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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1913)
THE BEE: -OMAHA. SATURDAY, CXTOBER 18, 1913.
MALONEY SPEARS HIS MIND
Detective Chief Tells Police Judge
"Where to Get Off.
raicnoN at the city jail
Rnch Asarrta that the Other la ln
terferlna; rrllh the- Work of t
III Department anil lint
Dainty Police Judge Charles VT. I'os
ler'A hell-like ears were shocked, his
delicate being was disturbed and his
whole day was spoiled for him yesterday
all because Chief of Detectives Steve
Maloney, speaking- the arrot usually In
vogue In police circles told him some,
thing that translated Is said to mean,
""If yah don't quit neslectln' yer own Job
an tryln'ta run mine, there'll be trubbull."
Judge Foster was dumbfounded. lis
rouldn't speak a word. The silence had a
roollnR effect on Moloney's wrath and
the bulky sleuth retreated to his office,
rome fifty pounds lighter In weight.
Foster put on his coat and hat and left
the rourt room.
The story rocs that n man wns fir
rested Wednesday nlRht for being In the
wronir houae. He whs held In Jail all
night so that Maloney'a men could In.
resttgatc him. At the time. It wns thought
that the man was a housebreaker. Aftsr
Investigation It transpired that the pris
oner had only become confused and cot
Into the wrong house and Maloney see
ing no reason to file a complaint sst him
The prisoner's name appeared on tli
court docket but the prisoner himself
ai not In couit. Presecutlng Attorney
Ahheuier told Judge Foster that Maloney
has relented the man because there waa
nothing to the case.
The Judge Is then said to have passed
several caufrtlo remarks nbout Maloney;
tho way Malonry's department Is being
operated, and Intimated that the chief Is
Incompetent and wns usurping authority
Jiot belonging to him. Maloney was not
present, but kind friends carried tho
news to him. After court had adjourned
Maloney faced Foster and told him
"what's what" In language that Is not
usually heard In the best conducted
Toting Women's Chrlstlnn associations.
Foster took tho "lecture" In silence and
when It was over donned his coat and
hat and departed.
According to police station attaches re
lations are strained between Foster n.M
not only Maloney, but nearly every other
imllce official, because of his habitual
Matciiienta derogatory to the department
Ulftt he makes no attempt to prove and
frequent dismissal of cases "Just becauso
4 don't like the administration."
Judgo Foster, of course, denies this
charge and says that the police try to
run his court and do everything they can
to hinder him.
Until Along in June
TJmi brMffe celebration to commemorate
iha twenty-fifth anniversary of the open
Mtk of street communication between
Council Bluffs aft Omaha and south
Omaha, la to be held next June. This
waa the decision reached by the commit
tea which wet at noon at the Commer
cial club, with Acting Mayor Dan But
ler, Mayor Maloney of Council Uluffs,
and Mayor Hoctor ot South Omaha pres.
ent. The celebration is to be htld tn
Dodge park, on the east side of the river,
extending some distance up and down
The celebration was delayed until June
for ee veral reasons. The park will hot
bo flnlohed much before that time. The
committee desires to have Unltea BtaUs
troops participate, and at present ther
are practically none stationed at either
Fort Omaha or Fort Crook. Again, on
account of the recent closing of the Xk
Bar-Ben festivities, It was thought best
to delay the next great celebration for
' State mllltla troops, aa well as federal
troops, are to participate In the cere
monies. The committee in charge of ar.
rangements waa made permanent, with
Dan Butler chairman.
for New Hotel Now
Only five of the nine bids expected on
the contract for the excavation of tho
new Kontewlle hotel., site . -were In at
now, at the office f Architect Thomas
Jvlraoall, More blda were expected after
noon, although It had been previously an
nounced that bids wouid close at" noon.
Tha contract for the excavation will
likely be let within tho next day or 'two
Tb dimensions of tho lot line, which
wfjl also be the dimensions of the x
ravation. are HBxlM feet At the south
east corner tho depth of the excavation
will be some fifteen feet, whllo farther
west the depth will be greater, aa the ur
fac of the ground la higher. This ex
caratloo will yield a tremendous quantity
of dirt The disposition of this will de
pnd upon tho plans of the Individual
contractors whose business It will be to
get rid of the dirt aomewher. There
are always places in the city that need
filling, and the question here wll be of
finding the nearest dumping place that
will be to the advantago of the contractor.
The Epworth league of the Walnut
Hill Methodist church gave a reception
weaneaqay evening for the nurses of tho
Methodist hospital Autumnal decora,
ttona were used wth a profusion of pen
nants, flowers and especially arranged
electric lights. The reception line con
rated of HeV. and Mrs. William Boyere.
Miss Mayo Morjsctte and the officers of
The program for the evening was an
nounced by little individual programs In
autumnal design, as follows;
Violin Solo-Mr. Donald Hmlth, accom
panied by Ml" Verna Hmlth.
J ocal Holo Mr. UlrimOaUlUbury.
Violin Solo-MIao Christiansen, accom
panied by Miss Hart. "
OnerAct Comedy-Tke Trouble at
Katerjee's," Cant: Dorothy, Mary Day)
f. Jn Woodruff f -Mildred, 'verna
wltl; Bertha, Sybil Woodruff; Marian.
SF, 'J:"t ". Mt Ophelia SateV&e
Kuth Jorgenson; Kathleen, the maid,
Mr. I W. Hoffman. '
-Asltli In the rooms were Mlsaea
Owone. JCauffman. Day, Woodruff,
Messrs. Plott, Cavett, Arnold, Williams,
yrltcfaer, Wilson. Mr. and" Mrs. L W.
O BerviptT fcuni-h were MUoe pjfkuid.
Lcnzer, Baygg, Day, Gordon. Trebllcook. i
Fir tin Bit Sorifiit
f $20,100 Worth (
LUNckt at Sic tn ikt
-klltr frtM mi tf tki
tat wi largMt Mhsis
in tkt wtfl., MMirisiRe
Cult, Muffs, NftkiHSNS,
tt, tiwist ykicts ivir
rmrM In Imiki's sties
tawi Mink, NwrHH Sill,
MfrflMt, S&M, KlrtiifiR Piny,
Ctvtt Cr Lynx, EU.,
is Guls mhI Fur Siti.
Ih tr win4ri May aM
witofc Ik Mr lit Sale Mvirtto
PMt fw Snifcy's Pip-trs.
. Mi. 11th St.
Tip-Top Bread is tho best for
all members of tho family; you
may eat it piping hot or you'may
cat it cold it is equally palatable
and nutritious. Why? Becauso
it is thoroughly baked in Mam
moth ovens in a heat of 550
degrees fahrnheit; every
yeast germ is killed by this
terrific heat. It is niade
from spring wheat flour
with milk, sugar, shorten
ing and all other ingred
ients of tho best. Baked
in the only automatic bakery in
the state. All grocers have it for
sale, fresh daily, .wrapped in air
tight wrappers with the Tip-Top
label printed on every wrapper.
U. P. Steam Baking Co.
For Boys Full of Pep
Cut the shoe bill in half. We guarantee
STEEL SHOD SHOES to outwear two
pairs of ordinary boys' shoes. They come
in Button and Blucher. BOYS' 1 to 5.
$2.50. Little Gents' 10 to 13, $2.00
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 F&rnam Street
1913 Milk-Fed Spring Chickens, T6c
PIG PORK ROAST.
i-ig rorK Butts , .,1340
Steer Pot Itoast UMo aa& loo
Youn Venl Iioast .laVio
Lamb Leg-s , 1940
Mutton Chops, i ib. tot t 350
From Mo fl P. M., Lamb Chop.Tso
Mutton Roast To
No, 1 Lean llama 16 Ho
No. 1 Small llama lli
No. 1 Buyer Cured Haoon 16fo
No. 1 Bztra VtAn Bacon ...... lo
From to 10 P. M., Porlc Cnopa 13V4o
tomAjLLL?Bi'?' yti,l ""I w 1vlse our cu
W'SS r1? UTal, lasan tt
toea and atrlnjr beana, 3 cans for 36o Ilumford Uakln'pot,
ioc. or one doxen can tor . nan
lBo alto Tomatoes, can 10c, or dosen
cans , fl.ia
S-lb. can Hominy, Pumpkin or Beets.
3 for aj
' CjmnueU'a Pork and Beans,
100. and lOo size for ...,7Uo
JEo rrade of Peaches Or Pears ,.16o
SOo trade of Qreenraes, Pluma or
Peaches, can 100
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Phone and mall orders filled prompt!
tnr . . Ua
26o Ilumford Baklna- Powder ,...lo
Dutch Cleanaor, 2 for lSo
iu iiernng-. keir 750
Capitol Ulend Cotfee, 80c grade., Mo
30 lbs. beat Hujar $1.00, with lb, of
Tea or Cocoa 6o
Idlewlld or Meadow qold Butter.Mo.
Publlo Pride Flour
Domestlo Hwlss Chee, lb two
New York White or Colored Full
ICUII1 LlltOlO, ID, . . ..B30
Fresh coal arriving dally. Wo are handling nothing but tha beat quality.
Publlo Market Special $8.00 1 Public Market Capitol $7.00
iiuuwa, goon quaniy, aii bum, cuerokee Nut (the genuine) $3.50
LOGWOOD; A Fall Collm
. BRAND -
School Pennants at 1 Cent
Thousands of beautiful pennants for Omaha
and South Omaha schools; exact school col
ors and designs; Vt Inches long. Following
school pennant are ready:
Omaha High Hchool, Dupont School,
Howard Kennedy Hchool, Saunders
School, Vinton School, Franklin School,
Cans School, Central Park School, Cor
rlgan School, South Omaha,
Ono to a customer; come early as the 4
pennants may not all last through tho J
day. Bo' Clothing Department, 2nd I
floor, Old Store.
, tUlles, I to.
119 XT. 10th EU
OUTJ. P. o
Fresh Cut Roses 49c Doz.
5,000 fresh, home grown Roses in all colors regu
larly $1.00 a dozen; Saturday at, dozen 49c
cut nowra dept. scaix xxoob.
Mm a Yali WiU Be 10 0ur Store 1
mule. I die ah n9V s,c 1
The foremost expert on Beauty Culture in America
will be in Brandeis Stores to give Omaha women her
personal 'advice on matters pertaining to tho enre and
treatment of the face and skin. Appointment may bo
made by applying at tho Drug Dept., Main Floor.
Delicious Candies Specrd
Special Fresh Grated
Oocoanut Pecan Nut
Creams all flavors; at,
per lb, 29c
Fresh Home-made Black
Walnut Taffy at, lb. 25c
Assorted Cream Peanut
Squares- Vanilla, straw
berry and chocolate; at,
Our Delicious Home Made
Maple Confections fresli
every Saturday, lb. 20c
Pompeian Bitter Sweets
and Swiss Milk Chocolates
crushed fruit and nut
centers; at, lb 29c
We have a complete line of
'Halloween Novelties for parties
and table decoration, at, each. Bo.
lOo, lSo. floo and up.
Saturday Attractions; West Arcade
"TC 1 lis? t
BCWH-WHITE UNEO-EtiMlEUD .
Guernsey O-plece Cooking Set (llko Illustration), regular nrlco
$1.49, this sale, set , Q85
NaUonal Vacuum Washing Machines, at Sll
Demonstration and Sale of the Great Wizard Gas Irona-SS.OO
values, at , q
Plve-plece Brasa Crafters Bath Room Beta, worth $3.75! at.'the
AdJuiUhlo Hath Tub Sots, can be used Inside or outside the tub
$2.00 values, at ftf ost
Havlland China Dinner Sots 100 pieces handsomely Vecorated
-$49.00 value, at .34.50
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Nathan & Nathan III
Prompt Delivery To All Parts of
Treeh Sutter and Sggn Beoelvod
8307-9 . 3V8AVSKWOBTX ST.
Tel. sonalas 0073.
Not just for one ?ay. but
EVERY daya very tptdal
value in a ladies' shoe, exact
1y like the one pictured here
with flat toe and stylish lines
throughout' will wear as
good as they look.
Come In tan or black button or
lace. The best shoe te be had In
TO BS IK
Office For Rent
The large room on ground
floor of Bee Building, oc
cupied by the Havens
White Coal Co.
Nice Farnam street front
age. About 1,500 square
feet of floor space with
large vault. Extra on.
trance from court of tho
Fine office fixtures are of.
fered for sale. Apply to
N. P. Feil, Bee office.
Chambers' Academy of Danc
ing will open season 191344
for lessons and classwork,
October 7th, 1913.
Applications for enrollment In classes
can bo mado now by calling D-1871.
New entrance on 25th Street.
Roller Skating will begin
Entrance on Parnaai Street.
Gif A I Greatest Bargain Evr
vWML Offered in Omaha!
Judge Sutton Says
Sulzer Refused to
Obey Tammany Hall
Presiding Judge Button of the district
court bellsvee that Governor Sulser of
New York was convicted on Impeach
raent charges because the governor had
refused to commit crimes greater thau
the ones wth which he was charged.
"Although Hulxer may be, guilty," said
the Judge, ''and I might have voted for
conviction had I been ono. of the men
who were trying him. 1 regret that he
was found guilty. He was convicted be
cause he had refused to commit still
greater crimes and had declined to take
xiuiqn mxiiMiu QJfXOIALTx LUMP Ai vr
and NUT (hand screened) 4, 1 Q
AVE MAKE FllOMrT DELIVERY
Rosenblatt's Cut Price Coal Co.
TEL, DO UQ. 530. (The Home of Quality Goal) TEL. JK)Ufl. B80,
Pmlittnt Advert'alnir Im tha Ttna.i tn
lM lie turn. j
You may miss something
if you don't read
the want ads TODAY.
Tell the whole town
of that want of yours by a
classified ad in "Tho Bee."
Phone Tyler 1000
Roller Skating Begins Sat
urday Might, October 18th
Fim Floor and Good Music
The Mt.ntlon ot Orphetua pstnu U .called t
th taci that tonM th turttia riot prQBjUr ejc.
rriCMi Otllwr. tQcj BiIcost, 7f: Ba
St Wa mod 7U.
Sally Xat, 18-a.BOe
tf2lm1 r tj tf
Mrlgf Svafs., 13-2&-9O-7&0
UST TIMES TODAY
Kualeal BCI I CC AC BCAHTV
Bnrlesans ki. vi mt-nm nwn
Kaatea' Dime sCatlsee Week Says,
Tomorrow and w'k Ben Welch. Himself,
EAST at BMK
"An hotel of distinction
with moderate charges"
Within five minutes of principal railway terminals.
Situation ideal. .
8lnU rooms . . per d.jr-U, K , M
Double rooms . - - M, tft, 7, M
Double bedrooms, boudoir
drcsalnc-raom and bsth - " " se, $10, tit
Suite Psrlolr, bdrocm sad bath ' lie, tit, M
JacA room frith blh
3 Says, Baglnnlag Vnursoay, Oot. 83,
WZTX RAKIT OOBOB, XX
"WHEN OIjAUDIA SMILES"
Popular Bollar lCattnae Saturday.
Bights. BSo to a. Beat Bale Monday.
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BOYD THEATER STOCK CO..
With FLORENCE STONE
In a Gleantfc frodijctlou of
- BBTSXZiT 02 8li BSTlSt"
N'.it 1Tk.. Mr. WlnioftbCattxt ratal.
AXX. WXXK BULTS. WSB. sjad BAT.
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