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1001)$ Angeles Police in List of Klan Members Name of Tltrre Membcri of District Attorney' Office roinnl on rird Ku Klux Holl. , Lo Anfili , CJ., Ai'iil .M, Con femur looking law art! tde impanel in of a Bfjiid jury to iuvrttiiute ic livitirt cl the Ku Klux KUn in Lot Ani!-lf rouniy vrre iUnnrd for to day by lltoitu l.fe Uoolwuie, lis tricl xtornry, nl juugr ol the iu ' While the cuii (err ncct were in pro . .... I' .!.. . 1 Kress, urpuiy tminii aiionirya anti ittuchr of the (tirrill'f office were tipcciiij ,l c'tiiiiiiue their examina nun of the document ami rrgJia cun Wcmioduy at the local lirad- iuiirit 01 V. C luDlirn. grantl iculilm, Pacific domain, Knight of I la- Ku Klux Klan, Already, according lo Mr. Wool wine, cvidrme lu been obtained from the conlmcjird ariiclri definite ly Imkinir the Lot Austin head quarter of the Man with "the recent cnitrdKes" at Jnglcwood, a milmrb of Hi city, and at llakerslkld and Taft. in Kern county, California. Name of three member of the Jitrict attorney' office were found in the Ku Klux Klan lists icized troin the grand goblin's oflice and in addition it is believed the record will reveal that more than a hundred members of the Los Angeles police department were enrolled as alan mcn. Four Held oil Liquor Charge at Nebraska City Nebraska City. Neb., April 28. Two men. giving their names as John Dreath and Dan Kodr and claiming South Omaha a their home, were given 60 days each in the county jail hv Jiidsc ftischof after they had pleaded guilty to charges of illegal possession of about 60 pints of home made hootch. The men were ar rested upon their arrival and their Miitcasos revealed the bottles of li quor when searched. ' Police arrested two Nebraska City young men, William Walls and Arthur Sandals, when they went to get a cache of liquor they had hid den earlier in the day along a creek hank in the northern part of the rity. The police had located the booze and lay in wait for the own ers to appear. 19 1,126 License Plates v ' Are Issued in Nebraska Lincoln, April 28. A total of $2,329,675 in fees from 194,126 license plates for the first three months of the year, is reported by the vehicle registration bureau of the department of public works. With refunds of $803, the total is accordingly reduced. The record of applications, for registration is as follows: Touring cars 174.362 $1,980,557 Trucks 15,369 316.895 Motorcvclcs .. (86 3,389 Lost plates .. 170 170 Trailers 200 1.172 Transfers .... 1,828 3,252 Lost containers 13 13 Lost certi'ates 226 226 Dealers ..... 1.286(1.839PL)23,998 Small Town Fireman Fails to Escape Grand Jury Duty E. P. Thompson of Lyons, Neb., was summoned for federal grand jury , duty. He wrote to Judge Woodrough that he -can't come be cause he is a member of the volun teer fire department. At any time a conflagration might break out in this ' city of 870 persons and he thought hig presence ' might be needed. , Judge Woodrough didn't see the situation the same way and ordered him to appear Monday for jury duty. Tom Dennison Returns. Tom Dennison returned yester day from a visit to Los Angeles, where he met various Omahans, in eluding Charles Lewis, who is mak ing money in the restaurant business. bTOIO DEPARTMENT?! Amateurs Should Inspect "LeaMif Expert TflU How to Slcrr Clear of Common Mistake in Aerial. When) on have found that your aerial is 10 per rrnt perfect, it it well to iiii't your "lead in". wire, an expert on radio state. The "lead in is the wire which runt from the aerial to the receiving set. The first trouble joint is where the "lead-in" jrini the aerial. It should join it either at one el or at the middle cf the aerial. W hen a single wire i nied, the most efficient plan is to have the aerial and "lead-in" wiie all one piece. When a separate "lead-in" wire is ued. it should be joined to the aerial by twisting it on neatly and tightly, then soldering. Unlets soldered, oxidation occur, lowering the efficiency. An insulating tub should he uird where the "lead-in" wire enters the liousc. Anuieura sometimes drill a hole through a casing and just pull the wire through the hole. 1 hat practice will some times cut the receiving range in half. Great care should be taken that the "lead-in" wire should not touch anything which would ground it. There should be no sharp curve in tie "lead-in" and it should lead directly from the aerial to the set. hrom the point w here the ' lead-ui wire enters the house to the recciv ing set it should not be more than live feet at the most the les the Letter. Amateurs occasionally bring a "lead-in" wire down to a basement window and then run it up the base ment stairs and through a couple of rooms. This is the worst sort of procedure. "T SPARKS J. T. Brings and George Fish, ra- ('io experts, gave a demonstration of radio telephony to the Chamber of Commerce of Ralston, Neb., on Wednesday night. Nearly the entire population of Ralston attended. A new device on the radio market to supplant the loud speaking horn a muiiipnone, constructed on Wanted Per Hour Bricklayers . . $1.10 ' Plasterers .... 1.10 Stonecutters . . 1.02 Stoneplanemen .82 Must be Union Men Plenty of work for good mechanics only. Writ or Apply EMPIRE CONSTRUCTION CO. IIS North Clark Strut Chicago, IU. Wanted Carpenters Glaziers . . Par Hew $1.00 . .95 Copper Store Front Men .95 Lathers 1.00 Painters' 95 Plumbers 1.02' Slate and Tile . Roofers .... 1.00 , Tar and Gravel Roofers .... .92, Open shop Only experienced mechanic wanted. Apply by letter EMPIRE CONSTRUCTION CO. Ztt North Clark Street, Chicago, III. j Browning King & Co. "The Store) of the Town" A Tremendous Suit Value Every atom of our purchasing and manufacturing power has been put- into this great event. An event that stands out alone in it Positive Money-Saving Effort Hundreds of handsome suits of world rec ognised superiority of quality and manu facture. Suits that comprise values that sell at $35.00 and at $45.00 one year ago now offered you at. $9 J 00 Every garment an ALL-WOOL production of our own make end bear ing our oldtim reliable guarantee. A siae, a pattern, a model for any man. Gaberdine Coats The only utility worth while for rain or sunshine. These coats are the ' season's favorites -of unusual ' fine quality and handsome belted models. Single and dou ble breasted, quarter satin lined and of durable goodness and lasting style v ALL SIZES Browning, King & Co. 205 15th and Douglas SU. HARRY, H. ABBOTT, Mgr. Elks Bond-Selling Campaign, April 24 to 29 A Thirty-Niner Never Fails YOUR LAST CHANCE To bur our regular 10 cut of delicious RAISIN PIE for Sc is today. This offer (ood WEEK OF APRIL 24 to 2 ONLY All 6 WELCH Restaurants OLD Upholstered Furniture made te look like new. DRESHER BROTHERS Dyers, Cleaners, Hatters, Furriers Tailors and Rug Cktsners 2217 Fames Street AT 0345 lie theory of uiLoeope, Four person pisy li.ira in on tot broad rting iiiiulunfou.ly; California has "fallen' for radio harder thtn any oil er stair, a nee buHrlin stairs, Ohio romet frond and I'tntuyUim and New Voik follow do behind. )Ut:sTio,s The Dancing Master By RUBY M. AY RES. (Cepmsti, n:t ) . J. I. L, Alliance, Neb. a-(l I'sa slemiauMi leaf w aaedj i a rs4wa tttiui f m Weald ., H axnl IS lt al aao red sad ; at ne Mae e Mui.ci(i 7 A IU Tea. III Tea. T. E. H, North PUtu. Ntb. O III Hew lf a time U) a lee rrt.i.l aMMMwet !l Weal Is Ike re. t.nihS f.ni f a .! ai.iuf wit A lit I'ljiuil r. a ImiMiMikl a tall Saw laog sr eivaa rrfaial will remain eaa.inte. (!) fifiaaa la wilre fur wvaia a4 loir. I'wle tHMfe raa ee eits.4 er greater ejiaiamtf. hvangeliet Due. I.os Angclrt, Cat-. April .'H, A. C. Kaiikiu, evangelist and temper ance lecturer, hIio came here to weeks ago front Chicago, died litre yesterday. He is survived by a widow and four daughter!. (Ceellaeid free )e4eea.) The ocll4 dinner at Mine, Sen fall' generally evolved itself ilUO a sort oi cold iter served about 9; but although he knew the ecien uifities of nnJaine's houe perfectly fwrU, Ned l irmrr invariably c,lioe to ignore Ihem and turn up al 7. l liabetli s alone. Madame said she would be in at 7." l.liebrih luld him apologetically, "but she seems ala) i to foiget the time 1 am sorry." "J liere'i no need to apologize, Frmer answered readily. "1 am quite happy and ii( at all hungry," He looked at Huilictli wi.iiullv. "Have you hee danciig today?" he askrd. "Yes, not very much, though. 1 had a natty headache and Madame let rue off ihif alteriioon." "And are you belter?" "Yes." Their eye met and Eliza beth f)uhed. She was feeling terri bly nervous, not so much of the man himself as of the thing w hich she had made up her mind to ask of him. Although she no longer disliked Neil l iimer, she was Indifferent to him, and it seemed appalling to be going to ak hint t lend lirr money, "I can always pay him ba.k; it' no worse than owing him (or my training," was the argument with which she tried to comiort hericlf. 1 he fact that she wanted the money to save fat Koysiou front an no) am and publicity made il all the more dilucult, and yet she knew that for the sake of what he had done lor her in the pat, and because she loved him so well, nothing would really be loo hard a uk for her to ac compliah, Mir looked at the clock: it was pat 7, and al any moment Madame might return. he nerved herself with an effort. "I am glad lo see you alone," she said. "There isat least I want to ak you something." "Something . very important?" Farmer asked .with feigned light ne. "Ves oh, you won't think me very horrid, will you?" she pleaded. "If you were not so sure that 1 could pay you beta, I wouU not thiuk of talking you: )iu know thai. lut ! you've alwa said you were sure, and so has madamr, and so , , S Mie slopped in desperate con fu.ion, and Neil Farmer said uuieilv: "Vou want some money?" He smiled into her distressed eei. "Well, that is nothing so very dreadful 1 thought you always looked upon me as your hanker: I hope you do. How much is it?" Though she was relieved by hi readiness, it embarraed her more I luu ever. She was crimson to the root of her hair as she amwrml him: "It's a lot of money I SU." Farmer got tip. He walked over lo madame's desk and dated a check; then he blotted hi signature on it, and brought it Jatk to Elizabeth, laying it down in her up, "i'leaae till in your own amount, and make it payable to whoever ou wish," he said, tlirahrth looked up with burning eves. "How did you know it was not for me?" she faltered. He smiled ruefully. "1 some w how thiuk you would not have akrd me if it had been for vourself." he said. There was a long silence, which Eliraheth broke agitatedly. "I don't knw how to thank you: I don t know how I shall ever repay ou for all uu have dune for me a it ," He Uuiihrd. "Smie day I'll send in my ac ruunt," he promised, "and ou shall settle it hi oor own way." "And siippo.ing suppling tan never settle il?" He would not take hr scriomly. "Honorable feople !.) pay their debts," he told her laughingly. "And you are the most houoiable little girl 1 have ever met." l or au instant there was some, thing of the old proprietory lone m his voice and Elizabeth shrank back; but there was nothing but friendli ness in hi eye and she took cour. agv agam, "Thank ou-lhnk ou loi than I can say." she said, Mie folded llc check and thrust it into hr liock. A g'eat ld sreiued to have been lifted from h" shoulder. It comforted her to feel thai, although I'al Kston might never know, she had Hone aom thing towards aying oil th debt u In. h kI.j .m .t l. hint. As for Ned aimer, "I can alwav pay him hack when I earn the money," she told herself; both be and mad-tine were so confident oj her success that lately sha had grown more confident hersell, ratle4 In The Hee Mender.) " -" j The, Hem's Bhp Shoe Repairing Wbilt You a Wait Shoe Shine, $c, in the Cash Grocery. Again Hayden Bros, in the Forefront With a Tremendous Cash Purchase of Coats -Suits -Dresses Jtist in From the East in Time for Saturday 500 in the Lot Values $25.00 to $40.00 Dresses $17.75 . 200 Ladies' and Miss es' dresses just received from our New York buyer. All new styles in canton crepes, tafictas, fashion knits and fig ured crepes. AH oizes and, values to $40. A dress for all occasions a dress for everyone and we hope to have everyone here for a dress. Coats $17.75 A big special pur chase of Ladies' and Misses' Coats, "Wraps and Capes just secured by our New York buy ers. All new seasonable merchandise in velours, normandics, pandoras, sliausheens, twill cords and many others of the season's popular mate rials and made by the highest class tailors in the season's best styles. Children's Dresses, $595 $12.60 Values 200 dresses in the lot; pretty ginghams and organdies; in sizes from 6 up to 16. Ladies' and Misses' rSuits, $17.75 ' 200 Ladies' and Misses'Suits in tweeds, English mik-: tures, flannel sport suits, serges and twills.- The kind of suits you see at more than twice the price. Sizes to fit : everyone and every one. a beauty and a real bargain. Children's Sweaters, $4.95 A new shipment of Children's Sweaters and v Knit Capes just in. All colors and sizes, $4.95 We have just 4 dozen Children's and Misses' Silk Dresses in taffetas and pongees. Values to $18.50. Saturday $9.75 Saturday in the ToiletGoodsandGloves : Extra Special 75c Imported Prima rera Fact) Powder, Saturday only . .19t 50c DJer Kiss Powder, at only ........ 37 SOc De Luxe Pow der, at ........ .37 Il Blue Beauty Rose Faca Powder... 69J 50c Armand's Cold Cream Rouge... 334 SOc Pompelan Day ' and Night Creams, ; special at ...... 37t 50c Pebeco Tooth Paste, at ; 33 SOc Aubrey. Sisters' Creams, at .....37 $1.00 Krank's Lemon Cream, at 69 60c Pond's Cold and , Vanishing Creams, special, at .....45 $1.25 Kremola. .89 SOc Cutez Seta. .37 $3.50 Lunch Kit and Thermos Bottle, spe cial, at ......$1.69 75c Rubber Gloves, special, at 29 Glove Sales e Kid Gloves Ladies' 2 large pearl clasps, white kid and French kid gloves; fancy em. backs, colored band tops, a'' V-es, 82.98 $7.50 Kid GloYes-La-jies' 16-button French kid gloves. Paris point, backs, black, white,' mode, beaver, brown and gray, at. -$5.95 Hour Sales In the Apparel Section 10 Till 12 O'clock 20 Dozen Gingham Porch and House Dresses In ladies' and misses' sizes. $1.50 and $2.00 values. Sat urday morning, 10 QKf to 12 o'clock, only, veil' Opossum Chokers Three different shades. Values to $10; two hours onlyl From 10 to 12 o'clock flprQK Saturday, at ..tyOVO Saturday in the Hosiery and Underwear Silk Hose at New . Lower Prices Women's Thread Silk Hose Extra heavy duality, ; in all new shades, double soles and heels. Never sold (or less than $2.50. Saturday, at $2.25 Women's Pare Silk Hose First quality, all wanted shades, all sizes; regular $1.65 values, at ...$1.25 Women's Silk Lisle Rib Top Hose Come in black, white and cordovan; three pairs Saturday tor $1.00 Boys' and Girls' Fancy Roll ' Top Socks In all wanted colors, rea sonably priced. Crepe de Chine or Ra dium Teddies Trim med with georgette crepe or lace and rib bon shoulder straps, in flesh, maize, orchid and blue, at.. $2.98 Crepe de Chine Ted dies Flesh trimmed with lace, crepe or rib bon, at S1.98 Second Floor -v Silk Lisle Union Salts For women, tight knee or shell bottom, band or bodice top; pink or white. Regu lar $1.50 and $1.75 values, at ......98 Women's Fine Lisle Union Suits Pink or white, tight knee or shell bottom, band or bodice top. Regular 98c value, at.... 69 Main Floor Saturday Specials in Wall Paper 30-Inch Blended Oatmeal (Harmonella) Wall Papers Latest colors, blue, brown, green, gray, tan and rose. The newest wall covering for your best room, "i Q Regular 39c value, special J Applique Border to Match. Parlor, Dining Room and Hall Papers Grass cloth, two-tones and gilt stripes. Special, at, 1 1 per roll Papers for Kitchen, Din ing Booms and Halls On sale Saturday, Eg at, per roll All above items told only Dainty New Floral Stripes and All Over Florals Make bright bedrooms, on sale Saturday, - fTl at, per roll . .. ' 2t Papers for Spare Rooms and Back Halls Specially priced Saturday, O per roll with borders and bands Presenting One of the Greatest Sales We Have Ever Offered 1,000 Trim'd Hats, $4.69 Table After Table of Charming Hats, north 97.au, and fiu.oo Transparent Hats, haircloth, lace, vsca braid, leghorn and novelty straws in white, black, brown, navy, sand, tan, pearl, tangerine, pink, peach, canary and combinations poke bonnets, large broadside models, off-the-face shapes, close fitting effects and novelties, trimmed with pins, feathers, flowers, ribbon and , ornaments styles for the miss and the matron the most com prehensive collection of distinctive hats we have ever offered at this price. Sale of Children's, and Misses' Milan Hats Offering Values to $&9S at 91.95 Remarkable selections and values are here displayed in styles unlimit ed for the little miss. Saturday, hats special at S1.95 A Sale of Men's Hats ?3 Values you would never ex pect. Hats that before Easter Hold at much higher prices. Whether you just bought a new hat, or intend buying one, you can't afford to miss this wonderful offer. Burfi-Neh Main Fleer Men's Caps $1.95 For the man who wears a cap, whether it be of tweed or of serge, there is one among this lot that will be sure to please. The values are exceptionally good. Buritet-Naeh Main Floer OOO Men's Shirts $1.65 Broken lots of men's high grade shirts re duced for clearance. Included are shirts of madras, crepes and heavy percales, in good patterns. AH sizes are in the lot. Silk Neckwear 35c A large quantity of silk tics specially priced for Saturday, BuresNath Main Fleer OOO Spring Suits for Men and Young Men There is a certain satis-, faction in wearing a suit that came from our Men's Shop, because the wearer is assured of perfect fit and high grade materials. , Tweeds, serges, worsteds in blues, browns, grays, checks, stripes or mixtures. Priced at $30 $35 HO Burieu-Nash Main Floer Boys' Suits $8.75 Boys' suitssome of them with two pairs of trousers. Browns, grays, and blue serges. Sizes 8 to 16. Special at $8.75 BurreecNaeh Maia Fleer Boys' Wash Suits All colors and many attractive models. -Priced at . ' $1.39 to $5.00 Boys' Blouses $1.00 to $2.50 Boys1 Shirts $1.25 to $3.00 Burfeaa-Naeh Maia Floor OOO Burgess-Nash Company everyqodyS store' 1 --WWMWMWMWW. OLD upholstered furniture made te look like new by our ecientilic clean ing process. DRESHER BROTHERS Djrers, Cleaners, Hatters, Furriers Tailors and Rug Cleaners AT 0345 YOUR LAST CHANCE To buy our regular 10c cut of delicious RAISIN PIE for Be is today. This offer good WEEK OF APRIL 24 to ONLY All 6 WELCH Restaurantu iniVVa-VVir-srVVerarerV u0. c 4