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THE BEE: OMAHA, WiSDMSSDAY, APKIL 2L 1DU.
SKINNER COMPANY DOUBLED Macaroni Manufacturing Firm Build Hew Factory at Once. to TWO NEW MEN IN THE FIRM Nerr TMnrtt Iiocalcil nt Fourteenth nml JncUnon Streets nnil In to ' ' Be Seven Stories lllnh f Sella Iw Thirty States. The Sktnnor Manufacturing company has doubled Its capital stook and is to build a now seven-story factory at one at the southeast corner of FourUonth and Jackson strcols. The offices of tlio company sny they are now going to make Omaha the macaroni city of the country, as they hold this new factory will be tlio largest in the country. The Skinner Manufacturing company has been en gaged In tlio manufacture of macaroni at Twelfth and Jackson streets for three year. The prcfent plant Is no lonor large enough to turn out the supply to meet the Increased demand. The high coat of meat Is said to he responsible for the lncreated demand for these products. Doubles Capital Stock. Monday night the stockholders met and amended the articles of Incorporation, doubling tho capital stock, Increasing It from PM.0O) to Hto.000. The company has just bought a quarter of block of track age through the McCaguo Investment company nt Fourteenth and Jackson street The contract for the excavation hsa been let to tho Partridge-Thompson company. Harry Lawrlo Is the architect for the building. The new factory Is to be of pressed brick and reinforced con crete, fireproof throughout. It Is to be a, Urge, modern, sanitary and perfectly equipped factory- IJIds will be asked for as roon as the architect completes the plans, and the building le to be teady for occupancy In four months. The present factory build ing at Twelfth and Jackson streets wilt ' then be placed on the market ' New Men In Company, Alt of the new stock has been taken up by the. present stockholders with the exception of a heavy Interest which was taken by Gottlieb Storz and another In tercet by Michael Shirley. The officers and directors of the company, to whom much of Its auccesi Is due, are' Taut "P. Skinner,' president and treasurer; John W. Welch, vice president; Robert Oil more, secretary; 15. A. Illgglns, T. J. Dwyer and John Douglas, directors. The company Is now Betting Its products In thirty states. ACCEPTS POSITION WITH THE I BUKQESS-NASH COMPANY. jMawawW SsawawawawawawawsawK; under cover. It leaked out In time to turn the surprise on them. Mr. Hall has been employed at tllo drug store for the last three years and Is a favorite among tho omploycs of the establishment, so when thry learned by a secret tip thet a secret wedding wns being slipped over on them, they ret the stago for n surprise and a charivari. A silver set, flowers, lots of rice and a speech from the management Kreeted the couplo when they stepped tn tho store after the ceremony. They will reside at 118 North Twenty seventh street and will bo home In a couplo of weeks. IWffl Make Effort to Collect on Old Police Court Bonds A I tU'TH A It Tlutli, until three weeks ago with the Nebraska nothing company, has accepted a position with the Hurgess Nosh company an floor manager. Mr. Ruth has many friends In Omaha and has worked lit various times for Albert Cahn, 1323 Farnsm street; N. It. Falconer company, now Thomas Kllpatrlck & Co. He occupied positions as buyer and head of departments with there concerns cov ering n period of morn than twenty years. Mr. Hnth cume to Omaha from Toronto, Canada, when he was a boy. SECRET TIP LETS OUT CASHIER'S WEDDING Even , thougli Miss Helen Cannon, cashier at Hhermnn & McConnell's, Six teenth and Dodge streets, and Ituymond Hall. 1S11 North Twenty-seventh street, exercised nil of the strategy they could muster In keeping their secret wedding Munger to Clear Jury Case Docket As soon as tho hearing of a number of equity casts In completed. Judge William H Munger will start on the task of clearing the docket of Jury cases, and In anticipation of this, a number of new petit Jurors have been summoned for thr- United States district court, to re port for duty on Thursday, April 23. The following Jurors have been drawn: Andy Alien, Blair; James Alnscow, 13Ci South Thirty-fifth; Patrick Hannon, Ran dolph; James M. Ucman, 2831 Jackson; Robert Cato, Valley; F. P. t lotlier, Plntto Center; Fred Dletr, Kcrlbner; Hdward Gow, Rellevle; George- Hartwlg, Pender; Thomas F. Lynch, Plalto Center; Moses Logusn, 702 Houth Seventeenth; Fred Rnbcler, Jr., liclgh; Alex Richardson. Omaha; Walter K. Kmlth, Homer, and James P. fiperman, Papllllon. Persons who have signed bonds of of fenders convicted In police court who appeal to district court and fall to ap pear, are likely to experience increased difficulty In evading liability as the re sult of a method adopted by Judgo Eng lish, who Is now engaged In disposing of more than 400 of these cases. In all cases where It appears the bonds aro of value, and (specially In frequent Instances when ono bondsman has "gone to the front" torjrom a doren to twenty offenders, the Judge Is setting dates for trial rather than forfeiting bonds at onco. As a result, bondsmen will have duo no tice and scant excuse for falling to pro duce their principals. The dispute, which has lasted for years, as to whether the county attorney or the school board's attorney should sue bonds men, still exists. The school board Is entitled by law to the revenue from for feited bonds In cases of violation of city ordinances, but in the past ulsd has been receiving small amounts which have been collected In cases In -which violations of state laws aro involved, it is said. Key to the Situation bwe Advertising. 7. 2- ' 7& rZo-uje. 63 OCVU- J. B. Lindsey Still Missing from Home No word has been received by the fam ily or friends of J. B, l.lndeey, who dis appeared from his home at 816 South Thirteenth street, a week ago Monday apparently without reason. Lindsey, who was an employe of the Standard Chemical company and a son-in-law of John T. Yates, Is being sought by tho po lice bf various cities In an effort to re turn, him to his family. Our latest tea triumph the "Orange Label" Blend 30c a half pound Your Grocer has it. City Dads to Have Rules for the Small Slaughter Houses An ordinance designed to correct abuses In smalt slaughter houses was Introduced Into the city council and referred to committee, of the 'whole. It provides that no animals may be slaughtered nor meat sold which have not been inspected by government officers unless "passed" by a city inspector. Rules similar to those In force In slaughter houses regulated by the government are provided In the or dinance, The council agreed to advertise for bids for two motorcycles to be used for general purposes by the police depart ment, and bids on the new car to be pur Shased for City Health Physician Connell were opened, The low bid was 1674, while' fcl old machine will be sold for SIM. An ordinance forbidding the use of the City's boulevards for the teaching of in experienced persons to drive automobiles "was passed. Benson to Form a Militia Company Ready to Go to War t The first volunteers In Nebraska and probubly In the United States tq go to! the front in the anticipated Mexican war' (ire to come from Benson. Permission to' organise a company of militia for tho 'express purpose of serving in Mexico was secured from Adjutant General Hall us) soon as possible after lluerfa declined to salute tho. United Btates flag, and nr-j rangements have been mado for a mass meeting, at which the company will bo formed. The meeting Is to be held In the city hall Friday evening and tho company will .be a part of tho Elxth regiment, Nebraska National guard. WINDHEIM RE-ELECTED . SEEDMEN'S SECRETARY " Henry Q. Windhelm of Omaha was re elected treasurer of the Western Seeds men's association at its thirteenth annual meeting at Hotel Rome Monday. Other officers re-elected were H. A. Johns of Sioux City, president; C. C. Mamie of Minneapolis, vice president; Mel U Web ster ot independence, la., secretary. Favorable conditions In the seed tradu we reported. About fifteen members attended tho sessions and a lunch held .at noon. Omaha will also be the meeting place for tho 1215 annual gathering. READ Every Song in This Volume Is an Acknowledged Old Favorite lflld LIST A Torpid J,lver gives a sallow complexion- Take Dr. King's New IJfe Pills and rid the sys tem of Impurities, Look healthy. S5c All druggists. Advertisement. FINE ARTS SOCIETY TO MEET WEDNESDAY MORNING A meeting of the membership commit tee of the Omaha Society ot Fine Arts will be held Wednesday morning at 10.30 o'clock. Mesdames U F. Crofoot, C. Offutt, H. Clifford. S. p. ltarkatow. Arthur lingers, r. H. cole and Miss Carrie Millard constitute the committee. Full Information and the latest news about real estate values can be obtained from a study and Investigation of th Real Estate advertisements In The Bee. The real bargains, too. are always ad vertised in The Bee ITOUIURUSSIWAY iUPTUIE Mads strong an win ts a fw days 'without a surgical aawfttlon or loss ja Mas. Our work is suaruatseC Call or w for particulars. Bml Wray 6 Main- Mvm Ut Hunt, 7 THE BEE presents this big cloth-bound volume on the popular coupon plan so that ALL of its readers may easily come into possession of these dear old melodies. Here are all the old songs that mother used to sing. They recall sweet memories of happy days agone-one of love and home-of child hood's carefree days when life was a song. ALL the old favorites are in this one volume -Sacred, Patriotic, National songs; Operatic and College songs; songs of Home and Love. Seven Books in One Volume Which, classified in soparuto volumes,, even if cheaply bound in paper, would bo priced at '50 conts each, or a total of $3.50; but here is the com plete collection, with words and music, all in ONE beautiful big book, pre sented for onlv ' SIX COUPONS as jplained in tho song book coupon printed daily in anothor column. Brings Joy to. Every Home -The young peoplo of the family will enjoy it oven tho children will fiud within its covers tho first steps to n musical education, for it inspires tho youug witu Jove lor melody a desiro to givo out ineir expression of music. Oreatly reduced illustration show ing tho 12.60 volume bound In English cloth and stamped In gold. Partial Contents Be If on of roar old favorites is in this list If not. it's in the book tners Isnt room for the full list hars. Kapla Xrsf roraTerl Marseillaise. Uarohlng Through Georgia. Maryland, My Maryland. Massa'a in Da Cold Qround. Meerschaum Pipe. Mermaid, The. Minstrel Boy. My Bonnie. My Country. 'Tls of Thee. My Iast Cigar. My Old Butoh. My Old Kentucky Some, Nancy Z. Ninety and Nine, Ho, Sir! Now the Bay is Over. Hut-Brown Maiden. Oft in the Stilly Night. Old Arm Chair. Old Black Joe. Old CaMn Borne. Old Polks at Home. One Sweetly Solemn Thought. Old Oaken Buokat. Only a race at the Win dow. O, Paradise. O. the Xiand That We Iiove. O, Thou Joyful Bay. Our Banner. Paloma, Xia. Polish Kyrnn. Polly Wolly Boodle. Porfirncse Hymn. Bed White and Blue. Kir-a-Jlr. Bobln Adair. Booked In the Cradle of Beep. Book Me to Sleep, Mother. Book of Ages. Boll On, Silver Koon. sosalle. Bulel Britannia. Busslan National Hymn. Balling. Bally in Our Alley. Scarlet Barafan. Scotch national Sons;. Serenade (Schubert). Should' Auld Acquaint ance Be rorrot. Bleep, Oentle Mother. Soldier's ParewelL Soldier's xafe. Solomon X,eyt. Some Bay. Spanish National Hymn. Spring, Oentle Spring. Stars of the -Summer Night. Btar-Spanxrled Banner. St. Patrick's Bay. Strangers Yet, Bun of My Soul. Suwanae River. Swedish National Song. Sweet and Bow. Take Back tho Heart. Then Tou'll Bemember Me. There Xs o Happy land. There's Mnsio in the Air. Thine Byes So Blue and Breamina. Three Pisher. Through the leaves. Tom-BUr-Bee Btver. Walt for 'the Wagon. Warrior Bold, A. Watch on tba Bhlne. Waarinr or the Green. Weary. We'd Better Bide a Wee. Welsh national Song. We Sat by the Btver Ton and X. When Jack Cornea Home Aa-aln. Whan the Corn Zs Wav ing. When the Swallows Homeward Ply. Where Is My Little Bog none? Within a Mile of Bdln. boro. Woman Zs Tickle. Woodman, Spare That Tree. 'America, Auld Ziantf Syne. Aura Xist. Austrian national Hymn. Battle Cry of Preedom. Beauty's .Cyes. Ben Bolt. Bingo. Bine Alsatian Mountains, Blue Bells of SooUand. Bohunkns. Bonnie Boon. Bridge, Toe. Campbells Are Coming. CI a n adlan National Hymn. Cheer, Boys, Cheer. Olochette. Columbia. Coma All Te Palthfnl. Come Baok to Srln. Come. Holy Spirit, 'Come, Te Disconsolate. Comln' Through the stye. Banish Hymn. Bannbe Blver. Barby and Joan. BarUng Nellie 8ray. Bearest Spot la Home, Bear Bvallna, Dixie Xiand. Bo Thsy Miss Me at Home? Douglas, Tender and True. Bream Pace. Drifting. Drink to Mo Only With Thine Byes. So, so. Xdebst Mir lm Herxen. Xvetung Star. 2vtr of Thee. Flag of Our Union Por- ever. Funiculi. Punlonla. Plow O e n 1 1 y, Sweet Alton. Forsaken. Porty-ZTlne Bottles. French National Bong, Future Mrs. 'Awklna. German National Song. Oirl Z Z,eft Behind Me. Glory, Glory, Hallelujah. Good-Bye, Sweetheart. Ooodnlght, Xdleg. Hall, Columbia. Hallelujah Chorus. Hark! nark! My Ronl. Harp That One Through Tara's Halls. Heart Bowed Down. Holland's National Hymn Holy Night. Home, Can Z Forget Theef Home, Sweet Home. Honrs That Were. How Can Z Xeava Theef Z Cannot Blag the Old Bongs. Z Dreampt Z Dwelt In Marble Halls. In Old Madrid. Irish .national Song. In the Gloaming, Italian national Hymn, it Was a Dream. Z Was Seeing; Nellie Home. Jerusalem, the Golden. Jesus, Dover of My Soul, Jingle Bells. John Anderson, My Jo. Jnanlta. Kathleen Mavourneen. Kerry Dance. Xlllarney. Xing Christian. Bast Night. Bast Boss of Bummer. Bead. Kindly Bight. Xdfe on the Ocean Wave. XUsten to the Mocking Bird. Zdttle Brown Jog. XKng, Dong Ago. Borelsy. Dos Chord. Dove's Old Sweet Song. Bow-Baoked Oar, Bnllaby (Brmlnle). Maid of Athens. 69 Portraits of Great VOCAL ARTISTS Caruso in fivo different poses; latest copyrighted portraits of l.eo Slozak, Mary Garden, Mine. Matzenauer, Emmy Destinn, Mme. Alda, Alma GLuck; character posings of Farrar and Scotti, and more than fifty other wonderful portraits. No other book of n similar character contains such spleudid illustrations. Not Sold at Stores "Songs That Never Grow Old" is NOT sold at stores, nor can it bo until after this distribution ends, when it will be priced at $2.50. Soparato sections now sell at stores for 50 cents each, which would amount to $3,50 for this "seven books in one;" but you can get this beautiful oloth-bound volume only through this newspaper, as explained in the Song Book Coupon, for tho small ox- '7Q ponso amount of SC Paper cover editions, for six coupons and 49 Cents. We strongly recommend tho splendid big book bound in heavy English cloth, which would readily veil for $3.00 any place ami ulll la&t forever. Mail Orders With the expense amount and six coupons Include amount named In coupon to cover postage. Address Bee Book Dept., Omaha, Neb. 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