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THE OMAHA SUNDAY -BEE; JUNE 2S, 1916.
: THE JAGIC CITY
. Regular loading Dock Will Be
- Built Sear Douglas Bridge
1 for Stock. -
WAXES TRAPFIC TO FLOURISH
. That a regular loading deck will be
erected in the vicinity of the Douglas
street bridge on which live stock can !
be loaded from river , boats has
brought relief to many' shippers to
' the local market Tiie introduction of j
the new river transportation system
promised to cultivate a big trade" with
- stock shippers around Decatur and
the country about (here boardering
the Missouri river. It was found to
be cheaper and more convenient
The dock will be so built that stock
can not only be unloaded easily from
. river boats, but can be driven direct
through single jdriveways to railroad
docks and thence into stock 7 cars
' which will be moved to- the South
Side. ' w ......
r.' . Young Ken to Organize.
A party of South Side young men
v will meet in the office of Henry C.
Murphy at Twenty-fourth and; M
streets this evening at 8 o'clock to
.organize a Charles E. Hughes club.
Attorney Murphy has gathered to-,
? ether several of the younger repub
icanj of the city and secured their
. promise for such an organization. ' It
is - expected that several hundred
young .men will be. included in the
membership. -; ; . (' '
Presbyterian Young People Meet
Representatives of the Presbyterian
Sabbath schools and. Young People's
societies of Greater Omaha are hold
ing a two-day session at the United
Presbyterian church, Twenty-third
and H streets, South Side. The meet
ings began last evening and will con
tinue through tonight Meetings will
be held this morning and afternoon
, and tomorrow. - . , . ,
Hawk. Cttl Ooeele. "
The Brown Park BoMtin will ' aia -a
ffrand bell Saturday evening, June 14, at
the Sehlita hall at TenUeth and Q alraete.
Toe public la Invited. . ,
' Pallca have been unable to locate the
, B.aro youth who attempted to aaaault I-yeer-old
Stella Rodak, fit North Twenty
fifth atreet. at !: o'clock Thuradait nlzht.
- W. Herman, 1I1S North Twentr-fourth
: atreet, waa fined 111 and coata yesterday
moraine In police court by Judge lleed. Ha
ta alleged to have threatened Mrs. Hender
; aon at 1(11 N atreet at aaidnkht Thursday
V with revolvah 1 .
Canadian Held at
Seattle Jon' Charge
'Seattle,' Wash. June 23. Lieuten
ant Ernest: Austin of the Canadian
army was arrested in a hotel here last
night by special agents of the Depart
ment of Justice on a charge of vio
lating the ' United States neutrality
laws by recruiting men here for the
Canadian army. . .-
(Lieutenant Austin was taken before
' United States Commissioner R. W.
McClelland, who fixed his ball at
$5,000, in default of which he was
locked in. the eity jail.
Russell Anderson, special agent of
the Department of Justice, who sign
' ed the complaint upon which the ar--.
rest was made, charged that Lieuten
ant Austin had offered to pay, him $5
- a day to obtain bandsmen for the Am
erican battalion being recruited at
Victoria, B. C Detectives who search
ed Lieutenant Austin's room found his
enlistment papers in the Canadian
' army and a newspaper advertisement
calling for bandsmen and offering "a
good chance to see the country." The
advertisement : was signed "Cail
Bloomberg." v I. 1 .
Martial Law May :
Be Declared in.
" Lower Arizona
NogaHej, ' Ariz., June 24. After a
, conference with Sheriff W. S. Mc
knight of Santa Cruz county and the
"mayor of Negates over the menace to
Americans along the border through
the general possession of arms and
; ammunition by Mexican residents.
Governor G. W. P. Hunt" today in
dicated that he would soon proclaim
a modified form of martial law 'by
', which a strict supervision over the
Sale and carrying of arms may be
maintained throughout the state, t
v British! Steamship T
Brussels Taken by
London, June . 24. The British
steamship Brussels, with passengers
on board, has been captured by Ger-
' man destroyers and taken into Zee
brugge. It is stated there were no
Americans on the Brussels, v
- . Announcement of the capture of the
Brussels, which belongs to the Great
, Eastern Railway company, was made
today by an official of the line here.
.-. The vessel was on its way from Rot
terdam to Tilbury with passengers
and mails. - It was captured yesterday.
- Most of the passengers were Belgian
refugees on their way to England.
' The Brussels is. a 285-foot' vessel,
1,380 tons, gross and was built in 1902.
Liber at Vs Band and Singers to Give
Fine Programs at Concerts Todayl
The experiment of presenting grand
opera together with a band concert by
Liberates Concert band and Grand
Opera company of Mew York' City
met with wonderful appreciation by
the audiences at the Auditorium the
last half of the week. The combina
tion concerts and ooeras will be pre
sented every night this week at the
same cheap prices. "Carmen," "Faust,"
La Oiaconrta and other ooeras will
be presented during the week. To
night the company, will present "II
Trovatore." At the afternoon concert
l.iberati'i band will Dlav a Brand
selection of gospel hymns. The pro
grams' for matinee and night today
are as follows:
MATINEE PAnT ONE.
March Charging the Trench. .....Llberatl
Olrlaeo Duet for Clartneta vattl
nice. Altomonte and Panaact.
Dream of the Ocean Ounal
Grand eelection Cavallerla Ruatlcana. ...
Overture to Stabat Mater. ..... .'.Mercadante
Vocal eelectlone Neapolitan . popular
Solo Mio, Marl Maria and La
EoDana-nolo. ..' t,
Selection, of Ooapel Hymna Refuge. .. .
A grand eelection of goepel hymna In
troducing "Brightly Gleams Our Ban
ner," Beautiful Valley of Eden," "The
Home Over There," "Pase the Work,"
"One Sweetly Solemn Thought ' "Trl-'
ttmph By and By." "To the ' Work." '
"Yield Not to Temptation," "Tell Me '
the Old. Old Story' "Whet a Friend
Wa Have la Jeeue,'.' and "Whiter than .
Snow." s '
Vocal . eeleetlon' from "Carmen" ........ Bliet
Introducing entire company. .
SUNDAT NIOHT PART ONE. ' J
Grand March Tannhausar Wagner
Soprano eolo "Inflemmatue" from Stabat
Mater ., Roaalnl
. Katharine -Klarer and chorus.
Waits Blue Danube Htrauee
War aopga of America .....Landereau
, f PART TWO.. 1
Ovrtur -Kotaifiond Behvbtrt
Onnd Optra II Trovator .,;. Vtr41
, Bntlr eompanx. -
Lonora .Xatharln Kltw
Asuosnft .t.LoutM Houiman Bltrm
Ini o, . PrMet Marino
Manrtee AmtdM Baldl
Concert D Luna ...... Franclaeo Hartaa
Farnando i...X. Alflarl
Chorua OypaUa, aeldUri and eltlMnt.
Grand flnala "Amarlea"
introducing Llbaratf'a new air to tha old
, words of "My-Countrr "Pla of TkM
Bung by Mlit Kathertnff Klar, ooprsino.
DAILY VACATION -.
Branch to Be Opened at Diett Mem
orial Church in Omaha on
. ; July 10.;
SOCIAL ARB REU0I0U8 W0SS
The Daily 'Vacation Bible school,
opening July 10 and held at the Diets
Memorial church, will be under" the
auspices of the Women's Missionary
federation and a co-operating com
mittee from the Church federation of
the. eity. .. '. :J . '
- The field is social, religious and
educational. - For-.over two months
in summer, schoot supervision is with
drawn from 18,000,000 'school chil
dren. For many of these the vacation
is happy, time, but for more it is
a time of demoralization and dan
ger, wage-earners, busy all day, can
not give their children needed care.
This is especially, true in fifty of
the largest cities in the country. In
these, after existing agencies for
child welfare have done their heir.
there are still upward of 1,500,000
ooys ana girls who spend sixty-two
vacation days on the street exposed
to physical and moral dancer, untouched.-
by' any organiied ' philan.
thropy; It; is maintained that church
buildings accessible to these children
should be equipped , as daily welfare
centers. -,. . .- .
' Many', Not Enrolled. .
Religious training it not allowed
in the public schools, and out' of the
population between 3 and 18 years of
age, at least 10,000,000 are not en
rolled in any bunday school.' Tha
summer vacation is the greatest op
portunity of the year for the churches
to supply this need in the Daily Va
cation. Bible schoot. "-
The functions of these schools are
the promotion of the social welfare
of children irrespective of race or
creed by giving them eomoetent lead
ers and teachers, suitable and happy
occupations, systematic oversight of
games, good songs, and, above all,
to combine with this program reli
gious training and practical Bibb)
teaching. ... . i ,
Non-Sectarian Lines. ,
This' school supplements the work
of the National Playground associa
tion, without duplicating the work, by
promoting the community . use of
church buildings on broad non-sectarian
lines for child welfare.
The employment of alert college
men and women inspired with the
Spirit of social service and fitted to
be efficient leaders of children in wor
ship, work and play, is realizing eco
nomic value of millions spent in the
education of the youth and giving
valuable experience to many who
would otherwise spend an idle va
cation. f-. V '
V ,v In Larger Cities.
These schools are established In
about fifty of the leading cities of
the United States and Canada, and
co-operating with all of the leading
universities and colleges. The growth
in attendance since 1907 his been
5.083 children to 73,058 in 1915, which
attests - to - the popularity . of the
schools with the children themselves
i The results have been definite and
satisfactory, warranting the forma
tion of the National. Daily Vacation
Bible Schoot association, with which
the local organization of Omaha is in
co-operation. The data given is
gleaned from the 1916 edition" of the
publication of Facts by the Daily Va-
Throw Away Your Eyeglasses '
; Prominent Eye Specialist on the
, ! Witness Sta nd Swears He is Taking
I Glasses Trom Patients Every Day
Ermigkt StrB(t!MW 50 la Ola
VVMk'a Tisnaia Muy IneUucea.
BuCalo, It. t Thte etertUng anaeuaoe
Imanc will gawd tha kerxw at Jar ta maay
ha aar glaeeoe, and alee ta these who
have certain, ether aye troubles. In a recent
I trial In tha United States Court at Buffalo,
(one ejf tha -moat prominent eye apaclallats
la the State af New Tork waa called aa an
; export, and teetlfled that nearly ovary day
jhe took gieaoee from aoma at hie patlente.
One or tha lawyera In the oaaa. who had
.'warn gtaa.ee. for twenty yean, waa aa Im
;preeeed with the teetlmony of thle expert
ttaat lie decided w treat tile awn erea and
. .are If he could get rid of hla glaeaea. After
;a period of three weeUe treatment, much
:tr hie amazement, he laid them aatda, and
now dooe act feat the need o them. One
f hla frtanda mot him on tho afreet and
leaked hint what, had brought about the
fleHaage In Ma appearance, ae ho looked ten
Voaro younger. '4eulng rid of glaaeoa la
. e oaaeo of It," - in., lawyer anawerad.
.aoa aaaed haw ka han oMmpJIaked auek
eurprhitng wonders, ho aald: "It la a vary
atmple matter, ee simple. In fact, that any
one oan follow the eame method. Juat tell
them to go to any drag etere and gat a
tube of Bon-Opto. dleaelve ana tablet la a
Quarter ilu. tf w. ... w. . . .
Hotoi Wbea the abm aWele waa ebm to a
roMeeat eity pkreMaa. he mid: "T ho. OK.
le Irew a aoedemu ore reandy. I have ueM U
isry saoMsrally la lay prsulee an wurnu aem
ens awe alralneS threash on. uorb er ausSt Hturn.
I eea ku.l reteawuod II la ceew or week, wemr.
atalat. aasiUaa. Itoalat. karnlas em at let
Marnd rwea. ant laasaMd few eaaejuni le eawae,
oaa. duel of vied.
IQpu that lew auefealee M wlU oweankea ta. eye.
- w - e ihh la Btsay le
ouaeei. et law will lefaad tea awaef. Slaoe the
sbne artlele. baa kaw aaMUked. Ike eeatsnd lor
Boo-Oeto he. beai e ttrn last Ike Bhwaae.
MoCouaeU tnv Itrntm owna la Oaeaa km eaat
cation Bible School ! association of
New -York City, as well as from a
personal visitation to the national
headquarter by a representative of
tne local organization. , y .
- It is -desired- that all Interested In
religious and social endeavor will as
sist in promoting this worthy work.
v IJofes Not Cross Lijie
Columbus, N. M., June 24. The
American cavalry fcolumn dispatched
by Lieutenant Colonel Waterman to
take in theNrail of the Mexicans who
raided the Parker ranch near Haehita
Thursday night did not cross the line,
according to messages received by
-Colonel Sickles today, ' The bandits
stole several horses, which later were
picked up by the pursuing column.
Cleveland boasts'of having led the
way in the daylight saving' move
ment. .: . i1 ' - V
soon undermines your -health
your blood, but this may
be corrected byctreful' -diet
and the' assistance
of ;'l i
:. It tones and strengthens
the entire digestive sys
tem and is a real aid to
Nature in cases of indi
ffestion.t cramps or ma
.About Thi$ ;
you know what these fig- -urea
mean. . If you're not,
you ought to know. . f
There's nothing remarkable ,
about tJ of the makers of "
. electrically eqelpped care using
Wtllard Batteries, quality con-
' And 800,000 Wlllgrd equipped
i. cars nay Dot be significant to
' you. '
But 706 WtUtrtl Sorvlct Sta
tion do mean a great deal to
I vary ear owner who wants the
moat expert attention possible,
Have you learned our valut
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Battery Co. -
MOS Farswaa St, Omaha.
- rkooo, Doug Us Bl 02. .
Tt oety Heae Sg.
at wbea tbey kava
S aood becUaa ska
FrMintptctionot any battery
MEN NEEDED FOR
Adjutant General Hall Receives
Orders to Becrnit to 'War
Strength at .Once.
TO REDOUBLE EFFORTS HERE
Recruiting officers for guardsmen
throughout the tate have received or
ders from Adjutant General Hall at
Lincoln to redouble their efforts to
fill up the ranks, as 1.500 men must
be added the Nebraska rolls at once.
- Adjutant. General Hall's eagerness
to add this number of men to the
ranks was prompted by an order re
ceived bv him to recruit comoanies to
war strength of -150 men. - This means
that the companies may depart from
the mobilization camp at Lincoln with
sixty-five men and recruit to war
Lincoln Officer Comes.
;. Returning from Lincoln early yes
terday morning with .orders to make,
a super-human effort to" recruit 200
men in the next couple of days so
that' they can accompany the Nebras
ka guardsmen when they leave for the
border Sunday, or possibly Monday,
Lieutenant William B. Half and two
aides, Sergeant Jerry Thornton and
Private John Norris j'jre-on the job
before 8 o'clock.
- Although he is- with the Fifth regi
ment Lieutenant Hall has orders Ao
recruit men for both Nebraska regi
ments. Whenever possible recruits
are to be assigned to companies of
their choice, although, -of course, the
officers haVe the v authority to put
them where they please.
- Prospective guardsmen who would
rather fro to Lincoln and enlist at
the mobilization camp are welcome to
that privilege. Lieutenant ! Halt
"We must have 200 men and we ve
got to have them in the next day or
so," Lieutenant Hall asserted, "It is
particularly yroperattoes. that the Ne
braska regiments be brought up to
their maximum strength before they
go to the border.
J 'There sure! must be 200 men in
Omaha patriotic enough to enlist un
der the colors at this time." .;
-, Station in Court House.
Lieutenant Hall's - duties Will not
conflict with those of recruiting offi
cers already stationed in the court
house, Harney street entrance. They
are all first lieutenants and will work
together to recruit; the desired 200
men. . . . - ''.' ' ...
The first lecture at' the mobiliza
tion camp was given by Lieutenant
Wrightson of regular army at the au
ditorium at Lincoln yesterday morn
ing. He was rTot at all backward in
giving the men ' to, understand just
exactly what they were going into
and spoke in plain words, touching
upon private and. genera! diseases
usually incident to camp life. A mes
sage was received by headquarters
jusf before noon that the new com-
l,.- jn,n,...,'r. I. t,l.J
,,jr uiiib . ,uisiu igieiiu
was ready with fiftyjnieij. They were,
11119 SUtlllWIH. ' J
POPULATION OF OMAHA
INCREASED LAST MONTH
A total of 132 persons moved into
Omaha during last month, according
to a detailed survey made by the
bureau of publicity. These constitute
! forty families. Twenty-two of the per
sons were boys and girls between the
ages of 5 and 16. Twenty-five families
gave economic reasons for moving
The Dry Chicago federation, com
posed of about fifty temperance and
church organizations, has launched a
campaign to close all Chicago saloons
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H , i 1917 " : M
Theire will be no , change in the con
struction of Allen motor cars this year.
Modcl 37 Jias proven so highly satisfactory and is of such
modern and correct design that it fully meets the de
mands of any purchaser of a car in its class.
There will be no change in Model 37 this year
and the price will notNbe lowered. No guarantee
is made that there will be no increase1 since the
cost of materials is beyond our control. , ;
The manufacturers have made every effort to keep
the price at $795 and have protected themselves
against rising 'costs . a& far as possible. But the.
surest way for you 'to avoid a higher price is to !
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The minute you decide to own and enjoy a motor ,
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tory facilities enables us to deliver your 1917 car immediately.
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