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THE BEE: OMAHA. MONDAY. AUGUST 27. 1917.
OH U-BOAT PILLAGE
JJain Committee Divided Re
garding Success of Unre
Copenhagen, Aug: 26. The sub
marine controversy again has been
raised in the Reichstag main commit
tee in the government's efforts to
convince the members that the unre
stricted U-boat campaign is a great
success. Press dispatches, both for
foreign and home consumption, have
been printed, giving in great detail the
arguments and. statements yfrom Dr.
Karl HelfTerich, secretary of the in
terior, and Vice Chancellor and Vice
Admiral Eduardo von Capelle, secre-
Niggah Gal Dun Takes 'Riginal
Husban9, Hat an' Three Dollahs
"P'lice .station? Thar'a a lowdown
niggah gal out here's got mah law
ful, 'riginal husban", an' mah hat, an'
Ah wants yo all ter sen an offcer to
Twenty-third and Taul ter get 'em,
cause ef yo don't, Ah'm suah gwine
ter pump 'em full o' le'd, an dey'll
say it'll be hot too," yelled a voice
over the phone to the desk sergeant
"That's a mean trick for that man
of your's to rnn away from you, but
we'll send a couple officers out right
away," replied the sergeant, sympathetically.
When tne oincers arnveu mcy wcic
met with this:
"An dat black gal in dere dun phoned
to mah own husban' ter come an' see
hrr i An' de lazv. nood-fer-nuthin
rascal tuk mah hat fer dat gal, an'
tary of the imperial admiralty. These de las tree dollahs Ah bed to sperm
Jiiftli.i hnwrtrpr. rare fullv re- on her. and dun let me. Aow oncer,
f rained from mentioning the1 skeptical ef yo all don do nuthing ter g.t me
mah man an mah hat. yo'll suah be
pickin' up his pieces beto- A. Al.
Real Estate News
attitude of Mathias Errberger, clerical
member of the Reichstag; Phillip
.Scheidemann, socialist member, and
Conrad Haussman, Bavarian radical.
Herr Scheidemann took issue with
Dr. Helfferich, questioning his ac
count f the workings of' the unre
stricted campaign and ' warned the ffa Pittsburgh Real Estate board
jiCovernment that it must not deceive t,as recently revised its commission
itself regarding the t Sect of the sink- scaje 8 a comparison with Omaha
ings on England. Herr Scheidemann it may be no'ted that the charges are
saia inai noming uu uu u,"ubvi different when witnin me cny nmus
forward to change his party's attitude
on the submarine question. ;. : ,
Herr Errberger . said that Admiral
von Capelle figures were based on an
antiquated assumption and in no wise
were they convincing and he was very
optimistic in regard to these calcula
tions. Herr'JIausstnan declared that
the situation had rr?'. certain quarters
been exaggerated as. good, and that
Joo powerful expectations had been
Vice Chancellor Helfferich and Sec
retary von Canelle spoke repeatedly in
rebuttal to their critics' arguments,
but apparently without success.
or for suburban or outlying prop-
rfv. The minimum in eitner case is
$50 on unimproved property and $100
on improved property, ine minimum
charge in Omaha is $25 up to $500
and $50 from ?oW to $i,uw. as in
Omaha, in case of exchange, both
parties are charged a commission. The
charge on real estate loans is & per
cent on the total amount of the loans.
The Kansas City Real Estate board
IS DaCKiHg a movement a jt '
more after the Omaha, board has
adopted it, of describing transfers of
real estate in newspapers Dy sireei
numbers or distances, frorn the cor
ner. .They seem to think it would be
Japs Inspect Annapolis; .
Delighted With Plebe? tn
' Washington. Aug. 26.-A little the property, tne agent ana tne pu
Wiv. hn Inntincr forward racrerlv I I'C.
n further nidifsefinfr ' on historic
American sites, the Japanese mission Southern cities seem to be getting
rrtitrnrH latt nicht from Annaoolis. at least their share of the great gov-
where they spent the day' inspecting ernment projects. Birmingham, Ala.,
the naval academy. ' ' which now claims to have 212,000 pop
Scenes in historic Annapolis much ulation, with Atlanta having 206,000,
delighted the visitors and aroused in makinir Birminizham the, second city
them the keenest desire to visit West of the south, has been made the first
Point later. Plans contemplated their choice for the government' proposed
going there soon. $20,000 nitrate plant. 1 Ins will be lo-
Tbe day was a happy one for the Cated on the .Warrior river, near the
members of the mission and they ex- cjty.
Dressed the greatest admiration for
the institution. Detroit reports building activities
. A company of marines, standing at I as sjack for the first six months of
attention, greeted the mission as tneywt,e year, but that the real estate deal-
eicppcu iiiiuusn mt mom siv i crs declare reporiea dusuicbs ui'
they found more than 700 plcbes await- orovine as the first result of the puh
ing review. The academy band began Njc mn becoming settled to a state
playing, "tumigayo, ine Japanese
national air. Broad, appreciative
smiles played across the faces of the
visitors as the thrilling air swept
across the field. The plebes then
executed a few evolutions. and with
drew, amid applause.
The American Contractor, in dis
cussing the building operations
throughout the United States, reaches
this conclusion: "Un the wtioic, tne
prospective situation in the building
PMnCmtA cu.;n Pca industry can De summanzeu as ms-
COntinUe SnOOting USe tinctlv ontimisttc. Even though we
FttP AhSPnt WitneSSfiS disregard as problematical the im-
ror ftoseru wiuwro 8 w h cotTlc from the re.
The oreliminarv hearing of Jesse auirement for government canton-
Howard, charsred with shooting Jo- menta and camos. there still remain
eph Mobley with intent to kill, was enough purely commercial factors to
neia in ponce court aiuruay hvi u- I warrant some commence m i"c
Floyd Gater, 2020 Charles street,
colored, employed at the Creighton
garage, where the shooting occurred,
testified that Moblej' and Howard
were on the best of terras when they
entered the garage. He said he was
Standing within ten feet of the two
men, ; looking out' into the) .street,
when he heard the report of a gun.
When he turned, Howard said, "Go,
get a doctor; I've shot him. It was
an accident Gater sent a boy alter a
tare of building during the period of
Omaha and other cities in this part
of the country do not realize the tre-
mendous building projects required by
the industrial operations in eastern
cities, for instance, the nitrate plant
referred to above. One of the Pitts
burgh Steel companies has planned a
mammoth building project, including
a new plant and a new town costing
an cciucnw uaicr eeni .uuy incr cf niYlflhn T act vr several farm
doctor and returned to Howard, who VWmjMt year several farms
was suDDortinz Moblev irt his arms.
Gater heard the wounded man say,
Jesse, Iknowit was an accident. I
know you didn't mean to do it."
; Due to the absence of an important
witness the case was . continued to
September 7 and Howard was released
. on $2,000 bonds.'
Tinley I. Combs Leaves
For Jewelers' Convention
' Til.i. I rA'mk. Una . H.h il.H
every conveafioh.;.of " the American
National Retail Jewelers association
ever held, left . Jast evening for
St Louis to attend the twelfth
annual convention of ' that body
at the Planters' hotel next week.
Not only has he ' attended alt con
ventions in the past but he is a past
president having neld three succes'
sive terms, and has been on' the execu
V tive committee for the last ten years.
. He is chairman ot the publicity com
' , mittee of the association this year.
i Library War Council to Ku;
Provide Books for Soldiers
Washington, Aug. 26.--Secretary
Baker has appointed a library war
council, headed by Frank A. Vander-
..lip, president of the , National City
bank of New York, to co-operate with
the American Library association in
the work of rasing $1,000,000 to pro
vide libraries at' the thirty-two can
. tonments and camps, where soldiers
; will train, and books for the men at
the front Chairman vfndcrlip has
called a meeting of the war council
for August 28 in New York, to adopt
plans for raising the money.
Dr. John Tamisiea Soon
Will Leave for France
Washington. Aug. 26. (Special
Telegram.) Dr. John A. Tamisiea,
lieutenant of the medical corps, U.
. S. A., of Omaha, is in Washington
- getting final instructions before leav-
; ing tor France.' He expects to sail
in two or three weeks.
Hv J. Connell of Omaha Is visiting!
in tne capital cny ioaay on nil way
Rosewater Charges Earle
With Fraud and Falsehood
Los Angeles,' CaU Aug. 26.(Spe
cial Telegram.) Charles C Rose-
water filed an amended complaint
r.gainst Edwin T. Earle, in which he
charges the publisher with falsehood!
iraud and misleading statmenis.
' ; -. Army Ordain.
Withinton. Aug . 2. (8pctl Tlrm.
Tti followlnj nmd vtfinrt at h
medlcal rnrrv corpt r anlfond to duty
l Fort De moIdm, Tint Uutenn(
. 0cr W. Dtvuthn. Flrat Lieutenant Fob-
. rt L. Johnxm. Flrat Lieutenant Thomr. C
Jonea, Flrat Hsutenant I.ouls T. Tvtlcht.
Caplaln Phillip E. Canton. iorlmiater !
t-JXwtra" rcterv.' tvrgu, U W'tai-S U ii.t
were purchased in Washington coun
ty, opposite Fayette City, a long dis
tance from the center ot rrttsburgii,
This includes a large water works
svstem. a new railroad and 'UU
homes to be built at once.
Amdng Chicago building notes is
found the statement that our Edward
A. Cudahy will build two costly
homes in the residence district just
north of Lincoln park, one for him
self and the other for his daughter
To give an" idea of the high cost of
residence land in the town by the lake,
it is noted that the sites for these
two fine homes include 70x140 feet and
50x140 feet at around $550 per front
' The city of Chicago has recently
bought 100,000 square feet on the' Chi-
The officers went over to the shack
wherein were the chief bactors of the
trouble. They opened the front door
and saw two colored persons, the
"gal" and the runaway husband, who
sat1 quietly together waiting all on
comers. But when the officers flashed
a light on them, a yell rent the at
mosphere. "Man, Ah'm n6t wanted heah no
moab," shouted friend husand, as he
escaped through the back door.
"Gimme mah hat now, cause Ah
know when dat man o' mine starts
goin', ahTl neber see him no moah.
But lissen, black gal, yo all wants ter
be ready ter welcome hot led any
time now, cause it's suah comin' yoah
way. Yo tuk mah husban' an' mah
hard urned tree dollahs," threatened
the lone wife.
"Go wan home, woman, ah wouldn't
hab yoah husban', an heah's yo' ole
hat," shouted the third party.
cago river for an incinerator and load
ing station for refuse to cost $250,000.
The old Brevoort hotel, a famous
landmark, with thirteen stones, 50x
178. has lust been sold tor around
$1,000,000 ind a mortgage placed on it
for $300,000 at o per cent.
Saturday a Heavy Day
. On the Grain Exchange
Saturday was a busy day with the
members of the Omaha Grain ex
change and while the session was a
short one, the volume ot business
transacted was enormous. '
Although cash wheat was 2 to 5 cents
off, people holding it were anxious
to sell and the buyers apparently were
just as anxious to get hold of it. It
sold all the way trom up to
2.41 Vt a bushel. The holdover from
"riday going along with the eleven
carloads, the receipts of the day.
There was a goodly quantity of spring
wheat on the market, it selling around
$2.40 a bushel. Most of it came from
Polk county and was reported to have
yielded twenty-hve bushels to the
frirn was 1 to 2 cents no and sold
at $1.78 to 1.86 a bushel. The receipts
were forty-six carloads.
Oats sold 1 cent to VA cents higher
than Friday and at 54 to 55 cents a
bushel. Receipts were eighty-one car
Muny Water Carnival
To Be Staged Saturday
Some unique water feats are
promised Omahans at the annual
water carnival to be staged by the
Recreation board at Municipal beach
Carter Lake., next Saturday.
Gilroy Wenell. coach ot tue Young
Men's Christian association seals, is
preparing some novel water games
and performances never betore seen
in Omaha. The firemen and police
men are going to stage the first tug-
of-war ever staged in the water. The
two teams will be in bathing suits and
will pull in shallow water.
Frizes will be given the winners
in the following contests: Twenty-five-yard
swim, girls under 16 years:
twenty-five-yard swim, girls over 16
years; thirty-yard swimf boys under
10 years; imy-yara swim xor men;
open diving off high board for men;
under-water. swim for distance-
Entries will be received this week
by Recreation Director Isaacson at
the city hall, or Dr. W, J. Leary, at
Muny beach. .
Fractured Spine Caused
Death of Richard Morris
At a post mortem cdrtducted Sat
urday afternoon by Drs. McUenegan
Newell, Lord, Wearne and Bliss, it
was decided that the death ot Kicu
ard Morris. 2520 South Thirty-sec
ond street, in the Young Men's Chris-
tian association swimming pool tn
day night, was caused by a fracture
of the vertebrae of the spine. It is
presumed that the accident occurred
when young 1 Morris dived off the
soring board into the pool.
Richard Morris lived at home with
his parents and was an apprentice
bricklayer. His father, r rank Mor
ris, is traffic manager at Burgess
Nash. -. "
The funeral will take place at the
house at 8:30 Monday morning to bt
Peter s church at 9 o clock.
' PERSONAL MBmON.
Attorney I W. Tata leave tonlcht for
Fort Sneillnv. after umpiring tha letter car.
rlera' call tarn tola afternoon.
, Aba . Heraberc, jr., buyer for iromen a
roirgery, who haa been lh New York the laat
three week, arrived home yeaterday,
With thirty-eight men already sub
scribing $20,000, an unusual start has
been made toward the $75,000 goal set
by the Omaha Jewish relief commit
tee for sufferers in the war. The high
est subscription is that of one man
whose name has not been made pub
lic, but who has subscribed $3,000.
Equally important is the donation out
right of $3,000 by .Morns Levy ot the
Nebraska Clothing company, with an
additional promise of 10 per cent of
the sum total raised in Nebraska.
Eight or 'ten subscriptions of $1,000
each have already been raised, others
of $500 each.
The active campaign begins this
morning, when the fourteen teams will
begin to call on some 300 or 400 Jew
ish citizens and give them the privi
lege of making equally liberal dona
tions. Every night during the week
of the campaign, which is to close on
Labor day, members of teams and
their captains will meet in the Lyric
building to compare daily results and
to receive impetus for a fresh start.
At the last meeting of the campaign
Jacob Billikopf, executive director of
the national campaign for $10,000,000,
of which the local effort is but a part,
will be here to receive reports.,
Following aro the various members
of the teams and their captains:
Team No. 1 Harry B. Zlmman, captain.
Team No. t William Holzman, captain;
Ike Kahn, Dave Rosenstock, Nate Splea
berfer, I. Gluck, Harry Boeenfeld, Arthur
Rothechlld, Morrla Levy.
Team No. 3 Leo Rosenthal, captain; Her
man Anerbach, H. Wlllneky, Louis Sora
roere, Mas Moaner. N. P. i'eil, gam Frank,
B. Katz. H. Katakee.
Team No. 4 Meyer Klein, captain: Ed
Trailer, Nate Mantel, Fred Hadra, Nate
Bernatetn, Henry Miller, J. Zlegler.
Team No. 6 Moies Miller, captain; Al
bert Cahn, H. J. Abrahams, Henry Rosen
thal, Sam Sommers, Arthur Ullman, Harry
Team No. s Morn Goldenberg, captain;
Stop over at
on your vacation trip
Low round trip summer tourist fares now in.
effect. Thirty and sixty day limit
70 NEW YORK
(From Chicago) '
Correspondingly low round trip fares to Boston, Jersey
Coast Resorts, Norfolk, Va., Old Point, Comfort, and
other points on the Atlantic Seaboard.
Liberal Stopover privileges at all points en route.
Call or write for descriptive folder.
Four All-Steel Trains from Chicago Daily
All trains leave Grand Central Station, fifth' Avtnut and Harrison
Street; Mrd Street Station, twsnty-nve minutes lattr.
Tickets m7 b purchased at the City Ticket Offics, 236 S. Clark St,
, at Grand Central Station and at all principal hotels: also at 3rd
Street Station and South Chicago.
C C KLKICK, TravtKnf Paaaenatr Aernl,
Sll Wocdmea of tha WorWBldt . Omaha, Nebt.
Pboot Douglas W
Baltimore & Ohio
"Our Pamngers An Oar Guetre"
FOR JEWISH RELIEF
Teams and Captains Named to
Begin Work Today to
Raise Omaha's Allotment.'
Abe Katakee. Meyer Meyerovltcn, J. C.
Gross. M. Glasberg. Phil Greenberf, Sera
Meyerson. S. Marawlch. Henry Kothoia.
Judgra Levy, Harry Dworaky.
Team No. 7 Sol Brodkey. captain; Harry
Lapldus, Harry Malaschock, Harry Wolf,
E Meyer. Vr. Greenber;, H. Rachman.
Team No. Dr. Philip 8her, captain: 3.
Slosberg, A. J. Miller, H. Monaky. K. Kula
kofeky. B. A. Simon, J. Katleman, Dr. Dan-sky-Team
No. tS. Ravlti, yraptain; Louis
Harris. asltant; M. KuUkftUky. A. Cohn,
John Feldman, E. Fleishman. 6am Kaplan.
S. Guttman, Martin Sugarman.
Team J'o. 10 Morria Rosenblatt, captain;
Ed Simon, Joe Steinberg, Cave 'Sherman,
Nathan Cohn. M. Blank.
Team No. 11 Nathan Horn, captain; Na
than Steinberg, A. B. Alptrn, Harry Kula
kofaky. Ben Tatle. J. B. Robinson, Ben
Retnschrelber. Dr. Ronim.
Team No. 13 Arnold Browar, Captain; Al
Dreytoos, Euxene Biazer. Lester Heyu, Saul
Levy. Carl Katleman, Paul Scheye, Dr. I.
Special Captains Harry Zimman, M. Levy.
H. Wolf, H. ilonsky, H. Lapldus, Leo
Pushmobile Racers Are
Now Planning New Mounts
Boys who participated in the Push
mobile races at the playgrounds this
summer, are already planning their
machines for next season. Some new
and startlingjwodels are expected to
Prizes for the winners at the finals
downtown Friday, will be given to the
supervisors, and by them distributed.
Prizes were donated by the following:
McShane Motor company, Andrew
Murphy & Son, W. M. Clement,
Prince Auto company, Fiske Rubber
company, Powell Supply company,
Jones-Opper company, Omaha Auto
Supply company, Western Auto Sup
ply company, Townsends Guji com
pany and Walter G. Clark's.
Enormous Sums Spent by
U. S. to Fight Forest Fires
Missoula, Mont., Aug. 26. It is
posting the United States government
$15,000 daily to fight the forest fires
in western Montana. More than 3.000
men are in the forests fighting fires
and additional men are being sent to
the burning forests as fast :j they
can be employed.
In addition to the fires already re
ported as being serious, new fires
were reported today from the Deer
Lodge and Lewis and Clark forests.
Bee Want-Ads Produce Results.
WARE BLOCK LEASED
TO P0WM COMPANY
Harry Wolf Turns Over Entire
Block for Twenty Years; Ex-'
The Nebraska Power company will
occupy the Ware block, southeast
corner "ff Fifteenth and Farnam
streets, as general headquarters.
The deal has just been closed
whereby the company leased the en
tire Ware block from Harry A. Wolf
for a period of twenty years. Accord
ing to Mr. Wolf the contract calls for
an expenditure by the owners of ap
proximately $40,000 in the remodeling
of the building to suit the new tenant.
The Nebraska Power company,
which is the successor to the Omaha
Electric Light and Power company, at
present occupies quarters on the
ground floor of the Union .Pacific
It is the intention of the company
to centralize under the one roof all
departments of the big organization,
with the end. in view of facilitating
that co-operation necessary to insure
the maximum of service to its patrons.
The first floor of the building will
be devoted to the sales department,
cashiers and the domestic science
work of the company, ki connection
with the space occupied by the latter
departments will be laboratories and
model kitchens, in which courses of
instruction will be conducted to dem
onstrate the use and economy of the
many modern labor and food saving
Offices on the Upper Floors.
The upper floors will be remodeled
and equipped as the administrative
and executive offices of the company.
It is expected that with the equip
ment contemplated, which includes a
comprehensive V and beautiful lighting
system for both the interior and ex
terior of the building, the company's
corner will be- one of .the show places
of the city.
Dreshers Expected Home
From Long Auto Trip
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dresher of the
firm of Dresher Brothers, cleaners,
will tonight return from an extended
automobile trip covering many east
Among the cities visited by the
Dreshers in their machine were Chi
cago, Detroit and Buffalo, and, from
communications received, both were
refreshed by an exceedingly enjoyable
Mr. Dresher, while in the east,
looked up many points pertaining to
the cleaning art and several innova
tions at the Dresher plant will be the
Eugene E. Ives, Prominent
Attorney, Dies at Mist, Cal.
Less Angeles, "Aug. 26. Eugene S.
Ives, general counsel for the South
ern Pacific of Mexico, and for many,
years a practicing attorney of Tucson,
Ariz., died suddenly today at Mist,
South Dakotan Killed. (
Ottana, Ontario, .Aug. 26. H. A. EarT
LakV Freston, S. D., ia on the Canadian
ejtanalty list among thoao klllej In action.
17 Black Degrees
and 2 Copying.
For those who demand
For some years, various and sundry concerns have been making beverages which are
grouped under the general description of 'near-bcer."
Then came Bevo a cereal beverage, not a "near-beer," but offered purely for what it
is - a delightful, wholesome and nutritious drink. Bevo met with instant and complete
success. A whirlwind success.
Owing to'Bevo's popularity, some beverages are now being offered in a way to make
the appearance of the package look as much like the Bevo bottle as possible. The
intention is obvious. But you don't taste the shape of a bottle it's the flavor of the
contents of the bottle that you must depend upon for enjoyment. ' J '
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Then beware of impersonators don't be satisfied to try to identify Bevo by the shape
of the bottle alone
There are these certain identification marks" that "are your protection
against imitations. Not just imitations of the product, rememberbut
those more insinuating imitations which try to deceive you by putting
an old failure into a bottle similar to a new success. So look for these
unmistakable marks of the genuine Bevo demand that the bottle be
opened in front of you, then
LooK for the Seal
See that it is unbroken covering the Crown Top
Look at the Crown Top, and see that it bears the Fox '
Be sure the Bottle bears this Label"!
' Bevo is a pure drink. This means more than that it contains pure ingredients
it means that though you might often well be afraid of possible germs in milk
or water, Bevo, being a pasteurized product in sterilized bottles, is absolutely
free from bacteria. ' . '
Bevo is a nutritive beverage the fine cereals from which it is made give it this
Bevo is a delightful and refreshing soft drink unlike any you have ever tasted
indeed a Triumph in Soft Drinks.
You can't get these good qualities in anything but Bevo demand the genuine.
-" You will find Bevo at inns, cafeterias, restaurants, groceries, depart
, rnent and drug stores, soda fountains, dining cars, steamships,
canteens, soldiers' homes, navy, and other places where refresh
ing beverage are sold. Your grocer will supply you by the case. .
Bevo is sold in bottles only and is bottled exclusively by
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Miolesal Dealers , OMAHA, NEB.