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TUB OMAHA SUNDAY BKE: MAECII 14, 1915.
CITY PLANNING BILL
MEETING WITH FAYOR
Citic Leagnie Heart Report from
Worken at Lincoln that Measure
Will Be Passed.
GARDEN CONTESTS TO CONTTNTO
Encouraging news of the progress
of the Omaha elty-planning bill, sen
ate til No. 94, la the legislature,
ass reported last night at th an
nual meeting of the Omaha CItIc
league, held at the city hall. Thoma
R. Kimball was elected president.
"The clty-plannlng bill haa been
kindly received and is coming along
nicely," said Jesse Palmer, represen
tative from Douglas county. "I feel
ure that It will pass at an early
The measure has been passed by
the senate and Is now pending In th
bouse, nith the entire Donglaa
bounty delegation working bard
for It. I
About thirty delfts ta the league
from various improvement elube and
other civic bodies attended th meeting.
General Frederick T. Brnlth was presi
dent and active head of the ra-antsatloa
until he moved away from, Omaha. Mr.
KImban. as rice president, prealded last
aucht. In addition to hla election to the
presidency, the following other effloere
and directors were chosen:
Flrat vice president, Francis A. Broraa;
otood Mea preeklent, Charles hi. A. John
son; third vice prenldsnt, Mrs. A. W.
prfferUi secretary, Hny Towl: treasurer,
. H. Green; directors, C. 1 Hhemp.
CMrmT. Morton, Paul W. Kuhne, Victor
SToeewaUr. Mrs. C. W. HaVfe. Robert H.
Wnnley, W. R. Watson. Joseph Poloar,
t;or J. Kleffaer, K. J. Morton, Her
bert M. Bogexs, Charles A. (Jose, F. J.
Tarsart. H. U. Peters and Watson Town
sec d. ,
' Annual reports were mad by John A.
FUne oo etty planning, Cbartea E. Ai
Johnson on city sanitation and Thomas
K. Xlraball on city fceauttflcatlon by
aardens. Suggestions war mad for
better sanitary conditions, sewer exten
sions and cleaner streets, alleys, yards
and vacant property.
It waa announced that the league's plan
of garden contests, held last year, would
be followed again this spring on a
larger scale, with attractive prises to tbe
winners. Details of tbe contests will be
arranged by th committee, -Contestaate.
The following contestants, In the order
named, were announced by Mr. Kimball
as winners of last rear's garden contests:
. W. Preston. J. IL Cramer. F. W,
Ureenman. Arthur Klanschie, John
Rabbe, Rhea Ilardtmeyer, Fred Tltnme,
Stanley Wallin. Frank Novak, Lillian
Hagsdale, Conrad Waldllsh, Mrs. J. F,
MazwelL Helen Tracy, Mrs. J. 8. White
and Able Kohn. Only five prises had
been planned, but on account of th ex
cellent garden work exhibited, fifteen
prise, totaling SMO, had to be given.
Investors with money read th Real
Kstate ads ta The Bee. Advertise your
property for a Quick sale.
Young Lawyers Not
to Fear High Court
"Do not be afraid ct Uie supreme court"
This wss the advice given to the young
attorneys of the Barristers' club by Chief
Justice A. M. Morrissey of the supreme
c urt in a short talk to them at noon at
the Commercial club, lie told them that
too often the young lawyers fear the su
preme cdurt because they are not sure
just how to act there. "I have noticed
It my short experience on the bench
there," he said, "that the young lawyers
get along as well as the older and mora
The Justice aald aU lawyers, young and
Id. aeom to forget one thing, namely,
that the supreme court is not familiar
with their case when tt comes before
them, and that they must state their case
clearly, why they are before the higher
cenrt, what the case was to begin with,
hat the contentions were and how and
.hy the rase was lost In the lower courts.
"The attorney must state ' clearly to
the supreme court his position in the
lower, court," he said. "The supreme
Judge knows the law. but he is not ex
pected to be familiar with the cases that
come to him until he haa heard them."
He said the lawyers assume too often
that the eupreme Judges knew alt about
their case -without their' stating It
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BKIEF CITY NEW3
Save moot Mat r New Beacon Free
are-eee-OTamaea Ce.. Lighting future.
sTebreska Barlajrs aaa feeaa Ass
New office between city ball and Fo
tensile hotel. Sit South Eighteenth Bt
Todays Complete Merle Frag-rasa
lasslfled section today, and appears In
The Bee EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what
the various moving picture theaters offer.
( Ta Mate Beak f Omasa paya 4
per cent on time deposits, t per cent on
savings account. All deposits in this
bank are protected by the depositors'
guarantee fund of the state of Nebraska.
X aspects Fori Charles A. Mac ate.
United 8 tat re customs agent at BL Louis,
is la Omaha on a regular trip over his
territory, which Includes th port ef
Omaha, of which Cadet Taylor Is col
Walter Ore Aoqnitted Walter Grow
of South Omaha was acquitted by a jury
In Judg English's district court of a
charge of manslaughter arising from th
shooting of Frank Glrard June 2. Grow
Qaieklr Hooated and aaally accessible
are two prime requisites of desirable
fflo location. Tenants m Th Be build
ing, "tb building that ts always new,"
find thee two conditions of great service
bt building up their business.
lerrloee a M. ! fit MarVS
English Lutheran Churota. TwentietA and
Burdett streets. I Orott Pastor-U a.
m "The Building. Tbe AxcMteci.- t:
p. hi., -Prayer, Faith, Means." Sunday
school at :4S a. m.. Christian Endeavor
by yonng people, f iS pv sn.
nee KaUroad Oeorre H. Marten, an
attorney, haa brought suit In district
court against th Chicago A Northwest
ern railway for t250fi0 tor alleged libel
a th reerult of th filing ef a eta rem eat
In tbe Pottawattamie eotnsty Oewa) dav
trict court by Aleaaader Ketenyi, a
former dleat of Marten.
Zoee Two Tlngea Cam FonruMo,
3U Woolworth avenue, laborer at th
Inner MaaaroM ooibpSay, Fonrttmth
end Jaekson streets, lost two finger eg
his right hand Saturday rooming wheel
the members caught la maahlnary at the
plant. He was attended by Dr. CL St
rn vna.ttAe liner Infia a mA mi
your druggist today ar4 get a 14 oent
t.ox cf Pyramid Pile Kemedy. It will
give quick relief, and a slns-le hex often
ciiraa. A trial
Faokage mailed free In
f you send us coupon
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Don't bo satisfied with Jnit Urn
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"STBty-wrB,M a Cold ramady of
merit that baa stood tb toot of
years, and la more popular today
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Pleasant to take, handy to carry,
fits the vest pocket
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Xtunphreya nomeo. Medicine Co., lt
William Street New Verk.
Featuring the Magnificent
$125,000 Production of
rs. Leslie Gar i
f.. 'rll ft mi ik
Betldot Several Ciher Ei turprisst
Oompleto Symphony Orchestra.
Solos by High Class Vocalists.
Our Own Animated Weekly. ;
See and Hear the Musical Movies.
Starting tomorrow evening, seats
may be purchased in advance for
Night Performances, good for the
entire evening show, starting 8:30.
15 and 25 Oto.
Felts and removed to Bt Joseph's hos
pital. Bays Me Was Meld Vp Ben Hudson
of Rock Island, 111., appeared at police
headquarters Saturday morning and de
clared that while waiting to register at
a lodging house he was held up st the
point of a revolver and robbed of his
gold match. He could not locate the
lodging house or give the police a very
good description of the man who held
him up. Detectives investigating the
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story hsva arrested on msa on us
asa Besaraa Sylvester R. Rush,
Sfeclal assistant to the attorney general
of th United (Hates, he returned from
Florida, where he has been for somj time
In connection with land fraud cases
growing out of the everglades swamp
land promotion. He says the government
won a victory In the pending suits by
Will Your GAS RANGE
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have the Gas Stove that does that very
thing The Chambers Flrolcco Cook
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The business of the old world is at a standstill while
the flower of its manhood is being crushed, lands and
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dying from wounds and starvation.
We are losing millions of dollars in exports and this
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additions to stamp paster albums, or for use on corres
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IHi v0 I! i sPRtAo twis idea !; frii rwjf !:
convincing the district Judg that he bad
enlarged wttk Aiding SeUagaeaer
Order to file charges of aiding and abet
ting the delinquency of Weldoa Parland,
IT years old, against persons in charge
of the saloons of Peter Rooney and
James Pllk, Tenth street and Capitol
avenue, at times when, Psrland said, he
visited them at night, wsre Issued by
Juvenile Judge Scars.
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" Leave oara at borne. . Dine wliero the but
roundings add a charm found xwwhere else in ;
tOwTi. Every Sunday night a Dinner de Luxe
at one-fifty the person enables you, at mod- ,
erate expense, to learn the culinary delights
of the now hotel. There is no expense in the
enjoyment of a music program of rare excel
lence from six to nine. This new hotel, with
ita Dining Booms, is a realization of a neces
sity in a modern, progressive city. Moder
ate prices make it a convenience to you and
not a luxury the luxury is all in your sur
roondings. BUILT FOB YOU TO ENJOY."
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