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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THCTISDAY. JUNE fi. 1907.
3 VO F3AN3 REALM
NOTES 4 ON OMAHA SOCIETY
Altar and the Club Make the Say
MANY EVENTS OF INTEREST
ViBlm of Dinner Parties at Cowotrv
I Field Vlmhn Rival Mark
laatlone of Bur Cpl4
Wednesday was a strenuous day for
society with luncheon at the Country and
Field club and wedding: to attend In the
evening. The largent luncheon (riven at the
Country club Wednorday was by tin. W. B.
. Melkle and Mica Julia Hlggtnaon In honor
of Mr. Harley O. Moorehead. The truest
. were seated at one large table which wu
brightened with quantltiei of now balla.
Covera were laid for Mre. Harley O. Moore
head, Mra. W. 8. Poppleton, Mra. Clarke
Powell, Mra. Joeeph Cudahy, Mra. Ben
Cotton. Mra. John L. Kennedy, Mra. D. M.
. Vrnaonhaler, Mra. Wtlaon Lowe, Mra.
, David Baum, Mra. W. J. Foyo, Mra. Harry
Burkley, Mra. J. J. McMullen, Mra. C. C.
George, Mra. Harry Wllklna. Mra. Bam
Burns, Jr., Mra. George Palmer, Mra.
Jerome Magne, Mra. E. 8. Weetnrook, Mra.
H. H. Bprague, Mra. Herbert Wheeler, Mra.
France Brogan, Mra. Wilson Lowe, Mra.
Hacker. Mra. George Smith, Mra. George
Peek. Mra. Fred Naah. Mra. Sam Cald
well, Mra. dimming. Mra. Gerrtt Fort.
Mia Sharp, Minn Beulah Sharp, Mian Bessie
Brady, Mlsa Mary Lee McShane. Mine Mar
garet Wood, Mia Laura Congdon, Mlaa
Parker of Provldene, R- I.; Mlaa
Mable Balcombe, Mlaa Gertrude Moorehead,
Mlaa Jeanne Wakefield. Mlaa Marie Crounse,
Mia Marte Coffman, Mlaa Frances Weaaela,
Mle Helen Davla. Mlaa Mona Kloke, Mlaa
Edna Keellne, Mlaa Ada KJrkendall and
Mr. J. W. Griffith entertained In honor
i of Mra. Lamb of Rochester, N. T., guest
of Mr. G. W. Mogeath. Her rnest were
Mr. Lamb, Mr. Megeath, Mra. W. C.
Ivea, Mra. Freeman. Mra. George A. Joalyn,
Mra. W. J. Connell. Mra. I O. Batrd. Mra.
Hamilton of Toronto, Canada: Mra. A. V.
Klnaler, Mra. F. N. Conner and Mra. Ella
Mra. B. T. White gave a luncheon of
twenty cover In honor of Mra. W. B. Ful
ton, who la the wife of the new pee tor at
the Westminister Preabyterlan church. The
table ' waa decorated with red roe and
fern and the guest were member of this
With Mr. J. R- Scoble were Mra. J. M.
Hudson. Mra. Frank Hochatetler, Mra.
Itobertson and Mra. F. P. Klrkendall.
Affair at Field Claw.
Mr. George H. Kelly gave the largest
luncheon at the Field club In honor of Mr.
Enger of Chicago, Mra. Blanch Schneider
of Chicago and Mra. CaJllday of Canada.
' Covera were laid for Mra. Enger. Mr. Cal
laday, Mra. Schneider, Mrs. Will Tetter.
Mra. T. A. Thompson, Mra. Frank Judson,
Mrsv B. H. Updike; Mra. E. D. Van Court,
. Mra. C. Van Court. Mra. C. I. Fowler, Mra.
' C. Grimmel and Mra. Kelly.
With Mr. Hugo Brandel were Mr. Mor
ris Levy, Mrs. Phillip Schwarts and Mra.
Holiman of New York.
In honor of the Mlaaee Bennett, of To
ronto. Can Mia Alice Auld entertatned
.. the Mlases Bennett.' Mlaa Maud Marriott,
' Miss Daisy Rogers, ' Mia Henrietta Reea,
Mr. Hal Robert and Mrs. H. P. Peteraon
of Schuyler, Neb.
Mr. J. C. Weeth and Mra. Carpenter of
Boston were the guests of Mrs. H. O. Fred
erick. Mr. Paul Burleigh entertained aeren
guesta and Mlsa Howland five.
Mra. Metcalf Give Maaleale.
x.' The beautiful home of Mra. J. M. Met
calf, 1234 South Tenth street, waa again
opened for the enjoyment of her host of
friend Tuesday evening at a reception and
muslcale, given In honor of her guests, Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Metcalf of Los Angeles,
Cal.. 'and Mlaa Metcalf of Philadelphia,
The rooms were profusely decorated with
cut flowers. In the receiving line with Mrs.
'Metcalf were: Mr. and Mra. Alfred Metcalf,
Mlaa Metcalf, Mra. Hersche of Portland,
Ore.; Colonel Cornish and Mr. Ed Cornlah,
father and brother of the hostess. The
musical program .hat had been planned
Was thoroughly enjoyed by ail present, as
th animation wr all ' Catchy, without
varying from the clasaioaL Included on
the program were Mr. Alfred Metcalf,
Mta Mae Weaver, Mra. W. W. Turner and
Mra. Joaeph Metcalf, who were the soloist.
Mrs. Harry P. Whltmore and Mr. Duffleld
gave instrumental selections. Miss Hen
rietta Reea was the accompanist. Those
'present were Oeneral Co win. Colonel Cor
nish, Mr. Ed- Cornlah, Judge and Mra.
, Doane, Mlaa Fanny Greenhow, Mr. and
Mra. Keller, Judge and - Mrs. Wakeley,
Mlaa Nellie Wakeley, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
,W. Yates, Mr. and Mra. W. B. Morse. Mrs.
Carrier. Mr. and Mra. Charlea J. Greene.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kllpatrlok, Mr. and
Mrs. John. Barker, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cotton,' Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Burn. Jr., Mr. and Mra. Prltchett,
Mia Margaret Wood. Mia Flora Webater,
Mia Mary Lee McShnne, Mr. Fred Hamil
ton, Mr. Allen of Fort Crook and Mr.
Mia Laura Dale gave a kitchen shower
Tuesday afternoon In honor of Miss Ruth
Dahlman. The afternoon was spent In
hemming dust cloths for the bride-to-be.
Those present were: Mis Dahlman, Mlaa
Conklln of Guthrie, Okl., Ml Lorraine
Comstock, Mis Edith Butler, Miss Ida
Smith, Mia Hermene Bleaalng, Mia Dale,
Mrs. Gary of Macon, Mo., Mrs. Paul Wem
her, Mrs. George F. West, Mrs. Colt Camp
bell, Mrs. Glenn Buck, Mrs. A. W. Scrlbner.
Mrs. James C. Dahlman, Mrs. I,ee Kennard
and Mrs. Dale.
Captain and Mrs. Leonard D. Wlldman of
Fort Omaha were honor guests at a beau
tiful dinner given Tuesday evening at the
Country club by Mrs. Arthur Gulou and
Mrs. F 8. Cowglll.
Other Events of Interest.
Mlsa Brent e Taylor entertained at an In
formal kenalngton Tueaday afternoon at
her home, 4227 California street The In
vited guests were: Mis Howland, Mis
Fannla Howland, Mlsa Alice Frederick. Mlas
Mattle Robertson, Mlsa Ethel Robertson,
Mlaa Ethel Conant, Mlaa Marie Butts, Mlas
EfTle Halght, Mlas Edna Hunter. Miss
Blanch Sorenson, Mlas Mary Hayden, Mlas
Kathertne O'Donahus, Mrs. J. A. C. Ken
nedy, Miss Rachael Cams of Lincoln, Miss
party and relatives were invited. Pink
flowers were used In all the rooms. The
dining room was especially beautiful, a
conspicuous feature being the elaborate
centerpiece used on the table and cleverly
placed In the center of this were electric
lights surrounded by sweet peaa, which
propped over the sides and were arranged
to have the appearance of a ball of flowers
with the lights shimmering through. About
forty were present for supper. Mr. and
Mr. Collett left the same evening for a
wedding trip which will Include Portland,
Seattle and other western points.
Another of the pretty June house wed
dings of Wednesday was that of Miss
Clnra Hervey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Hervey. and Mr. J. Nye Mac
allster of Chicago, which waa solemnised
st t o'clock. The room were beautifully
decorated, a different color scheme prevail
ing In every room. The first parlor was
In pink and green, the second In red and
the dining room In green and white. The
ceremony took place In the first parlor.
Rev. A. 8. C. Clarke officiating. The large
mantel was banked with palm and fern
and overhead was a canopy made of feath
ery ferns. A touch of color was added to
this by hsvlng the lights shaded In pink.
The bridal party entered to the strains of
the Lohengrin wedding march played by
Mlas Henrietta Reea. Miss DoWlnta Conrad
and Mlas Kathertne Conrad came flrst and
stretched the ribbons as they passed
through two floral archea outlined with
niary utirwn, Mra. raui wernner, Mrs. ' p)nk and whlte. nv wore the daintiest
Arthur D. Smith. Mlas Casale Arnold, Mlaa of wnlte frockg over pnk na dlarge pink
Louise Bchierman. Miss Helen Shoales and bow, ln the)r nair pnk ,hoeg Bnd Bt0ck
Mla Jessie Naaon. lngl, an(1 CBrr1ed basket tied with huge
Mra. W. Morrl McKay gave a matinee ' pmk bows. Tney were followed by the
party at the Burwood Tuesday for Mlaa ' Kroom amj h, best man. Mr. Bruce Mac
Dora Morse, Miss Margaret Curry. Miss I ail8ter of Chicago. Mlas Maud Keys, a
niuian ana miss tiara wioeser or Brie. Pa. bridesmaid, came next with the grooms-
man, Mr. Earl Hervey. Her gown waa
of green chiffon over green silk and she
carried a boquet of pink carnntlons. Miss
Ola Belle Hervey, sister of the bride, was
maid of honor and was becomingly attired
ln cream Paris mull over cream silk and
Luncheon followed at Balduffs, when the.
table was decorated with red carnations.
A very . quiet home wedding was solem
nised Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, whan
Miss Belva Barr, daughter of Mrs. Mary
E. Barr, became the wife of Mr. Fred 8.
Larktn. Mr. and Mra. Larkln left the same
evening for an extended trip through
Colorado. Only the Immediate families
were present at the wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Mandelberg entertained
. at dinner Tuesday evening In honor of
Mlsa Juliet Morris. The table was dec
orated ln green and white brides roses,
combined with smllax waa the centerpiece.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Max
Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Prentke of
Cleveland, O., Mr. and Mra. Levy of Min
neapolis, Miss Morris, Mr. Louis Levy and
Mr. and Mra. Mandelberg.
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Kendls entertained
Tuesday evening at cards In honor of Mr.
A. P. Kendls of Los Angeles, Ca. Four
tables were placed for the game and the
prises for high Ave were won by Miss Clara
Rosenblum, Mrs. A. P. Kendls, Mrs, J.
Lewis. Mr. S. K. Kendls, Mr. J. Lewis and
Mr. N. B. Kendls.
Miss Parks of Providence, R. I., Is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cudahy,
Miss Sarah Allen of Kansas City, for
merly of Omaha, will accompany Mlaa Ethel
Tukey home from Kansas City to be her
Miss Rachael Cams of Lincoln Is th guest
of Miss Bessie Taylor.
The wedding of Miss Lillian Theresa
Bushman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will-
lam M. Bushman, to Mr. Alexander Leonard
Stuart waa solemnised Wednesday morning
at o'clock at St, Peter' church' by Father
McLaughlin. The church was decorated
with a profusion of pink roses and bridal
wreath combined with quantities of aspara
gus ferns. Mis Nettle Bushman, sister of
th bride, was maid of honor and wore
pink embroidered mull over silk and car
ried pink sweet peas. A It waa a double
ervlce there were two ring bearers. Miss
Agnes Bushman, sister of th bride, and
Master Cecil Stuart. Both were dressed in
white, one carrying a Illy and the other an
American ' Beauty rose. The bride
wore a handsome gown of white silk mull,
trimmed with real German valenctenea
lace, mad princess with panels of the lace
reaching from her shoulder to the hem of
her gown. A long graceful tulle veil waa
caught in place with a wreath of lilies of
th valley and she carried a shower bou
quet of the same flower. Mr. Frank Stuart,
brother of the groom, waa the best man.
Mr. Robert . Bushman, . Mr. Bert Murphy,
Mr. Ed Naughton and Mr. Byron Reed
j aorved as ushers. Following the ceremony
a wedding breakfast was served at the
home of the bride's parents, when only the
Immediate families and relatives were In
vited, numbering about thirty. Last night
from I until 8 o'clock a large reception was
held at the home of the bride, 709 Geor
gia avenue. Th house was elaborately
decorated In pink and white. Pink roae
and bridal wreath are th flowers used,
while palms and ferns are given conspicu
ous places. The dining room waa especially
attractive with a huge centerpiece on th
table of pink roses and the candles and
other light war shaded In pink. Punch waa
served In the library. Assisting In the din
ing room and throughout the rooms were
Franklin Smith, Mr. and Mr. David Baum. ( Mlsa Mary O'Connor. Mlsa Naughton.
Miss Baum. Mr. and Mrs. Chadwlck. Mra. ' M, Agnea McElr0y( MlM poW., M,,
Byron Red. Mrs. Branch. Mra Martha ' Bessie Powers. Miss Kathertn Schall. Mis
Heth. Mr. Turner Mr. H T, Leml.t, Mr. ; Bt,a Murphy, M1, EIla Fearo( M1 ,
" " "I"1 r-" ' Mullen. Miss Florence Sweeney and Mrs.
Frank Gallagher of Council Bluffs. Mr.
and Mrs. Stuart left last evening for
a wedding trip to California and will be at
horn after July 15 at Walnut. la.
J. R. Scoble, Mr. and Mra. Harry V. Burk-
i ley, Mlsa Fannls Butterfleld, Miss Melona
Butterfleld, Miss Henrietta Reea, Miss Mo
Coon, Judge and Mrs. Thummsl, Judge and
' Mrs. W. H. Munger, Miss Marie Coffman,
Mis Rosa Coffman. Mlsa Ma 'Weaver,
Mlaa Wlckham and Mis Agnea Wlckham
of Council Bluff. Mr. Duffleld, Mr. Stock-
Dahlia am -Collett.
One of th moat elaborate wedding of
the season waa solemnised Wednesday,
ton Heth and Mr. Conrad E. Spena, Mra. ev"" at 8 o'clock at All Salnta' church.
Churchill, Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Whit- j wnBn "um jjanunan, daughter of Mr.
more, Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Sweet. Mr. ! n Mr"- C. Dahlman, became the
and Mrs. John Weltzel, Mr. Peter Her, Mrs.
Bruce, Mrs. W. B. Me!kk Mr. and Mrs.
Irnst. Mlas Irnst. Mr. and Mra. C. B.
Smyth, Mra. Baraon, Mr,. Brighton, Dr. and
Mrs. Connell, Mr. and Mra. W. J. Connell
and Dr. and Mrs. George L. MUler..
Dinner for the Hum.
Mr. and Mr. Jerome Magee war honor
guests at a charming dinner given Tuesday
evening by Mr. and Mra. George B. Prltch.
bride of Mr. Austin Collett. The church
waa a bower of green. Palms, fern and
other potted plants were used In profu
sion, but no flowers broke this one tone
color scheme of green which made a per
fect setting for the bridal party and gave
th church a coot, summery appearance
so In keeping wtlh a June wedding. Rev.
T. J. Mackay read the marriage lnea.
Preoedlng. the entrance of the wedding
pany jar, nary oi ' Macon, Mo., aang
large bouquet of bride roses. The plat I enter the chuuch were th. two little flower
varus wora aengnua wits, onaal Douquets
and at either end of the table were two
stiff bouquets of roses wrapped with paper
In keeping with the old-fashioned custom
of decorating like "when grandma waa a
girl." ThoM present were: Mr. and Mrs.
Magee., Mr. and Mrs. John L. Kennedy,
Are juat around the corner. Hand
Wrough. Sterling Silver.
of tlghest artistic distinction and
unique valae. you'll find here In
UAVHINHEY & RYAN
15th aiui Douglas St.
girls, Mlaa Dorothy Dahlman, and Mlaa
Harriet Copley. They were both gowned
In light blue organdie and carried baskets
with long handles which were covered with
feathery asparagua ferns trailing over the
sides and Intermingling; with sweet peaa.
Th. four bridesmaids, Mlas Edith Butler,
Mlas Lorratns Comstock, Mlas Laura Dale,
and Mlaa Conklln of Guthrie. Okl., came
next, gowned alike In pale blue organdie
and carrying loose clusters of aweet peaa
Mra Paul Wernher, matron of honor,
cam. next, and wore a beautiful novelty
pattern imported from th Philippine, and
th him color of blue as that worn by the
bridesmaids. She also carried pink sweet
peas. Th brld cam laat, with her father.
Her exqutait. bridal gown of whit all
over lace, a combination of cluny and diet.
It was empire effect and made en train
and over It ln graceful folda hung her long
tulle veil. Thla waa held ln place by gold
leave and a wreath of llllie of the valley
and carried a shower bouquet of the same
flowers. Following th. ceremony a buffet
upper waa aerved at the home of Mr. and
Mra Dahlman. ta wblca oidy th. bridal
carried pink carnations. Very attractive
was the little ring bearer, Mlsa Sara Smea
ton, who waa all in white, and carried the
ring in a calla lily. She preceded the bride.
The bridal gown of white Peralan chiffon
over white silk, was semt-prlncess, trimmed
with lace and tucks made panol effect,
with sunburst pleated aleeves and pleating
Inset on th skirt. A long tulle veil com
pleted a very handsome costume. A recep
tion followed the ceremony. Assisting In
the dining room were Mrs. J. H. Conrad,
Mrs. Ray Wagner. Mra. Ralph Moody,
Mrs. Jack, Mlas Hattl Rehfeld. Mis
Isabel Wllllama, Mlaa Tress Keys, Miss
Kathertne McClanahan, Mlases Florence
and Beulah Leach. Punch waa served on
the porch, which had .been canvassed and
Inclosed. Serving here were Miss Mary
Fane, Mis Marie McArdle, Mlaa Edith An
derson and Miss Wilms. Leach. Assisting
throughout the rooms were Mrs. H. M.
McClanahan, Mra. J. R. Campbell, Mra
Bert Btauffer and Mrs. J. F. Wagner.
Mr. and Mrs. Macallster left Wednesday
evening for Boston and an extensive trip
through th. east. On their return they
will make their home In Chicago, where
the groom la located In business. Among
the out of town guest present at the wed
ding were Mr. Isabel Macallster and Mr.
Bruce Macallster of Chicago, Mr. Earl
Hervey of Kansas City, Mr. Richard Kent
of Chicago, Mr. Bert Macallster of Cincin
nati, Mr. and Mra William Mellor and
Mr. and ' Mra' H. S. Cook of Lincoln, Mr.
and Mra. Robert Metcalf of Lincoln and
Mr. and Mra Tom Patterson of Platto
The wedding of Mlas Bertha Clarke,
daughter of Mr. and Mra Z. H. Clarke
of South Omaha, to Mr. John R. Hughes
waa solemnised Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock at the First Methodist church,
South Omaha. Rev. Mr. Sheer of Bethany,
111., officiated. A reception followed the
ceremony at the home of the bride's par
ents. Twelfth and Boulevard, between th
hqurs of and 10:30 o'clock.
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Charity of a Money Kin Wife.
In th. fine old house at 60 Fifth avenue,
New York, so long th residence of the
Minturn family, Mra. Thomas F. Ryan
ha an office, with a staff of clerk and
tenographera It 1 not like the ordinary
buslaesa office, but more like a comfortable
room In a library. Her. Mrs. Ryan spends
every morning, attending to th. business
she lias made her onu charity. No char
itable Institution are better managed than
those that she has endowed, for she re
quire of them regular reports and ah
watches them closely. She has given away
about 14,000,000 In building hospitals, eon
vents, schools and churches, and before
each gift has been made, Mra Ryan baa
convinced herself of Its necessity.
Mis Alice Perry, the flrst woman in Ii
land who has qua 11 tied as an engineer, has
been appointed county surveyor of Oal
way, to succeed her father, the late James
Why suffer from rheumatism when on.
application of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
ADDITION TO MASONS' HOME
Annex May Be Bnllt to the Institu
tion So Prosperons at
Wednesday morning's session of the Ma
sonic grand lodge of Nebraska waa largely
devoted to the consideration of th. report
of the committee on the Masonlo home at
Plattamouth. The report ahowed the horn,
and orphanage in a prosperous state.
Thirty-six orphans are now being cared
for at the home and eighteen widows of
Masons, aside from a number of enfeebled
and aged members of the order.
A proposition Is under consideration for
building a $20,000 addition to th. home In
the very near future. '
Among the more Important, members of
the grand lodge In attendance was Lieu
tenant Governor M. R. Hopewell of Te
kamah. Governor Hopewell Is a paat grand
master of the Masonic order In Nebraska.
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POWER OF PUBLIC SENTIMENT
Work of Last Legislature Forcible
Illustration of It. .
VIEW OF FORMER SENATOR CADY
Consumers snould be oft their
guard against food articles that
are made by ignorant persons
in a haphazard manner, as they
are likely to proe deleterious
WHEAT FLAKE CELEIIY
Is made by a physician and chem
ist cleanly, pure and acceptable
to the most delicate stomach. u
Wr mI by eil Grwort)
Howard Coontr Statesman Sara en
Laws Show People Will Get Jnst
as Good Government as
"I never knew of a plainer Illustration of
.the power of public aentlinent than the
work of our last legislature, said former
State Senator A. E. Cady of St. Paul,
who came to Omaha' on private busi
ness Tuesday. - "The legislature en
acted those raws for which the people
had been clamoring and It did that
simply because of the power of public
sentiment. A to the fidelity of the mem
bers of the legislature there can be no
doubt; as to the wisdom of all the laws
enacted there may be some doubt. That
Is a question which time must settle. I
am not th one to say any measure placed
on the statute books was bad or unwlae,
but I am Inclined to believe the people
will be better able to Judge for themselves
after aome of thoae laws have been oper
ative for a time than they were at the
"As a whole the laws or the work of the
session seem to me to have been excellent
and the men who stood up so courageously
for what their constituents demanded and
for what they. In most Instances, believed
was the very beet, are deserving; of great
commendation. But good or bad, wise or
unwise, the result of that legislature as we
have It In concrete form today demonstrates
with unerring precision the force of the old
adage that the people will get Just as
good government. Just as good laws a
they want, no better and no worse. It la
folly to expect anything else; It Is folly
to elect one kind of men to office and ex
pect another kind of government. Like
begets like In matters of legislation as
much as ln any sphere of life of which I
can think Just now.
Donut Prlmarr Law's Wisdom.
"A I have said, I am not the one to at
tack the work or any part of the work
of the last legislature, but I do have soma
misgiving as to th. wisdom and practlbll
Ity of at leaat one measure It passed,
namely the state-wide primary law. I
doubt If ln a state like ours where we
have so many spsrsely settled communities
that law will accomplish the good It would
In an older and more thickly populated
stat. or will accomplish as much good as
Its patrons expect of It. However, I do
not wish to crtlclse the legislature for en
acting the law, since It was apparently In
response to the will of the majority of
the people and thla la a government by
th. people. It I one time In the hlatory
of Nebraska that th. people have had their
ay. And that la. In my Judgment, praise
enough for any legislature."
Two point then, are brought out with
striking fore by the record of , this legis
laturethe power of public aenrim.nt .n4
the fact the people will gtt as good govern
ment as they want. Let public sentiment
become thoroughly aroused and organised
no oa ok or any proposition . and that
propoaltlon will go through. There la no
political power atrong enough Indefinitely
to withstand the power of crystallized pub
lie sentiment And let th. people make up
their minds a to wUat they want, then
select the right sort of men to represent
them and they will get what they want.
"You observe this legislature (which the
World-Herald says was the beat on record
In Nebraska) waa overwhelmingly republican."
OKLAHOMA ELECTION CALLED
Votera of Now State to Pnaa Upon
the Proposed Conatltntton
SOUTH M'ALESTER, I. T., June 6Dls
regarding the restraining order of District
Judge Pancoast, William H. Murray, presi
dent of the constitutional convention, today
Issued a proclamation calling an election
August 6, when the constitution framed by
liio convention for the propotcA state of
Oklahoma will be ratified or rejected.
Murray stated tonight that he did not con
sult the legal advisory committee ln mak
ing the proclamation for the election, know
ing this would embarrass them as attorneys
before th. court.
YEAR FOR STEALING SHOES
Sentence for Yoiag Man Who Saa
Ho la Under Elahteen
Years of Age.
For breaking Into a box car and stealing
30 worth of shoes, William H. Wilson was
sentenced to one year In the penitentiary
by Judge Troup Wednesday morning. Wil
son to secure a reform school sentence by
pleading he waa under 18, but his appear
ance was against htm as he looked to be
22 or 23. He pleaded guilty to the charge,
but said he did not get as many shoes as
he Is charged with taking.
AMAZED AT GROWTH OF CITY
R. P. Schwerin Says Strides of Omaha
DARK CLOUDS OVER 'FRISCO
Haa no Faith In Committee of Sixty,
bat Thinks m, Mnrshnjl Field
Will Yet Arise to Rebnlld
Rennle Pierre Bchwerln, vice president of
the Pacific Mall Steamship company, with
headquarters at San Francisco, passed
through Omaha Tuesday afternoon, arriv
ing over the Northwestern road at 4:S in
his private car Ashland of the Southern
Pacific, and leaving again as soon as his
car could be transferred to the Union
Pacific, on his way back to the coast after
an eastern trip.
"Well," pleasantly remarked Mr. Sch
werin to a reporter for The Bee, "I haven't
much to say about myself, but you might
tell me something about Omaha. The
growth of your town has been as wonder
ful as any between Chicago and th. coast
I pass through here every year and am
amazed at the progress since the city
entered Its 'new birth' about sixteen years
"I don't see why you are sending a trade
excursion west. Ton ought to send It east
and bring people out hre."
Blast Not Bar Japs,
"The United States would make a big
mistake ln debarring Japanese from these
shores and It might lead to a lot of trou
ble," said Mr. Schwerin on the Japanesa
question. "We can't treat Japan as wa
have China. And I don't see how we can
get along without the laborers from there.
We can't get enough laborers out there."
As he was speaking his secretary brought
the San Francisco papers and telegrama
which had reached him here and the name
of "Harriman" was frequently repeated lit
arranging the repliea. Looking at a copy
of the Call, Mr. Schwerin observed re
gretfully: "Poor old San Francisco. She has bad
a hard time of It."
"But don't you think the end of tba
trouble is ln sight?" he was baked.
"I wish I could hope . so," he said earn
estly. "At present every man seems to ba
concerned In tearing down Instead of build
ing up. And so many men who were in
strumental ln th. rearing up of the city
have now bei indlrted. But some time th
right man, one with the confidence of
everybody, will come to the surface as
Marshall Field did In Chicago after tha big
Are there and resurrect the city." (
Mr. Schwerin did not seem to have any
confidence In the "committee of sixty,"
saying that one man with two or three
assistants, with the, confidence of the peo
ple, 1 all that Is necessary.
JAP ROSE! bath soap lathers freely la alt
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Its strongest point. KIRK'S drugglatflh
Reward for News of Dr. Bsrgta,
COFFETVILLE. Kan., June 6.-The po
lice last night offered a reward of tloO for
the recovery of the body of lr. Valle Bur
gee, the young dentist formerly of St.
Louis, who has been mysteriously missing
since March . and is believed to have beea
killed. The reward Is also offered for
knowledge of Burgee's present whereabouts)
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