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HE OMAHA SCNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 24. 1912.
PETERSEN WILL QUESTIONED i , ..TrT 5 I' 5 r f Opponents in Case Attempt to Show Instrument is Fraud. HANDWRITING IS EXAMINED Al Time Pnrpoiirit 'Will Wnn Matte Itnstmnd anil Wife Were Sepa rated and She Was Snlna for Kit Abolne Dlmroe, With hi wife ruing h!m for divorce, and by order of court restraining him from visiting tholr home, a mn would rot make a will bequeathing her $10,000. nearly one-third of his wealth. On this proposition hdrs-ftt-law of the lt Soren T. Petersen, retired real estate dealer who lived In the north part of the city, arc seeking to break a pur ported will of Petersen. The will wo filed In county court by Mrs. Kmma retewn, the third wife of the decedent. Attorney!" for the opponents of tho will examined Mrs. retersen on the wit ness stand for an hour to see If her errors In spoiling corresponded with similar errors In the purported will. In some canes they did; In others they did not Principal opponents of the will are Mrs, I-ona McCutelieon of Cattron, Ore.; Mrs. Lillian Deltrlch of Portland, Ore,, nd IveTloy T. Petersen of Omaha, chil dren by a former wife. There are about eighteen other hetrs-at-law who aro In terested In the attempt to throw out the will Petersen died, supposedly Intesstote, In August this year. A month later Mrs. Petersen produced the purported will. The wll was dated In Autrust, 1910, at which time Petersen was under an order restraining him from visiting the home of himself and his wife. Mrs. Petersen says he did visit there, despite the order, Petersen's first wife died; he was separated from his second by divorce. Ills third wife waa his housekeeper; then she became his common law wife. Later sho sued him for divorce, but a reconciliation waa effected and they were civilly married in Council Bluffs. Btlll later. In August, 1910, Mrs. Petersen com menced a new divorce action and .secured a restraining order. Tho divorce suit till was ponding when Petersen died. Action of opponents of the will In ex amining Mrs. Tetersen as to her own impelling indicated that efforts may be made to show she drew the will. PERSONAL jARAGRAPHS. Balph H. Moody of Chicago la In the city on business. Ed Arnold leaves tonight for a two weeks visit with slstors In Colorado' and Kansas. He will first go to Burlington, Colo., thence t6 Marlon, Morton and Hia watha, Kan. tirnUnn nt the lintels, If J. Miller and family of Baisett, O. E. Waring of Chester, James Oallavanof Wahoo, Warren Classon of Norfolk, P. K Walsh of Humboldt, rt. W. Cahey of Lexington and C. M. Uuck of Aurora are at the Henshaw. P. J, Pesham of O'NIolI, Charles Peter non of Fullcrton, W, M. Outtell of But ton and W. H. nea of Lincoln are guests of the Paxton. 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The rrrular xl.00 alia nf triim., a.i tone Wafers are for sale In Omaha at nncrman a jicuonnen urug Co., 102 So ICtb Kt., 24th and Farnam; Owl Drug Co. 924 Ho. nth St; Ileaton Drug Co, lEot "Farnam St, Loyal Pharmacy, 207 No. 16th i., jue.i urug ua, iijo rarnatn St. 2o Ire boxea from druggist. Has Taught Omaha to Dance An Important and successful factor In the building up of the social and artistic life In Omaha is Wlllard K. Chambers, who Is completing his thirtieth year as a dancing master and teacher, Twenty five of these years have found Mr, Cham bers teaching the nrt of gracefulness to the eUto of this city. Mr. Chambers has been the central fig ure In the Omaha dance world. To him Is given the credit of teaching between 30,000 and 0,000 students since his advent Into Omaha In 1M7. During one season he teaches on an average of z,000 persons, When Mr. Chambers came to Omaha he established himself as a teacher of society dancing and today Ik recognized an one of the leading dancing masters of the world. Ills first claas work In Omaha was mostly In a private way. In 1903 he built 'and opened Chambers' academy at Twenty-fifth and Farnam streets and since that time the institution ha become an important factor in the social Ufa of Omaha. Not only does the little dancing master teach society dances, also that of stage dancing. In his time ho has developed many of his students Into successful the atrical people, some of whom are taking leading part on tho stage. Mr. Chambers takes Justifiable pride In the fact that he lias, always striven for moral elevation of dancing. Ho Is op posed to fads In dancing and has always tought nothing but the most proper and artistic steps to three generations grand parents, parents and grandchildren. Ho has operated his academy In a progres sive style. He has been a student and still claims to be a student. Ho asserts that It Is Impossible to learn all there Is to dancing. So well Is the Omaha dancing maater looked upon by members of his profession that he has been made vice president of the American Association of Masters of Dancing, and district chairman of the same association. A few months ago Mr. Chambers leased the Metropolitan club building for a period of ten years, nnd rqmodeled it at a great expense, the swimming poot alono costing DEATH ENDS LOYE MISSION Mrs. Atkisson Expires While Travel ing to Husband's Bedside. FEAR CAUSES HEART FAILURE Wife of Prominent Itnllroml Itultder Wna n Pioneer of This City and Win I.oiirt Prominent In C'lmrch Circles. While traveling In Iowa to be at the bedside of her husband who is stricken with heart trouble, Mrs. J, P. Atkisson of 1903 Emmet street, Omahn, succumbed Friday afternoon to the same disease In n hotel at Osceola. The Atkisson family is one of tho oldest and best known In tho city, Mr. Atkisson Is a railroad builder nnd lma been engaged In tho business for , ninny years. Ho has a contract at Cory- (ion una wniio engagod thoro he wus striken with heart failure. His condi tion is sucn that grave fears were felt and his wife left Friday to be at hl bedside. Uicllpmriii! OTerrnniea Her. She hod proceeded as far as Osceola, where she wa to have changed cars for Corydpn. The excitement of the trip and the fears she felt tor her husband and affected her heart seriously. She was unable to transfer for Corydon at this point on account of nor weakened condl- I tlon and sho waa token to a hotel, Phyel ' clans "were called, but she- was so weak 1 by this time that nothing could be done ! for her. She died at 3 o'clock p. m. Tho body arrives rrom Osceola . this afternoon at 3:C5 o'clock, and It Is plan ned to conduct the funeral at tho resi dence Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The service will bo conducted by Ttov. J. Bcott Kbersole, pastor of Immanuel Baptist church, Twenty-fourth and Plnk noy streets. Mrs, Atkisson was ono of the oldest and best known women In this congregation. She win an ardent and earnest church worker, leading In many kindly acts. At ono time she had placed In the church a memorial window dedicated to her only daughter, who pre ceded her in death. TJho only Immediate survivors are the husband and son, M. a Atkisson, who has been associated With his father In rail road building for a number of yearn. Constable is Modest in a Corset Shop Constable IL D. Pier son served a sum mons under difficulties Saturday morn ing. Thero went no difficulties except his modesty, but that was so strong oa to keep htm watting the greater part of the forenoon in a corset shop on South Seventeenth street while the proprletrefs was fitting corset to customers behind a screen. Sho saw him when he catno In hut paid llttlo attention, doubtless feeling assured sho wae losing no business In slighting him. as a man could hnrdlr expect to tie u customer In such n shop. After a long tlmo she had a moment to spare. She stepped un to the constable and sold: "U'a very ungentlemanly In you, a man, to ait here for over and hour gawking, at .mo and my customers while I was fitting corsets." The constable explained his business and served his summons on her com manding her to appear before the justice of the peace to pay a bill for advertls. Ing, The constable begged her pardon for seeming to stare, and explained to her that he did not mean to be looking and besides the screen precluded all views, Then he explained to her that had she cpme out at once and allowed him to serve, the summons sho would not have had the further embarrassment of hla presence. HARVESTER DEFENSE SCORES IN TESTIMONY OF WITNESS CuTrCAOO, Nov. . Counsel for the International Harvester company scored on one of the government's witnesses today at the ppenlng session of the re sumed hearings in the federal suit to dissolve the harvester company. Paul V. Mtddlekuff, president of the Acme Harvesting Machine company of Peoria, 111., said to be onu of the chlof competitors of the alleged trust, ad mitted under cross-examination that the output of his company had Increased steadily for the last four years. Key to the Situation E Advtr Using, j "W.e.ohaixdehs over .000. In this commodious building he has established the Metropolitan Con sorvatory of Clawlcs, of which he la president. Within a few months Mr, Chambers will again branch out He Is contemplating tho erection of another academy on West Knrnnm street which will be far moro modern thnn the building on Twenty-fifth street, which Is to be larger than tho pres ent building. GAIN IN NEBRASKA CORN CROP Yield Per Acre Six Bushels Greater Than Last Year. PUBLICITY BUREAU GETS CREDIT Secrelnry of Ilnrnl I.lfe Connrress KlKiirrs Additional Yield Menna Nearly rclKliteen anil n Half Millions of Hollars. The 1912 corn crop of Nebraska has shown a gain of six bushels per acre over the yield of 1911, which Is credited by Frank O. Odell, secretary of the ltural Life congress, to the seed corn campaign Inaugurated by the publicity bureau of tho Omaha Commercial club. From f,07G,Or.7 acres this year there was a yield of 101,376.780 bushels. From C,I18, 03G ncrea In 1911 the yield was 133.100,305 bushels, a gain of 31,000,000 bushels un 112,000 fewer ncrcs. This gain, nt CO cents, a bushel, which Is a very low appralHcment. amounts to 118,223,000. This amount, Odell figures, won the valuo of the seed corn. BRIEF CITY NEWS Btaok-ralconer Co., Undertakers, lighting Fixtures, Bnrgess-Oranden Oo, Have aoot Print It Now Deacon Press. Ballsy, the Dentist, City Nat'l. D. 25C6. O. A. xanaqutst, tailor. 335 Paxton Elk. Diamond Loans at 2 and G per cont W. C. Flutuu, 1614 Dodge St. Ited 5619. S Xtoscoe for low rutos on diamond and watch loans. 1522 Dodge. Advor tiseinent. ffor Wage Darners tho Nebraska Sav ings and Loan Ass'n. offers the safest and best plan of saving. ltiOG Farnam street. Tracy Buys on Wirt Street A. It. Tracy has invested 215,000 In a homo on Wirt street, between Twenty-first nnd Twenty-second streets, in Kountxe Place. The purchase was made from O. II Cornelius. To Dlseuss Single Tax William F. Ilaxtcr will address Unity Fellowship at tho First Unitarian church, Seventeenth and Cass streets, Sunday evening, Do cember 1, nt 8;30 on "Tho Principles of tho 8lngle Tax." Omaha ram Abroad Charles Ileaton of the Ak-Sar-Den board of governors, who Is on his wedding trip enroute to Hawaii, has written to Ak-Sar-I3en head- Quartors that the Ak-Sar-Den parades confront him in moving pictures every place he has stopped. Several western cities, he says, have shown them. Diets Bays on Harney street Oould Diets has purchased the lot east of the old Jewish synagogue near Twenty fourth and Harney streets. The property was brought from II. H. Kennedy through the Oneanta Investment company, Dlets'H holding company, for SG.500. It fronts 00 feet on Harney street nnd la 152 feet deep. Aldrlch Unable to Speak Governor Chester H. Aldrlch, who was expected to address the commercial law class and their friends at theYoung Men's Chris tian association on Tuesday, November St, on tho subject, 'The Executive De partment of Our Government," Is unable to be present on account of the pressure of duties at the office. His place will be filled by a man to be chosen, announce ment of which will be made later. Pined for Obscenity Frank Ilenlsh was fined $10 and costs by Acting Police Magistrate Hrltt for using loud and vile language on a Sherman avenue car. Ilen lsh boarded the car Thursday morning near Hpruce street and cursed the con ductor and all the occupants of the car without any provocation. The conductor remonstarted with Benlsh, but It only tended to Increase his flow of abusive words. He pleaded guilty to the charge In police court. TWO MILLIONS REALIZED IN SALE OF HOE LIBRARY NRW YOHK. KoV. 23. -The greatest auc tion sale of books the world has ever known came to an end here tonight with the last of the offerings from the library of tho late Hobort Hoe. The sal, begun more than a year and a half ago and di vided Into four sections, fell but little short of the tiO,000 which It was esti mated the famous library would briny. The total when the last book was disposed f tonight waa ll.moaa.eQ, PLAYER THANKSGIVING SALE $500 This is a high grade Player Piano, fully the equal of any $500 value on the market. Plays the 88- note rolls of any make, and includes all the modern attach ments for producing perfect musical expression; melody buttons, controlling base and treble separately; also the loud or sustaining- pedal of the piano at will, Guaranteed by the factory as well as by us. While this sale is on we would call your attention to other extraordinary values: One $1,050 Player Piano, second-hand $450 Including Twenty-five Rolls of Music Free. We welcome a call from you, whether you purchase or not, and will take' pleasure in showing you our entire line of Player Pianos, including the famous Angelus line, Milton & Colby. HAYDEN BROS. 9 DOCTORS ENGAGE IN A TILT Connell and Kolovtchiner Disagree Over Case of Diphtheria. HEALTH ORDERS ARE VIOLATED Connell Accuses President Holovt chlnetr of llnvlnir Permitted tlu) Itemovnl of (luarantlne Without Orders. Health Commlsaloncr Connell alleges that tho superintendent of schools, thf president of the Hoard of Education and tho principal of Franklin school have per mitted children who wore exposed to diphtheria and Isolated to return to the school without permits .from tho health department. Superintendent Graff, Dr. Connell and Principal Anno 13. Hutchlns hold a con ference all forenoon. Dr, Connell said the general health of the city was threat ened hy such negligence and declared prosecution would follow any similar ac tion again. Dr. Connell and Dr. K. Holoytchlner, president of the Hoard of Education, have disagreed nnd quarreled repeatedly over tho contagious disease situation In the schools, the health commissioner charging that the school officials have broken his Wild Bill" Brennan Jumps From Prep to Varsity Team rrom tile Crallflltinr High, sellout Uaim to the Crelshton iml-rsltr tcam In one sra oou Is the noalevemeat of "Wild Dill" Urentstii the K-yrar-uM yotith wfco Is altttnatiux at left end with Hailer oct the Crvlghtun vuzatty foot bail team. Urrtnnau plaml halfback on tho Clrcgh- ton High school teim lost year and his great work gave evidence of good varsity material. A dislocated hip prevented him from playing out the season. When he Joined the Cxelghton vareity team this year Coaoh Miller saw the possibilities of a great end In the lad. He was accord ingly tried at that position and made good at the outset. Hrennan has had to fight it out with the veteran Haller all year. but Injuries to the latter have enabled ( him to show his worth and ne nas pinyed In overy game this year; Ilrennnn lias. In splto of his youth and the fact that he only weighs 153 pounds, wirned for himself the reputation of being the roughest player on the squad. In the guinea he hus shown great ability In cap turing forward posses. If he gets the tips of his fingers on the boll he never falls to hold it, and once in his possession the ball Is destined to take a long Journey. Brennan has pcored three touchdowns In the last two gomes, all being the result of catching forward passes and racing by the opposing tacklers, Brcnnan's classmates in fourth high B think so much of his prowess on the grid iron that the whole class assembled re cently and presented him with a Crf Igh- J ton watch fob and pin. Bronnan's home U In Yankton, 8. D., and he took great delight In spoiling th J plays of the Yankton team when tney played here this year. PLAYER PIANO One $700 Player Piano Sample $500 One $500 Player Organ second-hand $40 orders, or that parents of children under quarantine have been permitted ,to take down the quarantine without protest from Dr. Ilolovtchlner. Holovtchlner declared he knew nothing of tho Franklin school caso and did not participate In tho conference. The prin cipal of tho school submitted a list of tho pupils who had returned to school without permits and over these names the disagreement occurred. South Omaha Has . Strong Competitor South Omaha will have a strong com petitor In a few years as a live stock mar ket In some of tho Pacific coast cltleu, according to Kd Conwoll of Opal, WTyo., who was In Omahu with two carloads of cattle from tho Green lUver country of Wyoming. 'The buyers from Portland, Seattle and the coast towns of California," Bald Mr. Conwell, "are thick in our part of tne country all through tho shipping season buying cattle and shipping them to tho coast. We like the South Omaha market, but the fact that these fellows buy the dittle right on th"o' hoof off tho range npd without causing us the trouble of loading and shipping them ourselves Is a. point that Is causing thousands of these cattle to go to the west coast now In stead of coming here," mi ib .... i PIANO $290 One $250 Outside Player second-hand $3S HOW I ENLARGED MY BUST SIX INCHES IN THIRTY DAYS. After I had tried Pills, Massage, Wooden Cups, and Various Advertised Preparations without the slightest results. A Simple, Easy Method which any lady can use at home and quickly obtain a large and beautiful bust Jiy MAKGAHETTE MI3KLA1X. 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