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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATntDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1914.
WILSON TALKS TO
Cabinet Member Makes Address to
American Federation of Labor
WORK OF HIS DEPARTMENT
Par it llti Handled rorr. of Trade
ni.patrs aad Settled All nat
Three Two Qaeatloaa (
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. M. "There can
b no permanent lndustrrat peac that ti
not based on Industrial Justice." declared
William B. Wilson, secretary of the Fed
eral Pepartment of Labor, today to the
delegates of the American Federation of
Introduced to the convention by Presi
dent Gompers as "our Bill" and address
ing the delegates as "fellow trade union
ists," Secretary v ilson said that he had
been criticised for certain statements he
had made at the federation's convention
at Seattle last year, and declared that he
reaffirmed what he aald there.
The secretary said he also had ' been
accused of partisanship In conducting his
department. "If securing Justice to those
who earn their living by the sweat. of
their face Is partisanship," he exclaimed,
"then count me a partlsnn on the side
of the man that la.iors."
Mr. Wilson In telling of tho work of
lils department said that tho last yar
and a half It had handled scores of trade
disputes, and that they have been set
tled with the exception of a Pere Mar
quette strike and the strikes at Calumet
and In Colorado. The department, he
added, takes the stand that the employer
and the employe have mutual Interest In
creating a greater amount of production
with a given amount of labor. They dif
fer only as to the share that should go
to each and under the method It should
be produced. When the employer and
the employe reach this stage, he said,
then It Is the proper thing to sit dowm
and solve the problem I
qaeatloa of JarUdletloa.
Jurisdictional disputes again held the
attention of the delegated today. The ,
controversy between the blacksmiths'
union and the tunnel and subway con-1
tractora' organisation over the question
hether tool di essers should come under ;
the Jurisdiction of the blacksmiths or
the subway contractors was decided In
favcr of the blacksmiths.
The lurlsdlctlonal fight between the
electrical workers and the theatrical '
stage employes' union over the control of
moving plcturt s operators, was won by
the stage employes.
Schmitz Will Run
for Mayor Again
SAN FRANCISCO, Nor. 30-Former
Mayor FAigene E. Pchmlts, central figure
with Abraham Ruef In a series of graft
prosecutions following the earthquake
and fire of 190t, is homeward bound from
New York with the definite intention of
entering upon an active campaign , for
election as mayor next year. This an
nouncement was made today by a brother
of Schmitz, who sal. I the former mayor
would "seek vindication" at the polls.
"My brother Is an Innocent man suf
fering under a great burden," said
Herbert Sohmllx. adding that the former
mayor, had been victimised by Ruef, who
conducted grading operations without his
Twenty-seven indlctmenta found against
Schmlts after he was thrown out of of
fice havo since boon dismissed.
Hack! ! t Hack!
With raw tickllnr throat, tight chest,
sore lungs, you need Foley's lteney and
Tar Compound, and quickly. The first
dose helps. It leaves a soothing, healing
coating as It glides down Tour throat,
you feel better at once. S. Martin, Bns
sett. Neb., writes: "I had a severe cough
and cold and was almost past going. I
got a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar
and am glad to say It cured my cough
entirely . and my cold soon disappeared.
Every user . a friend. For sale by ' all
dealers everywhere. Advertisement. ;
From Our Near Neighbors j
Nrhinki. stay at the farm home of her parents,
J. M. Stone left this week for South Mr. and Mrs. J. oaennaer.
Dakota to look after his farming Interests.
Ralph Opp came home for a few days'
rest from his railroad work, at Lenven
Mrs. Huntington of University Place is
making her daughter, Mrs. F. L. Rose,
an extended visit.
Philip De Friexe has moved onto th6
llrnry Bay presented a fine new piano
to his family this week.
Mrs. Goorge Rlghy and son Robert of
Omaha visited the former's mother, Mrs.
Mrs. John areggerson entertained for
her birthday Wednesday.
Rev. Mr. Rotman of near Bennington
Otto Schaoht farm, where he will farm preached hero last Sunday
the coming year. " r p. Baldwin Is visiting at Punning
A gang of men are setting new tele-1 Wth his son Robert and family this week.
phone poles and putting the lines in Mrg Qeorge urlch entertained tho la
shape for the winter. " dies' kenslngton Thursday. The usual
a a rt..HAa niinnltirhant'
von xouns aim vimn ...... .
have Just returned from a ten days hunt
ing trip In the sand hills.
Ernest, Frank and Mary Pollard enter
tained at their home the third and fourth
grades of achool children.
Mrs. J. M. Palmer and children are In
Avoca this week visiting with Mrs. Mai
mer's mother, Mrs. Quinton.
Revival meeting have mlnP,n.cei
the United Brethren church, with Kev.
Mr. Harlow as evangelist
After a week's visit with Mrs. Cunning
ham. Miss May Valberg departed Monday
for her home In Eight-Mile grove.
Harry Hall of Beaver City left for home
Wednesday after a few days' vis t with
his uncle, Editor Long, and family.
Raich Sturm and three State university
frEnds left Wednesday by the auto route
foV Iowa City to root for the university
foot ball team.
Seth Schacht has shipped hi. stoek and
iTrti ' with 'hulamft In "a few
cTays to'make that their future home
Miss Irma Stoll came down hl ee
from Lincoln 'iJn tor o of
rahefum-am" iTl&t Springs.
Mrs. O. O. Harmon wont to Omaha last
SaMlssaaiva Meyer, was visiting Lincoln
tTwt! ::.k,over'from Patttsmouthj
the first of the week.
Miss Emma Marquardt was down from
Louisville Tuesday evening.
H C. Young and family are at Platte
Center. Neb., visiting relatives.
Asa J. Johnson wa. attending to busi
ness matters at Union Monday.
August Thlele left this week for Platts
ville. Wis., for a few days' visit
nMr r iTaaeman was attending to
business matters at Omaha Tuesday.
I M. Ward left this week for Kansas
City, where he spent a few days visiting.
Mrs. P. Nutxman and daughter, Eda,
are spending the week with Blair re
latives. Mrs. J. M. Palmer and children of
Nehawka are visiting at the J. M. Dun
The Woman's club was entertained at
the home of Mrs. O. B. Copes Wednesday
John Neumeister and William Peters
are serving on the Jury at Plattsmouth
Mrs. William Maseman returned Wed
nesday from a few weeks' visit at Ard
more, S. D.
Claud Fahnestock was at Lincoln
Saturday attending the Nebraska-Kansas
foot bull game.
The ladies of the Congrepatlonal church
w ill hold their annual bazaar on December
6 at the oppra house.
Miss Mamie Muldoou of Omaha. Was
here over Sunday visiting the Misses
Jud'th and Donna Straub.
Miss Eda Marquardt, superlntendAnt
elect. mas one of the speakers at the
dedication of the high school building at
Murray last week.
Miss Irene Majors of Omaha was the
guest of the J. H. Wilson family Wednes
day and Thursday.
Arthur Johns attended the state Chris
tian Endeavor convention at Lincoln last
Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Ruby Snide, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Snide, and Sidney Crawford,
towerman at Portal, were married re
cently. They left the first of the week
on a trip to Wyoming.
Mrs. E. S. Nlckerson entertained the
pr.fhyterlan Ladies' Aid society Tuesday
Miss Nell Nolan and M. IT. Brown have
Ji-n announced their marriage, which took
place at KU josepn, mo., ibsi juiy.
Mrs. E. S. Nlckerson expects to leave
Sunday for St. Cloud, Fla., whre she
has been railed by her mother s Illness.
Mrs. C. D. Brown entertained the Wo
man's club at her home east of town
u rinainv afternoon. Mrs. '. B. Tower
ted the lesson on "The Nether
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thornton re
turned Sunday from a three weeks' visit
at Northvllle and other Wisconsin points.
Mr. Thorton attended the dairy meeting
The women of the Catholic church met
last week at the home of Mrs. John
lh and organized St. Columbia's Sew-
' ing circle. Miss Lottie Welsh was elected
lr.Hent. Mrs. Ixjuls Lrf-sleUr enter
tained the circle Thursday afternoon.
good lunch was served.
Mra Amv Calvert is at Hooper this
week visiting her daughter, Mrs. Clar
ence Bendle, and ramuy,
' Miss Phllpott visited In Omaha Saturday.
i Mrs. Motile Qulnn visited several days
In Omaha last weeK. ,
Mr. and Mrs. cluus Ilolllng entertained
friends Tuesday evening.
. Mrs. J. W. tlousley returned home en
'Thursday afternoon after several-weeks
Mr. w. L. Campbell will move soon to
The farmers' institute will bo held here
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Muntx returned from
Atchison last Tuesday.
Rev. and Mrs. Fagan are visiting
relatives in Ragan, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Adslt returned from
Pierce county last Friday.
Ed Cockerlll of Saskatchewan, Canada,
Ib visiting his parents here.
James Cockerlll of Santa Rosa, Fla.,
la hore visiting his parents.
Miss Minnie Mark of Erie, Kan., Is
visiting her father, W. H. Mark.
Mrs. E. 8. Wykoff of Manila, la.. Is
visiting at her parents, Mr., and Mrs. J.
Mrs. Mary Keefe of Paterson, N- J
Is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Comte were called
to Falls City Saturday by the serious Ill
ness of Mrs. Comte's mother.
Frederick Marsh, an old fVsldent of
Springfield, died at his home In Elston,
la., and will be brought hore 'or burial.
An aluminum shower was given Miss
Ruth Elwell by Miss Mabel Brisley Tues
day evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Bates.
W. C. Bates, Glen Begley. Earl Haney,
E N. Chrlstlanson, Ben Schobert, Eula
Bate, and Alois Elwell attended thn Ne-brasKa-Kansas
foot ball game at Lincoln
Mrs. Asa Ball and Mrs. J. L. Hinkle
were called to Elston. la., last Tuesday
by the serious Illness of their father, Mr.
Fred Marsh, who suffered a paralytic
stroke last Sunday.
rnm Vinsklnar In this vicinity Is nearly
finished and the yield was very good.
Mr. O H. Lowe and Miss Ellen Jen
sen spent Tuesday shopping In Omaha.
Lawrence Peterson came Saturday rrom
Lincoln to visit home folks over Sunday.
Mra. Button and daughter. Miss Vir
ginia, were Omaha shoppers Friday morn
Miss Dorothv Robert, returned to Peru
Monday after spending Sunday with home
R. M. Blackbury and family of Chicago
visited J. C. Blackbury and family last
Mrs. Cordula Rink of Scrlbner was the
guest Friday of her sister, Mrs. Fred
Mrs. Nellie Barker of Tabor, la., was
The guest of her sister, .Mrs. Ella Wilson,
Miss Belle Glover of Aurora, Neb.,
visited the lost of the week with re
J. M. Marshall and K. Tall man each
shipped a carload of sheep to South
umatia Wednesday night.
Mrs. D. K. Schrlever and Mrs. A. J
Jeffries of Omaha visited Mrs. William
Hail tne last or the week.
The Tekamah High school basket hull
team played the local team here Satur-
lay and met defeat, IS to 33.
Mra. Irwin Lewis departed Saturday
for Ulysses after an extended vls.t ltli
ner motner. airs. m. a ualnes.
James Chrtalenseni living southeast of
nre near Washington, was a business
visitor here Saturday morning. ,
W. M. Pemberton departed Thursday
afternoon for Toneyville. Mo., where he
will spend the winter with relatives.
Mrs. Goorge Button and daughter,
Oeneva, wnre the guests of Mrs. Ixitt'e
I'feiffer In Omaha the last of the wek.
Chris Schmidt of Blair motored over
Sunday ami was a viultor at the Rey
nolds' home east of town in the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rohren and son came
from Omaha Saturday morning to visit
Mrs. Bohen'a mother, Mrs. F. Oeterman.
C. 6. Kelley, chief clerk of the railway
nail service came from Omaha Wednes
day on an official visit to Frank 8. Rey
lolds east of town.
WERG SUITS MEZ
A pncinHnnal offer ot '"Sh grade hand tail
A OeilbdUOnai ored Suits and "overcoats at a
saving no man should overlook if he thinks of buy
ing this season. Money saved is money earned, and
Saturday is your chance to save several dollars.
' mm s
J 1 1
Selertetl from our superb linos of
Men's and Young1 Men's new
styles Jiml fabrics. English an I
.American models and values that
sold from $18.00 to
$25.00, go on sale
A Ktylo and size to fit any man, in
checks, plaids, pencil stripes, tartms,
greys, oxfords and bnrd finished
I il l Ut'S t HUk
From our Immense storks of men's and
young; men's models at an extra reduc
tion to forco selling Saturday. lieautKul
fabrics, patters and colors, In all the new
est correct styles arc In this great offer.
I'lHters, I'lsterettes, Chesterfields, Military
and Motor Coats. Kerseys, cheviots,
chinchillas, greys, oxfords and fancy mix
tures. Shawl, convertible, self and velvet
collars- PrcHent values that sold tin to 20.
For Sat- $fl
100 pair a
serge . ' '
upreme Values in Boys' Suits and Overcoats
A Magnificent Thanksgiving Opportunity.
Your unrestricted choice of auy of our Hoys' and Children's
""V 1 t 1 1 11 m J. - -v L.-b-A.
taints anu uvcrcoais mat sold ironi !f'J.;)U to ifiJ.OO Katunlnv
Our prices are always about 20 lower than others on this
character of clothing. All hand tailored and specially selected
hard wear materials of the most pleasing and up-to-date pat
terns and styles Saturday is your great chance to buy a
mighty fine suit and overcoat for the boy at a great saving.
$9.50 to $12.50 C35f
Splendid selections for school and dress wear. Shirts, underwear, blouses
and nightgowns up from 15
Sweater. In all j QQ Wlrtbl,. warm, shawl
Olovea and mittens, up Hats and caps. The Just-right kind. Up
"om 25 from so
Heavy rope stitched Sweaters with big warm
shawl collars, $7.50 value, all CC ftft
colors, Saturday p3.UU
t.reattst xhowln of fine overcoats in the west. Trerlei" styles that will
J'npuss nil expectations, (US, $30, $35, $40, $48, $90
Melton, Kersey, Vicunas and Montenanca; all luxuriously lined with silks
and aatlna; self and velvet collars,, velvet piped.
$1.00 warm, Brown Mocha fleeced lined Over
coat Gloves, special
I I til mm
I II I
I IP I Men's Far and
" 'iWp ieal Skin Caps
flf We know how
B JWjre t i irood they are and
' ry,'jfij hw low we have
IS 1 f,yii?lf marked them for I
li i itSiYi- quick selling, but
I I 'RrjVJi In order that you
g I u'h' may know we want
1 I to show and ex-
& iTtTkri ltt,n th"lr virtues
cJ'lLI come and auk us.
f Ci-Vw,a W-OO to $16.00 1
! I J?''"' W-00' W.OO, $3.80
if Ssfhs '
Men's $1 cotton, medium weight, ribbed Un
t . ' C7 f
ion &uits, lull size, pertect fitting. 7H
Oriental and sober denigns, military collars,
satin trimmed, big pearl buttons, warm and
clever for lounging and bath
S2.50. S3.50 and $5.00
$1.50 Blue Flannel Shirts, good
weight, standard collars ,
Mrs. James McNamee. Thev have been
living' In Minnesota, but are now removing
Milton Sfwr, who has a railroad posi
tion at MeCook, In visiting nt the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ktoner.
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Qlrardet will leave
soon for Florida.' where they will spend
the remainder of the winter. Among
others who will go from here are Mr. and
Mrs. S. W. Orton.
Mrs. William Dunn entertained about
forty friends Friday night In honor of
her brother, Arthur Ppees, and wife of
Pula, Cal., who are here on their wedding
e Sure You GET
Many epidemics of disease in cities are daily
being traced to the milk supply. Germs thrive in
milk. They thrive in milk that has been pasteur
ized as well as in unpasteurized milk.
Chicago Health Bulletin No. 8 says that ten cases
of typhoid fever were traced to one milk-wagon driver
who stayed at work after he felt sick. This driver
wiped the top of each milk bottle with a piece of
cheesecloth and so spread the disease.
: It's not enough to have milk start pure for your kitchen.
For you to be protected it must be pure when it reaches you.
j Pasteurization of milk on the dairy farm is good so far
as it goes, but all dangers in milk are not overcome by
that process. There are still the exposures to contamina
tion in bottling, handling and delivering the milk.
Your surest protection from the dangers of impure
milk lies in
ML"- T Capper) wa. i Omaha this
week visiting her father. Will Oilbert
aTiH H?'y thl week from
Savannah, Mo., where he wa. In a hos
pital having a cancer removlj.. . "7
Mrs. Charles Jenkins of Vnlver.lty
Place wa. a-visitor Sunday at the home
of her enter, Mrs. Charle. Cole.
The Misses Florence and Bertha Olen
non of Havelock were vUltora this week'
i:u Mrs. Franl- Maxwell.
Mrs. Z. F. Bwalm and daughter, llasel,
of Ilavenna are visiting at the home of
rs K. C. Ulnerson.
Walter Muts and wife of Maysvllle. Mo ,
were here a short time the first of the
ek vi.ltlng friend, and continued on
their way to Kim wood to vielt relatives.
Mr. and Mr. I.e. Hlo.n vi.iini' l
the home of Mrs. Uloan . parents, Mr. and
EVAPOB AT ED
Cottage Milk is perfectly sterilized, and delivered to
you in germ-proof packages. It isn't exposed from the time
it is pacxea unaer me most sanitary conaiuons unui you
open it in your own kitchen.
And it is as good in. every way and for every purpose
as bottle milk. It has more than twice the food value of
bottle milk. Cottage Milk is the richest milk from the
best dairying regions of the country, with nothing added
. . and with nothing taken out except water.
It is more economical, more convenient and more uni-
iorm than raw milk, as well as more sanitary.
" Cottage Milk aolvea every problem connected with
, milk supply. Get some today and see bow superior it is.
Th Milk Without thm Cooked Tatt
In Two Sizes 5 and 10 Cents
At All Good Dealer
' American milk company. Chicago
aitSv- Cuflen BrrAertie Co. ,,,w0
isn't easy in winter weather. Help your motor
out with a high-grade gasoline.
is all heat and power, and atomizes easily. It
does away with starting troublo and gives full
power at any temperature.
Quicker starting more miles per gallon at
the cost of ordinary gasoline.
Ask for Red Crown by name, at any garage
or supply store.
Ask for POLARINE, the winter-proof oil flows freely
at zero temperature.
Standard Oil Company
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