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THE BEE: OitAHA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 3913.
BRIEF CITY NEWS AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA X Sareopharoa. Will prepared, Peters Trust Co. lighting rutures, anrgess-aranden Co, Fidelity Storage Oo. Dour. 1B1(. HaVe Soot Print It Now Beacon Press, Trnst funds and estate administered. Permanency and stability Is bucked by a capital and aurptus o JWO.00O. Fetera Trust Co. Tribe of Ban Bur, Mecca court No. 1. will, meet Thursday night at new hall, iJOI-lO Harney street. rilled for Theft John Kmitsen, la borer, was fined $35 and costs In polio court for the theft of $17 from John Kavel, a fellow laborer. Doth men re. stdo at downtown lodging houses. Bobs Booms at Hotel A sneakthlef prowled through several of the rootna in the Globe hotel Monday night and se cured $15 and a pair of new shoes be longing to Tom Martin and $10 from L, A. Wagner. Messenger Clerk. Improves Herbert Pfarsori, mesiengor clerk, who was tabbed by Pearl Bug?, a negro, Sunday night, is reported to be slightly better by the attaches at 8t Joseph's 'hos pital, where he has been confined since the trouble. Kw Cafe Open Thursday The King Joy oriental cafe, 1417 F&rnam street, will ppen its doors to the 'publlo Thurs day evening. It is stated that this is one of the finest equipped cafes of its kind In the middle west. All of the fur nishings, equipment and fixtures war Imported from China. DR. FREDERICK A-COOK ADDRESSES TECHNICAL CLUB : -15r. Frederick A. Cook, the arllc ex plorer, who maintains. bo discovered the North pole, gave a lengthy and technical leoturo on the "Dlscovory of the North Pole," before the Technical club ot Omaha at the Paxton hotel last night, A. large audience of members of the club attended the meeting and were given an opportunity to meet the distinguished ex plorer. Dr. Coolc recited tbe trials and tabulations of the arctic trip and sub. mltted his proofs of discovery. The lec ture .was an' Interesting one and Dr. (Cook gave the scenic side of the trip as well as the engineering side. Father "William F. Rlgge, professor of astronomy at Crelghton university, pre sided over the meeting and prepared the assembly for the address on the Arctio explorations with explanations of de termining geographical locations. Chief Campoltcan of the Arucuno tribe of Indians in Chile, who Is at the Orpheum this week, also addressed the club on the habits and customs of his people In South America. August Miller Declares Concrete Work Unfit to Hold Barco. CAVANAUOH JOINS IN KNOCK Foundation for Nctt PnTement De clared to Look Like 31 ml by Clrr Official Who Ilaa Made In spection of the Job, Sacred heart convent SCHOOL OPENS THURSDAY Even though the Eacred Heart academy has not been entirely repaired of the tornado damages the school will reopen Thursday for all of the various classes. It will have the effect, however, of limit ing the accommodations for the boarding jjuplls and only about twenty can be taken pare of at the convent until the large wing of the building ia completed. The contractors doing the work allow that It will.be, dope about the4lrst of the year. fy'tffc'!1?''''1 ' 'fj ' Last yeV? ther" were ninety boartlei-s and the outlook Is that 'the enrollment will be'xmichr larger this year.' August Miller caused the city council to sit up last evening by a communica tion Informing that body that the con crete base now being laid In readiness for the Sarco pavement on Q atreot is not what It ought to be. Councllmen John Cavanaugh and John Itlha backed up Miller's protest by stating that the al leged concrete base looked like mud. "Now is the time to make complaints of such things," said the mayor, "be fore tho Sarco Is spread over the base. Someone ventured to ask what the in spectors were doing and Mayor Hoctor told the audacious one that the council men were all officials and had power to act inr their own right. An ordinance covering the creation ot a new office one is created every lew weeks during the open aeaaon was In troduced, providing for an inspector ot seals and measures. John Badura, for mer councilman from the Fifth ward, is slated for the job. Sanitary Inspector Ed Burson reported that the sanitary sewers on Q street were connected with the storm water sewers, and recommended that the aante be dis connected. Plans for sewers on Hoctor Boulevard were approved.. Clerk Wheeler was Instructed to advertise for bids for constructing the sewers on Hoctor boule vard. James Parks, who was awarded the curbing and paving of M street, from Thirteenth to Twentyrfourth street, last week, sustained a council manlo glgback and had tbe curbtng part of the contract cut out. Bora Gather In New Yorfc. George Brewer yesterday received a let' ter from a number of men who are now rehearsing In New York City the days of long ago in, South Omaha. The letter la signed by a number of men who havo long since been dispersed over the United States, but who recently met in an lm promptu convention in New York City. Among those who took a leading part In tbe doings of the "old home conven tion" were Cty Attorney Henry C. Mur phy of South Omaha;, A. n. Kelly, former mayor of South Omaha, now a real estate man of New York City' B. R. Hawley and Pat Hughes of New York City, Charles E. Scarr of South Omaha, and William Holland of California. The let- ter is adoressed to aeorge Brewer, a former member of the firing squad and a delegate to the convention, but pre vented by press of business from attend, inc. The letter follows: NEW YORK CITY. Bent. ll.-Mr, George Brewer, South Omaha, Neb. Dear sir: Allow me to iruorm you tnat we greatest convention that was ever pulled off at New York City, was held at Madi son Square Garden September 8 at 10:30 a. m.f since v,uex" was a "pup." A motion was made isy- Pat Hughes, seconded by Hon. Henry Murphy, city attorney for South Omaha, that the ex- irayor oi sown umana, lion. A. be president of the convention. motion waa carried with great cheers. Kelly, This JACKSON SEVERELY HURT WHEN MOTORCAR UPSETS A. 3, Jackson, the undertaker, is at the Swedish Mission hospital in a serious condition from hurts received when his automobile went over a ten-foot embank mcnt on the south end of Carter lake yes terday -afternoop. Mr Jackson, with a companion; war returning to the city from a drive, and attempted to pass a light buggy. He drove far to one side of the road, which crumbied beneath the weight ot the ma chine knd" caused the fall. Mr. Jackson' companion waa unhurt CONCORDIA SINQERS TO -. DEDICATE BANNER SUNDAY -, The ' Concordia Singing society, an or-' sanitation of sixty-five members, will dedicate a beautiful banner Sunday, Sep tember' SS, at German H6m,e. The exer .cjse win begin at 8 o'clock and will in clude, besides snglng. a speech by Mayor jpa'riman. The women expect to make this quite an occasion, as they say it Is the first time in Omaha for the dedica tion of such a banner. w A Break for Liberty from stomach, liver and kldny trouble 'Is made when a 23o box of .Dr. King's New 'Life pills Is bought Why suffer? TOT aalp by Beaton Drug Co. Advertise ment ,fThe Persistent and Judicious Use of "Newspaper Advertising is tbe Road to Business 8ucceas. Hon. Will Holland made a motion, ended by Charles Scarr. that appointed secretary and treasurer of said convention, xne president caijea tn convention to order at 11:30 a. m., am then delivered a speech for an hour. uneeraiter cneer came rrom the audience Hon. Bert iiawiey or tn Union made a motion seuunded by Scarr. that it was time to cat and drink at the Waldorf. At 2:10 u. m., Pat Hughes sug gested taking a drive up Fifth avenue and calling on the Vanderbllts, Astors, GOulds and others. Following this trip through the city. Murphy proposed a trip to Coney Island, and after seeing an tne signis mere we returned to trie Convention hall at S d. m. The president once more called the meeting to order, and Pat Hughes made a motion, seconded by Murphy, that Kelly deliver a speech and tell the" ponijcai conouion in Boutn umana in 1800 and 1901. and why he (Kellvt rln1 tbe price on Dr. Enior with the Labor T . JIJ. V. 1 1 ' . i . i-icoo, cuuur uigjiK, mm now mucn Kelly) paid the Markeson Bros., the white elephant, also tell why ex-Mayor Johnston had a gatllnp gun stationed -it Twenty.fourth and N streets: why Mayor Hoctor owned Jetter's brewery for mo uoucjiin oi me uuicn. Aiier coin Into detail and exnlalnlnr said conril tlons he closed, wiahlnar his old friend health and prosperity through the coming bunch.) The convention then adjourned and it was suggested that we banquet at the Astor house, where wines, liquors and cigars flowly freely and toasts were said in Dcnau pc aa jonnsion, iioctor, Dr. Ensor, J. M. Tanner, Bruce McCulloch, W. B. Cheek, George Brewer, L. Ktter, w. P. Adklns, John Brlggs and others. lours iruiy. IU MURPHY, Secretary-Treasurer. South Omaha. B. R. HAWLKY. New York. ? PAT HljXJHKS, New York. C. B. 8CARR, South Omaha. WILLIAM HOLLAND. California. Disappointed Onea Object, South Omaha, which magically llyes and seems to thrive on squabbles, s said to be due for 'a new cue in the nature of a recall movement against Police Com missioners Hector, Donahue and Deylne. The movement wl probably hot amount to more than a street corner shout on the part of some upon whom the sun has failed to shine In the way of ap pointments to one job or another. Of course, there is much discontent and SPECIAL NOTICE Miss Clarice Stone, tho professional nlodol, and her assistants aro hero this week and will bo pleased to domonstrato any of tho nev stjica In ready-to-wear for your ploasure. WE ANNOUNCE IN ADVANCE A IHff Hporlnl Hnlo of COMFORTERS AND BLANKETS FOR FRIDAY NEXT The New and Beautiful in Women's Smart WEARING APPAREL Which We Are Featuring Wednesday Are Notable Examples of the Most Approved and Exclusive Styles for Fall NEVER beforo has our showing of womon's fine wearing apparel quite equalled tho one of this season. The demand for styles of pronounced individuality has been tho primo factor in this featuro and pur showing embraces all of the Btyles, colors and fabrics in accordance with tho popular ,and exclusive demand. New Tailored SuitsIndividuality the Keynote THE assemblage embraces ovorything that is most correct to the minutest detail. Fine imported models as well as many of which are copies of tho finest and most exclusivo importations, yet which havo beeu Americanized, creating styles which more readily appeal to Omaha women. The Prices Range $15.00, $19.75, $25.00 up to $125.00 CHARMING FALL COATS A superb aHBortmont, embracing all that's now. $12 . 50 up to $135.00 SMART NEW DRESSES For overy occasion, nowest materials and coIorliiRs. $19 . 75 up to $85 00 EXQUISITE NEW GOWNS Individual and exclusivo In design, rich materials. $25.00 up to $150 00 f Radiant, Picturesque MILLINERY A SATISFYING OPENING SALE WEDNESDAY THE very cream ot Paris the best models from each of tho famous French mil liners are represented here and you can chooso from thorn Wednesday at a splendid discount from tho regular price. They are hats that portray tho corroct and authentic fashions. Women have learned that hero In Orkln's big millinery show room they will see modef that are nuro to bo worn. Hats that aro wearable. TRIMMED if ATS Egularly priced $5.00 and $6.75, sale price, choice TRIMMED HATS Regularly priced $7.50 'and $8.75, sale price, choice $3 rs $5 TRIMMED HATS Regularly priced $10 and $12.50, sale price, choice TRIMMED HATS Regularly priced $15, horo Wednesday, at, choice $758 rs $10 Pretty New CREPE DE CHINES at $1.49 qnjjpi a i f One of the most favored materials this season. Offered to DlXvUili. yml Wednesday in all the new fall shad- Aim J g ings, including Terra Cotta, Melon, Mulberry", King's L I Ji i Blue Blue Louise, Pigeon Gray, elc. Strictly all silk and full 42 IJ fZw Inches wide. Wednesday, special for the yard. . , . , J V New DRESS GOODS, $1.50 Values, at 98c SPECIAL! ore's 11 dress goods special of unusual merit. ing includes such excellent and favored ma terials as Bedford cords, storm serges, mied suitings, otc, embracing evory popular color, in width CO to Bi' inqhes wldo. Regu lar $1.60 values,, special for Wednesday, at, the yard....,...,..,.. Tho offer- 98c UNDERWEAR WOMEN'S Union Suits, medium woight, white cotton, high neck, long sleeves; regular j v and extra sizes, ll:JC 59c values Corset Covers, 25c Women's Corset Covers, for cool evenings, high cr neck, long sleeves, ZlJC white cotton Child's Union Suits Children's Union Suits, white cotton, medium weight, j drop seats, 69c 4a)C values w Child's Hosq, 17c Boys' or girls' ribbed black cot ton hoae, good woight for school. Special at 3 -tpj pairs for BOc; Binglo I7C pair. iOrkin Bros. 16th and Harney.; Closing Out the Big GROCERY SOAP, Elec tric Spark or Crystal White, 7 for 25 n A K I NO VOWSSJ, Cup- SVRUP, Can Ada Woods Maple and cn, 7X bottls... ev LYE, Bab bitt's fin pure lye, au smm ddbd WIDAI or Nuts... SWIFT'S ;rsnm Clean ser, 10c Cn osn uu BLUKING, qt, J"51" go for PANCAKE Capitol... SOUPS, as sorted flavor, enn 7lrt only au BAR D IN IS S, Mustard, Qq UAOARONI or fipwrh e 1 1 1, Essie lQ brand... W3U WORCESTER 1901, im ported, I fUn bottle.. 'V BLACK siir sis- KM, special, per I So can .... V OHERRIH8, Hep pit- I En S WW ted, MEAT DEPT CLOSING out every item, raro bargains. No phone or C. O. D. orders. HAMS Small, quality guaranteed, per lb BACON STRIPS Loading brands, per lb. , 104c 21c Strictly Pure Lard 3-Pound Pails, 35c 5-Pound Pauls, 65c 10-Pound Pails, $1.30 ASPARAG U S, Llbbey'a 2M-XU. can ma- S T 2o for .... YEA pkif. .... QILLE T T E'S WAS usq TAI, dr. I s.aU CORN rXiAXXBL Bun shine, 10a ftn Vig- VM SALT, regular 10a atck stn for 00 SALMON, 1-Jb. tall cnn 8 tor 25 O II E BSE, Swiss, fanoy domes- 9 En Uc. lb... ZOO SPIOE8, Pick- lb i WaO COFFEE, Ideal M fl n blend, lb. COWEE, Our very best 45c lb. for.. TEAS, BBdOrt- 55o TEA SIFT- as., ioq GRAPE JUICE 50o QRAPE JUICE ... 5Qo STARCH. Klnn ford, Oloss or Tln Corn. ptg, Orkin Brof. 16 NOTION SALE Hair Pin Cab inets, 136 to tho cabinet, as aortoci 1 A sizes. , . ,Xlv. Fearlbone Col lar Supporters 6 on 1 fk curd. . . .AUC Coat and Skirt Hanger's, full nickel, well mado. 1 n . . , .lut. each Irpnisg Wax, with wood - handle. . . ,1C Cotton Tape, best quality; 3 yards to J the piece. Hooks and Eyes, 24 to the curd 8 Cards, 5t Sand or Stand ing Mir- A rors....iU English Super White Tape, (J pioces to the bun die, 1-16 wide. ... 15c Pearl Buttons, smoked, come in all sizes from 18 to 60 on-card. 10c White Pearl Buttons, come In three aires, lr C dozen.'. , . 3C Safety. P ias, that will nob rust, 12 on Card 8 Cards, th and Harney.; criticism of the board for the general condition of thins" In South Omaha at this time, The board Is beinff blamed by more than seventy men, who failed to land Jobs op the fire department, while a few ambitious to serve upon the police force Are temporarily withholding their Jclcka. It has been said for some days that recall petitions were to be clrcu. lated against three men. but so far no petitions have mado their appearance. It Is said that gambling and open saloons are operating a . In the past. Baloons In some localities of the cty . -3 FORMAL OPENING I Kins Joy Oriental Cafe 1 1417 Fmrnam Street Thursday Evening, Otver Farnarn Street Theater September 18th, 6 P. Af. MUSIC SPECIAL MENU SOUVENIRS The King Joy Cafe will open formally to Omaha Thursday evening at 6 P. M. Wo extend a cordial invitation to visit this the most elaborately furnished Oriental Cafe in the middle west. A special menu has been prepared for our opening. A surprise is in store for you. It will be a scene of beauty, gay in colors, brilliant with light and fragrant with flowers. . . j . Special King Joy Service We wish to announce that we specialize in. American, Oerman, French and Chinese Dishes. A quiet, orderly conducted placer-charming and restful, a com- bination of Oriental and Occidental service an atmosphere of refinement will preyaii at all times. I COME AND BRING THE FAMILY it Is claimed think little of leaving their doors wide open after hours. Doable Shift Today By orders of the Fire and Police com mission the newly appointed firemen will report for duty today and the double shift will have been Installed in South Omaha. Three men have been allotted to each shift In every fl hall expept No. 1, which will have about six. The depart ment will amount to thlrtyslx men now. Boy Falls from Tyee. Leo Krause, Jl-yer-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Krause, Nlpeteenth and Madi son streets, sustained Injuries about the head and body Sunday evening, when he fell from a tree in his parent's yard. The lad had been playing about th yard and tried tq climb a tree. He bad reached a distance of twenty-five feet when he lost his balance and came tumbling to the ground. Dr. Frederick O. Beck attended the Injured lad. Iloldregre to Talk Vlndnqts. , Oeneral Manager a. W. Holdrege of the Burlington railroad has notified Coun cilman Henry Hartnett and the Orchard Hill Improvement club that ha will be glad to meet with them any time after September 25, In conference on the ques tion of erecting viaduct at Forty-third street over the Burlington tracks. Tbe club will hold a meeting at Cassidy's hall, next Saturday night. Opening Night on AUry. Opening night at Qarlow'a bowling alley was illuminated last night by speeches from Mayor Hoctor and John Hlnchey. Martin's Tigers won high place of the evening and defeated Jetter's Gold Tops two out of three games. South Omaha Ice company beat Culkln'a Tailors two out of three games also. The hall was filled by a crowd of spectators, including about twenty. five women. At the end ot the games re freshments were served. Manual training departments In the Cor rl ran, Lowell and Madison schools were ordered last night by the Board of Education. Petitions looking to the in crease ot salaries for principals and kindergarten teachers were presented and discussed by the board. The Installation of manual training de partments In all the ward schools means the retention of a number of new In PMbUo schools that they be jtfven an In creasa in salary was granted by the school board. A rUe of S per month will be given all principals. The scale will run as follows: For schools of 3 or 4 rooms $ Si For .schools of 4 or 6 rooms W ror schools or e or 7 rooms...,,,.... t For schools of 8 or 9 rooms.... 1u For school of 10 or 11 rooms, 103 For schools of 12 or 12 rooms 110 For school of 14 or it rooms IIS For schools of 1C to 1 rooms 120 At present there are no schools with more than fifteen rooms, so the limit Is $115. New Fireman Injured. Axel Dahlgreen, one of tho firemen ap pointed by the Fire and Police board to go on duty op the double shift today, severely lacerated his arm irom wrist to elbow yesterday when he was caught in the mlllmeter at Swift's. Yesterday was to have been his last day's employment at Swift's, and he was to become a fire man today, but the Injured limb will confine him to his home for two weeks. Howard Still Fighting. One of Governor John Moreheld's ap pointees in South Omaha has promised certain corporation nabobs to remove Jen Howard frpm the slate pay roll, It Is said. At least three corporation super boslrs, It is understood, are anxious to get Howard's scalp because of his labor activities in the past', and some chagrin has been expressed at the dilatory tactics and 111 success that has attended the well meant efforts of the gubernatorial ap pointee who promised to sret Howard' Job. Of course, the work of prying Mr. Howard away from his meal ticket was to bo done In a purely scientific way. It did not matter that Howard had de served well of the governor nor that he had worked long and faithfully in tho Interests of the laboring people of the city. In fact, while Howard was in the legislature, he Is said to have made a record that will look quite unashamed beside those of the men who are trying to take his job and his bread and butter away from him. Single City Gossip. Optima club will hold George Brewer have re. ine UDIlma Club will hnM a Wednesday evening at the Centurion club Mr. and Mrs. iurnea rrpm a short motor trip out In the state, St. Martin's Woman's Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. aeorge Francis Wednesday afternoon. For a case, of Jetter's Old Age or Gold Top beer call So. SC. Prompt delivery to all parts of the city. Wm, Jetter, Mesdames Harry Marling and Fred Towl will entertain the Tug-o-war club Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Marling. The local lodge of Bedmen held an Im portant meeting at their club roos last night, at which a number of Important uuiJjKcis were aiscussea. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Akofer will l,iv. in a few days for Miles City, Mont., where they will probably locate. M Akofer has disposed of his two meat markets wheh he has conducted in this city for a number of years. He is accounted one ct the best young business mon ot South Omaha. "The Wllllnir "Workers will meet s the Fret Christian church, Twenty-third and I. sireeis, weanesaay arternoon. The Brown Park Ladles' Aid society will meet Wednesday at 2 o'clock at the Mission houec. at m South Twentieth street Thj Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith, died yesterday at the family residence on' Fort Crook Boulevard. The funeral will be held this morning at 10 o'clock at the residence to Bellevue ceme tery. Wo can sett you a' ton of screened lump coal tor U.iO delivered. Good value. BroadwelMloberts Co.. 2413 N St. Phono t'oulh A committee of South Omaha saloon men, headed by Jim Lowry and Sol Golstrum, watted upon the South Omaha city council yesterday afternoon for the purpose of persuading that body to pass an ordinance v against frqo lunches In saloons, Some of the saloonmen favor the move, while others are opposed to it. Joseph Peschek and Mike Culkln claim the prize for landing tho first bag of ducks this season. Cnnght a Dad Celd. "Last winter my son caught a very bad cold and the way he coughed was something dreadful," writes Mrs. Barah 15. Duncan of Tipton, lowu. "We thought sure he was going Into consumption. We bought Just one bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and that one bottle stopped his cough and cured his cold completely." For sale by all tiruggtsts.-. Advertisement ,,j QUALITY HARD COAp ALL SIZES, $10.50 Per Ton of 2,000 Pounds ! (NUT SIZE EXCEPTED) Placo Your Order Now; We will dillver It when you are ready CALL US FOR PRICES ON ALL OTHER GRADES -It Will Pay You Cut Price Coal Co. nuiw f k S VI wa I CALL US FOR PRICES ON A ROSENBLATTS 1223 NICHOLAS Tel. Doug. 53t structor. The request of the principals of the