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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1913)
BRIEF CITY NEWS AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
tlons to their plant The matter ffm that If any transfer Is mado It shouM 1
Men and Women
Just as good as reli
able as stylish Clothing,
Hats and Shoes as you
We will gladly charge anything
you buy you are entitled to credit
without red tape here.
And remember, we guarantee
everything we sell. Buying for
100 stores means low prices for
you. You are always welcome.
Men's O'Coats, $10 to$25
Man's Suits, $10 to $22
Women's Suits, $12 to $32
All at $1.00 a Week-
2! Mentor Co, I
Open Bat. eve. until 10
Mon. until s p. m.
X.U lae.t . p,nn Mntnal. Gould,
lighting fixtures. Burceis-Qranden Co. '
ridellty Storage fe Van Co. Doug. 1516
Kara RootPrtnt It Now Beacon rress.
Boiler Skating at Chambers' Far-
jnam street entrance. Phone Doujlas MTX.
Chambers School of Banclng How Opts
Social, aesthetic and Mage danclm?
taught. Telephone liiualaa 1
Qnlnlan la Back Thomas Qulnlan, sen'
eral manager of Harden Bros, sioios,
(has returned from Hastinss. where he
has been for a couple of day a .
1 Kaydan Buyers in JTttc York Thomaa
J l.vnn of the ladles' suit department at
. Harden Bros., and I. Johnson of the
lace department, are In Xew Tork buying
'stock for the holidays.
Judge Day a Pioneer Judge Day of
jtho district court will have been In Omaha
'thirty years today. He has been a
district Judge eleven years and for two
years held an appointment aa master to j
assist the supreme court.
Return from Kew Orleans Mr. and
Mrs. V I. Klllck have returned to Omaha
Hum nirir inp into me east ana soiun.
Mr. and Mrs. Elllck visited New Orleans,
Galveston, Houston and Dallas In the
south and several of the larger cities In
the east before they returned,
Canadian Visitors Bare Mayor Robert
Martin of Begina, Sask., Canada, and AN
bert Gibbons, representing the Rextna
Ccmmerclal club, were visitors at Mayor
James C. Dahlmau's offices. They weru
returning- from Oklahoma, where they at
tended a dry farming congress.
Baw aauger Warned George Bless
ing of South Sioux City has Just been ap
pointed by Collector Hammond as gauger
for the Crystal Lake distillery at South
Uloux City, In place of C. P. n. Williams,
who has been transferred to duty at the
Willow Springs distillery, Omaha.
Miss Starr In City Kail Miss Frances
Starr, who was stenographer for the city
charter commission, will Iw appointed
stenographer In the city law department
to succeed Miss Edith Lambert, who Is
to bo married 'Thanksgiving to Raymond
J Young of the city engineering department.
M. C. Peters Milling Co. Buys Up
Whole Square of Ground.
MAY VACATE PART OF P STREET
Count j- Treasurer Vrr AiMUes Treas
urer Martin that Korcclonrc of
Tax Mens Will De Strictly
The M. C. Peters Milling company has
purchased a whole, squart of ground ad
Joining their mill at Twenty-nlnth ami U
streets and will erect a now mill on It.
The deal has been lately consummated
and tho company Is already making ar
rangements for the breaking or ground
on the new tract. Before beginning tho
actual construction work on a new mill
the Peters Milling company Is seeking to
have the city extend Its sewer connec-
taken up with City Attorney Henry C
Murphy and City Knglneer Herman Beal
yesterday. The Peters Milling company
Is one of tho biggest of Its kind In the
Country. The aim of the. company Is to
erect a more modem mill and to extend
Its. lino of feed manufacture along with
its old line of alfalfa.
May "Vacate P Strrl.
Representatives ol me, Union Stock
yards and the city attorney's office will
meet today sometime for the purpose of
taking up the question of vacating h"
street under the new viaduct The ordi
nance looking to tho vacating of tho
street was Introduced some time ago by
Councilman Jay X. Williams, but was
held up In the office of the city attorney
until the rights of the taxpayers could
bo more carefully guarded In any trans
fer of land from tho city to private own
ers. It Is the contention of the city at
torney's office that the ground In ques
tion should not be vacated or transferred
absolutely to any private concern, but
bo inado In such wise t
be able at all times to
i r -
11 iirvfrparj. t
Will rorerlo.r I, trim.
County Treasurer lre has directed a
letter to City Treasurer Martin to the
effect that the enforcement of the old
law gives tho county the right to fore
close on a tax Hen County Treasurer
fro wants City Treasurer Martin to
know that his threat to use tho old law
Is something more.thim n mere threat.
The county treasurer Intimates that the
same policy could lje adopted In South
Omaha for delinquent rity taxes, t'nder
the law about to be revived by the county
treasurer any ptoperty upon which the
county holds n lien for unpaid taxes can
be foreclosed and sold by the county for
the amoujfC of the tax A title acquired
at such a sale Is confirmed In the new
purchaser two years after purchase. City
Treasurer Martin said he would look Into
Judge Kncltsh estrrdm dissolved the
Injunction restraining ths street railway
e city will' company from replacing the cobble
the gTant j stones on the tracks between L and O
streets on Twenty-fourth street. The or.
der was Issued Saturday nt the Instance
of Hr. John W. Koutsky and n hearing
hsd Wednesday. The court handed down
a decision yesterday, holding that the
plaintiff was not a proper party to the
suit as having no special Interest In the
work done. Tho railway company will
restore the rock and grout It with ce
ment so as to make a smooth topping
Or KoutskVs petition whs filed by At
torney C. J. Southard and represent!
the objection voiced by a number of
Twenty-fourth street business men.
Will Wntrh the l)os.
In accordance with tils annua' . tistom,
Chief of Police John Hrlggs will Issue
InMrurtions to tha police force tonight
as to the handling of the youth of the
city celebrating Hallowe'en. The night
Is generaly a busy one for the itollce of
South Omaha anil Chief Hrlggs Is among
glrla of the city have a wholesome te
specl for tho big police chief and It neeti
but u word from him to check their
pranks on Hallowe'en.
Mnnlc City CSosslp.
Wanted-OIrl for general work. Tele
phone South W.
Thn C W. H. M. of the first Christian
chun-h will meet this evening at the
The birth of a son Is reported at the
home of Mr Hnd Mrs. I Bagby. IK
Office space for rent In Bee office. SVtK
N street Terms reasonable. ell Know
location Tel. South 27.
The Knglrs have announced the winners
of the prUes In their contest for th
prises left over from the bnsar-
Wanted-OIrl or miam ageu mnv rot
Residence. 20 & "th
in v i
tho busiest of the police. The hoys and I and J streets.
1IS3 or '000.
Karl Burke, formerly of th city, but
for some time doing contract work on
Canadian railroads. Is In tho city visit
The Boys' club of St. Martin's chunh
mm ivi a Hallowe'en party this even
ing at the parish house. Twenty-fourth
"You see I hare
i nothing in this shoe,"
said Mr, Mason.
r ' " Wrong J" shouted
some ono In the audience,
"Thatrs a Crossett and it's
chock full of comfort."
Take this tlpi The ease
Inn pair of Cro&setts seems
almost magic. New mod
el below Is No. 69.
ttj UtiM nttyuSrrt
A. Crossett. Inc., Mahtrt
North Ablarton, Uss.
There's a special Crosiett last
for 'people with arch troubles.
Ask our agents about It.
I, Carl Hans Lody
. to Contest Suit
Started by Wife
, Carl Hans Lody of Berlin, Germany.
' whose marriage to Louise Storz, daughter
of Gottlieb Storz. October 23, 1912, follow,
lug an ocean romance, was a noted social
event In Omaha, Is here to conteat tho
d'vorce suit tnstltucd by Mrs. Lody last
January. The case has been set for trial
before Judge English next Wednesday.
Mrs. Lody's petition, filed January 4 of
this year, alleges that two months after
their wedding her husband struck her and
btat htr, and that again on New Year's
day he treated her cruelly. She alleges
that she was a faithful and obedient wife.
Mr. Lody, who had been employed In
the local Union Pacific headquarters, re
turned to Berlin a few days after the di
vorce suit waa started and made no an
swer until the .period allowed by law had
almost expired. An appearance was then
entered for htm by a legal firm and soon
afterward an answer denying all Mrs.
Lody's claims was .filed.)
Mr. Lody .is nt the. Rome hotel and he
brought with him -a lawyer from Berlin.
There had been rumors that the case
would not be contested by him, and his
appearance in Omaha la the first dcflnlt
uifoi inatlon tliat -he will do so.
OFFICERS AND STUDENTS
j BATTLE MINNEAPOLIS
I MINNEAPOLIS, Oct 3. A dozen po
licemen and a score of detectives en
gaged In a desperate battle with (00
University of Minnesota students, high
school boya and other sympathisers at a
local theater tonight. Clarcnco Wind
miller, a doorkeeper at the theater, was
knocked unconscious and two students,
Giles McIIenry and F. L. Raferty, al
leued ringleaders In the riot, were locked
up at Jkj'.Ico headquarters.
The atudents, who had been celebrating
' the departure of the Minnesota foot ball
toam for Madison,, charged "the front en
trance of the theater. When Wlndmlller
attempted to stop them he was beaten
and seriously Injured. The crowd was
held at bay by a policeman with a drawn
revolver until a riot call brought tho re.
serves from headquarters.
, KAIII.IKII LEAVING TIME.
Lonls-Kmisaa City Special.
VIA C. II. & Q. RV.
Four thirty, p. in. Instead of 4:33 p: m.
' from November 2; arrives In Kansas City
at U p. in. Instead of 11:03 p. ni.. making
southorn night connections.
Culls from the Wire
il ' a C
Omaha Agents Crossett Shoes
in Your Store?
Clerks with Colds,
and Business Poor?
FOR SALE CHEAP
A standard pattern, collapsible)
Revolving Door solid oak,
heavy plate glaee, with solid
brass push and kick plates.
AT A BARGAIN
The Bee Building Co.
Clarence Aiich and Charles Johnson, ad
vertising man and linotype operator, re
spectively, on a Mattoon (III.) newspaper,
were burned to death yesterday when flr
destroyed a boarding house in which they irfM
were usleep. TM
The body of Patrick Dugan, which waa WM
exnumeu ill xiaiumore vuierdav rnr m.
j Interment in the cemetery was found to
imvo uttuiuc iJcwitiexj. iu weiRiit is esti
mated at more than 600 pounds. The
clothes also were petrified. Mr. Dugan
was burled nine years ago.
5, "I'll throw a rock through a window 1
, every nine i ko inio a restaurant and get
charged 16 cents for a plate with only
.forty-two oeana on It. I know how many
there were because I counted them." Jo-
eph Mack told a Boston policeman who
arrested him yesterday for breaking a 150
window with a rock. He was sentenced
vu iu inuiiuia in me nouse or correction.
At Greenville, Tex.. Clifford Urillhant.
professor of oratory, and Howard Thomp
son, student, both of Penlel university,
were drowned while duck hunting on the
city reKervolr. They fired at the same
bird and the recoil capsized their boat.
Upon her confession that she arranged
pretended mariiacea bctuivn whit airl
and Chinese and forced mnrrlaim niri. '
jcates of Justices of the peace, Maude'
1 Young Dan. the white wlfP nf a iin.inr,
Chlncce, waa given an Indeterminate term
in tho woman's prison at Hherburn yea-1
Daniel Klllahane, who. since hla wifel
left him twenty years ago, had lived a'
recluse on his farm near Sallna, Kan., -waa
found dead of starvation In his home t
jrcsieruar. jvmanune ownea one of the
richest farms in the neighborhood and
large herds of live stock and had a sub
stantial bank account He was "5 years
The high temperature this fall and the
I land last winter has brought about an ice
lihortage which is beginning to be felt,
'especially on the fishing fleet. One hun-
dred vessels engaged In shore fishing were
I held nt the Boston wharvea yesterday be.
I cause of inability to obtain a supply of
Thomas Stanley, motorman of the In.
oiana union traction car wmcn was
I'JIE OMAHA BEE
THE HOME PAPER.
wrecked near Muncie. inu , a week ago,
causing the death of two persons and In
Jury of forty others, waa arrested at hla
home In Anderson, ind , yesterday on two
charges of Involuntary manslaughter He
was brought to Mun-ie ana later released
on 2 000 bend. j
A COMPLETE STORE FOR MEN
The Store With a Buying Organization
Powerful Enough to Command the Best
Values in the New York Market, Can Always
Offer the Best Values to Its Customers !
THE BEST CLOTHES THAT THE BEST NEW YORK WHOLESALE
TAILORS "MAKE A.RE HERE IN GREATER VARIETIES, AT SET
TER VALUES THAN ANY OTHER STORE CAN POSSIBLY OFFER
The Proof is Plainly in the Clothes Themselves
The New Rough Chinchilla Ovef coats with
Shawl Collars, Belted Backs and all the other
New Style FeaturesMany Ask $25; Our Price
There's nowhoro else In Omaha that you can find a chinchilla overcoat that has anything llko the class of thlfl ono
selling at this price. In this lot you can choose also from imported Irish Friezes, latest designs; storm ulaters,
double and single ureastod, shawl or convertible collars, 44 to 52 inches long; body serge lining, in all shades of
blue, browns, grays, tan and blnck. Many utoros ask $25 for coats of no hotter class,
Men's Suits of Superior Grade
Ton will seek far to find Suits at any prlcse that would
fit you better or satisfy you better thaU these.
English models In latest pattern
oft roll oollar, 3 or 3
button coats, self retaining fronts, aerge
or mohair llnsd, ana soma silk lined. Boores
of the very beat of blue Bergs Suits. They
look and wear like 935 and 930 Butts, at.
Moderately Priced .Clothes
KEN'S OVEBOOA.TS la new styles good, warm fabrlos,
well tailored and madetogiva long servlce7
MEN'S SUITS Every alts and practically
every shade and pattern
for men and young men,
at . ,
Men's Overcoats at $1375
Tweeds, ohovlots, kerseys, oassimerees, In grays, browns, blues,
blacks, stripes aud tans, with convertible collars 44 to 83 tnohes
long, bait backs and shawl oollars; all full outs.
You will find these same coats offered to you
elsewhere at 910, 91B and sometimes 930. You
can find them acre and nowhere else, at
Men's Suits at $13.75
Suits that axe actually handtallored shades that lncludo fancy
tripes, sinall checlts.tans, Jrowns and plenty of wool blua
serges; 3 and button moaeu, soit rou couars,
all sites, 34 to 44 also stouts, 38 Jo SO, and
values nptr 938.60 'are here In "this matchless"
Men's Overcoats at $11.75
Xf you have made np your mind to buy a good 81B.00
Ovsrooat this season, why not take ona of these at
911.70 and pooket the dlfferenoeT There la fifteen
dollars' worth of wear, style and satis.
faotionln .Very one of ' them. Heavy'
coats with atotyi collars and lighter
coats for dresiy wear are la this group at. . .
Tou can get a good wool blue aerge suit at this pries
here. Tou pan choose from aoorea and aoorea of
strlotly up-to-date alts. In every alie. The
new styles (all of thaia) are lnolnded In
this group. X ru.it that will give year.
round aervtoe and satisfaction la her. at..
l,3tiO I'AIHK OV MKH'S AMj WOOh PANTS Series, di no J H AO I COUNTUY CIAfn MACKINAW COATH Tho hit of the seaso
cashmeres, tweeas; values up to 6; In two lots at. . . , . pi.UO dllU yJ.UO and heavy weights, with storm collars, bolts, etc., all shades
COl'NTKY CIjUh .MACKINAW COATH Tho hit of the season. Short
$5 and $10
Men's Winter Underwear 0ncsRecial
Men's' wool undershirts and druwers, in
camel's hair, natural gray and buff colors.
shirts at .
negligee and dre
This underwear Is actually
worth 1 and' 11.26 a Kar
mont; big special lot Saturday.
Men's all wool undershirts nnd drawers.
in tan, gray nnd medicated red. This is
heavy, warm 2-pleco winter underwear
(hut UHtially sells ut $1.50 a Rnr- Qr
nient, nt 7 O C
MUX'S UXIOX UXDUHWHAIt Fine derby
ribbed suits, in all sizes, special qq
offer at, each tOC
Mtimlug union suits for men, gj. S5.50
Men's flno lamb's wool undershirts "und
hfw fall patterns in
leeee shirts, nleated
or plain bosoms all
ulzes and very ut trac
tive patterns; special
! Columbia cuff-turn J 1 p r
C I slilrtM at
Big Purchase Thousands of Pairs of Men's Gloves
We booght from aa astern Jobber hla entire sample lines and surplus stock
of men's fine lined and unllned dress gloves., .Some of these actually worth
up to S3 a pair. The widest variety to select from In all sixes and all kinds.
Saturday oa big bargain square at, pair
MUX'S SAMPIJi DUKKS fJLOVKS Tan, gray aud buckskin; many ure silk
lined; cloves made from finest Imported leathers, at
uen a aim uo- winter giovcs una mittens, worm up to I'll n pair; r r und 1-7 rr
on special sale Saturday at, pair OOC OC
MEN'S SWEATER COATS
Vew arrivals of men's sweater coats, made of
selected yarns, with large ruffneck and Byron
tSSrt.?? $1,98 10 $4.98
acea's haad made worsted sweater coata (tha
flneat made), heavy rope stitched coats that
are proof against coldest weather, in nil col
ors, values up to 110 c rn and en
each for Saturday auwUOU wliuU
Ken's sweater mufflers, values up to I Q.
60c, at . . ...... I O U
Men's fall neckwear, 7 60 and 91 val-
Men's silk hosiery, usually sells at BOo,
Ken's extra heavy fleeced Uned undershirts
and drawers; silver gray and JaeKer; nn.
60c values, at, garment OilC
Ken's and boya wool and worsted sweater
ooats; navy, Oxford and maroon, val- en,
ues to II 26, at. . . . . U9U
1,500 PAIRS OF MEW'S SFOES AT ? 81 A PAIR
Dull and tan calfskin In hlucher and button styles, single and half double winter woifht
soles, Goodyear welt sewed all up-to-date styles, broad high toes; some English lasts
with Goodyear welt sewed soles all sizes and widths, at . .. -82.85
This Store Specializes in
Better Clothes for Boys
We offer the Famous $7.B0 "Wooley"
Suits for Hoys nt $5.23. They are made
of extra heavy, strictly all wool fabrics, In
all the new weavos; gray, brown and tan
.mixtures; tailored to stand hard wear;
cut full and roomy; pants all $r Q!?
linen lined, evory seam rein- 2iJJ j
forced; Saturday at vwsasiw
School Overcoats for Boys
Ages 9 to 17 years, values 16.00 to $6.30,
routs, half r,it with converto collars;
browns, plains or mixtures, spec
dally good value at
Mackinaw Coats for Boys
Good, Warm. (Serviceable Coats, the kind that
toys want, arfen T to 17 years, QC
IK 00 valuH elUiOO
Boys' 91.00 l'lannel
Blouses, BKes 6 IC.
to 16 yr. at. ' u
Boys' 91.00 Corduroy
rants, 3 shod os, e I
eUea C to 16 years
For boys in agos 2 to 8 years;
chinchillas In gray and blue; new
models, with half or full belt, In
gray, brown or blue mixtures; reg
ular 5 values,
The new drab and
golden brown shades In
yoke Norfolk styles,
ages 6 to 17 years
would sell anywhra
else at 15. J P
special hero. O
Brandeis Special Hats men $2
Known wherever mon recognize style and merit as the best
medium price hat that money will buy. The derbies aro
in tho very newest blocks for fall and winter. The feits
are me latest expression or early winter style, in gray,
green, Drown, tan, blue aud tho dressy black.
They prove their quality in long service.
All the style of a $5 hat; ull the quality of a
$3 hat; Hrandels special at
Imported Velotir Hats For Men $2, $3.50, $5
Men's Genuine Austrian Velour Hats, In blue, grejB,
tan, green, olive and black.
The rimoai John B. Stetson lien's 83 Soft and Stiff Sample Ken 91
Wlne.ei rm.m ... t . k. M.
tyles. 93.60 ?nE,"", felt tt,,d cltn I Inside bands values' up to M
Natural Knskrat Caps, at 99
nais, an new mi nii-i", ou hats, at
Men's Black Coney rnr Caps, extra wide pull
down bands, 81.50 and.
. . 93.60
Pennine Sealskin Caps at 96, 9S.60, 97.60, 910
Oenulne rersiaa Ltmb Caps at
Boys' and Children's Winter Caps, for Inside
bands, 360, 60o and. fx
Boys and Children's 91 Ohlnohllla Caps at..S6o
Men's Suits at $11.75 i
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