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THK miK: OMAHA. SATUKDAV. (KTOHKIv 21. 1911.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Wt Boot Vrlnt It
8Tptlan Chocolatee 80o. M vrrs-Dillon.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA aC300300CC003
aiiec. i ixtnm, BtirreaiOranoea.
Writ, T. W. Blackbnrn Douglas USB,
Di now i'li(.?K book.
Kuimnagre and Auction Sale 1707
2o-th 2Uh. Thursday, o, tnhfr 19.
J-Irt. Sarnie Wante Slrorce Julia
Hitinlck iari,,i fol. divorce nnai-iRt
'.r.To l::inlk l i .u.trUt court rrldav.
Tom Mocre C'.ib Entertaina The Tom
M -or.' rim, vi , nt.-rtntn at a rtnr.c Mon
,:"v v"1'""- til..i- at Tv.rnof hall.
Tlilricfui, .Mnrtl.u Mrepl.
Sethi Have a S? v -a!t i,rn to
3,r- a"'1 ''' .:ni H. r.nih on Friday.
John Brown ij On Trial John nrown,
the rv'Kvo niio slnhlir-d t'hayce Taylor of
I'rlncss t'loat- r. when lie was put
cut f.,r inMiihK a disturbance, was
1 l'u-i '1 mi trial fur ?(al)li!iff with Intent
'" v imn.l In tin- criminal division of the
OiMiict court Friday.
Fpffff rails to Appear Harry Albln.
vim ..v., , i liaiv-i-il villi short tneusiiro In
the mi!i' 'if I'otatoia. wm tlirlm-zi1 hv
.iiul-i. . fuul In police court Friday
rtwnlnj. f...r want of prosecution. City
rarrlih Is linpTovinrA letter from
K. V. 1'arriHl). niBimr of tha iinlilllnd-
bureau of the Commercial ilnb. to his
nssiftant, Alios Ann Ron Icy, states that
lie 1ms been very 111, but Is Improving.
-Mr. Parrlsh is at his father s home at
Trost All Orer the Stata Frost was
v.-ry plentiful on tho Lincoln division of
the MurlinRtnn road Thursday evening.
This Is practically tho first frost In this
part of tho slate. The McCook. Sterling,
Sheridan and Alliance divisions all had
frost. In some places the temperature be
ins na low as 26 degrees above sero.
rirs Does Lit Us Dan: ape Tho home
ft Harry Kodlnsels, 24L6 Cass Btreet, was
nightly duniaKed by fire early Vrlday
mornliiK, when tho dining room caught
fire from a defective flue from the fur
race. The blaze was extinguished before
the fire department arrived.
OF MAN HE KILLED BIG SUM
IOWA CITY, la., Oct. 20. (Special.)
Mrs. Oliver P. Driver of Lone Tree was
awarded $3,000 by a Muscatine county
jury today as damages from Guy Raker
fir? tho killing of her husband by Baker
in a quarrel last February. The case
ivw originally tried at Iowa City, but
went to Muscatine by a change of venue.
laker hus been sentenced to the state
prison for twenty-two years by Judge
Howell of the Johnson county district
Boosters Plan to Attend Omaha
Land Show in Force.
DISCUSS STREET LIGHTING PLAN
i:vnna Thrown from Ills Waann In
Rnannajr ami Seriously In.inrrd
Hmljr of A. W. Snrnitnr
Morann Swears Off Taxes.
NK.W YOltH, Oct. 20. -.1. P. Morgan
appeared at the department of taxes to
day to swear off a portion of his per
sonal taxe.s. Mr. Morgan mineeeded In
t-.xliirtnir his A HNf itii n r nf twin oral in
$:..-O.0). l,at year Mr. Morgan's assess
ment was for VKiO.000.
Cleanses the System
colds and Headaches.
due to constipation.
Best for men, women
and children ; young
Toqet its Beneficial
effects, always note the
name of the Company,
plainly printed on the
front of every package
of the Genuine
Dr.W. L. ROSS
Has moved his office from 2121 Lake
M. to Kooins 737-740 City National
IJunk Bid. Telephone Doug. 3667.
Poutli Omaha boosters, at their meeting
last nlnht, accepted the invitation of the
Omnha Ijind show tiinnugement to at
tend the show, and It Is expected that
a goodly number will le present tonight.
In the absence of Chairman Trainer,
through whom the Invitation came, Sec
retary John Kennedy presided at the
lloostcr club meeting.
In the matter of strret lighting It was
shown that the proposed system would be
an ornament to the business district nnd
assist In Increasing the value of business
property. Tho lights are to bo fixed to
Iron standards, which shall uphold arcs
Of 2,000 candle power each, three lamps
being alloted to a block.
At the meeting It was brought out that
while the club was In favor of 'the im
provement It could not tako the Initiative
In bringing the matter before the coun
cil, which will have to be petitioned for
the establishment of tho new system.
The signers of the petition must be
property owners within the district af
fected. Speaking for the property owners whom
he represented, a prominent real estate
man assured the club that thero would
be no difficulty In getting a sufficient
number of names for the petition.
Plans for Land Show.
Plana for South Omaha night at the
Land show have been in course of prepa
ration for several days. Mayor Tralnor
will Invite the attendance of tho city
council and the Booster club also will
attend. Members of tho school board
and teachers will be there together with
all the real estate men. Prof. R. 1 1,
Johnson, In charge of tne high school
orchestra, will provide the music for the
The local demonstration lias been In
the hands of the local real estate men
with J. W. Murphy as chairman. Mayor
Tralnor has looked after the official end
of the program, while Prof. Johnson
and lils orchestra have been preparing
the musical numbers.
"We will all be there," said Mayor
Tralnor last night, "and South Omaha
wilt have a big representation."
Body of Nprngae Hurled.
After being held for several days in an
effort to find relatives the body of A. W.
Sprague of South lt. Joseph was burled
yesterday. The funpral was hpld at the
residence of his daughter. Mrs. Frank
Raur, at Seventeenth and Q streets yes
terday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Rev.
Andreason performed th6 funeral service
and Interment was made In Laurel Hill
cemetery. The deceased la survived by
his two daughters, Mrs. Frank Baur, of
Seventeenth and Q streets, and Mrs. Tom
Smith of Oskaloosa, la. Sprague had
lost his wifo only three weeks ago and at
the time of the accident was on his way
to visit his daughter, Mrs. Baur. He had
omitted to send any word of this coming
other than a telegram and tho news of
tils death after the accident at Fort
Crook was some time In reaching Mr).
Baur. The body was first taken to
Papllllon and for a time some doubt as
to the dead, man's identity was felt. As
soon as Mrs. Baur learned of the death
of her father she assumed charge of
the funeral arrangements and had the
body conveyed to her home. Mrs. Smith,
the other daughter of Sprague, was un
able to leave her home In Iowa.
Farmer Thrown from Wagon.
Jack Kvans, a farmer residing near
Papllllon, was thrown from his wagon
AVodnesday evening on the road be
tween Papllllon and South Omaha and
Injured about the head and left ankle.
Kvans had been out with a load of ap
ples and was returning home about C
o'clock when his horse became fright
ened at an automobile and ran away,
throwing the driver heavily to the
Kvans was rendered unconscious by
the fall and remained prone on the road
until picked up by General Superintend
ent A. DeBernardl of the Missouri Pa
cific railroad, who was returning to
Omaha with a party from the Inquest
The injured man was taken In an
auto to Papllllon, where Doctor Petors
attended him and found that he had
Why We Offer Fall and Winter
Suits and Overcoats
AT PRICES NAMED BELOW
Because our outlet is so large, our stocks are
manufactured in large quantities.
Because buying large quantities enables us to
buy for less money.
Because wc are satisfied with one small profit.
O O Osfl lu'9 the lost suit or ovorocit cvor oi'lVrcd at that
V"" price. "Well tailored, from new serviceable fabrics',
these suits ami overcoats are better than some ask $'J0 for ami are a
special inducement to give eyery man an opportunity to test the merits
of our clothing.
(jAA fin l'or pxelusiveness, character, quality and style, for
K vJ vl vr the new shades of browns, tans and grays, for cor
rcct Fall styles, here's a suit or overcoat offered for $'J0 that contains
more goodness than you are accustomed to and whose value is not less
flj ty C AA Our overcoats and suits at this price are celebrated
P fcl Os vJ 3 for their excellence of style, fit and wearing qualities.
Authoritative models and correct colors, finest fabrics, put these gar
ments in the merchant tailor class where $40 would be cheap for clothes
COMPARATIVE CROP YIELDS FOR 191
Bu. Acre Bit. Acre Bu. Acre Bu. Acre
Wheat Oats Uailcy Kye
Montana 30.6 5U 38.0 29.0
Illinois 17.4 36.6 28.0 17.8
Iowa 18.1 27.0 Zt.O 17.8
Missouri 14.7 27.0 23.0 15.0
Kansas 13.0 28.2 18.0 14.2
Nebraska 16.7 25.0 22.0 16.2
Minnesota 16.8 33.0 26.6 19.0
Granary of the Great Northwest
That'3 Montana the greatest grain producing state in
the Union where wneat, oats, Daney, rye ana potatucs
run double the yield per acre than any of the leading
middle western states, on land costing about one-third
that of middle west land.
The government crop report given above tells the story
there are fortunes making in Montana.
You get double prof its on one-third the investmoit
The Judith Basin, Musselshell Valley, Smith River
Valley and the Three Forks Country, some of Montana's
iichcl and most prosperous cections are served by the
new transcontinental line the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound
Low round-trip fares in effect every Tuesday during October and the
first and third Tuesdays thereafter afford you an excellent chance to
visit Montana at remarkably low cost
For faret, foljtn and full lnrmtin, qJJkm
F. A. NASH. General Western Agent, 161J Farnam Street, OMAHA
F. A. MILLER. General Passenger Agent. CHICACO
Quality hnts at low prices al
ways predominate here. Valuo
better than elsewhere is what
J-ou get In our hat store. Our
prices are lower and we give you
better .merchandise. Every con
ceivable stylo, shape and ehade
in abundance. Trices. $2.00
$2.50. 93.00. $3.50.
Buy Your Winter Underwear Here
Buy 'here" because we've every good kind underwear you could
want, and because our prices are placed as low as it is poHsiblo to sell
good Underwear. Buy "now" because our stock is completo in variety
every "best" that the world's best mills produce is represented in our
These Are Brands That Represent the Cream of the World's Markets
UNION Kl ITS
Vnssar Union Sulta $1.00 $5.00
Superior Union Suits $1.00 to $1.00
Carter's Union Sulta $1.00 to $3.00
American Knitting Co. Union Suits $1 to $3
TWO-I'I I :t'K V N DKRWKAU
"Standard Mills" fleeced ...15
"Wiiistcd Mills" 50 to $2.50
Glastenbury Mills $1.00
Derby Mills, ribbed . . 45
"Tho Housa of
Better leather, better stylo
and better fit is what, wo givo"
you the prices are extremely
low, and our values always
have been and nro today tho
best in Omaha-We fit tho foot,
nnd wo fit your pocketbook
with stylish well mado shoes.
Nothing pleases us more than
a satisfied customer, and satis
faction, is guaranteed in our
shoo section our varieties aro
many and our stocks aro largo.
Your selection is therefore
For men and women, shoes
at $2.50, $3.00, $3.50.
sustained a severe contusion of the left
ankle and injuries about the head.
lCvans was removed to the Dr. .Peters'
hoNpltal at Springfield last night.
Woman Horned In Kxploalon.
A gasoline stove explosion In the home
of Mrs. H. Tease at 2015 L. street In 8011th
Omaha at 8:33 o'clock this morning cauxed
Kllght damage to the house, hut Mrs.
I'easo was severely burned on the hands
and arms in trying to extinguish the
Hart c;ctllnu Off Car.
While attempting to alight from a mov
ing car this morning on Q ftreet, between
Tw, nty-seventh and Twenty-eighth
streets. S. B. Matthews, a wealthy stork
lran of Teknmah. wn thrown to tho
pavement and severely Injured about the
left Fide of the head. Dr. A. II. Koenljj
attended the Injured man, who was al
lowed to proceed to h!s lume.
l'KTERSON'S CANDY K1D.S.
Kairerbcrg W 1 1 1"
Clark , H W
Winters 11" l'' Ifl
lireer ' 1"'
AJartln M 1.'' 11
Totals 1" "W TSH
HaniUiap 7 7 7
Tola's 7I 7'7 7:i.
Totals Ml !M'i 74S
Hammond l'" 1 n
( 'luybuui ne l''" 1 1 I' -'
K itune 2l' 1 14'.
t'oiiley 1W 1'" 2:1
Marreltta IW K"! !'
Totals " S77
llanlcap 16 L.S ;,s
Totals Utii ".JT :!5
llorurd by (il Inc.
Mrs. 13. I'easo of 20J5 I. xtrect was pain
fully burned about the left arm 1 1 1 1 h
morning In a gasoline exploulon at brr
home. Tho woman Imd been engam-d In
work about the slovc when im of the
burners, being defeciive, eauivd a'l ex
ploHlon. The blaze n.iched some paii.-r
about the 101111 and Mis. l'sue In an
effort to extinguish the flames neiived
a painful burn on the left arm. The fur
niture was damaged a few dullui only.
Jaek Parks will have in a fen days
fur Ills hunting camp on O'.c l'laite.
City Treasurer Jot.n l.Mlln li Mill ton
fined to bU home a tliu hjiiii u( In
juries. received Inbl week.
-A new ear for the rap..', on inir In ex
pected within the mxt f-'v da vs. when
ho'jrly srvc' U'lll b.- tijiNwur;iir,t.
The Alpha (llee cl.il. will give a eurd
party tonight at the hid Kriloit ' hall.
1'rlxes will be gK-cn to the 'niicrn of
There will be a uvular nirptlrig .f tin
riill Kearney 1'o.sl and the Wimii i'h It'
lief corps ofi Saturday nuhl. (lci,,ir .
All memberu are uig.d to be pretnt.
lieeause of a brealt In the water pipes
near 1I10 high school building the pup.U
wei e excused fimi cIm'.k vorli eKt'rda.
Men are engiiKd making the repairs 011
t. ties broken newer.
John X.y mi. Dan Mi I. an and John II.
Irwin have left for Lincoln, where they
will attend the great coune'l ciuventi,ri
ua dcleaaten tiom Wevaiil lode;u No. S.
improved Order of Kednien.
John I'. t base. Hale secretary nf the
bocialivt party and ex-mayor uf Haver
hill. Mane, will addrehit a mans nie.t.ng
on Sat nr. lav night at the Seaiida lieoMt,
is f.'t'1'tU Tweiity-Couilh fctre-et.
YU will find an txclttulvcneia of vlyU
and a kuiciiuiity of faLrics la sucu
makes of overcosts as Illrsh, Wleklre ft
Co. s llnrvard make and llosenwald ft
Well's Maeklnettes." M. Culkln ft Co.
A one-armed thief entered and robbed
the homo of Frank kborl, 173 South
Twenty-second street on Wednesday
innrnlnir. Tha thief obtained a gold
watch, two riugB, one a diamond, andj
x:i 111 e-asn.
Kva Olbnon, aged 9 years, residing with
her parents nt 1H1 South Twenty-first
street, may lose tho sight of her left eye
iih the reBiilt of 11 brick thrown by an
unknown negro boy last evening while
she wnH playing neur her home. Aeeord
Ing lo the story the negro boy was hav
ing a fracas with some other boys In the
street. During the fight a brick was
thrown. The little girl, who stood near
the sidewalk where the fight occurred,
was Htruck by the mlaMlIe, which pene
trated the eyeball In such manner as will
probably riiiisn the hms of sight. Dr.
V, (). Peck was called to dress the child's
injuries. Tho negro escaped.
Janus T.andv, upprlntondont of ths
hog department of the I'udaliy packing
hoiiHc, announced yenterday that he
would leave Saturday for Han Kow,
China, to assume charge of the packing
hniiKe connected with an Kngllsh com
pany there. Mr. I.audy is 35 years of age.
He has been at the head of the local hog
department for Cudaby for the last three
years. Previous to assuming charge of the
plant at Han Knw, Mr. I.andy will spend
three weeks with his relatives In Kil
kenny, Ireland, and hh many more with
huslncHs aesoclntes at Liverpool and
London. He will go to China In time to
arrive at his station for the holidays.
Woman Offers Girls
Work in Vaudeville
J In en girls, about 18 years old, not
known to each other, appeared at the
pollco station at about the same, time
last night and told Captain Dunn of
mysterious and beautiful woman, who has
been wandering about Omaha streets for
the a-t week purporting U be looking
for a partner, with whom sho aaya eho
wants to go Into vaudeville.
Ulven the description of ths woman.
Detucllve Dan Lahey went out with the
girls on a hunt, which resulted In her
an put In a drug store nt Sixteenth and
Dodgo Btreets. Sho was locked up at
the police station, charged as a suspicious
character. The woman gave her name as
Georgia Price and fays she lives ut Sev
enteenth street and Capitol avenue.
The girls said the woman's actions and
proposals to meet them to prepare the
vaudeville act excited their suspicions,
They declared she usually was accom
panied by three men. who followed her j
about the streets nnd stood within hear
ing dUtanre as the woman waylaid the
girls en the street and asked them to go
to scheduled places for on Interview
ubout the vaudeville buslneas.
In police court Georgia Price fald she
ing for work lit order to get money
lived In Kiuux City and hud been with a
show at the carnival; that she was look
enough t get back home. She said she
was Ktaylng at the Loyal hotel and had
hi en begging lo keep lierself from starva
tion. Judge Crawford ordered her to be
! sent back to Ju 11 until Monday morning,
I and In the meantime she is to notify her
; parents to fetid transportation.
On Child Stories
ShouM stories which end "and they
wore married and lived happy ever after"
be told small children? This question was
the subject of a lively discussion at
Thursday afternoon's session of the Ne
braska Library association meeting at
the Public library.
MIks Edna Lyman of Oak Park. III., a
story teller and lecturer on library work
for children, had just finished telling the
grownups In session a story about a
fairy princess which ended "and they
were married and lived happy ever after,"
when Miss Jennie ltedfleld, principal of
Castellar school and president of the
Omaha Story Tellers' league, raised the
question nf the suitability of that sort
of an ending for children's stories.
Miss Lyman held that the happy end
ing need have ho emotional meaning
whatever to a small child, that It Is In
keeping with his Idea of home life and
that It cannot be left out unless one
erase the slats of life.
Miss Hedflold spoke on "Story-Telling
From the Schools' Viewpoint." Mrs. C. W.
Axlell, vice president of the Story Tell
ers' league, spoke on "The Mother as the
Apparently Invited with reckless aban
don, a largo number of candidates for
political offices last night attended the
fifth anniversary of the Loyal club, and
were entertained at a banquet given at
the club rooms, 1.112 North Twenty-fourth
street Despite the fact that adherents
of most every political faith commingled,
politics was pronounced contraband and
everything went lovely for a general
The banqueters were treated to several
musical numbers and heard each other
tell of the things "of which they were
L. O. llolmhurg, president of the club,
was toastmaster. Klghty-fivo members
were present. Those who responded to
toasts were. Fred lloye, Felix McHhane,
Hubert Smith.' Thomas O'Connor, Tom
Flytin, Judge P.ryco Crawford, George Mo
Bride, Frank Furay, Judge Den Ilaksr
and V. C. liest.
Mayor Duhlman delivered the address
of the evening, to which Joseph Wright,
vice president of tne Loyal club, re
sponded. Joe MoKenna, comedian, as
sisted In the entertainment, and an or
chestra and quartet furnished music.
Rumors of Wilson's
WASHINGTON, Oct 20.-Secretary of
Agriculture Wilson, who reached here
late today from Chicago, denied rumors
that he had handed his resignation to
President Taft to take effect November
15, or as soon thereafter as suitable.
"There Is absolutely no justification , or
the rumor," he declared emphatically, "1
have no thought of handing In my resig
nation any time soon."-
NEGRO BRAKEMAN LYNCHED
FOR ATTACKING WHITE MAN
MANCHESTER, Ga., Oct. J0.-Jerry
Lovelace, a negro brakeman, charged
with assaulting Yardmaster W. F, Ker
nan on Tuesday night, was taken from
Marshal Collier here early today by a
mob of about thirty men and lynched.
The Key to the Bltuatton Bee Ada.
Lawson is Acquitted
of Holding Lotfery
l'l.Y.Mol 'Til, Mass., Oct. 20 .-Thorns
V. Lawson. the Uoston financier, wai
"ldercd ucqtiltted 011 a charge of dispos
ing of property by a lottery In superior
court here today. The complaint was
made by the Watch and Ward society of
linHtoii, after Mr. Lawson had presented
, a horse and carriage to the holder of a
1 numbered ticket at the annual fair of the
Mar."hfield Fair aoxocialion.
If you have anything to exchange ad
vert e It in The On sha Daily Hie.
A Saturday sale
that means a sure saving
For Saturday we are offering a most desirable line of thor
y high grade full length coats ami carefully tailored Suits,
und nt prices that should command the interest of every woman
in Omaha. These garmentsi are entirely dependable most
pleasing in design beautifully tailored and finished in that
workmanlike manner that insures long wear. Like every article
we sell, they are backed by a guarantee of complete and lasting
$1.50 hig frtdd lonf coits. 200 la
dies' and miss-os tall r d suits, the
918.00 ki. d, Saturday
180 tahcrtd tergo) md corduroy Q
skirts, a ga v value, Saturday pmf$yJ
2S0 btautifully trimmed hats,
worth up to $6.00, Saturday. ,
These aro very exceptional values UDusiial opportunities to buy bet
ter than ordinary goods at much lens than ordinary prices. Wo give you
our personal guarantee? Hint every article) will be exactly as represented
and that we will thoroughly pleao you in quality, fit and price. 1'l.e
Fatuous is the "daylight" store of Omit ha. Shopping here is a delight.
A few exact duplicates of Paquin and Worth
evening; gowns which sell tor 943.00 and
Second floor, where rent Is low.
Orer McCrorey's 5c and ID c store
Take the elevator
and save money.
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