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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 3, 1912.
BHIEF CITY NEWS
Use Soot Print XV '
Weathers;, Commissioner. Adv.
L. r. ChnrcbllL Ssatlst, : Brandeis !
'sff W. Bedford lor commissioner.
Scochw Hit-by for Commissioner I
Good Shoes and Fry are Synonymous
Alfred Soreaaoa for city commissions'.
Electrle Washier afaehUse, Burgest-
T. I. Tuckr, republican candldat for
cerate. Eell )hons "Florence 34i." Adv.
Vote for Goodley F. Bruclcer for Com
missioner under the Coniinisslnon Form
tf Government. Adv.
Boy A. aUlyh, Printer, JM S. 1 . D. USS.
Tow Snpport will be appreciated. John
P. Crick, candidate for city councilman.
Primary April 9. Formerly assistant city
Wary Jtecrults Boat Oat The navy re
cruiting station has sent out 107 re
cruits in the last three months. Dur
ing tlift corresponding period of last
year lcj recruits were sent out.
Boy Scouts to Campaign The boy
scouts arc spending the spring school
vacatl, n distributing campaign cards
for their leader, M. O. McLaughlin, who
is candidate for the office of city com-mlMoner.
lfethouist Brotherhood Masts The
Mitimlht Hroihcrhnod nf the Walnut
Hill Methodist church, will meet Wednes
day evening, Arrl! 3, In the church par
lor?. Supper will be served at 7 o'clock.
Mr. Karl Jorgenson will sjieak on "The
Commission Ko.-m of Government." The
roll of charter members will be closed at
Open Oratorical Keating The Crelgh
ton Oratorical association v.ill hold Its
annual open meeting on Wednesday
eveuliig. April 17. To this meeting all
arc Invited, and the Crelghton Literary
society, the corresponding society In th
Crelghton High school, will be the guests
of honor. A special program has been
Crelghton Orators Busy Th different
classes of the Crelghton High school
will hold their second preliminary elocu
tion contests' at different tlmea owing
to the large number who are competing,
seventy In all. The freshmen and sopho
motes will hold their contest on April IS,
the Juniors on April 18. and the seniors
on April H. The college department
will hold Its second preliminary on
well may be
a foolish cuss
make the cus'
torn, but I do
Suits to order
S25 to S40
MacCarthy-Wilson Tiilorinj C&
soa-soo south Htxteenia at.
SARPY DISTRICTS TO
- HAVE ONE HIGH SCHOOL
A mass meeting of the cltlxens of Bella
vue was held at the publlo school build
ing on Friday avenlng to consider th
proposition of the union of the district
with Fort Crook, Avery and La Platte
to conduct a union high school. Con
siderable difference of opinion waa ex
pressed as to the advantag of such a
union, but a resolution was finally paassd
authorising a committee of the school
board to favor It under certain condi
tions. Dr. A. A. Tyler Is the chairman
of the committee that will meet wltl
similar committees from the other districts.
NOW NUMBER TOTAL OF 1,527
The Omaha Commercial club bow'Tiuib-'
bars a membership of L627. Bines the
membership campaign closed Saturday
afternoon at I o'clock, eight mora appli
cations havs coma Into headquarter. It
is expected that mora additions will be
made In the mat few days, thara being
many business nan who war out of the
city during the time of the campaign
who have signified their Intention of
Joining the club whea they returned.
Talks Anarchy to
Emma Goldman expounded the prtnd'
pies of anarchy to a fairly large audi
enc at baiight ball last evening. Bh
forcibly expressed her views on the en
phase of the subject, nsmely, "The Mov.
Ing Spirit In the Labor Struggle." saying
that the subject was entirely to com
prehensive to be treated In the time she
"The labor struggle today," she said.
"Is permeated with the spirit of anarch'
Ism and the fundamental aspect of aa
archlsm and labor conditions I the emsn
clpattoB from the present economical
thralldom by the capitalistic class."
Llteratur covering every branch of
th anarchist's creed was on a table in
th rear of the room In th form of nam'
phleta, paper and books. On these her
manager addressed th audience and sail
from lb lot. ,
"Th Chicago outbreak of twenty-five
years ago waa by anarchist who w
martyrs to the cause," she said, "who
were pioneers of revolutionary Indus
8h defined anarchy as th direct ac
tion of th general atria. Bh cam to
th defense of th McNsjneras, although
she qualified her assertions that ah did
not believe in th taking of live a (be
ha been represented to believe, but that
th Imprisoned men were children in
structed by th capitalistic class who had
resort only to the radical measure that
thy had and. "They war chlldrea of
American capitalism," sh said.
Politics and th retetloa of capital
ana -labor, sh asserted, .were th only
Institutions where th principle of an'
archy were solidly advers. When Miss
Oeldman finished she answered questions
put to her by her hearer. '
TOKIO, April 1-General Bhlaroku Ish
Imoto. minister of war In th Japanese
cMr!ti.to which post he waa appointed
In August last, died here today of con
sumption at th age of CI years.
you buy this
package you get
more food more
strength and en
k you get in ten
times its cost in
Here is Omaha's greatest showing ofsprng and summer foot
wear of every variety to please each individual taste and purse
Val Duttenhoffer Sous com
pany of Cincinnati arc the larg
est manufacturers of women's
shoes in the west. For this
spring and summer they have
produced a brilliant and fascina
ting array of models that will
simply delight the most exacting
of women. They are full of hon
est wear, and possess the latest
marks of style, being 6uch that
they will pass inspection by
the most critical. Those who
are skilled in the art of shopping
will recognize in Val Duttenhof
fer shoes the exclusiveness of
style, the highest quality, the finest workmanship and the fairness of
the price demands. "We direct special attention to these shoes and
recommend them for your inspection for easter wear.
The Williains-Kneeland shoes have a particular appeal to young men
who wish refined style, great comfort and excellent wearing quality iu their
footgear. They have reached the pinnacle of jKipularity this spring iu low
shoes of the tyjx that will be a characteristic mark of the exclusive dressers
among the younger set of Omaha. Xo more attractive footwear has been
placed on the market in the west this season for the same price than is
shown herein with the Williains-Kneeland makes. The assortment thai wc
display has all the popular leathers and every new last with the very latest
touch of fashion. The "K-toe" and "See-Saw" are two of the popular Wil-linms-Kneeland
lasts. The man who wears a Williams-Kneelund shoe walks
iu ease, and feels the distinguished style of his footwear.
Fashion has designed for this
spring some of the prettiest
shoes of recent years. In the
famous Val Duttenhoffer makes
we are showing a beautiful as
sortment of colonials and ox
onls in all the desirable leath
ers. The two-strap effect will
be extensively worn in the west
all summer. We have a wide
variety of the button and lace
oxfords which fit perfectly and
comfortably and which are thor
oughly made so that they give
the greatest amount of wear.
The attractiveness of these Val
Duttenhoffer models will win
praise from women of fashion, and we are certain that nowhere will
better quality and greater value be found, for the medium prices asked,
than are offered here in the Val Duttenhoffer shoes.
Prices $3.50 and $400 Prices $3.50 and $400
Every walk in life is a road of comfort for Fry shoe-wearers.
Fry shoe quality and Fry values give Fry shoes supremacy.
Fry Shoe Company
is all duten. that ele
ment in Durum wheat
which Duilds up tne
hnrlv and SUDDlieS
staying power. And
there are so many de
licious dishes that can
be made- irom u.
Write for our free
book of Recipes.
Your grocer stilt Faust Spa
ghetti in Se and 10c package.
St Louis, Mo.
mwiI pleasereT res! Th.. s.! LM PUI sourish th bowel-nerve
S3 ar a perreeT tonio ror tn srs
eles and fleanrenu of its bowel. ;
snd tale Is kj they do not p.ln,
sicken or trips, but rsuse a sVllsat
fwl cad slosost eastern susmkie
saeveaerat. n .he must eataral wev
snd without creating a bad Uablt or
weakening th sj-.tea. in soy wsy.
It you II try them, -bowel !
ar" ana nvuiarrqr. wui s
THL I'UULS I HaB LB fUXSMX
10 cms. JJ ctnt. All Dnj u.
TMai ystass Trs.
MsssssMsIJ Ti ft M I, IsssTsBBsmI
JTt VIcar irol-cL Co, Paytoa. QUa.
PLAN COMMERCIAL SCH001
Board of Education Decide to In
stall One In the Fall
EI0E SCHOOL OP COMMEBCE
Lesreswortk school Balldlaa t
Vacated aad to Ho lord for lb
New last I tot lost Boar
By unanimous vot th Bosrd of Edu
cation last olsht declared (or th estab
lishment of th Omaha High School of
Commero end authorised ths vacation
of tk Leavenworth bulldlnf (or ths nw
Institution. Pupils now attending Leaven
worth will be distributed In th Centrsl,
Csss, Comsnlu and Pacific buildings.
Between 13.003 and M.000 will be required
to remodel and Improve th Leavenworth
building befor th school I established.
two and a four-year course will be
given, th commercial clsss at th high
school and th corp of instructors now
In charts there will b trsnslsrrcd. U C.
Rusmlsel, now head of th commercial
department of th Omaha High school,
I scheduled for th piinclnalshlp of th
new Institution. A few additional teach
ers will be needed. Th school will be
opened In th fall for th lim term.
This Is th first step of a proposed plan
to Increase th educational fadiltlss of
the city by th establishment of so-called
practical schools. It I the ambition of
luperlntendent E. U. Graff to gradually
widen th scop of the reboots a finan
cial condition will allow. Technical and
trade schools and a more efficient sys
tem of night instruction are listed to
come In order.
Owing to the deficit In th general fund,
th committee on finance and claims re
ported afur consultation with th board's
attorney hi favor of Investing ths pro
ceeds from the site and building fund In
warrants on the general fund, these war
rants to be hM until there I sufficient
money la th general fund to redeem
them. The committee reported that a
probable deficit of M 0OS In the general
fund would exist by ths latter part of
Wal4 la erst Paads.
Th treasurer. W. G. L're, suggested
that soma EK.OW on hand be Invested In
school bonds. The suggestloa was referred.
The night engineer and furenian at the
blah school were dismissed.
Th superintendent of buildings wss In
structed to have lb annas at Miller
park moved to make way for new build
ings. The contract was let to Petrle
Bros, for IM.
D. K. Sole submitted a proposition to
sell a lot adjacent t the Psrk school.
th pries thereof bolnc H.jt. This was
referred to the oosnmlttoe on buildings
Contracts for the construction of ad
illtlona to th Kllom school were author
ised. Jamea Richardsois. chairman of th
Cnaao ooaaoilitsa, reported that th
ord was carrying but ICO) Insurance
en th new shop, which cost about ts).cV
sad ha ttstt werth of equipment. H
saksd for adno aa to whether the In
surance should a increased and If so
how Buck, Th request wss referred
to th building aad rrauDd committer
upon sir. Rlchaxdsoa'a saggestieai
Hear Candidates -Advance
A mas meeting of colored voters
and candidate for th seven city eor
mlsslonershlps was held at Petersons
hall. Twenty-fourth and Burden streets,
last night, where all of the candidate ex
cept Mayor Dahlman were limited to
three-minute epeeche. Th mayor was
given a free hand and permitted to tslk
until be ran down. HI speech con.
sumed about twenty mtnute.
Th meelina waa called lo order by O.
W. Hlbler, who Introduced Fred L. Smith
aa chairman and among th candidates
for eoundlmanlo honors who faced the
presiding officer and la tar were called
upon to speak wars:
Onol.v for muntv attorney and Fields
for ths legislature were also on th Hit.
Before the speaker were called out,
John Grant Pegg. city Inspector of weights
and measures and an appoint of Mayor
Dahlman, threw a large number -f
enormous boquets at the mayor. The
speech as loudly applauded and then
Prof. Mack rendered vocal solo, en
titled. "Old Dad," playing th accom
paniment on th guitar.
Mayor Dahlman In hi speech, claimed
to have been th author of th "home
nil" bill Introduced In th legislature
snd defeated four year ago and a si ml.
lar measur Introduced In th legislature
two year (go and which Is to be sub
mitted to the voter of th stste for
their spproval next November. He then
took off his clove and baled a few
rounds with th Cltlsens union. The
mayor designated th excutlv commit
tee of th organisation as being mad
up of broken down politicians and cheap
lawyers, who got together and picked a
ticket to shove down th throat of th
Three minutes wss enough for most .if
th other speaker and It was too much
for som of them, a they did not use I
halt of th time alloted to them. They
all outlined their platform and (old of
their past records and what they expected
to do If elected.
ORE DECLINES TO DIVIDE
City Treasurer Will Not Accept
Joint Depository Flan.
TILLS COUNCIL HIS INTENTION
Will Work Under th lrpd Plaa
Only When Ispresa Ceart Mas
Decided that It I Valid
Asslatsnt City Attornsy Lambert and
the council and City Treasurer Ur spent
the eftsraoon yesterday dlsousatng th
ordinance diawn by Mr, Lambert at th
suggestion of th flnsno commute of
th counoll. whloa I Basking Isgsl su
Ihorlly t Install a Joint depository for
city seaurtliea. Hi omptrullr to be
In Joint possession with th treasurer.
Mr. lire said all ha needed Was ad
dltloual burglar Insuraae. H sug
gested raising ths In aura no from HOOD
to CROW. Aiwther and better vault, he
Hid, wa needed, but W. a Bheldon el
th flnsno committee had told him thai
unless he ocpted th preposition of
th Joint depository proposed hs Would
havs to "buy ths vault st his own
penss." Ur ssserted he would absolutely
refuse any such srrsngement and would
work under an ordinance only when the
supreme court had passed on lu validity
and upheld IU
Ths matisr waa laid over for two
Residents on Woolworth avsnus be
tween Thirty-second and Thirty-sixth
streets made another plea for acceptance
by the city of a lighting system they
have raised th money to Instsll, When
shown that It would mean bo mors added
xpens than three am lights would
mak th council agreed to accept and
maintain th light when th system wss
A request was mad that th city br
a portion of th H.M mceasary to Ira-,,
prov Ames aveau between Forty,
second and forty-eighth streets, th
county hsvlng agreed to pay half th
expense and th park board a part. '
Furlhr coaldratlea of th proposal
Winter or Summer,
It's always a hammer.
It would surprise you to know of th
great good that I being don by Cham
berlain's Tablet. Darius Downey of New-!
berg Junction. N. Is., writes. "My wlfs
has been using Chamberlain Tablets
and find them very effectual and doing
her lots of good." If you have any trouble
with your stomach or bowle giv than a
trial. For sale by all dealer.
of liver aad bowels, la refusing to a-1.
is quickly remedied with Lr. Kin s
Ufe Pills. Easy. sate. sure, be oi
Ml by Eeaton DiS C
rGOLDEFI COFFEE -i
cup to th pound bees ass of th
splendid coffe growtha Suparh
arotoa, because of th blend.
On potnel will confine you. 33
pound at your grocer's.
tee tsar ate sssf Is seeeesea.
TON! BROS.. Dm Moist., its.
These it lee krsds sf Spine,
WKt mat "etaies"
Our Council Bluffs
Store Has Closed
Up For Good.........
Entire Stock of Pianos
Now on Sale in Our
heglnnlng lat ."onlsy we placed on sals the entire stork of Pianos, Player Piano and Organ brought front
our Council illuffs store, which we closed Saturday. March 10th. This stork consists of the greatest variety of
make of Hlanos that we have ever carried In anv or our nram-h house We are now crowded for roon., and
the contractors are Insisting that we make way for them to commence improvements on eur butldtn Th!
means that LOW PRICK A.ND EASY TKRMt M L'rfT UK PHK1JOM INATINU KklATl'Kklfl In order that W may
dispose of lvo Instruments during this week. We will, therefore, sell every on of these Pianos, Player Paooa
and Organ BELOW COST.
HERE ARE A FEW OF THE
BARGAINS FROM THIS STOCK
130 Peas A Co., Practice Piano ...150
Apollo, Piano Plsyer S4O.0
tli Light A Co., Practice Plana ..Oa&sw
I3U0 pisnols. Piano Player..
tlOO Kin. ball Piano
:ho Anon piano
I.'TG J. a C. nether Piano
S35 y.rbn Piano
1300 lvers A Pond Piano ..
40u Chlckerlng A Hon Piano
1150 Voe A Sou nano ...
IIT5 8mlth A Barnes Piano
140 Merer A Son Piano ...
too A. a Chase Piano ....
ISiO sS-Note Playsr Plsno . .
HiO Knabe Piano
IB addrtloa to th above tastraxsests we hav asada a asaraad re actios la prto ef se fUowlaa7 wQ axsrwm
Plaae sa4 Play llaaei Zardasaa, Weber, tegei A , Kmerstm, surha l aad oar wa sweet toud ehaio
ler A MaeUee. Also the Weber, Wheeloct, Steek, atayvwant, Techaola aad oar nra ehatoll' A stans
Playar riaae. If roe are aaehl to eall re pareoa, plea tm roa aa a ear aad we will ha ss.aisi rewreeeater
tire aU a yea. Order by asaU will reoeiv snosapt alteaUea. Aess ember th varsaai aTO atOJTST BOWsT.
NO MONEY DOWN!
PAY S1.00 A WEEK!
Our motto hi always ben to fire th bnt po
Ibl value for money recelred, but during- this Mle we
offer the abure terms In order to more them quickly.
Why nut UtJne advantage of this moit rrntrkable op
jrortunltvf You hare the chance of securing hiffti
Itrade Piano, Player Piano or Organ at a price which
will convince you that no other Piano house in the
1'nlted hts&tee can duplicate Are you willing to Invent
1 74. 00 fur a good Vprlght Plauo, on fully msranted
lo give entire satisfaction or money refunded?
These Pianos Must Go!
M tLOO A WMMX.
SCHMOLLER & MUELLER PIANO CO.
azcx.imTji sDuurfiTrni roa m kavostxim tsujiwat riAjro.
1311-13 FARNAM ST.. OMAHA . aevlS
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