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THE REE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1911.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
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I. ICttt, W. M.ah. Pat. Drafting
A stayer, UM XiareA.r.n
- Mayers started suit for divorce
Mfcast Juim H. Meyers la district court
elab will hold K. annual f,a pen.n
Saturday night. There will be torn eat
ing. Hni handbaU playing- ul a gen
eral food time.
Trollee1 Bide fo Chrlsma Bosae
ike Peopie of the Chrluea bom at
Council Bluffs were givan a. trolley ride
10 TJoraaca ud return oa tha afternoon
of September .
Bmllion TIlUrN re tha Limit Pm o-
nar Olbba and Oaorga Bonner, charged
with grand larcenr for stealing bullion
from a Union Pacific railroad box ear,
offarad to plaad guilty to a charge of
petit larceny la criminal oourt Friday
and were given, the limit, thirty days in
Bepalre at TederaJ Building- XTU-
Uan Bellamy, a local plumber has baa
ewaj-ded tha contract for making tba an
nual repairs and gnaral ovarbauilng of
tha plumbing throughout tba federal
building. Tha amount Involved la car.
George 6. Collins, another coal contrac
tor wee given tha Job of erecting a roof
over the platform used by the Weather
bureau on top of the Federal building.
Tha amount of Collins bid was 1200.
Man aad WUi Wake Tp William
Johnson wn bound over to the
district court oa bond of IM fnQay
morning by Judge Crawfordon a charge
of wire abanduiui-.j-nt. Johnaon p.aadad
fullty to tba charge. After the pi.
tnary hearing Jonnaon waa granted leave
to talk to h.a wife and later announced
that a reconciliation could be affected.
Judge Crawford aa.d he would dismiss
the mm as aoon as both parties signed
fraternal Order of Bag-lee Omaha
Aerl . n met Thursday evening,
wort i.rient XV m. Kennedy In the
chaii ij.1 candidates were Initiated.
Inter, k ... adresnes were delivered by
A. C. Kugel, Julius 8. Cooley. and Frank
taway. The next meeting will be Thurs
day, October 3h, and meetings will be
he.d regularly every Thursday evening,
during the fall and winter. The enter
tainment oommlttee plans to have a
monster stag social on the evening of
Thursday tha 12th of October.
AFFAIRS ATjSOOTH OMAHA
Policeman 6 mall Suspended for Ton
Days by Brigv
A LUGE ASSAULT OS PEIS0NXE3
If Evidence la ra4 te Sahataa Hate
Charge Cat HI Oa Before
Bear- far Trial at Early
High School Cadet
Ulub Electa Officers
The Cadet Officers' club of tha Omaha
High school met Thursday afternoon for
the first time and elected officers for the
comics yaar. Prof. Nathan Bernstein of
tha faeuky presided at tha meeting until
the president was elected.
There are forty-four commissioned offi
cers la the cadet regiment thia yaar. but
only thlrty-itx were preaent at the elec
tion. The only cloaa contest waa over
the election of the president, tha winner
being elected by only two votes majority.
Tha Cadet Officers' club la one of
the time-honored affairs of high school
unitary Ufa It Is made up exclusively
f senior boys who have reached promo
tion to a oommlaaioned officer in tha
cadet regiment of tha high school after
threa years of drill. The purpose of the
club la to regulate the general military
affairs of tha school and to promote af
fective orguUsatloa of tha commissioned
Ia addition to tha military aide there
la a social Ufa connected with the club
Each winter aa elaborate hop la given
by tha club, at which time all tha officers
appear In dress uniform with their ac
coutrements. The club hop will be held
this year at Chambers' academy on Feb
ruary 16. and will be In charge of Lieuten
ant Haruld Thomiu.
The following officers were elected for
the coming year: President, Rex Houl
ton, captain of Company B; vlca presi
dent. Vergil Rector, major of the Flrat
battaUon; secretary. Charles Shook, first
lieutenant of Company F; treasurer. WUI
Noble, captain of Company E; sergaant-at-armu,
Dave Bowman, captain of Com
A Break far Liberty
from stomach, liver and kidney trouble Is
made when a 3c box of Dr. King's New
Life Pills Is bought. For sale by Beaton
teqaittal la Dow Caaw,
CRESTON, la.. Sept. 3. (Special.)
After balloting six times a verdict of
acquittal waa brought In last night by tha
Jury la the Dow murder case about 11:10
o'clock. Judge Maxwell was summoned
and the other court officials, together
with tha accused man and his friends who
kept the vigil with him, and tha verdict
f Iillinery on Spe
cial Sale Sat'rdy
Tha delightful Frenrn
manner of creating hats
mkea tha millinery from
Paris tha moat fashionable
of aU tha world.
We are showing a beauti
ful variety of French atylea
poaaaaaing a youthful ap
pearance that Imparts to
trie wearer aa irreaistlble
A trend our fashionable
opening oa Monday.
M floor. City Beeional
The action 1 1'
plaint made j J
that Small : W
1th a bunch ' fft
Original and Gfrnlnt
Tka Food-drink (or All Afts.
Mart Healthful than Tea or Coffee.
Agrees with iKe weakest digrtwi.
Delicious, fiviijoriting and nutritious.
fvirh mux. waited grain, powvicf form.
A qokk Innck yrtp&rti ia a mincta,
falg bo jaJatltaHv JbktarHOiUJCrS.
Other arn imitations.
Police Officer Jacob Small was sus
tended for ten dsys yatrdsy mominj
by Chief Briggs for alleged crjeiry to
Nick Salistren. a prisoner
oi me cniet followed a com
by Salistren, who alleged
struck him over ths hesd with
of keys. Tha man nut a wounded head
into evidence in support of his assertion.
Officer dmalU whan called up on the
carpet by the chief denied that he had
struck Salistren. Other officers about
the nation admit that Officer Small did
go down Into the cell rooms, but fur
ther than that they knew nothing of ths
Pending Investigation Chief Briggs sus
pended Small for ten flays.
Officer Small has Oen tn trouble re
cently and his case became more or
lees a cause "calebra" because of tha di
vision cauaed by It among the members
of tha fire and police board. Tha case
of Small was In fact the last straw
that provoked the apposition to force the
Issue upon the two members of the board
now under fire. At that time the board
after a trial reinstated SmaU, although
the period of suspension Imposed oa him
by tha rhlet had not elapsed.
The present case may eventuate In a
reunion of the board member. For
some days there has been talk of a get
together movement among the members
of the board for the purpose of nullify
ing; the Imminent ouster proceedings
brought against Members Ryan and PI
vonka. An effort looking toward the re
union was made Wednesday evening, but
no results came out of the movement.
There Is a feeling among tha friends of
tha commissioners that a quiet compro
mise will effect a great deal, and among
other things there was a talk of a sus
pension of thirty days for Small.
If evidence tending to prove the charges
of Salistren Is found the matter wlU
probably go before the board and Small
will again have to make a fight to re
tain his star.
Ma y Be White Slave Caa.
Mrs. Mary Clark, a whits woman re
siding on L street between Twenty-first
and Twenty-second street, was arrested
last night by Captain Hank Enrfelder and
a squad of police on the charge of run
ning a disorderly house. An investiga
tion by the police created a suspicion
that the place waa being made tha head
quarters of a white slaver.
Yesterday morning Probation Officer
O. B. Carver brought to the local police
station lira. Millie Barton, a sixteen-year-old
white glrU taken in company with a
negro In Omaha. The Barton girl, who
la white, said she had been married at
fourteen. She told ths police that the
Clark woman had Introduced negro men
to herself and another white s"trl named
The police, after having considered a
plan, went to the place last night about
9 o'clock. They found the Clark woman
and two negro men In the place. In
vestigation may warrant the placing" of
a more serious charge against tha woman.
The negroes arrested with her were Frank
Crow and Henry May.
Sqaeesed Gooea to Death.
Three Sarpy county farmer coming un
der the general designation of Joha Doe
and Richard Roe, are wanted badly by
the constable attached to Justice Cald
well's court. Also Mrs. Toney Salenski
of Thirty-sixth and W street wants the
same farmers and value in coin for a
dead goose that passed over through
the ministrations of tha sons of the soil.
Mrs. Salenakl told tha court that on laat
Monday she was the owner of a dosan
geeee. The three reubena returning from
a day'a outing In tha city engaged tn a
discussion as to tha comparative amount
of strength possessed by them. The Ions
farmer made a bet that he waa the
strongest. The short man called his bet
and made a pot of twenty dollars to go
to the winner. The thin man not to be
outdone, contributed another ten spot and
agreed that the whole should go to the
strongest man. in test waa to aqueess
a goose to death with the naked handa
Ura. Salenski unwitting and unwillingly
supplied the goose. The short man won
and collected the thirty from Peter Sara-
oskl, who was tha holder of the bet.
They left the dead goose but no money
to pay Mrs. Salens Itl. Now Mrs. Sal
enski wants damages and the court and
constabls will aid her la getting the three
strong farmers. The only trouble, said
the Justice, is that it will be difficult
to gat a conatable to arrest three strong
Xaffttt Cadtr Arrest.
Oerar Moftltt was arrested this morning
by Captain of Police John Dworak on a
charge of assault and battery committed
against a colored woman at Twenty-fifth
and P atrefets last Mondsy night.
According to the police, Oscar, a few
days ago urged thereto by Jealousy sent
word to his duaky asms that ha waa com
ing out to "carve her up." He came
Monday night and In a tussle is said to
have cut the woman on the handa Than
ha escaped to Omaha. Wednesday night he
thoughtfully telephoned the same woman
that ha waa going to coma down and kill
her- She telephoned tha police and Cap
tain Dworak went out after Oscar. Ha
caught him yeaterdey morning at Twenty
fifth and P streets.
Boosters In .
At the rgu!ar meeting of the
Omaha Booster's club last night It was
determined to petition the elty council
tor the creation of a special lighting dis
trict in the business section of the city.
W. H. Marsh of the electric eompany ad
dressed the moetinx and explained the
desirability of tha new lighting system.
Accord n to ths plan propoaed tha busi
ness district will bs lighted by ornamental
Tame arcs burning 2.0CO cand:s power psr ;
'.amp. There will be three lamps to a !
block giving an aggregata candle power
of .). The cost will approximate H6 j
per year, halt to be paid by the dty-at-
large and half by tha abutting property I
owners. Tna new lyiwra win oa in ao i x
cord with a provision of the new charter I
which authonsee apecial lighting districts. &
Tha club also took up tor consideration
tha project of holding a wild weat show
on the afternoon of October 4. The matter
waa placed tn the hands of ths various
committees who will proceed to make tha
proper preparations for tha celebration.
Father Joanltla. pastor of ths Lithuan
ian church commer.aea rne wont or trie 5
the ! .
fe'hode, like habits are eon
tlnuaily chanson. Teeteriay a
met.Toila are ! Med for tod iv
If tha same memo. la aa ware uard
year a were emoioyed to build
the Woodmen nf tne world budd
ing, the etruettire would tana
years to complete, in fact we
doubt if it would ever have bn
commenced. It la the atralajht
from the ahonlrler me'hod that Is
uccnessful today We uae It
Honest, open and above board
methO'le are min. One price to
all an 1 that price tha lowest enn
atarent with gd quaittv We
atiopted this method year aai.
tts aui-caaa baa proven its correctness.
Get on a
by coming here. Your wanta ara
looked after carefully In our anoe
section. Your feet are fitted prop
erly became we have every size
and every width. Not any old
pair to force your feet Into, but a
well fitting pair, to fit correctly,
and with comfort. That's our
system. Be it man or woman our
large stocks and variety of gtyles
make the choice easy. All the
new shapes tn all leathers.
Hen's and Women's
Upwards to $4.00
THERE'S MORE IN OUR FALL AND
WINTER CLOTHES THAN MEETS THE EYE.
"Wear only will discover the dollar for dollar ralne. But if you will look at
yourself in our clothes before our big mirrors you will beirin to understand and
you will see how you can save the mony that has heretofore gone elsewhere with
little profit to you. No better clothes, or more reasonably priced can be found
anywhere. A broad assertion we admit, but we can always back up what we My.
IT ISN'T WHAT YOU PAY-IT'S WHAT YOU BUY
For instance there ia nothing remarkable in a suit or overcoat at $20.00. It is
what we sell you for that price that is remarkable. If we, too, fell into the com
mon practice of sacrificing quality to make a cheap price, suits that cost $20 else
where could by reason of our unique facilities and our fixed underselling policy
be obtainable at the Nebraska for $16.00. "We have a standard and comparatively
few manufacturers are able to satisfy ua.
Particular men, men of discrimination, are invited to examine our new clothes
for fall and winter.
Prices From 510.00 Upwards to $40.00
WHY NOT SELECT YOUR
FALL HAT TODAY?
The newest and cleverest hat gtyles are here tn a profusion
ef most fashionable styles. Every dlmentlon and style that Is
In demand by up-to-date dressers is In our hat store. If you've
a preference simply state It if you've none, then it'll take but a
few minutes to acquire one just now the soft hat predominates.
HERE ARE THE HATS THAT HAVE MADE OUR
"HAT STORE" SO MUCH TALKED ABOUT.
John B. Stetson bats from "Good Old
America." $3.50 upwards.
High grade Velours from Austria
(We have been told that other prominent
stores sell this hat for $5.00)
J Morley & Sons, London, England,
Guban, Germany, soft hate
Our celebrated Rutland hats
Asbury hats, "the rlfht hat at the right
Law ton bats, the world's best
Nebraska Special Hats
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"Tho Mouse of
Men's Hone 25c -A wonderful value
Saturday in Lord A Taylor's onrx
silk hosiery for
Men's Hose 12 He Light and med
ium weight lisle finished, seamless
hoae, a very special
Men's Garters 5c A very good Cm
quality of elastic
the Injured boy hurried him to Omaha
tor treatment. McDermott reaides at
Twenqr-thlrd and L street.
Macto City Goaap.
The Omaha Bee branch office Is now lo
cated at 2118 N street In tna Brandes
Mr. and Mrs. James Tlvy, 309 North
Eifhteenth street, announcs the blrtn of
For sale, large heating stove cheap,
quick. Apply Bee Office, South Omaha.
Alois Swoboda and wit ot 378 North
Nineteenth street are rejoicing over the
birth of a girl.
Winona lodge No. 22S, M. B. A., will
meet Fndav night, September 22, for a
rorsrent. for store of office. 62S N. 34th;
good location tor anv business, reasonable,
Apply Bee Office. South Omaha.
The birth of a daughter is reported at
the home of Mr and Mrs. John Biles. &i
South Eighteenth street.
Mrs. P. 8. Shields entertained ths
Ladles- Aid society of the First Metho
dist church yesterday afternoon.
The high school foot bail team ni out
practicing every evening at tha Koutsky
cam pus, Twenty-fourto and O streets.
BUY Cherokee COAL now, 14.00. E. H.
Howland Lumber Co., 517 N. 24th St.,
Phone South 7; Independent F-15o.
'Phone Bell South siiS Independent F
14 for a case of Jetter Goid Top. Prompt
delivery to any part of city. William
E. C. Archibald of UT15 Missouri avenue
reported ta tha police that some one had
stolen 130 worth of plumoers' tools from
A mile of concrete work on Thlrty-slith
and Q streets Is completed and the con
tractors began yesterday to lay the brick
Coal, money talks. 2.000 lbs. Cherokee
Nut coal. J4. Special price, act quick.
Broadwall, Roberts Co., Phone 9.
The Board of Education refused to as
sist the council in defraying the expense
incident to the employment of an auditor
of the public accounts.
A team of horses recently bought by the
f.re department wss taken back by the
onirlnal owners because the council re
fused to vote the money to pay for the
City Engineer George Roberta left yes
terday for Chicago, where be will attend
the good roads contention. After the
meeting in Chicago he wtu go to Grand
Rapids. Mich., whore he will attend a
meetlra; of tha Association of Municipal
William Jackson, aged 80 years, died
lest mwht of pneumonia at his late rasl
dnee, nM North Twenty-seventh street.
The body was removed to Larktn s under
raking rooms, where It Is held pending
further arrangements by the family.
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The beautiful rich fabrics used for Adlcr's Collegian Clothes
thia fall and winter season surpass anything ever before
attempted in men's apparel. The new and fashionable
weaves, patterns and shades are alone sufficient to commend
an Adler Collegian Suit or Overcoat to the man who seeks
individuality in his dress, but coupled with the Adler Collegian
superior tailoring system, an insurance for smartest style and
correct fit, these garments are the pre-eminent clothes of
the year. And Adlcr's Collegian Clothes arc not high priced;
$15 to $30 is the price range.
Our new Fashion Book will be sent free to any address
on request. We will also tell you where these distinctive
clothes may be seen in your locality.
club and promised co-operation on
paxt ef himself and his parisnioaara. He i
told the oiuh that It was his aim to make
his eountrymen permanent residents of j ?
aouth Oman and American citizens. , .
A number of booster buttons and cards I
were distributed to the members. '
Br Break Lea:. 1
Willi mine a oicycie on Twenty-tmra
etrest. near I street, yesterday evening.
George XcOermutU U years old, collided
with a motorcycle and broke hie left leg.
The police, who witnessed the accident.
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