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THE OMAHA SUNDAY HKE: MAKCII 2G, 1916.
LAWYER EJECTED FROM COURT ROOM Attorney Arthur Roienblum Forci bly Ejected by Bailiff After Altercation with Judge. JUDGE ORDERS THE ACTION Arthur Rosenblum, attorney for A. U Weln-teln, who waa In police court charged with embeMlement, ru forcibly ejected from the court Jfoora by Daillft Hans Nielsen by 'order of the Judge, after lie had engaged In an altercation with the magistrate. The ecene orcurred after the ease bad been dismissed. The Judge aaid that the charge of embetilement was not euatained, trot remarked that there waa a probability that action might be taken on some other charge. Weinsteln waa charged with embei.l Ing W-A the premium on an insuram-e policy. The complaint waa filed by Ab raham Weinsteln. Xtii Dodge street. "I object to jrou acting both at Judge and prosecuting attorney." Iloscnblum Interposed aa the Judge was making his remarka after deriding that the charge waa not sustained. "If there's any new complaint to be filed let the prosecuting attorney file It." The Judge warned Rownblum to de alat In hla remarka, and threatened to bar him arrested for contempt of court. After exchanging words for a minute, the Judge pointed his finger at Itoaen bhim and eald: -That's all I want to hear from yow." "I don't Intend to leave thla court room until'' At thla Juncture at the Judge'a augges-' tlon Bailiff Nielsen's muscular right hand gripped ftoeenblum'e coat collar and the curtain descended on the one-act comedy-drama. Movie Men Offer to Eebuild Auditorium and Give it to City A preposition to rebuild tha municipal Auditorium and glva It to tha city at tha and of a certain period of years is to he made Monday to tb cMy eonnoll by the Rlalto Amusement company, which wants to spend In tho neighborhood of I2CO.000 making It Into a mort theater of the aama typo aa tha lUalto and Btrand In New Tort. Tha plan aa outline 1 at present la to add another floor to tha Auditorium, where conventions could be held. Tha lower floor la to ba used for .a pioture theater. ' It la understood that tare wealthy Omaha men are hacking tha venture to tha extent of tttO.OOQ. glgmund E. Achaaffer. who promoted movie theaters of Ilka type In Mlnneapo lis, Milwaukee and else where, la tha di recting; ganlua .of tha plan. Mirror Factory Opened in Omaha Another new manufacturing firm has entered tha business field of Omaha. It la tha Omaha Glaaa Construction com pany which haa opened Ita factory at 611 Capitol avenue. Thla new firm mami fsotures mirrors and resllvers old mir rors, making a specialty of tha latter business. Mr. Wilson, who la general manager of tha new concern, haa been connected with the glass making Indus try for many yeara and la thoroughly experienced In all Ita details. HOW INDIANS GET THEIR DYE Kearly Kvery line of Hal a haw Oh tataed from F.arth and Treea y ladlaae. Manufacturers all over tho country are complaining of tha shortage of dyes; clothing makers are threatening to drcsa US In garments) white aa snow; the time la oomtng, say tha Ink makers, when we muet rely on the -red .fluid made famous by Captain Kldd and other pirate banda whan wa want to -write a check, . but Chain, better known as "Steve." aa In dian and a manufacturer of British Co lumbia, worrlea not Cham goea calmly on, using tha dysa that hla tribesmen. ClayuquoU. have used for generation. Me makea hla own dyes, and Vhether any mora are aver Imported from Germany, r whether American chemists solve the secrets, are alike matters of supreme In difference to him. Bo long aa hla klutch man and hla tenaa. or In English, h'a wife and daughter, retain their strength ha will pose aa a manufacturer and turn out tha aama mat and basket goods, having the aama blight colore aa the ulenslla his forefather used aa berry containers and cooking vessels when the foot of the whit-? man waa foreign to these shores. Chem and hla women hold forth at Pioneer place every Monday and ranged about them on the sidewalk are their manufactured articles for sale. There niay be found cedar barked mats, striped with alternate black, yellow an I brown; water-tight baskets. blualilnii coyly In red and pink; grass baskets of eery sort nn I description, from the small one fit for a thread basket, which sells fur mnxt Ml Ci cental to the lre one, tli fret across, with eonventlinal desigr of wolves and dogs racing around the ilm, which retail and wh-ilt-sals for 4 to . or as much more aa the chechtko Is will ing to give. All these specimens of the handiwork of the womea shine forth In gay colors and all colors are obtained by the klutch men. according to the simple pro. known for thousands of years. The black, and It is a black that wi I not fntc. I ob tained by covering the rashes, grasses or bark with the black mud of ti e's amps, which gives a lusting Jet r il to any Imported dye,, the red Is oMalncd from the bank of the aid -r. plus from a weaker solution of the aame bark, brown cornea from the familiar tmbark of the hemlock, and yellow Is boiled out of the root of tha Oregon grape. Then. In addith n to these colors, there la tha natural color of the material which ia used for the mats or baskets, certain grasses and rushes rsn be dried so the green tint rental, a. other grasses turn white, and the brown of cedar bark ia well known. Also, there are different shade of browns found In the bark of the cedar. If the tree Is old snd theTark la near the surface It is djrk In color: taken pen to the tree, it Is a de bate combination 6t gray and brown. The In ner bark of the eottonaood la a pearl gray. "Dye, dye. halo nlka euiutug dye." said Cham. "Nlka klutchman mamook oono ay lktaa coo.ua ahnkutty." (Dye? I oat know what dye Is. My women made these article aa tha Indiana used to do in old time) Seattle Fost-Intetlt-gencer. A nietlart Lrftaa. ' I greatly miss old John Rasp, who de Parted this life the other day, kicking ss if nt" con feezed old I. O. Pest-r. lie was my Mttereet and most depend able enemy, and a man whom 1 could af ford to hate unrea-rvedly and consis t-in iy. Knowing mat I could trust him never to (nil to give me rauae end nc raalnn. I alwajs knew that he would In variably onix.ne on general principles hateer I advocated, snd unfallliiglv Mew nih alarm anything with which I pointed with pride Jn turn he knew that he could depend on me to go mv length In deriding and despising him ami hla theories. Thus we each found the oilier a perfectly reliable and trustworthy oh Ject of hatred. And now that he la gone I suppose 1 shall have to trr out a good many canclld.iles before I hit upon such a . eaiieiacmrv enemy as old John Hasp was. "Judge. Fifty Weald Be Kaoaah. A clothing manufacturer on the Kasl fide of New York received a call from a 'itv salesman representing a notions. trimming and button house. The visitor ... "I'res" out nia samples. Put em up! Put em up!" snld the manufacturer. In a tired business man tone ! wouldn't Car to look at nothing what you got. Hit. Mr. Cohen " awayn""8h! 1 wont look! Please go Tha salesman gaied at him admiringly. Mr. J.nhen," he said, "I ontv wish one thing-I wish I had fifty customers like you. I told ymi 1 didn't wish to see nothing what you got." riiire you did, and that's why I said f had fifty customers like you. In stead l ve got 2-"! ' Saturday Kvenlng Troahle n the Sanctam. The print ens' foreman entered the ed itorial sanctum snd was surprised to find the editor's face hadly bruised. 'Mad a fall downstairs'." asked the foreman. "No; It s our account of the Jones Jmlih wedding, which ought to read, Miss rimlths dimpled. chining face formed a ilt-nant contrast with Mr. Jones' strong, bold physiognomy.' ' . this la how It read: Miss Smith's Pimpled, skinny face formed a pleasant contrast .with Mr. Jones' atony, bald physiognomy.' ' ' Hend thai proofreader to me at once," he continued, (throwing one blood-stained handkerchief In the wnstehasket and ,ur a vinan one, "tnere a a fight TefeJrViJh 8 1 -""burgh Chronlcle- Tliiy Iln MaJts Court. y ", dlaspp-wr. but not all the lost c nee flguro In such Important af faire aa court cases. Justine Mullan. In supreme court, Krong county, had been forced to see several oasea adjourned and ho waa becoming exasperated. Then H. J. Donovan, counsel n a suit against a railroad for damages, aaked that lila case be put over. r,...khat..,ood .T"n can counsel give for further delay In thla caeeT" asked Justice Mullan, shortly. JlMr ""T,1 lmportnt witness Inadvert ently watlftwf .!. . i. . . Donovan replied. " " w" "r' Record!" w dJournad.-itladolprUa Hack Agals. A young married couple decided that, because of the Immensity of their lova for one another, they ooald be happy on a desert Isle or within the walla of their bungalow. Accordingly they set them selves gently to sever tho bonds which -.-"wn,"'i, hem with society, with their church and with their relatlvee. Jj!ii.h?m"i- ,h' Justified thrtr with drawal on the grounds that society la su perficial; that tha church la rank with cant and hypocrisy, and that relative are tiresome, heppy. But It wasn't long before they r'flv? aitvr f'ws and to ausneot that their souls were not perfect affini ties. After considerable perplexity and 2.J??p?,ntm',,,t V"? urned again to the world for moat of what they had aipecUd from one another. Young married people should not ba rooiish. avea though they feel that way. Judge. ' . Bd-soatlaar tkt Baby. . Bounds of turmoil from tho nursery brought mother running to the aoene. to BUiVs curle"by ""efuIl,r P"111" '"tie i-"iN,vtrJ"Jndl ,p" oald. comfort. Jy Pby doesn't know how much It Five mlmitea later several wild yells from tha bsbv ranurf h. mau- i .. to rush to tha nursery. 'Why, Billy!" babyr' ' "wh"'1 th m" with "NothlnV' aald Billy, with a rheroblo am e, "only now ha knowa how much pulling hair hurte." Vouth'e Compan ion, For the Little Ones To Keep Their ll get ion Perfex t, Nothing la V'lte Ho Hafo and riewaant aa Stuart's Ija pepaln Tablet a. vara tkiax UAXun om MQxrxgT. Thousands of men and woman bare found Btuart'a Dysnapsla Tablets th. safest and moat reliable preparation for any form of Indigestion or stomach trou- uie. inotisanda of people who are not sick, but are well and wish to keep well - anaSf.N. Via iff1' . i Them WelL take Stuart'a Dysiepsla Tablets after every meal to Insure perfect digestion and avoid trouble. These Tablete are Just es good and wholesome for little folks aa for their eldera. Little children who are pale.' thin and have no appetite, or do not grow or thrive, should use the Tablets after eating and will derive great benefit from them. Ftuurt's Dyspepsia Tablets are ld by all druggists for 50 rents, and no patent should iics'icct the uso of this safe rem edy for all stomach and bowel troubles If the chlid Is troubled with Indigestion or noii-areimllatlon. Mend coupon below for free trial. Free Trial Coupon . A. Stuart Co., 0l Stuart Bldg.. Marshall, Mica., sen 1 me at once, by retum mail, a free trial package of Stuart'a Dyspepsia Tablets. Name.', S'roet City .State. i TODAY'S CEAUTY HINT It Is not necessary to shampoo quite so frequently If your hair la properly cleansed each time by use of a really good shampoo. The easiest to use and quickest drying shampoo that we can recommend to our readers may be pre pared very cheaply by dissolving a lea spoonful of canthrox. obtained from your druggist, in a cup of bot water. Thla rubbed Into tha scalp creates a thick lather, aothlng and coding In Ita action, aa well aa very beneficial to scalp and hair. After rinsing, the scalp la fresh and clean, while the hair dries quickly and evenly, developing a bright luster and a soft flu f fines trat makea It eeera very heavy. Advert! saraeot. e.P SMUGGLERS MAKE TROUBLE FOR HOLLAND SOLDIERS (Correspondence of The Associated Press ) THE HAGUE, Feb. .-The Dutch min ister of war, reporting In the second chamber of the Dutch Parllemen say that I8,T persona were prosecuted for smug- lln . A . r - . . I-.-. "iiu 'if i iriany insi year, r ony thousand soldiers were employed to pre. I vent smuggling, but because of the fKl miles of frontier they had to patrol, many of the smugglers were able to do a brisk business with the people across the t border. Tho wiles of the smugglers are ! mary and the ingenuity which they hrlnx to their trade. It is aald. would lit them I for all the hlpoer reaches of diploma)-. learner waa smuggled Inside barr I of mussels, balls of rubber Inside th' outer sheila of onions and hags of mca' got up to represent sleeping babies were eent over the border. Hundreds of thou sands Of the frontier population after 11k beginning of the war, ennaced In the lighter forma of the prescribed trnfflr Trlbery of, tha frontier guard Is said to have been the method tried most fre. quenlly. The atrip of country along the various frontiers is now declared In a stale of siege and tha military commanders ordt tho whole life of the community. They have resorted In some regions to banish Ing all undesirable persons. The numbi-t thus deprived of thefr rlprht of resld-ncc lost year la 1.2V7. A bill passed recently limits supplle for the border towns to quantities tha were normal before the yar. The authorltlca carry out. tba anti- v- k r.K . . xQTS Z jit'!! V3 Solid Oak, Guaranteed Spanish Inltatloa Leather I'nhnlstovtn A NEW DESIGN AUTOMATIC BED DAVENPORT The maaelye frame la made entirely of solid oak. with full rounded front and heavy colonial posts. The seat and back are upholstered In guaranteed Spanish lml. taticm leather. Full steel spring construction. Kssllr Inglr well made aad a useful piece Xuraltur. Specially prieed at t-Ta Caasw IM a Marat. AN OXTRIHELT OOMJPO RTABLKldtf' 1TB RE REED ROCKER Fall anrtnff aeat rietachahla enahlon. Orar atnffed nn. nolatared back, core rod In cigh grtvda attractlye tape try. Must be seen to ba appreciated. Suit abU for llTlng room or gunroom. Spool ally priced for t&la week at thin Tory low price S7.50 51 Cask ei a Meat A DKriDarn BAROA1N IN A UKOE 81Z.K. WKLL MADK DRKSSCH-Roomy base is fit ted lth two laige and two small drawers. lrge else French beveled plate mirror, slade entirely of American quarter sawed imitation oak. finished golden, liesvv scroll posts rarvsd claw feet. A ttars'atfft a t Sl.oo rash, gl.eo a Meatk. . e T:-jif - -a u . I re-i li ' i n riiia f si ga a ws.e vj sr-e. aassi 11 ii rrrnii VERT MASSIVE TWO-INCH POST NtN IS MAIIT1N METAL BElVdTwIth tV. Gov'ment Secret Service Sleuth Here a Corker; Eats Like Others "Good morning, Sherlock Holmes," wa chirped, as wa breeied into the offloe of Hugh Mills, goVment secret service sleuth. "Huh, Pherlock Holmes!" snorted Hugh Mills, with supreme contempt. We were disappointed. We expected to see a gaunt, pale man, wearing a two peaked cap and a smoking Jacket and examining something with a magnifying glass. Instead, we saw a plump, well-fed man In business dress, sans tap, sana smok ing Jacket, sans mag. glass, sans every thing Pherlock Holmes-)'.- We were further disappointed. Va ex pected him to look up dreamily and re mark: "Ah. I see your great-grandfathers step-sister was walking In tha neighbor hood of llanscom park and that you yourself do not like Hungarian goulash," snd then tell us how he knew It. "Getting the crooks Isn't done with magnifying glasses." aald the con temptuous Mills. "It's done by patience and hard work. I remember one coun terfeiter In Kansas City by the name of kmuggllng laws In a most drastic way, realizing that the traffic was endangering the country's oversea supply by awaken ing the distrust of the allies. Kail Cares Weak Ryes. Henrv Traver, Jr., an Insurance and real estate broker, fell on an icy side- The Darfraan Furnilure & Carpet Company ifS'Unflth? tf?1 .maoimoth, new, 1916 Spring and Smnmer display of HooMfurnlning. Thla ls, tn every way, a wonderful exhibition. It is the largart oollectlon of new rnrniture, Rugs, Oarpeta, etc, in both design, and fin n.rrsrJlwn,t America, and ia on a scale characterLrUo of the HarUnan irnltur. i Carpet Company. Probably no stock of furniture wu erer gdeoted with such great care or subjected to bo mmy tests before betaff offered to the public Our floori are now a rast exhibition ground, and H wUl pay you to look them OTftrbefore you inrest a dollar for Furniture. It is a duty you owe to your peoUon and oampixm. Make it a DUTY to get our prices SETOSE you buy. Vt'J'fiS? lray,w nd of Hoanefurnisblngi7 Se United States arms us with-a mighty power which no other oonoern caTcommand. "Feather Year lTett." '""na il ijwn OUer Big nargaxni. CrtJUroa Wrrei 14 ., I Complete sot. aeOjr .vw.w ucuun. iwasny $18.89 of im .;sj!.H.rsi.r, vir v.." 41s Inchea. Fitted THra pieces at Use t-z.. vir FT. U'-r'--1- '-rr.-r -, 1 It,'- . . . i.v.i Ji ae -r T 1 GENUINE oiiiRTrn S A W K n ( COMBINATION BUFFET Haa two doomy rblna corapartmente, bent end glass doors, two sil verware drawers. and roomy linen compartment. The top Is fitted with French Develed plate mlr or. set in artistic frame. French legs, carved claw feet. Finished la golden b.rvr,,.S14.50 Cash, gl.na a Mewtk. Pur Whit Par. caai'o Top. heavy 1-Inch flllere. and I-lnoh auDPortina- cross rod. The 1 connecter! men 1 ach posts are with large metal ball eapa. Just ci -iiT ae snown In Il lustration, Fully worth $la 8peetally priced tor thle week at oaly $8.98 1414 - " tlM Oah, gLaw a Meats ri TV Jackson that I got after three months of work. He stalled" as a vegetable ped dler. Used to coma out with a one-horse wagon and peddle for three houra, with ma dodging behind buildings, and ash barrels, and trying to keep on eye on him. Then, euddonly, he'd whip up his hag and go like a fire engine around corners and, aa I didn't have a motor cycle, I "d lose him. But I kept on hla trail and finally bagged him with his whole outfit. He spent nineteen years out of twenty-six in prison." Mllla la one of the government's best atleutha. He was nine years In Birming ham, and there. In one year, he and another agent sent fifty-two men to prison. We were doomed to more disappoint ment aa we departed. We expected Hugh to lay down hla "Monograph on Velvet and Tuxedo." push home the hypodermic needle, and then play a weird, wild, dreamy rhapsody from Bach, opus XIV, canto 6. on hla violin. Nothing dolgg. Hugh merely remarked Ilka a regula? man, "Guess It's time to feed." Walk, landing on hla head and neck. For ewveral yeara Mr. Travel ha worn glasses, but upon returning to hla office after tho fall he discovered ha could see TIrnALoul,L,''"l W"out them. Mr trmPnt?o.n,,.Ur,W th" method of treatrncnt fop fanc eyeMKht. KDTD) iTJiXi FEMURf - lnoi tf e. 'w,i.r. ITV'. "P??. 1B5 -"Ch , j-- - s-miiis swsvniaa loataer. uu arm Cash. iM a Mosith. Note the Large Magazine and Book Sacks. C2-Inoh Top ""-1 nssia.TETD with roomy drawaV ill iwc TlXSu, .hVw7 SI'l 7 pdoe of the table alone. Only .V-.. ... . . . O vata, aiJW Mas 11" 4. 4 f 111 Riwimi f -lv mini S99l4S99f2 If! H 'IT4' mrt Re-ey , start j jlij j "r'""r s r Heeekoepl liil'ij Guaranteed Porcelain luicnenjuaoinet si 3 ai ma M a HANDT KITCHEN cabin' err 41111 ncn sanitary pure vhlte Dorcelaln ton. 14 - ;4f w.T.u"-' '"IB ll'm 1 I bl bin. metal, bread aad sugar com partments, divided 1 1 1 . m . 1 1 A r. . rjjy) Flour ' tt complete without one. Special at $13.50 AJLEJUCAU tifaXAT&Sl' UOMJI FUKJCISIUKS ISfAlfHW 16 - 18 DOUGLAS x- Several New Books of Timely Appeal Added to Library Several Interesting works of timely ap peal to the reading public have been added to the non-flctlon list at the Omaha public library In tha last few days. The present dye-stuffs problem In this country haa caused a "run" on book a treating on thla subject. Reoent addi tions to the library are about twenty works covering a wide range of aub Jecta on what might be called chemical technology. Many of the books cover fully the making of dyes and Inks. A book of business appeal la "Wrltlnv An Advertisement," by 8. Roland Hall. The work I; an analysis of the methods and the mental processes that play a part In the writing of successful advertising-. 4 Radlndranath Tasrore. bv Rumu Koomar Roy, la an extensive treatise on me lire ana writings or the romous Indian poet who won a Nohel nrlsa for literature. The autobiography of Maharsht Deven ranath Tagore. tha poet'a father, ana One of the moat frrwus trisn In Tndln also haa been added to the library shelves. "A Hiatory of Travel in America," by Seymour Dunbar, la a work showing tha development of travel and transportation com ina crone method a of the canoe and dog sled to tha highly organised railroad systems of tho present day. It la In four votumea. Tha Ufa and career of one of the prea- Orders RcenlTt Atten tion. reet ais Kinw GRADE AT. MINSTER only (E s I m vmmm libra rt sniiTBi FTTtJ, ftTT.TT KVTTTTUill SLlKPBjr REED Rtinf M . a 1 1 . f j.wiusf aieei trVS- -" wheala. heavy rubber tlrea. Best grada Im. ?T ,R?dt "e'ural shellac ... r ' T cunj w disicd. ruiiy .ten. Fully wo ::H3.59 ceptlonal value at on Osvsk, SUM a Top 50 ria. Meatk lb. flour alfter and eeoop in ?EATT PI JINK OH C01X3NIAL UUKAHX TA O o a a t r acted s throughout la ee-fe- leciea bars woo a. and flnlehed gold, ea In American ej a a r t ar eawed Irnltavtio oak. Tod aaeaeuree 41x1) Inchea aad fitted with laret draw, ar. Note the ar Uetle panel en da. Very special a ST.L $7.98 mvr'w ent chief performers In the l.iii-opcnn j (hitter of war are presented In "Th l.if . -. i . r r . i . . . z4A of the British forces. Plr George rest la the author of the work Is a frontispiece taken from the palntlnc 1 of Lord Roberts by Sargent. A The Joy ofSpringtime is in the Fragrance and Beauty of Flowers The full Rtiggetttlon of Out-of-door happlneas Is reflected In fl cm-era. Send cTIchYqvs John H. Bath The Careful Florist.' J84 Farnnm 8t., Omaha Phone Pong. .)H)0. : r? j,v. - rir ITV 1TU a.'or'iA"ii.-;t;.-Z - siaa . tei nn i A SOUD OAK MI83I0N 8TTLE ROCKIR Strongly conatmcted. decidedly mas alTa tn appearance. liaa roomy seat and broad back, and upholgtered In rnaran- Bpanlsh tanltatlon leath er. Front poets are exceeding ly fceayy, se curely braced t h r o u gbout Finished n fumed only. Our low price for thla week, n Ml only- BABT CIA R ... W.., - . " .m urciDrn worth 2J Meafh '2 PATTERN tl DOUBLE DOOR SOLID OAK GENTLEMEN'S CHIF FEROBE Genuine quaVter tM n front- Ponded S h .,.R,0my warlrobe fitted 1 v.T, 0U, drwer nd bayeled plate mirror. A beau- ar ts tt . uiui piece or furniture and remargabla ralue (ft neve. M Jf s.- - " I tsH' 91 1 fe' ftp JrJL .ttWif ? : I) eo- .. iiUjiiD 6y .3.. ' "-M. Ill i JS Three Wonderful JCt ' mh Eug Bargains 4p ' fill on R 11 I -im 556.25 ' f ; TV, aMo."1'' I 1 1 ' r33T" tff,js,j J'J'Arsw I I a U i - 1 IL V. I ( ': ss ai 1 : l-i ;' Irv'i.i: I i