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J I K BKK: OMAHA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1913.
ASK PARK IMPROYIMENTS
Federation of Imnrovemcmt Clubs
Points Out Need of Mori Parks.
OMAHA IS NOW OUTCLASSED
Thry Sy In Cnmimrlmin irlih Other
Cities It l Atny In Arrears In
Point of Jmiirovriurnl
nnil npnntlf Icnllon.
The Northwest Federation of Improve
ment rlulMi. consisting of the Clifton Hill
Walnut Hill. Uncoln Heights ami Fon
tnnrllo clulm, at a meeting nt Illclmrd
HumifHV, Forty-flfUi street nnd Bedford
nvtnuo Tuosday night, went on record as
vmnimougly approving the bill pending
before the legislature granting" Otnalia
people the right to vote $1,000,000 In bonds
fir parks, boulevards and public play
grounds. Hsrry Haekett moved tho adoption of
the resolution. In support of which he
presented tho figures showing the money
spent by the following cities for park
purposes- St. Paul, JS45.O0O to date; Min
neapolis. M.OSi.OOO; Kansas City, llt.lofi.
33.37, Denver, M.5T0.KI1; Seattle, bonds In
the sum of JI.CW.OOO, recently voted; De
"Omaha Is Completely outclasses," said
Mr Haekett. "Wo have spent to date a
total of $560,000 on our parks, boulovards
nnd play grounds. We appropriate to'
maintain our parks $53,000 a year. Den
ver appropriates for the samo purpose
j:a:3 a. year."
Another resolution whs passed ap
proving tho bill to Increase tho salaries of
county officials. The club thought some
of the county officials' salaries ought to
be Increased, although they boliovo others
recelvo, sufficient pay. This resolution
Whereas, Certain organizations linve ev
pressed themselves as bolng favorable to
suing some of our county officers an
Increase In salary, a few others have ex
pressed themselves against, without In
vestigating tho merits, It Is hereby
Resolved. That It Is tho sense of this
Jneetlng that somo of the Increases of
salary should b granted, that some of
the Increases asked for should not be
Riven any consideration and that our
representative! at Lincoln am nblo to
pails on the merits of claimants."
Among tho officials whoso salaries tha
federation believed ought to bo increased
nrc Treasurer W. O. Uro and County
Clerk Frank Dewey.
In another resolution the club went on
record as opposing tho Water board's
plan of assessing 50 cents per front foot
for the extension of prlvuto water mains.
Tho club favored tho paying for such,
extensions out of "Water board funds.
A lost resolution was passed In which
It was urged upon tho Hoard of Kduca
tlon to erect a new school building on
the Clifton Hill site, tho club believing
tin Drerent building Is nnttquatcd and
that a new one Is needed.
Tho board also endorsed It. J. Haekett
us a mcmbor of tho. charter commlttoo.
"lilnl ii f Pneumonia"
Is never written of those who cure
coughs and colds with Dr. King's New'
Discovery. Guaranteed, BOc and $1.00. For
salo by Jlcaton Drug Co. Advertisement.
EXPECT TO HAVE HIGHWAY
The house commlttoo of tho state leg
islature very probably will report favor
ably on the bill for the establishment
of u state highway commission, accord
ing to three delegates of the Commer.
clal' club who huvo Just returned from
Lincoln aftor a meeting with tho com
mittee. S. A. Hearle, representing the
nu(e; W. .D. Hosford, chairman of thu
good roads commlttco of tho Commercial
club, and W. C. Clifford, assistant com-
mlsMoner df tho club, conforred with the"
special committee of tho houso 5n the
bill and Will make a favorablo report
to tho club.
PUBLIC IS INVITED TO
HIGH SCHOOL OPENING
Tho domestic science department of tho
High school will servo n luncheon to tho
school' guests on the afternoon of March
f, when the school will bo thrown open
to tho plullo for the first time since Ita
Superintendent K. U. Graff has an
nounced tho opening of tho school on
that date and urged all teachers to ut
tend. Tho circular says;
"Thcro will bo an nil dress by Chancellor
Aver' of tho University of Nebraska.
Classes will be held In domestic science,
manual training, physical training, etc.
The Gleo club Hill sing.
"Tho Hoard of Education Is anxious to
have tho parents of the city visit the
High school. Teachers aro not only In
vited, but urged to find time to go to the
school ronlo time between tho hours oC
1 and 6 o'clock in tha afternoon.
"The Board of Education wants every
citizen In Omaha to know this school and
to have a full understanding of what
vork is being done there." -
PUGLISSI ON TRIAL FOR
SECOND TIME FOR MURDER
Second trial of SeUastlano Ihigllssl,
slayer of Constable John A. Woods, for
first degree murder has begun before
Judge Charles Leslie In tho criminal di
vision of the district court After. the
first trial last uulumn the Jury disagreed.
rugllssl fatally shot the constable April
3. 1912. when Woods called at iTis home
to replevin furniture, paymcnto on which
had been defaulted. The defense Is that
when Pugllssl entered his home he found
the constable quarreling with his wife.
Mrs, iMigiissl had fallen to tho floor. Not
knowing Woods wag an officer and think
ing he was trying to kill his wife, tho
defendant eays he fought with him and
ESTELLE RECEIVES SOME
ENCOURAGEMENT FOR BILL
Congressmen C. O. Lobeck. M. P. Kin
oaid nnd John A. Mucgulrc all of Ne
braska, have written to Judge Lee lis
tens that they will oppose tho bill to
transfer the Pacific brunch of tho Na
.Uonal Home for Disabled Volunteer
Soldiers to tho Jurisdiction of tho War
Judge Kstelle Is one of the committee
appointed by tho Nebraska nnj .....
of the ltepubllu to Bend resolutions of
proiesi against the bill to Nebraska
"representatives In the national house and
ena4c. Tho congressmen In their letters
aay In all probability the bill, passed by
the senate, will be killed In the house.
PUBLICITY LEAGUE IS
George Wol of Fremont. nP.irf...,
and E. Ji. Kelso of Lincoln, secretary of
the Nebraska Publicity league, will come
to Omaha to make arrangements for the
annual convention of the organisation,
to be held in Omaha. The dates are set
for some time In April The convention
probably will be held at the eamo time
the northwest division of the Associated
advertising clubs convenes here.
Make every effort to avoid having damp
cmuea or wet feet. Chilling the fett
results In congesting the Internal organs.
and inflammation of the kidneys and
bladder, with rheumatic twin? ami
pain In the back, generallr follow.
Foley Kidney Pills. They are the best
medicine made for all disorders of the
kldneye, for bjadder lrregularltjes, and
for backache and rheumatism. They
do nut contain haWt forming drugs.
ToWi. in action, quick In results. For
tale by all dealers everywhere. Adver
Realty Men Refuse
to Indict Members
of. the Legislature
The Ileal Itstate exchange refused to
Indict the Nebraska legislature for nen
tlonable motives In handling legislation
affecting Omaha at the instance of n
resolution offered by W. T. Graham The
resolution was very general and vaguely
accused legislators of having ulterior
motives In opoMng tho passage of the
water district bill, tho electric light
franchise bill, dollar .gas bill and others.
and came very close,' as some who op
posed the adoption of the resolution said.
to calling the state legislators crooks and
thieves. Thcro was some discussion on
both sides the question and'then a motion
to tablo it was passed.
The oxchange ndopted a resolution op
posing the passago of Senate File No.
). which, the Introducer of tho resolu
tion said, was a hill providing that thu
rights of electric mllway nnd light com
panies shall be determined by the stato
railway commission, tailing such corpor
ations from under the supervision of
cities of tho metropolitan class.
C. F. Harrison declared tho bill was op
posed to tho principles of home rule.
Copies of the resolution adopted by the
oxchange will be sent to tho Douglas
county delegation at Lincoln.
After tho meeting hod been pronounced
ndjotirned, W. T. Graham made a mo
tion that five mcmlMTS of tho exchange
reproscnt tha body ut Lincoln Thursday
night nt the hearliuf on tho bill abolish
ing tho Omaha Water board. The motion
wits pronounced carried and tho five
committeemen will bo named. Their ex
penses will be paid by tho exchange,
Fifteen minutes of tho session was ue-
votcd to the reading of h memorial on
the lato Henry T. Clarke and tributo by
the members to his memory.
Our Carbon Coal
In the choicest product front tlio
Jitmotift iclnler .Mines, f'lenn
nncl Intensely Hot.
Oat btatk I rem Bk Biy Siuloo i
oeevealc nt lo iboftpinf , Ihcttre sod
Boston's newest hotel.
Under same manage
ment as Hotel Plaza,
Prices for roonis '
end restaurant most reason
able considering excellence
f appointments and
Single Roome with Beth, 33.50
Double Rooms with Bth (two
persons), Jo.W to 99.00.
Special prices quoted for pre.
FRRD BTBRRY, Meaejiai Dkeetat
I. C L.V1N, Muw
W specialize on I). Ii. A V.
Sernnlon Anthracite. Prompt
delivery on nil nlzcs.
Penples Goal Go.
Goutaiii & Squires
2lO South 17th Street.
Tel. DoUKlnH 1)30.
Yards I ltd nnd 12th .Streets
lilcnco mid C'nsN.
Get it today.
Use it for the tabic, for cooking, for
See for yourself this product with
all the goodness of butter at one-third
For your own benefit try
All dealers carry it.
Made only by Swift & Company, U. S. A.
?nsbtfe ftf ho most (elect
tiroem jmd gets the dirt
With, the first ?Vrcep,
'U ttk. to tweep with the
thtlc Polly because h rs light,
flexible, arid saves your energy
for other work, Bends freely
and holds jt's shape. It is the
Guaranteed Broom. The next
time you order a broom be sure
it h the Little roily.
Harrah & Stewart Mfg. Co,
Ilet Moioci, Igw
Have Your Ticket Read "Burlington"
OMASA'S rtJW CEITTEB,"
Dttllr Mat,, X5-35-500
Purpoely Booked JTor Auto Bkow Week
BSTBAVAOAITaA AXTD VAUDUVttM
""ii" JJimo siatmga Today
',"W,0tth Olliabtnr th. Hill"
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ft SwHln'i rtutt nnd Cil;
r." lno vrnon A
lo, , llpoicop rirturn,
r?M. 8 8 1 at 7 nnd! 0 . m. Uallv.
am wiiwi Hlppodroma Road Show.
All hi kniws is
N. 24th St.
Mat. Svery Day 3U0; Every Niirht 815
i-Iy xrSi;JuK? ok m uis com.
lUve & Co.. c.r ItUoll. o'K0ll. Mill
luce.- Met . Gary 10o, bt ,Mt. ,y'rZ,
Baturd.r end BunJ.r Mtht 10u, :i. :u
ORPHEUM ROAD SHOW
Tickets Now on Sale.
Wed. and Thar
rb. SGth and 97th.
"Wizard of the Nile"
- frlven by
Ak.Bar-Ben Operatlo Society for tha
Xnlarhta of Ak-Sar-Uen.
Admlialon, 81.00 and 91.60,
aeeervea eeati now on aale at box offloa.
Uatlne Today, 3:30 Nlg-ht, 8:30
MONTE CARLO GIRLS
Ladies' Daily Dime Matinee
To Pacific Coast
Via Scenic Colorado
KUOM OMAHA 4:10 1, SI., electric lighted, fast train to
Denvor, with standard and tourist sleeping cars
through to California. The through Coast sleep
ing cars aro carried on Rio Grande morning train
for daylight rldo through Scenic Colorado and
NIGIIT'TRAIN FROM OMAHA at 11:115 V. M., arriving;
Denver next noon; beautiful, olectrlc-llghted train
of chair carB, ' standard and observation steeping
cars and diner. Passengers have the, aftetnoon
and ovonlng In Denver for sight-seeing, in con
nection with daylight trains through Scenic Colo
rado tlie noxt mbrnlng'. -.. ,
'FAMOUS NIlMHKli ONK: Sun ''pari or-lounge1, car,'
daylight Denver train, .from: Omhaha 0:40 a., nv
ThlB Is tho train that, during a recent year, arrived
in Denver "oa time" 138 consecutive days, and
355 days out of 3G5.
$30 Omaha to California, Oregon, Washiigtoo,
$23 Omaha t Utah, Montana, Idaho
IVIairclTi.vltii to April IStti
Call or wrlto for "California KxcurMonit," "Pafilflo Coaqt Tours." Let mo
point out tlie utility of tho Burlington's through service over six different routes
to the l'aclflo Coast.
J. B. REYNOLDS, City Passenger Agent, 1502 Ftnaa Street, Omaha
LADIES! HERE'S EASY WAY TO DARKEN
YOUR FADED GRAY Hl-USE SAGE TEA
Sage Mixed With Sulphur Re
stores Natural Color and
Lustre to Hair. ,
Why suffer the handicap of looking
old. Clruy hnlr, however, handsome,
denotes advonolng age. We all know,
tho advantages of a youthful appear
ance. Your hnlr Is your charm. It makes or
mars the face. When It fades, turns
Kray and looks dry, wlupy and scraggly
Just a few applications of Sage Tea and
3ulphur enhances Its appearance a hun
miner prepare the tonic at home or
get from any drug store a 60 cent bottle
of "Wyeth's bone and Sulphur Hair "Rem
edy," ready to ue; but listen, avoid
preparations put up by drugjists as they
usually use too much sulphur,, which
makes the hair sticky, det "Wyeth's"
which can always be. depended upon to
darken beautifully and Is the best thing
known to remove dandruff, stop ncalp
Itching and falling hair.
By using Wyeth's Sage ,and Sulphur
no one can possibly tell that you dark
ened, your hair. It does It so naturally
and. evenly you moisten a sponge or soft
brush, drawing this through the hair,
taking one small strand at a time which
requires but a few moments. Do this at
night and, by morning the gray hair dis
appears; after another application or two
Its- natural color Is restored and It be
cqmes glossy' and lustrous1 and you ap
pear years younger.
Sherman & MrConnell Drug Co., 102 So,
16thf 324 So. 16th; VSl N. 16th; 2tth and
j'arnam Sts. Advertisement.
Tonight. Mat. Wednesday ft Saturday
UOTQTJE In BPAB1CLE ft HUMOR
Tho Chorus Lady
Het Week THE THIRD DEGREE
k QONT MUQUt T
I VftUefAoIIU tl.H.at IRl
raMllY THEATRE "Wo7f5v'.M-III
MITI CfwW -TkrB a Ri, W I
Largest and I'lneat Steamahlp
In tho Service.
Displacement 10.063; registered 5.SJ0.
XODBSATZ ROTTiro IBIV
KATES AtlD IMOtUSrVE TOURS
Tcil lntrtbniablt vita. QutbM S.S.1.0.
The Itoyol Mall Steam Packet, Co.
SANUhitauN & 3u.V. Utli AKts., M
6a. Lat5!'e SL, Chicago, or any
local liteamshlp ticket agent.
The Dominant Collar.
2 FOR 25 cts.
A NEW SPACE MODEL
EAItli & AMIiSOX, MAKERS.
EXTENDING FROM THE
BOTTOM to the TOP
OF THE VESSEL
Will Sail from
r. O, Brown, West, rasa,
Antral Mr 3 And Regularly
ss, Art Kontbeact Cor. Sladt
Calcago, or Eocal Agents.
Vadtaoa and Salle Itreets,
to $5 Embroidered Voiles, 49c and $2.98
Thursdnv morning n bonutiful new line of fme embroid
ered Ratine Voile Flouucings mil Bunds for gowns; regu
lar selling prices from $1.00 to $5.00 JQ . $0 QQ
a vard; will be sold in two lots at. . . . TOij
ity at Equal
A Choice Showing of New Spring Garment
Styles Most Attractively Priced Thursday. Iread Assort
ments in Absolutely Authentic Styles.
Original creations from the worm's
best designers and copies of orig
inal designs fully as charming 'as
Jn 40 distinctive and elegant new
designs; made in fine Eponges,
Ratines, Diagonals, Bedford Cords
nnd Novelties; the
choice of the most
discriminating buyers. .
Other Beautiful New Suits
at $35, $39.75, $45 up to $89
Almost endless assortment of de
signs, colorings and materials for
Ladies' and Misses'
Dresses Big special pur
chase in silk eolicnes,
satins, nets and serges
made to sell to $18.00
One Lot of Tailored Suits
All beautiful new
styles and colors, and
sizes greatly under
priced Thursday; choice,
Handsome New Spring Coats, the latest and beat of the Spring Sea
son's oferlngs ..$10 $12.75 S15 S1O.50 $25 up,to.$49
A Splendid Showing of Satin nnd Corded Silk Coats.
A Charming Display of Xew Dress Styles
'S15 $10.50 $25 529.75 35 and up to $60.
Without question one of the moat comprehensive assortments of
authentic now styles eyer - sjiown In Omaha.
Elegant Tailored nnd Dress WaisUT, up from $3.95 S4.95 56.95
ABSOLUTELY TREE THURSDAY A handsome
Silk Underskirt, either" Messaline or Taffeta to each
purchaser of one of oiir Tailored Suits. Buy Thurs
day and get the Skirt Free1.
Bed Spread!, Pillow Oaaee, Mue
llna Domestic Boom
Thuredey at Special Prices:.
fancy Silk Striped Voiles or I'op
II ns, Rood colors, 25c values, 18o
Simpson's Prints, rfrape blues and
blacks, perfect Roods, 7c vatues,
at i 5Mo
Flannelettes, good patterns, Sc
Shirting; Cliovlots, plaids and,
checks, 12Hc values 10a
Thistledown, HG-inch bleached
muslin, Rood weights, 8 He val
ues : oo
Large slzo Bed Spreads, assorted
patterns, good weight, $1.39 val
ues j. ,98o
ES-lnch bleached Table Damask.
29c values , ..10o
Indlco Blue Apron Check GIiib
hams, Tc values ........... ,80
Sllkolln,e, 36-lnch Wide, 15c Val
ue ,.. .". .-. 100
Extra Specials Linens
Full- size Huckaback Tow
els, hemmed, 15c values ?
at, each 10c
Pure Linen Hemstitched
Huck Towels, 50c values,
Full size unhemmed Pat
tern Tablo Cloths, $1.75
values, each $1.00
Purti Linen Satin Damas,k,
$3,00 values, yard $1.25
Your Greatest Sewing Machine Bargain Opportunity
Thursday, Friday and Saturday we are going to close out a lot
of New Home Sample Sewing Machines.
The head and attach
ments are absolutely,,
new, only the cabi
nets having been
used for sample pur
poses; every one of
them is guaranteed
The list price of
these machines Is
$60. You can have
your choice of- these
sample cases with
new rotary bead and
thoy last at, choice
Write for Sowing Machine Catalogue. Mall Orders Filled. We
Handle All Kinds of Repairs and Repair and Rent Machines.
Wash Goods Sale
silk printing; on
salo at, per
Ratine, in colors
and white at,
per yard, 69c
ine Scotch Ze
phyrs; per yardi
at , 25.
printed; all at, a
son's or Hyde's;
best made; go on
sale at, yd., 15c
wide, white or
colors; at, per
Keep Down the High Cost of Living
Trade at Hayden's for Groceries and Save from 25 to
50 on Your Housekeeping- Expenses'.
22 lbs. beit granulated migur 1.00
48-lb. sacks best hlKh'irrade Diamond
H flour, nothing finer for bread,
lle or cakes, per sack 1.10
10 bars Beat 'Em All, Diamond U up
Lenox soap , 85o
6 bars Electric." Spark or Pearl White
soap . ,.. o
E bars Ivory soap 19
10 lbs. best .white or yellow cornmeal
10 lbs. .'best rolled breakfast oatmeal
( Ibsr. bst hand picked navy beans aso
5 lbs. fancy Japan rice, 10c quality,
at ...- 850
The domeatlo macaroni, vermicelli or
spaghetti, pkx 7to
8 cans oil or mustard sardines. .. .S3o
E. c. corp flakes, pkR....- ...Bo
The best, aoda or oyster crackers, lb.
Grape-Nuts, pks; 10o
.Yeast Foam. pk. v-20
T lbs. best bulk laundry starch.. aso
1-lb. cans assorted soups 7V4c
Jell-O or Jellycon, pker, 7Ho
;-lb. cans fanoy sweet sugar corn So
7-crown Imported figs, lb 13Uo
Pint Jars pure strained honey.... S5o
The best tea sittings, lb lOo
Oolden Santos coffee, lb. ....... .360
zoos, soap, XCK5S.
The best strictly fr,oh eggs, from, tho
country, guaranteed, per doren 30c
The best creamery butter, carton Ar
bulk. lb. , 370
The beet dairy butter, lb Mo
Good dairy butter, lb. 2So
Filjl cram Wisconsin cheese, lb., 30o
Xxtr Ipeolol llox Apple Bale.
1-bushel boxes fancy Missouri Pippins
from Monterey, Cola, bos . .91.00
1-bushel boxes fancy Yakima Valley
Jonathan apples for j . . .v . ,. .rx.so
Fancy Black Ling Apples.' peck 3Bo
The Greatest Vegetable Market In
tbe World for the People
16 lbs. Ited River Early Ohio pota
toes ....,,, 15
12 lbs, good cooking apples'" J.'aoo
12 lbs, fancy black twig eating ap
Fresh Spinach, peck i6o
Fresh Beets, carrots, turnips, rad
ishes or shallots, 3 bunches for loo
Fancy late Dutch cabbage, lb....lo
Old beets, carrots or turnips, lb. lo
Two bunches fresh parsley 5o
Two heads fresh leaf lettuce 66
Large head lettuce, per head, Bo
Three large soup hunches ....... loo
Fancy rlpo tomatoes, lb. ...... ,.10o
15 lbs. Ited Globe onions iSo
Urge grape fruit, each ,..6o
7-Crown imported flga lBWo
Hallowe'en dates, ltj Tg0
lancy Highland navel oranges, free
from frost, per dox. lBo, SQo, aso, 30o
The Oreatest Tiuh and ict lCarket
F"',1! Jlsli 'or Thursday.
Fresh Halibut, per lb iso
Fresh Pickerel, per lb 'iS
Fresh Pike, per lb v,
Fresh-White Fish, per lb....";i8o
Fresh Salmon, per lb io
Fresh .Herring, per lb
Fresh Smelts, per lb jbo
Mackerel. -each ........ aoo, 15c, ioo
Codfish, salt, per lb...???.. loo
Lake White Fish, lb l,,;''
Finnan Umidie. lb iaHo
lesl Bulk Oysttrs, quart; ......Mo
Solid Meat, no water.
1m Try Hayden's First