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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY, MAY Ofi. 1010.
( 1 BRIEF CITY NEWS Uara r.00 Fritu I. ' fclghttaf- Tlxtr snrf M-Ornfl C. Bess 15 ry Cleaning of garments. Twin City Dya Work, 407 South Fifteenth. 4 1850 Kattegat X.if mauraae Co 1H0 VharlMi'K. Ady. Osneral Agant. Omibfc Car aartr Fern camp. Royal Nelgh- ' born of America will give a card party N Thursday evening at Barlght's hall. - Kaka Yoa Barings Increase your sarn iga by becoming a mtmbtr of Netiraaka f ta Ing and Loan Aaa'n. Earns par cant L Vi annum. 102 FarnamA St, Omaha, The X.adlaa ' of tha Emanuel Bifptlat church will hoM a rummage tale next Thursday and Friday at 1U Vinton treet. - I Teachora Oat Bate. Cheap excursion I files 1o Ronton have been announced for I th National Educational association's con vert Ion; which In to bo held July 2 to 8. Churoh Entertainment A Macedonian cntcrialhmcnt In to be given at Harford United 'Brethren 'church, Nineteenth and ' Lothrop atrecU, on Thursday evening un dfr the auxpice of the church choir. Coal Bids Voatponad Owing to strike conditions tha treasury department has In structed Custodian Barrows of the fed- , eral building to postpone the opening of i coal bida for the federal building until Juno to. The dato was first set for May ' ft. .- .. .. . We Ztina Delayed The connecting link t the North Twenty-fourth atreet trolley lino between Cass and Cuming atreeta on Twenty-iorti will not ba built for about tlx weeks, as the work of putting In a re 1 tainlng wall on the Crelghton university bronerty has Interfered with the street a, rallwrty company's plans. . . Thomas Watches Case With Elmer E. Thomas; ' an Interested spectator, Oscar ffalcott's damage suit began Wednesday before Judgo Kennedy In district court, 1 Taleott. 'is ' suing trustees and officials of tliu vllluiia of Valley for false arrest. Th defendants ara Charles W. Rice, C. Her bert Coy. 1.. P. Byers and F. M. Butts, Talcott was arrested charged with sailing of 'lienor, the cases being cutcd ; by Mr. Thomas. Talcott 7.000 will repair the hurl Me , School . Monday ..licularo Illegal prose- thinks have been sent out by Bapei intondent David son to school principals notifying them that there will be no school next Monday, lecora(lon day. . Collections of flowers will ba mads by the pupils of Clifton Hill and Csntral Park schools ; for ; the Spanish American War ..veterans; by the pupils of Bcals, Columbian, . Saunders and Walnut rltlll for the Ladles of the Grand Army of the Republic, and in all other acnoois tor the Women's Relief corps of the Grand Army, Taken Under Advisement The argu in en t s In the matter of an application for an injunction on thenar! of the Missouri Pacific Railway company to restrain the iiayor and city council of Omaha from en .'orcing the, ordinance compelling the Mis sourl Pacific to build a viaduct across its tracks at Fortyflfth street on Dodge street, were concluded Wednesday morn Ing in the United States circuit court, Judge Munger has taken the case under advisement'.' ''The restraining order will continue In force 'until the application for ha Injunction Is finally disposed of. Every mother tnuu:t' know that Cham htrialn's Cough Remedy la perfectly sate. Three Husbands Seeking Divorce ni HI''. : ". (.-; T ! Men Charging Wives with Prejudice Against South Omaha, Assault and Desertion. Gotthllf Beck In his suit for divorce from Mrs. Josephine Beck allege that Mrs. Beck Would not leavs Chicago to' come to reside In Xouth Omaha. Adalebert Steele assarts that Mrs. May SteelO struck him a "stunning blow" be tween the eyes In the presence of a num ber of witnesses, and also relates that Mra. Stele Choked him.. . Herbert. Martin brings suit against Bessie Martin. Cruelty and desertion are tha t'uarges. Mr. Luella Harrison avers that larence Martin fled from her two years ago. Mrs. Olive Ball geta a decree from Frank' Ball, whose cruelty, the court holds, "wounded her feelings so , grievously as to utterly destroy her neace of mind and to erlously Impair her bodily health. Mrs. Bella Maltland geta a deerea from James H. Maftland. HAYDEN BROS. BUY SAMPLE PIANOS Instraments on Kihlblt fit National Plnno Dealers' Convention Drought to Omaha. Richmond. V.,. was tho Mcca ' for piano manufacturers' representatives during the recent meeting of tha National Piano Dealers' association. Piano deal- wa from rJl parts of tho country were TO ba In attendance ' and every manuf ao turer Tins anxious to have the most cred itable showing possible of their Instrtl ments on the ground. - It Is neadlots to say that the very best products : Bf the various manufacturers were shown,- - for the reason that they were theva for closest examination and most rigid testing of expert piano men from all over tha land. After tho exhibition tha manufacturers were willing to sell at a sacrifice rather than return -tba Instruments to the fac tory, and ur, buyer's very lew cah offet for manjtfoa tha lota waa accepted. Tha result whan tha pianos arrive will f bo tha greatest bargain opoprtunltlea In high grada planoa we have yet offered In tuy sale. Watoh papers for further par ticulars and date 'of sola. ' HAYDEN BROS. PLENTY OF BRICK IN SIGHT Fan n la Hears OO.OOO Hare Bets - Shipped and Mora Will Fol low Every Day. Colonel Fanning and tho city engineer's department have received word that 60,000 paving brick were shipped from Oalesburg, III., for Omaha Tuesday. Tho promise ao compsnled the information that 40,000 a day wtf'f t sent forward from now on until kir"l delivered now under contraot. Tha a-hohsole district haa been tied up for ant of brick. , ; . LOW RATE! E.ir Aerooat National Conveatlona. Special; low rates via tha Chicago Northwestern railway, on convenient date luring tha auramef months to Chicago, Milwaukee, ptarv. Saratoga Springs, Ni' a gara Falls, waanington. Near York City. f ttlantlo City. Boston and all points on tha itlantlo aboard, account national eon mentions. Summer tourist ratea dally to all sea tie and mountain resorts In tho east. 'iiiH t connections at Chicago with fast tralj ci.W st. Choice of route. Foijtrw.ttJona apply .to any ticket ageut PEACE RULES AT CITY HALLGun Falls, Man Warring Councilmen Decide to Bury th Hatchet. NIGHT'S SLEEP QUIETS ALL Schraeder Cesrlsdu Committee Glvea Hint by Brseker Is as Good as the Oss lie Had ricked Oat for Himself. After some conference this morning be tween the councilmen concerned and Act ing Mayor Brucker the entente cordlale In the eity council group has been re-established. Councilman Schroeder will be given a place on the Judiciary committee, where he denlres to study into the legal phases of municipal administration. After consider ing the matter over night he has concluded the chalrmanshipjof the committee on tele graph and telephones Is as good as that on railroads and viaducts. Councilman Kugel, who has been a most useful and willing worker as chairman on paving and sewerage, will be continued In that position. Councilman Davis, who has Just returned from his honeymoon, this morning told President Brucker he had no desire to have that committee above any other, and that ha would serve anywhere to keep things smooth and friendly, so he will ba chairman on crosswalks and side walks. Mr. Brucker explains that the whole trouble arose ovtr a shifting of names rr.ado when It was discovered Councilman uavis naa 110 cnairmanshlp. in rearrang ing the committees after this discovery the mlxup occurred, and that anyone was dissatisfied did not appear until Council man senrocaer made Ins kick In open council Tuesday night. This explanation IS accepted by the councilmen and peace reigns under the roof of the city building, Detectives Get Thieving Cook Woman Who Looted Homes of Em ployers Taken Into Custody Along with Loot. Five women whose homes had been rob bed- of various valuables and money visited police station Wednesday morning and Identified Motile Moore as the negress who took positions as coik In their homes and committed the thefts. The woman was arrested Tuesday night by Detectives Dunn, McDonald and Ring after an investigation covering several weeks. A trunk and suitcase, both filled with all sorts of loot, fell Into tha hands of the detectives In connection with the arrest of the negress. Most of the con tents or the trunk and grip were recog nised by the victimised women Wednesday as the property they had lost. Those who identified the negress with a story of how she had passed as "Mandy," an exceptionally good cook, and under that guise robbed her employers were Mrs. R. 8. Wltherow, 620 South Nineteenth street, who loot. Jewell y valued at MO; Mrs. R. G. Bartell, 2110 Douglas street, a purse con taining $106; Mrs. S. Miller, 102 North Eigh teenth street, $2 and gold watch, and Mrs. Bernentall, who was robbed of Jew airy. CRAWF0RDS IN SAD ENGLAND Omaha Feople Write Home of Life London Following; Death of tho Kins. Word camps from London that Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford of this city have been right In the midst of 'things there in this most exciting period of the king's death and funeral, and the visit of former President Roosevelt. Mrs. Crawford writes friends emphasising the very gen eral and sincere mourning over the pass ing of the king, the tremendous pressure to view his body lying in state. For the best seats viewing the cortege, they were asking for single chairs as much as four to five guineas, which would be about 125 In our money. The Crawfords had also arranged to return to Oxford, where they have been atudylng, to be present ajt the lecture by President Roosevelt there and a banquet to be given blm by tha Oxford Americana. . FALLS INTO ELEVATOR SHAFT William R. Wan rath Receives Frio, turo of Skull from Tumble After Misarnlded Step. William R. Wanrath, an employe of the People's store, walked Into a freight ele vator shaft while the elevator was above and, tumbled Into the basement below, fracturing his skull,' Wednesday morning. The Injured man was treated by Dr. Standeven and Lovaland. who removed him to his home, 2S19 Miami street. He will recover. A Breakfast that is a keen a (aaa sYT H I" TheDelWhoIesome Crn Flakes (Toa5ted 1 fi VVV You win be YWA bright and cheerful WF'A ( $ it 1 "The Bert I '"' ' ' llaiiiM ""'' '" IVIllCU uy Lodged in Neck D. J. Whitaker of Council Bluffs is Dead from Wound from Be volver in His Pocket. Bhot In the neck by a revolver which fell from his own pocket, D. J. Whitaker, spe cial officer for tha Burlington at Council Bluffs, died at Mercy hospital Wednesday morning. 1 Whitaker clambered over a pile of tlm- bera in the yardi early In the morning, about I o'clock. His revolver had worked loose In his pocket and fell to the ground, discharging the bill which inflicted a fatal Injury. The dead man leaves a widow and one son. His home was at i7 beventeentn ave nue He was forrr.erly a sergeant on tha Council Bluffs police force and was onca collector of poll tax. . Masourides Case Being Hard Fought Technical Sparring Marks the Open ing, When Lillie Breese Takes the Stand. Tactlcat sparring oC the utmost Impor tance to the cose marked the taking of testimony in the Masourides trial Wednes day morning when as the third witness fur the prosecution, Lillie Breese, was called to the stand. Unlike the direct examination at the' first hearing. County Attorney English ended his questions when the girl had told how she. Officer Lowry, her little brother and the Greek had rounded the corner of Twenty-fourth street on the way to the South Omaha police station. The girl was not called upou to testify as to the shoot ing. On cross-examination the defense at tempted to go into this and was blocked by an objection which the court sustained. Mr. English's motive was this: At the first trial the girl swore she did not know who fired first, the Greek or the officer. "She was too frightened to notice," she said. Whereupon the county attorney In troduced her wltten statement in which she declared the Gieek was the first to fire. Through this attack on the state's own witness came the grant by the su preme court of a new trial. As matters stand t ow, if LlUie Breese is called by the defense and asked about this point the state may cross-examine and at tempt to refute the girl, for she then will be a witness for the defense. Whether the attorneys for the Greek will so call her is not yet certain. Ship Victim Over River to Rob Him Thugs Give John Jacobs Cordial Be ( ception in Omaha, but Strip Him ' in Conncil Bluffs. New friends, aroent drink and a short but eventful Journey from Omaha to Coun cil, iiiuna, terminEHting tn robbery, were the forces In a tragedy which overtook jonn Jacobs, 714 North Eighteenth street on Wednesday morning. jacoos siariea xuesaay afternoon to go to Chicago. lie had $148 in currency, a suit caso full of clothes and a gold watch. Now he has et headache. 'The victim met a pair of strangers on his way to the Union station. They were cordial. In fact, they put him on the train to Chicago and explained how he should get off to transfer at Council Bluffs. They met him near the depot at Council Bluffs with knife and a gun and then robbed him of his possessions. REAL ESTATE MEN TALK LIGHTS DIicum Franchise and Try to Work Ip Enthusiasm Over Trip to Mlnnensolls. At the meeting of the Real Estate ex change Wednesday noon a committee was appointed by President Wead which will try to Inject a little ginger in tho proposed excursion to Minneapolis June 15. when real estate dealars from all over the coun try will meet in convention. s Although a report was not received from' the committee that has the matter of the light franchise In hand a general discussion was carried out and many suggestions were made which will probably be utilised by the committee In iraklng the final report. Death from niood 1'olion was prevented by Q. W. Cloyd, Plunk, Mo., who healed his dangerous wound with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. 25c. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Councilman Schroeder Bisei to Make Remarks. WOULD" IMPRISON . SPEED EES Durmeater Offers Amendment to Mo tor Ordinance Providing for Jail Sentence Resides Fines. Councilman Schroeder stopped tha un official committee meetings about tha council chamber at the meeting last night for a minute. When President Brucker had announced the new committees as printed In The Bee, Schroeder rose and asked when the com mittees were made up. President Brucker replied they were re Vised after the first draft because Schroe der had no chairmanship. This did not satisfy the Ninth ward councilman, who insisted that It had been agreed In caucus he was to be chairman of the committee on railroads and viaducts and have a place on the judiciary com mlttce. Brucker ruled Councilman Schroeder out of order, but he refused to be seated, and proceeded to say: "You told certain persona that because I was In favor of six tickets for a quarter I should not have that committee, didn't you?" "Yes, I said you were an unfair man for that committee,' said the' president. "And this after I had voted for your election?" persisted Schroeder. "You said at one time you would not vote for me," said 1'resldent Brucker. "So I don't sea how you helped me." With a look of astonishment Schroeder exclaimed, "You don't know how I helped you? Well, If you don't, I am willing to sit down." After the Speeder. Councilman Burmeater introduced an amendment to the ordinance to govern the operation of motor vehicles. The amend ment provides that the police judge may, on conviction for violation of the ordinance, inflict both fine and imprisonment. At present a fine Is the only punishment pro vlded for. The ordinance providing for curb and gutter on South Thirteenth atreet, from Vinton street to south city limits, was in troduced and referred to the committee on paving and sewerage. This action Is preparatory to boulevardlng of the atreet by the Park board. Under a resolution introduced by Council man Hummel, and passed, inspectors on brick sewers will hereafter be paid 70 cents an hour, a raise from 62V4 cents, and other Inspectors In the engineer's department are raised from $3 to JJ.50 per day. The In spectors lose pay for wet days or other j days when work Is suspended. Contract for Rvrsen. Peter O. Boysen was awarded the contract for cleaning and painting the street corner rubbish boxes for 88 cents each. These boxes are now owned by the city. Council again passed a resolution direct ing the city attorney to proceed to collect the sum of $1,034.26, the amount of occupa tion tax now due ' from the . Independent Telephone company. This Is the second resolution put on record ' by the council In this matter In the last Blxty days. Coun cilman Johnson questioned tiie need of the second resolution, but It was passed unani mously. ,, ,. , :. The ordinance providing for an occupa tion' tax of S per cent on tft MP" earnings of billboard companies, in addition to the license fee of 125, was passed. . Councilman Funkhouser alone voted against, the ordi nance. ... t ' Work Starts on New 'Phone Line Independent Company Laying Connec tions to South Omaha Switch board There Complete. Work was started Wednesday on the underground conduit of - the Independent Telephone company' line from South Omaha to Omaha. The Omaha -conduit ends at the corner of Twentieth and Center streets. Construction was . started which will lead the cable to Twenty-fifth and A streets, where the connection will be made with tho South Omaha system. It is ex pected that this work will be completed within a week or ten days. Over 25,000 feet of cable will be laid. The work on the underground system In the business district of South Omaha was completed Saturday, two days ahead of scheduled time. About twenty-five tele phones were connected up and put in ser vice. The switchboard at the exchange building was completed and ready to give service to 8,000 'phones. Tha building is completed with the exception of finishing the interior woodwork. Chamberlain's Coue'i ttemedy all tendency toward pneumonia. banian delight "W Ardent Wooing; Wants Divorce Mrs. Ruby Bryan Says Strenuous Lover Led Her to Altar by Unique Route. Mrs. Ruby Bryant had a brief but stren uous courtship according to her petition fur divorce, or more strictly, annullment of her marriage with James Bryant Mrs. iiryani says sne was on iter way to Trinidad, Colo., In November, 1907, and stopped off In La Junta? Colo., for ten hours. Here she made the acquaintance of her husband, "who, from flattery and cajolery, quickly passed to threats against her life' Being young, frail and timid, eh reluctantly consented to marry her stren uous lover, who produced an acid bottle, she says, and a knife, and declared he would kill them both If she did not marry him. And so they wore wed, But Mrs. Bryant has not really liked her husband any bet ter since, and, In spite of alleged threats to kill her If she sought divorce, she has now dona so. TWO ARE OVERCOME , BY GAS Women Found I'neonsrlona front Fumes In Room at Wind or Hotel Will Recover. Two women registered at the Windsor hotel as Mrs. Larsen and Mrs. Johnson of Stromsberg, Neb., were foilil In their room overcome by gas Wednesday morning. They were resuscitated by Dr. Standeven and Dr. Loveland, police surgeons. They will recover. The gas was accidentally turned on. Faultless in every detail. Canadian farms that MUST bound UPWARD within k "twelve month" period. Surroundings, conditions, soil, climate, ABSOLUTELY insure tx MAR VELOUS increase in VALUE. What and Where It ance a genial mild cllmats over Local Men Have Seen It Proof at Office ; tive. Fee whet the notes and pick out much more even BEFORE you've completed paying for it. The man of wealth will not let such a chance go hy the man in ordinary circumstances MUST invest in something similar if he would EVER get ahead. MM TRUNK PACIFIC UM CO, CAPITAL. JAMES C. HUTESON. President Tine Handsomest and Finest Blue In Town bear tire "rVebrasRa" Label "Wo make this statement, expecting to be asked for proof, for no matter how much we can say in their favor, the garments themselves aro tho real and only convincing proof to tho man who wears them. Our Blue Serge Suits aro designed on the most stylish models of this season and are superbly tailored by the best makers we know. They are made of very dark blue, all wool serge fabric, that will neither fade nor change color under the most severe conditions. They're the best we could buy and the best you can buy at their prices ond 'The House of High Merit." Sterling Blue Tubes are built up of four cross-grained layers of Fine Para Rubber and when completed are covered wltn an additional heat resisting blue layer. They are never porou9 and never oxydize, no matter how long you carry them. Initially higher in price ultimately the cheapest tube on earth. Sterling Rubber Works, Rutherford, N. J, For halo by Paxton & Gallagher Co., 10th Street Viaduct, Omaha. 1 ' " u Bnttl Wash., is certainly in tho midst of modern accessability well, beautiful NECHACO VAIA.KY is JLST north of Sealtlein British Columbia betwefn tho CaHoades and the Rocky Mountains. The Canadian government (iUAHANTKKS that In the coume of a yeitr the Grand Trunk I'actttc 11. H. (now building) Will travels tha entice section. THEN watch the values sprout UPWARDS. The most peHslnil3tlo critic of land and values can find NAUGHT AGAINST this Iract it, is favored by nature NKVER needs to ba irrigated it 18 an ideal area for the growing of fruit; for mixed farming for dairy industries. Cats average 80 bushels an acre; wheat 60 bushel; timothy heads 12 Indies long; pea vine, vetch and blue stems to homes' hack. Then. too. there's wild fruit un.T uama in ahnnri. favored by a wurm Japan current one couldn't plan conceive a better land. Successful, thriving business men, bankers, etc., are credited with seeing the PROP KH money making opportunities QUICKLY and SCORKS of well known men of tills sort HAVE bought NECHACO VALLKY land largely and are looking for more. In our office we will show the names of SCORES of VERY prominent bankers, attorneys, business men etc., who have purchased Necharo Valley land LIBERALLY. ' Messrs. Lyslo I. Abbott, attorney, and Leonard W. Schelbel, Nebraska National bank, both of Omaha, have BEEN ON THE GROUND, and, after buying liberally, are MORE than ever enthused over the prospects offered in this Canadian area. Get the opinion of these locul purchasers men you know whom you may trust Implicitly. The United Statea has scarco a "lnt weBt" values are high everywhere one MUST go beyond the borders of our country, to make BIG money SPEEDILY. If one wisttea to make money on a LAND investment. We can not tell the whole fctory of NECHACO VALLEY in one of thexe announcements. Visit our offices see the graphic photo graphs or land, rivers, vegetation, timber, and all -else that makes a virgin soli attrao Canadian Government has to say about this land; inbpect tha government surveyor's field YOUR portion at once. down -per acre secures the very choicest of N echaco Valley farms. The balance ($14) may he paid in SIX annual payments. Your farm will he worth VERY FULLY PAID, $380,000.00 Ksf sranoaa Omaha Bank, Omaha; Dexter, Co., Seattle; National Commerce, Seattle. National liorton a Bank of 10: OfK ; ' y:0" 312 Third Floor New York Life Dldg. of plurtfftrestern Hue.