! te iiul
epd lhln tha iiiy linini U'tln lli
U't I 1 lit ) f mir luiiii a
VV. A. M'DONALO, TREASURER
OF CUMING COUNTY, DIES
w f T pitisr. s.t . i.m i.,i
fletlol VEtt,Mti t 1 li.iM.tKt, t
Hfr i-f fiinilim rn.iuit i'i i hi ni,i m
tat ' a I '1 1 f ih 1 1 1
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WAITE'S MOTHER BREAKS DOWN OVER SON IN
HOSPITAL This picture of Mr. and Mrs. Warren W.
Waite, parents of Dr. Arthur Warren Waite, accused of
killing his father-in-law, John E. Peck, by the use of germs
and poison, was made on their visit to their son in Bellevue
hospital. It was the aged mother's first meeting with her
son since his arrest. She broke down and was carried
away weeping hysterically.
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Lr..jfcWfvM
Loan Association
to Help Poor Man
is Taking on Shape
f'lieitui and offl-ri fur tlia new (a
tneOUl loan aaaoi ladiii at to be rhoaeu
at a Piaatlna at tha Cummrrdal club
toulii 'J liuiaJuy I10011.
Th aaaoclatlon probably alii l called
th "i'rovldant Loan Aaaortatlon."
Thla I tha orgaiiUadmi that aeeka to
fill tha aap left by th wiping out of th
loan aharp hualneaa, loaning money at a
raaaonably low rat of lnfer-'.
All ado hwvfl anbai rlbed for the ato k
ata 'rld to h at th ni-etln Thnra
day. Arthrlva of Ini'nrporalliin probably
Will h iopte). unit appllflltlotl will then
h mad to the ae.-reiary of atalo for IP
ran to operate. It will Ink at lenat
thlity day to net thla, and It I pe'-ld
that th rnmpaiiy will b ready to open
buHneta In about two month. It m
likely I bat th fund at fitat will ha kept
In on of tb hnnka In Omaha., while
mrly an office for handling th btial
na will h mHlntnlned for a time.
rerann who hllv that th oraanlza
Hon I In ahap to do hualnea have bei-n
telephoning In regard to negotiating loan.
J. I', I 'a I hit ha hen g'Mlhg lola of
theae call alnca hla name haa been con
nected with the organisation work.
Among thoa prominent In the work of
organlalna th aaaorlatlon are; V, tl.
Adair, eoretry and treasurer of th
Omaha In and HulMIng aaaorlatlotii
I'aul Ktihn. trtirer of th t'onaira
tlv fiavlnga and Iain aaaoclatlon; V. U
I'urgeea of Hnrgeaa leranden rompnny;
P. f. Knapp of th Omaha Ho com
pany am) a number of other prominent
III liiielnei.il clulca.
Teuton Transport
Sunk in Adriatic by
French Sub-Sea
rvilia, Apill I - It wa officially an
nounced today that a Trench anbmarlue
ha ink an Aiiatilmt linar( In tha
Adrlalte.
Skin Sufferers
50c Box of D'Exma
FREE
Win at --1 l-i1 )ii iuil
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WILLOW SPRINGS
COCK UlUl
a it.iiii kalu ailia(
tfct ..!t Mi ) aa4
ltw iitit i .t ?. v4 f
a a " a ai4 in
ti..i".ii aa aa a a at. w tarn
wawl.at !..", itiMi.
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nEPUnLICAN SLATE
Tor County Attorney Vott For 0n
JAMES C. KINSLER
Grand Opera Stars
Use the Stdnway
Th Winning inoaaag hj bean r
e.lved by tli S hmoller A Muallar Piano
eoinpnny of Omaha from R, A. Hufhel
der, bnalnaaa inanger of th Itoaton
'Srand opera rornpany and 1'avlowa Im
perial Hallet Una:
I'leaae aelert. and raaerve Iwelv tatn-
ay pliinoa for leading arttat of (he
Hindoo Oinnd Opera company and I"V'
Iowa Imperial lOilli t Itimae for Ibelr naa
nnring lh Oimiha engagement at the
Auditorium April IUI
M a ahall uae th HteliWy piano
elualiely during (rfir aegaon hoeauae of
their iiiiijuiibI ton, talue.
Omaha Maa la Troohle.
TKi't'MMKIf, Neb.. April a.-(HpaelaM -Howard
1'. .tone, a merrhandla aal
promoter, who haa hean operating at Ad
am. rah Orchard. Sterling and Bt.
Mary, w arreelad t Ht. Mary yaatar
day by Fherlff M. Climan, and waa taken
to Karma City by John U lluntaman, a
defective frnm Kanaaa nty. Mr. .tone
claimed to have recently located In
Omaha, coming from Atlanta, Oa., and
that hla wife and two daughter live In
Onmlia. It I tuideratood that Jnne waa
arrealed for hi failure to mk proper
report to Mra. Harrington, rooming houae
keeper In Kanaa City, iitmn th caahlng
of a check. It I aali) the woman rhargea
that ah gav Mr. Jonea a check for $
to go and caah for her, anj that h did
not turn over all th money.
Want Ada never antrk their work -they
will get reaulta. If anything will,
IMII.I IK l. t DM II I tan.
Michael L Clark
-Repiiblican--
For Sheriff
! Aa randlilati fur tha rapuhliran
i llntiilnutloti tor hIhm Iff, Mil hael I.,
't'lerk, haa givi'ti neauraitcx that. If
ji'leiled, h w tit b tli.fled With tha
legal aalary and HihI b will tint put
(anything in tho wuy nf rnacttnrnt
1 of a prupcr lui-nanrn for fee, ling pf
!lhn piUiineta at iol to the) county,
i itr fnf t rk will, thctrfnrn, bii
a nt to i-nd tin Jail (ceding crrt,
Tu fwii JuJft tar Crafr
Oman
William F.Wappicli
I 4tfwr atari
CANOiOITt PON
Police Magistrate
,a Itui f.a) .If a) fr
r"iatl rfa
GEORGE A. ECKLES
Wnti Your Vote for
MUNICIPAL JUDGE
Pon't Torft th Nm,
CITY HALL STIRRED
OVER CATJUESTION
Proponition to Licenie Cats Puti
Another Problem Before
Commissioner.
KUGZL ASH DUNN FOR THE CATS
Lifa a"ma to b one dro thing
aftr another for tha city rommi
Hlonara, Aa aoon aa they have ona
vnxaliotia niuttrr claara-tl up, another
cotneg along to dlMurb Iho c'tanltii
Ity of lhn official,
Ihlt) tlino It la a propuacd llcrnno
ordinance fur rata. It 1 gonorallv
unde-i'atotid that certain InU'ieata op
poped to caia Intond lo nigo pa;iragt
tif a rnftaaitrn to provbi' fijr a I conau
for feline, tho wiinc an ilog,-i,ur!
Ill.'ftlHCd.
1 ''immlaalonei Kugcl. npcrliitndeui o
tha (leiat Inn nt or polii , umiltHt.nu and
public ,My, l i.pj tit- d to 11 1 1 y n air
tion of (he I,1 ci';. of ,. II' will ic
hla voice ugamal ic II ieglahnloii ,11,0
rtf'ea not cute aIio 1'iio.tfli II,
" do II.Ifih thiil iMna.in l"nee
ahouli e be g 1 , a ' ' aJ on .'.'I'a.ii l"lii'
lunaed mlnatie'u of ihe iilaol, hot I
doubt Hie wladoiii cf i-'j iii in lleena
POM I M 1 1, tilt till I a I M.
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T,. ' fe.' t
WILM.tM MA1M.KTT.
Votf for Mayor Wm. Madgott, Ma
publlcan fandldiitn for Govarnor, and
amanli tha political and big money
machlnaa, it, mnana clnan (tovarn
mont and a aavlng of money, 1,00k
up hla record aa Mayor of Hunting.
Urat lo file for (iovrnor. Flrat.
to coma out for IStatai Wld Problltl
tlon and forced the other cundidalcg
to takn a atand on tho liquor fiiea
tlon. Th randldaiei who upend hla
own money In making, hla campaign,
and la not under obllgatlona to po
litical machine and apeclal Inter
ail. "X machine) Candidate meana
a machine Oovemor." Mayor Mad
Rett la a friend of the common
people and laboring men and haa
received their Indoraemenf In the
city and rommunlty where he Uvea.
Hla nppoalHon ran be traced to the
door of Wit machine, who know
they rannot control him. Vote fur
t'andldatca for all office who ar
free from bl(5 money and political
machinery.
ARK Vol', A RI'TI'IHK'AN, fHi.
IXO TO VOTK Kilt , HKIM'lt.
hldAV f'AMHIATH KOR JrOV
KHVdll WHOHK (1AMPAK.V I
lll.INU MAN'AtiKH IIV A lKMfl.
fitvr, who is ;oi(i to votk
HUt t'HARI.KV lilt VAN' I OK (HIV
KRNOH? IMI YOU THINK A RRVAN
liKMOOKAT WANTS Tfl KKK THK
HTRONtiKST RKI'l'ltllfAN' .OMI
NATKI 1K t.OVKKNOR?
VOTE FOR
H. O. WULFF
rtt'tt fur iikia Maaila.
una l.
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Tniau piatalt r
raiMtit imi, tTa
HMMKT O. SOLOMON,
caiuhvl.ne for th titicc of
Cotinty Ttcasurrr, on h
Kt-publicun tukrt. liai re
wivlott in the ctntnty 4,H yrars.
Wtw CiHinty Gwnmihsumcr
IQ-ieu?, County Conip.
Imllcr 1908-1 9tW. .tnd hat
frveJ i Chief Deputy
County mo1 Cttv Trntiurrr
" 1910 lo date.
Well rstMfvt on County Af
(.uiH - Mridly bviMnt-Ni h
koovs lunv tuli
nnl it h i.
f Se ,
't vl
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aaWaiiliiiiriaiiaai ai-iaaatataaaia1ti btt d-Jktm0ttmimmi-t
for ca'a," remarked Chief of Tollce Duun,
a ho la a friend of tho call.
Tli chief hn ticeit dlatnrbed aavcral
time during tho nocturnal atillnca 'y
(hoilt.;ra that ralaad their volcea In un
aeernly manner. He refera to them oa
"volcea of th night."
"How would the poundn.aater catch
tha unllrmaed cat? That' what I would
Ilk to know. You got to ihow ma,"
I'oi ith al, tut r.it riaiMi.
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I am for Omaha and Nebraska, but above all
am for my country, right or wrong, against all
the world,
'"'waKgaar.rgggy
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Sanitation First
MY PLATFORM:
Do what the People want
while in office, is sufficient
promise to ask for your
support at primaries, April
18th.
J.E.JULL
DEMOCRATIC
CANDIDATE FOR
LEGISLATURE
i
George
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VOTE FOR
Robert C. Strehlow
Democratic Candidate for
STATE SENATOR
huliici I In IViniarlc Vrll I at, I H I It.
Itraliletit ami l'et
III Oiimlm hime laiMt,
He U Libfral unci Progressive.
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Wm i tn. i i. . urn .i
C. 13. TUN GATE
Itrpiil'hi h I ati.lldala fnf lit N.iitinalliH if
Slierlfl OoiifjliiN County
i'tiii..ir. tna.i.
was the remark of Comnnaaloner Hum
me I.
Th propoaltlon 1 creating 'tuite a all.
in the city hull.
gfora trlebratad BocK Bear.
A rar and mellow old brew, guro'.
teed to b aged over i month, fon't
fall to order a c or two Mr your
home. It I a real treat. Thon Ch
Btor. Web. 12H0.
I'oi.i ric a 1, AOVf.it rial su.
Benj.S. Baker
riEPUZLicn
Candida'c for
CONGRESS
I live, work, earn, invest
and epend tr money
in my o.vu liorric town
VOTE FOR
N. H. L00MIS
OMAHA, NEB.
ramlldnte for Prlogjife lorn Hie
Seroml t 'oiigre.ai'iim! M(rii'l
lo (he
RKI'l HI.H AN NATIONAL
ONVKM ION.
A. Eckles
I ' w ' ' - ', H
Candidate for
JUDGE of the
MUNICIPAL COURT
Non-Partiaan
PRIMARIES APRIL 18th
30 7r practtc ta all court of Ifebraaka;
City and County Attorney many yaara ta Ha
hraakai 44 yaara ago cam to Kabraaka a bori
18 yaara Truata and Haoratary of aa Acad,
amy I ai yaaia In Oovarninant Servlcai year
raeldeura la Omaha. Uaroad hla own way la
hla atnea yaara old. Qualified to b a Jii'lga
la any court la Habracka.
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VOTE FOR
H. VV. REED
aarvaticaat rawDinara
roa aa Koattaaa ja
police: judge
mv rvattoa1 " pi i
AU
taia.a ai ao r4 t.i
raiataaita twa aaatb utt
t in ii i mta
Quality
in a
Real Estate
Investment
When buying
a residence lot,
whether buying
for a home or for
an investment,
buy where you
yourself and
other people like
you will vvish to
live. Then the
increase in the
value of the land
will take care of
itself.
In any case do
not buy a lot
simply because
it is cheap. It is
always wiser to
buy a little more
expensive lot,
even if you have
to build a little
less expensive
house to do it.
You can al
ways better
your house, but
you can never
change the loca
tion of your lot,
nor can you do
much single
handed in the
way of changing
the character of
the property
surrounding it.
It u ill pay you
to stwlu a little
before you buy.
The best place to
get this educa
tion is in thereat
estate columns of
Till; BEE--Omuhu's
Great
est Heal Estate
medium.
,atmAA'rimjturr,'
arvt"jwia