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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, MAT 31, 1912.
ILL NEVER FORGET
Wirost Went Crazy. Burned and
Itched. Could Not Sleep. Used
Cutieura Soap and Ointment In
3 Months Sores Disappeared.
Davenport. Week. " Whoa I ni a ohJd
t had asm Unit mgH km aa my Beck
tod under my tram. I m shaft forget
mow i sun-eras whs tocee
ana. Il ttaa winter they
ma aot so bed but k the
eumiaar I would almost ia
erasy. When I aa vara
tbey would Mart to bum
end Itch, and tt waa all I
oould do M to scratch
lorn. I eouM aot deep
and sometime. I eould aot
oat, because Heat aa
bad that 1 bad to tot out
and wan around.
Than I beard of tha Ouucur 8oap and
Omtmeat so thought I would give them a
trial. Irotsweeakaof CfctkureSoepende
bos of CXuoure Otntmssl. At alht I would
batha with hot walor and Cutieura Soap and
thaa put oa soms Cutieura Ointment, and fca
tbernorntagl would do trie nve thing. I did
that every Bifbt and aeonung lor throo
months, than I fouad that tha wa had dla
appeared. Just aa aeoB aa I itartad to oat
Cutieura Soap and Ointment tha Itchlnf aad
bummc slopped and I oould alaop at algal
I never oaa any otbar map lor my children,
and I think lha4 no asxhw should." (Signed)
Mr. C. D. Marriott, June aa, 1911.
For Irsellng poor eempleitane, lad, rough
hands, and dir. thai aad lalllng hair, Oeucure
Soap and OuMoura Oeitsssal ban baoa tha
world's fancMitor more thaa a geaerettea.
Sold everywhere. Samp Is of oach mailed trap,
with SS-Pc book. Address 'CaUeuia.
Dept. T. Bonos. Tender-faced Bkai should
shave with Cutieura Soap onartag Stick.
Ths TTndanroar at Otatlianii
SUPREMELY COOL and
above the ordinary in
fit and tailoring. 50c to
$3.50 the garment
Yoor personal, llfned copy
of tha Gotham Book da Luxs
tent on request
GOTHAM MFG. CO.,
Ales makers of Gotham ghlrts.
FIFTH AVS. BLtQ, hK XORX.
U..A..,,...J,.....: ,,,- , ,
m T mm
Begins Monday, Jane 3d
Showings will represent month
of careful selecting and buying
by our varloua managers.
Profits bar not been consid
ered In oar efforts to five too
tie bluest money's worth ot
satisfaction you ever knew.
WATCH FOR FURTHER
PREPARE TO COME MONDAY
Too ne,ver before had a sav
ing opportunity equal to this
BEEF CITY NEWS
two Boos Mas It
Sleetcie Peas Buigaea-Onuidon Co.
S. at, Clark, ogna. loth om Douglas.
Weak Lee Ssa Chief of Police Doa
ahua has turned ever to Smoigaacy Off!
ear Don Leahy a letter ftwaa Joha Chart
Wteeertch ef Saa Aatoeue, Tax., aulas
that hts bob. Joha Cbsrtee Wlederleb, Jr..
wroaa raaese Friday The funeral of
Robert Qreea, a wall known bartender
who died Uat Saturday, will ba (Mid Fri
day aftaraooa from the Burket-LUe
eh pal at t o'clock. Interment will ba la
Forest Laws cemetery.
Faaeral af Mlaa Urate PrlSsy The
funeral of Miss Delia Laraoa. who died
Wadneaday morning frem the effect, ot
earboHc acid poisoning, win bo beM Fri
day afuntooB front the Creaky chapoi
Twanty-toarth and St ward atretta. la
term ant win be la Foreat Lmwa cernetery
Vhra WUaoa ruarai Friday The
funeral of Clva Wllaoa. who died Sun
day moraine; will be held title af
taraooa at 1 o'clock at Kountae Memorial
church. Twenty eeventn and Fnmam
atroeta. Rer. a D. Beltsley will offici
ate. Interment will be In Council Bluffs.
Faaesat of Mrs. Oa)ert lrar-The
funeral ot Mra. Enrily Cajorl, widow of
the late Anton Calorl one of the found
era of Mount Hope cemetery, who died
Twaaday Blent, will be held Friday after
noon frem the residence, in Worth
Twenty-eeventh street. Interment will
he In Mount Hope cemetery.
Fined tot Feat Xrrlrrjur For operat
ing an automobile at a rata of thirty
mil ea an hoar through Miller park when
the park rules aay the omit la only eight
mttee Walter Peterson paid a tine of II
and coats. M. W. Kelly waa fined S and
coats tor "beta late to work" and driv
ing feat. H. B. Orobe waa discharged
for a similar offense.
Balloon Alights at
Balleoa No. U of the army signal
eerpa, which ascended from the grounds
at Fort Omaha Wednesday noon landed
at Burilnrten Junction, Mom earning to
earth at I o'clock that alght None of
the men. Are In number, including Pilot
Aaamann. sustained aay Injuries or dis
comfiture from the flight. The balloon
was packed ap and win be expressed
back to the fort
Aesmana and the men bearded a train,
Aaamaaa bound for hts home at St.
Louis and the men to Fort Leavenworth,
where they are stationed.
This Is the last of the balloon night
for Major It bar, the Instructor ta charge,
returned to New Tork. Flf teen otfloera of
the signal school from Fen Leaveawortn
also left for their station.
BANCROFT CHILDREN HOLD
Memorial day tree appropriately as
erred at Bancroft school by patristic
song and recitation from representative
of the eighth grade down to the little
folks The guest and speaker of the day,
T. Bowerman, who is a member of
George Crook post, and who enlisted
from DeKalb. iil. la 1ML was listened
to very attentively bp. hi young auditor
while he gave them aesne let hi own
eiperieaoea as a aeldter. He told them
he waa under Benjamin Harrison and
that be served nearly three years and
only stopped then because of the close
ot the war.
Mr. Bowerman said. 'Ton children
will be the people' soon." and when he
added the girl would vet when they
were grown be waa mterrapted by a
hearty and prolonged burst of applause
la which the teachers also joined en-thuitlcally.
A Utile girl presented Mr. Bowerman
with a large bouquet In token of the
appreciation of hie hearers for hi Inter
eettng epeecu and alee of thle yearly re
awakening of patriotic thought to which
he end his comrade so largely and nn-
HOWARD KENNEDY SCHOOL
CHILDREN GIVE PROGRAM
Student of Howard Kennedy school
gave a program of drill, folk dance and
songs and recitation for their parent
Wednesday. Parents of SOS students wit
nessed the program. Miss Fraaces Eaton,
principal, gave the students permission
to put oa the program tor the parents
In tha svoBing after tt had beta given
for the acTioot In the afternoon.
The forty graduates of the school win
go to Fairmont park. Council Bluffs,
Saturday and bold a ptente. Teeter (fay
the class gave the school a picture of
Santa Barbara. 1
Mlaaee May Wahler. Carol Marhoff,
Ada Sheerer. Lillian Bondesson, Dora
Sentel and Maude Smith, teacher, drilled
the girls of the firth, sixth, seventh snd
eighth grades who gave the entertain
ment Fink Ice cream and cake was
served ia the clasa rooms during the eve
ning and tMt was realised which will he
used to purchase pictures for the schunt.
Don't Wut to Ftnd oat
V sea are refuted ay ieeee. W yea
sseii em euese te auertwe key a
IsmlUlrtr. ead weid eg aeseMe Ssa-
Tl? ii ssralea sat sswerrwl
hnstrlee. ewee ss wen ss srewsts
tlense. ead see area tetewmea.e w
kmn for tvem. D!wes la-
stsettT at water, aad av
Per sale ay Sracglet inij.isis.
ead ter met let
J J. TT1EI, CWet, ITaAsrtaa, X.
WABASH ROAD IS NOW
While tha Wabash la doing much la
the way of Improving the waaHrti part
ot the eyetera m the way of reconstruct
ing the tine between Omaha and St
Loul and preparing to put tnte service
new and better rolling stock. It Is also
Installing telephone line aad Inetn
menta to be aaed la handling the husl
Bcee, Tito Wabash Is now erecting pole
along the Omaha-flt Louis Unas and
probably will have the system la opera
tlea before fan. The circuit win con
sist of two heavy copper wire that will
be used entirely for railroad kualam
When complete, the telephone win be
seed for all eomornications with the dis
patchers and for all railroad business
between stations and with beedqaartera.
WHORRY IS ARRESTED
FOR KISSING HIS WIFE
That a married mas has the right to
kia and sen brace his wife at home, upon
the street, or ta a puetia peace, was the
view of ST. M. wkorry on Wednesday.
Today he ta inclined to bebev that hie
opinion is net, a correct one.
Wherry was driving aa antortobtk
south em Sixteenth street Wednesday
aight aad for several btoeks waa busily
engaged kissing and hugging hit wife,
Mra. Aaaa Wherry. ' Trafrte .Tlfneera
Wheeler aad Emery were beaked at the
eight and arrested the eoaple. They were
released apea Jtt bonds, which were for
feited b police court yssterdar morning.
PATRIOTIC YOKES RING OUT
Hundred of School Children, and
Other. Sing at Auditorium '
ItXXO&IAL SXBYICE IS HELD
Orre ss en tea Are reelected hy the
Kalshta m Colas. has aad Ad.
. drees em Patrtetlam DeUw.
ereel er J. U Webster.
Mora than tto children of the Roman
Catholic parochial schools of Omaha aad
South Omaha, MS singers from the many
Parumaa and approximately 4.090 parents
of the children and the members ot the
churches joined with the Knights of Co
itus bu in observing Memorial day la the
Auditorium yesterday morning.
The service waa a simple one, but the
simplicity made it more Impressive. The
eight of the hundreds ot children on the
main floor aad the young men and
women singer oa the stag was a sight
to warm the blood and quicken the pulse,
snd the effect of the thousand of voice
Joining la patriotic sad religious aong
was to thrill the hearts ot all those who
attended the ceremonies.
' Seat Are Filled Early.
Long before the how of the service the
balconies and the galleries were well
Oiled with friend' and relatives' of the
children snd other members ot the
churches. The main floor was divided
Into sections, to each of which the chil
dren' from aeme school were assigned.
Shortly before W o'clock the seats on
One floor began to fill, the children
marching Into their places, and by a) It
had been transformed Into a great gar
den of children, arrsaced la orderly f sab
Ion as one might arrange the flowers of
varying kind in a floral garden. Here
waa a section of little boy, darkly
garbed next a square of little girls, dainty
In white or light colored frock; now a
group of older boy; again a dlvialoa
of elder girls, contrasting their light .col
ors with tha dark worn hv the
eo on to the very rear ot the floor.. Each
cmia earned and wared a mail Amerl
oaa nag. The sight wss sne to beggar
Father Steasen Leads Frayer.
Tha Invocation, the Lord's Prayer, was
said by all. Father 1. W. Btenson lead
ing. Then ail joined m singing "Amor-tee.-
under the leadership of Th. Rud.
Re, th orchestra joining In. After sn
sffecttva reading ef Llnooln's Gettysburg
address by Loul Havana h of Crelghtoa
university, 'The Star Spangled Banner"
Webster oa Patriotism.
John L. Wtbstsrj delivered aa address
oa "Patriotism," Fether Btenson offered a
prayer for the aoldler dead and tbe
service closed with the staging ra unison
of "Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean.''
and a benediction. Mr. Webster said;
Patriotism la the eonl of the nation. It
must have lie been nntng la the education
of the children. When the youths of th
land are Inspired by patriotism they will
prove a stronger protection to the per
petuity ot the country than garrtaons
ana guns, man torts and ueete. Pstrlot
Ism Is the religion ot the country. It
should be (aught In the church and In
the schools It haa it birthright in th
plrlt of American history. It dwell In
th namee of all our country' defend
ers snd Is revived In the name of all
her aupoortere. It entwine Itself (round
th memortec of all our soldiers who
died upon the field of battle and is as
sociated with the nemo and achieve
menta ot all our soldiers living.
"The selection ot Memorial day for this
patriotic demonstration hae snnanoed It
value. This ia a patriotic day, a day filled
with recollectlone ot all the battlae for
the union. It la a day held In aacred re
verence by the Vetera ne of the Civil war.
It I a day filled with proud and tender
memories of th poet. It I a day made
aacred to the tradition of liberty. It la a
day when the eon of freedom may drink
from the fountain of patriotic enthusi
asm. It Is the sunremest day of all th
year for thee Children to sing national
song In th fullnei ot th sulrll of pa
triotism." Persistent Advertising Is the Road ta
Commencement and 1
Memorial Program i
at Benson School
Benson's Eighth grade graduation ex
erereee were held Wednesday evening
at the Methodist church, where the oiaas
colors floated gaily on that event. There
was a slight decrease ta comparison to
last year's claas of fifty -eight:
Th claas honor war won by the
Rank L Donald King.
Rank 1 Bmma Ehlera.
Rank 1 Paul Handler.
Rank 1 Herbert Uu.ta.fsoa.
Helen Anderson, John Larson.
Waldo Anderson. Agnee Undberg,
rUvmond Anderson, Olen Madsen,
Mary Amdt, Marie Maney.
Harry Barr, Pearl Matieoa.
Ruth Bellle. Eva Mettler.
Mary Butler, AnnaMtngua.
Esther Raymond McCreary,
Christofferaea. Sylvester MoCreary,
Ferdnand Daacher, Carl Nelsen.
Bert Davie, Louise Korea,
Emma Ehlera, Olga Nordin.
Daniel Krdmen, Burton Petersen.
Gertrude Gats. Margaret Powera.
Galua Green. Amy Koesnder,
Herbert Gustafaoa. Sidney Rchleu,
Peal Handler. Olga Selling.
Isabel I Hawkins, Etnel Williams.
Elsts Hitch. Harold Wilson,
Mora Johnaoa, Julia Wilson.
Roy Johnaon, Roy Wolff.
Donald King. Fern Wyant,
Opal Landlord, Marguerite Tsrton.
Song "Beautiful Blue Danube"
Add res ot Welcome Paul Hand ley
Song "all On"
Double Duet "The Spring Song"
Elate Hitch. Opel Langford. Gertrude
Oats. Esther Chrlstoffereen.
Violin accompanists, Fera Wyant and
Piano accompanist. Marguerite Y art on.
Address, Nathan Hemsteln.
Presentation ot diplomas. President of
School Board. F. S. King.
Special memorial exercises were held
Wednesday afternoon ta the basement of
the Methodist church, given to two divi
sion. Th primary department gave their
program at 1 JO, followed by that of the
ether grades. D. M. Haverty of Omaha,
ex-eounty clerk, gave the address ot ths
afternoon. Special music wss one of the
features. All old soldiers ot Beaeon
were Invited and attended In a body. An
audience which packed the rooms waa
TESTS WATER SUPPLY
Dr. A. JT. McLaughlin of the United
Bute saartaa haspiui service Is making
a series of teats ot water purity and
swag pollution m the city. He haa
taken up bis residence here snd will de
termine the per coat of pollution In the
water before he leaves. Ha will make a
survey of tha water abed.
Wednesday ha want with City Englnee.
Ctalg. the etty aekmertologlat, snd the
health oom misalon te visit pumping sta
tions, the Flereas plant aad the river.
Each day In June aad July he will taXa
samptea ot water at Flore no and at th
But street station aad at tha Uataa Pe
eing bridge below tha Joaea (treat
WILL TRY BUTTS FOR
Clarence 0. Butts win he tried m police
court today aa a charge of unlawful
garslahsnaat. It at aliased that Butts
sastgned to Joseph H. 81 rock of Council
Bluffs a acta executed by Martin B. A li
ke u(h. aa employe at the Omaha a
Council Bluffs Street Railway company,
for Hat Ml St rock tried to bring suit for
the collection of the note m Council
Bluffs aad aa Although Ivea la Ne
braska tha action waa bwIL Butt' arrest
thea followed. .
BUSINESS HEHAL& OMAHA
C. C. Belden, Chairman, Has As
signed Speakers to Schools.
PAST OF KJ?0W OMAHA SCHHXI
Ad Clak Take an Especial Interest
la the Movement (Uvea Prises
tor the Brat Ease) a oa
Omaha will be preached to the school
children this morning by Omaha
business men. C. C. Belden. In charge of
speakers for the Know Omaha cam
paign, haa outlined a schedule whereby
s speeker will appear at each school at
IS o'clock. A majority of the talks will
he made by membera ot the Omaha Ad
club, which haa taken annaual interest
In the Know Omaha campaign, aot only
by volunteering personal work, bat by
subscribing 1909 for prise to school
children who enter the Know Omaha
The speakers snd school at which they
Bancroft, E. T. Swob.
Case. O. T. Eastman.
Laateilar, Vale Holland.
Central. Carroll R. Helrien.
Central Park. Charlee K. McLaughlin.
Clifton Hul. Amea Thomas.
Columbian. Mra. A. B. I'arlow.
Comemus, C. J. Lord.
Druid Hill, A. V. .-ihotweii.
Dupont. S. R. Dlghton.
Edward Itosewater, l C. Roeewater.
Farnara, Thomas Lynch.
Franklin. C, W. Noble.
Howard Kennedy. A. C. Kennedy.
Kellom. C. . rVhnager.
Lake. Fred J. Adams.
I-avenworth. F. V. Parrlrh.
Lincoln. L. J. TePoel. ,
Loiu, Frank Marti.
Loitirop, a:. K. Dennlson.
Mason. Charlee Frmnke.
Miller Park. Dr. S. IV Clark.
Monmouth Park. R. B. Wallace.
Pacific, F. L. Haller.
Park, a A. McNown. '
Saratoga. E. A. Higelnl.
Seundera, H. C. Hemes.
Sherman. C. R. Docherty.
Troln. Fred Carey.
Vinton. Clinton Browne.
Walnut Hill. J. A. Bennewlts.
Webster. B. A. Fitch.
Windsor. D. J. Rurke.
ASSOCIATION WILL ENTER
KNOW OMAHA CAMPAIGN
Ths Toung Men s Christian association
will fall In line with the Know Omaha
campaign by beginning the Wreh with
special service. Four speakers are an-i-ounced
for the meeting to be held at i
e clock Sunday afternoon and every angle
of th city asri will be discussed.
Howard H. Baldrlge will apeak en the
commercial adivlile of th city. Su
perintendent Graft will tike up the suh
lert of education. Re. E. H. Jenka will
talk on the rellglou life of Omaha snd
th Rev. A. W. Clsrk will Inks for his
ubject Ihs aortal welfare of the city.
"My little soa had a very severs cold.
I was recommended to try Chamberlain'
Cough Remedy, and before a email bottle
was finished he era aa wall aa ever,"
writs Mr. H. Silk. Dowllng Street.
Sydney, Australia. This remedy 1 for
ale by all dealers.
LITTLE GIRLS ARE IN TEARS
WHEN PET DOG IS SHOT
When Judge Foster ordered the pet
dachshund dog of James Mark, a city
fireman, living at 1011 Pacific street, shot
yesterday, ha caused Merk's two llltl
tep-daugnters to buret Into teara Mark
waa arrested on a charge of harboring
s vicious dog. Mrs. Grace SlurS of Hot
South Tenth street waa ths omnplatnlng
witness. She declared thst the dog had
attacked her oa May H and bitten her
en the right leg. She exhibited a aktrt.
showing how the dog's teeth had torn It.
She said that the dog's teeth had pene
trated through her outer garments snd
made a wound upon her leg.
THE BEST THING
The famous naturalist was asked by
a clergyman to speak to his people on
the gospel of nature. It set Mr. Bur
roughs to wondering whether nature
had any gospel in the clergyman's
sense of the word. Then he wrote
the "Gospel of Nature" as he saw it
Here are some of the things he told
the people now for the first time
published in the June Century.
'rpHATIamsisaer.kealtb- "AJTt friend Thoenpeon-Setoa
s ler, awre cootented man, i' I derma te Bad the btotng-
(W tBOfC MttteStltfld
with truer rtasdsrds of life, far
woods, I ssa fully convinced."
-fpHE kseib ia the rocks did
1 aot mesa much to the
earlier molcs-ists. They looked
oaa them as whims ef tbe
creative energy, or vest igeaef'
Noah's teed. They were
blinded by the preceaeelved
notions of the six-day theory
leal valae ef the Tea Com
mandment! la the Uvea of the
wild animala. 1 cannot make
this we inning bold water, at
least aot mack of it."
"XTATURR la aot benevo
L leott nature 1 just, givee
peand for pound, measure tor
measure, aever tampan bar
decrees with mercy, er wink
at en v Infringement ef her
A host of other good tiling, In
forming and entertaining, round
out the delightful issue for June.
It will be followed in July,
August and September by three
Summer Fiction Numbers contain
ing twenty-tour short stories, the
best written in many a day.
Among them three fascinating
new ones by CHren Johnson, author
of "Stover at Yale."
S3 omht s copy, Scss s year. At all bosk stares, er The Ceatesy Cow Colon Square. Sew Tark
The backward season overstocked one
of the largest and best wholesale tail
ors ia Rochester. His stock consisted
of hundreds of high class suits for
young men and men. We bought them
away off price and will offer them for
This annonncement tells only part of
the story. Onr windows will tell an
other chapter, and oir clothing depart
ment will tell the whole story, if you
Remember the date, Saturday, June 1.
; , ; ' J a
till the Germs That Cause
Dandruff and Falling Hair
Thea Your Hair Will Grow Thick and Lnstroni and Scalp Itch
and Dandruff Will Vanish, j
FAKTSIAN SAOSJ will kill the dandruff
germs and that's ths eely way to stop
your hair troubtea.
Ton can't have vigorous er beautiful
hair as long ss the little dandruff germs
steal from the hair root tbe feed that
store attends the hair to have.
Let ma say it agala; kill the germs by
sing PARISIAN SAO II and your hair
worries will eeaee.
Get a IP-cent bottle of PARISIAN
SAOI at any drug or department store
er any toilet goods counter today use n
tonight and ths aext; see the dandruff
dlaapperr. notice the hiatre that begins
tc ' the ha'r and wonder of won
der, that Itching of the aoalp has van
ished ever alght
PARISIAN BAGS surely doe give set
Isfartlon th country ever. It Is such a
elean. refreshing and Invigorating hair
teals for men. wemea and children that
an who use It speak highly ef tie delight,
PARISIAN SAOI la aot a dye; It does
aa Mwiteln ansae of lead Or aulonur or
any Injurious Ingredient Ask for PAR
ISIAN SAOI. The girl with the auburn
hair Is oa every bottle.
Mrs. Julia Watson, R F. D. Ne. 1,
Fredericksburg. Va writes: "PARISIAN
SAGB haa done wonders for my hair.
Has cleaned eut all dandruff and mf
hair haa began to grow."
"XIio ravorito Rye
of Six Generations'
GENUINE RYE IS
Properly aged with a
mellow, delicate flavor that
you can't" beat
4 times distilled makes
it absolutely pure.
Bottled in Bond
Each bottle is sealed wtth
the U. S. Government Stamp,
Its 8e Is guaranteed by the
u. 0. Lrovernmenb.
Its purity by the Schenley
Its quality speaks for Itself.
When you buy Rye, buy Schenley. At all deeuers.
Schenley PistflHns; Co, Locoeco, Pa.
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"SO Svtitzertandi in One"
Special low farce are la effect during
the tourist eeaenn, te all Faelflo Osast
aad California deetlaatieae
See that your ticket reed via Oasa
eku Faetfla, The World's (treateat Hun
way, and let ua plea your trip to take
In the noted resort ef
Banff Lake Louise
Field (ST1) Glacier
Special trains and car parties have al
ready been arranged for to accomodate
deleratee and fnende of Eike to tbe
Qrand Lodge at Portland, July 1 11. Ton
will proclaim It "The Trip of My Life"
If you take tt via this route
Hi SO from Chicago. fM0 freer.- St
Itouis. tt e from Milwaukee. IS ft
from Kansas City, fsi ss from Omaha,
and corresponding low fares are ia ef
fect to all North Pacific Coast potnU.
Can or send 4 seats p nolo go for ear O
Inauated booklet, "Tie OhaUeage
IW IsaS: Baaaw twjd Afc.c'J'
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