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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, APRTL 12, 1913.
I ill TO ORDER
IN YOUR SPRING
and SUMMER SUIT
GUARANTEED ALL WOOL
III W Aro Ul 0rlKInn,s Imitators Flatter Us
Duiuleo Suits la('c Good In Omahn
N.W. Cor. 15th and Harney Streets
COUNCIL BLUFFS SHOP, 400 W. BROADWAY.
Mall Orders Given Prompt Attention.
Send for Our Sample Folder and Style Plato.
Train is Stalled in
Drift Near Hoskins
- tt .
NORKOUK, Neb., April U. Northwest
ern passenger train, which left Sioux
City far Norfolk yesterday afternoon, due
here last night, has not yet arrived. It
waa stalled In a snowdrift near Hosktns
all night and had not plowed through at
9 o'clock this morning.
STERLING DRY GOODS FIRM
MAKES AN ASSIGNMENT
TECUMSEH, Neb., April ll.-(Speclal
Telegram.) The- general merchandise
firm of Hevelone Bros, at Sterling has
made voluntar yasslgnments to its cred
itors, the wholesalers. The firm Is tald
not to be altogether In bad financial con
dition, It being reported that the lntlcot-
rdness of some 14,000 or 15,(XW Is pio-
tected by a stock worth fully fx,Vji
and by a book account of eomctlilnt; llko
J2.B0O. The creditors have chosen C N.
Iloblnson of the Byrne-Hammer Dry
Goods company of Omaha as trustee and
the stock is now In his hands and is to
be closed out or at least a sufficient
amount sold to satisfy tho creditors.
Hevelone Bros, have been In business In
Sterling for eighteen months.
SOME SCHOOL LANDS
SOLD UNDER THE
(From a Staff Correspondent )
LINCOLN, April 11. (Special.) Under
certain provisions the Board of Publls
Ijinds Is allowed to- sell the public school
lands of the state and acting under that
law they have disposed ot tho following:
Cuming county, 40 acres, $280: Cuming
county. S4o acres, $1,600; Cuming county.
SO acres, $500; Cuming county. ICO acres,
$1,120; Dixon county. 80 acres. $!0; Custer
county, 160 acres, $1,120; Lancaster county
25 acres. $845; Lancaster, county, 100 acre.-.
$1,120; Nuckolls county, 640 acres, $4,40,
Harlan county. 10 acres. $200; Greeley
county, 160 acres, $1,600; Greeley county.
160 acres, $1,920.
WOMEN'S CLUBS" OF THIRD
DISTRICT- ELECT OFFICERS
WEST POINT. Neb.. April 11. (Special
Telegram.) At the convention of th'.'
Third district of Nebraska Federation of
Women's Clubs, which closed at West
Point today. Mrs. O. A. Williams of Ne
Ugh was elected president and Mrs.
George Crlstopher of Norfolk secretary.
Notes from Ilriitrloe.
William If. Meyer and Miss Elsie Pel
mund were united In marriage yesterday
afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of the
bride's mother. Mrs. W. O. Itelmimd,
four miles west of the city, Bev. J. M
James D, Farls and Miss Nettle Un
senmeyer of this city were marrlel at
Wllber yesterday. They returned to this
city last evening, where they will make
BBATJUCB, Neb., April 11. (Special. -Wiggins
brothers of Lincoln, special tudi.
'ora, yesterday began checking over the
;ecords of the district clerk. They started
with the records of 1904 and will chec
up the various county offices at tha re
quest of the coi .ty board.
Nfir Telephone Exchange.
HOLDREQE. Neb., April ll.-(Speclal.)
f E. E. Waterman of Holdrege yester
day received from the Nebraska Tele
phone company the- contract for build
ing their new exchange In this olty. Tha
building Is to be only 25x50 feet with one
floor and, a basemlmt, but It will be con-
It "Means Sanitary work.
It Means Not made by wo
men and children In filthy
It Means Hand tailored.
It Moans That we pay our
tailors living wages.
By ordering a suit from
us you get the above Incor
porated In your new spring
and summer suit.
1,000 patterns to choose
We operate our own mills
and save you the middle
Every Suit Mado to
Your No a sure
etructed of tho best materials procurable.
ft will cost about $4,000. Work will be
begun at once,
Knlrbtiry Elect Tenchers.
$AIIlBUJtYV Neb., April ll,-(Speclal )-
'The school board of Fairbury held a
meeting Thursday night and elected th
'following teachers for the city schools;
Superintendent. A. L. Cavlness; high
school faculty. Amanda B. Anderson,
Edith E. Baker, Katherlne Hole. Florence
Allem. Qolda Peterson, lone Bellamy,
Estelle Morrison, Mabel Carrlngton, Elsa
Ebemeyer, Katherlne Lambart and C. L.
Stephens; special teachers, Martha Elliott
and Lulu Shamfelt; gTade teachers, Rer.
tha iJimbart, Stella Harrlss, Espe B. Ma
Lean, Bessie C. Nelson, Dora E. Andrm,
Ethel Nagel, Edna Brown, Mae Truo,
Marie Cross, Mary V. Qulnn, Stella M.
Clarke, Kulalle Shaffer, Bessie Mctcalf,
Lulu Pasco, Ida Cawdrey, Belva NIckelm
and Florence F. Work.
Mr. Kffle Wnntft Divorce.
MADISON, Neb., April 11. (Special.)
Mrs. Ida M. Effle of Norfolk has com
menced action In the district conn of
Mudleorf county to annul the mairlage
relation between herself and her husband,
Frank J. Effle, alleging In her petition
that during the latter part of January
her husband abandoned her. She furlner
alleges that her husband Is the owner
of a one-seventh Interest In, a half sec
tion of land In Knox county, Nebraska,
which Interest Is valued at $5,000. She
prays for divorce, temporary alimony for
support and costs during the pendency
of this action and permanent alimony.
,VrH Note" of Lyons.
LYONS. Neb.. April 11. (Special.) Mrs.
Allle Bacon dlod at the Samaritan hos
pital In Sioux City. April 8, of blood
poison, leaving a son and husband and
Charles Blank, who was smothered by
gas In Arlle, Mont., will arrive In Lyons
today nccompanled by Gus Wllbon. His
father, Jacob Blank, arrived hero from
Rosalie, Neb., last night. He Joined the
heavy artillery at Rort Riley and was
discharged at Fort Crook, serving seven
years. He took up a homestead at Flat
head reservation, Montana, where he met
Note from llnrvard.
HARVARD. Neb., April IK (Special, l
John Ayton, who for twenty-seven year
lias continuously kept a meat market n
Harvard and for several years previous
thereto at various times, dating back
close to thirty-five years, haa now dis
posed of his market to George Cllne, wno
comes, from Hastings, Neb,
Stokea' Opera house was well filled last
evening, the event being the Nebraska
Wesleyan Glee club, containing some fif
teen or more musicians, who sustained
their reputation as a good munlcal com
pany before an appreciative audience.
Kearney Greenhouse Dnrui,
KEARNEY, Neb.. April 11. (Speclal.)
Flre completely destroyed the north wing
of the Greene Floral company's plant
here Wednesday night. The blaze was
caured by an overheated stove which
was burning In the bulb department. The
loss Is about $1,500 In damage to plants
and $300 to the buildings.
"Yon Hare Tried the Rest
S'orr Yon Cnn Ilellah the Beat
MKT7. OBNUINK BOCK IIEKII
cn draught and In bottles on and after
Order a case of this delicious beer sent
to your home.
Wm. J- Uoekhoff, retail dealer. Phone
Key to the Situation Bco Advertising.
MEMORIAL ARMORY ASSURED
Bill for Same in Nebraska City
TWENTY THOUSAND SET APART
Otoe County Stntesinnn Una In Ad
dition Secured Pnasnge of Bill
PermlttlnK Sunday Base
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
. LINCOLN, April ll.-(3pclaK)-Senator
Uartllng of Nebraska City will go home
from tho legislature exceedingly happy.
This morning his happiness was made
complete when house roll 726, a bill ap
propriating $20,000 for a memorial armory
at Nebraska City, after passing the house
camo over to tho senate and passed with
only three votes against It.
For years Nebraska City has tried to
Kt the legislature of Nebraska fittingly
to mark tho site of old Foit Kearney,
the first block houe or Indiana fort In
the state, in a fitting manner and this
feeslon sees the culmination of tho hopes
and ambitions of the people of Nebraska
Senator Bartllng in addition to sponsor
ing the memorial armor' Is the author
of the first Sunday base ball bill adopted
by a Nebraska legislature, notwithstand
ing efforts for the passage of such a
measure several times before.
Message from New
Republic of China
WASHINGTON, April ll.-The formal
address of the new Chinese republic to
the world was received here today by
cable and taken up by President Wilson
and the cabinet. Its text may be made
public later. The cabinet discussed the
question of recognition. No action was
taxen, but word went out that as soon
as organization of the. assembly Is fin
ished, which probably will be tomorrov,
formal recognition of Yuan Shi Kola
government will be made by the United
Members of the cabinet talked of the
address as a diplomatic utteranoe that
Dreamed the spirit of liberty of an awal:.
The fact that Brazil, Peru and Mexico
already have recognized China did not
create any Impression of regret that the
Unltted States has not actually been the
flrot to recognize the new republic. Mem
bers of the cabinet pointed' out that the
United States In appealing to the na
tions of tho world for Joint action had In
effect been the first to demonstrate tu
attitude. It will be a matter of only
a few days, too, they said, when the new
republic would be taken Into th fnmliv
of nations at Washington, Reports of
attempted sjreasinations and political
unrest are not disturbing the administra
tion, they declared".
The cabinet took under consideration
also today the questions created by tho
pending alien land law leelalntlnn In i-.a.
Ifornla, with the expressed hope that
uumorma woum not enact any law to
Imnalr treatv nhllnilnrui. Th r,i.n.n.
feeling of this country for China, whose
Citizens aUo cannot bo naturalized wan
cited as an evidence that the Wilson .id.
ministration was anxious to promote Good
feeling In the far cast and was especial);
anxious to retain the friendship of
FAIRBURY, Neb.. April 11. (Special.)
A pretty April wedding was solemnized
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Frost,
prominent Jefferson county farmers, liv
ing northwest of Fairbury. when their
daughter, Miss Bessie, was united In
marriage to Jonas Brown of Payette,
Idaho. Rev. E. B. Taft of the Grace
Baptist church In Omaha officiated. Miss
Leva Frost was maid of honor. The
bride wore a beautiful gown of cream
crepe de chine. After the ceremony a
three-course luncheon was served. The
bride Is a prominent member of tha
younger set In Fairbury and bas been em
ployed as a Jefferson county school
teacher. The groom Is the son of the
late Ed Brown, who lived south of Fair.
bury. Mr. and Mrs. Brown departed Im
mediately for Payette, Idaho, to make
their future home,
WYMORE, Neb.. Anrll 11. rSrjeclaJ.l
James E. Jenkins and Miss Ethel Con-
over were married at the country home
of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mm
George Conover. east of Wymore Thurs-
day evening at 8 o'clock. Rev. E. M.
lleed of the Wymore Methodist church
oflclated. Folowlng the ceremony a
wedding supper was served. Mr. Jenkln.
and his bride have resided I 11 thla nr m .
munlty since childhood, and are from
nigniy respected and well-to-do families.
They will reside on Mr. Jenkins farm!
seven miles south of Wymore.
FAIRBURY. Neb.. April ll.-Sneel.t i
Chester A. Pearson of St. Joseph. Mo.,
ana miss uiadys Hughes, a popular
rairmiry girl, were marring thl. ..i.
at Bethany. Neb. Rev. Dr. Pilchard of
that place officiating. Mr. and Mrs.
Pearson left for Fairbury lmmedlnt.lv
after the ceremony. The bride Is the
accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Hughes of this city. Mr. and
Mrs. Hughes will make their home on a
farm near Steele City in this city.
KEARNEY, Neb.. April H.-fBwrLl.U.
Patrick Hrldgemon. ared 74. dli t hi..
home south of Odewa on Wednesday of
old age. The dead man haa lived near
Odeesa for over thirty yean and li well
known In that section. He In aurvlv
only by hli widow.
Krnrncy Hank Prnaperona.
KEARNEY, Neb.. April 1L Brwctal.1
The banka of thU city In their recent
atatementa ahow that there )a a gain
In deposits of the city's financial Insti
tution! of over ISO.O) within the last
month. The business men and farmers
are feellncr free and eaar and a fin
spring Is looked for In this locality.
PARIS. Anrll ll.-Vmt. Pnlni-ar.
mother of the president of the French re
public, died suddenly today.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
Still has that wlntory look. Bettor stop In to
morrow and plok out one of thoBe clover now
spring shapes. Several becoming blocks for every
facoj a color to suit every taste at from
$2 to $10
Yon can waste money on shoes
as quickly as on anything
Perhaps more so, for what looks llko loathor often
proves "a horso of another color". Kor tills very
reason we're overly particular about our shoes,
above all else, sound and solid leather must enter
Into tho making of every pair; sightliness, comfort
and porfoct tit aro other characteristics of KINO
Not many years auo boys' clothing was
sort of a fourth rate articlo; roost any
thing sewed in the shape of a suit would
do; then tho price was the chief argu
ment. This store adopted a different
system, wo had all our boys' clothing
especially built, same as our men's; we
talked quality instead of cheapness of
price. The number of KINQ-PECK
dressed boys will answer whether or not
we wero successful in our new methods.
Quality Suits far Sturdy Boys
$3.00 to S10.00
Thief is Identified
as E. 0.0. Von Klein
CHICAGO, April 11. While the local po.
lice had previously satisfied themselves
that "Jack Lewis," alias "Weaver B.
Clark," alleged "marrying swindler," was
really B. C. C. Von Klein, a diamond
broker of Minneapolis, the Identification
was confirmed by W. A. Pembertbn, head
houseman of the Elks club rooms here.
Hereafter the prisoner will be known to
the police as Von Klein.
At the county jail, when Jailer Davles
ordered Von Klein brought to the office,
the latter sent" back word that he was
"Bring him down on a stretcher then,"
commanded Davles, and the order was
promptly obeyed. The prisoner had tied
a handkerohlef around his face and
struggled to keep It there, but It was torn
"8ure, that's Von Klein." said Pember
ton. "I've known him for five years; I
couldn't be mistaken. He Is a member
of the Klks' lodge No, U at Minneapolis
and I've taken care of his things at the
lodge there many times. I'd know him
It I saw only the back of his head."
The difficulty of Identifying the pris
oner awoke great Interest In his case. He
refused to Identify himself. His family
at Minneapolis insisted thst some horri
ble error had been made. His father,
Dr. Carl Von Klein, of this city, world
renowned as an Investigator of and
writer on ancient medical lore, who has
spent a fortune In that pursuit, declared
that the prisoner was not his son, but
declined to confirm his denial by visiting
Von Klein Is accused of swindling two
women out of Jewelry of an sggrcsats
OMAHA'S ONLY MODERN CLOTHING STORE
"HOME OF QUALITY CLOTHES'9
FORMERLY KING-SWANSON CO.
Here's a store that measures it's
success by the service it renders
A store whose garments mark the wearer as a
man of good judgement and discriminating taste
Mr. Reader It's the store for you, the store yon need
Every day bops additional men realizing; this
fact. Our methods, our unique modo of mer
chandising;, has placed the mon'a clothing
business of Omaha on n now standard. Wo'vo
set a paco for bettor, moro open morchondls
Iiir. We tell you facts about our store and tho
garments wo sell, that formerly were held as
Becrets. Wo have no secrctB, wo'vo every con
fldnce In the world In tho garments we soil;
we know they're right, bocauso they aro es
Quality suits that will emphasize your better buying judgement
- 12?V15 - 18 - $20 - 525 - $30 - J35 - $40
It's a wo. rdr obo
name with most
every well dressed
value of J3.000, using the name "Jack
Lewis" In one case xand "Weaver 11
Clnrk" In the other. Promises of mar
rlage figured In one case and on allrgcd
"fake" ceremony In the other. Today
the police wore asked to ascertain If he
resembled a man who swindled a Chat
tanooga woman out of her diamonds by a
promise of marriage.
Tho C'ftattiuioogu swindler was de
scribed as having several gold teeth.
Jalter Davles tried to get a look at Von
Klein's teeth, but the prisoner kept his
mouth closed firmly. In other respects
he Is said by the police to answer the
description sent from Chattanooga.
Moves Into Canal
WASHINGTON, April ll.-A giant
shoulder of rock that for the last few
years had prevented a mountain of earth
from slipping into Culabra cut on the
Panama canal at last has given way,
and, according to official reports re
calved today, the slide has moved into
the canal a distance of eighty fret and Is
A battery of steam shovels Is now
tearing away at the earth and rock.
At the end of March thirty-two of
these engines were working In the canal
proper at this point, and besides this
many shovels were engaged In terracing
the banks and miscellaneous operations.
As a result the obstacle has been so
far overcome that excavation has
reached grade In all but 8,000 feet of the
ten miles of the out. II y October 1,
5,000,000 yards of material will have been
taken out by the steam shovels, when
the water will be turned on and the
shovel will retreat beforn the dredges,
leaving them between 3,000,000 and 3.000.00)
cubic yards of material to remove l i
to January SI last, the United Btates gov
They are made for us according to our own
specifications, and aro required to undergo
tho most sovero and exaotlng ' examinations
known to modem merchandising before be
coming a part of our quality stock. Further
more, when you come hero for a suit, you aro
not urgod to buy when shown flvo or six
suits, but our congenial salesmen show you
thirty, forty or fifty If you llko, In tho slxo
you wear and at the price you want to pay,
and then urging Is not forocomlng.
Blue Bcrgo suits aro possibly
tho most staple and most do
nianded suits on tho market
naturally every store sort of
spoclallxos on them. In ac
cordance with this store's us
ual progresslvoness, w'vo so
cured complete control in this
section of tho country of the
celebrated "Truo Blue" serge.
Have it designed and tailored
according to our own specifi
cations, by so doing, wo are
enabled to glvo an uncondi
tional guarantoo as to tho fast
ness of color of Truo Blue ser
ges. They aro positively tho
best bluo sorgo suits to bo
bought anywhere, at any price.
ernment had expendad on the canal )2SI,
701,630.55. Mothers' Pension
Bill is Passed by
COMTMRUS, O., April 11 -The Green
lund bill providing for pensions for motn
era, un administration bill, was parsed In
the house today and now goes to Govei
nor Cox, whoso approval Is assured. The
bill makes provision for an annual tax
levy for one-tenth of a mill, which Is ex
pected to create a fund each year of not
less than $700,000 for the mothers' pin
Destitute widows, women whose hus
bands are disabled, have deserted them
or are serving prison sentences, are to
be cared for under the povlalons of tha
Juvenile courts are to bn authorized to
pay such women 115 a month for a rhlld
under 14 years of age and XI a month fur
each additional child under that age
The hill makes drastlo changes In the
Juvenile code. Under the latter
amended boys under 14 are prohibited
from selling newspapers or chewing gum
on the streets.
U5NDON. April IK Militant suffra
gettes early thla morning set fire to the
grandstand of the Great Cricket ground
at Tunbrldgc, Wales, They left behind
them a photogruph of Mrs. Pankhurst.
An alleged suffiagettn attempt to de
stroy by fire the dirigible balloon sheds
and aeroplane parka of tho army flying
corps was reported today from Farn
borough. The fire was extinguished be
fore any damage had been done.
It is understood that a momber of th
House of Commons who Is friendly to
woman suffrauo will ask Reginald Mc
Konna, home secretary, next week
whether he is contemplating deportation
of Miss Emerson and other foreign mili
tant suffragettes guilty of breaking
English laws aa undesirable citizens.
Under tho law, Mr. MoKenna could
do this, hence the report has caused
consternation among the American
women here who have Jail records, as
well as among those whose affiliation
with the militant suffargettes" organ
ization might lead to their being sen
tenced to prison terms.
Needs the purifying effects of
Sarsaparilla NOW. del It today.
USE ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE,
Till tntUrptlo powd.r to be tukia Into th shota.
It iu wast re.t and comfort (or tired rlu
ollen. wcMIdx faet. um Allan'! Pooi-Eat It t.
I llataa csrni and bunions o( all pain and prtyaata
j bllittra, aora and calloua ipota. Juat tha thlm (or
Oauclug Partita, l'utant Ialhar Bhoai. and (or
; Brcaklns In Kar Slisaa. II ! the trtataat comfort
' dlacorary uf lha at Try It today Bold tvarjbr,
1 :t eta. Don't accapt any aubatltuta For rilCB trial
I cacka.it. addraaa Alias E. OlmtW. La Hoy, N. Y.
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