Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, August 20, 1916, NEWS SECTION, Page 4, Image 4
4 A TMK OMAHA SUNDAY REK: AUGUST 20, 1916. I I si IX ul I at P hi Ihi I' c. w w t Ol s at tr h th ri c h( sv b at st fa bi T ol bi i a' at tl In H Hi H. MORTON BAYLY IN DIVORCE COURTS Daughter of Former Nebraskan Files Suit in Chicago, Al leging Desertion. ASKS FOR MAIDEN NAME jira.n - M:$. Helm Morton l.i'.ii;Trr ol V..iik Morion, lo:mr:!y ... N .'t.Ua i"!t , !m:( '..trr of hr.it on a-ii lake Koiot. li!, the militon A'.re ..!. TiujiiMir. anl Krjin'.ii.uiplurr o: 1 Merlins Morion ol Ncl'iU, xvrnary of an 'unn e mnlrr ''!0i !rnt t love '.i!V.. iild! a mi it for ;ib.. liitf t!:of to.'.; r; the 1 ako comity court. hf .iciiM' V.rt Iuiuti.I, Koprr Ktyh . Pt '...p!.t,u V.v, ol ilc Ttior.. The hill oe into t!:e nutrrinioni.il relations of the couple. It ;il.Cr!. that M iss Morton w nut t (. to H.ivly June 4. W!4. at Ki rrbank Yill... iieru'.i, 111 ; ;ie-t llut hf livc'il h h,"-. nnt:i Aiikii;-! ol the .nnr -r, u'-en -he ictiune-i to her pat ents home ir, c MiSinhv t (. Incipo, I'.rv iroilit'i 1 1 ill; in 1 .ike hoiol .uid het l.u!:ci ieilii!fi on ht.s loimttv rstate .u W'he.it-ni. Treated Husband Kindly. I he hi1 1 .....is that no ctnhlten cvri have heui 'oorn and smics th.it duniifi h.rr teM.iriH'e with her huh.onl heir and in Yiminia, wliei r lie is owner ot t' .Vhlcy Mock latin. he tiealrd him kindly and atlrctu-nalely in .ill ihinpv. Site contend -ho conducted herself toward linn in a manner well becoming a pol, tine and virtuous w nr. ufiii5t 1, 10.4. the hill continue, lalv, without any reasonahle or iit catiM whatever, deeilid and aban doned her and lias continuou.sly since absented himself from her. Mrs. fiayly aks an absolute di vorce in order that each party may marry ajjain in like maimer a if they had never been married She asks that her maiden name. Helen Morton, be restored. An alfidavit of non-resident e of Bayly accompanies the bill. The case probably will be heard this fall. The decision tf t he court may close one of the most sensatirrat ot the exploits of the young woman, who is remarkable for her works in sculpture, for her horsemanship and for her devotion to sports, as well as for her . iking departures from the usual routine life of society, which often have claimed the front pages of the newspapers. Mortons Not Talking. The suit for divorce follows the last ofthe visits of Bayly to Chicago by ahtut six mouths. At that time, last witter, Bayly spent about two weeks in It lie city and let it bt known that he-was negotiating with the Mortons fo$ the purpose of securing a divorce, ot "annulment of the marriage. None of the Mortons tonight would say whether the present suit is a result of that visit. Miss Morton met Rayly while tak ing part in a horse show held under the auspices of Chicago society folk. There followed a visit by Miss Mor ton to Delaplane for the porpoie of picking out a thoroughbred animal for her mount. There were rumors she had mar ried Bayly in July, 1914. but she de nied this report, and suddenly began a sensational dash across the country to Whcaton. She proceeded a part ol the distance on trains, but eluded the most energetic efforts of news paper men to intercept her by speed ing on large sections ot her journe by motor car across the country. If Not a British Subject, Then Keep Out of Ireland London. Aug. 18. By a new order in council the government is empow ered under the Defense of the Realm act to "prohibit from entering Ire land, any person not a British subject, or who. being a British subject, has, since March,. 1, 191o, come or may hereafter come to the United King dom from parts beyond the seas." Any such persons as described in the order, embarking for or found in Ireland, will be regarded as guilty of a summary offense, says the order. Department Order. Wmhlnfton. Aur. 1 ft. (Spec!! TeUtrsm.) Pension! rrtnlrd to Nebraska person : Polly M. Clark. Falrbury. 112; Emma 8. Palmer, Omaha, $12; Rthre A. BrooV, i.tncoln. 12: Lillian R. Brown. Wakefield. St 3. South Dakota: Kale Wright. Yankton. $12; Marietta Mills, Hcrmosa, $12; Alice Slater. Pollock, III. Mrs. Nora Weetover vn appointed pout mletrrsn at Lont Lake, Sheridan county. Neb., vice P. O. Farrow, resigned. The Treasury department has luued a charter to the Firm National hank of Grant. S. D. and to the First National bank of Merrill. Ia., capital stocks, 1:5,000 and $40,000 respectively. Nebraska Railway Takes Shot Commission at Interstate Body I ineoln. Neb., Au:. W- In deny-i i r ac a TcijueM ot the lUii Imgton t.ul : o.id tot pctini-Moii to mi'; rae ut .v.: treighit i.ito !a. the Nebraska i M a'r K ,n !w A c million rvci rlv I t it iCT-r the 1 n : ( ! - ; .i'e i iMiimcivc -:;. i !',:: i m i The 1 o i : i n i t : . a s d loi c to i .n-e t hi- rale on !i e io, k lit 'in i letn , i b , in i hnali.i. e .fati iviiinii-'-iuii dec hit ed in p.: t " I'hc ii'iict.i! antli'.irities .tie i::..irrt:ikint; tn h by .i i on in lain ut i:-.et':o.:. i , t.i thr S !;t c f. : t meth od, what the leiin.il iniiinu'hf iulli- CHILD LABOR BILL " PASSES THE HOUSE Measure as Amended in Senate Is Now on Way to Presi dent for Signature. mission prohibits, ami in their hur ried etioits to u nlove o-i ailed un lawful diM i iniinat U'li.s hetu ei n bor der cities pioceed ! cause eipial or more ;binnn di-crii.irnalions between a':rs, t'.-tli ol wiii.h are hualed tu ni:e ".tatc. and b --o (hniK, undetlake tn tunc!. m' 1 hr :r ee and indi-priiflrut .tci-i'i! ! il'.e h'Kall ant In n iy eil tate ,iilt!:iu i! n-i tti 'in otablhi!i UM, l i'a n a 1 1 1 e and tu-r. dicnuin'i,i(i n l .,ti I'.n I lie 1 1 aii'i ! lai i 'ii i 't cum ill, .i I ;t :i -. bet fi ii pi 'illl s located w h"l! u ,!lnn t!u- slale " HARMAN TO SWOOP DOWN ON MILK MEN State Food Commissioner Threatens Prosecution of Omaha Dealers. !JURY RECOMMENDS DRIVER BE HELD Suggests County Attorney In ! vestigate Death of William ' Oorham. TESTIMONY VARIES WIDELY EFFECTIVE YEAR HENCE CONNELL SUSPENDS LAW I'hc coroner's jury in the in finest on the death of William (iorham, who was killed by an mitninohile operated by T. Lambert uf the Dcnby Taxi -o , at Twenty-iittli and Larnani, W ednesday evening, found that Lam bert at the time "w as driving care- ; 1( ssly, thereby causing the injury," .and recoiiimt'tidea (hit Lambert be held to the county attorney for fur- ; ther investigation. Lambert is still in , jail. j 'l estimony as to the speed of the car just previous to the accident varied ifiuiii an estimate uf not to exceed ten miles an hour by the driver, Lambert, to forty miles an hour ly J. (. White, ' motorman of a street car which Lam-1 bert passed. White said that the speed was so great that Lambert be ian applying the brakes before he met the street car and (Tightened White into looking out the window at his side. Lambert said that he was traveling slow and did not see the child until he dashed from behind the car be I longing to If. M. liinder, which was standing at the curb. Lambert said I he stopped in about three or four I feet, but had already run over the .child. When the child went down his arm tlew up with sufficient force to break the leuse in Lambert's right liKl.t. No witness w bo actuaiiy saw the child run down except Lambert ap peared. All the others were either j passengers on the street car which had just passed or passersby who I were attracted by the grinding of the ! brakes and the cry of a little girl standing on the curl). I Thomas Lynch questioned the wit j ueses for Mr. Lambert, Assistant i ('utility Attorney Abbott represented I the county attorney's office, and E. S, I Hrumbauglt, of Gray & Brumbaugh, i was at the inquest in behalf of Mr. ! (iurham. Mr. Brumbaugh tried to bring out Wa-dunnloii. Aug. IS. Without de bate, or record ote, the child lahoi bill was acicpted bv the house tudav w:th the senate amendments and put ti lis v.i i.' become a law, with Pi esuleiit's ilson's signature. The bill icpresents the results ot veais i1 1 struggle in congtess between forces uiging the i onservatiou of child hie and tln.se opposing it on many gtounds, chietl that it was a ipioiion foi the stales and nut tor the tedcial Vm eminent ll would not have be tome a law at this session of congress had not Pi evident Wilson after the democratic caucus decided to elimi-j nate it from the administration pro- t giam visiird the capitol and insisted! upon it inclusion. As it unginalK passed the house, , the bill proposed to bar front inter-' state commerce, products on which thild labor actually bad been em-, ploved. As amended by the senate and now perfected, it piohibits ship-, ment between the states of all pro- j ducts of any establishment which cm-j ployes child labor. It bars products! of any mine or quarry employing ( children under Ut years of age and i products ot any mill, cannery, work- ! shop, factory, or manufacturing rstab- i lishment employing children under 14 years of age or which employes chil dren between 14 and lo, more than , eight hours a day, more than six days j a w eek, or earlier than 6 o'clock in the ! morning or later than 7 o'clock in the I evening. It becomes effective a year ( after the date of the president's ap-i proval. ! Opposition to the bill was led by I southern congressmen and its spon-' sors charged cotton mill owners with j being the principal objectors. Whit Mar Continue on Ills Wmy. i Washington, Aim 1 S. Col-mM .1 C White, rettretl, helil up at the Herman bor iler In Denmark mi his way to Itoiniiotila to buy puppllrB fur AnuTlrkii relief In 8erM. tiBR been perrtilttetl by Oprmaii RUlhiirlllen to continue. Hfi-mi.n' of his KiiRllsh hlrtli. uthnrltlei reftmert to h How hint to aia through Herman y. The Stae tri)ar(mnt Intervened through Minister Kfn at Copenhagen. State pond t ummissiouri' Harmon called Health t unimissioner ( oiinel! over a tei-;'hone frnm Lincoln ester dav and a-ked this queslioii: "Is it a tact that vun are not cnloiving the slate law uhuh icquues IS per cent butler f.H in cream:" "Ves, that is a fact! 1 am requiring not less than lb per cent butter fat," teplied the Omaha health commis sioner. Then I'll have to proseuite (hem," itplied the state coiniin-iouer. Hi. ( onnell explained his position in the tollowuig words: "Two years ago w e changed the local orduiaiu e on cie.ini to read IS per cent instead of lo per cent butter tat, to agree with the state law. Prevented Price Raise. "At a meeting of milk men last Pebruaiv these dealers told me they would have to raise the price of cream from S tents to 10 cents per small bottle it I insisted upon the IK per cent requirement, and they said it would he better for them to sell the mtlk under the then preva.ling price than to lake of.' the cream and hold it to IS per cent butter fat at 8 cents per small bottle. 1 told ihem 1 would not prosecute if it fell below 18 per cent, but would insist upon a mini mum of lb per cent which the milk and dairy inspector was directed to demand. Holds Difference Small. "I maintain that cream having 16 per cent butter tat is just as good as the IS per cent kind, although it may not have quite as much nutritive value and it was the belief last Feb ruary that I was conserving the inter ests of the consumers when I had the agreement with the milk men." Dr. Connell is not at all perturbed over what the state food commis sioner may do, but seems confident he will be able to defend his position be fore any board, court or tribunal. He stated that forty milk dealers attended the meeting last February when he agreed to suspend the state law in their behalf, lie insists that he gave them to understand l.e would hold to the 16 per cent butter fat requirement and gave such instructions to Milk and Dairy Inspector Bossie. Good Cream-Poor Cream and Our Four Creams TP It takes a quart and a half of average milk to make a half pint of legal cream and not overly good cream at that but much better than the average cream sold. This we sell at the rate of 1 1 1 2 cash tickets for $1.00. flp Our "SPECIAL JERSEY" a much better cream J testing about 23 per cent butter fat is higher than the legal standard; consequently better in flavor, keeping quality, etc., and sells for 10 cents per half pint. Tf Our "XX EXCEPTIONAL CREAM," the finest cream ever put out in Omaha; testing about 35 per cent almost double the standard required at 15 cents per half pint, suitable for whipping and ex ceptionally fine for coffee and table uses. rj "WHIPPING CREAM" is supplied at 15 cents j per half-pint and 25 cents per pint. rf"T The body of the cream is not always a true indi j cation of its richness nor will a single day's trial of milk or cream tell you the true value. jrWe recommend our SPECIAL JERSEY and XX Cream. Compare them with other creams in your coffee. Do not be deceived by low prices. ALAMITO The "Milk - White" Dairy Douglas 409. Mm. Baas Looka After Women Voter. Chicago, Aug. II. Mrt George Pa, Chi OHgo, wa loiltty )Miitei1 chairman of the Women Voters'' borenu of the western h-ait-quarters of th. ilemo emtio . national eom mlttt'i?. The appoint ment was annoutu oil by Senator Wmteh' of Montana, "who Is in churRi of the western headquarters. Mrs Bass will have' chrK if organising tho woman vote In the twelve suffrafo states. evda Men Enlist in I tsh. Salt Lake City, L'tah, Aug. IS. Nevada's late National Gii-ml. consisting of about forty men, la arriving' here in small de tachments, traveling mostly on freiitht trains, to enlist In the L'tah National Guard and go to the border. BEE 'n t& JITNEY Biwisi jl f 1 " . . ' .1 S3 Our Furniture Repair Shops Will Save You Money on Repairing, Refinishing and Reupholstering fg The Rousing Beaton & Laier sion Continues Sale But a Short Time Longer And owing to the recent sharp advances in all lines of home furnishing essentials, you will not soon, and in all probability never have another such opportunity to choose from such Superb New Stocks Of Distinctively Superior Furniture, Rugs, Draperies, Stoves and General Homefurnishings At Anything Like the Unparalleled Price Reductions Afforded by This Sale Sale Discounts, 10 to 50 Apply to Everything in the Store Way Saglczs Bed Springs and Whillall Rugs OrUy exctpted. that had Lambert not been going at a high rate of speed that he would have had time to turn to the left in time to miss the boy. There was a conflict of testimony as to whether the boy was standing in the middle of the street waiting for the car to pass or whether he ran out from the curb. White, the motor- man, was certain that he was in the street, while Lambert was as positive that he was not. Will InvMtlgat Noft Coal, Too. Washington. Aug. IS. Th Federal Trade nmrnlHslon was directed In a resolution Hdopted by the houee. to broaden the acope of Its coal Investigation to lake In the bituminous industry, as well aa anthracite. Kugel to Ask for Bonds for New Jail City Attorney li in e has prepared for City Commissioner Kugel an or dinance providing for the submission at the fall election a city jail bond proposition in the sum of $150,000. The commissioner is undecided just when he will introduce the measure, but he believes the bonds will carry, as he maintains Omaha should havt an adequate and modern central po lice station and jail. 0 i LfflCD 4i$-nsoiest. Omaha Home Furnishing Headquarters EH30PEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT AND WELCOME &ZSWZS j Remarkable Road And Race Track Records TUNE, July and August have re I corded a series of remarkable racing records achieved with the aid of Goodyear Cord Tires. These victories are valuable be cause they offer corroborative evi dence of the very qualities for which Goodyear Cord Tires are famous. The terrific speed of the shorter contests, and the sustained speed of the longer ones, are added proof of that stoutness, liveliness and speedi ness which every Goodyear owner experiences in every -day use, and which led to the adoption of Good year Cord Tires as standard equip ment on tie Franklin, the Packard Twin-Six, the Locomobile, the Peer less, the White, the Haynes Twelve, and the Stutz. Goodyear Cord Tire achieve ments to date have been as follows: WorVTi record for oar. mile on onernuc trad, Dea Motor, la. Jrme 25, 1916, Do Palma drnrtnc Mercedes car. Speed at tbe rate of 103 muea per boor. World! record for S rrjfJea on opjeseofle trade, Des Morose, ts , Lewie diiulisg Crawford car. mirnrtra, 2 armnrls., 98 miles per Fcstrcn place, lStecnfleiaLe.au. laae-cuBe track, Des MoinaaIa- June 2(1, 1910, Lewis dnr Kig Cnaviord or. First place, SOrjfle race, on orjesrrdle track, Des Moinea, lau, June 26, 1916, Lewis driv ing Csswford car. 89 miles per boor. Second place, SOnnSe race, Dea Momea, la., Jane 26, 1916, Lewis drrirmg Crawford car. Second place, lfeeaile race. TVs Moinct, Isu, june u, "lu, mwsb anrsosi uswiu.il car. am, U, . Jane 20. 1910. Lewis umxa cm. w muea per none Fine placa, 100-mlle nee, JH mile dirt trrk (poor ecndltioo), Kmomm Oty. Mo Da WIum drtviof liercxAa est. 63 xxiik per hoar. Mercedc or. Fifth place, Hoxlenon driv inc ManveO ow 350-tTiile race on 3 -mile track, fit Tmanm. WaalL, Ang. 5. 1916. Speed of wirroer 89 miles per hour. Ia tide nee, the blgge event of the wemton on the Pd 6c Coaat, and one of the few face leongrdwd by tne American Auto obileAawodwbao1B on Oaodyear Cord Tlret without tire tronbte. He chanted hit font tirea for safety sake only. Lewii who won third chungwl but one tire. De Plma who woo fourth chanired but one tire. Hsnderson who won fifth went tbroncb the sstvs race without stop. Go A Vt O N DSE10 Osslseer IVas, eTasw, rasrisl Tasat asaf TVa eW jtai.iiiMi an asqr Is H rem Q-ifm eWsiss Assis. Dalm mm,,im: Persistence is the cardinal vir tue in advertising; no matter how good advertising may be in other respects, it must be run frequently and constant ly to be really successful.