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THE BKK: OUUIA, '1TESD VY, APRIL Ki, 101,1.
BRIEF CITY NEWS Btao-rlconer Oo Undertakers. Dalltj, the Dentist. City Nat'l. D. JS66. ridellty Storage & Van Co. Dous. 1516. Have Root Print It Now Beacon Press. X-lghtlng; natures repaired and ratio lilted. BurRest-Oranden Co. Douglas SL Oood Plumbing By our figures wo enn save you tnonty. GocmI 1'lumblnR com pany, 716 South Thirteenth. The State Bank of Oman pnys 4 per pent on time deposits. 3 per cent on da Inc accounts. The only bunk In Omaha whoie depositor! ar protected by the depositors' guarantee fund of the state of Nebraska. 17th nnd Harney streets. Ad Club to Banquet Tho Omaha Ad club will meet Tuesday noon at the Pux. ton hotel. After n luncheon there will he a lecture on advertising, the topic belnj; "A Complete Advertising Cam palKn." Tornado Special To help those who are repairing or rebuilding, we will sup ply during April and May, ready mixed paints and v.arnlshc at a discount of M per cent from regular wholesale prices. E. K. Bruce & Co. Murray Inspects Agencies Assistant General Passenger Agent Murray of the Union Pacific has gone on on Inspection trip of nil of the eastern agencies of tho canipunles. Sir. Murray's trip will con aume a month and will toko him to nil of the principal cities of tho cast and south. Charities Heed Cook Stove The As sociated Charities have iiBkcd for tho donation of n cook stovo as they havo received application from a family unable to purchase a stove. This family Is In need and any citizen who can help them by the donation of a stovo Is requested to do so. Burlington Opens New Station The Burlington has opened the station of lucerne on the Powder River branch, Mven miles north of Thermopolls, AVyo. During the spring and summer months this Is expected to be one of the most lm " portant sheep and wool shipping points In Wyoming. Muslk Vereln Secures Building The deed to the First Unitarian church build ing, Seventeenth and Cass streets, has been turned over to the Omaha Muslk Vereln. Tho society will alter the build ing to suit Its own needs, taking posses sion Immediately. Complete plana for the alterations have not been made. Wants Municipal Ownership Endorsed A communication from another city ask ing that tho council of Omaha pass a resolution endorsing tho government ownership of tho telephone and telegraph compalnes of tho country has been re fercd to Mayor Dahlman, who will report back to the council. Plan Dinner for Southgate The. Ne braska association of tho National Local Agents' Association of America will meet today to plan entertainments for John II. Southgato of Charlottsvllle, S. C, newly ejected president of the national organ ization, who will arrive in Omaha Thurs day of this week. There will probably be a dinner at the Homo hotel In his honor. CAPTAIN NATTSON SUFFERS SEVERE NASALHEMORRHAGE Charles Nattson, captain at englno house No. 5, was attacked with nosebleed Sunday afternoon while sitting In tront of tho flro station. Dr. Daniel Leo wan summoned Hnd pronounced It a serious nasal hemorrhage. Nattson was removed to his home, 3514 Jones, street. At ! o'clock he was resting well, although the hemorrhage had not stopped and he ws very weak from loss of blood. an, weary and fcn Out If You Feel Fagged to a Fin ish and Utterly Used Up Here is Quick Relief. TIalf the pooplo you meet complain of weary muscles, stagnant brain. Jangled nerves, and a wonderful dcslro to , lay down and just quit. Most of these people have been using nervines that spasmod ically flare up the nerves only to dlo down Again, as dlo they must. Avoid nerve stimulants. Bear In mind that this worn out feeling Is duo to poor blood, to bacteria In tho wnter you drink; to the multiplying of destructive germs In the blood faster than they can be over come by the white corpuscles; and to what Is known as auto-toxemla, that con dition where tho venous or Impure blood accumulates faster than it can bo re placed by tho red arterial blood. If you feel played out go to any drug store and ask for a bottle of S. S. S., Swift's Sure Specific. Here Is a remedy that gets at work In a twinkling; It Just naturally rushes right Into your blood, scatters germs right and left, up and down and sideways. You feei better at once, not from a itlmulant, not from the action of drugs, but from the rational effect of a natural medicine Just as active and Just as time ly as to a man who has been lost In the mountains. Is about starved i comes across a settlor Just cooking a savory" meal of good honest beef. Do not neglect to get a bottle of S. S. S. to-day. It will make you feel better in Just a few min utes. It is prepared only In the labora tory of The Bwlft Specific Co., 12T Swift BUfr.. Atlanta, Ga. Send for their free book telling of the many strange condl tlons that afflict the human family bj xcason of impoverished blood. lor all conditions ol pain bead aches, neuralgia, rbeumatltm, gout, nervousneaa. Insomnia, etc. take Anti-Kamnla Tahiti. Natattima- font, deprettant or iaoii farmer. Ask Your uruseisi i sr As; Cuttlfr cc lot ud :sc rxiuu MRS. r.ramliauthrr uKd it lor her batiies, M ''.her i.rd it (or her babiei. And now I am Ming it for my taty " So poke the young mother. Three Graeratim. It Soothoi the Child. It Sot.tn the Guirn. It A1UT the Pain. It ReU.vei Wind Colic. And it It the licit Keraedr for Infantile DUrrhora. FaTatlr known and aoll all nrer the world. WIIJSIOW'S SOUTHING SYRUP FOR CHIICBEN , TEElllInC REST FOR RELIEF WORKERS Needs of Tornado Vivtims Supplied; Sunday Given Over to Rest. BUSY WEEK IN SIGHT FOR ALL Work of HrroiiMrnrtlon to ltruln In Knrnrat nnd IlrhntldtnK the Destroyed ltotnea to Be Ilapldly Pushed. One ollceman guarded the stock of joods valued at thousands of dollar nt the central relief station at the Audito rium yesterday and not a relief worlter was nt his or her desk. This was the first day since tho tornado that the re lief workers have not been on the Job. In other words, Sunday was the first breathing spell hundreds of the rullJf workers have had. It was N-causo they thought they had the Immediate and ur gent cues so well cared for that they wcro able to let the work stand for a day. Several hundred requisitions were fined Saturday and tho needs of those In the, afflicted district were well cared for over Sunday. This morning all tho .relief workers will be back on the job Again. The several days of severe rainstorms have been a good thing for tho rollef work, according to P. I. Klllok, assistant director of relief. Ho admits that this may bo a peculiar way to view tho mat ter, but says It has given the people several days to sit by their stoves and collect their wits. Can Sforr Tnlk Dullness. "Wo can talk sense and business to them now when they come In," Elllck said. "They havo had time to sit down and think thlngn ovor. They have col lected their wits nnd now when thuv come In they know wnat they want They know what tlioy have loet and they know what their immediate, necessities are. Before tho rains came, people flocked In on us and didn't know what they wanted. They talked incoherently and In a confused way, anil it wan Hi ways hard to gt at exactly the essen tial facts In the cuae and decide what was the thing to do for them first." This will be a week of energetic build ing In the tornado swept district. It Is expected that over fifty carpenters w!P. report for duty this morning to the con struction commlttuo. They will be di vided Into squads or teams of five men each and will be placed In the field to rebuild and repair homes that have beei recommended for construction by the re lief committee' Aliout forty cases havo already been recommendfd by the rolif committee: that is, the relief committee will pay for the lumber and the carpenter work on this number of. buildings. Admiration Given Citizens of Omaha For Their Courage Mel Trotter of Gramd Ttaplds, Mich., missionary worker, toJId an audience or men and women at the Young Men's Christian association bulldlnd that Omaha's messageto -the world that in this hour of trlaC it would stand alone and care for its sufferers had won the admiration of all. Inspired confidence and bound It as friend to friend with every city. "I have been over your tornado dis trict," he said , during his sermon. "It Is In an awful condition. 1 saw an old man who lost everything he had nd who believes ho is too old to begin over again, looking sorrowfully' at tho wreck of his home. "And I said, you don't need a Billy Sunday here, nor a Gipsy Smith, for this thing has put tho fear of the Lord in the people's heart and If we work right we can help many to look more cheerfully on life, Insplro them with hope and give them help." Speaking of tho ruin wrought by wind and flood during the last month, Mr. Trotter pointed to tho fact that frater nities had done mora to help sufferers than the church. 'Fraternities never sprang up," he de clared, "Until the church wont down. When the churches do their duty we will have no more use for the fraternities. I want to see the church stiffen up Its back and help. "The problem of this town now Is not the reconstruction of the wrecked homes, but getting tho people on their knees, and then they will havo the right spirit and will rebuild their homes. "Remember, too, when you're doing good deeds that the brightest light does not show tho lamp. What Is needed Is a mission that will help put the love of Jesus In men's minds." Mr. Trotter took his text from the ut terance of Obadlah. governor of King Ahab, who had "served the Lord since his youth." He attacked hypocrisy and cant and creed, asking that we have no "law except the law of love and no creed but Christ." "There Is no difference between high tone and low-tone Bin," he said, "because it's alt rotten. I'd Just as soon go to hell drunk as sober. I'm glad to see you're cleaning up things here. T notice a bunch of high-tone geezers were caught in a raid last night. Let them have it." What he"" wanted, Mr. Trotter ex plained, was for tho men who had served the Lord before they camo to Omaha to return to their earlier virtue. "Mn go from bad to worse. And there are crooks, who associate with a man of known honesty and soon the people say he cun't be a crook because he associates with that man. Don't be lieve it "But let me tell you. When men ac tually love Josus they can live In Omaha or Lincoln with politicians and do good wpjk, but they must have in their hearts the fear of the Lord." Mr. Trotter asked for donations for the Union Gospel mission, saying he knew that many were broke and others had helped all they could afford In relieving tornado sufferers, but the mission would appreciate any donation. A comparatively largo subscription was received. Mr. Trotter spoke in the morning at the First Presbyterian and in the evening at a union meeting at the North Presbyter Ian church. Advices that Funds Be Sent to Omaha Edward L. Merrill, at one time a re dent of Omaha and editor of the o'd Herald, In a communication to the Illi nois Etato Register, published In Hprtng- , field, III., where he now resides, suggest that while funds and relief stores are J being- sent to the flooded districts of Ohio ,.nd I:.U'una. trie tornaao victims or tn r -.t., hcu-d be remembered Key to the Situation Bee Advertising Police Resent Having Force Cut Down to Twelve Men ($B "what wttLD It. ecs Tr'ihV -, VsCBia dLconc er iMe "'rlr J,-- 1 sfflrxH'tp Q'L- I rTvA W jjff ' rt4t tvr rat v What would happen If Omaha had only twelvo policemen? If you could only have listened to tho discussion of the question at midnight yesterday In pollco hcadquurtcrea Just before patrolomen's roll coll, tho question would be solved fyr you and would bo ahed sundry laughs and thrills. "Ono thing that would happen." chimed In ono 200 pounder, "Is thut the bum Joke smiths In town would die of starvation." "Ye-ah," added another '2cwt,' but ouch of the twelve would be a harness bull, a sergeant, detective and nontenant, all rolled into one," "That's all that guy thinks or." ex citedly exclaimed a thin officer, nudging a comrade ns he pointed to tho last speaker. "Ho wants to bo a sergeant so he can hike off to a warm flrehouse and go to sleep all the time." (Business of scuffling, not prlntnbln fabric mastication, etc., beforo discus sion resumes). "Suppose tho chiefs brother's college chum's sister got married and thero'd be no bull to stand watch In tho kitchen. COLLECTS BOXJF APPAREL Cousin of Omaha Man Takes Joke Seriously and Sends Clothes. RECEIVE OTHER DONATIONS Cities from All Over the Country Blnkc Up Shipments of ClotliliiK nnd Fond nnd Forward to Torando Victim. "You are now a member of the relief committee." was what Miss Anna I. JDoyle, In charge of the silk department in tho Decrlng department store, Chcstor, Pa., read when she opened a letter from her cousin, M. J. Greevy of Omaha. Mr. Greevy wrote her an account of tho tor nado and sent her as a souvenir a pass card, and then Just for fun told her it mado her a member of the relief com mittee. She took It seriously. She men tioned tho situation to tho clerks in the various departments of the store and In a short tlmo collected a lot of clothing. Tho box has arrived at the Auditorium. It contained women's and children's un derclothing, waists, skirts and stockings, all of the very best grade. Other Donations. The Omaha Van and Storage comjiany donated quite a collection of household goods, including washing machines, "beds, springs, mattresses, linoleum, kitchen table, cook stove, hard coal heater, rugs. sanitary couch, dining table, waahboller, dishes, rockers, chairs, dresser, etc. A car from J. E. Hugg of Humphrey arrived Saturday containing 315 Backs of flour, six sacks of corn meal, forty-five bundles of clothing, four cans of laid. fifteen sacks of potatoes, threo and one- half caes of eggs and a roll of butter. Other donations received wcrw from Genoa, Neb.. 1 box; Primrose. reu.. 1 box; Cortland, Neb., 1 sock; Dallas, S D., 1 package: Oakland, Neb., 1 box. Bloominston, HI.. 1 bale cloth; Malmo. Neb., 1 box. Fort Morgan. Ala., 2 bosos. Plattsmouth. Neb.. 1 box; McPaul, la., 1 box; Sweetwater, Ne.; 1 box. Tornado Produces Shock That Causes Death of Mother Rock Mother M. Rock, abbess of the con vent of the Catholic order of Poor Claire, Twenty-ninth and Hamilton streets, died at St. Joseph's hospital yesterday afternoon, aged H years. The death of Mother Rock Is attributed to the shock following the tornado of threo weeks ago. She had been In fairly good health up to that time, but Immediately thereafter her nervous system broke and medical skill was unavailing In restor- tng her to her normal condition. The abbess had been at BU Joseph's hospital several days na failed con stantly. The funeral will be held In tho convent chapel Wednesday morning nnd tho body will be temporarily placed In the receiving vault. So far as known, Mother Rock had no relatives In this country. Sho was born in Ireland and came to America when a child. She took tho veil and became a member of the order of Poor Claire many years ago and had been a resident of Omaha since the establishment of the convent; thirty years ago, having come here with Mother Constant, abbesa, who died in January. 1801. It Excursion Train Wrecked; Fifteen Hurt, Seven Dead MONTREAL, April 14. Seven ptrsons are dead and fifteen wero Injured ai Ha re mi It of the derailment of an excursion train this afternoon on the Mont'eit' Chambly branch of tho Contral Vermou railway, about four and a half mile o'd of b't. Lambert. Tho train was carrying about 700 pa tensers, who had taken advantage of thj free trip given by a real estate firm to prospective purchasers of lots at Albanl subdivision, and wan returning to Moi treal at a speed of between twenty and thirty miles an hour, wlun from som cause as yet unknown the engine and tho first three coaches left the track. Tile teltitcnplng of the ends of thu de railed coaches caused most of the fa talities, nearly all of whleh occurred Hi the first two cars. Escaping ateam from the bollor of tho locomotive, which was throAli over on Its aide, filled the eoaches and hampered the punfcctrjers In ' escaping. I The passengers fipin the f,ther cui's. I formed a retcue brigade and worl.d ImrJ I tn extricate the dead and injured from What then? I guess they'd miss us," wrathfully exclaimed one of thq "finest" ns ho selected a olgar from sovoral con cealed In his helmet. "Or tho guy that started this tnlk owned the ball team. Come opening day. and there wouldn't be any uniformed pollco to lead tho (street parade, and then tho national game would he Jlnxert," grumbled a long legged "peeler" whose portlculnr specialty Is walking In parades. Tho discussion lagged for a moment. Bonieono suggfsted that Omaha police men renlly do not need clubs. "What tako our switches hwhv from us? Why tho l-l-Idoo-n!" Followed by a rapid flro Jangtn of talk, from which snatches of reasoning rlcochoted. " they maintain our equilibrium," " to throw at dogs and ": " for moral suasion In casi of reslstati ." "Club complete tho poetry of our motion when wo walk ." Oh, yes, one Henry Olnrlch started something when ho picked out the pollco department ns a starting point In reform ing Omaha. tho wreekngc. Their efforts were fruit loss In the case of some of the victims, whoso bodies were so firmly wudgod In the shattered remains of the coaches that It took a wrecking crew hours to re lease them. Eeturn Thanks for Having Been Spared Thnnksigvlng services -wero held at Kountzo Memorial church Sunday when the escape of tho congrcgntlou nnd the church from Injury and Iobs by the tor nado was commemorated In grateful prayers and special ceremony. No mem ber of the church was Injured In the tor nado of KaHter Sunday and few suffered property loss. Itcv. Mr. Baltxly having offered thanks that tho church and Its people hnd been spared, took occasion to say: "It Is to bo deplored thnt some persons who nro teachers and Instructors of tho young should think, much less allow themselves to say. that the hand of God was not In the wind." Tho pastor quoted precedents dating from the world's youth for the holding of thanksgiving services following de liverance from great catastrophes. "Let iih bo thankful." he said, "that It was the tornado which struck Omaha and not the floods which devastated Ohio. Wo should be grateful that this city was not swept by flro after tho tornado." He re buked persons who went through the tor nado district Jesting and laughing at tho results of tho storm. ,mmmmm& ' . jmmm&mw 5RS--st fU-awu ' imus i : wllilfeikw-. , -Slat . :ir r3 b , . cdS-::, fl rri:: HI Telephone Douglas 79 A 1479 XSjtSg? LT 1307 Leavenworth Omaha, Nebr. VgijjyV j fcr. Bishop Scannell Discusses Illness of Pope Pius Bishop Scannell. Catholic bishop of Omaha. Is closely watching tho dls patches telling of the condition of Pope litis X. The bishop Is inclined to be optimistic as to the final outcome of the Illness, thinking that tho news cabled front Koine may be somewhat exagger ated. In thli connection, however, Bishop !ennm'll paid tv compliment to the ar ciirncy of the reports ont out by the Associated Press. "1 am acquainted with the man In chargo of thf Home office of tho Associated Press." said he. "nnd he Is an able person. He has access to the Vatican." The lust occasion on which Bishop Bcaimell was received In nmllence by the popo was In January. 1P09. He com mented on tho fact that tho popo then appeared robust being n man of medium height and strongly tiullt. Tho popo's condition Is considered more serious beCHUe of his advanced nge. The college of cardlunU, for tho most part. Is composed of old men. Twenty seven cardinals are past TO years of nge; twenty-two others arc past 00; ton others aro pust to and one Is under f. "Tho death of the pope." snld tho bishop, "may be oompnrcd to thnt of n king, though of greater international Importance in respect to the manner In which the work goes on through tho suc cession of a now ruler." Bishop Scannell will leave today for Cheyenne, wjiere he will Httend the con secration of Bishop Duffy, bishop of tho new dloceso of Kearney, to bo hald Wednesday. Bishop Duffy was elected last your. lie will be Installed In Kear ney next week. Archbishop Keane of Duhiiqtlo will be ronsecrutor and Bishop Dowllng of Dae Molnos wilt prench. Prisoners in Raid Released on Bond Every one of the IN) prisoners taken by tho pollco Saturday night In sop hatlonal raids on -five chop suoy caTes and n cheap undurworld hotel, wore re leased on bands within a dozen hours after their arrest. Many obtained their releitso Immediately after being "booked" nt headquarters, but others remained In the cells until friends could raise bond money for them. In the majority of enscs, tho bond for prisoners was only $10, but for somo of the notorious characters taken. Captain Holt fold demanded n larger amount. The keepers wcro all released upon bonds of JI0O each. Scores of prisoners taken in tho raids on the chop suey parlors were indignant when brought to headquarters. They said that they wero not drinking, but camn there only for some of the Chinese dellcnrtos. A number of traveling men nnd theatrical folk, the police admit, wero only eating In the place nnd were Innocent of tho fact that liquor was being sold In deflonce of the law. However, the fact remained that liquor being sold illegally mado the cafo a "disorderly place" nnd everyone therein nn "Inmate." All of the prisoners, as they were re. leased, were Instructed to appear In pollco court this morning. MR. BRYAN REMEMBERS TO GIVE HOWARD TITLE COLUMBUS, Neb.. April ll.-(Speclal -Though tho new democratic regime prides Itself on Its democracy and balds ePh man tho equal of his neighbor, vet William Jennings Bryan wns the first' o bestou a title. Kdgar Howard was the recipient. At the March birthday Imnqtiet nt Uncoln fur Mr Bryan, the latter In aeknowl. edging Introductory remarks referred u Toastmnster Howard ns tho "poet laure ate." Mr. Howard has received from Wash ington a parchment certifying to all mo i that "Kdgar Howard of Columbus, Neb., h"i been appointed tnnfctmastcr laureate f the United States ot America ml lib itum." Tho document Is dated at Washington, April i. and bears tho signature of thj now secretary of state. ECONOMIC LEAGUE TO MEET TUESDAY EVENING The series of talks that are being given by tho city commissioners lieforo thr Economic league will ctose Tuesday evening whtm Commissioner Dan M. Butler will address the nssemhty upon the workings and needs of tho department of accounts anil finance. Another meeting will be held Aprlt 2i, When methods of taxation to pro vide adequate funds will be considered. W. 1 Baxter will make a suggestion along these lines and the leaguo has ox tended nn Invitation to nnyono having Ideas for a new plan of providing ad ditional financed. I it Mr. Butler's ad dress he will go Into tho city's finances, telling how they are raised, distributed and spent. lllllTIIS AND llUA'PllN. Births Kdward and Jennlo Bernard, S3 IS Davenport, girl; Kuril and Julia Kuchs, 1561 North Sixteenth, girl; Hen ben and Susanna Keror, 1S22 North Nine teenth, girl; Hdrry and Ilurbam Freeman; i;U0 South Twelfth, girl; Dick and Nun Haines, 1760 South Nineteenth, girl, J, H. nnd Amy MeCornilck, 2773 Hurt, boy; Ben and Bophla Itochstoln, 1S32 South Twelfth, girl. Deaths Anna Iluu. 49 years, 3123 Loav enworth; Lester Davis, 1," years, 210 North Thirteenth; Irma Hoffman, 41 years, fl03 North Eighteenth; Bertha K. Christiansen, lfl years, T,26 Canidou ave nuo. Mury K. Nelson, CI years, 2.104 North Twenty-sixth; Anna Posposhll, 63 years, BI10 North forty-fifth; Wlnlfrsd B. Cherry, 31 years, 26T Jivtuis; John Behren, 31 years, hospital; John Barley, 10 years,, hospital. , MAHUIAtSE LlCF.NSKS. Permits to wvd havo been granted the following couples; Name ana Aaaress, Iltoy V. Bchmlts, Lincoln Pauline l. Baiidolph, Uncoln...., KrutiUsek Lusnk, South Omaha.. Mary Laslk, South Omaha Vano E. Hall. Omaha. Ago. ... 31! ...19 ... K ... 51 .11 Bcsslo A. Bryant, Omaha 2S Louis Kollup, Omaha 40 Julia Schmidt, Omaha 23 Anton Prospoell, South -Omaha.... 23 Antnnlu Vaoek, South Omnha 21 Josso MozIiiko, Maryvlllr, Mo 27 Margaret Glllla, Omaha 24 Mathlas Uolzapfnl, Omaha 23 Mary Theller, Omaha 21 Chorlfs Busch, Kansas City.... 12 Kelsall Semlngton, Omalia 30 BUILDING I'ISIIMITH. Oeorgo Warren Smith, 318-21-25 South Twelfth, brick store, yj.000; Joseph Pecha. 2002 Cahtellar. framn dwelling, 11,400; P. O. Pratt, 2405 Brown, frame dwelling, 3,000. Happy, Happy, Use TfiZ A Mnrvcl for Sore Feet. Acta ItlHht Off. 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