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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1915)
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BEIEF CITY NEWS
oot ria IV-New Baaron "rVaaa
fNi(lrudii Co. L)f hunt funira
Tira CUif Baoorsrs Hr Oilff
ftoarl Salter Is back at work afipr a
taw days of Indlxpoaltlon.
Yabraak SartBfa ana fceaa uru
Naw offiea between city hall fcnd Ton
(Unatls hotel, at South Klhtcnth ft
Satlar at tlnooln City Commissioner
(Tan Butler hu Bona to Lincoln to look
after lartalaUlon affecting Omaha'a mu
Taa mat Bank at Omaha para 4
par cant on tlma depnatu. t per rent on
avlnss accounts. All deposits In thia
bank r protected by tha deroaltora
"Today's Completa Korta rrorrm"
Classified aertlon today, and apraara In
1ba Bea EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what
tha various moving- picture theatera offer,
marante fund of tha atate of Nebraska.
A VaaUaf ef acartty is one of tha
Jsantltas acquired when ycu offloa In The
iBaa Building, "the building that la ai
rways new." See tia now for a few rooma
available April 1.
14 for Jtiraalla Court Carl Mar
tin, U.yaar-old ao'n of Mr. Jennie Martin,
1488 Sahlep street, la being held by tha
Jurenlla authorities for breaking Into a
house and taking a big commode. Martin
la said to have gained entrance to a real-
dence acroas tha atreet from Ma home
with a akeleloti key and taken the
Aunt Would Ba BUa Onardlaa An
application for appointment of a
guardian for Fred W. Pleuler, racently
candldala for tha city council, hae been
filed In county court by Mra. Henrietta
Vrandcla. Ttt Spencer street, Ma aunt.
tJsaa JrHtwher aa Waapoa Tom Harris.
J-M North Fifteenth atreet, waa scntonce4
to forty-five days In the county Jail for
assaulting John Bell, hla roommate, with
with a water pitcher. According to the
police, Harris la wanted by the le
Jailed for Beating Wife .). J. Jon-.
21i1 Clark street, was given thirty days
In the county Jail for abueing his wife.
Mrs. Jones appeared In court and testi
fied that her hauband ' had not only
blacked hr eye, but beat her about the
body in a moat brutal faahlon.
Fireman Must Pay
Alimony or Quit
The city commlsalonera hav directed
Superintendent C. H. WithneU of the
fire department to suspend Firemen John
Q'llncy Adams unless he compllee with a
court order which requires that he pay
his divorced wife a monthly allowance.
SCOTTISH RITE MEN GATHER)
Spring 'Reunion of Valley of Omaha
Convents, with Hundred Can
didates to Be Initiated.
VISITORS FROM OUTSIDE ATTEND
The spilng reunion of Scottish Rita
Masons of the valley of Omaha, which
include tha Jurisdiction of Nebraska and
western Iowa, convened at tha Scottish
lllte temple yesterday with lOti can
didates for the ttcgreea. LVirtng the
morning and afternoon aclons work was
done in the loda of Perfective leu
desrers in all being Riven.
The candidates came frxun all rails of
this state and from all over western
Iowa. The work is being exemplified by
Henry Clark .Vlveison. sovereign grand
Inspector general of Nebraska; Frank C.
Tatton. venerable truster: Kdgar N.
Bowles, preceptor; Tinlcy lYitnfoa, wisa
master; John H. Grossman, master of
kadosh, and Carl C Herring, registrar.
There aro numerous vlsftora front out
side the jui Isdlctlon, among thorn bolrm
Supremo Inlster of Ptate Hugo of Pit
luth, who Ts also inspector general of the
At noon luncheon was served In the
banquet rooms, where covers for WO were
laid. The meat was tinder the direction
of tha Awttish lilte Woman a club, whl h
is an important auxilllary. Tu memtjei
ehlp In this club the wives, mothers.
iVmshicrs. and sisters of all Scottish Hit
Masons are eligible and all such who are
in tin- diy l ave a standing Imitation to
ieit the temple.
Totl.iy tho lodge work will be In tha
Chapter of Roso Col. Wednesday In the
Mreceptory, and ThuiMay In the Con
M story, with a banquet In tha avenlng.
TRAINS BLOCKED FOR WEEK
NOW RUNNING TO WINNER
The Northwestern sttinday suci ceded in
ci'rning Its line from Honesteel to Win
ter and got a train through, tha first In
more than a week. In opening tha Una It
la asserted that cuts ten to twenty feet
deep were cempietely filled with lea and
snow, packed In ao hard, that many of
thorn had to be dug through with picks
Ratltoad men assert that all through
the northern pait of Nebraska snow still
covers tha ground to a depth of twelve to
Strewathena Sow Mack. Ilrlaa
Take six dropa of Sloan's Unlment four
times a day and apply to small of back.
It kills pain. All drugglsti.-Advertlse,-
r ' asaw, -'J? ffW.Tl m Sr"l IJ a gp
you to remember
for the kiddies and
yourself; its great
benefits to teeth,
breath, appetite and
digestion; its cleanli
ness and wholesome
ness in the air-tighted
sealed packages; its
two different and
delicious flavors and
the gift coupons too:
We have published
a unique little booklet:
'lyIIClCrS MOTHER CO OS 30"
' introducing ihm SpearmenI
-SOE A lV(tAH-THC J
BOOK SUBJECT SrXH
JABCZ1 TOBCWCU. I
You ought to see the merry antics
of these little men 28 pages, litho
graphed in handsome colors 1 Fun
for grown-ups and children.. Send
a postal today for your copy!
IYM. WniOLEV ifff. CO.
1202 tVvsiter MmlUtng Chief, Itllmttm
Wm i he Ust ot Hiffh Livincr
'Hi!'"'" "h '
iH ,.,nw pit?
t3t S JV.'J
is not in dollars and cents alone, but in the breaking down
of those vital functions of the body that bring happiness
and long life. Neither the high cost of living nor the cost
of high living need disturb the man or woman who knows
Tmm,. 1 r CI 3 J 1 1X71 1 T X 71 a
x wu ui incise tiisp, uiuwu iuuvcs ui oiiicuucu vvnuic vvneat,
served with hot milk, make a warm, nourishing, satisfying
meal and the total cost is not over five cents. It supplies
all the human body needs to work on or play on. Keeps the
stomach sweet and clean and the bowels healthy and active.
Two Shredded Wheat BUeuita, heated in the oven to restore crUpnes, enred
with hot milk or cream, make a complete, nourithinir. tatitf rinsr meal at a total
coat of fire or the cents. Also delicious with fruiU. TRISCUIT U the Shredded '
Wheat Wafer, eaten a a toast with butter or toft cheese, or at a substitute for
white flour bread or crackers.
k, . I U'i."j V-.W II M7t.
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Made only by The Shredded Wheat Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. .
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1 n 1 1 ti' -Ti 1 1 1 ii 1 1 i i i "" iiiiUUlUiH
lltltt m ill' t'li'i'tyt "1111 HMWaf
Indiana Auto Train
to Stop Over Here
A tialtt of sixt aiM'muiila fimn In-
dianapolla tanyiiiK ovn- i tomisls la
to arrlv in Onmhit smiir tlnin In .Tunc.
Tlia ii a I to iir Uiosp ef nipmirr
of ih tlnoslsr A 1 1 1 1 iluh lilli plsns
lia (hat ninny or ilrtvlng to tho Shii
Kranvlsco rwosiltun. II. K. l"rvioi loK-
scn, (vmsiU at lata of Ilia T.lncnln llish-
wsy ciminTtaslnii lias ut loturnoii from
1i'iivi hor lie hail nuinei ons oonfr-
nfs wHU t'io IVnvrr Aulo .lull. Ilo
l'Sin".1 thsrp of thp roniing of. llio Indian-
i spoils rort. It as Ihla way: Tim
Hooi(r Audi dull rolo the TVnxrr Aulo
i lull Hnklim for the Ik'SI anfl most attrai -lr
ioiiIo for thMii to lW with tlislr
sitly i sra to R to San S'rani'ls. o hy ay
ui Ivnvti. Ths linvsr club a1lai1 thrm
: to go frcm laillanspoiia In C'hk'sgo, l"hi
i ihko to onialiM. Oniaha to lrnvtr, and
I mi on. Thn Hoonisrs havs aonrlM th
i siittgiiMlim, anil ar to spfh'l a ntgtil anil
Priians a day In Omaha.
Oiimlia hotol people, garags inanagsrs.
husinrss ant anrlsl orssniratlons
iltn to the llooslor Auto club to sxtanil
thrni psiviinal InvitAtlons. John J. Mon
ahan of Itullanapolis Is pirslrleilt of lh
lio"nlri' Aulo i hitv anil is to tl ths hlj
train of aulrs to sn FY.im-ltii -o.
Most of Wheat Sent
Direct to Millers
While tlility-slKht rara of whett w
rKvlvfit In Omaha, hut thii'B "tt atltn
tha markrt. Tha bulk waa consigns In
millers and was not for sal. Tha mar
Ket was lower, prices being r,U 1 to 2'i
rents from flaturJay, sales hlng rrtarle
Corn waa un hange4 from Saturday,
selling arcMind VTv, cants pr bushal.
rteorlpta weia forty. two tars.
Oats were, urx r anged to rent lowar.
tha rang In prk-ea being ISrj ceni
Store Hours-8,'30 A. M. to 6 P. M.; Saturday, Till 9 T. M.
Monilni, Mitrth U2. Ilii
MTOHK XKUS KOH Jl KHIIAY.
l"anc I). 1ST
Tho Special Displays of
CONTTNUK TUESDAY , S
and throughout the week. 5
Ytm'll find them eAcep4ioiully' y
interesting we want yon to com
and view them.
MISS ' S X -T O - SIXTKFA'
YJ-iVKaS" will be gratified 1o
8m? the smart frocks whii'h have
been "elerteil for her with such
great fare, (Seeond Floor).
THE Infant's Wear Department la brim
ful of dainty new garment for tha
we little folks. (Second Floor.)
THEN there.'B the play suits and frocks
for the small boy and girl. Garmoota
that Invite hard play and defy hard tub
bing. (Second Floor.)
tvkiio HTFI. L netllKees of crepe deJ
D chines, OeorKette crepes, etc., tbat be-
gpeak luxury nd comrort are shown la
attractive displays. (Second Floor.).
THE Sprln- wash fabrics afford an un
limited field to exercise Individual
taste in colorings. Weaves that are so
generally becoming. (Main Floor )
THE silks are charming In color snd de
siicn bo ft In weave. Never before
has the assemblage been more tempting.
THE Blouse Section affords an excep
tionally "wide range of selection, but
n Idea can be gained of the beauty with
out one's actually seeing the display.
Opening Days in Our Splendidly Arranged
Millinery Section on the Second Floor
IT'S a display well worth yonr attention. An exposi
tion of the new and correct modes in millinery that
has again proven the influence of this section on th
women of Omaha. Their comments on our displays
on their differentness were most favorable. '
Tuesday We Feature Smart
Tailored Hats at
These hbw hats for tho Spring season are shown in uu-
usually attractive models, representing the newest
style features; many of them made in our own work
room, copies of very high-grade Parisian models.
The colorings and trimmings are especially designed
for street and dress wear, featuring (he present vogu"
of wing, quill and ribbon el feels.
B urts a-araiali Oo. aaan nan.
i. . r- 1 i BURGESS-NASH 00 MP ANY
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with a coupon neck
Did you receive a prem
f not, let us know it is
f xb. I
All Under On Roof
nvr glow- in hsjping
thenr fair partners ef tU
!anc to cool, valvcty Ic Craanv.
TKsn, it's positfva pleatur to "tit
one out"- apeciall wkn you'ro
surv, for your own taL, that it't
thi:omajia uiiK -
THK HOMK PAPKK
THE BEE BUILDING
"Th building that it atwayt nno"
Safety . fireproof.
Location none better.
Service ask any tenant.
Comfort tenants seldom leave.
Apply to building superintendent, Room 103.
THE BEE BUILDING COMPANY
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