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MIEF CITY NEWS
ntml I Nw KMtron Frees
Bates-raaae Ca. UfMlasflatareej.
reaiins of aweamy is eee o the
beafltes acquired wbm jrctt orflc. In The
Bee. BuUdlnr, "tbe bundles; tat Is al
ways new." Fe u now tor fc few room
araliable April t
lector at First Christian. Caarca
Jacoe 8. Shield, Boston, will lecture
Friday and Saturday night at the First
Church of Christ. Scientist, at Twenty
fourth street and 8U Mary's avenue.
laa State aa mt Omaha paya 4
par cent on tlma depoatu. I per cent on
savlafs accounts. All deposits la this
bank are protected -jr the deiKMritors'
ruarantea fund of the state of Nebraska,
Today's Complete Moris Frosiwse
elaeslfLU section today, and appears la
The Bee IXCXU8IVETLT. lno out what
the various movlnr picture theaters offer,
guarantee fund of the state of Nebraska
T Make Some . a Orefoa Miss
- Graoo Ward, niece of the late William
T. Canada, leaves for Bend, Or., Thurs
day, tsHine with her Mrs. Cans-la. They
expect- to reside tn Oregon, where they
hare relatives. . . ;
Colonel Canning-bam to Speak "The
1'evtl in Literature" Is the subject of an
address to the Omaha Philosophical so
ciety by Colonel C, G. Cunningham at
? Sunday. The society meets In Labor
temple,. Nineteenth and Farnam streets.
Anderson keleased- Earl M. Anderson
of Dea Moines, held as a federal prisoner
In the county Jail since last November
on a white slave charge, has been die
charged from custody. Jle was arrested
by the police on complaint of his wife.
,'Mrs. Pearl Anderson.
ZIMMAN, JARDUTE, SIMON WIN
J. C. Dahlman.
J.' to. Hummel
V. Huge I
CY II. lYlthnell
Thomas MeGovern ........
Dan li. Butler
II. n. Zimman.
W. S. Jardlne
A. A. LamoreauK
J. C. nrexel
Harry J. Harket . '.
Next Two In Order
W. McDonald .
JTew Apartment Hons Hastings &
Heyden commenced excavation work on
their lot at Twenty-seventh and Harney
streets, upon which a modern apartment
house will be erected. The house will
have six four-room apartments and eight
of two rooms each.
Body Takea to Battle Creek The
body, ot Miss Maynie Olltner, who ended
her life by Inlialine illuminating gus in a
boarding house at G42 South Nineteenth
street, Monday morning, was taken to
Battle Creek,- Neb., Tuesday fur burial,
J. N. Oiltner, father, of the girl, was In
Omjxha and made the. arrangements.
Sprain His . Ankle Jim McKlnzle of
Boise, Idaho, was brought to police head
quarters with a sprained ankel Wednes
day morning which he received while
jumping from an express wagon at Ninth
and Douglas streets. He was attended
by Dr. C. B. Kelts and then taken to the
Salvation Army Industrial' home, 'where
he will be kept' until recovery. Mc
Kinslc was without funds.
Olss Club Concert The Association
Glee club, assisted by May Flanagan
Joseph Woolcry, Ralph Wood and Harold
H. Thorn, will give a concert Thursday
night at the Diets Memorial church,
Tenth and Pierce streets, for the bene
fit of the Sunday school piano fund
Others to take part will be G. f. Swan
son. Jess Johnson," George Skalla, M.
lWaekson', Walter Seltzer, O. a Hudson
and Lee O. Kratz. .
Longer Term Pair
Unable to Put Over
P.ITV I ATT. on vim I
AftL WIN PLACES
Present 1 Commissioner! Are
nominated in Contest at
Revised figures of the primary
election In Omaha Thursday for city
commissioner shows that Mayor
Dahlman'a lead over the entire field
Is a substantial margin, his total be
log 7,969. At the primary three
years ago be received 6,056.
Hummel. Kugel, Wlthnell, Mo-
Govern and Butler followed . the
mayor In the order named. Ryder la
ninth tn the list, Zimman breaking
Into the first division of seven and
Jardlne leading Ryder.
All of the present city commission
ers were renominated, Zimman be
ing the only outsider to get within
the first seven, and Ryder being the
only present commissioner to show a
decided slump. Ryder's vote threo
years ago was 4,528; yesterday.
Nominees Chosen for City Commission
J. C. DAHLMAN".
J. B. HUMMEL.
A. C. Kt'QEU CH AS. WITHKELL.
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Vote Cast for Sixteen High Men
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Total!..7W 3ii:". 61W 5r M18 4J.'J 3341 5-T7 L37 2-142 r.7 4S 22! 21H7- 1?"
Total Votes of All the Candidates
D. B. BUTLER. H. B. ZIMMAN. W. S. JARD1NK.
TWO HUNDRED APPLY FOR
JOBS AT FEDERAL OFFICE
More than 200 application blanks have
ben filled out at the postoffire under
the new federal employment bureau act.
Most of these want positions as farm
hands or laborers, to which class of work
the net applies. Some, however, ask to
be employed on the railroad building; In
Alaska, and one wants the government
to procure him a place as a civil engineer.
A number of blanks have been filled out
also by. employers. All blanks are sent
to Denver, which Is headquarters for this
labor district. Including Nebraska, Colo
rado, and Wyoming. A number of em
ployers and employes have been brought
y " JMLjA tt ;. yv. "
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3. 3. RYDER. EDWARD SIMON. A. A. LAMOREAUX J.' C. DREXEL.
1 i i I
. cV Jardlne..
Marry .1. llacket 27THor jorensen..iH.i
W. McDonald. 211 " r . amicn..
W. O. Shrtver... 19;R. nriesenow.ini
Thos. F. Stroud. .1TT!l M.F.Ftinkhouser !'
Ed K. Howell. ...17 .T. KOVP ; -
IP. J. veicn r
.144H Frunk J. Hllia..
Hertford. 1W K- M- Hrftnr..
atwlf . n llnve IVMlA.
ti:ll J. I'eter IM,,H.
tl'lN. 1. Anderson. ..I44H
WORKMEN NAME DELEGATES
TO GRAND LODGE SESSION
Omaha lodge No. IS. Ancient Order of
United Workmen, has named Its dele
satea to the grand lodae which meets at
Lincoln In May. The following were se
lected: C. H. Collier. J. Currsn.. D. 3.
Cullrn. C. Q. Wslker. T. 8. Oranvllle, C.
H. Reynolds. C. Weetertleld.
BOY CORN GROWERS PAY
VISIT TO STOCKYARDS
Twenty-lwo boys who were winners
of last year's corn contest st the Iowa
Agricultural college, accompanied by
Prof. Bliss of Ames, la,, visited tlio stock
yards Tuesday 1 and were entertained
by the management at luncheon. In the
contest they won prises furnished by the
Union 8tock Tarda company. The boys
were from 12 to IS years of age.
The Bee Want Ads Are Best Business
DAHLMAN IN CAMPAIGN TO
URGE AUDITORIUM BONDS
3. W. METCALFE. H. J. HACKETT.
Mayor Dahlman announces that during
hla campaign of the next few weeks hl torlum property by the city
will urge that the voters support tha
Auditorium bond proposition of $150,000,
which will be sumbltted on May 4.
coramiss4cner. Mcuovern win also sup
port this bond Issue. The other commis-
Isloners favor the purchase of the Audi
Ons of the -humorous revelations et the
primary Is a situation in which Treasurer
Ure and Clerk of the District Court
Smith and- State Senators Bedford and
Howell are the principal objects of In
terest. Ure and Smith have" been making their
bed and board at Lincoln for some time
la the Interests of a bill.; an amendment
to which would extend the tenure of their
office. It was generally understood
around town that this court house twam
was to "put over" Bedford and Howell
at the city primary.
Ur and Smith came up from Lincoln
Tuesday at 6 o'clock to vote and re
turned to the Capital city at 11 o'clock
Bedford and Howell did not come up
from Lincoln, feeling secure. It Is stated.
In the thought that Ure and Smith would
put them through.
The result of the prlmery as It at
fected Bedford and Howell is a political
morsel . which Is being relished at the
court house and the city hall.
GIRLS BETTER DEBATERS
THAN BELLEVUE YOUNG MEN
Nebraska ' City Ttlgh school - defeated
Bellevue academy by a 2 to 1 decision
at Bellevue last night 1n the second round
of the state high school league debates on
government ownership of railways. The
Nebraska City team, upholding tha nega
tive, was composed of Hasel Fullrlede,
Olga Alber and Sara James. The Bellevue
team was made up of Clint Day, Randall
Blart nad Jack Phelps.
The Judges were Secretary E. F. Den-
nison of the Young Men's Christian asso
ciation, Frank C. Bullta of the Nebraska
Telephone company and E. E. McMillan
of Omaha High school; President Nicholl
of Bellevue presided.
oar Stomach IndUestloo Cared
Your stomach and bowels need cleaning
oUt. Vr. King's New Life Pills give quick
relief. ' Only 2uc. . All druggists. Ad ver
SOCIAL SETTLEMENT HAS
FORMED A WOMAN'S CLUB
. The Woman's club of the Soulal Settle-
; ment ha completed' organlzatln with
membership of -thirty-five and plans soon
to federate with other local women's or
ganlxations. Mrs; Mary Fadll Is the pres
ldent, Mr. W. Y. Doten first vice pres
Idciit, Mrs. Baysdprfer second vice. pres
ident. Mrs. West secretary, Mrs. Mlchsel
Huller treasurer and Mrs. John KUIian
chairman of the membership committee
The Washington boys' elub will give
their monthly dinner Wednesday evening
at the settlement house. Louis Wavrin
and Anton and W. 8. Fadil of thedra
matlc club will give the program. The
Dramatic club Is rehearsing tor Its pro
duction of the "Merry Wives of Wind
sor," which will be given later In the
spring. The first Issus of "The Settle
ment'' wm be on fhe press the middle
of tb month.
Arrangements .for the Social Settle
ment's annual summer camp are being
completed. It is also planned to continue
the activities of the settlement house dur
ing the summer months. The tennis
courts will be in especially fine condition.
WHITE HOSE ATHLETES
SPEND NIGHT IN OMAHA
Tha members of the Chicago White
Pea No, 1 spent part of the night tn
Omaia. There were thirteen In the party
aad they arrived from the west at 1:30
o'clock In the -morning over the Rock
Island. They remained here until 7:40
o'clock, going out to Sioux City over tha
Northwestern. They are traveling In a
The Hose, were to play the Slotix City
team yesterday and today, returning to
Omaha tonight. Friday and Sat
urday they will play BUI Rourke's team
at the. Vinton street park.
Makes nl Feel Llk tfl.
"I suffered with kidney ailment for two
years.' writes Mrs. M. A. Bridges, Robin
son. Miss., "and commenced taking Foley
Kidney Pills about ten months ago.
am now able to do all my work without
fatigue. I am now a years of age and
feel llks a lt-year-old glrL" Foley Kid
ney Pills strengthen and Invigorate weak.
tired and deranged kidneys; relieve back.
ache, wak bark, rheumatism and blad
der trouble. They are tonic la action.
bold everywhere. Advertisement
Meta Fsbmsi Beck Beer.
Guaranteed to be the only Genuine
Bock Beer brewed In Omaha. On draught
and In bottles on and after April t.
William J. Swoboda, retail Dealer. Phone
Douglas 222.-TAdvertUement. .
Now the. Supper Dance
Beginning Thursday - eve and con
tmuing u you will, a series of
Souper Dansants. Arrange for your
table with it.' Charles Maya'rd. The
. t ; :
price you pay you shall say. Know
this, that everything is cooked bet
ter, served better than anywhere
else in town. - 1
!K. I. Morrw....K . Mm. . f
M E. Wsloh
km'E. A, Krl-eon....
wn J. j. ('union
Mn!.l. A. Davis
WW, 4". Miller
7"jT. M. C. l.lrm-
".mi ft. H. Oalliurne.
.' v. M. Nasll
T M. J. I-aooy
Frank Hark?r.. 4 l. H. Christie. ..
Ma Klrhl.um H4.1:V. Ilylnml
J. N. Carter......
A. W. Bonner...
W. N. Chambers.
.1. 8. Oooiey.
l.oils V. Ouye...
John W. Light..
A. T. MnnaRan..
FRED TURNER. VETERAN.
OMAHA SALESMAN, DEAD
Fred F. Turner, veteran Omaha sales
man. Is dead at St. Taut, Minn., accord
ing to word received here by friends. He
died at the home of his brother.
For the last few years he hss been
employed by tha Faxton-Oallagher firm.
Ha was to years old and a bachelor.
LOCAL ART PATROHS
Men to Form Auxiliary Association
at Banquet at Hotel Fonte
IMPORTANT OMAHA MOVEMENT
Ornslia men whe formed an auxiliary
assnrlstlon to asslKt the Fine Arts' asse
elation in purchasing pictures, will nei
hosts at a dinner In the banauet room
of the Hotel Fontenelle next Tuesday
evenh-g, to which their families amt
members of the Fine Arts association
will le Invited. Invitations are already
bring mailed. It Is expected that et th'e
dinner sn organisation will be formed
under the name ot the "Frlehds of Art
Association." and temporary offleera
Prof. Fred Morrow Fling has agreed
to be present and to speak on "Art and
Life." An effort is being made to have
F. Mopklnson Pmith also present. All
friends ef art who desire to participate
In the organisation wilt be welcome,
John 1 Webeter. one of the principal
Mr. Webster sstd about 100 prominent
mm have each subscribed $35 per year
for five years for this cause. Important
plans for . the advancement of art In
Omaha are understood to be Involved In
the movement. A musical art gallery h
been suggested. . ' ,.
The Be Want Ads Are vest Business
Boosters. . , .
Mareaseats er t-rtu ateasaers.
N AIM. .....A sow.....
BAN I RANCIIKX) Mum....
-Bl'IlGESS-NASH 8TORR NF.W8-
-ITaone Poucias 1ST.
Built for You to Enjoy.
FUNERAL IS HELD TODAY
FOR WILLIAM BISHOP
Wlhiam Bishop, aged 89 years. 433S
Franklin street, who was found dead In
Council Bluffs Tuesday as the result of
a severed artery tn hla left arm, will ba
burled in Forest Lawn cemetery this aft
ernoon. Services will be conducted by
Hev. T. J. Collar of the Church ot the
Good Shepherd, and will be held at I tn the
afternoon from the Bralley & Dorranoe
chapel. Crook pott of the Grand Army
of the Republic will have charge of the
services at the grave. Several out-of-
town relatives will attend.
ST0RZ FAMOUS BOCK BEER
On draught throughout the city. now. A
cenuine old mellow Bork and the best
brewed in Omaha. Watch for the "8urz
sign. Uava a ease sent home. I'hone
Answer the Alarm
If your kidneys
are Inflamed, don't
stand around and
I.Ike a fire. It
will soon get be
You will get tho
alarm In Urn e
backache or dlszl
nesa or disorders
of the urine.
Heed the warning.
Live simply, flush
the kidneys by
drinking plenty of
pure water, and use
Doan'a Kidney Pills i
to help stamn out
the cause of the
HI eaa't staad this." trouble.
There is ne other, kidney remedy so
widely used, nor so well recommended.
Mrs. G. H. Miller. 1(11 Jf. 26th Street,
Omaha, says: "My kidneys weren't la
good shape and my back ached most ef
the time. It was hard for me to stoop or
lift. Doan's Kidney Pills strengthened
my kidneys and the pain In my back
was relieved. It haa been quite awhile
aince I have had any trouble."
D 0AN 'S Kn Is
50 at all Drug Stores
Foelar-Milburvt Qx Buffalo. NY
PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS
only, can you obtain th vry latest styles. .
II a Skirt MM
Country Club Waist
, 621 1 1 5c
6196 15c -
Make them up.
You will be months
ahead in style.
now en sale at the Pattern Counter. ,
Ony 10 cents when purchased with one 15c pattern '
MAY Fashions now ready. , '
Corset Fashion Opening
Look at the styles on this Page. They
show the features that will prevail
It is with pleasure ive endorse through our
presentation, the illustration which appears
in the March issue of The Ladies9 Home
Journal, Woman's Home Companion, De
lineator and other high class magazines.
It Is True
There is 110 style speculation in the purchase of a. Warner's
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With the introduction of theso new Warner Models, every -woman
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. correct for her fijrure as the woman who buys the most expen-;
$ive corset made, ,
The New Figure
You must begin the reshaping of your figure now. Yourorset
of last season will not serve for the fashioqs of this year. Busts
are higher, from three to five incites above the waist. Waists
are curved, and the clasp flexible above the waist, but taut
below to hold the abdomen. This reshaping of your figure can
be done comfortably.
We cannot recommend to you loo highly a Warner Corset.' Jt
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owing to our desiiH to create this new silhouette or contour.
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