'JJJK BEh: 0A1AJJA, Tt KSDAV, JAN I AH V 2 s, 1)KI.
SILK HAT HARRY'S DIVORCE SUIT-H Honor Takes a Night Off
I WIC6 QtMST NENrtfUOR-KOOU
THE VplFE UJIU- WEViSfi-
fcCr-J THtcr I TOO It IT" IV -
I MJ CTLA- rtHTi.e i GrO
PLAN ANTE-SEASON LEAGUE
Six Western League Teams to Train
In and About Oklahoma.
IN RADIUS OF HUNDRED MILES
Konr Tram lime Miwle Arrimite
mrala for Trips Inl Oktnliomn,
AVhlln lie Molnra In Trj-ln-
ti ,ocnt nl llnlil.
Oklahoma fans wilt liave nn opportunity
rif seeing some class A bnao (ball during
the early days of the sprint. Kour of the
"Western league team have already made
preparations to Invade Oklahoma, where
they will have camp In bii'oIi chc prox
imity that It will tie ixwilhlo to play
a nhorf' prp-donson schedtilc.
Pa Tlourke'H band of iM-nuunt Wiancru
will locato nt Oklahomn Oltyi "DucKy"
Holmes and hln. trlbo of Blotix City In
diana yrlll work out nt Tulsa: Ilmtlile
Jonra wtl take thVlJncoln Antelorwa to
Sapulpo, and tho- Ht" ' Jowiph team. In
cliaro 6r Jack HoJlnnd, will CAnip at
Muskotree. Wlfhlta will raln at detdn
Hprlnirs, Kan.,' noj far from tho other
"Western league tram. Frank 'Isbell will
jirobably Uko the Dea Moines Boosters
to Enid, Okla, Toptka la tho only otub In
the league which will not have a training
trip, but the pltchcra and catchers, o.
tbla club will workout ut Blircveport
With alx of the elaht i-luha within n
radlua of 100 mllea.thenv will be wonderful
opportunities of (wod ante-nason irmneo
Jack Hendrlx "will take hla Orlwllra t
Hot Sprlnira. Arh. tor "tho' second tlmo.
Pa Ilourke and "Ducky" Holmes are In
rommuntcatlon .with -tho Yurloim other
Western league -clubs relative to antr
aeaton Karnes, rtourkcj Is hoplns that he
can play at leat three cam'ca with each
ot the flyo olher teama which will train
In and about Oklahoma. The other man
ascra aeem to favocthla plan and It In
barely possible that a achPdule may be
drawn up between tho six clubs for
aprlnit Ramea. t
No exhibition uamea wlll'ibo played be
tween these teama. however, until after
March 35. Kj-erj' teum will bo anuBly
titled by March 30 and a few daya will
be necessary before the teama will bo In
ahape to compete mraltiit each other. ,
It will bethe.llrat time that seven ot
the Western. IfWtmj teams wlll-havo Bono
on sprlnjf training trips and Indication?
are that tho season this year will be the
fastest in tho history of the league. Pa
Jtourke taya he Is flgurtnsr on havlus tfje
atronsest jeain, this year he haa had In
av decade aifd hqneatty bellovea that his
Voya will ebme home with the-pnnnant.
Many ot rJc teuOia. ,li)clul)n(f tho
Itourkes. will, fiavc practically the .same
lineup In'l9)r that they Imd, In 1918,.
Omaha will Have but one 'ot- two .new
fscea and le renular positions will ,be
faeuinoBig, Bronchitis, Phthi
sis, Asthma and Anemia
Often Directly the
Result of Rheu-
It you have a persistant, nagging bron
chla.1 cough beware of cough rerb'eOles.
Vbey are-jnerely local In action, and It
they do reilave It la the narcotics that
do It. What you requlro la a blood puri
fier, a searching antidote that removes
jfrorn the circulation the acid poisons that
tor thatr rflxaa attack all weakness,
ttusceptlble apola and thua create local
pjmptoma. Tho very beat remedy known
U Swlffa Sure Bpecldc. You will find
tt on sale. In any drug atore at 11.00 par
bottle. It goes straight Into tha blood,
.becomes an Internal blood bath, wonder
fully increase the red corpuscles, ourea
tJt tho local fever spots and Irritations.
Sncreaaaa appetite, you Uke on flesh and
reel a wonderful aenao of renewed
strength. Hundred of people
L . . . . , , . t.
peyona cooirui .i ,un.
neat. oro ... -'
gion or tpicn mucous oim:iiv
H L . . A 1 .rtM 1 1.111 V
13. a B. All doubt and apprehension la ! WwK "f r lren and the shoot
Bone, thao peculiar pA'na and achea van- ; I' R t rifles. MO.000 was ralswl for 'he
Ish. there followa a period of moat In- I Methodist Deaconess hospital. The raU-
ItonM rtatclnt-tp'flnd' inat-oret feorallng vf the jio.cro mesna that the
were Maed ehtlreiytipon & mtataKen - no -
lion that cough and cheat plna come
.-.-Till - . Vj-t" -.1 . ..
troro the lunga. These arej.rneumaue
condition., and you will quickly realize
It after ualnr 8. a 8. for a few daya.
Get a bottle of 8. 8. S. to-day ft the drug
ntora and then aay good-by to. aU thoso
pains ibal hare worried you(.
Write to Tbe Swift Spoclrts Co.. 1S7
Br(t Diar., Atlanta. Ga., fir medical
ad rice and wonderful facta concerning
ie gratct II004 remedy evi&r known.
GOKiS I'LL. JUiT TlTVR.
filled by men who plucd tin- same post
tlfiiH last year. With llio nilnc linkup
mid advantages if u first-class triiliilnir
trip, there Ik no reason why tin 1313
pennant nice should not be tho hottest
I tdtitestod ciio In several year.
Iowa and Minnesota
to Have Dual Meet
IOV A CITY. IK.. Jnn. '.8peelal.l -Tentative
sahedullnR of u duul track meet
with .Minnesota to take plan- at lowit
City .Mny 17 nr U, ami a definite contact
with Amen for the big lowa-Ame foot
ball Kama on .November IS next fall Were
two events of ConslderHblo athlrUc In
terest at the. University of Iowa today
Manager N. A.' KoIIork has hla foot bail
schedule well under way hs reirarilRMhi
aniM with the Iowa rolleea, but laxity
on the part of the pig conference man
npers Is delaying It as far as other con
ference Ramea ore concerned. Dcspltj
this fact, however, Iowa's aehedule for
next fall will look something like this:
October State Teachers' college at
October II Cornell at Iowa City.
November 16 Ames at Iowa City.
November 23 Indiana at Iowa .City
Tbe towa-Mlnnnsota Dual meet has
been announced with much pleasure to
Iowa students, as no other dual meet Is
to bo held on Iowa field this year.
British Polo Team's
Advance Man Comes
NKW YOP.K. Jan. 27.-Captaln K. P.
Miller of the IlrltlsH army arrived here
today on the steamer .Campania tp miiko
preparations for the coming; of tVe Brit
ish polo team, which will meet the Amer
icans lit a aerlen for the James Gordon
Dennett International qup n June.
Captain Miller represents the duke of
Westminster, who purchased, several
ponies for tho team itnd' who. Is' financing
"It would not be fair to crltlclaV 'ottri
team," ul&ljaptaln Miller, "but lM
say It la ns'irood 'If not Ixittcr tharff,(1e
ono wo had two year ago. Wo rculjie
we ,ahnl.l have r IwjJ struggln with, tb
Americana. Kxperfcnca haa' tatight us
that, hut If our horses nnd men are In
good form, I think vc ought to be abla
to lift tho cup."
Charges Are True
NKW "YORK, Jan. 'I7.-Jamea Thorpe,
the Indian athlete. and Olympic cham
pion, today: admitted that chargea of
professionalism brought against him
wero true and formally retired from am
ateur athletics, Thorpe's confession was
contained In a letter 'to tho registration
comtfnttee of the' Amateur Athletic
union, which met today to Investigate
BUSINESS MEM PLAYING
Preliminary inatciics In the Commercial
club billiard and pocket billiard tonrna
ment will close Baturday night and ,tho
finals will be atarted Monday,. February
la. 'i liero4 lire wuriy entrains, jn .inn mi
! Hard events und fifty In the pocket btl
i Kurds. Their matches ore almost aou
I eluded nnd notlqo baa been Issues thnt tlio
jdellnnUenta must get together and finish
up this week.
EMPTY GASOLINE TANK
EXPLODES- WRECKS SHOP
ANDOVKIt, S. !"., Jnn :7.-(Speclal )-
John Kempet. a local blarksmlth. had
narrow escape -from Instant death when
h Kavollne tank ho was repairing ex
ploded, lifting tho roof from his shop ,
and shaking every building In the tow i
iCharle Slsemlhl. an A'ndover threshing
machine owner, took his gasoline tank t
Kempel'a for repair, and Kompel. nfte. ,
leaving 11 out of doors to air over nlgnt. ;
thought it. vufe to repair it. liven tli'n )
lie deenml It unwle In apply a torch to
the place needing soldering; and therefore I
took a brace and bit to remove a rlwt j
around whieh the leak bad apruns i
Hearing a bUalng sound Inside the tank j
Kompel sprang to the door and got out '
side but a fraction of a second before tnc I
explosion occurred. The building was A I
stroyed by tho blaie that followed the
explosion. Kompel came from Madison.
Nab., some time ago and his father stl'l
RAPID CITY METHODISTS
BUY ROBINSON HOSPITAL
ItAPID CITY S. I .Inn
, with a whirlwind flnbh In a ten
t-losed Friday evenms
the ringing of church bells, the
'm . .
1 ine uuuainc owneu ty Dr.. lioNnnOn 'to
the womsn'a Home Mlitlouary sociaty
i will be affected May 1 ii a price of
K.(P. The society contemplates spend
ing an additional T71.000 on a new build
ing and equipment, making the Institu
tion: the finest hospital ef Its size In the
noithwcit- Lodges in Deadwoed and
Lead, together with the Blks and many
" -'"r "
Individuals in the Mills subsorlbed for up by Harvard us a failure after a thur
beds or ropm urnlahlnta In the building lough trial at that university.
TUG MUtlCftH RTHlGrE W1S
L U&TiL y SHOUTING MOW Hf
COULD UCKHlSt WGI6HT M
WILDCATS. HOSE' MIME
NUD&BD W'S WAV UP TO THE
3PEfR ND BCUOWffP'
'flW.TCLLlT TO 9GJ5HEy
THf M.A, GOT R COP HMD
wn, n bo ut to nnve mike
tEHT TO THE COOie9
WHENTHB COP n&hfED,' If
VOvMW G-lRi, IN THE
QIVE& rHD SHE HOLLERED
OUT WOULD VOU rtflW ffP Otrrl
AND HCft FATHER. CHDCK6P)K
SIBERIAN WOLVES WIN RACE
Solomon Derby Dcoided Under Ideal
Conditions Thirty Below Zero.
MISSOURI BIRD HOUNDS SECOND
Kour IIok 'I'eams Which Comprle In
8lxty-KUe-Mlle Contest finish
if ' Not l'nr Apart Time
NOMK. Alaakn. Jan. 57. The Solomon
derby for dog teams from Nome to Solo
mon and return, alxty-flvd mllca over me
anow trail, waa won ycat,crday by John
Johnson, driving a team of Slbcrlnn
wolvea, In alx houra and one and one-halt
minutes. Olfvcr Ulanchford. driving a
team of Missouri bird tioumrs, waa secf
ond; Alcxandor Holmaon, driving a mixed
team of Mnlamutea nnd Mackenalo river
huaklea, finished thlrdi and Scotty
Allan's 'team waa fourth.
Only tho four teams atarted and the
gapa between them at the- finish was not
wide. All tho doge were In good condi
tion at the end. Tho temperature was 30
degrees below aero and us there was no
wind, condltlotia were Ideal for dog and
Johnson led at the turn, whlph he
reached In two hours and fifty-five min
utes. The winning dogs were formerly pwncd
YOUNG HARRIMAN GOES ABROAD
TO STUDY ROWING.
Avrlil Harrlman, head rowing coach
at Yale and son of tho Iste railroad king,
whose Invualon Of Kngland Is the most
dlsiHtwed subject In rowing rlruleu today.
He bus gone abroad to study at clove
tunge the difference between the Ameri
can und tho British stioktt. It belnK his
Intention to teach the Hughs)! utroke at
Yalo. Tho young rapltaltat'a plan la In
teresting when It la recalled that -he him
self waa a failure a an oarsman at Yae
and that tho liugllsh stroke was gh'on
y w & ,
.m . i r a. r arv as ! r kj..usiaia i
' JafiT lW tllsV
Copyright, Win, National Ntwa Aaan
I'LL 4AUE rO
MOSHPs MITWOCH WnS ShOWlHf
HI& Ff?iEr.DF&OM TUCK ft HOB
the sights mono QRonownr,
ths ftrne -buiudicj that
Joe bo&h iHveNToj? op &&ush
e& put up TH&T one over
THE OB OOILT &Y
HORACE IGK LE fEET POINT-
iho to ft hotgl on tHC Herr
OL OChC MOSHfl'5 ftfSte HO
sowwiff o. vmv7 Built
THftT ' THft T!b TH-e ONE
THftT VftMDCBBiLT, you BOOB"
TUB- SLATE H
by lyird Pox Tlnmsay. They hold the
record for the All-Alaska sweepstakes
Brother of E.P.Smith
Dies in California
LOR ANOKLS, Cat.. Jan. Sylvester
Clark Smith of ItakcrsflchV member ot
congress for tho Klghth California dis
trict, died here today after a long
Representative Smith was born near
Mount l'leasuift, la., August 26. 1868, and
camo to California nearly thirty-three
llo was elected to the Klfty-nlnth con
gress nnd served continuously since.
Congressman Smith was a brother of
Hd P. Smith of Omaha. There wcro sev
eral brothers In tho family, which came
from Iowa, and Kd P. Smith, a democrat,
was the only one not to Join the repub
lican party. About this the bothers
used to have a good deal ot tun among
Congressman Smith has been In Omaha
several times, stopping off to and from
Washington to visit hla brother. He was
editor and owner of ,tho Bakersflcld Kcho.
a morning dally newspaper-ot that thriv
ing Industrial center, lty profession, Mr.
Hmltli was a lawyer, and some years ago
ho was engnged by a big land and water
company In Kern county. California, and
In tho eourso pf cventa the company se
cured control of the Ueho, which Smith
finally took a hand In tho editing.
This led eventually to his buying the
controlling Interest 'in the paper. He
' served several terma as atato senator
j from his county. Hla district In congresa
, wi tho largest, territorially, except ona.
In the United States. He hail to go out
Into Nevada to rsacb the eastern part of
lit. Inyp oUpryf where the celebrated
, Death valley lies.' The points ot greatest
altitude, Mount Whitney, and pt greatest
t depression, Dentli valley, weru' both
i his (titMnct.
Daughters of Israel
Are Now Organized
j A'tUles of incorporation of the
) Daughters of Israel Aid society luvo
been dntwil up and signed and nrv being
filed with' the secretary of stutc Th
object of the new organization la i.i
' establish nnd maintain a public bath
jlioutc for Jewish 'wonien and h home lr
th aged and Infirm Jdwa in Ouiuua. A in
Jewish woman ,6f good moral character
Is eligible to menibrh!p.'
The tneellngH will be monthly nnd the
isfflnup. frtf tlin n.ialilnu. VJ I- nr.. Mt'4
A Silverman. prfslUcnt; Sir. H. VrleiM,
lcv president; Mr Joe. "Steinberg, see-)
retary. Mrs. S. Ravlti. ehalrman of '
trustees, and Mis. M. Tntle, treasurer.
The charter membership Is 17. Head
quarters have; not yet been decided upon.
Itluli McUool !(.
The oiee. otuli is arranging to no.a
tnnierm a. Hie iluue en of Linaha. wlmrn
I, I po.slhlt. tr. get date", in ntmut
n. mont.t the Ule ulub will give im
) rim lilc recital, which will be under
t tie ureetien " .Um tlauon, iuommh
I luader of the Dire club,
Tim 1-nii.i play, ' Tho Unman Wedding,"
which met with so much approval nt the
high robool. will be eseuled again by
Mlta Susan l'nxson. writer of the play.
Th Register naff has arranged to
put nut cn unnwal for the mtd-term grad
uating eln, which In eompoand of
The Athenian Dabailug (ioonty of the
high kohool tins rhallriiEed the Demos
tlivnlnn Debating neleiy to a debate for
the BChfHil chamiilonxhlp. The Webster
Debating society wan ellinlnatrd from
tha liiCB by the Demosthentan Delwttng
society, who defeated the Webster a short
time ago, by a ! to 1 score.
OM IS THAT JO
jc s i'm now-'
lb OSEtf fly THE PMMTEtS
WNDV BOOSTER THE BOV
OrtftTOR Of Sft6 HflRfioP
HftD COLLECTED ft LAB&E
CPOVVD m POOHT OP THE ro.
Sip woOoTer was in hiB
OLOJ3V. He HOJUST &TftVTED
IN ON HIS SPEECH WHEN
heinc k&&oo&lR. tc town
f3O0B,-PAN OPTO THE
fNJ? HftfKDED OOP? MfiJo ft
CftRD On WHiCM wfl S
wmrrEH aver because
VEflR &I2C 'O SHOES DOES,
TMrtT MEftH ' HftvE C3y
LftPCE UNDeiSSTftHJZlHS- ?'
Hooper Takes Shot at
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Jan. 27.-Ben'w.
Hooper, the second republican who haa
held tho governor's office In Tennessee
alnco tho construction days, was Inaugur
ated for his second tenn today.
In his address tho governor said In part:
"Every progressive movement ever un
dertaken In behalf of tho masses has
suffered from tho interference of self
Hecklpg demagogues, when Its strength
Wcame great or Its success apparent.
Such Ims been tho coso with tho present
progressive .movement n this country. It
has generated radicalism,
"Men who were not heard from when
Robert M. IaKol1etto was making "Wis
consin tho model of American statehood,
seized' upon his Ideas ot restoring the
governmont to the people and went forth
In their advocacy while th trusts footed
the bills of tho campaign."
Xomlnntlon 1 Sent to Senate.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 27. President
j Taf t today nominated Preston A Wor-
at Burns. Ore., and withdrew tho nomina
tion of U A. Leverson to be postmaster
Ht Fergus Falls. Minn. Tlepresmitatlve
MeenorFon.'or Minnesota, objected to tnc
nomination of Ieverson.
Spring will soon be here with Its sloppy
weather. Prepuro yohrself from taking
cold by buying your wearing apparel of
the Omaha Rubber company, 1C08 Har
HE PLANS TO GIVE NEW YORK
OWNl.it FRANK I-WRRKLL
,.f ue N-cw York. -s t,,c An,prt.al, eaKue
j ,,, uf tllt t . ,OWI, , nolv ctVe(h
Nmv YOHK. Jan. K.-Urank Karrell s
' team Is not going to be last In tho Amert-
ii an league raue lit 1814. He will fight tor
, lllp ,K,nn-t with o vastly different team
. .. ,, ,,
I "" - ;
indeed, he Imfc already begun his 191
pennant fight, and begun It in earnest.
ii. has signed Arthur Irwin, thw veteran
icout, na business manager, following tho
signing of Frank Chance, the highest
priced manager In base lull. He haa ar
ranged with the Giants to play his team
this, year on the Polo grounds; he has
put in the strongest kind of a bid for
Larry LaJoto, through whom he hopes to
settle his infield probleivw. Ahare arc
some great, ball player among Parroll'a
men and there are some gieat plans In
Farrell a noddle that have not yet been
disclosed. Many base ball experts are
saying that the New Yorks will be the
acuautlon of the 1313 season.
Drawn for The Bee by Tad
THIS 15 00
OM-HovU oo tiuoe
Tamw roui CstT
DYERS AND CLEANERS HERE
State Association to Hold Conven
tion in Omaha Tuesday.
FAVOR PURE FABRIC MEASURE
.Mrrllnu tii Clone Tuesday Nlttht
lvltli n ltnniuet nt the Home
Nntlomil Officers Are
Here for Meetlnir,
In furtherance of the proposed "pure
fabric" bill which Is to be presented for
passage by congress the Nebraska Dyers
and Cleaners' association Is meeting In
Omaha with the directors of the National
Cleaners and Dyers' association ot the
United States and Canada.
The tegular meeting of the state dycf3
will not be held until this morning
nt the Home hotel, bttf fully fifty mem
bers of the state association have ar
rived already and many more arc ex
pected. Tho meeting of the state dyers will last
but ono day. Last flight the directors of
the national organization and tho state
dyers were the guesta of the Commer
cial club at a theater party at the Or
pheurrt. Both bodies had lunch at the
Commercial club. Tonight a big banquet
will bo given by the state association
at the Rome hotel.
The national directors are In Omaha
looking over the city preparatory to the
coming of the national assqclatlon's con
vention In this city next summer. Thsy
met this morning1 with the state dyers
and discussed the proposed "pure fabric"'
Tills law will be tho chief Issue before
the meeting of the state dyers and clean
ers. The proposed bill Is similar to the
pure food law passed In 1006, but deals
with fabrics only. Tho proposed bill
makes it compulsory for manufacturers
to label " their goods, telling exactly Jusi
what kind of cloth Is used In certain man
ufactured dresses, suits.' cloaks or other
articles. It also applies to ahoea and
boots. ' ''
OMAHA GIRL TO WORK FOR
EQUAL SUFFRAGE IN OHIO
Miss Doris Stcvsns, Omaha girl, who
haa been teaching school In Montana. Is
In Omaha en route to Dayton, O., wherd
she will Immediately begin work with the
state suffragist committee, organizing
the state Into districts prior to a .stren
uous suffrage campaign two years hence.
Miss Slovens was prominent In the cam
paign for woman suffrage In Ohio Inst
year. She made several speeches. She
Is nothing daunted by the overwhelming
defeat of the constitutional amendment
granting-the women of Ohio the right of
suffrage, but believes tho vote Indicated
tho amendment will carry two years from
COUNTY ASKS BIPS FOR
. GRADING COURT HOUSE LOT
'Bids for grading ot the ground formerly
occupied by tho old court house will be
called for by the county commissioners
Tuesday. The board wants the work
Speedily done and hopea to have It fin
ished by April 1 so that parking can be
The board will make time the essence
of the grading contract and In consider
ing bids will give preference to the bid
which offers to do the work the most
quickly unlets the arlce is too exces
The board will help V. Ol Johnson
court houso wrecking contractor, with
his work If necessary, to assure Its early
A lAff Problem Solved,
by that great health tonic. Electric Bit
ters, la the enrichment of poor, thin
blood, and strengthening the weak. GOc,
For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertise
Rev, Hubert C. Herlng after finishing
his pastorate with the First Congrega
tional church, became director of Con.
gregatlonal mission work with headquar
ters In New York.
II. Hardy, who ran the 93-cent atore for
many yours, is in business in Dea Moines.
George B. Haynes, formerly city pas
senger ucent for the Milwaukee, Is In
dustrial agent for the same road, offlclng
now at Chicago.
Oscar R. Gnrlessen, whose deep voice
had Omaha musical circles hypnotized not
many years ago, Is singing and teaching
In Washington, p. C
William R- Kopald, who atarted as an
advertising solicitor In Omaha, Is con
tinuing his work In connection with an
advertising agency In Chicago.
Bv. Larlmore Denlse. an Omaha ooy
who went Into the ministry, la pastor of
a. Preabyterlan church In Clay Center,
Jean C. DeKolty, remembered aa a
French teacher popular In our society set.
la manager for the Phoenix Life Intur-
i anew company at San Francisco.
Ztama for tbla iaadlnr are invltaiL
OK MM IMPS0U-
S-&-5- I'M. LA,TC
I rfAOTD Qt (JOWJM
Caruso and Euffo
Heard in Several
The Great Tenor and Famous Bari
tone with Other Well Known
Artists Make Up Notable
Caruso, the greatest of all tenors, win
receives $2,C00 for every grand opera per
formance In which he sings; Tltta Ruffo, .
the farrious Italian baritone, who recently
made his American debut, and who draw
$2,000 for a single performance: Paderew
skl. tho greatest of all pianists: Job,
McCorinlck; Maud Powell all these art
names to conjure with In the world ot
music, nnd the appearance of any ol
these artists is an event of Importance
In musical circles. It mny bo Imagined
then what Interest centers around the
Joint performance of all these artists with
numerous others In the list of ne.w Victoj
records for March, which have Just beer
Caruso la heard In two songs that mosl
famous of French sacred songs. "Ho
sanna", nnd the popular "Because". Hi!
renditions are thrilling ones. the. cli
maxes being given with the full power
of his great voice, and the quieter pas
sages are sung with admirable restraint
Tltta Ruffo's contributions nro three In
number a fine aria from the Masked
Ball, another from Leoncavallo's opera
of Zaza, and tho famous Don Giovanni
"Serenade" which Is given by the bari
tone with all the grace and case for
which ho Is celebrated. John McComiack
gives us two new ballads which he sings
beautifully, nnd Clardnce Whltehlll singi"
tho favorite Molloy song, "Love's Old
Sweet Song", with tender expression anil
PENDING JOHNSON BILL
The' local Seventh Day A,dventist
church, of which John B. CljiHstenscn !
elder,- Is distinctly against- the. proposed
Sunday legislation npw before the XInited
States senate. "The reason," says Mr.
Chriatqnsen, "why bur church la so op
posed to the Johnson bill is because it
believes that it Is a step In the direction
of a union between church and Btate.
And untlmatc to Its passage would come
persecutions of dissenters. Not only are
we as a religious body against tlifa move
ment, but so nlso are thousands of othcr.
who love religious liberty."
BUTLER COUNTY MAKES USE
OF AUTO LICENSE MONEY
Butler county has established a system
of using part of the money from automo
bile licenses for Improving county. roads.
The movement Is the result of the work
of the Butler County Good Roads and
Auto association, which held Its annual
meeting last week at David City. It was
then shown on the records of the organi
zation that In the last year 580 In
Ucense money hnd been spent upon the
highways and that 955 miles had been
dragged during the year,
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
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A little ashamed of that
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suitable tor spring wear.
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MACEE & DEEHER
413 So. 16tb.
Clothes Hats Furnihiif
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