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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1916)
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BK1EF CITY NEWS
Mayor Jim Always Prepared
TowBtBd for Sportla Good.."
altlmor. SllT.r lMho'.m. Jewel.'
tig-htlBr flitur.. Pnr(tns-Orn1en.
Mt Moot Mat It Now Pftcon Proa.
TT "Tern-Tlle" ahlaflM. 8un-lrlwid.
Auto T1p Chain, Jaa. Morton Son Co.
rop.rty Ctrd Tor To rrnt rrorcrty.
e J. H. Dumont A Co.. Kcrline HMg
"Today'a Mori rrorrun" c'aa'lfle
ction tivlny. It apeeai In Tn B".
-XCL.t:fI ELY. Find out hat the vi
rloua moving picture Ifieatera offer.
Billiard XaU Bobbad The Auto Row
Killlnrrl hall. 2231) Farnani street. a
visited by thieve Thursday eveniriK. who
inrrlifl away 12 In cnniiKe and a revolver.
Bpeaka at Y. K. O. A Dr. H. E. Hutch
ln.in of Sioux City will adflrcsi the nun',
inrrtliip Sunday at 4 p. m. at th Young
Men'. .'hrlntlan association on the sub
ject, "Wanted A Man."
Trying- to Locate MoCorley Bnllltt
The police have horn awked lo try and
locate MoCorley Flullitt, whose mother
is dying at Cumberland. Mil. The com
munication was sent by TV. A. Ilullltt.
Pork Stolen from Wag-on The Cudahy
racking company Is mlnua ten pounds of
perk a., the result of thieve taking a
package from one of It. wagons aa It
food at Twenty-third and Ieavenworth
Iioaaa Diamond Bing- K. P. Murray
of the Her Grand hotel Informs the police
that he left a diamond ring In a wash
basin at the above address. Thursday,
and when he returned a few momenta
later the iln wa gone.
Rock Island Makes
New Rule on Carload
Shipments of Grain
The Rock Island road la putting into
effect a new rule relative to loading
grain cars, and the rates to be palJ
thereon. The new rule will be effective
April j3 and It Is presumed that all other
roads will take up the eame, or a similar
The new plan applies to the minimum
cnrlond of grain. Practically all the new
freight cars on all the llnea are rated at
a In.OnO-pound capacity and at the present
time and during the past, freight chain.
have been paid on this capacity weight
The new order will permit of a reduction
In the minimum weight chnrge. For In
stance, if a car Is marked at 00,000 pounds
capacity weight and the load 1s up to
capacity, freight rates will be paid on
thla weight. Hut If the weight is less,
the charge will be on the actual weight
of the, shipment.
In securing the carload rates, wheat
may be loaded to 4.O0O pounds less then
the marked capacity weight; with oats
and barley at 10 per cent less.
In many Instances it is asserted that
the new rule will work as a considerable
reduction in the freight rates on grain,
especially that coming from the country
elevators, where many times it is impos
sible for the shippers t o get together
enough of any particular kind of grain
to load a car to full capacity.
7Y OF MAYORS ON -
James H. Van Dusen
Dies at Lincoln
James If. Van Dusen, aped M- years,
of the law flrra of Brown, Baxter A Van
Dusen, died in the Bailey sanitarium In
Lincoln Thursday night. lie ia survived
by his widow, living &t the Winona apart
ments, and three children, Harold A. ot
Holyoke, Colo.;. Dana B. of tho Union
Pacific law department and Helen Van
Jhisen, also three slaters and two broth
ers. Funeral services will be held from
Btirket's Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock,
with interment in Forest lawn cemetery.
Mr. Van Dusen was graduated from the
law school of Cornell and came to Omaha
In 1886, where he immediately established
a practice. He was at one time state
senator and later city attorney for South
Omaha and was actlv in the clvlo work
of both Omaha and South Omaha. He
had been ailing for several years.
To the Ladies of Omaha
Have You Noticed
That MISS FLORENCE M. PEET, the domestic science lecturer in the
tree School of Home Economics beinj? held this week at Omaha Conser
vatory of Music Building. 2301 Harney Street, uses
CEMENT MEN NAME
Mid-West Cement Users' Association
Decides to Hold Convention Next
Year in This City.
WHIPPERMAN IS RE-ELECTED
Vosburgh to Watch
Juveniles at Night
Juvenile Iniquity Is going to ba a
scarce commodity In Omaha from now
on, asserts Juvenile Officer Qua -llller.
lie has ordered his assistant, Marcua
Vosburgh, to report for duty every day
at noon and stay on tne Job until mid
night. In order that all pool halls, dances
and chop suey parlors may be visited at
the busiest hours.
"There is no particular reason for this
Jii.t now." declared Miller, "except that
It's a good scheme to operate."
AT THE DUNDEE SCHOOL
The following pupils of the Sixth A and
H grades of the Dundee school attained
a terfect record of attendance during
February as a result of a "perfect at
After electing officers final ad
journment was taken by the eleventh
annual convention of the Mid-West
Cement Users' association at Hotel
Rome. The directors then held
their annual meeting and designated
Omaha as the place for holding the
next convention. In March, 1917,
when another big cement show will
also be held at the municipal Audi
torium. Officers were chosen as follows:
President, Q. W. Appo, Kansas City;
vice president, C. J. Tracy, Loup
City; secretary-treasurer,' Frank
Whlpperman, Omaha, re-elected for
a fourth term.
As new directors, to serve for three
years, the association elected N. J. Pet
erson of Omaha, Isaac Hlrd of Manila,
la., and William Acheson of Superior,
A technical bureau, for furnishing mem
bers with any dealred data on concrete
construction, has been opened at Kansas
City, It was announced by the officers,
who have arranged with W. A. Colling
of-that city to take charge of it.
Friday evening and this evening were
designated aa "Ladles' Nights" at the
Cement show at the Auditorium, and no
admission will be charged women who
attend. The show Is attracting much fa
vorable attention, because of the variety
and popularity of the many exhibits. It
will close Saturday evening.
These addreaaes were given at the final
cession of the convention: "Paving the
Lincoln Highway," II. K. Davis, Des
Moines; "Development of Concrete Con
struction," W. A. Colllngs. Kan naa City,
"Relation of Cement Manufacturer and
User," C. M. Wood. Chicago.
FIGURING SOME PLAN
TO HASTEN THE MAILS
I -co Massey,
leona Fa v.
A lilouu lte Heall.
The fol'.owinn succeeded in wlnninv
a record without tardy marks, although
absent horn us of sickness:
Irene Hsseltnn, I.eon Ray,
.lop McManin. William Rush.
Mildred Nelson, Donald Thomas,
Alton Kllhk. Uutli Wallace.
Refuses to Dress
to Ride to Jail
"Ninety days for you my man."
Judge Reed In the South Side police
court had listened to a story of the police
about one George Prlcowlch. who had
attempted to beat up his family ami
other families In the same house where
ho lived Wednesday evening. When ar
rested he refused to put any clothes on
and was brought to the station in his
The latter obstinacy displeased the,
SCHOOL MEN'S CONFERENCE
IS TO BE HELD AT WAYNE
The Northeast Nebraska x hool Men's
in ft mice is to be hill at Wayne, Neb.,
M rcb II Diau H. II. Hahn of the
WuyiH- Siale Normal is the head of the
C. II. Reach of Cheyenne, W. H. Rid
ded of Chicago, chief clerks in the rail
way mail service, are here consulting
The moment "Pape's Diapep
sin" reaches the stomach
all distress goes.
Instantly stops any sourness,
gases, heartburn, acidity,
"Really does" put bad stomach In order
"really does" overcome indigestion, dys
pepsia, nas. heartburn and sourness in
five minutes that Just that makes
Pape's Diapepsln the largest selling
stomach regulator In the world. If what
ou eat ferments into stubborn lumps,
you belch gas and eructate sour, undi
gested food and acid; head Is dizzy and
aches; breath foul; tongue coated; your
insldea filled with bile and indigestible
waste, remember the moment "Papes
Diapepsln" comes in contact with the
stomach all such distress vanishes. It's
truly astonishing almost marvelous, and
the Joy Is Its harmlessneas.
A large fifty-cent case of Pape's Dia
pepsln will give you a hundred dollars'
worth of satisfaction or your druggist
hands you your money back.
A large fifty-cent case of Pape's Dia
pepsln will Rive you a hundred dollars'
worth of satisfaction or your druggist
hands you your money back.
It's worth its weight In gold to men
and women who can't get their stomachs
regulated. It belongs in your home
should always be kept handy in ease of
a alck, aour, upset stomach during the
day or night. It's the quickest, surest
and most harmless stomach regulator In
Pape's Diapepsln instantly neutralises
the acids In the stomach, stops food fei.
mentation or souring, absorbs gases and
starts the digestion. The relief Is quick,
sure wonderful stomach sufferers hae
a pleasant surprise awaiting ihein. Ad-
with C. A. Blackwell tc try to devise
Rome more economical method of handling
sixteen or eighteen "storage cars" of
mall that pass through Omaha every day
for the weot. These cars now have to
bo sorted here and It delays the mail
about two hours.
Teachers of cookery, and baking experts generally, use
Royal Baking Powder because they know it can always be
relied upon to make the finest and most wholesome food.
Experience has taught them that it is not necessary to
risk the loss of flour, butter and eggs by the failure likely
to result from the use of an inferior Baking Powder.
Royal Baking Powder Contains No Alum
. Perfectly leavens and makes the food more delicious
Omaha Wires Mayor i
to Hold the Fort i
The Strategy board of the Dahlmsn
Democracy wired Mayor Dahlman, who
Is nt St. Donls. that the good ship Julia
has been sent with reinforcements. The
message urged the mayor to hold th-t j
The foljca at the city hall read with In
terest the tiems that the mayor of Omal.a
and the mayor of New York engaged in
polemic in the office of Mayor Kell j
nt St. Louis Thursday evening. i
FUNERAL OF VETERAN MAIL
CARRIER TO BE TODAY
Funeral services for Andrew Noonan,
1424 Emmet street, veteran mall carrier,
will Ibe held thla morning at 9:30
o'clock from the residence to Sacred
Heart church at 30 a. m. Interment will
take place In Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
Key to the .Situation-flee Want Ads.
All Omaha Talks of
Prince Lei Lani
(E. K. Rose)
Chance to Hear
at 2:30 P.M.
Docs This Gifted
IVinre 11 I,ani MADK many
A the original Hawaiinu re'orU
now diatriliutetl the world over
by the Victor Onnpany. And
now, after hp lias made the)
records, he alnfc. WITH them,
o cleverly, so beautifully, ao
perfertly, that yon cannot tell
the "Prince" front the record,
or the record from the Prince.
Hear him Saturday.
Cor. 15th and Harney
Any Man Who Has a Clothing Need
Should Buy Now
The1 Great Kingf-Peck Stock
Offers Unexcelled Values in
Suits, Overcoats, Top Coats
The man who wants good service from his clothing the man who
desires to get the best of style the man who seeks the most elegant
patterns and the materials that give highest satisfaction all these
. things he will find in this stock of fine clothes at prices that will
simply astound him.
and remember this---if you delay just became the weather it not T
quite right, you will pay much more when wear time hat come
Big Stock of Pants at $1.49,
$1.98, $2.98, $3.98, $4.98
There are Pants of the best makes, such as Dauntless. Paraxon. Jack Rabbit, etc. The best
terials, such as Cassimeres, Fancy Mixed Worsteds, Silk Mixed Worsteds, Fancv Stripes etc
bottoms, plain bottoms, semi-peg tops, English models and conservative stvles. All sizes for
and young men, from .'30 to 50 waist.
Fine Suits Overcoats 7"$10,$1 5
.lust make up your mind which you need
most the Suit or the Overcoat tho price
will take care of everything else. The man
who determines that he needs both will be
doubly fortunate in a two-fold wiving.
Top Coats $7.50, $10.00, $15.00
Your wrar Reason it our dispersal time and just
when you are Ihinkin? of buying a Top Coat we are
making arrangements for Summer wear.
If there is one particular portion of this great
King-Perk stork that comes in for unlimited praise
it is the Top Coats.
Coon-Skill OverCOatS frm UlP Kir,P IV,k st(,(,k- A fine lot f Coat that will'be particularly in-
teresting to stockmen and farmers. This is one of the very exertional fea
tures of the sales Corking (iood Coats at great saviii"s.
Men's Furnishings All Marvelous Values
-Spruce up your spring wardrobe. Huv now when
can get these things at extremely little prices.
Two Remarkable Shirt Offers
Lot 1 Consisting of L'OO doen
new Spring Shirts, neat effect, in
fine iifility percale and madras.
Many of this lot of shirts ure sam
ples. Neckband style with soft
French ruffs. Some mil am h.
tarhed. .Regular values
to $l.,J.r, special, at ... .
One lot Men'i Cape and Kid
Olovei. Regular 11.00 in
J!00 doz. Men's Uale Hone In
(an, white, black in
and gray; ape., pr,
Manhattan Shirta for
ear. beautiful pat
term, S1.50 . .
One lot Mena Sample
Lot 2 About L'.iO dozen Men's
sample shirts and shirts made up
of sample- pieces of shirting. In
this lot you will find fine quality
corded madras, percales and satin
striped soisettes, wonderful shirt
values in neckband style and soft
collars attached; values Qf
to $2.00, special.... OiC
a shipment of
), plain colors, neatly
nie4. Regular $1 CO J i ff
valuea, at J 1 .UU
One lot Men's Sample Night
Shirts. Worth to $l.oo, rf
cpeciaU at OiC
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