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HIE HKE: OMAHA. HUUAY. Al'KIL .'I. VJii.
15. C. KiujKlcy Is I iirM ait ,vri I' Former Employes
Ouuhitn Honored ly State
Ao Irttlon for Third
Time SftrHary ANo
It. C. Kirtlfy c( Omaha re
fitcttd rrf.tdfii of iht Ncbrkj
oruitt'rm rf Optnmctrint, at the
tint of ihf I6tli annual convention
( the organisation in Hoirl route
rile yettrrday afiernooti, He ti
tcrvrd to rrm.
lliarlr S. Dixon ft North flat'e
a a re-fleetH f.rirrUry.irra.urer.
A. Mantua of York and H. !.. (ill
'rir ('i Harrington erc elects!
r-t vice rriilriit and tcconj vice
Recommcndi Board Member.
T li f aMOciation retoinineiKli-il
.'irorRe Dunlonof Lincoln and A, M.
Wellington of Kearney a nieinberi
jf Hie Mate loard of optometry.
Oliver Ariel, Si. Lmii. president of
tlie National Aociation of Oplotii
MrM, adilremed the convention yen.
:rrday morning, lie averted that
-he oplometrit and the cpthalmo.
Ii'giit ahould liave a cloer working
"Don't lake inr with the medical
urn. for bv n doing you make a
mistake." aid Mr. Abel. "Some
iicmbcra of our profemion who are
doinsr the greater work arc work
Intr in hartnonv with the medical
men. Let' utand Miurcly behind
them and get better acquainted.
Good Workmanship! Uuged.
The St. l.oui mail bronght thi
mcsaee to the convention: "Remem-
trr that it t not how quick you
ran do your work and then pet the
monev. "but rather how good yon
can do it and keep the quality up."
Mr. Abel stated that the optome-
Irists of Nebraska should put on a
campaign of education and organi-
ration and get behind a new optome
try hill to be presented at the next
IcRUIature. The proposed new bill
tvill raise the standards of the pro
fession and be in the interests of the
"The work of our profession has
Increased 100 per cent in efficiency
In the state of Missouri as the result
of our campaign or organization and
education." added the national presi
dent. "Wc are relegating 'he in
tinerants to the scrap heap. Today
we have 1.4S0 registered optometrists
in our state. State universities and
other institutions of learning arc
adding four-year courses in optome
try." Encourages Advertising.
"Advertising has changed the hab
its of the American people; it has.
for instance, led us into the belief
that the bath is not a penance but a
prtvileg," Mid Elmer Robinson of
Rochester, N.Y., who spoke at the
afternoon session.. .' .
The New York man encouraged
Nebraska optometrists in their pro
posed .state-wide co-operative oubli-
city campaisrn which was muuistu
i at the concluding session. ,
I ' " .in , i."t
13 Testify for Man Charged
?: .Willi Throwing Lamp at Wife
' Fifteen witnesses took the witness
, stand yesterday in the defense of
: Charles Brown who faces a jury in
Judge. Fitzgerald's court charged
with manslaughter in' connection
'with the. death of his wtfc who was
' burned to .death in their home last
January. - ' '
All the witnesses testified that
Browivhad been a hard working man
and stood for much abuse from his
wife who. was addicted , to . intoxi
cants.;: v--: : : . ' :
The state -contends that. Mrs.
Browtt totd police that her; husband
threw'a lighted lamp at hen'-; ' -It
is believed Brown will take the
witness stand this morning. . lie
claims that bis wife, who was intoxij
catcd, .carried the lamp that, ignited
her clothes. . ; :?
Stockmen Now Making
MoneyVSays C. A. Murnan
C'Ai Murttan of Denver, promi
nent livestock man, and identified
with the firm of Clayton and Mur
nan of Denver, was at-Hotel Fon
tcnelle yesterday. .
. "There is an improvement in the
livestock ' situation throughout the
western country," said Mr. .Murnan.
"Those 'who fed stock last winter
are making - some " money on their
shipments, and it is my opinion that
those who: market grass-fed .stock
this year will make money. ,It.is my
helicf that -stock, brices will not go
lower,". s ' y : - . :
Mi".. Murnan referred to the good
effecis resulting from the operations
of the 'livestock corporation. :
Arrested Third Time for
i Illegal Sale of Liquor
For the third time, according to
prohibition officers, Albio Rabino,
1210 South Seventh street, was ar
rested yesterday for 'illegal sale of
liquor.. " '.
"He ought to get a penitentiary
sentence - this time," said U. S. Roh
rer, "dry" enforcement officer.
In ntft I'Ljh. Trui of th
eblk4 liulltaHa aut'liy
lit til(l elitllrr,
To u. llaikw TU On.l. iliP
lr i tha Auori.an ttteiilul ut
Kaftkiiif ill hu. an informal dn
ln4y vnm ai t. .Ui kiou.
Tit OliM-rtr lt' UitIiHiiiM
LhttoU will ubarrta f1u" work, May
.. I'Una hata lctt ma4 la
(mali4 luina men aix-ali ai l
!.tnHiU nt lha my 4urii Hi .
i Omaha Im hii.i.ilal roil' N". .
! ahit i. .rwiiil it. rmfi Purina lha
J war, wilt l.ol.t ita IhuJ annual
Ulilun lalurdy UUhl at th llil-
liirrraa ( buri'll Ittictii'! -More
than ua irrwa atlitili4 h an
mm I ui"t ft lha Hrl tUput
t hunh V4iia!ay niht. Tha mm
lrr voieil la . Ilit DUilget
frfiu 1 10, una to IM.auo.
r..nn r id lli ail Mru'a ( luh Kr4
V. 1'i.uti-y 4 Ip.-ikI KMidont of
Ilia inrn'a club f Trinity l'lhtlrol
I'urull Velnvtiy MClil. A dim
ahuwiliK Irli tiliiiiia ierallnn u
Hi (ifauire Kf lit enuriulnment.
Will 4 mi lu lltiwall :imer H
I'ainl'l'ell, am rKtary anil Ireaaurer of
th MlitUml Tula liuarntaa and Ab.
ir.u l riiinimiiy, U to lrne aunn fur
llnwnll where lia ta lo ha aniplnyed
on it Inma in 1 1 lo anil pineapple
Arraluiml on tt C'liarae
(ivurya ami Klim. 101 Unvaif
liurt airct-t. wi-ra arreated Wednes
day nlsM on a t-harco of avlllng dupe.
They and Hv other wera arralaned
on the miii rliitrio tefore V, t).
ConimiMloner lloehlrr jeaterday.
I.niii-tuiiii for X. l' A. Head A
Ihik Iimhi will be lv.-n In honor of
MUm Charl Oruii.iia Williams or
Memiihl. Tenn.. prrUlnt of the
Nallmnil Kdiieiilliin naaorlatlon, at
Hotel I'oiilenelln at noon tnitny by
tho iirlnetpata and aupervlmirs of
f Him hn mi I.I lo .linoln. Hunerln-
temlent J. II. Heverhlaa will preside.
Iliiii-n'iiilii lor Wior Dr. and
Mre. SitIkiih MoreulUt will entertain
lit hinrheon today nt their home.
43t loile sired, for I'rof. E. I
l.yon. dean of tlie Unlvemlty of Mln
neautii midiiul arhool. wh6 comes
lo Omaha to address the Nebraska
Ktuto McilUul soplety. Trof Lyon
U one nf tho leading medical educa
tors of the country.
Auto Driver Released.
J. V. Jamison. 2561 Jones street,
whose automobile injured Charles
Flood, jr.. 4 1-4. 2408 St. Marys ave
nuc, Wednesday at Twenty-fourth
Mrcct and St. Marys avenue, was
released in Central police court yes
terday morning when the. accident
was held unavoidable.
MRS. ALVAH H.McCREARY
of ' Philadelphia, who aays
nothing she could gay for Tanlac
would be half good enough after
the way this remarkable medicine
has brought back her health.
It is just glorious to ' have my
health back, and in my opinion there
is nothing I can say about Tanlac
would be half good enough," . said
Mrs. Alvah H. McCreary, 1531 Lo
cust St., Philadelphia, Fa.: ' : ,'
"For two vears I had. all the mis'
erable and agonizing symptoms that
go with a bad case ot stomach trou
ble. Although I lived on the strict-;
est kind of diet I suffered torture
from indigestion and finally my
whole system seemed to give way.
"I certainly know' how to appre
ciate the wonderful blessing of good
health and I have such conhdence
in Tanlac that I -wish it -was in my
power to put a bottle of it in the
hands of every sick man, woman and
child so that they might take it and
get well and strong,' as I have done."
' Tanlac is sold in Omaha' by . the
Sherman & McCpnnell . Drug Co.
and by leading druggists everywhere.
It is sure
Citliir of l)ef uiu t ' Grr at
Wrttfrn Compauy Trll
Story of Mittnaiugf'
Ou (lowland, furint r talnrr for
tin now dfluiut Great Vurn
Commrrcul Body compaiiy, former
lr the Crcaf Vcrn Tire and Trutk
company. a the principal wilne
vetterday in the trial of Robert
C O'Uryan. former general man
er, charted with conspiracy to
aril nock in the company after it
mi In oH int.
Iltmlaii.l trttiiird tint be COn
ktautly cenmrrd (Vllr)an for liii
method of ronductinti hit buine;
tint It Tlriin una irllinif eooili at
price for which they could ni be
made in order lo meet competition.
Howard Saxton, coinucl for the
defene, cblecl I to neatly every
ouettion put by Dortcy. ktlorney for
In examining exhibit. Dorey
carelei sly referred to the defunct coin-
mnv at "The l.reat Western. ax-
lon Interrtipted before Dorsey had
"I nhii.rt The llJille iloef not
refer to any company in this rase."
Edward U Schlecht, 3-7 South
Vinili lrrrt fnrmer bookkeeDer of
the company, and Adolph J. Dworak.
2201 South Sixth .trcct. another
bookkeeper, made statement similar
to those of I lowland when they
testified this morning.
Mill Ml hi Heat Auto Trial
ltrlrfd in Polite Court
"IT no crime for a man to brat
li own motor cr and na evidence
lu lent khoun here to prove this
nun was driving hit machine," ruled
Judge Holmes in Central police
court yetterday morning, when Na
than Krierton, Ju2i Hamilton street.
u rraiined on chaige of reik
Irtt driving Mhile under the influ
fine jf liquor,
ririfetit mi .rrf.kJ at $ M
Wednetday evening by Ueteviive
Joe U a i in. wU taw him beating
li tulo truck kt Ulureiith and
Come to the Bowen
Store and hear these
As fast as new Columbia Rec
ords are released they are of
fered in our Grafonola De
partment.' Here arc the latest
releases; come and hear them.
A-3559 Some of These Days,
Song Ashor & Rodeheaver;
, Heabin, Song, Ashor &,
A-3560 Isle of Paradise, Ha
waiian, Forora, Franchini &
Green; Susquehanna Shore,
Hawaiian, Forora, Franch.
ini & Greeni ' , ? .
A-3361 One Sweetly Solemn
Thought, Song, Cyrcna Van
Gordon; I Love to Tell tho
Story, Song, Cyrena Van
A-3562 Kashmir i Song,
Song, - Louis Gravoure ;
Mother O'Mine, Song, Louis
' . Gravoure. k ' . . :'
A-357 1 She's ' a - Mean ' Job,
: Fox Trot, Frank1 Westphal
: & Orchestra; If You Knew,
. Fox Trot, Frank 'Westphal
Orchestra. . ". '. ':
A-3573-She's All Mine, Song,
Frank Crumifc; Ha! Ha! Hal,
Song, Frank Crumifc;;.-A-3574
You Can Have Every
Light on B'dway,, Song,
Billy Jones; Time f. After
Time, Song, Edwin Dare.
A-3575 Alabamy - Mammy,
Song,' Hart & Shaw;: Pick
Me Up and Lay Me Down,
Song, Vernon Dalhart.i -'
A-3S76 Out of the Shadows,
Waltz, Princess 'Orchestra;
Rio Nights, Waltz, Princes
A-3577 rVirginia Bluesi Song,
Van & Schcnck; Carolina
Rolling Stone, S6ngcVan &
Schenck. ; "-A-3578
California, Fox Trot,
' Knickerbocker: .. Orchestra;
An r Old Fashioned . Girl,
A-6211 Maiden's Wish, Piano
Solo, Josef Hofmannf But- '
terfly, Piano SoIo? Josef
49689 Canzonetta, - Vi o.lin -.
Solo, Toscha Seidel. , ..
49813 Sweet Evening-Star,
'Cello Solo, Pablo Casals.
499880 Solo Mio, Song,
R. & C. Ponselloi ;
Exchange Record Department
Your old records (any make)
are worth 25 cents toward the
purchiie price of any Record on
our Exchange Table..
It Pays o Shop at Bowen'i
Howard St., bet. IStb and 16th
NO OLD WOMEN NOWADAYS
Modern, dress,, hair dressers, facial
experts - and ' cosmetics all -combine
to keep women, of all ages young and
attractive in appearance. . Not until
the telltale wrinkles become so deep,
the'figure stoops,1 or some ailment or
weakness, develops to drag a woman
down does she really look her age.
tverv wman owes it to hersclt and
her family to keep herself young in
appearance, and happy. When head
aches, backaches, or the blues de
velop or when a woman reaches the
trying age from 45 to 50, Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound may
be depended upon to keep her in
health as it has so many other wom
en whose tetters Wc are continually
Popular Saturday Afternoon
You are cordially invite! to our free concert
Saturday, April 22, at 3i30 p. m., in our Uria
radial kail. That "-hour-of.music" coax
ccrlt art kaM every Saturday aftarnooa at 3i30.
Tba program Saturday Iti Mia Alica Parsons TadVow, soprano
solo, pupil of Frd C Ellitl Mlas Ella Wrifht, aophona aoloi Sam
Worlty, o, M. Wilmark k Sons ropraaentatlva t Marlka Randall,
singing and dancing, pupil of Miis Paulino Cappii Ruth Slama,
piano solo, pupil of Cacil Barrymanj Fanny Fith, violin solo, pupil
of Frank Mack, jr. Vivian Wron, planolog reading, pupil of Amy
Woodruff Irma Clow, harp solo, pupil of Miss Maria Swanaon, anc!
ynckrona salaction, Kammvnol, Rubanslain, and played by Mmo.
Schmoller & Mueller
Juit Eett al
Friday Ends the
"Florence" Oil Cook
Union Outfitting Co.
New Low Price Eaiy
Term 32 Prizes Given
Away Free Friday Night.
With summer days approach
ins every woman who haa no
ticed how her hot, stuffy kitchen
saps her strength and energy will
be interested in the "Florence"
Oil Stove Demonstration Friday
at Union Outfitting Co., exclu
sive Florence agents in Omaha.
A delicious luncheon of
"Swansdown" Cake and Coffee
is being served free and every
visitor has an opportunity to se
cure one of the 32 prizes to be
given away Friday. Easy terms
are being made lor the last day.
Is Natural, She Says
. Thf y tay of a rtrtaln well-known danrr
that ha ha a "vamplra romplrxton." It
I to IwwiuhiDgly brautiful. Vat la in
tlmata frlandt ht haa confided that h
abhor make-upn and that her complexion
I lenlly natural. Her teeret la ordinrar
merenlited wax. She apreadt a thin rnat
of th wax over her face at night, with
out rubbinc it In, and take It off with
warm water upon ariainc Ihle aimpl
application actually abaorha th dead par
tide of scarf akin which dally appear,
and i fair, aoft. freah, alrliah akin I al
way In evidence. Tht complexion ia kept
perpetually young" hjr preventinar th ac
cumulation of th agir; ' and lifeleaa
Aa mercolited wax li obtainable at any
druu atore. and aa an ounr .1 aufficient
to rejuvenat even th worat complexion,
anyone may enjoy the benefit of thia re
markable beauty acret. There' nothing
mora effective for frecklea, liver apota.
moth patchea, pimplea and unwholeaome
TO DKALER5 If
both Worth HaUind
are not fold in your
locality, atk ui about
our unurual dealer
Tlie Thoroughbred dealer or Worth dealer
in your town. tas a complete line of these
well-known, hats, in all the newest shapes
and colors; and at prices which will please
your pocketbook. You are cordially invited
to inspect the new Spring styles in Worth
and Thoroughbred Hats.
aTUNT lUI$. USA. .
On of our fatnoua eta eanriwiehM and
your clinic of a cup of ooffe or a but
t'a of Aliuilto Milk.
Ofltr lor Week of APRIL 17 I 22
Only Two More Days of
Laboring men, clerks, book
keepers, bankers, : business
women a chance for every
body, because you don't have
to pay cash. Just a small
cash deposit as first payment,
and the rest in monthly pay-
meats. ' . .
Pay As You Ride
Stock on Sale tUi
it? n j c n ; n
n llUJllUi V tUUllUUl. IWIULU.IUlil ALUtLU. V
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Get Here Early-Get the Car You've Always Wanted
nrHIS sweeping sale has taken Omaha by storm! Such stupendous; reducti
Many have profited by our big sacrifice of renewed, rebuilt cars, some demonstrators in
cluded. It's YOUR OPPORTUNITY and here's i the very car you've been wanting among
these Coupes, Roadsters, .Sedans and, Touring Cars. , - ; A ;
"A SAFE PLACE TO BUY"
The first payment means you
drive the car away, and en
joy the use of it while paying.
You'll find a car in this gigan
tic stock at your price.
We'll Take Your
Trade it in for a good re
newed car. Trade it in be
fore it runs up repair bills for
you. Get a. high-grade car
that will give , real satisfac
tion. Such a chance will
NEVER come again.
- Drive the car 5 days if you are not en
tirely satisfied with it at the end of that
time, drive it back and we will gladly .'
allow you every dollar you paid on it to
apply on the purchase of any other re
newed car in stock.
Fords : v
Much , time has been spent by our mechanics in putting them in good shape. We must
dispose of this overflow stock of used cars, and the inducement we offer is LOWER
PRICES THAN OMAHA HAS EVER KNOWN HURRY! EVERY MINUTE
J. H. Hansen Cadillac Co.
Farnam at 26th Street
OMAHA, NEB. ,
publishing tn this paper.
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