Newspaper Page Text
SEVEN AUTOS HERE
Two Men Arrested in Lincoln Tell
of Selling at Columbus Ma
chines Stolen in Omaha.
RAISED $1,000 BY THE THEFTS
rieadlnt; guilty In the justice
court of Justice Stevens in Lincoln,
to the charge of stealing an automo
bile late Thursday afternoon, llay D.
Perry, alias .1. B. .lackson, and
Michael McNamara were given the
third degree by officers of that
place and finally confessed the theft
of seven automobiles, jurist of which
they state they took In Omaha, ac
cording to reports received at the
local station yesterday morning.
Ths last of the orp of ears taken by
the men from this rlty. nnd the one In
which they were riding at the time of
their arrest, was that of Charles Gam
mon. 1409 North Forty-rirot street, the
car having disappeared from In front of
the Empress theater last Saturday even
The men say that tTiey have raised JiOi
en stolen cars, thouph at the time of their
arrest they had no money on them. On
being asked as to what they did with
the money they merely stated that they
had spent It in rlotlou living.
One of the ears which they took from
this city they sold to a banker In Colum
bus, another to a farmer near that place.
Columbus being the trading center from
which they direded their efforts.
Passengers Upon the
Wrecked China Liner
Taken to Hong Kong
HONGKONG, March 31. Passengers on
the Chlyo Mam were brought to Hong
kong today by a British destroyer.
Charles Rush, an American who was
a. passenger, said all the passengers were
asleep when the steamer struck, but life
boats containing all the passengers were
launched successfully before the arrival
of a British destroyer.
"When the steamer struck." Mr. Rush
said, "the engines were reversed Imme
diately. Two other shocks followed, the
ship rising higher on the shore each time.
, I rushed uc to the deck of the vessel,
which was listing.
A wireless call for assistance was
sent out a"nd a British destroyer which
was In the vicinity came toward ua at
full, speed. There was a heavy swell
and oil waa poured on the water.
"There were 185 first-class passengers.
31 second-class and 83 Asiatics. All be
haved admirably, proceeding In the most
quiet . and orderly manner to their sta
tions at the lifeboats. The launching of
the lifeboats, provisioned with water
and biscuits and .containing all the pas
sengers, was accomplished successfully
before the arrival 'of the destroyer,
which picked us up and brought us to
The scene of the accident is twenty-
nine miles from Hongkong.
Daniels Urges Need of
Adequate Oil Supply
WASHINGTON. March Sl.-Secrctary
Daniels today told the house naval com
mlttee that if congress passed pending
bills, a large part of the navy's oil reserve
lands In California would be taken away.
Unless an adequate oil supply at reason
able prices could be assured, he said. It
was questionable whether thu construc
tion of oil burning warships could be
Secretary Daniels ursed that the bill
include the purchase of 2:12 acres of land
from the city San Diego, Cal., as a site
for a marine submarine bHse.
Taking up the building program Mr.
Daniels made public for the first time
the report of the navy general board of
IWS, which was designed to keep the
United States navy In second place.
"If It had been carried out," he said
"we would have had twenty dreadnoughts
and ten battle cruisers by 1919. It would
have placed us superior to Germany at
the beginning of the present war. Wo
kept in second place to Knsland up to
1909, when we dropped back and Germany
took second place.
Mr. Daniels took up in detail his recom
Herniations for a five-year building pro
gram, saying the value of battle cruisers
was still disputed among navy officers,
The general opinion in the navy, however
he added, seemed to be In thole favor,
but not to the exclusion of drcadnaiiKhU
Therefore the secretary said he had in
cluded six battle cruisers In his pro
Gets $25,000 for
Faithfulness to Boss
SIOl'X CITY, la.. March Sl.-FHlthful
nesa of A. J. Kellogg to his employer,
John Amsler. veteran rigar mitnufar-
turer, will result In Mr. Kelliig'-f sharin
the JfiO.O'O estate of his employer, wlui
died at Hot Springs, Aik.. March 21. Tin
estate will be equally divided between
Mr. Kellogg and Mrs. J. J. i d of Klor
ence, Ala., Mr. Aintdor s Nter.
Mr. Kellogg entered tin" emply of Mr
Amsler when a boy, lirin employed as
stripper In his clyar shop.
Xfs flunk at t nri.
WACO. Neb., March ol. (Special.) Th
Waco State bank will ho the name ot a
new bank which will be oiH-ned heie in
soon as a. suitable building can he se
cured. Harris M. Childs, (resident f t!i
Oty National bank of York, bus bon
elected president and J. It. Iiwinn i,t t hi
village vice president; J. M. ;.! of
Yolk, secretary, board of directors, Frank
Steffen, Iewis S hlechte, F. M. Cox, J
H. Trollope William Stewart and Je.or.fe
Hut tpiiotslrd Ieioljr " udltor.
OUINNKI.I.. M-.rch 3l.-tSp.-.ul.-
Hunt of this city ha teen appolnte I
ssistant chief clcik In the state audi
tor's office and will iiwn move his fain
II y to iH'a Molne. lie has been In puti
1c life In tl.ia county for nearlv Iwent
years, hating loin deputy treasurer to
veral term, tro-smirer for three terms.
nd state examiner of county officers
for the last two years or more. He 1
t prominent Maaonu- Instructor.
Treat Coiihi and old at Once
Dangerous bronchial and lung ailments
follow neglected olds take Dr. Kin;
Kew Discovery It will keep you well
All druiiglfts. Advertisement.
Whatever may te your need, a H
Yatit Ad will get It for )ou.
(omfimi DAYS TO
From Our Near Neighbors
(Jround was broken Monday for the new
high school building.
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ward.
on March 27. a boy.
Miss Mamie Hillman has returned from
a two years' stay In the state of Wash
The question of a small lihrarv lew
will be voted on at the city election next
Mrs. K V. Sloan of Lincoln Is here
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jame
Mr. and Mrs.. Homer Jameson visited
over Sunday at the J. U. Faster homo
John Gllmoro of Callawav Is here for
a visit with his brother, Wilson Ullmore.
and other relatives.
Mrs. Nels Sogard and Mrs. R. Iaurltzen
visited this week at the Chris Rasmussen
nome south of Avoca.
Carl Jewell has cone to Anslev. Neh..
to work during the summer for his
brother, Troy, on a farm.
Rev. N. W. Rich returned WpdoesHsv
froin a twelve weeks' trln thrnueh In
diana and Michigan holding evangelistic
Henry and August Mever shinned five
carloads of fat cattle to the South Omaha
martlet Monday that brought a total of
Mr. and Mrs. Osborn MoNurlln of Cen.
tral City visited the first of the week at
M lis 415-17 So. 16'IStXi
1 ??tils 'if SI ijj
n I jj i
Mich Nw Etetiric LamB
b i i
rTrl OPEN A
REGISTER (Hi PRIMARIES
the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. D. McNurlin.
Mrs. H. C. Tenant of Arnold Park. la.,
is visiting U C. Allen. ,
Mrs. Gorder of Weeping Water visited
the High school last Friday.
Miss Ksther Wallace of Crawford is
spending her vacation here.
Roger tielb of the Nebraska City
schools is visiting his patents.
IrfsJ than an Inch of moisture Is the
retrord for March at this place.
XV. J. Morrison took part in the annual
fiddlers' contest in Omaha last Tuesday.
Mrs. C. A. Kessck visited In Murdoek
and Lincoln the fore rail of the week.
Mrs. M. K. Stearns of Omaha visited
her daughter, Mrs. A. C. Heed, over Sun
day. Ora Armstrong drove down from Wes.
Tolnt Thursday and Is visiting relatives
Mrs. Helen Chrlstianson, who is one of
the Hastings teachers, Is home for her
Rert Saliu.g and wife of California are
visiting at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Sallng. i
Professor Jacob!, who has been a sup
ply teacher In the absence of Profesior
Simmons, will return to his home li Nor
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Robertson, who are
missionaries In China, are tisitlna their
"TO GROW WITH GR0WHNG OMAHA."
Laier CP f
v S Phone D-335.M lJ L
"Omaha Home Furnishing Headquarters."
Built liy u man wlio lias tlont' nothing but study re
frigeration for ovor forty years and tried out every re
frigerator made in that time.
All the good points of tlie let
known lines are covered in the Cold
Storage and their weak points are
It 1 1 1
v ouie in aim ici us prin t? u our
entire satisfaction that when you
buy a Cold Storage you get the best
refrigerator on the market today.
nu th Easiest
COMPLETE WITH SHADES.
DESK LAMPS, all mahogany, wilii
hiinty gold trimiii(i ilk suades, eoiu
lete with silk cord attachments, ai.
TABLE LAMPS, all mahogany or gol.i
finished, with 10-incli gold trimmed sill
shades; in )ld rose, blue and old gold;
wired and lilted complete with silk cord
and attachment plug, ready for use, at,
TABLE LAMPS, in larger sizes excep
tionally 1 1 autiful, gold and mahogany
bases, complete with exquisite shades,
CHARGE ACCOUNT AND
home folks. Mr and Mrs. N .1. t'hri
llsnson John Miller, formerly from tMs place.
Is makliu the r4ce for clerk of the din
trlct court In Cherry count .
Chsrlet Deerson his had his home
Mrs 1. nitrons rntertalned the card club
W ed nesdsy.
Mrs Aim Calvert was an Omaha visi
Mrs. C I'. Metis was an Omaha pas
senger ThuisdsN .
.V .1. Deemon and son. tllen, were call
"ii here Thurlax .
Mrs llni Hn entertained the T. N.
uh Wriliicsdav afternoon.
nnd Mrs F. A. Svhuunan islted
t Ficmonl oter Wednesday night.
Mrs. .1. (J. See'us Is entertaining her
nother. Mrs. Zwrhel, of l'apllllon.
Xlls l'Hr ( lausen hns been quite III
Is much Im-
iot 1 1.
Mr and Mrs J
lr vhittltiL' at the
Kste of Lincoln
A. Uihbons home
srd otbei' friends.
Arthur I'rrlson und II
cars and stalled for Kwlng, where
hne purcliased land.
Yl'ss Sirld Fvtersnn will spend next
week at her home 'ri l.rxliiQtnn.
Ml.su Alice Hell left Krldav evening
for KUlei . Neb., w here she w ill spend
The Christian Kndeavor district con
vention will inet at the ireshyterlsn
church here April 7, 8 and 9.
Mrs (teorge llefflev. Mrs. I .. A. Tries
sen and Mrs. Dillon of Urelna were
guests of Mrs. A. H. Morrison Wednes-ils:-.
Mis. .Ismcs T. Heglev, ssststed by Mrs.
Fred llavhow and Mrs Charles FIhU.
entertained the Presbyterian Aid society
Clarence Horn of 1'ortlnnd. Ore. Is
spendliiK a few (lavs with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Morn. He will make
i business trip to New York City befoie
retinnliiT to h's home.
The Women's club met Wednesdat af
leninou with Mrs. C. T. t'ike. Miss Ida
Frrke led a erv InterestliiK lesson on
Cnnserv stlon of Forests and Soils."
which Is the first of a series of lessons
Co conservation. V.h s. F.. S. Nlckersnn
Look at Child's
Tongue if Sick,
Hurry, Mother! Remove poi
sons from little stomach,
i liver, bowels.
Give "California Syrup of
Figs" at once if bilious
Uiok at the tongue, mother! If coated
It Is a sue sign that your little ones
stomach, liter and bowels need a gentle,
thorough cleansing at once.
When peevish, cross, listless, psle.
doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act natural'y
or Is feverish, stomach sour, breath bad;
has stomach-ache, sore throat, diarrhoea.
full of cold, give a teaspoonful of "Cali
fornia SvriiD of Figs." and In a few
hours all the foul, constipated wsste, un
digested food snd sour bile gently moves
out of Us little bowels without griping,
and you have a well,-playful child again
Vou needn't coax sick children to take
this harmless "fruit laxative;" they love
its delicious taste, and ll always makes
them feel splendid.
Ask your druggist for a S9-eent bottle
of "California Syrup of Figs." which has
directions for babies, children of all ages
and for grown-urs plainly on the bottle
Rewaie of counterfeits old here. To be
sure you get the genuine, ask to see that
It Is made by "California Klg Syrup Com
pany." Refuse any other kind with con
A .. . . l
of Th Cold Storage
Solid inahogany, with 26x4 8
oval shaped top, similar to
above. A ery handsome table,
price ... $28.50
A smaller edition
of the same table
Adftim Davenport Table
A 6-lw? type with 2 drawers,
lx feet long, a QQ Cft PI
splendid value . . 4OO.OlJ JL J
WELCOME! rTTl tLtJ
r ta titers
m1 Mls Kilns Wtlson l.cie l.-i l.il it.lc
Elites to tlie disnl.l con em ion nln.h
occis at alley April IV
Miss Dens lbhert spent the week with
her lister, Mrs Charles Hetls. near I lk
K. K. Udell Sent Is st Saturdav III
Omaha at the Du.iglas County Teachers
Msnaer CHne of the local exchange Is
very hum- repairing the damages caused
hy the sleet Slonn.
Misses) Mary Dlerks and Irene Itrsu re
turneil from Itenson Friday to sieiid tin
spring vacation at home.
John Anderson's car wss somewhat
damaged In a head-on collision with sn
other car Tuesday evening
Miss l'earl Simmer, teacher In distihl
34. will have an entertainment an 1 box
social next Friday excnltiK
Chatles Ors'l was In Omaha Frldav and
attemled the Shorthorn hreeibrs' baniiet
at the Castle hotel In the evening
The High school llbrarv fund his been
Increased nearlv Its share of the pro
ceeds of the play which was given he
fore a latge and well-pleased audience
Miss F.da Maxeis was an over Sunday
visitor at Heilin.
Mr. and Mis. John Weaver were here
from Berlin Wednesday.
Mrs. .1. M Dunbar was tlslilng rela
tives at Nehawka this week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. l'.uhge were Omaha
Ifllors the first of the week.
"John Conrad left the first of the week
EVERY MAN WILL FIND HERE
A SUIT TO . HIS LIKING
And every Hiiit is a masterpiece of the Master Tailors of America at prices that do not
begin to represent, their true worth ami value.
ALWAYS THE BEST CLOTHES FOR THE LEAST MONEY
Is foreeably demonstrated in our present enormous showing of Kuppenheinier, Society
Brand and Collegian Spring creations, and only through our wonderful buying power im
mense outlet are we enabled to offer Pitch peerless values for as little as
$18.00 or up to $40.00
whidrare worth at least a third more.
YOUNG MEN'S SUITS
Pinch Hack and Half Norfolk Styles. The
extivme clothes for faddish young men;'
two-button, soft roll, quarter Hllk lined cutuvtay
front, a style full of daring and Ringer, in the now
fancy silk lined or two-toned effect
$18.00, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00
. SUITS FOR OLDER MEN
Of remarkable -good sense in their design and that lend youthful lines to
the figure, bjit'Uiet in stvle and might v becoming to the average man
- $18.00, $20.00, $1!5.00 to $ 10.00.
OUR FIFTEEN DOLLAR SUIT
$15.00 is a remarkably modest price for one of our $1.").00 specials when you con
sider the extraordinary quality and style we offer at this price.
Its the Greatest Clothes Value to Be Found Anywhere
Because they are pure wool, chemically tested, cold water shrunk, (Jl ff
hand tailored and silk sewn $1H.00 and $20.00 Suits for J O.UU
That are dressy
in fair weather,
when H rains
$10.00 and up
60e, 11.00, fl.M.
A wonderful col
l.rtlcin of apfTial
rretln at SOo,
TSc, tl.OO, II. SO.
f..i Alliance, wlui. he ll work Hits
Ilalrv .1 Mull h:i inrrliseil the Mrs.
A i i i:i Mici ii(ipeit hi ct Aoa.
Mms Kptle Mcm rs has returned from
a weeks xlslt with friends nesr Lorton.
MN Silmi Mar iuarilt who l tearhlns
st Iteatrlce, sas lsltuig relatlxes here
Miss Maud Hanger Is heie from Shen
andoah, la, for a visit with her parents
West of town.
The lesltien.e property of the late
Henrv Mascmnn was sold Monday to J.
K Johnson for tl.
Mr ami Mis I M Ward and daugh
ters. Mrs M .! Kcd.lv nnd Miss crna.
weie at I'.lmwood Tuesdat.
Miss luieiiM Haines of Fremont spent
last week with hi i aunt. Mrs. Hulls.
ISev. i linnet man of ll.lili n. who is
holding a series of meiilims this week
at Aerv, Neb, was In Valley between
The l:pwortli leanue gac a cr- en
Joyable social l'ilhiv eveuiiig at the
home of Mr. inul Mrs F. M Hulls.
Mr and Mrs. C II Webb went to
Oiniiha l-'ri'iai and ipent I o days.
Miss Lola Mans of lletisiiu. istted
Valley friends lasl week.
Mrs. John l.entell Is ci III this week.
Mrs. Wallstiorni an-l Marie, were
shopping In IXnaha Salurday.
Dr Harris is emoting a t Isit from
his son this week.
The regular mouihlt meeting of the
Woman's Missionary society of the l'res-
Boys' Suits, $5.00
The best suits for $.").( M) are to be found here. Medium
and dark colors for serviceable wear and stylish appear
ance. Kacli suit has two pairs of full lined pants, and
them cap and belt to match besides. All sizes
n I to IK years. Ueal worth $(..")0,
htterlan i hnn h was held at the home af
Mis. John Monshan, Wednesday after
noon. Kiel ha Zimmerman of Pelden is visit
Ing her grandparents. Mr. and Mp
Hilmbach. this week. '
Mary Kmma Whltemora. who has ben
very III with measles, Is m ich better.)
The Woman's rluh met Prldsy after
noon with Mrs. Alvilst. Mrs. W. n,
Weekly bad A paper on "Padrewskl."
snd Mrs. C. H. Vebb on "Nebraska
The Foreign Missionary society of the
Methodist Kplscopal church gave a verv
fine program In the Methodist Episcopal
church Sunday evening.
Mrs F C Kennedy. Mrs. W. K.
Weekly. Mis C. H. Nichols. Miss May
Nl hols. Mis. Condi In and Mrs. .1
Imthlik. were among the Valley ladles
who nt flie.1 the shower git en by the
Kasterti Star for Miss tirsee Coy. at
Waleiloo on Saturday.
News Votes of llen.
Mien, Neb.. Match SI. -(Special. -W
lule dlsrlne on I,. S Comslock s f.irm
five miles northwest of Allen, Cnsrlcv
W'ordeii. 2 tears old. fell from the disc
and ni.e of the blades ran oter his rig 't
fort i ultlnn It off. The hoy had been
nmkliiR his ome w ith his pi anilfat her
for some lime. ,
There will be four tenth-grade gradu
ates here this tear: Mae Fillet, Hsiel
Allen. Florence tioodwln ami Zable
NEW TOP COATS FOR SPRING
The top notch of the -season's fashions,
shapely shape retaining garment; full silk
silk lined, patch pockets or reg- i
mixtures, covert or Oxfords ;
$15.00 to $25.00
Tk Beit Fsriuiiifi
Savoy A York
Shirts, In tli
j'lotti, aofi bosom,
vltli aiarthed or
French t-ulfa. A
alilrt with a repu
tation for beauty
l.M, sa.oo, sa.so.
Uk Shirt., td.60,
4.0O, $4.60, S.OO,
rtn. p.rcaU ri fu
Beat la th. World.
In ion and ;-i'le)e
wool. 1.00, 1. 60.
Klb and dIhiii cut
tun xa'tnrnta. In
I n a t h a of loita
nd aleevea. Sl.OO,
1.60, 92.00, S3.60,