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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, MAY 30, 3 OH.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
OMAHA TO HONOR FIGHTERS
X.ook for tha "Bar Ms" 4 Sunday.
SUetrto Tans Burgess-Granden Co.
nttaUty Storag ft Vaa Co. Dons. U16.
tloot Print It Now Beacon Press
Monthly xaecna tor ilfa Oouid. Be. ; MANY PROGRAMS FOR THE DAY
Citiiens Will Pay Respects to Thoe
Who Upheld Country's Honor.
WJian you know gas Hghltnc you pre
fer It. Omaha 3a company. 1309 Howard
ttieeL Douglas MX
"lodaya comp:: Morle Ptosram"
mar b found on the first page of tha
classified section today, and appears In
The Bee BXCLCSIVKl.Y. FlnO out what
the various moving picture theater offer
Torfslts Cash Bond Mildred Mltchtl'
arrested on a charge of keening a din
orderly house at 111 North Seve ntcent 1
street and released on -a cash bond of J2J.
forfeited the bond by her failure to ap
pear In police court for trial.
nrtnnn Grannie at Inn In he City
Will Ilolrt 9ervtrei nt Different
Place Thl Mnrntnc nnd
'Cont nued from fas One
Old Glory Flies Over
hours. Thl cemetery eeTviees aud trio
big paroch'al sehool protram at Ihe Aud
itorium aro being held. The principal ,
public event ot the day will be the street
parade, and union memorial rxerclaea it
the Auditorium In the afternoon, under '
the auppice of the Grand Army of tho
Republic and the United Spanish War1
Veterans. " '
Ptibl c school children are obncr Ins nc- (
.nation day this anernoon at tnc various
' thftftl V.. .11.1 ti'Knrn nA ur,lrfAr.
Captain Kline of the Orjahs SUa-1 ..... . ,.. Vi-.,
tlon Army headqimrtew. wa net In thy , f!orf t offrrlns! .,rP hr0lWhl uy ,
party on the wrecked Vmptrss of Ire- : pu)n? xm noon m, w ,urnV, 0,.ef'
land. Ho lll leave with th- InltH , ,...,.. h m. ,. n.l .f
1 Corps, for decorat on of soldier craves in
the remeteries of the city tomorrow
CAPTAIN KLINE TO SAil
from new York Saturday
States Cont nsent or the Solvation Ms
which vlll sail from New Vork City on
the Olympic Saturda morning.
Club is Organized
f For Work in City i v
In the Catholic churches at 3 a. m to-
, day. requiem hUli masses for the na-
! tlon'S heroei will bo celebrated. Many
othsr churches will observe the occasion
I by appropriate services Sunday morning.
Section to Olnrrve Orij-.
rious sections of the city have
planned Memorial day observance by I
What was regarded by the. participants special flat; and bunting decorations on t
as a great forward step toward coopera-. all the houses In certain blocks. Anions; ;
tive, social uplift In the community waa these will be the .F eld Clnb district, i
accomplished last evening at the Cem-i -n hose club opening le.u vltles are ce'ii-
merclil club by a gathering of profes- ' cldent with Jhe Decoration day obses
sional -and lay workers along social serv-1
Ice, charty and correction lines. Pie-
limlnary organization was effected of
'Proposed league which will srek to bring
an sucit workers and their various asso
ciations Into correlation and co-operatton
. ixl. x 4 1. . .. . 1 .1. I . . (
wiiii clij, uuier, iui iiic social uei.er- .
ment ofJthe city. I
That.ine. league will eventually bring,
about such,lmprovement. by studying the
situation, agitating for necessary changes,
and finally eradicating tho causes of bad
onditlons, was predicted by T. P. Stur- '
jgess. who "had called the meeting at the
Instigation of the Omaha Social Service
hoard, or which ho Is chairman. He ex-
Irlalncd tnq purpose of the proposed
ague. nanely. to care for the needy
and dependent, especially among the
juveniles or tho city. He said It might
eperato aljne the lines of the Juvenile
Vrotecttve tassoclatton of Chicago.
Edgar 6c6tt. chairman of the Commer
t clsl club'as committee on charities, was
1 chosen chairman of the meeting and Miss
c Mabel Porter, secretary of tho Associ
ated Charities, was made secretary.
General Secretary E. p. Denlson of the
Young Men's Christian association, chair
man of a committee appointed at a pre
vious meeting to suggest means . of ac
complishing the eprt sought, recom
mended the organization of an associa
tion, primarily of lay citizens and also
including professional social workers,
with regular membership fees and meet
ings, to discuss and study exclusively
local problems In social service. Close
co-operation with the Commercial club's
s s . 'i's
FLAG HOISTED AT OREIGHTON,
Sixty-Foot Flagpole in Presented by
the Senior Class.
HAVE PATRIOTIC CEREMONIES
Munr Sotahlss Are rifsent Presi
dent Mmtcrney nellrera n Mlr
rlna; Addrea nn Pn-trlotUm.
Crelghton university atnpus was the
scene of a patriotic celebration yesterday
morning, the occasion being tho presenta
tion of a sixty-foot flagpole to tho univer
sity by members of tho ssnor academic
class of the arts college, nearly fifty In
I number. Tim large steel pole, set In a
1 base' of solid concrete, stands Just south
I of the university obsenatory t'pon the
' base Is a bronte plate, upon which are
'engraved the names of the class mem
Nearly l.WVj people were present to wit
i ness tht ceremony, and nil Joined heartily
In the pledge to the flag, which was lend
h Paul V. Harrington. The pledge was
,as follows. "We pledge allegiance to the,
illag, and to the principles for which It
Hnnds--Ono Cod; One Plag, One Coun-
try " '
The ceremony opened with a student
procession from the university entrance
to the flagpole. Heading the students was
a band plavlng a patriotic air, fotlowed
Immediately by a large coterie of upper
ii-l.iss.men carrying an immenso American
I The entire assemblage tven stood with
bared heads and repeated the pledge to
uca Tla SCO Slock Ginger Club on South
StattiaUi trtet euro has .alien pains, to
decorata every rhow window and lamp
post rritii flags, and will har a, war
time fife and drum corps paradlnc the
streets Saturday afternoon and ovcnlns.
Many stores and office buildings also
have appropriate decorations,
To commemorate tho day flttinRly, tho
first public concert in an Omaha park
will "be given tomorrow- at Hanscom park,
wilth patriotic selections on the 'program
The Pourth Infantry band, under Director
Al Falrbrother, will play.
Stemorlal services at Porcst I.awn,
Prospect Hill, Holy Sepulchre, Jewish,
Mount Hope, WcBt I-awn..and Bohemian
Charities' committee and with other slml-iCometerleH wljl e held In the morning,
lar organizations, was advised. A good
sized membership of prominent citizens
was urged. .In order to give the league
Influence In whatever, lL declcit to do.
Alter a general discussion, the report
was cdopted, and Chairman Scott Wan
authorized to remain at the head of tho
organization for the time being and ap
point committees on organization and
programs, with tho next meeting to bo
held at his call. The matter of a play
ground survey, now before the city com
missioners, was brought up by Ed D.
with decoration of graves, by various sec
tions of the Women'o Relief corps and
auxiliary sections of tho Spanish veter
ans. Tho , principal cemetery exercises
will be given at Forest Lawn, by a Joint
committee of the women.
Veterans at Andlturlnm.
Assembly 'Of the veterans for the march
to tho Auditorium will be at Sixteenth
and Capitol avenue at 3 p. m. Those
marchlwj will bo a platoon of police,
Young Men's Christian association band,
Oepson. but was referred without action ! ih. nav1 c,ub, ot X7a,l0r18'
Hold Memorial D.ay
Mem6rlal day exercises .will be held nt ! asfcociatlon band.
Mnpcs Fife and Drum corps, Grand Army
veterans, Spanish war veterans, and
speakers and committee chairmen In car
riages. Row Edwin Hart Jenks, D. D pastor
of tho First Presbyterian church, will de
liver the address at the Auditorium serv
ices. The balance of the program will be;
Overture. Young Mens Christian
the Auditorium Saturday morning by the
2,(00 parochial school children of Omaha,
South Omaha and Benson unier tha
auspices ot the Knights ot Columbus.
Fourteen schools will be represented.
The schools that will participate are:
St. Phllomena's, Father Stcnson; St
Wenceslaus, Father Vranek; School of
the Assumption, Father Chudalak; Im
maculate Conception, Father Kalamaya;
St. Joseph's Father Facltlcus; St Francis.
Father Gluba. St- Bridget's, St. John's,
St. Peter's, St. Cecelia's. St. Patrick's,
Holy FAmlly, Holy Angela' and Benson
The pupils of each school will be seated
In a separate section of the Auditorium
and before the exercises begin will glvo
their yells by schools and then alt shout
In unison. Knights ot Columbus will
usher and the balconies will be opsn to
the public. William P. Gurlcy.wlll make
the address and the remainder or the
program will be us follows, commencing
at JO a. m., with John A, Bennewltz as
matter of ceremonies:
Lord's prayer, led by new P. A. Flan
agan of Holy Angels' church.
Sonc,: "America," by students waving
flags, led by Prof. T. It. Reese.
Lincoln's Gettysburg address, Paul C.
Harrington of Crelghton university.
Song. "Star Spangled Banner."
Prayer. "For the Soldier Dead," Father
Song. "Columbia, the Uem of the
Increase in the rapacity of the govern
ment. powder factory at Indian Head, Sid.,
,so that smokeless powder, used by the
navy In times of peace, may bj manu
factured there, would be provided for by
an amendment to the naval appropriation
bill, adopted yesterday by the senate.
rrctvlslons alrticd against price discrim
ination and acainst exclusive, agency con
tracts were perfected by the house today ,
In the. consldeiatlon of tne fiayton uri
to supplement the ant -trust laws. Scoria
of amendments designed to alter the
measure aa framed by the Judlclar com
mittee were tcd down.
Invocation, Rev. M.
Song. Young Men s
tion Glen club
Reading roll or the year s aeao, Kev.
W. S. Hampton.
Tans. W. L. uackett. united states
Song. Miss Florence Galr Easier,
Lincoln's Gettysburg addrese, Rev. T.
J INI ei ck Ay
Vong. Young Men's Christian association
'National hymn. "America.'
Benediction, Rev T J Mackay
Following are the subcommittees of the
Grand Army of the Republic who have,
charge of the- Memorial day exercises!
Speakers-C. W. Allen. G. Rathbun, M.
J. Feenan, Fred Fero.
Schools-F. W. Simpson, G. S. Guild,
Emery Johnson. Charlen Haffke.
Pinance-R. S. Wilcox. Klijah Punn,
V. .11 Stephens, Frank Whlpperman.
Invitatlon-C. W. Allen. O. R. Rath
bun, M. J. Feenan, Nels A. Lundgrcn.
Decoration and Transportation C. M.
Hamster. G. S. Guild. Elijah Dunn. Hollla
Muslc-G. R. Rathbun. W. H. Grei-n.
Emery' Johnson. Nels A. Lundgren.
Program W. II. Green. CI. R. Rathbun.
M. J. Feenan. Frank Whlpperman, Mrs.
E. J. Clark, Mre. V. Moree, Mrs. J. C.
Reed. Mrs. Terry Miller.
Flowers Mrs. Addle E. Hough, Mrs.
Emma .1. Clark, Mrs. V, Morse, Mrs.
Savnl Club at MWlpr I'nrk.
In memory of departed' sailors, tho
members of tho Naval club, In uniform,
will go to Miller park after the Audi
torium servlco In the afternoon, nnd
there launch a miniature battleship In
tho park lake. The vessel, 4K by 1!0 feet
In size, will be decorated with flowers,
and Ita launching will be attended with
appropriate memorial exercises. It was
made at the home ot William Brogberg,
172 North Twenty-first street, all the
ex-navy men having some part In Its
r.nnrdn to Fire Salute.
During the special cemetery service at
Forest Lawn In the morning salutes will
be fired over the graves of departed
heroes by a squad of National guards
men. Mrs. J. H. Berger will be marshal
of the Relief corps services at that ceme
tery. There will be singing and drills
by school children. Rev. II. P. Cornish
of 8outh Omaha will deliver the principal
address, after which "taps" will be
sounded by Bugler A. S. Kenworthy.
Spanish Vein nt Port Crook.
Spanish war veterans wilt hold a special
memorial service In honor of their own
dead at the Fort Crook cemetery Satur
day morning. Their annual public mem
orial service will be held Sunday after
noon at West Lawn cemetery, with Harry
O. Palmer aa the speaker.
the flag, after which the Stars and Stripes
were holsteit to tho summit of the pole
by Mayor James C Dahlman.
"O Columbia" was sung by the entire,
assemblage, and at the close of the ser
vices all present Joined in "My Country
'Tls of Thee." The flag pole was formally
presented by Leo. R. Revorldg?, secretary
treasurer ot the senior class. In a- brief
address, In which he stated that It was a
sense of loyalty to tho University which
moved the presentation, and that the class
took this means of expressing Its patrio
tism and gratitude for tho honcftta re
ceived from the faculty of the university-
President Eugene A. Magevncy of
Crelghton University formally accepted
the gift, saying In part aa follows: "It Is
with pleasure that I accept on behalf ot
Crelghton College tho handsome present
which you are donating today with audi
an elaborte and becoming ceremonial, NO
doubt it will long continue in the posses
sion of the college, a fitting memorial of
your gratitude to the Institution which
has dono so much for you by laying the
foundation of whatever success will crown
you efforts In after life. It will also be
an Indication ot that patrlotto spirit which
is taking possession of you thus early,
and which, let us hope, will grow stronger
within you ' as the years advance.' For
love of country, you know, Is, one of th
noblest and purest Inst'ncta of our nature
It was sown within us by the Author of
our being not In vain, but for a fan-each-Ing
and all wise purpose,"
Charles F. Bongardt, president of the
senior class, read an original poem on
Edward P. Smith, local attorney, deliv
ered tha address to the students. "The
Private In tho Ranks" was Mr. Smith's
theme. His eulogy of the private soldier
In the army and the private of social and
business life, brought htm repeated ap
plause. Preceding the flag pole ceremony, the
student body of the university attended
special chapel services under the auspices
of the student sodality In the college
chapel. Rev Peter C. Oannon' of the
True Voice delivered the sermon.
Key to the Situation Oer Advertising.
fwhen You Buy at the "UiiioF
You Are in the Hands of Friends
Everything is done here to make you happy and .contented in your deal
ings with us. Read the specials we offer for Decoration Day, then come in
and save money on Summer Clothes. We invite you to use your unques
tioned credit in the purchase of all you need.
OU PEEL PdORLY
m THE SPRING
In tbo spring your blood needs
cleansing and ertrlchlng. largely be-1
cause your diet haB been chiefly i
heavy and your lfe mostly indoors ,
during tne winter; There is some
eruption on your (ace and body, your
appetite is poor, your sleep is broken,
and you are tired all tbe time.
Tou need to take Hpod a Sarsapa
rllla. Ask your druggist for it. It
makes the pure red blood that will
make jou feel better, look better, eat
and sleep better. Get It today.
Decoration Day Bargains in
The klnd that you will be proud
to wear Cut and tailored in the
season's newest models. All
sizes, and your choice ot the plain
colors or fancy mixtures. Very
moderately priced at
$6,75, . $9.75, $12,75
Many styles in the newest lasts,
$5.00 down CA
At Prices to Suit Every Purse
Ladies' Suits, $9.95 to $18.50
Ladies' Coats, $6.95 to $19.50
The season's prettiest styles,
the city's most liberal terms.
Wash Dresses, special, $5.95
Pretty Waists at 39c and 89c
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' "EVERYBODY'S STORE"
Our Store Will Be Closed Saturday Morning
From 8:30 till 12:00 Noon
In Honor of Heroes Dead
and Heroes Living
SPECIAL JUNE SALES
ALL OVER THE STORE
Beginning Monday, June First
Every section of this big store contributes unusual values in mer
chandise of tho wanted sort.
Se display windows and Sunday's paper for particular. ,
Is the big day for Bee Want Ads
To Avoid Disappointment
bring your Want Ad to The Bee office
before 7:30 tonight. Or you can tele- ;
phone your advertisement and have it
charged. ' Before you forget about it, call '
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