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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY. MARCH 31, 1914.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
rifisilty Storage fc Tan Co. Doug. IBIS.
Haro Se-ot -Print It Now Beacon Frees.
ilfe tel.? Yea. Penn Mutual. Oouia,
I . u . nH.niiAn i
IV. J. ConneU removed his law offices
otn Pullman building to . Beo
ta yon know gas lighting you pre
fer It. Omaha Gas company. 19 1I0W
rd btreeti Douglas 60G.
Sues for Divorce Mrs. Pearl May
dwick has brought ult against Cart
Ludwlck for divorce.
Trammer is Discharged Joe Trum
jnor. 912 Homer street, who win arrested
jfpaturday on a charge of stealing freight
tram local railroad yards, has been dig
ir cau reed.
Ayoung ta rined $10 John Young, 1112
bodge street ,was fined $10 and coats for
Ybsuttlng three colored women at Four
teenth and Douglas streets Sunday even
ing. The women appeared against him
in police court.
To O&nol ltaturalliatlon Tapirs Suit
has been started In the United States dis
trict court by F. S. Howell, district attor
ney, for the government, to cancel the
naturalization decree of the Dodgo county
district court In the case of Otto Armln
Grovo of Fremont.
O'Connor Bent to the 'Hatch'' Kd
O'Connor of South Omaha, who, on the
report In police court la charged with
being "drunk and disorderly" and loaded
1th "Douglas street whisky," was sent
the hatch for five days to sober up.
Officer Aughe made the arrest.
AFFAIRS MJOUTH OMAHA
Jesse Brown Identified by Police
Officer Quinn as His Assailant.
IS NOW IN THE COUNTY JAIL
Thought to He the Man Who Took
l'nrt in the Numcrone Frelaht
Car Tlobberlrn In Freight
Jesso Brown, colored, held In the county
Jail In connection with box car robberies
In South Omaha, was yesterday Identi
fied as tho gun man who shot Officer
raise enoush ninney to
ay lor tho senior reception I'sualiy the
which they may
Pay lor thfl setili
junior play sufficed, but Uils was ruled
out by the faculty last year. A combina
tion, circus, moving picture snow ana
carnival, all Indoors, has been suggested.
Tho Temple High school of University
Placo lost no time In accepting tho chal
lenge sent to them by Coach Yerlng
ton of tho local high school In behalf of
the second debating team. The Tempi
team will uphold the negative of the
trust question, and although the date
has not been definitely fixed. It will
probably be held a week from next Fri
day at the local auditorium.
Tho Gavel club met In tho Board of
Kducatlon room of the hlKh school last
Wednesday evening. Committees on pro
gram and advertising were appointed to
superintend tho accomplishment of tho
special program. A commltteo was ap
pointed to interview Principal .Moore in
tho hope of getting a special moan meet
ing as advertisement. A gave win
FREIGHT CASE IS POSTPONED!
Tearing on Lumber Rates to Omaha
Goes Over to June Tirst.
MEANS Bid SAVING IN A YEAR
Totals on Tariff from "niMhrveitcrn
PnTTtnllln (n I. oral Mnnnfact ir
orsj Won Id Mr Jinny
T " ill.... ...! ft I -
, . . . , . . ' made by Instructor Bagby, head of tho
In a street battlo at Thirteenth street and ,anURl training department, and pre
Missouri avenue. Tho Identification was i sented to tho Gavel club at this revival
by Officer Quinn himself, who Is able to meeting as tho club emblem.
Kuncl Family Nearly
Suffocated by Smoke
from Basement Fire
Fire originating In the basement of Z.
P. Kuncl's meat market, 1S02 South Six
teenth street, lato Sunday night, - nearly
kuffocated the family before, all could be
cottcn out of. the. second story of the
building. A fire alarm was sent In by a
'pedestrian who happened to pass the
shop and noticed tho blaze. Shortly be
fore the department arrived Mr. Kuncl
was awakened by the smoke, which was
entering the apartment. Ho Immediately
.aroused his family, and, crawling on
hands and knees, they escaped to a wln-
3o w, where tbey were taken from tho
tructure by a ladder.
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Harvey Burger Gets
Ninety Days in Jail
on Pandering Charge
Harvey Burger, 707 North Eighteenth
'street, charged with "pandering," was
sentenced to ninety days In the county
Merger was arrested by Deteotlveo Sul
1 llvan and Lahey, who, finding the man's
wife crying and half-clad at Sixteenth
' and California streets. Investigated and
, brought the follow to the station. With
instructions to bring him io, the woman
left the house early in the evening, and
when she returned after midnight with
, only 2 he beat her and thrust her from
the door with scarcely any clothing on
Burger was given a scathing lecture
by Judge Foster upon being arraigned.
JUSTICES TO SPEAK ON
PEOPLE'S COMMON COURTS
"Courts of the Common People" will
be the subject of discussion at a special
meeting of all voters at tho Young Men's
Christian association this evening at
8 o'clock. Police Judge C. E. Foster and
Justice of the Peace C. W. Brltt will tell
of their respective courts. Admission will
be free and everybody is invited by the
association officers. Foreigners and new
cltltens will be especially welcome, they
PHARMACY CLERK'S DENIAL
James Vandls, brother of Pharmacy
ICIefk Vandls at the Red Cross pharmacy.
Seventeenth and Cuming streets, tcslf ying
IViAArA f.hn eltv commlnaionerfl. nUh.t.n.
Vtlated his brother's denial of having told
rBpeclal Officer Peterson that tne estab
llshmen was enjoying "protection." Upon
cross-examination the witness declared
that he had never heard any such remark
Take Salts to
33&t less meat if yon feel Back
achy or have Bladder
Meat forma urio acid which excites and
overworks the kidneys in their efforts to
flltr It from tho system. Regular eaters
of meat must flush the kidneys ooca.
storially. Tou must relieve them like you
relieve your bowels; removing all the
acids, waste and poison, else you feel a
dun misery In the kidney region, sbarp
pains In the back or sick headache, dissl
ntss, your stomach sours, tongue Is
coated and when the weather ts bad you
have rheumatic twinges. The urine (s
cloudy, full et sediment; the channels
onra get imiatea, oDiunng you to get
up two or three times during tha night.
To neutralise these Irritating acMa and
flush off the body's urinous waste ret
about four ounces of Jad Salts4 from
any pharmacy; take a tablespoon ful la a
glass of water before breakfast for a
lew days and your kidneys will then act
tint and bladder disorders disappear. This
famous salts Is made from the add of
grapes and lemon juice, combined with
llthis, and has been used for generations
'to clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys
and stop bladder Irritation. Jad Baits Is
inexpensive, harmless and makes a d.
llEhtful effervescent llthla-waUr drink
which millions of men and women takei
,lww and then, thus avoiding serious kid
feay and bladder diseases Advertisement.
be about again.
Quinn was shot while trying to mako
an arrest of four men who were making
their getaway after holding up several
South Omahans last Saturday night. The
party is supposed to have been made up
of four men Mexicans, Japs or negroes.
Tony Cloba Is supposed to be a South
American of Jap-Mexican blood was was
arrested after tho shooting. Ha was one
of tho men whom Quinn tried to arrest
and haii been held In the hope of obtain
ing a complete admission of his guilt.
He denies any connection with tho shoot
ing except being In the neighborhood.
Brown, Identified yesterday as one of
tho parties to tho shooting, came from
tha south about a month ago, according
to Police Captain Hank Carey. Last
Wednesday nlsht tho Missouri Pacific
cars In South Omaha were broken Into
and robbed of goods valued at $300. Brown.
was suspected and the local officers be
gan a search for him.' Grant Chase,
sheriff of Sarpy county, followed a clue
to Nebraska City, whero he arrested the
man and brought him to Papllllon, where
ho was arraigned Saturday. While in the
county jail, the South Omaha rollce fol
16wcd a clue that took them to Brown as
tho assailant of Quinn. Quinn In com
pany with Chase Identified the man yes
terday as the ono who has shot him.
Brown denies tho shooting.
Thieve Stool Tools,
Thieves raided the new Plunkett flats
at Twenty-fourth and V streets somo
nights ago and carried nway $68 worth of
tools. The tools Included tho working
outfits of the carpenters engaged on tho
new building now Under construction by
Sir Horace Plunkett. Entrance to the
building was effected through the rear
basement door. The matter was reported
to the police.
Mitny Attend Cknrch.
Every seat was occupied In tho new
Presbyterian church yesterday when Rev.
R. L. Wheeler, pastor, spoko on tho "Go
to Church Sunday." The theme of tho
sermon pertained to the movement, and
cloao attention was paid to tho words of
the speaker by the large congregation
most of the members of which were men.
The regular Presbyterian service was
varied by additions to the Sunday pro
gram of services in connection with tho
"do-to-Chureh" movement. Rev. Mr.
Wheeler emphasized the fact that tho
"Qo-to-Church" movement was not
sporadic He said It was tho rosult of
organized effort during many months.
In other churches of the city the at
tendance showed an increase.
Collar in Pumped Out
, It took the steamer of tho South Omaha
flro department to save tho homo of
Louis Sterba from overflow Saturday
night when, the sewer at, Twenty-first and
W streets clogged up. Tho water backed
up with such forco and In such volume
that tho cellar of tho Sterba home was
flooded to tho celling, nnd for a tlmo It
was feared tho houso would be wrecked.
The South Omaha fire department was'
called and tho steamer was sent to pump
tho cellar out.
To Iloom the Park
Property owners In the vicinity of Spring
Lake park met at tho home of Thomas
J. Parker last Wednesday evening, and
organized the Spring Lake Park Improve
ment club. The following officers were
elected: President, T. J. Parker; vice
president, F. W. Light foot; secretary
treasurer, F. W. Black; members of the
executive committee, W. J. Crother and
I. N. Vogel.
Tho organization of this club is the first
step in a conoerted movement on the
part of the property owners In the vicinity
of Spring Lake park to havo It made the
principal park of the city. Landscape
gardeners pronounce It ono of the grand
est natural locations for a park In this
part of tho country. It comprises nearly
forty acres of ground, and has nearly a
dozen springs, some of which abound in
medicinal mineral properties. Tho lake
can be restored at a small cost, and tho
remaining drives and walks that are
necessary to glvo access to all parts of
the park would require but a small outley
of money. Besides being located centrally
and tho closest to the business and thickly
settled sections of the city, this park Is
only two blocks from threo car lines and
but six blocks from the other.
HUh School Notes
Spring vacation will begin tomnmw
morning and will continue the wholo
A special mass meeting was held last
Friday morning In the hlrh school km.
dltorlum In honor of the girls' basket
Coach J. 31. Patten, director of ath
letics, has announced that track ath
letics will be taken up immediately after
The senior A class met last Thursday
afternoon to discuss the question of buy
ing graduation lings. Action will bo
taken later on ths matter.
Tennis will bo taken tin Immediately
after the close of vacation week. Al
ready many tennis players have organ
ised themselves In a eerles of doubles
and speculation Is being made on which
itoublo will gain the championship this
vear, Last jrar Albert Blonde and Lester
Iloblnson won out In tho doubles, and
Albert Blonde securing the highest placo
among tho singles. Carl Beal and Oar
wood Richardson mado a good showing
last year also. All of tho above will be
In tho race this year also. The girls'
championship will be carried on sepa
rately from the boys' and each will have
Mnsile City Oolp.
Edward Harlan and wife of Atlantic
City aro visiting friends in South Omaha.
S. L. Winters returned yesterday from
Fremont, where he was called on legal
There will bo a meeting of the South
Omaha city council this evening at the
Office spsce for rent In Bee office, 2318
. street. Terms reasonaoie. wen Known
location. Tel. South 27.
Chris George, aged SS years, died at the
South Omaha hospital of pneumon'a.
Funeral arramrr merits will be made later.
The Ladies Aid society of the First
t'resnyterlun cnurcn win meet weanes
dav with Mrs. Comoton. 2702 B street.
Two small l. res, one at Kwifl s and the
other at tho Robert Parks numhlng com
pany, called out tho fire department Sat-
Everything la being put In readiness
ror tho county convention ot tne -moo-ern
Woodmen, which will be held Mon
day afternoon at Odd Follows' hall.
Mrs. Com D. Hnrrlntton. aced 32 years.
died at the South Omaha hospital Sun
day. The funeral will be held from the
residence of her brother, E R. Kidder,
Flfty-Hlxth and L streots, Tuesday . at
o ciocK. uuriAi m uraceiana i-arn cem
Andrew Eleh. aced 14 years, died at
the home of his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Schmidt. 70S North Thirty-
second street, of scarlet fever. Funeral
services at tno resiaenco xucsaay morn
ing at 10 o'clock. Burial In Bt, Mary's
Klmor Mettaff. held at tho South Omaha
police station, insists tnat no is unrist
and that his special worx is to snow a
few things to the South Omaha police.
Metlac was Picked up somo days ago
whllo acting in a peculiar manner, me
police say he Is Insane. He will bo ox
amlnod by tho Insanity commission.
Friends of Miss Edith Coloman among
the South Omaha nurses entertained In
honor of Miss Coleman Saturday night
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Pe
terson. 625 North Seventeenth street. A
dainty ropaat was spread and tne rest
of the evening dovotcd to games and
danclnir. Among thoso present were:
Misses Edith Coleman. Ida Henzler. Rose
Zallakl, Erma Peterson. Erma Butler,
Marie Roo. Suslo Khrroan and -Mr. and
Mrs. Anton rotcrson.
. Bronchial -
t 1 L Fnr fminhe
Offers to Install
Burner for Fuel it
Will Save County
That he will install a burner at the
county poor farm and accept In payment
for U the saving in fuel which it accom
plishes during several months Is a pro
posal made to tho Board of County Com
mlssloncrs by C. E. Plckard, representing
tho Palmer Forced Draft Burner company
of St. Louis.
A chemical test submitted to County
Commissioner Best by Plckard praxtlcally
verifies figures prepared by the company,
which shows a prospective saving of
per cent in coal by tho use of the "forced
draft." The board has been notified by
R. U. Wolfe, city smoko Inspector, that
tho county hospital chimney Is emitting
too much smoke.
.V half dozen lumbonnen ot Omaha
headed by 11 J. MoVann of tho traffic
bureau were all primed to go to St.
Louis, when they hoard that tho Inter
state Commerce commission hearing on
lumber rates set for April 1 had lxcn
postponed to Juno 1. A looal meeting of
the various Interested parties to prepare
evidence for tho hearing also has been
This lumber rato case involves lots of
money for many local manufacturers.
The proposed Increase In freight rates
from the southern lumber territory to
Omaha would cost the Omaha dealers
sowhehero between H0.PO0 nnd J30.000 oxtrn
In freight charges every year, depending
upon the kind of lumber and tho differ
ence in tho various kinds from various
points. The Increase in freight rates
tho railroads are trying to establish Is
from 2 to 6 cents per 100 pounds from
all tho territory In Arknnras, Oklahoma
and Missouri, from which Omaha dealers
and manufacturers get their supply of
staves, heading, box material, egg case
material, ties, polos, piling anil posts
for all lumber dealers of the city. Tho
Proposed Increase also applies to all
classes of hardwoods, such as oak, ash,
hickory and similar lumber.
Roughly speaking, If the Increase should
bo upheld It would mean an extra freight
Charge of from $10 to $30 per carload to
the Omaha dealers and manufacturers.
In round numbers no less than l. car
loads of this kind of lumber come to
Omaha from the southern field each car.
COUNCIL HOLDS THAT URE
SHOULD COLLECT TAXES
Suggestions from City Treanuror W. G.
Ure that Improvement of Leavenworth
street be held up until back taxes had
been paid by an Investment company
which owes the Improvement district sev
eral hundred dollars were considered by
the city rouncll, but owing to the opinion
of the clt attorney that "T'ro and not
tho council ought to collect back toes."
no action was taken
It Is probable that the Improvements
petitioned for, being several WocKs of
pavement, will be permitted to go on.
untraa the city treasurer can show that
tho property of the Investment company
Is not worth the taxes against It.
Real estato can always be hld for the
Keepers Are Fined
Heavily in Court
A. Abosd, 70f Xortlt Sixteenth street.
urrested Sunday, wan fined ISO and costs
in police court for rbnductlng a disorderly
house. Stella White. 713 North Sixteenth
street, taken on a like charge, forfeited
fW cash bonds. She will be summoned to
court on a otiplus.
Frank Uegntt, Twentieth and Clark
streets, arrested for selling liquor on Sun
day, was fined JW) nnd costs, which he
am Young. 300 South Thirteenth street.
was sentenced to thirty days and appealed.
FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
LIST NAMED THIS WEEK
WASHINGTON. March rA-1'renldcnt
Wilson, Secretary McAdoo and Postmaster
General Burleson had a talk tonight about
tho location of federal reserve bunks.
Mr. Burleson Is said to be Interested in
tho selection of n southern city for a
resorvo bunk. Tho list ot reserve banks
that aro to bo located will bo announced
this coming week by tho organization
Tho president Is expected to namo the
federal reservo board soon after tho orga
nization makes Its announcement.
ABDUCTION BAFFLES POLICE Inch of Rain Falls
Fremont Mnn Forcibly Taken from Here HI Tlll'ee DayS
Store by Two Unidentified Men. Mwa thM m f Mun Mi )n
ictre nr-rnir ti tvtt TnTTnt 0,T"ha Thursday, Friday and Saturday ,
ASKS CLERK TO TELL POLICE j according to the government gunge which
recorded a total of l.Oi Inches ot pre-
Victim rtrnri TflUi Salesman n n epilation for the nerlod of three davs
Frnternltr rirother In Have
Ihn Authorities Follow
I'll the Case.
Local authorities are baffled at the un
usual manner In which A. Harverson.
Fremont, wbr abducted from Browning.
King & Co storo by two unidentified I WPa(ner
mnn yesierany morning.
Harverson lias leen a steadfast cus
tomer of the concern and Is well known
to several of tho salesmen, who have
WAlted upon him from tlmo to lime. He
had purchased a suit and was returning
for It after nn alteration, when ho
looked out of the door and called the
salesman's attention to two men who
were standing on tho outside and watch
"Thoe two men," said Harverson."
want to railroad mo and I wish that you
would look Into this case. You are a
Just then two men. both well dressed,
came In and took their victim along with
them out of tho door, then aerois the
street and Into a walttm; laxlcab. Tho
ending Sunday morning at 1 o'clock. Only
a trace of moisture was recorded for the
period of twenty-four hours ending Mon
day morning at 7 o'clock, but ths fore
cast for unsettled weather with little
ehango In temperature, and ther numerous
rains oer the state Indicate' that Omaha.
mty receive moro rainfall before the
conditions over the countr
east of the Rocky mountains are changed.
EMERGES FROM HIS PRISON
niachlno sp,,rde.l east on Douglas toward , rU ,vhfn M wns ypnr9 o)d
the bridge. 'I lease tell the notice. 1,. tnff mi4n o the Ph,RdeiPh
NEW ATTENDANTS NAMED
FOR THE COUNTY HOSPITAL
Tho Board of County Commissioners
appointed Nick MerteB attendant In the
men's Insnno ward In the county hospital;
Miss Edith Fnrsons, nttendant In the
women's Insano ward, and Al Saunders,
cook. They sticeetl James Kspy, Mrs.
Jamleson nnd C. E. Seller, who have resigned.
Haverson called back to tho salesman
end fraternity brother, "and havo them
follow thlu up,"
That la tho last seen of Harverson and
Just what motive Is back of the "kidnap.
Ing" Is beyond the Imagination of even
In tho ensuing excitement tho number of
the auto was not observed and nothing
noted except that It was a taxlcab.
Detectives aro now working on tho case.
Why It Siilln I'nrtlmlnr people.
Foloy's Honey and Tar Compound Is
prompt nnd effective for coughs, colds,
croup, hoarseness, bronchial cough and
for any condition whero the membranes
ot the throat nnd bronchial tubes are
Inflamed and raw. Thomas Vernon. Han
cock, Mich., writes: "Foley's Honey and
Tar has always proven effective, quickly
rellovlng tickling throat and stopping tho
cough with no bad after effect." It con
tains no opiates, and Is a pure, reliable
medicine. That's why It suits particular
jieoplc. For salo by all dealers every
SAN FRANCISCO. March 30Kvan
Burton Johnson, newspaper cartoonist
and until Thursday convict No. 87SI at
Folsom penitentiary arrived In Hnn
Francisco today en route to a Job. John
son literally cartooned his way out of
prison, after being sentenced for an ad
mitted forgery committed n'nen intoxi
cated. His sentence was commuted by
Roveriior Hiram W. Johnson.
Johnson has a. position with a adver
tising concern In Portland, Ore.
He ts 33 years old. Ho entered tho field
quirer. Later he was in turn employed
as a staff artteit. specialising on sociologi
cal enrtoons, on the New York Kvonlng
World, the Denver Rocky Mountain
Nnws, the Fhlladclphla, Fress and. other
"It was while a member of the staff
ot the Rocky Mountain News, that at tha
direction ot the owner, Senator Thomas
Patterson," ald Johnson, "I drew ft
cartoon entitled, 'The Fplltical Slaughter
House,' directed against the supreme
court of Colorado, which resulted in the
citation of Senator Patterson for con
tempt and tho Imposition ot a fin
MASONIC TEMPLE CRAFT
TO SUBMIT ITS REPORT
Covert lodge, :m. 11T, Ancient Free and
Accepted Masons, will meet Wednesday
evening nt 8 o'clock, when a report of
tho temple craft will he made on tha new
edifice at Twentieth and Douglas strcts.
Thh structure will soon bo ready ror
A nitter Tonic
Aids digestion, electric Bitters will In
crease your appetite, help digest your
food and tone up your system. Wo and,
11.00. All druggists. Advertisement.
COMMERCIAL CLUB HELP
MUST PAY FOR LUNCHES
Twenty men and women who mako up
the office forces and other help of tho
Commercial club will have to pay for
their lunches after April 1, whereas they
havo been getting their lunches free in
tne commercial ciud aimng room ny a
custom almost as old as tho dining room
feature of the club. This has Just been,
decided by the finance committee of the
club and Commissioner Manley.
"EVERYBODY'S STORE ,
Omaha's chief fashioit exhibitionmarking the high tide of prepar
ation and the ideal time for viewing and of selecting the newest in
Evening Gowns, Tailored Suits,
Costumes, Street Dresses,
Fabrics and Oiher Dress Accessories
JT JT ARBINGER8 of the arriving season, ushered in today
ft the new displays of exquisite apparel for Master wear- The
JL JL store in general, with the charming decorations, has been
transformed into a beautiful garden of flowers, musio and
fashions. Tho veritable hanging gardens of flowers and trailing
greenery, beautiful growing plants and bright flowers everywhere
But the floral display pales by comparison with the gloriess of the
fashion display themselves tlte rich colors in the Jabrics and the
lovely Mendings and contrasts in the hats and garments. The invita
tion for you to come is more than a mere request, it us a commend to
attend a most brilliant affair of Fashion's Court, and a promise not
only ef pleasure, but of profitable knowledge of styles and prices.
and hoarseness. Save the
voice in speaking or singing.
Extensively used for over
B0 years. No opiates.
35c. tOe anS Jl.W. Sample Pre.
John t Brown & Son. Boston. Mui,
Base ball Is coming rapidly to the front
as a part of tho athletic program ot
the high school. At the present time
two games have been scheduled.
Tho domestic science and sewing
clssres of the high school went on an
(incursion trip through the stock yards
and Cudahy packing house last Wednes
"The School Mistress" will be the play
to be presented by the senior class on
the event of their graduation In June ot
this year. This was decided upon at a
meeting of the class last Monday after
noon. The Gavel club has sent a challenge
to the Vellum club, tho girls' literary
society of th9 school, to have an inter
club debate on the woman suffrage ques
tion, the girls taking the 'affirmative and
the boys' club the negative.
The Les Cereces, tho senior girls' club,
met last Saturday afternoon at the home
of Miss Loulte Bratton. The club was
entertained by Mies Ruth Newton, as
sisted by Miss Bratton. The club meets
every two weeks at tho home of one of
South Omaha High school will meet
Bellevue for the championship of the
eastern aeDaung amnct or .Nebraska.
This was made certain when it
learned that Bellevue jcored a unanimous
victory over tho Nebraska City debating
team in ucnevuc msi v rmay evening.
Jeanne Mullen, accompanied by Prin
cipal -Mooro or tno mgn tcnooi, returned
from Fremont last Thursday evening,
after an unsuccessful participation In
tho district declamatory contest. Miss
Mullen, tne local representative, entered
the dramitlc class. The representative
from Papllllon obtained first place In the
The senior A class working in co-opr-rtlon
with the Junior A class. Is on-
deavonng to win, or soma metnod by
Girls, Don't Wash
Hair With Soap
Soap dries your acalp, causing
dandruff, then hair falls out
Try this next time.
Aftsr washing your hair with soap
always apply a little Danderine to the
scalp to Invigorate the hair and prevent
dryness. Better btill, use soap as spai
ingly as possible, and Instead have a
"Danderine Hair Cleanse." Just moisten
a cloth with Danderine and draw 11
carefully through your hair, taking one
strand at a time. This will remove dust,
dirt and excessive oil. In a few moments
you will be amazed, your hair will not
only bo clean, but It will be wavy, fluffy
and abundant, and possess) an incom
parable softness and lustre.
Besides cle&nlnr and beautifying the
hair, one application of Danderine dis
solves every particle of dandruff; stimu
lates the scalp, stopping itching and
falling hair. Danderine Is to the hair
whst fresh showers of rain and sun
shine are to vegetation. It goes right
to the roots, Invigorates a-id strengthens
them. Its ezhlllratlng and life-producing
properties cause the hair to grow
long, strong and beautiful.
Men! Ladles I You can surely have
lota of charming hair, Oet a 25 cent
bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from
any drug store or toilet counter and try
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MRS. WIN SLOWS
USED BY MILLIONS OF MOTHERS
FOR THREE UCNERATJOMS
What to wear and how to wear Itboth promptly answered by a view of the new
'tprins fathlom which are poied on
PROFESSIONAL LIVING MODELS
TWICE DAILY-. 10,30 A M. to 12:30 P. M.U30 P. M. to 3t30 P. Af.
ANNE SEA W FAULKNER and
icill fifiuj a
Lecture Recital and Opera Musicaie
Opera THAIS, in English .
OS THIRD FLOOR VUE8DA Y, MA RCII si
3:S0 in Ue afternoon
You ara invited to avail yourself of this
Musicals treat. ICs free.
Seating Capacity about 500
THE1 FAMOUS R ADD ORE PIANO
ich tee are the tote Billing repreisnlatiits tor Omi'rt,
all of Jebra$ka and IVutem Iowi, will be
faatintl hy Jfr. Obemlorfer.
tF I '.HI!
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