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TTin ttEK: OMAHA. Til! KSIY. SKPTKMnEU ?A 101,'.
WOMEN TO SAYE
Hr. Pennybacker Tells Nebraska
Federation of Women's Clubs
Needs of Young Children.
CLUBS TO ASSIST IMMIGRANTS
NORFOLK, Neb., Sept. 23. (Sprclal
Telegram. ) Mo Inn picture mon whj are
in Norfolk to snap tho features of the
Norfolk fall festival, which opens hero
Thursday niornihir, center"d their cntlri
Attention Wednesday on the delegates to
the annual convention of tho Nebraska
Federation of Women's clubs. The 9)
delegates, national and stato officers
were put on the film.
The second day of the convention was
given yfSvtr to the delivering of addresos
'"TToinineni women, i no nominating
coininmee was expected tv Mum in :i
list of candidates during the night, but
there was no outward fight except for
the vice prenldeney. Mrs. J. N. Pnul if
tit. I'aul continues to be a favorite for
the presidency. Election takes place
I. end In if Wnnirn Talk,
Mrs. IVrcy V. Pennybacker of Austin,
Tex., national president of the organiza
tion, wus the piint-lpal speaker Wediios
lny afternoon. Mrs. Frederick H. Cola
of Omaha delivered the principal address
on "Women's Opportunity.'
Other speakers were Mis. N. H, Nel
son, Omaha: Mrs. H. H. Wheeler. Lin
coln; Mrs. Thornus O. Winter. Mlnne-'
polls; I'rof. C, W. Pugsley, Lincoln. Ir. I
Ilarheel Yarros of Hull House, Chicago,!
will speak Thursdny. Mrs. K. K. J. Kd
liolm of Omaha is also on the program.
All women's clubs of the t'nlted States
will be aHked to devote one week, com
mencing March 4 next, to devise ways ,
and means to prevent the fatality of
babies In the Vnited States, according to
a stptement during her address by Na
tional President Pennybacker.
M Inmnic liable.
Jlr. Pennybacker declared that thou
i. . - .. aie dying each year be-
tHUse of ignorance and lack of care. She
n outlined plans for making better
citizens out of Immigrants, a problem
which the women's clubs will take up
later. This Immigration plan, she said,
will include co-operation of women'a
clubs and the immigration offllcals.
The women's club In the city to which
the Immigrants are headed should be noti
fied by wire and should be on hand to
welcome the new citlsens to the country.
The greatest Immigration question, she
Bald, is that the immigrants are thrown
among the hardest class of citizens after
they leave the protection of the govern
ment In New York.
In another address the national presi
dent talked on rural schools, declaring
that radical rforms were needed. She
claimed that efficient teachers will not
teach In rural schools because the condi
tions surrounding the work are wrong.
The country women, she Bald, can correct
Urged by Governor
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
UlNOOIN. Sept. 29. (Special.) Gov
ernor Morehead today Issued a procla
mation asking Nebraakans to Join in a
clean-up campaign on October 9 to for
ward flre-preventlon work. The procla
"The Safety First Federation of Amer
ica haa designated Saturday, October 9.
as the day to Impress up the minds of
all of the people the need of co-operation
to prevent the loas of life and property
by fire. The toll exacted by the fires
In the country Is enormous, being in
round numbers S236.000.0UO In the year of
1914. Much of this loss Is caused by
carelessness on the part of the people,
their failure to observe ordinary care
and caution In handling and disposing of
inflammable and combustible substances.
In order that this waste be reduced to
the minimum, I. as governor, recommend
that on October all public buildings,
factories and homes be thoroughly
cleansed of rubbish accumulations.
"That all heating, lighting and fire
extinguishing' apparatus be examined,
and if found defective, promptly repaired.
"That fire drills be held in all schools,
factories and other places where fire
escapes are established.
"That lectures be given in all pub'le
schools on Friday, October 8, by repre
sentatives of the fire departments on the
common hazard of fire and where such
officials are not available that teachers
be urged to give fcuch instructions as ,
they may have at their command on the
"The latest estimate of the loss by I
fire in the I'nlted States and Canada
for 1914 waa -"36,5ai.3M. Reasonable cau- ,
tlon and the adoption of protective
measures would have greatly reduced '
this enormous total.
"JOHN H. MOREHEAD,
SENATE JOURNAL IS READY
One Thousand Copies of Book Have
Been Turned Over to Print
HALL BALKS OVER WARRANT
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Sept. ?.. (Special Tele
sram.) State Printing Commissioner K.
A. Wslrath has finished 10) copies of
tiie senate journal for the 1915 legislative
s sston at a cost to the state of I1.13.V
The actual print'ng -was done by Mlllburn
& Scott of Heat rice.
Hall Oertlnra to Aft.
State Treasurer Hall has refused to Is
sue a warrant for a claim In favor of V.
F. Crosnley, who Is the contractor In
charge of the new Kearney State normal
building, for 12.S."9, because his voucher
v.ns not filled out in due form. It will
Ik? brought up before the board at Its
next meeting In Kearney, October 11.
Ciossley'B full contract amounts to V
M. The disallowed claim did not have
tho signature of the president and secre
tary of the Hoard of Control In the proper
In Inn l'nclfle Appeals.
The Vnlon Pacific railroad has appealed
to tho supreme court from a Judgment
ngnlnst it In the Lancaster county dis
trict court for II.COO In favor of Charles
15. Wakefield. Wakefield claims his team
and wagon were injured In Lincoln when
struck by a Vnlon Pacific motor car.
Complaint of Hoard.
Complaint has been made to the State
Insurance board that the Vnited States
Fidelity and Guaranty company of Balti
more is refusing to make payments due
under the workmen's compensation act
to a laborer who was injured on the new
Miller & Paine building ten weeks ago.
The board will Investigate.
Will Move Pols.
Tiie State Board of Control has agreed
with the city of Lincoln and the county
commissioners to move back some poles
used to carry current from the state peni
tentiary to the state house, the orthopedic
hospital and to the governor's mansion.
The poles had been set too far out in the
Hrfasra to Rsrtster Bonds.
The state auditor has refused to regis
ter $12,00 of lighting bonds for the own of
Seward on the ground that a town of
this class is not allowed by law to Incur
light bonds of more than 10 per cent of
the assessed valuation of its public utility
property. The assessed valuation of tho
company Is 172,938. 10 per cent of which
is $7,29X 80, while the town has sent In
$12,000 worth of bonds.
Keep It Handy for Rheumatism.
In't suffer and try to wear out your
rheumatism. Sloan's Liniment goes right
to the spot. Kills the pain. fcc. All
Notes from Beatrice.
BEATR1CK. Neb., Sept. 29. (Special.)
A. Spencer, a pioneer of this city, died at
10:30 o'clock Tuesday night at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. O. W. Beckwith.
aged 84 years. He is survived by five
children. The body waa taken to Dixon,
III., today for Interment.
Company C has arranged to hold com
petitive drill on Tuesday, October 12, at
which time prizes will be biven by the
local merchants for the best drilled en
listed man, the best drilled private and
the best drilled squaix The Judges will
be Lieutenant Colonel A. II. Holling
worth. Captain C. L. Brewster and Cap
tain W. J. Hemphill.
The smallpox quarantine on two homes
in Beatrice was raised Tuesday. This
leaves only two cases In the city and tho
authorities hope to have the disease en
tirely stamped out in a few weeks.
Jesse P. Irvin and Miss Reler, both of
this city, were married Monday evening
at the Christian parsonage, Itev. C. F.
MAYOR BRYAN IS
State Convention at Lincoln Elects
Brother of Ex-Secretary to
DOUGLAS MEMBERS INSURGENT
(From a Staff Correspondents
LINCOLN. Sept. 29. (Special. Charles
W. Bryan was today named permanent
chairman of the convention of tho "Ne
braska Pry" federation meeting on In
Lincoln to map out a program to make
Nebraska dry by a constitutional amend
ment lnlMd. A thousand delegates, mine
from every county In the state were
The three permanent secretaries were
Harry K. Sacked of Beatrice and lr. II.
K. IoUglas and Mrs. Frank N. Butts,
both of Omaha. The meeting was called
to order by Judge S. P. Pavldson of Te
cumseh, temporary chairman. lr. J. V.
M. Buekner of Aurora, Neb., introduced
The fiKht of the convention will be In
repard to tho form of tho amendment
that will bo adopted to best prevent
evasion of it when It becomes a part of
The Pouglas county delegation Is In
surgent, demanding a different form from
that adopted by tho committee of 100 at
a meeting In Omaha a few weeks ago.
They Insist that the clause "for barter
or gift under any pretext" be withdrawn
on the ground that it would prevent the
use of lienor In tho home and would lose
the prohibition cause a host of signers
they would otherwise got. They also in-
l't on belter methods provided for the
enforcement of the amendment so that tt
will come within the sofpe of constitu
Vr. Purley A. linker of Ohio, national
suprrtntenedtn of the Anlt Saloon league,
was present and aa.e nn addrens In th
afternoon. Piiegntrs were present from
about 4o0 stat and local religious, civic
and Industrial organlx.it ions
The Omaha delegation was partlnllv
successful in tficlr fight for a dlffeient
amendment when Chairman lr)an ap
pointed sn amendment committee this
evening. It Is understood that the com
mittee will report a compromise aniotnl
ent, but the real fluM will come tomorrow.
NrKllrhnlr In Trouble.
Manager lllll VcKechnle -f Newark,
has been having troi.ble with his throwi
ng arm. wht-h necessitated it rceiit trip
Younrfstown, O.. to consult Honesetler
Don't make the fatal mistake of tv g
lectlng what may seem to he a "simp i
little backache." There isn't nv 'C1!
thing. It "my be the first warnl-'g that
your kidneys ore nut working proper.y,
mid throwing off the poisons as th'.v
should. If this is the co, u after Hi"
tause of that biicKaAite an. I do it quickly,
or you may find yourself In the grip of
n I..,. ., . Kl a II -
The Most Popular Designs in Men's and Young Men's
Smart Fall Clothes
Tho num who knows clothe, tho man who i most imrtieuW
..Unit tho out, lit, jmttorn and color" of what lio wears is the
man who npiMveiatos our votvlorful showinsr. Wo invito every
uitionl jutliro of ilothes-qunlity to inspect our display today.
Fall Suits, $10 to $40 Overcoc ts, $10 to $50
Silk Lined Chesterfield O' coats, $15, $20, $25
St!es of the hour nt a positive saving c.f IS to 10 Vitv,sre.
Clothing .ottoa Second rioor.
OOI.I) MKPAI, Haarlem Oil fapsuL-s
wi'l dive almost Immediate relief from
kidney am) Madder (roubles, which nicy
be the, unsuspected cause f gf-neral I I
nealth. 0L!i MKPAL I I'.iaiii-m (Ml
Capsules are Imported direct Irmn t' e
laboratories In Holland Thpv or., pre-
Loan Exhibit of Original
Thl -tc-lc vrfi arc showing In our Farnam Btroot window five original
Theso very unumial pictures mro loaned us by th lllckey-Freeman Co.
of Hochester, N. Y who hail tbem prepared by an artlat of exceptional
ability In order to Phow the correct styles In men's clothes for tho
present Fall aoaxon.
Do not fall to see these) Interesting pictures. They show as faithfully
s pictures ran, the. clear cut lines, the dtgnlly, th unmistakable sljlo
of lllckey-Krei'iian quaUty clothes for men.
kw a iwNoN..ni ' j ' 1 hi yjTTT IMPS J T 239
will li mil i i i aaWi s i lili lilil I si U j i,jtil -V" '
OOUlUCt-'T Al'PARtL FOIL MEN AND WOUKN.
fared In correct iiuantlty and convenient
t.x . n. .. I . i .
r iim-, ami nip ivnuivriv ftuwi- I
nnteed to irlve uronint relief op vmir I
;KjS: Rent Your Koom. Quick With a Bee Want Ad
other., I'rlrrs, 25c, 60c anil $1.00. j . . . . .T
Fire Chief Clement
Shoulders the Blame
In Motor Purchase
(From a Btaff Correspondent.) j
LINCOLN, Sept. 29. (Special.) Fire
Chief Henry Clements of the Lincoln fire
department today shouldered all blam ,
should any attach, over the purchase of
an alleged worthless automobile truck by
the public safety department. The coun
cil yesterday in extraordinary session
heard charges preferred by Judge W. II.
England that the city had paid two tor
an automobile not worth to exceed $J0 at
the most liberal estimate. The purchase
was made from H. Kemplln, a member
of the fire department, but through A
Chief Clements admitted he had ap
proved the purchase and aald he had
urged it as a means of saving the city.
He admitted he had received fG5 from
Kemplln, but said it was in payment of
a debt which Kemplln had been owing
him for two years, when the chief loanod
Kemplln money to build a home.
The present agitation, the fir chief
said, was an attempt to besmirch Com
missioner Wright and Mayor Bryan and
a No d'le to the efforts of disappointed
automobile owners who wanted to sell
a machine to the city.
He said he would produce proof at the
proper time that the city kA t$ money's
The clothes men
measure your im
portance by them.
We attend to the de
sign and the fitting
our exclusive fab
rics do the rest.
Suits to Order,
$20.00 to $45.00
KacCirtlty-Wllson Tailoring Co.
3l? South 15th Street.
BEATON & LAIER GO.
415-417 South Sixteenth Street
Liberal Credit at These Same
Low "Quick Action" Sale Price
BEAT0I1 & LAIER CO.
41 S41 7 South Sixteenth Street
fluWfl "UieK-..TOIRI" SL
f(M Mites Mbyli50g(D)0
Not Just a Few Articles at Cut Prices--But Every Piece of Furniture
Contained on These Six Mammoth Floors-All Go at a Bis Sacrifice
Sale Tags on Every irryf. ."TS:
There Is Ko Better Beer
and when you consider tbe
u of the LL'XUS coupons, the
cost Is no mora than what you
pay for ordinary beer. Sava
coupon! and get fro prem
iums.. 'Phone Dougla$ 1889
Luxus Mercantile Co.
Fred Kruj Brewing Co.
a UU1IU ! if Tl
IAra (Mer g Massive Brass Bed I
(Similar to Cut) Eg fj (Hinillar to Cut) '
Quick Action Sale If H , 1
irli l B H -'"' continuous jxwt.
55c I.....S11.90 !
H ..... . .iMrwv-ecr.r(.r-rfrji 1
(run size con stiei ijei b
bed smxes xiB:Jc g , '
Similar to cut. Regular price rf 0 r Q B :
$5.00. Sale price ... )ttla90
b.VI.K 1'ltlCH UN
All Cotton MattrcxN Art Ticking
for-d Halei rlc-e .
f 12. fit) IVIt.l Culton Mattress
Htttln ticklnK oovrrHl Hale price. . .
CI 3.(M 60-pound "Perrless" Frit, Art
lick. A high (trade laver felt IiLalLrtks .
American Quartered K
(Kimllar to Cut)
Irue 2(14 a-)nch top with
drawer gulckA r
(Similar to Cut)
Quick Actlou CI Ifl
Male ITlce giilU
am sa-a 1 sua . i
LINK STEEL BED SPRINGS Similar to cut, fall
or three-quarter the, iron frame, no wood ou
it. Regular price $5.00. Sale QkEZ
prico P lmJJ
Similar to cut. Very handy, should CO OC
Sale price V&uf
be in every home.
20-1 nrh FLOSS JC-
22-inch FISS I
I'l LLiOYt A C
:. 59 c
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The People Are Pouring Into Omaha From AH tho Surrounding Country. to Take Advantage of This Dig Sale
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415-417 South Sixteenth. Omaha
Prompt Delivery Guaranteed From Now On-
A Lot F.l ore Cretonnes
Put in this lot as the
others were all closed out,
they are much higher pric-
nl (Ytinrs. Uut mi -f
lkf your pick . I I
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