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THE BEE: 0MA1IA, FRIDAY. ilARCU S. 1911
3EIEF CITY NEWS
as imi mm n. -
ett W. adAw Coal.
Mas. ftrnroe, InpMmta
w- aiMktatB fee MiMtar.
siea lor OO Colonel
writes thai hi OU dm bll arrived in
(Arisen and hat started wurk. Tb colon)
ey tney expect to strike a good (low
o( oil at IM feet. Ha wui bo tn Omaha
aooui Apru l
I TU AM to Vm Ontakaa John a
Eyler. lire stock agent (or tha Burling
V" ut of lh bouaa for tn first
J time tn a month. A month -o at
.. Schoyler ha slipped and fall, breaking
an ankle. Ha is now on crotch, bat
:s sin to set about.
Woxeaa Oats Sixty Iaya Jtuta af
Inold of South Omaha was lm a sen
tence or. sixty day. n th county Jail
lrierny ey Jmlga Foster
.cnerge of vagrancy. Th A. raid woman
)t alleged to hav attacked an old ram
.en th corner of Fourteenth and Jack
I son streets and was about to to through
his pockets whn a patrolman cam oa
I Xxaxolaattose to Ba atald CI vll mTmm.
I (nations to (111 nine federal positions will
oe given her (ram March K to April 11.
ineee positions are nearly all
'Department of Acrtcultur and
'experience. Th positions are as follows:
(Two market milk Investigators at tl.MO
per year; two dairymen. I1.SM yer year:
n Pr makor (or (orest sarrloa, V.0M
per year; mechanical and electric 1 1 en
gineer. II per year: on mining drafts
man, fl.it per year; on mechanical
(draftsman, J1.200 per year; on scientific
assistant In Department of Agriculture,
iswes per year.
Postponed by Board
Conference ot th Board of County
Commissioner. John Latanaer, county
bulldlng architect; County Attorney
James P. English and John' J. Sullivan
to plan th legal procedur to oust Celd
wall A Drake, county building genera
(contractors, was postponed yesterday,
because th county attorney It out of th
Wty. H la looking after Buaasss mat
ters for tb county In Fremont. He was
iexpectsd to return tn tiro (or this after
ir.oan's meeting, but could not get back.
PRIMARIES NEXT TUESDAY
Benson holds Its republican prlmartet
Tuesday, March U. Th polling placM are:
I First ward. City hall: Second ward.
'Wulfrs store, Mala street. Th poll
jwlll be open from I to I p. ra. Th (ol
lowing bars Bled: .
i For Mayor R. L. Robinson and WiU
For City Clerk-Kdward A. etalger.
For City Engineer Max n. NtpotU and
William H. Olmsted.
For City Treasurer-Dan Wtstergard,
iFrank J. Blelck and WUUam P. Hlns.
For Councilman First Ward WUUam
IE. Ttrton and W. o. Gray.
For Councilman Second Ward C U
Mather and 8. D. Jones.
For Member Behool Board C. W. An
derson. Raymond Wood rum, H. F. KundV
.son, C. IltllesuU and William F. Rica,
For Committeeman First Ward E. C.
Fuller, F. C. Haver and Zdwad Koran,
For Committeeman Second Ward
William I. Longford, J..H. Huber and
IFred a Oliver. . j ';. .
For Delegates Firtl' Ward -Chris
fitlgr. Ward Walsh. ' James Walsh.
William Zimmerman. U A. Tattoo.
For Dlistes Second Ward B. (.
Ktenberg. C. C. Williams. B. a. Pbelps,
iCharl O. Keller and Harry Keller. -
Tb election of delegate Is tor the
purpose of canvassing th primary rut
and they will meet in city ball oa Wed
'netday, March U, at p. m. t caarssa
it he returns.
Tb election ts to be held n Tuesday,
April L at th sam placea as the pri
THIRD ANNUAL BANQUET
FOR NIGHT SCHOOL BOYS
The third annual banquet of tb Young
Wen a Chrtsilan associatloo night school
Student was bald tn the Teung Men's
phrislian ajaoo'atlon auditorium. Chan
rollor Avery, wh was slsted t talfc on
t Education." was unabts to attend on
account of Illness.
Ansa Maymond, secretary to Chancellor
Avery, made a short address en "Educa
tion. Its Value snd How to Obtain It."
The banquet was one of the most suc
cessful anes aver given at th Tsung
M's Christian association.
'YOUTH IS ACCUSED OF '
; . : ROBBING GAS METERS
' Gilbert Doian, a lyar-d boy. Was
arrested yesterday by Detectives Van
IDeusen and R:ng. Dolaa is charged with
robbing gas meters la the vicinity of his
'home. The polks are investigating h
.case aad Dolan will b turned over to
'th Juvenile officers.
What Our School Children Are Domg-XXXV
for men and young men
We Lave not restricted our selection of 6uiU to
any one kind, pattern or color of fabric. You'll find ,
some patterns which are rather gay and others which
ore wssibly a trifle sombre.
Possibly some '"in between" pattern or shude can
be secured if you want neither sombre nor gay. There
is no limit to the possibilities for a choice) in our won
derful assortment of clothes.
$10, $15, $20 to $35
BBWItta CLASS AT THE COM EM US SCHOOL.
WOODMEN SELL OLD BUILDING
Present Some of Woodmen of the
World to Be Vied as Hotel
LOCAL HEX AXE THE BUYEE3
Parebse Is Made Also ef tb Lot
' Adjelalsgr All for la vest
Meat To Leased te
The eld headquarters building ef the
Woodmen of th World, st th northeast
corner of Fifteenth and Howard streets,
with ground IS feet square, was sold
Wednesday afternoon, for approximately
I173.W, to a syndicate composed ot Harry
A. Wolf. Dr. Philip Bher and Jacob
Katleman. all of Omaha. The Armstrong
Walsh company represented the Wood
men In th deal and Harry Wolf repre
sented th purchaser.'
The property la to b delivered to the
syndicate s soon as ths Woodmen move
into their new building, which probably
will be about September 1. As soon as
they obtain possession, th syndicate
propose to expend from ES.W to leO.OH in
remodeling th structure, making an up-to-date
hotel building out eg it Two
bote) men of th city hav opened "fo
liation for a lease.
Ths building Is five stories high, rover-
kit an entire lot. MxU) fet Tb lot ad-
Joining th structure on the tut Is In
sladed In. th purchase.
! Tb motion before ' tb Woodmen's
executive council te dispose of ths build
ing was tnsde by II. F. almral of Colum
bus, Miss who, twelve years sgo. made
the motion Mcu resulted lu the purchase
of the structure from Mr. Bbeely, who
built It r
Graff Says "Tech"
, the Enrollment
Technical school are a coming insti
tution and are doing a great work In the
east, according to Superintendent K. V.
Oraff. who returned from Cleveland awl
Chicago yesterday, after first attending
an educational meeting In HI. Louis.
Mr. Oraff spent, some time tn Cleve
land, where he found that technical
schools, embodying a course In practical
subjects covering the same period as the
regular high school course, had Increased
th sttendance In the high school U
per cent In three years.
Prior to the Installation of ths technical
school In Cleveland attendance bad not
advanced mora than six pupils In three
years. Mr. Oraff Is noncommittal on tt
subject ot establishing ths "tech." in
Omaha, but think it is doing a good
work. The eastern technical schools have
night classes organised upon application
ot twenty students of any one subject.
Woman is Arrested
for Taking a Cloak
61ie selected a choice coat valued at Id)
In Haj den's cloak department. It fitted
Mr nicely and shs liked It real well, so
much so that she attempted to walk out
ot the rtore without going through the
formality of paying, ah was arrested
betor she got out of th building and Is
In Jail on th charge of grand larceny.
She gives the nam of Mary Wbeeler.
but refuses to divulge her residence num
Milady's Toilet Tabl
y aim. STMIUS.
Th simplest aids to beauty an often
most effective I know ot n truer besa
t tfler for the complexion than a slmpl
lotion mads by dissolving an original
package of mayaten m a half atat of
witch hasel. Gently rub oa face, neck
and arms, and you will be delighted with
results. It will sot rub off like powder,
but makes the skin smooth, soft and
selmnka. It . restores and preserves
youthful lovllnea of the skin.
Drying too bair makes washing tb
bead a trying task. Dry sham pool as
leaves tbe bair dean, right, flolfy and
beautifully lustrous. Put a cupful of
com meal In a fruit Jar, add tb son tents
of a small original package ot t her ox
aad shaks weft together, awrlnkls a
little on the bead and brush thoroughly.
That Is aU there is to It, and this treat
ment will make tbe bttr grow If any
It is Isspoeaible for a womest t look
ber beet when she is suffering from a
cold. Tbe best remedy tor colds, catarrh,
sore throat, bronchitis, tonsil Hla. stearics-,
stiff neck, croup, etci. Is Mother's
Salve, It kt easy to ass sad quick to act.
Some women feel faujnllated because
ot downy growth or wild hairs. Thee
can be easily and almost Instantly re
moved by tbe application of del tone
paste. Mix enough powdered delatetn
.with water to cover the hairy surfsca;
epply and after two or three minutes rub
off, wash tb tkia and tb hairs WW be
YOUNG MEN'S CLUB FORMED
TO AID HOWARD BALDRIGE
A stimulating frce wns set to work for
Howard H. Baldric last nlgtit.when
sixty roucg men met In ths Omaha Na
tional bank building and organised th
Toung Men's Baldrlte-for-Conrress club.
A constitution was adopted, officers were
elected aad plans made for campaign
Tb object ot th club, as outlined In
tb constitution. Is "to further th candi
dacy of Howard H. Haldrla for tho re
publican nomination for congress fiom
Douglas county at tbe primaries April 13:
to promote and assist him In securing
election If hie efforts to win the nomina
tion be successful, snd to stunulats th
general good of the Thole republican
ticket la Douglas cou.Uy. la th state
; aad In the country at large during th
campaign of HI1."
Ths following officers were elected:
President Amos Thomas.
Vice Presideni-B. A. Van Orsdel.
Secretary-Treasurer Clyde E. EUott.
Preetdeat Theme was given power to
appoint a committee on publicity.
WATER WORXHANGLE IS UP
Improvements Said to Be Worth
$72,000 Still Unaccounted For.
ENGINEERS SUBMIT A ' KEP0ET
Hearing; Is tenllnard) latll nest
Monday, Wbea Dlspate Between
Board aad Cemsaay Will
Of th lie.OM claimed to have been
spent by th water works company for Im
provements, only ItatM In expenditures
baa been accounted for. The remaining
I7I.O0 improvements are disputed. S
The discrepancy cam to light at the
water work hearing betor Special
Master Thoirmet. Investigation of th Im
provements Is mads to settle sll dis
putes prior to tho acquisition ot the
plant by the city.
Ths water board la represented at th
hearing by John L. Webster and Kdgar
Scott and they submitted a sstement
based on expert finding that only W0.008
expenditures hav been accounted for.
These Improvements have been made
since the city elected to buy the plant.
Another hearing will be held next
Monday, snd at that time It Is expected
that the dispute will be settled. In the
meantime the water board's engineers sre
continuing their Investigation ot cost of
Of the MiMKN Improvements found by the
engineers, the largest Item Is th cost of
instsllatlon ot new boilers In th Florence
plant at a cost of over lio.auo. The rest If
made up of small sums.
At th meeting next Monday, ths hy
drant rental question will be taken up.
HOME LOVERS' EXHIBITION
PLANNED FOR AUDITORIUM
Omaha Is to have a bam lovers' exhibi
tion a display of home furnishings snd
decoration. Manager James M. allien
of ths Auditorium Is now cogitating over
such an af'slr.
lie has Imbibed Ideas from Beaton and
many other eastern cities and believes a
big show la the Auditorium showing borne
decorations would be a greet thing for
Omaha and home lovers, manufacturers
and businem bouses. Mis plans so far
are only tentative, but he expects to
The I eveie snd soon produce a reality.
club, through this committee, will Imme
diately begin Its work for Mr. Baldrlgs
and other republican candidates.
Ths reasons for organising the club
were outlined by President Tucmss.
"We were led to form this club." ex
plained the president, "because w felt
It you ban anything to exchange ad
Tertls It la Th Bee Want Ad columns.
THIEYES LOOKOURT HOUSE
Storeroom it Banutcked and Various
- - Snppliei Taken Away.
SUPEEENTESDESTS KEYS GONE
So One la Bulldlaf IS Bnaperted, (be
Belief Bring thai Plaader Is
Taken Away by Freqarat
era of Balldlag.
' Pilferers hsVe been at work in the
Douglas county court house for a week
or mora. County supplies, snd valuable
personal property of office employes
have been stolen. Joseph M. Calabria,
superintendent ot the bulkllng, does not
know whom to suspect.
Wednesday noon between twenty snd
twsnty-tlve towels snd half a dosen
hair brushes were stolen from the store
room adjoining th superintendent's office
snd th thnef made away witb th key
of tho room when he carried off his
plunder. A sweater cuat belonging to
Mia Margaret Flanagan, stenographer
In the office ot Sheriff Mcgaane, and a
.ountain pen, the property of on ot
th deputies, hav been reported stolen.
Other office hav reported thefts of
quantities of lesd pencils and other sup
plies and several personal belongings.
Th total value of th articles known to
have been stolen Is approximately SIM).
Kaspleyra Nol faaBectrd.
"W are going to find out who th
thief or UUeves sro If It la possible to
find out." said Superintendent Calabria.
"I can't tell who they are. I wish
I could. 1 don't believe sny of my present
force would do sucb things and I won't
believe It until proven.
Th boldest theft was thst ot the
towels, hair brushes and storeroom keys
As Calabria was about to lock up the
storeroom and go to lunch on of his
employe asked him for some Instruction
regsrdlng some piece of work. He gave
tha dlrecglons and hurried away, forget
ting ths keys. When he returned th door
stood open, tli keys were gone snd a
hurried Invoke of th property In the
room showed what was missing. J
Pritchett Will is
Filed; Estate Said
to Be Worth $200,000
Tb estate of th let fleorg E.
pntrhett, estimated to be worth about
t-W.oon. Is left to his three children,
share snd share alike, by the terms of
hla will, tiled for probata In county
Ths heirs asked that John U Kennedy
be named executor of th will. Hearing
a as set for Friday. There will be so
contest. The heirs are Georg H.
Pnti'hett, H. L. Prttcbett snd Mrs. John
L. Kennedy, two sons snd a daughter.
Th petition tor probata estimate in
realty at ri.X and tb personal at 0,900.
Judge Bryc Crawford will appoint an
appraiser to value tha estate In order
that th Inheritance ux may be accu
How to Remove a
(From London Fashions.)
Cosmetics can never really help a poor
I complexions often they are positively
harmful. Ths sensible thing I to
actually rrmov th thin veil of stifling,
hslf-dead scarf skin aad give th fresh,
vigorous, beautiful young skin -under
neath a chanc to show Itself and to
This Is beat don by merely applying
mercollsed wsx st night, like cold oream,
washing It oft In tbe morning. Tbe wax
can be obtained from any wall stocked
druggist. It sbeorb th disfiguring ou
tlet gradually, harmlessly, leaving a
brilliant natural complexion. Of courss
this also takes with it all such blemishes
as red spot, moth patches, liver spots,
blackheads, pimples, etc. As a freckle
remover and general complexion beaut!,
tier this old-fashioned remedy Is un
We will plnce on special sale Saturday sev
eral carloads of roll goods, remnant and mill
lengths in six and twelve foot width linoleum, '
such well known makes as Nairns and Blabons
printed and inlaid goods.
Our second floor will be devoted to this sale
and extra salespeople on hand to serve you'
promptly, " . (
This will be the season's
greatest sale of high grade
Ntt this paptr Friday for frioet, $tc
Orchard & Wilhelm
J TJERE'S the food that solves the
C breakfast problem. Quickly made ready
50) always satisfying to all the family some
thing you'll like at once and not get tired of.
Cream of Rve
atAT IT FOR HEALTH
fawl I mi m4 frtm tSa wfceta rr Wrrr. Ml sesay r
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Ml Jtm Mi vmm snM liyt f J 'V s
u.useSMeieiest.Meuei. 1 1 - i "JfrH I
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Uss Sue mtUm. frlHsm, krseas see lull II ill. Ds Ue ssniaas I
Cnm of K. TJ hrimm aam wwtlal lurlf
n, Pitrfi Product of
piiiineu Ultl prcwtutrisi, iiAWer- j ai. i e ""we m w
that Mr. Ealdrige presented th prtn- i Nature' Sprinjl, YoU Will
dple for which all koeorable young men , .1 .J J.k.n(,,m.
and all ekes eitlsens stand. Mr. Baldrige. f eelbctteTHnddobcttCT tOTUslnf
era believe, poessssea those qualities
which wtH mak him a splendid reprc
aeatativa for Douglas county and ths
CHARLES A. ALLEN TO SPEAK
BEFORE IMPqnvSMENT CLUB
Charles A. Allen win make a rpetch oa
tha eornmitsasa farm ot government be
fore tbe Central Improvement club at
Columbia hall. Twenty-second and P;erc
streets, at g o'clock this evening. ,
Class Arising lor
Ton will look a good whl.e befre rc
find a better snedicitie for coughs and '
colds than Chamberlain's Couxh ICemedy. I
It sot only gives relief It cure. Try It
when yem taie a cough er cold, snd yo
are certabi to be pleased with the prompt
core which It will effect. For sal by ail
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Low Rates South
MARCH 5 & 19
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Hew Orleses La.
Hilhara-. Fa. $33.75 $26.50
DeFawak Springs '
Been Hiss. 30.00
Cetfsert Miss. 3040
feeerriOe Ais. 28.45
Proportjowstely Leer Rata te Many Otber Pesnts ia
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Wc cannot make it better
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Distilled 4 times in copper.
(Ordinary whisker mot atotw thaa twiea)
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Bottled In Bond
Each bottle Is ' sealed with
the U. & Government Stamp.
Its aee Is guaranteed by tho
u. . uovernmen.
Its purity by tha Schenley
Its quality speaks for Itself.
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mm tea :
An Inexpensive Luxury
The Best Is Cheap to Use.
300 CUPS TO THE POUND.
ONE TEASPOONTUL MAKES TWO CUPS
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With Happy Hooligan, Litth ''
Nemo, th Katzenjammcr Kids , i
and the whoh mttresang family
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