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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1913.
ADDITORIDHA H ATITORIUM Manager Qlllaa Sayi it Would Hake Idekl Bwimtatiie Place. . Ia COST OF BUILDING IS MALL Digging Jtboat for theTank IVonltl V ' the Onlr Bapcnse "Would 'ot . Interfere) ' Tilth Conventions. V.4 The first auggettlbn for & definite ptaco for a publlq natatorlum, yihXth is being advocated by Dan llutler, was made by J. M. Olllan, manager ot tha Auditorium, yesterday. Mr. Olllan says Butler Si right In his belief that Omaha should have a public bath and lie believes that the Auditorium, would bo an excellent place to Install a natatorlum, providing the city would purchase the building. According to Mr. ' Qlllan, It wgutd, be a simple matter ot construction to 'In stall a natatorlum In the Auditorium at a nominal cost, much leas than It would cost to build, a ( separate building-. The public bath irottld only b used, exten sively durlnir the summer rnonths, so that the building could ba used for con ventions and other purposes during the cooler months. -. ( " Tha present ground- floor Jof -the Audi torium Is built so;id on the earth, the only part that Is 'excavated' helng (ho' boiler room on this south side and the basement under the stage. Xt would be easy to dig & ellar tinder tha present floor, concrete It. and construct the nat atcrlom. It could bo connected with setters and the wtir drained at short internals. . The cot of tattaltatlon of a natatorlum wouVI not Jberroora than J3,50 and would probgblr ba. coiuldtrably less. It would b bvt a traction ot the cost of a nata torimn In' a location 'not aa cen tral aad convenient as 'the Auditorium. Tin dressing rooms could be easily In stalled, a thero is at present seven lirge dressing room, and there Is room for any number ot Umjiorary dressing Par lors an the 'sta. Mr. 6tltH has ceasMered tb proposi tion a awmfMr natafotiura for several years, bet h a aat make a pubMo ug ftla antK ysattif4ay. "In tha summer iMHtks," aaM Mr. Oiaan. whan Inter Ylewea on tfcc najeet. XM AuHor1um is Mctlcaltr Mlv &d when X read of Dm aOea ea tar a, yubHa featb, I lm y tamsglst at ths. Auditorium. Wo, have (room if a ttatoriwiji. itMp feet, hra...'wlth lot -atsaesai Mr Iraseaek. div ine plaUoria.. ad, wi cmiA run a chuta .l. ... j .'iwL' i.---k Lv . . Tha balcony wouU ghre on opportunity for aadlenees, ana tha stage could ho used for. tha dressing roots. I thlntt It would be1 tha Ideal place for a natatoriunvlt the city ebould awy tha building Elks Comingfrom Hearty Cities, for the Big. Clambake Twanty Mka cemtaHC frem Ds X!ne for tha Omaha mis' daeabaka at Carter lake Thursday wHI arrive is Omaha Wednesday evening. Thy am coming In awtomaWlw titer will be mat a few mlws eaat ( CmhkH lutf by a recap. Hon eiMitt fratsi Omaha leege con stating; e Marar Jaaaaa C. Pakistan. CKruld Dtatc, CMy Cemmlsslewer 3, J, yda, Dr. X B. Va Cmm,M, tL DanUl and C. D. ArmatroRgj - Ths Pkttamauth akqKtloa wife arrlya In nliUBslsAlsMi - a - - "lj forty Bika fram Urn ara ,ejpebts4 te arrlva en ait aarbr iaemtog train. 'Mayor George Y. VSoiK and a party of Frameat Elks will arrive in automobtlea, The committee cm averts have arranged for a trap shoot on tha Carter tAke club grounds Thursday , afternoon, and whUe those is charge will Wye a few gttnr on the gwunds the Elks who deelre totpaN tletfAte In tlet shsot are retjuested to brjac their own gun with them. MAMY mm SOOTH OOmO TO FOT teCK LAMP MAWJNG ?he openhMT the "Fort Paclc Indian rervattn In Medhern ieteaa'i prav trfir I, doiwjf ear tefiirwitra add others in Xsnsar. Oklahetna and Mlesaarl, thewgti.Het so alurg o the NeWaekana. tst- jtigit the! Oreatx WekUrh .took e.a geeekU treM. e twelve ear Joaded KMh wrMMm aad mtm wti are getng1 to CHaegew, Mom., the place of rector tieev Of tkese wke re the Serttttctog brought In five, ceriead freM the south uw the Mieaetirt neMle sevew. Here they were turned over t the Great Weet- aeetK S a'eMek last evening are aet'et U the party, tt ta BietuiMa Mtai net . to exceed twewtjr-nve piresaa are frem KebtaeVa. Stage to Be Be Taken Out for Wild West i SHow at Auditorium Next w6ek the irorlc'of preparing, the Auditorium for the evening wild west shows during Ak-Bar-Den week will be begun In earnest Manager J. M. Ulllan lias ordered 200 loads of dirt and sawdust to place over the floor so that the pound Ing of the horses hoofs wilt not bo heard farther west than Dundee and he has telegraphed to Managor Irwin of the show if ha wishes the collapsible stage removed to mako more room. Mr. Olllan and Dad Weaver, tho bos of thq Ak-8ar-Ben, both agrrcd It would be desirable to remove tho stage. It this stago Is removed, boxes will be con structed all along the enst end of the Auditorium which will snake tho building resemble the old horse shows. The boxes will bo appropriately draped with bunt- Inif nnd Other trlramlnn nfler S4 nm fflshfqn. as the house shows, which Were recognized as exquisitely decorated. rM .MR.$PER BECO'MES -PRESIDENT OF FEDERATION At tne meeting ot the Omaha Church federation held at tho Young Men's Christian association -assembly halt 'Mon day evening Iter. Hugh U. Speer, rastdr ot the United Presbyterian church, was elected president to succeed Itev. Milton I). Williams, who resigned, on account of leaving the city. The occasion of th'e quarterly' dlnneV was also celebrated. . Business qf A routine nature was transacted and Itev. Mr. WlJIIams gave a short talk, express ing his rerret ot being unable 'to .fill' Qut his term with the federation and thank ing its members for the honors they con ferred upon' him. nt was from his former co-workers, All of whom extended congratulations and tholr best wishes. THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY TO OPEN UP TODAY Omaha Theological seminary Is In readiness for the opening of the new term this morning. 'New declarations and other improvements 'recently completed have made the rooms of the building very, attractive, A chapel service, followed by matricu lation of new studonts will ho held at 9 o'clock, and a service, open to all .friends of the seminary, will be held at 2 o'clock. At .that servlco an address will ,lie de livered by Prof. Charted A. Mitchell on "This Correct Method In Study and In struction:" The prospects are good for an Increnua In the -enrollment of new -students this year. - HAMILTON REMEMBERED BY.HI ASSOpiATES George W. jJIajpllton, the inewly ap pointed assistant gehcrftl freight agent of the Union Pacific, while pleased with his promotion, la still better. pleased with the esteem in which ho Is. held -by his associates, the clerks In tho general freight office of the company, I .While out .of the office for a few minutes, Mr. Hamilton was delightfully .surprised upon, hie return to find lying unon his desk a Dackaza which wfien opened revealed1 a table- tot of eighty1-' Qro pieces of silver. .Accompanying it ,woc slmpjy a note telling hUnithe'pres- AK-SAR-BEN . HUSTLING TEAM KEEPS UP GOOD WORK Meyers, Mnhaffey and Potter, thq husky team of hustlers that' won the price in the membership hustling contest for Ak-Bar-Den, have notlaid dorn since the contest Is closod. Last week the wrote icyen npw , members after the .contest had closed. Yes, It was even after tho den had closed for the season, and they -had noth'Jig to' offer the, candidates ex cept tho ball. Thep pumped .tho 19 out os,e.ven .follow who were willing to stick up the cash for the big bolt ThU Is the tevm tW cored" thfrtv.elirh L members 'durlrig the Jast Week $( the contest ana tnereny new to the lead by twenty-one members. GILLAN TELLS COUNCIL . COST QF AUDITORIUM t J. ltt Ollhtn, acting on the request ot the btty commission, submitted a table of figures showing the total cost of tho LAudltorlum and tho repairs now needed. .Tho table was received and Dloced on file. Thftofal coif torHhei building and . . - . . jr 1 . i . -ior, cuipiiiii niuu(ii uuuuniing 10 ttlllan. to K10.W.83. nnd M.t75 forrrnialn- tenonco. The board of 'directors . ot the AUdltorlum 'prbpose to seHi the1 building o the city for 15,000, -h!ch they claim jdocs notnnclud4 'the appreciated "value pt tho land nnd-tho building -Itself, which has Increased In value owing to Its loca tion, , : ' ; f The Persistent aSfr audlblous Use ot Newspaper (Advertising . Is. the Ifoad to jiujlneee Success,' MRS. LEWAN'S WATER BILL NPW MORE THAN DOUBLE Another case' of the peculiar tricks of water meters came to tight, when Mrs. Margaret Lowanr" 10U North Twenty? fourth street, received her bill September t As far back as she can remember Mrs. Lewah hag 'been paying in the neighborhood of TCc a month for wator, but when the bill arrived September 1 she received or shock. The bill from July 15 to August 14 was reasonable, (3 cents, but added to i the bill wait a balance due for water from June 14 to- July 15. And the balance was for 11.69, which Is over double what she had' been paying. Mrs. Iewan paid the bill because ot the threat that wan .attached to It to the effect that If payment was-not mode In ten days the water would be shut off. '1 PERSONAL- PARAGRAPHS. George II. Schweerl, a tvcalthy stockman-farmer of Pender, was hero Mon day 'to secure a lenfco of the Frank Corey farm, adjoining .hl placet , Mr. Bchwcers lays he thinks the Ak-8ar-Ben grounds this - year better than tho old. location. Many are. coming from Pender,, he says. MASKED BANDITS ROB STREET RAILWAY CREW Masked and armed bandlta waited un til the East Omaha street car operated by Motorman O. F. Robertson and Con ductor George Nelson reached the end of the run at Twenty-eighth avenue and Locust street. In East Omaha, and while one menaced'lhe car men with "a "long pistol the other searched them. Con ductor Nelson lost S and Robertson lost $2 and' his watch. The. men escaped after threatening, to kill their-victims lf,t they attempted to follow. HYMENEAL nubensteln-Glnsbcrg. Aaron Rubesteln. tailor, 21114 South Fourteenth street, was married to Miss noe Ginsberg ot Chicago at her home there Tuesdoy morning. After a short honeymoon the couple will take up their residence in .Omaha. t Serious "Jjacerntlons and wounds are healed,. without danger of blood poisoning, , by Ducklen's Arnica Salve, the healing wonder. Only 25c For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement. Summer Tftrfct Tickets Stle Daily BRtil September 30th ' : via the ILLINOIS CENTRAL ' 1 To all priiioipal points in the eastj ..; ' limited October 31st foj return TTAtrmRfifikers Tickets on sale the firsthand third .Tuesday 6? 'each month to many points in tho south fana souuieapi, ai grouny ruuuuuu, 25 ,drtyd. v Full information and descriptive liter ature at . , , .' ' dITY TICKET OfFIOE "407 "South' '16th. '" ' Tel. Douglas 264. MRS, MICHAEL CHOW WANTS HER MAKMEN NAME 1ACK fee was frequently embar fee by UnUtttm ot Dew aoqseintahcei 'foetlMr ehe had been the wife of Pat Crowe, the kidnaper, Mrs. Michael Crowe, ia he bees divorced two years. Secured emlrkm from Judge Troup to bear her ifealdea same of Mice Clara Syrop. Iw&ea Mlae Pyrop secured her divorce restoration of her maid on name was ac 01 Mentally omitted from the decree, She told 3ade Troup that when she.Waa In. trodisoea to a new acquaintance the quee- Uon airneei always was asked of her. "Wc ye net the wifetof Pat Grower (Ate expeeti to return' to her parents' beta in New York; where she will never asato hear the offensive question. NO UDS RECEIVED FOR SITE FOR ENGINE HOUSE Ne blAs. wer received r the city com mleetoa -for the lot at Nineteenth and Haruey etreete, where a fire engine bouse 'wan to have been built; but which the comiston decided to sell, .in order to locate the fire barn further -south and away from the city library. City M tarnew 7ohn A. nine has been asked to give an opinion cn what the city can do, at the contract for the construction of the fire engine houee was suspended, the council believing the lot would sell readily at a fair price. w BBSS m saamMlie vA aw gesasasav gesay sgesav SSHBBr snnmilllllsw sbUHV VT-A ae. vj - r je V. am. Mm mt-MX Kansas C 1 1 y Three Trains Daily Via tho " Missouri Pacific Lv. Omaha 11:15 p. m. 8:00 a. m. 11:30 a. m. . Ar Kansas City. 7:10 a.m. 4:00 p.m 6:05 p.m. " Ohservation-Parlor Oar on Past Day Train Observation,-Bleeping Car on Night Train Direct connections in Kansas City with Missouri Pacific trains East, South and West. r ' -""The route Is along tho Missouri-river for a; urge part of the way thus affording a most enjoyable,, picturesque daylight trip or a cool,' comfortable night trip. For reservations and any Information, phono or see THOS. P. GODFREY, General Agent Passsongcr Dept., 123 Farnnm Street... 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Koley Sidney Pills ease your pcin a4 tormont from the tima you b taklnr them. Thy positively and ertaaReeUy build up the kidney, restore their nersaal aetloe. aad strain out the ttrto ae44 crystals that causa rheuiaatlstn. Ml lusatengo. Try them. Ml dealers everywhere. Aeverjtieeme&U i n m u nw TTsssi i wr n f i immmi w r m Trinnr wnmwmmmwMwm im niii tm9 -mm n 'utit r irniti n-TTisMtsfiri" r JESSEN LIQUOR COMPANY, Wholesale Distributors. 1028 W. Broadway, Council Bluffs, Ia. Thinking of Your Vacation? Plan to Go East See what the Grant Lakes Keglon and Atlantic Coast has to offer you. Innumerable varied attractions await you both' in the cosmopolitan cities and at the attractive seaside resorts. Sightseeing, as well as fishing; boating, bathing- and other outdoor sports will make this vacation something different something to be remembered. Low Summer Fares Now in Effect via the Chicago and North 'Western line to Chicago and variable routes therefront to points Bast, some of the more important being as follows: Detroit, Mich. . . .$27.50 Boston, Mass r $42.10 to 46.50 New York, N Y..r 43.50 to, 46.50 Niagara Falls, N. Y. 33.50 to 35.50 Toronto, Ont t 31.10 to 35.50 Montreal, Que. 36.50 to 40.35 Atlantic City, N. J...t 45.60' to 46.00 Portland, Me 43.85 to 47.85 Buffalo, N. Y.. '...33.50 to 35.50 Tlckete on sale dally until 9,ept'emher Aoth.-peturn HmltfOrlayB not to exceed October 31st Favorable wopover" prlvlleges.t linekcelled train' service to Chicago and. dlrept connections with all lines East For printed - matter and full particular call on or address fL? i ar' r ir - lulljMgv iiicugo anu ivurtn western ly . 140X-M03 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb. Tourist Sleeping Cars rvia Rock Island Lines . Every Day To California via Scenic Colorado .Very low fares will ho in Vfect daily September 25th to October 10th ,to points in Arizona, California, Otregpn, .Washington, British . Columbia, Idaho and Utah. For further Information Inquire' ot- j. s. mcnally; d. p. a., 14th and Farnam, W. O. W. Bldg. HOTELS. MOTELS. VANDERBET HQIEL ZQ&SL EAST at mKKf&E.,mW TDKK. Subway Entranced "An hotel of distinction with moderate charges" Within five mJnut.es of principal ' railwiy terminals. Situation ideal. . . T ARIPFi atnslt room Pr d.y-ts, U. tS. tS Dcubls rooms - . . 13, W, T, 9 Doubl btdrooms, boudoir drculng-roera sod bth " " M. 10. Ill Oulle-Pr;olr, bedroom ndbmth . " " io, u, tu Each room with bath Manage A little Bee want ad does the business: Everybody reads Bee want ads m