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T'Tfi BEE' OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1914.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Hflelity Btorafr fc Van Co. Dour 1M0.
Uva Root Print It Now Beacon I'res.
Wf lui.T Ye. PennMuinil. Qould.
tlfhtlntr rixturM Uurgess-Granden Co.
W. j, Connell removed his law offices
from Vullman bulldlnK to S8M1 lice
Whtn you know gas lighting 'you pro;
er I Omaha Gas company, 1W9 How
rd street; DourIbs 606.
Improver to Meet A meeting of tho
deration of Improvement vvui ue
held Thursday evcnlnc nt thts c'.ty hall.
Hrrorts of the committor pn health will
bo made. City e xpendlturrs and street
improvements will also come up for dis
cussion. Light Company Opens Later F. A.
Nash, president of the electric light
company, has announced that after
April 1 the Ketirral office. of the com
pany will not open until 8:30 a. in. In
stead of 8 o'clock, and that they Will
close on Saturday afternoons ut 1 o'clock.
Sirs. Boyle' rnnerai Wednesday
Funeral ectvlecs for Mrs. II. U. Boyles,
404 Hamilton apartments, wild died Mon
day following nn Infection from a sur
Bleat operation, will he held Wednesday
afternoon, at 2 o'tlock from Hoffman's
chapol, tTwcnty-fourth and Dodge streets.
So Enforce Treating Law enforce
ment of laws prohibiting treating In sa
loons is demanded of the police commis
sioner In a letter to the city commission
from "The Law and Order league." The
communication Is signed by the presi
dent of tho league, J. C. Abercromble.
The letter has been referred to Police
Commissioner A. C. Kugel.
WOMEN HAYEJBUSY MEETING
Spring Costumes and Parliamentary
Tilt Marks Club's Assembly.
ORDINANCES ARE ENDORSED
I.ama UeanlRtlncr Kxpectnrotlna; on
Sldpunlke nnd Selling of Con
calne nml ClgnrrttFa Fnvor-nblj-
A visit from the state president, .Mrs.
A. G. Flernn nf Aur-nrn. Vt. ffi,.
ilng array of spring costumes and mllll
Jnory anfl a little parliamentary tilt,
I marked the meeting of the Omaha Worn
. an's Club. .Mondnv nflrrnnnn
unce more did Roberts' "ltulcs of Or
or" do valiant service when objection
t's raised from the floor to th itnt..
ment of the president that this would be
the last opportunity to nominate officers.
This brought forth a motion to olose the
nominations officially at this moetlng,
but the motion wus lost by u heavy ma-
The report of the nomlnatlnr rnnimlt.
tefl and additions from the floor are as
follows: Kor president. Mrs. ::. H. Nal
ton and Mrs. It. E. McKelvy: first vice
president. Mrs. K. n. Hum nrf t
Kdward Syfert; second vice president,
airs. John O. Ye ser and Mm. T .T
Blrss; recording f,rerotarv Mm t. .
lord and Mrs. T. It.' Tracy: correspond
ing secretary. Mrs. S. A. Pnllln Ami
Mrs. A. L. Fcrnald; treasurer, Mrs. C. H.
Harry A. Wolf Has
Leased Ware Block
Harry A, Wolf has Just 'asJ the
Ware Wock at Fifteenth ami Farnam
Ntreots for a period of twenty years. Mr.
iWolf will take possession Of tho building
April 1. No changa will bo made, at least
et present, In tho tenants of the building.
The first floor Is occupied by tho Mis
souri Pacific Railway- company and the
Megeath Stationery company. The four
floors abovo -aro used ns of flco floors.
Mrs. Martin Saxo (formerly Mrs. Pax
ton) of New York Is the owner of the
property. II, J. Scanncll, secretary of the
Paxton Real Estate company, leased tho
Building to Wolf through A. P. Tukey
& Son. F. H. Myers of tho Benson &
Myers Ileal Estate company, Is Interested
with Mr. Wolf In this deal. Tho figures
, the lease are not made public, but the
lease was mado on a .valuation of be
tween $250,000 and $300,000,
Another locnl-ey ndlcato In which Harry
Wolf was the. prime factor has'reoently
purchased the old AVoodmcn. building,
which Is now tho Carlcton hotel.
LABORATORY STAFF IS
The staff of the food and drug labora
tory conducted under tho United States
Department pC Agriculture has received
assignments to other offices, effective
with the abolishment of the office here,
April 1. The entire equipment of the
laboratory has been loaded In two cars
and numerous express packages and
shipped to Chicago. S. II. Ross, who was
In charge of tho laboratory her goes
to Chicago. T. F. Pappe, chemist, is as
signed to St. Paul, while Miss Quick,
stenographer, goes to 'San " Francisco.
Jesse MerchantsIll BO'tftJhe. laboratory,
at Chicago. 3r r '' '.
I Marky, ihalrmun auditing committee,
Sirs. W, Jewell: constitution, Mrs. M.
'J. Crrlgh. courtesies, Mrs. Isaac Doug
i las; house and home, Mrs. ICdwartl John
son, Mrs. J. .1. Davey, Mrs. C n. Coon,
Mrs. W. S. Holler; library, Miss Jose
phine Mcllugh. Mrs. W. ?. McKnlght,
Mrs. G. i. Pnlngley; membership, Mrs.
C. II. Rich. Mrs. Kdgar Allen. Mrs. D. O.
Craighead. Mrs. George B. Darr. Mrs.
W V. Lambert and Mrs. George Wilson.
The club endowed the ordinance pro
hibiting oxpectoratlon on sidewalks and
tho selling of cooalne and cigarettes to
lufnor." nnd asked that a committee be
; apolnted to ask for a similar committee
from the Commercial club and federated
Women s Christian Temperance unions,
these committees to take .steps for a more
rigid enforcement of the law.
Cluli Activities lluo(l.
The chairman of the rooms' committee
reported many additional offers hut no
definite action taken. It was announced
that Orchard & W'llhelm would decorate
the booth that the Woman's club will
maintain at the Low-Cont-of-LlvIng
show. The club also voted to plant a
tree on the Lincoln highway on Arbor
day. The state president then gave a
brief talk on club activities.
Dr. .Mary Sullivan of the Omaha High
school and author of "Court Masques of
James the First," was tho speaker of tho
afternoon, her subject being "Modern
Drams." Dr. Sullivan compared Mack
aye's bird masque "Sanctuary," which
was presented recently at Astor house
l New York City with President Wil
son's daughter as one of the characters,
and the one to bs held In St. 10 ills next
month to celebrate tho one hundred and
flitlcih annlersary of that cll, ir,
minutes produced tn Shakespeare's tlmr
"These mosques aro proiuced for a pur
pose today,' she said. "Just ns they were
then, thditgh many don't realise tho mo
tive. Its tri purpose being concealed. The
masque Is more than a literary effort, It
bolng the means by' which many a popu
lar movement Is exploited. Through the
masque, drama has become a factor In
Dr. Sullivan stated that Sanctuary''
was a powerful factor for legislation with
regard to bird protection, particularly In
the tariff, and stated that the St. Ixiuls
masque would exploit the possibilities of
the middle west. The speaker offeied a
description by an eye-witness, of one of
the gorgeous spectacles presented In
Shakespeare's day, os refutation of the
statement that elaborate scenery was un
known in the KlUabethan theater.
The program was In charge of tho lit
erature department, Mrs. C H. Mullen,
leader. Musical numbers were rendered
In- Miss Olga Eltncr, accompanied by
Miss Ruth Klynn and Mrs. J. B. Pulver,
accompanied by Mrs. Walter Silver.
REV. G. L. PETERS CALLED
TO NORTH CHRISTIAN PULPIT
Rev. George L. reters of Springfield,
Mo., Is to succeed Rev. J. H. Klrschstcln
as pastor of the North Side Christian
church. Rev. Mr. Peters and family of
wife and four children will arrive about
tho middle of April.
Walt for Mctt-The Only Genuine Bock
Beer brew In Omaha, On draught and
In bottles on and after April 10.
THOMAS CASH7 BURIED
AT HQilY SEPULCHRE
Funeral services for the late Thomas
Cash were held at Stt Cecelia's efiurcll at
9 Tuesday morning. Row D. P. Har
rington was celebrant at .the- solemn re
quiem mass Rev. C. J. Doriohue, deacon,
and Revv.W. L. llaunon waa master of
ceremonies. Interment was made In the
family lot at Holy Sepouchor cemetery,
gTho following acted as pallbearers:
-fj hn Sexton, Michael Shirley,
i ratrlck Donahoe, W. J. Burke,
fir McAvoy, Thomaa Gltmore.
i-aincK ueccner, j.mn Jiannon.
PARDONED CONVICT IS
ARRESTED FOR STEALING
Raymond Nelson, who served part of a
sentence In the state penitentiary for
complicity In the robbery and murder of
Saloon Keeper Chrla Lausten. on Cumin?
street, nine years ago, was arrested again
Monday night by Officer Harry Ulmer for
theft of hardware from a pawn shop.
Nelson was sentenced for life, but was
pardoned. SlncQ then he has been arrested
numerous times by .the police, mostly for
petit larceny. Ho has become an in
vclcrato cocalnp fiend, the habit being
contracted, he says. In the state prison.
PEACE DISTURBER LET GO
BECAUSE OF HIS CHILDREN
After creating a disturbance Monday
night, P. A. Devancy, 2316 Davenport
street, barricaded the doors of his rooms
and threatened to shoot anyone who tried
to enter. The police were notified and
Officers Brlnkman and Ulmer reaching
the house broke down the dlr and
brought Duvancy to the station in
police court, owing to the fact that the
offender Is tho only caro for his children,
ho was discharged with a reprimand,
after giving his promise to leave drink
RPV RflRFRT H finUPRTY IC
SERIOUSLY ILL AT HIS HOME
Rev. Robert H. Doherty, 1519 Georgia
avenue, is seriously ill at his residence
Ho has been a sufferer for aomo time of
hardening of the arteries and had- been
at Yankton, S. D.. up until a month ago,
when with Mrs. Doherty he returned to
Rev. Mr. Doherty Is TO years of ag and
from 1S75 to 1S0S was principal of
HAVERS0N IS LOCATED
IN A LOCAL HOSPITAL
A Haverson of Fremont, who was
thought to have been abducted by two
men while shopping in a local store, has
been located at a Omaha hospital, whero
ho Is being treated for non-compos-mentls.
The two msMerJous men who
forcibly placed lilui In an automobile and
hurried away wore attendants from tho
I'or a Torpid I.lvrr.
"I hato used Chamberlain's Tablets off
nd pn for the past six jears whenever
my liver shows signs of being In a disor
dered condition. They have always acted
qSickly and given me the desired relief,"
write Mr. F. H, Trubus, Hprlngvllle,
N X- All dealer. Advertisement.
The Haddorf f Piano Achieves a Triumph
under tho hnnds ofMark Oberndorfer of tho Oberndorfer -Opera Musicales, at our store.
Musicians and music lovers in goncral givo this piano unstinted praise. Road what Mr.
Oberndorfer says about this wonderful Piano.
wjobd M.atararss. rmMmt1
fXOXa C TtAB n. ria Prrm KKnl
.IAnCM II.TATLOTl. Tivnmi m ,,
B tnaCHB sjs - sh C ompax
Omaha Hetr.., Mar ch"3L, 1914,
Sie " Haddorf f HBno" Co . ,
flortcford, . Illinois,
IwantT t'd'teilyou howd0 1 1 ght e d i i
nave been with the beautiful. Haddorrr--H.ano
which I had the pleaoure of using in our opera
Mioicales of "Thais" 9, at Omaha, Hebrasl-a, through
the dourtesy of Bturgess-tfash company. You know
ithat in playing these opera scores I must have a,
jPlano that is really capable or all. gradatlous
,of Ton for I haw to reproduce aa much as posol
ible orchestral effects and that of course ll al- '
most-tepoflsible on the average Hano Tour kind
toss in furnishing me with a Haddorff has made
my worlc here in Omaha a great pleasure and although
,the Haddorff was a stranger to me, i feel now that
we are old friend, it has a beautiful even scale,
Ithe bass is rich and the upper registers are full
and ..round ,the action is perfect,.
I Lthanyoulfor; your, ictndnaaorand'your.
Besides the Haddorff Piano wo are western representatives for Chickering, Kurtzmann, Iters &
Pond, Clarendon, and other less expensive makes. Sold on Easy Monthly Payments.
(Piano Department Third Floor.)
HOME FURNITURE COMPANY
24th and L Sts., South Omaha
Oualifv High Prices Low!
WE ARE, ASSOCIATE DISTRIBUTERS OP
9x12 Seamless Brus
sels Rugs at
9x12 Seamless Velvet
9x12 Axminster Rugs
Delivered in Your Hpme at Manufacturer's List Price.
Complete Line of Wilton and Body Brussels Rugs
SEE OUR NEW DAYLIGHT DISPLAY ROOM
Storo Hours: 8:30 A. M. to 0 P. M. Saturdays Till 9 P.M.
"Wednc-ular, April I, 101 1.
STOHi: N15WH 1-X)U WKDN12SDAY.
Corner 10th and llnrncj'.
Oome Wednesday and See the
Extreme French Styles
AS WELL AS
Inexpensive Suits and Gowns
WORN bv PROFESSIONAL WOMEN MOJDELS
Mornings 10:30 to 12:30 Afternoons 1:30 to 3:30
A STYLE exhibition unlike anything evor presented to the Omaha public. Re--tJ-
vealing the most becoming fashions? receiving their inspirations from the
French Revolution, Directoire, Second Empire and Early Victorian Periods as
interpreted by the leading Paris, Vienna and Jew York Creators of Fashion.
It's a revival For the Spring season is to be the Picture Period and the
picturesgue in women's and misses' dress. Accept this as an invitation tc come and
A Sale of Beautiful MILLINERY
STRIKING price reductions on exquisite now millinery. Road every -word of this,
thon corao Wednesday. Easter is less than two weeks away. Don't wait for the rush.
$5 Trimmed Hats
The finest quality
imported hemp trim
med hats for streot
and dross wear, regu
lar price $5.00 to
$7.5Q, for Wednes
Second to none, even
at twice tho price,
many stores make a
name for a hut, this
hat will make a
namo for us. They aro
worth ? 10.00. Wodnos
About 150 exquis
ite dress and modol
hats. Real models
made of the fin
est imported ma
terials. Vory special,
$15 to $40 TRIMMED HATS $10 to $25
Wo have divided our entire stook of high grado hats; model dross hats aud im
ported creations into 4 lots, worth $15.00 to $40.00; black hats not inoluded
$10.00, $15.00, $20.00 and $25.00
WOMEN'S 50c UNION SUITS, 17c
WOMEN'S white cotton union suits, low
neck, sleeveless or with short
sleovcs, laco trlmraod, knee length, rogular B I ft
50c values; Wednesday, at j
BnrffKh Co, Unflerw r Section.
WOMEN'S 49c SILK HOSE, 21c
WOMEN'S all silk fibre hose, with lisle
tons, toe and heel, low spliced i
tops, toe and heel, low spliced
heels, double nolo, fast black, regular prlco
49c; Wednesday, per pair
Burgrais-ZTMh Co. Hoiitry Baotlon.
PARISIAN IVORY BRUSH, 95c
PARISIAN ivory hair brushes with Jong
or short bristles, various sizcs.i-
or short bristles, various sizes..
with your Initial ongraved free of charge;
Bnr(rt-?h Co, J TTtlry Section.
$2.50-$3.50 LEATHER HAND BAGS, $1.98
GENUINE pin morocco hand bags, gilt
VJ and nickel frames, assorted
color linings, rogular or pannier han
dles, $2,50 to $3.50 values; Wednosday. .
Durffii-Ifah Co. X.thr Section.
50c BRAID HAIR PINS, 39c
rPLENDID selection of braid hair pins,
O with brilliant rhmostono set
tings in straight or loop shapes, amber or
shell, regular price 50c; Wodnosday at.
. Burffi-W(inh Co, Jewelry Section,
NEW VENETIAN BRACELETS
T7ERY desirable, mado in gilt and plati
V num finish with lanoy lihgreo
balls and various colorod cut beads;
Burfe-WeU Co. Jewelry Section.
RICH NEW 0 ANTON OREPES, $1.49
BEAUTIFUL new canton cropes, plain
or figured patterns, all the AgAU
newest spring shades, 38 to 40 Inches SBlfl
wldo; Wodnosday, at, tho yard
Burreiv-Nkih Co. Silk Section. ,
29c PRINTED VOILES, at 19c
PRETTY now printed voiles, 40 inches
wido, with neat floral effects;
our rogular 2 He quality; special for UP
Wednesday, tho yard Q y
BurfreaoITMh Co, Weill Qoods Beotloc.
VIOLET CORSAGE BOUQUET, 25c
with foliage, tinseled stem nnd
silk cord and tassel, scontod; Wednesday,
BurfiiBlTli Co. Ribbon Section.
ALL SILK MOIRE RIBBON, 29c
sluulos of brown, garnet,
cardinal, emerald, pink and navy, also
black and white; Wednesday, yard. ......
Burjeii.lT.ih Co. Klbbon Section.
75c to $1.00 DRAPE VEILS, at 59c
IN THE ECONOMY BASEMENT
WOMEN'S $3.00 SHOES at $1.59
V 1' H
Positively the Biggest Shoe Bargain
Offered in Omaha for a Long Time
rrvpairs of women's fine, high class shoes. Every pair strictly
OUU this spring's styles. Leathers aro vici (fi r'ltfV
kid, patent and gun motal ; wide, medium are j
Oaby heels; all sizes, widths O to E; Wed
nesday only, positively $3 values, per pair.
89c Night Gowns, 50c
Women'B 'fine cambric night
gowns. Low neck, short
sleeves. Voko of
10c Crepes at fy2c
50 pieces of pretty, dainty
rrepos for summer dresses.
Choice new pat
terns. Regular 10c
day, the yard
50c Hosiery, 25c
One case women's puro thread silk boot
stockings. Lisle tops, high spliced
heels, double too and heel,
niack and all the wanted
colors. 50c values, at, the
:BurgessNash Co. Everyboyd's Store 16th and Harney.;
OPENING DAY SPECIALS, WEDNESDAY
LARGE bunch of violets, non-perishable
with foliacrc. tinseled stem mid a
MOIRE ribbons, all silk, 6 niches wide
in sluulos of brown, erarnet..
IN great demand right now, in brown,
cream, white, ecruo. croon, navv. a
cream, whito, ecruo, grcon, navy,
taupe nnd lavender, 75c to 91.00 valuos;
Burieii-Haih Co. Veiling- Section.
COLONIAL GLASS, TUMBLERS, iy2c
TTEAVY glass tumblers, colonial stylo,
J---- good clear glass, regular price
39c the dozen; Wednesday,
BUr?e(-XTah Co. Buamant.
Vf T HAVEN'T READ ALL OF THE NEWS
I KJU 'TIL YOU READ THE WANT AD'S