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THE BKF.: OMAHA, SATUK1WY. XOVKMttKTl 21. 1014.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
steam struck. Walsh e'Hint the limbs
:! he was sleeping.
Clara llound Over William
Jtlrhtlnr ristures. Burgesa-Orandon Co, , ark. sharped with forging a
wax nouna over 10 uio uiiim v .w . ....... .
rUsUty Storage ft Tarn Co, Dong. as,
aye Boot Print It Now Beacon Press
Beautiful All Moasra Iodh for Hals
n tha easy payment plan. Bankers
Realty Investmvnt Co. Thone Doug. t28.
Hamiltoa Cafs, 24th ft Farnam, serves
nn excellent table d'hote dinner. Even
ing and Sundays. Alfred Jones, Mgr.
"Today's Complete Mono Program
classified section today, and appears In
The Bee EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what
the various moving plctur theaters offer.
Better Business is the feeling of the
lcpt judges r ght now. You better your
business by locating In The Bee building
(the building that Is alway new). Office,
Hurnrd by Steam Following a
fiKlit with his cellmate at the city jail.
J. Walsh of St Louis was severely
burned by steam when the latter turned
on the steamcock In the cell so that the
bonds placed at IsflO.
To Jail for Stealing Sweater
Charlea Smith was sentenced to thirty
days In Jail for the theft of a sweater
which he took from the Thompson-Belden
Maee la Bound Over Mesytem
V. Mace, cletk, charged with embeisllng
$lii! from his employers, Rothenberg
Kchloss. wns bound over to the district
court with bonds placed at 1750.
Trying Out Oasollae Iawn Mower
Park Commissioner J. B. Hummel Is ex
perimenting with a gasoline Inwn mower,
which. If satisfactory, may be used by
the park department next year.
Steals Fur Hat J. J. Alberts, re
siding at a Douglas street lodging house,
was sentenced to twenty-five days In the
county Jail fo: the theft of a fur hat from
Brandels' Stores. Alberts was arrested
by Special Officer Finn.
AFFAIRS Al SOUTH OMAHA
Prohibition Hill Stirred Up Over Al
leged Ghost and His Wanderings.
SHADE OF TONY HYDOCK
"tranae Pranks Are ;ettlnsi an
Serves of el abhors Countable
Kane la lavestlaatlna
give thnm a chance to contribute to a
South Omaha Institution, and as South
Omaha, ant especially the stock yards.
have always responded to the Omaha In-
smut Ions so liberally. It Is felt that all ,
umana business men should be very gen
erous In their gifts to the South Omaha
hospital building fund. More detailed
plans will be announced later.
John Flynn A c. aa t Yna.
You'll find elegant suits on our odd
and end rack at a saving of El per cent
to 60 per cent.
Big line sample gloves Just In.
New line American Boy Knlcker rants.
Prohibition hill and the vicinity of w lalr. Including brown corduroys, great
Thirty-third and L streets Is wrought up, stuff for the money.
over the alleged nightly appearance of Youths' overcoats at March prices. let
the ghost of the late Tony Hydock, for " show you.
many years a well known resident of Nice warm gloves, samples, at whole
that section, who before his death as-j'lo prices. Great line of caps, men's
sured h s friends and neighbors that he ani boys'. 2Tc to II..T0. Furs. J2.00 tip.
would "come back." fi 00 covert winter coats, kersey lined.
According to Justice of the Trace P. ftt 'i75- 'r little money we can fit you
C. Caldwell, complaints have come to his "P you can go out In the roughest
office anent the doings of Hydock's ghost, i wlntrV weather and feel comfortable.
Cnldwell says that a man who lives In I "e no a splendid showing In Hart
Beaton ? Laier Offer
OVER 700 NEW CUSTOMERS
SINCE THE FIRST OF THE MONTH
More coming every day tbere is a reason for this
phenomenal gain hundreds of Omaha people know
Beaton & Laier 's as the best home furnishing store in
the city Try trading here yourself.
Heaters and Ranges
at Prices That Save
Before you finally decide on
a heater visit this store. We
can save some money for you.
We can give you a fully guar
anteed heater or range at a
price that few other dealma
These heaters and ranges
are made for long, hard serv
ice. The best of material
heavy castings, steel ovens, etc
You won't find enameled sheet
iron: liltle, light, breakable
castings or cheap construction
in any of our ranges or
Heaters $7.50, $9.00.
$11.25, $15.75, $18.00,
$22.50, $25.50, $35.00,
up to $62.50.
Ranges $22.50, $27.50,
of Dining Room
Buffets, Tables, China Closets, Din
ing Chairs at special prices for
Thanksgiving. Dining Tables as low
as $9.75, $11.00, $13.50, etc. Buf
fets at $29.00, $30.00, $31.50,
THE BIG SALE OF RUGS STARTS
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23D
Watch our ads. Rugs bought at the great auction sale of Alex.
Smith & Co. will be on sale Monday at prices simply unapproachable.
BEATON ? LAIER CO.
415-417 South 16th St.
the Prohibition hill section complains
that the neighborhood ft very much
frightened over the nightly visits of the
Bhost, which Is alleged to have -lone
things that require more than the ordi
nary muscle vouchsafed a spirit
For Instance. It Is asserted that the
"ghost" visited a house some nights ago
and after splitting the window open with
77 (gjl '
nn ax took three left shoes from three 'fox
Srhaffner A Marx suits and overcoats.
and other lines down to suit the most
ladles' stilts and coats priced below
JOHN KLYNN & CO.
oath Omaha Haulers.
pairs that were In the house.
Another story la that while a number
of his old cronies were discussing "Tony"
In one of the plaeea known on the hilt
.a 4 1. n Tl.lll lM PlSnl'. "cr 1 1t ' ' ...
terect tno place and upset a pencn upon
which thirteen men were seated. Others
say that Tony has been seen seated on
2.1. 3d. Tot.
Ms U2 t.M
1 175 4T4
170 1S2 4:1
ir kji 4tv.
liil Kll 5.6
We can't think of any name but BABY for the doll we are go
ing to give away this week.
If you girls want to 'see the prettiest, sweetest baby doll in all
the world, Just come down to The Bee office this week and see
"BABY" you'll be glad you came, just to look at her.
Everything about her looks '"BABY;" her dresses, shoes, hair,
cheeks, mouth, everything is Just dear, innocent, pink BABY.
Wouldn't you like to hold her In your arms Just a wee moment?
And think of it she is going home with one of you next week, to
be ALL VOUR OWN. How happy that Uttle girl will be.
Maybe, that little girl
"Baby" will be given
Free to the little girl,
under 10, jrsare of are,
that brings or mails aa
the largest number of
doll's pictures eat out of
the Daily and Sunday
Bee before 4 p. m. Satur
day, Hot. 81st.
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Her picture will bo in
The Bee every clay this
week. Cut them all out
and ask your friends to
save the pictures in
their paper for you, too.
See how many pictures
of "Baby "you ean get,
and be sure to turn
them in to The Bee of
fice before 4 p. m., Sat
urday, Nov. 21st.
If you don't win this Dollle.
perhaps you can get one next
week. Only one doll will h
ven to any one person.
ran "BABY" at
The llarvartl Drug Store. 21th and Farnam,
Monday and Tuesday.
Sherman .Mi-CoiuieU'a, 10th and iKnle.
Veinrailuy and Thursday.
The Owl liruu Store, Willi and Harney
Friday and Katurtlay
. . . , - , , , ... i . . . . , r. u.T
vno porcn 01 a saioon on riDinu'.iion nui. Jtraw
Mine days ago a man called at caul
well's court, so the jtidpe says, and asked
to have Constable William Kane detailed
to protect his place of business against
the vislta of the "ghost."
The weird thing about the alleged
ghostly vislta Is that Hydock, who was a
man of positive opinions during life. Is
said to have openly declared that he
would "sure come back and sen the
"Mnm" Shot Opens.
The Chrysanthemum show will open In
South Omaha tonight at the United Pres
byterian church. It will continue for two
nights. A splendid literary and musical
program has been prepared for the oo
caalon. The Chrysanthemum show has
come to be a social function In South
Under the auspices of the women of
the Centurion club a musical will be
given tonight at the Centurion club for the
benefit of the Sisters of St. Bridget's
school. A program of exceptional worth
has been prepared, according to mualc
lovers who are at work on the entertain
ment. Mower et. Court House Job.
Fred Mower, well known republican
j worker of South Omaha, will become a
I member of the office force of Register of
Deeds-elect Harry Pearce when he as
sumes office January 1, according to In-
j formation from reliable sources. Charles
j Alutndt. also of South Omaha, may also
, become a member of the same office
J Among the democrats the choice of two
j men for the sheriff's office has nar
: rowed, down to Frank Leplnskl and P. J.
; McMahon. Lepinskl, It is said, will get
i one place and McMahon the other. There
! are a number of other candidates for
French Army Bora Horses.
Representatives of the French army
and contractors from the commissary of
the French government will arrive In
I South Omaha today to buy horses for
j the army. Captain Count do Lafayette
j will be In charge of the Inspection work.
T i Upwards of 8,000 horses will be bought
I hub irip, a pri 01 wnicn numoer will
I be obtained at South Omaha. The regu
i latlons in the choice of the animals la
very strict according to local stockmen.
The opening salo day Is scheduled for
Form Federation of Clnba.
Taking the final stride in their growth,
the Improvement clubs of the city cora-
blned last night In one confederated or-
ganizatlon known as the "Federation of
i Improvement Clubs." tThe seven Improve-
ment clubs of the city, the Southeast, the
.Northeast, the prlnglnke, the Northwest,
tho West Side, the Lincoln club and the
Bohemian-American clubs all met in a
; representative meeting, and not only
organized a federation but elected offioers
to the new organisation.
J. K. Heath was elected president, F.
V. Black, vice president; J. B. Jensen,
secretary, and William Schneider, treas
urer. In continuation of. the movements of
the different clubs during the last year,
the new organization will take an active
Interest In local civic affairs, having for
its aim the pleasure of the people of
the different dlstucts the clubs repre
sent. A special committee was nemed to
investigate the proposed electric light
H lie nil Charity Fnnd at Home.
George Depray, president of the South
Omaha Belgian Relief society, will keep
the money raised by the society and ad
mlnlHter It here In the Interests of Bel-1
glan war orphans Instead of sending the
money to Belgium as was at first In
tended. The society has 1275 In the treas
ury and more coming In. On tomorrow
night the society will give a ball to raise
sufficient money to bring over a number
of orphans to this country.
The orphans will be placed In the St.
Jamns' Oiphan asylum and the Omaha
Child Saving institute when they arrive
and will be looked after in those Institu
tions until homes can be found for them
among the Belgian people of Omaha and
South Omaha. Kev. Father Roche oi St.
Jamea' orplmnuge and Mrs. A. A. Mc
Graw of the Child Saving Institute have
assured the local Belgians that they will
find room for the orphans when they i
Farlr Morning Fire.
Fire, caused by defective wiring, nearly
destroyed the home of Mrs. Edna Rainer,
1305 North Twenty-fourth street, at 6:27
this morning. The blase had gotten a
big start before It was noticed by a pas
serby. It had worked from the kitchen
to the garret before the firemen were
called. In consequence little could be
done to check the flames. The loss
amounted to ll.WO. of which amount $1,000
was on the building and $500 on the
I'iana for Taar Pay.
Plans are being rapidly completed for
the tag day and the benefit ball to be
given at the exchange on Saturday, De
cember 12, for the benefit of the South
Omaha hospital building fund.
Chairman Waters has secured the
tickets and has started different committed-
out selling tl.em. Ticket No. 1 was
taken by Hon. Charles 11. Tully, a promi
nent stockman of western Nebraska, who
h.;IJ hi wa.4 ah d to help out such a
woril.y Inn it ;it ion.
A rpt-cial committee will be appointed
(I i't the: icrser Interest In Omaha mij
Totals 71,3 7ji;
LrOVAL OHUKIl OF MOOBK.
.yme. lst T t
u,"n 122 'A 1M S1
;',!V",e W2 5in 1.W 63S
US 102 St;7
li" lHi l.V, 4to
Handicap 45 tt 4li ,i!5
Totals (7io 813 v5 SJo
Name. iNt. 2d. 3d. Tot.
ha"? 2l 175 Hfi r:2
f)n(l 104 Ms r.i
,,,yl a pis it r-"9
if"'""y ; 17S m 19 ,-i29
McDonald l.s m 17 4ti2
Totals 07 823 7!9 2T29
WELSH'S OROCKItY COMPANY.
Welsh s Grocery conipnuy forfeit three
games to Farmers' Exchange.
Made City Gossip.
-,iCkeS coal unscreened. R2:; screen
ed, t4. 5; South 7. Howland l,um. A Coal.
lt Nov. 11, a liirito cameo breast
pin. Return to Bee office, South Omaha,
Office space for rent in Bee office. 2.11S
N street. Terms reaaonnble. Well known
location. Tel. South 27.
The Eagles will give a dance tomorrow
evening at the Eagle home t t,
third and N streets. The local Or.ier of!
win Five a nance me us rue even
ing at the Moose home at Twenty-fifth
and M streets.
uM,r.!!: Henr1 Jacohs Is Improving ln
hea'th following an operation at St" Jo
seph 8 hospital litnt week.
The Ladles' Aid society of the High
land Interdenominational mission will
hold a hard times social at Twenty-sixth
and Monroe streets tomorrow evening.
Oak council No. 1.3.12, knights and
Ladies of Security, will give an oyster
supper and dance lii evening m
minis imii ai 1 wetity-fourth and
SECOND WEEK OF OUR GREAT
This Is Your Chance to Savo on Winter Garments
$1 A WEEK BUYS YOU WARM CLOTHES
Ladies' Suits V$ Off
Ladies' Dresses Off
Off on Ladies' Hats
Reduced Prices on All Men's and Boys' Clothing
SUITS m W. $18?.?
Men's Overcoats at $8.50, $11.50, $15.50
$2. S3, 4
Broken Linos worth to $3.50
OFEIM SATURDAY EVENING
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ET THE .
af i Ail aA t
The Woman's Home Missionary society
will be entertained this afternoon at the
uiins mri, a. u. iiunier, iran North
Twenty-seventh street, Mrs. Hunter and
Mrs. Frank Lee acting aa hostesses.
There will be a meeting of the Phil
Kearney post tomorrow evening at the
home of Charles Cummins, Forty-fourth
and Q streets.
Phil Kearney Woman's Relief corns
will meet at the home of Mrs. J. O. East
man, 1432 North Twenty-third street, to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The Want Ad Columns of The Bee Are
Read Daily by People in Search of Ad
GET A SWEETHEART
On November 22 d The Bee will contain a FREE Sweetheart
Toilet Soap Coupon, which if cut out and presented to your Grocer
or Dealer, will entitle you to a full size cake of this world famous
Toilet Soap. IT IS FREE FOR THE COUPON. Absolutely pure,
exquisitely perfumed. -MANHATTAN SOAP CO., New York.
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FOR YOUR THANKSGIVING DIMMER
With Hverv wit
That fell from $10.00 up and the ftalewman will prevent you with a
fine Hlg Turkey for your TliankagivinK dinner. There are no airings
tied to IhU gift C'ome in and aee for yourself.
OUR WAY OF SHOi'iltla OUR APPRECIATION
This Im simply our way of showing appreciation to our customers for their
patronage, many of tshoni have been on our books ever since the opening
day of our popular Men's Clothing More.
Road Those STRIKINGLY AT
TRACTIVE BARGAINS WE OFFER
. for gaTU
MEN'S FINE UNDERWEAR
$1.50 All-Wool Nhlrts
aud Drawers . .
L'MON 81'ITH, 1.M)
Heavy Fleece Lined f
I'nderwear, 50c value. . w C
All Wool Worsted Wen's Union
Suits, $2.50 values,
118 and $30 Overcoats, shawl collars In
clitnrlilllu, srey, brown, blues;
chilly days, on sale
Just the tiling for these
16 and $18 Overeoats, shawl collars, In
etiini iiina. fc'ieys, browns,
I Ice . 'ilia Kii.ii you would 4 4 Hj
be iroiind to wear, on
$12X0 and $18 Overeoats. Made of fine
cnim num. in Drowns, greys,
blues, therie are real
$10 Overcoats. These were bought at a
ui-mit-e anu some ure worm up
to t'iD, hut for quick clearance
ko an sule huturMuy
l at a
$18 and $20 Suits, made in latest fash
ion, Tartan Plaids, nine 4 1, 75
Serges, Cheviots, all latest It
$15 and $18 Kuita, cut by very best
tailors, made in the latest patterns
in Serges, Cheviots, Wors- f f 45
ieus. iuu 11 uuy wuea you
bee them Saturday
$12.So aud $15 Hulls For the business
and college man, finest of
woolen fabrics and cut lu the
latest designs, Saturday only,
$10.00 Knits These suits can not ba
duplicated anywhtre many
BIUIM DCtl iur fi 10
$15; our price Saturday only. . . .
A Pant Salo You Must Atter d to Appreciate Values
Men s ranis. aii 14 nn Mn'. pnl Wnm.Hi
kin.ls ana eolors. tSat- in irli.- un.i ...im
Saturday. SI AC I and striped Bat- l A P
only urday. only ai93
00 Men's Pants. Worsteds
cheviots seraea. i'laln
and striped Sat
New - F r a h
Stork Just In.
Adier's Cape or
and $2.00 kind,
We carry all the I'nlon-madi.
linea of Hulls. 1'anta, Hliirts,
Hhoes, fiats, Overalls, I'ndsr
wear, etc. That's why so many
Union nn of Omaha and vi
cinity come here to trade They
know they get a ajuure deal
here whether they spend two
rents or ten dollars
II CLOTHING COMPAAJT
7 COR.i4 DOUGLAS
pywf m XV asi; lauiTt-Brnptiw
ir too asa it im tag rALats abivb tauii.
Waltin iti Istetf CciU
Krench Jacket,, guaranteed all
wool serge $1.78
Tuaedo ('oats, aii wool aerge,
shawl collar style ta.0O
French Ja'keta and Tuxedos.
fine quality cheviot. .. .$4.50
Complete lino of Aprons. Cooks
Caps, White Trousers and