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TIffi OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: APRIL 26, 1914.
11-A Timtnnn nn mini iiimn nnmi IIUI1U11LJ W I I Mil nil 1 IJ lllflflll ocmen navine well Attended Meeting Since Changing Nights, tlvr AnftocliHInn in Orsnnlird nnil Will Meet nt tlin I'riitmi Hotel. ernonii or Amnripnii Yhitipfi. in nvini ' v " : v ' welt attopded rrysctljig alncg j chaHgdd' is meeting nights. This hohJestoad ttieets uvory Tuesday evening at Mueller's hall, Seventeenth and Vinton Ptfeets. District' Jinnager hobcrspri has ofparilied .hts as sistants and n camfalsn tor new mem-' Ijere is under way. jA. number of members aro planning to tteml the dedication sorvlecs at' boa Moines In June. Tuesday evening "Hen derson homestead will gh-e a S-ccnt dance lyid grab bag party. Itidriinlleut Order of Oitd 1'rlloTr. A Itfiraher of tho Omaha lodges will Cetebrai Institution of American Qdd fellowship this vitjik. The order having been founded -on' April 2fi, 1S79. at the Sven Stars Inn at Baltimore. .Beacon 10"5go No'. 20 will haye work In tiio third, legfeo next Tuesday evening. ivy HtckaV;fou80' ffo. 33 will g'lVe dance at Odd KellotvV hall nctft'ThDrsday evening. ' South Omaha Jogo tio. 148 .will put on the third degreo work tomorrow nlghl. Ivy Rebekah lodge No. 33 Initiated a glass of ten. members lastThursday eve ning. . '. " ; . ' . . Woodmen of the World.; Benson Woodmen of the World wlll en tortaln Monday night at their hall in, honor of, Sovereign Commander Kraser and Sovereign Clerk Yates and a number of supremo offlcors. After .the- evening session a luncheon will be served 'to the fiAt Eagles haU, titlO.Harne stroet. Al pha camp No. 1, Woodmen df the World, will have an open mooting Tuesday eve ning for Its members oVld their friends, at whloh Prof. Huntington and his-wife will entertain with their 'feats, of 'leger demain" for an hour. Dancing,. will be In order later In tho- vcnlfig . . Alltioilt (tnla-l lnlflil ' AViirlrmnii1! North Omaha 'lodgo No. 169. will .hold a prjzo card .party Vc(nesduy evening." -Omaha lodgo No. IS will have a feed and a talk by S. A. Bearlc Tuesday. . Union Pacific lodgo No. 17 will have, a member from South Omaha deliver the address Friday cvonlng. nedy's Adventures" was an Improper film and that he made slanderous state ments to the audience In the Talm theater. The plaintiff asserts that the "Adventures" teach a moral lesson and show that punishment of sin Is Inevitable. JVeiv Auxiliary. A new ladleV- ,k"uxlffary. to Omaha council No, 118, United'- Commercial Trav elers, has' bceni formed In Omaha and for thefirosent wllijmeef ,"at the Paxton hotel monthly. "Tho tibJet,t.'Jnstlt'Utlng this feature in conhfce'tlqn w)Vvho United Commercial travelers'' brgaaiiAtlon here Is to weld, Uhc'i''6htoKetn'er" spirit among 2,000 traveling men In, arid arouVid Omaha ant thfclr fughnies' ; - Kratiijli;iiloii. iit.-AWrlchV THo" danctn'sjfriarty which'' "Mondamln lodgi No. llJ'Sl-rTJiiyTfevonln May", at the?, Kali. Twenty-fqifrtb Parked stf&'Jst will be. th,lst 5f series )t tlaaces this lodge '-haj given during the. ytinter for tho entertainment of membcrs'"and friends. Ilornl NclKhbenV-oT Amrrjca, ,.' Ivy camp, No, 2, Royal Neighbors of America,, will- fffve a jlance- Wednesday, evoiy'ng,. April 2D,, at- Myrtle ball, Flf teonth and Douglas streets-. KiitKhtn anij I.hille of BecnyltT:- Om'ajoa. coupcllNo. 2295,', jgpts an.d Ladles of Security, will give a card party Monday night, April 2. at, Myrtle, . hall. Fifteenth and Douglas . steetii, I ' , Ycmg Risfey; -' .'and Ooiiipapioiis Also to. Qo Free The dismissal of the grand jury In dictments brought against .Mrs. Nellie Paul and the several lawyers charged with blackmail growing out of the recent attempt to extort nioney from Arthur D. HraifrtcW Is to be followed by dismissal of th- 'prosecution of Clarence UUley, Mrs. Paul's .'son, and his hoy companlpiU indicted for an unspeakable crime on the, strength of the evidence brought out In tho: Pkul-Brandcls suit. Whllo'the lawyers get free because, of the InClsposftlon of Mr. Bra'nflels to- dome back to Omaha to appear against them. thj: young' degenerates- are ta get tff by itason of a" pectillar condition; of- the" layf maKing in';, ouenso a .crimp, as un-eiu-th'ed by the attornc'y's, It appears, that the Irtst legislature- passed a ' new act defining this' rlme. land-'provldlng a more hevfere- penalty .but 'lh so doing repea'led tho .;fonner, statute without -adding any saying cjause. 'The lawyers, therefore, agree that the offenses for which the In dldtmcritu were brought, because com mitted under the old law, although crlnr InuPat tho tlme, cannot he punished now under tho. new. law. IUJb rcportttd also that In ' connection wljh, the arrangement for the dismissal of tljeso, cases Mrs. Paul and her son will go to California" and itaV there as toon as the time far appeal from tho Ver dict of the jury In the Paul-Brandels suit expiree Sioux City Club 0, K; : Witli Union LaBor J. I'. Johnson of the Omaha Carpenters' union has received a letter from Charles" Huncy, business agent of the Sioux CltV' union,, with the Information that the S oux City base' ball club has been J3-' r-nM n n nnrnl, liar rr lh. Hlnllv: t ity chapter. The Sioux city club was nttraojspd when it was learned that the by nonunion labor and word was passed alone tho- circuit for all union men .to remain absent from games with Sjoux City. PROPRIETORS OF MOVIES INVOKE AID OF THE COURTS A dispute between proprietors of the Princess and Palm moving ploture shows, Involving the merits of a film .entitled 'Jack Kennedy's Adventures," was car ried to district court when Joseph Kohl berg Rued Sam Goldberg for 10.000 dam ages. Knhlbcrg, proprietor of the Palm show all- ccs that Goldberg Induced two police orwer tw itop the sale Of ttKeta at his 'i on the ground that "Ja k Ken- New Hastings Depot is Opened With Big Banquet and Dance The Union Taclflc'j new $40,000 passen ger station at Hasting: wns formally opened to the public Friday n,llit, the function belhgnmade somtthlnp of, a so cial event, In which several hundred peo ple of ,'the city, participated. Many IJnlorf ' -Pacific officials from Omaha Woro present also at a 'banquet at. the now Clarke' hotel, erected at a c03t of-$175,000. They were the guests of the Hastings Commercial club and the Hastings- division of the Travelers' Protec tive association, Mcnjbers 'of the Omaha party, were met at tho station by comnMtte'e from' the Commercial club and the Traveler Pro tective association arid cs'coreft o 'the Clarko hotel, where a reception Wj hold. Then followed an automobile rljle' about tho city .and at 7 o'clock tho Visiters and 1&0 of the, Hastings bualncs? men sat down to tho banquet, tho band playing "Onward, Christian Soldier" as they en tered tho .dining room. -Following tho dinner 'the Saddres's' of wclcoma"lr behalf of tho city "was delivered by J. N. Clarke and the address of welcomo in behalf of tho traveling' men by Secretary Alex ander. J. A. Munroo responded In behalf of the Uiton Pacific and ho was followed by 'Charles' Waro and Oerrlt Fort. Upon tho conclusion of the dinner thero was an adjournment to the new passen ger station, where a ball was In'progrefes and wlilch continued until midnight. The Union Pacific officials speak In the highest terms of the reception ac corded tlicm by the cltixons of Hastings and add -that tho affair was perfectly planned" ' arid th plans carried out In every detalU ' -. , All Boosting for. '' Hbifre Ifade Dinner All tho heads 'of -'fhoj various llneo of business In Omaha are ' unlled in their efforts to mako the homotrade extension dinner "May. & at 'the Commercial .club a .big event', a 'mofl'cl In ha'r'rainy, a'nd good fellowship. The trado extension and wholesale trade committees of the 'Com mercial club, tho Omaha Manufacturers' association, the Associated Retailers of Onlaha, Omaha Retail Grocers' associa tion and tho Ben Franklin, club aro send ing out circulars boosting for this event. RELATIVES THINK THAT LANDR0CK IS0N THE M'CALL The family of Jacob Landrock; 201! Pop pleton avenue, Is concerned as to whether their son, C. A. Landrock, 2012 Poppleton avenue, Is on the torpedo boat McCall, now in Mexican walers. Mr. Landrbek says tho family, has-not heard from htm for two monthflV'and that the last heard of him ha was assfgned to the McCall. He has ', been In the eeryjee some, six B.RIOafecARPEN.TEfl DIES ,vHem;.he: fm-i Platte ,Ei E." iclsel, .aged,, 28 'pars,- was drowned . when a part- of a bridge that he was; working, on a Ashton "across the Platto. rjyer .hcoke. d.bwn,. pinning Im downln tho watqr. Zetsel wa a bridge, carpenter and cams to Omaha Thursday, 'ip enlist- lh "tho Na'tfonal Quards foy ser vice m Tiicxico. fla then returned to hls( work 'td atifaft a, call io arms shoUld the troops be- sent to tjfo front. ARMY DESERTED 'RETURNS ,:T0 RE; ON HAND IF NEEDED Bruce Buzbee', '26 years old, deserter from tho- United "States army at Fort Moade, S. D'.t returned td thcranks by ap plying' at the local recruiting station. He will consequently get Jiff- with a repri mand; Biizbee 'explained' that he did "not wish to Violate his oath at a -time when he might ho needed' by h country. OMAHA SUPPLIES TO FRONT Ten Cars Loaded withrmy Provi sions Sent td Texas. SftUTZINQER KEPT QUITE BUSY la oil the Jntnp FHIInir Trtearnphlc Urtlrrn for Field KAnlitments llcef Shipments from the PncktiiK llnnur. In compliance with ' telegraphic orders, ten cars' 0?re loaded with' supplies and tlfitial corps equipment, from tho United States arny quartermaster's dcijot here Friday night, und "sent to 8a! Antonio and Galveston. The supplies for the signal corps In eludes a 'field Company equipment- and a telegraph .equipment which wore sent to San Antonio, to be used with the ex pedition which may" stArt frrfni that pdlnt In thfrt'erent- Ihut 'warrls declared With Mexlcb. The bsianco of the, ton carloads shlppd. b)-'Cnptaln Strltilpger Included rations abd supplUs. the major portion of which' was corned beef for use In a campaign, should tho , . t,roops enter Mexico, i 'OpoliarHeef to-Front. Ornnha beef -will comprise part of the supplies:. for''th6- 'ofmy and navy In Mexico.. Orders1 for canned meat havo been .placed regularly at New York by government commissary agents, and part of tHes orders have been filled by Omaha -packing houses. The moats were sent by' rail to Now York, from which port supply boats have carried It to the mobilized troops In Texas since they were, sent there. .Manager Bobcrt Howo of Armours nt South Omaha says that so far no Increased orders have been re oelvcdfor government provisions. Road to Gibson to Be ' .Completed at Once Street Commissioner J. J. Ryder has directed his assistant. Dean Noycs, to throw a force ot men Into the field be tween Fpurth and Bancroft streets and Gibson at the earliest date. Vork on thi road began today. Tho street will b$ widened at' city expense until It Is con nected wth tho widened rpad from Gibson, OLD QLORt TO FLY FROM . ALL THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS The American flag will henceforth fly from- all public school buildings In Omuha, by order of Superintendent B. U, Graff. The,flag Is usually raised over school buildings only on hfilldays or special occasions. Tho Mexican situation has Inspired tho school authorities to order Old Glory unfurled above the schools until tho war is over. ' A few of the schools have no flags, but FOR COLDS. JiriiUENZA,' COUGHS, SORE THROAT GRIP "Wo arVxogular patrons of your famous pills, and would bo pjeaseid to receive a. copy of yojlr, Medical Book, as advertised free." "TJiatikB for Dr. Humphreys' Man ual i'ocplyfed. I havo used your medl-cJnosVd.-Jprig, that I -Know -they aro wb'rth'thoir weight , In- gold." v ;j " y 'Please mall Free-Book to ...... ...... j,. Htttaphraya' irbmeo! Medicine' Co.,- 16 William. St., New York. Advertisement If ' I . 11 1 1 v You Still Have Time v-i . to Enroll to Our Free Dressmaking School Which Opens Tomorrow ' Wd have' ndw enrolled, nearly 'live hundred wonien In our freo school of dressmaking, and will continue to. receive-pupil's up until, . the latest possible moment, bo you" still have time to take advantage, rfoi. this. unusual opportunity. ' Any 'Womati pan. Learn. . You am easily learn to mako your own clothes and those of your children If you 'attend, the special dressmaking school which opens hero rioiti M'on'day lipder Jho personal supervision of Mme. Coates 6f New York and Paris. v Practical and Complete. Special- attention, glen 'to specific, problems, such as' making buttonholes, darning, patching, seaming, hemming, facing, tucking, setting in lace, .etc,, while" tho principles of the correct Handling of dlffererit portions of garments, such as plackets, belts, yokes, , pop lums, collars, sleeves, cuff's, pockets, etc., are dealt with as individ ual, subjocts. ' Suited to Your Needs. . : , -. You may br'ng your individual problem and .Mine. Coates will give you her personal attention and assist you in working It out, whether it bo selection of sultablo styles, lfnes, materials, colors, dif ficult fitting or banglng-pV any perplexlng'pqlnt on which you desire -assistance. . , - . 50c Registration Fee. No system charts or "methods" to sell. You learn to use the' paper" patterns of today. The fee of 50c Is for registration only"; there Is no charge for the Instruction and valuable personal assist ance of Madame Coates, which Is assured every pupil. We strongly urea you to investigate. this, and, if interested, to enroll at once. The work of the . school begins tomorrow at,. 2 o'clock, and applications for enrollment will be received at that time. Wo urge you to start the work at thp beginning so as to re echo full benefit from it the majority are In possession ot one and the order of the superintendent was immediately carried out. The Persistent And Jwitcloufl Use ot Newspaper Advertising Is the Iload to Business Buccesa. Cheaper Fare Case is to Be Heard by Munger Thursday The hearing of the action for a tempor ary Injunction in the scven-tor-a-quartor fare case will bo held before Judge T. C. Munger In the United States district court Thursday morning. The suit .filed by the Guaranty Trust company of New York against the city ot Omqha asks for an Injunction to re strain the city from enforcing the seven-for--quarter faro ordinance, passed at tho special etectlon held on March 10. IYAL0RIE SPRA6UE IS WINNER! Takei First Baby Honors M Class I Girls at Low Cost Show. , PHILIP ItABEROF THE BOYS While, Helen (Jnlhrnlth, Wnrrvn Slorn, Knthnrlnr Mi-Otnn, Cnlh nrlno llmice Win lit Their Itmpertlvp Cliixe. Class 1-Girls, 6 to 12 months: Klrst, Volorle Marie Hprague, till Franklin; second. Marjorlo Huth Newlon, MSO North Nineteenth i third, Ituth Ktlxaboth Ross, M81 Miami. Class 1 Hoys, S to 13 month: Klrst, Philip Uaber, HIS North Hlxhtoenth; sec ond, Samuel McClenenhnn, Htl ' North TWenty-nlnth; third, ltobert llrowu. Helrn apartments. Class 2-Cllrls, 1! to 18 months: Viral Helen Galbralth, 718 Swoetland avenuu; se-on, Jane Bwan. 1139 Maioy; third. 1 Huth Cohen. 9911 Miami. ' Claim J Uoys: It to IE months: l-'lrat. Warren Steven, MM Taylor; second, Hob crt Nolaml, 8 Corby; third, Jean t'hipps, Nathan apartments. flaaa 3 dlrls, IS to U months: Klrst, katherlno McOInn, Manderson; sec ond, Genevieve Mitchell. 1117 Castellan third, Uernlco italfutts, 3191 North Forty second. Class 3-Boys, 1$ to 24 monthe: First. Herbert Uyner, 1910 South Twenty-elKhth; second, Thomas Hlnn, SOU Cass; third, Ulareneo Flemmlnc, LaVcrve apartments. Older Alien. Class 4-Olrlo, 24 to 50 months! First, Catherlno Itance. Xli Corby; second, Chrlstlnn Foral, 17U South Ninth; third. Corlna Cummins, 1009 Fowler avenue. Class 4 Uoys. 14 to 20 rhonths: First, William race, S9 North Nineteenth; sec ond. Edward How, 1104 South Thirty fourth; third, Kdwen Kenebeck, 2211 Din ncy. Class S-Olrls. W to 38 months; First. Laulso Austin, 1115 Ohio: second, Uyrl MMvln. 274 Crown Point avenue; third, Uernlco Nlhleen, 3SS3 Patrick avenue. Class J-Boys. 30 to M months: First, George Halt. Waterloo, Neb.; second, Charles Onrtlon. US South Twenty-ninth; third, Hobcrt Hyde. 2711 South Forty first. Claaa 0-Qlrls. 96 to 42 months: First, Katherlno Hatn. 18es South Twenty eighth; second, R, Cox, Calhoun, Neb.; thlnl, Ituth Correa. Clara P Uoys. 98 to 48 months: First, Robert Clark, JSSi Decatur; second, nich ard Heed, 3D0S North Sixteenth; third. Uert DavlJ. 338 North Fortieth. Ilia Turn. Mr, McCaudle's untoward behavior- 1mc InK the ovenlnR out was scrvlns as tha. toplg of thh customary eurtaln-lectur'e "I trust I have made myself plain," Icily continued his bettor half, In the early stages of her preparations for retiring. Her crushed, downtroddon victim, cast tnR a hnpstnrtl ey In her direction, ffdve vent to a hollow chuckle. "Ycf. my dear," he asiented! "I cannot but acknowltdao that you havo." And durlnpr the period of scornful silence which ensued, McCaudle dropped eff to peaceful slumber -Judrte, Early Showing of Smart Mid-Summer Apparel Is For Particular Women and Misses Never have the summer frocks mid dreasos been so beautiful us this season The Dainty embroidered voiles The pretty colored ratines The smart figured crashes and voiles The beautiful now colored fabrics Combined with tho roost fetching ot aummor styles, with tholr ru'fflos. frills, Russian tunics, silk bolero offocts, and tho bustlo und tunic drapes. 1 Now croatlons ot strlpod ratine, shadow laces, Hhmlo voiles, crashos, otc, In nil tho soaBon'n popitlnr shades ot blues, malzo, groons, tango, rose, etc., at 9115.00, $30.00, $40.00 nnil $r0.00. Voile Dresses Pleasing Innovations In tho dainty printed voiles, cotton marqulsotto and colored crash, striped rnilno, aro shown In drcssos at 910, 922.no and 925. Summer Frocks Dainty ltttlo summor frocks In colors nnd whlto. Plnln nnd figured materials with tho new rlpplo, drapo and tunlo skirts. Special at .50. OS, 910 and $12.50. Silk Suits for Summer at $35.00 Drossy two and threo-plcco silk aults for tho coming soneon protty sklrtn or dresses with tho smart loose Jacket b to match. Made of charmouso, pop lin and moire. Priced, B5. Gra.dua.tion and Commencement Frocks A showing of tbo daintiest dresses tor tho young graduate. Sheor organdlos, dainty lawns, voiles, crepes, etc., with flno lacos and embroideries. New models with tho slnglo and doublo tunics. Prlcos at 97.00, 910, 912.50, 91B, up to 925. Tho now tango flounco or dancing skirt stylo and tho ntralght cut models In good, practical colors, at 9U.08, 95.00 nnd 95.08. Crepe de Chine Petticoats New Auto Coats Copies of late French motor coats of imported novelty .cloths, at $25, $35,- $39 and $49. Summer Coats ' Practical and dressy-for snin- mer wear over light dresses. vDlack unl desirable colors,- 910 to 910. r 1 15! Columns of the Are guide posts which point the , . ? -s) 1 ''I'lnT Better turn to the Real Es tate columns and run your eye over the offers. When you stop to think . that you may easily learn of an opportunity, to dou ble your money in a few years -or a chance for .conservative prof its in an established realty center you can see that a "glance in time" may pay you all the way from $200 to $5,000 within a year. Perhaps it has never occurred to you that reading The Bee's Real Estate columns is just like stopping at a street corner where 1 every one with an in vestment opportunity is calling out his offer. Senator Ingalls says in his famous poem that Opportunity knocks but once. Opportunity , knocks at your door every day . through the Real Estate columns" " of The Bee. The ability to rec-: ognize its call will mean lifelong success, prosperity and happi----' ness.foryou. v""v Keep yourself posted on the Real Estate market every Way, Keep in touch with the main market ol opportunities forOma-'.;. ha people. A daily paper al ways contains the latest infor-. ' mation and the Real Estate col- . umns of The Bee always con tains up-to-the-minute chances ?v of a lifetime. " ' Read the "Opportunity News" in the Want Ad Section