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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1916)
THK BKK: OMAHA, NA'ITKDAY, MAY i, WW.
N NEBRASKA FRUIT
NOT FROST INJURED
FRANK. YOUNG TO HEAD
THE GRAND COMMANDERY
Temperature Low Enough to Affect
Blooms Hat Not Been
SCHOOL MEETINGS OVER STATE
(From Stuff Correnpondent )
LINCOLN. Mar I. BprlaI.)-Ne-biimka
fruit hm nnt been hurt by th
Idle frot, f.cnrMut to Fecretary Dun
can of the Hlat Hoaril of Horticulture.
"So far an I hav heart," ald Mr.
Imncan thl a mornliir, "thr haa bcn
no Annum from front of any ronx
luonre. I have not heard from th x
trrm wntprn part of the tnte,' but I
am lnollnrel to believe that thrra haa
been little. damnKO there beraiiM the
araaon la later out there and the bii'll
rould nut have been developed they
are here In the fruit, belt.
"It lakea a 30 degree temperature to
damage fruit bloaanma, and f do not un
rteiKlniid that It hu been that cold In
(hla nwtlon of the atate. Anyhow, there
haa been lio report of damage aent In to
thla department and ao I am of the opin
ion that there haa been none,"
ftrhnnl Meet al Munilinlill.
ftnte Huperliitendent Thomas and W.
II. Campbell went to Humboldt thla
ewnliiK lo attend a rural a'hool meeting.
There will he a alate-wld eduiatlonal
mreilng held at the Llndell hotel In Lln
eoln on May 27.
The Ktate Normal hoard will meet B
Lincoln May 12 for the purpow of taking
up matter regarding the building of new
building at the different normal achool.
.S' e rv IIiiIMIiiv aaaiM'Inllnn.
A new building and loan aaaoelallon, to
be known na tho J'rolecllve Waving and
f-oan aaaoelallon of Ord, haa been
granted a charter by the fUnfe Hanking
board, with a capital of V,tfffA. The
board of director ronalata of A. J. Ker
klna. ('. A. llnr, M. H. Ooodenow, U.
K. (iard, Jomph Hurta and Claude A.
Ulnle Huperliilendent Thomaa haa re
reived nolle, that the fmllh Ilughi-a bill
for the ealahllnhment of national train
ing and IriduMfrlnl edurgtlon haa been
ndvan'-ed in congrea. Tho bill give
federal aid to the different ajrtte of tho
union and tho amount appropriated In
creanea every yeur, Kacli alate aeeept
Ing the approprhillon a expected lo ap
propriate ft like amount, the whole to go
toward glvlnif teaebera Inatrueilon In vo
cational and Industrial education.
Secretary V. It, Mellnr of the Htnlo
Hoard of Ari:ulturo 4-etuitiod from
a meeting of the Hoard of Appeal of the
American Trotting aaaoelallon and re
port, among other thing, the relnatate-
tnent of Jlal McKlnney the (jtiaha
parer, to good, atandlng In, the aaaoela
llon, but knock out tho record made by
Jlal of l.O'fc, made on an Oklahoma
finm oniiany Honda,
A hearing waa ort today be for the
Blate Ilallway commission on the appli
cation of tlfo Lincoln Una company for
permlaalon lo laaiie 5 per cent forty-year
gold bond In the amount of 7.'Zftf), the
bond not to aell for Icm than fC.M uer
The bonda, If burned, are to liquidate
JCT.OOO of atiort-time bond made by the
company In 11)11 and rclaaneil again In
19H, and to be uacd for b.tt't'iwnU.
VIASJ WHO ACCIDENTALLY
TOOK POISON IS DEAD
Amcaf?KKN H. V., May f,.-fflper.lal
Telegram.) OIo Lovo, flintier, near Pol
lock, 8. D., who recently awallowed a
bichloride of mercury t.'hlet In ndalake
for a laxative, died at a, local hoapllnl
'aat night. The tablet had been left at
the I.ovo home to be uacd in dreaaing an
COLTMnVS. Neb., May 5. -(Special Tel
cgram.) Frank It. Young of Iiroken
How head the grand commandery of the
Nehraoka Knight Templar, having been
advanced to that position thl afternoon
Claude Watson, Nebraska City, 1 deputy
grand commander; Wyman B, Clapp,
Kearney, generalisalmo; John 8. Mar
man, Tecumaeh, captain general; Kdward
C. Jorkon, Hlalr. grand aenlor wardn
Charle L. Shook, Omaha, grand Junior
warden; Wealov W. Ilarnea, Nebraka
City, grand prelate; Framla K. White,
Omaha, grand aenetary; tieorge II
Thummell, Omaha, grand treaurer.
The following officer were appointed
John W. Mitchell, Superior, grand atand
ard bearer; Jeaale t. Whit more. Grand
!tnd. arand aword bearer: Arthur f.
Utem, Chadron, grand warden, Hllaa (
I)ean, Norfolk, captain of the guard.
Lincoln wa aelerted a the meeting
place for he 1917 conclave. Thl after
noon the thirty ladle who acconipsnled
(he delegate. were taken In automobile
to the Genoa Indian achool.
SUTHERLAND WILL VOTE
ON LIGHT BOND ISSUE
KCTIIKaLANn, Neb, May f..(SperiU
-A ancclal election haa been called for
June d, at which time the taxpij'er will
decide na to whether or not they desire
to bond tho village In the aum of IV for
the coiiMlruetlon, etc., of an elertrl
lighting plant, rleveral week ago .
local reldent inatalled a plant nnl
lighted geveral of the bualne bulldlngi
In the village, hut the board fulled t
grant him a franch and contract for
street lighting to the amount of J.Vfl per
Heveral ae of amallpox and one of
diphtheria In the neighborhood are r
ported, but no fatalltli have occurred
from the dlee.
MAN'S NOsTnEARLY CUT
OFF BY WAGON WHEEL
ELLHWOHTH, Neb, May S-(Hpeclal.)
The wheel of a aprlng wagon loaded
with feed caued tho almoat complete
amputation yeaterday of the noe of C,
J. ltord r, a well-know farmer northwrt
of town, lie riding on a pile of
aaek In the rear of the wagon when an
unexpected lurch of the front wheel
threw him to the ground between thn
wheel. Ill mm: a broken at the bridge
and from there down It wai nearly av
ered. Ho I now retlng very eaally and
It I expected hi recovery will be rapid.
,w otea of ftrward.
BICWAUH, Neb., May B.-ffipecal.)-Mayor
Merrlam ha made the following
appointment: Hoy H'-hler, city attorney;
John lilllan, city marahal; Tom Cralge,
nlgnt watch; Henry Thome, atreet com
nilailoner; John Martz, water and light
Thy campaign for .i.O'JO for a two-yc;ir
Have Pure Blood
ood'g araaparllla Kakaa Para,
Tour heart work night and Say with
out a aue. It la tho principal organ
of the circulation of your blood. Jt I of
thn utmoat Importance that It ihould do
II work well. The quality and quantity
of your blood have much to do with It
action. If thla fluid la pure and abun
dant, your heart and other vital organ
act with more energy than when It la de
fective In quality or deficient In quan
tity. Hood' Faraaparllla make the blood
pure and abundant. It la the one old
reliable medicine, that ha been nld for
forty yeara, for purifying tho blond.
There la no better blood remedy, appe
llor, atomach tonic. It embodies -the
careful training, experience, and sic 111 of
Mr. Howl, a pharmaclat for fifty year,
In It quality and power to cure.Advcr-'lacmenl.
THIS BTOKK OK THE WW'S
Friday and Saturday
WE WILL SPECIALIZE
Men's and Young Men's
OUR VALUES IN SUITS AT
$15.00 WERE FULLY AP
PROVED BY THE TRADE.
OUR VALUES AT $25.00 ARE
THE BEST IN OUR JUDGMENT-
WE HAVE EVER
GIVEN IN THE SIXTY.
THREE YEARS WE HAVE
BEEN SERVING THE PUBLIC.
FOR THE BOYS
Our Norfolk Jackets
i tt.t it to in n it;)
WITH EXTRA TROUSERS
ARE THE THING FOR
SCHOOL OR PLAY,
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES AT
!$:, s(?.ri(, ss.r.o, $io
t I HMiHINii 4MI II i
I Hl Ml it t Hit ll,
budget for the Young Men Christian a
eoclatlon haa been uccefuily ended, II.
T. Jonea of Seward and the l'abaon
brother of Chicago, formerly boy of thl
town, gave check fnr fV. Secretary
Mayer will leave In three week to take
up the work at Cnlveralty I'lace.
Dee Want A d bring the be reiuK.
M'COOK COMMERCIAL j mr,m- 'shX The new cmcc,, of
CLUR FLFHT? DIRFPTflrK ! ,h club rp: v' A- rennell. pnttn';
M'COOK. Neb.. May 5.-(SpeMnl.)-Th?
fifteen nieuihi'i of the board of dinctir
of the Mci'o.ik Commerclil c!ub were
I unanimously re elected at the annual j n aklnif a campaign for new member
H. C, Clapp, vice piea.ilent; J. K. Lud
vlck, aecrotnry; Norman J. Camptadl,
trenurer. Mr. l'enneil 1 eaahb r of the
Hrt N.UiiiTial bank ard one i f the cliy .
Intplligent booster The iHi'.i li nw
and i meeting with aueccsa, auma
tienty fhe new memf.era be ng added thj
H I only within the iwt half century
that American flega have been made of
home material". lYlor to all Ameri
can flag were made of I'ngllah bunting.
"GROWING WITH GROWING OMAHA"
.THE NEW HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHING
Indigestion. One package1
oroves it 25c at all druggist
The Question of Clothes Is Easily Settled for You
With Hart Sehaffner & Marx Suits
Tlio question of price is settled to your satisfaction also, because vou
can ;et these MODEL SUITS FOR MK.V UKUK at $18.00 and $20.00. Little
enough to pay for clothes that are (J UARANTEKI) ALL WOOL, FAST COL
OR and the best styles to be found in the entire country.
Everything About These Suits Is
Executed in a Masterful IV a u
) 'Hie nmnrt.cst fabrics, snappiest cuts, host shaping, sewing and seaming and ill
...... I(i i hi .11 iiiiioij ni ii inn iiiKii in.
AN' IMPORTANT PACT THAT EVERY MAN WILL THOROUGHLY AP
PREC1ATL is this:
ALL OP OUR MEX'S (100DS ARE SOLI) IX A SEPARATE lUIILDLVO
THE MEX'S IHIILDINO WILL OUTFIT YOU FROM TOP TO TOE WITH
THE VERY REST AT VERY MODERATE PRICES.
To Come Back Again to the Hart Schaf fner & Marx Clothes
Wo made this thn new hmnrt of Hart Kchiiffner & Marx only after hp had thoroughly invrMipated
tbfir flaiiiiH that thn clothrH thny produced wnrn absolutely without 'a err-that tlmy oeenpied thn high
est plaen in thn Hnndy-to-Wear World and HI'XJAIISK THIS CLAIM WAS SUBSTANTIATED IN
KVKHY PARTICULAR, our ciiHtomera will find that thn sikii of
The N ev Home of Hart Sehaffner 8c Marx
Is the Sign to Follow for the Best Fashions
, Aim .
Suits of rpial-
hy the hest-naid artisans in the field. ;ml lipemiste ihov aw rmr
clothes for you to huy, we offer these Suits as the 'best value
you can obtain anywhere at 18 and .f20.
At $18.00 and $20.00
rWrtirilt lUlt HcLlMuM k ilin
And here's what every man gets who in
vests this sum in Hart Sehaffner & Marx
Clothes-the very best of hand tailoring,
weaves that the standard mills of the wfirld
call prize fabrics. As wonderful a fit as the high' priced tailor
could give. Make these; clothes stand every test you know of
and you will buy them quickly at $25.00,
Omaha Headquarters for Sport Clothes
Hart Sehaffner & Marx Clothes atJO.OO, .$:!5.00 and flO
are so far above comparison that we cannot even mention any
thing like them at these prices. These clothes are for MEN WHO
WANT THE VERY REST AND WHO WOULD PAY MUCH
MORE FOR THE SAME CLOTHES OP ANY OTHER MAKE.
Snappy Shirts in Timely Sale
For Widc-A wake Men
Manhattan Shirts. .$1.50 to $3.98
Piiasy Willow Silk Shirts, worth
$8.00, nt $5.50 and $f5.50
Sotiii Striped Silk Shirts, pxelu
sivn patterns $3.25 to $4.98
The Day's Rig Bargain
128 dozen shirt h, Including fine corded
madnw, woven repp, galln atrlped
solsette. Regular $1.50 value, at..$J
166' dozen shlrta, Including uport
shirts, neglige and (rolf shirt, in per
calea. floisettea and repp cloths,
2j Dozen Silk and Mnn Shirts, neckband style, soft French cuffs. Thn
most attractive patterns. These are regular J3 shirts. Special, at. $2.00
Special Men's Hose,
Underwear and Ties
Men's Msle Hone, "run of the mill" quality, in all rolors and pIzps. fteRii-
larly priced at 15c. Sule price, per pair jqc
Eitra fine quality Silk Fiber Horn., "run of thn mill," in all the newest
spring shadrs. These Hre regular t'.'.c wil'.M'H. In n;tl Satunlay, at...l()c
I'nlon Suits, aihleiic knee lengih; ruitnii and HhIo liljlicnl. Hlmrt sleeves,
ri'KUlnr ankle length. VaJues to f 1.2.1, at , GOc ""d 7Do
100 Ihiu n Men's Fine S.Ik Four-ln ll.tud Ties, with the wanted Urae open
end. KeguUi1 Vc values at , 29o
Men's Spring Suits id $12.50 and $15.00
Vor the man who wants to pay thcao moderate prices we offer these clothes
with the Mwiiirnnee that they will give every aatiafaejion. There is the
maximum of atyle and aervirc for you here (j '"JJ(J
New Summer Footwear
Boots and Low Shoes
New Lasts, New Models,
Black, leather, liht and dark
tan Russia leather, also com
bination two-tone patterns,
hlaeks and tans with white
duplex soles. A splendid as
sortment of r-ohhy new foot
v ear lor men who care. The
f'.llou intf veil known m.ikei,
Hurley's Hoots and I.nw Simon
at . . . . $5.01) and ff(' Oil
Kncelaiid's liuols and I. un
shoes $5.1)1 1
1'. D. Harry Itnots ami lem
Shoes ifl.oo and if 1.50
Trust worthy Jiuots iiml I.m'v
For Men agd Young: Men
WJiv Jirnndeis' Lead
If you visited New York today,
these are the styles you would fiec
rn Fifth avenue. Not as remark
able, as it may aeeni, just the re
sult of a live store working for
style leadership. It is one of the
things that make it to your ad
vantage to buy .your hat here.
JOHN li. STETSON HATS
$3.50, H(M) and $5.00
THE FAMOUS "MAYO HATH"
"RRANDKIS SPECIAL" IIATS--
The most complete line of boys' and ehildren'a Headwear
in the city. See all the new Kah-Kah Wash Ilata in white, duck
and linen; also fancy mixtures, at i.5c, 50c and 65e
Hoys' Hats at ...C5e. $1.00 and $1.50
Hoys' Caps at 'J5c, f()e, ti.'.e and $1,00
Golf Caps for Men Kendal ion 1 f,
with reen underhand, also white dnek ih
tfiven nnderliand and a host of other good
Speeding Sporting Goods at Special Prices
l"or the Fisherman, the Golfer, the Shooter, the Baseball Player ami the Athlete
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i.iL'l.' t L't.t.le pHi-aplw i iia!ui of esery doenption, - were f,,rt uiiatf eimiiirli to
-,(, re iiose 1 1 . 1 1 1 u h vm. a.vertis for S.ttnr.lrt io mil un.b-r the nnirk.'t fiure
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