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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1911)
TIIE BEE, OMAHA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20v 1011.
SuoaA) to 6 pen In back, 0 to 1 0 In front, f'rhes 50 t0
Sl.OO- according to size. Drop s. at styles. GO 10 $1.10.
Flannelette Nlslit Drawers, br Z to 10 years, 50 G!
n l 75.
Flannelette Night Godi, 50 81.00 according; to !.
The well known Arnold Knit SleepliiK Garment, with patent
double solis will be found here exclusively; tho price, are from
65 to SI. 75. according to si.e.
Soft and warm. Id pretty colors and with clever nursery pic
tures woven right Into the fabric, either cotton or wool, ar a
source of delight and comfort to the litllo tot. Prices 50? 10
ltlbML2U FARNAM EXHEBT
Omaha an1 territory tributary Is an Im
portant coii.umlntf market fur Idaho's
"Omaha becaune of It Kogrphlcal
location deserves to lecome a rreat dl.
tribuiInK point for thousands of oars of
fruit, live stock, trains, hay and veg
etables bound for the eastern markets.
"Omaha will grow only In proportion
to the growth' and development of the
tributary territory. Our Intmests are
mutual. The territory tributary to Omaha
fWTilshes Idaho with a very desirable
type of farm horn bulldera and Investors.
"My relations with the Omaha busi
ness Interests causes me to conclude that
Omaha will loso no 0rtunlty to Join
with the new west In the development
of the Intermountaln empire."
Commission Galls on
WASHINGTON, Oct. U.-In Its Invest!
cation of express rates, practices, ao
counta and revenues tha Interstate Com
merce commission today ordered all ex
press companies operating In the United
Etatea to furnish to tha commission on or
before December 1 Information In detail
of all of their operations.
These details Include the authorisation
of tha companies, names of officers and
stockholders, amount of Issues of stocks
and bonds description of property, coplea
of contracts with railroads or other com
mon carriers, revenues from every source,
contracts with the government or with
other parties. Including foreign nations,
number of packages of newspapers and
magaslnes handled and total charges as.
sessed, number of miles of railroad on
which busluess la conducted, agreement
among various express companies, lists
of securities hold, vhangvs In express
rate during the last twenty yeara and
eonslderatlona paid to railway officials
to Induce tha execution of oontracta and
amounts to railroads for the year ending
June 30, 1611. wtlh complete details of
The commission will use thta Informa
tion In preparing for a general hearing,
when the express companies will be af
forded opportunity to seek to Justify their
present operations and ratea.
GROSSCUP MAY TRANSFER
CASE ANDQUIT BENCH
CHICAOO. Oct. l.-TJnleas plan of re
organisation can b agreed on by con
flicting Interests in the Chicago A Mil
waukee Electric foreclosure proceeding
by tomorrow noon Judge Peter B. Oross.
cup In the I'nlted Ptstrs circuit court
will transfer the matter to another court
and quit th bench.
To date It has been planned to Issue
first 'mortgage bonds of $4,000,000 first in
come bonds of 14.000,000, second Income
bonds of I5.6M.006 and common stock
amounting to fS.fifonft.'
Tbo plan of distribution has not been
Th Key to th Situation nee Ada.
It take only
quarter of a
box of KLnox
dainty dessert VTAy
Waicaibow tlt Kaox Gelatin Is very
at to as, as weu ascoavealenb
Islst taaaa ni H cu cols awa t tafi
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tauaa. Heap cola nw, )ca. aotllna wuai.
taMvpwauiui. nil .aa jvica Of I
nam. ania rolM at (. nwu mnm
mUM, ad I IMlijiiaif il
sua awa num. tin from awaai loM la
iKiiWrn aaataa axuS fiata.a
Is araaol. Ska Mm mm, aat ucs
Ckarlail faaiCi .SWl.itJ hial , aaJt.T.
1 i i
Caasaam. B rata aat BMOX Q I m.m,
a aaaaai aaiaoaavia MinMaaawa,
Oimtr Sim lj iwawl. aar Smaj. m
lym tnmmr t n 1 1 ftmt
mmu ar ai alaws mmft aaaaa
Little Folks Sleep
Warm As Toast In These!
Famous Dr. unton Sleeping Gar
mentsthough the liveliest young
ster kKk n much as hf can there la
no dnngcr from night chill", for from
ht?al to Ofi hn is covered with soft
merino ool which protects the ileli
ale In from sudden drafts.
Thy're lipndaoniely finish'. d gar
ment, durable, ehibtic In texture,
hjglenic, and easily launderc! wlili-
GREAT LACEJURTAIN SALE
Brandcis Store Make an Immeme
SALE BE0IN3 NEXT MONDAY
til the l.aoe t'nrialn . oa Kale
Mnndar All Ike Curtain
Brandels caab purchasing power hss
SKuin hroiiKht to Omaha a tremendous
stork and th bargains will save money
for thousands of Omaha women.
Next Monday and Tuesday we pluce
cm tale the greatest stock at lace cur
tain and curtain materials ever offered
at a special sal by any atore anywhere.
An eastern maker and Importer aacrt
flied his entire stock on hand.
Lace Curtains worth up to 16 and V a
pair will go at Mo each.
Lace Curtalna worth up to (4 a pair
go at 6o each.
Importer's sample halt curtains (If
whola would be worth up to M a pair)
go-at Ito each.
Single Lace Curtalna will go at 26o,
c and to each. .
Traveling men'a sample Curtalna go at
Lace Curtalna In palra. worth up to 110
a pair, go at ll.M, I1M, MM and H
a pair. f
Tha Laos Curtain all go oa aal
Monday, October 3. '
The Curtain Materials all go on ssJe
Tuesday, October H.
Wants More Pay
for His Employes
WASHINGTON, Oct. 19.-Trlbute to
th government emploje la written In th
annual report of Paymaster General
Charlea H. Whipple of th army In a
plea for an Increase of salary and a
system of retirement when the employ
reaches th ag of Incapacity. Hnforrtng
to tha statistical increase of 60 per cent
In the cost of living during th last fif
teen years I without a corresponding rls
In pay, General Whipple says the increase
Is asked not aa a reward for past serv
ices "but as aa aotual necessity."
To attain and maintain an efficiency,
impossible th present law, General
Whipple recommends that at least W per
cent of th paymaster's deportment be
made permanent details. Th s could be
obtained, he ssys, by making the major
and higher grades permanent. II also
recommend that th period of detail to
th grade of major, lieutenant colonel
and colonel be extended from four to six
years, as under th present order It I
not until an officer's four-year detalj 1
drawing to an end that b ha attained
th highest point Of usefulness. This Is
because of th thorough knowledge he
must have of the peculiar laws and reg
ulations governing the disbursing and ao
countlng of government funds, which
oannot be acquired quickly.
The mobilisation of the army last
summer along the Mexican border, say
General Whipple, demonstrated the abil
ity to pay promptly oona.derabl bodies
of troops under conditions simulating
The Key to the bMtuatton-Bee Ada.
MORE ANIMALS TO MARKET
IN THE PACKING CENTERS
CINCINNATI. O.. Oct. W.-(SpeolaJ
Telegram) Price Current says the mar
keted number of hogs for the week re
flects recovery from reduoed supply of
the preceding week, and shows continued
large gsln la comparison with last year.
Total western slaughtering reached 436,000
hoga, compared with S70.000 the preceding
week, and 420,000 two weeks ago. For
a corresponding time last year the num
ber waa Stt.000 and two years ago 470.000.
From March 1 the total waa 14.110,000
S!nt 1HOJ.0.10 yoar age, an lnrra
of ' I.suc.ooo hogs, representing a gain of
Q per cent. The total two years aao
was 14.lG4.0o0. Prominent placaa com
pare aa follows from March t to October
...!.!' 0) 1.1'won)
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South Omaha ...
Cadar Kaplds. la.
Bloux City, la. .
Bt. Paul. Minn. .
Cleveland. O. ...
Caahlera. bundle wrappare and cash
girls wasted at onoe. Apply eupartatea,
4Wnt BJtANDEIS BTOHiCtL
GROCERS TO GET IN FIGHT
Dei Jloinei Providcn Resent City
DECLARE HEADS WILL FALL
Testimony la Arhltratloa f Street
(nr Men'a Traublea that Men
llehnrs,ei n Hrpnrla of
(From a Staff ;orrpond"nt.
Vy.H MOINES. la, yc. 19 (Mppclal
Telegram.) A runarksble polltiral move
wn mndn public at a banquet of l)cs
Mi.n retail ftrorrr, whrre (ilans were
mntte to put the groins' organisation Into
lo sl politics with the avowed purpose of
revolutionising the city government The
banquet was one given by a milling com
pany to the grocers and was largely at
tended alfto by representatives of outslds
Johhlnn concern. The grocers were
pledged to organize not only for business
but for political purposes and to have a
slsto for, city uffl e next year They
also took artlun to boycott the firms that
advertise In tes Moines papi-rs. h.h they
cla'm Unit the n-kmpr haw bren
unfair to the grocers In urging rst-ibllsh
ment of a market house and In compell
ing reduction in the pi I -e of goods,
ftliottrra' K.vlalenee 'Inken.
It developed In the hearing of the street
car labor trotililca today that the action
taken by the company !n discharging va
rious members of the union was upon the
evidence of professions 1 hired Inspectors
and thst the company had no other evi
dence of wrongdoing on the part of the
discharged nu-n. The arbitration boaid
takea the attitude that is up to the
company affirmatively to siiow cause for
the discharge of the men and the pros
pert si-rnis excellent for a long trial of
tha etise. i
ttncallnn of frarll;-.
The secretary of tho State Board of
Health today received from the attorney
general an opinion that lying is not nec
essarily Immoral conduct. A question
aroso aa to taking away the certificate
of an optometrist because he hsd not
paid his debts when he said he would
do ao. The attorney says this Is a fiua
tlon of veracity only and tha man cannot
be penalized for making false promises.
Fine Legal Point
MASON CITV. la., Oct. lfl.-(flpeclal )
Now that Mrs. Aletha Rush Is cleared of
the murder of her husband, W. A. Runh,
and the verdict of the Jury met with the
general approval of the people, the next
question to be determined by the courts.
If It cannot be determined otherwise, is
what la to become of the Insurance on the
Wlllard A. Rush carried $3,000 life In
surance. L. D. Cnrhart of the Sheffield
bank was named administrator of the
estate shortly after the tragedy on the
evening of August 4, last. II has found
that Mr. Rush carried life Insurance with
the Rankers Life of Dea Moines In the
sum of $2,000. Thin policy Is made payable
to his brother. In the Modern Woodmen
he carried a policy for 11.000 payable to
his wife. There Is a provision of th
Modern Woodmen policy to the effect
that th beneficiary cannot receive the
benefit if responsible for the death of
tha Insured. While Mrs. Rush killed her
husband, and she admits aha did. It wat
In self-defense, aa shown by her tes
timony, and the fact that she was cleared
goea to prove her contention.
It la generally believed that under the
verdict rendered she will get the amount
et this last policy. It may be, too, that
In the tl.oou policy' made payable to a
brother of Mr. Rush, a part of
that may fall into her handa. Mr.
Rush' Sheffield friends are very anxious
than ah get all that Is rightfully her
own. Bli will not make her home at
Sheffield, but will live with her people In
the south part of th state. Her legal
affalra will be looked after by Attorney
Johnson of Sheffield.
GERMAN MINISTER TO WORK
DENISON. la., Oct. 19. (8peclal.)-Tln
lata Qerman Methodist conference, hav
.ng jurisdiction ever Iowa and South
Dakota, transferred Rev. Fchonleberr
from this olty to Tolstoy, 6. D., under
circumstances which had their beginning
over 100 years ago. One hundred auc
twenty-five years ago there was an imml
gration of Germans from th kingdom u
Wlttenburg. Germany, over Into Russia
A little over 1(0 yeura afterward. thi
was another move on th part of thl
.-o'ouy, and thl time to America, and t
settlement made' In Potter county, Pout;
Dakota. Aa th Immigrants cam from
Russia, th little town in th ssttlemen
was named Tolstoy. The German Metho
dials of this country have undertaken to
fvungelixti this colony and were lopkltig
for a proper pastor to send there. Th
man waa found In Rev. 6chonlebeiw who
had bean stationed at Denlson for the
last two yeara. II Is a native of Wlt
tenburg and cam direct from there to
Denlson, where he did excellent work,
considering his handicap of knowing lit
tle about American way. He Is en
thusiast lo over th prospect of being with
th descendants of th Germans of his
native kingdom, and goes determined to
accomplish a great work among them.
BAKER MUST PAY WIDOW
OF MAN HE KILLED BIG SUM
IOWA C1TT. Ia., Oct. (Kpaclal.)
Mra. Oliver P. Driver of Lone Tree was
awarded $3,000 by a Muacatln county
Jury today as damage from Guy Raker
for the killing of her husband by Baker
la a quarrwl laat February. Tha caaa
mas originally triad at Iowa City, but
went to Muacatln by a change of venua
Baker haa been sentenced to th state
prison for twenty-two years by Judge
Howell of th Johnson ' county district
Two linorw Suits at Harlaa.
HARLAN, la. Oct. 1. i Special )
Webb McConnell. jr., of this city has
filed a petition for divorce from hi wife,
Maude McConnell. alleging that ah has
failed tx keep house for him and that
h has been negligent of th care of
their ehlld. Th petition further atat
that tha llcana which was Issued to thl
plaintiff waa Issued In th nam of Webb
McCoanell. jr., when In fact tha plain
tiff's tru nam la William Webster Mo
Connell. Jena Clemmensen. a merchant at ICIk
horn. Ia. haa sued his wir. Caroline
Clemmensen, for divorce, alleging grounun
of cruel and Inhuman treatment. Tn
case will coma on for hearing In ti e
next term of district court.
Th Key to th Situation Be Ada
Meets in Chicago
CHICAGO, Oct W.-The first sitting In
he west this yesr of the National Mone
ary cummlsaion opened here today. Kd
ard B. Vreelsnd. chairman of the sub
committee which is holding the sessloni
n the west, khIU he expected the hesr
,n?B would continue over two dsys, and
hat during that time any one with sug
to-iUon relative to monetary system.
iKable by the t'nlted mates, was lnvltei
o air his views before the subrommlt
.ic From here, the subcommittee expect:
t move to St. I'aul, Des Moines, Omaha.
Meriver. Ksn.au City, and possibly ti
sn Francisco, before returning to Wash
na;ton. The sessions ore open to the
Five Criminals Plead
Guilty at Cheyenne
CHKTENNK. Wyo., Oct. 1.-(Special.)
Five defendant to criminal charges to
duy In the district court pleaded guilty
and were sentenced as follows:
William t.onsstaff, grand larceny,
twelve to fourteen months.
Boyle Wathall, grand larceny, twelve
to thirteen months.
Oeorgo Dunlap, burglary, eighteen
Joseph Syahle, grand larceny, twelve to
Harry Ray, burglary, twelve to four
Ralph Hoover pleaded guilty to horse
theft, but sentence waa deferred, as the
boy Is under age and will probably be
tent to a reform achool.
i CENTRAL CITY. Neb.. Oct. l.-(Spe-elal.)
Miss Nell Rice and Mr. Minor
Hord were united In marriage at Christ
Kpiscopal church In this city last even
ing, the ceremony being performed by
Rev. John D. Rice, a brother of the
bride. After the ceremony there was a
reception at the Cuddington hall. The
Krootn Is the cousin of O. H. Hord, the
present head of the Hord cattle and
grain interests, and haa charge of one
of the largest ranches here. The bride is
a daughter of County Attorney W. H. C.
Rice. The young people departed after
the reception on a honeymoon trip to the
west. They will be at home here after
CAM HKIDOK, Neb.. Oct. 19 (Special.)
The marrluge of Mr. William Enlow
of this city and Miss Georgia A. Hull of
Orleans. Neb., occurred October IS at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. V. C. Hull. In Orleans. Rev. Cram
of the Methodist Kpiscopal church offi
ciated. The groom Is the youngest son
of Mr. and Mrs. Washington Enlow of
Miss Bertha Bower, daughter of Frank
lin Bower, and Mr. Orley D. Pickett,
both of Kimball, Neb., were married by
Rev. Charlea W. Savldge at hie resi
dence Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock.
They were acompanled by Mlsa Anna
Miss Utella "Parish, daughter of WU
Ham Parish, and Mr. Orval R. Swan,
were married by Rev. Charlea W. Savldge
at his residence ' Wednesday evening at
MOTSKIVII OF OCXAK
Ql KKNHTOWN... Marios
fiKNOA P. til PlmonU..
. Monteacle '
"Tho Favorite Rye
When you want a good, straight Rye, buy
Distilled (4) times in
(Ordinary whlakay not mora than twlcaj
This makes SCHENLEY 4
times purer, with 4 times
better quality. SCHENLEY
tastes and smells and is
genuine because it is properly
aged and its mellowness and
delicate flavor is all its own.
Bottled in Bond
Each bottle sealed with U. S. Government Stamp.
Its ace Is guaranteed by the U. S. Government.
Its purtty by the Schenley Dlstullns company.
Its quality speaks for itself.
When you buy Rya, buy Schenley. At all dealers.
Scbenley Distilling Company. Laceaco, Pa. '
The Favorite Rye
RUMOR THAT DEFAULTER
FLACK IS LOCATED
TOPEKA. Kan.. Oct. l9.-John A. Flack
alleged to have defrauded the Abilene
rftate bank at Abilene, Kan., of 170.000
st year, Is believed to have been lo
cated, according to O. L,. Moore of Ahl
)ene, reporter of the state supreme court
and probably will be brought back to
Kansas to stand trial on charge of wreck
ing the bank. Mr. Moore today called on
Ciovernor W. R. Stubbs asking If a re
ward would be offered for the return of
"Persons deeply Interested In the bsnk
and the defalcations believe they have
orated Flack." he said.
Although official proclamation from th
governor s office has not yet been made,
it Is believed a reward will be offered.
CAMBRIDGE, Neb.. Oct. 19.-(SpeclaJ.)
Stephen Shaw, who was born In Rich
land county, Ohio. June 1$. 181A, died at
his home in Camhridge. Neb., October
15, 1911. aged 96 years, lie was the old
est person living In, this section of tho
state and had the rare distinction of be
ing at the head of five living genera
tion, all living In Cambridge, and all
being present when he departou this life.
Interment was had In the Camhridge
cemetery. The Independent Order of Odd
Fellows lodge had charge of the remains.
Where You Should Boy
If you were taking
out an Insurance policy
you would seek that
company which la the
moet sound. You want
one that pays up its
losses rapidly and that
stands among those at
tha top. The aarna rea
son should- lead you
when buying diamonds.
You should buy of that
dealer ' who has the
Judgment who haa
attained a reputation
through years of hon-
aat riAnltno-a Tha ntd-
est insurance compan- It
a,i,h l. nd .... t-avue.
ICO n II U IU. U1UBL C! ' I yy L L. ,
cessful career are the J
best. So with the diamond
dealer. Albert Edholm is one
of Omaha's oldest. Every
body will tell you that his goods
are the best and that his prices
are the lowest for the quality.
Don't Merely Buy XnTest.
Sixteenth and Harney.
Our illustrated catalog of diamonds,
watches, china, cut glass and jewelry.
Either mall your request for one or
call in person. We would be pleased
to have a visit from you.
ISth and Douglas Sta. -Omaha.
He's Coming Here
.of Six Generations"
of Six Generations"
I!) PURE i
vBe in moo
! . -y.
! CSUV 01 STILUS I
Special Sale of Sample Lino
300 men's fall suits and overcoats, the entire sample line pur
chased from a prominent eastern tailor at about one-half their regu
lar ralue. Every garment represents the finest production of the
tailoring art In style, quality and fit. All hand tailored garments.
These Suits and Overcoats on Rale Now at
10, . $12.50, $15
Would sell regularly at $16.50 to $27.50.
Men's Guaranteed Hats $2.00
Featuring all that Is newest and best in Men's Fall Hats.
Every hat guaranteed by the manufacturer.
Winter weight Union Suits on Flannel Underwear, worth to
eale at (J9 $3.50, on sale at Q8
Hundreds of Women's (lew Fall Suits & Coats
In our busy ladles' section, second floor.
You'll be sure to find the very suit you want. Every new
style, every leading fabric and shade Is to be found in our immense
stocks. All splendid man tailored garments, many are productions
from our own tailoring shops. And at surprisingly low prices.
The garments we feature at these prices
would cost you at least $5.00 to $10.00
Snappy New Blanket and
Omaha women have never had offered
to them such
Beautiful Trimmed Millinery
a w - - j r -
As shown In our handsome new millinery
You can have your Fall Suit or Coat
made to your order In our Tailoring Dept.
Tailored Suits to order $25.00 and up.
Tailored Long Coats to order $15 and up.
We recommend Mentor Comfort Un
derwear for Women and Children because
it not only is right to begin with, but is so
well made that it stays right after wear
Women's Union Suits 6J) to $2.98
Misses' and Boys' Union Suits 50
Handsome Aviation i - ... ,
Caps for Girls 1 H"nd Ks
at . .75 to 08 I " -48 to $2
The Wovelty Company
214-18 North 16th Street. Clothiers to Men and Women.
Formerly the Novelty Skirt Co.
Best Sport News in The Bee
He's Coining Here
GREAT imim TAB
The Wonderful Choir Master
and accompanied by
John J. McClcllan
The World's Famous Organist.
Wednesday Night, October 25.
Seat sale opens at the Auditor
ium Saturday, October 18.
Prices,' 50c to $1.50.
Tonight. Friday and Saturday
, "The Chocolate Soldier"
Choice Seats may still be obtain
ed for All Performances.
Matiaaa Today, 8i30. Wight, 8:3a
aat laata 80 Cats.
TAT WKITI and tola basoh of showy
.how rlrla who .how. a aal Bur
laaqaa .bow.. Batxa Full return, of
tha Worlii'a aerlna baa. tall gajnaa
will La read from tha siase.
Toalffat Mats. Tia... Thurs., Bat.
Prloas loo and 85o
HIS EVA X.AMO and tha
wooowaao stock comakv
tn Tit nasi or oui
T3ES lTt-T.a O TMB IMHS
) BRANDEIS THEATER
Toaia-ht, aao, Soa and Tea.
atavday at. r Baal Owta
i iraw sob ajtb arsw tcvuio
-oaiajiA'B ru cima"
OaUy Maw, la-aO-ftO.
Bacwad Oalj to taa luid Baow.
Tl.E Jfc:rafc:V ULIEM
BXTmATaoaaTBA aars aodbtii.i.b
Aa clean ami aweat aa lta I ilia lintiiiva.
Llltla c'harli. Howard, "lilutch" Coopar
and Qraat Olio, i'horua ul Uly Bud.
Ladiaa' Mm. Matt aao air ary WnH Iay.
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Saturday Night, October 21st
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Tho Wondorful Turk
Seat Sale Now On.
PRICES: 50c to $2.00.
Mat. X.ary i Slid) Bvary jitgat Blld.
coo(a, Tlie L.orch family, Badlni
and Arthur; Homra VV'riKlit and liana
Dietrich: fatsy Uoyle; Abbott Whlta;
alaraclllea; Klnetoacopa; Orphaum Coo
tart Orchaatra. Iricaa, NU'ht lOo, SbC
ioc. 76c; Mailnaa 10c, baal aaaia Ike
acept Saturday mdii tiunuay.
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