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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, IMS.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Safe tniT Yss. Ftnn IXutnal. Qonll
Xilffhtior fixtures. Barffess-Oranaea Oo,
rtaellty Storage Vn Co. Doug. 181ft.
Hv Boot Print It Now Biaeon Press.
Qet Ten Days' Sentence James
Jones, section hand, was sentenced to
twenty days In county Jail for stealing
a. suit case from Jake Wlntroub, 414
South Tenth street. x
Exams at Mauley Miss Viola Coffin,
secretary of the civil service examining
board, goes to Manlcy, Neb., to hold
examination for fourth-class postmaster
Ht that city. This Is Miss Coffin's first
out-of-town trip to hold an examination.
Jewish Charities Meet Sunday The
annual meeting of the Associated Jewish
charities will take placo Sunday morn
ing at Its headquarters In the Wellington
block, 1S19 Farnam street. Election of
officers and either Important business
K ill -be transacted.
Tormtr Omahans Visiting Sere James
C. Lushvaugh and .sister. Miss Molllo
I.ushvnugb, formerly of Omaha and now
or Spr.Ingflold, O., are visiting with the
J. A. Eyler family, 2116 Blnney afreet.
B. F. IjUshvaugh, their father, was'qulto
prominent In Omaha In the early days.
Union Pacific Superintendents Here
Superintendents of the eastern divisions
of the Union Pacific are at headquarters
in conference with General Manager
Ware, -holding one of the monthly meet
ings. At this meeting winter schedules
are being discussed and reports being
submitted on general conditions out on
the lines. All of the men report business
Silicic Goes io Convention P. T, Klllck
of the Omaha Printing company has gone
to New Tork to nttend the annual con
vention of the stationers of the United
States. At the convention he has been
Invited to deliver an address on the cost
of stock and doing Job printing. Mr.
Elllck Is the only representative from
Burlington Officers Here Officers of
the operating and accounting depart
ments of tho Burlington lines west of the
river are meeting with Assistant General
Manager Koller. talking shop and general
conditions. J. D. Shields, auditor of ex
penditures and J. a. Stewart, general
store keeper, both of the Chicago offices,
aro In attendance.
Disturb Peace Over Purchase Frank
Brundage, 2367 South Sixteenth street,
started a rumpus with A. G. Edwards,
proprietor of the Merchants drug store.
Sixteenth and Howard streets, Thursday
evening over a purchase and It resulted
In a call for a policeman. Brundage was
arrested on the charge of disturbing the
peace. He was dismissed by Judge Foster
of the police court.
Pennants for School Children By rea
son of tho enterprise of an Omaha firm,
every school child In Omaha and South
Omaha can wear a pennant oT his or
her own school. A plan was conceived by
tho Brandels Stores' management whereby
little felt pennants In the official colors
of each school could be made up In large
quantities and turned over to the school
children at a penny apiece. The Idea
was solely that of foBterlng loyalty and
school spirit In the various schools. Vari
ous days will be required for supplying
the different schools and children from
about a dozen schools will ca.ll for their
pennants Saturday. The little pennants
are- seven and a half Inches long and
DOUGLAS COUNTY PIONEERS
HAVE INTERESTING PROGRAM
An Interesting program, of music and
rocltatloriB was given at the regular
monthly meeting of the Douglas County
Pioneers of Nebraska In their rooms In
tho court house yesterday afternoon. Mrs.
IHenrletta Rees read a paper entitled
"Tho Flags," which met with tho ap
proval of tho pioneers.
There as a recitation by Mrs. R. W.
"Williams. Harry Burkley sang several
good songs, concluding wlt,h the "Star
Spangled Banner," accampanlcd on the
piano by Miss Rees. Jonathan Ed.
wards, who recently returned from a
visit to the Chlckamauga battlefield, at
the time of the reunion of old soldiers,
gave a very graphic description of that
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Police Board Wants Ordinance Beg'
ulating Disorderly Houses.
COVER ALBERT LAW
Sar Present Itnle In Some Case I
Too Hard on Sitloon Keepers
or Too Amblirnons,
South Omaha Is to have a little more
legislation along the line pt the Omaha
saloon regulations. If the plans of Mayor
Hoctor nnd tho police board count. The
newest law Is what Is termed a disorderly
house ordinance. The disorderly house
ordinance Is supposed to bo aimed at
those arrested In a saloon after hours
when such things occur In South Omaha,
it Is also supposed to cover any little
deviations from the strict Interpretation
of the Albert law.
One of the board's members some time
ago complained that because of a lack
of a disorderly house ordinance no con
viction could be gotten against a saloon
keeper charged with violation of the
liquor lawn. Under the proposed ordi
nance all those caught drinking beer In
a saloon after hours -would be charged
with being Inmates of a disorderly house.
The saloonkeeper would be charged with
keeping a disorderly house and not with
selling liquor Illegally. The disorderly
houso ordinance would bring the saloon
keeper and those arrested with him under
tho exclusive Jurisdiction of the police
magistrate. A conviction under It would
not necessarily entail a forfeiture of a
Kiitrrinln Suffrage' MreHns;.
Mrs. Hester B. Copper addressed a suf
frage meeting last night at the First
Presbyterian church. A fair attendance
marked the evening's program, Dn R.
U Wheeler, pastor of the church, was
honorary chairman of the evening. Mrs.
Fred Towlo rendered a vocal solo and
a male quartet also sang. Mrs. Copper's
address dealt with the biblical story of
"Esther" and the suffrage movement.
Hoctor Call Council.
. Mayor Hoctor yesterday Issued a spe
cial call for tho city council to meet In
committee to "talk over some matters of
special Import." It Is understood that tho
matters of "special Import" comprised
the settlement of differences among the
council In matters regarding tho light
fund. Fred Haynes of the Omaha Elec
tric Light and Power company was
present In the- early afternoon with
Councllmen Hartnett .and Lavelle, but
after waiting around for some tlnio the
It Is understood that several of the
councllmen In the outer wards want a re
districting1 of tho electric arc lights about
tho city. Councilman Henry Hartnett,
whoso ward Is In the southwest section
of the city, Is fighting to have a few more
lights In his ward. Hartnett's word Is
composed of many poor worklngmen and
womon who have to go homo lato at
night. The 'police aro spread about tho
business section of the city and, unless
called specially, afford little protection
In the outskirts of tho city, so Hartnett
wants more light for his ward.
Anrhor matter that Is meeting with
some opposition Is the passage of the
plumbing Inspector's ordinance. John
Tralnor, son of former Mayor. P. J.
Tralnor, has been promised tho place by
Mayor Hoctor. The salary was to be $100
a month, but It was said yesterday that
tho council would oppose such a figure.
Seek Nejrro Mnrderer Here.
On Information from Omaha the South
Omaha police force Is keeping a sharp
lookout for the negro suspected of the
murder of Miss Ida Lcegson, a Chicago
dancing teacher, killed some days ago.
A great many negroes of the tougher
element come to South Omaha to obtain
work In the packing houses. Yesterday
the police arrested Sam James, John
Mlchu'l and Jess Atkins, three negroes,
at Twenty-sixth and N streets. Chief of
Detectives Sheahan Is .said to have caught
Sam James trying to pawn a watch at
a local pawnshop. O'he men were taken
More Street Ilalltrny Promises.
Councilman Pat Lavelle, who has been
fighting for an extension of the I Etrect
car lino from the present terminus on
the west to tho city limits, Is not satis
fied with the new letter of O. W. Wat- !rn. rt i. T)1- TT,,,
ties announcing that the work wout! be- j J. HUG Cbb Jriciy V Bry
which was made In a formal letter to
the mayor .yesterday, had been under
stood for long time. Hut ijivclle aqd
n number vf others say the street car
company lsoo full of promises.
"Every time anyone lyis asked for Im
provements or extensions by the street
car comnanv tho officials . promised to
Ilest West of thr Muddy.
Yes, thqy aro here, hamplo gloves and
mittens, nice, clean lot. too. Right up to
tho Flynn standard. Plenty of Stnley and
Whlto Cat Klosed Kr6tch underwear.- The
swellcst run of suits and overcoats on
the west side of the Muddy. Don't for
get to see our Munslng wear window pn
N, the great stui. for klddos. Selling a
pile of bedding stuff these days. Quilts
blankets, etc., etc. Have some great val
ues. Our remnant counter will be un
usually Interesting Saturday. Boys' win
ter suits, overcoats aild caps you'll never
see such stuff anywhere else for the
money. Wo are after that trade and
must get It. JOHN FLYNN & CO.
South Omnhn Tluwlrrn.
JBTTER'S OLD AGE.
1st Id 3d
Hull ....( 1M
Totals S37 767 SDO 2,506
HINCHEY LAD'S. ,
1st . 2d 3d Total.
Ham 1S3 1KI 3U 5S7
Clark . 1M l's ?
Malonev iz i " ?'
Winters 3 167 176 fBJ
Lefler 176 18J 212 f'
Totals 900 K.I 1)19 730
Hdnldlcap i J 3 . 3
Totals 912 SC6 aS2 2.719
STOC1C YARDS NATIONAL BANK.
1st Z1 2U 1XJIHI.
Totals 710 SOG 731 2.306
Woodrow Wilson... 165
Mimic City fioHdtp.
For Rent f.-room bungalow, all modern;
hot water heat. 220S D. St,
Tho Entro Nous club gave a card party
last night at St. Mary's hall.
Lost Black spaniel dog: will pay liberal
reward for his return. 017 N. 2-d or call.
Tho Optima club will give a card party
and dance Friday evening at the work
J. C, Brownlee of Lengdon, S. D was
In, South Omaha on business the first
of the Week.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Whlto- and son,
Albert, are visiting with friends In Kan
sas" City this week.
BASE BALL SCORES BY INNINGS
at Bill Stokes' place. 410 N. 21th, during
Richard Nelson has returned to his
t.nm tit 4 lienpu Vnh ft nr- n ......
months' visit with' his cousin, K?arl Lee.
Miss Orpha Dunn of Seattle, Wash.,
WEEKLY DEBATE ARE
PLANNED AT CREIGHTON
The Crelghton Oratorical association
composed of aspiring orators from the
college department of the Crelghton Artr
college, has organized for work and will
hold a terlcs of weekly debates, one
each Wcdnesduy evening. Prof. Iiaac
Bossctt of tho faculty Is acting as mod'
erator of the society find the following
officers havo been elected for the first
semester: President, Harry Biflllvan
clasj '14; vice president, Emll Svoboda
class '15; recording secretary, Raymond
Traynor, class '15; corresponding secre
tary) Frank McDcrmott, class '14; treas.
urer, Edward McDermott, class '14
Committee on programs, Messrs. Waltei
Coakloy and John Cordes.
This Is the official debating organiza
tion of Crelghton university, from which
a Crelghton representative Is chosen foi
each annual stato Intercollegiate ora
torical contest. This year's contest ovlll
be held In February at Nebraska Wos
leyan. The State Peace contest will bt
held some tlmo later.
You Need These Clothes Now!
Whether for comfort, or for appearance alone, you need them now.
We scarcely need' add that the season demands new styles and heavier clothes, so in
either case the necessity is there. '
Yes! You need new Fall clothes now and the Beddeo way is the most convenient,
easy way to get them. ' .
Come Saturday & Select the
Suit, Coat, Overcoat or Hat
fm Or Whatever You Need For The
Entire Family and Simply Say
CHARGE IT! BEDDEO DOES THE REST!
And You Pay for the Clothes While Wearing Them
aaiuraav apuciai in lungs aims
Fashionable tailored styles for the young miss or lady,
models that reproduce the most attractive features of
the season; strictly tailored and prettily trimmed mod
els; two or three-button cutaway effects; Empire or
plain backs; in popular, diagonals, cheviots, serges
and bengalines. Sizes up to 50 bust, 20 50
Well Spent,. Says
the Play Expert
'Rcorcatlon of the right kind. Is a
world as well as a country problem,"
said Charles F. Weller of New York,
secretary of tho riayground and Recrea
tion Association of America, at the meet
ing of the chlo committor nnd socUl
science department of tho Omaha Worn
an's club Thursday afternoon. The teach
ers of the Omaha public schools were
tho special guests and the club room at
Metropolitan hall wna taxed to Its great
est seating capacity. He said that tho
time was fast approaching when play
would be as much a factor In the pro
gram of the public schools as tho three
"Wn are living In a lime when the
prosperity of a city Is counted by Its
smokestacks and not by the healthy con-,
dltlon of Its young men nnd women,"
said Mr. Weller. "The larger cities of
this country are seeing tho folly of this
nnd havo provided public. playgrounds for
the boys and girls who aro learning to
play under tho direction of a supervisor.
It would bo better for the teachers to
tako more recreation for they need It
as much as overy business man does.
"Instead of being ashamed of the time
spent at golf or other games wo should
be proud of It, for It Is that very thing
which Is going to pavo tho future gen
"Open your public schools fof a neigh
borhood danco on Saturday evenings and
Invite tho people of that community. The
boys and girls are dancing In low plares
at nights where there Is a greased path
to a bar wljero they get liquor Why
not haVo thVm enjoying themselves lu
places where the surroundings are good?
"American llfo Is losing n good deal of
the play, spirit now. Children do not
play the games now that our grand
'renta did Instead they are going to
O e moving picture shows and theaters.
Even the churches do not have the at
tendance they once did. It la tho desire
for amusement and no place to have It.
that drives the young men nnd women to
these places and It Is now up to tho
people of this country to bring about a
The speaker urged that his audlenro
would make every effort to Interest
Omaha business men In the Investment
of a public playground, saying that In a
few years It would more than repay
The Persistent ana au-Hnmis Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is the ftoad to
The "Johnston & Mnrphy" Is the Choice
of the Well Groomed Man
An ataurcmcc of thoroughbred style to
the wearer. The best shoe made in
That's saying much but wo con provo
it to you. The new English modola
havo that "nir of London" not
found in any other malre.
$6, $650 and $7
And men who wear them
think ihey'ro wort h every
penny of it in quality, style
We Sell on Credit Everywhere Write for Catalogue
Select What You
Say Charge It.
1417 DOUGLAS STREET
Open Until JO Saturday Evening
You Learn to Save
When You Pay
Ths Beddeo Way
CAN'T BEAT THESE VALUES
COMPARISON WILL PROVE IT
the Largest, Most Completely Stocked and Best EquippedHomo Furnishing Organization in America offers you the best
bargains in all Omaha for your money, and on the most liboraJ, easy-paying credit terms, with no payments necessary when
ill or out of work. Wo direct your attention to tho following splendid values. Read them carefully. IT ALWAYS PAYS
YOU TO GET HARTMAN'S PRIOES AND TERMS BEFORE BUYING HOME f UKNISHIjNGS ELSEWHERE.
This Luxurious Turkish Rocker
SPECIAL TERMS: IE ft C
$1.00 Cash $1.00 a Month $ V ll
An $18.00 Rocker at This Unusal
ly Low Price
THIS MASSIVE OVER STUFFED IMPERIAL
LEATHER ROCKER is without doubt tho grcutest
bargain over offored in this city. They aro absolute
ly guaranteed and far superior to any rookor general
ly advertised at $18. Tho fraino is strong and rigidly
constructed of thoroughly soasoned hard wood Tho
platform or base of rocker is very, substantial and fin
ished in front with deeply carved claw feet. Tho back
is diamond tufted with a continuous rufflo extending'
around edge, while tho scat is of smooth covering sot
jjn oil tempered springs. Qnly through our tremendous
buying power aro we able to offer you
this most exceptional bargaili for Sat- O O K
urdays selling at this low price r 9
Remarkable 7-P,iece Dining Set Bargain
A RAnE BARGAIN OFFER IN A SEVEN PIECE DINfNG ROOM SET
Six solid oak chairs with saddle Boata, and heavy- panel back. Hand rub
bed and brilliantly polished. Tablo has large top, 0-ft. extension and
easy running slides. Pedestal la masstvo and round Instead of Bquaro
tiB shown In Illustration. This femarkablo set on sale for
this week and while thoy last at the low price of
Solid Oak Colonial
THIS ELEGANT DIlESflKR Is mado
of solid oak, strongly constructott.
Three large drawers fitted with
wood pulls. Oval ahaped mirror and
French beveled nlnte pet off In artis
tically turned standard) makes this
a decidedly fine
value at this
We Carry a
I Complete Line
Ranges, Guaranteed to
Save Fuel. Don't Fail
to See Them.
Hfst Four-Rpom Outfit Kvcr Of-'
fercd, $8.00 a Month.
Elegant Solid Oak
Made with two small and two larffs
drawepi and a lort;e roomy china
cupboard below Haiidsomily fitted
with artistic wood knobs Tap beau
tifully curved with lievy French
plate mirror supported on artistic
column. Handsomely built from top
to Dottoni una a won
uuuv runt iui
Post Brass Bed
' Agents for.
ing Stoves and Ranges.
Come In and huve our store
expert explain them to you.
A GUARANTEED ACIP PROOF 2-INCH POST BRASS BED. Finished In
either bright pr satin and covered with the best lacquer that can be used. Has
ten heavy fillers and massive z-inca pobia. uomea in an sueej. ueKuiariy
priced at 20 and offered specially for tomorrow at the low t"f ) QG
price of v 4 11..
Domestic Lincoln Steel
This range Is one In which we have In
corporated many Improved features.
Hody is made of heavy llesseiner sheet
fcteel and thoroughly lined with asbes
tos, Han large, square oven, thoroughly
braced and will not warp. Ornamented
with nickel tea shelves, towel bar, etc.
Absolutely guaranteea ana
specially priced Tor
tomorrow at, each
, towei bar, eio.
1414-1416-1418 DOUGLAS ST.
Double Heating Base
BUILT ON THE NKW THIPtitJ FL.OB
I'LiA. which Insures perfect distribu
tion of heat In a large rodJatliig- surface.
Automatic gas cover prevftnt escape of
xaatH. Magasino Is of large site and
holds fire for exceptionally long time,
neautlfully nickel fYlrnmed with high
Jeff base, making thlx a nA ? f
very tall and effective mZI. 1 3