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HIE RKE: OMAHA. FKIDAY. ' t-'KUKUAKV . U'UO.
St. Mary's Avenue and How
ard Street Petitions Ap
proved With Two Dis-
i he ft t v c n.ncil vr-trrdav. Co:i
n :sior.cr Bui'er and Kale .iter His
"itting, pprm e d petitions for the
Mar avenue and Howard treet
m r 1 , n proyct which ha? been in
v.v;:c for more than two yfar.
i he ntv attorney an 1 city engi-
r reitihrd to the legality and
.:flu i'l.cy of the petitions and the
i once il .- c r r ; : I r 1 i'v pn.ti'-ts.
I bis '.' n . ; l.i t f 1 lmproverc',
' h'i !i pr. .!'! v w ill fn ! coin-
p r o i ' '. e s
! tr:t t !
.f !!. S
; i 1 r t f d
tree t t i
1 ov ard
v en ty- -
Mar-, , a
I he rl
1 v ::; hnirth avenue ;
street, .Seventeenth to
1 streets. and the
::'f! -rcvi; :(: in mi
h t Tw '.!'.; -(' mr th t o
! ' 'lie i 1 ar.ges on !.
mil Howard street,
m of improvement iuds
the dreoest ctt' .hi .v.
Spooning Parlors Will Be
Feature of New Church to
Be Built In Omaha Soon
AiTVctionate Couples No Loniror Will Have to Fear
Park Policemen or Prying Eyes of Boarding;
House Inmates When They Stage Their Ta
bleaux $L")0,U00 Structure to be Erected.
STRICKEN MOTHER 'Chief Clears Police
FOR STOLEN BABE
Husband I? Charged With Kid-1
n.iping Child From Speech
less Wife. '
Of Alleged Collusion
With Omaha Thieves
iited to t
IS v O I ' I . Ml
f .i i n i r
"iUh Ctn fit in 6 t. I -1 I'm
i new I'.nin t"..it
(i 01'. 1
car'-sing and fondln
facilities at their cc
to shut out the pu
they engage :n their
strations no longer v
the snooping park
difad the prying e
h. !'..-' riah w l:o
'mii, h : .i 1 1 1 . d i mi
i h i iust
g. v. ho hive no
itnand in ordfr
dtc ga?e while
ill have to fear
c of boarding
peep at the
u I ,e.t en w or ; Ii
i ; t f t ' i street, he
ir architect vv.'l
. 1 a the ii'ar
iace l.v i'f '
fil feet on 1 w e
1 1 expected t
in it the plat"
In addition f t'le poonintj par
lor, i' is said the plan will in
clude a nutiti.isi'im. in winch vret
litij and Vovpu matches w otlld be
-Uged. leading ror.r.t
(Mi otiu"' dep.irtnie nt.
which will h' worked
a;:d nil in
a i f. a c i i : ,
! I'd! 11 f,,
e en foot
' e n t e -1 1 i i s
I't 111 f
'I'v. ent .'t
i v hich :
; v en; c
i M. M..i
1 1 VP
ill he l.i lee! at
street, an ! the ii'ea'.
t at I'v en'icth street,
t'd v.'on'd be made at
treet I he deepest u'
Mrfct would hp even
tin- t dark'. mi lie-
11 pet w i Mild be att'ected
he d'stance between
and Howard street'.
iht l'nilci's opposition
hi.-'l', "ii the rondition
w;i.i'hn would leave
1 :( t. which w ould
; 'r t"o'u Jones -.tree;
's h f i u and would
t gradient lowered
i St. Mary's- avenue to
nr. i ii us "i the street at
"1 would have ni"dnicd this plan,
but ih's '., .iM. : has heen hanging
rp for tw c-ar." nd Mayor
ni'th. "ih- riterested people hai
heen a-kt'd t hrin,: in a nioclilieil
plan, but tiny have offered onlv oh
l.'CtiOns ajMiu-t this plan. 1 am
nioi" di-!'o-i'! to hud willing ears
to those who have Mipporti'd a con
stnirtive p!.,.i, th;,n 1 am to li-tcn-mg
to o'm.'i tiop s."
An invei'tor has patented a
dowel for woodworking tlie eucls of
hicli break oil when it is driven
into place and hold it securely.
and All the
Phone Tyler 345
What Service IS.
2211-17 Farnam St.
In th nr.,:- i I'uie an Omaha
-hutch I- t r.-l:tiit:' spooning' par
which will "tier privacy and
protection for vounjf couples win
l:a p no p.n l.o r- in their boarding
and ..'"artu'.p'H 'nouses.
I'd'-, v he .1 feature of the new
in it'it: 'nil i hui'ch. which soon
a ill bp in . ..iirse of erection at
I'w o : 1 1 1 1 ai d Leavenworth streets
hv rh i "i regation of the Third
i i-- o 'o ; ,.ni church, according to
,,n an i tioiii eiin-nt yesterday of Kev.
K,. tin nul j. I'nt t . p. i-'or.
Will Cost $150,000.
should we not have .spoou
rs in our church?" inquired
minuter. r.etter ny tar tiave
young folks do their courting
,p i hiirch than in places of vice
and in contaminating atmosphere?
where too often tliev are led be
cause of tin- lack of proper pro
visions." :, Mr. K'utt declared the new
house of woi.-hr.i W"uhi
I iiK I stnn tin e and '. . -ii
rvery u : g h t m the wee
he a four-sto: - Inuidii'i
be a $150.- mittee
1 he open
It is to
declared Rev. Mr. Rutt as
se rte 1 i'.-titiitiona! ivmkers would
he employed, together with play
ground histructo: s miisi,' teachers,
sewing teaches s and other in
structor?. Study Chicago Churches.
Rev. Mr. Rntt b-ave Omaha
Mom!..', for t'hicago, where in- will
study the iii.-titutioi.al chuiahos of
that c.ty for a week prcpaiat"ty to
ileterniiiiiug iuM what is wanted to
include :u the plait i for the church
The v.Mi'ure was dri ided on last
Sunday morning at a congregation
al meeting, where a resolution en
dorsing the proposition v as un
animously passed and a building
committee of 15 wa appointed. The
proposition has b''cn approved by
the ihhurch 1'Ateiision committee of
the Presbyterian church, Rev. Mr.
1 he undertaking will be financed
!v the church and community com-
th' chinch extension com
mittee in the city and the church
extension department of the new
era movement, il was declared.
Brief City News
Hnc Konl 1'ilnt It Beacon Vrvea
Library .v Silk Shade
ceil u'n. .Bui'ge.-s-C;rain
lainips. 2 5 pot.
leu Co. Adv.
t'u-'lpr I'ost ec(lng cipurfse A.
(""uster liost, i. A. It., will meet Sat
urday bL 2 p. in. in tin' court house.
lloom criiii from Iiilluciia - F. O.
McCnffrcx ami family arc reported
u. overing tru an attack of the in
tlucnr.a. .s.isiiaiit I ire liii f III -.John
Sini'S"ii. assistant chief of tho fire i
ili i a r 1 1 ii on t . is ill of pneumonia. He
was stricken We'lnrsday. i
Kiwanis ( lull Mertiiig "The Value'
of puiry I'lC'luctsi as a FmI" will i
lip the sutyiect of a talk by Dr. R H.
Dais at tin' weekly meeting of the.
Kiwanis club at the Hotel I'ontcnelle
thi" iinnii, j
(.ra.liialiou l'rida --Tlif graduat- j
itiK ilu.ss tins year at Saratoga1
school. Twenty-fourth street and!
Antes avenue, iins 1 meinbers. Thf.
exercises will bo held at 2 Friday ;
Smh-oikI lAoltitioii I.evtui'C "Evo
lution of lleligion" will bo ihe sub- I
: jeet 'f F.abbi Frederick t'ohn's lee- (
' ture at Temp!" Israel tonight at S. :
( Th is is the second lecture in tho I
' coin on the itcneral subject of evo- i
j lution in honor of the centenary of
Former Oinalian Pics --Word has
been received here of the sudden
death of Frank H. Lester, which
j occurred St his home in Urea, (ha!.,
i last Thursday. He left nnaha for
California IT years af,'c II" is sur
vived by his wife. Mrs. Maytne JL.es-
ter, and by two sons.
Tliirt Day .fail Sriitcnce
i Thomas Morrissey. 320 North Thir-ty-tifth
avenue, was given a .iail
sentence of days in Central police
! court, yesterday for intoxication. He
I was arrested Wednesday night, at his
; home after police hud made two
trips there upon complaint of mem
! hers of his family.
! McCaffrey Funeral service l'u
' tiernl services frr Mrs. Leona -lc-!
Caffrey will be lield Saturday tnorn
ine at St. 1'eters Catholic church at
j an h"Ur not yet dctPriirned. 1'inal
I plitns for tlie funeral will ma be
! made until the arrival of Mr. and
I Mrs. iiuen McCaffrey, w ho are oil
I their way home from Hot Springs,
Child Victim of "Flu" Myra Hell
I Dunham, 8 years old, died at the
j home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Dan H. Dunham. 81S South Thirty
third street, Thursday morning, from
i heart disease following an attack
! of influpn-'.a. She had been ill two
weeks. The funeial will be held
i from the home this afternoon at
i Foil, with interment at. Newt"ii. la.
To Complete Studies Lenora I..
Reveridgc. daughter of J. H. never
idge. .superintendent of schools, will
complete hey studies at (Irinnell ell
ipse Friday and npxt Monday morn
ing will begin hpr Work as teacher
In a consolidated school at Lamoille,
la. Miss Reveridsp received six of
fers to take teaching work. Miss
Beveridge was graduated from ijrin
nell last December and remained un
til the (lose of this semester'
Patten Funeral Services --- St.
Johns Masonic lodge conducted the
ritualistic services at the funeral of
Alvin F. Fatten, superintendent of
tin Douglas county hospital at tho
time of his death, at the Scottish
Kite cathedra! yesterday afternoon.
P.ev. A. H. Marsden and Ttev. Ches
ter Wood officiated. Pallbearers
were: W, H. Ahmanson, Harry
Primeau. Ed Pradley. Verne Miller,
Walter Hansen and City Commis
.Madison School Fxcrcisses Dr. F.
W. Faulk, member of the Hoard of
Education, presented certificates to
the members of the eighth H grad
uating class at Madison school Wed
nesday niuht. Two of hi children
were in the class. J. II. i'.evcridse,
superintendent of schools, accepted
a. silk flag from the graduates of the
school Hoys and girls of the class
offered a stereopticm series of views
of Nebraska's development, explain
ing each picture briefly.
M t i.
,i nvii . .
a"U v. .,!
pas in t
to tlie i
,- ttdtici, 1
".: spa"'!, t ai -ni, r K i inond.
cd her chddici. according
cstniioay of Mrs. Ra mood's
"ii the witness sti;.i in )--
nlgc Sears' court yesterday.
Is. no nd. who is an enip'ove
I' oi ! Nl ' n.i r t ".. is being t ned
urc to stipp' u t his wife,
earn- to tile house, lea:ng
"i.i'diiie eng'iie running, and
s i'.Ii the otiiigest child in
vi re...:?:." lie said. "He
'lie ictro.,1 going and then i
it.islifil out trie door with
We haven't seen it .since."
l'c- ' W'il-on ot the rl
,rd ihalared that the only
inond supported Ins v .-jt
mg the w a i w hen he aw. c !
said, as reason for exenip
of Mis. K,,
she asked the
'vetnher to he
Mrs. KVed. iii'ither
inond, admitted that
(oinity court last h
appointed guardian o
K.iytr.ond s,;ni wite was crav
and wanted to semi her to Lincoln."
she declared. "I want to keep Iter.
She's my child. I raised 10. and
cum hi her present helpless physi
cal and mental condition she is dear
to mi'. She never speaks. she
has o-t that power. She watches
at the front window and when little
children jm-i she points .it them and
becomes grcat'y txcitid because her
own children hae heen taken away
Judge Sears took the case under
BUTTON ON TOES
Tells why a corn is so painful
and says cutting makes
t'o m .-
s a n
n and von
a live wire
your corn it
Food Drafts will he is
sued by the First
National Pank under ar
rangements with the
American Relief Admin
Food Drafts are issued
for $10.00 and for
$50.00. They insure de
livery of food in Ham
burp, 'Warsaw. Vienna,
Prague and Budapest.
The exact quantity of
food called , for by the
draft appears on the
face, although the right
is reserved, in case of an
emergency, to substitute
commodities of equal
food value. Drafts are
honored upon presenta
tion within 90 days from
date of issue and may be
either to the order of an
individual or marked
"For General Relief."
Buyers of Food Drafts
pay the factory cost of
food, plus a reasonable
margin to cover cost of
transportation and in
surance. Profits, if any
accrue, will be turned
over to the European
Foreign Exchange Department
Bank of Omaha
Street Floor Entrnc
Either Farnam or Sixteenth Street Door
pushes its sharp roots uown upon a
sensitive nerve and you get a shock
Instead of trimming your corns,
which m-vcly makes them grow,
tiist step into any drug store and ask
fo" a quarter of an ounce of free
I'onc. Tin's will cost very little, but
is sufficient to remove every hard
or soft corn or callus from one's
(ppt. A few drops applied directly
t.L'on tenoer, aching corn stops the
soreness instantly, and soon the
corn shrivels np so it. lifts right out,
roof and ail. without pain. This
drug is harmless and ;;e er inflames
, or even irritates the -nrrodnding ti
Mtr or skin.
COLD OR COUGH?
Why, when Dr, King's New
Discovery so promptly
(trace Travis asked the district
rotut for a divorce front Karl R.
Travis on grounds of extreme cru
elty. She asks for custody of their
t w o children.
KxtrcniP crttrlty and desertion are
charged by Anna Mel on! again-t
her husband, C harles Mel ord. in a
petition for divorce filed in district
Joint II. 1- win deserted his wife.
Partlienia, after JO years of wedded
life, she alleges in a petition for
divorce filed in district court.
Evelyn Thomas asked the district
court to give her a divorce from
Horace M. Thomas and restore her
maiden name, brink, on the grounds
of extreme crueity.
Sam Bicriiuiii was granted a di
vorce from lannie Biertnau by
Judge Sears in divorce court on alle
gations of desertion.
Joseph T. Williams was given a
rlivorce front Phoebe Williams by
Judge Sears in divorce court on
ground' of extreme cruelty.
T'S natural vou don't want to be
careless and let that obi cold or
cougdi dray: on or that new attack
; develop seriously. Not when you
can jret such a proved .'uccessfu!
remedy a is Dr. King's New Discov
ery. Colli, cough, grippe, croup does
not resist thi' standard reliever very
long-, lis quality is as high today as
h always has been and it's been
i growing; steadily in popularity for
! more than fifty years, fife and '$1.20
a bottle at all druggists.
Tardy Bowels, Inert Liver
They just won't let you put "pep"' i
, into your work or play. Sick head- 1
ache comes from ret;1 in ins: waste i
matter and impurities in the hotly. l
Feel ric;bt for anything make
the liver lively, the bowel.? function
regularly, with Dr. Ring's New Life
Pills. Smoothly yet positively they
nroduco results that cleanse the sys- .
; Lem and make the liver and bowels
respond to the demands of a strong,
healthy body. Still -2."e at all drug- j
gists. Try them tonight. !
"Nip" of Wood Alcohol Costs
Man Freedom for Few Days
A live wood alcohol victim, James
Raciiiy. giving his addre.-s as ';ti
wbere." took a .iad sentence in t'en
1 1 a i poikv court yesterday rather
t''an pav fine of $10 and co---. for
diunkenn s. He was i.rre.-ted Wed-,
n-sdav at '!' eny-fo".rth and Lake
street? in a serious condition. At
Safe Home Treatment
for Objectionable Hairs
t if nonce station I once
F.ds'i-oj-.i diagnosed Racaby'
as "wood alcohol poisoning."
of a stomach pump revived
Ra:ahv testified he took iu-t a
( Boudoir Secrets)
The electric needle is pot required
for the removal of hair or i'u:;,:, for
with the us? of plain delatotic the
most stubborn growth can be quick
ly banished. A paste is made with
water and a little of the powder,
then spread over the hairy surface.
In about 2 minutes it is rubbed off
and trie skin washed. This simple
treatment not only removes the hair,
but leaves the skin free from blem
ish. Be sure you get genuine dela-toue.
DRY GOODS BUYERS
for BUTLER BROTHERS, Chicago
enlargement of nur oi gano.atinn.
; for two men not over 10 years
ON ACCOUNT of contemplated
v.e have most unusual oprrtir
They must have a broad experience in Dry Hoods, especially un
derwear or cotton piece goods. They must have bought direct from
mills, and have long experience in executive work. Wo prefer whole
sale training; but will entertain applications from retail men.
We wish successful men, ambitious for larger fields. To .such,
these po?it'on! will offer an opportunity far out of twe ordinary.
Our Mr. R. L. Crandall will be at. the Hotel 1'onlenclle. Friday
ancl Saturday. If you are interested phone or write him in care of
the above hotel for a definite appointment. He will be pleased to
talk with anyone experienced in any line of merchandise who might
be interested in a position with us. All negotiations strictly confidential.
Shave, Bathe and
Shampoo with one
Ou Crura flfiipit r h fftrmttff"-aaffvrfttey'trM4nff
"EVERYBODY is STORE"
Friday the Downstairs Store
10 Extra Special Values in
LL the little separate garments for baby's comfort can
all made of excellent fabric and daintily trimmed.
bo found hero
An Unusual Opportunity for Thrifty Mothers to Save
Baby's long and short nainsook slips, 49c
s iiainsoon. mosses
Baby's nainsook dresses.
Baby's knit cans
ra5K fp;. t', YA
flannelette gowns. .
flannelette kimonos .
iannelotte rompers . .
Values Thai Will Interest the Housewives in
Domestics and Linens
Huck Towels, 25c Each
Tl'.ce are good nuality, heavy weight and generous s
Crash T oweling, 26c a Yard
Heavy weight, soft ami absorbent crash toweling with i
ibis; this toweling; is all pure linen weft, and unusual v
2Pc a yard.
Bed Spreads, $1.9.) Each
Hemmed crochet bed spreads; these are of medium
crochet spread' and generous sixes, and a splendid value ;
Shir berg Percale at 55c a Yard
A beautiful selection of new and handsome designs n
lent quality, at 55c a yard.
Ginghams at 59c a Yard
3'd-inch giii'tbams in new. handsome plaid designs, as
neat stripes, 59c a van!.
Chambray at 19c a Yard
o'2-ineh chambray in very neat stripes and plain cob
eellent quality, 49c a yard.
a , 25c
These Are Splendid Quality
Tex oleum Matts
At 40c or 3 for $1.00
1 1 I'
Neat line pa'tcrns. light ti
iC, pi n U . .
Rag Hugs, $1.15
plain colors Mad" from
lavender ami bnvvn ; 2 !;-:
perfectly new tags;
0 inches. $1.15 each.
77,'i.s Is a Splendid Opportunity to Purchase
Knit Union Suits at $1.09
lildfi ii's suits, odd
lies at $1.09.
are soiled and
Two Values in
Silk at $1.10
One large lot of plain and
fancy silk suitable for waists,
dresses, skirts, kimonos and lin
ing; such as "3-inch poplin, fancy
silk. On sale Friday at $1.10 a
Dress Serge, 95c
Special sale of wool dress
serge, :!( inches wide; navy,
brown, green, red and black. On
sab; Friday, at 95c n van).
Georgette and Crepe de Chine
Priced for Quick Selling at
3 9 5
T1IKKK arc in ore than a dti.en stylos lo t-hnoso
from, ami as many ultrs. Th'v arc slightly
imperfect. !m wonderful value, at $3.95. Sizes from
t o k;.
Downstairs Moi f
Two Extra Good
Values in Hosiery
Ijisle Hose, 25c
Women's fine quail iy brov tt
silk lisle hose, full seamless hose,
slightly imperfect, at 25c a pair.
Children's Hose, 35c
Children's extra fine quality
black, fine ribbed, silk mercerized
hose, full seamless, imperfections
of a much higher quality, '! for
$1.00, or 35c a pair."
Extraordinary Sale of
Women's Fine Boots
In many instances less than 1 2 price.
ha nd -Ui r ned
Among them are ihe following:
All brown, black end gray I id.
ides, covered heels.
Rrown and black calf. tare, military herU.
Patent leather, gray buck uppers, coveted
Black and brown kid, high Spanish leather
Some of these , , t;u n 'an-nh -.
;.cs 4 and t '.. Rand C width-;
V v. "!id"rf ul values, worth ; ,v o ar.d
v-i t h roc times he seihnp pt i, t )'"hiy.
in I v $5.95.
Sale of Sample Lot of
Very Specially Priced
2 for 35c
ix'lirl ii .
n'ci'i f q
I'h'ida , .
a sample line of
-s' ui'ckwear at. an extrenie
and we will give you tluj
idard cut, flaring ends,
sewed slin-easy hand, bat
aiitl club ties in fiber,
'aril, poplin and satin f'in
: a-ii't ni"ii( of patterns.
Extraordinary Values in Men's and Boys9 Clothing
Just a few of the many values offered Friday in the Downstairs Store:
. ' 1 1 ; 1 1 a
nils, latest st ies. si.es
double-breasted. :',2 to .'JT, at $19.50.
.'ISO pairs of men's and youii'r men''- i'a r
in three lots $3.95, $4.95, $5.95.
."00 pairs of men's khaki f reisers b -.-than
eoif of materia! all i-'e, $1 93 :.
2f broken sizes boys' iv a '; : u a w s ,c ?d.(lC
16 boys' rainroaM broken !i:us. a'
0 i me
i i. e ; i
dozen boys' blue,
e, oralis. 69c a pair
z'cii men's hersehit
1 .tra kj'ot
ker pants, sizes to
khaki and blue
lo es ami mit-
d i '. 1 11 1 ribbed
tl'.s t v o-piet
; inierw car.
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