HIE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. AlWST 20, 1913.
JANITOR MAYLOSE HIS JOB
Hansen of Howard Kennedy School
Now in Danger.
OUTCOME OP A OAS DEBATE
School Hoard "Will InTlsrte mml
Hctrrmlne Later What Cor
of Action to Take In
the Case. "
A janitor may lose his Job and certain
rabid opponent of the Km franchise
ordinance may be called to account for a
disturbance at a meeting held In Howard
Kennedy school last Monday night Mem
ber C. T. Walker of the Board of Educa
tion reported to the school board last
night that such ft meeting had been held
In violation of the suto kw forbidding
discussion of sectional or political ques
tion In school buildings. President E.
. Holovtchlner, Mr. Walker, Superintend
ent E. U. Graff, Superintendent of Dulld
Irgs Duncan Flnlayson and Attorney
Carl Herring were In conference behind
closed doors for halt an hour and tlie
matter was discussed.
-Offense Not Crime.
"While the offense Is not a crime," said
Attorney Herring, 'It Is specifically pro
vided In the law that the school buildings
hall be opened for certain purposes and
the settling of gas franchise questions Is
not one of these purpose. About the
only Ihlne the board can do Is to fire
The Janitor Is Peter It. Hansen. It Is
presumed he allowed the Omaha View
Improvement club, which- held the meet
irg. to gather In the school and discuss
llie gas franchise ordinance, which Is
being voted on today.
' We'll have to Investigate the matter,"
said President Hotovtchlner of the hoard
of J&ueatlon. "The Janitor was without
authority to open the school for such a,
meeting. Upon his shoulders will prob
ably rest the blame."
Can't Sell Baratoo-a. Site,
At the secret conference held by
HoloTtchlner, Graff, Walker, Flnlayson
and Herring the proposition of selling the
present site of Saratoga school was dis
cussed. "It looks like we can't soli the site and
give a valid deed," said Holovtchlner,
"because ths ground was donated to the
school district in W61 when Nebraska was
stilt a territory and under the grant
reverts to the heirs of the former
owners." The board had planned to erect
a new school on a batter site. Attorney
Herring will go Into the matter thor
oughly and give the board a written
opinion on the question.
District Boundaries Choused.
At the meeting last night the boundaries
of school districts were modified as fol
lows. Miller Park City limits on north, south
on Thirty-ninth street to Ida, oa4t in Ida
to Thirty-sixth street, south on TUsdlck
avenue, east on Itedlck avenue to Thir
tieth street, couth to Browne, east on
Browne to Twenty-sixth street, north on
Twenty-sixth stree to Fort street, east
on Fort to the boulevard.
Edward ItosewaterTo the present dis
trict the following territory waa added t
That space bounded by Seventeenth street
tn the west. Elm street on the north anl
Fifteenth strsetioo the east. On the east
side of Thirteenth street between Spring
street and Central boulevard, Eighteenth
street and city limits.
Superintendent Graff and President
Holovtchlner were delegated to attend
the fourth annual meeting of the Inter
national congress on school hygiene In
Buffalo and to visit several teohntcat
schools whllo in the cast
fleksela Coat Merc.
Socntary Bourke'a summary of the
financial transactions of the board for
ths year ending December SI, MM, showed
that approximately $lfi0,Qeo mom had been
spent In 1313 than In 191. At the first of
the year there was a cash balance of
fM3.W on hand in the general fund,
F. P. Gould & Son. contractor who
secured the contract for constructing ths
Miller Park school, will be notified that
unless they proceed within three flaya to
work toward the completion of the bund
ing their contract will be canceled and
the board will finish the school and
charge it to the contractors, Vice PresN
dent Jacobson, who presented the reso
lution said the contractors had refused to f
complete the plastering.
PIONEER MERCHANT SEVENTY- NRWQRnYQ MTY AN QTRRJ7.T
TWO YEARS OLD TODAY. "HL
Have Argument that.Results in Bat
tle Royal Involving Citizens.
MULLEN HITS 16-YEAR-OLD BOY
Former Attorney Ocneral for -hrnakn
Knltrn Into the Fight nnd
Striken Yonth, Knocking;
Illm In Pavement.
Will Break Up Camp
Early This Morning
Nebraska National Guardsmen at
Waterloo were paid yesterday and. will
break camp At 5 o'olock this morning and
leave on special trains for their homes.
The militiamen received II per day for
the time they have spent on tho march,
in battlo and at camp.
Governor Morchead, who, with his staff
nnd family have been camped 'with the
soldiers at Waterloo, left for I-Incoln Mon,
Only seven men aro now in the hos
pital and the condition of these Is not
serious. They will be able to leave with
their companies this morning, with,
the 'exception of one case of poison from
Adjutant General Hall believes the
maneuvers and tho battlo at the Elkhorn
bridge at Waterloo havo given tho young
soldiery of tho state a training1 of which
they were much In need. He is well
pleased with tho result of tho maneuvers.
Miss lxittlo Marti i- stetirurrnnhcr In thn
offlco of County Attorney Magney, has
returned from a trip to Manltou, Colo.
Juit a? o'clock was heralded by many
whlstl's and clock chimes, Israel Good
man, a newsboy, attempted to forco
Harry Hrookstcln Into selling him some
sport extras, although Brooksteln had
orders to the contrary .unless Goodman
paid a previous bill for evening papers.
A t fight started between the boys that
soon developed Into a battle royal. In
which several more or less prominent
citizens who wcro coming out of the
Omaha national bank building, In front of
which tho fight took place, became In
volved, Goodman persisted In following Brook
stein, even after Brooksteln warned him
to quit, and repeatedly told him he could
sell him no extras, and crowded and
shoved, which Irritated Brooksteln until
, he pushed the newale away several times.
in tne meantime, Annur t. juuuen,
former attorney general of the state of
Nebraska, took a hand In the proceed
ings and severely cuffed Brooksteln, who
Is only 16 years of age, knocking him to
the sidewalk and scraping 'several square
Inches of skin off his elbows. This so
aroused Brookstcln's Ire that he picked
up a nearby piece of timber and started
for Mullen, and it took four husky citi
zens to protect him from the angry lad.
Officer Slops Fns.
Seeing a crowd rapidly congesting In
front of the bank, Traffic Oflcer Smith,
who Is stationed at Sixteenth and Far
nnm streets, ' hurst upon the scene and
put a stop to the riot. Also a large
crowd of newsies showed up and an argu
ment arose between the newsies and sev.
eral alleged law-abiding citizens which
taxed the patlanco and diplomacy, of the
officer beforo he eventually put a stop
to the vociferous outbursts of the ob
-Mnllen Wnnteil liny Arrested.
Mullen .desired to have the Brpoksteln
lad arrested, but Smith failed to see how
he could arrest Brooksteln without hold
ing Mullen, also. As Mullen had no de
sire to be Incarcerated In tho city bastlle,
Brooksteln was not molested. Brooksteln
dared Mullen to arrest him and offered
Smith names qf some half a hundred
e ftnuaftra trltllA Xfullsn waa hark,1 hv ft. '
half dozen of his friends. ,
HaN Brooksteln has filed a com-
Plaint agam.t Mujien. charging assault visitors Come in Numbers from Teka-
Brookstein alleges that Mullen struck
him without provocation.
Weldon Darling is
Missing from Home
John Darling, 4519 Seward street, reports
to the police that his lE-ycar-old son,
Weldon. has been missing for the last
two days. Weldon left home Saturday
afternoon for downtown and since then
has not been heard from. His parents
are worried about his atjscnce and have
asked the police to conduct a search for
NORTH NEIGHBORS AT DEN
mas, Hermnn and Blair.
SEE SAMSON'S MINIONS ACT
Show Given Added Flavor lor Occa
sion nml Speaker for Gnrita
Shoim that Ak-Snr-IJen
ANKLE BADLY CRUSHED IN
WHEEL 0FJVI0VING AUTO
Victor Kopald of Florence suffered a
a badly crushed ankle Monday at Twenty-third
and Harney streets .when he at
tempted to get Into an automobile. Jack
Ormsby was driving the- car and, after
beckoning Kopald to Join htm, slowed
down the machine. Before It had stopped,
however, Kopald slipped, and his foot
caught In a rear wheel. Ho was taken
to Clarkson hospital where an operation
was necestary to set the Injured parts
AUGUST PETERSON LOSES
ARM WHILE UNDER BOXCAR
August Peterson, H21N6rlh fcourteenth,
street, lost his right 'arm Monday whllo
under some box cara'-at Fifteenth and
Grace streets gathering grain. The ac
cident happened when a .switch .engine
coupled onto the cars.; Peterson was hur
ried to St. Joseph's hospital where ho
was given medical attention by police
It was within a day of a year that his
wlfo was ground .to pieces at about the
same spot, also while gathering grain.
BURGLARS GETS EIGHTY
DOLLARS FROM REGISTER
Burglars entered the Sherman & Mc
Connell drug store at Sixteenth and
Dodgo street Monday and secured JSO
In cash from the cash register. Entrance
was gained through a coal sliuto window
in the basement.
The special train from Tckamah, Her
man and Blair lost night brought '.n
between CCO and 604 for the night's tun
at Ak-Sar-Ben Den.
Samson had not neglected his prepa
rations. He gave them a show and an
Initiation the visitors declared they would
'remember to the end of their days. Many
could not wait for the special train, but
took the regular afternoon passenger,
which landed them in Omaha at C o'clock.
The special train was met at the station
by a reception committee and hustled o
the- Den a triflo late. It was 9 o'clock be
fore tho show nnd Initiation started.
8. A. Scarle presided over the speak
ing. Coax as he would, he Could not
draw more than one visiting speaker to
the platform. He called repeatedly for
E. C. Burdlck nf Herman, W. J. Cook of
Blair and Colonel G. H. Harrington of
Tekamah. Silence greeted his repeated
pleas. No, they had seen too many of
their friends "slain" in the Initiation.
They were suspicious. At last Colonel
Harrington rose and strolled to the plat
form. He made up fbr tho speakers that
spake not. He brimmed over with hap
piness at having met Omaha with her
glad rags on at tho Den, and vowed his
eternal allegiance to Ak-Sar-Ben.
Tho Hlgs School band of Tekamah with
twenty-two pieces accompanied the crowd
(n the special -train and rendered excel
lent music to 'supplement the program of
The board' of governors at a meeting
at 6 o'clock In the evening decided to
havotFarnam and Douglas streets lighted
tilth, special lighting decorations from
Fifteenth to Nineteenth streets during the
festivities. They will also ask the mer
chants to decorate as elaborately as pos
sible! for tho festivity week. Messrs.
O'Brien, Nash and Weaver were dele
gated to go to Des Moines early In the
Week to make arrangements for some
Tho Persistent and Judicious Use of
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A guarantee of satisfaction is part of every sale here.
You're given, every opportunity to compare critically,
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1 Steger & Son $150
1 Hardman $160
1 Hamilton $150
1 Kimball $100
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1 Arion $7f
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Tentative schedules have teen arranged
for the trains that aro to carry the
crowds of Omahans and South Oniihe.ni
to Lincoln and return on September S
for Omaha and South Omaha day at tho
stato fair. Whllo the plans aro not net
tled upon. It la believed how that these
schedules will likely bo definitely adopted
soon. According to the present plans
there, aro to be six trains to Lincoln on
that day. Four will bo on the Burlington
and two on tho Rock Island. Thoie on
tho Burlington are to leave Omaha at ,
;, 9 and 9:1? a. m. these will leave
South Omaha each Just fifteen minutes
later than they leave Omaha; that is,
S15. . 9:16 and 9:90. Tho Uock Island
trains will leave Omaha at 1:06 and :
and do not have a South Omaha stpp.
On the return trip tho Burlington trains
will leave at tiX, t, 7 and 10 p. m. The
Rock Island trains will leave on tho re
turn trip at 4:05 and 8 o'clock in tho even
Ing. The trains leaving Omaha at S, 9
and S:5 are to be special trains. Th6v
will not moke the stops between Omaha
WITHNELL WOULD PROVIDE
SAFEGUARDS FOR THEATERS
C It Wlthneir, commissioner of fire
protection and water supply, has dratted
an ordinance covering the management
of local theaters, which he believes will
llmtt the danger to life to a minimum.
Scenery and curtains must be operated
from the stage instead of the files."
back and above the stage. Moving picture
theaters must provide a fireproof booth
for thte .operator; tho operator must be
at least J years old: there mus't be no
moveable scentry; nobody will stand In
afotber of Klsbteeia rhlldrea.
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