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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY. MARCH 26, 1921.
tor Drive Named
Mrs.W. E. Rhoades To Be
Officers Arc Assigned
Commissioned officers to take the
field in the drive tor 5,000 $1 mem
berships in the Omaha Visiting
Nurses' association next week, were
announced Friday afternoon.
Mrs. W. E. Rhoades will be the
commanding general of the cam
paign. Assigned to the First ward is Maj.
Lillian Paul with Miss . McDonald
as her adjutant.
Captains in this ward are Mrs. C.
K. Watson, Mrs. frank L. Johnson,
Mrs. K. J. Cochrane, Mrs. R. R. Page,
Mrs. Thomas Golden.
In the Second ward, the major is
Mrs. E. M. Heffncr.
- In the Third ward, Mrs. Sam Na
than is major with these captains
.Miss Bess Greenfield, Mrs. J. L.
Paxton, Mrs. P. Belmont. Miss Flor
ence Foster, Miss Marie Gosset, Mrs.
C. S. Slio waiter, Mrs. D. Lowe, Mrs.
C. L. Pcnton, Mrs.; M. L. Miller,
Miss I. Arnstein.
' Fourth ward major is Miss Ella J.
Rrown. Her captains arc Mrs. Laura
Thuringcr, Miss Lilly Ring, Mrs. E.
Leonard, Mrs. John Hertz, Mrs.
Lena Miskowsky, Mrs. Mokica Min
ogue, Mrs. John Franey, Mrs.
Thomas Golden, Mrs. M. J.- Carso,
Miss IL Kulakofsky, Mrs. John Mc
Auliffc, Miss Mazie Eggcn. i
Mrs. W. R. Wood is major of the
Kighth ward with Mesdames Jack
Sharpe,' Robert Mauley, F. E. Hoag
land, A. C. Stokes, and H. G. Hoer
ner as captains.
Mrs. Victor Rosewater is major of
the Ninth ward. Her captains are
Mrs. K. W. Exlcy, Mrs. Ida Leon.
Mrs. D. O. McEwen, Mrs. H. H. Al
len, Mrs. Frank Campbell, Mrs. J.
L. Newman, Mrs. Elmer Johnson,
Mrs. J. C. Martin, Mrs. I. Shuler,
Miss N. Beatty and Miss M. Brandt
Major of the Tenth ward is Mrs. R.
Kulakofsky, with these captains:
"Mrs. Frank Fields, Mrs. Henry
Rachman, Mrs. P. A. Simon, Mrs.
Louis Simon, Mrs. J. Branson, Mrs.
li. ts. Khoades, Mrs. rl. M. Kogers,
Mrs. Dave Wells, and Miss Mollic
Mrs. Alex McKie is major of the
Eleventh ward, witli the following
captains: Mrs. Gerald Drew, Mrs.
George Vawter. Mrs. Kenneth Wat
son, Mrs. H. C Moore, Mrs. R. G.
Watson, Mrs. S. L. Morris, Mrs. C.
In the Twelfth ward. Mrs. John
McTagagrt and Mrs. Herbert Cox
are major and adjutant.
Mrs. II. B. Wright is Benson ma
jor with Mrs. Burt Ranz, Mrs. W.
A. Wilcox, Mrs. Paul Wilcox, and
Miss Fern Sullivan, captains. .
Mrs. Mae Steyer is major of Flor
ence and Mrs. B. Grimes. Mark Kin
dred, Mrs. A.'kemon, Mrs. Howard
(.Iiiy, and Mrs. Sam Jensen.
At the hotels, Airs. Charles J.
Hubbard will be in charge, with these
women assigned to these hotels:
Mrs. H. C. Sumney, Fontenelle; Mrs.
Arthur Tagg, Castle; Mrs. Lem Hill,
Hill; Mrs. F. L. Deapecher, Loyal;
Mrs. F.' S- Egan, Sanford; Mrs. C.
r c .t....it n-!i: . r - j i
v. oouuijv.il, (-iiiiiKiu, aiiM nrn-
r.rctta Mctllar. Blackstone; Mrs. R.
S. Hyde and Mrs. S. S. Hanna, Colo
nial. Receiver Named
. . .
For Refining Co.
Omaha Plant Will Continue
To Operate at Full
John Bekins,; proprietor of the
Omaha Van and Storge company,
was appointed receiver of the Oma
ha Refining company yesterday by
Federal Judge J. W. Woodrough.
The plant will continue to operate
'.at full capacity, according to offi
cials of the company.
The appointment was made fol
lowing the filing of involuntary
bankruptcy proceedings against the
company -Thursday by several of the
largest-creditors. Liabilities of more
than $300,000 were alleged in the
petition. . v '
Practically the entire output of the
Omaha Refining company is con
sumed by local demand, Kansas City
being the nearest point to Omaha
, . j
m wnicn omcr renneries are locaiea.
. . : . . 1 -
. i &i t c ii !(. n i ? iu 1H3UIV. an aiiiiv
supply of crude oil have been made
by the receiver. f
Man Seeking Divorce Says
Wife Has Married Again
Alleging that Iiis wife. Mary, mar
ried another man July 30, 1920, Wil
liam Saunders of Thomas county,
Nebraska fled an answer in district
court here yesterday to her Mjit for
divorce, which she filed February 9,
1920. Her divorce has not been
granted here, according to court rec
OUC LllfUgCU UldL tier HUSV4MU CA-
f csed her to all manner of abuse
and that he often ordered her to
kave their 'home. She said he had
, property and also a good income as
a rural route mail tarricr.
Saunders alleges that his vife left
him April 19, 1914. stating she would
neter return. They were married in
November, 191 J, by the Rev. Charles
Savidge in Omaha. Saunders alleges
that in titter disregard oi acr mar
riage to him, she married the other
New System of Lighting
On Dodge Street Grade
approved by the council, will be
mitiated m the district anecieu ut
the Dodge street grade Seventeenth
to Twenty-fourth street from Capi
tol avenue to Douglas streets.
Instead of two twin standards' on
diagonal corners, there will be a
single standard on each of four cor
ners. They will have white globes
and be three feet closer to the street
level, according to Commissioner
Three intermediate lights, besides
those on the grounds will circle the
High school grounds.
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Man Carrying Baby
Hit by Car Driven by
Auto Club secretary
Carrying his 8-months-otd baby,
John Gilbert, in his arms, and ac
companied by his wife, John Kichncr,
Papillion, was knocked to the pave
ment while crossing the thorough
fare at Sixteenth and Douglas strecis,
yesterday afternoon by Judson L.
Ilasinks, secretary of the Omaha
Automobile club, 1809 Laid street.
. Eichncr suffered bruises about the
body and legs and cuts about the
He did not loose lus hold on the
baby, however, so holding the little
infant that it merely cut its togue
and humped its head as it struck
against its father when he fell.
The mother went into hysterics.
The trio was taken to Central po
lice station, where the injured father
and child were treated by police
surgeons, the mother calmed, and
all taken home.
Eichner also declined to prose
cute, but declared Haskin "was go
ing a little too fast."
The mother declined to prosecute
Haskin said he obeyed tbe traffic
officer's signal and drove west on
"I slowed up," he said, "but in
order to make the hill, I stepped on
Proper Training Of
Youth Discussed By
Head of Moose Home
Darius Brown, ex-mayor of Kan
sas City and head of the Moose
hart institution at Moosehart, 111.,
was the principal speaker at the
meeting of the KWanis club at the
Rome hotel yesterday noon.
"The way to assure the nation a
substantial and loyal manhood and
womanhood is to start with the chil
dren and rear and educate them
properly," he said.
"Every child is entitled to a clean
place to live, plenty of sunshine and
fresh air; plenty to eat and an edu
cation which will send him Into ik
world a force for good. 1
"Children with the. proper train
ing will be true American j when
grown. Hoys and girls who have
had a healthy rearing will never b
disloyal or contcnancc evil."
In England "Miss" was former!
applied onlyto females under 10
years of age. ,
"Too folks are right
about It America, In her
splendid Isolation, can go
ahead and make this conti
nent jost what she pleases.
If everybody pitches in and
buys the things they need
for just their ordinary com
fortsthe wheels of indus
try will whir a song of hap
piness and prosperity for
all America. It certainly
Is op to ns," said a thinking
man baying an Easter
JOHN A. SWANSON, Pres.:
ft'M. L. HOLZMAN, Treas.
Everybody Welcomes the New Easter Clothes
and the New Lower Prices
"YOU'LL see why an overwhelming demand has developed, when you see
the new clothes at the new prices. You'll see why Greater Nebraska is
the center of attention for western clothes buyers when you inspect the enor
mous selections of extraordinary values this establishment has prepared.
Here you find no excuses about "delayed deliveries," no ex
cuses about small selections. Here you find organized service
service with a vision that provides for your every good
clothes . requirement and always the best at money-saving
prices. : , ' ,
Saturday's Easter Clothes Buyers Will Enjoy
Inspection of Our Magnificent Showing of
New Spring Suits, Top Coats,
Motor Coats, Gaberdines
Come expecting to sec the usual endless selections for which this store
is famous come expecting to see values 35 to 45 greater than
you've seen in years. Come expecting unequalled clothes service from
every standpoint and the new lower prices for extra good measure.
25 $30 $35$40 $50 $60
Involve scores of young
men's styles in every pro
portion and original au
thentic fashion. Special
sizes for men who are
stout, tall, short, sum,
young stouts or big men.
Models for the extreme
dresser, the conservative or
the man between. All pro
portions. Single or double
Offer choice of rich new
weaves from every famous
American mill and many
foreign weaves. .May your
choice be a year 'round
medium weight or of the
many spring fabrics, We've
a vast and varied selection
of patterns and colors.
Hair lines, fancy mixtures,
solid colors all wanted
Finest Hand-Tailored Clothes Within Your Reach Once More -
The almost prohibitive prices of custom tailoring, and the. tremendous cost of producing strictly hand-tailored clothes FArtO J $ AOO
ready for wear is now a thing of the past. $100.00, $115.00, $125.00 have been the prices of fine ready-mades but you " "Jll aim OU
may choose today from great selections at the new lower prices. Fair prices for masterpieces of hand workmanship, at w
, HEADQUARTERS FOR WORLD FAMOUS
KUPPENHEIMER GOOD CLOTHES
Society Brand, Fashion Park, Hickey-Freeman, Campus Togs, Michaels Stern, Langham and Langham-High. More than a clothes
store a clothes exposition. ' '
Boys' Clothes for a Boys' Easter
That new Easter Suit for the" boy means more to him than an Easter clothes outfit does for the grown-up. His
future is before him and good clothes are an inspiration for the. boy to realize the equality of opportunity
that America offers the Avell groomed chap. Vast, varied, complete selections at the new lower prices.
JUVENILE NOEFOLKS clever little suits with
Eton and sailor collars. Grays, browns, green
mixture, blue and brown serges, t H f , tA
" Ages 2V'2 to 8 years U W L)
BOYS' Sturdy Knickerbocker Suits the best of
workmanship and fabrics the elements that
produce the sturdy wear of Greater Nebraska Boy
Clothes All " wanted fabrics and a host of pat
terns. Many with' extra Knickerbockers to match.
Ages 7 ta. 18 years. $a.00 to. $
$10 more value here compare . .
10 to '25
Oliver Twist Suits Blue serge, vel
vet combinations. ...$7.50 to $20.00
Children's W ash Suits Oliver Twist,
Middy or Norfolk styles, $2 to $70
Boys' ' Spring Top Coats Blues,
grays, tans, checks, $7.50 to $12.50
Boys' Extra Knicker Pants,
at $1.00 to $3.50
MIDDY SAILOR SUITS
always the favorite suit.
Short or long pants. Blue serge
and jersey. Also green, brown,
mixtures and solid colors. Ages
. 2i'2 to 10 years .
10 tO ;12
Boys' Easter Shirts
Waists, Keckwear, Hosiery
Hoys' Spring Underwear
Sweater Coats, Belts, Collars
Turns to the
The Easter Hat
It's Here for You
URNING to this hat store a man finds
the straight road to hat satisfaction
America's foremost bat makers are
featured here. The largest western
showing of the newest styles await
;The new lower price levels .prevail'
here the best for less, and our expert
hat men are trained to give you real
. hat sen-ice.
Interesting new styles, '
QUALITY HATS, at .
See the celebrated
MALLORY HATS at.
World Famous JOHN B.
SPRING HATS at
men, you'll cer
tainly enjoy the
unusual treat of seeing,
a vast display of Spring
1921. styles especially
designed for you.
Not satisfied with one
good line we've drawn
upon all leading mak
ers to give you a real
Langham - Highs,
Brand High School
1'he Class, Character
and Tep yon want.
$20 to $45
Sizes, SI to 36 chest.
Ages, 14 to 18 years.
New Stitched Cloth
Hats and Caps
Th ideal headwear for utility service a won
derful showing now ready.
$3.50 to S5.00
S1.50 to S3.00
New Brogue Oxfords, $
Smartly styled new brogue oxfords, made of genuine
leather; welt'sewed soles. The new lower price
New Shirts f ot Easter
Bots' and Children's M 4- Q"2
HATS and CAPS MA J0
Every Live Man Wants
Every Live Style of 1921
Awaits You Here
AVAST exposition of smart new silks
Grenadines, Knit Scarfs, Como
Silks, Swiss and Italian Brocades,
Satin Diagonal Stripes Figures thou
sands of variations and all color tones... The
new lower prices on world's finest neck--
50c to 3
Mocha and Silks;
new lower prices
.Hen's and lonnp: Men's Sew
Brown Calf English Lace Ox
fords at the New Lower Price. . .
"ew Brown Kid Lace Oxfords.
Special values at the
New Lower Price
Men's Shoe Special
Brown Calf Lace Shoes English, medium and
broad toe, combination last.
100 all leather. The New
Men's 'ew Brown Calf Solid
Leather Shoes, welt sewed
soles, at the (aa
New Lower fl
Many distinct 1921 novelties in Shirts button
down collar attached, also shirts with separate col
lars to match. Largest showing new Manhattans,
Bates Street, Eaglts, Yorke, Beau Brunnncl and oth
er leaders finest madras to tH 50 , $Q50
;illc new lower prices .... X l ,
Underwear for Men
Choose from complete new stocks at the new
Lower Prices Vassar, Superior, Cooper,
Stephenson's, knitted or a a ff , h er
athletic Jl.lU tO 3O.DU
Sbora Main Floor, .orlh.
Hosiery s " Jlffl Hosiery
New Interwoven and
Silks and Hsle8-
, 40d and 75 1
finest Laces, em
broidered and two
tone effects la silks
S1.00 to 82.00
: CORRECT APPAREL FOR MEN AND WOMEN;
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