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AFFAIRS AT SOOTH OMAHA
THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. APRIL 13. 1912.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
" aot Prtat Is.
Jecrrie Toaetera Burgeas-Granden.
L. T. CkucliUl, Dentist, ft Brandels
T. a. lacker, republican candidate tot
Senate. Bell phone -Florence SeV"-Aa.
oj A. aVJph. Printer. !! & 1. IX nil
Willis E. ImI, democratic candidate
for United States senator, rrttnarlea
1. D. Wead, staunch friend of munici
pal ownership, candidate (or Water board.
arriah Tails at sTorfol. a V. Par
rish. manager of the publicity bureau ot
the Commercial club, went to Norfolk Fri
day to make an addreaa before the Com
mercial club there.
Charon Social Pleased The Parish
Aid society will be host to friends and
communicants of St. Stephen's mission at
a parish social to be given Monday even
ing at Saratoga hall.
aTawsbojs Are Discharged Ton j
Monico and George A. Smith, the news
boys who engaged in a fight Thursday
noon over the variation of news in two
extras about the death of Pope Plus,
were discharged In police court.
Itned fox slot Tilling Horse For re
fusing to kill a sick horse after It had
been condemned. II. V. McGrogan was
fined 15 aud costs in police court. The
evidence showed that the horse had not
been fed for three days and was in a
terrible condition. It was killed last
Auto la stolen While C. H. Walrath
of 1M" South Thirty-third street was at
bis home Friday night some unidentified
person got Into his five-passenger autu
moblle and disappeared, taking the car
with him. The police were notified and
up to noon today no trace ot the auto
mobile had been found. '' '
Kamiltoa Bound Over Robert Hamil
ton, ' arrested with Robert Burns for
breaking and entering an Illinois Central
freight car and atealing sacks of potatoes,
wss sent to the county Jail by Judge
Foster to' keep Burns company. Burns
was bound over to the district court
Thursday morning and Hamilton Friday
Draw Una of lea While willing to
plead guilty of theft, Henry Johnson,
negro, would not make a similar plea to
a charge ot breaking and entering in
police court. Johnson was caught In the
act ot robbing the room ot E. V. Robin
son several weeka ago lp the National
hotel, MI South Seventeenth street.
Johnson had In his pockets Jewelry worth
176. His trial will be tomorrow morning.
rnnsral of Kites stiller Today The
funeral of Miles H. Miller, who died
Wednesday, aged 13 years, at hla home,
4101 North Twenty-third street, was
held Friday at J o'clock and not
Thursday afternoon, aa announced.
A change in arrangements cauaed the
error. Mr. Miller had resided In Omaha
Hold Their Banquet
Around a gorgeous banquet board laid
In the Loyal hotel last night, the class
of 14 Creighton law school closed a suc
cessful year ' ot scholastic attainment
Twenty-one members of the class were
present, and the flying hvura were spent
In a round ot ! merriment, relieved by
eclntlllsnt flashes of budding legal wit.
Different speakers responded to the call
of Toaetmaatar-15. T. Jlsnnon.' and -the
Plrlt of class pride and tmlty' was ex
pressed and reiterated In rounded oratory
nd melodious verse. " '
The affair was under the charge ot
Messrs. H. Potnsm, P. E. McOovern and
Leo Pryor, all of whom received the
unstinted praise ot their classmates for
the splendid provision made for the cele
bration of the occasion.
At the close of the bennuet the class
In s body marched from the hotel to
Famam street, where the Creighton yell
was given with s vim and spirit that
waked the echoes of the night and found
response In the cordial smiles ot the
late wayfarers and passersby.
Those present were Messrs. Leo B.
Unelcben, Perry A. Bronson, Carl C.
Kattleman, Thomas P. Curran. Thomas
B. Donnelly. I B. Day. Walter C.
Rhonsk. Irvln E. Jones, George & Ken
nedy, Max K. Klrkorian. John H. Lie
bens, F. P. Hogan. Walter T. Moore,
John O. Moran. Patrick E. McOovern,
Leo 10. Pryor, George W. Pratt, Harry
H. Putnam, John J. gullvan and James
Ringer Will Seek Earning of Eeferee
in Ouster Case. .
BEPUBIICASS MEET TUESDAY
Will Afford Opswtaslty far All
Candidate Appear and state
Their Position, Harases
speak Tkls F.vemlae;.
Acting for Attorney General Grant
Martin, Attorney J. Lesn Ringer yes
terday served notice on the attorneys
for the fire and police commissioners,
Joseph Pivonka and John J. Ryan, that
the appointment of a referee to hear
testimony In the ouster proceedings
brought against the commissioners would
be sought on the 15th of the month.
The announcement was communicated
to H. B. Fleharty, one ot the attorneys
for the defense. Besides Attorney Fle
harty. It Is understood the firm of Smith,
Smith A Shall will participate In the
suit on the part of the accused commis
sioners. The notification by the attorney gen
eral that a referee would be appointed
Indicated that the ouster suit will be
carried on to Its final termination, not
withstanding the doubt that was raised
as to the effect that re-election would
have on the matter. Some who discussed
the case expressed a donbt aa to the
further pursuit of the matter. In view
of the fart .that both Ryan and Pivonka
were returned at the late election. Others,
however, and especially lawyers, argue
that If the two men were guilty of mal
feasance, they would have been ousted
on those charges, and under the circum
stances would have been Ineligible for
: The. ouster proceedings. It Is thought,
will be short and to the point. In view
ot the recent Indictments returned, which
to a' great extent eliminates ths possi
bility of suppressed evidence.
Hepabllraas te Meet.'
At a meeting of the executive com
mittee of the South Omaha Republican
club, held yesterday at the headquar
ters, arrangements were completed for
a large meeting to be held next Tues
day night .at the Red Men's hall. For
the occasion all the candidates on the
state and national ticket will be Invited
to attend In order to communicate their
views on public questions to the voters
It was commented on at the meeting
that the South Omaha republicans were
In first-class condition for the approach
ing election. It Is the policy of the dub
to give courteous and attentive hearing
to every candidate who presents him
self for republican suffrage.
Jadae Levy Withdraws.
Judge Jacob Levy, who recently filed
for the republican nomination to the
state legislature withdrew his name yes
terday and will not make the race.
Judge Levy declared that In making the
withdrawal he was actuated by the tact
that- there were other good men In the
field. The Judge declared that, he would
support the party nominees to the best
ot his ability notwithstanding ths fact
that he would not enter the race himself.
Harases te gtoek Exehaace,
Governor Judson Harmon of Ohio will
addreas visitors at the Live Slock Ex
change building this morning. For the
governor's visit the Harmonltes are
making strenuous efforts to arouse some
enthusiasm. In South Omaha, however,,
the Wilson men are strong snd the fact
that Harmon Is alleged to stand for the
trusts asd big Interests of the country
haa done much to make the efforts of the
Harmon supporters Ineffectual.
Magle rily Gossip.
Boy Scouts Best spring and summer
shoes for boys. Said only at Cressey's.
J.'J. Neson left Isst night for the coast
He expects to be gone for two or three
Homer Peyton, formerly a South Omaha
boy, was shaking hands with old friends
In the Magic City yesterday.
Our Boya Tan shoes or oxfords, from
tl.M to S3.M pair will please you. Craseey.
Miss Verna Mann returned to her home
at 8ailnh. Kan., yesterday after a two
weeka' visit with relatives here.
White Shoes snd strap pumps. In can
vas or tan buck, all styles for old or
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Smith of Hartlng
ton. Neb., en route to Texas, were guests
Monday ot Mr, and Mrs. Oswald.
Arthur C. Panooaet, only Republican
candidate for State Senator residing In
South Omshs, Primaries April Win.
Danish Sisterhood, No. t. will give a
calico ball Saturday night at the Danish
Brotherhood hall. M2s N street.
William, the (-months-old son of Mr.
snd Mrs. C. Waymlre, Twenty-third and
C streets, died yetserday. The funeral
Mr. Working EVIan, Your
Spring Suit is Ready
for You at Our Store.
7 Too don't ied tie cash yoor credit la food. Am
EASY CHARGE ACCOUNT
awaits yon here. Why bearute? Our megs suits are full of style,
snap and best of all, Qualltr. Our Half and Shoe likewise.
To Make Good tc Yea Means a lot to Ds
' Wont you come In ui look as over. Ton are welcome even though,
yea dost any., Ju Utile down and some on pay day will dress you
gat wall as though you paid spot cash. '
We Are Strong on Ladies' Suit, Dress Coats and
MUHnery. Bring the LedUs Alon With You
M, T. KOslDO,CHT. Manager.
Z w am MMiBiii i si iTi ii a srsaal. n Jiifserar fci ns- '
Ceasdl Bluff Braaem attiS. Xaia 81
Men, Keep These Facts in Front of You,
You Start Out to luy Your Spring Suit
You know that here on our great clothing floor are many times more Spring clothes than you'd
see in any other store in town, the Spring stocks on our floor right now could not he properly displayed on any other three clothing floors in Omaha.
Twenty-six years of setting the pace in buying and selling men's clothes 26 years of not only
greatest volume but of most dependable quality has established this store in favor of the great majority of clothes knowing Omahans. The man
of fashion comes here because he knows our styles are authoritative the man of limited means comes here because be knows he saves money
Some stores timidly claim to undersell without giving any logical reaion why they can. We
boldly assert our ability to undersell all other Omaha stores 20. Here's why We buy in far larger quantities, direct from America's largest and
best makers. We pay spot cash makers can and do give biggest buyers lowest prices. We sell most and can therefore sell on smallest profits.
Facts are facts we do sell 20 lower. -'.
Come here tomorrow to our acre-like Clothing floor belted with big windows and bathed
in sunlight. See every new Spring 1912 style. Everything from the acknowledged high class tailoring houses in America clothes made outside for
style and inside to keep that style permanent and everjthng 20 lower in price. ,
Don't Take Any
Chances in Selecting
Your Spring Hat
Coma direct to Head
quarters and choose from
the only eomplete represen
tation of leading metropoli
tan styles in the West.
Nebraska Specials $1.50
Rutland Hats ....$3-00
Stetson ITats $3.50
YOU WILL AGREE WITH US-STRONGEST VALUES OFFERED
Men's Shoes Wa guar
antee our $2.50 Shoes
the equal , of most $3
.and $3.50 Grades.
Wa (five you styles that
you'd hardly expect In any
thing but S. 50 grades
We aire you leather that's
In most f 3.60 grades
Coma to our new enlarged
hoe section where wa giro
big shoe Talues.
Tomorrow Specials for
arrangements have not yet bean made.
Man. Men See our great line of oafords
In tan or black, all shapes. Best valuee
shown, from 13 to (4 a pair. Cressey.
Adolph, tha Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Lacona, died yesterday mornlni
after a abort Illness. Tha funeral will be
held this mornlna at o'clock from the
residence Forty-third and J streets to
81. Mary's cemetery
Comfort Shoes and slippers for ladles;
treat line; )ust the kind for thoee aching
J. P. Johnson, father of Frank John
son, tha blind newsboy at Twenty-fonrth
and N street, died thla morning at the
South Omaha hospital, totiowins; a lin
gering Illness. The body will be taken
to Woodbine, Iowa, fur Interment.
The nine months old child ot Mrs. C.
Waymlre died last nlsht at the home of
Ita parents, Twenty-third and C street.
Funeral will be held Saturday afternoon
from the family residence. Rev. Bpllcer
of Bellevue, officiating. Burial In Laurel
- Advent of Members
Tha Ancient Order of United Workmen
held Its second annual banquet Isst even
ing at tha Henahaw hotel, plates being
set for over M0. Ths dining hall was
crowded with ths old snd new members
of ths order, tha function commemorating
tha event of new members during ths
months sines laat September.
O. W. Lorena was toaatmaster, and In
all hla cleverness and humor kept the
speaking aver up to the minute. There
wars seven speaksra besides Mr. Lorens:
A. W. Walling, grand master workman,
David City; Judge A. U Button. U J.
Qulnby, A. A. Sear la of Omaha, Fred
White leey of Grand bland. Dr. A. w.
Woodard of Aurora and T. H. Bennett
of Omaha. A. A. Searla spoke In Jamos
A. Tancock's place, tha latter being In
disposed. Dr. F. H. Dunham of Union
Pacific lodge No. 17. offered ths Invoca
tion. Ths Increase In membership of ths or
der's lodges in Douglaa county reached
a greater number than that of laat year,
totalling sN new members secured this
Members of tha order assembled at the
Workman temple at Fourteenth and
Dodge st rests snd formed la a parade
led by the Ancient Order of United
Workmen band to tha hotel.
of Law Gets Books
Fifteen thousand dollars worth ot law
books bars Just been bought by tha
Creighton College of Law, which, when
added to the present collection, will give
the school one of the moat complete
law libraries la this part of tha coun
try. Ths new books will be received and
cetalog-ued during ths summer vacation,
and will be so arranged aa to give
readers personal a ceres to the shelves.
The growth of the Creighton school has
necesattated this purchase, and haa also
made It aeceeaerr during the past few
months to enlarge the office devoted to
administration, an elegant suits ot fagir
handsomelv furnished nrana hln
j available for that purpose.
MANY ATTEND FUNERAL
OF VETERAN SHOPMAN
A large number attended the funeral
services of David Geilus. Union Pacific
shopman, Thursday morning at Leo Hoff
Lan's undertaking parlors.
It. R. L. Wheeler or the First Pres
byterian church. South Omaha, spoke
with feeling and tenderness of the vir
tues of the veteran shopman, and recalled
Incidents of bis thirty-four years' resi
dence In Omaha. Dr. Wheeler paid tribute
to ths character of the deceased.
Tha pallbearers were John Power.
Henry Shaffer. Fred Sargent. Carl
Schmidt. August Krochnow and Dow lie
Avar. Ths last rttea were aald at the
grave la Laurel HIU cemetery, where the
body wss placed beside that of bis wife,
who died seven years ago.
CLARK MEN TOUR NEBRASKA
Booster, for Champ Clark to Cam
paign tha State.
LEADING DEMOCRATS C01ONQ
Lara Party te Divide at Omaha
Meaday aad Will Try iwlae
Nebraska lata Line for
. the Speaker.
The democrats are going to atlr up
something politically In Nebraska next
week, or at leaat during ths four days
prior to tha primaries that srs to be
At ths Champ Clark headquarters It
waa announced last nlgbt that Clark ora
tors will burn up ths fertile Nebraska
prairies during ths four days. For the
occasion, John Atwood of Kansas City,
Richard Frank Pettlgrsw of Sioux Falls,
former senator from South Dakota;
Oeorge Fred Williams. Massachusetts;
Fred Dubois, former senstor from Idaho
and A. ei. Dockery, former governor of
Idaho, will swoop down upon ths state.
Sunday and Monday they will start out
on a speaking campaign, the purpose be
ing to put ths state Into the Clerk col
umn. The plan of action had not been out
lined Isst night, but It waa said that
moat of ths speakers would arrive Sun
day, when a conference would be held,
at which time all ot ths details would
be arranged. It was known, however, that
ths orators from the outside ststas would
leave Omaha early Monday morning and
that during tha daya preceding tha pri
maries, they would travel singly. In pairs
and la teams, making aa many towns
and delivering as many speeches ss pos
sible. Ths campaign will be mads on passen
ger trains, on freights and in automobiles.
Last night, the preliminary plans, which
are subject to change, contemplated a
monster democratic rally la tha Inter
est of Champ Clark, to be held at the
Auditorium Thursday night, with two, or
three snd possibly sll of the spsaksrs ad
dressing the meeting.
The Clark men look upon ths present
movement as ths final gun that will be
fired in tha campaign that Is to turn Ne
braska over to Clark. It had been plan
ned to have one. or two speakers In Ne
braska next week, but the presence of
Governor Harmon In Omaha yesterday
and the fact that he la to deliver sev
eral speeches today, atlrred tha Clark
managers to action and getting busy ou
tha telegraph wires, they sent word out
along the line, with the result that they
have secured the largest bunch of demo
cratic orators and spellbinders that has
swept down upon the state In many a
According to ths statement given out by
Arthur F. Mullen, who Is promoting the
Champ Clark boom In Nebraska, former
Governor Dockery of Missouri; George
Fred Williams of Massachusetts and
Richard Frank Pettlgrew of South Da
kota, will arrive In Omaha -Monday
morning. That evening Dockery will
address a mass meeting at Plattsmouth;
Williams will speak at York and Pettl
grsw at Wahoo.
Other speakers In the Clark spellbind
ing campaign will arrive later In the day,
but. at noon their dates had not been ar
ranged. Dates for the other daya and
nights ot the campaign will be outlined
as early as Saturday morning.
Atwood to Address
the Creighton Men
John H. Atwood, lawyer ot Kansas
City, will sddress the graduates of ths
Creighton College ot Law, Medicine and
Dentistry at the combined, commence
ment at tha Boyd, April XI, his subject
being "Ths Spirit of ths West."
Iir. A. V. Dunn of the College ot
Medicine will speak on "University
Progress," and ths desns ot ths re
spective colleges' will present tha gradu
ates upon whom the president will confer
A number of Judges of the supreme
court are expected at the eommenea
ment, and the oath of office will be ad
ministered to the young lawyers Imme
diately after the degrees are conferred.
The University orchestra and the alee
club quartet will provide the muslcsl
numbers on the progrsm.
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ROYAL LEAGUE CAMPAIGN
WILL END NEXT MONDAY
The special campaign which ths
members of the Koysl league navs
been conducting will close Monday
evening, April 33, with a union
meeting and Joint clasa Initiation In tha
large Bohemian Turner hall. Thirteenth
and Dorcas streets. The full ritualistic
work will be conferred by ths crack team
of Omaha council. No. as.
There seems to be considerable rivalry
between the councils, each wanting to
have the honor of securing the largest
number of candidates for the occasion, as
sell ss to win the fB cash prise offered.
Supreme Archon W. E. Hyde of Chicago
will be present.
Tha general committee representing all
the councils in Omaha and South Omaha,
having In charge the campaign at Its
last meeting, unanimously and enthusias
tically adopted the proposed plan for
closing the campaign, and the members
promise their hearty co-operation.
The next meeting of the committee will
be held In the Turner hall Tuesday even
ing. April 1, at I p. m.
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