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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1914)
Tin: r.KK: om.mfa. hatuhiuy, November i;u4.
THIRTY-SECOND IS GIVEN
Seit to Highest Degree in Masonry
Administered, to Two Hundred.
JIAUT VISITORS SEE THE WORK
brtaera fram Varleae Purl" af ta
Cmmirr "Wale Kieafltflra
tlaa at tlw Braanele
Thou candidate for the highest rltee
In Masonry, here at the reunion this
wk and who have been ereMng the
apex of the order by war of the Shrine
route, got theirs Friday. There were
omethlng like Jno of them and the de
rress was conferred at the Brandols
theater Friday afternoon commencing at 1
The rlas Is the largest that ever en
tered Tangier temple arid Coi sequently
the greatest preimratlona In the history
of the order were made for the event.
The Interior of the theater was decorated ! cigars were lighted.
- lor i he occasion until it nore a cmse
The candidates were Riven the secret
work upon the theater stage, while the
body of the house wu occupied by
Tangier members and visitors from Pes
; Moines, Sioux City and Lincoln shrines.
Bur Da) (or thrlaera.
; The entire dy was a busy one for the
' ' Ehrtnera. .The glad-hand committee was
out early and the memlwr devoted their
time tn nx-etlng the rnn1ldstes and
enroi ting them to the Masonic temple at
Capitol avenue anil Pljiternth street,
where they were prepnred for the last
ordeal, at the same time taking from
them the nec-sary durst to Insure their
safe raBHMga serous the hot sands to the
Merra. This having been done, following
C. C. Howe, the potentate, assisted by
the members of the patrol, all decked out
In their gladdest rags of red and green
'lk, with gold braid without end, the
pilgrims started upon the march to the
torture chamber. There they appeared
before the official divan and what hap
pened afterward will never le known to
any except Shrtners and they are not
going to tell.
Class Rxtra Large One.
' Owing to the class being the largest In
the history of Tangier It tai o'clock be
fore the Initiation was completed. After
that the new and old Winners hurried
way to lunch anJ afti r .that there
waa a theater party, following which they
ENTER KICK ON INSPECTOR
City Dads After Chrisman for Con
tinned Smoke Nuisance.
MAY FIRE AND HIRE ANOTHER
C ommlsaloaers Determined that Or.
laanre Mast Re Observed,
F.rea If Accessary to iet
.A anther to Kaforee It.
"Why lioesn't Prnoke Inspector W. A.
Chrlstman enforce the smoke abatement
This Is a question the city cotnmls.
loners have decided must be answered.
"I'm doing my best," ssys the smoke
"There's the court house, worst of
fender," said City Commissioner Dan B.
Mutter. "What's the trouble? We've
gathered at the Masonic Temple, where I asked the county commissioners to stop
the big banquet was spread. It was
several hours after midnight before the
In Speedy Contest
MEN, VAKE UP. GET
WISE TO SITUATION.
Why Spend Money Foolishly
During This Time of
You're Smart Enough to Make
Money Why Not Wise
To Saving It?
Do you res! lie how much money 'you
.1 spend foolishly on clothing, cigars, drinks,
etc, each month? Are you any better off
i -when you go .to a tailor and pay $2S to
; toO for a suit or overcoat? Do you look
' more dressy or Just Imugln so because
the tailor charged you a fat price?
Btop Think about the suit you bought
from a high-priced ready-to-wear house
selling only high' priced men's suits and
overcoats. What was the opinion of your
friends and relatives? Did they pro-
; claim that It fit like paper on the wall?
If so why? Because you paid a stiff
price not because It fit so good.
Wake up to the eUuallr.n. Tou can buy
the best ready-to-wear suits pants
1 dress or storm overcoats for $10 to $15
that have ever been manufactured. How
la It possible? Because we sell direct from
; factory to you. Our $16.00 garments re
tall elsewhere at 25 to $, and our $10
. garment sell In many- stores in America
at from $1$ to $30.
Now If you th.nk we are kidding you.
; come In Saturday and rive us a chance
;, to display for your vision the classiest
:; line '.of woolens In tartan plaids, greys,
trues, browns, both In checks and stripes,
that we ever placed before your eyes
' and mind to Inspect. We have no fake
sales to attract you, only the best wool
' ens, latest styles, newest weaves and pat
; terns direct from factory to you. Lot
tis save you W tj 100 rer cent on your
- winter clothing bill. . United Clothes
,.' Shop, liia Farnitn ft
'ORIGINAL t -"X
The Food-Drink for all kg
Rich milk. malted grain, ifl powcior foVa
For inisJttStinralids aaa growing children.
Pure, nutrition. Upbuilding tke whole body,
lavigorabM nursing mothers aaa la Sged.
More biaithtut than tea or eoflea.
"ke M eaaetttata. 4Uk far MORUCeV
UNIVERSITY PLACES, Neb., Nov. .
Bperlal Telegram.) Fefore the largest
crowd ever assembled on Johnson field
Morningside college of Sioux City met
defeat at the hands of the Wesleyan Coy
otes this afternoon, 13 to 0. Wesleyan
played in the enemies' territory most
of the time, except during the third quar
ter, when the visitors made a desperate
effort to make a touchdown, only to lose
the ball by good generalship In passing
out of bounds from the three-yard line.
This came after the ball had been
rushed down the field In a series of end
runs and delayed passes, which for a mo
ment bewildered the Coyotes.
Wesleyan did all of Its scoring In the
first eight minutes of play. After re
ceiving the ball on the klckoff, a forward
pass for forty ysrds, Tatrlck to Hussey,
brought the ball to the Morningside
twenty-raid line. In the next four plays
Tatrlck was pushed over for a touch
down, after three minutes of play. Eaton
missed goal. Score, $ to 0.
Morningside choose to receive the ball,
but the line held and they were forced
ot kick. Heavy line plunging and skirt
ing end runs In which Johnson starred,
put Johnson over for the second touch
down after eight minutes of play. Dur
ham kicked goal. Score, IS to 0.
For the remainder of the first half the
ploy was about even, Wesleyan losing
heavily on penalties for holding and off
side. The half ended with Wesleyan pre
paring for a drop kink from the thirty
yard line aa the whistle blew.
After the fierce onslaught of the visitors
during the beginning of the second halt
the home team again took the offensive
and were twice within a few yards of the
goal, once losing on a forward, pass to
their opponents, and once being held for
This closes a very successful season (or
Wesleyan, the only defeat being at the
hands of Crelghton by a score of 1 8to 6,
WE8L.BYAN. I MORNINOBIDK.
Humtey ,...,..RR. rt.K Northruv
McCormack ....K.T.IK.T Archei
l.Bh H.U.. n.. ........... Payne
I'routy UO. L.O Ilerbs.er
Wilder ....... ...lT.l,,T , Clogard:
Drupam . ..... .UK.jUK Vernon '
Kline g.K.iail Mapood
Johnson ...... ..U H. K.H Joh nson
Katoo I-.1L I. II Kiffert'
I'atrlck K.6. F.U... Clark
O. C McKlntiey
Substitutes:. Wesleyan, Illnrnan, Can
ter, Hughes, Williams. Rpfcreei Max
well. Umpire: Ratbbun. Head linesman:
the nulsnnce and they have promised to
try. We believe It Is because, cheap stokers
are In use there.
"No matter what the trouble Is the ordi
nance la going to be enforced."
The smoke Inspector's friends sy Ms
trouble has been largi-ly due to former In
spector R. r. Wolfe's negligence In not
compelling Installation of proper stokers
before winter set In, but It Is pointed out
fiat the present smoke Inspector has se
eired little or no results sines hs was
pit in office.
The council admits that "Omaha is
about the smokleet city this side of
Pittsburgh." Downtown residents say that
their lungs have been blackened beyond
repair and hotel proprietors are kicking
because their patrons complain that heavy
smoke fills their rooms when the win
dows are opened at night.
Supplementary to Oar Other Advertisement
We announce the much waited for event of the year
Grand Opening of China
Thomas Kilpatrick & Co. announce a Thanksgiving sale of China timed for Saturday Morning
Three Special display lot
you can pick them up and
arranged on tables so that
hand them to saleswoman
23 Cents 39 Cents
69 Cents the Prices
Lots contain Hates, Cups ahd Saucers, Vases, Cut
Glass, Egg-holders," Novel and unique pieces, mainly for
eign. All very much below the regular value. Women
who remember former sales cannot afford to miss this.
Nay, they will not miss It for they know. Sale Starts
at 10 A. M.
We will also have our opening of China and Porcela'.n.
Importations at same hour In same room. Our stock Is
different from the ordinary stock. Special selections of
Dresden, Havlland, Sevres and English patterns. An educa
tion to see.- A delight to Inspect. Never importuned to
bny; but always welcome to look. ..
May we count upon your presence?
I na Want X Am tAti. r.,il m f Ji!
I All TMmgs Come To Those Who Wait!
DIRECTORS OF PANAMA
RAILROAD IN SESSION
NEW VOKK, Nov. 20. The question of
extending the mlloega of the Panama
railroad and the building ot new ships to
meet the prospective Increase In South
American trade waa discussed here to-
day at a special meeting of the road's
directors. No conclusions were reached i
on these subjects,' but another meeting j
of the board Is to be held early In De- .
comber when definite action on both j
propositions may be taken. The dlrec-
tors at the meting Included Secretary
of War Gun-Iron, who Is aa er-offlcto
member of the board.
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ALL UNDER ONE ROOP
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Mrs. F.ltssaeta Otorr.
TABLE ROCK. Neb.. Nov. .-(8e-claL)
Mrs. Elisabeth Btory died at the
residence of ber son. Attorney Albert B.
Uory, in Pawnee City on Monday, in the
lh year of her age. Bhe was the oldest
l-erson In I'awnee county. She was the j
mother also of Mrs. L.ydia Butler, widow
of the late Governor David Dutler, the
first governor of the state. Iter funeral
was held Wednesday afternoon at t
o'clock, and the Interment waa In the
Pawnee City cemetery.
Mrs. A. U. Botawrll.
FAtRBURT, Neb., Nov. .-Speclal.)-
Mrs. A. H. Bothwell, wife of a prominent
banker living at the little town of Rey
nolds, In the southwestern portion of this
county, died last night Death waa due
to apoplexy. Mrs.. Bothwell had been III
only a few hours. Two sons survive. Earl
C Bothwell of Washington, Neb., and
Ray A. Bothwell of Reynolds. The funeral
services will be held Baturdey at the
Methodist Kplscopal church at Reynolds.
Mra. Vlaale Reasa Koste.
WABtflN'aTON, Nov. 10. -Mrs. Vlnnle
Ileum lloxle, the sculptress, who enjoyed
tin distinction of being the first woman
of her profession to receive a commis
sion from the government, died hers to
day after a long Illness. She did Lin
coln's statue In the rotunda of the cap- I
Itol and the figure of Admiral Farragut, '
wnicn BiuiuB in ma sijunrw veering nis
name In this city.
PAV1D C1TT. Neb.. Nov. .-Speclal.)
-Ralph D. Puller and Miss Edna Boyrn
were united In marriage Wednesday
evening at the home of the bride's
mother, Mrs. Lydia Boyera. The cere-'
mony was performed by Rer. J. F. Haas, i
Hastor of the Methodist church. The '
bride waa beautifully gowned In white
silk crepe de chine with trimmings of
shadow lace and carried a shower bou
quet of cbrvsunthemums.
Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs.1
C. 1. Fuller and 11. U Fuller of Unl
veralty Place, parents and brother of the
groom, and Mr. and Mrs. U B. Fuller and
daughter Pauline and Mrs. Edna Sum-,
merman Cook of Lincoln. I
Mr. and Mrs. Fuller will go to house
keeping la David City and will be at
home to their many friends after De
cember It In the A. B. Roys rental prop
erty on Chautauqua avenue. Mr. Fuller.
ho has been engaged In practicing law
In David City the last two years, re
ceived his dcirre fn ni the Isw depart
ment of the I' Diversity rf NtLra.ka In
At last the long Icoked for and anxiously awaited has arrived. Old Boreas it would
seem, tried to make up for past neglect, and as the wind whistled through his whiskers
this morning old Mercury tried to drop out of the bottom of the bulb. But it's all right
seasonable weather, after all, is best for most people.
Thomas Kilpatrick & Co. would impress upon your mind their READINESS. READINES S to serve you. READINESS with the best that
the markets afford, and readiness with values which must appeal to those who know.
Saturday, Nov. 21st, Several
Second Floor Suit Section
Lot 1 Egyptian ribbed Suits, gold for $1.50, at
Lot 2 Wool Mixed Suits, sold for
Lot 3 Fine Wool Suits, sold for
Lot 4 Silk and Wool Suits, sold for 1 5.00, at. . . .$3.45
Outing flannel night wear, specially priced:
The dollar grade of Outing Night Shirts, .....80c each
Two dollar grade Pajamas , .$1.50 each
for ii.oo, at.. fi.is m
"o. at i.63 oecond -Uay ot the Lreat
$4.00, at $2.75
The quotation of price naturally conveys but little to
you. Let's tell you. We bought these from a first
class manufacturer. The materials are handsome; the
quality, excellent; the style, it goes without saying, la
correct. Kilpatrick garments are bought for discrimin
ating women. Never bizarre, there Is an air ot re
finement suited to the patronage. Usually such suits
might sell at $25.00 to $30.00. We have seen suits
not nearly so meritorious quoted at higher prices.
Now Another Lot These are model suits and in this
case we do know the former prices. We ourselves sold
many similar and when we quote the former price it
means that was the regular Retail Price in this Store
showing a reasonable profit to us:
One Suit, size 36, Russian Green Panne Velvet, was
$95; now $78
One Suit, size 36, Taupe Velvet with Gray Fox trim- .
rolng, was $125; now ...$100
One Suit, size 38,. Brown Velvet, Marten Collar and
Cuffs; was. $100;, now $73
One Suit, size 38, Green Cut Velour, Fitch trimmed; ;.
was $75; now .' . .$55
One Suit, size 40, Black Silk Ripple Cloth, Kolimsky
collar and cuffs; was $160; now $110
Last Saturday scores of women showed appreciation
of our Coat offering so striking the values so worthy
the garments, that we wired to the maker for a second
lot. The materials are the same as the manufacturer
used in coats made to retail at $25 and $27.60. Sat
urday, starting ivt 8:30 $15.00 each
An interesting sale of coats for Children and Juniors
alw All the ages from 2 to 17 years. Norfolk shape
short coats. College Coats and Long Coats. Many priced
previously at $10 and $12, will be offered In one lot
Saturday, at $5.00
Junior Suits and sizes for Big Girls and Little Women.
On'y one of a kind of some at $10 Instead of $18-$20.
The Hub of All Creation
Contributes Its quota for your apprt-val Saturday."
Corduroy Hats (or Little Girls and Big Gins. Made in
Boston. On sale at 50c. Some decidedly chic creations
for little ones. French y, but not made In France.
Materials, plush, Velvet, corduroy.
lOLIJst There was a feeling ot dread that because
of war there would be no Dolls. We have a choice lot.
May not get any more this year.
Don't disappoint the children Christmas would be
mighty forlorn without them. ' v
MK.N AM) BRKTIIKKN: Let us exhort you to Join
the other good fellows who trade at this store. Diffident
men need have no fears. Experienced salesmen will act
as guide, philosopher and friend, to lend a helping word
ot advice. For Saturday note price reductions;
Certain patterns of $2-00 Shirts and a few $1.50 ones,
laundered negligees, will go at $1,15. ,Reaou -few
of a kind.
Men's Sweaters, $2.50 up. There is a lock stitch
sweater, heavy weight, some stores ask $7.50 we are
informed Tours Saturday and thereafter also, at. $8.00
Holiday lounging robes and Housq Coats are open
Women's Hosiery and Underwear
Last Saturday afternoon there were times when we
could not give satisfaction to customers because of
crowd. Please try and come In the morning. Of course,
we are glad to see you any hour in the day.
Saturday a German made stocking, full fashioned,
good at 35c per pair, for 20c per pair.
Silk Stockings at $l.io instead ot $1.50 per pair.
Women's Underwear Scarcely an Intelligent woman
in the three cities but knows our saleswomen. Most of
them have been with us for many years. Occasionally
one will drift away tempted by the flattering offers of
other merchants anxious to get our trained help. We
: hope they both profit by the change. The efforts to
steal them away shows how they are regarded by those
who would like to compete. We don't pay high prices
for nationally advertised garments. Our buyer knows
how to arrive at values. You get the benefit of his
knowledge and the saleswoman's experience. And that
win be the truth about Underwear. Saturday Specials:
$1.00 fine fleeced Union Suits, at 59c each
$1.00 Boys' Wool Shirts and Drawers, Saturday. .. .79c
One special lot laid out of Women's Vests and Pants,
at $1.00 each
Whatever will be left of the 400 pairs of women's
fine Shoes will be closed out Saturday. Mr. Tuttle says
that In point of style and quality he has made no such
offering. Dull Patent Suede, Tan and Kid leathers;
also Satin and Cravanette. Maker "Baker" Enough
of a guarantee to those who know. Behind that the
name of "Kilpatrick." This lot includes many of this
season's best sellers. Look them over in the window,
were $5, $6 and $7. Closing out at $2.03 a pair. .
2d Floor Once More
We have gathered from different sources a lot of
Crepe de Chine Petticoats evening shades. Many
whites and some pink and blue. Sold usually at $5
and $5.50. Saturday $2.08 each
Seasonable. An attractive
Jackets and Shawls.
line of hand crocheted
Reliable, of course, like the rest of our merchandise.
This means much to the fur buyer, for in the last anal
ysis you must pin your faith to the seller, and even he
don't always know what he Is talking about- Here's
where the name '.'Kilpatrick" is of Value.
Separate Scarfs, various makes on a rack, special
value $2.50 to $10.00 each
Natural Wolf, Raccoon and Red Fox Sets, Muff and
scarf $13.00 each
In finer Furs, Real Mink. Fitch, Ermine, Caracul,
Hudson Seal, Black Lynx, Mole, etc., and priced, every
piece, below the normal.
At the Glove Section
All the soiled or mussed Gloves left from last Satur
day's big sale, in 2 lots, 20c and 4 Or. With the lot a
few damaged pairs, of course, foolishly cheap.
Genuine hand-made Scotch Spencers in gray or white,
$2.50. In the lond of o cakes they are not giving much
attention to Spencers just now. The poor, brave Hle
landers at the front takes their attention. How sad it
all is, and no fault of the poor boys in the trenches, re
gardless of race. ,
Prayers should go up from every heart that our
hearths and homes are free from the havoc, desolation,
heartbreaklngs. We should do our part to sustain the
president with cheer and approval. He is keeping right
in the middle ot the road. Let us help with your
Thanksgiving dinner. We quote a few suggestions
from Mr. Cobb:
Individual Ice Cream Turkeys $1.73 each
Individual Pumpkins, Apples, Oranges, Ice, of course.
Hoses and Horns, ot Plenty, suitable for this glorious
season. Frozen Egg Nogg, Nesselrode Pudding, Tuttl
Frultti, Maple with Pecan Nuts, Roman Punch and an
Ice Plum Pudding, which you must ask the Cobbs about.
Mr. Cobb's . description made my mouth water. AH
these, $2.00 per gallon. A single quart of Neapolitan
for OOr. Real New England Pluir pudding, Oc lb.
Royal Black Fruit Cake, same price.
Telephone your orders. Douglas ol. Ask for Cobb.
Do It now. Orders are already crowding In. Safety
first applies here Saturday. We will sell Pikers what
a name this Is for confection,' oblong in shape, thin
shelled filled with chocolate, cocoanut and ground nuts.
One-half pound box 15c each. Rarely enough to go
around of these. Come In the morulug.
Black Walnut Taffy made with new Black Walnuts,
SOc for a lb. box instead of 40c. ,
Here's a luscious lot in the dollar class All to be sold
at AOc Saturday, dipped Grapes, dipped Brazil Nuts,
Cream Marshmallows, Maple Nut Puff, Superb Choco
lates and Bon Bons. and then family Caramels, 40c a
pouud. And a lot of French Fruits which we never ex
pected to see, at 80c a pound. And now that we have
left a good taste we will quit for the Ad Man is waiting.
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