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ME BKE. OMAHA, Tl ESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1914.
BBIEF CITY NEWS .OUTLINE BIG xv wwM-flow ocacon it5. Ministers Plan "do-to-Church" Cam- MOVEMENT detectives must report REGULARLY TO THE CHIEF A&KS ELECTION INJUNCTION the eloctlon oommlMlontr law probably Ihm th nolo authority to illetatn to the Want Grain Men on Ul.ctrlo Snppllei Durseta-Granden Co. Xncwns tax blanks and assl.tanc. with them Is offered by tho Peters Trust com pany, 1622 Farnam street, without obliga tion or charge. M. A. Hall sails Hons M. A. Halt lias sold to J. C, Johnson the brick apart ment house nt Thirty-first avenue and Dodge street for J2J.0CU. To R.patr City Ball Boilers An or dinance provldlnu for the repair of the vlty Jiall boilers at a cost of J1S.000 naj pasted by the city commission. Th.at.r Tax Ordinance laid Over An ordinance providing for a tax of 10 cents per scat on all theaters used as moving picture houses was laid over for a week by the city commission. Ryd.r and Kanunel to Talk City Com missioners Ryder and Hummel will ad dress tho Southeast Improvement club this cvenlnff In the new Bancroft school, Seventh and Bancroft streets. State Bask of Omaha 4 per cent paid on time deposits; 3 per cent paid on sav ings accounts. All deposits in this bank are protected by the depositors' guaran tee fund of the state of Nebraska, Buycrg Oo to Haw Tort Frank M. rtapaljo and Charles 31. Pbdd, buyers for the Orchard & Wllhelm Co., left Sunday night for Now York whero thov will purchase goods for the coming1 spring season. Carson "Will Address league II, F. Carson, Btato superintendent of .No braska Anti-Saloon league, will speak before the economic letigua this evening at 8'o'clock. The meeting will be held at tho court house and the topic of Mr. Carson's address will be "What Does It Cost?" 8w.ltohraan Caught Betwetn Cart C. II. Lewis, MIS North Eighteenth street, switchman 'employed by the Omaha rail road, w&b caught between two cars on ,the Beebe & Uunyon siding at Eighth and Dodgo street Monday morning and badly , bruised. It was thought at first that the man x suffered Internal injuries, but ex amination by Dr. R. B. Harris provoJ otherwise. IJleil of I'ncnmonln is seldom written of those who cure coughs and colds with Dr. King's Now Dlscovery, Get a bottle today. COc and . All druggists Advertisement. JOHN BURKE TO SPEAK AT COMMERCIAL CLUB SATURDAY United States Treasurer John Burke Is to be the speaker for the publlo affairs luncheon of the Commercial club this week. The publlo affairs luncheon has been put off untlt Saturday noon in order to havo Mr. Burke for a speaker, as he is to be in Omaha on that day to address the Crclghton University Founders' day banquet that evening. Mr. Burke Is ex- governor of North Dakota. lie will deal with matters concerning the treasury. with especial reference to the new cur -ency law and the income tax law. FOR FACE AND HANDS CUTICURA 50AP And Cuticura Ointment are world favorites because so' effective in restoring the natural purity and beauty of the skin, scalp, hair and hands when marred by un sightly conditions.', Uutlcur 6ot nnd Olntmtnt told throuikout lit worlA. Uberit umpl of ech mailed fr, with 32-p. bewk. Addren "Cuticura." Dept. fH, Boston. Mea who ihY ud th.mpcm with Cuticura Soap will Bod It btt tor ikla asd acalp, paign for March 29. ORGANIZE TO FURTHER WORK Committee Arc Appointed for Va rlonn Department Labor Next Snnilnjc Dculgnnteil nn "(lmrltj- Day." ! A union "Qo-to-church" campaign of all churches, and creeds, with tho hope that every church In Omaha nnd vicin ity will bo filled to capacity on the opening Sunday. March 59. was out lined at the meeting of the Omaha Min isterial association nt tho Young Mens Christian association. A general committee of five ministers was appointed to ovcrseo tho campaign and organlro It. rtov. Frederick T. Itouso of the First Congregational church was mndo chairman and tho other mem bers arc Itcv. 11. n. Spear of the Cen tral United Presbyterian church, Itev. Jasper .Howell of tho. First Baptist church, Rev. Charles AV. McCaskllt of the Itanscom Fark Methodist church and Bev. O. D. Baltzlcy of tho Kountre Mem orial church. Committees on publicity, labor unions, finance, fraternal bodlci nnd other mat ters will be chosen by tho main commit tee. Nowspaper, billboard, street car, poster and other advertising will bo done, so that all pvoplo. of whatever occupation or station in life, may be In terested In church attendance and in duced to bo present at tho big opening services and those that will follow con tinuously in all churches. Tho Commer cial clutj will also be asked to lend as sistance In the matter. Knch Church ncirrentetl. The Church Federation of Omaha, con sisting of tho pastor and one or two laymen from each church, started the movement last week at Its quarterly meeting. Bev. Dr. Speor is president or the federation, and brought tho matter before the Ministerial union. Co-opera ting with the two bodies, all organisa tions of churchmen in the city will work to make the plan produce a revolutionary and permanent wave of cliurch-goins among tho public. In accordance with a resolution pro posed by nev. C. N. Dawson of Diets Memorial Methpdist church and adopted by the Ministerial association, next Sun day will be -Charity day" In churches. In connection with the plan, Bev. Dr. McCasklll opposed devoting any rooncy to a breadline, nnd It was cxplatned that such charity work was not contemplated. Rev. J. A. Maxwell, pastor of the Cal vary Baptist church, read a paper n Some Danger Signals We Bhould Heed, which was discussed by tho preachers. To Endorse Knael. Rev. Charles W. McCasklll made brief remarks commending Tollco Commis sioner A. V. Kugcl for the law enforce ment work he is doing and urged that the Ministerial union take action to' en dorse, encourage and sustain him. Ttev, Grant Fischer of tho Dundco Pres byterian church, president of tho associa tion, said that a prominent business, rnan had told him that If the ministers en dorsed Kugcl opposition to tho latter bmiM Vi moro vigorous than. ever. Rev. Dr, McCasklll then agreed that no formal resolution had better bo passed by tho ,ininn. liut said that the ministers should personally- assure Commissioner Kugel of their endorsement and support, so long as he continued;!)! policy,. otJtrlct law. enforcement. To Keen Out of 1'npcr.. Rev. Dr. BalUlcy then remarked thnt some subjects discussed by tho minis ters should be kept out or ins news papers. Ho moved that the reporters present be courteously requested by the union to omit all mention of any en dorsement of TCugcl. Rev. F. P. Ramsay' defended the right of reporters to print all proceedings at meetings to which they have been ad mitted. He told the preachers that they should not say anything they did not want made public and that they should fear no true report of what they do and say. Rev. Dr. Baltaley's motion was subse quently withdrawn, and no moved, with a second from Rev. Dr. McCaBklll, that hereafter tho Ministerial union have a press committee to glve out all news officially. The matter was continued until tho next meeting without a voto being taken. chief of Detectives Maioney has got the Street Car Company Seeks to Enjoin bulletin habit strong and has posted an- Vote Oil FnTCS March Ten. other missive tended to darken tho live of his hands. The latest advk-o Is to the effect that nil detectives shall ' report regularly their whereabouts, at -the given time set for their reporting, unless they shall bo detailed on some case that car ries them beyond tho city limits. Strict attention to this rulo will furnish tho chief with a pair of detectives every fif teen mtnulesthroughout the day. Terslstent Advertising u the Road to Dullness Success. HEARING WEDNESDAY MORNING ItcatrnlitliiK Order Mlitrtnl tiy Judge Srnra nnd Cnsc Will He Deter mined After Court Pre rntntlon. OPPOSED TO INTERSTATE TRAFFIC IN CONVICT GOODS The Omaha Manufacturers' association Is opposed to the Interstate shipment of convict made goods. At tho last meet ing of the executive commltteo resolutions were passed supporting the bill in con gress which seeks this end.' Tho Omaha nnd Council Bluffs .Street Railway company, In an Injunction suit brought against Blectlon Commissioner Moerhead, nska tho district court to for bid tho holding of u special election Mtireh 10, at which time the socialists' demand for seven fares for a qunrter is scheduled to be submitted to the voters. A restraining order was acrordlngly slgncd by Judge Hears and the cat was set for hearing Wednesday morning. Decision of the court as to the con stitutionality of tho Initiative and refer- will bo secured as it result of tho suit fluce these questions aro raised by John I. Webster, attorney for th company. That tho statute rotating to the tnltlu tlvo. and reforendum contains n provision that the council shall submit an ordinance to tho voters after It lias fulled to pass It when other required conditions tire complied with; that In such case the mayor shall It-sue tho election proelamu t'on, nnd that tho city authorities have no right to trunster their duties nnd powers to the election commissioner l alleged In tho plaintiff's petition. Tho election commissioner, it Is us scried, litis no authority to fix the time for the election. A large number of legal constitutional questions are presented for solution by the court In the street railway company's petition. Allrire t.'lty Is I'tmrrlr... Thcso Includo allegations that tho city has no power to rcgulato fares; that the street railway company, and thnt n suit to compel tho granting of seven fares for a quarter nlrcudy Is pending before that body; that tho city and the railway nimmlnl.. ,u ...... .. , ' nun win cannm sianu, nnu uini me pro- 1 committee of posen ordinance would impair commit Executive Committee The Omaha (train exchange has beeu asttnl to submit the name of one of it the Commercial club, In order that tho exchabgo may bd repre sented on the governing committee of tlv club. Tho member who Is elected will likely be, made the head of the grain com mtttpo ot tho Commercial club and will fill the vacancy occasioned by the rcrig nation ot C. M. Wllhelm. rights and take nronortv without due process of InW contrary to the federal constitution. It Is also alleged that petitions of reg istered voters on which tho call for the election Is based are defectlvo for lack of sufdeent signature. Tho election commltsloucr law having repealed former registrations. It Is asserted, many ot the names on the petitions nre not those of properly registered voters. An ordinance submitted under the In Itlntlvo low should bo voted upon nt the ' I:. C. Dunn, 4705 .Mason street, sample next general election, It Is alleged, man for the M. K. Smith company, cam rather than at n special election. Tho MAN WITH SMALLPOX WALKS INTO STATION election scheduled for Mnrrh 10 Is a. special election, nnd a voto on thevudl Initiative and referendum law Is uncon-' torlum bonds also Is on the program for stltutlonal; that by statute nnd by con-1 that date. to pollen headquarters shortly before noon with a well developed easo ot smallpox. He was removed to the peit h on no and the station is being fumigated. I item WIcomd by Many Men This recipe can be filled at home, so that no one need know of another's troubles, as the in gredlentn Can be obtained sepa rately at any well stocked drug store. They are In regular una and nvwiy different prescription)! are constantly neing- nilea witn T them. T This will prove a welcome bit of T information for all those who are T overworked, gloomy, despondent, nervous and have trembling limbs, t. heart palpitation, dUziness, cold . extremities, insomnia, fear with- i out cause, timidity in venturing', 4 and general Inability to act na- 4- turally and rationally as others do, because the treatment can bo 4- prepared secretly at home and f taken without any one'B knowl- edge. T overworked office men nnd the many victims of society's late hours and dissipation will, it lu epld, find the restorative they aro In need of. Irthe reader decides to try It, get three ounces of ordinary syrup saraaparllla compound and one ounce compound fluid balmwort; mix and let atand two hour: then get one ounce compound essence -r caruiui ana one ounce tincture ca- domene compound (not cardamon), mix all together, shaje well and take a teaspoonf ul after each meal and ona when retiring. A certain well-known medical r, expert uiseris inm mousanug or j, men nnn many women are surrer- era all, because of dormant clrcu fi Utlon of the blood and a conse- qeumuu impairment or me nervous ri. force, which licx'ets the most 4 j dreadful symptoms and untold 4- misery Advertisement j 'f'HHHW'H-'I'W'I' Plenty of Ice May Be Harvested Here Generally, the companies putting up Ice arc hopeful of securing a normal supply, regardless ot tho fact that there Is no Immediate prospect of colder weather coming within tho next few days. How ever, at the offices of the Omaha Ice and Cold Storage company they are pessi mistic The men who run this concern laid off all their forces on Carter lake yesterday on account of thfc Chinook wind cutting the ice and softening the surface. The cooler weather last night put the ice In better condition and the forces returned to -work today. All around Omaha ten-Inch ice is being cut and others than tho Omaha Ico and Cold Storage men believe they are going to be able to fill their houses. Yesterday work started at Louisville, where on the sand pits fifty men were given employment. The force web doubled this morning, nnd tho output will run .about twenty cars per day, all of which is coming Into Oamaha. At Seymour lake, Ashland, Memphis and Meadow the forces on tho ice have been materially increased since last week, and with four to six days more of cold neather, the usual quantity would be cut and housed. You bat'fi Slunry When you buy Foley's Honey and Tar Compound becauso just a few dosce stops the cough and heals the cold, one bottle lasts a. lour time, and the last dose Is as good as tho first. Mrs. S. S. ti., 24 Van Buren St., Kingston, X. "X says: "Father had lagrlppe and his cough was something terrible and he could not sleep. Foley's Honey and Tar not only stopped his coughing, but It brought my voice back to me after a severe case of bron chitis and laryngitis." For sale by all dealers' everywhere. Advertisement. Key to the Situation Deo Advertising. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS 11. A. Scandrett. the Union Pacific's Interstate, commerce attorney, is in the city from Chicago, in consultation with the company's legal department here. A. J. Hlmpion, tor more than twenty five years with the Welts-Fargo Bxproa company and for ten years the i-om-pany's general agent here, has resigned to accept the position ot manager of thp Samson Duplicate letter rompany Mr Hampton Is succeeded by (' D Wolff of Cedar Rapids. Is WHILE THE SUPPLY LASTS A Handsome LEATHER POUCH With 10c Worth of PIPER Heidsieck Chewing Tobacco This leather pouch is made of handsome tan leather the flap fastens tight with a patent snap clasp, that keeps the pouch closed when you want it closed, yet opens instantly at your touch. This offer is made to get niore men acquainted With the wonderful qualities of PIPER Heidsieck Chewing Tobacco. (Only one pouch to a customer.) PIPER ML JL.Jl MrMV Heid 518 C k CHEWING TOBACCO (Champagne Flavor) We want every chewer in this city to take advantage of this offer. Every man who loves a good chew will prize this handsome, handy, serviceable leather pouch. 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This Free Leather Pouch with Clasp is offered by the enterprising merchants whos names appear below. Their supply of Leather Pouches is limited and they cannot obtain more so call on the nearest of these up-to-date dealers right away. Get 10c worth of PIPER Heidsieck and ask for the Leather Pouch. FREE. THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY II. IJKflHIilX & SON. 1-105 Douglas Ht. WM. BKNNETT, 718 S. lflUi SU JOB JlEMtOSE, 1300 X. 24 Ui Ht. MRS. J. M. IllOOM, 4023 N. 24th St. D. Cia,LEX, 721 I'nrk Ave. THE OLD HOMKHTEAD, 1312 Douglas Ht. V. DUSATKO, 1201 8. 13th Ht. DURHAM' CIGAR STORK, 317 8. 17th St. OTELDB & GAHAGKN, 1012 H. IOUi St. . D. D. FINKENBTEIN, 1110 Farnam Ht. GETTEX & WICIWAM CIGAR STORE 511 S. 10th St. GOTTEN & WICKHAM CIGAR STORE 1322 Farnam Hf. ... KO. A. GRAHAM, 31 U S. loth Ht. R. II. GOFF, 200 S. 11th Ht. F. GREENDERG, 500 S. 10th Ht. U. G. HARLQUIST, 2717 Lruvcmvorth Ht. H. HU.MFERT, 2300 H. Kith Ht. HAXKCOM PARK I'll A It., I'ark and Woohvorth His. e. v. HEGirr, 40th and Hamilton Ht. ED. JEXSEX, 1810 Leavenworth St. JOHN'S CIGAR STORE, 10th and Harney St. G. Al. JEWELL, 1 121 Howard fit. CHAS. .TACOBHES, 14 18 X. 21th St. HT. E. JORDEN, 2013 Leavenworth St. K. & M. CIGAR STORK, 10th and Dodgo HI. II. S. KING, 2238 Farnam St. MKTROPOLITAX POOL HALL, 1518 Cnpltol Ave. E. .KARSCH, Vinton ami Elm St. J. L. KOLER, .1210 X. 21th St. C. C. LOGAN, Florence, Xch. LYMAN & I1RENNAN, 2208 S. 10th StM. MYERS-DILLON DRUG CO., 10th and Farnam SU. X. MANTKLL CO., 1808 Farnam St. FRANK MOKRY, 322 S. 13th St. PHIL G. MOELLER 2412 Cuming St. NORMAN'S PLACE, flIO S. 10th St. NILES & MOSER CIGAR COMPANY, I .'0(1 Farnam St. NILES & MOSER CIGAR OO.MFANY, Iflth and Farnam Ht. PHELPS CIGAR CO., 1804 Farnam St. TONY POHPILSIL, 1203 S. Oth Ht. . D. M. RUSH, 1811 Harney Ht. C. H. RICHARDS, 2223 Cuming St. D. J. SCILMIDT, 102!) Leavenworth St. SACHS CIGAR CO., 220 H. 14th St. It. A. SCHNEIDER, 2331 Leavenworth St. SEILER DRUG CO., 213 X. 23th St. LOUIS J. 8WORODA, 1230 S. 10th St. GEORGE SIERT, Florence, Neh. R. J. SAUNDERS, 10th nnd Sprague Sts. ERNEST H. TINDELL, 2003 MIHtnrr Ate., llenaon, Neb. TRACY IJROS. CO., 1314' Farnam St. TRACY BROS. CO., 1413 Douglas St. ; TRACY BROS. CO., 1323 Douglas St. UNITED CIGAR STORES COMPANY", 1331 Farnam St. UNITED CIGAR STORES COSIPAXY, 1402 Farnam St. WEN6TRAXD RROS., IOUi and Dodgo SU. WALKTN8HAW & HOUSE, 300 S. 10th St. WALNUT HILL PHAR., 10th and Cuming Ht. MRS. C. A. AVOLF, 2103 leavenworth Ht. J. H. WINEINGA, 2401 Leavenworth St. Y A VERT llltOS., 2001 Sherman Ave. J. 11. GRAHAM, 2303 S. 20th St. SINGER BROS., 230 1 S. 32d Ave, SOUTH OMAHA CONTINENTAL- CIGAR & NEWS STAND, 138 X. 2 1th St. C. CHRISTIANSEN, 2423 N St. ERNEST E. DERBY, 410 X. 24th St. A. HARM, 144 X. 24th St. DANIEL LAWVER, Under Q St. Viaduct WALTER J. SliATE, 302 X. 20th St. S. STEINBERG, 2705 Q St. TOBINS PHARMACY, ' 21th and N Sts. H. STANKK, 21th nnd L Sts, 1 Mi