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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1924)
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For Your Inspection
|*rcss up; that’* the mtwiind that Uim spring «l*y»
bring, We are showing now a moat complete stork
of the season's latest style* In suit* for men ami
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\ mini: mrn. in our uippuiy uni »uh«
inmlf by thf famous
. HOUSE OF
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Get Your New Suit Saturday
Here you will find every color, style or cut you might
wish for. Our quality clothing at moderate prices
needs no comparison.
The Newest Thing in
Top coats are a necessity. Do you need one? If so,
don’t put it off, but come in Saturday and see all
the different styles shown here. Included are the
famous “KNITTEX” Top Coats that are so popular
*25 *27“ *30
Mallory and Stetson Hats for Spring
1415 Farnam St.
Nebraska One of
Two Stales With
Krrtlpn Here Inlarge Opera
tions \Miile < Miter* Are
< tilling Himn Good
< lorn Smrce.
A toll II.—Tha number of
cattle on feed A<r market In tha corn
belt •into* on April I thl* year wan1
only 9h.5 par cent of tha nunibar on
fowl on April 1, 1923. aoi-nrdlng to an
estimate of the United Htataa Jtepart
ment of Agriculture.
HI ate* eaet and west of the Mtssls
*lpp| river allowed fewer ontfl* on
feed, hut the largest percenUgs was
shown In the eastern group, where
the number was only 92 per cent of
The only Increase* were ..In Ne
braska with ink per cent and South
Dakota with 110.
The decrease seems to he due to
either an actual shortage of corn or
a shortage of corn of good quality
rather than to a shortage of cuttle,
flood quality tieef cuttle Bold higher
In February Htid March this year
than during the same month* *tnce
1920, and the spread In prices he
tween feeder cattle and beef cattle
has heen the largest for the winter
months in four years.
Movement of stocker and feeder cat
tle into the corn lielt and into all the
■state* except Nebraska and South
Dakota the first three month* of the
year was less than during the same
months In 1923 and 1922 by 12 and
18 per cent respectively, yet the prices
of feeding cattle were lower than last
year and but little higher than two
years ago, and the prices of beef
cattle higher than In either of the
The quality of the corn fed the
past winter, especially In the eastern
corn belt states, has been poor, and
unsatisfactory gains and compara
tively high price* have tended to dis
courage further feeding even in areas
where a surplus still exists. Last
year's large crop of corn In Nebraska
and South Dakota and the compara
tively cheaper price seem to have en
couraged Increased feeding.
The wlnted marketings and Isnpect
ed slaughter of cattle showed a amall
Increase over last year and were the
Inrgest for the winter months since
the season of 1919-1920. The fact that
In spite of this Increased slaughter
und of competition of pork products
from the largest winter hog slaughter
on record, the average price of beef
steers in January. February and
March was higher than In the previ
ous three years, would seem to Indi
cate a rather favorable situation for
the feeders of cattle during the next
Lloyd George 111.
London, April 11.—Former Premier
David Lloyd Cleorge la slightly ill to
day, suffering from a cold.__
FOR W. F. WAPPICH
Mavnr Jam** ttallmali, Judges nf
the MimMlMl fourtl and other pt«m
leant city efftotal* crowded Into th*
Hoffman funerel chapel Friday after
nnon to attend th# funerel eervlce#
for Municipal Judge W. F Wapplch
oho died Thm*<lay morning at hi*
home In addition to many friend*,
th* ctty official* pr**cnt were Judge
Frank l»ln**n, It W, Pel rick,
tleorg# Holme*. Arthur F. ftaldwIn,
W, W, fflsbstigh, Acting t'hlof of Uo
Ilea Jack |'*aanon*kl, I'natmeatei
i'hat lea ttlack. t*tln Nielsen, accrc
tary nf th* Flks; Charles Unlit, Ike
Minor, Val Peter.
Floral offering* from th* Flk*. city
hall employee and from (wiHee court
attache* were hanked on lh# altar.
Itev. It. tt. Bryan, pastor nf the
United Presbyterian church, officiated.
Police t'ommlsaloner Henry Dunn
sang "Abide With Me" and "One
Sweetly Solemn Thought." Frit*
Carlson played the organ. No eulogy
Th* body will he taken to Keokuk,
la., for burial on Saturday morning
A fret concert will be given Satur
day afturnon from 3 to 4 at the
Schmoller & Mueller store auditorium
at Sixteenth and Dodge streets.
The program la as follows:
Welle Mtgnun Reproducing Medium—
.Tletlnrtf Op. 47 Chopin
Played by Ignan Jan Taederewikl
Mlee Gray Hall. Mlsner school.
Plano Solo—Fuba, Dett
Mlee Doula I.ongley. pupil of Mr* Corlnne
Mlee Marlon Fleher, pupil af Mlg* Mary
Plano Solo—Th* Dark. ldnrk*
Mlee Virginia Wllco*. puptl *f Mn
Corlnne Pautaen Thoraan.
(a) Fifth Air Varla. Dancla.
(b> Traumerta. Schumann.
Celia Zler. pupil of Frank Mach
Accompanist, Mlea Dlbby Ziar.
Piano Solo—Butterfly, Savellee
Mlee Helen Bethard. pupil of Mr*. Corlnne
Marjorie Petaraon. pupil of Mlaa Dorothy
Walt# Mlgnon Reproducing Medium—
.I,a Campanella. Paganini. Uisl
Played by T. Bueonl.
The “fishing pole” burglar, who has
angled trouser# and effect# of aeverai
persona In South Omaha out of their
bedroom window*, ha# appeared In
FVank Moore, 1213 South Eleventh
street, reported to police that he was
awakened Friday morning to see his
pants disappearing through the win
dow on the end of a bamboo pole.
Th# thief extracted a billfold con
taining *21 from th# pocket and ton.
ed the pant* back through th* win
Prisoners Fire Jail.
Niobrara, Neb., April 11.—Fir# was
discovered In the Niobrara Jail and
an alarm turned In. Two prisoner;
had fired the bedding.
A Wealth of Helpful Suggestion for the Housewife
Look for the April Number of
In Your Next Sunday’s
The Easter number of Practical Cookery la filled
with a wealth of interesting and instructive articles,
suggestions and hints to add zest and new interest to
the preparation and cooking of food.
Practical Cookery Magazine is meeting with en
thusiastic response from housewives everywhere. In
it are Ideas, gleaned from the best food authorities,
which may be used profitably in your own kitchen
See the New “Baby and
Mothers will find a keen interest in Madame Dahl’s article
entitled "When Baby Buds Burst Into Bloom." It brings ecore*
of timely suggestions on the clothing of babies.
Nothing is quite so Important as baby's health, and mothers
may profitably read Dr. C. Elizabeth Lyman’s article entitled
“The Royal Rond to Health.” In it tho doctor ubly presents
the wav to better health for babies.
Madame Dahl •
C. E. Lyman, M. D.
P. P. Fodrea
F. L. Keman
j C. F. Chesire
Mary I. Barber
F. Van Millan
Practical Cookery Costs You Nothing
Practical Cookery Magazine coinen with your Sunday Omaha Bee With
out charge—yet its value to you in your kitchen and in your home la unlimited.
Order Next Sunday’s Omaha Bee and Get Practical Cookery Magazine
Army ( iijilain
to Stand Trial
I dpi. Kulirrl H«M*nl»hill» Stir*
rnnlfr* Srlf in Hayinp of
Major < roiiMiilr.
Nr* York, April II t%pt. Robert
lloMlilulh today Surrendered In fed
oral suthortltea anil posted fJO.Oeo
hall In guarantee tila appearance In
Meattl* to aland trial fur the murder
of Mi], Alexander P, frank lilts at
i'amp l,e»l«, Wash., In 1911.
Thus ended I lie fight Roaenlduth
had waged fur two vent'a In evade
extradition to the western state on
the ground that the grand Jury by
which h" atul Corp. Roland R. Pothler
wera Jointly Indicted for the rrlfne
linked proper Jurladlctlon.
The officer's action today followed
a aupreme court decision of last week
that the place to challenge Jurisdic
tion was In the court where he was
Indicted. Col. Herbert Lehman, hank
er and philanthropist, put up $20,000
worth of Liberty bonds for Rosen
DIES IN HOSPITAL
Juhn lUrMN, shot Itl* Wednesday
l»y »*r*nlt Mandat a. In • mutual
friend a fatyn at tb* IHfaajf hotel, i
died at 4 14 Velds> afternoon at PI
M unter charge Will ha fH*d agalnat
name* and Pondera had quarreled
tt adneadav t*n th* pd> where they
were employed hy Ih* Hanlglirn
I'ltinihing company. Ilarne# a a a
trsneferred to attolhar Job That av*
nlng Pander*. armed, frrnnd him tn the
friend'* aeni and emptied a J2eall
l,er revolver Into th* room where
lluniM and Hire* nlhera ware trlalt
Harnr* gavo himself up to police
half an hour after th# ahnotlng. The
■lead man had lived tn Omaha a year,
coming hare from fit. Paul.
35 PEOPLE APPLY
FOR ORPHAN BOY
More than SB applications from
persona In all walks of Ufa In all
parts of the mlddlewest have been
received for “Tag" Justly, 14-months
old boy whe was returned to th#
i Ii I Mi Having* lliillltil* nflr* Ik*
lUwth *f Mi In CHlWtifcu*.
Vil., on Mm h II Ta*‘* fathar li
law in I ha Mlaannrl i»nll*nUaH awl
Nil *>ian<l|M*« nia II** in Affr*. Kan
No #«Mri»**n imimr# will M Ufcnn
for **’i tin ni*tfl tli* Inri fnwifiy tti
thr oiyfttft hr m font'll for M*o*
■tor-far** Mr* A. A. »np*r.
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| “The Store of individual Shop*”
[ 16th and Farnam Paxton Block
and your desire will be intensified after a visit
to our Apparel Shop tomorrow. Here we have
assembled for Saturday three great value
Smart New Coats, i
Suits and Dresses .
Apparel that is fresh from New York, with a
style for every fashion tasty*, and a size for every
type of figure. *
Supreme values, you’ll agree!*
Sale of Knitted
Suits and Dresses
Values to $27.50
A special purchase at an opportune time!
Apparel whose high quality la readily apparent. In
every new spring color and color combination. For all.
around or sports wenr they're so smart and practical!
Silk Teddies *495
Out-of-the-Ordinary ,.H Value
Charmingly fashioned of Truhu silk and fivo-thraad
crepe; tastefully trimmed with real Irish or Filet lacea,
net footing or perhaps a hit of exquisite hand em
"111# Slot# #f l#4i«Mii#l 5K#|I*"
16th and Fa mam Paatan Black I
BOYS' Complete i
i For boys wearing size*
from 10 to 18.
Any $16.50 all-wool 2 pants suit in stock. Big as
sortment to select from. i
Any boys’ shoes up to $6.00. Fitted carefully. J
Any $1.00 cap.
$1.50 silk striped blouses with buttoned collars attached.
60c stockings. i
50c all-silk knitted ties.
75c genuine leather belt.
Don’t fail to see this outfit! All for $20.00.
Boys’ Shop—Second Floor
Complete line of Holland Shoes and d*0 7C up
Oxfords for the sturdy fellow from • u
Sizes from 1 to 6
"Tho St or* of Individual Shop*”
| 16th and Farnam Paxton Block
| Saturday Special
In Black Patentj
Tan kid • *• • .«! |
Gray kid • • »:<f • * a
White kid 1
Shoo Shop—Moio Floor ®
“Tka Star* af laiirWual Shop.”
16th and Fa mam Paxton Block
Little Girls Love to j
Dress Up for Easter! |
—and they can be made happy at such a trifling <
cost in the Kiddie Shop, tomorrow. Read,
mothers, then come and be convinced! j
Special at |
*g95 and * l 295
Valuas la 915 00 Valya, la $15.90
| • * • • ’ a
Quality costs that will continaa to satisfy—
J in ovary favored spring color and stylo,
TUB FROCKS i
Pretty, practical. j
and such values l t I
• 195 md *395 i
Sixes 2 to 14 j
Gingham, tissues, voiles, Swiaaea— «
any fabrie you might want; styled j
adqgkbly and made to withatand fre* J
quant tubbing. j
A Hat t. Top Each Euler Co,tow I
$1.95 and $3.95
OtK.r. to $5.95
Youthful Vorttnn* of Mothor*’ Own—
In nn K mi lets Yariets
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