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THE BEE: OMAITA, THURSDAY", NOVEMBER 7. 1HV?.
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Will Omaha fol
low New York
in the matter
of Soft French
Cuffs? Oh, Yes,
"Manhattan" Shirts with soft
French Cuffs! ltutlicr nifty
Idea Isn't It? And they're
wearing 'cm all over the east.
Tlint's the reason I hastened
to market ami btot-kt-d up.
Result is Munliiiltiuis in Mad
ras, Cheviot. Flannels, Mer
cerizcil and Oxfords, oil with
Soft French Cuffs, and quite
the snappiest shirts ever thrust
across an Omaha Furnishing
Price $160 to $4
BRIEF CITY NEWS
EUck-ralcontr Co., Undertakers.
Xlg-litnlnff fixtures. Uurg"n-aranau Co
Have Root Print It Now Bert eon Press,
Ballsy, the Dtnlst, City Nafl. D. SRS8.
O. A. Jilndaneet, tailor, ISS Tax. tllk.
See Sosco for low rated on I'amonJ
and watch loans. 1522 Dodgo. dvor
tlscmcnt. Bolvay Chestnut Cok SutUUctury
lor base burner line: te.50 per ton. Why
fay $12 for Pennsylvania anthracite? Cen
tral Coal ami Coke company. Opposite
Orpheum theater Phone Douglas 1121.
Cathryne Evsns Sues for Dlvurcs
Cathryne Kvens has filed suit for dl
voreo against Clyde L. Kvuns. ft barber.
Brick and Csmsut Barn The Portland
Investment company has let the con
tract lor tl.e erection .f Its $7.PW two
story brick nnd cement barn at Forty
second and Izard stieets to' M. Lausen-
burg of this city.
Dsnver Barbtr on Murder Charge
Chris A k lies, a barber, arrested early
last week In .Milwaukee on the request Of
tho Denver polce. wao brought through
Omaha early yesterday on hlr way
back to Colorado. Agnes Is wanted In
connection with the murder of the. wife
of a prominent business man. Detective
mulligan had him In tow.
Turns in Bog-us Order Walter J.
KlrklunJ haa fllsd complaint In police
court against toiils Cramer, accusing
jhlm of peculations to the extent of about
J50. Cramer was employed by Kirkiand
as a salesman of nuto supplier, anil
Kirkiand accuses him of turnlnu In boRiis
orders and (securing tho commissions on
thoin. The case wilt be tried on Novem
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Laborer is Eobbed
Asleep on Road
While in a drunken stupor and lylnj; in
soma weeds near Fifteenth and California
street. Al Darre, a laborer, was found
by two men nnd robbed of everything ho
possessed, including his shoes. .V night
watchman for tho Alfred Uloom company
saw the robbery, and when tho police
camo he was ablo to point out William
Walker, colored, and Ed Hodtrtna, whom
he accuses of having turned tho Job.
Wlillo in tho patrol, Ilodglnn attempted
to get rid of a revolver lio hod In his
pocket, but Conductor t'ete Dllon saw
him and confiscated the weapon.
n,,.. , . t arlo Nicosia
....r 0, singers endowed tho faded
beauties of Verdi's "II Trovatore" with
evnMV bTrei' Ut U, U0)d theater
evening before tho largest audience of
tho presoht opera week, it wa, tt MsUU
ful presentation of this familiar opera,
and the audience was moved to fro
'ATI m.ml ",!,USJS,1 al'l'luuse, forcing
Miss Abercromblo, licnrd Monday l4ell.
liiK as Cho-Clm-San In "Madam ltutter
". appeared again, singing the role of
Leonora with even better hiicccss than
she attained In tho Puccini prt. .She
hud her voice under masterful control
and took cery ruu without being
hampered In tho least bv ti. n.
of bnath control and varied tone effect
.Miss Olsdys Chandler, the Omaha Klrl.
will apieAr at both ierformatices. this
nttemoon as Olympla and this evening as
Scout in Aeroplane
Locates the Enemy
JUNCTION CITY. Kan.. Nov. C.-A suo
ccssful aeroplane artillery' test was a fea
turo yesterday of tho aeroplane man
euvers which ore being conducted here
by tho War department.
Battery K, Sixth Field artillery, was
stationed on the side of a hill with an
imaginary sncmy on tho other side. Lieu
tenant Milling, aviator, with Lieutenant
Sands, obEirver, flew over tho hill, ob
tained the enemy's position and then flew
back and dropped messages to the ar
tillerymen giving the information thus
RUSH IS MENTIONED
FOR HOWELL'S JOB
AVith tho election of Woodrow Wilson,
slates for dembcratic' appointments at the
federal building are being made. Al
though he Is taking no part in the move
ment, Sylvester R. Rush, at tho present
time special attorney for tho government
legal department, is being pushed for
United BtateB attorney, a position now
held by F. 8. Howell, a Taft appointee.
Howell still has a year or so to serve,
but the friends of Rush are getting In
early and are preparing to bring his
claims before Mr. Wilson. They point to
the fact that 'Mr. Rush is familiar with
the government legal business, having
been connected with the legal depart
ment for years and the additional fact
that he has always been a democrat Is
another reason why it is claimed that he
is entitled to the promotion.
I'roinlur of trr rritt.
"The Fortune Hur.t-r." the big Cohan
and Harris stircess will rlofe a very prof
itable engagement at the Urandels theater
Kthel ltnrrymore, will appear at the Or
pheum theater on November IT, for n
week's engagement when she will prexent
J. M. Itarrte s one-act play called "The
Twelve-Pound !.ook." There Is not n
plny-gocr who U not familiar with .Ml.s
narrymore'B career. From the time she
first tMcame r star In Clyde Fitch's
-vnpiHin jiuks or the Horse Murine.
until her Inst tour In Arthur W. rinero s
powerful play. "Mlrtehannel." she hns
held a foremost position in tho stellar
firmament. Her principal successes be
sides these two plays were "Indy Fred
erlck." "Sunday." "Alice Sit by tho File'
nnd "A Hllco of Life" plays railing for
wldo range of versatility and running
from drawing room comedy to tho groat
est emotional rolo. Miss Darrvmore. n
Is well known, is a member of tho famous
nrew-narrymoro family and is entitled
to the glorious success she has won by
acquisition and by right ot blith.
On Friday and Pnttmlny at the Uran
dels theater. Charles Frohman will pre-
Hcnt his new star. Donald UrUn. in the
latest nnd best of musical plays. "Iho
Siren." This new and youthful Fmhniun
star has a part In "The Siren" that is
admirably suited to his excellent singing
and renmrknblo dancing ability. Tho
waits caprice of "The Slron," which he
oanee with dainty juua Braionwn,
rrmtnl u furorn last tAoii In New York.
lhere whs a mellowness. ni-,ii, .i During the engagement here a matinee
R sweetness tha at Umes combined to W,U 1)0 BUe" " SlllldUi'
hold her hearer perfectly attentive. Miss The Gilbert & Sullivan Festlvnl com
rt-Dcrorombla showed her skill as an Pany will appear In revivals of "The
actress, too. In nortravlinr ih, r,.n r Mikado," "Pinafore." "PutUnce," ami
her heart for tint imn),,,in, ui ?.... ."Th. Hratea of Punzance." which operas
, ..... . ' "" in their aa.ya swept tho country ana pen'
etrnted every home, nt tho lioya mwiior
on next Sunday, Monday. Tuesday and
weuiMHxlay, Seats go on sale this morn'
ins for the entire engagement.
formed especially well In tho flrmt nnf
nnd also In the closlutf oconcs of the
MlKrt Herbert, who s-ang as Azuccna
nvoh salvos of deserved applause. Her
rich, atrong contralto volcu was hoard
In Its richest beauty during tho scone at
the gypsy camp. She inado her singing
speak tho feeling of her motherly norrow
and of tho struggle that went on within
her breast, sho spent her words clearly
and shaded hur tones delightfully In
contrasting tho song variations.
The rolo of tho troubadour was en
trusted to Eugene Uattaln, whd already
has proved to Omulia that he Is ono of
tho best singers In the Abom company.
His performance last evening Justified
tho enthuslum hlch it created among
tho listeners. Mr. Rattaln's Manrlco la
a man with red blood, virile, handsome
and daring. He is a wetl conceived per
son nnd a well acted one. Tho part of
Count dl Luna wan sung by Irwin
Meyers, a pleasurablo singer, In good
voice, and deeply appreciated by the
audience. The chorus work was hotter
In "11 Trovatore" than It was In any ot
tho other performances. In tho scene at
tho gypsy camp tho singing of tho group
was delightful, and tho anvil song woa
much appreciated, timeworn as It Is. The
staging and costuming were better, It
seeme'd, than In the previous operas.
This afternoon "The Tales of Hoff
mann" is to bo repeated, with tho same
cast that sung it on Sunday evening. To
night "La Bohemo" will be the produced.
Few will dehy that W. C Fields, at
the Orpheum this week. Is the best com
edy Juggler on tho stage today. Mr.
Fields him been an emphatic hit In
vaudeville nnd he linn featured with a
half dozen musical comedies during tho
Jast few seasons. His latest success was
Hiinmn wnrre no rooreu ncuviiy ueiore
English, French and German audiences,
Unknown, until now, to anyone, Sam
Sldman and Tom Coyne, tho comedians
with HaHtings' big show nt the Gayety
twice dally this week are indulging
friendly contest between themselves to
ascertain which rausen thn most laughs
during tho performance. Tholr wives sit
together during tho performance and
mark down the lnurlm n thev nernr.
crediting them to the comedian causing
mem. ino result is expected about
Thero's one act at tho Hippodrome tliU
week under the name of ''Those Three
I'ciiows- that is making ono of the bin
gest hits of the show. No ono knows
who they are. they hiding their Identity
behind tho title mentioned above, but for
jusi wnai reason no ono seems to know,
Aa a matter of fact there la no cause, as
far as their act Is concerned, why they
should hide, as their vocal and musical
contribution to the, program Is highly
satisfactory so much so, that it would
not be surprising If tho act should bo
booked for a return dato within a few
weeks. Matlneo dally at 2:00.
"The Rosebuds" company, appearing at
the Krug this week, Ih ono of the pop
ular shows of the circuit. Joe Adams,
"that funny fellow," la tho leading
WILL BRYAN BE IN CABINET?
Local Democrats ' Think He Should
Have Best if He Wishes.
SUGGEST SE0EETAEY OF STATE
An Sucli He Would lMeiiae the Ten.
pie, Think Henry W. Yalc
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in Adler-l-ka, the German appendicitis
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T Y Li hi H :t I o I 'OII A V A l O .V.
The general opinion among prominent
democrats of Omaha Is that W, J. Bryan
may have any place he may desire in the
cabinet of President Wilson next March
"I believe Mr. Bryan can have any
place ho wants In tho cabinet," said C
J. Smyth, "and I think ho Is entitled to
any place he wants. Ho Is entitled to It
for tho campaign ot education ho has
waged for the last sixteen years, for the
heroic fight ho tnadu at Baltimore and
since that dato throughout the Wilson
campaign. 1 do not know that Mr. Bryan
would care for a position. I am not sure
he would accept a position In the cabinet.
If I were to guess I should say ho would
As to which place In the cabinet ot the
new president would be tho position In
which Mr. Bryan could render the best
service to the country, Mr. Smyth said he
was not so sure.
"Tho secretary of stateshlp, which has
been mentioned In connection with his
name," said Mr. Smyth, "Is the officii
that has to do with foreign relations,
and I really bellovo Mr. Bryan could do
better service In a position in which ho
would have to do with the affairs of our
own government. The country Is to work
out Its destiny not In matters ot foreign
relations, but chiefly through its own
people. 1 believe Mr, Wilson will tender
Mr. Bryan his choice, and his Influence
in the cabinet In any position would bo
tremendous. Nor will he dominate tho
administration as fomo have suggested,
for I don't believe any man can dominate
XothliiK Too fiotnl, ,
Henry W. Yates, president of tho Ne
braska National bank, who has been a
lifelong democrat, although he was
against Bryan for many year, beginning
with liiM, said that he was not against
him any more, and that ht felt Bryan
wo entitled to anything In the cabinet,
and he believed Wilson would tender hhn
anything ho wanted.
Whether he would accept or not Is a
question," said Mr. Yates. "It Is possi
ble that financial considerations might
lead him to decline. But the country
would be well satisfied to see him take
the position of secretary of state. It Is
my opinion that Wilson will want him
there for the benefit of his Judgment
I. J. Dunn said:
"I don't see how Bryan could accept
anything short of secretary of state In
the new cabinet. He should have none
other than tho place that is next to
President Wilson, himself. His influ
ence, I believe, would be great In hand
ling the international complications, and
especially In winning back the friendship
of Centra) America, Mexico and the South
American republics. It H only fitting
Turkish Army Loses
Another Great Fight,
With Big Bloodshed
SOFIA. Nov. 0. The Turks have suf
fered another severe defeat between
Serai and Tohorlu. Tho losses on both
sides far exceeded those at the battle of
Lulo Burgas. Tho fighting In this battle
lasted two days and tho Turks offered
This information was convoyed in offi
cial reports received here a midnight.
High School Actors'
in Dress Eehearsal
The first dress rehearsal for the Latin
play at tho high school was held yester
day afternoon under tho direction of Miss
Paxson and Miss Snyder. The play will
ce presented to the delegate's to the stato
teachers' convention. All the actors In
the lloman wedding wero arrayed in
white ducks and long flowing logon.
Tho singing chorus of the hlffh school.
In preparation for their program to bo
given at the stato teachers' convention.
held a final practice before their program
before tho teachers on Friday. The lead
ing parts In the chorui will be given to
Adallno Wykoff and Charles Bobel and
lluth Norton. All have solos In tho
Miserere In "II Trovatore."
Yesterday afternoon a largo number nf
high school girls, headed by Miss Eva
Turner, took a trip through the Skinner
macaroni factory and learned the art of
cooking macaroni and cheese. About SO)
girls were there, and, besides learning
how to cook, had a demonstration of the
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When buying an article of food you are
entitled to know exactly -what you are buy
ing -its quality and ingredients.
If this information is refused don't buy it.
Some of the low grade baking powders
are advertised, but the ingredients of the
powders are scrupulously concealed.
A housekeeper would not use a baking
powder containing alum if she knew.it.
It is well when buying to examine the
label on the can. Unless it shows the
ingredient cream of tartar, don't buy it.
Dr. Price's baking powder is absolutely
free from alum.
AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA
Election Quiet and the Silent Voter
Very Much in Evidence.
INDICATIONS THAT WILSON LEADS
Many Mixed Tickets mid u Cruut
Ileal of Sprntchlna; Is Indulged
In by Voters Durlnv the
Considering the bitterness of the cam-
palgn, South Omaha Was very aulet yes
terday, devoting Itself steadily and to a
great extent, silently, to the ballot. Early
inoicauona showed that Wilson had car
ried the city over tho republicans and
progressives, who divided on tho head ot
tho ticket. On the rest of the ticket tho
usual democratlo lead was held down, and
at a lato hour last night the indications
wero that the republicans would show a
As a rule, tho democrats voted th
straight ticket. Tho republicans and lui
grcssivos divided on tho head of th
ticket, but for the most part hold to
gcther on the rest. A goodly scattorliiK
of what was termed mixed tickets showeu
that a great deal of scratching was done.
Who suffered could only bo guessed al
last night. Tho greatest Intorcst Is being
manifested In the state ticket. Morohead
money made Its appearnnca late In tho
evonlug and found no takers.
Tho count was slow on account ot the
length of tho ballot.
For United States senator Qeorge Norrls
led tho ticket. In som precincts running
ahead of everyone else. At a late hour
last night It was said that tho full re
turns from tho city would not bo In until
City Clerk Wheeler, by adopting a hard
and fast rulo against sworn-ln voles, held
the affidavit voters down to a minimum.
Irrespective of party, tho clerk laid down
tho rule that no excuse except such ns
was provided by tho eloctlon laws would
be accepted. The full number of sworn-ln
voters did not reach fifty. Tho clerk was
praised by democrats and republicans for
his fairness nnd Justice In the application
ot the law.
Condition or City FiuiiU.
City Clerk Perry Wheeler has made the
following statement showing tho condi
tion of the city funds:
Amount of levy CJO per oerit) 1012-
IS available August 1, 1912 $2,272.8)
Balance expended to July 21, 1912,
which was plaiiod to the orodlt
of tho Interest and sinking fund M.KiasS
Collections reported by city truas-
urer since August 1, 1912 2,316.80
, Itoeelpts to ments to
mifrllt. ft... 41 ,111 . .... , ,nrt
. VJV. 4,1, ,JI 1V1J,
uttiiurni t,f ZU,1TS,M
Street repair ,Hl.i.s
Street cleaning...... &.KI7.r.7
Interest and kinking 139,744.70
'firk ,I8I.K , 1.106.0S
Library 4,478.12 S71.73
All" disbursements on those funds aro
made by the llbiary or park boards.
All collections made by tho city treas
urer under tlm provisions of tho presont
city clmrtor, with tho exception of ho
rood fund or the school fund are placed
to tho credit of tho Interest and sinking
The levy for 1912-13 was .11500 mills for
city purposes. Valuation on real nnd por-
omil property for 1912-13, $25,919,070.
Mania Cltr Gossip.
Tor rent, largo front room and board,
uldress M-llee Office, South Omaha
Mrs. M. Drown of lllrney, Mont., Is
the guest of the Misses lluth and
Mrs. Ilalrd ot State Center, la., and
Mrs. Williams of Mhboii City are the
guetts ot Mrs. F. M, Pike this week.
Tho Lefler Ladles' Aid society will
hold n tea at tho residence of Mrs. Carl
son, 1542 Y turret, Thursday afternoon
nt 3 o'clock.
Tho ladles' Aid society of St. Luke's
Lutheran church will meet at the home
of Mrs. R Hoffllngor. 2o South Thir
tieth street, Thursday nttemoon.
Tho Woman's Auxiliary of St, Martin's
church will have a rummage salo FrU
day on Twenty-fourth Just south ot Q
street. Doors will be open at 9 o'clock.
Mrs. Charles Klngerlos will ontertalrtl
the Ladles' Aid society ot the First
Methodist cnurch. Thursday afternoon.!
Mra. V. Mnule will bo assistant hostess.'
New Line of Eoad
is Talked in Wesfei
Word has reached Omaha of the posrf
siblo construction ot another lino ot road
from Los Angeles to Omaha, connecting
with tho Moffat lino at Trovo, Utalu
l'rovo Is the point for which tho Moffat
road Is said to be heading in tho event
It succeeds in getting through Colorado;
Tie report ot the proposed new Una
comes from Los Angeles and is not given
much credanco. It Is taken to mean n
construction of an extension of tho'
Moffatt, which Omaha railroad men con
sider very Improbable, pointing to tho
fact that the rood has In tho past been
greatly hampered by Inability to socuro
money to pay tho cost ot building
GREEKS REMEMBER WRENN
WITH GOLD CUFF BUTTONS
Traveling rasscnger Agent Wrenn ot
tho Union I'aciric at Los Angeles Is at
hoadqunrtors on his way home from Now
York, whore lie wont In chargo of a train
load of Greeks from southern California,
Who wero going back to Greece to
fight 'In the wur against Turkey. Thero
were 600 In the party and upon their art
rival In Now York, they tendered Mr.
Wrenn a banquet, at which they pre
sented him with a sot of solid gold cuff
BAILEY THE DENTIST
Formerly I'axton Work;.
Now 704-710 Oity National Bank,
16th and Harney Sts.
Personal Attention Now PnlnlGss Mothod
Warranted Work Examination and Estimate"
I)H. MJDWICK, AHHOciato.
Open KvcnliiRK Till 0 O'clock.
Ted. Douglas 23(10.
BUSINESS MEN BOOSTING
SATURDAY'S BALL GAME
Efforts to Induce the Omaha Ad club
and the Commercial club to boost for
next Saturday's game between Crelghton
and Omaha universities have been sue-
cessful, as tho former orgnnliatlon has
agreed to make overy effort to turn out
for next Saturday's game and to officially
recognise tt as foot ball day. The Com
mercial club Is expected to officially en
dorse tho game.
Morganthaler is working hard to pre-
pare his men for the game and expects
to spring a surprise on Crelghton. The
defeat of the strong Cutner team has put
me lighting spirit into the team and they
expect to erase the memory of the 58 to 0
score of lat year. Coach Miller of
Crelghton Is confident of a victory, as all
of the members arc In good shape. The
Crelghton High and the Nebraska School
for the Deaf will play a preliminary
TWO SUITS STARTED AS
RESULTS OF FIST FIGHTS
As a result ot a fist flcht In South
Omaha November 1 Joshua I Conn and
Louis Zlez have started suits for I2.WX)
damages against Isaac and Max Levy,
V!nph plinri? fthA' lnrvm wl,l. aUn.,l.
r'. t.? Wh -ages of ,i.m A rcai
estate transaction Is said to have caused
the disagreement between the men, but
tilt petition states no details.
A lMT III till- Stllllllll'll
Is dyspepsia, complicated with liver and
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Brandeis Store for Men
Annsunce the Best Clothing Values in Omaha
Men's Overcoats and Suits
AT $15.00, $17.50 nnd $20.00.
These now arrivnl8 in practical suits nntl overcoats for winter wear
offer the biggest amount of value giving nt the price you ever saw.
In the ehiHH of tailoring, the quality of niatorials used, in tho character
of tho patterns and tho attractive stylos these garments aro the equal
of clothes soiling elsowhero at $5 to $10 more we offer three sensa
tional value giving groups, (IC CI'? CfcA OA
in suits and overcoats at WlO'yli .O VtpU
Special Sale of Men's Sample Shirts
Hundreds of sample shirts made of imported niatorials
in tho now patterns values up to $2.00, Qft
Men's Sample Flannel Shirts, well mado, or high quality
flannel fabrics values up to $1,D0; special at
Mcii'h Sample NeRllKW! Hliirts Made up in all tho new
patterns and colors worth to 1.00; ok sale at
Men's Winter Underwear
Men's Dross and
worth to $2.50, at
50 75 08d
Men's Wool Shirts
and Dra w o r b
worth to $2,00;
at 75d 08d
Mnn'B Extra Heavy
Union Suits, val
ues up to $2.00,
Extra heavy rlbbel
and fleeced Shirts
at 30 50
BRANDEIS STORE FOR MEN
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