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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1912)
Crisp New Wash Dresses
For Women and Children
For Girls, there's an abund
ance of pretty dew dresses of
percales, ginghams and cham
brays, in a delightful variety
of pleasing colors a great
many made in . the winsome
Th price ar so modMt that on
make a aubstantial urine in tlm
and money by selecting the dainty
ready-to-wear .garments for flrla
from 2 to 14 years
Age 1 to year 59 75c
$1.00 $1.25 81.50.
Age to 14 rar $1.25
S1.50 51.05 $2.25 $2.50.
Fcr Juniors and Small Women
W have never ahown an assortment of dreaees more
cleverly (tried nor aa moderately priced a these.
They are at one suitable for th business woman and
for nomine or afternoon wear at' home.
Percalee, Cbsmbras and Glnghame in a wealth of new
pattern and eokrra. ..
Jnnior aixe 10, 17 and IS. graaU Women' gtsee, 32 to 40.
$2.50 " J2.5. '.I '$3.50
1518-20 FAENAM STBEET
WILL WEAR JO-TIP BADGES
Three Organizations of Iowa Trav
elen Take Action.
HOTEL LAW IS DISCUSSED
the best aaadiUea f the
by this omwIMm:
fa this government
tar rig)d JnulettloB.
f Uw U.O0 people
for bob t 1 ij that pioperlT
OOtmt gawss tm the deetruetum
aa; tot (hen a ar.
lot IU raanl
jranftenent evt, owmrameat whatever
hares wr n od thee 11, QM pea!
light have Informed himself definitely
rof th haaarda Into which h r h wu
(buying." . '
jlleaalatloa ef rikne lmpiwctlaeM.
The report discuses th doctrine e(
govrnmnt regulative ef price, but dis
icourages It, saying compatHloa ed la
jdlvldiiainy ear th arrest remedies that
jhav Aeon sufficient through all ags te
protect si in ah M01 that new
uinreatea. v sir not jret ready I
jwrtta npltpk oirtr Itber."
The ommlttes eMtimeta that CJs per
cent t the must eiimime t controlled
Ley the ombtne. It also finds thst the
trust" .be m larg imsrset la the beet
jeunr ent ( the business. With its
strongest comptroller, Arbuekle Brethera
(there U said to he a condition of "armed
The refining margin . ea sugar has
jreached a trifle aver U cent per KM
pounds according to th report. ThX
lwas lowest during the Arbuekle wsr la
l, N eeVirs;' gad prior to the rgantea
ttloa at the truef in WT we n.aV, Th
uommltle give a credit to Che trust foe
producing th cost f eager, but reports
Uhst la vm utar east 1st osnta a pound
ac In Ull th prion of auger- w-l
cents pound. It report that In MM
ithe world a supplr of augaf u It.).
(toss at which Kl per eent wa beet
jeuaar. ..... ... ,
Th largest lugar coMUmlng euatrie
of theworld were th Valted Kingdom,
HAM pound per capita, and th United
jattate. tl.t pounds per capita.
The committee followed Instructions tn
importing whether the exletenee of a
ftruot had any tendency ta decrease the
iprios im euaar cane ena oeeoi n tne pre
iduoer. )t reported thst the Lout at en
tcaa grower Is dlaorlmlnated against by
aa arbitrary ruling f th trust but thst
th Hawaiian planter I Independent.
' Of th beet ugr groww the report
"Tour committee report thst (he erf-
ateae a takea does not disclose combiha-
Itloaa Between manufacturer la th beet
eugar Industry that' have rti ol or had
tendency to cans a decrease la t
roost tt cugar beets., f
PMklis Bear, Bay Wlekenaaa.
. BT. lOUId, PM. 1T.-After Mr. Wicker,
ehsm had read today' report of the
'Harderlck ugsr sonunlttee
ihsartlly and eald: v
"So eongree ha waked u has H," be
Mld betweea laugaa, Voagras It slew
jaa usual. "
"I aav toiind out U my wa aatto
ifacUaB swraa mnaUu ago that there wa
A sugar trust cuwoUicg mora tbaa at
per cent tt ah lodostrr ta this wuotrjr
iaod (Ud th AsvaramaM eulL 1 am
glad to know that cessrea. sere ssealss
After I took that actios, has really le
cevred that there I a sugar trust"
fIRST METHODIST CHURCH ,
OUT FOR THOUSAND MEMBERS
At th rirsl MethvdUt church, Twea
dlgtb cd l'aesapl Mreetav a esilipelie
I pa i laeraa th awmbershtp a Lei
(Ta charch he had aa addlttaa f r
1 Bsmhcrs garlag th last tew week.
ffwadap menf a vxa&m, ia the
CtuA rr VThSer wtS b aaewered
Pj.Vi. VftoM. Cm paste, is th
PtsgS far act Jetsmg th chsroh.
PITTSBURGH , RAILROADS ,
BEGIN STORING COAL
' sTTtSBClMJH, Ps.. Feb. TT-Rsllroads
a th Ptttswargh district sr' preparlag
tap a, seal strike and large' goaatwe ef
coal ar beta- stored. Coal eompaale la
(fee district ar working foil Urn flUUg
contract, much of th coat betsg store.
,". ataawr Library Faad.
ZOOAB, Mob., Feb. 17.-Uaeclel.)-The
ffsr Ladlee Library assoristloa gae
atortaumeat la th opera beuee hut
reaioaV Th play wss a humorous tiies
act drama entuied "A Family Affir."
p character were all ftUed.br heese
lalcnt. aader th direction of Mrs. Wini
fred HcOe. Th Edgar orchestra furn
ished th snsts sad Mrs. McOeS d
; aom ef th other Edgar singers rendered
sects betweea sets. The receipts win act
fh womea m (Me, with which they la
lead to start a faad for th porch of
p born lor th library.
lajaawg r Clmlar Baw.
BEAVER Crrr. Meb, reb. H.-(8pe-Mal
TelgFBs.)-Wsltor Itsw. a farmer,
praa sriooaly mjwed by the barstlag of
a circular saw. A fragment ef the Mad
track him m th back, mflfarttrig s
f ingmnia weemd. Th gotloi 1t mom
liT for hi recorery.
WOLCQtT RECEIVES PARDON
Ininnnee Han Releued from Peni
tentinry on Hit Arrinl
DOCTOaS EAT HL5ISS IATA1
Oa ProMlse l ptslatlyee to Tsh
' ffla t Hie Old Hess la la
t ajiaaa, Kaccallr Kar
( else Obeeread.
Orrllle C. WoleotC formerly general
gent for the Prudential Life Insurance
company with offices la the City National
bank building, wh wss gtvaa aa lnde
larmlnat sentence In th stkte pealtea
Uary oa a charge of Mtsrtng forged In
struments, wss pardoned by Oorwaor
Aldrlah yesterday arteraooa when be was
taken la Unoola to begla aenraig hi
A phyeleal eismlnsllon mad reeeatly
showed that Woleott could net 11 r long.
He I nffsrlng from Incipient paresis
Hi relsthrea hv promised the goearaor
that thsy.wlll Uks him to hi old horn
la Indlssa, there te lire what few days
he has left oa earth. Oa thi coedltle
the governor pardoned Woleott.
Woleott for tw year wu 'general
agent of the Insurance company and last
summer resigned te g Into ether busl
neee. Shortly after hi reetgnsttoa had
takep offset ' the book were examined
and It was found oertala papers had keen
paid Vnd th receipts not amounted for.
Beverai person wer called In and exam
Ined aad It wu found that Woloott had
forged certain paper for various sums
The exact amount appropriated by WoU
cett wu never made public but it ran
into 'the thousands.
After resigning hi position u general
agent, Woloott left for Virginia, where
be wu arrested last September about
three weeks after leaving Omaha, at
Norfolk, V. He was brought back to
Omaha ud given a preliminary hearing
before Pelloa'Judge Crawford, wb held
him to the district court and set hie
bendo at et,J0, which were aever raised.
He watr-Uken back to Jail and has beea
then ever sines, a on aver putting up
bond for his raises. la the district
court he wu found guilty ef forgery sod
glvea aa Indeterminate aentsaee of from
one to eva years, lis wu taken to
If Preseat Statute te Bet Aelde
Traveler Will Ckamptoa a
Similar Bill at Heat
(From a Staff Correspondent)
DES MOINES. Is.. Feb. 17.-8peclal
Telegram.) Button badges bearing the
motto, "No Tip," were adopted u the
official insignia of the antl-tipplng cam
paigners at a meeting of the Iowa Com
mercial Traveler congress today. Repre
sentative of th Hswkeye Commercial
Men association, ths Travelers' Pro
tective association sad the Iowa State
Traveling Men's association were present
The three organisations will join hand in
th campaign to abolish th tipping vll.
Discussion of th hotel inspection law
now In litigation before the supreme court,
wu a part of the business of the session.
It wu decided that a new law will be
championed by the travelers In case the
high court holds thst the present statute
Coaeecratlea of Bishop Dewtlag.
The consecration of Rev. Austin Dowl
ing, recently appointed bishop of the
newly created catholic sea of Dee Moines,
will probably be held March It. The
dsflnlte dat for the ceremony cannot
b determined until after the arrival of
the papal bull. Bishop Matthew J. Hsr
kln of th Providence diocese will set
s consacrator. '
Hearts aa Raeelaitloaa.
Governor Carroll today fixed next Fri
day at th day tor hearing before him
In resistance to the requisition from the
governor of Illinois for warrant for Earl
Sheet, Etbert Bead and E. H. Mitchell
of Sneaandoah. all under Indictment for
the alleged fraud at Marseille, III. Word
wu received that the accused men will
mak a hard fight to prevent requisition
being Issued snd ths case will Involve
the whole question of promotion of the
8wanson company In Illinois to take over
talks Ueleaatee for Taft.
Information received today from Cal
houn count I to th effect thai In the
republican caucus held last ntgbt there
wu selected ninety-two delegate who
ar favors bW to th reoomlnation of
Taft and th remainder of th UO not
pledged. This I th first test of strength
la th eountiee of th mat.
Gas Company Cannot
Charge Full Rates
For Partial Service
KANSAS CTTT. Feb. 1?. The Kansu
City Gas company cannot charge th
same rate for low price pressure gas serv
le thst It does tor full servtc. accord
ing to th decision of Judge Lucu In the
circuit court here today la a ault brought
by th city to adjust gas price according
to service given.
Judge Lucu continued la fore the
temporary injunction which Impounds
one-bslf the receipts of th company
until it be determined what amount shall
be returned to the consumers. The case
will be carried to a blgher court If
Judge Lucu' decision be upheld con
sumers. It Is said, will receive beck part
of th money paid th company for serv
ice during the January cold snap.
is Drawn on Jury
MINEOLA. N. T Feb. 17,-Colonel
Theodore Roosevelt of Oyster Bay wu
drawn today among other resident of
Kssssu county to serve u trial Juror at
the term of court beginning March e.
Most of the others are farmer and busi
ness men of th county.
TIP O'NEILL MIES UMPIRES
Fire Indicator Handler, for West
ern League Announced.
Triff)jTTT. KEAPP0I5TED CHIEF
BRITISH AVIATOR KILLED
- BY FALL OF HIS CAR
LONDON, Feb. 17-Orahsm Oilmour,
one of the beat known among the British
viators, wu Instantly killed by a fall
with his aeroplane from a height of 380
feet He wu testing a new monoplane.
In which he wu making a flight from
the aerodrome at Brooklands and wu
traveling at the rate of sixty mile aa
hour when hi machine suddenly buckled
up end dropped to the ground like a bird
that1 had been, shot dead on th wing.
When eye-wltneese reached the spot the
found the s viator dead, entangled In the
wreck of hi machine.
The key to euccee in business I th
persistent and Judicious use of newspaper
ropalai Ossaha Arbiter Will Take
Cfcaa-aw Tapiree Acala Thle
Tear Kaapp, Wts ITaaptred
Lst Tear, Back A gala.
Norria O'Neill, president of th Western
learn yesterday afternoon announced
ftv of th umpire for this season, whom
he had already decided upon. The three
other will be announced at a later date.
Those who have beea appointed are Jack
Haskell, chief umpire; Louis Knapp, Dick
Klsaane. of th Wisconsin-Minnesota
league; Harry Johnson of the Ohio and
Pennsylvania league, and Thorns Carter
of the Pennsylvania State league.
Jack Haskell has devised a scheme
whereby he will get the benefit of spring
training, aomethlng he hu not taken In
several years. He will leave In two
weeks' time for Excelsior Spring, where
he win take the bath for a few days
and shea branch out to the various train
ing quarter In th south and get some
umpiring practice. About th latter part
of March h will go to Jopltn and will
mak the rest of his stay there umpiring
ell the gemea the Rourkes play in that
Klsaane, the new umpire, who
live In Omaha and who wu appointed
by O'Neill, will In all probability
travel with Jack Haskell around these
town and get the benefit of the "old
timer" knowledge. He will also get
into the game by umpiring a large num
ber of games himself. Haskell says he
hss had his eye on Klssane for almost
two years and believes that he will make
a greet umpire before many seasons. He
eeys that all the youngster aeeds I th
right kind of company and th right kind
of handling and he will make a real live
Ther will only be two of Ust year's
umpire on O'Neill s staff this season.
Jsck Hsakell. of course, will be back,
but Knapp will be the only other one.
Knapp came into the league lut year
practically unknown, but bowed that he
hu the stuff and knew bis business.
He wu a asber and Industrious fellow
and wu given credit for It by all th
magnate and for that reason be was
again appointed to handle an Indicator on
th Western lesgu staff. At the
schedule meeting In Chicago two weeks
ego at the request of the magnate.
O'Neill eald he would not use any of th
1911 umpires but Haskell and Knapp.
Flees With Latest
Bride to Avoid Arrest
OAKLAND. Cel.. Feb. 17. It wu
learned today by the police that Dr. Mil
ton Abrama, alias Moore Chad wick, allu
"Sir Harry Westwood Cooper." who
blgamously married hi sixth wife last
Friday morning, had left with his bride
within aa hour after the wedding cere
mony for Victoria, B. C.
Funds for th trip, which combined the
pleasures of a honeymoon with the neces
sity of evading the police, who sought
hu arrest for having broken hie parole
from state prison, had beea obtained from
his bride's mother. Mrs. Herman Mlll
brath. who believed he needed money
only until he claims a large setste in the
Cooper' criminal record began in New
South Wale in 189s, when he wu sea-,
tenced to eighteen months for obtaining
money under (alee pretense. Sine then
he hu been imprisoned twice in 8an
Quentln for forgery. He was paroled Ust
October after serving three year of hi
His marital record began tn 1893 In Syd
ney. Australia. ' A year later he wu mar
ried again and in 1&V7 his third marriage
wu solemnised at Toronto, Canada. In
UN ha wu married at Crockett Cel.
th marriage being annulled later. In lsttt
he wu married in th San Franctaco
county Jail to his fifth wife, whom he
Cooper, under the name of Dr. Milton
Abrsms, attempted to obtain f II, 000 oa
a forged draft her recently, having ar
ranged with the proprietor of a local
hospital to purchase aa Interest The
bank suspended the draft and refused to
euh It .
Is what you pay for. Why
not get it! Our motto is, to
give the very best work
that improved machinery
and experienced help can
turn out. Returned in a
way to preserve the qual
ity. Shirts in sanitary cov
ers; collars in bands, thus
holding their shape. Soft
collars and ties in holders.
Let us show you.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
Phones, Dong. 1812; Lid. F-1631
Q. H. Harr Pitno Co.
tske pleuure in announcing to
the music loving public the open
ing of piano eelesrooma at 107
Boston Ktore Buildings N. W.
corner 10th and Douglas, where
they Invite attention to the fam
ous Henry F. Miller. Story
Clark, Laffargu A Co.. and other
well known and reliable pianos
and player piano.
THE OMAHA BEE
Omaha's Greatest Newspaper.
; ADVENT OF NEW YEAR
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 17.-The words
Toon Hu Sua Nln," which when prop
erly tntonaud mean "Happy New Tear,"
are being passed la Chinatown at cheer
fully u It a Tung war had sever Bean,
All recent enmltlu ar forgotten ta
celebrating the Chinee bekdaya, on a
greater scale than usual because of
timent over th passing ef the "old stylV
calendar. la acoordaac with th repub
lican decree. January 1 hereafter will
epen the Chinee year.
Thousand ef firecracker wer ex
ploded shout th quarter today aad th
new Chinee flag wi
COLTON OF YORK OUT FOR
YORK. Neb, Feb. IT.-gpacUl Tel.
raavJWllllaa Cotton of Terk ha aa
aeuaoed MasMlf a a oaadidata for rail
way iBtmhw,uaM oa th republican tic
ket Mr, Coitaa'a platform la "the equare
deal.' H served aa repress atatlv from
Tork county la th hut. tw k-glalatures.
Methods of Sale of
Timber of Indians
DETROIT. Minn., Feb. lWoaeph Farr,
former government superintendent of log
ging, la th congressional committee's
hearing ef the fraud charge In Whit
Earth reservation lands, today charged
th Indian department and especially
Prancla E. Leupt, commissioner of ths
department undeV President Kooaeveit
with the' responsibility for the ioe of
tsos.Ot to the Indians of th reservation
and for alleged frauds on the reservation
which followed the Clapp act of MO. He
told the committee today that he had
given Information to the department
which have guided It In iia attitude
toward the Indiana
Mr. Farr declared that the rejection
by th department of the IM bid of Fred
Herri ck of Wisconsin for reservation
timber wu In the interest of the Minne
sota timber ring "ud pert of a plan te
get the land directly in the hand of
th Indian where It could be bought for
"lee than halt its value.
When be wu notified that bid were
to be opened September a, 16, Mr. Farr
said, he advised the department that
thirty days notice wu not sufficient and
that ths Minnesota companies wanted th
bids opened befor the eutalde companies
had aa opportunity to make bids.
Mr. Farr read a letter from Mr. Ledpp
during this period which spoke of Sen
ator Clapp' objecting to the plan for
selling timber. In this letter Mr. Leupp
aid that veiled threats and intimations
of trouble which would come to th de
partment if the bidding plan wu carried
out reached htm. After the letter had
beea read. Representative Henry Oeorge
asked Mr. Farr , who had made these
"I think Gu Beaulleu can throw aom
light on that" u Mr, Fair's answer.
ARMOUR AGENTS ORDERED
TO INCREASE PRICES
CHICAGO. Feb. tWoiena of the Tat
private telegrams of Armour Co. to
see (era representative urging; higher
price for dressed beet wero Introduced
la evidence ha th pecker trial by th
government wer read to tho Jury today
by counsel for th defense.
Some of the telegrams read weret
Chicago, July T. tfia-Nayer, Philadel
phia: I am afraid yoa don't realise w
are la earneet about having better prices
for beef. We don't Ilk today reports
t all. T. O. Lee.
Chicago, July 7, WA-Neyer. Philadel
phia: To never gave me Information I
asked about selling te Jobbers and grave
diggers at Wuhington last week. T. O.
II. A. Russell, sales manager tor Ar
mour A Co., who wu recalled to the
stand at the opening of court explained
thst "grsv diggers" was a term used
to describe buyer who only purchased
wbea th breach bouse hu aa ovar
eupply ud at eCllged to eeil below th
T. -,5 ...
The Most Remarkable Value-Giving Event
in Omaha's Retailing History
Swings into Its 4th Week of Success
FRANKLIN C. HAMER
of the American Safe Deposit
Company with safe deposit!
vaults in tne Uee Building,'
says there is $9,000,000 in the?
btate Treasury of Nebraska
invested in drainage, munici
pal, school, countv and state
interest bearing bonds, which '
has taken more than thirty!
years, to accumulate from the:
sale of publio lands.
During the past ten years
tne people of Nebraska hava
lost over sine million dollars
by buying worthless invest
ments, never to retnrn. The
resources of the people of Ne
braska can be conserved by
ceasing to buy promises only,
of high interest return.
-N0THEE week of record breaking crowds and unparalleled values in furniture and home funnshingsthousands
J of dollars' worth of excess goods fresh from our warehouses are reduced 25 to 50 per cent below regular prices.
r---7 Every article distinctively and critically selected, not style-stale or store-worn, but artistic and desirable, in
iwryJ most interesting variety. . Ibis is not a haphaxard undertaWng simply to promote sales, but a irreat February
Clearance of stocks that have accumulated because of a backward season. To appreciate the magnitude of ths sale, yoa
must remember that the Hartman Homefurnishings Stores are the largest in the United States, and that the stocks shown
comprise all grades from the finest European reproductions to every dependable and serviceable grade in present day
designs. Thousands of people have saved time, money and patience during this sale. They found our prices equivalent
to getting dollar bills at discount of 25 to 50 per cent. Numerous young couples about to start housekeeping have grasped
this timely opportunity to furnish their homes complete, in the best taste, with the best furnishings at wonderful sav
ings. Come tomorrow and share in these extraordinary bargains. : .
LIBERAL CREDIT TERMS ON
ANYTHING YOU PURCHASE
Parlor, Dlnlag Room, Bed Room and Kitchen Furnished
Complete, or any other four room furnished complete with
Furniture, Stov, Ruga, Curtalng. etc., J8.Q0 monthly,...
Dresser, extra ls
uu. iw large
and two email
drawer pull, ex
tra else French
bevel plat mirror,
Solid Oak Chif
17 finished cold
en, fir large
gains, 7.I0 val
, I 1 hl Bxteasioa Teal
Thll ' . y- I I built threughoet
ul , ' i I 1, yw- of highest grsrt solid
' iiO.UU r1v lahed. l,e top. .up-
' ' 1 ieea a ported by heavy ool-
t rw:g j , , l "" bnta
!.69J This BrassO
Pr! f Afrit,: O
3 00 Dining Chair Parlor Suite
oak, leather teat
diner, extra alze.
built of hlsheat
oak, hand pol
ished. Broad ban
I n guaran
teed g e a a
til steel Bod, Cr
heavy filler, all
site and all fin
18. S value, spe
best grade of
oriental and flor
al patterns, SIS
value, - specially
All Flt Mat
tresses, bolt layer
upon layer, high
grade felt cover
ed with fancy art
ticking, full IS
110 vain, for
i - Inch posts, t
massive f 1 1 lers
and ta guaran
teed for IS rears.
Msttreta mad of
high grade felt
built layer mpon
layer aad cover
ed with fancy art
ticking, ' weighs
full 45 poinds.
The spring la
mad with all
steel , frame and
three rows of
copper coil sup
All Brass Bed, 2-inch
post, five fillers; guaran
teed ten years.
M a g n Iflcent 3
parlor suites, ele
ed with genuine
$40 value, at
Velvet Hug, Ori
ental or floral
made of beat ma
2.u value, at
High grade solid
oak, full box teat
Dining Cnajr up
,!.5Q value, at
Kitchen Cabi't Buffet
With top, bint,
aiga. mad f
selected at a -terlala,
II a a
drawers, d e u -fct
tit par tn ent.
O q 1 4 n oak or
lined to a mirror
1S value, now
glass ends, ad
f 21 valae
solid oak, ma
hogany or bird's
eye maple, lit
value, special at.
Solid oak con
French plate mir
ror. (22 valu,
solid oak, glass
and weU constructed
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