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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1913.
This $45.00 Chase
Leather UNI FOLD
Women's and Misses' Stylish
Suits. Coats and Dresses
On Sale Saturday at a Big Saving
Suits at $17.50
Just 200 in the lot; 100 aro suits selected
from our own regular stock; 100 are sam
ples Just bought at a big discount, every
wanted color and now styles In women's
and misses' sizes aro to be found. Compare
these suits with those shown olsewhero
at $25 to $35 special for Saturday
Dresses at $14.75-
Thcso dresses Just arrived aro the prettiest
of tha season'B styles; materials are French
sorgo, crepo do chine, poplin, oponge, eta;
collar and cuffs aro neatly trlmmod with
silk and laces; all the now draped styles.
$20.00 and $22.50 values, A FECIAL AT
Coats at $15.00
A largo collection of smart now coats for
women and misses Just recclvod in scores
of clever new styles and materials, three
quarter and full length stylos; somo are
all lined. You must see these coats to ap
preciate tholr actual value. Special for
Skirts at $5.00
One hundred samples and one hundred
from our own regular stock, novelty
checks, serge, etc. The styles nre too nu
merous to describe. $7.50 to $10.00 values
i XKW SPOHT COATS Just received, made of various materials, Including- all tho now
popular shades, especially priced at $10.00 $12.50 815 and up to. . .$25.00
AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA
Toliceman Dworak Given Suspension
by Board Members.
SALOON KAN HELD NOT GUILTY
I.uckr roHnd Not to Ilnyc Hold Out
of Hoars CnnnlnRtinin's Case
Tnken Under Aavlsemrnt
After nil tho Ions' waiting and the tre
mendous effort to fire Pollteman John
Dworak, tho Hoard of Fire and Police
Commissioner ypnterdoy ' evenlliE savwt
Its' face .by hsjisjnt a 'suspension on
Dworak for hclrir off his beat without
permission. As was also forecasted, 8a
loonman t It- -I.ucke was 'found not
guilty of soUIrm out of hours.
Tjis estcwwjh'Vrd came to.'Wf wpif.nt
dec!en eSr' fter a lorjf ngony. It
appears Ofrftsr nwB'c was to hayo
too much treubwybut when the ' s
tried Dwornk hsds! , tH evWrice hls
way on rar-prjfe-anu- tommis
loi.fr Oohahun, wfya filed tho .chances.;
was una.b( togft any cprroboratlon for
his side of t)i 4 eass.' Tlien residents of
Hrewn Park bean to take a most Un
partlnent Interest In the affair and the
board kept putting off the decision until
yesterday. But anyway, Dworak was
punished and; being; that he has a large
family, It Is thought the suspension will
Sirs much comfort to the board for Ha
unswerving execution of the, law against
As Is usutd, the board took the cas of
8aloonman X Cunningham under advise
ment The toard, according to Mayor
Sfoctor, also approved a set ot rules for
the firs department. He said n. set had
been approved for the police department
Ust' spring. It la doubtful, however,
whether any printed copies havo been put
Ints, the hands of ,the polios or firemen.
Mayor Hoclor said that he had com
municated, with Chief of Police llrlsss,
who wouia' arrange for a night patrol
man in the tHeirlct'.south of Q street from
Thirtieth to Thirty-sixth street. The
Mayor aatd he had been persuaded of
Uie necessity for sych a. course. Resi
dents of the section says that they are.
nbflutl- without police protection and
that Utterly they have been terrorised at
night by drunken men brandishing re
rolyera and discharging firearms. It Is
understood that one member of the
board has signified his unwlDlngnesa to
give tho taxpayers petitioning for police
protection any consideration.
Msyor Hoctor stated yesterday evening
that he had an awful time at the meet
ing- of the police board, but he did not
go Into detail on the matter.
the cultivation of fruit tftroughout the
ttate of Illinois.
Sooth Omnhn BottIIbk.
JHTTEH'S OLD AQE.
Fitzgerald 173 IK
Koch 1S6 14
Hrlgg 109 120
Peterson , , 169 IS
Hall ,. 174 110
Totals 783 770
THE WHITE SOJt.
if ruse 4 ,20J
IxKjpey,. ... !
Straw .v.- IBS
Tlal S55 783 837 2,498
-...' lt. 2d. 3d. Tot
I"ner 1W 168 168 433
f?I8 1 16 4S0
Culklns its m in; ij
ohnon Aa IIS -.ill
To.tal 740 80S 28
. UNCLE BAM'S VKTS.
Olson i , ... isi
yhipie ,r !..::. Il
J,100" -t - IBS
Handicap ......,,..,. 33 , 33
Tol'a 7S mK
Magic City Oosslp.'
hMerrWt a" raodcrni
baIthf SXflZ06 Nor.th Jl,t-.6 roon and
oath, modern except heat Inquire at sio.
The wbmeh of the First fctethodUt
lociuSn! TenouT.r27;ab,e- WeM knWn
mL" S1,Jncp. Thursday noon. Octobe
?i..-.-Vnr,a A. Und ana Miss Dertha
..-..111,, umn 01 mis city.
roclol.,Bia '" "'rt, lrle- wr"
If..iint? r a "urprlso party Tuesday
evening by u number of friends.
n 1" hoi?h;r,,n,i'!!L ,nJPr?v
Cassidy hallT Fortieth 1nU Q streets. "
iffii.!?!11-?1.? Syhnelder. former
KANSAS IMAGERY SCORES
I.opomotlre Itendllfftit Brlchtena
Toirn an Honr Defore Ileaoh
Insr the Station.
Apple Dr at Swift's.
It was apple day yesterday at Swift
i; Co.' plant In all part" of the United
States. It Is arrangod that every em
ploye ot Swift & Co. be supplied with
fine eating apples.
James, Handley was the originator ot
cpple day, he having done more perhapa
than any one other Individual to have
such a day thoroughly established all
over the country, originating In the state
ot Illinois, and has been carried out at
Hwjft Co.'s plant at South Omaha for
the last six year
At Chicago where the day Is com
memorated apples are given away to
school children. The Idea U to promote
i?iSi .Lot Ua achool board, was op
erated upon yesterday at St. Joseph"
hospital -tor appendicitis. -"wepn
hT.h n.!1."0!?.1 of aorgo Mcllrlde -will be
1..- ls afternoon at.t o'clock at hi
mrnt Hill bo mado In Forest Lwn ceme-
Marrled-Kolterman-Congdon. at tho
rt?idn of th. bride's plre.jia. Sr. and
Jlra. John Condniv 11m xj-.u niL. "...
Si.k .-k,w,.I Ko'efnin of Tekamah,
. rtgnea uontion. Dr.
Wheeler pronouncing the marriage lluea!
Julia lieprex. three and one-halt vears
?' w. dKhter of Mr. and Mn . Itenry
SML?Jtr,:uy"te"i,,jy afternoon. The
SMidrth, X'L diphtheria. The fu
f.eral will la held Friday afternoon at 4
Si-llS at the liy residence t" Bt
Tftung Mau-We lia.ve been digging for
Iff 'iAl evS' odd ut and broken
L,lt JLn I5".!ljrnn5t0" I'Ut a farewell
? 1. iV ; . Q m""'r wlat your
vni mpii it i i -r .Z "KIU1 particular
jou Mill find clothes you want on our odd
;!.iJtt.?k!' nl.'0' "d. them priced
i.uijr low. mere u a lot of young
stuff. Bring the boys and rl; we'll
vou"imon'y Jhlr clothe and glvo
you good goods. W make ladles' suits
and cojUb to order and guarantee fit and
satisfaction and the prices are not more
, 2,n?'ii. ha,vo t0 Py ff ready-made,
IL'kiiPi iwJLQ hav "inn's figure
your bill John Flynn & Co.
Tyrone, a little town Just over the
Kansas border In the northwestern pan
handle ot Oklahoma, bids defiance to Hit
Standard Oil company when John P.
Rockefeller raises the price of kerosene
to meet the cost of a court fine. Hort
the women wash "and wipe the suppei
dishes with electricity, though there lv
not an electric light plant within forty
miles of the village.
From 7 to 9 o'clock each evening the
dozen homes of Tyrone are lighted b
the great headlight 6f a Itock island
passenger train, and the story tit a trav
eling man's discomfiture and the '32 It
cost him for cigars for the men of the
town explains the. distinction held by this
1 anhandle metropolis.
J, P. Bancroft, representing a Kansas
City house, had been sent down here 'to
establish a new customer. .He had flHi
(shed his wprk and Intended to take, a'
night train back to Uperal..- With a hall
dozta men Bancroft sat In the hotel
I elcony plnylng cards. He .looked down
the track and saw a great headlight
looming up. He made a rush for his
grips and yelled 'to the boy to take them
over to the depot quick. Ilancroft rushed
up to the ticket window and demanded
a tllket to Liberal.
"How's1 thlsT" he said to the agent. "1
thought this train wasn't due tor an
1'our, and here she la not a mile away?"
"Mister," the agent replied, "you had
better go back to the hotel nnd buy
cigars for that bunch. I guess this U
your first trip down hero. That head
light Is just forty-nine miles atoy.
you've got nearly an hour to finish that
ame of pinochle.
"This Is tho longost stretch of straight
track In the United States-seventy miles
clear across the psnhandle without a,
curve. You see, that house over therel
That's where 'I live. I don't have to
light up until after 9 o'clock wlntet
nights. About twilight tho Oolden State
limited looms up about Texhoma nnd sht
shines right Into my kitchen window foi
an hour, finally getting so bright that
my wife has to pull the curtain, and ten
minutes behind her comes 34, and It
talies her seventy minutes to got by with
"It's a great saving 'for me. and m
wife now won't wash dishes by any.
thing but electrlo light. I never have to
call the 'dispatcher to get the time on
trains. I climb to the root of the sta
tlon. get a Una on the headlight and
make up my board accordingly. "-Nen
IT'S DOUBLE USE
When closed, to all appearances the Unlfold Is
a handsome davenport, and when opened (It is a
full sized comfortable bed, thereby giving-you two
articles In one.
THE HANDSOME FRAME
Th frame Is bettor than tho Illustration In
view of the fact that the euds are solid lnstaad
of open. It Is finished la American quartered
It Is upholstered in black chase leather of a
fine grade that neither heat or moisture will af
fects. In many respects it is superior to real
THE PRICE AND TERMS
Our great buying ability makes it possible for
us to offer you this wonderful value at this low
price on the exceptional easy terms. (Does not
weavers are piece workers; that is, they
aru paid so much for every "end"'
(thread) in the cloth they weave. Why.'
then. It may bo asked, haji tho Incrt-axed
productivity of the mills due to "doubllnci
Un" loom not lnrrVBJ)l Ihr, nrorli.r'.' I
earning capacity? .
Almost synchronously with the adop
tlon of high producing looms a process
was perfected by which llk cou d be
weighted tr "dynamited," as It Is called,
wun auuitcrants which hnve added to Its
volume and gave it a heavy, smooth
quality, pleasing to the touch, while
shortening the life of the fabric This
weighted silk ha come Into general use,!
as It can bo sold much more cheaply than
the puro material. It runs through tho1
looms faster than the unadulterated ar-'
ttcte, but as It contains fower threads ot
silk, and as tho' weavers' wajres depend,
on the number of threads woven, it can
bo seen why wages did not no un when
with weighted silk. Gregory Mason In tha
high speed looms came Into the Industry
Renewal" Oil, 1 Q
Special, a bottle, leC
sa stmniH mm tiin rnniwi'TW"' M.r;.iv" 1 i sss
WHAT TflE FIGHT IS ABOUT
Machinery . Dynamite Fabric, and
CheMfi Labor In American
' Silk Mills.
Quick Help to Dnrkache and Rhea,
The msn or woman who wants quick
help from backache and rheumatism will
find 'It In Foley Kidney Pills. They act
So quickly and with such trood effect
that weak, Inactive kidneys that do not
keep the blood clean and free of the im
purities that cause these symptoms, are
toned up and strengthened to healthy.
vigorous action. You cannot take Foley
Kidney Pills Into your system without
having good results. Contain no habit
forming drugs. For salo by all dealers
Persistent Advertising is tho Jlosd to
Gold Coin .
Cut yonr fuel
bills this win
tor by buyl'jg
a Gold Coin
they give you
more heat on
are within tho
roach of all.
Priced as low
Vf! 1 3 Splei
Soft Goal Heater
7Qn for This $1.50
1 3" Cedar Oil Mop
These mops have very long
fillers with enough oil on
them to last several months;
come with long handles.
Completo with upper warm-
i n.g c 1 o so t,
TO RELIEVE RHEUMATISM
the body-watte producing uric acid mat fee
gradually arrt$ted and the blood purified.
Correct diet is eeritiaL Abstain from Its
and anythlns containing mlrnVml. Bt
only once a day and take SCOTT S EMULSION
for avary meal.
" K0TTS EMULSION makes new Wood free
, from die ioionoua Droducta which irritat tUm
joints and Muscles; its medicinal force relieves
the enlarged, sURened joints; sw mwm.
SC0TTS EMULSiON stimulate the forces to
aqm tisc potsoAeus adds by its con
:eitrUd nouristuAg properties.
PkvicUuu etMrvwAare Draierl
$cott'$ Emulate fmr rummatum
EVatRY DftUGGMT HAS IT.
To understand the tTlevnnco ot the em
ployes ot the broad silk nnd ribbon fso
tortes, which constitute 90 i?r cent ot
tho silk r4ahts In Patereon, N. J It Is'
necessary to go back nearly twenty
years. In the middle '90s a hlsh juveed loom '
was perfected which could b run by'
women. Immediately fcr-alghted capital
ists, banklnr on the fact that women
would work tor lower wages than men,
opened factories In Scranton, Dethlehem,
AUentown. Easton and; other Tennsyl-'
van! a cities and towns where the men
were employed in mines, steer- plants,
railways and farms, and where there was
a large available supply of feminine labor.
Silk manufacturing boomed In Pennsyl
vania, and to keep In the race for profits,'
Paterson manufacturers were obliged to
adopt the tactics of their rivals. Women
came into the. mills of the Jersey town
and wages dropped. Tho men faced the
alternative ot working tor women's wages
or losing their' Jobs.
Tha Ingenuity of msn Is boundless when
profits are concerned. Halt a century i
ago each weaver operated a single loom. I
Later It - was found that a man could
manage two looms, and more recently the
three and four loom systems were adopted
In many ml'.ls. Successively as thesa
steps were taken people were thrown out
ot work and the competition of labor be
came greater. Anotlier drop In wages
followed. While this waa taking plaos,
looms were wjdtn4d and lengthened, and
the double-deck loom was devised. 1
In factories tn which the four-loom ys-'
tern ts employed a worker today controls!
four looms of thirty-six Inches wide; that
Is. he does the work that eight men with'
elghteen-lnch single looms would have ac-'
compllshed fifty year ago. Mills that'
are still on tlw twp-lopin ytem have
been forced by (he Jaw nf economic to
cut prices to the standard ot thlr cotn
; peUtors. It should bo understood that
If you haven't that prosperous appearance, you
are losing out and it is your own fault make a change at
once now come down to the Union and get those stylish,
well made, up-to-the minute clothes for you and your family.
ONE DOLLAR ft WEEK COVERS THE WHOLE BILL
HERE'S GOOD NEWS FOR
THE MEN FOLKS
Saturday we offer a
special lot of men's
suits in fancy striped
and serges. ninC-4 A7C
nfninn -Vi m rvf rrrrA Tfalnoo o 4-S I W Mir
oil luu iigviut cva;u vaiuio u (.
$l8.uu ana w u.uu, out lor Sat
urday only . ... ... .
HERE'S BETTER HEWS FOR
THE WOMEN FOLKS
Special sale of Ladies' High
Grade Suits stylishly made in
the latest fashion come
in diagonal, serge and cheviot
materials; all lined with Skin-
tier a stum, nicy mjm mm "f JP
are wonderful val- IT fl
ues, worm irom o.uu
to $30.00; Saturday,
your cnoico ior , .
ASKED WHEN ILL
OR OUT OF WORK,
AND YOUR ACCOUNT
CLOSED IF THE
Mil's Shots aniHats
Sold ou easy payments
at cash storo prices. Lat
est styles and patterns.
OR YOUR MONEY
Special Reduction in
This includes many spe
cial pattern hats and all
our regular stock.
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