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TITE OMATTA DAILY HEE: SUNDAY. JANFAKY 31, 1001.
CREICI1T0N WIXS.AT ORATORY ! William A. ?rh'l o lepm n S;lra-ia in the IdI: u'. C.n".:i'. SEVEN STATE CO.UGIS hEPnESZNTEQ J. Donla;i nf Imti nt Knndrt Ser ail anil Wl.l he the ' I orn(f AII Aniiili Tlie:ncles Willi ire.'.lt. AT THE .PLAYHOUSES. J BELLEVVE, Neb.. Jin. .-Spelal.)- The Nebraska Intrrrobse ori:orl:?al con test, held hero last evening, wus won by William A Bchall, Crolghton's representa tive. Th mailings of the Jud?.ei gave the contesting colleges llio following rank, composition, tlioujht an J delivery bl;g considered: Co. nor, 7; Wealcyan, t; D)an., I; Bellevue, t: Orund Island, 3; Hasting', I, and Crelghton 1. What the decisions on composition sr.d thought were was not officially announce 1, but It Is understood that MIo Adda O t tery of Bellovue college received tho high est marks by several points from all three Judges. The exercises were regun with a crowdel house and with a somewlvit ttciy eull nee, as some fifteen or twenty minute?' delay had been occasioned by th tirdincai of the Crelgtrton boy a Iti arriving. rrel dent Kerr of Bellevue coliese cjmmer.ee 1 the program by a short Invocation. Dr. Hoyt, In behalf of the entertaining ej'loge, extended a hearty welcome to the vl?ito;s. In doing so he reviewed briefly the history of oratory, Its Influence upon civilization In genernl and upon education In pmtlcuiar during nges past. He final y conduce 1 with the exhortation to all to be lnpartl.il In their applause and to try to forget na.ural prejudices In trying to discern the best mind. Ilollevtie I,eale Off. . The first orator of Hie evening wes Miss Adda Guttery. representing the local In stitution. The title of her cratlon was "Wllllom ritr." Throughout the time she wus on the floor Miss Guttery maintained an easy attitude and her speech waa direct and powerful. Slew, heavy gestures char acterised her delivery, which, was a trifle rapid. All were Impressed with the earnest ness of her stylo and the splendid thought evident all through her oration. W. A. Davis or Grand 'Island was the next called. Ills subject was, "The Anglo Baxon Alliance," which he handled In a . masterful way, protesting against formal connections with Great Britain, but taking the stand that blood, common Interests, eordmon social and political Ideals should be enough ties to bind the Anglo-Saxon races In Inseparable and mutual bond of friendship. r. C. Wlnshlp of tho Wesleyan university followed with his oration on the "Social Aristocracy of Wealth." He spoke slowly and hla enunclutton seemed to be nearly perfect. Tho one strongly commendable feature of hla style, however, was tho simplicity of his language and the local natuie of Ms comparisons. In this he ex celled all tho others except, perhaps, the representative of Crelghton university. Mr. Wlnshlp spoke pointedly of the relations of labor and capital, declaring that unrelent ing bitterness must obtain between them until they should realise their common in terests. He suggested ns a remedy a more thorough knowledge of economy as related to the whole, to be brought about grad ually through the medium of the publlo schools. John Bauer from Doene was next to speak, and considering a marked foreign aecent In his speech he held the attention of hla audience well. ' His toplo wss "An Epldemio of Savagery." Wlnaer Ipeaki of Grist. William A. Bchall of Crelghton spoke next on "Ulysses Simpson Grant." Mr, Schall's voice was powerful and his de livery fair. He continually forgot his lines and was corrected from the audience. But he behaved so coolly under the pressure that these Incidents were hardly noticed. He gave a fine appearance and will prob ably show good markings at the Interstate oratorical contest to be held In Kansas next April. - Frederick Hamm of Coiner spoke upon The Aggressive Turk." His voice was strong and he made many strong points. A. J. Dunlup of Hastings was undoubt edly the most spectacular of all and (mowed much more dramatic 'power. The subject of his oration was "The American Immt . grant." ' The remainder of the program, consisting of music, was well rendered and all went home feeling that a profitable evening had been, spent. -ll.lur, at the Boyd. lio-vrril Kyle srd company In a revival of Louis N. Tarker's romnntlo entnedv. it"e r.rry.-' ur.ihr the direction of Geoige 71. Brennan. The cast: Plr Jasper Thorndye Mr. Kvle Prof. Jogram Frederick Wehbe ( sr-iln iriifrkshank. It. N. . .George Oiston 'llll-ims Westwood Normnn McDonald ro-tre Mantle Hurry Fooker AVeha-n Alfred Conlbar Th P.cllt W-tlfcev B. BootwIrH liorotliy Crulckshank Sidle llondy j " r. rrulckahsr.k I llllnn French l M"v Manlfle Louise Mtcus Prlsrllla Margaret Hardv This idyll'c hit concerning love, senti ment and honor Ingredients capable of such n wide range of treatment and ex-pr-slon was seen at the Boyd last night by an atidiiice all too small for the des serts of tho presentation. Mr. Kyle and his rrce'lent con-par.y wero made to feel that their comprehensive and many times brll llnnt work was not unappreciated. Both the play and the player here been seen In Omaha before, but never before together. Thorn who love the sweet, the tender and the finer notes In life cannot but approve tho conjunction. There sre but few tragic moments In "r.osemnry." but a world of pathos and a great d"al of the finer comedy. The story begins with tho meeting of Sir Jas per Thorndye, the leading character, with mi eloping couple who have met with ClnnKter enroute for a minister and the ortal to marital happiness. Sir Jasper, bereaved of an only love ten years be fore, becomes deeply enamoured of the girl, who Innocently uses him. -or per- aps abuses him, In an effort to exasperate her fin nee. She, Dolly Crulckehank, hai suspicion of the affection centered In Thorndye's heart. He Is called to account sharply by his old friend. Prof. Jogram, and for honor's sake relinquishes all efforts for the girl. Fifty years later he returns to a room con secrated to his second lost love and muses pon the sentiment that has sweetened his life. , Mr. Kyle has conceived the rple of the noble-minded Sir Jasper, kind, gracious, nd unconsciously powerful in compelling ffectlon, In the manner that seems to be most reasonable and likely. Handsome In face and figure, the retention of a cer tain dignity does not prevent subtle touches f satire end fun. But It Is In the scene where, under the appeal of Prof. Jogram to do the right thing" when he fights between an all-compelling dealre on one and end the line of duty on the other- that he best displays his powers as an actor. Ths mid-century scenes and costumes elp the romantic strain of the play. Of the supporting company Frederick Webbe s ths pedantic, but nevertheless useful and correct . Prof. Jogram, Invested the part with charming Individuality. George Oaston as Captain Crulckshank of the royal navy and Norman McDonald In the part of the young man who had the right to the girl, were admirable, while Harry Booker, with but few lines, has the genuine comic touch. In' Dolly Crulckshank Lil lian French Is delightful, her work be ing In a lighter vein and endowed with piquant charm. For sweetness of thought, context and sympathetic interpretation, one has to go a long ways to find anything better than 'Rosemary," or the manner In which it was given at the Boyd last night WANTS TO BEGIN LIFE ANEW ebool Teacher Bapposed to Bare Drowned Tares I'p ia , Wygmlnj Town, DENVER, Jan. J.-W. T.' Coolldge school teacher,- who was reported to have been drowned In San Francisco bay last fall, has been found alive at Sheridan, Wyo This discovery saves benevolent orders an Insurance companies - $11,000, for which amount he-was Insured. Coolldge sild hs bad caused the report of his drowning to be circulated because of estrangement from his wife and In order that he might start life anew tinder an assumed name. He do tiled any Intention of enabling his relatives to collect Insurance fraudulently. Movements of Ocean Vessels Jan. 27, At New York Arrived: Belgravla, from liumourg- lorinimaii. rrom Ulasgow; I'rlnce Adelbert, from Naples. At Genoa Arrived: Cicllian Prince, from New xor. lor r spies ana rutermo. At Havre Arrived; La Uretague, from Mew xora. At Rotterdam Arrived: Stantendam. from New York, via Boulogne; bur Mer arnvea at noon oi uoiiana at z p. m. At London Arrived: Mer.omuice, from New Torn At Boulogne Arrived: Staatendam, from New York. At Philadelphia Steamship Ilelglanlaiid from Antwerp paasaa trie ueiaware Break wtttr todav. At Mo vllle Sailed: Laurentlun, for Hall- fax. Breaks up Grip and "7 (S0LD3 AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA Oju-miuion Ken'i rich, oa City Tax Let Cauiti Comment CITV WiLL DEFEND ItS CASE TO LIMIT RIaht to Tax the Plrma la laslstcd I pon, and Matter Will Be Foaght to Us tltlmale Outcome. SLEIGHS ARE IN EVIDENCE Snowfall and Milder Temperatnre ' Brines Them Oat Onto ' the Streets. All thanks to Bre'r Welsh, local fore caster, for th milder temperature and the snow which has covered the dangerous sleet and saved sleighing from becoming one of the lost arts. Although there had not been an excess of the white flakes, yet the ground was covered to a sufficient depth yesterday to encourage the alelghers, who were out In force last night. ' To bo snugly ensconced under a robe, with a pretty, smiling face at your aide; to hear the slelghbells and the clank of hoof as the cutters glide over the smooth surface, Is a combination difficult te beat; It makes you forget about the recent wintry blasts. A happy throng of alelghers took advantage of their opportunities last night. The man with the anowehovel was again to the front yesterday, as was also the man who forgets about the commandment regarding the removal of snow from side walks and who leaves this Important duty to his wife or ths cook. The street car company, believing that eternal vigilance Is the pries of good serv ice, kept Its largs sweepers on a continuous circuit until ths last of ths present con slgnment of snow had been delivered. And now comes the report that It will be warmer hereabouts today, although It Is not advised that spring bonnets and shirtwaists be taken from the shelf. Just little January thaw. CONTEST FOR A GOLD MEDAL Miss Mabel Delbrldse Wine th Cot. ted Prise by Margin of - Os Point. The gold medal offered for the best tem perance recitation was contested for Fri day evening by the following: Master Harold Thomah and Misses Jessie Colder, Mary Mortarlty, Mabel Delbrldge and Mol lis SI mar. I The subjects were: - "Give Me the Danger," "Young America's War Cry," "Pictures from Life," "A Vision of Pro hibition" and "The Heartstrings of the Nation." Mrs. Lillian Challis, a former successful contestant, recited "Young America In Plnaforea." LlbMe Mary -Mangan recited "Tho Diamond Cross" and for an encore gave "A Sign of a Noble Woman." Mrs. Williams was the pianist and led the music and Miss Ora Shlnrock sang "The Home Tbat I'aod to Be." The meeting was held under the suspires of the' Woman's Chrlstlsn Temporanc unlen at' Volunteers of America hall, and waa presided over by Mrs. Edith Shlnrock. Bach youthful speaker waa applauded, and the committee earned tta salary In deciding the question as to who was best Put Miss Mabel Dolbtidjre won by a single point, her subject, "A Vision of Prohlbl Hon." being exceptionally well handled. She had but just returned from St. Louis, where the had been living, and can now rcnteat for the grand gold medal on Febru ary 51. There was considerable comment among live atock commission dealers at the stock I yards yesterday regarding tha restraining order secured by one of the commission firms In relation to the taxation of firms ' doing business at the yards. Of course the commission men hope to see tho order Is sued tuetalned by the courts. On the other hand, the city attorney will put up a strong light, and Insist that the assessment be paid. While the case pending will Involve considerable legal proceedings the city will hold that the taxes levied are valid. Last year was the first time that the city tax commissioner had levied an assessment on the valuation of the business Arms at the yanlf. It Is understood that all of the commis sion firms will stnnd together In the pres ent case, although It Is brought In the name of one firm only. Refrigerator tars Delayed. All of the packers still complain about a shortage of refrigerator cars. Swift and Company feeel this shortage most of all, as In the past It has Insisted upon using Its own cars. Yesterday Swift sent In an order for thirty-ono cars and only fourteen cars were clrllvered. The packers here gen erally take any refrigerator cars offered, nnd have a number of linen of private cars to draw on, and tha number of available lines nas aecured for Armour. Ctidnhy and the Omaha nearly all of the cars they need. It is stated here at the yards that the big eastern and western runs have used up the cars destined for this territory. Cudahy's big shipment to the Orient took a large number of cars and Armour's ship ment from here filled a train of refrigerator fruit cars. AH of the packers, and especially Swift, are hunting about for refrigerator cars, but the railroad officials do not offer any hopes of being able to supply the demand for a few tlavs. Stock Yards Employes' Dance, Employes of the Union Stock Yards Re lief association gave a dance at the Ex change building Inst night. Even the dis agreeable weather did not deter a large number from attending.- The dance was both a social and financial success. This was the fifth annual dance of the associa tion. The proceeds will go Into the relief funds of the association. Maftle rity Gossip. Joseph Thomas, Nineteenth and Q streets, reports the birth of a son. Mrs. McBrlde. Twenty-fifth and P streets. Is reported to be quite sick. A daughter wus born vesterdny to Mr. snd Mrs. John McMillan, Twenty-third and K streets. The packers say that they could kill more stork hare if there was not a shortage of refrigerator cars. James Gorman, one of Cudahy's car In spectors, -waa slightly Injured yesterday while Inspecting cars. Edward Burson, former captain of police here, returned yesterday from a two months' stay In the east. Mrs. Downing, Twenty-third and N streets, Is confined to her home with a severe attack of rheumatism. Mrs. L. Clatoon Manning, Twenty-fourth and H streets, who has ben quite sick. Is reported to be slowly recovering. Th're Is constant complaint to the police about the stealing of coal from cars stand ing on the city tracks in the yards. The usual services of the Christian church will be held on Sunday at Workman tem ple. Rev. Lane will preach In the mgrnlng. Mrs. John Jtlley, Twenty-second and H streets, Is suffering from an attack of rheumatism and Is under the care of Dr. James A. Kelly. A lively bunch of Eagles took the special car at 8 o'clock lust night for Council Bluffs, where they were entertained by the Jodge over the river.' 0MAHA VIEW BRAVES STORM Snow Cannot Keen Improvers from Attending; Regular Meeting;.' Notwithstanding the snow and cold there was a good attendance at the meeting of the Omaha View Improvement club last night. A special visitor of the evening was Councilman Evans. He gave the club some encouraging Information relative to the certainty of improvements in the way of sidewalks and crossings as soon as the sea son opened. There was also a favorable prospect for additional street lights sooner or later, and he gave assurances that ths grading of Maple street to Thirty-fifth av enue was an assured fact. This would give a much needed outlet to Thirty-sixth street which had long been desired In that locality. He also gave out some Informa tion relative to the Saddle creek sewer and the prospect of its connecting with the North Omaha sewer and - contemplated sewer Improvements In the vicinity of Omaha View. The resolution Introduced at the last meeting of the club abolishing the bound aries of the Omaha View district was called up and reconsidered. A motion then pre vailed that the Omaha View club adhere to Its old boundaries, ss there was sufficient to do within those boundaries to keep ths club busy. The present boundaries of the district are north from Parker street to Pratt and from Thirtieth street to the west city limits. A motion to reconsider the action of a former meeting that the club incorporate for building purposes was passed and It was decided to organize for building pur poses under the trustee plan. Messrs. George Sancha, J. Harrngan and A. Peter son were appointed a committee to draw up an amendment to the constitution of the club to provide for a board of three trusties, who chall have charge of the building matter. The old building commit tee was thereupon discharged. Second Week of the W. S. Sitratton Co., Piano USssssSmsnswL Bahkfupt Sale W It's the Sclmiollor & Muellor way to, buy piano bnrcsiins al ways on tlio Match for you know "lneichantlise well bought is easily nolil." This is one of the main factors of our ever growing business. We are the only piano manufacturers within 500 miles our factor- knowledge enables us to accurately jmlge piano values. The Sioux City Ktratton stock is without question the best purchase we ever made. From now on the lowest of low prices will prevail until a complete clearance is effected. Sale rrin: New Upright Pianos gtr(.M price: AOPA hlraoro Makes Xxll Oak, Walnnt an ViJU Ml.ony $300 3". A J AA Koston Makes fllll,n Ilenndfnl ltM V W Colonial C ases Used and Shopworn ITntMrfki- Pinnnc w.a.a. .uv,u 9snkai Sons :tlt.V tcBer Son SV.-:S..' d I 3 O ' R,n,',0' . iim.! i "III 1 hteWerlnB S 1 !. I'lcFVf Mallet A lluvl !.( $192 Piano Players $90, S110, $125 to $175 for a new Cccelianor Simplex. New Pianolas, $250 & $300 A personal Inspection Is necessary to realise the Mith quality of these niaKnillcent bargnlns. On Payments of $4.00 and $5.00 Monthly oo Ml (Ml (Ml Wraman ! IM.tMl Kchul.rrt l2ft.n Arlon tIN.fMI Hale $!I4.(M Merltnic. f s I (k Waters.. , aT.VO'l Hall KMIH.OO Ullbert ais.oo On Payments of $2.00 to $4.00 Monthly CHMOLLER & MUELLER ..The Largest Piano House in the West.. 1313 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb. Manufacturer, Jobber and Retail. 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Dr. Burkrait's Vegetable Compound has settled the question of health in 8,7S6,(Ki0 homes last year by curing the afflicted of the following dlseanes: Kheumatlsm, neu ralgia, Henuacui', Constipation and in ail ments of the organs, as Kidneys, Liver and Htoinucli. Into the sliiKglsh blood, poli or.ed with foreign matter, a new, fresh. healthy vitality was infused. 30 days treatment, 26u. All druggists. To stop the Grip or lafluenit to break up a Cold, to proven Pneumonia, porsclratljn must bo Inducjd. The u of Dp Humphrey' " S jveruy - eeven with lomt f jpm of' gen l ex eroiee, will bring th i b9da of eweat to the brow and break up tho cold. "77" ore Coujh, Grip, In fluenza. Catarrh, Sore Throat, and Colde tinat mng on. At Drufflxs, V ruti. iautk4. Jtuaaanr.' aii C., Cor. Willtaa A Jwka t eis Turk. : IN RESPECT FCR JUDGE IVES Paelle Library Will Be Closed Darin- (be Hoars vt the Funeral. Last night the directors' of tbe Omaha public library held a brief meeting. The following resolution was adopted: Resolved. That in the death of Judge V. C. Ives this board loses a genial and com panlrnahlv member, who cheerfully gave of hts time snd experience to tha perform enoe of bis, duties as a director of this l;s"sry. I Thnt the sympathies of this boird are ei tendxd to the bereaved wti, and that as a rark of re.-'pet-t the llhfarUn is hereby In structed tu close the tlbrnry during Sundny xftttmnun on Janunry 31, the day of his fiMierel: be It (urtt.er Reaolvfd. That a copy of this resolution b ordered spread I pon the minutes of this board, and the aecretary requested to irausmu a copy of ths earns to Mrs. Ives. Job for Three Snrgreoas. A solemn scene was enacted at the police station. In the surgeons room, last even ing. On the opeiatingi table was the poor victim awaiting the surgeon's knife, while gathered around were Police Burgeons l iom.cr snd Decker and Lir. It. G. Penner and a number of sympathetic friends.' When the anestnetics. antiseptics ana cutlery had been properly placed. Dr. Ptnner aienoed tor srd ana announced thtt the operation might be made. The subject of the operation was a (-weeks-old standard bred Lewellen setter pup that had ruptured itielf a lew weeks ago. i tie aug it one or a family of eleven and belongs to Serjeant Cock, who Is anxious to save the pup's life if possible. The operation was a complete uii-mi in every way and it is stated tha dog la on the roid to recovery and will be able providing no relapse occurs, to sit up and take nounsnmem in n ew aays. Boo ad a Break Into Jail. After several attempts to break Into J.ill Frank Qllchriat, 18 Chicago street, finally had the wish of his heart gratified by rul ing to Jail In the patrol wagon. During tha early hours of last t veiling someone tot phoned to the police Htatlon and asked fot tha uairol waion. but upon being uuea- tloned the person would not give his nam-, merely saying that the conveyance was wanted el 14oS Chicago street. In a few minutes the seme reouent was reoeated with the additional Information that a rough house was being rui.-ed and that the person speaking wss the one making the trouble. The anxljus one was appeased with the assurance thr the wagon would be forthcoming. An ofllrer waa dibpatchvd to the scene to investigate. He fonid there waa more truth than poetry in Gilchripfj louirh house ss Gilchrist had disturbed the feathers In hla home neat by playing baa. ket ball with chairs and tables. rrom toy aaaae For Menstrual Suppression" Moat Mwerful DCTW.T A rV OT kaown apwinc a ai"- a --m.l 1 v a It a box: bona. It. Sold la Omaha a Snarmaa a etcCouL.lt Urus Co. 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If others tell you nothing can be dons for you. this will surely cure you. Write to Dr. 8t evens & Co., Columbus, Ohio. Box 1671. They offer Ten Days' Trial Treatment to every man. It Is no "pre scription." "deposit" or "C. O. D." scheme. as this firm Is too large to resort to such tty ways. In addition to the absolutely trial treatment they send the most complete book ever written on the Diseases of Men. telling all. and fully Illustrated, with forty engravings from life. Every thing is confidential and sent perfectly DOTTLE Hinouy pure, a g ooa oiooa puriuer. juaue irum tno oesi so- JLIJSftj jl lected hops, eave aoctors Dins, una u tneu once we will not VJz-' have to ask for the second order. IWfws?' Delivered to any part of Omaha, Council Bluffs or Seuth Omaha. fl Order a case from JETTER BREWING CO. fcSS er HUGO F. IILZ, 1124 Dsujlat Street, Omaha. Telephone 1542 f or LEE MICIIELL, Wholesale Dealer. Council Bluffs. Tel. 81 petty free plain, and since they merely ask you to Inquire what they have got that will cure you, we trust every gentleman reader of this paper will write them at once as above and thus get the Ten Days' Trial Treat ment and book. food Inspector. A. L. RAMACCtOTTI, D. V. S CITT VETERINARIAN. Office and Infirmary, 28th and Maaoq Bts. OMAHA. NEB. Telephone Ks. At ONLY A FEW MORE LEFT AND WHILE THEY LAST OS DIAMONDS ARE Y0UHS We are forced to sell every piece of jew elry in this stocK. We positively can not t&Ke a dollan'a worth of stock away every article must be sold, F O R Regardless of value and without reserve, goods that have al ways sold for 91.50 to $4.50. This is a sale without prece dent. You must tahe advantage of it. 9 A tftssaasaaaes (Sum jq&Mp Iwm mm -1 a m ...wS 'weV .Mimmm Mif , . i mm a-an-i Jtw saareaaaaas- TOMORROW 50c OUR LEASE EXPIRES-YVE MUST GET OUT. Wsl rr,f s11 our Ins is vour rram anv one of the beautiful pieces shown below vS (hat formerly sold far $1.50 to $4.50 actually worth from $7.00 to $12.00 your choice, 50cqN A few of the choicest pieces are sun letc. uomc ar, once anu scicci uic iuusi ucauuim v 1 r It article you see. Cash is our sole object. The value of this merchandise is We arc forced to realize something. This is an opportunity of a lifetime for you. . m. ar w 1 a IS w a T l SJT aa T are. Wk. r P) BARRIOS DIAMOND DISrLAi . wim HAYU&N-Biiua. () I