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l.nllirran Congregation Here
lla* Held HnnA*r in 1'. S.
for 1.1 Conarmlne
Tha Urgent confirmation class ever
held at tha Kounue Memorial cltun h
and probably tha largest ever In
('malm will ba confirmed next Mon
day morning. Halm Hundny. at II.
Thera ara 249 In tha claw. Which U
eight more than In the class Inst
voir. In 1922 the numlier reached
240. Rev. O. D. Hululy, pastor, will
deliver a Halm Monday message at
t he service.
Since the work of Rev. Mr. Bnltxly
started In the church In Omaha, the
largest confirmation nines In the
l.uthOran church In the United States
lias been held by the Kountze Me
morial chureh for 13 consecutive.
There have been 4.732 persons Join
the church by confirmation up to
Master of 1924. A special service will
lie held next Wednesday evening at
the church when 100 other persons
• IH to re elsed be teller ft«M ether
cities or I l renewal. Her, licet*
lenn *M llVv. I fOrilit W**Ha are
l«nd ba* torn puiwhaeed by lb*
men «tf lb* church to establish an
olbar mtealots at b'sftyaecomt and l*e
tatur strrwls, There are already two
mlMloita of lb* rhurrb eetabllehad In
(>tuab* al Nineteenth and faetelsr
Street* and at l orty eecoml and Han
Wymore Ilia’ll .Srbool Hontl
I«snr Siistainril by Court
Wymote. Neb., April lo,-—Chance*
for Wymon setting a new |!W,MI
brick high school building wet* given
considerable impetus when Judge 1..
W. Colby In district court decided In
favor of the board of education and
tli* signers of a petition Hied last
fall requesting the floating ot n dmnd
Issue to cover the espense of Ihe pro
posed building. Wjniore ell Irena bend
od by Jasper Mitchell, Juke Dawson
and Hhermnn Chapman, farmers, and
backed by aome business, interest*
ami heavy property owner* of the
city filed In January for a permanent
Injunction and obtained a temporary
restraining order ngnlnst the sale of
the bonds, but this was removed and
•the cane dismissed by Judge Colby,
the costs, about *600 being assessed
to the plaintiffs. Two members were
elected to the AVymore school hoard
last week to serve with the four
previously on the lkiard, nnd plans
for the building have been drawn.
Red \rmv \ttucks
Black Sea Cities
t l|tr ii Clash M iptlit Involve
Ollier Nalinna ill New (Jen*
list tin, April lo Tt»a flames of a
now war and revoltitlon bring lit
In llie region of Ilia Him W aea. Ac*
routing lo reports from Belgrade, a
■'lash between lluaala and Itumaiila
ovar Bessarabia la Imminent,
Irregular Ruailan forces are aatd to
have crossed Into Bessarabia, attack
lug Itumanlan dlle*. Serloua pogrnina
aaalnat the .lewn lmve been staged
by Kiimanlau students. Professor*
are to lie placed before courti-martIim
a» a result.
Kelatlnus between Russia and Ru
mania ramain ten*# aluc* ih# collapse
of tlie Vienna conference, where
Russia proposed a plebeaclla for
Beaaarnhia, hut wns refused.
It Is feared that a clash between
the two nallons would Immediately
involve other countries, leading pos
sibly to a new general Kttropean war.
Beatrice—Mrs. Catherine Moachell,
old resident of Beatrice, slipped and
fell, breaking her left hip. She la re
ceiving treatment in a hospital.
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K J/aas T3roihenr
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OMAHA LINCOLN MINNEAPOLIS NEW YORK
Saturday--in Haas Brothers “Gray Shop”
500 Beautiful Silk
Secured m a feature (purchase from one of A meriea’s
foremost makers of kigk grade Stout Apparel
YOUR CHOICE SATURDAY
42 to 56
The magnitude of the
assortments and the
beauty of each Dress
makes it quite impossible
to convey to you in print
just how wonderful these
Dresses really are.
ing lines, scores of
smart styles. Dresses
for street, afternoon,
business and dinner
A sale that will surely
thrill the heart of every
woman requiring a large
size dress, for when in
the past has she ever
been in a position to se
cure such Dresses at
' Come for- miles to
share in this truly ex
ceptional sale. Plenty
of courteous sales
ladies to render
It is only at Haas Brothers that you would expect to en
counter such a sale. Because of our specialization in
extra size apparel we are in a position to obtain such
amazingly attractive purchases as is represented in Sat
urday’s sale, and remember that if you are not entirely
satisfied with your purchase we invite you to return it
for exchange or cash refund.
Gravj Slu)|p--FourtF Floor
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Nelson. Neb —-"Haaoltred, That tlie
Culled Hlalet Should Kurther Itestrlit
Immigration" was llte auhjet I for dc
hale liete lieleeen tlie high *< Ititol
leant of this plai e ami that of Ho
pat lor, lie* lalutt w as given for* the
Nelson leant, t itmposed of Hall Port
wood, Klnter Zimmerman ami Krlt*
Hed I hold. Nrlt—Wel-sler Count v
Livestock club Ins been organised
hete. Kugetie SVJjllr was elected pre*l
deflt, Cedi Means vice president, Al
fted Hontmerfeld secretary-treasurer.
Means nml Hotnnterfelil tire tnemliere
of the world champion stock judging
team from thla county,
Cottles, N'elt—Twenty high school
student* pgrtlclpeted In the det (ama
tory contest here. The judges award
ed ftrat place in dramatic* to Misk
Kin in. Koe, flrat In oratorical to Miaa
Henrietta Keeney anti first In humor
ous to Bernard McBride. Winners
are to go to tlie district contest at
Red Cloud. Neb.—Minister* and
their wives were entertained at the
Methodist parsonage In honor of llev.
and Mrs. Kdaon, who leave soon for
Krlcaon. Mr. Kdaon has been pastor
of the Baptist church beta for sev
Red Cloud. Neb.—Bed Cloud Girls'
Clothing club has been organized.
Miss Alice Whitaker was elected
president. DeKtte Coiner vice presi
dent, Kllzabelli Mizer secretary and
Miss Goldie MeConkey treasurer.
Mrs. W. H. Thomas is to be local
Columbus, Neb.—Columbus will have
a juvenile brass band, membership of
which will probably Include 60 or
Barneston—William Scholt*. 73.
bdflhelor and laborer for the past 16
years, died Tuesday night. Hcholtz
left no property and no known rela
tives. It Is not*knovvn where hie for
mer home was.
York—City official*, co-operating
with the superintendent of the Bur
lington railroad, have arranged for
parking the lot northwest of the
depot. It will be leveled, seeded to
blue grass and shrubs planted. In
the fall a hedge will be added.
Callaway—Hete Kelbo died at his
home here after suffering a stroke of
Beatrice—The flowing were nomi
nated at the primaries here: District
clerk, F. K. Denhart: county Judge.
F. W. Meaemore; Judge of this Judicial
district, I.eonard W. Colby: state sen
ator on the republican ticket, B. H.
Ijiughlln; democrat, J. W. McKis
sick. In a hot fight for supervisor
of the northwest Gage county dis
trict, BBidglev of Pickrell won
out over Jess Buss and John Her
Kearney—Mra. H. O. Sutton, con
nected since IS 13 with the regular fac
ulty of the State Teachers' college at
Kearney as aselstant In the physical
aclenca department, died at her home
here on Tuesday. Cause of death was
multiple neuritis, followed by an at
tack of Influenza.
Mr. Hutton, head of the department
of physical science, is also 111 and bis
condition is considered grave.
Hebron—In the primarle* In Thay
er county the following county can
didates wera chosen: Assessor. A. M.
Helsner, republican: clerk of district
court, J. Elliott, republican: county
commissioner In the First district, O.
S. Townsend of ByTon, Third district,
r. F. Hawks.
Two Held in Connection
Uith Hank Robberies
Beatrice, Xek, April 10.—Two men
believed to lie part of the gang whirl)
robbed the two lunk* at Karneaton.
Neb., laat fall, ara being held at New
ton, Kan., according to word received
here by County Attorney Mattoon.
.Several Bgrneaton reuldenta may go
to Newton to ae« if they can Identify
Horses Save Farmer’s Life.
Columbui. Neb., April 10.—Benjam
in Sock, farmer, narrowly eacaped
death and waa aeverely cut about the
head and face when knocked tincon
scloua by the lever on a dlac plow.
When found he lay In front of the
plow blade*, lie would have been cut
to piece* bad not hi* hor»ea »tood
at ill for *pvei »l hour*.
Van.'a a a"a~■ i ■ ■■ a a ii ■ ■ at ■ t.
The Decisive Styles in
Millinery for Easter
Have Just Arrived at the
Queen Anne Shop
Direct From New York
They are not only distinr
aLm* and beautiful, hut there
is just enough l’aris in these
charming new style* fur
Easter to render them wholly
Nothing like them has been
shown In Omaha this season.
There should be no question
now as to whera to look for
your new Easter Hat.
$12.50 to $25.00
Queen Anne Shop
17 10-171 2 Farnam St.
(NmI Id Truil HIH*
V nlrint* I
r ARMOUR A CO.
U. S. Optimistic
on Dawes Plan
.Vlinnc Our I |miii W Iii«-li
I nro|it* < an A|jrrr, < >f*
W iililngti.il, Aim II f — urn. Ini
Wnnhlnatmi, basing It* Imprsaaloua
mi *1111 Incomplete Information r*
..rdlll* the lepmi* of IH« two eiperl
I i-pai ill l«.it committees 111 1’srta, won
Inclined todsy III I*' uptIfhtstlo re
gsrdtng lh»lr reception hv the powers.
The belief Wan rgpi-enSed privately
by one cabinet officer that Km rope
filially bail liei'ti given s constructive
plan on which It might agree and
work out a peaceful adjustment of Ita
most difficult problem that of pro
ducing reparations from Herman*.
The only formal statement wan la
sued by Secretary Hoover, lie pointed
out some of the advantages to Ameri
can trade and farm production which
would follow If the plans led to a set
tlement of Ruropean economic prob
lems. In addition to these advan
tages, It was pointed out in other
quarters, that a sr.lutloii would aid
this country by making It easier for
the allied governments to repay Hie
war time loans made them by the
flankers Praise Plan.
New York, April B.—Expressing
conviction that the Hawes report
would provide a working basis for the
solution of European problems, hank
ers and leaders today praised the
committee's recommendations as con
structive steps toward stabilization
of International commerce and finance
and Aaluable contributions to peace.
By Associated Press.
Eondon, April 9.—That the plan of
the committees of experts should
prove unacceptable to flermany is un
believable to British officials who ex
pressed their opinion on the subject
today. They qualified this opinion,
however, with the reservation that
one never could tell whether (Jermany
would display common sense or
Superior (Hub Gives Nature
Study Program at Nelson
Nelson. April 10.—Nelson Woman's
club had a most Instructive nature
study program at the home of Mrs.
R. C. Cottle, put on by the club from
Superior, of which Mrs. Clyde John
son is leader. >lrs. Johnson gave a
talk on birds, profusely Illustrated by
charts, many examples of nests, and
a collection of eggs. This was fol
lowed by a paper on "The Migration
of Birds," by Mrs. Earl IJonberger.
A paper was also given by Mrs.
Charles Groves on "Butterflies and
Moths." She exhibited a collection of
butterflies from South America, the
property of Miss Evelyn Broadstone
Tax on Gasoline Favored
by Oakland Business Men
Oakland, Neb., April 10.—The cham
ber of commerce voted for a tax on
gasoline, the revenues to be used on
roads. President W. H. Blakeman of
the Nebraika Good Roads association
and Frank R. Reels, Held representa
tive of the organization, told of what !
Is being done to further good roads
construction and how to obtain funds
for the work. Pressure is being
brought to bear on the county super
visor* to have the Washington hlgh
vtay graveled through the county.
Former Beatrice Resident
Dies at Los Angeles Home
Beatrice, Neh., April Ifl.—Announce
ment was received here of the death
of John H. Wayham. formerly of
this city, at hi* home In Ty>* Angela*,
of paralysis. He in survived by hi*
wife and three children, two non* and
cne daughter. Burial was In Porter
Bee Want Ad* Produce Kesulta. i
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Hr THOHNTON \V. HI HI****
A tIHU fun aieag '*• *•’
loiahiaea vii • ** 4*ti*at da* „
- V«im*l Ntvnn
Kinwrr Hnmii'i lt«> I’lan* m Fitter
Farmer Brawn'* Boy *** eli'ltsd.
»\\ ooMn't you Be excited If yoll had
"oat met four I'nin" Me hurried to
get lmrk to the sugar home. Now
and then’ he gtanosd lmrk over hla
shoulder. Me was no longer stared.
At least that is w liat h* t<M<f himself
But every tlm* he thought of h»w
lilg and ter (tide Mother Bear had
looked he shivered a wee hit. You ae*.
h* didn't know that that flercsnssa
had l»eeii all a bluff on Mother Bear's
part. He didn't know that she had
been only pretending.
When lie gut Imrk to the augar
houae he told Farmer Brown all about
hi* adventure. How Farmer Brown
did laugh! ltut presently he became
serious, "Those lieara," said he, “are'
| likely to make ua a lot of trouble. A
bear I* sa full of mischief aa the
most mischievous small buy that ever
lived. They won t he aide to keep
away from here while we are making
augar and syrup. Ydu remember what
happened when two cube got Into this
augar house one time while we were
"I should sa y I do!" exclaimed
Farmer Brown's Boy. "It was the
worst mesa I ever saw. If two could
turn tlilupa upside down the way
H f *n-*l
lie filled an empty tomato ran with
soft maple sugar.
they did I don't know what would
happen If three gut In here.''
‘Which means," stjld Farmer
Brown, "that one tia must remain
here all the time. It will not be
safe to leave the sugar house alone
until the season Is over. Bears will
do almost anything to get sweets."
Farmer Brown’s Boy began to I
chuckle. "We ll entertain those hears
if they ronie around here," he aaid.
That evening while the sap was be j
ing boiled to make syrup and sugar
Farmer Brawn s I>oy was very busy.
He filled «n empty tomato can with
soft maple sugar, pressed the top
hack in place, fastened a wire tight
ly around the middle of it, and to
this fastened a long straight wire,
w hirh was made fast to a short piece
of rope. Then he filled another can
GOOD AND DAD
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Ralph W. Jones Inc.
2421 Firun JA 1915
in ltie name n il, hup *tul not feeler
• nt mre In Ibis I Is then |*i it fed
a little thb k syrup ever t«*ib <*<>■
lets the nett afternoon Kanoet
RroatT* II**v went over t*> wherw h»
had found l be telltale foot pi Oil a of
ihe voting bears. Then he eratternl
on the snow eans small pi«w of
maple sugar. He walleted eome more
aftinna the trees where the young
leers had meddled with Ihe sap patta.
Kioto there he oenl slratahi l*..*k 1*1
the Hill# clearing where the sugar
house hm. All the wai there he k»|*t
dropplhg lllile pie* ea of sugar.
In the i tearing Just * Ittlle way
from the sugar house was a hlrrh
liee. 1'iirnisr Itdinni Ihiy * tlrnUrd
this, and to on# of the branches, as
far out an he could gel, he tied Ihe
rupe which he had made fast to the
Wire that was fastened to the can of
sugar he had fired Ihe night before.
When he waa through that syrup 1
covered ran hung above the ground
Just about llie bright nf one of those
young bears when standing up. The
other sugar filled, syrup-covered can
he plared on an old stump.
"Now," said be, "we arc ready to
entertain visit ora If they come.”
The neit story: "The Visitors Ar
WOMAN, 60, SUES
Chicago, April 10.—Charging that
her divorced husband. Charles .f. Tay
lor, now of Han Francisco, had re
pudiated his proposal to her of a re
marriage, apparently to “have his
usual good time dancing.” Mrs. Mary
Is. Taylor today asked $2.1.000 for
breach of promise. Hhe is 60: he is
S5. After gaining a reputation, ac
cording to Mrs. Taylor, as a gay and
“wonderful dancer” at “widowers’
dubs,” Mr. Taylor was stricken with
paralysis and is now In a San Fran
Pays Paris \ i*it
(holiull t* M r li Killer* oil \r«
ri\mI : Mine, Mill<-r«n*l ^
Nr l»MH«lei| prrM
1 *.« 1 *, A).(II 1U WWMMlg * f' lit#
Fr.-ii. li hlu* toque an(| e handsome
fur coat, yu*en Mart* of Human.a,
Korol* - ynuiia* -’ rn\ *i i:i indinotta f9
arrived with king Ferdmend at tliq
royal alallon in the Hoi* de Houlognq
today for a three da>s' Matt of at-it a.
The queen was Hi# object of an
'ovation a* alie tod* down the Champ*
Klyaeep ih*side Mine. Millet and, w.f#
of the French |>r*aldcnt,
Rumanian glrln in iieanant coalume*
prenented the aovereigna bouquet* it
The king, dressed a* a field Ju*r«
ahal. tt.y«l an ultra Balkan air, hut
Marie looked a I'arlnlentie to her
An the gala cortege panned through
the Avenue 1 hi Bole de Boulogne
Premier Poincare, tiding in the third
carriage with M. Urn a, the Rumanian
foreign minister, was enthusiastically
cheered. Indicating that denpite the
recent coolness toward him in tlia
chamber of deputies he In still popu
lar with the people.
$20,000 Fire at Salem.
Falls City. Neb.. April 10.—Fim
starting in the basement of the Par
rish drug store at the town of Salem,
west of here, today, destroyed the Odd
Fellows hall, a two-atqry brick build
ing housing the drug store and •
postoffice adjoining. The total loss is *
placed at $20,000.
This Week Only—ffizmstS
Offer Jubilee Specials in
Corsets - - Wrap - Around s
To celebrate their fiftieth anniversary, the
Warner Brothers Co. are offering through
our Corset Department sensational values in
garments made specially for this occasion.
I figure* will
Easter Sale of
New Spring Furs
With suit or dross, tho perfect en
semble requires a bit of fur.
White fox, dyed the newer shades:
cocoa, peHch, ^ * q fj *
Brown fox scarfs, beautiful pelt*
of soft, rich 7 (1
The supreme fur event of
the spring season, provid
ing extraordinary values *
for Thompson-Belden pa
trons in the selection of
flattering new fur essen
tial for the Easter cos
Girls at eastern schools are choosing
these smart fur coats for spring
White coney, beige coney, plati
num caracul, beige caracul, and
are the pelts they choose.
Many More Pieces Not Listed
There's smartness in this
patent pump with its gray
suede trimming, its gored
front that assures its per
fect fit around the top and
through the instep; there's
comfort, to boot, in its
block heel, patent covered.
Sorosis in Omaha ft
chtaiirlfj at Thompnon
Silk froito top to toe. and
very, very sheer. Every
new shade for street and
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