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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1916)
TllF, OMAHA SUNDAY l)K: MAIJCH IP, 1HH.
CAYALRY GAMP AT
Column from Hachita Arrives at
Mormon Settlement Adjoining
City of Casas Grandes.
GATEWAY TO GALENA REGION
(Continued fmm Face OnO
lrr lo his troop BRHinut perrnlttlnK the
occupation of cltlp. The general offprfd
no conimmt on whnt he would do pro
vided the American troojis occupied a
rtspntchc direct from Mexico mid the
official nnnounoements from Major Gen
eral Funnton made It evident, today that
t ho two American columns, one from "o
lumhu, X. M., under General rershlnn.
wid the other from Harhlta, N. M , un
der ColoneW lodd, had Rotten Into clone
communication with each other, and
probably had formed an actual Junction
when a little more than half way on the
route to ("ana Grandes.
treio llrrnnilna Apparent.
Something of the atrnteRy of the dash
on Villa's trail also wag apparent. The
Hnchlta column made Its actual start
from San Bernardino ranch, which Is In
the little square of territory about the
size of a larso county, where the state
of New Mexico extends some forty miles
outh of the general east and west line
of the American border.- Hy using this
American territory for the first part of
their advance from Hachita, the flying
cavalry command of Colonel George Dodd,
was able to strike Into Mexico at the
shortest distance from Casas Grandes, a.
little more than sixty miles of march.
The main column under General Tershing
at Columbus, N. M., starting from a
point considerably further distant from
Casas Grandes, did not bo due aouth, but
apparently veered to the westward to get
Into touch with the caralry command
Reports here that Tershlng'a army In
tended to establish a base at Guiman
were discounted In dispatches yesterday
that Guzman was still held by Carranza
troops and that the American columns
were marching about twenty-five miles to
the westward. This would put them very
close to the route of the cavalry com
mand of Colonel Podd. Guzman Is an
Important constitutionalist garrison town,
about thirty miles directly south of the
point where General Pershing entered
Mexico, and by going past it to the west
no question of occupation was raised.
HAVE A PARTY TO TALK OVER RELICS OF YESTERYEAR Seated, left to right: Mrs. Arvilla Foster, Mrs. M.
W. Sears, Mrs. M. J. Tracy, Mrs. Elizabeth Christy (hostess), Mrs. Sarah Mays and Mrs. Mary More. Standing:, left to
right: Mrs. Collins Jordan, Mrs. E. W. Kennedy, Mrs. Lucinda Kems, Mrs. H. J. Sheridan, Mrs. S. M. Moon, Mrs. Helen
Stearns and Miss Mary Munn.
C : - Ni .I mi iwwnn WW sa sfcis
SPECIAL MUSIC AT NORTH
At the North Tresuytenan church there
vill be a special musical service at 7::f
p. m. this evening with the following
J'relude Andantino . .. Lemare
.Anthem (with unison bass solo) The
God of Abraham I'raise Buck
Solo But the Lord is Mindful
.Anthem (with solo) Praise the Lord
Offertory Chau de Honheur. ..i... Lemare
Anthem (ladles' trio) Great Jehovah
Solo The Ninety and Mnc Campion
Mrs. Roy Flanagan.
Anthem (with solo) Jubilate llo....Goold
6olo Love Divine, All Love Excelling.
-a- ' J. C. Ochiltree.
Mala Quartet I
Messrs. Reynolds, Newcomb, Ebrlght,
Anthem (with solo and oblis-ato)
Hark, Hark. Mly Soul ...Shelley j
Miss Helen Fales, Mrs. Flanagan. i
T ll.. J. .. I J
I VDUuur-uniKU ntiiiufi
Miss Eloise West, organist; Lee G.
BOGUS FIVE-DOLLAR BILLS
ARE NOW IN CIRCULATION
Wearing dresses. Jewelry, trinkets and
finery that would seem strangely out of
place In 1910, but which were In vogue
In the youth of our grandmothers, great
grandmothers, and great-great-grandmothers,
and bringing with them heir
looms and priceless family relics of other
centuries, fourteen silver-haired old
ladles were the guests of honor at the
home of Mrs. Kllzabeth M. Christy, 3404
Lafayette avenue, Friday at a real "Old
Exit the customs, anecdotes and lum
inescences of a mere twenty or thirty
years ago. Such "modern-day" things
were relegated to the scrap heaps of
memory for the time being.
Persons 60 years old were talked of as
Seated around a room In a circle, these
old ladles, whose ages when totalled up
reached well over 9"0 years, in turn ex
hibited some heirloom or relic and told
Borne of their bodies bore visibly the
results of the touches rf Father Time's
Inevitable wand but not. In most care.
their memories or spirits.
Lived Aziln Ilaya of 1 nr.
The sight of so many old-time thinKs
and mannerisms loosened the floodgates
of remembrance Hnd for a few precious
hours today was forgotten; they lived
over again in conversation their yester
days. Ah! here was an old silver spoon ownel
by some bright-eyed old lady that was
old at a wedding anniversary a half cen
And here a sampler a thing as strange
to the modern debutante as the Ramadan
thst, handed down from generation to
generation, has existed in throe cen
turies. And, again, a Plhle, printed in England
when the American revolution was still a
timely topic of the day.
Very much In evidence were the back
combs, shawls, cameos and whatnot of
Anyone atemptlng to compare modern
times with the "good old days" would
have lost such a debate In the rebuttal
The rebuttal would have been sincerity.
The oldest lady at the party was
Mrs. M. V. Sears, mother of Judge U
G. Sears. Khe is (d years old.
And the youngest was well, the young
est was old enough.
The guests of honor at the party were
Mrs. Sears. Mrs. E. W. Kennedy, Mrs.
Arvilla Foster. Mrs. M. J. Tracy. Mrs.
S. M Moon, Mrs Mary Moore, Mrs. Jo
seph ltcalty, Mrs. H. J. Sheridan, Mrs.
Collins Jordan. Mrs. Lucinda Kerns, Miss
Mary Lunn, Mrs. Helen Stearns and Mrs.
Mrs. Christy, the hostess, whose
mother, Mrs. Mayse, was one of the
guests of honor, was assisted by Mrs. J.
II. ..lteley, Mrs. D. M. Learning;. Mrs.
(1. T. Llndley. Mrs. T. W. Wheeler, Miss
Flora Sears nnd Kev Oliver Keve, pas
tor of the Walnut Hill Methodist Epis
Miss Hears sang "The Wearing of tb.0
Tho color scheme In decorations, re
freshments and the attire of the hosl
esaes was green and wl'lte.
Performed On Three
of Omaha's Officers
An epidemic of Illness lias swept over
tho police department In the Isst few
days and three officers are confined to
hospitals following operations, while two
others are confined to their homes.
Officers Johnny if olden and Nels J.
Holland were both operated upon Friday
at Lord Lister hospital. Holden was op
erated on for blood poisoning, while Hot
land underwent the knife on account of
Officer 15. J. Kimball was operation
upon at St. Joseph hospital for mastoid
itis. John Urarty, turnkey at the city Jail. Is
confined to his home with a bail cold,
and Sergeant W. R. Wilson Is at home
suffering from diabetes.
"Bob's" Fee Graft
Yesterday's pocketing of half the
receipts far htm $5S.E0 ia addition
to his M.ooo a yeu salary.
1st ap- M ap
Dste. at II each, at 4 each.
Mmcli 1 n "
March 1 17 0
March 3 12 1
March 4 9
March S4 S
March 7 i 1
March s 3: 1
March !." 0
rch ' 22 1
March II H 0
M mm h IS 74
Man h 14 f-4 .1
March 1.1 74
March b1 0
March 17 V 2
Totals. 15 days In March. .SV 2.1
SERGEANT RUSSELL DRIVES
STOLEN AUTO TO STATION
An automobile owned by John l.of. 2111
Ohio street, was stolen from where It
had been left parked at Nineteenth and
Cass streets. In less than fortv-flve
minutes after n report of the theft had
been made to the police. Sergeant Rus
sell found the car at Twenty-first and
Nicholas streets, where the theleves
abandoned It. Sergeant Russell, although
not an expert "handler" of unruly fliv
vers, drove the machine to the station.
BAN ON CHILDREN
TO MOVIES LIFTED
Dr. Conntll Declares Scarlet Fever
ii So Relieved as to Warrant
Rescinding of Order.
ONLY TWENTY-EIGHT CASES NOW
Dr. Connetl, city health commls
alonpr, han liftr-d the bun on tho ad
mission of children under 12 yeara
of a to theaters and moving pic
ture, shown. Dr. Cnnnell, In rescind
ing the order, explains that the scar
let fever nluaflon has so Improved
that this precaution is no longer
Health Commissioner Connell
made this statement: "I believe
the scarlet fever situation, particu
larly among children, has been re
lieved to the extent that I am war
ranted In rescinding my order re
lating to children attending motion
picture shows and other places of
entertainment. There were only
twenty-eight cases this week of chil
dren of school ages."
Spring Showing of Millinery
There Is a How Itching ("Win Alton t the New Millinery Mode
We Have, Asacmltleri for Hprtnic.
NEWNESS that Is the keynote of
all the beautiful Millinery modes
thnwn here now. And there la a
charm a bewitching and attractive
charm about the many new stylos
that we have gathered for our Spring
There are many hats here made In
our own shops that are direct repro
ductions of high-priced Tarlatan
models. They were planned by the
best designers In the Millinery world
and our adaptability to ropy the9
models elves you the advantage of
buying tueni at very moderate prices
A welcome Is given to all to call
nnd examine our many models and
see where Millinery 1b sold at the best
values In Omaha.
O'Connor & Emblen,
Kecond Hitor I'axtun lllock.
Sixteenth and Fanuun.
In Our Gift Shop
Table Lamp and (in
shade, complete. ... P X vr
Government agents In Omaha have re
ceived notification that counterfeit 15
federal reserve notes are In circulation.
The counterfeits are a quarter-inch
longer and a trifle wider than the genu
ine. Red and blue Ink lines are drawn
on them In Imitation of the red and silk
thresds found In the genuine. All the
counterfeits so far found bear the num
m M H I m $14
This Bedroom Suite
Bed, $19.00. Dresser, $20.C0. Chiffonier, $19.00.
Dressing Table, $17.00.
One example only of the large assortment now on display. Mad
from select oak, quarter sawed panels, Jacobean finish, twist posts.
AND SALOON ARE ROBBED
William 1 ayduk's store, at 1210 South
Thirteenth street was entered Friday
Mgnt oy Durgiars. wno guinea entrance j
by forcing open the front door. Cigars,
tobacco and confectionery to the total
of J3& were taken.
Mike Br ski's saloon, 1002 South Thir
teenth street, was also broken into and
forty bottles of whisky, together with
three boxes of cigars, carried off.
11 ..OH 'w .... .T '.. ijiiiii .inn mifllMJM I
1" V . .Sin .... flU, J.I
Orchard ? Willielm Co.
414-416-418 South Sixteenth Street.
Quality Furniture at Popular Prices
8 Carloads Furniture Received the Past Week
Embracing llie latest in Jacobean, William and Mary, Queen Anne, and Ohas II designs, as well as plain straight linea
and Colonial patterns. You'll be pleased with this Sujerior display and surprised at the low selling priees.
Jacobean and Charles II
Mahogany Bedroom Suites
Cane insertion in panels. Very attractive patterns.
Beds, $28.EC and $29.00. Dressers, $29.50 and $30.00.
Chiffoniers, $29.00 and $29.50. x
These suites also in American Walnut at, a nmull advance in price.
Simmons Steel Bed, $8.75
One of our big line of Simmons Ueds. exactly like cut. hnilt wilh two-Inch con
tinuous post five one-inch fillers, and fitted with Rood grade nieiul rasters, mak
ing it easy to move about. Cornea in e'tlier whito enamel or Vernis Martin finish.
Kull Bize at S8.75.
Bad Coaghl Feverish? l.rlppyr
These ailments weaken your system;
don't wait. I'se Dr. Bell's Tine-Tar-Bloney.
It allays inflammation: kill
crrms. .25c. All drURglsts. Advertisement.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
"Tcwnstnd's for 8 port ins; Ooofls."
Baltimore Silver Edholm. Jeweler.
Llfhtln rixtarss Burgess-Grandsn.
Hsvs Boot Flint It Now Beacon Press.
Auto Ttrs Chain, Jas. Morton Son Co.
Vs "Ism-Tils" shingles. Sunderland.
Mirrors Mads and Bs-Sllversd Omaha
Glass Con. Co., 1612 Cap. Ave. D. 1721.
To Stll Bal Estate, list it with J. II.
Uiimont & Co., Keellne l)ld.
Keep Tour Money and valuables In the
American Safe Deposit Vaults, 218 South
17th St.. Boe BldK. Boxes rent 1.0J for
t months. Open from s. m. to 6 p. m.
Mrs. retail Better Mrs. Lee Kstelle,
wife of the district Judge, is improved
considerably and is not in danger, as
was first reported.
"Today's Mo via Fro train" classified
ctlon today. It .prea.-s in Tn B'O
tXCLUSIVELr". Find out what the vs..
rloua moving picture Uisaters offer.
Tsacher Has Boarlat Paver May
Kelly, teacher at I-ong school, Is Hi with
scarlet fever. She Is the second public
school teacher stricken with this dlseaae.
Held for Violating Bop Laws Virgil
Trice was bound over to the federal
nmnd Jury by Commissioner Slnnhaus
under J1,0"0 bond for alleged violation nf
the "dope" laws.
Mrs. roots to Speak Mrs. D. A. Koote
1-ud. r of the li neighb jrhood Hlll
clasdt s of the city of Uinaha, will cundui t
her class for leaders on .Monday after-
nn, March 20. in the auditorium of the
Young M"ii H Chr.stiun association.
Us "Tax-Til" Shingles. Sunderlands.
Ksysr Oosa on Buying Trip K. M.
Meyer, manager of the lierg Clothing
rntnpanv, I- lies' department, will leave
for Ne.w York on a buying trip to re
plenish bis sto ks, due to the brink bui-lie.-."
of his department the lat ek.
In fact, a full size Davenjwrt, Turkish con
struct ion, G feet 8 inches lontf; soft and
luxurious, covering is hair cloth j. A r
figured brown denim. Wry spl. val. !)f
G enuineTennessee Red Cedar Chest, $ 10
Moth proof. .lust the thing in which to put away
winter clothes Size 40 inches long, H-j
inches wide and 17 inches deep
Frame of solid mahogany, twist posts;
one of the late pat t ems, upholstered tp-
entry, spring cushion scat. fc 1 Ir'I fj
Choice Anne ( hair or Rocker. gg
Another Carload Combination Ranges
Pretty good evidence that people want only the Itest.
The Round Oak
burns coal, gas or wood equally well without change
Don't take our word for it. We will
H-iid it out on
r JiiiiisM t - t t ' rtrff
I as IMI T II. I BIISinMMMMMWII,-.-
30 Days' Free Trial
Then after the trial, monthly payments. The
best costs no more than the cheaply made, un
known combination range"
Prepare for Summer
Turn in your old Refrigerator
for $3.C0 on a new Herrick.
It don't pay-to fix up an old refrigerator
Only a perfect circulating refrljerator like tli
HEKIUCK will keep the family's food pure.
It's Early Yes
Hut early preparedness Is the only economical kind.
Monthly payments as you use the
Complete line of Herrick's on display in basctneut.
Charming New Laces for the
Curtaining of Your Windows
la our curtain department we are nhowinR a new line '-f
Duchess, I iris Hrie
or strip lace goods.
These enable us to treat ordinary nle, large and
small windows and French doors exactly alike and with,
Made in the new champagne tthade and range in price--
$1.25, $1.35, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00
per strip 9 inches wide.
No higher than regular curtains of this style and
much more practical.
Also curtains to match two Oi
these patterns, at
$12.50 and $13.50 Pair.
New Rice Voile
An exceedingly sheer and
dainty bedroom curtain material,
in while only,
10 and 75 Yard.
ThoKe Hice Voiles alRO come in
pink and blue Jacquard dot at
. . i WL
l roue and gold effects
Filet Lace Nets
In natural Egyptian and
10c 50S G5 and
Rugs That Look Well
Wear Well-and Sell Well
That's what jn'oplo want, and because we buy only the
hot known makes, carefully select and show them in big as
sortments, we are daily selling large numbers of
$20, $22.50, $24 to $29.75
ur lines show assortments in all sizes at proportionate prices.
Our Rug Section offers Complete Stocks
of New Patterns in
Bundhar Wilton Rugs
French Wilton Rugs
and Anglo-Indian Rugs
It would be a mistake to buy w, It bout seeing our assortment of rugi.
Spend a Pleasant Hour Listening
to the New Victor Records
On the Fifth Floor
The most perfectly appointed suite of rooms la
t!ie west for the display of Talking Machines.
You will be cordially welcomed here at all timej.
Victor Tulklntt Machines In all grade und flnibhcv,
$15.00 to $300.00
Have You Tried
The Victor Tungs-Tone Stylus?
It plays CO to 200 records without need of change.
Key to the Situation Uee Want Ads.
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