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BRIEF CITY NEWS
Stave Boot rrtat It Now Beacon Prmi
Berress-drendsn Co. Lighting futures.
Today's Oemvlete Moris Program '
classified section today, and appears la
The Bm BXCLU6IVELT. Find out what
the various moving- picture theaters offer,
rirnraa Claim Against County
County Clerlt Dewey la freparing a lint
cf claims against Douglas cotinty to be
laid next August. The total will amount
to about 1200.000.
John ft. lynch to Speak Ex-Congressman
John II. Lynch will speak at
St. John's African Methodist Kplncopal
fhurch, Eighteenth and Webster streets.
Thlrty-sls sTew Clu Kiatnri-Thirty-six
new active members have been
serured for the Commercial club since the
organization of the membership commit
t a month ago.
A tartar of Time foi both customer
and yourself when your office la con
veniently located. The Bee Building
"the building that is always new"
makes this savins; sure.
Held to District Court Clyde Worth,
chained with breaking and entering
storehouse at 106 Soutn Fourteenth street,
was bound over to the district court,
with bonds fixed at $750.
The sjtate Beak ot Omaha pays 4
Per cent on time deposits, t per cent on
savings accounts. All deposits In this
fcenk are protected by the depositors'
guarantee fund of the atate ot Nebraska.
rnneral of John K. panfard The
funeral of John M. Spangard will be held
this afternoon at . 2 o'clock from the
family residence at Twenty-fourth and
Reed streets. Omaha lodge No. t. In
dependent Order of Odd Fellows, will
have charge of the funeral services at
Milwaukee Ballasting Double Track
The Milwaukee has resumed ballasting
iU new double track line across Iowa,
working a dozen or more trains and
crews. The gravel is hauled ftom pits
along the company lines In Illinois. It
ta expected to have the whole of the
Iowa line ballasted by July 1.
Wslse Home Bobbed Tile J. H.
VVelso home. 5103 Cass street, ss visited
by thieves Sunday night who carried
aay Jewelry valued at 42o. Mrs. M.
Woolcy of the Lafayette apartments re
ports to the authorities that burglars
sained entrance through an open window
Ic her apartments and took jewelry to
the value of 132.
Clnb Lunch Makes Front The res
taurant, billiard rooms and cigar coun
tera of the Commercial club have actually
made a, littln profit for the club, the first
three months of this year. This Is un
usual, as ordinarily the restaurant is oper
ated at a loss. The change is attributed
to the greatly Increased attendance at
the noonday luncheons.
Tom . Kelly Ont Again Tom S.
Kelly, secretary emeritus of the Rotary
club and a well known Insurance man, is
again able to be around the city, after
undergoing an op rat Ion. His dm-tor
warns him to work half time for a while,
but Kelly was so busy receiving the
greetings of his friends Monday morning
that he had no chance to work at all.
Beadle Broken In Bis Arm John Col
lins of St. Joseph was arraigned In police
court on a charge of vagrancy and was
sentenced .to thirty days In the county
jail. Collins was a former dope fiend,
he declared, but has not used any drug
' since March 1. He said he wanted to get
home to havo his arm looked after, as
three hypotZermle noodles had been
broken off In the floMi. Hp will be ex
amined by local physicians. and treated If
the latter statement prores- "orrwtyHie
arm appeared to he In a bad eonUUIon.
Water Board Makes
Slight Cut in the! 1
Omaha Water Eate
The long promised water rate reduc
tion ta at last here. At a special meet
ing the Water board ytstorday made
an alleged reduction of the 'maximum
water rate from 23V cents per thousand
gallons, with S per cent oft if paid within
ten days of date of bill, to a flat rate
f Zt cents.
The effect, of this means a reduction
of about 1 cent per thousand gallons.
I iv his resolution Manager Howell re
ferred to this as the "fifth reduction
under- municipal ownership."
After executing this difficult piece of
work, the board took d trip to the Wal
nut Hill station to look over proposed
U. P. to Put Stories
of Lives of Former
Officials in Record
At 4:80 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, in
the law library of the Union Paclfio
building will be held a public meeting at
which ; Myron U Learned will read a
paper on tho "Life and Service ot the
Lata Andrew J. Fopplcton," a former
general solicitor for the Cnlon Pacific.
The raper that Mr. learned reads will
becomeone pf the files of the Union Pa
cific legal department.
At some date not yet determined Kdson
Rich will read a paper on the "Life and
Services of the Late Judge Kelly." and
subsequently Ueorjte e. Wright of Coun
cil Bluffs will read a similar paper rela
:lve to the late John I. Baldwin.
Dr. King's New Discovery will stop
your ccugh. Tho first dose help. Good
for children. 50c. All druggists Vdveri
FORT SCHOOL ADDS
Expert Instructs the Ltd in Stak
ing Out and Plowing Other
TO LEARN TO CAN VEGETABLES
Fort vocational school for boys
has added truck gardening to Its
curriculum, and more than half of
the sixty students of the school have
enrolled for the new course. They
will have a common garden 25x100
feet In size, raisins; early and late
corn, tomatoes and other table veg
etables all summer, besides having
Individual gardens In the School
Garden club contests.
K. R. Dole, the garden expert, employed
as Instructor In the city-wide gardening
club movement among hoys and girls of
the schools, started the Kcrt garden by
directing the plowing and slaking off of
the ground during the morning:. He and
Principal Ed Oepion of the school will
instruct the boys regularly. The school
has beeri teaching printing. Iron mould
ing arid wood working for some time In
Its vocational department.
Orarenlse the Schools.
Organisation of garden clubs among
boys and girls was continued during the
afternoon at several schools by Mr. Dale
and Secretary R. H. Flower of the Young
Men's Chrlstlnn asportation. Pole will
oversee tho work throughout the sum
mer and give practical Instruction and
personal attention at every garden
started by any boy or girl belonging to
the club. About 200 are already en
rolled. Ijiler an agent of the Department of
Agriculture wilt come to teach the chil
dren how to can the produce they do
ntf.' sell to prirents or neighbors.
Exhibitions of early and late vegeta
bles raised by youngsters will be
heid during the summer, and the season
will clove with the awarding of valuable
prizes In the contests for quality and
quantity of garden truck grown and the
showing mado from the gardens by the
youthful city farmer.
His Father Read
Fifty Years Ago
An Impressive observation of the fiftieth
snniversary of Abraham Lincoln's death
occurred Sunday In the Plymouth Con
The pastor of the ohurch,' Rev. V. W.
Leavltt, preached the same sermon that
his father preached fifty years ago.
His father was Rev. William Leavltt
and In he had a church In Hnoth
I Hay Harbor, Me. On the first Punday
following the death of Lincoln by the
hand of the assassin. Rev. William
Leavltt preached this sermon.
Hew Mr. Leavltt had the written manu
script of the sermon which his father
preached and he read It to his congre
gation. It was a stirring sermon In which
Christian forbearance sought almost to
find voice, while the human mind dwelt
on the deed which nil been done at
Abraham Lincoln's place In the hearts
of the people of the north was very large
at that time even and many believed In
the heat and passion of the moment that
.the assassination had been ordered by
(the leaders of tho Confederacy.
The congregation Sunday, viewing the
act from a distance of fifty years and In
the light of the socbtl and commercial
bonds which now unite north and south,
cculd see that the act, foul llvxigh It
was, perhaps was for the best, as seem
ing calamities always arc, sutd the pastor,
to those who love Uod.
U. S. Grant post, Grand Army of the
Republic, was present In a body.
Apartments, flats, hu.ises and cottages
can be rented quickly and cheaply by a
Oee "For Rent" Ad.
WANTS DIVORCE BECAUSE
WIFE ALWAYS NAGGED HIM
Mrs. Louisa Ford nagged at him, testi
fied William A. Ford, a contractor, In a
trial of hi" divorce suit before District
"Mv wife continually scolded me about
various things and accused me of as
sociating with other women," asserted
Mrs. Ford In a cross-petition asks
separate maintenance and charges her
lumb.ind with misconduct and cruelty.
Empress Will Move
Back to Old Stand
Wilfred Lertoux. president of the Km
ires Theater company, has arrived from
Winnipeg to itian.iae the thimter tempo
rarily as Manager Frank llnrrls has re
signed ti bocotre affiliated with the
Krnadway Stnr Feature Flint company
at Minneapolis. I'resldent Iertoux asys
that a successor has not yet been deter
mined upon, but that one will be an
He also ennoim.-es that the Kmpress
will move back to Its original location on
Doualas street, between Fifteenth and
Sixteenth streets, next Sunday, aft the
extensive renovating and redecorating
there will be finished by that time.
i Store Hours: 8:30 A. M. to 6 P. M. Saturdays Till 9 P. M.
BREEN TO ADDRESS REAL
ESTATE MEN WEDNESDAY
John Paul Hreen, father n: the annexa
tion bill match was last week slBiiel by
the governor, will address the fte Fstate
exrhange Wednesday noon on the benefits
For Many Homes
Indigestion and ronsttpntlon are
two conditions closely related an.t
the cause of much physical suf
fering. The tendency to indulge one's
appetite in general, so that mot
people suffer at some time or an
other from rebellion of the over
taxed organs or digestion and elim
ination. A simple, pleosantly effec.
tive remedy that will quickly re
lieve the congestion of poisonous
waste and restore regularity, is the
combination of simple laxative
herbs with pepsin, sold In drug
stores tinder the name of Dr. Cald
well's Hyrup Pepsin. This Is a
mild, pleasant liixntlve-tonic and
dlgestant, absolutely free from
oplatea or narcotic drugs and has
been the standard household rem
edy In countless homes for many
years. A free trial bottle can h
obtained by writing to Dr. W. H.
Caldwell. 4R2 Washington St.. Mon
Tine Road Ho Meumbles:
Monday, April 1, 1010.
EVE rvbodv's STORE"
HTOKK NKVH KOU TTKNUAY.
Flume Douglas 187.
DoiVt Fail to See the Working Model of the
Panama Canal on Exhibition on 4th Floor
EVKHV linst of the I'unal Zone is shown in miniature hills and volleys1 lakes and
rivers dams ami looks, toiogrnphicully correct. He pure to see this eighth won
der of the world- it's free.
Kvery detnil of this wonderful engineering feat is fully explained you sec for your
self the boats goinsr through the channels, the look., the lakes and rivers.
Lectures Daily Every Half Hour From 10 A. M. to 5 P. M.'
TO make Omaha the "City Beautiful" Hecms to be the spirit of everyone. In our
tsale of Hose bushes last Saturday, when over .10,000 were sold before noon, we
found even so great n number far less than the demand. We therefore have been
fortunate in contracting for another lare quantity which will go on sale Thursday.
The ale will include AMERICAN BEAUTIES, PINK AND WHITE KILLARNEYS.
Locally grown. liHrdy plants with foliage. .'
10c Each or $1.00 Per Dozen
Advance, orders taken. Phone Douglas 1. '17. Ask for S. Johnson or Mr. Merner,
PREPARING FOR COMING
; OF REV. BILLY SUNDAY
In preparation for the coming of Billy
Sunday te Omaha next fall, the Minis
terial union svaa adlres.el at the Young
' Men's Christian association tl,U after
noon by Rev. Finis Idleman. D. D.. of
Des Moines. He Is psstor of the Central
Christian church- of that city, end his
congregation received more of the re-
. vival's "trail-hitters" than any other
during; the Billy Bunduy campaign at
Pes Motnea recently.
Teklasr n tc rMra.
Ne parent would consciously be
careless of the children. Joe A. Ros
marln. Clarkson, Neb., uses Foley's
Hoay end Tar for his two children for
croup, coughs ahd colds'. ' He ssys, "We
ere never without Foley's Honey and Tar
1a the house." A distressing cough, sleep
less nights, and raw. Inflamed throat lead
te a run-down condition In wlileh the
child tM not eble to resist contagious or
infectious diseases. Foley's Honey and
Tar Is truly hsallng and prompt in action
It relieves coughs, colds,' croup an1
whooping cough. Bold everywhere.
I J In Four Paris r 7$
on PART 2 ( v
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Mm. 12 I Y$;
mm m s. m :
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Tuesday in the ' Burgess-Nash
That Were. $1.98 to $2.98 at
THERE is a great variety of styles and shapes from which to
choose, including hemps and Milan hemps, Black and ev
ery favored new phade. , ' ' ....,.
Untriinmed hats that were $1.03 to $'2.98 in one great lot, in
eluding n shape to Buit every fancy and offered at this very low
price of 49 each. , . .
Then There Are Four Groups of Flower
Flowers of all kinds and colors, just what you need for trim-"
ming your hats. -
Flowers, formerly to
.'Wc; choice, at
Flowers, formerly to
&o; choice, at ,
Flowers, formerly to 1 g -J)8c;
choice, at ........ 1 OC
Flowers, formerly at nft .
$1.49; choice, at .... .e&tfC
WE TRIM HATS FREE
Burgess-Nash Co. Everybody's Store 16th and Harney i
e n c e
If all the people ttop buying every
thing, there will be no business no market
for goods, crops or services.
If half the people stop buying everything,
business will be cut in half and everybody
If all the people buy one half their cus
tomary purchases, business slumps to half.
If all the people postpone for thirty days
buying half their needs the country's prosper
ity drops one half for that length of time.
Buy now the things you will need soon
and you'll help speed up the wheels of in
dustry, commerce, farming and labor.
Tale Is the tlsae ef all tlnne
for tke V. . A. te sake ns
trlden. Let's ail get Hif.
Rent Your Room Quick With a Bee Want Ad.
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