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The 'Omaha Daily Bee
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OMAHA. SATURDAY MOHXlXti, MAY' 25, 1!1:
SINGLE (X)PY TWO CENTS.
TEACHERS TOGET MORE PAY
Committee Secnrei Schedule from
Thirteen Other Cities.
BOAED MEMEEBS FAVOE MOTE
list bows thai (luk Teacher
"' -' Par Thaw .tar
f the Other Cities that
MiM Josephine Grant of lthrop school,
head of a committee of grade teacher
appointed to request the Board ot Edu
cation for at, Increase in salaries e( grade
and kindergarten teachers, has received
schedules of salaries from thirteen cities.
The Omaha minimum salary la. no In
stance la as large as these cities.
"Our teacher ought to hare more pay,
of that there is no question." said lr. E.
Holovotrhii.er. chairman of the buildings
and grounds committee of the board. "It's
a dlngnicc to the city to pay them the
salaries e are now paying."
other members of the board have
aird tliut .salaries are tou, small and
an increase mil be nude this year, to
take effect uext fall. Following is the
schedule of wages paid In other citlea:
cit.1 - Minimum. Maximum.
fm? H l.ax
:u.iuellfe. it. 1 600 WO
Minnettliolis a 6U"J ' l.OliO
vuiuraiio springs Hiu
St- -aul 450 K0
Kalituri t.'itj. Mo 1 032
I'alerson. X. J T5 1,000
Ac. I.oil.. H 1.51IO
ljelroli ii)0 ijou
..ilijg. bjj ' i,Vw
JiiuiHnapoils WO l.uuo
Et. Paul salaries approaches nearest tuo
salaries ild here. Omaha teachers re
ceive Hj minimum and after eight years
of service may work up to a maximum of
lr. Hulovtchtner believes the Mlnne-
apolt. lohediile could be adopted here and
would b a needed Increase.
James Richardson, chairman of the flu-
am c committee, . Is In favor of an In-
cieate and probably will ask the board.
for other changes, among them being pay
for trainer, who now Works without sal.
". T. lour(f, chairman of the teachers'
coirmlttee. favors an Increase, . Other
members otf.hl committee also express a
dtsire to see the teacher paid more.
Superintendent F.. U. Uraff has approved
the move toward an Increase.
Estelle Gives Cox
Permission to Use
"Divine permission" to- call Henry R.
Gering a l:ar during argument of Benja
min A. Redman's suit aaMnst Ger
ing for alienation of the former Mrs.
Redman's affections was given Guy
Cox. of counsel fur Redman, by Judge
Lee a Estelle yesterday. j
Offering of evidence was completed at
II :ts and Cox began the opening argu
ment for the plaintiff. After reviewing
the testimony In a. general way and
arguing In support of the truth of the
plaintiffs charge. Mr. Cox fell to pick-'
Ing to pieces the testimony of the defense,
centering his attack mainly upon Mrs.
Redman and Gering.
"Henry lied there," said Mr, Cox.
referring to Mr. Gerlnr'a statements re
garding his tew meetings with Mrs. Red
man. "He iled almost everywhere.
"I -object to this Insulting and abso
lutely uncalled ofr attack." shouted
Matthew Gering. attorney for his brother.
Jumping from his chair. "He has no
right to call the defendant In this caw
a liar and a perjurer."
"Theie la no use In bandying words
to this Jury," said Cox. "I'm going to
call a spade a spade."
"We'll see what you are going to do."
cried Gering. "I'm making my objec
tion to the court'
"I don't Ilka the language,, myself."
said Judge Estelle. "It Is a pretty rough
way to express the thought, but I can't
control argument ot counsel except to
limit him to discussion of the evidence, i
would use different language If I were
res king the argument You'll charge the
other side with misrepresentation when
you argue, or say they're mistaken, or
something to the same general effect. I
know what I'd do If I were arguing the
case for one aide or the other."
"We don't have to stand for that
language." Insisted the attorney.
"I overrule the objection." said the
court "As I Say. I don't like the lan
guage and it wouldn't Impress me very
favorably; but If Mr. Cox feels that way
about It and wants to use such expres
sions he has my divine permission to
Despite the ruling In his, favor, Mr.
Cox expressed his thoughts more gently
during the balance of his argument He
waa followed by Mr. Gering.
Flour Broker Sues
Gooch for Injury
to His Business
Richard' A. Thompson, wholesale flour
broker, 534 Sherman avenue, tiled suit In
district court against tha Gooch Milling
and Elevator company of Lincoln to re
cover S&Me tor alleged injury to his busi
ness and reputation. The suit is em
bodied In an answer t a -suit on account
against Thompson filed by the Gooch
company. v '-.i'St .
Thompson alleges instll"; "ggd the
Gooch company shipped dim a eoMicn-
ment of Tour, which, after delivery to
the trade, proved to be short weighted In
esck containers. Weight Inspector Pegg
caused his arrest, which, attended by
newspaper notoriety, resulted, he says.
In partial toss of business and reputation.
The complaint In the case was dismissed
by the city prosecutor, the answer states,
on the ground that the Gooch company
and not Thompson was to blame for the
It Is further alleged that, recently the
Uvoth company, ehtpped ! Thompson two
cars ot flour that proved to be musty
snd that Its delivery to customer resulted
tn the lor of several of them. Including
one or two furnishing large accounts.
Thompson's refusal to pay for this flour
caupcd the Gooch company to bring auft
for COW, to which he filed answer.
Playgrounds in the
Public Parks to Be
Installed by Hummel
Joe B. Hummel.' head of the depart,
ment of parks, will ask the city commis
sion for funds with which to establish
public playgrounds In parks and tn other
parts of the city where they could be
"We have only fcl.tll.lcft In the park
funJ," said Mr. Hummel, "for warrants
were dut against the fund when I en
tered office. It Is probable" not more
than COW or K.000 can be used this year
to establish pis y grounds," but, 1 want to
tell you that !. roald be spent for
that purpose In the city snd the money
would not be wasted."
Apportionment of the general purpose
fund has not been made. From It Mr.
-Hummel expecta a sum to devote to the
advancement of the public playground
"tin the squire" candidates advocated
public playgrounds in their campaign ad
dresses snd are determined to carry out
their pledges on this score as thoroughly
financial condition of the city will
allow. Base ball diamonds, tennis court,
croquet grounds and swimming pools may
be established In some of the parks this
year. . ... 1
S (a H. Stamps Free With All Purchases
New Summer Suits, $15
Newest in materials, newest iu colors, newest iu style kinks
in such profusion mid iu such splendid quality that we know
you will not find their equal iu Omaha for less than $20 to $-5.
Bfandeis' Change .'
Style of Building
and Build Deeper
Since the announcement by the Mc
Cague Investment company that a new
building Is to be erected at Seventeenth
and Douglas streets to extend back to
the alley, the Branded interests, which
are erecting a store building and hall
east of the American theater, have de
cided to double tha depth ot their new
Li Hugo Brandels says the firm haa been
waiting to see what the McCaguV people
were going to build on the Seventeenth
street corner In order to make their
building conform with It. Although the
McCague building will be four stories
high snd the new Brandels structure
Just two, they will conform In general
appearance, owing to the height or the
ground on which the Brandels building, I
being erected. The change In plana made
by the Brandels firm will necessitate
tearing out the property room ot the
American theater, which extend out Into
The lower floor of the new building
will be divided Into ator room, while
the extension ot the structure to the
alley will give much more room to the
hall, which will make up the second floor.
This hsU will be used for dance, enter
tainments and meetings of various kinds.
NEWLY FOUND FRIEND
RUNS OFF WITH MONEY
En route to Omaha Thursday night Earl
Parker of Gordon. Neb., became ac
quainted with a man named Adams, who
ssld he lived in Grsnd Island. Adams
said he knew "Omaha like a book.' and
agreed to pilot Parker about . The two
went to the Midland hotel for the night
and occupied one room. This morning
Parker awoks to find Adam gone, with
B from hie coat Docket.
Cultivated taates prefer Permits? sav
FARRELL WANTS TO PULL
BACK BID ON SCHOOL HOUSE
I. J. Farrell. lowest bidder on the four
room addition to the Long school and
whose bid was accepted .last Friday by
the bulldine snd grounds committee of
the Board of Education, has declared he
trade a mistake and haa asked permis
sion to withdraw his bid. The bid waa
tU.ODe. Next low bid was between i1t.W
and ftt.OOS and the committee bold a
meeting this afternoon to consider the
advisability ot accepting It -
STREETS AND ALLEYS MUST
BE FREE FROM DEBRIS
Commissioner A. C. Kugel. head of the
Department of 8tret Cleaning and Main
tenance. ha notified contractors and
burld'r that material frwi buildings be
ing demolished must not be lft fa the
alleys. Old plaster, brick- and mortar
must be removed. He has requested the
contractors to remove such mitertai
within a day after H ts deposited is the
street or alters.
Cylinder troubles usually
are due to carbon deposit.
Trace back the carbon
deposit, and, if you do not
find the fault in your mix
ture, tou will prohably
find it in your lubricatinsr
POLARINE OIL practically
eliminates carbon deposit.
It saves you front fouled
park pings and valves, scored
It keeps proper lubricating
body at high temperatures. It
feeds freely right down to tero.
-The Polarine Brand covers
Polaris Oil: Polarine Trans
mission Lubricants tin three
consistencies!; Polarine Fibre
Urease and Poiariac Cup
Standard Oil Company
We bars Just received sad as packed the
new summer salt aad yoa wilt be sar
prised at the nhasaal Vatae-erea for Sta
neU's whea yosTaee that they erejaerkee
only tl OQ. They" arotao sort of garanate
the naa aad yonag aaaa will reeel la these
werMder-Jnrtheai that will giee htm
a "s"wiartaapy7 "eriap air ef Importance
whea the-rest of th saen is tows are Urn
and wilted" looking. Tour moat critical la
peetloa nuTlitd7" 0thrsalte at tlt-fsj
H6.50, gao.oo. "taa.ao and'aaa-oo.
500 pain of men's anil young men a
trousers of all wool and worsted mater
ials, plain and with ruff bottoms; values
up to J 50 at tl.&O and Sl.n.V Other
separate trouser bargains at i."M to
$.VMt. Lots are too small to admit of
Men's alinoN raincoats. In gray and
tan. regularly sold at S.VoO. Sat.. $4.75.
Blue serge suit special for young men
-All wool, hand tailored, blue Bergs
suits In sties 31 to 45; a regular $16.00
suit, this Saturday only,- $11 M.
Men's New Coat Shirts, a Dollar
And there are some other fin shirts at ll.iS that came with those w offer at
tl .so. W made a fortunate purchase of a Urge number In the freshest and
rhclceat ,-onl-lookltig summer pattern and colorings , you hive seen In many a
season Great value. More like l and IS than.tl snd fl.W. See them Saturday.
One lot of boys' hlgheit grade
hand tailored wool suits In single
and douhle breasted styles, sone
with an extra pair of pants; posi
Up to$io n 7 c
Values .. aT.
Another lot of sow ssrlaf ls.
with an extra alr or panta; all
colors and sites; up to li.i val
ues. Sat., while thev leal. t3.Se.
Odd aad aad ef soy' fla
wool (alt, worm up to 13 l, to
line. Satunkty. gl3S. ,
Boy' and children s hate and
oa os. ;.v to 4.
children' "brand" sew weak
salts tn all of th newest color
Inga and style. tc, r, tl.l
i.,s and 1 f 8.
.Boys' kkald peats aad Mow
walata. for vacation wear. t.0c.
Hoys' solaette aad ssearas pa
Jaatas, age to 14 years. It 0
ai"1 II. ! the suit. 1
Boys' 4Rc Moae wains, I Se
ll 10 fine madras seat shirts with
aoft collars to match. II. is.
- one lot of 11.00 and II. in seat hlrta
In a variety of rholc patterns, slightly
soiled from counter utsplay or hand
16c half hose In tan er black, and all
sixes from IV to IU, Inclusive, Hatur
tlav, 9r the lr. or three pairs for Z&c.
Men's lavltlble snspandere, lite.
Men'a and boys' digit grade leather
belt In all of the neweat shades, 2bc,
tor and 7.V,
ww waak Tie In neat pin striped
and figured pattern or solid color, lc.
eaclt or two for 2&c.
five big. line of HTRAW HAT8 In
ill of th latest snd most popular shspes
for summer of Hi:, I it. II 10, f:.0,
:.in and 13 08,
GEN CINE PANAMA HATH at II 0ft,
IS In and i so. You will find Ihs sain
qualities priced In other tore at II f
to 12. eo more.
Men auto rain-proof hats. 1.0c to
High grade oft and Miff ht--Try
'. , .orre.i line at 1.1.00, 13.10
fll'MHKR CAPS of fine light weight,
rain-proof material', choice of jtrey
nd tan; I0f and &o each.
2 Irresistible Suit Specials
for 11 colored
worth to $50
for tailored suits worth
from $19.50 up to $25
each i Rare bargains
The cheapness is in the prices only-there 's great excellence in the
styles and qualities. When you take iuto consideration the beautiful
'styiVfre6bues9"of these tuits-iiot a garment in either lot in the tore over.
even weeks-you will begin to realize what an extraordinary buying op
portunity this is. .
, ' Cleverest plain tailored and fancy models of tropical weight mix
tures, striped cloths and pluin fabrics. The price of $24.73 embraces
every eolored novelty suit in the store that sold ut uud iu between $;i0.00
aud $5O;0t)V :AU sizes in each assortment.
Wool Dress Skirts at $2.98
Odds and ends of serges, Scotch mix
tures. Panamas, worsteds, etc., In many of
the newest style Innovations. The values
range from $5.00 to $7.50 each.
Wool Dresses at Half Price
This Includes all of our fine French
serge dresses but excepts the cream-white
novelty and plain tailored styles. v Low
necks, three-quarter sleeves snd other
characteristics desired In summer dresses.
Dresses Worth to $20 at 19.95
the drosses in'thls lot are msde of silks,
wool serges, eh all lee and beautiful lin
gerie matcrlals-a miscellaneuus collec
tion, worth up to $20.00, priced for quick
clearance at $9.90.
Longjawn Kimonos. 75c
Long lawn kimonos- In fancy figured
and striped patterns with border trim
mings, regularly priced at $1.00, Satur
Coats for Large Women, ' 1 30
the vory large woman will fl. . In
this splendid coat opportunity for lliess
coats ars cut along dlffsrsnt lines than
ths average garment, paying particular
at.entlon to the peculiar needs of tha larga
woman. They are made of navy and black
serges, In else 38 to 63, lhrluslve.
A smalTTot of cravenelted coata that
formerly sold at $10.00 to $U.OO. choice,
Saturday only, while they last, $5.95.
Big Reductions in Children's
Coats-11.98 and $6.50
Lot Oae consists of children's costs In
sixes 3, 4, 6 and Gthat sold at $3.60 and
$4.00, going, riaturday, at $l.tK. Both
wash fabrics and wool materials. In var
ious styles, to choose from.
Lot Two consists of girls' costs In beau
tift'l new spring models of light and dark
colors-ages 10, 12 and 14-that regularly
sell st $8.95, priced tor Saturday's sell
ing only, $fi.50.
Women's JeWjr ribbed, lace trim
med anion suits of an excellent
wearing quality; regularly 60c, Sat
Women's fine ribbed aniob suits
with torchon Isco trimmings; sixos
7. 8 and 9; 50c values, Saturday,
35c the suit or three suit for $1.0O.
Women's low neck, sleeveless, full
taped Tests that are slightly Imper
fect In the making but the wearing
qualities were not Impaired, Satur
day, 3c each.
Oa lot of tsmmer aaderwear con
sisting of children' vests and pants,
women s vest and pa'tt" and buys"
rhlrts and drawers; slightly soiled or
mussed from handling and counter dis
play. Saturday, while they last, loo
Splendid models in med
ium bust and girdle top
styles with extra long hip
confiners; some with shir
string through the bust line.
Made of best quality batistes
and routlls, boned with non
ruatable boning, equipped with
irum luur 10 ia iuw support- ,
era and very reasonably priced, J
Saturday Pure Food Specials
Bennett' Bent eoffe and 2 lUmr'
X lbs. Bennett's Beat coffe and
ntanip. for tlXh
6 -lb. rati Bennett' pltol bcklns
powder ad IW tam flj
Aimort4d teaa. 7 mttaitfm. pound.. sWc
Te sinii.cn and I MKnipv. Ibs.lfta
Bennett's Capitol floar rpeclal offer
of inck at $lS
Pint can Cat Herd pur olive oil r
dured to t ....40o
3 pkfra- Tnasto corn fluke-- n xW
lent hreakfaM fond for bot iuin-r
days--with 1 fltampa..., 99o
lor at regetable seed, pkg., ie
17 !. fraanlated nurar $10
thie dozen boei mtty mat' hen. So
tintder'it aalad dressing and 14 stamps
1-lb. ran GhirardIU"s rhotulate and
I) stamps ...:.3S
10 Wn -D'.Asaond cap. . . .
pkg.. teev i leanxer and :
pound, with Umpa 3M
StnsM sweet p irk lea and 19 rtaniP'-,
ifart - ..36e
Oi sail and 2 stamps, jar a&o
Zt K part Q'ieen of th Parfry"
Pssstry flour and tstamp.. 9121
ruU cream rheeme and tv at pa. lb 2fto
Hand cheese, earb tU
Neufrltatel rheeae, earn.... 4e
1 ten a Tuurtst and Gruhan. crackers,
with ! stamps, pke 10s
2 ran a Evergreen com. ! st'p.SOe
Bennett's i'apltol pear and in
stamp, can .S5o
Sic bottle large queen oltras. . . dOe
I TRVXTS AMDl!
Kancy new potatoes, guaranteed
I i lbs. to the peck, per peck, A.V
2 bunches fancy asparagus. . . I Oe
3 heads fancy lettuce I Or.
3 large plain lettuce Be
C bunches fresh radishes .V
& bunches fresh onions. ..... ..V
Fresh string beans, lb IV
Florida pineapples, each 20c, l.V,
l-JHe and... ,.IOc
New solid csbbages. lb SHe
Missouri strswberrtes, crate of 14
quarts. S2.2.1; or the qcart, 10c
Fresh Spinach no 'phone orders
taken and no deliveries on this
Item per peck --. .V
Women' black, tan. white, pink
and bias hose with 14-lnrh pur)
silk boots, and extra fine Hale garter
lops, double soles, heels snd toes;
full regular made, strictly faat col
ors: SOr the pslr.
Women's cobweb weight, while,
fine IM stockings-the kind thst
will be hsrd to get this season on ac
count ef th treat demand and limited
snpplr at the faitorlos-SSe, Ms and
Oe Ihs rajr
Wamea's fiae eUk aes with id car
ter tops of sood lisle snd douhle lisle
solas, hish splhed lire's and toe: all
of Hi staple hades and all atzes, il.00
Wobim's fta gar. foil refwlav Bud
ilk Ual kea with saner tops and
oubls aoles: fast blas only, resular
10c Tslnea, gaturdar th pair.
PORK LOINS ......... W,e
PORK SHOULDERS 9,c
PORK BUTTS. 12,c
POT ROAST 12r10c
LAMB LEGS ll,c
VEAL ROAST 12r10c
HAMBURGER, 3 lbs for. . .25c
YOUNG CHICKENS. . . .Ultc
8-Ib. pkg. LEAF LARD. . .$1
M0RRELL HAMS. lS' ic
COUNTRY SAUSAGE, 3 lbs.
NO. 1 LEAN BACON. . . .17J2c
(From 7 to 9 p. m.)
PORK CHOPS uy3e
Less Than Half
A beautiful selection of the finest panamas in a large
variety of the newest
shapes ws secured iu n
special transaction & will
be on sale Saturday at half
price, and less. Karh one I
GI'ARASTEED GKM'INE and
la of the best quality.
Panama Hats, worth
, Each, tit
rvfn't fnr.et that THESE PRICKS ARB FOR SATURDAY
ONLY. Of course, the best choosing will be early tn the day.
I Roses. 39c
Fresh cut roses
that regularly sell
at 75c and $1 the
dozen, special sale,
Saturday only, 39c.
, Saturday ,
1 Frssh Klnffeta rhoculales
worth 60c ths lb., Saturday,
SOc. Salted peanuts worth
Mc the lb., Saturday. l.V.
IMtle molasses taffy, freshly
msde, 10c the quart.
Ths person who Is going away
for the summer, or who needs
a suit case or bag only once In
a while, will do well to Investl
gale the lines and low prices
at this store. For example:
Suit Cases of Matting or
Ha7lt"l.O0 to MWi
Rss at too and upward, ac
cording to the materials; trunk
at and up hy easy stasee
to I lie lilsho.t price that's res
sonahle fur a trunk of quality,
ete. W will he pleased to .now
them to you at your convenience,
25 100-piece dinner sets of
guaranteed porcelain ware
with pink, blue and green
spray decorations, regu
larly 'llJ.GO the r7 CsC
set, Saturday wj -
tlalvaniied poultry wire
In all slice, with a :-in
iiieh--lf pur.'hased In
rolls. .er sq. foot:
If pun-hsaed by
the ulere, per 3 f
Extra heavy wire car
pet beaters, with han
dles that will not pull
out; specially priced,
Xorth Pole ice cream
frmers, an extra qual
ity galvanized freezer--
3 -quart $1.65
In a Sale Saturday
, 101) pairs of boys' aud
girls' ball bearing roller
skates, that regularly sell at
$-.00 the pair, Saturday only
:ti0 pairs of boys'
and girls' ndler skates,
puwhased at a conces
sion and of- -ej. H-J
fered as a "-. '"'Y'jL.
day only. e.V. a.y
chilli's sulky with heavy rub
ber tires arflt extra long handle:
$1.75 values, Saturday. 9Hc.
I V-Jlsi I
3?- to 5S
250 Doz. Pieces English (SL Ameri
can Porcelain Odds and Ends. 10c
Assortment consists of two different styles und includes
coffee cups and saucers, tea cups und saucers, dinner
plates, covered dishes, sugar bowls, gravy boats, opeu
vegetable dishes, bowls, etc. values from 2m to $l.u0.
15 100-piece dinner sets
with handsome- pink and
green clover decorations;
never sold less than $-'J.')0
set, Saturday's CQ Q C
speclsl pries ;JJs7
finished top and
Ilk cut, se
"r a DC
pound w w
AT the seashore, in the
mountains, at home,
and abroad you will find
the best dressed Women
wearing "Dorothy Dodd"
Shoes. Their smart style,
and inherent attractive
ness appeal most strongly
to the wide awake American
girl, who appreciates the value
of always appearing in the best.1
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