Newspaper Page Text
TIIE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JUNE 13. 19C9.
Well Here we are again ! ' An old acquaintance back. Just as happy, just as snappy, just as gingery, just as enticing nri -int.i.ij mmmar GINGER SNAPS Package NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY 3 ' 111 J2 nAS TRUST COT LOUP RIVER? Transfer of Stock Givei Rii to An- iwer ia Affirmative. I GENERAL ELECTRIC REACHES OUT Water rower Moaopolr fall to Hare Tarawa Its Tratarlra Ahoat tae Bab-- PraJ-ct la Tilt Stat. New Seminary . for Omaha in Biblical Institute Erection of Building an J Enlarge ment of Work Plan of Swed ish Free Church. BRIEF CITY NEWS 909 J U N E 1909 SUN MOM TUC WCO TMU l AT I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 2122 23 242526 2728 2930 Hav Boot Print It. Xndolpn T. awoboda. Public Accountant ain.aart, phatorraphar, 18th Farnam. Kaya, photo, removed to lath Howard. . S. Comba. axpert optician, 1620 Doug-. JCqnlfal llfr Policies. at.ht drafu at Maturity. H. D. Neely. manarr. Omaha. Qaorr X. HOora la now with the Union Outfitting Co.. 1316-17-1S Farnam BL kdlawild Sutter la churned from paataur . Ixd cream and aold only in cartona. David Jole Creamery company Tar Ar Sa-aral Ways af aavla; The Nebraaka Savings and Loan association way, and others. - Our way fay a- per tent., Board of Trade building. Ksstdemoe toll far $40O Mr. and Mrs. . K. Lovtll Dunu have sold their residence at 11H South Twenty-eighth street to Charlea W, Klse and Green A. Denham for H.B0O1-; Memorial to Thomaa A. Oralgh Grant Tost', Grand Army of the Republic, -will Void special memorial service Tuesday m-enlng- ln-honor' bf the lata department and 'post commander, Thomaa A. Crelgh. Baglea Postpone Their Tlalt The offi cers of the grand aerie of the Eagles who acre to. have been In Omaha Monday have postponed their visit for a week. It was planned to give them a dinner at the Omaha Field club end to take them to th den In the evening to the Ak-Sar-Ben Ini tiation. . Damage Molt Settled Oat of Ooart The suit of Peter Wolf against th Cudahy Tanking company for damages following Injury by th explosion of ammonia tanks ' has been settled, th attorneys for the Cudahy company allowing 13,750. Twenty Alt Who W6uld Enjoy rood hoaith, wK& Ha Mssafags, snort tm derstaod, quit dmAj, tha f favolro tha question af riht living wish, all tk tena impliea. With proper kBOwfedf of what Li beat, each hour c4 woraeioa, of anjoy BaMi, tt mtapUtoa and of sSort may ba mxte to aontrSbuta ta frrifif aright; Then tist hm of tmdktaae aaay be di peoaed with to advent ga, but ondsr of. ; dinatr aonditioag to many Instances a rimpie, vbolaaoma romady may ha Jnvaltt sbie if takan at the proper tins and tha California fig Syrup Co. hold that it ia alike important to preaent tba subject truthfully and to supply ths one perfect Laxative to those dasiri&g It. ' Cooaequcatly, tba Company' Syrup of rigs and Elixir of Senna gfrva general atkf action. To get H beoafteial effect buy tba georina, maoufaetarad by the California Pig Syrup Co. octj, and for aalo T all leading druggist The Cost of Cleanliness A New Booklet PaaUaaea JX Wood Co. Xwargsat CAeaaesa aa Ppera La tka Wast. It' Inter esting and It s Pre. Band for a Copy. 1521 Howaru (Jt., Omaha wltnestea had been summoned to testify for the plaintiff. ad Tim to Carry a Trunk While Jack Payne, 1W0 North Thirty-sixth street, was away from home Sunday someone entered his house by using a key In the front door and stole a small trunk which contained a variety of goods. Later the trunk was found unopened In a ditch a short distance from the house. Bicyclist Srae atret Car Company Karl Krauss, a minor, has 'brought suit through his mother, Frederlka Krauss, against the Omaha c Council Bluffs Street Railway company In district oourt fur S5,000. He was riding a bicycle at the cor ner of Tenth and Pierce May 7, this year, when run down, as the petition asserts. Tent Thief, Pad A tent burglar visited one of the canvas dwellings at the Young Men' Christian association park on the east end of Cut-Off lake Sunday night and stole some clothes and a time book containing two checks from W. H. Cleve land. The matter was reported to the police, although It occurred outside of the city limit. eaa th Barglar pie A burglar helped himself leisurely to silverware, revolver and other articles in J. C. Doedyn'a house, Z70S Fort street, Sunday evening while the family was at Florence. Just as the thief was about to leave with his haul Doedyn came home and saw the visitor running out the back door. The police are looking for him and the stolen property. Come Par for Jury Serriaa Scott Dunn, formerly of South Omaha, I a good cltl en. He traveled all the way from West Point to Omaha Sunday to report for Jury service, having been drawn- on the new panel. Dunn who took up his residence In West Point a few days after registering last fall in South Omaha, Is, of course, now Ineligible for Douglas county service. He was unaware of this and so cam to report Tooth Own th mingv After holding A, L. Parker and Louis Kasa, two young men .from Stockton, Cal., since Saturday be cause they had a valuable diamond ring and wer trying to sell It at a low figure, the police have released them. It was learned by telegraph from Stockton that the youth were known to possess such a ring. At first they were thought to have stolen It. geld for Abandoning Children On th chtxrg of children abandonment, Fred Mc intosh, a painter, was bound over to the district court Monday morning from police court Hi wife, from whom he Is sep arated and who lives on Wool worth ave nue, was th complainant. She testified that Molntosh told her he no longer cared for her last winter and left her and three children without support On of th chil dren ha died sinoe. bad la Bartons Trouble On the charge of breaking seal on Northwestern box cars, Seigel Lovclady, who live between Seventeenth and Eighteenth on Dodge street and ha been In th clutches of Mogy Bernstein before, was arrested Sun day night. Two other lads who wer with him escaped. It is said the trio broke three car seal and stole some empty bot tles from one of the cars. Officer Bern stein took charge of the case. JTUoa Wins th Oertifloet Alfred A. Nixon baa won th membership certificate In th South Omaha Live Stock- exchange held by hi former partner, Cassius Sparger. Judge Troup banded down Mon day afternoon a decision sustaining th contention of plaintiff In th case. The certificate was deposited as collateral on a note, when th partnership of Sparger A Nixon was dissolved. It was asserted by defendant that Nixon assumed and failed to pay obligations accruing from the old partnership of Sparger Linberg, when rixon displaced the latter. On this the court held otherwise. X-awyer Charges Klsooadast A charge of misconduct - made by T. J. Mahoney against C. J. Smyth enlivened the suit of Blair against th Kingman Implement com pany before Judge Iay In district court nonvay morning, int orusn cam ovr questions put to Calvin Blair, the plaintiff, on cross-examination. Following objection by Mahoney, Smyth proceeded to argue the competency of the testimony. It waa In the course of thi argument that Mahoney interrupted to declare that th other attor nay was wilfully trying to lnflueno th Jury rather than argue the question. Fol lowing a denial th Jury waa excused and th question then argued out. . Director of the Nebraska Power com pany, which proposes to harness the Loup river to secure electrical power, have au thorised the secretary to exchange shares of common stock for the common stock of th Nebraska Central Irrigation company, which corporation ia capitalised at 11,000.- 000 has out 28,000 shares of stock and In vested (.100,000 In an Irrigation ditch. It is the claim of the officers of the Nebraska Power company that a tentative contract ha been signed with one of the great electrical companies and the perma nent contract only awaits the return to New Tork City of some of the heads of the company, as the engineers of the cor poration have made a favorable report. In the organisation of the Nebraska Power company H. E. Babcock has been more or less associated wtlh the General Electric and th Westlnghouse Electric and Manufacturing company. Mr. Babcock has always said it was at the Instance of men high In these great Industrial cor porations that he started the proposition of furnishing electrical power to eastern Nebraska by harnessing the Loup river. This association and the positive assertion of officers at this time that one of the largest electrical companies In the coun try has signed a preliminary and agreed to sign a permanent contract upon a favor ible report from one engineer, who has reported favorably, leads to the belief that the Loup river has been annexed by "the water power trust." RooaeTelt Pointed It Oat. The monopoly waa pointed out by Presl dent Roosevelt and since his attack it has been discovered that one or two com- That is the Deft of the "Traitor" l" fa'h'r?? Ln. aw w :a avs i v J (ai a, v. i w wnti j 'MAYOR MUST COMt ACROSS" Democrats in Council. DAHLMAU STILL STANDS PAT He Expects to Sead to the Coanell Aboat the flam Domany List that He Babmttted Last Week. According to Councilman Berka council affair a far as the mayor' appointment are concerned are In statu auo. No con ferences have been held, he says, the coun- ollmen have not ben to see the mayor, and the mayor has not been to see the council man, and, a far as he knows, there has been no change In the condition since last week. Councllmen Berka and Hummel say they do not know what will be the outcome or when. President Burmester and Councll men Davis say they have no intention of paying heed to the city attorney's recom mendation regarding the appointment. Councllmen Brucker and Sheldon, "traitor' democrat, say th mayor must eventually "come across," and the mayor continues to declare that he will stand by his guns to the last ditch and will never run up a flag of truce. Mayor Dahlman expects to tend to the and secured the water rights. It I generally supposed the General Elec trie ha secured the Loup River company, which means the company will make elec trical power cheaper than It can with coal but whether the consumer will get the benefit is a matter of conjecture. Her are some of the enterprises which the General Electric control according to the government reports: United States Electric Securities. Elec trlcal Securities corporation, Electric Bond and Share company, Schenectady Power company, Carolina Power and Electric I.irht coirmanv. RorklnKham (North Caro lina) Power company, Animas rower ana Water company (Colorado), Central Colo rado Power company, Montgomery (Ala bama) Lleht and Power company, Summit County Power company (Colorado), Butte Electric and Power company (Montana), Montana Power Transmission company. Billing and Eastern Montana Power com rianv. Madison River Power company, Washington Water Power company (Wash Inaton and Idaho). Great Western Power company (California). Former Weattnshonae Man. The enarineer who -has Just completed a report on the Loup river Is E. B. Church, and President Babcock of the Nebraska Power company says he waa formerly an engineer of the Westlnghouse people, but now "has no connection whatever." The following are classed by the government as the Westlnghouse group of power com panles, and, as Is Well known, the West council alwliit th nm )( h iAnt lAt time. He ha been advised by th city lnghoue and General Electric pooled their legal department that h must stay In the patent in ww ana are generally con.mc.c. city eVery day and be on th Job constantly li he wants to be sure that the council will not steal a march on him. Assistant City Attorney Rln ha told him that th eoun cil can pass th first two readings of odl nance abolishing the ordinance office and close together" edrhpetitors Atlantlo Water and Electric Power com pany, Ontario rower company, Niagara. Lockport and Ontario Power company, Albany Power ana juanuiaciurins com nanv. Savannah River and Power com nanv. Oainsvllle Electrlo Railway and pas other ordinances recreating them and ! company, Chattanooga and Tennessee River then hold them for a year, perhaps, and Power company. North Colorado Power in an unguarded moment call a special company. session of the council on an off day wTien Water right on the Loup river are owned the mayor might be out of town and Dass by the Central Nebraska Irrigation com- them with the coucurrence of the acting pany, while an officer of th Omaha Watar mayor. comoany holds the water rights on the If thi I the case I will stay In Omaha Niobrara river, near the old town of Nio every blessed minute," declare Mayor brara. which I th best point for a plant. Jim." "If I have got to be kept her a Two attempts have been recently made by prisoner Ilk Napoleon On th Isle of St. the general manager of a street railway Helena I will keep the councllmen prison- and electric power company in which J. ers, too, and we will see how long one man Oaden Armour Is deeply Interested, to e can match his wits against nine. Anyway, pure the water ri-hta on the Niobrara I will not spend as much money If I stay PiVer In Nebraska. at home." x CHILDREN ARE WORKING TO WIN CORN SHOW PRIZES Woodward Will Go Under Knife Assistant Postmaster is to Be Ope- rated On for Appendicitis Tuesday. , Assistant postmaster J. 1. Woodard is suffering seriously from an attack of ap pendicitis complicated with kidney trouble. He was takan to St Joseph' hospital Mon day morning and will undergo an opera tion Tueaday morning. Javealle Are) Raising- Grain to Be Exhibited at tha National ExposttllOB. While even the (olid and conservative New England states are planning a corn exposition that their best sample may be sent to Omaha, the Interest ha spread from th "grown-up" to th children in th weatwrn state, who are working to win som of th prtxea. Some Idea of the llttl fellow who are growing corn to exhibit at the coming 'Ni tlonal Corn exposition may b gleaned from th following report received Monday from weatern Nebraska: M'COOK, Neb., Jun 11. 1909 Dea Mr. Woodard ha been In falling health Friend: My corn grow good. My corn 1 The Biblical Institute which the Swedlah Free church conference at Rockford, 111., decided to locate In Omaha amounta to the opening of another theological semi nary In the city, the erection of a build ing and enlargement of an Institution al ready In a prosperous condition. C. Sundell,' contractor In the New Tork Life building and August Pwensen. car penter at Thirty-second and Charles streets, who represented the Free Mission churcti of Omaha at the Rockford conference, re turned to Omaha Monday. They are re sponsible for securing the Institution which has been located In Chicago, but the dlrec tora believe It steady grom-th will be surer In a city such a Omaha and thi city was selected. At present there are twenty to tblrty students In the seminary training for the ministry of the Free church, and It is headed by Dr. P. J. Frlnrell, with O. A. Toung as assistant to the president. A the conferences of different Swedish churches have reported favorably on unit ing, the Institution in Omaha Is likely to become the training school for the Swedish Congregational. Mission Covenant a well as the Swedish Free church. Rev. A. P. Youngberg, pastor of the Free church In Omaha, ha been assigned to TOysberg, Pa., and will, leave for that city at once with his family. HI suc cessor will be Rev. J. Westlund of Chicago, who Is a graduate of the Biblical Institute and one of the workers for the seminary. J. C. Olsen and J. F. Hansen of Holdrege, Trvlng Haleen of Holcomb and Mr. Sundell of Omaha are three newly elected mem bers of the board of trustees of the Biblical institute from Nebraska. All trustees are western men. Shakes His Teeth on Altar of Court Colored Han Gives His Hand a Crap Fling and Oat Come Two Pearlies. With a flourish and a rolling of his palms, as If he were playing "craps," Wil liam Singleton, a negro crawdab vender, 909 North Twenty-ninth street, scattered two of his shiny front teeth on top of Po lice Judge Crawford's altar of Justice Mon day morning as exhibit "A" to show that when he and Charles Murphy, a white man, mixed in a little fistic argument con cerning wfio was the best fighter. Murphy loosened the colored man's teeth by way of emphasizing his pugilistic superiority. The trouble occurred Saturday night and had therefore given Singleton ample time in which to prepare hi display In den tistry. After watching the negro Juggle the teeth around hi bar for a few min utes. Judge Crawford decided to paaa th case until Tuesday, when Singleton may perhaps see Murphy sentenced for smash ing the former's teeth loose. BELL BOY RUNS OUT OF I MOST OF HIS CLOTHING Tear Madly Down the Street, Shed dine Hla Apparel ai Ha Flees. Racing madly down Douglas street, pull ing off his clothing and throwing It aside as he went, R E. Dahlgren, who say he Is a bell boy at the Paxton hotel, was Intercepted Sunday night by Emergency Officer Lahey. After running a brief but strenuous Marathon with Dahlgren, Lahey managed to get him to Jail In part of hs clothing. The young man was discharged by the police Judge, who directed that he be held for the Insanity commission, as he seemed mentally unbalanced. While waiting In the matron's department of the city Jail a short time afterwards, Dahlgren again became violent and had to be re moved by five officer to th cell room. tor several weeks and has been reluctant to give up. Vut Acitm iur tuur jaoney xou a;l that by using The Be advertising columns SAVED BY. HIS CHILDREN Man Charged with Heaian OaTeasa Eased Down . Because at -HI Family. Albert P. Phillip family of four small children secured him temporary freedom In dlatrict court Monday afternoon. - Phillip, after being arraigned on a grave Statutory charge, pleaded not guilty. Hi attorney thea asked that bail b set not to exceed (1,000. County Attorney Eng lish held that th seriousness of the charge against Phillip would necessitate a larger bond war It not for th -fact that th man' family would help to keep htm within th Jurisdiction of the court. Phillip was arrested by Alfred Millard some week ago after Millard had tyund mm in a vacant bouse owned by Millard. WATER COMPANY OVERRULED Loeea It Mat ion tm Enfore Allejred Confession of Jadaanent of Water Board. about eight Inches high and I tended it good sofar. What Is the forst brlse of corn. Rite soon ana ten me, i win try ana get the best corn around, and what Is the brlse of butter, and so goodbye, from UUSTAF L1EBRANT. All these letters are answered by A. E. Hildebrand, In charge of the children de partment and Junior work. From all Indi cation the children and young people will play an important part in the next Na tional Corn exposition. Word ha been received from New Eng land that the six states will send individual exhibits this year and In the fall of 1910 will hold a New England corn show. The Judge T. C. Munger ha denied th appll cation of th attorney for th Omaha Water CAmiunv Ia mnttr th. .ll.v.J n. fesslon of Judgment In the United States "nllm" -- -" TO ENLARGE JPARISH SCHOOL Permit Issaed for Addition to Acad emy of Sacred Heart Which Will Cost $49,000. A permit for the erection of a south wing at th Academy of the Sacred Heart wa Issued by Building Inspector Withnell Monday and the work of construction will begin at Once. The south wing will be forty-five wide and ninety-eight feet long and will be three stories high above the basement. Brick will be used In Its con struction and the addition will cost (46,000. Th Sacred Heart academy holds an en tire block of ground bounded by Burt, Thirty-sixth, California and Thirty-seventh streets. The main building and the north wing were built several years ago. The new south wing will contain a chapel on the ground floor and sleeping rooms above. Permits for the erection of three double dwellings have also been Issued. Two of these were taken out by J. G. Arthur for dwellings to be erected at Fortieth and Davenport streets at a cost of S4.360 each These will be of brick. The third permit was taken out by F. C. Wllmoth for a double frame dwelling at IK19 Emmet street to cost M.000. J. H. Lite took out a permit for he erection of a frame dwelling at Thirty first and Haskell street to cost (1,960. circuit court, wherein It waa claimed by th water company' attorney that a con fesslon of Judgment would follow the dec! ioa of the circuit oour which waa ad vara to th city In th two hydrant rental cases. Th attorney for th Omaha Water board had flld a motion denying th Intention to confess Judgment pending th decision of th two hydrant rental cases, which con fession would virtually apply to the four oases still In th circuit court of th Ne braaka federal dlatrict The ease will now the National Corn exposition. JOHN CALVIN CELEBRATION Jaly 10 Fixed as Date of the Event by the Omaha Presby Rev. John R. Bennett wa granted a dismissal from the Omaha to the Kearney presbytery at the adjourned meeting of the Omaha presbytery Monday afternoon. A letter was received from Governor go -to trial on their nrlta. Th date ( nhallnbrgr. acknowledging his apprecla- th hearing 1 yet to be fixed. Paste It la your hat coffee DOE3 cauaa a weak heart in soma persons. If you're one. quit and un POSTUM "There's a Reason" HOTELS. In th BhoppUg District. tlon of th action of the spring presbytery meeting In endorsing his signing the "day light saloon bill." Resolutions were adopted recommending tn appointment of Rev. R. M. L. Braden aa pastor-at-large for the presbytery for th year. The committee on church extension recommended to the general board of church extension that a loan of (300 be granted to the manse fund of the First German Presbyterian church at Omaha, now being built. July IS waa decided upon aa th date for th observance of th 400th anniversary of th birth of John Calvin. The commit, tea having charge. of th celebration Is Warren Swltsler and the Rev. K. L. Wheeler, Charle Herron, C H. Jtnk and C. M. Juokln. U 25 1iniM",":..i"r- fnmmtUtHUit wwniHKiice'rc! Hotel Kupper llth and SCotr. - Kansas City. Mo. In th Shopping Dlstrlot, Hear all th Theater. BOO Beautiful Booms. 100 Private Baths. Mot and sold water la all roam. Bpaolea lobby, parlor. Telephone la every room. Beautiful Cafe, Perfeot Oulsia. $1 to $2.50 Per Day Buropeaa Pisa. KUPPER BENS0N HOTEL CO. r. a BKvsoar, ic-. -932 Superb Blue Serge Suits Even the word "superb" fails to give adequate expression to the many excellent qualities which distinguish our Blue Serge Suits for men and young men. You'll find that in every point of style, color or fabric these are the neat est and dressiest garments you could wear, and they're correct for nil occa sions, too. Up to tho usual "Nebraska" high standard of perfect-fitting, hand-tailored garments. "We show those Suits in single breasted and double-breasted styles for regular, slim or stout men, in sizes up to 48: You should see these today at and &5 "Tho House of High Merit " rr """ Any Cold Can be Cured tt . . tt t 9t J f witnout cold cure, couen mixtures ana ... . . . . 1 t All t A - r the nice opiate niiea mcaicinca. vii run ns do is to open your bowels wide with fC u. .s Mflr or nee That will carry the cold R-ermi nd tyttemlc poiion twar and you 11 W well in no time, u you iit mm trpated or nave rneumauim, nvcr or take an NR tablet to-night ana you u ie better in the morning. ;4 Get a 25c Box The I Train To Take To Colorado Service Is of paramount Importance In travel. That afforded by Rock Island Lines. Rocky Mountain Limited Is pre-eminently the finest, fastest and most luxurious of any train to and from Colorado. Every -"convenience and com fort of modern railway travel provided and every detail that tends to make a trip one of pleasure carefully looked after. A well ballasted, well-kept, well-graded road bed insures unbroken rest In a full-site snowy berth. ELECTRIC LIGHTED SLEEPER. Open Omaha Union Station, . 9:30 p.m. Low round trip fares In effect dally, write or call, G. S. PENTECOST PIVION PASSENGER AGENT. 14th and Ka mam St. Omaha, Neb. For that tired, run-down feeling eat tSat I I It has all the body-building material in the whole wheat prepared in a digestible fr m Trr Sfr frt l-i slrfif ' SWA J Ma WMAm HOTELS. HOTEL Broadway, Fifth Avenue and 27th St., NEW YORK. Vv In tha Cantra of wLAfiS Shopping and aj3W W'Jv Thoatro DlatrloL -isgjCT FIREPROOF. raaarN PUN. Rooms l.50 per day and upwards. GEORGE W. SWEENEY. aosiTa.