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ff ) Masons Convene
Pi Nte for 65th Annual
v, Over 100 Rrprcicntaiivei
Nebraska Lodge Expected
to Attend Session in
i 1 he largest grand lodge srisiou in
the history of N'ebraka iton con
vened at Masonic temple, Nineteenth
.14 l)nnslai yesterday wonting for
the . o.mIi annual communication.
Grand . Secretary Francis E. White
estimates llut over 4(W rcprcM-nta-tivcs
from Ntbrska lodge will be
present at the meetings, which con
tinue through fhuraday.
One hundred and seveniy-five ma
ten-elect received the patt master'i
degree at a ipecial session Monday
evening. A regular school of in
.miction alto was held Monday
morning by assistants to the grand
custodian. In the afternoon oeorge
XV. Liningcr lodge No. -'08, Omaha,
exempliiicd the conferring of the
master mason degree on an actual
Yesterday's program consisted of
the opening of the grand lodge by
licputy Gravid Matter Edward M.
Wcllman, a reception of all past
grand masters and the reception of
the present grand matter, Lewis E.
An address of welcome, the ad
dress of Grand Master Smith and
.I'ports of the grand officers con
rviunea ine morning program.
At 12.30 the dinner of the Ne
braska Veteran Freemasons associa
tion was held. The afternoon and
evening were given . to business
Business meetings will occupy' all
day today and Ihursday morn'
ing. Installation of the grand of
ficera will be held Thursday after
noon. .' ..
i Labor Denies Bigelow
Dictates Its Politics
Lincoln. June 6. (Special Tele
gram.) Havelock local federation of
1 . labor post No. 1, in resolutions adopt
ed denies the right of Anson- H.
fligelow, Omaha, and Frank Coffey,
Lincoln, to speak for labor and say
labor is opposed to the Wray-Nor-tou
combination for United States
-'senator and governor respectively.
; The resolutions assert that this is
i the only practicable combination to
win at the polls and condemn alleged
" derogatory statements relative t the
, , character of Arthur G. Wray.
':. Continuing, the resolutions assert
that if the fight on Wray and Nor
ton is continued in the third party
ranks political control of state ma
chinery will be vestea in the hand3
of one of the old parties,
Exjjert at. Bakers' Meeting
' I Showi Cooking Methods
An expert baker, giving demon
strations of the best way to make
the best things to eat, is a special
ture of the annual meeting ot the
braska Bakers association at Hotel
Castle. More than ISO master bakers
from Nebraska, Iowa and neighbor-j
ing states are present. !
Sam T. Getz is eivinsr his short
course in .baking- under auspices of
the American Retail Bakers associa
tion. The short .course and conven
tion follow a three weeks' period of
training, at which 42 embryo bakers
were present. , -
The convention will continue until
Thursday evening, ending with an
outing at Krug park. .
Graham Declares Wife Hid
Illness Before Wedding
Howard B. Graham, president of
the Graham Ice Cream company, in
an answer filed yesterday to his
wife's suit for divorce, alleges that
she was in ill health when ho mar
ried her, but that she concealed this
fact from him. He spent thousands
of dollars trying to cure her, he says.
He asks . that she be allowed not
more than f 100 a month and that he
be given custody sof their son'.'
' Mayor Talks at Convention.
An address by Mayor Dahlman
marked, the ninth annual convention
of the Retail Harness Dealers Asso
ciation of Nebraska at the opening
meeting Tuesday afternoon at Hotel
Rome, t David Larson, commissioner
of the- Omaha Chamber of Com
merce, ! also spoke. A ; banquet, at
which John W. Gamble, vice presi
dent of the First National bank, was
scheduled to talk; was held last night.
Funeral Directors Meet
rhe opening session of the 37th
annual convenh'o of the Nebraska
Funeral Directors association was
called Jo order yesterday morning by
President E. D. Ltindak, of Pierce,
in, the Auditorium. . The! convention
is" combined with an exhibit of motor
hearses, ambulances, caskets and all
ki.nds of funeral' supplies.
Union High to Go on '
Parents in school districts Nos. 1
and 5 'of Sarpy county defeated a
measure to abandon the Union High
school in Bellevue at a meeting Mon
day night. About 250 were present.
By RUBY M. AY RES.
ImU4 frees lel4a,)
f, MM If feet Mevlf
i ft, I, (e stelfciew abas
In Ike ra km aet
(Fornlahed' by tha Omaha. Auto Club.)
Lincoln highway, nit: Roads food to
Cedar Baplas. Call at Cedar Rapids Mo
toring; Association for ; best road from
there to DeWitt.
Lincoln Highway, west: Roads fair to
grood to Chyenne,
O. Ik D. highway; Good through to
Iener. - In leaving Omaha Omaha take
Dodge Street road to lft miles, then south
'ornhusker highway: Good. V
. O Street road: Good.
8. V. A.: Good.
- maha-Topeka highway: Good to state
Omaha-Tulsa highway: Good to the
state line. No report front Kansas.
Meridian highway: Fin through Ne-
George Washington highway: Good te
Black Hills trail: Good to Norfolk.
River to River road: Good to Set
Outer Battlefield highway: ' Good
hroagh Iowa and South Pakota, Xxcel-
it is atretch.n.
King of Trails, north: Road good te
Moh City with exception of a short
V stretch this side of Sioux City,: where
grading ia being done. ,
King of Traits,. south: Roads good te
CMeago-Onaha Shortltne: Roads a lit
, tie rough at Atlantic; being dragged to
day. - Otherwise road fine with exception
of a six-mile stretch east of Newton. Ia.
I. O. A. Shortline: Good.
Bin Grass road: Good.... '
i Weather reported clear and warmer at
rery point, with ladice.tkma for continued
dear and warmer, .
mio. who is tmk Toar.
eluska Utile a I is Mewe e mm4 aalrklr
Iraaeva eitea PI well slreee and
tee) leeae awe. - In " ek-ee
ya tha ralui kseauiare aaui eaMliail '
fee to pay fee M. hoi te Mag billy W4
lie Ma inat eke to mm peg.
gat. Wllk I hie rekatf mm hM
ay and tMee prereede eee t ma
lata a snalae aeeldeat la whir a, fleaer
tewuia wlih a IHIIe aaby be ia bt arm.
. rmm aee by lbs ear. .New wHa
She thought of the aturdy little
boy who had Hood o patiently
efineinn' to the woman't akiru. tuck
ing a thumb, and eyeing the crowd
o solemnly, Un, it couia not, couia
not be hef
She forced her way through the
crowd. fl the center lying in the
wet road.. lialMiipported by the
uronsr arm of a kindly policeman,
lav the white-faced flower teller.
The tray of violett was strewn
all around her. Down her ghastly
face ran a flow dream of blood. Her
lips were parted, her breath came in
The green-painted car had come
to a standstill just behind her. The
chauffeur wat leaning forward from
the wheel. He looked pale and
agitated. A tall man in evening
dress, wearing an eyeglass and a
flower in hit coat, pushed his way
past, and stooped over the fallen
Is she much hurt, constable?"
he asked. His voice was deeply
concerned.-' The fair-haired girl
looked at him mechanically. It was
the man who had trodden on her
hat, and afterwards offered her
rr.ojiey. ... .
The child was crouched on the
ground by the side of the injured
woman cobbing1 with fright.
Mum Mum Mum he sobbed.
He pulled at her torn dregs with tiny
The woman opened her eyes-r-she
made a feeble effort to draw tiim to
her, but failed. The tall man stoop
ing above her leaned nearer perhaps
the saw the kindly concern in his.
eyes she made him a breathless ap-
lake care ot mm on, take care
of " her voice trailed away into
The constable rose to his feet,
pressing back the crowd. The tall
owner of the green car stood looWng
down at the dead woman with dazed
eyes. For moment the chili, ii
Tin girl with the fair hair crept
nearer 10 hi in. Timidly the put her
hand out and touched him. lie look
td around ptteously.
The girl caught him up in her arms
and held him fiercely to lie r.
The long line outside the theater
had begun to move in.a People were
scattering to their butiueta. After
all, there wat nothing particularly in
teresting in a dead flower girl tt
wat her own fault for running iu
front ot the motor,
The girl with the fair hair stood for
a moment looking around her. No
body teemed to have noticed that the
picked up the child. Suddenly the
turned .and ran across the street,
holding the boy in her arm.
He clung to her neck with tin v
hands, his wet cheeks pressed to
ners. . . . Mie ran on. on. on. Mie
teemed to glut strength, from the
contact of hi. little body. She never
stopped until they reached a quiet
street some distance from the theater,
Then she paused and looked around
tier, but there was nobody in stgnt,
She kitted the soft check against her;
own passionately and walked on.
Presently they came again to a
busy thoroughfare.' The girl hailed
a bus and climbed inside, the boy in
her lap. His head nodded drowsily
against her. She took off his ugly
hat, smoothed his brown curls, and
pillowed his cheek comfortably.
When they left the bus she still
carried him. They were in a poor
neighborhood now, with rows of
ugly, uninteresting looking houses on
either side. I he girl stopped at one,
a house with' a flight of stone steps
up to the front door, and a glaring
gas jet in the fanlight, which showed
the figures of a painted number U.
She felt in her pocket for a key,
opened the door and entered softly.
A short, stout woman with one eye
met her in the narrow hall. She
carried an armful of washing.
"I didn't expect you 'ome so
soon," she said tartly, seeing the girl.
"I 'ope you've brought some money."
"No . . . " The girl came
forward. The woma.i caught sight
of the child in her arms. Her one
eye grew wide with amazement. , '
Well. I never. Oose?and where
on hearth did 'c come from?" A
The girl lauehcd. She stooped
and kissed the flushed face of the
Out of the nowhere,' she said
tremulously. "Out of -the nowhere
that's where he came from, Mrs.
. Mrs, Higgt kept lodging house
at No. I J. 111 the quiet, dreary: subur.
nan street, where all the nouses
Tha prices of the roonu varied ac
cording to the degree of comfort and
cleanliness, and the houe was year
ly always tilled witl) float sam and
jetsam ot lite; derelict men and wo
men who bad no homes and no
Mrs. Higgt jiever asked for a ref
erence. Possibly the knew that if
she got them they would be worth
iest. She took a week's rent in ad
vance and shut her one eye to tha
various drawbacks her lodgers in
(twetflaaew iaTb Bee Tomerrew.)
Art You Thinking Too Much for
"It Is the hardest thins? in the
world," said a mother, the other day,
"to know exactly what to say to a
child to have the right effect in after
to your druggist
Stops Pain Instantly
The simplest way to end a corn is
Blue-jay. A touch stops the pain in
stantly. Then the corn loosens and
comes out Male in two forms a.
Colorless, clear liquid (one drop does
it I) and in extra thin plasters. Use
whichever form you prefer, plasters
or the liquid the action is the same.
Safe, gentle. Made in a world-famed
laboratory, bold by all druggists.
fVswf RVi( Bautr A Black. Chieaeo, Depf, i
far voitiaMe too. " Correct Care oftkt FfW
lite. "All my life I have suffered
because those who might have ex
plained things did not do it.' As
toon at my daughter wat old enough
to undmtand words, I told her to
come to me always and ask about
things she could not understand.
And now she won't think things out
for herself calmly leaves it all to
That it rather hard on a mother
who wants t be fair to her child.
So frequently was the idea borne
In on the child's consciousness that
"mother would explain," that now
the child makes no effort whatever
lo think or do things for herself.
It might have been better if the
thought impressed on the child bad
been, "Make every effort you can,
first, and then atk the Lord to help
you. If you are in earnest, maybe
He will let me help you in answer
to your prayers."
Children should be taught to use
their own gray matter.
Not all children have it to eaty as
the cue mentioned.
It is perfectly logical to a child to
take all it can easily, but if it wants
a thing hard' enough, it will work
for it, and that is the spirit to culti
vate. (Copyright, in: )
Read the Bee Want Ads next.
Oraabi Capitalist Must Pay
$18,000 far Oil Firm Stock
Paul llorbach, Omaha capitalist,
mutt pay $18,000 more on a ulock
of stock he purchased in the Okla
n.ade Oat and Ctaremort Oil com
panies, according to a verdict di
rected by Federal Judge Woadrough
Horbach, with several others,
bought the stock in the halcyon oil
days immediately after the war, exe
cuting contract. He refuted to
make the latt payment of $l5,7eO,
charging fraud in the sale of the
stock. The remainder represents in
terest on the amount due. Attorneys
for Iforbarh filed notie of an ap
peal to higher courts. UorbaeH
bought the stock front r-d J, Coyle,
EUasser and Rylaudrr
File for State Legislature
A. W. EUaaier. South Ninth
street, filed yesterday afternoon for
the democratic nom.uMion tor state
representative from the Thirteenth
C M. Ry Under. 11 10 North Thir.
ty-sixth street. 'riled for th repub
lican nomination for state senator
(torn the Sixth district.
II. if. Claiborne, 5J0 South Twen
ty-hfth avenue, filed for tha repub.
bean nomination for county attorney.
Had Your Iron Today?
' ; r - ' s
. Let's Have;
f . ..... -
Raisin Br ead Tonight
HOW long since you've' had delicious
raisin bread since jou've tasted that
incomparable flavor? V v
Serve a loaf tonight No need to bake it.
Just, telephone your grocer or ' a bakery.
Say you want "full-fruited bread gener
ously filled with luscious, seeded, Sun-Maid
The flavor of these raisins permeates the
loaf. A cake-like daintiness makes every slice
Serve it plain at dinner or as a tasty, fruited
Make delicious bread pudding with! left
over slices. Use it all. You need not waste
a crumb. x
Raisin bread is luscious, energizing, iron
food. So it's both good and good for you
Serve it at least twice a week. Start this
good habit in your home today.
But don't take any but a real, full-fruited
genuine raisin bread. ,
- .Your dealer will supply if if you insist
Make delicious bread, piesy puddings, cakes,
etc. Ask your grocer for them. Send for free
book of tested recipes. ..
Sun-Maid Raisin Growers
DEPT. N-376-2, FRESNO, CALIF. .
Every Wednesday Is Housefurnishing Day at
"Everybody's Store." We list here a few of the Many
Household Needs That Are Attractively Priced.
Lucara Bath Tablets, earna-
tion, geranium, elder flower;
3 Sot 28c. .
Lamoa Craarn Soap, doz., 69c.
Palm Olive Soap, 3 for 25c.
Rota, Buttermilk and Glycerine
Toilet Soap, dozen, '50c.
Auditorium Bath Soap, 3 for
Bocabelle Castile, 3 for 25c.
Haskins Hard Water Castile
Soap, Sbars for 25c.
Buriesi-Naah Msla Fleer
Vestees : Collars
Pretty and fresh looking
when made of fine laces or of
sheer organdie that is of Quak- .
cr plainness or vivid with a
dash of color. Very tgood
Priced, 75c .
Collars, 'cuffs, vestees, and
dainty corsage bouquets made
of ' satin ribbons will be dis
posed of at clearance price.
Many qualities and sizes in
cluded. Each, 10c
A very good quality of
French motif veiling with col-'
ored dots in all shades; priced,
Burtesa-Naah Mala Fleer "
o o o
New Forsythe Blouses
Summer weather demands
many just such blouses
as theseblouses that can
be tubbed and come
.through fresh and lovely.
Made as y o u J i ke
them, with "V" neckline
or Pinafore collar.
. For trimming there is
narrow pleating of self
material or in color. Un
trimmed models are made
with mannish bosom front.
Sizes 32 to 46.
Burfflia-Nasli BIoum ShopThird Floor
Oceea Pearl But teas, also
Orioatal Pearl, all sites, per,
card, 5c to ISc.
0. N. T. Crochet Cettea, bale,
Hair Net, double mesh, cap and
fringe, 3 for 25c .
Salco Sanitary Napklas, dozen,
Dr. Parker aad Hickory WaUts,.
ages 2 to 14 years, each, 39c.
Hair Rolls, each, Sc.
Rick Rack Braid, bolt, 10c.
Btirfees-Neeh Mala Fleer
Triangle ' shape, with wide
spread. Cleans and polishes
with same stroke.
"X Floor Wax ".;
Johnson's one -pound can .
Made of selected
corn, sewed four
. times. Smooth
' Each, 45c
Bdrfess-Naak Fourth Floor
: Mm -
Chinaware t Low Prices
Iced Tea Sets .
Set of six colonial ice teas, six coasters and six sippers.
i . Set complete, $1.50
Covered pitcher, 6 fancy 12 oz. glasses, vintage etching.
Set complete, $2.95
Our Bridal Sets
Our short sets from open
stock patterns have proven eo
popular that we continue to
offer this cozy arrangement
Two dinner plates, 2 fruit
plates, 2" bread , a n d butter
plates, 2 tea cups and saucers,
1 gravy boat, 1 platter, 1
Tinted Breakfast Sets -'
Attractive new breakfast sets are decorated in colors to
match the breakfast room: Shades of green, yellow, blue,
35 Pieces, $16.50 ;
Burges-Nash China Shop Fourth Floor
Fine quality of this "much
depended on" curtain material
in white and ivory, 36-inch
width, 2-inch tape edge on sides.
Blocked Voile :
, Various sizes of dainty white
voile in the popular blocked
pattern. An unusual value.
Oil opaque shade on Harts
horn rollers are priced at $1-05.
Dark green shades, a splen
did quality, 36x6 size, $1.05.
Small charge for cutting down.
Beautiful patterns, trimmed
with 6-inch motifs and 4-inch '
brillion fringe at bottom.
Each, $3.95 -
urteee-Nash Fourth Floor
Of best qual
Is -inch size i
; -4-inch size 16c ft
Couplings free on 50-ft lengths
Extra heavy 12
quart pail, with
Aluminum Preserving Kettles
Limited Six-quart size & 1 OQ
Ti'mo (Cover 30c extra) P X eeSeJJ
X X, , - Eight-quart size
Utter (Cover 35c extra)
We especially feature
a 100-pound side icer,
made' with oak finish
case in three door
style. White enamel
Burgess-Nash 4th Floor
Buy One Today
All Our "Wear-Ever" at 20 Off
Burfess-Nash Fourth Floor "
You may select one
of these popular elec
tric washers at most
moderate pricing. Easy
payment terms, too,
may be arranged fo
$79.50 to $128.50
Burfess-Nash 4th Floor '
New Summer Footwear
Smoked Elk Sport Oxford
Smoked elk oxford with brown calf saddle.
Soft toe and red rubber sole and heels.
Elk and Patent Oxford
White or pearl elk with tip anft lace stays of black
patent. ,, Flapper heel, heavy leather ' sole.
White Nile Cloth Oxford '
For street or business wear. Narrow or wide
toe last Flat indh heel or Cuban heel
$6.00 to $8.00
Burteea-Naeh Shea Shoe Main Floor '-
150 Dress Lengths
i npuh pretty 8Umm material for a dress at
51.85. One -may have many pretty, cool-looking
dresses at such alittle cost. A choice of thesf
serviceable materials -
Imported Scotch gingham :
Two-ply dress voiles
Very fine embroidered broche
in newest designs and colors a rare bargain.
No C O. D.'s No Refunds No Mail Orders
Buraaa-Naeh Reel Arrow Booth Downstairs Store