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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1912)
JJIE OMAHA SUN DA V HhK: M libit 24, 1012.
S REVIEW OF TRADE
M'MAMGAL ON OMAHA JOB
McNnmarn Censures Him Because it
(We Have No
Four Generations in Omaha
Was Not'Dono at Exact Time.
iCHUD PLAYS WITH DYNAMITE
trade in United States Gives Evi
dence of Further Expansion.
STATISTICS TELL OF ACTIVITY
Larue Volatile of limine Dolnu In
Primary DrrVOond Market, 'with
rrnctlrnllr Alt Vrlir Well
NHW YOIUC, Nov. S.-n. a. Dun's
Weekly Kovlow of Trade today says!
Trade In the United States shows fur
ther expansion, reports from different
S.CtlOIlfl find nit -stntUMoa nt tnlfln
exchanges speaking loudly of a groat
Activity that in some Instances Is bounded 1
inly by the limit of capacity. J
In Iron nnd steel the leading tntuvst
s operating at about 9G per cent of o.x- 1
j..ih; v uiiciii uuuhinss concinuo lo
exceed producMon, with rallraid le
(ultcments formlnK a largo share of the
mw IttMness. Estimates Indicutj that
mor than 2,M0,0iw tons of rails havo nl
ndy been closed for, nest year wtnlo
Chicago reports the sale of. 30,010 tons
of car materials, practically all of which
Jellve"' flurlng the second half of
In the primary dry goods market there
Is a large volume of business, with prices
In practically all Instances well main
tained. Jobbers of cotton goods nro mak
ing liberal purchases of domestics and
Maples for spring. Bleached cottons
have stiffened. In woolens there Is an
active demand for overcoatings for Im
mediate delivery and desirable goods
bring full market rates. Considerable
business has been offered the mills for
the next heavyweight season, but com
paratively few orders have been placed
because manufacturers are asking higher
prices than buyets are willing to pay.
A very active trade Is moving In worsted
knitting yarns and cotton yams havo
sold freely at firm prices.
The activity In the shoe trade has now
reached close to the point of productive
capacity. Leather and hides continue
DKAnSTIlISET'S TII.VDI3 HE ircw
llnslncss Chnnnela UuniiliiR Fall,
with Optimism Predominant.
NEW YORK. Nov. 23,-Bradstrcefs to
Trade channels are running full, with
optimism predominant and this despite
widespread evidences that mild weather
is a bar to fullest activities In final dls
trlbutlon. Still In this very matter of
unseasonably warm weather, apparently
the only really current causo of com
plaint. It Is to be noted that mild climatic
conditions arc and have been in a high
degree favorable to agriculture and trans
The strength of prices and of demand
in the textile trades Is a subject of in
terest. Dry goods are in active demand
from mill to retailer though mild weather
hampers retail demand for heavy weight
goods. Cotton goods are strong and print
cloths and brown cottons have advanced
In price with commission men. In tho
yarn trades, both cotton and woolen lines
are strong and active. Haw wool of the
old clip is In scant supply, In normal
demand and firm In price.
Best reports as to Jobbing and retail
trade come as heretofore, from the west,
northwest and southwest, and where
house trade has fallen off, as In the
case of some markets, road orders havu
more than made good the deficit.
Southern trade, us heretofore, tends to
lag somewhat behind the other sections.
Real slowness Is manifested only at a
few southeastern points.
Operations in tlio Iron and steel lines
continue as active If not more active
Business failures In the United States
for tho week ending November 21 were
2)3 against 200 lost week and 293 In the
like week of 1311; 212 In 1910, 217 in 1909
and 193 In 1903.
Business failures In Canada number
thlrtv-Hlx. which contrasts with thlrtv.
' .three for last week and. thirty-four- in
iiiu lino wcuh ul mat year.
Wheat, Including flour, exports from
-the United States and Canada for the
week ending November. 21 aggregate
,114,537 bushels,, against 5,171,894 last .Weelr
and 4,003,410 this -week v last ( year. For
the twenty-one weeks ending November
n, exports aro ai.ow.itw Dusneis, against
fiC.897,123 in the corresponding Period last
year, uorn expprtsi tor tne weeK aro
59,464 bushel, against 24,624 last week and
iw.svj in mi. iror tne twenty-one weeki
STAN DANG: MKS. EAUIj WA1.1.ACK. B12ATKD: MRS. I.OU1S L.KAS
I.KTX AND ArRS. ELIZABETH CHRISTIE, MISS LORRAINE. WALLACE IN
Mrs. James Christie, a resident off Mrs. Christie h8 four children living"
Omaha since isfil, celebrated her clgnty
soventh birthday at the homo of her
daughter, Mrs. Charles Ahlqulst, 2215
North Nineteenth street, Monday. Four
generations gathered to the celebration
Mrs. Christie, Mrs. Ioul Leeder, hor
daughter; Mrs. Earl Wallace, Mrs. Leed
er's daughter, and Miss Loralne Wallace,
Mrs. Chrlstlo's grcat-grand-daughter.
Mrs. Christie was born In Dundee, Scot-1
land. She came to America shortly
after her marriage and settled In Phil
adelphia, where she lived until sho came
to Omaha. Her husband was employed
In the Union Pacific shops until thirteen
years ago, when ho died. Mr. and Mrs.
Christie at first made their homo at
Thirteenth and Cass, "where tho other
"It was nothing but a cornfield put
here," she. said, "and we wouldn't havo
ventured out-Hhlu far without tho men
folks, for .fear of Indians."
all In this city Mrs. Louis Lceder, i
Mrs. Charles Ahluulit, Robert Christie
nnd David Christie.
About four months ugo Mrs. Christie
felt and'Ticr hip was broken, so that she
is now compelled to walk with crutches.
Beyond that she is. enjoying the best of
health, pink-cheeked and bright-eyed, and
as happy as can be.
She expects to live a good many years
yot and Intonds to watch Omaha grow
liven more marvelously than It has In
Ihe past. Looking backward she cays
she, can hardly realise what a wonderful
'growth has been this city's lot. It doesn't
seein so many years ago that she came
hern and settled In a quiet ltttlo village.
Mrs. Christie lived continuously In their
little home at Thirteenth and Cass until
the growth of tho city forced them out.
Her daughter has resided In her homo
at 221S North Nineteenth street for
Hut Cheer Up! In a Short Tinia
Stuart's Calcium Wafers Trans
form Worst Complexion Into
Many a sigh ahd heartache have Wn
caused by pimples. But never mind. You
will shortly get rid of all those spots and
blemishes by using Stuart's Calcium
ending" November 21. corn exports are
1,513.824 bushels; against 10,992,U)1 last
niivoux of cLhahixc house
Transactional nf Associated nnnksi
for 4Ue Week.
NEW YORK, Nov. 23. Bradstreet's
bank dealings report for the week ending
isovemtur 2i sliuvvs un nggregate of
!3.703,7S4,000. as against $3,835,490,000 lost
week and $3,233,730,000 In tho corresponding
week last year. Following Is a list of
The action of these Wafers la, wonderful.
They make the skin breatjie out Just as
your lungs expel Impurities. Every min
ute of the day and night the wonderful
Wafers keep the pores busy.
Instead of- clogging the pores In the
form of pimples, blackheads, eczema,
rash, liver spots and other skin erup
tions, these Impurities cease to gather,
they dry dp and Nature soon gives the
skin tha bloom of youth and health.
If you would have a beautiful complex
ion, please stop using cosmetics. Can
you not realize how they plaster up tho
pores? Were you to cover your entire
body with such a mask, you would die In
a day or two.
Stuart's Calcium Wafers are very pleas
ant to the taste, are put up in convenient
form to carry, and can be obtained at any
drug store, at W cents a box.
Make your dreams of a lovely complex
ion come true. In a short time & very
bad complexion is transformed to perfect
The fastest growing young
city In western Canada. The
headquarters of the Cana
dian Pacific great Irrigation
project now building one of
the largest dams in the
world. Plenty of power,
natural gas and coal mines,
and the greatest distribut
ing center for large agricul
tural district. Divisional
point three railways and
Here Is a chance to se
cure a building lot located
IB minutes' walk from the
postof flee for f 60 each, pay
able Jl per week. NO IN
TEREST, NO TAXES,
EVERY LOT GUARAN
TEED HIGH. DRY AND
Population 1909, 28,
Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Washington, u. u
Salt luko city....
Charleston, S. C,
Wheeling, W. Va.
San Diego, Col...
Cedar Rapids, la...
New Btdtord ,
Columbia, S. C
Chester. Pa t
Bprlngfleld, O i
South Bend, lnd i
Stoux Falls. S. D..
Fargo, N. D
Slr.Nmunrn l.nticlin When lie Sees
MeMrtiilKeU'. 1. It tie Cilrl IMli
Inu vi( hlixplUr mill
I Ordered tu l.emc.
INDIA NAPOt.lS, lnd., Nov. .-Kxplo.
ions of nonunion Mructure In Milwau
kee, Omaha and Springfield, Mass., wero
.xplaliiiHl by Ortlo E. McManlgal nt the
J "dynamite conspiracy' trinl yestcrduy u
.having been demo by him shortly before
he and Jamc B. McNnmarn, arrivms (
In Detroit, to "clean up" Ihnt city wote
arretted with suit cases filled with dyna
When McManlgal destroyed part of the
Douglas county court houe at Omaha
on March 24. ho said he was "called
down" because he did not cause tho ex
plosion lo occur at exactly tho same hour
James R. blew up a Job at Columbus,
lnd.. n telegraph slgnsl having been ar
ranged to send word, when ho was. ready
to John J. Ht tndlannpoll.
For weeks before hi arrest he testi
fied, ho had observed he whs being fol
lowed and had seen Miwigo heads dodg
ing around the cornels of elevator shaft
In the Iron workers headquarters In In
dianapolis. SurrouniU-il lir Ueteotlves.
I told James B. before wo started for
Detroit, that Wllllntn J. Uurm had de
tectives after us, that detectives wore
oven coming up near the vault whero wo
stored the dynamite nnd that one of them
followed me on the Htvoet when I was
going with sulteasH of dynamite to
blow up the South Chicago Job," said
"MoNamara quid if we saw any more
of them we would go to Chicago and
rent u room next to Burns' office, put
ati electric wire through tho walls nnd
arrange to net off a bomb at Burns' desk
when ho was sitting there. That wouiu
end our troubles with htm. ho nd. I
told him 1 did not think we would over
do anything of tho kind or get near
Hums. That was about April 5. 19Ui" Mc
Manlgal snld. He and Mc.iBinara wero
arrested seven ijays Inter,
For blowing Up nn unloading hoist and
damaging a steamer near the ducks In
Milwaukee on March 16,' with n. Iosb of
I,V,Ctt, McManlgal said, h received tho
compllmonts nf John .1. McNamnra for
lh "best Job ho ever did."
Girl l'lnv with llyiinnilte.
MoMnnlgul' story of finding his Httlo
daughter In tho kitchen of his homo In
Chicago playing with eighty one-pound
sticks of dynnmlto which ho had loft
on a radiator to thaw was told by hlpi
today. Tho girl, he said, was on tho floor
with tho dynamite and James R. Mc
Namara, the Los Angelos Times dyna
miter, was testing a battery on the door
"J. B, laughed when ho uaw my llttlfl
girl toying with the explosive," ssld Mc
Manlgal. "Ho said, 'Trll papa what that
Is,' My little girl replied: 'Why, it's dyna
mtto. I know It won't hurt mo,' and kept
on playing. She said sho had seen boys
In n vacant lot kicking about sticks that
looked like dynamite.
"Tho way J. B. laughed made mo mad
and I ordered him out of the house."
Joseph BchwarU, Chicago, was arrested
this aftornoon on a federal warrant
charging him with attempting to obstruct
Justice by Intimidating Cornelius L. Crow
ley, Monlcn, Pa n government witness
In tho dynamite cases. Crowley said
Schwartz In the presence of a detective
told him not to testify to tho truth.
Schwartz after his preliminary hearing
before tho United States commissioner
was held to the federal grand Jury.
Crowley, who was called o testify con
cerning nltro-glyccrln hidden by the
dynamiters nt Rochester, Pa,, testified
that Schwartz accosted- him In tho fed
eral building and attempted to induce
him not to testify.
Schwartz denied the charge, saying he
had only remarked he had "rather have
his heart cut out than be McManlgal."
for the customer who insists on paying $250.00 for a dia
mond that is really worth $150.00, or $45.00 for the $29.00
watch and so on down the line.
There are such buyers, however, who respect mere price, only, and
there are places that will accommodate them.
That's all right, But as far as our story is oonoytuyd, we aro not equipped or organiz
ed to satisfy the "high priee fiend." "Wo havo a large and beautifully varied stock of bq
leotod ami artistic QUALITY JEWELRY, leading and reliable Watches, splendidly de
aigned Rock Crystal Out Gloss, and ,
This Stock Must Be Moved
Wo can not dicker around to make a sale once in a while. Tho scope of our opera
tions demand constant selling on a close margin. That is the way we. buy from the fnetbr
iesand that is the way wo MUST SELL.
We quote a few prices, hut you must see the absolute and unmistakable signs of Re
liability, that hovers over our display, before vou can reali'u the power of our argument.
VISIT OUR STORE!
Not Included In totals because contain
ing other Items than clearings.
Discard All Doctors
of Opposite Practice
united effort to seouro the passage ol TfiptTl 1T1 rTlSmi TOr
laws that will rrrcticnlly exclude froral J-WAfu- A" x aauvjj. xwa
practice of their, profession physicians of
all other schools, according to Dr. A, V,
Evans, secrV.Jry nf the National Leugut
for Medical Freedom.
.Dr. Evans of the homeopathlo school!
siys, for example, his school has proves
that the' practitioners thereof out aavt
more cases of dlpntherla without anti
toxin than the allopaths can by the use
of It, but the allopaths Imvp secured the
passage of laws tnat make the use ot
Further, the doctor believes the com
pulsory Inoculation ot men In the army
and navy Is wrong. He Is most bitterly
opposed to the creation of a national
health department and to "state medicine."
If a health officer should become a
member of the cabinet, Dr. Kvans be
lleyes that would be the end of the homeo
path and the physicians of the other
Dr. Kvans resides In New York. There
is a branch, office of this association In
Omaha and It is claimed It has 1,200 mem.
bere and that there are 5,000 members In
Nebraska. Laymon are taken In as members.
Special thin wcok, onu-lmlf enrat illnnioml mounted
in 14 carnt tiffany mounting, gunrnnteod perfect,
flno color Our Bpoclal nrlcu 857.50
Same) tia abovo, rarat stone : . . . .839.00
LnrRust Btock and flnuHt iloslnna wost of Chicago
Conio In and lot ub show you.
Two SpeclaU ttontloincn'fl watch, 10 bIzo, 14 carat
gold flllod, hunting, case, warranted twenty yeura,
plain and hand unsaved, fitted with un llllnola or
Hock ford 'Jl-Jowel movement; regular prlco, ?40,
our ppeclnl aalo prlco 521.75
Same as abovo in open face S20.00
Wo guarantee tho abovo niovomontB to keep
tlmo within ton Hoconds per month,
Ladles' O bIj;o watch, 13lgln or Waltham movements,
fitted In a 2B-year, 14-carat nolld gold filled case;
plain or hand engraved, regular prlco $3&.00, our
spoclnl sale prlco $1J3 GO
All niovomontB warranted five yoara nnd kept
Platinum and Bolld gold, mounted with diamonds
nnd other procldus atones, u beautiful line to select
from, regular prices J10.00 to 300.00, our apo
dnI ,,rlcea 35.00. to S150.00
Solid gold diamond mounted bracelets, regular prices
from iao.00 to W0.00 - Our special sale prtees'
ac"c'1 815.00 to 875.00
Solid gold filled bracelets, plain and hitnd ongravxul
deBlgns: regular, prices ffi.oo to 'IttB.OOj our So
pr,ccs --.52.50 to 87.50
MESH BAGS AND VANITY CASES
Complete assortment, In the latent (IchIrhs in storllhg
silver mid Gorman Bllvor, Bllver platwl; regular
prices $4.00 to $30.00, sale prices. . . ,2 to $15
TOILET SETS, STERLING SILVER,
QUADRUPLE PLATE, PARISIAN IVORY
Jn tho abovo ware we carry a complete slock of
manlcuro sets, comb, brtiBh nnd mirror nets,
Military Sets, etc., regular prices $G.Qu to $60.00,
our sale prices , 1 83.00 to 830.00
Solid gold aiid oolld gold front tlo clasp; plain and
hand engraved doslgns: regular prlcos $1.50 to
$0.00, special sate prices 75 to $3,00
Something now, makes an Ideal Christmas gift We
.have It In clqoks, Jowol cases, mirrors, picture
frames, etc.; regular prices $2.00 to $1R,00, spe
cial sale prices '. 81.00 to $7,50
Klght-lneh cut glass berry bowl, Bim buret out, &
good bargain at JG.OQ Monday only and one only
to a customer ....-$1.88
$1.00 Alarm Clookn, Monday only 45
$1.50 to $3.00 Sterling .Souvenir Spoons 79
VICTORIOUS IN CONVENTION
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 23,-Through the
defeat of a constitutional amendment pro
viding that the delegate present from
each state or affiliated organisation
should cast tha full voto to which that
state or organization Is entitled, provided
that at least one-fifth of tho delegates
were present, delegates from the western
states wero victorious today in the first
contest that has developed In the wom
an's national suffrage convention.
Practically the entire day was devoted
ii spirited discussion ot tha proposed
umendment, the western delegates gener
ally supporting MIsb Jane Addams In op
posng it Those from a majority of the
eastern states upheld President Anna 11.
Shaw, who favored Its adoption.
NEGRO HELD FOR SELLING
PICTURES TO OMAHA MEN
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.. Nov. 2J.-(Spo-clal
Telegram.) Joshua Everett Perry,
a negro, was arrested today, charged by
the government with stndlng obscene
pictures by express Itj Interstate com
merce (o Omaha, Hall was fixed at
$fi,000. A hearing will be held tnmorrpw.
Through Information furnished the In
spector's office by Detectives Martinson
and Duffy of , Minneapolis, a package of
pictures adflressed to Harry Altshuler,
Omaha, was traced through the malls.
Tho package wos called for by Altshulor
and John II. Keck, both of whpm were
arrested In Omaha.
Man Who Broke
Monte Carlo Bank
PAUIB, Nov. 23. Charles Wells, alias
Luclcn Itlvore, James Hums and Seville
and know aUo as "tho man who broke
the bank at Monto Carlo," was sentenced
today In the correctional court to a term
ot five years In prluon and to pay a
fine of $0Cfl for fraud.
Wells was urrusted at Falmouth, Eng
land, last Janusiy for a bucket shop
swindle In Paris, out of which he Is said
to have realised 1,000,000 fronts (ISOO.OCW),
His scheme was to prpmlse to pay In
vestors 1 per cent per day on all money
deposited with him. When he had! ob
tained a large amount from, victims ta
decamped. Previously Wells had pur
chased a magnificently fitted steam
yacht and it was on board this vessel
In Falmouth harbor that ho and a woman
companion were arrested, Later ho was
brought here for trial.
Wells Is credited with thrice breaking
the bank at Monte Carlo In the early
Ws. Two of his coups were made Iff
one day. His winnings were said to have
been about S0,000.
We pack and ship
presents with skill
Make your se-
them. They're, my mascots. I couldn't
have no luck without 'cm."
Docaux complained that a woman at
313 North Kirtennth street had taken 5
and u watch from him and that whtn ho
rultcd a fusH sho throw tha watch on tlic
floor, but refused to give up the money.
Tho woman, Huby Taylor, and 8. W.
Ixmdqn, a companion of Uccaux, wore all
locked up In tho city Jail for the night.
The woman denied that nhu had taken tha
money. Two silver dollars and soma
small changa were found in her stocking
when she was searched,
ft . .
AT THE S ON OF
UP WC GOLOSH STAIRS
,mi SBis, at
A Ton or (lulil
could buy nothing better for foninlo
weakness, lama bark and kidney trouble
than Electric Witters. Only &9c. Advertisement.
in Kanawha Strike
CHARLESTON. W. Va., Nov. 23.
What Is believed to forecast tho end ot
the great coal strike In tho Kanawha
coat fields of West Virginia was an
nounced today In n signed wage agre
ment between the union miners and the
officials of the National Dltuuilnous
Coal and Coke company. The agree
ment practically recognizes the union,
provides for an Increase of about !l per
oent In wages, reduces tonnage, permits
the miners to organize, provides for a
nine-hour workday and gives the men
now on strike preference If they should
desire to return to work.
TWO TR0USER BUTTONS
WERE DECAUX'S MASCOTS
Although Charles Uccaux claimed to
have been robbed of V, all tho money ho
had, ho showed greater concern over tha
safety of two small trouser buttons at
the police station than he did over tho
i he claimed to have lost.
"Save them two buttops; put 'em In the
package!" he yelled when the officers
were putting his effects Into a package
after ho had been searched, The two
little black buttons had been overlooked
on the sergeant's desk. "I have to have
RUSSIAN WOMAN MAKES
AERIAL ALTITUDE RECORD
JOHANN1HTHAU Oermany, Nov. 23.
The Russian avlatress, LJuba dalantchl
kow, today made a record for nltitudo
for women by reaching a height of
about 7.S00 feet. Sho uced u monoplane.
Don't Miss Seeing This Fine
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Like cut, 5 diwers, drop
head, oak case, ball bearing,
witb all attachments, on
snlo at 4... 14.25
Absolute 10 year guarantee.
S6mo groat snaps in used ma
chines of nearly all ruakes.
,3 White machines, $3, $5
and -v $1?
3 Singer machines, $5, SglO
2 Domestic machiuos, at $3
1 Domestic machine, at, $10
2 Standard machines, $8
1 Union machine, at ... .S3
All those machines aro in first class condition nml -wn
arrange payments on machino to suit you. f you aro
looking for machino bargains, see these.
Health is tho foundation of all good
loolcB. Tho wlso woman realizes this
end takes precautions to preserve her
health and strength throuGh tho pe
riod of child bearing. Bho remains a
pretty mother by avoiding d far an
poselblo tho suffering and dangers of
cuch occasions. Thfs every woman
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In uso,- and accomplished so much
good, that it Is in, no seuse an experi
ment, hut a preparation which always
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external application and so penetrating
In Its nature as to thoroughly lubricate
every muscle, ncrvo and tendon in
volred during tho period before baby
comes. It aide naturo by expanding
tho skin nnd tissues, relieves tender
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mothers, and its u&o will prove a com
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feeVTch ln 9mU)im
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expectant mothers, which contains
much valuable information.
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Short Stem Switches for
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