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THE liEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. APRIL 13. 1012.
MINERS MAY REJECT SCALE'
Majority Has Been Cut Down to !
Extremely Small Figure.
This Suit Sale Will Close
Tuesday, April 23
OMAHA'S GREATEST CLOTHING HOUSE
This Is the
MAST MEN ABE KOI VOTING
We have purchased the entire stock of the
"Schaefer Tailoring System
which embraces an endless assortment of - Imported
fabrics $25, $30,: $35 and $40 SQits.
Made to your measure
Come early and make the best choice. This is an opportunity of a lifetime.
Our Guarantees to you are:
1st A perfect fit or no sale.
2d All pure wool fabrics.
3d All trimmings high grade.
4th Every suit strictly hand-tailored.
5th We keep in press and repair all garments made by us.
Gth Every garment is man-tailored and not sweat-shop work.
Mail Orders Solicited
Attention 1 1
Tall Men, Stout
Men, Younf Men,
Hard to Fit Men,
r.4a fl ft
JSHSiTi -re Y i It CI I
1522 Farnam Street
10 p. m.
Deal tar Sale af Atlaalle Railroad
Maa Sat Brrm Met by Proposed '
Bayers Polk Ceealy Mea
ARMY WILL TEST NEW PLAN
Begimeat with Fall' Equipment to
March from Dubaque to Sparta.
JA1T OF MEN FROM FOET CB00K
War gtreaatb Oraaalsatloa Made
tp Irani Urn fraai Tare Bel
IBCBta Will Try Oat tha
LA CROSSE. Wis.. April tt-For the
purpose of testing the new military
equipment, tha nw organisation and tha
paw Infantry drill regulations, companies
o( thraa regiments of tha United Bute
larmy in to In brought together at
.Bparta, Wis., according to announcement
imad. bara today by Congressman John
Each, by authority of tha War depart
ment. Next month a regiment of war alrength
i to be organized from companlea In the
Fourth. Twenty-seventh and Twenty-
(eighth Infantry. It will consist of twelve
companlea of 1S men each, one machine
,Sun company of men. one band of a
men, headquarter, detachment of men
'and U mounted scouts.
Tha troopa will aseemble at Dubuque.
I la., and march to Sparta. The march
will be made to atudy the new equipment
and several experimental outfit" will
.be tried. Tha regiment will be accom
panied by' automobile truck to teat their
.suitability for military purpoeea and new
i cooking outKU will be experimented
I At Sparta tha battle tacllca of the new
(infantry drill regulation will be used.
'It b proposed to determine whether the
'regulations need further amendment
Much attention will be given to the
equipment of mounted man of tha In
'fan try and axpertmenta will be nude to
I ascertain If a mounted staff for Infantry
'regiments la desirable,
i Entirely new suggestlona for a field
'train, with forge tools for blaok smithing
land for equipment of veterinary service,
will be tested.
Mlaeaart Baaker Faaad Dead. '
MAY8VIIXE. Mo.. April It Middle
ton J one. 64 years old. pioneer merchant
and banker of MavevlUe. was found dead
in bed by tils wife today. Heart disease
cauaed "his death.
for Park Highway
SHERIDAN'. Wye.. April 1! -(Special.)
-Determined not to be left off the pro
posed northwest national highway from
Chicago to the Tellowstona park and the
coast, 8herldan Is planning to send to
the Wyoming-South Dakota good roads
convention, which meets at Buffalo,
Wyo., April 1 and 20. half a hundred
good roads enthuslasta to Insist upon the
city's rights and to vote In favor of car-
rlng the route through Sheridan and
around the north end of the Big Horn
range, via Custer battlefield and Pryor
Gap, thence through the Big Horn basin
to the Cody entrance to tha park.
In opposition to this plan It has been
suggested that the route be carried over
the south end of the range via Haselton
and Basin City to Cody. Southern
Wyoming la working to bring the road
down to Casper and Douglas and thence
np through the twain to the park.
Greer managed to run and hide In the
grass, It being In the night time, and In
tha meantime Carlyle smashed In the
headlights on the auto and pushed his
knife blade through one of the Urea.
It seems that soma time ago Carlyle
had soma serious difficulty with an auto
while driving a four-norm team, and
since then haa felt very bitter toward
auto drivers In general.
Bomb Exploded in
Taxi-Auto in Paris
PARIS. France. April I2.-A bomb ex
ploded Inside a taxl-auto in the Rue de
Lyon this morning. The blast shook the
neighborhood and wrecked the motor car.
Tha chauffeur and several pedestrians
The outrage Is believed to. have been
committed by chauffeurs, many of whom
have been on strike for over two months.
The taxtcsb was paaaing alont the Rue
de Lyon from the palace de La Basllle
to the great railroad depot of the Lyon's
Windows In tha vicinity were smashed.
Farmer Para Dasaaa-ea.
WATERTOWK. 8, D.. April U.-(8pe-daU-Delibermtely
turning his team
across tha road and refusing to allow an
auto to pass, L. M. Carlyle, a prominent
farmer of this county, paid damages and
court costs to the amount of 968. CX Be-,
sides stopping tha auto driven by Art
Greer, a local business man, ha threat
ened to lick Greer, but falling In this
attacked him with a large lack knife.
P-I A-i . tF I aw-d am as a JTa. k V d
d elegance, located io
New wrk's social centre
Easily accessible to
tlieatre and shoppinc!
S-W rseawwid. bats -35?
(PtClAL MSCOUerrs 15roJO
MAY re OCTOBEtt
NEW YORK. CITY
TECTM8EH, Neb.. April i:.-(8peclal.)
Samuel Freemole, for forty-two years a
resident of Tecumseh. died at the family
home here at 11:39 o'clock p. m. Sunday,
April 1, after an Illness of two weeka
Ha was TO years old, Samuel Freemole
was born at Pagertown. Pa., November
14, 1141, and he lived there for twelve
years, when he moved to Illinois, where
he made him home until the year U70.
when he came to Tecumseh and had since
resided here. On September 2, liTT. Mr.
Freemole waa united In marriage to Miss
Martha Stanton of Tecumseh and the
wife and five children survive. The chil
dren are: Mrs. Myrtle Burggraf of Thief
River Falls, Minn.; W. D. Freemole of
Edgemont, 8. D.; Frank Freemole of Te
cumseh, Mrs. J. P. Pangbum of Rulo
and Miss Mae Freemole of this city. Mr.
Freemole had three sisters and six broth-
of which three are now living, a
follows: Mrs. Susan Jones of London
Mills, III.; Matthew Freemole of Cur-
real), Mo., and T. E. Freemole of Belott,
Kr.n. Mr. Freemole waa a wheelwright
by trade and was a finished mechanic.
He worked at Ma trade throughout the
active yeare of hla Ufa.
The funeral waa held at the home at
19 o'clock Thursday morning and was
well attended. Burial was In Tecumseh
TABLE ROCK. Neb.. April 12.-Bpe-
clal.l-Ne.ws haa arrived here of tha death
on Friday last of Preston Martin, aged
about at years, at hla borne near Leady,
Okie. He had been In hla usual health,
so far aa la known, and had gone out
to plant some trees. His wife following
less, than a half hour afterwards, found
hla lifeless body on the ground. He lived
here for many years prior to his removal
to Oklahoma. J. M. Bush of this place
and his daughter. Mrs. Jasper Skillet,
father and sister of Mrs. Martin, left for
that place yesterday.
Mra. t, D. Caaatersalae.
BEATRICE. Neb.. April U-iSpedal.)-Word
waa received here yesterday from
Philadelphia, Pa., announcing the deafa
of Mrs. J. D. Countermine a former
Beatrice resident, which occured at that
place a few months ago. The deceased
waa the wife of Rev. J. D. Countermine,
at ona time pastor of the First Presby
terian church of this city. .
Rofciii t Deals.
DOUGLAS. Neb.. April li.-8pecial.-Robert
Dunlap died Wednesday evening
at a Beatrice hospital where he ,had
been receiving treatment. He waa .
years of age. The body waa brought
yesterday for Interment. .
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
PES MOINES, April i:. (Special Tele-
i gram.) Returns from the referendum ;
I vote of the miners In district No. 13 on
i the proposed new wage scale ahow an
alarming tendency toward rejecting the :
scale.' A majority of l.W votes for ac- !
cepttng the settlement, as recorded from I
' twenty-eutht locals Thursday, was cut
1 down to about sen majority by the returns j
I today. Tha total number of locals heard i
t from ia about forty. I
Secretary Frank Cameron of the district '
: convention announced that apparently not 1
j more than 8 to m per cent of the miners
I are voting, and lhat probably the accept-1
1 a nee of the operafory proposition will ;
win by but a slight shade. There are j
' 3B.0I10 miners In. the district, organised i
I Into eighty-five locals.
Atlaallr Deal Kalla Throagh,
The deitf Involving the sale of the At
lantic railroad to a new company known
! as the Iowa & Omaha Shrt Line haa ;
virtually fallen through. John Read of
the law firm of Read Read, who Is act
ing for the Atlantic company, ststed that
i the Dromoters of the new company had
not paid over the . for the stock
as agreed and that a further continuance
might not be granted.
Several Indictments were reported by
the Polk county grand Jury. James R.
Breakfleld waa charged with larceny aa
bailee and Cupid Cameron was charged
with burglary. James McBrlde and J.
Ooogerty have charges of breaking and
entering against them. This pair had
been arrested near Valley Junction and
were serving sentences for a petty crime,
and were indicted by tha grand Jury on
tha charge of breaking and entering.
lewa Newa Notes.
OI.BNWOOD-A l-year-old daughter
.... . rhv came Into
pos"eWon of a bottle of carbolic add and I
diank a swallow. m 7""tt,Z
doctor by enrgetl work
chllds1 life, but It was badly burned.
GLKNWOOI-J. W. Campbell, 11. B.
Wilson u A. H. Hartman of the Wintered
city council and J. 8. Leopard, city at
toiitey. were In Glenwood this morn ng
en route to other cities Inspecting paving
of various klnda. They go from Ulenwood
CRE8TON J. H. IJchty, aged St years,
died at 'the Cottage hospital last night
sfter an Illness of over a year. Mr.
Llchty was one of tl.o oldest and most
.nwperous of the city's bunlnees men.
He came lu-ie li. ir.6 end fci many yeare
had been in the sjrocery business.
MOUNT PLEAPANT-Iowa Weslevan
college at Mount Pleasant has Just been
mad the recipient of a gift to ap
div on the I1J0.UJ9 seventieth year en
dowment lund President Schell la trying
to raise. The donors were Mr. and Mia
B. o. MoTu'.m of Muecatlne.
I-OOAN-The plaintiff withdrew the ac
tion In tha Injunction proceedings and the
defendant paid the coats here yesterday
In the case of J. M. Kennedy against
f.w tieasurer of Harrison county. The
Injunction ntoreedinee re Instituted to
prev. rt nin laslor.s being paid M. W.
Molr aa special collector of unlisted taxes.
CRE8TON Orders from tha foiled
Slates attorney general have restored
federal grand Jury bearings In the Cree
erfri courts, beginning with the
new term. Just prior to the last session
of the federal court held here orders
vtv..n that the grand Jury Invest!'
gallons be dlsuontlnued here and beard
DBNISON Crawford county, being one
of the strongest aemocrauo counties ui
Iowa, is becoming wrought up over the
nominee for thst ticket for president. The
caucuses are held April 1. Frlenda of
Harmon have been sending In much
literature and friends of other candidates
sre active. It la believed lhat Wilson
wills be endorsed at tha convention,
GLEN WOOD Patrick Burke, one of
the oldest citizens of this county, died at
Young Men's Store
AVe know wlmk young men want clothes full of
swing auJ action Miiart, crisp styles that stand out,
and impress your friends with your good taste and
You'll find no Imok-numhers here. Every suit is
strictly up to the minute and style is accentuated in
everv line and feature. There is a cut to
that even the hest custom-tailors envy.
Sounds strong, but when you consider the
staff and facilities their high-salaried design
ers command, it's not to be wondered at.
As low as $18 and as high as $40, but a choice
$20 t $25
Drop in and see the new English soft-roll, semi-form-fitting
coats; the. exclusive Derby hat, and the
other swagger styles that are setting the pace this
How about shirts, ties and gloves! Now is the time
to take advantage of our full stocks. As a suggestion
some striking new patterns in men's shirts in colors
and stripes at $1.00 and $1.50. Soft negligees $1.00 and
up. The cross-bar ties are still winners-50c up to
$1.50. Gloves for spring wear, $1.00 to $2.00.
esssaaasssmaaasaaWgwBasasjaawasssMa . . . ..
his bom. her. today. Ha cam. w
In U68. In that year he walked from
..... . onuncll Bluffs where he
obtained labor and accumulated sufficient
nrnnertv to exchange It for t acres of
land four miles south of Denieon "i w
He owned acre, for a "umrr nf
years back. Burial wa. made from the
Cai hollo churoa.
CREHTDN The Railroad Men's club at
their meeting last night heard the report
of the committee who have been investl-
R sling the co-operative elors at Alliance,
eb., and were favorably Impressed with
the report. Five hundred dollars wss
subscribed at the meeting lasT night and
subscriptions W the amount of X.0o are
to be solicited. If this amount la fortn
com'.r.g. li'" rullioaders say the store here
will be opened soon. It will be patterned
after the ona at Alliance.
LOGAN Delegatea from th. Ancient
Free and Accepted Masons of Utile
ainue Uixlale. Mleeeurl Vallev. Wood
bine. Dunlap and West fide, assisted ths
members of Chryanlll. Lodge No. 43 or
Logan here yesterday afiernoon and
evening In esempllfylng third decree
work. O. O. Rock. 1- Logan and Harlow
P. (Iroavenor being the three candidates.
Nearly IM wer. In attendance.
OLENWOOO-Prartlcally every avail
able auto and other means of conveyance
was pressed Into service this morning to
convev .vsrybody thst would volunteer
to help, to the western border of Mills
county to aas'st In l.oMIng tha levea that
was reported aangerously near tha break
ing point. Th. Missouri liver la very
high and rising. Three hundred acres
of land waa reported Inundated yester
day. The western bottoms will be cov
ered If tha levee 1. not held.
1'IIKXTON Tharlen Tetters of Plea nan
ton, la., recently brought here for a
healing before C6mmlealoner llanna of
the federal caurt. charged with bootleg
ging, rame prepared m make a hard
fight, bringing hla attorney from Inn
with him. However, the Investigation
resulted In his being bound over to the
grand Jury it the November term. It
la said Tellers had recently been tried
and ronvlcti d In tlie district coug at
Leon for the sai.ie offense.
Persistent Advertising Is tne Road to
I First Award, $25 In Gold Second Awa
First Award, $25 In Gold Second Award, $15 In Gold Third Award, $10 In.Gold
ia ' I !
Why Does a Name Mean So Much? Because
The mere MENTIONING of ame stands for GOOD principles or BAD principles. Some piinov like-somMpeople, ave
GOOD names, while some pianos, like some people, have BAD name.
We Are Offering These Prizes for a Name for a Player Piano. Why We Do It:
, i ... K. i. nar.A A taamrh. mi th market a full size 8-note Player Piano. What.wetarafter ow k
are not roine to depend upon wrr own weas, p.i w.u . yJ.yj.TZlm'J
tms aty ana
Because the Detroit Ideal is enameled a
few seconds wiping leaves It clean;
bright and the most beautiful thing ever
pot in any - kitchen and because It la
each beautiful baker and smooth
worker It make, cooajng - a pleasure
rather than a burden. Our Cold Storage
Refrigerator tola aeaaoa la both porce
lain Hoed and white enameled. The Cold
Storage received highest award at th. St.
Louis ei position. W. sell on small
monthly payment, or a cot price for cash.
Stoeuel Stove Co-, 714 8. Ulth.
Leva .wires amok. Permits.
in. ... n 4c Hrnenri lrnori OUT own Ideas. Pill Will scare vie uaauuiai y - . r .
wc .C ..v .wws -- -.--a-adj-, ire buyinr pianos and player pianos with actually "anyoia mvme" on tne faiwjotra
hiLttAieidoitueta d advernsinr money to bum it in the minds of the people so strong thatthe
nmf of ol!?R Phw& lmbeaml i by-word and a common household word with eTerybotJy in this community. Isn't
this good judgment on our part?
do the rianoF-buy1nfc public have to pide or 4t ttemte the purchase of a jfhjo i or Pta-o? Only "A
NAME" jn reality. Of course they Bare tne Pno if" . "-j
as piano dealers, can ten YOU anout our rno: iour ncx, . '" x
we have hundreds of them in this community, then we have "SAID SOMETHING navenl we?
CONDITIONS OF CONTEST " ,
r .,.,,. TOa .uagMt tor th Player Plane, what her It b. ionf or abort, a word erpreMfcg quailly or aometMat "Malcal.
a. . b2 fttty la. giS2 rlU 'm ItUrl.u. A ort nam. a. much aa a km on. Jujt ao tt la wliat w.
ieslie. , . ,v. .Mtinei thm "SHflT NAME" oMadnabia for our new Player Piano and to popolsrUes ti.
Thlg proposulon M conduct., wr vu v' i
mates we nanaie. . . ...bla to antar.
No on. oonnacted wita our T. .r. K-t namaa. This la with tha nftnoat falrnega to ail
... . i ka wiafld r eesr mtarm bv A nril 1 gth 1119
gendlns la gUtable aonaatJOM wui aa noun r -i '
Th. .opertnt.nd.nt of our factory wUI cioc-. or
na- la actable surge will ba notifll by ansUL Propolis
la cass of a tie, equal awards will bo fireo.
E- B. Segerstrom Piano Co.
Omaha' Exclualv Repreientattve of th g.nulna Knab Plane
1825-2T Farnam St. e e . OMAHA, NEB.
"Walk Out of Your Way to Buy From Us-stRaTr"
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