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) i ( 'A'. s w Y CLOTHING FOR MEN AND WOMEN ON CREDIT $44 5 for a Massive 2-inch Post Verais Marten Iron Bed Positively the greatest Iron Bed value ever offered. Has massive 2-inch posts and 5 heavy lateral rods, fall steel side angle rails. These beds are finished in the popular and durable Vernis Marten, that is positively guaranteed against changing color or turning black. Greatly pre ferred to cheaper brass beds on account of their great strength and lasting quali ties. They are actually worth $8.50, but through a fortu nate purchase we are able to offer them to you at the re markably low price of REFRIGERATORS The greatest bed value in all Omaha MAKING WAYFOR BOULEVARD U. P. Moving Two Miles of Track for New City Driveway. THROUGH CARTER LAKE PARK Rond Will Trnvrrse Doth the Sum mer Resort nnd Some rrtrnte Tropertr nrtd t to Cost Serentj-Flve Thonsnnfli Terms SOc cash; 30a a month We are olo acrents for the famous Gurney make of Refrlgrators. They have sever! distinct walls, galvanized Iron linings and mineral wool filling. By actual test they ore by far the most economical, are wonderful Ice savers ana will posi tively pay for them selves In a few sea sons. Priced as low as . onueriut ice $57 7 Household Goods aart Pianos Moved, Stored, Tuck ed, Shipped. Tel. Doug. 1800. ItliHURKD Three-Room Homo Outfits Positively the most complete and finest throo-room out fits offered by any concern In the west. Terms: $7.50 cash, 4.00 monthly. Union utfittingO GAS RANGES Sole opents for tho famous DIRECT ACTION Oas Ranges. Tho gas range that Is guaranteed to cut your rab bill fuKy one-third. It is Impossible on neeount of lta superior construc tion to consume ns much vras as tho ordinary bob rango. xno oven Is ready for baklnsr as soon as lighted. Other gas ranges as low as..... 1 xua an iiiv $9.75 in IBf notuoliold Goods and Pianos Moved, Stored, Pack ed, Shipped. Tel. Doug. 1800. Nurses Graduate from Omaha General Hospital 1 1 I ' u I FRHDA 6TERLINQ Hjm Photoa. BERTHA HAVBMAN. GERTRUDE BTEIN. . BRIEF CITY NEWS m XSectrlo rans Burgeas-Granden Co. Fidelity Storaffo ft Van Co, Poug. 1618. Have Soot Srfnt. It Nyw Beacon iPrpss. Sr. JClnsIer Brandels Theater Bide:., Nose and, Throat. Phone Douglas 1884. When you take your vacation lear your silverware, etc., in Omaha Safe De posit Co.'a burglar proof vault. 1618 Far nam St 1 11.00 per month for a good glzed package. Civil suits Hext -Weak Criminal trials tin the federal court will be halted Satur day' and Judge W. H. Munger will begin (bearing civil suits next week. Sew Girl at Hodder Bout A baby Blrl was bom to E. C. Hodder, city at torney of Benson, and wife, 135 South iFifty-elghth avenue, Benson, early yes terday morning. "Wabash Moves Office The Wabash City passenger and ticket office next (week will move from Its present location pxi Farnam street Into the south room, ground floor, on the Fourteenth street Side of the Woodmen of the World bulld- Sues Street Car Company A suit for 910,000 damages for Injuries alleged sus tained In a collision of a Dodge line street tar with another car at the Burlington station has been filed against the street war company by Miss Delia Murray In yiutrlot court. ralrbanks at University Club Charles IW Fairbanks, ex-vlce president of the jfUnlted States, will deliver an address, jljbcfore the University club at noon, Jdne according to the announcement of Ellls U, Graff, chairman of the enter tainment committee. Midland Hotel Sold Blxley St Sidney, proprietors of the Arcade hotel, Thir teenth and Douglas streets, have pur chased the lease and furniture of the Midland hotel. Sixteenth and Chicago (streets, from Mrs. C, Phllbln. The new pwncrs will take possession at once. Maan Case Dismissed J. W, Mann ha (been dismissed out of the case being ; tried by the government against Arthur Mann, W. T, McKlnney, J. U Bowers nnd J. W. Mann. The four were charged ."With conspiring to use the malls to de fraud. McKlnney at present Is not on trial. The case has been before the court tfor over two weeks. JUL Ken go Through A special train tarrying seventy-five of the Ad club men of California arrived over the Union Pacific at 7:80 o'clock last evening. Half an hour later they left tor St Louis over the Wabash. They did not have time to pome up town, but at the Union station they were met by a bunoh from the Xmaha Ad club. , Bard Luck, follows Sam Hard luck eeems to pursue Sara Jpe, prominent Chi nese restaurant roan. Bam formed) owned the Unique. at Fourteenth and Douglas streets, and sold out at a big loss when ha received several unwelcome Visits from police raid squads, Npw he .owns the Chesapeake- Yesterday two trusted waiters fled with $75 of his money and last night on inebriated diner stole f SMtiiwwiiiii i mir mmmmmmm-Mru3?! ALICE BAIRD. Ujn Fhotoi. CLARA NELSON. a small electrio fan from the wall valued atJ25. Council Wants the People to Vote on ' Auditorium Bonds A committee of three appointed by the city commission to confer with the executive committee of the Auditorium organisation in an attempt td reach some agreement as to the purchase of that building will recommend that the matter go to a vote of the people on the ques tion of Issuing $125,000 bonds. The members of the councllmaqlo com mittee Butler, Dahlman and Joe B. Hummel-are securing statistics on the value of the real estate and the building. If the Auditorium is purchased the committee will recommend that Us use to tho public be absolutely free. This committee Is further devising a scheme to reimburse the small sharehold ers If the city votes $2S6,000 to purchase the property. It Is their opinion that all stockholders ought to be Informed and there ought to be no discrimination re garding the buying up of shares with the bond money. ST. PHIL0MENA SCHOOL TO HAVE PICNIC SATURDAY The children of Bt Phtlomena'a Catho lic school, Fifteenth and Leavenworth streets, will plcnlo on the grounds of $hs Sacred Heart academy, Thirty-sixth and Iurt streets, Saturday. The young peo ple will go in three of the large street cars, leaving their own school at 1130 In the forenoon. Basket lunch will bo served on the acadamy grounds, where the after noon w)ll be spent playing games. Work of moving two miles Of railroad track to make way for a $76,000 boulevard, contemplated by Park Commissioner Hummel to circle Carter lake. Is under way and the Union Padflo railroad an nounces that the removal will be com pleted soon. Tb.6 expense of the under taking, amounting to approximately UV 000, will bo borne by the railroad. Trnckn Delntr Removed, The railroad tracks are being removed from tho city land bordering the lake to the outer edge ot the park property at Carter lake, Park Commissioner Hum mel has planned a boulevard running1 through Carter lake park and some prlvato property which, when completed, will cost about 175,000. "Owing to shortage ot funds we cannot complete the work this year," said Hum mel. "Fact Is, we can only begin It, but when It is complete It will be one of the prettiest drives In Omaha." Francis McGlverln, one of the most widely known bankers In Nebraska, for mer president of tho Nebraska Bankers' association and former vice president of the Bankers' Mortgage Loan company ot Omaha, who was divorced by Mrs. Ros6 McGlverln last November, was married to Mrs. Arietta Wolcott yesterday by Rev. F. W Leavltt, pastor of Plymouth Con gregational church. Judgo Hollcnbeck, who granted tho dlvorco at Fremont, made It Impossible for either party to marry again for six months, This period expired May 81. Mrs. McGlverln was awarded $150,000 alimony by Judge Hollcnbeck. FRANCIS M'GIVERIN AND MRS. WOLCOTT MARRIED RALSTON TO HAVE NEW RAILROAD FACILITIES Mayor Skinner of Ralston Is In receipt of a notice from General Manager Hold- rege of the Burlington system that pas senger and freight depots, together with a sidetrack, was to be built there at once by that railroad. The communication reached Ralston yesterday and by noon a gang ot men was already at work upon the new improve ments. The freight business of that point has Increased in leaps and bounds during the last six months and the out look Is that it will continue to grow. PLUMBER BREAKS HIS LEG WHEN HORSE RUNS AWAY Becoming frightened at a passing street car for the second time during the week a horse drawing a wagon belonging to the Dnn Whitney Plumbing company ran from Fortieth and Burt streets to Case, Where its flight was stopped by the sua den swerving of the wagon into a tree in front of 411 South Fortieth street Dan Nlplock lSll North Twenty-fourth street, foreman of the Whitney estab lishment suffered a fractured leg, also breaking a small bone In the foot. You Can Drive a Horse lo Wafer but you can't make him drink. And the factories can dictate BRODEGAARD'S SELLING PRICE on standard goods, but Tkey Can't Make It Stick! Still Independent! Not in Any Combine! Noto Our Prices on Sterling Silverware MiTfUMlVTr fllTTC and Crystal Out Glass for Appropriate WWLIIIIlllU till? ID Sferlloo Silverware Half dozen Sterling Silver jQ f Q Half dozon Sterling Silver FQ Tea Spoons, no engraving vwolw Dessert Spoons, no engraving 90sjtltF Half dozon Storling Silver (3Q rp Toblo Spoons, no ongraving vw99 Cut JPrlce on Cut Glass We carry all the well known designs and are sole distrib utors in this locality for the famous Rambler Rose design. Complete "Water Sot, Rambler roso design, $Q AP Creamer and Sugar, 9 with, pitcher, six tuinblors and mirror tray, Vtfw9 Rambler roso design. ,;. vw0l Complete Water Sot, Sunburst design, with pitoher, &n nfT six tumblers and mirror tray .V & 1 9 Sugar and Creamer, Sunburst tfQ Sir Eight-inch Bowl, Sunburst &() QP desisra $0Ao desirm. 10Q Branch Stores in Nebraska. eg) 28 Years of Continuous Satisfaction to Customers. 0 EXPERTS INSPECTING OMAHA'S FIRE PROTECTION A committee of three expert engineers of tho National Board of Fire Under writers of New Tork are In Omaha In specting tho fire equipment and water works of the city. This inspection Is mado regularly by the board every five years and on tho report U based the rate of tiro Insurance. MARSHALL AND HERON GO TO CONVENTION IN EDINBURGH Uev. A. B. Marshall, D. D president of tho Omaha Theological seminary, sailed yesterday for Edinburgh, Scotland, where ho goes as one of the delegates named by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian church to the Presbyterian Alliance. He expects to return to Omaha late In July. Itev. Charles Heron, D. D., member of the seminary faculty, also went to the same convention, preceding Dr. Marshall by several days. PRINCIPAL AND PUPILS VISIT UNIVERSITY FARM Less Expensive Specifications for the New Hotel Thomas R. Kimball, architect for the Fontenelle hotel, Is cutting down the cost of construction In his plans and spec ifications and will present his plans again to the contractors for an estimate of SSOO.000 or less. Several plans to reduce the cost ot erect ing the hotel are under consideration. Home of the baths, tiling of the bath rooms, the electrio light generating plant, decorations and possibly one floor will be eliminated from the plans on which the contractors recently estimated the cost to amount to more than 11.000,000. Mr. Kimball and William VC Burbank, the lessee, will hold generally to their Original plans and elevations. They have been in communication with Thompson, Sterrett & Co., builders ot the Onondaga at Syracuse, with the idea of getUng an estimate of lower cost from that concern. BOOSTERS' DAY NAMED , FOR THE NEW HIGHWAY Next Thursday has been designated by the officials of the Omaha-Denver Trans continental highway as "Boosters day," and notice has been sent to all automo blllsts and persons Interested in the good roads movement to turn out and work on the roads, A delegation of Omaha motorists are planning to go over tho road In Douglas county and assist the farmers along the route in dragging the road bed. All along the highway parties are being made up to assist in making this route one of the best in the country. Miss LImJq Banker, principal of Faclflo school, Twelfth and Paclfto streets, and sixteen pupils of the Klghth B class visited the state university and state farm Wednesday Instead of holding a class day. The students had saved suf ficient money to pay the expenses of the trip. The pupils will make a written re port of what they saw and how the work at the University strikes them. These ro ports will be forwarded to Superintendent IS. V. Graff. INSPECTOR FINDS PEOPLE WITH THIRTEEN LANGUAGES Voters who speok thirteen different for eign languages have been found In the Fourth Ward of South Omaha by J, W. Jordan, election Inspector. In every case Mr. Jordan has to secure his Information through Interpreters. Following are the nationalities which ho has found: Aus trian, Lithuanian, Bulgarian, Bohemian, Gorman, Italian, Albanian, Russian, Po lish. Turkish, Danish, Swedish and Mex lean. YOUTH RUNS INTO AUTO AND BREAKS HIS LEG Ralph Ferryman, aged 17, messenger boy, ran into an automobile at Thir teenth and Farnam streets, driven by F. II, Davis, 628 Soulh Twentieth street, breaking his leg. The youth was given medical attention .and removed to his home. He was turning the corner ana did not see the approaching car until It was too late to get out of Its way. WOULD STOP FEEDING VINEGAR SLOP TO COWS An ordinance is being drafted by Assist ant City Attorney Te Poel prohibiting the feeding of vinegar slops to dairy cows, The ordinance is drafted at the Instance of Dairy Inspector Bossle, who believes thero ought to be an ordinance prohibit' Ing the feeding of this kind of food to dairy cows, A Good Investment. W- D. Magi, a well known merchant ot Whtteraound, Wis., bought a stock of Chamberlain's medicine so as lo be able to, supply them to hU customers. After receiving them he was himself taken sick and says that one small bottle of Cham berlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was worth more to him than tho cost of his entire stock of these medi cines. For sale by all druggists. Ad vertlsement. A Berloua Breakdown results from chronto constipation. Dr. King's New Life Pills relieve headache, stomach, liver and bowol trouble. 25c. For sale by Beaton Drug Co Advertise ment PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS Mrs. C. R. Leo. formerly of Omaha. Is the guest ot Mrs. R. J. Dinning, 807 South Thirty-seventh street. Paokers to Raise y" Pay of Laborers, , Beginning Monday With the announcement of tho settle ment between the employes and tho Cud ahy and Armour plants at 8loux City It Is rumored that the packers at South Omaha will voluntarily raise tho wages ot the laborers to 30'centa an hour begin nlng Monday. About 1,600 men went out on strike at Sioux City when the common laborers asked for an Increase In wages from IB to 20 cents an hour. This raise Is now granted. Tho othor employes had not de manded an advance, but struck In sym pathy with the common laborers. The laborers at South Omaha hod about de cided to go out on a strike, but It is hardly probable that they will do so now. How to Make CALUMET iscuit Issssk f To see how de lightful baking can I.. t uc, hci u can oi Calumet Baking Powder and ,.1. : ,ii:: : . try this delicious recipe: 1 helping toMpoonful Calumet Baiting- Powder. 1 level teaiooon of salt. 2 roundlnr tablsipoons butter or lard. cup ot muK, cup of water. 11 Sift flour once, then measure, add salt and bakintr nowdcr and silt tnrce times, rub shortening in with fork or spoon, add milk and water, turn out on a well floured board and roll one inch thick, cut and bake in a quick oven about twelve to fifteen minutes. And then when they come piping hot from the oven. light and fluffy and wholesome butter and taste. That's the Calumet test always. Everything baked with Calumet mutt be as good or a little better than bakings made with other brands, Calumet is moderate in price economical In uie. Yonr grocer knows ark Um. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pure Food Exposition, Chicago, IIL Pari Exposition, France, March, 1912. CALUMET iio inn ji i . -mil wvv 1 .aoANTEE CALUMET , :;ifflci on, "i..u The Persistent and Judicious Use of Newspaper Advertising is the Road to Business Success. P. S. We forirot to mention in the above recipe that it requires four cups of sifted flour The Home Drink Pre-eminently . the best drink for the home . - ' ' . is Delicious Nourishing Refreshing, Brewed and Bottled by Fred Krug Brewing Co, Order a Case Today Phone to i Douglas 1889. Consumers' Distributors ; 109-11 No. 16th Street. THE OMAHA BEE Fhotoengravingdep't OMAHA Price of Drawing like this J 3.50. Cost of ZlnC Etchlntr 40 Cents. WW Y0URTRUS5 AWAY RUPTURE Made stronff and well in a few days-, without a surgical operation or loss of time. Our work !j guaranteed. Call or write fpr particulars. Drs. Wray & Math eny. 30a Bee Bld Omaha, i It Z sr