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niK BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, AP1UL 25, 1016.
NAMED AS U. S. COMMISSIONER
PROPOSED POOL HALL
LAW PLACED ON FILE
Ordinance Providing for 9 O'clock
Closing Not Favored by
BILLIARD MEN ORGANIZER HERE
BY JUDGE W00DR0UGH
ioup Eiver Delegatei would Have
Pierce Thii State.
THEY MAY BE UNRECOGNIZED
When the Savannah to Seattle
Highway convention waa called to
order at the Fontenelle hotel Monday
morning, a delegation of twenty
three men from central Nebraska
appeared to bootst for what they
tfrm the "Loup Klver Short Line,"
The Savannah to Seattle route, a
tentatively outlined, cornea from
Falls City to Omaha, fience to
Moux City, thence to Sioux falls,
ind wrt to the mack I111U country
: find Deadwood, 8. I).
) The delegation of I-oup City fel-
lows want the line to cut through
mtral Nebraska, an followa: Co
lurabiiH, Genoa, Kullcrton, St. Paul,
mmm Old, Qurwcll and Long Fine.
Hold Crll Mrrtlna. ,
Thaan twenty-thrra men Mii a little
mrnllnfr at tlir Kontunclla In the Intarcat
of their propo-il Jllark Mill, l-onp J liver
ami Omaha highway. They wore yellow
tiiHlwfi hearing lliu Initial of thla m
rioi1 lltm, Aliliouah they were not In
vltoo aa dp,gt' ti tho larger eonvait
Hon for the national highway, they aoon
adjourned their llliln meeting, after ap
pointing nix (IcIciKxlcf to the larger con
vention, and poured Into the room whare
the Havamiah to Hnattln highway Con
tention waa in protean.
The oredentlula cnmiulltee of the na
tional organization haa not a yet paaaed
upon ciailenllala, an'l It I nnaalltla that
th lx aelf-ehoaen dnlrgatea of the I)up
lllver Hhort Line will not be recognized.
The altuatlon, of courae, la that the
big convention waa planned to have dcle
catea only from the pivotal polnta, or
the main ellle to be touched, and theae
were tentatively sgn-ed upon before the
dflegHtea lire Invltd at ell.
f, A. Wella of Omaha waa named tem
porary chairmen and riarka O. Towell
temporary aerretary. Mr, Well In the
eonrae of the mornlng'a aeaalon auggoated
that thin new diagonal route be termed
the "Waahlngton Highway," Inetead of
the "Havannah to Seattle Highway."
N. H. Abram of Seattle, Frd Houaer
of Atlanta, and C'ierke O. Towell of
Omaha wera named membere of the cre
dentials commute. '
V. A. Wella of Omaha, Courtney Thorp
of Havonnah and C. B. Wllaon of MHch-
ell, h. I.' are tho membera of the or
The delegate were the gueat at a
lun( heon at the Commercial club at noon.
$ I ' aiam.. 4
Murray Is Offered
Job by the Allies
Aaalatunt General J'andenger Agent
Murray of the I'nlon 'I'a-lflo I uauk
from Wlnneren, whern lie went on rail
road bualo'-aa, and while he did not en
Hat .ie had acorea of opportmiltl'itt to
f Join the iirltlah army. Not, only trt ,
hut he waa promlaed a rnimniaalon if
ho would Join the color.
On hla trip to the north Murray waa
accompanied by H. . Carter, the on
pany'a dlNtitrr. paaacnger agent at Mln
neapolla, who haa come on to Omaha f r
a atay of a few day, tloth of the rail
road men aaaert that Wlnnepeg- la a rat
military camp and that on the afreet
one meeta more aoldiera than civilian,
i.erruliliig atatlona run two to half a
doien to the Mod In the bualneaa por
tion of the city and Juat outalde the coe
porate limit there are two great cam;
where the raw recrulta are worked over
Into aoldiera to be aent to iff front
Gang Which Stole
of Brass Pinched
John Koaky, Joe Kewanla, John Cqvol
aky, fleorge Koropa and l.d Ouealk were
arreated by Hpeclal Offleer Fred J'nlm
tag ef the Mlaaourl t'aclflc. aaalated by
t'atrlck l,ahey of the llllnola Central.
for the theft of an enormou ((iiiintity of
railroad biaaa. Thla la aald to be the
blggnat "plnh" of II kind ever made In
thla loe.allty. The property o far ac
counted for, and whleh haa partially been
recovered, wua found by I'nliiiia.g butted
In a bank at Forty-eighth and Maaon
etreel. Hraa to the value of 4,W) haa
been taken from the llllnola Central,
$!,fl00 from fho Mlaaourl Pacific and 12,00"
from the Xorthwenti'rn, with a large
amount from tho I'nlon a'lflc. In all
the total will reac h In the neighborhood
Confeenlon have been a'iired and l"W
HardlriK, Junk dealer at Fifteenth and
Cuming atreeta, to whom A quantity of
the braaa waa aolil, hna been apprehended
and releaaed on bond.
Auto Thieves Steal
the Council Bluffs
Police Station Car
Three automobile were reported to the
polba to have been atolen during the
laat twenty-four bouia. They belong to
Klmer 14. Jtumbangh, 307 North Twenty
fifth atrect, whoaa ear waa taken from In
front of hi home; fartln Hteven, ' Mil
lard, Neb,, taken from Thirteenth and
Pougla tree.u; tho Counell Ulnff po
lice department of Council Hluffn, la.,
taken from. In front of the Counell Hluffa
central police atatlon. The latter car
waa a flivver need by tho health depart
ment of the Iowa city.
OMAHA DRIVING CLUB
READY FOR BUSINESS
Incorporation paper lor the Omaha
Driving club, cnpltallied at 13,000. huve
been filed with the county clerk. Ed
ward Petersen, wealthy railroad con
tractor in the Woodmen of the World
building, la prealdent; O. M. Kinlth, well
known horaeman, laaecretary-treaaurer
and Kdward P Pec. la the third mem
ber of the board of dlrectora.
"Wonderful thlnga are In atora for
(imuha," declared Mr, Petemen, when
aaked about tho new club. "We're o
Ing to do thlnga on a big acale and give
the peope who Ilka horae race a real
run for their money,"
Horae heretofore confined exclualvely
to the grand circuit will be brought to
Omaha during the coming aeaaon and
Omaha aportamen will have an opportu
nity to ee nearly all of the rnoat famou
horaefleah epeclmena of the world.
SOUTH SIDE LICENSES
UP FOR CONSIDERATION
The cltjf founell held a epeclal aeealon
yeaierday afternoon for ronaldrratlon ef
flfty-lliiee lif rlghty-flve Mouth Side
retail liquor application, Theiw llciiea
will he urd fi.r eight lonntlia from May
I to bring the Mouth Hido II enar In unU
fortuity with Omaha prur. The Ut a
Inon Ibeneea lenoed by the former Houth
Omaha i-mim'il were for a year from
May I, 191''. Te II. eii fee for the eight
month wtlt '. ahtih la elghl
lerifiha of i ''.
Sick Germs Cripple
Omaha Police Force
Motorcycle Officer L. 6. Thraaher, who
waa Injured In a collision at Hlxteentb
and Farnam atreeta Friday night, la Im
proving. Officer A. A. Rich I critically
III with peritonlil at Win Memorial hoi
pltal, while officer Fred Hitter, who I
at the aame hoapltal, 1 recovering; from
a recent operation, officer Harry l.'lmer
I confined to hla home with rheumatlam
and Hergeant Ruiaell I at home with an
attack of grip. Officer John Holden la
In the Llater hoapltal Buffering from
blood polaonlng and Officers Jamea Mo
Donald and John McDougall are at Hot
Hprlnga, Sergeant Vvllaon, who haa bean
(erloualy 111 at hi home for more thin
a month, I out again and vlalted head
quarter Monday morning.
SAFE LEFT UNLOCKED;
THIEVES GET CONTENTS
Thieve gained ' entrance to the Ne
braaka Mercantile company, 131S How.id
alreet, through the akyllght Snndiy night
and atole 15 In caah and 122 In atamp
from the atrongbox In an unlocked aate.
Orotte Uroa. company, 91S Farunm atreet,
wa entered by thieve and the atronr
box forced open, hut nothing waa ob
tained. The aafo In thla eatabllahment
had alao been left unlocked.
DIVORCES ASKED AND
DECREES GRANTED HERE
Following are appllcatlona for divorce,
Hied In dlairtct court li Mela fhoe
n.ekrr aiialnat Frank; married In l'l.
Mi. r I ha from William Dlan, t'arr.e f ro n
It. K. Iligha, Nellto front Charle ller
rup. Dlvorii granted by hiilgee (av an I
!.lle and dH'rea f'ld: Ituth I. Iloth'i
from Itayniond llughta, Manilla frmn
Paul Kiuack, Alma Huntley from Prank
Matilda Hutllna from Jamn W llollliie,
John V Peteta from Hrnl K. Priei
Went Al . vr atara thrlr or-they
HI get uo l. tf nthtn will,
Treat awake ea t lt e tiare,
loingetuiui linooliUl ami lung ailment
ftillow negtrrteil ifhle liki Or King
New I !). It Will keep ..!
All drue(lta - Ad et llnmnt
Body of John O'Neil Saved from
Burial in the Potter's Field
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The city council committee of the
vthole placed on file nn ordinance
Thlch provide! for closing of pool
ftid billiard halls at 9 p. in, Com
iiilHsloner Kugel, who offered tbs
ordinance by request, aald he did
not favor the measure In It present
V. A. Oardner, organizer of the
National Billiard Protective league,
c.mie from Chicago to organle the
jora) pool end billiard men.
"The preaent oi dlnancea, If enforce,!,
will meet any altuatlon In connee(ini)
with pool and billiard place," atat''d
Mr, Haidner. "Three-foiirtha of the
Omaha pool and billiard men will within
Ihe next two week organize and co-yi.
crate with tho official In the enforce
ment of existing ordinances."
A protest against restricting Thirty
aeronil. street, Woolworth avenue to Pa
cific atreet, for M'Sldence purpose wns
placed ,on file by the city council roio
rnlttee of the whole, A delegation of
member of the Field Club IHslrlct Im
provement club urged the city romml i-
loner o restrict till street as pro
vided by a rcent law on the auhjeil
An ordinance will he prepared declaring
th'a atreet a realrlcled district,
CITY TO HELP PAY COSTS OF
The city council will endeavor to com
ply with a petition from residents along
Happy Hollow boulevard, asklua (hut the
city pay half of the Improvement of Ihe
boulevard from Dodge to Izard alreci,
providing the properly owner pay Ihe
oilier half. The petition will be brought
up neit Monday morning In the regular
order of business.
Hr Is an aay roelp for euitard
pit that I dallclous. Try It
today for dlnnar.
7 retponn twmlta
I H 1ratmtm trill
1 Tahltpoon four -3
l illlt nutmeg
I tful lettng$
tuixrduilk I tuplula)
Tut milk into double boiler and icald.
Stir flour and aiiftar toRether. Heat, the
yolkg of the eggs to a cream and add flour
and augar. Add salt and vanilla then the
well beaten white of the egg. Pour all
the ingredient into a deep pie tin which
has been lined with crubt.
Grate over the top of pie a
little nutmeg and bake for
twenty five or thirty min
utes In a moderate oven.
I 5!f (IJm fir- o3
Cottage Evaporated Milk on account of
Ita creamy richness is superior to bottle
milk not only in the above recipe for cus
tard pie, but for all cooking purposes. It
is economical, convenient and absolutely
pure. Nothing added juat some of tha
water taken out sterilized but un
sweetened. Made in spotless condenaeries
in the richest dairying districts in this
country, by the American Milk Company
HAVE COLOR IH YOUR CHEEKS
lie Bettor fxwiklng Take
If your skin la yelloweomplexlon pal
lid tongue coated appetite poor you
have a bad taate In your mouth a laiy,
no-good feeling you ahould take Olive
Dr. Edwarda' Olive Tableta a aubatl
tute for calomel were prepared by Dr.
Ktf wants after 17 yeara of study with
hla pat lent a.
Dr. Kdward' Olive Tablet are a pure
ly vegetable compound mlied with olive
oil. You will know them by their olive
If you want a clear, pink akin, bright
eye, no pimple, a feeling of buoyancy
Ilk rhlulhood daya, you must get at the
Dr. Kdward' Olive Tablets act on the
liver and bowela like rlomrl-yt hav
no dangen.ua after effecte.
They start the bile and overcome con
atlpatloii. That why million of bote
re sold annually at lue and ?Jc per boa.
All drv -Iste.
Take one or two nightly and not the
The Olive Tablet Company, t'nltimbue.
l- ... .n ,
Dun t tiy i..il skin iimiMra Von
ran bate a vlrar. ihan romplrilun If
using a little iiiw, p.ii(liiet at any drug
i , ,r f"f ur rtr lar botll at
Kni.i i-aslly fm. ail trace t y o,
flrt. Matk hU. write, ant imgwurin
aiot n the su ii.sf antl heaiiay
.him is a. m .r , n ky aor
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or.onat; hkenneu. rrop
USE hiim FOOTaUSC,
Will soon open its doors at Sixteenth and Dodge Streets, with
ample facilities for conducting a commercial banking
business and a complete savings department.
Less than 5 of the Stock Remains Unsubscribed
The Success of a Bank Depends Upon the Management
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A1.IIKIIT S. WIIITI))
W, C. LAMItKHT,
Tlif most irnpoi'liiiit purt of u Imnk'u bu.siricHH is the lonning of its niunoy, hihI its huccohh 1o
pons iilinoHt t'titircly ujxm tliat out? feature. If a bank makes no bail loans it is virtuallyTortuin
to jmy (iiviileiKls. Mrn bave been f-clcctt'tl for tlie wtivo lnanacmont of tho Central State Hank
who aro fully cquijipetl by experience and training to gunnl tho interests of stockholtlers and dopos
.itorB in tbe extension of credits. Mr. While, tho president; Mr. Lambert, the vieo president, and
Mr. Hoover, tbe cashier, have ouch had previous experience as members of tho lonn committees of
other successful city banks.
Among the Stockholders Are Active Bankers
of Nebraska and Western Iowa, who have, a thorough knowledge of tho situation. They aro convinced
that a fitate bank, founded and chartered under tho Nebraska banking law, which guarantees the se
curity of deposits, ably and conservatively managed, is certain of earning large dividends, and that
THE OPPOTUNITY IS UNEXCELLED
As It It Located In the Most Prosperous City In the Middle West
Tho new City Directory gives Greater Omaha a population of 217,000 in fivo years it will be 300,
000. The huge volumo of trade, and traffic is much larger than tho city's population would indicate.
Based on population, the number of banking houses is much below tho averago of other cities.
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Will Begin With a Paid-in Surplus
In recent years it has been customary in tho organization of largo city banks to sell the stock above
par in order to creato a substantial surplus. Stock of the Central Stato Bank haa been placed at $125
PARTIAL LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS TO STOCK
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