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BBIEF CITY NEWS
l SUck-ralocmer Co, Undertakers.
BUly, the Sentlit, City Nat'l. D. 25fi.
uuiy oioraye ft Tan Co. Dous. 1516
Kara Boot Print It Now Beacon
Tornado Insurance, the good kind. Ed
. Turklnton. 602 Bee Bide.
tt S. BlgTitter Law offices removed to
ue uraana Nat'l. Bank Bldg-. Tel. D317
Ijrra Dance Poitponed The Lyra
dance that was scheduled for Wednesday,
evening at the Uerman home haa oeen
lighting- rixtures repaired and retln
Ished. Burgess-aranden Co. Douglas 81,
The Of floe of Iloyd . WlUla. arehl.
tect, has been moved to 1221 to 1ZX City
iauonai Bank building.
Olee Olub Organised The alee club
or tne omaha High school of Commerce
held a meeting Monday afternoon at 4
o'clock.. The club Is Draellclnir
sdngs and hopes to give an entertainment
The State Bank ox Omaha pays 4 per
cent on time deposits, 3 per cent on sav
ing accounts. The only bank In Omaha
whose depositors are tirotected by the
' depositors' guarantee fund of the utate
of Nebraska. 17th and Harney streets.
Charles Bowe rnneral Wednesday The
uuriai oi unaries I. Rowe, Twants-nlnth
and Plnkney streets, will take placo
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from
tho First Methodist church, Twentieth
and Davenport street, with Interment In
west Lawn cemetery.
Prune Juice Fine
This story might be a mere figment of
the imagination, but It Isn't. It's the
truth, nothing but tho truth.
During the time that the militiamen
have been doing excellent guard work In
the stricken district they have been sup
plied with food by the city. In all cases
the "grub" has not been as good aa
that to which they navB ueen used to
eating, and here and there among the
epicures of the soldiery there have been
complaints. In one case some of the
food was sent back labeled: "Not for
This food has been hauled to the ol
dlera on trucks offered by several firms
about tho city. One of these motor
wagons has been donated by the Bvir
gossJQranden company and It Is with the
driver of this machlno that this story of
bad food originates.
Sunday morning the driver rushed out
with" some rations Including several pots
of coffee. A policeman on duty at one
of the posts where the food was to be
left, knowing of the complaints, thought
he would sample the coffee. He did, and
declared that It was very rotten, but
he drank all from one pot.
The driver of the truck, learning from
tho officer that the coffeo was not
good, decided he would take back the
rest , and get some new. When he met
the 'chef of the cooking station he ex
plained to him:
"i!" am bringing back this coffee; the
soldiers are kicking on It already."
"Why, what In the Sam Hill Is the
matter with them?" expostulated the
chef, "That Isn't coffee; It Is pruna
And the policeman had not known the
ThNs Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
Strong and substantial. Finished
either VerniB Martin or White
Enamel. Three-quarter or full
size. Each $6.50
Iron Beds, up from ....2.00
Bed Springs, up from .. 81.25
Pillows, per pair, up frpm 81.25
A good guaranteed cotton
mattress. Roll stitched edge,
lbs., special 86.50
Good substantial with cotton felt
Large line, up from ....81.25
Solid Golden oak, an unusually
large line, up from ....80.00
We have assembled all broken
sets up to five of a pattern, In all
woods that we hare marked at
WILL PASS BILL FOR BONDS
Douglas County Delegation Stands
Solidly for It.
KENNEDY TALKS TO THE HOUSE
Mill aa Prepared (Urea Counties
Power to Call Special Elections
to Vote Million In Case
THE BEE; OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1913.
b, 45 I
Money That Goes Up in Smoke
Is well expended If It Is spirit for
SXi STDLO clears. For they cer
tainly afford much more solid en
joyment and comfort than their
price represents. Try an S3&
3I3I.O cigar today. Made in
So, 6c, 100, laitc.
El Sldlo Smoker, extra value at 6c.
Ed. Oetten Paul Wlcknam
Getteu-Wickham Cigar Co.
"Tho Home of Valuei."
611 South lets St.eet.
A bill (dvlnr munils aiiti.n..tiu i. -.it
special .section to vote bonds In the
oi i,uw,wo or lesa In mums of dl.
aster will hn v.,, .v.. x?.k i.-
legislature, according to John t,. Ken-
cnairman of the committee ap-
fuiiuea oy rasper B. Tort of the Com
mercial club with Instructions U wait
upon the governor and expln'.n the bill
Governor Morehead will stnd the bill
to the legislature with reommondatlon
that It pass, eaya Chalrmun Kennedy.
At first the govornor demurred as to the
recommendation, but promised lo sign
the bill If it passes.
Ten of the committee waited on the
governor yesterday. They returned last
night after holdlnr fl. confrtnr with 4h
governor and securing a hearing beforo
the legislature. ,
The entire Douel AS renin v 1Atrn
wll support the bill, although Anderson.
Smith and Davis withheld their decision
until they had heard the bill explained.
"Anderson, Smith and Davis opposed
the bill until they had heard It fully ex
plained," said Kennedy. "There may
still be some different, nt ii
details, but as the bill stands It will pass
"We called on th
noon. After we had discussed tho meas
ure with him he said he would send It
over with recommendation that la pass."
"Aa we camo out of th imvnn.
flee we met Davis, Anderson and Smith
going In. The governor suggested that
before we had asked for hi.
recommendatlon the Douglas county dele-
baiiuu oo uniiea.
"At noon we met with h nmurta. i.i.
gatlon and discussed the bill. Davis held
out longest, but at last he favored thd
"We wont over to th lmii i..
afternoon and the rules were suspended,
and I was given fifteen minutes in which
to explain the bill. At the conclusion of
my explanation there seemed to bo no
serious objection to the bill, ami I re
lieve it will be passed."
Members of tho commltten
on the governor were: John U Kennedy,
chairman: J. A. C. Kennodv. n. r
Peters, C. T. Kountie, George A. Magney,
jonn a. nine, u. c. George, C. M. WIN
helm, II. Doorly and C. C. Belden.
wnetner tne committee will ro sant nnri
attempt to interest capital in tho $1,000,000
bond proposition, with the Intention of
floating the bonds without troubln ahmiirt
an election be nailed and the proposition
carry, Mr. Kennedy could not say.
As the bill now stands. It eIvp nnv
county In tho state authority to call a
special election and vote bonds to tho ex
tent Of 1LO0O.O0O for the unn nt th. .nr.
fercrs In case of disaster. The handling
of the money, the manner In which it Is
to be expended and under what twHnl
circumstances are left largely to the
county which shall vote the bonds.
Heed by Citizens'
"More stenographers! Who will help
the citizens' relief committee with the
correspondence and all clerical work In
cidental to the tornado relief organi
sation?" The relief committee Is asking
these questions and finding no answer.
For tho last week twenty stenographers
have devoted their time and service to
the committee without charge, but tho
majority of these have been called back
to work by their employers. Some of
them were attending or teaching school
and they have resumed their school
duties. At least a dozen more stenog
raphers could' be helpful at the commit
tee's headquarters at the city hall.
Stenographers who nave helped tho
committee thus far are:
Ralph Brannian, 3702 California.
It. I Dowden, Llnlnger ImDlem enfc mm.
Misses Baumer, Hlllls and Little from
Miss Alma Dahlqulst. M. E. Smith & Co.
Miss Sadie Schonberger, Carpenter
Miss Buirvall, Parlln & Orendorff.
Mr. Plunkett, Lee-dlass-Andreesen
C. H. Compton. traffic bureau.
Harold Roufe, Thirty-first and Ames.
Charles Hayes. Madison hotel.
Bob Haaker, Regent Shoe company.
Miss Fannie Kopald, City National
Miss Harriet Hanley, United States Na
Frank Williamson. Frank Johnson.
Warren Dickson and Ernest Mallon of
the Union Pacific.
Harold Weeth. Juel Jackson, Victor
Graham, Phillip Gavin and Ellworth
Wood of the Omaha High school.
Misses Raab. Schultz, Edna Holly,
Pearman. Getcher, Vltouch. Pratt and
Esther Kohn. of the Nebraska Telephone
Miss Doyle and Miss Richard of the
Omaha National bank.
Walter L-eet, Chicago & Northwestern
Miss C. M. Wurth, Burlington railroad.
Miss Myrtle McMahon, Allen Bros.
Mrs. C. B. Butts.
Miss Tllla Stetn. Fairbanks. Morse &Co,
Miss Bertha Horak, Union Pacific
Miss Beerman, Union Pacific,
These men and women, and boys and
girls, have loyally stood by the relief
association and. refused to accept pay
for their services. They have worked
early and late and two or three of the
half a dozen who are still at work are
worn out with the long hours and the
General Relief Fund
Now $170,246, With
More Added Hourly
The total in the general relief fund at
noon today, was HT0.24&&S. according to
me report made by Treasurer Cowell.
More money Is coming In at every m.lt.
"nllot Boxes. Sunday 731.1S
List through Samuel Slmonsoti.. uioo
Through Omaha Bee 3.0M.5
Through World-Herald T.tOS.tS
rJi- Sheets. Carson, la to.00
"""en iiinior 1.0 SOO 00
fetter Brewing Co 30O.OO
Employes Jetter Brewing Co 81.06
Bolz, McBride Cooperage Co.,
St. Louis , W(M
Bsker Bros.' Engraving Co 25.00
,i:'BH t'- "eynoias. unicagoV
through Merchants National... 550.00
H. M. Harms. Deshlcr. Neb 25.00
Plattsmouth Elks Lodge No. 7J9 25.00
Charles Battelle 15 M
Citizens of Cedar Rapids. Neb.... 234,75
Citizens of Dennlson. Neb 21.95
rlood Relief Commltteo of New
Orleans. La 600.00
Anueraon, aomn umaha... 6.00
Creamery Package Co.. additional 60.00
' ""! Mnni iionK, unadron,
Neb, 60 00
Marinette & Menominee Paper
Co., through Carpenter Paper
vngni v uneimy Co 260.00
George W. Pantter. Kanbrado,
Kan 1 km
C. A. Grlmmel -.'
Voegle Dinning 100,0a
H. O. Wilbur & Son., Philadel
phia, mrougii Loose-Wiles Co. 100.00
Albert O. 8wlft s.TO
Hasklns Bros. AV On inn rv
J. a., through Omaha National.. 6o!w
Santa Ysabel chapter, D. A.
.. san Jose, Cal. ., 60.00
J. E. Clough, Wlnnetoon, Nb.,
mruiiuii nrsv national... 5,00
Vallev Lumber f!n.. T.ortl rt un
Leo, Glass,. Andreeson Co 2So!oo
oamey c Merry, Springfield,
". mrougn ie. Glass,
Andreeson Co inn nn
Omaha Furniture & Carpet Co.. 125.00
Dullard, Hoagland A Benedict... 200.00
Friend from Council Bluffs 25.00
Miss Currens, Florence............ 6.00
No name. M. E. B m m
Mr. Whitehead, Boulder. Colo.... 10.00
W. C. Wentz. AUrora. Neb 6.00
Fremont Citizens, through Com-
Mercial Club 600.00
Minneapolis Plumbers Union
No. 16 5,oo
P. P. Flanncah. Grei'liv. Nh.... ? nn
W. L. Yetter & Co t'm
O. B, Creel, Decatur. Nob 5.00
C. W. Townsend, Decatur. Neb... 3.00
J. W. Etcher. Decatur. Nh...!.. im
J. C. Cozad, Decatur, Neb 1,00
1: u. voren, riainvlew, Neb 6.00
H. A. Wells, New York City 10.00
A. Ferguson. 3236 Miami Street,
Half Week's Wages 5,00
Tlllle Hokanson, Wahoo, Neb..,. 3.00
Mr, Lewis, Brandels Stores 10.00
C. D. Patterson , k.OO
Cleanup Day is
Proposed by the
A big clean-up day will be fixed by the
citizens relief committee and the people
of the city will be asked to Invade the
tornado zone and help clear it of the
debris thrown Into the streets, over lawns,
on boulevards and In parks by Sunday's
"T. C. Byrne. Gould Dletz and Walter
Jardlne are working on the plans," said
E. V. Parrlsh of tha relief committee.
"The details have not been arranged, but
It will be a volunteer work and .the whole
city will be asked to help."
Plans as now arranged are that the
Fturm zone be districted, there districts
to be captained and the captains to super
intend the work of the clean-up squads
Volunteer workmen will be thrown Into!
every quarter whtre tne storm wrnugnt
Km hnvoc and nt the cloie of the clean up
day It U belif-cd ti.tio will be no ruu
bisu uui tu.tbVCd. i
MANY ARTICLES BLOWN
ACROSS THE MISSOURI
Thousands of articles blown from
Omaha homes by" Sunday's tornado are
being found along the territory west of
the limekiln road north of Council Bluffs.
The tornado expended Its fury in Omaha,
and by the time It had reached the Iowa
shore of the river had becomo a widely
scattered wind, bearing along all the
lighter debris that had been carried high
In the whirling cloud.
Articles of every conceivable descrip
tion have been found scattered over the
country, clinging to the trees and
bushes and rolled up on the ground.
Many nre of value. Scores of hats for
men and women have been picked up,
several of the latter with valuable os
trich plumes. One hat. was picked up
yesterday that had a $20 undamaged
plume on It. Many silk dresses and fine
garments, soiled and encased In mud,
have been fpund. A man's silk shirt, con
taining valuable gold ouff buttons and
diamond studs was found yesterday near
the limekiln road.
People living In that vicinity have been
making finds that have added materially
to their wealth. Yesterday crowds of men
and boys from Council Bluffs wero seek
ing the wind-blown household treasures
and clothing of their unfortunate neigh
bors this side of the river, but no in
stance has yet been reported where they
have sought to restore recovered goods
to their owners. It was said last evening
literally wagonloads of lace curtains and
window blinds are scattered over that
part of the country.
FORMER MAYOR OF BENSON
DIES AT A LOCAL HOSPITAL
C. A. Tracy, former mayor of Benson
and well known tobacco dealer, died at
noon at the Wise Memorial hospital from
blood poisoning, which had affected both
logs. He was 64 years old and 1 sur
vived by a wife and child.
Mr. Tracy hod been sick only three
weeks. His demise was unexpected, al
though his condition was critical. About
three weeks ago Mr. Tracy bruised his
leg on tho step of a street car while
alighting. The bruise became Infected
and blood poisoning set In. He was In the
hospital Just a week.
A Life Sentence
of suffering with throat and lung
trouble is quickly commuted by Dr.
King's New Discovery. 60c and $1.00. For
eala by Beaton Drug Co, Advertisement.
That Spring Top Coat
and Suit let us make
them to your measure
from fabrics woven for the
spring of 1913 selling!
In this way you can wear
them lit any state of the Union
and the.v'Jl look right"
Made to Order, S25 9 850.
304-303 Bouti lflth St.
Six steps South of Farnam.
Omaha Never Before Shared in a Bargain Celebration That Can Be Compared With This
in Magnitude or Genuine Value-Giving. Some of the Most Powerful Bargain
Events i Anniversary Week Take Place Wednesday.
A Fortunate Purchase Brings You These
Women's, Misses' and Juniors'
Made to Sell at T1, $8!? C
and $10 Wediesday, at
Every coat is a stunning, now spring style. Many
silk coats, also mohairs, plain and fancy wool effects,
mixturos, short red and greon Norfolk Coats, etc
Throo-quarter and full length coats in cutaway ef
fects, belted backs, self strapped, etc. Many made
with lace and embroidered collars.
Blues, Tans, Reds. Greens,
Grays, Browns, Stripes
and Checks and Blacks
This groat lot of coats is offered
tho poople of Omaha as one of the
most extraordinary bargains of
this 31st Anniversary ovent. Not
a coat was made to sell for less
than $7.50. Most of them made to
sell for $8.50 and up to $10.00.
Yard Wide Deep Black
Dres3 Taffetas at 49c Yd.
Rich lustrous, heavy black
taffetas that never sell
under $1 a yard ;
value at, yard. .
36 to 54-in. Wide Spring
French batistes, novolty
lngs, croam serges
black ureas rooiIb. etc
worth $1 and $1.50
a yard, at, tho yard
27-inch Puro Silk Black
and Colored Measalinea
Yarn dyod 37 different
shades, including all the
cream, white and
ivory, at, tho yard.!
Boys' Norfolk Short Pants
Suits at $2.95
Dressy NorfolkB or regular coat
style; all wool worsteds, twooaa
patterns all ages,
Women's Dainty White Waists A
& Shirts, Newest Spring Models
Made to Sell at $1, $1.28 and $1.50
Those waists and shirtB come in the most advanced styles of the season.
There are hundreds of stunning, now lingerie waists in elaborately trimmed
or plain tucked models, as well as Bmart, practical Blurts fashioned from pretty
silk finished cotton fabrics in a score of becoming, now spring Btyles all have
high and low necks and long or short sleeves. Wo have never offered so
many attractive waists at such a low price regular $1, $1.25 and $1.50 values.
Anniversary Specials ii LINENS
Extra heavy Double Satin Damask pure Irish linen
72 ins, wide; $1.49 quality. Limit, 4 yards; at, yd.
Napkins to matbh, worth $3.98; at, per dozen, $2.49
Mill ends 50c Mercerized Table Damask, new patterns, 25c
Full size $2 Fringed Orochet Bed Spreads, out corners, $1.39
20-inch Oluny Doilies, worth $1.50, special at .69c
Beautiful Oluny Tumbler Doilies Anniversary sale. .12Vc
45-inch, $2.50 Satin Damask Lunch Oloths, special at. .$1,25
Anniversary Sale Women's Neckwear
Dainty neckwear in all this season's most charming
styles and newest colors. Many never shown before.
New Dutch Collar & Ouff Sets, Venise lace effects, etc., 50c
Tailored Oollars every new spring style, at 25c and 50c
New Feather Boas, in white, pink and blue, at $1.50
Dainty Maline Ruffs in Nell Rose, pink, blue, white, $1.75
New Styles in Jabots, lace embroidered linen, 25c and 50c
Book Fold Percales
Fancy checks, plaids and figures In neat,
serviceable colorings, for houBe C
dresses 8 Ho a yd- value, at, yard OC
Desirable lengths of very best grade pillow
tubing, In all the various widths- OJL
18c, 20c and 23 a yd. values, yd. X sfC
A superior quality; regularly they would
sell for 124o; buy them during yi
our Anniversary sale, tho yard at 2 C
For Every Purpose
Beautiful Silk Messaline,
Taffeta, Bulgarian and Dres
den Ribbons, especially de
sirable for coat sets, dress
and millinery trim- IQ
mings; at, a yard 1VC
7-in. All Silk, Satin Ribbons
in new colors, spe- A
cial at, a yard VC
Messaline Ribbons, 6 inches
wide, in beautiful 1 0f
colors at, tho yard. . . IV C
5 and 6-inch Fancy Warp
Print Ribbons, spe- 1Q
cial at, the yard 1VC
FREE INSTRUCTION IN
Irish Lace Making, Tatting,
Orooheting, Punch Work and
All Kinds Art Embroidery.
given by Mlea Dorothy
Ansel, to those
in our new Art
Sensationally Low Prices on
Sheets and Pillow Cases
Specials in Fair Haven Pillow Cases and Sheets
These seamless, well made, bleached sheets and pil
low cases are mado from a sheeting that is better than
tho well known Peperell brand. Here are extra good
values for Wednesday only:
63x90 Sheets worth 59c,, Anniversary Sale price 45c
63x99 Sheets worth 65o, Anniversary Sale price 49c
72x90 Sheetsworth 65o, Anniversary Sale price 49o
72x99 Sheetsworth 75c, Anniversary Sale price 55c
81x90 Sheets worth 75c, Anniversary Sale price 55c
81x99 Sheets worth 80c, Anniversary Sale price 59c
90x99 Sheets worth 85c, Anniversary Sale price 65o
Size 42x36 Pillow Oases worth 16c, each 12Vo
Siae 45x36 Pillow Oases worth 18c, each 120
72x00 seamed, bleached Ready.
touso Sheets that usually sell
for 50c, on sale at.
42x86 and 45x80 Pillow Cases,
well made, usually sell for
12 c, Anniversary X.
ale price j., 2fC
These Extra Specials Will Be Poind in Basement
5 Big Bargains in
Imported Efloure Voiles
special at, the yard ,
36-Inch Silk Ratines In
new patterns, the yard. . .
Imported Fancy Voiles,
40 inches wide, at, a yard
AH Wo61 French Challles,
all new colors, the yard. ,
40-ln. Burton Bros. Soci
ety Printed Voiles, yard,
Shell Hair Barretts set with 14
brilliant white stones worth 25c
and 39c, special at, q
Rogers and Hamilton and Wm,
Rogers Butter Knives and Sugar
Shells, worth to 76c, at,, q
each ..i . . wC
$2.50 Ring Mesh Bags, 5-inch
frame, kid lined, oa i Cf
sale at JleO7
"We placed on sale fine footwear
for men, women 'and children at
prices, in many instances, less than cost of materials.
Women 's Cotton Petticoats in all the new
styles and colors, go on sale at the most
remarkable reductions of the season.