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TTTE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, MARCH ft. 1913.
THINK BRYANWORD GOES
Most of His Fighting Friends Call to
Get His 0. K.
HE'S RUNNING ONE DEPARTMENT
Secretary Shaken Ilnnttn vrHU Them
All, tint He I.eta U lie Known
that He In Not Clenernl Din
T penaer of PntrnnnKf.
(From r Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. D. C March T.-(Spe-cial
Telegram.) Tho order of President
"Wilson, that office seekers must file
their applications with the he.d of the
department In which they desire posi
tions, had at least one effect. It almost
swamped Secretary William Jennlnas
Bryan, whow acquaintance with many
hundreds of citizens throughout tho
length and breadth of the land, seemed
to warrant that the "Cornmoner" would
act sji Intermediary for the "patriots" de
But Mr. Bryan let It bo understood very
early this mornlnc that ho proposed to
look aftcr'hls department and that other
departments of tho government would
be run by the chiefs of those depart
ments without any suggestions from him.
Notwithstanding Mr. Bryan's position
on the patronage question, scores of
people left their applications with him.
for Mr. Bryan Is easily the biggest man
In the cabinet and they believe that the
Bryan endorsement spells success.
Long before Colonel Bryan repaired to
his offices In tho State department he
was besieged at his hotel by all classes
and conditions of people. Invoking the In
fluence of the vizier of the new adminis
tration. And when tno secretary of state
left for the State department, Mrs. Bryan,
who Is quite as much of a diplomat as
her distinguished husband, continued to
receive the crowd of friends and well
wishers, to say nothing of those "looking
for something good on the pie counter."
Traveler o the Front,
A band of traveling men dropped by
to wish Mr. Bryan good luck through the
medium of his wife, and to remind her
that their leader, a tall six-footer with
handsome faco and worlds of assurance)
had organized tho first traveling men's
An automobile man came along and
irot as much attention as any one else.
His visit also rovcnled the fact that the
new secretary of state would have two
automobiles, the one which Mrs. Bryan
will use to call on diplomats, and an
other modest llttlo Inclosed car, which,
If It could speak, would know every pretty
highway about her homo In Nebraska,
and which will soon know overy good
road through Rock Creek park and the ,
Dunn llora to 1'lnrMn. I
Chief of Police II. V. Dunn and Mrs. j
Dunn of Omaha, who have been in Wash
Ington since last Sunday, the chief being
called hfreby Major Sylvester to itsnl&tj
In apprehending western crooks during
the Inauguration, left for a fortnight's I
viKii at JncKsonvillc, inn., todav. To The
lice correspondent Chief Dunn said the
crowds, and they were crowds, too. vcro
extremely orderly and that Washington
had been unusually free of crenks, non
of the "marked men of the west" having
turned tip to ply their trade. Ho wilt
reach Omaha nbout M.irch SO.
Patrick F. Havcy of the Omaha police
force, who came nn to help preserve order
In tho nation s capital during Wilson's in
duction Into office, left for homo today.
Officer Havcy. who was, formerly desk
sergeant at the central station, Is now
front officer In Commissioner .T J.
IjouIs H. Uostwlck, who accompanied,
Governor Morehoad Hnd party to Wash
ington, left for Omaha today.
Tuft Semis Pen to Klnknlil.
Judge KJnkald's engagements were such
during the busy closing hours of congress
that ho could not be present when Presi
dent Taft signed the proclamation for Ihu
opening of the North Platte forest reserve
as he had hoped to bo. but Mr. Klnktitd
was surprised to receive Tuesday morning
from President Taft the pen which was
used to sign the proclamation and which
ho prizes most highly.
Congroxsman Klnkald was pleased with
the passago flnully of the omnibus publlo
buildings bill carrying $75,000 for a post
office and land office at Alliance and
$110,000 for a postofflce and federal court
building at Chadron, the larger amount
being given to Chadron because federal
court accommodations aro to be provided
90c Sauce PANS, 49c
09 per cent puro
pnns, 2-qimrt size,
everywhere for 90o, spe
cial Saturday, each. . . .
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2c a Day
Warmest Day of
the Year in West
According to railroad weather reports,
yesterday was warmest of tho year out In
tho western part of the state and
through Colorado and Wyoming. Tem
peratures out thero started In this morn
ing at from 40 to 60 degrees abovo zero.
Tha sun was shining and a chlnook wind
was blowing In from the west.
WELL KNOWN AGENT DIES
AT HIS HOME IN THE EAST
Word has como to Omaha of the death
of D. H. Mooro at WrlghtsvlUe, Pa. Ho
was well known In Omaha as the general
western agent for a large cocoa company,
with headquarters at Philadelphia. Ho
had been making the Omaha territory tor
From Our Near Neighbors
K. S. Bcaty and son Mark aro In South
Dakota looking after a brldgo contract.
MltiB Grace Ballard returned to Lincoln
on Sunday nfter visiting her mother here.
Judge Hamilton of Omaha was tho
guest last Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. A3a
George Cachelln will go next week to
X,os Angeles for a year, and may make
his home there.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wagner of Scott's
Bluff are visiting their nephow, M.-A.
Sams, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherry Moore of Omaha
spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Crulckshank, Mrs. Mooro s parents.
George De Temple and wife aro visiting
with his parents on his way from Bollc
Flalnc, la., to his ranch near -Oliadron.
Charles Haynes and son aro building a
largo ferryboat to be operated on the
Missouri river at the crossing of the
Blair railroad bridge.
Clarenco Hobdon has been given a po
sition on the clerical force at tho poBt
offlco by Postmaster Cook, who had or
ders to put on a new clerk.
J. A. Crulckshank, an old pioneer ot
this county, made his first move, In forty
years, coming from his farm to Blalr,
where he will make his home.
W. O. Harrison, for many yearB a busi
ness man of Blalr, has moved back from
hia farm, where he went a year ago, and
will mako his home here.
Miss Geraldlno Kemp, traveling with
the Dunbar Ladles' orchestra as violinist,
having a few days off last week, visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Kemp.
Miss Hilda Schmahling, who has been
In the employ of tho Haller Medicine com
nanv for the last year, leaves next week
for Beaver Dam, wis., where she goes us
stenographer for a large stovo company
Sherman Botorff of Beatrice Is here
visiting his brother, Arthur Botorrr.
A party was given Monday evening In
honor of the birthday of B. N. Christian,
J. Alois Klwell has been appointed ?eed
Inspector at the State Agricultural col
lege at uncoin.
James Weldman has resigned his Job at
the meat market to become chief operator
or the Begley farm.
Jim Wade returned Wednesday from
Texas, where ho took two carloads of
Dorses a month ago.
A. C. Reed Is moving Into ills new resi
dence lately built on the raim he pur
chased of F. P. McCandless.
CI 11 ford Haines and Miss Mae Itlshel
were married last week. Thoy will make
their home on the Miller tarm.
Clyde Alley and Miss Henrietta Scholt
lng were married In Omaha tne fore part
or tne ween, uney win maae tneir home
on a farm near apnngnem.
Mrs. I A. Bates received a telegram
Wednesday from Rev. E. J. T. Connelly
of Randolph that their youngest child,
Martha, died Wednesday morning.
O. Ii. Crttchfield was appointed water
commissioner by the village board at
their last meeting to take the place of
,T. J. Wright, who moved to Papllllon.
unlay morning for a visit of a couple ot
uays ui mo jim. lm. ijinaquesi nome.
iiowarti neath nas been loading a car
mis ween 10 snip Household goods and
other things to Harlan county, where he
nas a rarrn aujoining the town of Re
Q. C. Finney has sold to A. E. Agee
mo rarrn aajoining Waterloo that ho and
Mrs. Finney have occupied for so many
years past, tho consideration being
arouna iiu per acre.
William Purchase and family, formerly
ui tiiin. vuy um wno nave uvea me 'last
year or two on a farm north of Elk
horn, have moved to a farm near Sohuy-
iit. icuviiib naiuraay ior mo new nomc.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tuttio and babv
have been at tho A. S. Slbert home the
last two weeks visiting. Harry has been
at work at the seed house temporarily,
dui mey expect 10 return to Umalia
Most Remarkable Sale of New Spring
Offered by Any Store in Omaha
A Sensational Offering Socured From tho Liquidation
Stock of D. Levy (EL Sons Co., Baltimore
LEVY & SONS CO., makers ofthe famous "Albion" brand of waists, were
without doubt (ho largest manufacturers in the cast. Their reputation for
waists of a hiirh oharacter was known from coast to coast. After a business
career of nt least a quarter of a century they wore obliged to discontinue business for
reasons best known to themselves, and a "liquidating committee" was appointed to
close" up their affairs. Our New York resident buyer was on the ground and secured
tho cream of the stock, amounting to several thousand dollars. AVd offer them to you
Saturday as we bought them
At a Tremendous Price Sacrifice
Tho walBta were all made for thin spring and Bummor selling, in a world of pretty, new nnd
dainty effects. Tho materials aro puro white orabroldored linens, lingorio, lawn, tailored Hnon,
batistes, voiles, damasks, messalincs, taffetas, 'Jap silks, etc.
FOUR GREAT LOTS
& Sons to
$1.50 to $1.75, at
& Sons to sell for
J2.00 to $2.50, at
& Sons to sell for
$2.50 to $2.75, lit
&. 8onn to sell for
$3.00 to $3.50, at '
Last Clean-Up Offer Women's
COATS pnd DRESSES, $5
i iti'.ii .. m your golden op-
portunity to get a real, high grade
coat or dress at a prico far below
the cost of the matorial alono. This if
our final attompt to olear our stock of
tho garments so we can have Che room
for other merchandise. To appreciate
these wonderful bargains you should
come Saturday and look over caoh gar
Coats and Dresses
Values to $25
Your Unrestricted Choice at
Tlio Conto Include:
No vol ti of)
Tho Irctwcfl Include t
Extra Values in
SU.7B (Moves, $1.08
Women's fino glnco kid gloves,
elbow length, in white only,
regular $2.75 values, Satur
day, cholco JQ
9l.no Gloves, 08c
Women's glaeo kid gloves, one
clasp, full plquo sown, Paris
point embroidered back, whito
only, $1.50 vnlucs, no
pair . -SJOC
Immlmkln CHovcs, $1
Imported lambskin gloveB, two
clasp Btyles, all shades and
black and white, "Orkln's Bpo-
HITS. . . 1UC
Music Dept. Basement
" A T..t,,e novir Ball" (Sting ot
J the Orpheum). "Whistle."
t, feftlurj y 'Blanoho Kins In
Wall Htroet Olrl. "(Inrlsnd of Old
I;nhionod noses," "tleorijla Ijind."
Sweet lilcon Aatliore," "Sail On sa
vory Moon," 'That Old Olrl of Mine,"
"On the 4-11-44 for Baltimore." "I
I-Iko a . airl With r Hmlle Like
1011," "lUfftlme Melodies." "On the
MlH.HBslppl," "That'll How 1 Neo.l
You," "Hltchy Koo," "Kentucky Sue.'
"I'd Do Ait Mucli Kor You," "Maid
of Jlho MldnlKht Moon," "When tho
Midnight Choo CI100," "How, Itow,
Huw," "On the Good Old-Tlmo Straw
Hide." "Take Me To That Huwanee
Hliore." "Baby Bumble Bee," "If All
Jily Ureamn Were Mode ot dold,'
"Down Cupid'H Lane."
Don't forget onr 6a or fl for 3So
jnuiio. Mall orders , are siren
lo extra per copy poitaffe.
iOrkin Brothers Your Home Store;
;0rkin Brothers Your Home Store;
Mrs. F. A. Carmony wae at the city
Saturday last for the day.
Mrs. E. N. Pike and son. Walter, were
at Papllllon visiting relatives last Sun
day. It. W. Ttapp has moved to the Creljjh
ton farm, which his father bouBht last
year at the sale closlnc up the estate.
C. H. Stow and two daughters, Iowa
nnd Kmogcne, were at Ashland over
Sunday vlsltlns friends.
Mrs. Fred Brown and little son re
turned last Thursday from a visit with
home folks at Silver Creek.
Mrs. 15. B. nor was here Sunday
visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Todd, and other relutlves.
Miss Marlon King enjoyed a visit from
her mother over Sunday. Mrs. King re
turned Monday to her home at Hooper.
Mrs. John Lynch, of Omaha, came out
11 j.. .. -ttf her inn. Jack, who had
been at tho J. J. Mohatt homo a week or
VAviaxA Zwclbcl and MUs Wllhel
!w2..r .r married Wednesday
evening at the home of the bride's par-
ents at vauey.
n.i.n ,r,.i,iiinlil and roommate,
S.i . ho had been at the
George Johnson home visiting, returned
to Omaha Monday noon.
... . ...,,.. hnmn from Holt
imtv the fVrit of week. Mrs. Hlbert
HnUdntno hbCabyr have been inouth Omaha
tho last two or mi"
C D. Dogue, who h?. been -t the
Sloped their Kbl. last Saturday
shipper me " . rinroln a un vir-
lMotu"uX came Bat.
John Denker Is 111 with the grip.
Airs. Kred Curlson Is sick with grip.
O. Culvert returned to Wahoo Saturday.
Mrs. Kred Bull Is under a doctor's
ii. A. Nolto returned to BrldaoDort.
Henry Kroegcr lost 133 dIkb during the
recent com speu.
Adam titenglein of Waterloo, was here
aaiuraay on business.
Tho Plattdcutsch vercln gavo a nlav at
Aiuertson s nun aunaay nignt.
Tho Ladles' Kensington club met With
Miss Mathilda Ham turn Wednesday.
Charles Hesse moved his family Mon
day Into their home on tho oust side.
ISrnest Kcllctt visited Sunday with his
sister, airs. a. j. ueeson, ana lamuy.
Mrs. Henry Blchel and children of
Omaha, visited her father, A. II. Hcnsen,
Max ration and family visited Mrs. Fal
lon's brother, Julius Schuldt, and family
Miss Bcrnlco Whitney of Omaha visited
Miss Desdemona Baldwin Tuesday and
Mrs. Zwelvel of Papllllon visited with
her daughter, Mrs. J. a. Seefus, and fam
Mrs. Albert HoUsley of Lane, visited
Sunday with her father, George Grew
cock, and family.
A. J. Deesoh and family returned Fri
day from Kwlng. Neb., where they lived
on a farm tho last year.
William Purchase moved with his fam
ily to Schuyler, Nob., this week, where he
will farm tho coming Benson.
Mrs Henry Johnson and children visited
.Saturday at Waterloo with Mrs. John
son's grandmother. Mrs. Keefe.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman and child of Okla
homa visited with Mrs. Norman's aunt,
Mrs. J. M. Brunner, and family Sunday,
John Qulnn left for Dakota this weok
to bring his horses and machinery pre
paratory to farming near Thurston, Neb.,
Mrs. Henry Meyer entertained tho C. C.
club Thursday. Uleven games or high
five were played, Mrs. C. A. Nowncs win
ning first prire.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G, Seefus, Miss Elsie
Dean und Mrs. Frieda Oreggerson at
tended the Zwelvcl-Seefus wedding on the
valley Wednesday ovenlng.
nounco her engagement to Mr. J. W.
Love of Clcvoland, Q. The wedding will
not take place for a few months,
Mr. and Mrs. John Domingo entertained
to a 1-o'clock dinner Thursday with the
following guests present: Rev. and Mrs.
J. H. Andress, Mr. and Mrs. V. p. Am
bler. Dr. and Mrs. M. M. Butler and
daughter. Henrietta. Mr. and Mrs. II.
L Jameson, Mrs. Ellen Wiles, Mts. if.
B Wolcott. Mrs. A. C. ClUbo and Miss
Max Ferry socrc-
t rAnii MnnrA Ann ciiiiuicit
Scrlbtier spent Saturday and Sunduy with
Mrs. B. It. Steele.
II llelmbaoh came home Monduy from
a two weeks' visit with ev. Zimmerman
at Sutherland, Nob.
c tr ifnivarii mndo a trade with Harry
Adams for the residence property for
merly owned by W. S. Wright.
Miss Marie McLean resigned her posl
tlon In the N. E. Johnson confectionery
and will go to Canada whoro she has a
position as teacher.
The regular monthly meeting of the,
Ladles' Aid society of the Methodist
Episcopal church was hold a tho home
of Mrs. W. H. Bced.
Orando Cowles loaded his car Tuesday
and left for Norfolk. Neb., where he has
purchased a farm. John Glrkln will live
on the farm he sold.
A mass meeting of the voters of School
District No. 3 of Douglas County, Ne
braska Is called In the Valley Opera
house for Thursday evening, March 13,
for the purpose of discussing tho ques
tion of a new school building.
The Mother's club, which has been
made a department of the Valley
Woman's club, meets Thursday after
noon at tho home of Mrs. J. C. Agee.
Mrs. Fred Whlfmore Is president of this
department and Mrs.
tary and treasurer.
At the homo of tho brldo's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Selfus, Wednesday
evening nt 8 o'clock, thero daughter Wll
helmlna, and Mr. Edward F. Bwlebel.
were united In marriage. Bev. E. Aston
of tho Waterloo Presbyterian church
officiated. Thoy will go to house keeping
nt once on a farm three miles south of
The funeral of II. Marrs, who died at
his homo Friday morning, was held from
tho Methodist Episcopul cnurcn i
o'clock Saturday afternoon. Mr. Marrs
was 77 years of age, a native of Scotland,
but had been engaged nt his trade, a
shoo maker. In Volley for over twenty
five years. So far as known there are
no living relatives. Dr, James C. Ageo
has been appointed Bpeclal administrator.
Tim Sewlnc club met Thursday even
ing with Miss Clara Startler.
Reube Sprague of Benson spent bunaay
nnd Monday with, his mother In South
Mrs. John Speedle and children of Ben
son have been visiting Pupllllon relatives
for ten days.
Mrs. II. A. Sanders entertained her
many friends at a birthday party Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Wright of Spring
field have moved Into G. P. Miller's cot
tngo In North Papllllon.
The men of the Farmer's Institute en
tertained the Ladles' auxiliary at a
theater party and banquet In Omahn
Wednesday afternoon and evening.
Mrs. T. J. Buckley entertained the
Woman's club Woclnesduy afternoon.
Mrs. William Maacfleld was leader and
tho subject "Early History Of Nebraska."
Mrs. John Chase gave somo Interesting
memories ot the early settlements.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lorenson have
moved to a farm near Wabash.
13. W. Williams and family leave Mon
day for Anoka, Neb., to try ranch life.
llf- C. W. Blsh gavo n luncheon on
Thursday afternoon to a number of
Misses Lucy and Darl Holtorbaum of
Dumersei, ra., aro tno guests of rela
Mrs. Tabltha Thackcr sold her resl
denco here tq James Johnson, and has
moved to Plattsmouth.
Charles Phllpot has purchased of C. E.
Day the lot and building now occupied
uj iiiu uuiuicr luncn room,
Mr. John Noel and Miss Klorlso Woolen
were married Wednesday. They will live
111 me win uurenson resiaence.
Mrs. K. V. DenbauBh and son. Benla
man O.. went to Plattsmouth Thursday
to visit the family of J. M, Leyda.
Tho Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
It. H. Enart of Manderson, Wyo., Is very
111 ui iiiu iiuiiiu ui ,iu n. cn&rvB paren
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Mills.
The farm belonging to the cstato of
Aliiion J. nmiin, ueueuacu, was sold at
public sale here Wednesday. It consisted
of nlnty-one acres, and was bid In by E.
F. Marshall for J10.100.
Preparations are under way for a big
reception to be held at the Congrega
tional church Friday evening, for tho
retiring pastor. Bev J H. Andress and
wife, who leave soon for SheiiJan, Wyo.
Miss Hazel Jameson entertained a
number ot her friends last Saturday, and
took advantage ot the occasion to an-
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