Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 12, 1913, Daily Sport Extra, Page 2, Image 2
HIE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 15?. Medium Sized Hats Are Now in Demand This is as we predicted in our Easter an nouncement. Then everyone else was advocat ing extremely small hats, but we were convinced that it was a fad of short duration, and that well dressed women would very early in the season demand more becoming shapes. So we advised our customers accordingly, and you have no idea of the number who now compliment us upon our good judgment. For Saturday Over three hundred beautiful Hats are displayed, priced from $5.75 to $12.50 Stylish SorosiS Creations Viewed From Every Angle SOROSIS SHOES are decidedly out of the ordinary. Their class and character, newness and originality of styles are the very latest fashion in footwear. The most fastidious woman is bound to admire the shapely models we are showing for Spring and Summer wear. Every worth-while style is represented. It makes no difference what your taste may be, conservative or ultra fashion able. Sorosis shoes have a model that is sure to appeal to you. Individuality Tailored Into Every Suit $19.50, $25, $30 These suits are hand tail ored from choice fab rics in styles that have been personally se lected by our buyer when in New York last week. Exclusive Fashions, $19.50, $25.00, $30.00. No Extra Charge for Alteration Our coat, dress and waist sections are always very popular more so than ever this season. New models are received daily. Always marked at reasonable prices to insure quick selling. DRESSES, $7.50, $8.75, $15. COATS, $10.50, $16.50, $23. WAISTS, $1.25, $1.75, $2.25. The store for Shirt Waists Women's Washable Gloves Each day our snlos of washable leather gloves increase. .They are practical gloves for street wear. You soou have, the price of them in the cost of cleaning alone. Ask to see them and we will tell you more of their good qualities. Long lengths are $2.50 and $3.00 a pair. Short lengths are $1.19 and $1.50 a pair. We carry the celebrated "Elite Fitwell" make. Children's Wear for Spring Has Not Been Neglected In this interesting section of the store are many dainty garments for the little folks. You will enjoy seeing them. Children's Weiir Third Floor. Dresses A complete assortment of beautiful dresses, dainty styles for spring and summer wear. White and col ors, sizes one to ten years. Spring Goats, Hats and Oaps for children six months to six years of age. Three Desirable Toilet Goods Specials Saturday Combination package, con sisting of one jar of: cold cream, one box of face pow der, and one box rouge, spe cial for Saturday, 20c. Nail enamel, in stick form, regular 25o, 10c. Powder Puffs, special, 5o. Really Good Hosiery Costing But Little Cotton hose, all black or with Maco split soles, 15o a pair. Special, Silk Lisle Hose, 25c quality, 18c a pair. Silk Boot Hose, lisle tops and soles, silk boot, 50c a pr. HOWARD AND SIXTEENTH STREETS We Are Exclusive Agents in Omaha for the Celebrated 10c--McCall Patterns'" 15c culate Ms reporta In pamphlet form. Dollen was defeated. Sugarman's amendment providing for a recall was changed by the house so that members df the board may be recalled under the state law. This amendment amounts to nothing, because the recall bill by Norton Js not yet a law and Is tied up In the senate and may not be come a law. Combination In Control. The stock-yards-water-board lobby had the bill sewed up tight, and with the exception of the open meetings and the publication amendments, none of the num erous ones offered had a chance of be ing carried. The fight for tho combined lobby was led by Mike Lee and Norton, aided by Mockett and Reynolds with a word now and then by Dollen. The amendments proposed by those who had tne Interest of tho taxpayers at heart wero offered by Sugarman and, talks made for them by Simon. Foster. JilcKlsslck. Anderson. Hubbard, jUpsteJtlcTvnnd Hoff. ,J Hoff de(lvtf e,Q. an extendedSpeech' Jri, the Interests. .pjrhe people pt tfjoi'ence. He proposed on .amendment .that Vlor--once be "annexed to pmah,a and that the new town" be called drealer Flor ence." He said Omaha was going to gob ble up Florence anyh6w, nnd had already taken their water plant and their streets and might Just as we'll. tak.0 The whole town. He said his' pic-ple ha to help pay for Omahaa "'white ejephant," and he wanted to be Jn the cVtys , The "amend ment was opposed by l.V. -who said It would make tho bill M'nconstltuttonal, and so It was killed: . Lancaster" 'Men 1 Against Omaha. Mockett and Otil'ehirdsoh of Lancaster were very actfvo ln their support of the bill, and the former made frequont mo tions to have' It engrossed for third read Ing without considering all the amend ments. A motion was finally carried that every emendment be sent to the deik, those not forthcoming Immediately should not be considered. The amendments were then read and hastily dispatched, and some of them with very IttUe discussion. linker of Thomas and Speaker Kelley opposed the bill and voted for many of the amendments. The speaker said: ennnot understand why any democrat would oppose the, proposition to permit .the people to vote whether they deslro to create this water district. It ts a dem ocrats principle to let the people rule, and I believe those who favored this proposition will hear from their constit uents In no uncertain terms." Should the bill pass In the house on third rending, as It likely will, It will then he returned to the senato for con currence In the house amendments. The Water board lobby Is now busy trying to lino up tho senato to , stand for the elimination of the stock yards. Iloll Call of " Members. , . The roll call on the motion to "reco'm .jnend the bill for passage results as fot lpwsi Yeas Allen. Anderson Of Boyd, AVer. Banks, Kartells, Hollen. Brott, Busch. Chappell. Uronln, Davis, Druesodow, Klmelund. Kltwood. Erlckson. Palsteod, Klsher. Koulon.. Fox. Fries, Fuller, Funk, Orecnwalt, Grucber, Uustafson. Hag- - - - ' II . 1 1 a 11 II I AM JlKXUin, MIUTWCll, IIMlHi IIUUMI, ulster. Jackson, Jeary, lveckley, Knudson. Korff. Lee. Losey. Mallory. Maurcr, Morns, .Murpny, fticAinsier, w senate: R. XI. J43, by Clustln Deficiency appro priation for Mate School for Deaf at Omaha, $4,200. 11. It. 24J, by Ilraln Fixe tho salnrles of the state prison board at $1,000 per year. H. It. 1M, by Schaupp Appropriating 16,000 for a mnltary swer at Beatrice In stitute for feeble minded. H. 11. 845, by Game and Fish Committee Appropriates $3,000 for additions and betterments at tate fish hatcheries. H. n. 36:, by Douglas County Delega-tlonc-Double shift for South Omaha flre- "hI'h. 72, by Busch Appropriates $20,000 for memorial armory at Nebraska City. H. n. J08, by Snyder and Hubbard Ap propriates 150.000 for a tubercular hospital, at the Hastings anylum. ,fl. F. 425. by Hoaglsnd of Lincoln-Creating water power districts of various counties over the state. HOUSK CMSARS nucoiin earthy of Cuming. McCarthy of Oreeley, Nichols, Norton. Orr, Palmer. . llerson, Potts, lleagan, Rclsche. Reynolds, men nritunn. Uudiilll. SchfUlDD. Schunth. Bcott. nearie, cjnueiar, uirami, oiouutm, n on. Van Deusen, Weston, Wood-67. Nays Anaereon or .uougias, Airacreu.v of Kearney, Baker. Brain, Uuckner, Burkett, Corbin, managnn, rosier, utiles, Harris, HostetUer, Hubbard. Jones. Mc Klsstck, O'Malley, Pllger, Qulggle, Simon. Smith. Bugannan, Yates, Mr. Speaker 23. Absent ion. Druesedow, Davis and Lee only of the, Douglas delegation favored the bill. Sev eral who opposed the bill voted In tho affirmative because of Blmon's motion to put the. stock yards back In the bill. You'll get the best style, the besj quality of materials and a good fit in Brooks' Suits We have taqm priced. as low as $152 and as high as $35. Every garment the best value at the price. OQgMfESXKCNrIANDMtfty, Declares It Mennt to Cast Tia Re Mratlona on Board. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Neb., April lL-(8peclal.)-The house adopted a report this morning of. a, sp.ecfalCQmmltteo U;the (ffct that It mesnt tovcast no reflections, on mem bers of tho... State Board. 9f irrigation When It recently adopted rt Teport criti cising, the board for Its action, In regard to tho, water power, sites Of tho staie. This clears the record of any reflection Grant Martin, the attorney general, who recently expressed" Ills opinion of the action of ,tho "violent ward." PROTECT HOMESTEAD RIGHT Iowa Supreme Court. Rulei on Ante- Nuptial Contracts. JOB WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION Bill to This I'.ikI roc Throngh I linrrkryr Mln Tnsnrnncir- De partment Separate from Auditor Created. (From a Staff Correspondent.) DKS MOINES, la,, April 11. (Special Telegram.) Chief Justice Ladd of the su premo court, held In an opinion by the high court today, that an ante-nuptial contract providing for the salo of the homestead without the consent of both husband nnd wife is contrary to public policy. The point ruled came up In the case of tho cstato of William I Adams, deceased, of Chickasaw county. Tne senate this dfternqgrjiipiused the BENATK PASSES POWER BILL, SeTrral Appropriation Measures Also Receive Approval. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN. April 1I.f-(Speclal.)-Senato file 425, a bill Introduced by Hoagland of Lincoln, providing for the organisation of water power districts was passed In the senate today by a vote of 20 to li Grotsmnn, Krumbach, Ollls, Smith. Tal- cott. West and Wols voting no. Sonata file 423 provides for the publlu control and conservation of the water powers of the elate to the Interests of tho people of the state. Any number of electors, not less than 100, may file a. petition with the State Board of Irriga tion to pass upon the feasibility and en gineering problem of any power site for the proposed district. It the state engi neer reports favorably on the proposition then a petition Is tiled calling for an eleo- tlon nnd organisation of the district. A board of directors manages the district, but the control of the district is In the hands of the voters of the district. The district will oontaln all of the territory deemed feasible to be served. If after the district Is formed It Is found that there Is power enough to furnish outside the district the district may be enlarged to take In that territory. The water power district may tile upon any power site In the state not already appropriated under the law existing and that their rights shall date from the filing. The committee appotnted by the senate to confer with a like committee from the house on the code Insurance bill consists of Cordeal, Heasty and Ollls, Several appropriation bills were or dered for third reading, Including house roll 574 which called for an appropriation for the relief of Mrs. Roy Blount whose husbsnd was killed In the battle during the capture of the escaped convicts last winter. The bill was cut to C600 for Mrs. Blount and a like some for the Infant child. The first proposition called for the original amount to be expended for a farm which she should have the use of. but which should remain the property of 'the state. It ts understood that Mrs. Blount preferred the 15.000 In cash to the use of the farm, and the claim was so recommended. Among other appropriation bills passed were house roll 1H, for J108.0M for build lug at state fair grounds; bouse roll 4&9, for 145.000 for building at othorpcdlo hos pltal. Lincoln; house roll 404, for 175.000 for equipment and building at Lincoln asylum, and S33.000 for twine factory the penitentiary. The following bills were passed by the Wilson and Bryan Will Speak Before D, A.E. Gathering WASHINGTON, April 11. President Wilson, Becretory Bryan and Ambassador Jusserand will be among the speakers at the opening of the' convention of the Daughters, of the American Revolution Monday to welcome moro than 1,000 delo who are expected to attend tho wee's sisslons. Up to tonight there were MO registra tions with the coiftmlttee on credentials. The total voting strength of the organ isation this year ts placed at 2,110. This Includes 1,292 chapter regents, 740 chap trr delegates, 4S state regents, 30 vice presidents general and 10 general officers of the organisation. bill to,cr.eat6 a. wrknl'eiwmpouatlon iaw'by a votc'f 5 to IV hebllj.jhad been under tUscussJpn k wbt' a'nu was amended in a score of wayeV leaving but little of Its original form. ' , Tho senato also passqd a, Ijlll to create' a state Insurance department and to take the Insurance business out of the hands of the state auditor, fixing tho In surance commissioner's salary at $3,000 a year. , The senate alfo passed a bill which has already passed the house to add one more supreme Judge, making reven In all. The house voted defeat for the highway bill, which undertook to provide a special tax levy for making permanent roads. Wilson Asked to Give Dr, D, L, Jaoobson a Diplomatic Post WASHINGTON. April ll.-Presldent Wilson took under consideration today for a dlplomatla place Dr. D. L. Jacob son of Colorado, presented by Senator Thomas. Some nominations may be sent to the senate tomorrow or Monday. Rep resentative Levy urged the president to favor postponing the dato for tho begin ning of collections under the income tax until a year after the tariff bill went Into effect. The president got through hjs list of callers In quick tlma and went Into con ference with his cabinet. Swift Block in Pueblo is Burned PUEBLO, Colo., April ll.-FIre early today destroyed the.Snlft block, onn of the largest buildings In Pueblo. Five persons living In tho upper stories were Injured and many had narrow escapes. The loss exceeds $30,000. THREATEN GENERAL STRIKE Buffalo Faces Poisible Tieup of All Its Industries. FEW CARS RUN UNDER GUARD Traction Company Offers to.uein- tate All Employes, bnt He fuses to Becoanlse the Union. BUFFALO, N. T., April 1L With street cars running under military guard over only ten miles of the International Rail way's 00 miles of track and a general strike of all union labor In the city threatened, strong Influences were brought to bear toay upon the corpora tion and Its striking carmen to reach an arbitration agreement. Mayor Fuhrmann sought to reopen the negotiations deadlocked last night and the state board of mediation began an investigation of the whole strike situa tion. The railway company today posted page advertisements in all the newspapers giving the terms upon which It agrees to settle the strike. These are briefly tho re-employment, unconditionally, of every man In the service of, the company on the day before the strike was declared, "whether he belongs to a union or not"t discussion .of complaints and grievances or troubles of character with a com mittee of its employes" after the restora tion orits service, and arbitration of dif ferences upon which this committee and the company fall to agree. The district attorney announced today that In response to complaints of citizens he would present to the grand Jury evi dence as to whether the company has violated the law requiring It to use only trained motormen. WELFARE BILL TIED DOWN (Continued from Page One.) can be held in the senate committee until II. H. 350 .passes the opposition to the public welfare bill can claim that the subject matter has been provided for ' and the public welfare bill can be killed for some apparent reason other than Jt is opposed by the Board of Agriculture. The publlo welfare bill Is being held In the committee where It was killed under the pretense of reconsideration. Though the finance commltte has held two meet ings since the bill was killed, no further action has been taken. Members of the finance committee refuse to discuss the action o fthe committee, but Btate that the publlo welfare bill will probably come out al right In the end. The pubic wefare bl haa the backing ot the Nebraska Press association and the State Association of Commercial Club?, with more than 20 organizations In the state. The Store of the Town Saints Hear Talk By Indian Chief LAMONI, la., Ajiril ll.-(Ppeclal Tcle cram,) A meeting of unusual Interest was held this morning when die Saints' church was crowded to hear tnlks by the Lamonite brethren. The meeting was presided over by three men whoso missionary labors have been among the Indians for several years Hubert Caso of Kingfisher. Okl.; Alvah The election of officers, especially for i Christensen of Independence, Mo., and the highest office In the gift ot the or ganisation, the president generalship. Is being looked, forward to by arriving del egations with keen Interest. Fryingpan Shoals Lightship is Adrif t j... , WASHINGTON, April ll.-The Frying Pan shoals lightship ts adrift and send ing 8. O. 8. The revenue cutter, Semin ole, and the lighthouse tender, Cypress, are rushing to Its aid. The lightship has fourteen officers and men. The last calls received were very Indistinct. POPE IS ABLE TO SIT UP (Continued from Page One.) when he sits up and when he coughs, These and other symptoms are attributed by the physicians to renal neuralgia arising from Influenza, and remedies have been applied to Insure, freer action of the Internal organs. Prof. Marchlafava Is apparently not quite satisfied with the progress ot the recovery ot strength. He Is indexible In his decision not to allow his patient to undergo any exertion. The pope today expressed a desire to read the newspapers, saying that after what was Invented when ha was ill the first time, he ts curious to see what they have been capable of doing after his re covery. Prof. Marchlafava, however, re fused to permit him to read, whereupon the pontiff exclaimed: "That shows they must have killed and buried me." This evening's edition of the Osserva- tore Romano, the official Vatican news paper, says: "In confirmation of the happy news ot yesterday In regard to the health of the holy father, we are able to give rsur ances that conditions continue entirely satisfactory." .Oalr One "BKD5IU QUININE," That Is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for th signature ot E. W. QBOVE Cures a Cold In One Day. Cures Grip in Two Days. 26c Aftvertlsemtnt, James B. Yates of Ripley, Okl Main Interest centered in the address ot Chief Three Fingers, interpreted by Philip Cook. Both these men aro full blooded Indians of the Cheyenne tribe and the former Is the chief of the settle ment of 6,000 of that blood near El Reno, Okl. ree Fingers ub in the full his order and standing among his own people, while Mr, Cook was In civilian's dress. With these men wero two squaws, ono the granddaughter of tho chief,' tho other tho wife ot Mr, Cook. All these Indians are baptized members of the Reorganized Church of Latter Day Salnta and declare that among their tribe there la a greAt awakening spirit ually and that they' arc ready to be baptized In great numbers. j At today's butlness meeting an attempt was made to change the system of repre sentation, debate upon which occupied most of the afternoon without coming to a vote. Tonight was college night. A llvoly program was given In the interests' of Graccland college, the main address being given by Sam F. Burgess, a young lawyer of St. Louis. GERMAN IMMIGRANT HAS LARGE SUM OF MONEY PHILAPKlWilO Pa- April H.Immj gratlon officials here were utartled v. terday WlienRUdolph Gcrtzen, a German farmer,' In reply to the question as to whether or not he had 25, which Is .riccessary before Immigrants can land, carelessly pulled out of hl pocket J14, CO0. The German had little difficulty In passing Inspection with his wlfo and eight small children. Brand New Stock KILLER'S Big, now stock of fino Luncheon Specialties, Wines and Liquors have all arrived and our store having been repaired and remod eled we ask your Inspection and approval. SATURDAY SPECIALG Luncheon Specialties All regular 26c and 36c Sar dines, Olives, Mackerel, Her ring, Pickles, Preserves, on Saturday Family Liquor lipt. $1.26 bottles Old McBjrayer, .at 89d $1.26 bottles Old Gucken- helmer 95 60c bottles Fine California Port Wine 29d sr KILLER'S " 1309 Farnam St. ft You're just as ymung as you feel" i Somehow lifeless clothes nfe all right for the "old fellow." Btit who wants to be an "old fellow" or a "dead'one?" Therefore we've a selec tion of choice garments that possess the style and charac ter that makes you a "live one" without being giddy. Just side-step the clothing of doubtful merit and birth and get our kind of reliable and suitable fash ions that are tailored for young men and men who want to. look young. - $15 $18 $20 and as high as you want to go. Then with our new Spring Hats and Haber dashery we're ready to put on the embellishments and make a new man of you. Browning, King & Co. Geo. 7". Wilton, Mgr. Woman Abandons Her Hunger Strike ST. J08EPH. Mo.. April 11-Clyda1 Boseley of Des Moines, la., a prisoner In the city workhouse here, who haa been On a hunger strike for four days, relieved the situation last night by de vouring a half doien sandwiches, She called for food after the prison dootor had begun to mako preparations for fois elbly feeding her. She had become weakened by tho fast and the authori ties were alarmed. Today she Is pes-. taking of the prison fare regularly and with relish. Too Hurt Tried the neat Nw Too Can neltah tb Dftst 5IKTJT. OENUINB DOCK UKRR on draught and In bottles en and after Aprlt 11th. Be sure and have a cass of this dell clous brew sent to your home. Phone W. J. Boekoff retail dealar. Doiiciss lit. WALK-OVER! The Shoe for You! 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