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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1?, 1911.
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By Tom McNamara
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SALEM PANORAMA IS Y1YID
Willamette Valley on Canvai it !
hibited at Land Show.
MANY VISITORS ARE LN1EBESTED
Hvmarkaktr Palatlair l tHI
Vr" ft-alial kr ' '
orua lnl Rlfrtrlral
Gtorgt L. hrlrber I'tmi to Omaha and
brought Uty Willi him- city of palut
and Iron, plprlrlc I i eta tat. automobllri,
mraiRnhlpa and all of It aiirroundrd bjr
grea( moiinlalim nnd tmn valleya, and
nhvpibrr a Ixo broocht lha aim and the
moon and the utar.
The city transported by txpraM to th
Omaha Land ihow Ik the rlty of Ralem,
Or., and the reproduction, vividly Ac
curate to the mlnuteiit detail, la the -work
of Brhrelber. 'ho le an artlet of ability
and a vurreniful artlet. having Mold many
of hit paintlivra of weetrm arenes,
Ob the opnln nlxht of the expealtlon
large crowd guttiered In front of he
reprodurtlon of the city of Halem. The
pertator BMma te aland an on a mountain
and view below, far away and yet very
clear, the rlty, lt uplrea and ehyecrapere
and Ita outlining array of houeee.
off to the left, anow.orowned and gilt.
lerlng In the flerre light, etanda Ml
Hood, aa1 away te the front, a mere
f(k of while, Mt. Jeffereon. Through
the elty a blue river flowe, with boat
upoa It. end about the city Itaelf there
are many tree and green field, la front
of the epertetor of all thl automobllet
r;-e baok and forth, ftrta burn brightly
ia hea eryere and ralaln.ahda and while
tent of the workmen about the drying
er.edn give forth a hum of conversation,
mo real le the Illusion.
While one stands nnd views this puna.
ranva a slew change ia wrought, The
aklc darken, the llgll (uds and behind
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a veil of blue-black clouds the day dna
out and the engelflng night comes on.
Mghu flh eJon lha street and from
the windows of the houses. A red steel
bridge suddenly baronies distinct of out
line In the new light. "My, how beauti
ful," yori say and thinks no more about
It unlees Mr. Behrelber takes you behind
the arenas and shows you a msse of
eleelrlo wiring and a multitude array of
lights and nothing olse exoept sheet Iron
labs standing on edge. Hut the Illusion
does not leave you and you go away to
tell your friends you have Just returned
from Kalem, and it le a nlre plaoa and If
your friends have been there you launch
into siKia a detail description of what
you have Been that they wonder how
they missed ao much when they were
on the M. P. Tracks
in the Omaha Yards
James Wherry, a switchman In the am.
ploy of the Missouri Pacific railroad,
was Instantly killed Monday afternoon at
fourteenth and Ohio streets at 4:30
'clock, when he waa knocked beneath
the wheels of one of the cars ha wag
working on while making a coupling.
Whirry waa working between two car
when the engine which waa to pull the
string suddenly "kicked" lata the part
of tne train the twitchman waa working
on and he waa knocked down and cut al
most In two. The entire train passed
ever hla body and waea he waa taken
from the tracks he wss lifeless. The
eoroner waa notified and the body was
turned over to him.
Wherry waa years of age and roomed
at not Cuming street. He was unmarried
and bad relatives here, and cards found
in hla pockets showed that ha was bprn
In Oallas. Tex., and had a brother there,
who will be notified today.
CLUB LISTENS TO REFORMERS
Miss Kate Barnard Telli Women of
Ker Work in Oklahoma.
SEVERAL DELEGATES TALK
Mrs. alllngton Bewth Spot-Its I'rom
the gtaadpolat at the Prisoner
Who ft a re goflere
KaU Barnard, tha "Oklahoma whirl
wind." swept tha Woman s olub and IU
guests at Monday's meeting off their feet
by her spirited and dead-ln-earnest re
cital of the fight wnk-h and other
charity worker of her 4-year-old state
are putting up to heat the politicians
and bring about needed reforms.
Miss Barnard is a small young person
with fiery black eyeg and quantities Of
black hair, which ahe wears In a braid.
Officially, she Is state commlx-iloner of
charities and corrections of Oklahoma
and as such Is a delegate to the Ameri
can Prison Association congress. Hhe
won her position with SOW mpre votes
than were polled for Governor Haskell.
"You've got to use stratagem to get
the bills you want iased." was her tip
to the women and ahe told of the lobby.
Ing, the waylaying of legislators, the
wire-pulling which she and her confed
erates went through to secure the pas
sage of bills which have given Oklahoma
compulsory education, child labor and
juvenile court laws. She described how
she stood beside the governor and fairly
bulldosed him Into signing the child labor
Other Delegates apeak,
Other Prison congress delegates npoke.
W. A. Gates of San Francisco, secretary
of the 8tat Board of Charities and Cor
rections, told the story of "the redemp
tion of California" from the political
dominance of the Southern Pacific rail
road which' It has been nhder tr fifty
yar. to Its present subserviency to the
will of the people through last week's
elections for Initiative, referendum, recall
unci woman suffrage amendments to tha
Mrs. Maud Balllngton Hooth of New
York, for fifteen years a prlon worker,
wife of the commander of the Volunteers
of America, spoke from the standpoint of
the prisoner, who, she said, hud suffered
horrors which would make one's blood
run cold, under the old system of aebra
stripes, shaved heads, lock step and si
lence system which I being replaced by
She said that the prison should not be
a place of punishment, but a stepping
stone to stronger manhood, and that tba
wall against which prison reformers
bump Is the state which will not provide
adequate buildings for the prisoners.
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young, superintendent
of Chicago public schools, spoke on
"Medical Inspection In the Public
"The achool la not only answerable for
the mental and moral character of Ita
pupils; their physical care is uldo part of
Its duty." Che told of Chicago's system.
It schools for the sub-normal children,
tin outdoor rooms. Its open-air camps. Its
child study department, , medical Inspec
tion and dispensary. '
WEST SIDE WANTS THE
Councilman Schroeder will present to
the council tonight a petition signed by
more than MO residents and property
owners living In the southwest part of
the city requesting that tha elty oounetl
compel the street railway company to
build a street railway Una through their
section of the city, either from Hanaeom
park west on Lincoln avenue, or from
Leavenworth street south. to Lincoln ave
nue en any street from Forty-eighth to
Sixtieth street, and thence west on Lin
coln avenue to the ( Missouri Pacific
tracks.- 1 v !
The Key to the Situation Bee Ads.
Will Be Narrated at
The management of the Omaha Land
how has set aside Friday, October XT,
aa "Good BoaUs" day and I. A. learlea,
J. E. George and E. A. Sprague hare
been named as tha committee to take
charge and make the arrangement.
Upon this occasion It Is expected that
Dan Stephens of Fremont, Colonel Allen,
state road commissioner for Colorado;
George H. Cooley, Bt. Paul, Minn., and
Colonel Lafayette Young of Pee Moines,
la., will be prexent and deliver ad
dresses upon the subject of good roads.
In addition, there will be a display of
road-making machinery In action. The
vacant tract of ground south of the Coli
seum will be used as a place where the
demonstrations will be carried on.
Besides the addresses and demonstra
tions on "Good Roads" day, there will
be a special program that will be of gen
eral Interest to the public.
A large majority of the exhibitors at
the Land show are directly Interested In
the subject of good roads and It Is ex
pected upon the occasion referred to good
roads all over the wet will be given a
boost that will result In much good to
the country at large,
8, A. Searles, who for some years has
been active In the work of securing good
roads in Douglas oounty, haa just re
turned from a long automobile trip
through Iowa and speaks In the highest
terra of the work done there during the
last year. Last fall he went over sub
stantially the same route as traversed
on his last trip. At that time he found
the roads in very bad condition. Now
he says they are In splendid condition,
due largely to the work that has been
dene under the direction of the road su
pervisors during the last season.
Sohool Board Works
Fast So the Members
May VisitLand Show
Owing to the desire o many of the
members of the Hoard of Education to
attend the . Land Show the business of
tha meeting last night was hurried
through and after the reading of the
minutes of the last meeting and the re
ports of tba committees the meeting ad
journed. The secretary' report of the amounts
apportioned for the fiscal year ending
December 3L Ml, and the amounts ax.
pended during the first nine months of the
year showed an apportionment of tm,ni
and an expenditure of $551,196.46, which
leaves a remainder 'of $249,556.41. The
amount expended In exoems or the estimate
ia $36,690.86, leaving a nut 'remainder of
21J.C3.5lt. A comparative statement of
expenditures for the first nine months
Of mi as compared with the same period
of 1910 shows a decrease In expenditures
The deficit In tha general fund. Jan.
uary 1, 111, w $17,419.47. Receipt
from January to September Incluslvt
amount to $756,7S9.S3; expenditures ana
transfer amount to $5ol,19;.45. leaving
a balance of $38,173.41.
Nobody te Too Old
to learn that the sure way to car a
cough or cold is with rr. King' New
Discovery. Hc and $1.00. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
Sploo Is tho llfo off cooking
Usoa it depend tba saaf and appetising'
quality of pwwr baking.
Setae pour epie with aere if vow are
jeslaw ot jreur isn a Mag.
te an fIlmtk tlvsra, Ody Im (sMrteteck i
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Jaat te eomaa swimlf" for s full ue
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see e mm mi keek " Tea.. tW TaU'"
Tese'i islet i are swr lot rsr frecer.
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Book, (iris tedaes fat
ever 100 desieru, nladt
tnd eandln, tent on receipt
of yuu qrocr'i aaate. If
ht doeta t tell Knox Gela
tin will send yoa a
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Ckarte B. Knox C.
4QO Knea Ave.
Johaaiewa, N. Y.
An Appeal to Wives
You know th terrible affliction that
comes to many home from the result
of a drinking husband or son. You know
of the money wasted on "Drink" that I
needed in tho home to purchase food and
clothing. Orrlne hae saved thousands of
drinking Tien. It is a home treatment
and can be given secretly or taken vol
untarily. Put up in two forms, powder
or pill. Your money will be returned if
after a trial it ha failed to benefit.
Costs but 1. 00 a box a mere trifle
when compartd with tne amount a
drinking man will spend In a day for
liquor. Come In and get a free booklet
and let ue tell you or the good ORRINE9
Rherman ft MeConnell Drug Co., 16th
and Dodge, and i4th and Farnam, tOT-j
No. lth St., Owl Drug Co.. 16th and
Harney fits., Omaha.
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An intensely interesting and instructive feature of the daily program at the
OCTOBER 16 to 28, COLISEUM, OTwlAHA
is to be found in the lecture halls each afternoon and evening.
Today's program includes two illustrated lectures by William Bruce Leffingwell, author,
traveler and lecturer.
IPtoir&eeiP Oays'Siru- tHtucs Westf
Lecture Hall "B" at 2:30 P. M. A vivid description of the pioneer trail from the days of the Pony Express up to
the Twentieth Century.
IfoflEowstlornio Faitfiloinisil IPsnrlk
Lecture Hll "A" ft 0;00 P, M. While words fail to convey to th' mind the beauty of this National Playground, an idea of ita ecenio beauties and natural wonders will be derived
by attendance at thia illustrated lecture.
literature and information relative to the weit may be obtained at the booth of the ' ,
I a J Mm Ss A,
STANDARD ROAD OF THE WEST