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ELKS I10LB SERVICES SUNDAY
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PUBLIC WVil'LD TO CEEEMONY
Imrmilrt RKn Will Be Solemnised
In Every Lode of I'aHee) States
I,oeJ Her Has I.o RIb; la
teen Men Darlaa; Year,
Members of the Omaha lodge. Benevo
lent and Protective Order of Elks and the
mineral public will assemble at the Boyd
theater Sunday morning at 11 o'clock to
War the memorial ritual of the order pro
nounced . for the members of tho antlered
lierd who have been called by death. This
la an annual event In the affairs of the
Elks and Is one In which friends of the
Indue and the public Is Invited to partici
pate. The memorial service of the Elka Is one
f the moot beautiful and Impressive cere
lripnlee"known to fraternal orders. It Is a
genuinely public service, with no element
of secrecy about It. Throughout th United
Ptate on Sunday the various lodges of
Elks will hold similar services at 11 o'clock
In honor of the memory of the "absent
As Is generally known there Is marked
significance In the hour of 11 among the
men who wear the antlers. This Is not a
matter of secrecy, for the badges of the
Elks bear tha familiar clock with the
hands pointing toward the hour of 1L No
matter whether there be change of time
over the broad expanse of country, by
reason of various degrees In longitude the
hour of 11 Is Indicated as the time for
holding memorial services throughout the
Tha Elks' lodge la distinctly an Amer
' lean organisation; It was founded by Amer
icans In this country and has no foreign
affiliation of any kind. The Stars and
Stripes. Is on of its most significant In
signia; During the last year Omaha lodge, No.
19, has-lost eighteen men by death. The
total death roll of the lodge Is over ninety.
There are 1,000 atclve Elks In the Gate
City, and these will gather at the lodge
hall In the Ware block Sunday morning at
10 o'clock and will march In a body to
tha Boyd theater. Beats will be reserved for
members of the lodge, but the house will
be .thrown open to. the public
Following Is the program:
.a . Chamber Music Trio.
Opening Ceremonies Exalted ruler and
officers of tha lodge.
' Invocation Acting Chaplain Brother Carl
O. Divine Redeemer Gounod
Rock of Ages Remlck
Crossing the Bftr Lewis
Elks' Lodge Quartet.
Eulogy Brother John A. nine.
.'. PART 11.
Trlo In Fffirst movement) Gade
- . Chamber Music Trio.
From the Depths Campana
. Mrs. Root. ,
Like as the Heart Deslreth ...Allltsen
, Miss Loveland.
To Our Absent Brothers Lewis
, , , Elks' Lodge Quartet.
Address Brother Arthur C. Wakeley.
Hymn For All the Saints, Who From
Their Labors Rest Barnby
Te Ileum Laudamus We Praise Theo,
O God ( Buck
Anthem Lovely, , Appear (Redemp
tion) . Gounod
Anthem While the Earth Remalneth..
Trinity Cathedral Choir.
Closing Ceremonies Exalted ruler and
of fleers of tha lodge. . -
Brothers and . Audience..
'..;. ! ARTISTS.
' Klks Lodge Quartet Mr. J. R. Gerke,
first . tenor; Mr. W. 8. Rlgdon, second
tenor; Mr. C. P. Lewis, baritone; Mr. C. S.
Haveratock,Jiass. . (
Chamber Music Trio Mr. Henry Cox,
violin; Mr. Paul Tulleya. . 'cello; Miss
brown,' piano. ,
: Bololetn Miss Hasel Loveland, soprano;
Mrs. A. I. Root, contralto.
Mies Estelle Brown At the piano.
Trinity Cathedral Choir 'sixty voices)
Mr. Ben Stanley, director; Mrs. Ben Stan
ley, soprano; Miss Dalxy Hlggins, con
tralto; Mr. Walter B. Wllklns, tenor; Mr.
George J. 8.. Collins, bass.
Memorial Committee D. B. Welpton,
chairman," William 1. Klerstcad, E. E.
Howell. General C. F. Manderson, John
M, Daugherty. .
. ' Watches FRENZER-lb;: and Dodge.
Gcts a Verdict
Obtaini $842 in Record Suit Against
' . Omaha . Ice and Cold Stor- -age
Tha record suit of the present term, of
CUt i let court camo to an end this morning
when the Jury , returned b verdict for WU
gainst - the. Omaha Ice and Cold Storage
company In favor of Hana Christiansen.
The trla began November U.
. The' Jury, . which has been anting under
Judge Kennedy these weeks,' took the case
at 4:J p. m. Thursday and deliberated all
night. An agreement was not reached until
.The suit I a. record one for the length
of. ttm taken in consideration with the
comparatively small amount at stake. The
plaintiff asked 11.806 for damages allegd
done te Ma farm near Carter lake by over
flow from - a dam built by the Ice com-
All East, Omaha manifested an Interest
In the cajt and nearly all East Omaha
came' to give testimony. The attorneys let
no possible point of law get by without a
battle and went to the mat over the ex
amination of practically every witness.
One member of the Jury, Rev. J. W.
Flook. enlivened proceedings by marrying
a . pair from Coin, la., one day recently,
and .the Jurymen, who considered them
solves groomsmen, chipped in and bought
a dosen silver forks and knives for tne
bride, Mrs. Ira Lavely.
DR. HENRY IS NOT CERTAIN
7 YET ABOUT HIS FRATERNITY
ra Ife More Bnsiaeaa la Oman at
j Present . Bust Meeting I
t""For the present the Christian Fraternity
will do no business (n Omaha," said Dr.
W. O. Henry. Its founder and general chair
man, who has returned from, England.
"By special cablegram from , London I
ordered the company to 'close up' Ita busi
es for reports Indicated that affairs were
In generally muddled condition."
Dr. Henry came direct to Omaha after
ordering the company to cloee up its aft Irs
in Omaha. ' He sailed from Liverpool on
the liner Mauretanla and after reaching
Ktfw Tork took the first train for Omaha.
. "What steps will be taken to adjust the
mi fairs of our concert). I cannot state."'
ays .Dr. Henry.1 "I have not had an
efportunlty to confer with the Omaha
Of 'leers and, stopping as I was thousands
v . .
Great Special Sale
A Tremendous Purchase, Including Many Samples from One
of the Best Manufacturers of Belfast, Ireland.
Many Actually Yorth
50c Each, at .....
4 Handkerchiefs for $1 In a
make (for which we are sole agents,
Women's fine lambskin gloves, al
so misses' lined leather gauntlets
worth $1, Qp
at, pair UJV
Women's, misses' and children's leather gauntlets
bargain square, at, a pair ..,
THE LATEST CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES in
WOMEN'S NE CKWEAR
Lace Jabots, in oriental, fine Val., croclfet, cluny and Venise
effects fancy lace, embroidered and beaded stocks, tail-
ach.ck.8: T:. 25c-50c-98c
DIG SALE OF HOLIDAY RIBBON
Satin ribbon, satin taffetas, baby ribbons, holly, Dresdens
and plaids all colors, up to 5 inches wide on sale at, per
yard ....... ; .............. .t . . ;lc, 5c,.10c and 15c
SS WINTER UNDERWEAR
Women's fleeced lined union suits in gray and cream all
sizes, at ....... . .69c
Women's Vests and Pants fleece lined, in cream and white
all sizes, at ... i 39c and 49c
Misses', Children's and Boys' Vests, Pants and Drawers
fleece lined extra good quality, each 19c
Women's long sleeve Corset Covers taped waist and nock,
at, each 19c
SPECIAL PRICES ON HOSIERY
Women's and men's fine imported lisle thread and cotton
Hosiery silk embroidered boot and silk clocked OC
many worth 50c a pair, at, pair ' a 31
Women's and men's fine cotton and lisle -I ill-, A,
finish hosiery, pair. Lulvmvj
Women's and Men's Imported Thread Silk Hosiery All
over lace and lace boot patterns plain 7Ca 0 Q i
black and fancy light shades, pair I DLvOC
of miles from tha roal seat of trouble, I am
Hot thoroughly conversant with the local
"Vbn Dr. Henry's cablegram to "close
up" 'reached Btate Auditor Barton, Mr.
Barton, instead of complying, communi
cated with Jchn W. Hansel, general man
ager, and tha result was an effective pro
test against the "close up" mandate. The
Insurance risks were transfered to the
Security Mutual Life Insurance company
of Lincoln and the Board of Control of the
Fraternity met and decided to try to keep
the old ahtp floating despite Dr. Henry's
failure to supply the munitions of war
promotion funds. A meeting of the direc
tors is expected to be held In a few days
to determine future action.
HIS FAITH CATCHES A FALL
P. Lladaay Leaves $40 with the
Hroner ttmm mm 'New HK
' '! ri Him.'
T. Lindsay trusted friend from Mon
tnt with bis porketbook that contained
M and a certificate of deposit for l0 at
the Omaha National bank while he went
More than 200 styles to select
from. On bargain square at reg
Sheer linen lawn and cambric
handkerchiefs, fine hand em
broidered, hemstitched border.
Hand drawn thread, cross
bar, checked and plaid effect.
American and Vol. lace bor
ders. Hand embroidered initials.
Plain hemstitched border linen
lawn. Shamrock lawn and linen
Japanese and China silk hand
kerchiefs, colored silk, embroid
ered and silk embroid"ed initials.
Also plain hemstitched, white,
solid colors and barred.
fancy Xmas box, if you wish.
and Cape Gloves one and two
clasp new colors fitted to the hand
Kid Gloves the famous Perrln
evening shades, pair.
Glove Bonds make the best of all Christmas
Gifts the best makes of gloves,
Fancy Glove Boxes for gift gloves at our hand
kerchief dept. -
Women's, misses' and children's
wool gloves and mittens f r
' all sizes, at, pair C
In a resort to hunt a friend. He thought
by leaving his mc :ey on the-ouUlde he
would not be subjected to the dangers of
being robbed, but the Montana man waa
missing when he returned. He reported
the matter to the police and asked them
to find the stranger, but he was going
south when last heard from.
Frightened latto Kite
by fear of appendicitis, take Dr. King's
New Life Pills, and away goes bowol
trouble. Guaranteed. 25c For aale by
Beaton Drug Co.
YOUNG ROGUES ARE CAUGHT
Tw Grlaaell Boys Wkt Steal Meney
Come West Are Headed
Bernard Smith and Lloyd Brown, two
U-year-old boys from Orlnnell, la., . were
picked up by the police offlora in the rail
road yarda this afternoon on suspicion of
being runaway boys. Ths Orlnnell officer
were notified and It waa ascertained that
young Brown waa wanted there for steal
ing fl0 from a neighbor named Effler.
Fifty-four dollar was found In possession
$ Mod.,. I K Vl Trr
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AXIIT SJPTCIAX.8 TOB SAT
VB.DAX. Flir Iyr Cake (S layers) made
of goMen ellow layer rakes,
with fir fllltnir. lred with
morsh mallow tcelns-. A regular
80o cake for tPaturday only)
Whipped Cream 1'uffs, dos....40o
Chocnlate Kclalrs, each Bo
KpanlHh Buns, each BSo
Ha Ilss, each 85e
Avsnrted ISyer Cakes, each . .300
Pound Cakes, each 30o
Princess Fruit Cakes, each ..BOo
Iotus Fruit Cakes, each 40c
Boston Brown Bread, each 8 St lOo
Rye, Graham, Vienna, Pullmnn,
and Home Made Bread, Brain
Bread, Assorted Buns, etc.
CoerUtj't Brail Brnt. A Ctrtaii Rkk
SPECIALS XV CKEEBB DIPT.
York State Foill Cream, lb. ...8Bo
Imported Swiss Cheese, lb. ,.30o
Domestic Swiss Cheese, lb. ..BOo
Rond Ost. Cheese, lb 9So
Prem Ost. Cheese, lb 900
Goat Milk Vhrtiu, lb 40o
Pult Ost. Cheese. Ib 16o
Imported Camembert Cheese 3So
Karlen's Pimento Cheese, lb. lOo
Appetltnst Cheese, lb Bo
Imported Edams, large, each $1.10
Five Dollars g)
.rM. buys a beautiful gold brooch suitable for a Christmas
yf X gift. We have others ranging 16.00, $7.00, J10.00 and up. iff
ft 4 1 ur "tart 18 'oil ot Christmas suggestions. Look fur j M 1
1310 Douglass Street
You will find
where to buy the
best birds of var
ious breeds un
der the head
in the want ads.
If you have poultry you
can sell it by advertising
your ptock in The Bee. The
cost is small, one cent per
word per day, or $1.50 per
line per month.
Want Ad Dept.
THE Qr.mUA BEE
The "good enough for the
. boy" Idea in buying shoes Is
The best in shoes is none
too good for the boys. They
give their shoes harder wear
' than a man does, and it Is a
waste, of money to buy them
If our kind or boys shoes
cost a trifle more they are
worth It, and' we guarantee
every Pir to be satisfactory.
i to 5W
LITTLE GENTS' SIZES
10 H to 13 W
Drcxel Shoe Co.
1(19 Faraara Street.
of the boys. Each of the lads had taken
tha precaution to stow away a 120 bill In
the toe of one of their shorn, the remainder
being hidden In various parts of their
The lads confessed to the theft and said
they wrre on their way west to grow up
with the country. No formal charge was
lodged against them and they agreed to
the return of the balance 'of tha money to
the party from whom It waa stolsn.
Brown's father Is now enroute to Omaha
to get the boy.
CAMDT IFECUIS TO BATVM
DAT. Blsck Walnut Pongee, lh. .'. ...SBo
Made of Porto Rica molasses and
cane sugar, with fresh, black
walnuts. Sure to please.
Regular prlco 40c per lb., Satur
day, per lb 8o
We are mnklng specialty of
Our exquisite handles are made
in our own establishment by the
best expert candy maker ever in
Candles of new and unique
kinds dlferent from the same, old
varieties. Skill In blending flavors
makes Courtney's candles doubly
delightful. Sweets that are dif
ferentsweets that are sweeter.
Fosi. Pries Sc tai 10c. Bin yes trie! it7
SFBCIAZ.8 IK nVTt ASD
Imported Endive, lb 40o
Jersey Sweet Potatoes, pk, ,.40o
Fancy Head Lettuce, each ....lEo
Fancy Chicory, each 100
Fresh Artichokes, each ...... BBo
Fresh Pineapples, each 880
Oranges, each lo
Grapefruit, each Be
You will be surprised when yon
see how really "good looking" our
$3.00 boots are. They are made
In patent stocks, In kid with pat
ent tips, or in the new gun metal
leather they are in button or
lace patterns in any size or
width and can be fitted to suit
the most fastldloUB.
FRY SHOE CO.,
16th and Douglas Streets
love, comfort and
DOUGLAS 420. IND. A-H20
FOUNDED BO YEANS AOO
Taft's Dental Rooms
F OU KENT
712 South 16th St.
Apply Ringwalt Bros.,
lath AND J4CK80N
Vneaeelled For Its Beauty and
VikH tvpnlih in I
l THE BEEN YOU LIKE
H HAVE A flASC SENT HOME ft
SIT and W
. "We owe our success to just such exceedingly big values
as we offer you tomorrow in Men's and Young Men's High
Grade Suits nnd Overcoats at ten, twelve-fifty and fifteen
dollars. Every garment represents a high type of tailoring
art, made from pure woolen fabrics, in the season's latest
styles and shades. j
Our Pant Department
Is conceded to be the biggest and best in tho city. Our
,Pant tables are just bristling over with the very best that
the pant market affords at from twenty-five to forty per
cent less than elsewhere. We call your especial attention
to our offerings for tomorrow at
t1l90 R50 and
: N . H II sT - Vbb 1
SPECIALS HI OUR
Suits and Overcoats for
the youngsters, novelty
styles; some of these suits
have two pairs of knicker
bocker trousers; actual $4.00
and $5.00 values, at
The Crown Pipe
No Burning in
This pipe Is made on a different system from all other pipes on the mar
ket. BaliTa, niootine and mil other imparities not absorbed, liut emptied. A
clean, sweet smoke. t
It Is a pipe every smoker should try. One trial will be enough to con
vince him of its. excellence, and, having once tried It. he -vlll use no other.
(Lttentlonl X,adiea. The most aocrptabla Christmas present for a gentleman,
s a Crown Pipe, that does not fill your house with that rank odor so well
known by all married ladles.
PRICE, ONE DOLLAR
TAJfCT PIPES UP VO $8.00.
Take no other. If your dealer does not handle tha Crown Pipe, write or
TOE CROWN PIPE MFG. CO.
115 South 16th St.,
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The Bee for M the Sporting Nbws
Heavy Fleece-lined Under
wear Sizes 2i to 34; regular
50c values at
- Wool Sweater Coats, in all
An Omaha Invention
205 South .5th Street
one year. .$7.00
- . t
I I SO
year. . .$10.00 J
DEC, Omaha, Neb.
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