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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1915)
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TRADE UNION MEN
"Want on May 1 What it Offered for
July 1 and Also that Hoiiters
Union Be Recognized.
CARPENTERS WANT MORE PAY
The ultimatum Indued by the Build
ing Trades unionists of Omaha to the
building contractors is to come to a
bead May 1. The orlrklayers want
on Increase of 5 cents per hour, be-
glnsjng with that date. The carpen
ters want S5 centa an hour, while
their claim U that some of the con
tractors are paying this, while others
are paying but 60 cents an hour. The
Hoisting Engineers' union demand-)
jurisdiction over all hoisting work.
All of these are members of the Al
lied Building Trades' Conference,
which Inclndes the plasterers, brick
layers, carpenters, stone cutters anl
The attted conforrnce hat asked thn
contractors to sro to It thnt no nonunion
ln In nny one of those five building
rtftfta he employed, and has stated In a
ltir thai If nonunion men are employrj
In any of tlvse rrafta the other union
men In all the othrr crafts will iilt the
Na Wnrd from Rajlldrra.
WISHc the workers er May 1 a the
day on uhlch the Increase In waco ami
other eonoeenlona must so Into rffect the
tmllrtrra have not yet aareed to it and
hae' not signified any Intention of rec
cpnlslnjr the hnlstlna; enfitneers' union.
On the Other hand, the rontrartors have
practically aitrc-rd to allow the lirlcklny
rra advance by July J. In case the l;iilt-
Ipk engineers are dropped as a union.
That la In caar It la not made tnt-uinlx-nt
on the in to hire union lahor for hoiatinit
While there ara hut twenty-five hoistlne;
nnlnora In the city normally, they aro
aid to be 100 per cent organised. That !
Is every one of them la a inomher of the
union, and they are determined to hang
on for thlr demand. These men Kt
62S, ifnta an hour on all hoisting joha
rd &5 cents nn hour on ron.-rete mixers.
FONTENELLE CANCELS PROM
Ladies of Maccabees
to Hold Their State
Convention in Omaha
Mra. Ainri Temple Ilcyer. state deputy,
representing the ladiea of the Muccnhoea
of the World. I In tne city to make ar
rangements for the grand atate conven
t'on to I held here on Tuemlay, April
20. A fine claas will be Inltlatnd and the
honor gueata of the occaHlon will be Mr.
Alice B. Locke, supreme lieutenant com
mander. Vlaltora are expected from all
over the atate.
The Ladies of the Maccabees of the
World ts the larsest order In the world
for womn. Its monthly Intereat earn
ings alone from bond Investments amount
to nearly one-third the amount of
monthly death claims. The magnificent
et ealn of In 1S.H ahows conclu
sively -the splendid work being don by
thla order of nearly JO.xj0 women.
At this convention a delegate will be
elected to attend the great tipirme re
view to be held at a later date.
Owned by Indians
Tha eharma ana. wonders of Indian
nomenclature are unending, V notice
Just received at the poNtoffH-e regarding
the aale of landa In the Htnndlng Hock
reservation. North and Koutli lakota,
contains a wealth of plrturempie and
Imaglnatlon-atlrrlng names rff present
owners of the landa to bo Bold, blda for
which wlU be opened May i. Here are
some of tha namea:
l'aul II Ixhrat, Henry One Hull, Kllla
Crow In. linn. Joseph Khoota the Hear.
Shave on One Hide. J"oaeph Different Owt.
Bee the Hear. White Cow Walking. Cyril
Good U-rtliand. Patrick Nntfcyhawk,
George lx-klnitbai k. Uarnii "Fish, Paul
Ktretchea Illnuu'lf, 1 ll fervnt Tall. Jimi
I'ram Ina-elk. t'harlra Otterrolie.
The naiiK-a .l the women nwnrra ara
even more picturesque. They Ituliule
Mra. Itecllnlng Bear. Mrs. Ko.il near,
Mra. IMd Not llutcher. Mra. UruMh ll.irna,
Mra. KroMcd Hed Fish. Mra. Two
Parents. Mra. Mark Afraid of Hawk.
Mrs.. Walk nigh. Mra. Holy -3k Face.
Mrs. Klcka the Iron, Mra. Swift IHig,
Wra. Taken Alive. Mra. Fwrilah Thun
der. Uulsa Take the Hat. !oiiaa Low
tog. Molly Tretton, Julia Two Kllla.
Martina Uoodvolce, Agatha 111 Hhleld.
Julia liriiwn Forehead, Helen Il(fl-ulty.
Mary ' I-an Iog. Mamie t'vtanmain!
Annie Hobtall Hoar, Florence Afraid of
Hawk, Nancy Itiase Alone. Mary Yellow
Kat. Jennie !.- Man. Mary Knave Head,
I'alay Ltxxle Whtteapirlt.
MANUFACTURERS TO MAKE
TRADE EXCURSION IN CARS
A trade rxruraion In atreet eara la
Jilennt-d by the Omaha Muiki'u' t.:r r'
aaoclatloii. xt ThuiaJay noon the
tnamifActurers and I a elks are to mnet
el the t'ommnrclal .club mains prepara
tory to ranking thla trip. AIW lunch
they will start In atrevt rare aid vlail
numerous factories In tha city. Details
of the program are to be worked out
THROWS STONES THROUGH
A WIND0WF0R REVENGE
Dragon Mirk-, address the Bailey hotel.
Was Invited to leave the pool hall con
ducted by John P-ulzte. 1. South Thir
teenth street. for rreatlng a disturbance.
and. to get even with the proprietor,
went to the rear of the establishment,
where Bolsle reside and threw atonea
through the window at Mra. ttolale. He
u arrested and. fined 115 and coats In
KINO ALHKRTS IVKJK. A trlhute to
the Helslan king nn.l people frnin rn
leaeniniive men and women throughout
the wf rid. tl.M. ilearat a International
Jn hia Introduction. Hall mine tella tia
that "thla honk Is published as the united
voice of the wtwld'e gratitude to Belgium
for Ita unexampled heroism and of Its
sympathy wlUi It In the, heavy price It
has to pay In discharging the sublime
luty which destiny laid upon It of fight
ing by our- aide for the llb-rtlea of all."
The Hat of contrlbutora Includes some 250
namea, and their tributes of sympathy,
adtrtlrstlon and gratitude are conveyed
by mmm of letters, brief artlclea, poems,
iriiiklc, picture and SftngK. ' Among the
tlluatrntiona In the Ixxik are an auto
graphed portrait of King Allert from a
photograph, a reproduction In colors of
a painting by John I.avery of queen
Mary of Kngland, a print In colors from
a. painting of I on a In rgthetlral by W.
L. Hrurkman. a Dutch nrtlst; a pen-and-Ing
drawing by Charles Dana Olliann of
a pathetic little IleJglan refugee, a sym
bolic llluatratlon In colors by Kay Ni'll
aen, a Danish artist; a drawing of
"t'hnrleml," hy Jnaeph Pennell, Arthur
Kackham'a "I nconuuerahle," and a score
or more of others, most of them In col
ors, rontrlhuted by the artlata of Kurope
ahd Amcrha. Btatcsmiinahlp Is ren
renented hy Premier Asuulth. ex-rresl-
dent Taft, Via'Oiirit Pryce, ' th Hon.
Winston t'hurchlll. Paul Cambon, the
earl of ftoset.ery, Jnm-ph Choate and
mnny more. It Is announced that the
publlnhera' profits from the sale of the
book will go to the Plglan fund.
WAfl HHIDKS. Py Marlon Oral
Wenlworth. !' cents. The t'entury Com
This play waa first printed In the Cen
tury Magaxlne. Ono night a week or so
later Alia Naximova and her company
presented It at the Palace tlietler In New
York, ahd the next mornln? she waa be-
vl ged with hooking offers. The astound
ing condltlona presented by the play are
.not peculiar to any one country or any
WHF.N A' MAN COMK.8 TO 1UM
fsKI.F. Py I'r-eldent Woodrow Wilson.
6iic. Harper Hroa.
The dlatlngulxhed author voices' hla be
lief that every man, like Kipling's ship,
finds himself some day.
' thk wori.p raisifl and the way
TO PKACK. Py K. Kllaworth Hliumakcr.
lit Pp. 7!c. t. P. Putnam's Sons.
The author Indicates hla plea for peace
to the president and people of the United
Ptatea, to' all the nation and lovera of
peace everywhere, and outlines the duty
of this country In an effort to end the
BACK TO THK DAND. By Frederick
F. llockwell. 2H Pp. II. Harper 4
The atory of how the head of a large
manufacturing concern, forced out of
business by a trust, built up a new life
for himself In the country. Every one
who has felt even In Imagination the
comfort of turning from the worries of
purely Intellectual work to the solid and
wholesome realltlea of a almpler life, will
appreciate the tone of feeling In which
Mr. Rockwell hae written hla story. The
difficulties of. the thtxporlnnoed farmer's
tasks are not underrated, nor la his suc
cess extraordinary. But the pleasurable
acquisition of useful knowledge, the de
light of seeing every at r ok a tell, the aheer
Joy , of good healththese satlafactlona
the author makes very real to hla
THR YF.M.OWSTONF. NATIONAL
PARK. By Brigadier Oeneral H. M.
Chlltenilcn. 341 Pp. 11.75. Stewart &
This la one of tha most comprehensive
book a on the park ever puhllahed. It
gives a complete history of that region,
as well aa a full scientific description
of Its natural wonders. It la an admir
able guide book and gives In detail In
formation of camping facilities' and hotel
accoinmodatlone. which make traveling
through the park a delight quite apart
from Ita eccnto Intereat. The book con
tains many tlluatratlons and an elab
VISIONS AND BMVIS10N8. By John
Cower Puwya. 2S Pp. II. Q. Arnold
The author aays on Vila book: "In this
book of tentative and provocative easays,
I aeek rather to Indicate the personal
reaction of my own mind, under the
stimulus of the famous masters, than to
utter any ex rathodra declaiona."
OKOHilR BKRNARD HHAW; HAnl.K
yi'lN OK PATKIoT. By John Palmer.
M Pp. M centa. The Century company.
of every fniuoua man there ara two
the legend try and the real. Ts 8haw
who haa been engiiglng the attention of
ncwaraiers and nmgaxine readers Is the
legendary hhaw. The real Phaw la Juat
aa Interesting and n this book Mr.
Palmer Introduces the reader to both
BTWAYII AROl'ND HAM FRANCISCO
PAY. My W. K Hutchinson. 14 Pp. 1.
The At'lngcVm Press.
In simple fashion the many hywaye
around Kan Francisco bay are here de
scribed. The author, an ardent lover of
nature, brings to the reader all the charm
and ma testy of the on road, the rolling
field, the towering mountain and the
KS"KNTIAI Jt OK F.N'fJI.TSH BPF.F.CH
AMI I.ITKKATntK. By Frank H. V law
telly. 4K Pp. Il.fo). Funk A Wagnella
An outline of the origin and growth of
the language and Its literature, with
chapters on the Influence of the Bible,
the vulue of tha dictionary, and the use
of the grammar In the atudy of the Eng
THK HKART OF BLACK 8TONK. By
Nanette B. l'aul. 244 'p. 11. The Abing
The prlnciplea of common law put Into
almple language, to the end that It may
appeal to the average peraon and create
a new rvsiwct for law as auch. The
author Is a lecturer on parliamentary
law, and tha book la at once logical and
Oppoiition of School Board Prompti
Management to Call Off the
WILL EE HELD AT THE ROME
As the result of a positive stand hy the
Board of Education, which finally In
duced the Fontenclle hotel management
to cancel the date for the high . school
dance. April 23, the big affair Is to he
given at Hotel Homo on that night by
a now committee, composed exclusively of
alumni, and will be called the Ptudent
and Alumni prom.
Chandler Trimble, alumnus, has Joined
with Henry Howes, the original alumni
member of the committee, and they will
give the danci and musical entertainment
aa acheluled, except for the change to
the Rome. Klward Zlpiel, Ferald IoveJoy
and Chester Trimble, tho active student
members of the committee, havo withdrawn.
Continued opposition to the dance by
the Board of Education ted Managing
Director Abraham Burbank of the Fon-
tcnelle to cancel the date thero, he said.
He declared his hotel would not do any
thing to dlaplense the Imard. which In
sisted that Its dignity must be upheld
by cancellation of tho r.rlglnal plana for
the affair. The new arrangement of com
mute, and location resulted, and It is
understood that the school board will
offer no more opposition.
I'nsucccssful efforts have been made
hy Frank H. Woodland, member of the
Itonrd of I'Mucatlon and an alumnus of
the Omaha High school, and by Charles
8. Klguttci, another alumnus, to have
the alumni association of the school for
mally protest against the proposed ball
of the high school students and alumni.
President Htuart Gould of the alumni
association received a letter from Attor
ney Klguttcr deploring the fact that the
dance Is to be called the "Alumni Prom."
and Is to be given '.n spite of school board
President fjotild replied that the board
of directors felt that it was not In a po
sition to refuse sanction when it had
never been asked or given, and when the
board as a body does not contemplate
entering Into any soclnl affair except the
annual reunion of the classes to bo held
Candidates to Try
to Displace the
City Hall Crowd
Harry B. Zimman, Harry J. Hackett,
W, H, Jardlne, John C. Drexel. A. A.
Lamoreaux and J. W. Metcalfe, alx can
dilates for city cnmmlKSlonershlps, an
nounce that they have agreed on a plat
form which will be relesacd today.
They further state that they have comn
to an amicable agreement on the pro
islona of this platform. They gave out
the following statement:
The undersigned candidates tnr tha
of f i( e of city commissioner nominated at
win receni primary election have held a
number of conferences snd have timr.
oilghly discussed the needs of the city
and the Issues involved In the present
campaign, and find our views relative
memo in enure accord. Plana are al
ready In progress for a vigorous and ef-
"u, campaign, we believe the time
u opportune to displace the machine
which ao long dominated the affalra of
the city government with men who rep-
rMsas-trit (flam TaL m . w
. ihv as T-a f. titfieo oi inm voters.
UNIONIST TO KEEP JAB
ON MEN WHO LEAVE TOWN
The six th IssUe of The ITnlonlst earn
off the press this afternoon in Omaha.
Thla paper, edited by Max Desettel, has
already received the endorsement of
twenty-five labor unions In Omaha.
The naner thla week nlviviiu
of keeping a close check on every work-
in man in inn various building trades
who may leave Omaha In the days or
weeka now Immediately following the
outbreak of the big bulldlne-tradea atrlk
In Chicago. It advocatea thla In order
that the local unluna may' know what
men mar oi ma v not mn n rnii .
art aa strike breakers In the situation
BLACK HERE TO RUSH WORK
CN GRAIN EXCHANGE HOME
James Black, head of the James Black
Masonry and Construction company ot
St. Iiuia. haa arrived to look setae tha
erection of the Omaha Grain exchange
building, now going up at the corner oi!
Nineteenth and Harney etreeta. Mr.
Black aaserta that the etaht-atorv Or. In
exchange building will be rushed to com-
pieiion with all nosslhle speed, and that
It will be one of the beat and moat -at
tractive bulldlnga In the oily.
Work on the foundation la Drettv well
along and the setting of the ateel and
the laying of the brick will start within
the next few days. r
MtVlsg Gaa1 WerH retaelble.
As long as one ts hte feet, he eaa
work after a fashion, bo matter how
l-3ly he feels. But you cannot do good
work have ambition and energy, fell that
I) re Is worth living with sluggish bowels
er torpid liver. Foley Cathartic Tablets
to away with that drowsy, dull, tired
feeling They never gripe or oause
.auaea. They're wholesome, cleansing
and healthful. Moat satisfactory for
tout persona, gold everywhere Advsr.
euieoL - - - -
TELLS POLICE DOPE IS
PEDDLED ON THE STREET
Joe ttulllvan, aged IS yeara. who eacaped
from the city jail last Monday after
being arrested for ateallng a hairbrush
from the Vatea Drug company, was re
arrested Friday morning. Sullivan told
police officiate that ' he had been using
morphine for two yeara. He rams here
from Kansas City. He also told tha
police that he bought morphine every
day from two frequenters of a lower
Douglae atreet pool hall, whoae names
the authoritlea have. Bulilven was sen
tenced to thirty days In the county Jail.
trraaj-theae Sere Backs. '
Take six drops of bloan's Unlinent f.
ttmea a day and apply to small of back.
It kills the pal a. AH druggtaie. Adver-Uaetnet
AP2IL IS DIAMOND MGTB
Extraordinary values la Dlamojid Rings,
ii!!"1 Kr Screws, Scjrf Plus, SLU.
SESJ LAOlea ptisill TIT s Uiaiiiaaa
Kinj. lk aulld !(!. Rlna. ymna Tootn
Laflla "Parts- CCf! atimnttna. lh S 7
Uua" antuiiiina T"V aaita si4. 9 O
U a auwth. Et isv a Munta
Pendant, or kcnUr WaUb AJ
Big Sensations Saturday
Every Young or Old Man Should Be Here
Here is Your Chance to Save Money
Putting in a new store front prevented lis from showing our line
before Easter, therefore sacrifice prices will reign supreme Saturday.
For the Man Who Spends
HI TT -1- r , a
Aiiiiin, ui 11,1 iuu tan cauose irom nearly gT
2000 Suits, all priced at only $10.00. Purejpj 1
gwmcuis itiat, two lauincasij' toVllUlCU
and perfect fitting. The newest Spring
styles ranging from the wide jjoft roll lapel,
patch-pocket models to more sedate conserv
ative styles. There are scores of beautiful
For the Man Who Spends $15
' MORE THAN 40 STYLES OF BUSINESS SUITS
each with the stamp of superior tailoring,
each with an individual . style all its own.
The very clothes that young men of exacting
Look at these models and you will see the
new style points such as
Wide Notch or High Peak Lapels, Patch or
Crescent Pockets, Form Tracing Effects,
Snug Fitting Straight-Cut Trousers.,
Specials in Men's Small Goods Saturday
Lm d e e 4
did shirts have
come In all the
new . spring
colors anil pat
terns, also In
all alses: spe
cial value for
fan's 85o Xdale
These come In
black and plain
colors, in all
slea from m
to- 11 H; the
heels and toes
our price for
"e x t r a ape
Pare 8 1 1 k
These are all
terna. and are
shown In hun
dred a of de
signs and col-orina-s:
and are cut
full and very
roomy; a 1 1
sizes are in
cluded; we of
fer these night
gowns as a
feature for to
tor and other
makes; In nil
styles and six
es In the lot;
a special pur
values up to
UNION MEN AT
TENTION We are the leaders In Omaha
for Union Made Goods. We carry
the following line of goods' with
Union Label: Suits, Pants, Shoes,
Shirts, I'ndorwear, Suspenders,
Collars, Neckwear and Overalls.
Corner 14th and Douglas
Man's and Young Men's sTew Spring
AT SATXsTCrS Or H
$2.00 PA.NT8 for Men and Yonng
Men. Priced in this sale t -
of Kight I?l Purchases, at. .P 1
$..50 PANTH for Men and Yonng
Mem. Priced in thla sale of J0
Fight nig Purchases, at 4atrf
5.00 PANTS for Men and Young
Men. Priced in this sale of &Q
Eight Big Purchased, at
$7.30 PANTS for Men and Young
Men. Priced in this sale of CA
Kight Big Purchases, at....sPT
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