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    vv : -TIIK BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, MARtfl 2. 1912.
Council Bluffs
Minor. Mention "
The ConncU Binff Otfkw of
th. Omaha Bee to at 15
Scott Street. TeiephoM 43.
Council Bluffs
Foundling Discovered in Time to
- Prevent Child's Fraxing.
VjctroU, til A. Hospe Cm.
H. Borwlek for win paper.- -Woodrinc
Cndwiatlng' Crv. TL Ml
Corilgan, undertaker. Phones ltt
i Get the habit for Morehouse prtntkjg -.
For ele Six-ream taiue, Ht Axth Ate.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phoo ft'.
Bluffy city Laundry. Dry Cleaning and
; Dy werkt New phone No. Mli.
TO SAVE Oh BO R how. 8EK C..B.
Miltual Bid. Loan An n., 13 .Pearl.
Wanted-Three tjood boy a to carry Bee
route. Apply li Scott' St.- '
Carnations all colore, 73c per doe. Vio
lets, Uc .per .bunch.. Lelnton. 'Phoae MO.
Council Camp M..W. p. W..'wtll mart
In: regular ecsaloc,. thla evening at lite
Kami ball. - t. .
gncampment So, , 8. V. V. IV. , and
Auxiliary No. li will meet In their, hall
this afternoon at J Ju. i . f .-'-if
taffy Milt and anyunng in win,
liqtior or brandies. Call at Roeenteld a
. rnmtiy. liquor Houee. , .. . ' ,-'
The funeral of John Chileon Iewla, who
died Tuesday evenina. will be held at
: 10 this alternoon-at the home of hie
on. U. C. imia, Burial will be to the
Le-wia cemetery; , t .. -if -t
A upplemntkrr Inventory was yester
day filed by W. H prs, administrator
of the eatate of William Spear. Ilatlni
M acres of farm "land In the aloequlto
i reek valley. . , , .
Judgment by angulation waa entered
in the district court yeaterday la the
milt of Roscoe Hardin and A H. Ofay
against the Walker Sheet Metal company
lor fS and coata of acllon. t
K. E. Johnson of RrdMeld. 8. D.. la In
tha city, -a guest of the Grand. He'll
secretary of lha South Dakota Hardware
Dealera , association, and waa In con
ference yesterday with local hardware
men. j . -.
W. H. Orlffln. who raid he waa em
ployed bv the Omaha Oe companv, waa
ien e.teii-dev.jajl sentence yesterday
morning In pi lire court after proof tliat
be had been malty . of .obeeen- con
duct oa the atreet in the vicinity of the
Broadway and Pearl etreef Intersection.
there will be bit doing t the T.U'
clib tonight. It win be tli annual tnt
liC of toe club and new. officers fr. the
jear will be elected. Wlien the election
la over the member will enjoy a banquet
and all of the. fine features that make
life In the beautiful club house altofether
worth aeeinc. J -,'
Slartaret E. Splller Instituted a -orce
suit In the district court yeaterday
again her husband, Avery C. Miller,
Thorn the wed In Council, Bluff on
June 14. IA. She aeke for, the cuatody
of their minor child, Dorothy K., and
whatever other relief the court may aee
fib to five her. She alleles cruelty at
the basla of her suit. . .1 r r-
The funeral of W..II. Mai will be
held today at his late residence 4n Hirel
1'ell unhlp. There. will, be aaltort
service at the house at II .o'clock and
the casket will then be taken to Makel
rell church where f turner service will
be held .beftltinln at 1: o'clock, con
ducted by Rev. Edgar Price. Interment
will be la 1 1 axel Un cemetery.
Mh. ' at. ' C. Bksbett, afed Ti years,
died yesterday at ber home, 11 outh
Main street, from heart Irouble. frohi
which she had been a sufferer for the
last: year. The body was removed to
'utter-, .where the. funeral, will be held
on Kriday. The aervlcel will be con
ducted by Rev. J. at. Wllllnme. The
body eril be buried In Pllrvlew ceme
tery Mrs. Baaaett had lived In Council
Bluffs for llie last twentr-Ove years.
Her neireM aurvlvtnf , relative are two
nephews. Will and Rof Beldler. and one
jtlere. )lw Blli.l' FteWler. also a sister-in-law;
Mrs. Amanda Beldler.. . ., ... .
ft. J. Wolcull bea.n a dl rtHrt court
ault yeatarday to enforce collection of
a bahance uf la -olalined to be due for
land rental from-Frit Pelle as a part
of hla, contract t piy a7l for 'farm
lunde leseed for a period of three years.
The balance eoed for represents part of
the rental for ifU: vnn ahnrt crops
made it difficult for land tenant io
make food their ohllntlpn lo land
lords. The plaintiff !. -in aitach
ment to ao'er the amount Involved.
A second count ' the iietltion aaka
Judltment for T for alleaed damaaaa to
shade treea on the land leased.
Young Baptist Pastor
Takes Ministers Vows
Rev. J E. Chryatal, who baa bean aerv
liK for some time as .paetor. of the-Me-morlal
Baptist church, located at Avenue
B and Twenty-second treet waa ordained
yeatarday aa a clernman of the Bhtttat
church. The acrvlcas began In the after
noon and lasted throughout the evening.
There were a number of vlaltlng 'clergy
men from adjoining, towns, representing
the Soutlitrcstrrn Iowa Baptist aaaocla
tlon, compriaing more-than-twenty Bap
tist' churches. I'lva Baptist clergymen
ware present from Omaha and . South
Omaha.. ' f ' :. a
During the afternoon a .council of .the
association of mlnlltera'met at the ohurch
and conducted the. required .dlsripllairy
examination of the candidate. The for.
jnal - ordination services took ' place at
this church during the 'evening. Rev. .Dr.
K.. R. Curry, paator of the Calvary Bap
tist church of. Omaha, delivered' the or
dination aharge and made the principal
oMrees. All of the members of the Coun
cil Bluffs MlnliteriaJ association had been
invited' to attend .and nearly all. were
there.. The cburcbiaa-crowded through
out the exerctsea thevltltora and members
of the congregations and jhelr-frlewda -
Rev. Mr. Chryatal h already built up
a, atrong and growing church in the waste
era part of the city. Hie work wilt con-.
' tlnue along the same broad lines that gas
' made tt as-successful la the pest. 1 ,
i Real Katat Traaafere. '
Ileal eatate tranrfera reported to The
Bee February T by the Pottawattamie
l-qunty Abstract company:-- .
1eke Kinney to Mike Kinney, ne4
awW. n aa! and , ae. -;-
. w. d i
same to John Klnhey. uwli. t-it-u,
. d i
Same to Margaret Kinney, w awle,
-7-U. w. d j
Ulen Drake and husband to F. M.
Atkinson. Iota M. U and 11. block
I Arnold's First addltioa to Oak
land, w. d
I.' T. .Van Ness to Helen O. Van
Ness. wH ne4 of Mock a, Neela,
la., w,-w
Erastaa A. Benson and wife to Ed
ward Roach, lot t block U. Bry
ant aV Clark e aaUUvlaloa. Council
Bluffa w. d
Jamea U By era to Henry De Iowg,
- lot S. block 17.- Hall's addition.
ixmnai omiia, w. a . Zjm
Belle Braluun to P. J. Day. lot 11. '
block a. Ferry addition, -Council
Bluffs, w. a Be
at. 8. Ellis and wife to Bessie
Prauty. lot . block L except sk
feet. Bubank'B' second addtloa,
tounctl Bluffs, w. 4 Lea)
jeeee. 8mttk and wife to Peter T. '
Petersen, a aw and el acres'
nwnsw. tl-n-et. w. 4 Leal
Kate w. Uaaaoa and baaband t A.
Mandberg, awW, aad H
U-iT-O. w. d MB.
. sUeMBevMaakarat-anet wifa-ts
w. Larsen. aw, r.-'.t-B. w. 4.... n,a
Sarah a Faote to Edward Reach. -
Iota a, , 1 and t, block ft, Brraat
. tc Clarka'a anbdlrntton, Caamctl
RlurTa, w. d Bat
William J- Craea to Xertle Creaa.
aaaei and aw ae a-K-O. w.d.. 1
Tertlaa tt ta Tbo Bee Want Ad cair.aron
iewa Law Makes Baeeatteca Can
aemt Sere aaa ry ta Adeptloa,
Wklrk Raa Been Offered by -Several
. A kindly hearted young man returning
from a dance prevaated what would have
been the cruet murder of a helpless little
girl baby when be discovered It lying
on too front porch of the home of afro.
Aaraa A. Wood, a widow, who conducts
a .boarding house at UK South Sixth
street. The Infant waa wrapped only In
a thin and ragged blanket and Ita face
And upper' part of Its body were ex
posed to. the nearly aero temperature.
How long the Utile 'child had lain there
Ha -not -known, but tt had ao nearly per.
Ished that-it waa ntceeaery to take It
to atercy aoepital yesterday morning for
treatment and ear.
, Mrs. Wood, who has a family of three
children. . the oldest a . son employed aa
a collector by the Arthur Slack Transfer
company, and two girls aged t and U.
had- been in Omaha In the early part of
the evenlag. She and all members of the
family had retired before ) o'clock, and
the Infant waa placed there some time
after her return. The young .man re
turning from a dance about midnight
heard what he thought were the plain
tive cries of a kitten. He stopped and
listened, and traced the aounda as com
ing from tbo Wood residence. Investiga
ting with the expectation of finding a
freesing kitten, he discovered the little
eackage-wuh Its wee- bit of 'frail hu
manity. Picking up the baby in his arms
ha ' kicked vigorously on th door until
ho' aroused Mrs. Wood. The little waif
waa taken Inside and everything that
the. motherly heart of Mrs. Wood could
do to relieve Ita dlatreaa waa dona at
once. An hour later ah notified tho po
lio, .and early yesterday morning Mayor
Malonoy directed City Physician Tubbs
to give the Utile creature the beat poe
stbLe' profeeaional car. An examination
convinced th phyalcian that ita life could
only be preserved by hospital treatment
and' th little at ranger waa turned over
to th car of the, autera at Mercy.
ma inrant la apparently five or six
weeks aid, and appears to have been
sadly neglected aa well aa Insufficiently
nourished. No clua whatever bad been se
cured yeaterday to Indicate Identity of
lha parent or explain Ita abandonment.
but It la evident that dire poverty waa
the. Influence that overcame the mother
lre of th woman who gave It up.
The littl girl will be kept at th hos
pital until a good home la gound for her.
There hav been aeveral offera of adop
tion aad It undoubtedly will find a good
home. Under on aectlon of the Iowa law
Mayor Maoaey becomee Ita foater-father
and must give-hla consent to Ita adoption.
Trouble la in sight for aucceeeful aa
well aa defeated candidates unices they
t;et a hustle on themaelres and comply
with tha amended state primary and elec
tion lawn, which reqi a definite and
complete statement of all expeneea In
curred "In the city campaign for nomi
nations that was concluded on Monday.
Th law requires that every ' candidate
who filed for any of the various conteata
must within ten days after the election
furnlah the county auditor a full itemised
list of all hla expeneea. Failure to do this
Incurs liability of a fine of not lees than
ISO or mora than 00 or a jail sentence
of not leas than thirty day or more than
six month.'
. Five asctlona of the cod ending with
section. UJT of the supplement prescribe
tha procedure which must be followed
and state th penalties that must or may
be Inflicted for their violation, and the
penalties are sufficiently heavy to offer
a sharp Incentive for compliance. Ignor
ance of tha law cannot be pleaded aa a
notice should save a number of reputable
Council Blutfa cltlsena who might other
wise get Into undeserved trouble.
, So tar only one candidate haa filed the
required statement. Ha la A. H. Huber,
defeated democratic candidate for alder
man from the First, ward. He flled hla
expense account with. County Auditor
Haanaa yeaterday. ' It' totaled just fc.74,
and th atatemenU duly aworn to. ahows
that all of the money waa spent for cards
and advertising. The ten-day period ex
pire next Friday.
Nebraska Woman
.Travels in Dress
." ' That is Convenient
..Because Mrs. Effle Frayner of Lincoln,
Neb., choee to wear soma portions of mat
attire that fitted her well and which aha
felt would add to her comfort while mak
ing the long Journey to Idaho In charge of
a 'carload of household goods to be used
by herself and huaband la rounding their
new home In tho mountain at ate, aha waa
arrested by Council Bluffs policemen oa
the mistaken charge that aha waa seek
ing to Impersonate a man. Th arrest
waa mad by Detective Callaghan, who
observed Mrs. Frayner on a Fifth avenue
ear yeaterday afternoon. She had an her
neat womanly looking shoes and stock
ings which were showing conspicuously
beneath' tbo blue denim overalls she
wora, A maa'a sweater waa not concealed
by tha comfortable overcoat she .wore,
left behind by her huaband when be went
to Idaho to pioneer the new home, and a
man' cap did not all 'Conceal her long
hair, . her tasteful coiffure sustained by
unmistakable hairpins and ' etdeeornbe
which her cap nM firmly In place.
At the police station - Mrs. Frayner
showed ber credentials and told her story
without hesitancy. She aald ah had to
rtde in freight car caboose aad look
after th stock in th car. necessitating
frequent dbnbtng into and out of high
ear door. With Amerlcaa independence
Mr, rraywar aald ah dressed herself in
tho way that aaada it possible for her to
do her work la th most comfortable and
efficient moaner. Beer aald aha waa at
year old aad waa the mother of two
healthy children wboof she would otn hi
Idakev Bar man's attir waa a akia
faUy worn an a wall adjusted that ana
dined at tw Omncal Brafia rest ni ante
dnrmc th day wtthoct exrarng; alarm.
Bha waa detilnid at -tie station only a
lew mtmwii and istiaiaal ta taw Usees
PaeSUe traxwanr. when har car of hnnsw-
an overland xresxJkt tmta
Council Bluffs
Bluffs Man's, Brother
Has Wonderful Escape
Clarence H.- Hough.1 captain of No. 4
fire, company, , received , cAplea of , the
Lawton, OkL',,- papers' " .yesterday con
taUlng account of -a serious accident
and narrow escape, from Instant death
sustained by his brother. CUT Hough.
He was riding In ad automobile la the
outaklrte of the towa In company with
a doctor, and while traveling at a good
speed one of th tire burst. According
to the nee paper accounta. eecured from
spectator, the ear turned . a complete
somerrault. landing right aide up far
away from the point occupied when the
explosion -came. . No part of the ma
chine wss hurt at ail but. th top, which
raked the. ground a It flopped over.
'Mr. Hough and his 'companion were
both thrown out and knocked lensrlesa,
and. Injured, to auch an extent that they
required hospital treatment.. .The doctor
left the horpllal soon , after and Mr.
Hough aav stated to bo . due tor dis
charge tomorrow. ' The behavior of th
machine, rooptng-the-loop In the air. Is
descrbed aa -beng the moat remarkable
feat .reported" In '.Oklahoma automobile
IncMenta. If the heavy, oar .had not
fully completed .Its turnover both men
would perhaps have been killed by being
crushed 'under It.' aa' both-drepped out
when the. car .turned bottom, aide up
and were left, lying In .the road. ..When
the car came down on Its-wheels It was
headed In exactly tie oposlte direction
from had been 'traveling. The
bar . to . proaacutloa. aud this f rlend ly
power had In some manner been shut
off or the maehine- would have run over
th prostrat men. , '
'Marriage Llreaaca.
Marris re. licenses .wer lasited .yesterday
to the following 'named persona:
Kathertne Beaselman. Lincoln, iseo ill
Rby Glvena. Omaha...: V
Km ma Born; Omaha..) :-
Oeorgr E. Miller. Omaha., n
IXhel Barnea,,Omaha.....: 31
For the 'bert-wine, liquors, brandies
and beer call. at RtttenfeM a family-liquor
souse, 6H south .Main n,t. .'importers oi
wines, liquor. ' nS aloula.
' Hi i...
Evans "in;H6i)itrllr; ;
iNurse aniuminena
CHICAGO. Fb.'.' AV -Chicago . golfr
aid thVy ' saw ; a' romance today - when
Charles (Chlckl Kvana. Jr,, waa taken .to
Wesley hospital to undergo an operation.
Mr. J. Anna Carpenter 'limit., a head
nurse at.the hospital.-.will . administer
anaeathetjes to ''Chick" when he la placed
online, operating table tomorrow morn
ing. '....", " : i.
Mrs. Hall.a. Misa ."Johnny",. Carpentet
waa a champion woman golfer until Mlaa
Bessie Anthony .took the till from her.
In those day whan Mlaa Carpenter was
the beat known -woman .golfer In the
west, -jChlclC. .Kvana -was her caddie.
Kvana noj only .won fayor In this position,
but became-an expert with the clubs, and
today lsone-of the beat knOn young
player in tne country. '
Mlaa CarpeMer rWffd from golf to
marry' 'Dr.' Vernon Hall.' Mead of' the
chemistry, department at Northwestern
unlveralty. Later," reyerae f threw Mrs
Mail oa1 tier own rea'ourcea. 'and ah bo-
cam a nilrae.' Nw she' Is taking care of
her' firmer" caddie. ' " i .A ;;' ' ' '
When told that fhe'operation wa hecea-aary.""hlck-'
said "he place
himself ' In , the hand of friends and
selected Wesley hospital,' ' because Mrs.
1111. wis theraV; -it '.' . ' , '
Cut 'Prices Upheld on
; 'Patenied ; Articles
I ,
. WASHINGTON.. Feb.f .-Patnt . medi
cine and other, pa(ent4. article, may be
avid withput referencetto.the-prlce Hxed
byith patenlee.1 ; i.f: r' ?
This waa the.oMnlon handed down today
by: Juatlc tWrlth.b.)n,th equity, court
when be refuted the appllotlon of a drug
manufacturing icoiiccrr)' for .an injunction
to prevent a local, drugjrlft frbtn "cutting"
price, mlthout . the manufacturers' per
mission., .The court decjerfd., that the
patentee of n article could control the
price by ,hotrfd, b, sold by a
llcenaee." but that one tn article had
found It Way to the open market, by out-
rtcht purchase all .right to nx tne price
paesed , from' the patentee. , t
It wak admitted that th retail druggist
was not a 'llcentee.''
NEW TORK, March'l.-A vigorous de-
fens for.'lniffed nkerkrehargod with
poisoning " eight bibiek 'in the Brooklyn
.Nursery and Infanta hospital.- waa made
by Ed ward Rellly.'hcr counsel,-when aha
waa arraigned today before Maglstrat
Hylan. - ' .'
Assistant District . Attorney Ooldsteln
attempted to put In evidence th Woman
alleged confession.
This wss ao atrenuoualy. objected to by.
Mr. Rellly that the .magistrate reserved
decision and adjourned the hearing until
tomorrow. Mr. Rellly aaserted that the
police had got th confession by means
of the third degree and that tt wa inad
missible." i w.,- . .-
Prof.. George A. Ferguson of Columbia
university, who made an antlyaie of th
stomach of one of .th babies, reported
that be Had found a graia'and a half. of
oxalic acid. ' ,
Mia Grace Howard, superintendent of
th hospital, told of having overheard th
Ankers girl talking ober baby In the
kitchen one ' day. when - ahe supposedly
thought no one Iwas 'listening.- She- re
peated the girl- -wdd. " ''New mind,
dear.. mother, wflTgtvVfrou'a" doa aom
day and tak one.herkelf.".,,, , ,.
-1 " '
SHERIDAN. Wyo.. "March 1. (Special
Telegram.) Over, the algnkturea of Presi
dent Thomas Qlbon, 4Vtc -President. A.
C. Morgan. Secret ary-Tresurar Jamea
Morgan , and , Uire hoard membera,'a
atatemant . waa leased ' tonight, by ' th
executrve ' committee of district No.' S,
United 'Kin Worker M .'Afmariea,. m re
gard to, the strike Oarney
rllle..ten 'mile north df iherfdari, where
r miner .walked out on a nls last
wak th TleUUoh of tbelt nxreemeat with
.the otieraiora. '. ' '. ' .
i "The district executive, boar . charges
that tlat-McaJ eaarwUv hoard reoaea ;te
can a special meetltig or tha kral ns!oa
to diKOsa'lB. IStiSUStt'isA adriers th
nam to rstara to work prndina: the adt&at
aaatat of tha dafrjentty m th rsgalar ana
Mr' provided Im th agreeifaeoJwlth 'th
f'i I. Ml 'lir5) Bepiminfi- Salairday morning, March 2d, we will place on .
4.000 Pairs of Trousers
Sizes 29 to 52-inch waists; tailored from worsted, eheviot and casnimere fajbrics; ,
in all the latest fancy weaves, including blacks and bines, made up in full pe,
emi-peg, with, or without cuffs. This purchase of trouar rs was made from a
high grade manufacturer and have been in the house only two dars. Oome early
Saturday morning and avoid the rushing crowd later in the day.
On Display in Fifteenth Street Windows
The Turning Point
of our Half Price Sale on
. Meri' Suits and Overcoats is
drawing near.
.'Hundreds of thrifty men
will save money by taking
advantage of this remarkabJe
sale Saturday as this sale
is approaching its destina-,
tion. You cannot afford to
ignore such an exceptional
offering as this.
$10 to $40
Suits and Overcoats
$5 to $20
$3.00 Trousers . . $1.75
$4.00 Trousers . $2,75
$6.00 Trousers . $5,75
$7.50 Trousers v $475
$8.50 Trousers . $5.75
Crwat Prprtiona Had la
Spring Clothes
You'll see at the first glance
what a very unusual season
this is going to be in tha way
of attractive new fabrics. "We
have certainly outdone 'any
previous efforts in securing
the very newest weaves and
are now showing the greatest
variety ever displayed in
Omaha for men and boys.
Your Spring East is here '
as usual the largest assort
ment and the correct styles
are found here.
Haberdashery that is un
excelled is awaiting your inspection.
operators. Leader of th strike hav
defied the district board, declining to call
a meeting of th miners and refusing to
recognise their authority to tak charge
of th situation.
Member of th district board tat
that tha question over which th contro
versy, that of disposing of tho "clod" or
rock which overlies th vein, 1 covered
In th working agreement and axpraaa the
opinion that a settlement could be ef
fected without difficulty if th men eoold
be perauaded t take a reasonable view
of th matter.,, In th executive board'
communication, which la addressed to the
officer and member of th local union,
the board states that, until such time aa
th man decide to adopt their auggeatlon
to return to work they can expect neither
the moral nor. financial aupport of th
Woodmen Inrarfsnti Too Much in
Earnest to Fifht Among- Selves.
Bench Camp t Thresh Oat etln
f lnaargeney Tealaht weet
- las Called t Decide
Farmers and Owners
of Stallions Thresh
Out Registration Law
GRAND ISLAND, Neb.. March l.-(8pe-
clal.l In a aharply drawn contest be
tween a number of dealer on on aide
and owners of atalllona and farmers, to
gether with aeveral other dealers, on the
other. ' the Nebraska law requiring the
Inapeetlon of atalllona waa upheld today
by a vol of V to 1G in th main, but
amendment were proposed and a better
administration of th law waa demanded.
An association of Nebraska stallion
owners, deaiere and breeder and men
interested in thoroughbred horse waa
first effected by the election of II. J.
McLaughlin of Hall county as president;
Henry Beck of Litchfield, vice president.
and Thomas F. -A. Stooker 'of Dunbar,
Resolution were reported by a com
mittee, the first on of which decried
th law, declared It unconstitutional and
th act of th elate board authorised to
carry It out aa Illegal. It alao provided
a committee to secure counsel to bring
ault to teat the constitutionality.
Tha fight for tha adoption of the reso
lution waa led by C. M. North of thl
city, Frank lama of St Paul, Frank Hig
gle of Amherst and others, and the op
position by Frank Howard of Pawnee
City. President McLaughlin, Mr. Beck
and others, all of whom found more or
lean fault with tha administration of the
law and thought tt should be amended,
bet declared tha purpose of th measure
to be good.
A committee of five waa ordered ap
pointed to draft amendment and , take
com plain ta to the state board. The next
meeting will be held in Una dry in Au
gust. .
WASHINGTON. March l.-"I have
known tha secretary of agriculture for
a long time; ha served with me la the
boose and haa been my friend personally
and politically tor nearly forty year.
Whenever he is questioned on th one
band for but ability and oa the other
for hla Integrity, I feat a great deal
Ilka tha motto of the state from which
our speaker hat la they wilt have to ahow
ie' "
Former Speaker Cannon delivered that
tribute to Secretary- Wilson in th house
today. It waa applauded on both si dee
of tb chamber. , .
Hawse-held Hints. -
Ta cure Your husband of swearlna
around the house la easy, though It may
require a little practice, mveetr wnenever
he does and even mora profanely, it poa-slble.
Stair carpet may be made to last In
definitely by using them only when you
have company.
There are many cures tor warta. but aa
a rule nothing that has eared anybody
lu'a r. m .nr. VAtirm
To keen undesirable visitors away from
year house, tratck the dog to be overly
friendly to them. Chicago Tribune, 1
Nebraska Modern Woodmen of America
Insurgenta are tn harmony and there will
be no lack of harmony between tho two
state-wide meetings, la. th opinion of
Nathan Bemateln, on of th Omaha
Insurgent, expressed In an interview last
Whether Beach camp Net ltM. Modern
Woodmen of America, will Join tha Mod
arn Woodmen Insurgent against tha held
camp'a rata Increase or whether It will
stand with th head camp probably will
be decided at a meeting of Beach camp
tonight in Woodmen hall. Fifteenth and
Douglas street. A sensational meeting
la xpeoted.iWhlle the Insurgenta In other
camp hav mad progr thoa In Beach
camp have had little success, aupport era
of th head camp being strong In thl
tributary organisation.
Th last fight I dated for tonight
There will be no conflict nor disagree
ment between etate-wtd meeting called
by th Modern Woodmen aaaemMy of Ne
braska." aald Mr. Hernatatn. "It alinnly
howa tha widespread dissatisfaction with
tha rate adopted at Chicago and tha
enthusiasm of Nebraska Woodmen In op
posing that action at tha earliest possible
data, Tha Nebraska Modern Woodman
of America aaeembly, with beadqtaviera
at Omaha, directly representing sunt
MM or 1,0) Woodmen and with eauhuat
aatlo and encouraging letter from earn
&.009 mora, perfected arraagementa aad
sent out th call for a meeting at Oonim
bua because that place aeemd to haw th
preference in repllea received tram eneny
camp. Th Woodman-of Nebraska are
to much la ears set to bo aaght hot har
monious in all, matters pertaining to
what to them I a aaered trust
"Those " at the Hastings mating de
serve great credit for their enterprise, a
leea than for their qulrknea In rnond
Ing to th call for tha fray. I anticipate
no difficulty In a speedy end narmonloa
understanding with them," ,
If you have anything to exchange ad
vertlae tt In Th Be Want Ad oolumna.
Omaha la ta have a new moving picture
theater, finer than any vet built bar.
It la to be known th HJppodrem
and la Bearing completion at UOt-W Har
ney street. .'.'"'
Thin aeuasoneamsat and premise waa
made last night at a dinner at in Han
ahaw hotel by J. at.. Uohlaak, owner of
th nwy theater, R. Glilnaky, X. R.
Parou.,C. J. Ramadell, manager of the
Oeneral Film company, and Charles
Frank, manager of tae Krug theater
war guest at tha labia,
Th theater, Mr. Schlank aald. will be
formally opened March t. It will aaat
aa audience of W for a ahow lasting ait
hoar and tan minute. After th dinner
laat night Managar Frank gav th
dinar box party at tha Krug.
rvsaiiw sshb s-wii war.
Wrtpu ran alwaya autrun tb devil, unless
you owe him.
Soma people pretend to be fooled, to see
what you will do next.
Yesterday belongs to everybody, hut to
morrow belong lo yen.
If a airl is popular with men it' aaur
Hgn ah ten't with other girl.
I not only do not love my enemies but
I say It la a virtu to hau.aom people.
is the last day this season we hold open to the choicest Hart,
Schaffner k Marx $22.50, $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00-Winter
Suits and Overcoats at ,
Including all blue serge and black suits that sold up to -$2100.
A large quantity of these blue serge suits and fancy
suitings are suitable for spring wear. Your choice tomorrow
for $15.00.
At $7.50 you get the pick of hundreds of Suits' and Over-"
coats that sold up to $15.00.
At $9.50 you get a fine assortment of suitings in heavy
and medium weights that sold up to $20.00. ' - . V
The clothing consumer who has neglected our great Mark
Down Sale and wants to get in on this had better get busy
tomorrow. We sound this last call and note of warning because -we
dislike to hear our customers say (as they often do. after
the sale) "I am sorry I did not get In when yon were holding -your
special sale." Plenty of good things left in suits and '
overcoats. Better to buy than to wish you had.
In trousers we offer a choice of over, 3,000 pairs at 89c,
$1.35, $1.85,' $2.85, $3.85, worth up to $6.00.
Wo advise parents who wish to save money to visit our
Boys' and Children's department tomorrow. Boys'-Suits at .
$1.85, $2.85 and $3.85 many with two pairs of Knicker
pants. . ....