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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, ' NOVEMBER 25, 1916.
: MDST.GIVE LISTS
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Harman Orders Them Up for
Aid of Federal Inves
NEW BANK AT MILLARD
(Tram a Staff Oorreapondaot.)
, Lincoln, Nov. 24. (Special.) Cold
storage houses will be required to
furnish a once the pure food depart
ment of the 'ttate the quantity of cold
storage eggs and other necessaries of
life which they may have in their
establishments, according to orders
sent out this morning by Food Com
. The reports will be used to assist
the federal government in an investi
gation of the shortage and high prices
on butter and eggs. ,
New Millard Bank. '
, The Farmers State bank of Millard
is a new institution which was grant
ed a charter at a meeting of the State
Banking board yesterday.
The capital of the bank will be
$15,000 and the officers are: John C.
Bull, president; Ben Schemer, vice
president, and Elliot H. Frahm,
cashier. :';-!..' .v , .?:'
Thomas to Bassett.
' State .Superintendent Thomas will
go to Bassett and Newport this eve
ning to attend county institute meet
ings at those places.
John G. Mallalieu,
Is Dead in Idaho
Lincoln, !. Neb., Nov. 2. (Special
Telegram.)-Miss Elizabeth Malla
lieu, assistant state librarian, last
night received a telegram announcing
the death other father, John G. Mai-,
lalieu, at Idaho Springs, Idaho.
f Mr. Mallalieu, who was prominent
iri affairs in - Nebraska, moved to
Idaho a few, yean agov.He was sec
retary of the republican state cen
tral committee in 1901 and 1902 and
was superintendent of, the State In
dnstrial school at Kearney for four
years. He wss born at Millifigton,
Md., sixty-four years ago.
V The body will be brought to Kear
ney, bis former home, for interment
Sunday. ' - - " ;
A number of fmraim la thlt vie I all have
bn tosrinff cat Us tram some form of corn
took: tftsMUw. . v
f. T. HcAoyt lnatnctor of 1oniBtoit tn
Crelfhton university, spent Sunday with
homo folk here, ' - (
'lira. Hoary thl ud ehlldroa of Omaha
pent tho wssh-od visiting Mm. Stani's
pmrsntm, Mr. mn4 , lira. John Long dsn. .
TrspfiiBff la Tory popular with tho young
bora horo and lbs pmut high, juice of
pelts makes It ft profltmbls pas Urns. A food
wkuab hide brings or H and aeme of the
boys hftvo aaugtit over twonty of thera.
.MiM Irene Tbonuu has lamed Invitations
to shower to ba givett Saturday afternoon.
in honor of Mian Gold Haney, whoa ntr
rtag to Qsorga Oofeeh wi take plaee boob.
' Tho body of William MeCormlck, aid n,
who waa trilled la :r wUroad wreck Id Ctah,
arrlwd here Monday. The fuaeral waa held
from? the Oathoile ehunoh .Monday Aiprntaf.
Father Wallmoo official., . ..
The fnaeral of Chris PopeBnagwa, vbo
died In the St Catherme'e hospital In
Omaha enday, waa held from the home
here Tveaday ftfternooa, . Hie death fol
lowed ah oporatloa far appendicitis and
trail atone He wan a man of middle age
and leavea two children. Bit wife died
" liven Vp Year Torpid liver. '
To keep your Uvef active as Dr. King's
New Ufa PUH. They Inaure good dtges
tlon and relieve oooetipeUaa. At drug
One Ray of Sunshine
Prom Our Near Neighbors
J , Bennington.
Lawrence Ohrt oelebrated hi birthday
Mr. and Mre, August Wltte were Omaha
Mr, and Mrs, Fred Kline have been trans
ferred to the Valley telephone exchange.
' Miss Rodell, teacher at W ranch school,
announeas a program and boa social .tor
Raymond Raamusaen fell from the lower
part of the school fire escape and broke his
leg above the knee. ,
Peter Buns, sr.. if again seriously 111 and
a nurse has been called In to take charge
of tho oase. The trouble seems to be a form
of blood poisoning.
Kggert Oftf has again taken possession of
his hall, Mr! and Mrs. John Sais having
vacated and moved their household goods
to Waterloo, Men. .
C ; Valley. , -y-- s'.
Q. r. Hemes and family left Tuesday
for their new home at Lyons, Neb.
Mre. Klttlo Nell; who has been 111. Is
improving and! will soon be up again.
Mm. Charlea Collen has been quite 111
this weak wtth an attack of lumbago.
Mr. and Mrs. elan Hall moved to Water
too Saturday and will lla there thla win
ter. ; . - - l - - n i
, Mrs. Bdmlnster of Lincoln arrived Mon-
dfty end will spend tho week visiting Val
Mre. It. M. Srway waa called to Omaha
on account of the Illness of her another.
Mrs. Btmenon. , . , -
" Mr. and Mrs. Carter left Wednesday for
Iowa, called by the serious Illness of Mr.
Mrs. Annie Robinson returned Tuesday
from 0 linnet 1. la., where she had visited
her niece, Ruth Habbard. y
. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Johnson and Luther
Johnson went to Lincoln Friday to attend
the Kansae-Nebraaka game.
Rev. Mr; Coder of Meridian. Mlee.. who
supplied the Presbyterian church for four
weeks, returned to bis home Monday. .
The ladlea of the Eastern Star save a
very enjoyable abower for Mrs. Olen Hail,
formerly Oladyo Condron, Tuesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. W. B, Weekly.
The roarular monthly meeting of - the
Woman's Missionary society of the Prenby
terten ehorob wen held Wednesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Margaret Holds
worth. Mrs. Kopp waa leader.)
The Community Welfare elob. consisting
of representatives from the Woman's club,
Mothers' club, Woman's Christian Tem
perance union, two Farmere' unions, Valley
Commercial olub and the Methodist church,
met Monday at the aohoot house to com
plete the permanent organisation. The
following board of trustees waa elected to
manage tne affairs or tne ciud: m. u. name,
N. 0. Wlcklnnd, W. 8. Eddy. P. M. Butts,
John Oilraora, Mm C. B. Iftehots and Mrs.
W. O. Whttmore.
Mrs. Nell Overton Is visiting a eoualn at
II las Bdlth Tyo " of Lonlarlllo . visited
Sprlngfleld friends thla week.
Mm. Penny Reynolds of Palnrtew waa
calling on mends nere una ween.
Tom Bundy arrived this week from Colo
rado and. will make his homo here.
The Women 'e elob will hold ft meeting ol
the club with Mrs. Bee be next Tuesday
Mm. Mattlo Boton and children of Win
ner, S. D.. are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. w. H. Ellis.
Rev, Howard H. Pysohe of Loomls, Neb.,
has aeoepted a call to the Congregational
church of this .place.
Rev. XJ. O. Brown, district superintendent,
held quarterly conference at the Methodist
charcit Tttursaay nigns.
Dr. Peters and Prof. Simmons, white com
ing from Ashland In their auto, run over
an embankment and turned over, breaking
m urn ;
Advanced Holiday Sale of " .
K(n)(() PIANOS AND
W - PIANO PLAYERS :
at lower prices thBn were ever offered by any reputable Piano House in the country,
end on the remarkable terms of S5.00 a month.
Beautiful New Upright Pianos, $156 and up
Brand New 88-Note Player Pianos, $348 and up ' v
New Grand Pianos, Apartment size, $435 and up
t You can make your selection from such world-renowned instruments as
Steinway, Hardman, Steger &Sons, McPhail, i ,
Weber' Emerson, Lindeman & Sons, Wagner,
and our own' sweet-toned Schmoller & Mueller.5 Sold at Factory-to-Home Prices,
. saving! you from $100 to $200. , ,
Also the following slightly used Pianos from $68, $9, $115 and
Kimball, Decker & Sons, Lester, . Emerson,
. Conover, Chickering & Sons, Foster & Co., Steger & Sons.
- -;. Also the Aeolian line of Player Pianos, including Steinway, Weber, Step k, Whee
: lock, Stroud, Aeolian and our sweet-toned Schmoller & Mueller. i
l7ifAMr inaritiiiMAHi mhhUaJ 1 J Jfl . .J n i . . .1 M v
vwvijf .iipwumcui maiacu in pittui iigurea ana iuuy Kuaranieea.
oft the top of the car. but receiving nothing
more than a good susKing up.
A letter was received from Kempton. N.
D., announcing the marriafre of Dick Armes
to Mies Roeo Losaw on the 17th Inst.
MbMs Kula Batee. Alice K I well and
Alois Klwell attended the Nebraska-Kansas
foot ball game at Lincoln last Saturday.
Mrs. Charles Huvhes and son of Pornta.
Tet, who have been visiting Mrs. Mary
Preston, left last Tuesday for tneir nome.
Mra Susan Alford, who has been the guest
of her sister. Mrs. W. E; Miller, left last
Friday for her heme In Castle Rock, Colo.
Tho members of tho Methodlat church
gave a reception to fifty-one new member
lately taken to the church at the opere
house last Pnday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Pred H, Ruge were Omahn
Mis Mattlo Nnutsman waa ft visitor at
Berlin Tuesday evening.
Superintendent Rda Marquardt was here
from Plattsmouth this week.
Harry Marquardt and family spent Sun
day with relatives at Dunbar.
Mr. and Mra. Pred Kuhnhenn eneat
Thursday and Friday at Omaha.
The Christian Ladles' Aid socle Lv mel
with Mys. W. H. Thlele Thursday.,
Mr. and Mre, William Peso are the haoov
parenu of a baby girl born Sunday.
Mrs. J. W. Brendel entertained the fVn.
gregatlonal Ladles' Aid Thursday afternoon.
O. L. .Brinton end family were hmrm an.
day from Kim wood for a visit with rela
tives, - '. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl UasMman mnA TM.k
Bend.' ,Pnt flUni,ay. wlth rtMd" Booth
Mrs. Lloyd Harmon wu hrm tti.
this week for a visit wtth relatives and
friends, -., . -
Mr. and Mrs. p. Q. Spencer and sons of
Tslmage were here Sunday for a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. William Rauth and daugh
ters of Manley were visiting friends east of
Mr and Mra. William Tllele, Mrs, Anna
Meyers and daughter, Clara, wef Omaha
Mr. and Mrs. Henry WeeUake of Hem
mlngford are spending the week with rela
tives and friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Lodge Cay rill and Mr. and
Mrs. Pred Mallnson of Wabash wore visit
ing relatives here thla week.
,MIa Ktlltan spent Saturday and Sunday
Mrs. John Hendrlckaon visited ber son at
Mr. and Mrs. Jacobean and family mo
tored to Kennard Sunday. ,
Mra. George Haaard la la ft very critical
condition with pneumonia,
Mr. and Mra. Charley Vestal and family
motored to Kennard Sunday.
Mlaa Btnel Allen of Omaha visited at tho
Deln borne Tuesday and Wednesday.
Artlne Spring of Benson Ttstted at tho
home of her grandparents a few days last
Mr. and Mrs. Watohler of Omaha won
entertained at the Charley Vestal honu
Mr. and Mra. Ed Pamp and Mrs. Hannah
Pamp motored to Logan, la., Sunday to
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Rasmmwen moved to
Keystone Park last week. Mr. and Mra.
Jack ' Petersen from near Debolt have
moved on their farm. .
Arthur Qalnaa waa hit ny a motorcycle
Sunday evening while walking on the road
south of his plaoe. His leg was hurt quite
badly, but no bones were broken.
About eight boya and glrla were In at
tondaacn at the Junior short course In agri
culture and domestic science held here this
week. The county superintendent. Miss Eva
Marquardt, and experts from the state uni
versity school of agriculture have been in
Mlaa Minnie Detn and Alfred Wllllame
were entertained at the Walter Madsen
homo In Benson Sunday evening.
Mm. 8. D. Cheek has gone to Tezford,
Kan., to visit her father, who la past 71
years of age.
A. S. Boyle loot eight head of cattle
from the cornstalk dlseaae during two days
the first part of the week.
Hans Nelson left Monday for a trip to
Denmark to visit friends and relatives. He
expects to bo gone until April.
Prof, and Mrs. R. J. Pool of the etate
university were Sunday visitors at the home
of Prof. Pool's brother, Clarence. '
Miss Alice' Crosier, who teaches In the
public schools at Union, visited Sunday
at the homo of her parents here.
Word has been received here of tho mar
riage of Miss Ruby McDonald to Pred Gable,
The couple will move soon to a farm near
Corn elevators used on the farms tor un
loading from one wagon to crib have been
responsible for two accidents In this vi
cinity this week. C. J. Karla and A moo
Wright both sustained Injuries by getting
their hands caught In the machinery.
proves it 25c at all druggists.
, Store Talk '
"I see you're showing
about .twice as many suits
and overcoats as you did last
year. Don't seem to ba any
scarcity of clothes here,"
said a customer yesterday.
That's as far as he thought
about it. Little he knew
that more than $100,000 ad
ditional early purchases were
made to insurer sufficient
merchandise for this season's
requirements. . -
Three great floors are de
voted to men's apparel here
today. If you're unacquaint
ed with a greater Nebraska
service, then, even as a mat
ter or curiosity, you ought.
tu visit mis metropolitan
JOHN A. SWAN80R
, L. HOLZMAN..
, OUR FREE CHRISTMAS OFFER
Every purchaser of an instrument ranging in price from $100 and up will re
ceive a Beautiful 42-Piece Dinner Set Absolutely FREE. ,
L If unable to call in person, please write for our Free Catalogue and Price List. You can make no
better Christmas present than a Piano, Player Piano or Phonograph.' It will bring joy and pleasure to
the entire household and your friends as weU. - '
., Bur fr Later Meat Yr If Y Like We will reserve your instrument for Christmas
delivery if desired. :t ' , ,
SCIinOLLER & MUELLER PIANO CO.
The Leading riano House in the West V 1311-13 FARNAM ST., OMAHA, NEB.
. Headquarters for Aeolian Vocations and Columbia" Grafonolas and their entire
line of Foreign and Domestic Records.
Thousands upon thousands of gar-,
ments from Rochester, N., Y., world's
best .clothes makers are offered in
STie 3Uku(ia. fixtratlatue
A Guaranteed Saving of $5.00 to $10.00.
Emphatically the great achievement of this
Greater Store has been the assembling of these
astounding clothes values No condition that
could have been devised was more welcome to us
than the present market It enabled us to demon
strate more conclusively than ever the' matchless
value-giving efficiency of this organization.
Largest Selections in the West
. OVERCOATS for
every purpose. Ever
right Chesterfields, tin
gle and double breasted
dress and utility coats,
Ulsters and Ulsterettes
fat belt or big storm
proof motor coats. Box
Backs, Balmaccsuu and
belt back novelties.
Unusual colon and pat
terns or . conservative
young 'men. . English
sacks are having the
calL flexible roll lapel
or permanent front
styles. , See the new
Militare set up should
ers, entirely new line
to these suits. Rich wor
steds, flannels, tweed,'
cassimeres, cheviots. All
Hard-to-fit-Men We've built up an immense
business on special sizes. You'll see here more
stouts, longs, shorts, short stouts and extra large
sizes than in any other five stores hereabouts. No
need to pay fancy tailor prices. We'll fit you in'
every way, $10-$15-$20-$25-$30-$35-$40
All out-of-doors men find mackinaws ideal.
Very new full belt or belt back models. New
pockets and collar Ideas. Genuine 34 and 86
oz. fabrics. Great values,. $5 to $15
' Boys' Clothes
You're looking for wear in boys' clothes
if s here. Newest belt back Norfolk suits and
novel overcoats. $2.50 to $12. Largest show
ing Boys' Mackinaw Coats, at $5 to $9
Men's Fur and Fur-Lined Overcoats priced on the Greater Nebraska
value basis at a saving of 25 to 33 at $18.00 to $85.00
Worlds Best Underwear for Men
" Men's Finest Vassar, Superior,
,-Winsted, Springtex Union Suits
.' ; s and other makes, heavy, medium
or light wool mixtures or cotton, i
at $1.00 to $5.00.
; Men's Shirts
1 You must see for yourself these clev
er new stripes and fancy weave effects
to know whats what in shirts.
M.nh.tUn, York, BatM-Straet, Lt
. t Cnationi, $1.50 to $5.00
NECKWEAR The richest Silks of
the season, 50 to $2.00
'.Men's, Women' and Children'
Men's shawl and C: lYSTmt
,, . mediumweignt
Byron. collar sweaters ,weater8( $2.50 to
81.00 o $7.00 $7.95
Boys' and Girls Sweaters, good se
: lections, st $1.50 to $5.45
Men's Shirts and Drawers '
whatever your particular kind -may
be it's here in your size. '
All weights, best makes, best val
ues, 50c to $2.00. ,
That New Hat
We have your hat in just the right dimension,
right color, right price and alert hat service
Stetson Famons Hats, $3,50 to $10
Bonalino Italian Hats, $4 to $5
i vrorai ana Anapp mu, 9.sV o .93 (
Nebraska f0 Nebraska,
De Luxe ' Jk.S Special
, Hataat....N'' Hats, at..
" Sealskin Csps at $5.00 to $20.00
Coonskin Caps, priced at $7.50
Muskrat Caps, at $3.95 to $5.00
Coney or Nearseal Caps, $2.50 to $3.50
Special Pieced Seal Caps,
unequaled values, at
Cloth, Plush and Leather Caps
CLOTHING mMDiNY M
COR." fr DOUGLAS II
Saturday, Nov 25th,
everyone buying a suit
or overcoat costing at
least $15 will be given
a fine, big, live, corn
fed turkey. Come
early and pick out
Suits, ta ecru, mil
vises, usually 98c
Ma's SSe Hory
SniU. nsuaUy Bed
Mcol H a t t
Shirt and Draw
er, frell uiually
a 7Ss- .n
an mit alMr
Bors Phi eh Back Suit, some with rmr
kniekerbocker pants, lined throuf bout ;
mut n wrnetBDM eassimerea in mii-
cures, eheelu and stripes: sites t to 17
years, out not in mil styles; . w7y
vmlues to M. choice at $. Jt)
Boys' Orcreomts. made of fancy 6vereost
ings In the popular wintssr shades; mlso
bins mod gray chinchilla, button to -neck
styles or convertible eoUmrs. with pinch
and full backs; half and full belts, sixes
3 to 9 years. WO values J
Men's Shoes, made of gunmetal
calf and soft kid skin, button and
lace styles: hicrh and wide tnen-
styles for both dress and work; all
sizes 6 to 11, usually tjy A f"
3.60, at.....,,,.. .. Va-al-O
Little Men's High Cut Boots, in
tan and black) two buckle styles;
heavy soles; sizes 9 to 13 ; others
ask fully $2.25
special for Satur
Men's Heavy Ribbed Gray Sweater
C.MtM wifh flhflwl rnl- a v
lar; worth $1.25 IVlC
Men's Heavy Ribbed Sweater
Coats with double' shawl collars
and two pockets,
usually $3.00, .
ua vr i kuuiuo
In blue checks or neat worsteds,
also stripes and mixtures; in sizes
from 28 to 42 waist; ts in
regularly 2-50, spe- JS I tlfl
cial, per pair- . ; ..... ,T T m
Men's Neat Worsted Striped Pants,
suitable for both work or dress
good heavy winter
weights; usually sold ,
for $3.00, Saturday. .
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