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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1922)
Tin: PF.r,: omaiia. Wednesday, apiiu. v:. wx.
U. S. Is Carried
I jo ii Club Speaker, Many
Yran in I.lancK I)
wribei Progrci f
hTwrnty4vo year, ago the inh.H.
iumt of die I'Hil'Pi.inc I .land wrrt
a Hgttd. unkempt proplr, undrifcd.
KXifly nmHr4 and imperfi'c. ili
rally and morally." uied Dr. A. V.
i it;immo!i, lor Hie U( tilth, year
I'nhcd Suit tiraturrr in lt l'hil
ippinr.. Kking tt the noon lunch
ton tii the Omaha I.iont club al
llnffi Koine yt.tr'ijay.
Dr. Fiit.immou. made hi firt
trip to the i'hilippinri 22 yean go.
Dunn hi term at trca.urrr he ti
ullilird a mint lor nuking I'hilip
1 , rurrenry and hit name appear
on all bill iued there.
Method Waa Pacific
"The Unite J Sutr lu. accom
lli.hrd a work in the i'hilippinet of
ohidi we may all be proud," Dr.
I'itxtinimon declared. "Thi u
nut accoinptUlifd at the inutzle of
a gun, but rather through missionary
work and education.
"Today the I'hilippinri have the
finrtt htiiool )triii in the world,
linglikh it the only language taught
in the tchool and i the language
upoken. Sauilary corpt have been
organized; bridge, roadt and drain
age ditchrt built and well dug, un
til today there is nut a nook or cran
ny in the entire Mandt that it not
inhabitable and afe for the white
nun and his family."
The Philippine! have' as many au
tomobile a tlure are in Japan and
all Asia, and it a country rich in
possibility, according to Dr. Fiu
aiinmon. The chief product are
tugar, hemp, tobacco and cocoanut
oil and more than three-fourths of
the trade of the ilands is with the
Natives in United State School.
"More than 5,fKW young Filipinos
are now in the large universities of
the United States completing their
education," the speaker said. "The
people are 90 per cent Christians and
in 10 years the government of the
islands will be in the hands of men
educated in America and who think
That the islands would soon gain
the independence for which they are
now seeking, was prophesied by Dr.
Mis Ruth Stonehouse, moving pic
ture actress, was a guest of H. B.
Watts, manager of the Strand the
ater, at yesterday's luncheon.
Miss- Storehouse's "Dixie Synco
paters." a quintet of young men, gave
several" musical selections.
The luncheon was in charge of
V. C Hascall.
; to Cost $3,000,000
- Omaha is to spend $3,000,000 for
paving, sewer and grading work this
season, according' to a program out
lined by Commissioner Joseph Kout
fcky, in charge of the public-' im
provements department, yesterday
morning. Most of the work will be
completed this , year,- the . commis
sioner believes." '""
Paving, $1,300,000; sewer. $1,500,0001
grading, 55U,UUU. cxt auesaay
morning . the city council will re
ceive bids for., the sale of $600,000
bonds to finance pavrng work.
The council approved 24 paving
and seven sewer contracts yesterday.
AM rnntrar. nnnrnved this vear
contain the stipulation that the work'
under the contract 'must oe com
pleted befdrt -November 1.
May 1 to 8 Designated as
Physicial Culture Week
A national organization, of which
William Muldoon of' New York is
- tiresidertt. has requested the public
school administration to ooserve. m
Utional Physical . Culture Week, May
Hi to 8. Among the members of the
executive committee of the organiza
tion are Douglas Fairbanks, Mary
lfickford. Fred .Stone, Kith St. Denis,
waiter Camp and Houdim. - .
llgutter Seeks Nomination
for Municipal Court Judge
Charles S. Elgutter, attorney, 1322
Park avenue, filed at the election
commissioner's office yesterday for
nomination for judge of the munici
Dog Hill Paragrafs
THE TALE OF
1 '. iwaw. rw
Trying to B Fierce.
The Muley tow rathrr rnjied
the talk he ou.ed lefu the had
eaten Jack O'Lant'rn. And leln
that anyone o brat ought pt to
appear loo meek and mild, he tome
time tried to look prr-tf at lte
Somehow hr could never nun
ae frown when old dog .spot w
about. Hut if the came arrot Mat
ter Meadow Moue all alone in the
patture, he never failed to bellow
at him and ak him in a gruff tone
what he wat doing there.
When the nt tpoke to him like
that Matter Meadow Monte wat
"I'm only taking a tiroll," he
The Muelv Cow sUrrd at him for
a few moment. She wanted to act
feroiiout. but unfortunately iie
could think of nothing more to tay.
And not wishing to eem at lof
(or wordt, the began to cough.
Before the had stopped coughing,
Matter Meadow Moune ran away.
And that wat exactly what the
Muley Cow had hoped he would do.
It wn!J l-f bei ery akia4
tor fr if t luJ wa.uJ until tit
lul n(td toukhing For ty
he would, tculd ihiik ol ttoth
ins irHMJi tu 4C.
The I'fM time the Muk Caw
inn Mit'r MtaJjw Mu ! br.
(awed at him and lumped h'f
tret at m, to that the ground trem
bled beneaili him. Me wat !'
it klitnied o tun Sti be tio4 tdl
and ttiuertd. And that mad the
it nicy t ow qu i uiifomloi table.
Mttr Meadow Moiue tiared at fee
while he famed wuh fright. And
again the Muley low could think
T thought mayb you'd choke."
of nothing but pleatant remark to
So the began coughing once more.
Hut to her great ditmay Matter
Meadow Moute didn't run away.
And tinre the couldn't cough lor-
r, but bid to ii Kumeiiine. the
Puxd to g't brr breath. And thrn
he atked iiutli'n.
l"'l cu I'm ciy fitutV
the inquntd. dn t ou run
"f wti waiimg to tee what tap
peMd." tid Mer Meadow Muut
ptf44niy, " thought maybe jou'iJ
the Muley Caw wat to tur.
I'liwd the didn t know what to tay
to that. And to hide her con lu. ion
the wUit'd roughing again.
Again le ttt'pped. (ur ui courte
the oon had to. Mier Meadow
Mue had waited hojiefully, watch
ing her cloely to ire il h -ere not
I'uing to choke that time, anyhow.
And when the didn't he wat quite
l"rjr it again will ou:' be be
riiii lit the Muley Cow,
What!" the bawled. -Do you
want m to ihoke?"
"Vetr he told ber. "I thought
that il you did. Farmer Greer) would
romi and run wh'p ttoik down
our thioat, And tht would be
gnat tua to watch, wu know,"
Ti e Muley Cow ped. She taw
ilut Matter Meadow Moute knew
l about hrr thukinir over an apple
awav!" the bade Matter Meadow
m the orvhard. And ;hat wat tame,
thing the never bkrd to talk about
! till the truth, the wat toinewhat
aihamed r( the whole aflair. "do
away!'' the bade Matter Meadow
Mou.e, "Go away! I don't want
anything to do wuli you," Uut her
voire watn't the leatt bit fierce. Nor
wt he the leatt bit (lightened
In the end it wat the Muley Cow
hertelj tlut rait off. And Matter
Meadow Moute een (olloited tier
all the way to the bar.
The Muley Cow wat to atliamed
to have been clu.fd by a Miadow
Moute (and young one, at that I)
that the tearcely dared look any
body in the (are until milking time,
u'orrntht. i:t t
i lav vri w .ya t j m mm - - -w m
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just good gum
Airtorican Chicle Co,
By George Bingham
1 Sim Flinders, was seen sitting on
the - front -porch this morning with
ftA I'j sfJ '.. . v v
his fingers in both, ears. It is be
lieved he,. was having a one-sided ar
gument .with his wife.
. Slim. Pickens has united with the
Excelsior Fiddling Band, and was
sworn in last Saturday night. Slim
:annot play anything at all but by
making him pad out his clothes he
can be used to fill the gap caused
by a recent resignation of a mem-
Before leaving home this morning
his wife placed a lot of hen eggs in
Sim Flinders pockets, so he could
not sit down anywhere.
rgr TV IA T
Ii to i
The Famous Orator, Who Is Giving a
Series of Lectures at City Auditorium."
The llnehler Bros. Market Is one of
the greatest oimnlzation of Its Mod
In the I'nlted State, operating mar
kels In thirty cities of the con air.
This great purchasing power sec o ret
price concession here and there that
are In torn passed on In lower price
and greater values to Bnehler patron.
We bay for cash, and tell for cash
yon benefit by the many economies
effected. There I a reason for the
great army of buyer that dally supply
their meat need at Bnehler Bros.
ii'ood values earn their reward by right of merit. The fame of
lluehler Bros. Meat Value ha spread to tuck aa estent that we
are now offering for those who bare heretofore found our other
three market Inaccessible to them, a market la the Immediate
downtown district. Thl fonrth and nenett Bnehler Bros. Market
nill be located at .
1407 Douglas St.
Ton will find thl newest Bnehler Brut. Market fully up to onr
unvarying standard of cleanliness and aanltatlon, and offering
the tame remarkable roloet that have made these markets o pop
alar among thrifty bontenlves. Come to thla fine new market and
ee the exceptional value we have assembled for yen.
Opens Wednesday A.M., April 12
A special feature aa our newest Buehler Bros. Market Free De
livery on Groceries and Meat Order of $o.00 or Over.
PRICES GOOD AT ALL BUEHLER BROS. OH STOCK CARRIED.
A Full Line of
The same unequaled Buehler Bros.
Meat Values will be found in this
new market. There will also bo
offered a full line of Quality Gro
ceries at saving1 prices.
Whatever you need for the table
will be found at this newest Bueh
ler Bros. Market at saving: prices.
Buehler Markets Save Housekeepers Many Dollars
Some Extra Specials
Choice small, lean Pork Loins,
Choice Boston Butts, lb.... 19
Fresh Neck Ribs, 5 lbs 25
Fresh Pork Breakfast Sausage,
Special on Smoked Meats
Fancy Bex brand Breakfast
Bacon, one-half or whole . 22
Fancy Rex brand Skinned
Hams, lb. .............. 30
Cudahy's Puritan Breakfast
Bacon, one-half or whole . 34$
Sugar Cured Picnic Hams.. 18
Fancy Strip Bacon, lb.. . . . .17$
We also carry Armour's Star
Hams and Bacon, Swift's Pre
mium Hams and Bacon in all our
Choice Fresh Lake Trout. .32
Fresh Mackerel .......... .254
Choice Salmon 20
Choice, Halibut Steak 20tf
Fresh Catfish ..,.,.,.30
An Entire Week
J Skinned Hams
02 or whole)
A complete line of Fancy Gro
ceries, Fruits and Vegetables, all
new stock, at our new market.
Special Nomis brand Sliced
Peaches, extra heavy syrup
4 cans $1.00
Extra Fancy Sweet Corn
3 cans . 32
Special Palm Olive Soap 5
Fancy, large can Pork and Beans,
3 cans .. ....... . . . . .... .25
Extra Fancy Strawberries
Imperial Valley Head Lettuce,
good size ... i ..... . . . . . . 10$
Evergood Liberty Nut
Mb. carton . ........ ... . 19
5-lb. carton ..... .95$
2-lb. carton . .45
5-lb. carton ..........$1.00
Danish Pioneer Creamery But
ter, special 37$
212 North 16th St
Omaha's Leading Cash Markets
2408 Ciuning St. 4903 South 24th St.
1407 Douglas St.
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