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Vttii OMAHA. MUKH.U. AVIHU 1. IWJ.
'Will I Die? Lad
Aks His Mother
Little Outcry Made ly Child,
6, Htm 0rr ly Street Car
in I'ront of
"Milium, will I da?"
Tlire wrrt lie lrt worj, nUn
Ly Kay KflU68, 6, lifu he
Kit Iiii mutlirr arm almtit him hi
hi Imiiif u(JUif uvrr lite barber
hoD ami pool htll at Tliirtit-tli anl
Fort tifccu ynifrduy a(irmwii ju.t
kflrr (lit I-"'! lial hern ihhmkIoI by
treet fir m iiic uiirrtrcliuii there,
A"iirri! hv mother that I'e
would not ilie, the little fellow fell
back, relied all hi tnijii- hut re-
liued to wince trom the paw or cry
Twin Comfort Him. .
Hy lii mother M1 hi ui
brother, k'oy, fomiunitii at iIuh
and in ly, -rkiti t comfort the
unfortunate rhihl in li is tain.
Kay 4i (online home from Miller
Tark irhocl, where he U In Mi
lJirahcth Muir's cI.im. when he
"hooked" a ride on the rear end oi
a wagon going went.
The waROi followed the turret car
traiki ami risht behind it came a
treetfr. The motoriuan eUmted
''Viicll repeatedl in an.elfort to
' tne driver oi tne wagon to drive
Wif the track. Kay became ftidit-
-iird and dropped olf the waRon di
rectly in the path of the oncoming
Fort Surgeon Called.
r Willi a Kcreerli a the niotorm.nt
threw on the air brakes the car came
- to a udden halt, hut not soon
J 'enough to keep from running over
I the youngster's foot.
Passengers on the car picked up
1 the suliering child, who made little
outcry, and carried him into his
. home on the corner.
; Tost Surgeon Murphy of Fort
Omaha, just across the street, was
summoned and gave him first aid.
J " An ambulance was called and the
little fellow was taken to Nicholas
Seen hospital, where surgeons am-
putated the leg three inches below
, the knee. Attending surgeons pro
J phesicd the boy will recover.
J Love at First S'ht.
At his bedside is his father. C. S.
Kellogg, who operates the barber
I shop and pool hall at 5223 North
; Thirtieth street, while at home his
twin, Roy, 6. clamors to be taken to
; -Ray to comfort him. -
. Ray is one of seven children in
the Kellog family, the eldest of whom
; is Charles, 11. His bravery at the
hospital and his tear-stained smile
', in spite of his intense paih made
it a case of love at first sight with
! the nurses and doctors who attend-
, cd him.
"He's one of the sweetest and cut-
I est youngsters I ever met," Dr. A.
; P. Condon told the police in report-
ing the amputation which he made,
! assisted by Dr. Adams and Dr. New
Bruises About Head.
"fti" Seldom seen such bravery
in a boy his age."
' Ray also suffered paiohil bruises
about the head from his fall to the
pavement. These are not believed
to be serious, however.
His mother is grief-stricken over
the accident, but couldn't go to the
hospital with her injured boy be
cause of the care required for the
rest of her brood of children.
She comforted him as only a
mother can, - while waiting for the
ambulance, and assuaged his fear
that he might die, promising to go to
see him at the hospital her first free
SLEEPY -TIME. TALES
THE TALE OF
THE MULEY COW
I Dog Hill Paragrafs
l-'ii idr!ow h retired at ru
uf 4 '4t i.i wuii loh, and i rum
By J. J. MUNDY.
Are City Churches Doing all They
Churches are doing morel than for
, merly in the city to interest young
persons who are away from friends
and acquaintances back home, but
the work might be. expanded.
' If every church would have a com
mittee of pleasing young men and
woman to visit the boarding houses
in the vicinity of the church and in-
vke the persons thus personally
reached to social affairs of the
church, it could add much to its
Most young folk from small cities
and- villages miss companionship.
Most of them welcome an oppor
tunity to meet the right kind of
Back home, most of those who
have become city dwellers, cither be
longed to a church or were interested
in a church.
Iu the bigger city, because they
are strangers, they do not know any
one in a church, so they fail to at
tend church services, and in this way
miss announcements which would
acquaint them with social affairs of
In a large city it is easy to get out
of the church-going habit.
City dwellers need someone in a
church to become interested in them
and invite them to participate in the
services as well as in the social af
fairs. The committee appointed should
be . composed of tactful, sincerely
' Copyright. 1983.
. Inmates of Institutions
Invited to Entertainment
Inmates of all charitable institu
tiens in Omaha, including, orphan
ages and old people's homes!
newsies and charges of the Visiting
1 Nurse association and the Associated
; Charities are invited to attend the
12-act vaudeville show to be given
at the Auditorium tonight by the
American Legioa auxiliary. The en
. tertainment is given to provide
amusement to needy families, Mrs.
Mary Marston Kinsey, head of the
entertainment committee, announced
Wraps and Coats, at $251
Saturday, w offer Wrap and!
Coat for Women and MUie, at
$25. Actual S35& $39.50 Talue.;
151Z Douila St.
Truth WU1 Out.
I atf in the Uy the Mulry Cow
lud (hit with a fan sparrowa
musical pmon un
niugly hid'lrii in the tenir r of a tuh
tIMr the ure f-ncf,
"What a I'lraunt fimily t!io
Sh felt so m what foolish,
cowbird arc!" the Muley Cow liap
penrd to remark. "They're o kindr
The oug sparrow gave a queer
Kind!" he echoed.
The Muley l ow w at once that
he did not agree with her.
"Yes!" she insisted. "They were
very nice to nie tlii morning. They
caught alt the flies that were bother
The song sparrow gave a light
sniff. "They were only having their
breakfast. You may be sure they
didn't catch the flies to oblige you.''
"I wih." said the Muley Cow,
"you wouldn't speak rudely of my
friends, because they arc very pleas
"Why. thev'ic outcasts!" the song
sparrow cried. "No decent bird will
have anything to do with them. They
lay their eggs in our nests and we
have to- brmc uo their lubberly chil
dren for them. If I were you.il'd drvc
them awav next time and let the
flies bite. What's your tail for, any
how, except to switch the flies off?"
"Really, I don't know." said the
Muley Cow. She felt somewhat fool-
And soon afterward the song spar
row told his wife that there was al
ways something to learn, no matter
it one were as oiu as tne Muicy ww.
The Mulcv Cow couldn't Quite be
lieve what Mr. Song Sparrow had
told her about the cowbirds. But if
it were true, she didn t want any
thing more to do with them. And if
it wasn't true, she intended to be
specially agreeable to them.
In order to find out what wa
what, the Muley Cow made up hrr
mind to ask the cowbirds a Question
the very next time she met them.
It wasn t long betore they gatnerea
around her again.
"We ve come to rid you ot rues
once more," they announced as they
began to jostle one another wnne
they snapped at the insects hovering
about the Muley Cow. And one fat
cowbird remarked with a smirk that
it was too bad they hadn t brought
the children along to help.
The others grinned; for the cow
bird youngsters were all being cared
for bv other birds who had big
enough families of their own without
looking after outsiders. But they
didn't know that the Muley Cow had
heard any stories about that.
Do bring the children along with
USE SLOAN'S TO
EASE LAME BACKS
YOU can't do your best when your
back and every muscle aches with
fatigue. Apply Sloan's Liniment
freely without rubbtng, as it ptfttiraks
and a quick glow of warmth and com
fort will put the "pep" back into you.
Good for rheumatism, neuralgia,
lumbago, Sciatica, sprains and strains,
aches and pains, bruises, stiff joints,
bad weather after-effects.
For 40 years Sloan's has been the
standard liniment in thousands of
homes all over the world.
You'll find it dean too leaving no
skin stains, muss or dogged pores.
Its very odor healthy and stimulat
ingsuggests the good it will do.
Keep a bolUe handy for you never
know when you will need it.
At all druggists J5c, 70, SI.40.
For olanlr (MM in f rly ercrr
, nisht Dr. Bohwa' Eonm Ointaxmt.
Yoa will ba urprind at tba quick iat
proramnt Good laoforeMma,acn.
tebioa akin and other aUa tntubtaa.
Una of Dr. Hobaon' nmurlMmeaiaa.
CARES FOR YOUR HAIR
Nothing like shampoos with Cu
ticura 8oap and hot water, preceded
by touches of Cuticur Ointment to
pott ot dandruff and itching, to
keep the scalp and hair healthy.
They are ideal for all toilet use.
ill lata twaWHaH. A4-t "QrU
MartM. kltlU.IUMU Km," So4 mrr
mhmm. Soap Sc. OtataMst S and Sftc. Takaai Me.
TaHrCticara Soa akaaaa wtthou: aaa.
)du the put time )ti rinc lu the
P4turt," the Mulry Mfg4
litem. "I'm try foud (( little ('':"
The eohirdt titKred. thrv
remed to think there wi girat
joke sonic here.
"Our children are hh uul! to
leae home jul yet." the fat prrou
told the Mulry Cow,
The smalltr thry are the mm I
I ke ihem." the Muley Cow iln-larriL
"Won't ou how me where our
net art? I'd love to see the little
darlings cuddled in their brd."
The com birds atopprd ou hiinr
flirt and looked uneaady at one an
other. The fat one, howevrr, nr
soniewhat Mdrr than the rrt. He
fluttrred up and alighted right on
the back of the Mulry Cow,
"We din't take anybody lo ee
our children until they Iravc ihe
neats," he told the Mulry Cow.
She knew, then, that the song yar
row had told hrr the truth,
"And I don't lt cowbirds sit on
my back not after they're grown
up!" she mapped. As he ke
the Mulry Cow frlchrd the prrt
trentleman a smart smack with her
The blow caught him unaware
and knocked him iiiattkiiig upon
the ground. At once In companions
began to scold the Muley Cow. And
so dd he at oon as he gt hi
breath back. "You're a rough old
thing P he squalled.
"You're rascals all of you!" cried
the Muley Cow. "You can't fool me
any longer. I know all about you.
I wonder who named you cowbirds.
for it's a deadly insult to me and all
Seeks Lodging at Jail: la
Nabbetl by Cop as Thief
l'hilip Mitchell walked into the
police station in search of a place to
sleep Thursday night and was ar
rested as a thief.
"You have your nerve!" said
Anthony Fraud, detective, as he
seized the negro. "You're the man
who robbed the Bagatto home at
2624 Drexcl street, South Omaha."
Mitchell is being held fur investi
gation. Warner Seeks Of i fee.
Lincoln, March 31. (Special.)
William P. Warner, an attorney at
Dakota City and former Cnited
States marshal, today filed as a can
didate for university regent.
buying featliTi and selling scrap iron
which kerpi hi scales going up and
down all the time.
Luke M.nlicwU j when some
men get olf to theuuelvci they are
bold and outspoken enough to inti
mate that some women haven't got
rry much scne. Some ol them do
show iiunMiy bail judgment in pick'
iiiir a husband.
Yam Sims i making a lizard trap,
i.nd savs he i not Koins to do a
thing this oummer but catch liard
Hid turn them loose.
An automobile factory in France.
for .the first tunc in the history ol
foreign motor car production, recent
ly attaimd an output of 100 cars a
AT ITS BEST
I The strongest com
pliment ever paid to
is the vain attempts at
who take cod-liver
oil at its best, take
Scott 4 Bowu, BloomTiaU. N. J.
ALSO MAKERS Ol
(Tablets or Granules)
1 Eos INniArCTIAN
ti aW iTrAir"i
Not a Sale
But a "Buy"
MORE wear means dollars
saved; and you'll get that,
extra wear in buying a Suit
or Topcoat from our complete stock
of new models. This is not a
SALE but a BUY, and the long-life
fabrics will prove it.
Priced low, too, with an exten
sive array of patterns from which
Specially Featured Suits, $20, $22.50 and $25
$18 to $35
$15 to $40
In Spring Shirts
The connoiueur will find a variety that will
permit him to select the yery ones that were
meant for him.
$1.15 to $6.00
Our soft halt have a state-wide reputation for
hard wear. Our shapes ara guardedly exclusive.
"The House of Kuppenheimer'
1415 Farnara St.
Is Sued bv Citv
I)4itMj;fs of $I7.rm Are
ALf"I for Hrvat It tf Car
Suit fur $l.7.5M ttt& l.lrj in d(a
trict conn yr.tcnlay ly th my i.f
tiiiuha iiwin.t llniry I'ullick for
tlffc'ril trrjih if a C4iiatie iniuvt
mtfrH tut Novfiiilirr II, 1IV.
i'otlaik'i roiiira. t fr tli i)iio.al
an4 rrmoval of yrM rllc (..r a
rarent f S-tS.tNiu yMr for live
'1 1'C Citv cUillla it U3a iLllUiitJ to
t'.- rvinnl fl.'7.Jti) 4. a rtu!t i(
: I'uluck's Uilwe ta itt.rn the i.n
i Ifail. Iq the tjuii" suit thf fity rrli
Uo In'i'Vif $10,tkO flOUl tH .
jiuMial hun-ty 'oiit'8tiy. iVilUtk's
i A rrv fiiiiiiu.t was nu'le titwrro
jt'i tmy ami 11 St liroetlcr ta run
flur live rur.
U it tail or iliiMtrn if thrir par
cut iry.t'i "kcrp up apprarnvf"
Any kunl of (al.e ptitcn.e it l-uj
t"r tliililreii, l$ pot try t apprar
fit lar, or uirr, or hcttrr thaii oa
ate. Try only ta Jo the he.t jjt
can ith what yott have, and to iur
lrove r.imlitiuni U ionl)le.
CtiinH'ioit t'imiMtiy JffV
to Willulrdw VAly I'jik WUU
The t,tiiuli4 li;irUMi umii.
t'-My, hy I lou'l M. rt)gMnii an4
tin A. I'nue, rr(iiratr4
tnit.it. n fl lie lily ilnk t.) Wih
duw tK-ir l'i.l ur tlti yttf'i
era.iuiia ii IIju.i vhi, Srinie t -ke
aii. Moit.iit 4ika. Ihe tuiiii4ny
Uoe no) want tti go into the pj'k
uim'rin l'iiinr. line unf the
privilt'tiia may le f!uiiKl lr 'l
oi the 4k.
The Miily fll-r ti4'lrr for Hun.
ci'in park W4 ,MIet A. Mahrr, U.t
yr.ir' tvnmaioiiairr, who oTne4
$M Ut thi araxtu.
Cunntiii0iirr J. II. llummrl of
the paik ilriuriniun ia t)o diii'l-4
what he will do ht tlit.e cirfiiui.
in Skinner-Dold Suit
I ! t.i)iiuiiy in the kurfi.
l'U H4iiig tt-fi'te It, . Dtith4ni.
rrffrre it h4iikrupir. in frderal
fumt, wj. tkfii )rterd4y aitnnfH'n.
Tl'e oMitrovrr.y etr the validity
wl th IVolJ Jrate on the Skinner
tutkiiig pUnt in S"iiih Omaha lu
liren fiaiik'ht -ilU teu argumeutt
hrtwrrn i(irnry and tn one orra
u'ii a ii'jr I'.aiie emoiiiner between
Anhnr MulUn, conn I fnr Skinner
.to. klinhtii. n4 F. If. (iainet, at
tornry lor the IM4 COiiipjny,
The hearing- lu hern ttwg on (or
the 'Jt two wirks.
Barker Clothes Shop
. :z-: Tzz -Uom ol tbe Tm-l'anl Sails t:..-:.-.izX3-.x.--s.Z
More Men and Young Men Than Ever Are Wanting
-that's the logical thing always freshly
pressed pants doubles th(- wear of the suit
-then any practical adv. .ages of Barker's
-Pant Suits are obviou.c uid for many
jther reasons the extra air is an econ
omy and a convenience.
Buy Quality Suits
Three Wonder Value Groups
Barker's new merchandising
and sales policy make these
sensational values possible.
Don't worry about getting your size we Have. !f
it. It's one of the "things" that has made our
- . store so popular. When a man comes to us for; '.
a "Two-Pant" Suit we'll fit him, no matter how. u
"hard to fit" he may be. ,'"-'-,1
1 Lively Snappy- Big Value g
I Gaberdine Topcoat S
! nw w 3S2
Every man needs one. The utility of a raincoat, I
I x with the style of a topcoat wide variety of styles.
Sixteenth and Farnam.
A $2.95 Sale
Sweaters, Silk Underwear, Petticoats, Bloomers
and about 100 Georgette Elouses, actual values
Special at $2,95
Blouses at V2 Price
Saturday is the last day of our Annual
Sale of Blouses at price.
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