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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1916.
BISHOP STUNTZ WILL
COME TO OMAHA
South American Prelate Trans
ferred to Omaha by Methodist
BRISTOL GOES TO TOKESSEE
Saratoga Springs, N. Y., May 24.
The twenty-five bishops of the Meth
odist Episcopal church were assigned
to their new episcopal residences at
a nveeting of the episcopal convention
Though the assignments will not
be announced to the conference until
later in the week, it was learned that
a large number of changes have been
made to be effective at the end of the
conference afler being ratified by the
The seven bishops who were
elected last week received these as
signments: Thomas Nicholson, who has been
secretary of church board of educa
tion, to Chicago; Adna W. Leonard
of Seattle, to San Francisco; Matt
S. Hughes of Pasadena, Cat, to
Portland, Ore.; Franklin Hamilton
of Washington, D. C, to Pittsburgh;
Charles B. Mitchell of Chicago, to
St. Paul; William F. Oldham of New
York, to Buenos Aires, South Amer
ica, and Herbert Welch of Oh,io, to
The following transfers have been
Frank M. Bristol, from Omaha to
Chattanooga, Tenn.; Homer Stunts,
from South America to Omaha: Wil
liam A. Ouayle, from St. Paul, Minn.,
to St. Louis; William McDowell,
from Chicago to Washington, D. C;
Edwin S. Hughes, from San Fran
cisco to Boston; Richard J. Cooke,
from Portland, Ore., to Helena,
Mont; Theodore S. Henderson, from
Chattanooga, Tenn., to Detroit, Mich.
Born in Pennsylvania.
Bishop Homer Clyde Stunti was
born at Albion, Erie county, Penn
aylvania, January 2'). 1853. His early
education rame at the State Normal
school at Edinboro, Pa., and at the
academy of Northwestern university.
He studied law in the University of
Iowa and graduated from the Gar
rett Biblical institute in the class of
1884, receiving the degree of S. T. B.
at Garrett institute in 1896 and the
degree of D. D. in the same year at
Upper Iowa university.
In Ministry Since 1884.
In 1885 Bishop Stuntz was married
at Bloomington, III., to Miss Estrlle
Clark. He has been in the Methodist
church ministry since 1884.. He was a
missionary to India from 1886 to 1895
and was made superintendent of the
Methodist missions in the Philip
pine islands in 1901.
Recognition of his work in the for
eign field brought his election to the
episcopacy and he has served for the
greater part of his career as bishop
in South America, where he was sig
NAVAL BUDGET SHOWS A
GROWTH OF NINETY MILLION
Washington, May 24. -The naval
appropriation bill carrying a total of
$241,000,000 was reported to the house
today by Chairman Padgett of the
naval committee. The committee's re
port says that the $91,787,287 increase
over last year's appropriation was
found necessary "to place the navy in
a better state of preparedness." It
states that a total of $98,859,378 is
provided for new ships, including five
battle cruisers, and to continue the
ships now building.
The National Capital,
Wediuwdnjr. Mt? 14, tW.
fUijmfk1 rr.nMri Hon of rlvort nd har
bor Appropriation bill.
Judiciary commit t vU4. 10 to H, for
fnvorthl rnpnrt on nomination of lunula l.
ftrantl ftwucltt JusUli of th tu
Th I loud.
Const lr4 Oriron tnil California railway
land grunt hill Involving vrnmnt ra
rnvary of Or fan lanria valuad at bat wn
llO.OAMOft and &ft.ioi,0AQ.
Naval appropriation bill waa raportad
from naval com m tuns.
OUR GRAND OPENING
Has Made a Busy Week
This hiom hfts Ixvn crovrdtul daily crnwiletl
mm who want lij? value, in thoir ltl(ts. I'at Men, Tall
Men, linn Mfn nrul Short Mrrt, ntid I ?vtifii thrm nit.
SUIT OR flj
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A. M. BROWAR,
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220 South Fifteenth Street
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METHODIST BISHOP WHO HAS
BEEN ASSIGNED HERE.
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One Year Ago Today
in the War
Krttlah roBllllna rahlnt nounr4.
Anatrlun Alpln. tronpi oroMd Itl
ln frontier and w. miilurrd.
Itl lnvtd A"trln mnrt
hd of Oulf of Wnl. ali!n four
Kalian f1rt Kiwi, dmiront on A nail-tun
roMl nd dMtroyrd lluw harbor
Hrttl.h. ArlTcn hurfc by flood
forty fri hlh, failed In Itrmpl to re
gain ground lout amr Vpreo.
To Cnr rhlldraa'i Colds
Kp child dry. clo'ht comfortable, avoid
ipoauro, lv lir. Hll'l Pln.'rr Hon.
Httnea phlmim. rdiicM Inflammailon. Only
Jto. All druas'at. AdvartUtmant.
Must be provided when the
Appetite Is Poor
The Digestion Weak
The Liver Lazy and
The Bowels Constipated
It Is an emcHlent tonic, pp
titer and stonuuh medicine,
V. Get The Genuine-'
HX CORNEN FARNAM At It) TH
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FOR GOOD ROADS
(fonilnud from Pta On,)
strrru, and tlic commercial club is
spfnding $J0,(H0 this yfar (or public
Seward has 135 active members in
a town of 3,000 population. The an
nual budget is $4,000. 1 he town has
four miles of paving and a municipal
water and light plant. The club has
donated $6,(KK) lor a Young Men's
Christian Association building. ,
The club at Superior, a town of
3,000 population, lias 200 members.
This club is but a year old. The rep
resentatives claim that it has done
more for good roads in one year than
has been done there in the twenty
five years previous.
O. II. Thoelke, president, and W. D.
Fisher, secretary of the North Platte
Commercial club, reported 320 mem
bers in a town of 6,600 population.
The, budget is $6,000. They have a
ladies' rest room and a farmers' ex
change in connection with the office.
The club has just secured seventy-five
acres of ground for a city park.
Attorney General Willis E. Reed
in his talk to the delegates of the
A refreshing traveling companion
Pnpmni by m Dmetor of Dtnlal Smrtmty
Sand 2c stamp for generous sample of either
Dr. Lyon's Perfect Tooth Powder or Dental Cream.
L W. Lyon A Seas. !, S77 W. 27 St., New Yark City
The Right Way, to Iron
tho cool, sensible wayis with' an
Electric Flat Iron. Iron in the coolest spot
wherever there is an electric light socket Do your
ironing in much time, without walking back and
forth, without waiting for the iron to heat Use an
Iron that $lid instead of sticking and scorching.
Electric Ironing Means
Tlirro is never soot on the surface of nn
Eloctric Iron. It heats from within, and
keeps a steady, even heat that does the beat work
in the least time.
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Brandsis Sums, ItlH and Douglas Su, 0-1114
turf0'"' Ca., 1S11 Mear' St, T SSI
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Nebraska Association of Commercial
clubs in Omaha Wednesday noon,
made i plea for co-operation between
the eastern and western part of the
state tn the matter of developing tr
rigation projects in the west. He held
that this is as much to the interest of
the esstern part of Nebraska as to
In the first place he pointed out the
danger of delaying in getting the wat
er rights until the states adjoining
on the west had obtained them: and
in the second place he pointed out
that water cower development, in
which eastern Nebraska is interested
as much as western Nebraska, is not
possible unless the water rights are
obtained before others get them,
Representative of the Lincoln
Commercial club claim 1.662 mem
bers, of which 142 are life members
at S250 each. The city has a copula
tion of 65.000. The slogsn is ,JA New
Skyline Every Morning.
Avoca Teacheri Appointed.
Avora, Neb., May 24. (Special.)
The Dosrd of Education has elected
the following teachers for the com-
ins year; principal, Villa Gapen; as
sistant principal, Emma Marnuardt;
grade teachers, Nita Francis, Mattie
Kutzman and Anna Alhusen.
YOUR brother should not be
If he is a capable business man
his hands are full of his own af
fairs. If he is not, you do not
want him. In cither event your
estate would suffer.
This 6trong Company's first
business is the handling of Es
tates. Name it your Executor.
1622 FAWNAH STWeeT
Electric Light &
GEO. H. HARRIES, Prei.
The Store for
Great boxes filled with
new blouses arrive on ev
Among the latest com
ers, and shown for the first
time Thursday, are some
choice numbers in Geor
Priced $6.50 to $10.50.
This popular priced sec
tion is constantly growing
in popularity. Waists ana
middies for ev- QC
For women who appre
ciate style at a price.
Large varieties for 50c.
Come to the Council Chamber,
Thursday Evening, May 25th9 and
Learn How to Do It. No admis
sion. Meeting Open to Every One.
If you are interested in having Oma
ha a smokeless city; if you are in
terested in learning how you can cut
your heating costs don't miss this
EVERYBODY INVITED-NO CHARGE
Kewanee Biler Company
Smokclcst Hoilcri for low prenurc heating, Rndi
ntor, Tnki, Water Heating, Garbage Humeri.
Let the other fellow worry put YOUR AD in Tf c Dec.
i The Fashion Cenler of Hie Middle
May Clearance Thursday
Finest Millinery in Omaha
The reductions in ev
ery case are made
from our regular
prices, which are con
Every Trimmed Hat
Reduced to Half Price
and Less Thursday
Beautiful Trimmed Hats
For $2.95, $3.95, $4.95, $6.50
and Up to $15.00
A sale in Millinery is not profitable unless it leaves
with the buyer the feeling that the hat purchased Is
particularly suited to her individual requirements.
MUlla.ry S aft Urn Sacond Floor. '
Smoke and Cut
It is just as good sense to shovel
money into the alley as to send smoke
up the stack. Smoke is due entirely
to incomplete combustion. It is fuel
coal completely you cut out
smone dim reauce your coai uiu.
At the Omaha Council Chamber, on
Thursday evening, May 25th, at 8
o'clock, the Combustion Specialist of
the Kewanee Boiler Company will
show you how a Kewanee Smokeless
Boiler burns any soft coal smoke
lessly and reduces heating costs.
will be illustrated with stere- L
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