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IHE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY", OCTOBER 4, 1013.
PLEDGED TO MODERN GtfflEK
Jmounoement of Be rait of Cam
palgn at State University.
PHI KAPPA P8I IS D? THE LEAD
More Invitations Are Exec4 Than
tn Aar rwvlons Yesvr-Nln
Yonngr Men from. Ornaksi
on the I4at
LINCOLN, Neb,, Oct. 8.-(8pecla4 Tete-ygrftm.)-Nlne
Omaha, boys wer an-
.nounced pledged to Greek Itttar aoaauea
I here ttxlav. Pledatnr was aeiayca d-
:ause ot the fallur ot the fraternities J ns destroyed the Unsay Hay Tool com
o itnu uais mo uwiunu . ; panjr uuiiuinc ana conienia. uoto on
fraternity council. Followlns 1 the list i building; 11,600. on stock U,XK Insurance
of Omaha pledges: (2,000. The west half of the building wu
Beta Theta Phi Morris Loom Is. J occupied by Porters stone works and
Kappa Sigma Lewis Waldman, Council broom factory and through quick work
Bluffs. 'of the fire department the fire was
Phi Delta Theta Lysis Rut hton. Rob- ' stopped almost In the center of ths
trt Carlson and Carr IUngws.lt. bulldlnr.
Blgma Chl-Kenneth CraJg
he was unaware that she hid bn dl
vorced In May by Charles Cole ot
At tha mmtftri naaHna rtt ftia AtrMrtnrm
fit tha fVinmiiwIil 1 1 1 S Thnrwla n -
log. Patrick Meehan resigned as sacra
tary to take a position with the Mllburn
& Scott company. Ills successor will be
namaA nn nrtnhitii 1 ft
Dan CunM hm hMn vai-r humr In Claim
county during the last nine months, the
records ot Judge Waldsn showing that 215
marriage licenses had betn Issued during
mat time, this is an increase or k per
Factory named at York.
YORK. Neb. Oct. 9. 8rclal Tele
gram.) Fire at an early hour this morn
Phil Kappa Pelt Edgar Klddoo, South
Sigma Phi Bpsllon-Leo Lowery and
Willis Miller, South Omaha.
Phi Gamma DeltaWohn DrexeU
Xfnra mn wen extended invitations
that In recent years. Phi Kappa Pel led '
the Hat in number of lnvltatlom extended
and accepted with ten pledges. Follow
ing Is the completed list of pledges:
Phi Oamma Delta-Albert Bryson, Full
erton: John Drexel, Omaha! Lyte pson,
Marshalltown, la,; Ronald Hay, Lincoln,
Henry Knutsen, Kearney: George Nu
swanger, Colorado: Bryan O'Brien, Kear-
" Acacia- Joseph Al Klwell. Sprlngtleld:
Cleo Bates. Vordlgree: John Jo
Broken Bow: Prof. Taylor, superin
tendent of the Temple hlgn wnooU
Alpha Tau Omega-Wlillam Maxwell
Beatrice; Clyds Dempster. Boatrloe; Rus
sell Allen. Lincoln: John Mlllsr. Holm;
vllle: Claude Daly, Dellwood; Bernard
Townsena. Harvard; Arthur Bwaru. But-
t0Beta Theta Pi-Arthur WUer Njllgh:
Guy Chamberlain. BluaHngs; Morris
Loomis. Omaha: John Stoddard, Lincoln,
John Knlttel, Sioux City. la. n d
nVits. Tau Delta Glenn Ross, Davia
City Norman Stevens, Beatrice; Donald
Stevens Beatrice; Charles Helser. Valen
tine' Ernest Young. Scott's Bluff; John
CaV6rolumFrUoV: Virgil Haggart. fit.
vui- Max Baehr, St. Paul.
PDeVtaMUp.llSn-L. B. Howw. Ernest
Hoppe. Stewart Clair. Lincoln. Gug c.
Chambers. Sidney: 'Albert Glejnlee.
Sldn?y; i-orreit Miller. Sabatha. Kan..
LVroy J- "ney. Wagner. S. D.J M. M.
.Ray Bloats. Fremont;
Lewis waldman. Council Blutis; oy
Sawders. Red Cloud; Fuller Barclay,
1 Ph!rDelta Theta-Lyell Rushton, Robert
Cirleon. Carl Rlngwalt. Omaha; Warren
Woodward, Ry Doyle. Lincoln; Frank
R?.X18' L,B-Ct: w.mM p. Coray.
D I Kill ti. WW "jwiiw" ..-. - - - .
Green Bay. Wis.: John Rasmusaen, Osh
kh?Vls. Martin Nolan. Alliance; Hax:
old Millar, York; Alfred Lwls. Wayne;
lieo D. Keane, WUner; Lei and Evans. Co-
lUWffma CW-Donald Chaptn. Lincoln;
Chase, btanton; Marion ' '""S.
mouth; Guy Parrlsh, Norfolk; Kenneth
r I -. V.
Slga Mu Paul Eger, Lexington: Hugh
coin: RoBwoll Weeks, PawneV, Hugh
Yokum, Talmage; Harold Neville, Un
Pld Kanpa Pal Ralph Lahr, Vance
Traphagen, Phil Watklns, Ernest ,auen
set, Lincoln: Spray Garner, Valentine;
Milton Saltier. Nebraska City: rove
Porter, .Nebraska City;' Edgar .Ktddoo,
Sigma Phi Bpstlon Francis VurnW.
Rushville: Irwin Mullln, PoncaS Martin
Beard. Phllllpa: Leo Lowery. South
Omaha : Willis Miller.1 South " Omaha;
Doane Pickering, Lincoln.
Gives Opening Talk
UNIVERSITY FLACB. Keb., -Oct
(Special.) Yesterday morning at e
k...v. wmImiui a.t tho chanel hour,
delivered his annual
address, his subject being. "Ths Problem
of Waste." The chancellor called atten
tion n hM nAAdieas loss ot Ufa ano.
careless and inefficient
methods In the Industrial world, also to
the loss due to impaircu nwm vs.
In food, drink and
Ircai. He omphaslrcd the necessity of
tiiiit.iiia havlnsr always In reservo sut-
tlciant strength to enable them to meet
the emergencies of Ufa and to tm ena
ariviaMi tha economy of time and money.
The address was largely attended by
. . - i
CltUens as wen as omuom
lit tho evening Chancellor and Mrs.
Fulmar attended a re ceptlon to the
faculty and students In the eduoatlonal
rooms of Uie C. C. Whlto bunding.
MISSING IDA GROVE
PAINTER FOUND IN ASYLUM
IDA GROVE, la., Oct. S.-(8peclal.-
Ed Vols, the Arthur painter who disap
peared on September E, has been lo
cated tn an Illinois Insane asylum.
Whn hltt wtf wont In Phlpaffn In unwri
of her husband the authorities told her
thay found him wandering about the
streets there on September I In a half
nalced condition with no money and- no
ticket. He told them bis name, but could
not tell where he was from. Mrs. vols
was taken to the asylum and he recoa
ntzrt hr. Thn Axnurta lav hi hail nnfl.
enlng of the brain and upon their advlae
no wan leic mora, iney say no can live
but a short time. Mr. Vols wu bitten
hv a mmA Anu vnir osrn mil wnrH.il
himself sick with the fear he would de
MRS. BURGESS CONFESSES
GIVING POISON TO BABY
MASON CITT. Io. Oft. . Rni.rt.1
Telegram.) After a long conference with
police lasting moat of the forenoon, Mrs
A. B. Burgess, who said she was the
victim ot a poison Plot by a masked
man lout nlsht. broke down at noon to
day and confessed she administered the
poison to her baby herself to get
rid of It.
JUNE BRIDES OF YESTERYEAR
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Omaha's Greatest Clothing House
GRAND AUTUMN DISPLAY
Suits, Overcoats and Raincoats
At $10, $15, S20, $25 and up to $40.00
F there's any ono thing which has sorvod raoro than aaxy other to establish this
store's greatness, it is tho "Highost Quality," which characterizes Berg's mer-
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obviu a luaiUKDa) x id wiu axxiiuiii y;uuuvjr, tviiiuu uuwiwwviuvo juiui o uiw
chandiso and especially our famous Kuppenheimer, Sohloas Bros., Stein Bloch,
CI m 1. n mm h n 3 0Anlnii Di.nMf1 .tlsitl.... TTT. 1 aah.Ibm amva41 1 Am rltt Alii
OUJliUUlUl U UUU WUVJ.Otjr JJlllU W1UUUVO, fVV IUU Ul VXJliO KMll WUlimviMUU vriuii UlU-
selves to improve the standard, if possioio, o: tpo oiotnos we sou. uur success is
based upon a foundation of morit, and our future is dedicated to constant endeavor to
maintain tho high position this storo occupies in the public's confidence. It's time now to
select your fall outfitt and naturally every man wants to go where he can get the utmost
value for his money (you aro always wolcome at Berg's.)
New fall Suits, $15 and $20; Men's fine hand-tailored Suits in all tho new models;
choose from browns, grays, plain and fanoy effeots, also plain blaok and blue serges;
largest assortment in Omaha to select from.
Fall Overcoats, $7.60 to $6Q. In
every concolrablo weave and mod
ols, ulngle and double breasted,
plain ahawi and convertible col
lar; plain or belted; lengths from
42 to 62 inchos. Largest and most
completo stock ever shown lu
Fancy Quilted, plush lined, with
Astrachan and fur collars
at 815 to 830
Fur Llnod Overcoats
at 822 to 8150
At 115, wo offer 63 distinct
styles in Ovorconta. Wo know you
will be suited hero. Our saloamon
aro courteous and will be plousod
to show you through our Immense
CLOTHES HOME FOR
More suits and overcoats are dis
played hero than you will see else
where in the city. You positively
eavo from 11.00 to $8,60 on any
suit or overcoat you purchase,
hero. Russian and Sailor Blouse
Bulls for the little folloowa, Nor
folk, single and double-breasted
suits, many with two pairs ot
trousers, at 82.50 to 812.50
Vaeear and Superior Union Suits,
made for stouts, regulars, and
slims; wool, mercerised and cot
ton 8J.00 to 15.00
Outjng Flannel Pajamas, in neat
striped and figure, 81 to 3.50
Modllcott and Wlnsted Shirts and
Drawers, in light, medium and
heavy weight, 81.00 to 83.00
E. ft W., Manhattan, Savoy and
Star Shirts, all sleeve lengths and
BUestfrom 14 to 20, 81 to 83.50
Outing Flannel Gowns, in neat
patterns and mado plenty long,
at 50 to 81.50
THE STETSON HAT
No bettor hats made In the world
than Stetson's. Wo have the larg
est assortment shown in the west.
All styles and colors
at 83.50 to 812.00
Mallery'a Oravenetted Soft and
stiff llau at 83.00
Sere's "Special" Soft and Stiff
Hats at .82.00
VUit Onr New
,' Suit mnJ
Now that June rose embowered la sing
ing Its nuptial song, an old and dlitress
Inp Question, coaslbty never to be an
swered, recurs, what heoomes of all the
Where do the flame clad of today and
thnae who strode throush the enchant-
mtnU of sweet, unnumbered yesterdays
goT Whltner vanisnes me ureal muaioiw
t. it ever the hills and far away to tho
rarlshlng rnualo the piper playsT Nestled
somewhere tn the land of Navar-Can-ue
Is there some quaint Hamelln town where
, aniHt of dead Junes and those yet. to
die stands silent sentinel wattlns for their
return T No man can say.
looking- about on a world full of com-mon-plaoe
married folk In an atmosphere
of greasy domesticity, the question be
comes doubly mrauryins. There were
girls of rose and' amber, girls like vio
lets, sweet and fluttery; girls like hooded
popples, slender and proud; small, pale
girls, girls In dimities, girls with elbow
sleeves, girls In poke bonnets girls, girls,
girls, girls-sweeping girls, petulant gtrls.
cold girls. And there were boys, attuetio
boys, ambitious boys, poor boys, rich
boys, domineering boys, Willie boys, all
In the heart ot Junetlme. And they vowed
and they swore, and they sighed and
they cried. The days were of gold and
the nights pendulant and silvery. Al
ways hand In hand, they were walking
amid secret gardens blown with rose dust
and llns-erln by fountains whose mur-
murinn none but they could hear. For
them and none other were hung the star
tudded twilights and for them alone the
myatlo dawn, the lasy beds of daffodil in
'a sunset sky.
They trod the earth with feet sbofl In
flame and shamed heaven with their
ecstasies. Gone, all gone. Yesterday one
there was who, saw Kate bargaining ior
10 cents worth of lettuce at the corner
grocery and the light ot a great Illus
ion had gone from her faoo. It was
yan who spanked a baby up the front
step an hour later, and Mary who hung
a number of suaplcloua looking garments
on the little clothesline stretonea across
Vin hnnl nnreh. Bill snores SO loudly hla
wife wants a divorce, John spits on the
front porch and Frank eats wim ni
knife In the presence of company. Where
ttiw uraa noatrv It has vanished; where
there was rapturo are now the dull con
tentments of the commonpiaoe or m
4.tiv rattikiiinna .uralnat routine.. Facea
once glorified hold only suggestion ot the
Imminent yawn; eyes that once lawomea
the great and hidden meanings of life
..... nniv it dull duties and unending
monotonies-mystery Is no more and the
hours have leaden wings.
Hut for the laugh of a child beholding
the rose-flame of a new dawn or Its mur
mur, or looking Into the depths or tne,
star hung and tremulous night; recreat
ing a. tnut illusion, it' were 'unbearable.
Yet here comes again our sweet Mistress
June with ancient wltoheriee, ana over
the htlla and far away to the old, sWeet
muslo the piper plays moves the eager
and enchanted pageant. Life la "a Jar of
roae wine act high In the air" and the
nofiin crushed under the feet of awltt
flying yesterdays give forth no perfume.
Alasl Whither go they ana wny no mey
never return? What cruel trick ta this,
what stupid physiological fact that cheats
life and robs heaven?
This morning, out In the leafy depths of
.... h arlad love note ot f
wMn tn hla mate. It was the same Big
nlflcant, wild, mysterious call that wai
lifted years agoas triumphant, ino yev
i .iiniirht filtered -down luat as aottly
but It was another robin who aang ano
im answered, thoueh quite as beau
. nni hi aama. Tonlcht the start
will' hang1 as tremulous In the aky and
the roses waste as profligately on tnt
mramn. with the dusk perhaps will com
v.. nit f Una carrying perfume from
Ah, lxve, couia you ana v
Wh Him to grasp this sorry scheme oil
things enure. . ...
. - I a hlfa
And remold It nearer to the heart'a de-
Scurvy trick. Isn't lt-downrlght ; meanrT
cr.r iT.,..! I'u.m nnmea the bride." V
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Paris (Mo.) Mercury.
IlomeICeeptng? Woiaen Need Health
The work of a home-keeping woman
makes a oonstant call on her strengtn
and vitality, and sickness comes through
her kidneys and bladder oftener than
.v.. knntv. Tint if aha takes Foley Kid
ney Pills their tonlo-strengthenlng effect
will Invigorate her, and pain and weaK
nx In hank, nervouaneaa. aching1 joints
and Irregular bladder actjon wlll all dis
appear under the comrorung inuueiio"
of this good and honest medicine. Try
them. For sale by all dealers every
wh ere.-rAd ve rtlsem ent
The Persistent and Judicious Use ot
Newspaper Advertising la the Road -to'
News Notes from trby.
FAIRBURY. Neb.. Oct. J.-peclal.)
During the last week County Judge C.
C. Boyle married two couples In oounty
court. Including Earl Turner of Steelo
City and Miss Susie Kelly of Bndlcott,
and Dewltt Bcriven and Miss Grace
An Important change tn Nebraska dt
vlalon passenger tralna will be made
Sunday. October 12. At that time the.
Chlcago-Nebraska flyer operatlngvbe
ween Lincoln and Council Bluffs Will
Ka taUan nut of service. These are fast
tralna and have been operating there
a innr time. Engineer A. J. Kelly
and Fireman J. U Ogden wlU return
to Falrbury and go Into service at this
point. The local passengers runs S6I and
254 running between Falrbury and Hor
ton will bo discontinued and run only
to Beatrice. The new cards are being
prep'ared In Topeka for distribution.
James I Ogden, a locomotive fireman
operating between Lincoln, and Council
Bluffs. Ia., la In tho city vlaltlng with
County Clerk C. II. Shaffer has re
turned from Omaha where he haa been
confined In a hospital for several weeks.
He is much Improved and Is able to
resume his work.
Arthur, the four-year-old son ot Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Mann, living near
Thompson, fractured hla arm while play,
lng with several coropanlona at a neigh
' bor'a house.
Fred C. Chase, a locomotive fireman
ot this city, has a cherry tree in bloom
In his back yard. This Is attracting a
rreat deal of attention.
Mi- an Mr. C. H. C. Kayser of
"Fort Wayne, Ind., are In the city
-viatiinsr with the former's itatar, Mrs.
William Oberhelroan. Mr. Kayser la well
' Snulrrel huntlnz is Unusually good in
thla vicinity this year. 8everal hunters
succeeded In bagging forty squirrels on
Hoae creek, Thursday of this week.
nl.i tram Beatrice.
BEATRICE, Neb., Oct. S. Because the
salary of the Hoag postotflce was only
Hboilt tt laat year, Abraham Relmer, Jr.,
the postotflce lnaptctor, waa at that
place Thursday and found tnat the office
waa only aervlng twelve regular patrons
Hurley J, Shaw, a farmer, Hying near
llolmeavllle, Thursday filed a petition tn
diatrlct court asking that his marriage
to Hulda Cole be annulled. The couple
were married by Judge Walden, August
U, 1913, and he alleges that at that ti,o
ft fill 1 l"i 1 l "l Ii Ittfi
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Omaha's Greatest Clothing
Special Saturday Bargains
in Bergs Cloak and Suit
For Saturday fro offer a special group of sow fU suite that ar
arriving during the week. They include tailored and semi-tailored
models ssd also fancy styles. All the sew materials are
represented and in all popular new shades. Ttiese garments crk
not be equaled at the price and should bo iaspeoted by every
women needing a stylish fall suit Saturday's COI GEL
special value, ........... . SiHefO
A Saturday Special
Bwoger'1 length coats in boucjes, diagonals, novelty cords and
two-tone materials in blaok, navy, aahosany, brown, tan, taupe,
etc. Some' with collars and throws of seal plush others self
trimmed all la tho newest possible styles Special 4 A OCt
Saturday .............. ... raa70
In handsome striped patterns
in men's shirtings, made with
French cuffs, soft detachable
collars and pockets, fine fer
office or business wear.
Two Special Lot
5 Shirts OOC
$2.00 Women's Aft
A. splendid hevy grade ef
meMallNe (a a number f
new models well made and
in all colors, la all-silk messa
Jlne, Saturday ......... 81,90
Waists at 98c
New fall models, high and. lew:
necks, long and short sleeves,
in dainty lawns, mails and
Teijas, trimmed with lace and
Insertion, Saturday ...QS4
Stw MsfPmf 4TL - sff MrSW W.wJwWif Mr J JS?
Omaha's Greatest Clothing House
Your Millinery Section is becoming so pop ulnr, is an exclamation often heard these
days after an even casual glance at our oxuidh. isecauue
well that explains it doesn't it?
For the Women
we have exclusive models from
famous artists of the fashion
centers of the world and it
does not require a small for
tunes to get them, either.
Come in and try one
we will surprise you.
For the Woman
but can't afford expensive head
pared an exhibition of high
quality, artistic hats where you
may choose and be pleased at
$3.50, $5 to $15
An abundance of clover, snappy styles for Misses
aud the little Missin felt, plush and velvet, at $1,00
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