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THE BEE: OMAHA, tTUESDAY, MAY 20, 1013.
iONE JURYMAN HOLDS OUT o OX & He Disagrees with All the Best in a Heavy Damage Suit. WAS SUCCESSFULLY CHALLENGED By MELLIFIOIA. Monday, May 19, 1913. THE concert given by Max Landow at the Brandols theater for the benefit of the. Sacred Heart academy is already an assured finan cial success. The theater has been donated by a prominent busi ness man and alt of the boxes and seats on the lower floor were Eold several days in advance. Miss Stella Hamilton, Mrs. W. G. Colling and Mrs. MacMlllan Harding, alumnae of Sacred Heart, have had chargo of the tickets and have been unusually successful. Mr. Landow has arranged an unusually interesting program, assisted by Martin W. Bush. The upper boxes will bo occupied by the Sacred Heart alumnae and Oroighton Qlee club. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Crofoot will entertain at one of the box parties, when their guests will be Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Cowglll, Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Page, Mrs. E. W. Nash and Mrs. C. B. Ilustln. Dr. and Mrs. James T. Kinsler will have in their box Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Kinsler, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kinsler, Miss Adele Moorcs, Miss Blanche Kinsler and Thomas Kinsler. Mr. and Mrs. George Brandeis will have as their guests Mr. and Mrs BoBWorth of Chicago, Miss Lorotta Rogers and Miss Anna Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gclzschman will entertain in their box Miss Julia Nag, Miss Freda Thompson of Davenport, Miss Ellon Anthcs, Miss Hannah Getzschman and Miss Marie Reinholz. ' In one of the boxes will bo Miss Maragret McShano, MIsb Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Beaton, T. J. McShano and Dr. L. C. Bushman. Miss Mary O'Boyle will entertain Mr. nnd Mrs. Goorge McKnight, Miss Mulachey, Miss Helen O'Boyle and Frank Mulachey. Brownell Hall Commencement. The boa d of trustees and the prlnclDal of Brownell Hall have Issued Invitations for the commencement exercises on Tues day rnorninr the third of June, at lb:! o'clock at the chunjh.ot Saint Matthias. Saturday. May Zi. Is field day. Saturday, May, 31, at S o'eloek, Junior day. Sunday mornlnc. June 1, at 11 o'clock, In the church of Saint Matthias will be the sermon to the graduating class by the btopf the dloecie. Monday evening, June 2. at Brownell Hall, recital by the pupils of the muile department from t to 0 o'clock. Reception In honor of the graduation clan from 9 to 11 o clock. At the Country Club. Cards were lasued today by the house committee for the formal ontnlnt of the Country club next Saturday evening. Dinner wUI be served at 7 o'clock fol ipwed by dancing. There will be table d note dinner and dancing each Wednesday and Saturday at the club and table d'hote supper Sunday evening. A B Warren will entertain twelve guests at dinner this evening at the Count , club In honor of Miss Mabel Balcombe and P. W. Leonhardt. The dinner party planned by Dr. Le Itoy Crummer for Saturday evening at the Country club has been postponed. Afternoon Bridge Mrs. Thomas Parker entertained at a series of bridge parties Friday and Satur day afternoons. The decorations were rod tulips. The guests Friday were: Meeds mer -Bert Anderson, jsario uroitn. N. R. Briton, George Blelh, Byron Clow, Oeorge Davis, Allan Dudley, Fred Etter, Lw Etter, George Jones, Frank Prucka. Georgo Paddock, Hal Roberts, K. A Roie. John Smith. W. C Tagg. Harry Trumble, John Watklns, F Truble. The guests Saturday were: Mesdames E. H. KUIott, U 11. Gads, W. W. Klslier, I. C Gibson, Prank Houseman, It. M. Laverty, It. M, Lord, James G. Martin, Frank A. Jones, Walter Mltsehe, Vernon Mann, Arthur C. l'ancoast, R. 13. Schtndel, Fred Smith. J. M. Tanner. James Trimble. George Wulllcker, W. Queenan. Mesdamen E. D. Arnold, W. F Bavlnger, Corydon Bulla. Clarence Ewell, T, K Francisco, Fred Halstead, John Hughes, W. C. Lambert, rtaude Orchard. Fred Scott. Franklin Khotwell, Fred Towle, F. F. Whitman, Mesdames Edward Hut son, IS. O. Rarnhardt, II. P. Cote, F. A. Fowler, J. P. Helgren, Byron Hart, Harry Marling, Charles Mann, Homer O'fihea, A. V. Fhotwell, Alrtn Johnson, A. E. Miller. In and Out of the Bee Hive, Mr. and Mrs, B. L. Huntley will leava Tuesday to spend a few days in Denver. Mr. and Mrs. 8. It. Rosslter and daugh- GOLD DUST makes pot and pan. ' spick and span Soap and muscle won't clean your pots and pans properly thoroughly. Ordinary washing !of cook ing utensils passes over whole ter. Madge, left Saturday evening for an eastern trip. Misses Doris Mood and Olabelle Hervey are home from Lincoln, where they at tended tho liappa Kappa Gamma ban quet Lewis Reed, who Is In Chicago, Is ex pected here for. the wedding of Miss Bat- combo and P. W. Leonhardt Wednesday evening. Miss Margaret Foley and Miss Bonnie Foley returned this morning from a fort night's stay In Kansas City and Excel sior Springs. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wattles have re turned from Clarkesvllle, la., where they were called by the death of Mrs. Wattles' father, A. N. Leete. John Jj. Kennedy, George Haverstlck, Randall Brown and J. M. Guild wilt spend most of the week In Kaifaas City nnd Excelsior Springs. Mrs. A. C. Wynne of Cleveland, O., arrived on Saturday evening for a visit with her sister. Mrs, R, E. McKelvy, and Mr. McKelvy. Mrs. Wynne Is returning from a winter In California. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Murphy and small son John Murphy, jr., arrived .this morning from Sioux City to send the week visiting Mrs. Murphy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen McCaffrey.' Miss Gladys Allen has gone to Grass Range, Mont, where she will visit her brother, Walter Allen. She expects to return home the latter part of July, and will come by the way of Denver, where shtt will make a short visit Mrs. E. W. Nash, who returned home Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. U F. Cro foot from, an extended stay In Europe, bruised her foot while on board ship, but Is now much Improved. They experienced a rough passage on the return trip. Mrs. J. Bramjels left Friday evening for Minnesota, where she has taken a cottage at Lake Mlnnetonka for the sum mer, and will be Joined at Minneapolis by her daughters, Miss Anna and Miss Stella Brandeis, who have been visiting In Wisconsin. . Celebrates Birthday. Charjes F. Weller celebrated his sixty nlnih birthday by entertaining at dinner Friday evening at the Hamilton cafe, An Interesting entertalinent was planned for the evening. Stereoptlcon views of the trip around the world, taken by Mr. Weller two years ago, were much en Joyed by the guests. At the dinner party covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Weller, Mr. and, Mrs, Charles K. Wel ler. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fisher, Mr and Mrs. Fred Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Clif ford Weller, Mr. and Mrs. E. p. Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Patton, Miss Patton. MUs Catherine Davenport, Miss Ruby Fisher, Miss Virginia Weller, Miss Alice May Weller, MUs Dorothy Weller, Miss Marian Weller, Mr. James FJsher, Mr. Earle Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Weller. la on nvcord nt n I're-vloas Trial E nmlnatlon mm Harlnsr Been In clined to Oppose Damasrea Bring; Given to Injured. One Juror, who had said In a former trial In this term of district court that he was piejudlced against damage suits for personal Injuries, held out against tils eleven associates and caused a dis agreement In the case of John If Frlsch against the Selden-Breck company. Frlsch was suing for 150,000 damages for Injuries, alleging their cause to the drop ping of a lift used by tho company In the construction of the Woodmen of the World building. The jury was discharged by Judge Estelle late Saturday, after the Juror had Indicated that he was not to be moved. The tone juror said during his examina tion In this trial that he had no prejudice because It wns a personal Injury case. He was aucceasfullv challenged In a trlnl Nn Judge Sears' court because ho asserted I tie was Inclined to oppose giving damages In such cases. He Is an employe of the Cudahy Packing company in South Omaha. The Jury was out from Friday until Saturday evening. It Is said that In the ftrst ballots the vote was ten to two for the plaintiff, but that In all the remain ing time eleven Jurors favorod a verdict foi Frlsch Tt is understood that the counsel for the plaintiff has no remedy under tho wotklng of the present Jury system. Had the ope Juror brought his associates over to his way of thinking and there had been a verdict for the defendant, counsel for the plaintiff could have asked for a new trial. Since the Jury disagreed there will be another trial with more expense and delay "for both parties. Prison's attorney consulted both Judge Stars and Judgo Estelle, but baa not yet determined on any course of action. PLENTY OF MOISTURE WITHOUT IRRIGATION Central Agent Benjamin of the North wctrn Black Hills lints Is at head quarters In conference with General Man ager Walters. Mr. Benjamin says- the Hills country has the best prospects in years, and that thsre Is an era of gen eral prosperity prevailing. There has been such an abundance of rain this sea son that through the Irrigated sections water from the reservoirs has not yet been turned on the adjacent land this spring. Kansas Organizes Motorcycle Patrol TOPE K A, Kan., May 19. There will be 1,750 riders In the Kansas motorcycle pa trol, according to the plans of organiza tion completed today. The patrol Is be ing organised along the lines of the anti- horse thief associations and will be under the direction of the governor and bank commissioner, Kansas will be the first state to have a motorcycle patrol In every county. The members receive no pay Each one must be a member In the Fed eration of American Motorcyclists. DAUGHtER OF VANCE LANE DIES OF SPINAL MENINGITIS Miss Lillian Mtie, .daughter of H. Vance Lane, formerly of Omaha, died at her home, 1765 York street, Denver, Colo., Sunday morning. Spinal meningitis was the cause of her doath. Miss Lane was well known In Omaha. Tlit family left Omaha- to. make their home In Denver some five years ago. Re cently Miss Lillian visited some three weeks in Omaha at the home of her uncle, A, D. Lane. It Is only -a few weeks since she left for her horns in Denver. Soon after going home she suffered with what was thought to be qutnoy, then with tonsllttls, and lastly with spinal menin gitis. Miss Lane was but to years old. Five years ago. before the family, moved from Omaha, she waa looked upon as one of thebest lady automobile drlyera In the city. She was one of tho first real young girls to drive a large automobile around the city. The family of A. D. Lane In- Omaha has been notified by telephone of the death. The funeral will be held in Den ver with interment there. PARRISH GOES AFTER RETAILERS' CONVENTION M. A. Hostettler of Shelton and E. V. Parrish, manager of the publicity bureau, left this afternoon for St. Iojils, whero they will extend an Invitation from tho Nebraska Federation of Retailers to the national federation to hold Its convention' in Omaha next year. Among members of the Nebraska fed. eratlon who are already on the sceno boosting Omaha are C. E. Belnert of Wy- more. the president; George Darner of Bethany, Louis Langhorst of Elm wool and Zane Thompson of Orasha. MURRAY AND GROSSMAN ON TRIAL IN FEDERAL COURT William Murray and Louis Grossman. hidden nests o little wigglers ! r'0!. .i?"?, !?' . ii j i on trial In the federal court. Both men are charged with transporting Grace Addlngton front Omaha to Memphis and then back to Omaha, for Immoral pur poses. Vlrplo Burkett. ono of the girls who Involved city Ppsecutor Fred An- htusrr In the esse. Is a witness. The rntlru morning was taken up In empanelling a Jury. commonly called germs. Gold Dust is a sanitary wash 5ng powder that not only re- i it M 1 1? ..L t 1 moves ine visiuie aire ana grease, hut digs deep after every, trace o germ life sterilizes pots, pans, pails and kettles leaving them clean, whole some, safe. Shake a little Gold Dost in your dish-water and see the startling results. Gold Pust is sold in BC size and large pack ages. The large package means greater economy 'lt th COLD DUST TW1HS do your work" DAIRY INSPECTOR STARTS CAMPAIGN FOR GOOD MLK Dairy Inspector C. F. Bottle has begun an active campaign on all dlarymen and private citizens selling mUk who are not living up 'to the letter of the law As a starter ne ttiea iwo complaints, on against Max Middleman. 414 Hamilton street, for selling untested milk, and the other against another Max Middleman. SO.C Seward street, ' who, It, ts alleged, opeiates bis establishment under untsn Ha it condli'ons. Both cases will bt heard Tuesday. 9 KIT m HEALTH T9 MOTHER AMD CHILD. Was. Wintutw'e Sootiiino Svacr naa beta feted far OTcr SIXTY YKAKS by MILLIONS of MOTHKXS for their C1ULUKUN WUILU TEKTHING, with PKRKKCT SUCCESS, it SOOTH Kt) the CHILD. SOKTKNB the GUMtL ALLAYS all PAIN ( CUKES WIND COLIC, and it the bert remedy for IHABKUCEA. It it t tshOely hirmlcn Be sure sod tit for Mrs. 1 iB.,k Booking ByiTPv" end Ufcs DO otfatr fciad. TwtatysTcetBtss bottle. FATHER OFFERS REWARD FOR INFORMATION ON SON Btra Frau, aged 16 years, of "Seattle, is being sought by bis father. .David IX. Frau of that city, who offers a reward (or information of the boy's whereabouts. The youngster was last heard from In John town. Neb , where be was employed, In a hotel. Woid from there states that be came to Omsba. Serious Lacerations and wounds are healed, -without danger of blood poisoning, by Buoklen's Arnica Salve, the healing wonder. Only Be For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement. ankers fealty Investment (Company Stock Advances Soon You owe it to yourself to investigate this investment because it affords the greatest earning capacity, consistent with absolute safety, that the Omaha In vestment Field has to afford. This Company's business that of transforming Omaha's vacant lots into high grade home places is large today and is increasing rapidly; so that in buying our stock today you are making an investment in an enterprise which is already doing a satisfactory business and on an established dividend-paying basis. The work wo are doing in Omaha should merit your active sup port for three reasons: 1st. Because this Company is a home Institution whose primary purpose is that of creating greater Real Estate values In our home city. 2d. Because this business of improving Omaha Real Estate and thereby creating greater values will net large profits, and you will share proportionately tho profits of this great development work If you are a stockholder In this Company. 3d. Because tho security wo offer our stockholders is based on tho ownership of valuable Real Estate and Mortgages on ueai ustate wntcn is universally considered tho best se curity obtainable. aaaaaaV .aamaaV kW X aV Every Shareholder Guaranteed And Profits They Share in the Besides. Price Per Share After May 31st $113 Sigh Grade Omaka Real Estate is' the Security Be hind this Stock. Buy Now! While the price of the stock is at a low figure. Tho people who will make the greatest profits as a result of this Company's business, will be those who pay the lowest fifAires for our stock. This stock will continue to advance in price as fast as our business grows in proportion and as fast as our dividends continue to increase. The present opportunity to buy stock at $1.10 per share will expire May 31st. It's worth a thorough investigation right now. For complete information call or address Bankers Realty Investment Company UNCLE SAM WANTS TIPS FROM FOOD MANUFACTURERS Th oommtttea appointed by the sre tarlss of the Department of Commerca, the Treasury department and the Depart ment of Agriculture to draw up regula tion for tho enforcement of the new net welsbt law announces that H Is now eady to receive recommendations and sucRestlons In wrltlnt. The first hraitnes for manufacturers, dealers and others In- taiested will be held In New York during the week of June .9. and other besrlncs will be held whenever and wherever there is sufficient demand. Communications for this committee should be addressed to the Ne; We-'cht Law Committee. Department of Asrlcul- ture, Bureau of Chemistry, Washlnc ton, D. C. The net weight law was signed March 3, 1913. and Is to so Into effeot eighteen months from that date. It requires that the quantity of the contents of food psckages bs plainly m irked on the out side of each packets in terms pf weight, measure or numerical count. OMAHA OFFICE: 404 City National Bank Bldg. Phone D. 8318. SOUTH OMAHA OFFICE: 512 No. 24th Street. Phone South 1161. brief ami ,pws rUellty Storage ts Van Co. Doug. 151. Xave Xoot Print It Now Bsaoon Press. Dr. Klnslei Brandeis Theater Bldg., Noso and Throat. Phone Douglas 184. r-lghtlng rlxtures repaired and refln (shed. Burgess-Qranden Co., Douglaa 8t Tor 93 Per Year-A private safe In our vault perfect safety for valuables. Omaha Safe Deposit Co.. HW Farnara St The Business airls' Clnb will give a May breaVfast Wednesday morning at the Young Women's Christian association from 7 to a. m. Price SB cents. Tor Sals My residence, 4823 l'lorence Blvd. Price reasonable, terms easy. Weased to show property. Inquire for me. Phone- Douglas 2624. Rome Miller. Call for Ohlans All Ohlans Interested In having an Ohio club banquet are re. quested to meet at the office of W. W. eiabaugh, $45 Omaha National Bank building, Tuesday at 1! o'clock sharp. The State Bank of Omaha pays 4 per cent on time deposits, S per cent on sav ing accounts. The only bank In Omaha whose depositors are protected by the depositors' guarantee fund of the state of Nebraska. 17th and Harney streets. OlUespU Succeeds KoCnne George Gillespie, formerly advertising manager of the News and later engaged in thn Californa land business, has been made general manaebr of the Trade Exhibit to succeed the late E. O. McCune. BeeJca His Mother Paul Evans, aged 15 years, arrived in Omaha yesterday from Ogden, Utah, to make his home with hie mother, Mrs. Mattle Evans, of this city. The boy'a mother was to meet him at tho train, but failed to put In her ap pearance, with the result that Paul la being kept at the police station untlv sho can be loooted. Boatne Jury Disagrees After deliber ating almost twenty-four hours over the case of Raymond E. Uonlno for 20, COO damages against the Iowa-Nebraska Pub lic Service company, .the federal Jury hearing the case reported at noon Sunday that thoy could come to no agreement and Hhe Jury was discharged. Bonlne, an en gineer In the employ of the defendants, had supervision ove.r several large ma chines at Missouri VaUey and was se verely and permanently Injured "when a belt Slipped from a fly wheel and struck htm. Essays Being Reviewed Essays of the school students In the Know Omaha contest are being turned In by the re viewers. They will be finally Judged Tuesday, and the prizes will be awarded Friday. Nearly 10,000 essays have been read. Several hundred were given grades above 90 by tho reviewers and these will bo eliminated; for the prise winners by the Judges. VT. 3. Bnrke on Trial William I Burke's second trial on a charge of kill ing Forbes Robertson, a watchman, who died October 12, 1911, after, having beon struck by Burke In front of the latter's saloon at Tenth and Davonport streots, was begun In Judge Estelle's court today. The morning was taken up In examina tion of Jurors. In Burke's former trial the Jury disagreed. Since then Clyde 0Dell, an eyewitness of the quarrel, and other of the state's witnesses have left Omaha. Seeking &ottle Znanas A communi cation ha Just been received by tho lo cal police department from the author ities of Portland, Oe., asking the aid ot the Omaha department in locating Lottie Xnauss, who is believed to be In this city ln;lhe compahy of a man named Dunn, who last summer was employed by a local grocery. Frank Knauss, brother of the missing grl. is tho one who is in stigating the' search, Lottie Knauss neither speaks nor writes English. She has friends living in Council Bluff's and the names of several have been furnished the department. Should the girl be lo cated, a ticket for Portland will be fur nished her by the brother. DEATH RECORD Mrs. Knthrrlnc Hook. Mrs. Katharine Hook died Sunday aft ernoon at htr residence, 3310 South Nine, teenth street She hsd lived In Omaha tlnee ISM, of Oermsn bltth, and Is sur vived by three sons. Adam. Ludwlg nnd Peter, and two daughters, Uva Hook and Mrs. Fred a. Klrschner. all residing In Omaha. Funeral services will be held at St. John's German Evangelical church, 2117 South Twenty-fourth street. Wednes day at 2 o'clock, Rev. W. Schaefer officiating. HYMENEAL, nrlter-DccVtuterer. Miss Lillian Beekmeyer, daughter of William P. Beckmeyer, ot Benson, and Mr. Frank Relter were married Saturday evening at S by Rev. Charles W. SaMdre at 14U Canton street At company ot In vited guests was present The attendants wre Miss Anna Relter and Mr. R. II. 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