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nrrc mw.-. omaha. katcrday, may i, in.
Cor. 14th and Douglag Sta.
The nuntr In
whlAh wi nave
strength e a e 4
this line allow
us to present
ever. All hand
meats of Im
ported snd do
and staple ef
suits sell ev
$1-8, priced for
Ins; In this
sreat eel at
For Men and Young Men
Here's Just what you want and
a bargain worth talking about-three-piece
suits of fine all-wool
blue serge fast color and thor
oughly shrunk seams silk
sewed all regular stout and
slim sizes for men up to 45 and
young: men ages
at Wonderful Bargains.
We are holding- a most re
markable sale of Men's Pants,
offering values that are of In
tense Interest to every economi
$2.00 PANTS for Men and Young
Men All sizes priced gm
in this great sale fi I
tomorrow, af r
$3.50 PANTS for Men and Young
Men ah sites priced
In this great sale
tomorrow, at .........
iu t vung
Yaluis Jsssars? V
On Sale 1 'JpVfj
Genuine $8.00 South
200 Dozen Blue Chambray WorK
8hlrta Collars attached. These
are fine quality emrts, ana
best values ever offered
Worth 60c, only.
Made teJve lasting ser "Tf
vice. 25c values only . .X
230 dozen pairs of
men's black, tan and
gray soz, 15c values
ONLY 5c PAIR
Regular 25c t f
values, for. wC
10c quality biggest
j BRIEF CITY NEWS
Save Boot Mat Ft Now Beacon rreee
Elsetrle reae Burgess-Orandsn Co
Jo4b the T. K. O. JL on the special
I summer membership plan. Then use It.
' V' 60.
"Today's Complete Mevte FresTeaa
tlasalfted section today, and appears l
I The Bee EXCLUSIVELY. Find out whet
the various moving picture theaters otter.
i Jeffsry rectory Ha a Bare Jean H.
'Talk, district representative of the
j Thomas Jeffery company, la In Omaha
j visiting the local dealer.
Alrdome to Opea Hatarday The Air
dome, which has been moved across the
I street at SHh nnd Fa mam streets. Is
' scheduled to open Baturday evening.
! Talks at T. SC. 0. A. "The Pace that
I Kills." will he the subject of an address
by J. Scott MeBrttie of Chicago at me
Young Men's Christian association meet
ing Sunday at 4 o'clock.
e aanuasr let V za SoaUeee II
your office Is property located, readily
found and easily accessible. For such
i offlcee apply to the superintendent ef the
Bee building, "the building that la always
new." room lOt
Motor to Kansas City Mr. and Mrs.
Kome Miller. Pr. and Mrs. H. A. Veg
giner and William B. Miller will motor
to Kansas City by way of St. Joseph
' . i. 4n4 th formal orcning
banquet of Hotel Muehlebach Monday
evening. They will return Wednesday.
John Saviage Ttslts Fersnte John T.
Bavldge. son of Rev. C. W. aavidge. Is
visiting his parents for a few days. He
recently enlisted In the navy and has
been at the Oreat Lakes training station,
from which he secured ten days' leave
of absence. He expects to go to sea
about August z5.
Confirm Cedar Creek Class Rev.
Julius F Schears of Omaha, district mts-
I. n ih Trhvterlan church, will
be tho officiating minister Sunday at
Cedar Creek, during confirmation serv-
I Ices of the German-English Presbyterian
j Zlon church of that town. Twenty young
i people comprise the class.
I an bidum Bsat Was trne Pete
I 1 . . . iiv iiutlmmt when
f loin ueranm ivni . .... j
j his landlady at 1316 Davenport street re
quested him to pay hie rent, which was
due. As an evidence that his honor was
not to be trifled with In this loose fashion,
he began breaking up the furniture. Ar
rest. Jail, court, no prosecuting witness.
Tonttnelle la oostlnT "Plan to stop
off at Omaha: Oate City of the West."
Is the legend now appearing at the top of
all envelopes uied at Hotel Fontenelles
writing tables. Managing Director Abra
ham Burbank has had the regular hotel
envelopes printed with the extra, line, to
emphaali Omaha's attractiveness as a.
atopover point for tourists.
Kaiser Asserts His
Country Fights All
Its Enemies Alone
PETROGRAD (Via London). May 14.
i .n.n.tch from Kiev to the Bourse
Rnutti says: '
German offtoers captured at Jaslo,
Gsllcla. assert that Emperor William
v'sited the Nalets front for the purpose
of encouraging newly arrived Oermaa re
servists. He made am address In whloh
be told them, notwithstanding he pres
ence of Austrian officers, that Germany
was fighting its three powerful enimlea
Its allies. Austria and Turkey, the em.
peror Is quoted as having said, had not
fulfilled bis expectations and the whole
burden of the war was on the soldiers
of th German army- Therefore German
officers ought, to take over command of
the remnants of the Austrian army, or.
ot any rate, Austrian officers should be
subordinate to them. Under such condi
tions alone would victory be achieved.
Navy After Charts
Of AU Approaches
To Coast Cities
(From a Btaff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, May 14. (Special Tel
errant.) For the first time since the
Ppanlsh-American war the printing de
partment of the coast and geodetio sur
vey Is running overtime. Starting last
Monday the coast survey people were si
most swamped with orders from , the
Navy department for oherta ovarlna the
water approaches to Boston. New York
Baltimore and down the Atlantic coast
as far as Galveston.
Panama canal charts are wanted and
also the last word In buoys, bars and
lights In the Gulf of Mexico leading into
It was stated at the coast survey office
that the demand for charts covering At
lantic and gulf coast cities had no slg'
nlflcance whatsover, being "all in the
day's work." But the beads of depart
mrnts did not answsr the question "Why
v.ork overtime 7"
MOTOR COPSJAULING 'EM IN
And Police Judge Orders Wagon
Out for Those Who Fail to
SEVERAL OF THEM ARE FINED
Well, sir. these traffl- cops mean bust-
They weren't Just kidding wh-n they
served notice on motorists In Thursday
evening nepers that the city traffic ordi
nances MITT BK respected.
Not by a long shot.
They have blood In their eyes and war
rants In their pocketa.
Between the hour of high noon Thurs
day and midnight the silled traffic of
ficers had captured an even dosen violat
ors. That was on the Mth.
They were up In court on a Friday!
See how bad luek follows those who do
those things which they ought not to do.
The traffic oops said to speak the
names right out In meeting and print
'em In the paper; maybe It would do
some good and show the people that this
monkey business has got to stop.
Some Did Not Appear.
J. B. Ltehtenwellmer. 11S8 Park
avenue: Charles Hughes, S2S4 Miami, and
Vandollan, 401 Stale Bank building.
were up for not having their
dimmed and were discharged after prom
ising not to do It again.
A. R. Hansen, Flatlron building; O.
Luckert, 3910 Dodge street, and A. Bakke
ere charged with the same offense, but
did not appear and the prosecutor saldt
Take the warrants and take the wagon
nd go out and bring 'em In," Just like
that The same order was applied to
A. Tukey and T. J. Nolan, who didn't
Edwin Oreevy, a yooth, pleaded guilty
to exceeding the speed limit. He said he
was Just trying out his oar. But the of
ficer said he was going down South
Twenty-eeventh treet, from Leaven-
Compare With Regu
lar $1.00 Garments.
Union Made Overalls. Ci
Regular 60c values, onlyOS C
We feature goods with the
Cerner 14th an Douglas Sts.
The Sunday Bee is the only
Omaha newspaper that
gives its readers four big
pt jjei of colored comics.
A daylight prowter who entered the
Colonial apartment, Thirty -eighth and
rarnam streets, yesterday afternoon ob
tained nearly 1700 worth of diamonds and
jewelry from two flats. He waa dlsoov
ered at work but escaped.
From the apartment of Mrs. B. E,
Charleton three diamond rings and other
articles totalling $500 were taken; from
the apartment of Miss Laura Boott, rings.
broaches and other articles worth about
300 were obtained.
Hay Hat Season Opens Here Today;
Newest Line of Lids Makes Debut
Although season rushers In straw lints
have not been Infrequent eights upon the
streets of Omaha during the last fort
Might, the official Sanson In hsv head
gear does not open until today.
Away back in the sacs dark, June I
was the regularly art-eptcl ,iitc sanc
tioned by the boss of Medicine list, who
seems to have the last say In the matter.
However, he has locked up all his nor
westers, and sou-wrntrrs and other play
ful little things that usually put the Jtitu
on light lids, and tomorrow the game
will be on In real earnest.
For the last tew days wlmln
raters downtown have been busy fixing
displays thst make the mouths of pass
ing Fords and other equlnes water In
The checks In the game this season are
of varied denomination, and you ran bet
"em high or low, as you please, which
means, according to the manicured gent
behind the showiase. Oat one ran look
like a two-leased man this year if ho
wants to or he ran resemble a stick of
One of the new lids Is known ss the
Implex, n combination of straw and felt,
the crown belli I'nngkok anil the brim
of felt. nctlier one for the boys Is a
wlilto straw hut with bro n, blue or
green tnnh i bi Ims. with hands to match
One of the more expensive hats Is marie
of MilnKH-ar straw and la like the
I'anania. only It looks like silk cloth.
The i ron ns are still hlnh, hut the brims
I are broader. And the prices range from
ileco j two hits for one of those old harvest-
hand hats to twenty chosla for the Mada
gascar or Tannines.
A feature about the sitraw hat season
that might possibly escape those who get
their new straw hats at dances, restau
lents. etc., Is that Mr. l'opular Kdlct de
mands that they be worn on the back
of the head, and not tilted on an ear.
Corey in Address
Before Credit Men
worth, like a streak of lightning, and
there were "about a thoueanl kids
playing around there." He paid $10 and
T. M. Wackmnn was discharged lifter a
hearing, for operating a car without a
lights Hr"""- Jo)l I'"", the officer said,
was running nis oig auio inn put
Tenth street viaduct at a rate of thirty
five miles an hour. Jack said he never
had an accident, but he was assessed $."
DALE VISITS OVER 400
SCHOOL CHILDREN GARDENS
Over WO school children's garden
have been visited at least once by Erne
H Tale, School Oarden rlub supervisor.
The clubs now have an enrollment of 430
school children, of whom 117 are girls.
Hold a Reunion
POUT CA1.HOVN. Nelv, Slay 14 -tRpe-'
clal.l-A gathering of oeecendants of
early pioneers wss held this week three
nils cwest .'vf r'rl Cilhoun at the home
of Al McDonald, where he and elsht ef
his brothers and sisters were born In tho
pioneer log cabin erected by his late
father In U.MJ, after keplng store three
years In Decatur.
Of the sixty-three descendants nil were
present but seven grandchildren. It being
the first big reunion of the family In
twenty-four years. Of the ten children,
nine are atiU living. William, Al, John,
Henry and Oeorge live on tho old home
stead, Mrs. M. V. Shipley at Lyons, Mrs.
Frank Overman at Fort iAinton, Colo.:
Mrs. Frank Shipley at Kennsrd and
Mrs. McHrlde at Blair.
C. F. Corey, president of tha Tletall
Credit Men's association, sddreased the
monthlv meeting of the Omaha Associa
tion of Credit Men Isst evening following
a dinner In the Istral hotel grill room.
It was the first time In their history
that the two associations met In n busi
ness way Mr. CVirry Is president of tne
association that has to do with the credit
of consumers. The Omaha Association of
Credit Men lias to do with the credit of
retailers, being an orennlatlon of the
credit men of the manufacturing and Job
blng houses of Omaha. It has 110 mem
bers and Is afflllatel with the National
Association of Credit Men. which has a
membership of nearly 20.'.
Kugene Atkins of the larl!n Orcn
dorff Tlow company, president of the
Omaha Association of Credit Men,
sided and Introduced the speaker.
Mr. Corey, who Is a member ef the
printing firm of Corey MoKenile, spoke
on "Cost Finding as Related to Credits,"
of whloh subject he has made en ex
A plan has been perfected by the whole
sale credit men and a fund has been
established for the discovery and proawt
tlon of fraudulent failures. B. R Cloe
on la chairman of the bankruptcy com
mittee. One man Is already under In
dictment charged with bringing about
his "failure" fraudulently. Four others
are now under Investigation.
The Omaha Association of Credit Men
has elected the following delegates te at
tend the convention of the National As
sociation of Credit Men opening In Salt
ljke City June V: K. M. Andreeaen of
the I,ee-Colt-Andreeeen Hardware enm
pnny, It. P. Wilson of the Fairmont
Creamery company and J. H. Bexten ef
the First National bank.
If You Must Eat on Sunday
Why not leave care at home? Dine where
the surroundings add a charm found nowhere
else In town. This new hotel, with Its dining
rooms, 1e the realization of a necessity In a
progreeHlve modern city. Moderate prices
make it a convenience to you and not a luxury
the luxury is all In your surroundings.
Sunday Night "Dinner de Luxe" from 6 to
at $1.50 the person. There Is no added ex
pense In the enjoyment of a rare musio pro
gram as rendered by Chrlstman's Fonteoelle
Make your table
reservations wltk M.
"The Fontenelle will serve you well.1
Allies Take Coast
Line of Galipol
LONDON, May 14 A dispatch to the
Times from Moudros, Island of Lemnoa,
snys ths coast line of the Oalllpoll penin
sula now Is In ths allies' possession and
that troopships from Egypt and France
ere landing relnforoementa and guns.
FACULTY BLOCKS PLAN OF
SKIP DAY AT HIGH SCHOOL
The pupils at Central High had laid
plans for a "skip day" today, but they
were nipped In the bud by the faculty.
A threat of expulsion has been made to
apply to seniors who forget to come to
school and arrangements have been mado
for period "tests," so that any one who
itaya out will lose much credit.
(several yeara ago a "skip day' was a
regular Institution, especially with the
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1$ Over smoking, they tell us, is often the
result of too many black, heavy cigars in
succession and you know the temptations
1 For an experiment we suggest you lighten
up this Sunday s good cigar hours with
two or three "modulated" Havanas
J Smoke one after breakfast when there's
time to enjoy its mild, mellow fragrance.
Another in the afternoon. Then one or two
after supper to round out the day and leave
you with a clear head and a clean palate for
a brisk Monday morning.
J There are men who have caught the point
f smokmcr a "modulated Havana and
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I h's a fine little edition -
of Tom Moore. '
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