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HIE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. APRIL 13. 1912.
I TV WDtll
IN YOUR SPRING
and SUMMER SUIT
ft Means Sanitary
It Menns Not made by
women and children iu
It Means Hand tail
It Means That we pay
J jur tailors living wages.
By ordering a - suit
from us you get the
above incororntpd in
your new spring and
1,000 patterns to
We operate our owu
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' , TRABB HUCRM
V ONY ONE 8T0RZ IN OMAHA. j
Dundee Uoolen Hills
, OMAHA SHOP .
N, W. Corner 15th and Harney Streets
. . Council Bluffs Shopj 409 W. Broadway. ,
MAIL ORDER OIVKX PROMPT ATTENTION.
vm mm wh water
U-tr is luiaj t th'i Paint' but i
I. ' iWllni lath J.orta. '
DiiaQZ Wni HOT EE HZATC
Maadrede of Cartaae River
t Watek Imsaewsa Boar f
'Water' Sarelene, with
Drift an Bobbish.
able section In thla vicinity, ledudlag Um
yards, will b submerge. Thl cnndllloa
will print of Utile mac. however. aa
less la "water ri to a height at nlaa-
itn fet , .
Home Grown Green
" Onions on Market
Tk JUmourl rlter U up again. rling
to a bslghth Friday morning of lit feet
Thl li elght-tenths at a foot below floe
tage. artr. Wlilow. Florence an Ma-
aw lakta aro full to too bans,
hot a aide of On river caa aland a ttw
'inches awro befor there h a general
.flood condition. Tba different lakaa lo
nm uaa saw, th rurar becking over
,tha connecting- land ana turning tb-ir.i
lata ana body of watar.
Th watar now l at a atand'till. how
evf. aad It la expected tha r.l of the
Good win pea bafora eveamg and hf
tomorrow go down considerably from th"
mark aatabUaned today. It la not b
Hand amae will ba dona ta tha lard a
tar Inundate. .
verftew of a tts.
Tba preaent high watar la Cut-off laki
la dua tram aa overflow of a attileo run
ning la from Willow lab. Thla lak la
l.Hed traaa water backing P from
Missouri river to tba north
Tba flrat horoe-grown green anion
wara Maeed a pan tha Owiaba market Fit'
day. HerctofBra Ihoaa wbo have 'thought
they War buying green onion, tba aa
parts aay, have aaaa getting what art
called absUotu, a kind of Imitation.
"Luther Burbank la not reaponalWa fne
tba deception.'' aay A, King of tba gre-
eery deportment at Harden Bit. "It I
a variety of vegetable, fruit r aom.
thing that graw from a aaed. Onion
aprtag tram ata' " They ar aalllag at
W rent a for three bunehaa.
Straw barrle frvaa iiutalaaa ar down
ta H cent boa at aom at ore. At
other they ar retailing at la and
Celery U drtnjt off th aaarkat It I
n acarr now that wholeealera hara
gun to tell It good-bra and retailer an
trli:a their cue I omen "tbro aia t ao
Green reee are lata la arriving bar.
Carload ordere have been ent la Ion
and Louialana. but keaaoaa of tb oandl
tloae of tba rallroada atne the Cooa
wept down IK Mieataatnpt ralley thee
ihata ret vet been filled. Qreea oeaa are
. "'lpecied, liowevar. I a day or two.
JS.Wr .T a !Senator Allen Here to
paature ground, la aow aa tnamen-ia aoor
. . ... kMl. mi, pemlnf
tnM ih take froaa the north. Thla atratc.i I
of watar ma ajutk aad wM. and aa
toad nearly ta Klnth atraet. tha Ua4
wet of tb original area lof tbo kaka
being corared by water. A few boue
oa tb north aide of Florence lab are
oa higher ground and no danger to the
HARMON HASREAL BOSY DAY
Site at Six and Keeps 5oing- All
VISITS LITE STOCK HCHAHGZ
Speaba at Nova at th Coaaaaerrtal
dab Hill Addroao Maaa
Meoilac This Erealaa at
Thla ba boa on of tho bualeat da-
that Oovarnor Harmon of Ohio ba ei
arteneadbM ba tbrow bia bat Into th
ring and entered for the preaidaatlal rata.
1 At noma Governor Harmon la an early
rlaer and the habit ataya wtlh bhm. era
out her la Nebraska. At d ('clock fit
morning be waa up and dowa la tb hotel
lobby at the futon. There ba greeted
tha elerka and tb ball boy ta a friendly
manner and afterward devoted an bour
to bla correspondence. At o'clock he
had flniahed Ma break feat and . waa
ready to recetee the erowde of democrat
wbo bad gnrhared to meet him. They
worn present from the city and oat la
tba atate. For two hours tba governor
bald aa In formal recaption la tha lobby
of tb hotel, after which be waa whirled
away to Mouth Omaha, where at 11 .
o'clock, be addrtsatd a Urge gathering of
bust nee men at the Exchant a building.
At t trork tktt afienw:i li.wernor
Harmon waa the liiivtt of the OmJha
club at luncheon. wtrj aiiu M of lha
buaU.ea atea of th civ -t d-m 'I'he
goeraor'( table was In laa center ol
th room and ka occupied a seal )ut
la th right of John Leo Webstar, who
proelded as toaitmaMrr.
After tho eigare kad beea lit. Mr.
Webaier. In Introducing the gueat of honor,
rafered t Ohio a being tha mother
ol numerous president. aoc.ng that If
(.. morrst la to become te chief acu
tii of th nation, ha would r.tthur m
tie elub'c gueat joeupyloit tb noalti.i
I any tibr mem'ier of tha deti.ir.- tti.
illh that aa could thinu of. as he u-aat-ted
! m a a amcno, level hlcd
liKdaid, Oj'crnor farmur. wt
k:eled with comio ra'u'.e upr'uw n il
after paylag a tribute ta taa Cotomorilal
.,tl sou kJKlied oniaii'tatloru. Hi N
rti.-.t they are domg much guac l.t it. way
of creating eentlment for dele reform
among all lines, ala ed that whll Ohio
me I." I abed ono i'e.ienta an inu.
p;tll( I ar of primrM-rxe. ino p !
la a l aeewr ait .:ord 'b'i !!
without alandlng by them and giving
them sailed uppert.
Th governor referred to tb number
of Ohio men that be flnde Hi every com
munity and Insist rd that H waa beeeus
that for I lie past 1M year th Mate bay
beea tending t taa west I a good men
somen, who have helped to build
up eommunltlea and establish goad got
rnmeat wherever tney nao aeitie.
There wis aa politic la tb goreroor'l
talk, but he dwelt at length upon tha
qaeetlet. gel atllaanahlp. aspreaalng
the opinion Mat there la generally too
little attention given to dvle weitlone
by tba bualne men. In eltlea, ba eatd,
that be bad discovered that much mora
attention waa being paid ta ptmHo affairs
th bnalae men than a few years
ago and that better result had boooaa
a pre rent. Hewavar, he found that there
a woeful lack af attcatlon paid to
ma It era pertaining to ta eouatry at
large, mea being toe deeply aa gross id
with their awa affair a '
ridteee Oaaaaaa ratal Claa.
The governor believed that aaok organ.
laattoa aa tba Omaha cammsroai ctu
could and had don much good; that thla
r aa era of organisation, business
man aheald look to It that taa affair of
city, state and country are tun aa buoi
neas pnndpiee, for." he adowd. "man
hot la be as atom If ba does act
II blmaeM with an organised body aad
palp whea tbre I omlhlng lo do."
Th Omen bualnes mea netenoa to
overnor Harmoa whan ka pralaad
Omaha, and they loudly applauded him
i be told them that thla la one of
tk beat groomed, beat kept aad ladylike
rlty thai be has area la hta travels, be
sides having a proeptroa appearance In
every particular. e
After the apeaklng, liny or mora or
tb me m be re f th Ohio (Mb gataerea
around Ooveroor Hsrnesei and for half
aa haw he held aa Informal reception,
the Ohtoana being Introduced by Mr.
Later lb governor returned la th
Faxtoa. where from I ta i o'clock ne
bead aa Informal roeoptlsa la th hotel
rotunda, meeting several hundred per-
n oho called ta pay tbatr reaped.
To Speak Taalabt.
Thl evening at th Auditorium dev.
raor Harmoa delivers kls only real
political speech la th west prior to th
Among tbo prominent Mat democrat
wbo are In the city ta meet Governor
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(nch customer for Saturday only.
v one to
Meet Gov. Harmon
rormar United Suta Senator William
V. Alien of Madleoa ta on of lb promi
nent Nrtrseka democrat wha has aom
ta the city t meet tfeverwor Harmoa
during bis atay her. And whll th aan.
tor la enthvjalaatla for liarmoa for the
Tha Omaha Rod and Oun dub, on th prerMrnev. he la even more enthuaiaetM
mmittt skars of Florence lake, will act ' far l..ihi;rd U Mstralfe for
ba damaged la any xlsat by tb preaent Jsptakiag of Xr. Metcalfe, Senator Allen
wag. Th shore of th lak ba retreated
oaaewbat but th greier part of the
(rsund at that paint la considerably
higher, than tba land aow u omened.
Though rhtmcf lak could aterflow
la a aouthwanUy direction there no
praoabillty h could reach Cut-oft lake
rtkor on the east or the west. The nee
la Cut-eat lake la brought abowt only by
taa ayarflpw .from Willow lake to th
eat f Florence lak.
.. Ooorao.r, wlft 4 Co. baa Ukan tha
sfacautioa to present the water aanta-
sins Lhesr Ice plant by seadlac a crew i
of mea there to du ua th aottfe etde
of Cut-off lake. '
! Again This herslsa.
Lata lost aht the water dropped one
halt foot or Vi Inches, but la the early
morning began to rtee. overtopping lb
mark of yesterday of I feet and rising to
a maxlaara of H at J o'clock thi after-
Earl - arrow,
"I have known Richard L Metcalfe
peraonally and Intimately for atere lhaa
twenty year. 1 first met aim whea be
waa a reporter aa the WortdVlaarald, aad
hat known him throughout hi entire
career as a newspaper man and
author, i :
"1 knew of ao man whom I more highly
appreciate than Richard L. Metcalfe, H
a mea from th flrat oualtty of American
rltlaenalUp. and there na doubt la my
mind but that today he I and for a long
i lime has beea the foremost writer la Ne
braska oa governmental and aeiaomlc
subject. He fe a arkVs and (ecurate
knowledge of eur form of goveraatent
and Its history." .
Blair bridge this morning reported the
watar atattoaary during fh last twenty.
tear nonrt. whll all port north of
there Indicate a alow fallow off., mea
City reported a half-foot deorese wbUe
other point further north report tb river
falling rapidly. Slight rains are predicted
generally la thl aectloa tonight aad to-
but It ta unlikely they wll reach
aaagattude euffident ta swell th r.er.
ttucdreds congregate ahmg tba river
front aad oa Douglas street brtdg aratcb
tag tb homeoee body af watar carrying
dowa rstalsh and trunks of tree gath.
ered from the bottom land up the river.
The bank af tb river an full to the
brim and It I benered tt river attewM
coma up a few laches anr a consider.
Henry Found Guilty
of Liling the Lid
Jack Henry had th Theatrical Man
agers Association dub era round awuty
of violating the Ikiaor laws ta conducting
the reeort In the naacment of thj Moyd
tneawr building. Tb Jury returasd a ver
dict to that effect ta the cnmlajj eUvwlaa
of th district court. ,
Tbo minimum fine I th. and tot morj
tLaa Go, a thirty cay ta ln. ar hath.
i I likely that aa appeal will ba Uitn.
v: ii ii a i i
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Hag hardwood cate, whit enamled lined,
mloaral wool Iliad, trlmmlos are of aollu
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at i w
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new domestic and oriental degigng. The are ot extra
fine Quality end have no miter beam. Th material
used are of the very beat grade of wor
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some. Tbey are regular 120.00 value
nd are offered for tomorrow' Ml at
One notion Co-Cart
New design Go-Cart, fold and open with
on motion, mad entirely of tubular steel.
large whMla, cushion tires, dutsuia
back and dash. Positive, splen- Sa98
value at th ipeciai price
M Douglas St.
Harmon and attend tb meeting thla
evening ar J. H. Thompaon of Oread
Island. Her ma a McNany ot Red Cloud,
John M. Devlne of Uncola, Oeorge K.
Hall of Frankl.'n, Judge 1. U Albert ot
Columbus, .una Slab of Grand Island.
Jaik Welsh of Humboldt, former Sen
ator William V. Allen af Madtaoa. B. M.
mm of Hasting. J. H. Oroinovor and
Ur. Woodard of Aurora, A. D. Feller of
Fullerton. B. E. Feller of Si. Kdwards.
John Byrne of Hebron, Floyd Kay bait of
Geneva and Heary Sjchael of t'tlca.
HARMON TArK AT STOCK YARD
Uoveraor at Obla falls ta Apaaa Ba-
thaaiaam Asanas; Staeksaea.
Nethwlthatandlng th muck ' rUiuUlod"
notice that Oovernor Judsoa Harmon
aculd apeak at tha Live Stock Kxcnxnge
"t UM today, there wjt but a eciint uatli
erlng preaent to gro-.t trie ifovenxir nt
Otlo. wb has dedgn on tit presidency
of the United State.
Oovernor Harmon, ocjjtnpar.l.tl dv the
demorratlo admialttlon of outh
Omaha. Including Fire anl 1MI. Com-
rrleelonera Rypn and llvmiha. arrl"ed at
thn Exchange building alwut 11:3) o'clock.
Previous to the arrival or the party,
which waa chaperoned by Carta Omen
tber, two autoreobilea of umaht police,
under the command of Captain Mixe
Dempaay. ostentatiously speeded about
twa awsltln th arrival of the vtaltore.
Upon hie arrival at tha Khan Gov
ernor Harmon, under the wmg of Jim
:iul'a. late of tk atate teinetatur. waa
untredbced ta a chosen trf of th faith
ful, one exception being wis 1 1 in favor
of tha Irreprasalble Jerry ilowant, who
carrtea tha gonfalon of Oovernor Wood
row Wilson. The crowd tnai gathered
about the rostrum set up In the rotunda
ot the exchange building ten plenty of
room for the expected guea a who failed
Compliment ta Woman.
Th governor began hi apeecb with a
compliment ta a few womea who etoo-1
bout and a reference to th former pro,
tlge of Cincinnati aa a pork center. Ha
admitted that the glory of boga had
passed from the Queen City to the Magic
City of lha weaL
Oovernor Harmoa continued hi speech
by a naive reference to hi own asplre
tloaa to th presidency of the United
States, ta which be declared Ohio always
preferred nor favorite sons as a reward
for faithful rvte In their own atate.
Continuing th speaker enunciated aom
broad platitude about equal rights to all
In th oconomla adjuatroent of warring
interest. Strong democrat la me auoi-
nc aaulrmed uneasily aa th governor
filled to arouse the enthuataem of tb
Mostly th governor recited hi own
deed of political prow In Obi, ri
laid medal (tree upon tb fact that he
had aided In having Ohio pass a law by
which railroad would have to tab car
ot tbo maimed and Injured ia the dta-
chargo of their duty. He also stated that (
he bad assisted m having the loaa snarns
of Ohio open up their record to puouc
riw. Tb rest of hi talk waa a general
denial of all charges made by bis enemies
and a plea for democraUo retrenchment
In th government of tha United Btatca.
He claimed credit for writing democratic
doctrine lata the brief of the "state
OrMfl's Douglas Street Store
Great Sale Saturday at 8 A. M.
Beautiful New Dresses'
- lfcginnin,, promptly at 8 A; M. Saturday we will offer your choice
of several hundred new sere dresses in all colors made up m scores of
new clever styles at half, and in many instances less than half price.
Those who know the opportunities of an Orkin's Douglas Street
Store sale will attend bright and early, and we particularly request our
regular customers to take advantage of this sale.
Htw lerge dresses ia ill colors aad sizes, in all the new style fea-
-A riarea Attack .
ot malaria, Hvrr ctarartsnet and ka-1
ney trouble, la easily cured by Uiectrk-1
Bitter, ta sua real sad re realty, a aaaia. 1 1
r.. . . .. 1m , Tim.. f-A I
tores and several ban
dred to cboc:e fron
worth $10, $12.50 and.
$15. on sale Saturday
ii 2 greit lltl a a a a
right governor." Including Cheater A,
Aldrich of Nebraska aad Herbert Hadley
La have e Want .ta Knew.
On th whole th governor found little
response and th dissatisfaction with gen
e rail ilea found expression la th ward
of a democratic laborer, wha demanded
of th governor "what would you ao
about all thla." Whll tk crowd waited
for aa answer. Godfather Jim Bulla
loaned over and advleed in gvrnor not
"Don't answer," said Jim a tba gover
nor paused, and tha speaker passsd on
a bit lamely to plea for harmony la th
democratic ranks, holding up bis hand
In affected horror at the republican
trlft In Bay City, MJchuraa.
Jerry Howard, an as-owed Wiln man
and a strong friend af tha packing houa
laborera, waa aa attentive listener during
the Harmoa speech. At tb conclusion
of th address Jerry laughed ea be re
marked: -If they enly art him talk a
little whll In Nebraska. Oovaraar Wil
ton will carry the state." .
The meeting cloe erlth aa announce
ment by Jim Bulla that tha 'governor
would apeak tonight la Omaha, what
all were Invited, .
Permits to amoks, I cent. All dealer.
VAN DUSEN'S CONDITION .
IS CONSIDERED SERIOUS
J. K. Tan Dumb af th law firm ot
Baxter at Van. Dwaea, for many years
a prominent member ot the Douglas
county bar, la dangerously 111 at the
home. IS T Street' South Omaha, with
locomotor ataxia, and la not expected to
live. . Mr. Van Duaen baa suffered from
tb's trouble for several yaare. and tt baa
only been the laat few days that h has
ben confined to bis bad.
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