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liiti UtU: OMAHA. Sl'NPAY. MARCH 12. VJ22
I "tli Annual Auto
Show Ready for
Ktfor.l Attrinhiire o( PuMIc
nnJ Dfalrrt IrfUtI
toi hiM it lli' .:tulitriuni
UftJV'')' dllrrnuxit at
.V("n ( pwh 4 kf it ttujr all
li"nrii .vuii'ljy 1'iititng tttr
UMMuut'ltf tt tlir cfoi4ifm. The
cCiV Kh'nic lhi jear i rem, while
(rt mi'l roHii Myrud ( fire
tiJiiihl wilt liluiiuiuie ti I'ljif,
'JhmmJihk t. A. I'. Wtfiiuh, trcrc
tjfy f the Aututiitif litlllrits
iiii4lu'ii, lli.ff will hf US auto
iii'ttilri (in lijt.ty in the nuin loom
f lie Auliitiinii iiihI ! trmk in
t(i1riiik rxhihit in the Uige rom
jitfj'ofl ihr AuMrium.
-, Ehibit Are Artistic.
-V rktuhit luve brni arranK' J
ln'tt ar litic nuiiiirr, cui'li exhibit
in IkjoIIi itifrriiiiii; an in
ttnvr court. The txlithit'iiV rii-iiiK-e
will he the et door of the
llunurd Meet mtraiuo.
friirr kttrmUmc i expected tin
jwk bu of the greatly reduced
rilfvxad Ure on all lines into Onu
hi! ' I or the hrt time siiue the e
I -tfrljftimt-nt ,,f the lmw ttie railroad
I )U allowed I4ic aii'i ouc-nan r
Hif .Jfouiid trip to Ouulu.
U;4ler iinu prospective ouvrr
hud tiuiiy new ana aituaive
(iCituiri at this vejr'a show.
-rhere are many new models in the
aripii nuke of car and the prices
arJ much lower than those which
nrtVAilrri iluriiin the show Iat year.
ftmi Hrowii'ii orchestra will furnish
iiovle in the Auditorium and truck
rMJit, The chow, alter the first
da, will oien at 9 a. m. and con
tinue inilil 10 :M) p. ni.
. ' Annual Dinner Thursday.
J liursdav cveiiiue the annual di'
tier i to the automobile men will be
aiv'en at the Fontenelle. lieorge M
Lrahain. Cleveland. ()., will be the
principal fjaker. There will be
tlir-Aisual vaudeville htunts and the
lrefopey-Carfrnlier films. Dancing
W III .rOHCIUUC 1I1C 1111119 ICJIimni..
Cast year HI d'alers were pres
et at the dinner. Arrangements are
being made to take carc of more this
Straul School Head 'la
fe Re -Elerled at Old Salary
l'aul, Neb., March 11. (Spe
cial'.) The board of education unan
ims'uMy re-elected H. G. Stout su
perHitendcnt. This makes his fourth
year, with the St. Paul schools. lie
was not asked to take any reduction
iiufrages for the coming year.
CtjittmUis Canning Company
"firflumbus. Neb., March 11. (Spe
cif.) Stockholders of the Columbus
Cawning company have acquired a
state right to manufacture brooms.
A'i'room factory with an initial pro
ducii'on of 25 dozen brooms a day
will; enter the field within- a few
wtcks under the name of the Ne
braska Kubberset .Broom company.
Farmer Poet Asks for
Recognition of Artists
people and life among and in whiif
If a pun h ihle it pArirjr with
pm dr lrukli iuy and ill phase of
bfe with- whiilt ht cotttM in con
tit , thin he ii iiufv a Kniu, and
i-ur n(iiKe i an(fi of hi en
tironnirnt. 'I he ddlerene bttwren
llioe itrmutet and thoe of til whom
l,ninitl!uw drkiiiiMtfil a ''the
IminbUr poet." is tlut we ran but
ifM'Piid in ime nor! ot environment,
and wln-ii ukrn from it our pen
hnouirt ih nl.
Convey Thought in Vere.
I irirt I ran, in my ehom
uitdium nt vrre. rnnvey the thonuht
that i in my imnd more clearly than
l an lha maHi UrW alii( from a iky-
I'nn iha tan fit III Ihrn.h ai"t aa a ran
II.- aunt ltia ilia mr Uka mnu-
Ta lha ra4 aal tlia UNir uf rnan
H. - .ii.a ihv atr.l In iniu. Iuk ri h al
llu.t lhr aimialoaay l lk aaay
rri ha iuo Hrr alia lialura In-
lan-laH thair atia1
In vninlan villi mual" ilia ila
lau an ut lha ! N lhlui.ll In a bU-
tin na ai In Ilia lhlrkit la lfl.
A.l iha Uiit ukrii oul ff lha uatlan4
nf iha amirca f tir anna la haraft.
iu ahan a aouM to Ilia aonf et
I. t a gii In lha fialila for a lay.
Kr ina an( in Ina baatt Mill (oravar
If "! cairn hlin an4 Uka him aaa.
Find Beauty at Home.
"Thi middle wet of ours is full
of men and women who are able
to portray tlirouKh muaic, art. literati-re
and the drama its pathos, lis
humor, iit love and all the various
thine that go to make up its glor
ious whole. And what I want to
r.sk you tonight is why we can not
ktep these sunflowers growing on
the prairie where they belong, In
Mrad of watching without protest,
cr effort to prevent, the transplant
ing that means their death. Having
pointed out the fault, it would now
seem to be up to mc to suggest a
remedy. And the one Uiat I have In
mind is this: That we demand in
our literature, art, music and drama
the portrayal of the good, dean,
human, everydav middle western
life about us. Why need we go to
Africa or the North Pole to find our
romance or our beauty? The sun
set never painted a more glorious
picture on the sands of the Sahara
or the peaks of the Alps than I can
take you out to see on the prairies
ot our homeland."
Otoe County Farms Are
Taking Laud From Market
Nebraska City, Neb., March 11.
(Special.) About '35 farmers of this
community who have had their
larms listed for sale with real estate
agents for sonic time, are withdraw
ing them at expiration, farmers arc
feeling much more encouraged than
they were some time ago and believe
thut this is no time to sell their
Deed Transfers Site for
$300,000 Beatrice Hotel
Beatrice, Neb.. March 11. (Spe
cial Telegram.) A deed transferring
the- old Paddock hotel property to
the Beatrice Hotel company was
filed in the register of deeds office.
The consideration named was $57,-
972.93. The site is where Beatrice's
new $.300,000 hotel will be erected.
Omaha li e Plant
Makes Profit of
$2.42 cm Kac-h Ton
ilalr. Audit Hiow Municipal
Fail lory (.tear $tt.f'2
on i;.uli $1(H) of It,
Lincoln, M-mli II (Jpt iJ )"
The profit on a Ion of ie mU by
the muniiipal fe plant 41 Omaha i
$ (-, aieordiug to an audit made of
the municipal ice plant iv empne
nf Cieorge Marsh, utile auditor. The
Mate law tall for a stare audit of
all Oiuatu municipal ownership ac
tivities, the eapeixe to be paid by
The report aUo how that in the
ale of $HHr worih of ice there i a
profit of SU.t'2. A table is presented
howiutr how thi profit on a $100
sale i derived. Thi table follow:
( ml of ice $ .S40
tioirral expense , ,5.19
Jitney station rxi'nise 5.18
Buildine; and miscellaneous
In Limerick Trouble
Total cost and expense .. 55..W
The audit shows that the munici
pal plant sold $.76.0.1.t 25 worth of
ice in the last year, which represents
a protit ot SUMVJ.w
David City Men's Forum -
to Discuss City Manager
David Citv. Neb., March II.
(Special.) The Men' Forum have
held three incctiiiRS this winter.
The first subject for discussion was
"Our Klectric Light Plant." the next.
"Our Waterworks Plant;" the third
nieetine discussed the subject of
"Good Roads." At each of these
meetings the subjects were dis
cussed bv men of the meeting from
al! sides and views. The subject for
the next meeting which will be the
first Jhursday in April, will.be- J he
City Manager Plan.
Cambridge Pastor "Weds
Woman From Australia
Cambridge, Neb,, March II.
(Special.) Rev. A. R. Jones, Con
gregational pastor of this city, was
married to Mrs. W. T. Baker of Aus
tralia in San Francisco immediately
after Mrs. Baker had landed. A num
ber of years ago Rev. Jones was
sent as missionary to Australia and
lived with the Bakers for some time.
Six; years ago his wife died and he
sent for his Australian friend.
21 Schools Represented
at Contest in IWfolk
Norfolk, Neb., March 11. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Twenty-one north
Nebraska high schools were repre
sented in the declamatory contest
held here to compete for -places .in
the state debate to be held at Wayne
March 30. First place winners were:
Hale Nelson, Bristow, oratorical;
Clila St. Clair, West Point, dramatic;
Russell 'Lindskog-, Pilger,' 'humor
ous. . 1
Feli4 M.ch II. IW A. T.) -A
settlement of h iioulde lietween
the rival fun e 1 ol the lnli trpub
In an artnv in linietn k lias hern
rrathed. t'nder the agree went, both
panic will evacuate the ait v.
Snnall iiuiul'iiaiiie unit a ( nfloia!
fours, it i provided, will onupv the
iiiihtaiy l4iia.k now in oseioii
of the free alaie troop. ly "oito
cial" force piesuuuMv the Hniifh
Hoop whiili IfHUiiied in Liuicriik
At II itVWk thi nminiutr latge
hoditt of troop wrte leaving the
Fanners Institute at
Itrokcn How I SttctTi
rioken Itow, ch, March 1 1,
(Si'etiul.) The Farmer' Iiutituie
in thi cily va a bitf sunes. both
in point of attendance and iusinutiie
entertainment. J. II. 1-raml.cn of
Lincoln spoke at Icnsth on cow
and dairyiiiRi Prof. 11. O. Wanier,
potato ' specialist of the s'atc is a -cultural
college, told he way to
raise potatoes and the treatment (
dicase of the pud; If. J. Klc!hrt;
Custer county agriculturalist, ami
Prof. F. F. Musschl, head f the
poultry department of tbe state ami
cultural college, each gave instruc
tive lecture on the t'stin f leJ
corn and the raising of poultry.
Ravenna CIotLing Store
Is.DcMroycd, Jy Fire
Ravenna, Neb., March 11. (Spe
cial.) Fire destroyed the Adolf
Knotek clollnrtjr atockvlierc. ihc
tire was caused by ignition of gaso
line used by a clerk cleaning a par
ment James Kendcl, the clerk, had
served in the Austrian army, had
been wounded and badly shell
shocked, coming to America sine!
the war. The excitement was low
much for him, and he collapsed and
is now under care of a physician.
Mr. Knotek had one hand unite bad
ly burned, and Lester Kozcl, volun
teer fireman,; bad a hand badly rut
by a piece of glass. The stock in
voiced about $7,500, and there was
insurance oil both stock and build
ing. Elgiu Telephone Company
Applies for Switching Rate
Lincoln, March 11. The' applica
tion of the Antelope County Mutual
Telephone company of lilgin, for a
60-cent switching rate to be charged
farm patrons of the Oakland Tele
phone company, an auxiliary, will
be heard befrlre the railway com
mission here March 17.
The commission announced today
that the nrosecutiofi instituted against
the Frontier Telephone company of
llubbell. for alleged failure to keep
accounts and make reports accord
ing to uniform system, had been
continued, due to the company com
plying with the requirements.
Girl, 17, Charges Father , .
Threatened to Kill Her
Joseph Marrinic was arrested Fri
day night, at .bis home. K "street, .
on comnlaint of his daughter. 17, wbrt
said he threatened to kill her with-
an iron rod, She told police he was
released fr6m the asylum ut Lin
coln last April. He was fined $25 in
South Side court.
a, - a
imakii. !- faSa a SO J
.r 1 1 1 asns.i.ia .ta-i
Don't Fail to See
"AROUND THE CLOCK
. WITH FASHION"
A Fashion Promenade
Featuring the Newer Apparel for
Women, Misses & Children
Monday Evening--Seven P. Tvf .
Alabama iifopritici. o4ik hatp
ue will the itoHtial ! lha'imaii
ollis i . the nuuie aa'Hultiiie
t .iuiii ltr-. wtiuli i a'Uitui llie
Mni!e r'iiN ipiemn Jor 1 tic
4ll IT Clfjlli'll ft M COSflllllU nt.
l 1.. C,.. ,;sw'iJ and foiiiiolUd otpoi4iioii, .
.HUM It iJIIIMI? I-Lr .
t.M.fy nrm uc.k. 1le iraiimonr of m,, 'a,ifi'd in D,., Mohifa
1 ue ijiiiim ilium, ue noniii
nice h ioiiiiiiiite lnt band in
formation 011 1 In Ilium ul and hj;al
Irp ll.ularrii lie Will I ij:!it
Flan l,rV'"',,d l')' S'U4
vcr the piopii.
n I "I, f..r oii' Mr. Kahn .iid. "am
"""""" , jtiruiily ii.jnist Boicitunenl Oltci-
HI llollsc1 I .rillll. i imn (. nv pi.iint (li.il 4H b lull
bv private rntci jine. If th""
Vonia schcuii' is acnt ! the lnue
I ah.ill rrt.niilv i ppo.e it "
Mr. K.'iiit 1 n rated bi brln f
that h crcaiiou of a Ktnetiimeni
I loiiiiniskinii ioiiipiitrd id icpiesci.ta-
a!l.llfcton. ,14Hll I I, l'l. . , , , .I..,.,,.,,.-.,... .mMllfI
lo lus. r il the MumIc Mi' 1.1 N
I tope 1 tn,, was tin loital 'solution
of the proldi in of rltmi; tin ill In
iiiUk princ ot di'irr lopmcnt f
pmatc (ainal and without additional
cost to the fidctal kv CI mucin,
the unlitary cuuimiitce, Mr. ICulin
r.id, uoiild call Sccrrtary Mellon
and Attorney Ueneral Uauihcrlv lo
mitt iiifnt l.cUirii the house and
sinate iner liHitioii i.f the biv
ciiuin n:" wai-buili piniTiiu, ut
Muslim Slii.il, Ala, erfi i a
probability tonight in ome cmi-
I haiimaii Kahn of t!ie bouse
military uifaiia cuinniiiier, shui lias
jurisdiction tuer the ilisvition of
pha.c if the Muile Mnu iptf.
i l.f. f.ihn W 1. 11.- r.t Ilia UVir
ci'l'ailiiiinl will In tin- wllnrsi
Monday, Other wiiiii r have bern
callid by Mr. Kahn lor nrt wdk.
.llihonijh no ihlniite progtam
hraiiuii lia l been at ranted loif.iy,
(!hIiiiiiImi!I JYiffiratu Hnjs
riant of lu (Joinprlitor
Cohmibiis, ,rb, Match II. iSpe
ci.il.) -An aiiiccnirnt cnicied
between John f, on-. publisher ol
tlie t olunihiM I'.nly, News, ami the
Teh kiiaui lompaiiv, pnMislur. of 1 lie
I'ohimbiis Trlitiiaiu, by the teruu of
which the TflCKtani company will
purchase the newsp.ier and emiip
ment of the Daily New plant, the
actual transfer of the pioperly to
take place April I.
AtlTslnl in II011M011, lr.
Houston, 'i.x, Manh II. Uct.
Icr liishop, pirsiilrut ot thij toioll
laud KValty luipnulii ii n ni
lierlid Willi t'ie cN4 ti I'rinbhtl
lOilip.iuv, is ji iiitmly n pidiiF lirii'
Oil 4 bnuli w.iri.mt .iiiiJ Ml J .
Momr.', la,, ilumiiu bint with ol-
l.iiiiiim iiinmy under faKe i ifiuni .,
lUshop slilrd he would l!'t i viii,.
iliiion and that be ba been h.ulrc
tiouhh) wild htockholdcrk whoi.i h '
has ftied for unpaid s.il.ne.
t.'onlrai tors t!iinplte U'ik ;,
on Hfotisliluff I.ilirar.'
Scotlsbhilf. Manh II'-
1 h'i 1.1 1 I h jjt.im.) t. oni'.i' loi 1
hue iiuishi'd woik upon tin UI.Vl1''
I'artii'Kie library lor Scotlsldulf, aiul
it will be liiiind over lo the atcli
teit soon. A bbraiy l'.v, whin .1
iiublic donaiion of i(Kiks for tli--libiarv
will be made, vill ptecedc lb'!
formal oprninu of the bii'MuiK.
Spring Sewing Week
for Home Dressmakers
Distinctive fashions can originate in the home.
A little forethought in planning new clothes, a
careful selection of materials and accessories
from well assorted stocks assures gratifying re
sults.. .We are devoting a week to the particular
subject of home dressmaking.
Economies Are Offered Tomorrow
Exceptional Silk Values
for Monday's Selling
Pure Dye Chiffon Taffetas, 36-inch, $1.85 a Yard
A soft, lustrous taffeta that will not crack. In navy,'
brown, copen, gray and a rich black.
First. Quality Jap PongeeSilk, 33-inch, 95c a Yard '
Carefully selected for its' heavy weight and freedom '
, froftt streaks or dust. (A limit of, twenty-five yards to,
each purchaser.) .-
Crepe de Chine, $1.49 a Yard
A 40-inch, fine quality silk crepe., de chine in pink,
. white, Copen, jade, helio, sand, gray, navy, maize and
light blue. , . : .
7 Haskell's Fine Black Silks Are to Be Specially Priced
.-Taffetas, satins, failles, novelties. The best black silks
one can buy. Many interesting savings.
Mollineaux Crepes, $3.95 a Yard
A delightful silk and wool crepe for combination dress
or sport jackets and skirts, one that does not crush.
Bright colors and street shades.
Crepe Eponge, $3.50 a Yard
A favorite Spring, fabric, in every desirable color.
Sportspun, $3.95 a Yard
A. ratine construction in novelty plaids and stripes suit
able for separate skirts. Shown in peach, jade, sand,
cornflower and white.
White Sports Silks .
Roshanara, May Queen, Molly O, plain and fancy art
silks of every sort, from $2.50 to $5.95 a yard.
Spool Silk for Only 10c
One hundred yard spools
of silk for Monday only,
10c a spool. (Limit of
three to each purchaser).'
Coats Spool Cotton,
12 for 55c
Roberts Gold Eye
Needles, all sizes, 10c a
Kohinoor snaps, black
and white, 3 cards for 5c.
Atlas hooks and eyes, 3
cards for 5c. . Non-rust-able,
black and white.
A distinctive pattern
service for home
colored : p 1 a t e s of
every style suggest
combinations of ma
terials and colors
which are of great as
sistance in planning
Vogue Patterns are
now-a v a i 1 a b 1 e at
Imported and domestic
suitings in every desir
able Spring shade. Ra
tines, Canton crepes,
Carolines and Mecca
suitings for 50c, 60c, 75c
and $1.00 a yard.
Special Woolen Prices
Priestley's Imported Serge, 54-inch, for $1.75 a Yard
Thi3 famous English serge is admirable for one
piece dresses and separate skirts. . A . quality easily
Wool Canton Crepes -High
colors for sport skirts, jade, sand, periwinkle,
peach, cream and. maize (54-inch). :
Wool Kashmir Crepes
These in combination, with white arc a favorite sport
fashion for spring and summer. Cherry, rose, Pekin,
Kelly, tangerine and cream (54-inch).
A Disposal of All Wool Plaids and
Checks, $2.49 a Yard
54-inch materials, greatly reduced for a quick clearance.
A special price for a fine
quality in plain shades,
plaids and checks
' second floor
Dainty laces for under
things, torchons, vals,
filet, Venise and Irish
Hand-made laces of the
finest quality . offer un
told possibilities in the
planning of new apparel.
Our lace slocks are re
markably well assorted.
50c, 65c, 85c
Woven tissue ginghams
in new fast colored pat
terns (32 and 36-inch).
Attractively new and
colorful these novelty
bandings for sports
bandings, bead and jet
trimmings, lace flounc
ings, for the adornment
of Springtime apparel.
Imported Wash Fabrics
Indescribably charming in texture and color
are these dainty new foreign materials, ratine
voile, dotted Swiss, ratine, organdie, checked
organdie and sheer fabrics of the better sort.
Solid colors, checks and stripes. . . -
From $1 .00 to $2.00 a .Yard
for 50c a Yard
For aprons, jumpers and
children's dresses these
fine cretonnes, in harmo
nious colorings, are very
attractive (36-inch), for
50c a yard.
Every requirement is met
with Beldings silks, Glos
sila, Grayona, Celesta
Embroidery cottons in
every desirable shade.
D. M. C, Star and Royal
Beads in all styles and
All shades of yarn.
Japanese and Sea Island
nainsooks in suitable qual
ities for hand and machine
sewing.' Longcloth3 in
several qualities. Specially
priced by the bolt. "
- linen section
Banding3 and edges'
organdie and batiste, em
broideries for camisoles,
wide flouncings, colored
embroideries, ., baby sets ,
and yokes. Hand embroid-.
cries were never lovelier. '
A small detail of great
importance, the right
buttons being essential to
the success of any dress
or blouse. : -We
offer a selection of
unusual extent, including :
all sizes, shapes, colors
and styles. '
Afford an easy
method for home
dressm akers, who
find that the new
printed , patterns are
simple to follow, with
. second floor