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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 10, 1912)
THE BEE: OMAIIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1912
a .LOAN COMPANY IS ORGANIZED
Shoes appeal to men
and women who seek the
most approved styles and at
the same time demand tne
utmost in wearing quality.
The reason Mayer Honor
bilt Shoes satisfy particu
lar people is because they
are stylish in appear
ance, and are made
in themost thor
manner ot the
For Men, Women
Mavcr Honorbilt Shoes hold
their shape, look neat and dressy
and when compared with other..
Rhfies of eaual price they are far more
classv and serviceable. If you want the
creatcst shoo value obtainable anywhere,
rbuv Maver Honorbilt Shoes made- for Men,"
iit i t- w j
women ami Vimuren muny
styles and all sizes. ,
To be sure you ire getting the
f renuine, iook tor tne Mayer
r.: I Trade Mark on the ole. Sold by
: leading shoe dealers everywhere
vjw if your dealer wui not supply
you, write to us.
We also make Mayer "Martha Wash-,
tniton Comfort Shoes ana Mayer
Yerma Uuhfon anoet.
F. Mayer Boot & Shoe Co,
Mva Hanerbik SIMM for Km
Mayor HooorWK Shoes far Whm
Ossewi Loot aW)
May RoaarMh Mm lor Chfldna
Ueuel Mem BWI
Hew Omaha Concern Will Cater to
CAPITAL STOCK GOES EAPJDLT
Bnlm Affair Will Be la Hawd
t Be.rd Direct!, Mne
ber Which Are E-
The F-ankers' Mortgage loan company.
wltk aa authorlied capital ot S2.MlO.Mt.
ha beea organised and Incorporated ana
ha opened office la the Bee bluldlng.
Tb company ha been onrardsed by
Thorns B. McPhron. Omaha; F. Mc-
Glrerin. tanker, Fremont; George N.
Seymour, banker. EI(1n; ft- A. Pater,
hanker and etockman. Hay Uprlngs. Neb.,
and W. E. Farlow, New Tork. Mr. Mc-
Pheraoa baa been elected president. Th-
business affair of th company will b
la th band of th board of director.
all of whom for yr hv bean aoeca-
ful and prominent la banking and -
Whll all of tb capital itock ha nol
been ubcrlbd( tt I going rapidly and
within a abort Urn th entire C.ftJ.0)
wfll b arallabl. making It on of the
lrgrt ccacern of It kind In tb wl
To Malt Realty Uu.
.Th bankers' Mortgage Loaa company
I nol a bank, but It buelnea wUI b
iucl la th nature ot one. It will loaa
money on real en late and mk a ap-
clalty of (upplying fund for pubHe
It 1 aaid that at th present Urn
I almost Impossible to ecur loan on
(arm throughout th wat. owing to the
fact that capital I being employed for
other purposes. Consequently, th new
Omaha Institution la said to b supplying
a long felt need, enabling farmer to
borrow money that tbey may develaa
tholr farm to a higher degree, adding
to their yslus and attractlreneai.
Tb crtaryahlp of th new company
ta looked after by E. M. Reynold of
Omaha, a man who hu bad a raat
amount of prlenc In th land and
loan buiinta la Nebraska,
A "wear out" is entirely differ
ent from a "blow out." Tires on .
the . Franklin, "wear out'-' after ,
from 8,000 to iO.OOO miles service.
On the usual car of.the same size
they "blow out' after about quar
ter the milage.
Franklin tire cost is apprxK
mately one-third that "of bther;
cars of the same size.
GUY L. SMITH
DISTRIBUTOR 1 y '.
2205 Fnrnam Street
Omaha, Nebraska 4 ' '.
Cast forTheir Play
Th cast of character for "Th Junior."
th three-act comedy playlet which will
b presented under tb auspice of th
Mrrymakr club of Trinity cathedral
at Jacob' Memorial hall on April . ha
been completed, Tb following twelve
are Included In th caat:
Janet Hal. Illghfurld niece
Violet, on of th Lakevlll girl
Mabel, a visitor at Lakerlll
Verda. another visitor. ...Sydney ntebbln
Kdward Moor, th Junior. .CI Clalborn
"Jimmy" Monro, a rlassmat of
Moor' William Hutatoa
"Thin" Hmlth. another Junior
Oemoetaene Marwyn. a senior
Silk Rk-ketta, a eenlor
Will Rot k well, a third senior
Thorn J, Hlghfleld, a captain of
flnnc L Brand Wykoff
President Fowler, of lAkevlll uni
versity Frederick Slebbln
Petition is Filed
- for Open Schools
A ptfltion requesting th opening ct j
school building In th city for pubo
entertainments b bean filed with
retary J. H. Hurt ess of th Board of
Education. Th petition ws aigntd by .
i.OO) Ktlsens, th flrat atgnatura btiag
that of B. O. JslcXemla. 9 v
In th petition th Indian and refer
endum 1 requeated and th board I
further petitioned to hav th prci-o-sltlon
voted on within thirty day after
th date of llllu.
Members of th Board of Ed'mlio-!
hav aald they would not b oppoecj to
open school if tb people desired it. Mom
action will b taken at th next meeting
of th board. April M. Th ooms.ae
on building and ground may at Uial
tlm make report.
The Favorite Rye
ot Six Generations"
The SCHENLEY bottle is
full of pure rye, because
the SCHENLEY label says so,
is 4 times distilled in copper.
(OrtUaary wbiakcy tut bom tlua twlc)
This means absolute purity
delicate flavor extra
Bottled in Bond
Each bottle ia sealed with
the U. S. Government Stamp, A
Its age Is guaranteed by the
- r u. . uovemmen.
i. itspurity by the Schenley
Its quality speaks for itself.
When you buy Rye, buy Schenley. At all dealers.
- Schenley Dteillin; Company. Locewco, Pa. '
Stopped by Police
T. C. Tutlle and Ml Loula Park, ea-h
II year old and living at rraawot
decided they wanted to marry.
Their parent objected.
Th young people - cam to Omaha,
where liter war arrtd yesterday a
they war securing a Uona froas Cnpld
Kuray. . ,
. Tuttl I a son of 8rgant Tuttl of the
Fremoal pnlic and hi fbtnM wu-ed the
Jrnah police ta atop th 10pra. Tbey
Officer ilell and Delehsnty Kd th
.irraat and bad they appeared at th
un houM fire minutes later tar would
hay found th coup! before aoma Justice
of th peace being married, tar Mr.' Furay
nad Just Issued th certificate. Both
.aid they, were of age.
A delightful change
for your breakfast tomorrow
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mmTm-scmU Y I I
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TIT x a highly concentrated food
VV If cut ricn jn protein has been the
white man's source or power.
D easily digested, very nutritious'
IxlCC the food that has given the Japanese
his wonderful endurance.
n well known in its various
MjQTlsZy forms of malt a strength-giving
blessing to all invalids.
TRIX is a blending of wheat, rice and bar
ley, cooked and ready to serve by adding
cream and sugar.
TRIX is scientifically combined to give the
greatest possible nutrition and consume the
least energy in digestion.
If your grocer is not yet supplied,
telephone Douglas 3686 and a
package will be delivered to you.
The New England Cereal Co.,
South Norwalk, Conn.
O m ah a Sales Co;
National Fidelity Building, ! ;. V
Western DUtribatort. .
Negro is Arrested
for Stealing Spuds
Bob Hamilton was arrested early Tues
day by Officer MnaflM. wb caught
t.rm pushing aacg of new potato along
iMdg at reel la a wheelbarrow. Ill
.inn were cusplclou and when he wa
rounht to the static and aatlond
-r aald that th spuds were given him
Bobbi Burn, also colored, wha had
i mor ck la hi room. Hamlltoa
jld Bum stol th poutoc from a
tight car. Officer vis; ted Burns' room
. Ill North Tenth atrt aad found th
iatoa, which wer carted to the Ma
ori. Both men wer charged with petty
, cny, and this charge may be chaagad
hen th real nlue of th seven bags of
jtatoe I learned.
lagazine Praises i ,
Seed Corn Campaign
Th aoathweat Trail, a Biagsila pab
' - abed ta Chicago by th Rock Island.
raise Nebraska aad th Omaha Com
mercial club m particular for Uw recent
cccsafoi campaign In th Interests of
Dod seed corn. Tb magaatn call ft
'the most at liking example ot moder
lanes of cofl Deration ia pnbHo errie,"'
nd continues to ay "how th husta
iterest of Kebraska combined la a
.toaster aairemnt to eecure plaatinc at
od wd car and av the Stat .
J'.OW." Th articl ia written by Atvin
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