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TITE BEE: OMAHA, SATTTRDAV, APRIL 1016.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
"Tomnd'i fox Bportlnf Goods."
k C. M. ftylandar, for Htnte Senate.
1 Lighting ruturee .rturgeas-GraiKlen.
Diamond Xngafament Blnfa. I'Mholm.
Have Boot rrtnt It Now Beacon Praaa.
fterdan Tooli Jan Morton & Bon Co.
Ooodrloh Oard.o Hot Morton A Sua
Char A. Oosa la the only Omaha
Candidate fur atiprcine judgn.
Dtun I. Oragg for county commie
i"iicr. roi' lale-5'i mil 6 City and 1'arm
MirtiMma, ,. , ijunioiu. Kivlllic lildd
Jobs i. Wegley tor judtte of municipal
"urt, nonpartisan (legislator In 1915).
losaa Hl( lfla William Hnyr, 2127
Pratt etrort, In iiilnim a rifle wlilih was
atoli'ii from lila pUco Tlmrndny.
"Today's Mori Program," rlanalfled
action toilay. It appeaxe in Tha Bea
hXC Lt'KI V'KIY. f ind out what tha va
rUme moving picture theaters offar.
Jacka Will Adjourn The Jarkaontan
Ct ill will ii'tt hold ltd uaiiul meeting tills
evening, but will adjourn o that all
members rimy attend the Bryan meeting
Old Carey Iodii taaeed M. Rellcow
Inx li.-ancrl Ilia old Curry home at W7
Park avenue, wlili-li has been remodeled.
Tha deal was handled by the real estate
firm of Porter & Khotwoll.
To Addraaa tha Barrlstars Wymor
Hi fanhir of tlio Northwestern will ad
dress the HurrlHti'ia' club Saturday noon
at the, Commercial I'luh on "Home Spe
cial Favors of Hiillroad Ijiw."
Auto Stolas W. ('. Sample: of Hie Ponl
Motor loinjiany Informs the pollen that
a niaelilne whli'h lie was driving Thiirs
l y hh stolen from Thirteenth and Km
n. el. utieetH.
Una "Tes-Tlle" Bblnglee Sunderlande.
Aodirona, riraaoraana. bumlei land's.
Indiana With Wild Waat ihow Thir
ty .five Sioux Indiana from the I'lne
indue iffi i vatlon, hooked for tlio season
with the 101 JIhiicIi show, will b In
Omiha. Sunday, eiiroute to Oklahoma
I'lty, They conin in over the. North
western and o out over the Jlurlliigton.
McDonald (lets Vardlot D. A. MePon
n manager iif the American Press
ssaoelat ion, has been given a Judginant
of f J , m i mid coHx In bin ult against
,1'ff W. Bedford A Hon and Kdwlii
Bedford, Tho litigation urew out of the
purchase, of a resilience, aoon after M
Horiuld arrived in Onitiha from lietrolt.
To Addraaa Tbaoaophloa) Sjoclety tt.
V. Ilium, a lecturer for the Theoaophlcal
aortal y, who la a well known lawyer of
Kansas City, will lecture at Thcosophlcal
hall, 701 Ilea building, on Butiirday and
Sunday evenings. Tho subject of tho
Saturday evening lecture will be "floclal
Itegeneratloti." llo will leeturo Sunday
morning at It o'clock on "The Coming
Christ," and Sunday evening at 8'o'cloclc
' on "The ItldUla of Death."
Sloan Leads Fight
Against Brain Trust
Omitting the West
(From a Waff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, Apr! H.-(Speclal Tela
gram.)-An American academy of arts
and letter seems Imminent. While the
boya In "khaki" ara trying .o meet up
with Villa on the aun-parehed plalna of
..Mexico, scant of food and ammunition,
and general conditions netting worse In
Mexico, the house of representatlvea dc
veted WfdneHday to tha dlscuaaloii of a
Mil creating an American academy of
aits and letters. Tha bill cama up again
jasterday and was defeated.
This bill names forty-two Ineorporatori
with William lean llowells, Theodore
ltooHeelt, John Burroughs, Henry Cabot
I,oilne, Horatio William l'arker, Daniel
French, J. F, iSargant and other dis
tinguished men vesting In this dlstln
Hulahed company tho right to fill the
academy to fifty and forever hold It to
itepieaentatlve Bloan, who fought the
Idea of a close corporation In arts and
letters in the last congress, distinguished
himself today In a speech which breathes
the blancss of the west.
After pointing out the reasonable
niiieinliiieiits tiiat should ba made to a
bill of such sweeping character, Mr.
Sloan said that placing in the hands of a
body of very distinguished men, not only
the power to standardize literary and r
llHtlc achievements and say yea and nuy
to the ambition of all aspirants outside
Hit pale gave jjavn the membership the
poncr to perpetuate itself through com
After most complimentary allusions '
Mime of thorie iiiiiiied as Incorporators of
(ill "iiiideiny of the fifty Immortals."
.Mi-. Moan found that barring one, James
U hitcomh Itih y. eveiy Incorporator
liiimil In the hill came from one of tin"
ihiiliin niiiiUial NtHti'S without so much
m a ii "en ii to the men of the mlnhiy
m. I. Then le spoke of I'.lxbv, the poet
pluloM'pher of I. lii' ln. ol I' dtiiir V.
Hon.- of Atchison and of WPllam Jen
1 1 1 1 1 u -i tli ) an and of Walt .Muson "tempo-
trily ioaiMil to Kansas." These names,
hi Mid. had been f'Ugotirn In the let of
Hi oi Puiat rs ami inilex the Mil wax
niii.te f.iiilv epteeiittwe "it slMi'dl
ill uiil'l the liirr.tr and rt!Hie nun
ii o I wuineii of tint mniTy d moiisiiat
i.'.eir i '""i'iun and ira"!' of tri im nr
s ol ili- i Union of Anir'i an and llleian
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Figurei of Election Commissioner
Show a Net Total of 40,013
Voters in City.
REPUBLICANS IN THE MAJORITY
FlgurcH Issued by llarley O. Moor
head, election commissioner of Doug
las county, show a total net regla
tratlon of 40,013 votera In Greater
Omaha. This exceed by approxi
mately 2,000 reglBtratloni the num
ber estimated before the final count
Ily parties the registrations show
a total of 21,610 republicans and
1 6,564 democrats. ReglKtratlons
classified as miscellaneous Include
all other parties and those who gave
no party affiliations.
About 3,om) old challenges standing on
the books, together with 4,671 removals,
were deducted to get the net registra
tion, Tha total grosa registration wa
HraUtrallon lir Ward.
Jteouh- Demo- .Mlscel
llcsn cist, laneous
nid .,, l.fVi ik r,a
New IU ! (1
Tolali 2,I.'S l.m 1T9
Old l.W I.W 214
New B.TD :,', ;
Totals 2,,.1 l,'U W
tiu nn ward.
Old 1,22 lt! 110
New "iM 447 34
Totals I.!K,4 1 ,'Hfi 144
For RTH WABD.
Old 1.317 iM?A VP
New : 72f, ;ki 7A
Totals 2.;2 2,127 H5
Old l.Wi 1 221
New 71S 4l 47
Totala 2.:l 1.4WI 271
Old 1,37 fl72 IM
New tA Vm K
Totals l.MR Kd 21
HKVKNTH W A HI '.
Old 1,422 Ml IM
New 437 :::;-! 27
Totals VM hill 220
Old 2.22t i.4r,r rt
New 1.409 1.119 m
Totala 3.W 2.o 41
Old J,. ",10 fi? 2
New IM 3'U 41
Totala 2,1"4 1,021 24!l
Old 71 1.0M 7S
New 340 m . 36
Totals 1.011 I.Ms 110
Old 1,1112 70 l'S
New K.7 411 4.1
Total 1J449 1,147 1!
Old 2,101 1,21 33
New 787 473 4
Totals 2,93 1,7M 429
Grand totals. .30. hit 1K.MM I.S39
Endorsement of tho proposed contract
by the city with the Electric IJght com
pany for Increased street lighting to ex
tend over a period of three years was
made In a resolution passed by tha Fed
eration Of Improvement Clubs at a meet
ing In the city hall yesterday evening.
The federation went on record aa be
ing opposed to the bond Issue for new
Several candidates for the legislature
were present to give their views on mu
nicipal ownership of eloctrlc light and
power and gas utilities.
FUNST0N ASKS PERSHING
TO REPORT ON ATTACK
SAN ANTONIO, Tex., April 14.-(Jeneral
Funston has sent a message to Cleneral
Pershing urging him to expedite a re
port on the I'arral Incident, but late
tonight had received no reply.
Up in Front in the
rpHEUE you'll find Frat Clothes hob-nobbing with the
most expensive "made to measure" garments from
the "exclusive" tailors.
Why pay n tailor or nny HutliiiT $40 or $.'iO fur Matfr ("luting?
Without ili-lay without fu wi ran Tit nn fjmll 11 y in R
Frat suit mnl ou ran rub ilows mi liasti-r l lio mn-i tif-titliou.sly-iln's-i'i
jiiiiiiii-iiuilt r in town.
$15.00 to $22.50
Yl Al I Inline , t' lial 'I titil.'H i in liM'ttv lll -illslil otittp- I'ln
lllllll l' illlllitlHll illl llllf '. il.' HI III-Ml UuL, Ml,. K
t'it'nt ititii (In -t KiU itn'iit" ; mm it. u I. tn ui in l' I. ill',
III aiil fituoN.
Buy a Frat Suit for Easter and Save Money
IHl l - )'l
ism atvu li
.li U l'r
I I I lisuk a I
Can't Work for Firm Because He Is
Over Forty-Five, Sues for $50,000
' CHfi'A'IO, April If - A. K. Hunt of
Dallas, Tex , a railway conductor, filed
suit In the I nlled Wales dbilrl' t court
here today against J. W. Illnglns and the
Oeneral Malingers' association In which
he aska M.Oim damages and declares thu
association Is a trust n insiralnt of trad .
Hlgglus Is the principal officer of tha
association, an Illinois corpoiallun, which
the bill snys Is composed of maiiageia of j
many large corporation and railroad
companies In his ill! Hunt s Is forth that
be Is 4A years old and in excellent physical
and mental condition, but Is uniibla to get
work because of a rule of the nssoc'atlon
making employes' age limit 4f years.
Tills rule, the bill recites, Is unconstitu
tional and a vlola'lon of laws against re
attaint of trade.
A bureau Is maintained by the associa
tion, according to the bill, In which rec
ords of each peiann employed by rail
roads In the country Is kept-largely the
opinions of petty official on which mem
bers of the organization act It Is alleged,
Further Mr. Hunt nsjirts, If any employe
of the corporation exercises the right of
LINCOLN VISITORS AT EXHIBIT
RETURN flOME MUCH PLEASED
Bevaral Lincoln women, representing
the art department of the Lincoln
Woman's club, were visitors In Omaha
yesterday at the exhibit of northwestern
artlats, which is being held In the
museum at the public library under the
auspices of the Omaha line Arts society.
Tho Lincoln visitors, who expressed
themselves as being exceedingly well
pleased with the exhibit, were: Mrs.
Fred Green, Mrs. O. D. Corey, Mrs. V. H.
Westcott, Mrs. 1 , Habcock. Mrs. 3.
7.. Smith, Mrs. F. M. F.aslerday, Mm. It,
H, Wilkinson and Mrs. K. Hradshaw.
mm ost: or
mm M . -Tnmawi.iiiiiw l,ar J '--mtw ' jf
Unn'iiiMP si jsMiisWiiiiias. .iw-igajsj Itiit tiiWiililWisi aiMii isawsnWf
f i fi; speech regarding Die methods of
the corporation employing him he In
listed ss undesliahle and refused employ,
mint by other members of the associa
tion. These ads are a con. ;,!racy to control
the labor market of the country Ihe bill
chuiges and because of l hem many em
ployes are held virtually In voluntary
I'lll.lTII II, 4IM f il l IKIMi.
The Supreme Issue
NEBARSKA'S GOING DRY
W. J. BRYAN
AUDITORIUM, Sunday Evening,
A Monster Mass Meeting
& 11 j iji
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Vint Our LuliK1 Drpt IWforr ll.wter
ZZ3 f f
I " 1 ry O'CIOCK SAT
MRS. WILL B.TAGG
IS BADLY BURNED
Soot in Furnace Catches Fire and
Ignites Woman's Clothing and
CALLS THE DOCTOR AND FAINTS
Heroic Mf-pnn:iciHifin in a tu
r.cni's buttle with rushing flames
f i tun n open furnace in oil thftt
H.ied Mrs. . II. Thkk, wife of Will
TiiKfi, vice president of the South
OhihIui Stock cvchitnge and well
known stockman of Hi South Side,
l:oni serious burns lu the basement
cf her home, 3715 South Tweniy
fllth street, Friday morning at !
o'clock. Mrs. Thkk fared fl fiery
fc.ast from burning aonl In the fur
mire Imso long enough lo nliut the
door, extinguish her burning hair
and clothing and run upstairs nd
cull Ihe doctor by telephone after
the accident had happened, Then
Mr. Tagg wis iili.ne In lei hem', en
gaged In cleaning mil the coot In lh
furnace. The sunt suddenly caught fliv
mid the st ddi n r.ish of flame that ft
lowed caught Mrs. Tiigg f"ll 111 the fa -e,
Uniting hei hair and upper clulhltu
Where most women would lave fa'nlel
(lend away, she threw the hesvv furnace
rfnor abut and hastily smothered tier
burning upper clothing and hair with n -r
ores, hut not befnrr much of her hair
had been burned away.
Not stopping here, she rushed upstairs
and phoned Dr. F. a. Heck, who lives
next door, to eome over Immediately.
Here she fainted and ws found neir
the telephone by Mr. Heck and other
neighbor women. Tb doctor happened
to be downtown, but 'Vns soon sum
mnnrd. He pronounced her Inlmles not
serious, but slated that she had s veiy
Mrs, Tagg will be confined to her h-d
for several days. , Win Is a prominent
Woman's club leader and church worker.
PUBLICITY BUYERS' CLUB
P0STP0NESDINNER A DAY
The llelall Publicity lluycrs' club has
..,..,..,..,1 lis Illinium! for one day, It
was originally scheduled for Monday
evening, April V, but has been post
m Tuesday evening, April IS. at
the Ixiyal hotel. Thla I Ihe new club
which organlied and achieved me e
of Wonderful Window."
pilhlill Al. All F.IITISISiH.
I'UI ITK AL AUVEHTISIMJ.
'"" 'i"ii ''iyTO"ii:w" 'icin.if fa? ' -wy i;.r" nij,
l i sromn i.nii,.iai ' ,
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A,. . ' i r
Democratic Candidate for National Committeeman '
Higlit ycni-M' H'l-vicf on tin? National Committee
i-lioiilil give im. a familiarity with the men and methods
of the coiniiiiltoi' that would he of tfreat value to the
party in (fie hlate during the eampaiffii, V-
The fuel that I am chief executive of a city whern .
a heavy vole ee'ntered ouht to hhow the political wij- ;
(loin of chooHiiitf me. The fact that I am opposed to pro- gi
hihitioii, hut am counted an ahnilutely fair hy lU friends, "
and the fact that I am for W, J. Bryan m delegate to the M
national coiiiniittee, and
United States nenator, kIiouIiI show iny fieedoin from
factionalism. My jmhlic
1 ill rt . 1 1
Hiiouni oe prooi poHiuve inai
party's welfare, and will not permit personal feelings or
consideration) to influence me.
I lielieve I can he the committeeman of the party and
not of any faction or individual, T hnve never nought or
received the support of the hpecial interest f, hut always
made my appeal to the plain people,
I am asking the Mipport now of the rank and file of
the party anil will know no interest but theirs if elected.
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One hundred men who will
work for Judtfe Sutton for gov
ernor on primary day, without
pay, to eall at Sutton's headquar
ters, 322 Bee Building.
Jku ljiavlif jjDopiirlipori)
Ne N'lltti' i Hreji't
POLITIC 4 1, AllVF.HTISIMi.
'': vri if :";piri!""NWi"!";!."i :;:r'i'T:ii"fi!!;i":"' l";'!Tl: ' ii J
for (lilliert M. Hitehcock for d
career and present attitude h
ii j .. i . I 1.. 1. Jt.. i? .
i am iniereMeu oniy in inc ej ;
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James C, Dahlman.
Frrsrat County Aeaeasor
1 CainllilHto for
I'riinarli-s April 18th, mil.
I pledgn that every dollar of
fpps shove U;(ll HAhAltV
will be turiioil Into Ihe rounty
Myron L. Learned
unuetf niun i
Ut? D0U01.A3 STfiEKT.
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