Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 02, 1918, Page 4, Image 4
THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1918. Nebraska ENGINEER WARNS VALLEY DWELLERS OF SPRING FLOODS Thickness of Ice in Rivers Likely, to Cause Trouble When Break Comes After Thaw. (From a Staff CorrespoadenL) Lincoln, March 1. (Special.) State Engineer George Johnson is " worried oyer the prospects for heivy spring floods. Ice in the rivers is four feet thick in many places, says Johnson, due to the fact that the ice first froze two feet and then came a warm spell in which the water ran over the ice and when the cold weathre came again the two feet of water on top froze solid, making the ice four feet thick. He believes the new bridges built of cement will be able to stand the rush, although the valleys along the rivers are likely to overflow to an alarming extent. In such a case it ' stands the people along the river valleys to watch carefully and be pre pared for the spring break-up. Captain Harry Letton Writes of Boat Sinking (From a Butt CerreapoadenL) '' Lincoln, March I. (Special.) Cap tain Harry Letton, who was on board the transport Tsscania when it was sunk by a German submarine, has sent his father, Judge C B. Letton of the Nebraska supreme court, a letter written from the north coast of Ire land, the day after the sinking, in which he says, in part: a "Arriving here about midnight after an exsiting night I won't be able to send any details, but Just want you to know that I am perfectly well and safe. "I had written you a long letter to be mailed, but lost it with all my equipment. Will write more later on, when I know more than now. "I want you to know that our men are fine. They lived trp to ali the tra ditions of the American army and not one showed the white feather. ,4'You may have details of the .occur rence before this reaches you, but probably not. "This is a beautiful country here and interesting, too. Under other cir cumstances I think I could really en joy Jt. I will leave here today or to morrow, probably, but don't know for where." Table Rock Hogs Set Price Record for February Table Rock, Neb., March 1, (Spe cial.) Last week Fay Tiller of this county was on the Kansas City mar ket with two cars of cattle and two cars of hogs. His cows sold for a 75 cents top and his 127 head of hogs n!(t tnr $17 1ft tk hia-haa. i.a ever paid for hogs on the Kansas City market in Februarv. A farewell reception was given to rrot. webt at the Table Rock opera house last night by the faculty and high school pupils of the Table Rock schools. A soldier s kit was presented to him. Some three or four inches of snow fell last night and this morning. The ( auvvr was vzif wet, naving Been pro ceeded by sleet and rain, and will be of much benefit to future crops. It was the heaviest snowfall that has fallen here at any one time this winter. .Prof. L. R. Trout, superintendent of the Table Rock schools for the last five years, has been elected as superintendent of the Harvard, Neb, scooois ior tne coming year. Cutright's Associates . Give Banquet for Him .. t mm a oiair correipondenL) ILinenln. March 1 Cna;1 Tohfl W. ftltrio-ht rrtirinir mAitnr n( the Lincoln Daily Star and for 40 jw m newspaper wont, most ot the time in Nebraska, was tentered an other farewell banquet at the Lin coln hotel last night, this time by his associates on tne paper, both in the eoiiomi ana nusiness otnce. L. B. Tobin. toastmaster and short eulogistic talks were gives oy j. e. Lawrence, as- ' aitraat managing editor; Homer John on, editorial writer, who succeeds Mr. Outright; L. Becker, who takes r. jonnson s place as telegraph edi tor; Roy Hilton, E. E. Wolfe and Henrv Allen Rrainoril rt tha nnw. torial brigade. Mr. Cutright was pre sented with a half-pint of gasoline to run his new jitney presented him this week by his friends. Mr. and Mrs. rt.(.:t, . in i - i- i . " s"i win tcavc iur ins uoincsicau in Wyoming next Sunday. Hartington Patriots Send Message to Wilson Hartington, Neb, March 1. (Spe cial.) The biggest patriotic rally held in this city since the outbreak of war was held at the court house Sunday afternoon. Mapror Ham of Bloomfield was the principal speaker.- Other speakers were: Rev. Ferd. Schnuettgen of this city, Rev. Joseph Bosheck of Crofton and Jacob Ruger of Hartington. nv.'-o. vvesion, cnairman ot tne ' County Council of Defense, presided. , Music was furnished by the Harting ton band and a quartet, and the Home Guards attended the meetinar in a body. The court house was crowded to 4he doors and an overflow meeting was held at the Lyric theater . Great enthusiasm prevailed and at the close of the meeting a telegram of encouragement was sent to Presi dent Wilson, pledging him the undi vided support and loyalty of the peo- Valley Grain Men Get , ' All the Cars -Needed (From a Staff Correspondent) r Lincoln, March 1. (Special.) C. Herbert Coy of the Coy Seed com pany of Valley, called at the state house to see Governor Neville today, but the governor was out of the citv. He would not state his mission.! In ' speaking of the car shortage Mr. Coy aid at Valley there had been little trouble to get cars for shipment of grain when needed. "Sometimes we had to wait a day 'or two," said Mr. Coy, "but general ly we were able to get cars as iast . as we could dry the corn out so it couM safely be shipped. STATE EXPENSE NEARLY DOUBLE IN SIX YEARS (From a Staff Correepondsnt) Lincoln, Feb. 28. (Special.) The total amount necessary to pay the running expenses of the state has nearly doubled since 1912. according to figures compiled by Secretary O. A. Bernecker of the State Board of Assessment, the total amount with the levy being as follows: Tear. MIIU. Total. Year. Milts. Total, lilt. ..20 S2.4AI.C33 1915. .6.80 II 29,636 lilt. .T. IS 1,671,38s ll...l 3,066,064 1114. .LI! 3,631,086 1917. .8.41 4,470,117 Of these amounts the different uni versity funds, normal school, state institution improvement, state aid bridge and state aid road funds re ceived a good share, while the rest went to tne general fund, which re ceived the following: Tear. MUla. Total. Tear. Mllle. Total. 1111. .1.20 S!,4l,t3S tlt..f.a 3,2C,S2 1IU..T.SS M71.m 11S. ..! 3,056,664 1114.. .1.1 t.lll.lll 1I1T...S.I 1.001,316 Hearing Postponed in Wheat Hoarding Case Beatrice. Neb.. March 1 (Special. Louie Fellwock, a Beatrice farmer charged with hoarding 16,000 bushels of wheat on his farms in Lancaster count v. and allowing it to rot. re turned home yesterday from Lincoln his hearing befor the State Council of Defense having been postponed until Saturday. Mr. Fellwock states he has not more than 8,000 bushels of wheat, and that it is not spoiled as reported. N. G. Hentses and Miss Ethe Thompson, both of this city, were married yesterday noon at the home of the bride s parents, Mr. and Mrs Lou Thompson, Rev. Will Thompson uncle of the bride, oinciating. Tt a meeting of the Commercial club yesterday a committee was ap pointed to call a meeting at the um mercial club next Tuesday evening to organize a home guard company for the purpose ot protecting the business interests of the city against alien enemies. J. W. Mayer, former ' .mayor of Beatrice, and Will 1 nomas, p., tiled for the offices of city commissioner. The time limit for filing petitions exnires Saturday evening. Mrs. Edgar Brown, an old resident of Blue Springs, died at her home there yesterday, aged about 71 years. She ii survived by two daughters, Larria and Mae Brown. Gasfj county will not send its last IS per cent completing its quota for the first draft. Orders were received last evening , cancelling previous in structions to send five men to Camp Funston next Tuesday. Credits have been given the county for enlistments which will more than cover tne pre scribed quota. "German Kultur the Foe of Amer ican Ideals," was the subject of an address delivered yesterday to the commercial club by Kev. A. M. Keitzel of this city. Briefly outlining war conditions in Europe and explaining the food situation there, Oscar Mitchell, who recently returned from the trenches in France, gave sn address last even ing to a large crowd in the Christian cnurcn, . i . Last Quota of Selects ' ; Will Leave Soon for Camp York, Neb., March l.-(Special)- i uesday, March 5, is the date for the last quota of York county boys to leave tor the army. Nineteen men have been selected. A York citizen last Sunday found a certificate of deposit in the family uiDie ior $tvv, wnicn naa oeen tssuea 14 years ago by a bank in Stromsburg. The certificate bears interest from date. In district court the case of the state aoainct Dr P aw T Avail rbunJ ill. wife desertion was settled after being almost ready to submit to the jury. The defendant agreed to support his wife and child and pay the costs of the suit Mrs. Addie Warnick of York snd Lharles Green of Aurora were mar ried February 26 at the home of the brides sister at Lexington. Neb. The Welfare board has made a movement toward securing medical inspection in the York public schools. The German Interdenominational Brotherhood convention of Nebraska will be held at the German Congrega tional church. The first meeting will be held Saturday evening. The con vention will close Sunday evening at the first Congregational church. . i i Shipments Investigated By State Food Officers Kearney, Neb., March 1. (Special) Persistent work of the food admin istration officers has brought to light many pecutiar conditions which ham per the federal food movements. There was brought to light here a case involving shipment of flour con signed by the Lexington (Neb.) Mills to Europe. I he shipment was billed out at Lexington on November 10 for New Orleans, and. according to in formation filed with the district food commissioner, it has not yet arrived. There is also a checking up of the stores of grain held by farmers, done under direction of C. G. Bliss, in charge of the work in this district One farmer is credited -with holding 12,000 bushels of wheat This supply represents fhe crop of several years back and the farmer has refused a premium price for his grain. Nuckolls County Couple Celebrate Golden Wedding Nelson. Neb.. March. 1. (Special.) Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Galley, who on Wednesday celebrated their golden wedding, came to .Nebraska in the early 70s and took a homestead in Nuckolls county near, the county seat. Mr. Galley is a native of Pennsyl vania, while his bride was born in Toulon. 111., from which state Mr. Galley went to serve in the civil war. He was in Andcrsonviue prison tor some three months and was reported dead. - On Christmas day following his funeral sermon was preached by the local pastor in Toulon. He took for his text, "Thy brother shall rise again." . Bloomfield Is Third in ; Reserve Registration Bloomfield. Neb- March 1 (Spe cial) According to word received from Lincoln by Postmaster Fried richs, Bloomfield has the largest reg istration in the public service reserve of any town in the state, excepting Omaha and Lincoln. Twenty-four reg istered from here to help Uncle dan in his ship building program. LAWMAKERS MOST ORGANIZE AGAIN Secretary of State Pool Holds It Will Be Necessary to Elect New Officers of Special Session. (From a Staff CorreeBondenL) Lincoln, March 1. (Special.) secretary oi it ate rooi holds that when the snprial critinn nf thf toons. lature convenes it will be necessary to organize, tne same as at the be ffinninc of a n,i iriitnn "The organization of the last ses sion was made for the session," said Mr. fooi. "When the session ad inttrnrd sin HiV that mAA ha aa. . ...... ..wu h. . evo sinn and ihe trm nf th nffi-ra lected for that session. Of course, the name nld n(Hrn fir as tha.. ara able to attend may serve, but they win nave to De re-elected just as if it was an entirely new session. The nffirrra nf tha l3ct canst elected were John Mattes of Ne- nrasica wiy, president pro tern; E. A. Walrath of Osceola. I. Dold of Stockville, first assistant; raui xoung of Nebraska City, second assistant! Rev Tama Hff nf Omha chaplain; Thomas Costello of Grand Tl J . . ... jsianu, icrgcam-ai-arms; w. u. MC Cllllv nf CnllimhllQ ascistnnt arra-nt at lrffll' Tama CmrVr nf Corikn. postmaster, and Lucius Leslie of uovq, engrossing cierK. In the honae th nffirr u.... George Jackson of Nelson, speaker; v urge roni oi .dudois, cniet clerk; Walter Weis of Hebron and J. W. Kelley of Merna, assistants; Jason TuHsnn A Piirr rf AIKsm-. aca.'aHt. f - . w 'viwi m&jimam. . Rev. Thomas Davis of Seward, chap lain, Several Seward County Residents Receive Injuries Seward. Neb- March 1. fSneeian Ralph Oaks, while doing some piumoing work was terribly burned yesterday when "blomer ' exploded Carl Kearis, while feeding a corn shredder on the Vance farm near Milford sustained a crushed arm ne cessitattng its amputation. George Sweasy of Milford, while returning rofm Beaver Crossing was uijuitu aujiiuiy in a car collision. Prof. J. C. Greenund. former an. nerintendent of schools at Utica has been elected to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of County Superintendent W. H. Brokaw, who goes to the University of Nebraska to do extension work. L. L. Stava. cashier of the Bank o Bet, this county, lost one eye by a blow from a sunflower stalk, while hunting. Mic other eye is now af fected. Miss Hazel Case, who is lerving her sixth year as instructor in the seventh and eighth grades at Milford has resigned her position to accept a place in the War department at Washington. Building Permits for February Show Decrease February reports of the building in spector shows a decrease in buildina; permits granted in Omaha. Following are the hgures: Fermtta. Valua. Fakraarr. Hl. ...... 44 t 1S,0 rib ary, llf. SS S9S.II5 Total thU yar SI 484,010 km parM, lift...., Ill 1.1SS.7I0 Pythlans to Go to Fremont. Fremont, Neb,. March 1. (Spe cial Telegram.) Triumph lodge, No. iZ, Knights of Pythias at. the regular meeting voted to invite the Grand lodge to meet in Fremont next may. urand Chancellor ti. A. bast of Lu coin, called on officers of the lodge a few days ago and informed them that if the local lodge would extend the invitation it would be accepted. Raise Money lor Funston. Fremont Neb- March 1. (Special Telegram.) The fund for the Ne braska building at Camp Funston has reached a total of $350 in Fremont, and the committee of home guards has not completed its work canvassing. A number of towns in the county have pledged sums. It is expected Dodge county will raise several times iti quota. HYMENEAL. Herman Williams. Ralph H. Herman of Nickerson, Neb., and Mabel C Williams of Fre- mant, Neb., were married at the Young Men's Christian association Friday afternoon by Rev. B. R. Van dercliff, castor of the Clifton Hill Presbyterian church. C. J. Cunning ham and J. J. Cooke witnessed the ceremony. Hensel-Frankforter. Beatrice. Neb.. March 1. Snerial Telegram.) Elmer D. Hensel and Mary Irankforter. both of Tobias. Neb., were married here todav bv Judge, O'Keefe. Soldi a Hum Jtaiaa, Grand IalaaO. liar. 1 StcUl.t Riv. Mr. Haata aa mt tha Ftrat Mathodltt eh arch ot Orand laland officiated at tha fnnaral oi Mra. Colvart, which took 4aaa at tha Homo chapa! on Monday afternooa at S o'clock. Tha ramalna wera Intarred la tha Grand uiaaa comaier?. i Chariot H. Joaea. lata of Coranany Jl. Third lllchlran cavalry, dlaA Thar day. Mr. Jonea waa it yoara of at at tha time of hla admittance to Burkeit an Jaae 14, A latter haa boea roeeiyed from Joha Browa at Camp Dody, Denting. N. formerly a hoapltal atewart at tha home, to the effect that he haa been promoted to a pealtlon In the field hoapltal. Bow having cnarva oi toe pneumonia "era. William Madden, who anitalned painful Injurlea laat January aa the reault of a fall, la eohrateadna; nicety and ta' How able te be about with the aid of crutchea. Tha atata encampment of the Orand Army af tha Republle will be held at Seward, Nab., la May. A ttoeoa oa Iadlana, One afternoon the leaeon In a paella arhoet related to tao American ladtaa, whea the teacher pauaed and aakud If any boy or (Irl coala tell her what the lcadera of tha vaiinua ttlbea ware called. They are called ehlef waa tha ready reaponaa of a brtaht little ilrl at the head of tha claaa. ' Thafa riaht." am lied tha teacher, ap provingly. "Now can anybody tell ma What the women of the trtbea are called?" f For a moment there, waa an Impressive el. lence. Every little mind wa thinking bar. finally Jimmy Brown' hand wont op. "Well, Jimmy," aald tha teacher, "what are the women of the trtbea called T" "Mla Chiefs, " anawered Jimmy proudly, if not gallantly. Philadelphia Telegraph. BELLrANS Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Druggists refund money if it fails. 25c Charles W. Bryan Prepares Statement Outlining His Views (From a Staff Correspondent) Lincoln, March 1 (Special.) Charles W. Bryan today said he is preparing a proclamation which will give his ideas oi the kind of legisla tion that should be enacted by the next legislature. He was passing through the state house on his way to his office. , "Will it be your platform as a can didate for governor," he was asked. "I am not prepared to say just now what my intentions are," was the re ply. "Perhaps in a few weeks or per Pass Measure Permitting Women Lodge Membership Grand Island, Neb. March 1. (Special.) A measure to admit women to membership in the Ancient Order of United Workmen of Neb raska, was introduced Thursday at a meeting of the grand finance com mittee. The measure carried unani mously, and will be submitted to the subordinate lodges for approval. Reports from lodges in jurisdic tions where women are permitted active membership, state the project has proven satisfactory. D. C. ELDREDGE, . Presi 'pnt I a Initial Presentation of Charmingly Modeled Tailleur Suits Trimmed Millinery for Maid and Matron DIFFICULTIES seemingly insurmountable have been overcome, and for this new season this store's Millinery Shop still maintains its supremacy with an assortment of hats that rivals many a large metropoli tan store. Every Imaginable shape and trimming feature of the season is included, reasonably priced $5.00 and Upwards COMPLETE LINE OF CHILDREN'S AND jurosonmTs. WILLIE MISSEM & CO. COOK & HAMILTON RAGAPATION FIVE OGDEN & BENSON VIOLA DANA 1 'The Winding Trail" ACTION THRILLS . AND SUSPENSE " OMAHA'S FUN CENTER" trtiitTi Ew'n- as-so-Tsc-si gXJVf Patty Mau, lS-28-oOc FRED IRWIN'S BIG SHOW BarleseiN'i Meet uDII I n Eetlrety flNsnal Oiijlael Ofterlaf Blk froai s.ythls yea't seta VftVJ'JwWS tMVfff)M Lm ttlSaUt SMaWlf 4k oj)MrlV Weae Lei-. WaleritM A Bertie. Mdtlee Pet Bsaet Chant. It Mu'lflunt Settlaet. LADIES' DIME MATINEE WEEK DAYS LAST sgshpa. m 42:lg THREE I ULIfA 7:15 TIMES W B- 9tJ$ Eatira) New Skew Tomorrow I If. haps days I may" and then his eyes turned cautiously toward the open door through which could be seen the spacious private office of the executive, and the sentence was never finished. "Won't you have a smoke?" said the ex-mayor as he moved over toward the cigar stand." "No, thank you," replied the re porter, "I don't smoke, and as Mr. Bryan continued his journey down the corridor, the newspaper man be gan his daily grind in search of state house scandal. State Pays Much Money . For Telephone Service (From a Staff Correspondent) Lincoln, March 1, It costs the state $17,848.72 for telephone service last year, according to figures pre pared in the office of the state, audi tor. Of this amount, $6,346 was from the university and normal schools; $4, 943.34 from the 15 state institutions and the State Board of Control and the balance covering the service for the state house, mansion, etc, Food Conservation h the First Duty of Every American ftacm & "Sfe cfibce of Indmdml $25.00, $29.50, $35.00, $39.50 and i a: r tit" TT7ITH a YY broad, comprehensive and authentic display of new Spring suits as sanctioned by recognized Fashion Authorities. Every suit is styled by a Master Designer and made by the country's foremost manufacturer. i Saturday we invite you to leisurely and satisfyingly view this Spring 1918 selection of suits. Among the new Fabrics, Styles, Colorings and Trimmings may be found the following: Fabrics Serga Tricotine Poplin Poiret Twill Scotch Tweeds Checks English Tweeds Jersey Heather mixtures Rosnaro silk Styles Straight line Strictly Tailleur Seml-Tailleur Dressy Models Norfolk styles Bolero "jackets Eton jackets Pony jackets Pleated models Belted effects Many of the suits lined with noon AMT8EMENT9. SUPERIOR VAUDEVILLE Last Two Timet Harry Green, Fanchon St Marco, Elisabath Marray and Currant Bill. MATINEE TODAY, 2:15 Early Curtain TONIGHT AT 8 Net Waak RUTH ST. DENIS BOYD Arther Hofklai Promts GOOD! TONIGHT Matina Today CLARA RUMMtr PLAY OF GRACIOUS!! LOVE AND LAUSHTIB ANNABELLEH! N. V. BOSTON a CHICA60 IND0MID IT Bat BlaU Bert tuts. l. Hlaata, Bk, n. i I.M aaa HM. TJ r TPX AO Next Weak ti J J gj Seat Now S.tHnf ROBERT B." MANTfiLL Moadsf Kignt "Mcrefeeat ( Taslaa." Toajda N1M "Hi)))." Wednajoar Mttlma- Banm and Juliet" Wsdnseder Kiht "Klcaelleo. TkarsOu NUht-"Kio Lear." Frida Nljht "MscbMa." Bstnrtsy Msttaee-"M( aaat at TeaJos," Batotdar Mcbl-'-Biebstd IIL" PrioMt WtMs. la ta Il ia. PltfajjMsta, Ms t ll.eO. CylJ? SHORTAGE AGAIN ACUTE OVER NEBRASKA (From a Staff Correapondent.) Lincoln, March 1. (Special.) The car chortage in Nebraska has again reached the acute stage, according to the State Council of Defense. Vice Chairman Coupland has sent the fol lowing message to Washington to W. S. Gilford, director of the Council of National Defense: "Car situation in Nebraska again very acute. Temporary relief came for about two weeks. At present time scarcely any empty cars arriving from the east. Unless quick relief comes very, very serious loss of foodstuffs will result Please urge immediate as sistance by the government, so as to avoid great loss to the nation. We are urging maximum production in spite of the fact that Nebraska's crops are still unable to be marketed. S. R. McKeivie Addresses Keith Community Club Oealalla. Neb.. March l-(Special) The Keith County Community club held its annual banquet last evening at the opera house. S. R. McKeivie, edi tor of the Nebraska Farmer, made the after-dinner address. full realization of present demands, we have assembled a Linings Oxidized buckles Army collars Bona buttons Soutache braid Silk braid Inlaid pockets Mannish Tests Narrow belts Military strappings Embroidered arrows brilliantly colored peau de cynge silk. Every Day Finds New Arrivals In the Blouse Shop AND because the ideas are so NEW, and the price range so broad- we urge you to visit this shop as often as possible. Dainty new creations of voile, georgette crepe and crepe de chine, trimmed in countless ways, are shown in profusion. ' $5.75 and Upwards MISSES' HATS MODERATELY PRICED. PHOTOFLATS. fHOTOPLAM. : jHI'lllllllHUIHIllltllllllllllHllllllllllllilU; . :. - fMji Olive Thoma. I GERALDINE FARRAR 'THE DEvilTsTONE" j I FATTY (Roaeo) ARBUCKLE 3 a s Mrwrr wtetw S 5; an vw tw ew m iiiiiimiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniimiiUif Last Times Today HERBERT RAWLINSON in 'The Flash of Fate" I ATUDAD 24tk4 Lotkrop Laat Ttnea Totlar EMMY WEHLEN la "THE OUTSIDER" When Buying Advertised Goods Say You Read of Them in The Bee Alien Property Placed 1 Where Will Do Most Good (From a Start Correspondent) Lincoln, March 1. (Special.) Sev eral weeks ago the secret service de partment of the Nebraska State Coun cil of Defense discovered that an enemy alien, living in Germany, was preparing to collect on a Nebraska farm mortgage and to dispose of a quantity of Nebraska corn owned by this alien. Report of the fame was made to A. Mitchell Palmer,- alien property custodian at Washington. The State Council has received this letter from the alien property cus todian: "As a result of your letter, the alien property custodian is today in receipt of a report showing $2,100 in cash and 700 bushels of corn that is property of the alien enemy to whom you re ferred. Appropriate measures have been taken to put this cash and corr where it will do the most good." State Warrants Issued. (From a Staff Correapondent.) Lincoln, March 1. (Special.) Nearly as many warrants were issued in the office of the state auditor in the short month of February as were issued in the previous month, but the amount was only about half as much. Warrants in February numbered 4,528 in tha tntat atnnnnt nf $74.35l.l9. while in January there were 5,686 war- rants drawn tor a total ot yrej.auu.ug. E.M.REYNOLDS, V. -Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Up. Colorings Taa Bookie Black" Nary blue Midnight blue Mist gray Artillery blue Sand Brown checks Black and white checks SDOORBAn Mc?"T - Today at 2, 4:30, 7. i30 The Birth of a Nation" D. W. GRIFFITH'S Eifktk Wonder of the World. UAMH TAM 40th and Hamilton Tlf.a m I Thnaa JANE AND KATHERINE LEE in 1"K TKOUBLsI MAKERS I jej "Limousine Life"