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THE BEE : OMAHA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1921.
-Opposed to Muny
Attornfy Says Bill Would
Force City to Accept Current
From Water Board Re
gardless of Cost.
Brief City News
Salt For Suit Minnie Suit filed
nlt for divorce against her husband,
Rert Suit, In district court yesterday.
Minnie allegnd Bert left her In 1916.
PwachMi Tonight Rev. A. E.
Hallen of Rockford, III., will preach
in the Swedish Free church, Twenty
seventh and Marry streets, this eve
ning. Iave For. 'Frisco Lieut. Col.
Robert Ioghry and his wife will
leave for Ban Franolsco this morning-
following a three weeks' visit
wlthhla parents' in Omaha.
Bernstein To Speak Nathan
Bernstein will epcak tonight at 8 to
members of the Omaha Business
J Women's club at the Y, W. C. A.
f. C. Lambert, corporation coun
sel, is opposed to house roll No. 1
a'tiilf utnirh uAiiM o-iv " th Met.
ronolitan Water board the risrht to I Wo"'1 liiate Corn C hase coun
ropoiiun axer Doaro trie nnt to t fa throuKh Carro. Pcter-
fmt.ate a municipal electric Sight and son have notlfl9d u. Burr onea tnej
jjuwrr jJidiii, 4 ritfin w 1111.11 is i)Ow
vested in the city council.
Mr. Lambert, who has given years
of study to public service problems,
stated that he has pronounced con
victions in exnlanatinn nf Wta (in.
position to this bill and he added ,7ft1't""8,0-8' l"J"'
that his opposition was reached after
a careful study of the bill. '
"I am opposed to the bill, in the
first p4ace, because it proposes to re
quire the city to accept current from
the Metropolitan Water board for the school district will be paid 1102,-
street lighting, regardless of anyi&i'.
proposition which might be received Motorman Improves Leonard
Boy. Says Mother
Son Always Dutiful, Never
Used Liquor,. Declares Par
ent, flere to Fight for
wvuld donate a carload of corn for
the starving children of Armenia.
Bank Clearings- Hank clearings
for Omaha during January totaled
$173,039,391.13, showing a decline
from the total for December, which
1920, the total was $306, 287,688. 15.
Adjust Losses Insurance com
panies have adjusted their losses on
the Hisrh School of Commerce fire
which destroyed the new school
building the night of January 1 and
Curncll Lawsou. 21, held in coun
ty jail without bail for the alleged
murder of his girl-wife, Jeanette, at
tended Sunday school regularly
when at home, according to his
mother, Mrs. Hope Lawson. t'
Mrs. Lawsou, who arrived in
Omaha yesterday from Little Rockvl
t i . r r 1 !:.. -. I i
.rK., lo ngm lor nrr sons mc, aiso i - j
declared as far as she knew ISurneil j knglcUlCi 311(1 1302111
never used intoxic.itincr linuor j ! O J r
been away from
uossiMc, tluua?li," she said. "He
, was always a home boy and so many
little things have happened since he
left home. I know he'll bt interested
iu hearing about them.
Never Met His Wife.
"Yes, I want to stay in Omaha
until the thing is all over witm I've
never had any experience in this kind
of thing, however, and the judgment
of our attorneys will decide my
course of action." ,
Mrs. Law.son said' she had never
met 4Scr son's wife, but had heard
since the tragedy the girl was from
Little Kock or the near vicinity. She
showed no interest in the womau and
changed the subject when she was
IT. K. Padgett, brother of Mrs.'
Lawson. who accompanied hefhere,
declared Hmnell had been very dear
to him. He would not comment on
the circumstances, asserting he knew
little about it as yet. ;
by the city from any other plant,"
said Mr. Lambert.
Limited Number of Patrons.
"I also am opposed because the
service which the Metropolitan
Water board would give could be
used by only a limited number of
y'patrons for at least several years
and it would be necessary for 96
Jer cent of the present electric light , hpraId9 rf-droD In the oriea of caa-
Culllson, motorman, severely ln-
Jurey in a rear-end crash of two
street cars at Thirteenth and Wil
Hams streets Saturday morning, Is
reported improved at St. Joseph
Gasoline To Go Lower A drop of
og-cents a barrel on crude oil was
announced by L. V. Nicholas of the
Nicholas OH company yesterday. The
decrease Mn the price of crude
and power users to share in bearing
the financial burdens of the enter-
ollne, he said.
Corral Witnesses United ".
prise without being given the benefits Depty Marshals Emmet J. Qulnly
mtil the service of the board would , and Earl Young spent Sunday cor
1 extended to them and that would' j railing 69 witnesses for the federal
he a matter of years.
"Anothrr reason why I am op
posed is that there is now ample pro
vision in our laws to give any relief
hc city needs in the matter of build
ing a municipal plant or acquiring
the existing plant. I see of no reason
for enlarging the powers of the Met
ropolitan Water board at this time
and I have full confidence that the
city council will be competent at
any time to meet any situation of
his nature, should it arise."
Says Proposition Unfair.
Mr. Lambert says he does not believe-
that the city should be com
pelled to accept the street lighting
ervice from the Metropolitan Water
board even should this board start
Ha electric light and power service
irom its Florence plant, as it seeks
10 do under .the terms of this bill.
Ee maintains that the city should not
I tied down to any such require
ments. He says he believes that such
t -proposition is manifestly unfair
Jusd wotila not stand the acid test.
He has gone over the existing
Itwi en the subject, placing them
gainst house roll No. 1, and ''finds
that the present laws are fully ade
quate to enable the city to go into
the electric light and power busi
ness any time the voters authorize
it, r to acquire the plant which is
Irow in operation.
The bill will be discussed this af
ternoon at Lincoln before the house
committee on towns and cities.
Mr. Lambert's expressions on the
Subject ' are the most pronounced
utterance s 'against the bill which
have come out of the city hall.
Omaha Business Show
To Continue All Week
The Omaha Business show, held
this week on the fourth floor of the
Orchard & Wilhelm store, opened
ytcrday and will continue through
t lie week. There are 27 exhibitors
and 25 booths displaying all manner
of office equipment and fixtures. The
bhow will be opened Wednesday
One of the features 'is the typing
exhibition of William P. Oswald,
Jv'ew York, world's champion typist,
who has a record of 143 words a
minute for an hour's writing,
grand Jury which will convene Wed
nesday. Qulnley confessed ' he lost
his way once during the day. :
"Cupid" Worried Only 21 mar
riage licenses were Issued last month
against 276 in January 1920. "And
yet they talk about Onward Omaha"
said "Cupid" Stubbendorf, marriage
license clerk, when he compiled his
records for January with, a wry face.
Many Ask Help Not since the
winter of 1914, when soup lines were
established, has the demand for
charity on Omaha been so great, ac
cording to MaJ. F. A. McCormick,
of the Volunteers, of America. "Wo
are receiving 60 applications a day
for help" he said yesterday.
To Tallr on Radium Dr. D. T.
Quigley will speak on "Radium
and its Uses" 'tt the noon meeting
of the Ilotary club Wednesday. N.
C. -Leary will be chairman of the
meeting, after which the club mem
bers will visit the business show at.
Orchard & Wilhelm company's store.
Family Pet Dies Jack, a watch
dog belonging to the five children at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Pat
rick, died Sunday. Jack suffered an In-
Jury to one of his front logs some
time ago and a . large swelling re
sulted. " An. operation wan per
formed 10 days ago but the effort to
save the dog was futile.
Three Burglaries Three- r bur
glaries were reported to police
Sunday night, A violin was stolen
rom the rooms of Mrs. Lonnle
Bodiene, 707 1-2 North Eighteenth
street: $50 worth of. Jewelry from
W. JJ. Heller, 413 North" Twenty
fifth street, and h overcoat from
Chin Tep, 1409 Douglaa street."
Wedding Deferred A would-be
brldegrporn telephoned . Herbert
StiAbenrlorf. marriage license clerk.
Sunday to come to the court house
and Issue him a license. Good
naturedly "Cupid" compiled. When
he arrived at the court house and
got out his books, he learned the
applicant had been divorced only
two months and the license was not
tie had never
home long until last March," she
said. ''He either wrote or tele
graphed me regularly until in De
cember. "The last time r heard from him
was in December. He was in Kan
sas City, Mo. 1 didn't know he -f!ad
come to Omaha untiT I heard the
terrible news of the tragedy.
Always Dutiful Son.
"I didn't et'en know he was mar
ried. He had always been a duti
ful son, but he had never confided
his troubles to me much. He had
never beerf in trouble before, I don't
know much about the circumstances,
but I think there must be something
in his favor."
Because of illness Mrs. Lawson
was unable to visit vher son in the
county jail up till 3 o'clock this after
noon. "I want to see him just as soon as
Friends to U. S., Says
Jap Minister Here
There will be no war between
Japan and the United States, ac
cording Vo H. Yamader, minister of
t he department .of home affairs of
Japan, who arrived in Omaha yes
terday from Tokio. The minister is
transportation and city planning ex
pert in Japan and is here to study
cities and railroads.
"Cities of the United States are
laid out on a large scale. Iu Japan
the cities often have narrow, dirty
streets," he said.
Speaking of an alliance between
Japan and Great Britain the minister
said, England and Japan are the
good friends ot America.
ojuxdy tin boxes ot 12 tablets cost but a few eenU Larger package.
Aiplrln Is ihe trsde mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetlcacldeiter of SallcrllcaclS
Relatives of Woman III
Kansas City Not Fount! Here
No relatives of Mrs. Hessic
Handler, whose clothing was found
to conceal $406.25 when she was
taken to the general hospital in Kan
sas City, could be located in Oma
ha yesterday, although the woman
was identified by a daughter, Mrs.
Ida Schulman, as her mother from
Mrs Handler told Kansas City
Snen'al tnvitatrnn liau. k e.nc ; nolice 'she had Rone there to find
Are Weak Nerves and
Thin Blood Making a
Failure Out of You?
Iron starvation .of the blood weakens the will power, robs you
of your bodily and mental vigor and often keps you from
making the money and success you should
THERE ARE 30.000.000.000.000 RED BLOOD CORPUSCLES IN
yfYOUR BLOOD AND EACH ONE MUST HAVE IRON.
out to all commercial, industrial and
civic organizations and to pupils of
public schools and students in busi
ness colleges Jo attend.
Suspect Captured in Hotel
After Spectacular Chase
Follbwing a spectacular chase
through the corridors of two floors
of, the Paxton yesterday afternoon,
Conrad Beck, Eighteenth and Leav
ornyorth streets was captured at 3
o'clock by Corbett Mills, assistant
manager of the" hotel, and a number
pi. guests who joined in the chase.
Detectives arrived at the scene
just as the fugitive was captured and
-took him to Central police head
quarters for investigation.
Beck is suspected of attempting to
ransack several rooms in the hotel.
- He is also suspected by the police
of being implicated in a number , of
recent robberies of offices in down
town buildings. '
ru i -
Man Is Sentenced Pen
; Second Time for Forgery
Fred H. Denker was sentenced to
i the penitentiary for one 10 20 years
t. by District Judge Troup yesterday
This will be his second term in the
Nebraska "pen" for forgery. He was
sent there July 1, 1913, for a term
of one to 20 years, but was released
after serving three years.
At his first trial on the present
charge of passing a forged check on
the Nebraska Clothing company the
jury disagreed. At his second trial
a month ago a verdict of guilty was
Full Meal in Samples to Be
. . Given Away at Exposition
A full meal in samples will be
ghen away at the Onward Omaha
. exposition which opened at the Bur.
' gess-Nash store yesterday. Copkies, '
syrups, butter, flour. Skinner
inaceroni, meat products and coffee
sre among the "handouts." Mint
Taylor dresses in the making and a
play store are other features of the
show. " ;
' Queen Seeks ph'orce From
. King Who Abandoned Her
, Jmes Wilbur White filed a peti
tion for divorce in district court yes
terday from his wife, Queen, alleging
. cruelty. Rex (King) Fike was sued
for divorce by Woneta Fike, who
claims, he abducted her three years
go. Thus the king and queen seek
legaj Jelicf from their consorts."
a aaugmer wnosc nunuauu a name
she could not remember, and ap
pealed to them for aidr-saying she
was out of funds.
When your blood is thin, paid and watery it loses its power to change
food into living tissue, and NOTHING YOU EAT DOES YOU THE
PROPER AMOUNT OF GOOD you don't get the full strength out of
it, and as a consequence you become weak, nervous, irritable and, easily
upset. ' 1 ,
" Also YOUR BRAIN BECOJnisbuLL AND HEAVY your memory
poor; your will power weakened; you can't think right and you are no
match for the fellow with a keen active powerful mind.
It's the "man of blood and iron" THE STRONG, FORCEFUL, VIG
OROUS FELLOWS that make the money and become the great captains
of industry. '
When you get up feeling tired in the how much your condition improves.
morninir, when you can no longer do your
day's work -without being all fagged out at
night; when your digestion all goes wrong,
or you have pains across the back and
your face looks pale and drawn, do not
wait until you go all to pieces ami col
lapse in a state of nervous prostration, or
Paul Huntate against Bessie Hungate,
Bernlc Welch against Fred Wtlcn. non-support.
while you sleep"
Thousands of people have surprisingly
increased their strength, energy and en
durance in two weeks time Jy this simple
experiment. But in making this test be
sure that, the iron you take is organic
iron and not metallic or mineral iron
which people usually take. Organic iron
like the iron in your blood and like
iron In spinach, lentils and apples.
ile metallic iron is iron just as it
your family physician and have him take comes from the action of strong acids on
a specimen f your blood and make a small pieces of iron, organic iron may
"blood count' of your red blood cor- be -had from your druggist under the
pusrles, or teat the iron power of your name of NOXATED IRON. Beware of
blood yourself by adding plenty of spin- Substitutes; look for the letters N. I. on
ach, carrots, baked apples or other iron- every tablet. Your money will be re-
containing fruits and vegetables to your funded by the manufacturers if you do
daily food and take organic iron, like Nux- not obtain perfectly satisfactory results.
,ated Iron with them for a while and see At all druggists. - "'
Contract for Painting ,.'
Court House O. K.'d in Court
The contract for oaintine and dec
orating the COUrt house, awarded by . until in your weakened condition you con- the
... -.m,4ccint,'rc tn the Ten. ! tract some serious disease, but" consult wh
the county commissioners to trie jen- , . .. hvai n(, h.v. him take
sen Painting company for f4J,uuu,
was upheld bv District Judge Wake
ley in a decision rendered yesterday
in the suit brought by am Newman,
a bidder whose figure was $8,000 less
than the Jensen bid.
Judge Wakeley held that the, .con
tract .involves artistic qualities and
therefore is not subject to cempeti
tive bidding on a purely pecuniary
all ihe neva
No Spap Better
Sam ?! (Sosp. OfntHwntTmJero) tratO
van UkantarlM, St. X. MaMa, Mtss.
Tfltoctor Tells How to
! h Wl a
in a week s
t i m i n
many instances, ftnd quick relief
brought to inflamed, caching, itching',
burning, work-strained, watery eyes.'
Read the doctor's full statement soon
to appear in this paper. Bon-Opto is
sold and recommended everywhere bj
35.00 Overcoats '15.00
'35.00 Suits 15.00
6.00 Trousers 2.95
8.50 Trousers".'. . .'.4.48
6.00 ' Shoes.'. .....2.95
. 2.00 House Slippers SI
1.25 Rubbers 39
314 N. 16th St.
You're bilious, constipated, head
achy, full of cold, unstrung. Your
meals don't fit breath is bad. skin
sallow. Take one or two Cascarcts
tonight for your liver and bowels
and wake up clear, rosy and cheer
ful. No griping no inconvenience.
Children love Cascarets, too. 10, 25
and 50 cents,
Ftatuh-P&7 When Cured!
A mild avstem of treatment that cures Pilar: Fistula mad other
Rectal Diaeaaea in a short time, without a fever surgical op.
A cur guaranteed In every ease accepted for treatment, and no money is to be paid natll
cored. Writ for book on Rectal Diseases, with namea and testimonials of mora than
l.Ott promineat people who hav been permanently cured.
PR. E. R. TARY Sanatorium, Patera Trust Bldg. (Bee Bldg.) Omaha, Neb. . j
"Onward Omaha Exposition"
Featuring the Largest and Most Varied Manufacturing and Industrial
Exhibit Ever Assembled in Omaha ,
NOW IN PROGRESS ON THE MAIN FLOOR OF THE
OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL 9 P. M.
Tuesday, Is Bargain Day
In the Downstairs Store
Embroidery edges and
colored lace, edges at 2t
Laces, 5c yd.
One lot of Torchon, Filet,
Cluny and Val. edges at 5e
, From 9 to 12 A Hat for a Quarter
CHOICE OF THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
Consisting of both trimmed and' untrimmed
velvet hats, the lining: alone is worth the price
we ask for these hats. A really sensational
,v Hqck Towels
Large size hemmed buck
towels, a very absorbing
quality, 22c each.
Bed sheets, a quality thai;
will give good service, in the
large 81x90-inch size, neatly
hemmed, $1.25 each.
2 doz., $1.10
Bleached damask napkins
of splendid, quality in size
21x21 inches. Much under
priced at, half dozen, $1.10.
Large size bath mats for
$1.50. An excellent qual
ity, in colors of green or
Bleached tabUvdflmask of
extra heavy weight and
splendid quality. Good de
signs, $1.10 yard.
Pillow cases, a fine ronmJ
thread quality in size 45x36
inches, neatly hemmed ends,
A Bargain Square of Bargains Tuesday
1,000 Odd Garments' for Women, Misses and Children, at
5c 10c 15c 25c 50c 75c $1,00
This great lot consists of Gowns, Envelope Chemise, Sweaters, House Dresses, Aprons, Dab) V ests, Hose,
Corset Covers, bloomers. Drawers, Children's Waists, Petticoats, Children s Dresses, Rompers, Children's
Kimonos, Sacques, Scarfs, Caps, Bonnets, Leggins, Breakfast Sets and innumerable other articles, all slightly
soiled and counter mussed and only one or two of a style. These prices are just one-half of the regular price.
One lot of women's newest style
spats, assorted colors and all sizes in
the lot. On sale Tuesday, $1.00 the
Union Suits, 49c ,
Children's fleeced union suits, high
neck, long sleeves, ankle length. 8 to
16 years. For Tuesday only, 49c a suit.
Sen's SHOPS "e
These are odd lots taken from our
regular stocks and are on the tables for
One lot of bos' shoes, sizes 1 to 6,
One lot of Inisses' shoes, sizes 11
to 2, $2.95.
One lot of children's shoes, sizes 8&
to 11, $2.45.
One lot of children's shoes, sizes 5
to 8, .$1.95. i
One lot of infants' shoes, sizes 1 to 5,
27x60-inch heavy wool fiber rugs,
plain center with border effects, good
color range, $3.69.
, $1.00 1
Texoleum mats, size 36x36 inches,
light patterns, $1.00 each.
300 dozen men's hose, medium
weight, reinforced heels and toes, elas
tic ribbed tops, sizes 10 to 11, all
colors. Special Tuesday, 10 pairs for
Men's Work Shirts
50 dozen blue and gray chambray,
medium weight, good quality, strongly
made, will stand lots of wear, sizes 15
to 18. Very special Tuesday, 75c.
Limit of three to a customer. .
Men's Soft Collars
, 5c each
100 dozen men's soft collars, sizes
14 to 15, plain and fancy colors, 5c
SuvFairv Sodas Backed
keep the dointyfrethntst
v w m m w
iVl) . ...7
' at the
Week. Starting Jan. 31st
Baked Fresh Every Day in
Omaha's Snow White Bakery
The Noblest Profession
baa to do with doing good for others. Ia no field i theta
peater opportunity (or daio food than in that of Scien
tific Narsinf., Florence Niehtingale, Aotel of the
Crimea," once said that Nursing- was one of the Fum
Arts ii Dot toe Finest ot rioc Arts.
The Need (or Scirntinrallr Trained Nurses is treater
bow than ever before. Thefield otfers the serious minded,
purposeful younf woman rare opriortnmtT not onlr to
measure up to one ol the real needs ot toe world but to,
gain Kea,l Success for herself.
The University Hospital School of
Nursing, of Chicago
aCaHa tiu'aiiJMa sad soentiae hala'U tbaOeama-wwasa ta
aUaia U warn of mparaMoo. Bmwim Mm aiBliatiMi tw
(was taa Uiiiinity mine CMkaa t Madlein aaa tha
Hospital, tadanct at tbta School of Nora ins on jr valaoMa ooo
eottaool DriTiiosasat tha Mdiesl Colloee aad an iaaimj at
the onaaai lowaMnrnaint sf tail Cotter.
Apsfleaals art admitted ta tk Uninraftr noavital School of
Narimr as caadtdstcs for a tkreo-nor am of Grooint lo
Nnnlnf or as candidate for a foor-ronr hum loadiaa to th
dosros of Bachelor of SeJcaeo la Noraiag.
THERB IS NO TUITION R! Prahotlanor and StMoal
Norm race) mom ia an attrortlT Boom adjolnina tin Hos
pital, board oih! leanrfrr dorlnc their period of tramiiw witfcoot
ospoaos to throj. Btndoats neoirs radaated llninioj of
saoae? af tar ta ssahsiloa period of tfcrea ok the.
Tk rjnrrarsltr Bosratal School of Naraaao. r ,..iil,il a i
stitntten. taesto at the Munoetioa of Oadon areaoo. nonanos aad Useola troMa. dttnoU ocnas the
tTra va j
i than tworro nan sen. na a noa-wHarlt h
street f nea the Median! Bwldric of too Uainrattf af llkoots.
Detailed krformatlee tfl ha rJedtj on ooa nqaast to th
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