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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1915)
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BRIEF CITY NEWS
EUctrle fans, 97.50. Rurs-ess-Granden.
as moot Prist h Now Beacon Press
Seriates fflcteaoj The ISo plele
tinner served at Schllts hotel.
Draff Brlafs Beok Defree Superin
tendent draff of the public schools lis
retueejed from Lake Forest, where he
re'eiej an honorary deiree.
"Today's Complet Movie ProrTm"
lsssiflcd section toitay, and appears In
The B EXCI-rPtVEI-T. Find cut what
the various moving picture theatera offer.
Mo! for the Bwlmmiaf Days The
lark commissioner has plsoed a woman
attendant at the municipal beach at
Carter lake. The attendance at the beach
hn increased the last few daya.
atbaway Pleads Oallty Jamea
Krtlinway, charltod with stealing- a,
isincoat valued at 120 from Gould Pleta.
pleaded Rullty In police court and waa
sentenced to twenty dss In the county
To Consider Work Parm Mayor
1'ahlman appointed Commissioners Jar
dlr.e, Drexel and Hummel to servo aa a
si ecial committee with the public affair
lommlttee of tha Commercial club for
1 onslderatlon of establishment of a mu
iilripal work farm.
old Caaoa Crolse Seventy-five
canoelista of the Young Men'a Chnatlan
r taociatlon summer park enjoyed a .anoe
cruise on Carter lake Wednesday eve
ning, followed by a wiener roast, t hysl
ill Director "Bud" Kearns. N. R. Brig
ham, Charles Blacklock and Helps Jcake
were the committee In charge.
Was Hot What it loams To plant
turnip seed and have rape grow from
It was the experience of Robert Nachtl
gall, a youngster who belongs to the
St. Joseph achool district of the chtl
riren'a garden clubs. He bought a pack
age of seeds, labeled "turnips," but when
the plants grew they turned out to be
Thanks Those Who Kelp tha Poor
Mrs, a. W. Ahlqulst. fripnd of the poor
and sickly of Omaha, wishes through The
1'ee to thank the large number of friends
who assisted her In the splendid outing
she gave to the 330 shutlns of Omaha
Tuesday. Some of the donations were
the use of twenty automobiles and the
gift of thirty gallons of 1c cream and
Employs Tounr Girl David Clif
ford of a lower Douglas street moving
picture house waa fined and costs In
nolle court for violating- the child labor
law. by hiring Ellr.a OaideB, aged IB
years, to work at the establishment after
S o'clock. The Juvenile authorities arc
investigating the case from another view
point. The flna in police court was sua
pended by Judge' Foster.
aw Grain lachanga Bnlldlnr The
contract for the hardware for the new
Grain exchange building has been let to
Milton Rogera & Sons company fll this
city. It will be recalled that this firm
also furnished the hardware on the Fon
tcrelle hotel and the Woodmen of the
World building. Mr. Black of the Black,
Masonry and Contracting company claims
to be a crank on good locks and has
insisted on having a very high grade of
hardware for thla new Grain exchange.
WILL BE GREATER Catch Fish and
OMAHA SATURDAY I EZeL
u pun il U.I. JU1UCI
I rlhlns three to four pounds. Later the
ansli'is hail tliem served in the diner.
Application Made Before Judge
Redick South Omaha and Dun
dee Not to Contest.
WILL MAKE NO APPEARANCE
ENGLISH PROBABLE HEAD
OF THE RECREATION WORK
HEAVY TRAVEL CUTS DOWN
FLESH OF L BEINDORFF
it Is ia. tlrally settled thst C. H Kna
llsb. director of the calmer Park -
Third Trial of Case
of Wunrath Against
Furniture Co. is On
A Witrd trial of the personal Injury
damage ault brought by William Wun
rath, a Janitor, against the People's Fur
niture company, was begun In district
court before Judge Begley of Papillion,
who la presiding In court room No. 2 In
the absence of Judge Kstelle.
A former verdict for the plaintiff was
set aside recently by the district and su
preme oourts on a showing of alleged
fraud In the evidence presented by the
defense, leading a former Jury to believe
he had lost an eye In his fall In the
furniture store. Detectives who investi
gated Wunrath'a past history in connec
tion 'With an imaginary Inheritance of a
big eatate In Germany,' learned that he
had lost the eye two years prior to the
accident In the furniture sloi a and had
collected II. MO from an insurance com
pany for the loss of the eye.
Counsel Tor the defense in examining
prospective Jurors Inquired whether they
connected tiie oase in their minds' with
the fact that Wesley Gard served as a
Juror in the former trial. Gard was a
Juror whose alleged friendship for the
Bromes, attorneys for Wunrath, was ex
tensively aired in other court proceedings.
Hearing on applications for writs
of mandamus, filed br City Attorney
nine and directed against officials of
South Omaha and Dundee, will be
held before Judge Redick at 10 a. tu.
Assurances have been given In
both eases that no appearance will
be made or anything put In the way
to delay the Issuance of the writs,
which will be granted Saturday
morning. It is believed. 1
In the S'Mith Omaha caae Treasurer;
Martin and City Clerk Wheeler era cited j
aa having refused to deliver public rec- j
ords and funds when demand was made I
by legally constituted officials of Omaha, I
In a legal manner. Varioua Dundee of
ficials are cited In the application.
Attorney Henry Murphy, speaking for
the South Omaha officials, reiterated his j
roimer statement that no appearance
will be made Paturlay morning.
Tho retiring officials my they demand
tills court order aa protection for them
selves and bondsmen.
In ihe meantime Commissioner Kusel
Is assuming full control of the South
Omaha jnd Dundee police departments,
ahlch he Is merging Into one general department.
Base fiom the water, dlre.t to the fr -ingpan
l an Innovation that has been in
troduced on some of the .lining csis on
westbound 1'nlnn Pacific trains. llo- ;
ever, it Is an Innovation that even on
t':e 1'nlon Pacific Is not likely to remain
Out In the vicinity of Gothenburg there I
Is an Irrigation ditch that runs close to j
the I'nlon raclflc tracks. The other day ,
while passenaer train No 1! waa belli !
kAM a I rinlhanhiitv fnr nnUri Vrnl t
passengers got out their fishing tackle
and commenced casting for basa In the
Irrigation ditch 1 hat at the time aas
bankfull with water that had come In
from tha North Platte river. The train
did not remain to exceed twenty minutes,
but during that time It Is asserted that
fifteen bass were taken, some of them
tern, t'hlciin, will take tie position of
supervisor of lecreatlon here at a salary
of $2. .Vii) a year. Mr. Knllsh has wired
he m ill lie here Friday to ronli'r It Ii
the re. real Ion board l.nuia flelmlnrf. 1 Itv pssser.er saent.
ll was burn In l.lneo'n and is venis of the Cnlnn Pacific, has lost tn pounds ; re any
of e of flch In aa many days, not on secount i Omaha slatted with the close of tha pub-
of illness, but because of hard work. 1 1 1- schools, and everv day sine then It
Tiee Wsnt Ads Produce Tteenlts I "It' like this." snld Mr. Ttlerndorff. ' hss hern growing heavier."
"Apiarently everybody wants to go west.
Tl.eie has newr been such a rush of peo
pie r St tills time. They are going west
I nv trntnioans ami mere nrn ' sm in
he any leti:p. The heavy travel from
f Y up ji - 1 f jslJ
J Bleached. I-ineh, g I 1 -A rT-1 YS- I H Xs r-VtN rTiy K tor children, all
D extra fine quality, W
soft finish. full
vleces. e value,
f Friday, a yard
H ioft sheeting; - U AAUU V aV aMWAHVAIiSi V tafVaA VIV
Hllrl UP tO '2. ftp
riai II v tT lrad. m.
m aw ar a. r m. fe a -
Stop That Couth ow.
Whn you catch cold or begin to cough
take Dr. Bell s Flue-Tar-Honey. It pene
tiatea the throat and lungs. All druggists.
Apartments, nars, tioums and eottagas
can be rentedqulckly and cheaply by a
Beo "For Font"
hardwood floors if
a little 3-in-une nas
first been poured on it.
Removes heel marks
scratches, signs of wear. Re-1
news, protects, preserves.
No dust. A Dictionary of
IftA Mk.. iimb MrltK everv hmtl. j
IOC 25c, 30c all atoras. t
Threv-ln-Ona Oil Co. f-f
? Curtain Goadi
D voiles, scrims and
nd household use, aef
70c values, each r-
In Our Bargain Basement Store
One lot of rem
nants of' curtatti
goods, such as
voiles, scrims and
marquisettes, vai- fj
M ues up to 100. a
r-r I In I liit Knrrrnin KncAtnonr tnr
mfk. OaC J waa a-rvaa Duiii Muowaaawaa. mwiv ffiffc?.
ffilj ULTITUDES of inducements of the most surprising character are kfcB3
ax nere to tempt tne snrewa snopper. xivery counter is iaaen ana every gf
4! and 4x Inch
slips, made from
food quality nius
in. Uic values.
Our Own Importations
Along with the collection of Jnpanose birds, dogs
curios, etc., now being exhibited on tho third floor, i3
a highly interesting showing of our own importations
from Japan, priced exceedingly moderate.
The showing includes:
Japanese Wearing Apparel and Novelties
BRANDEIS STORES BUY
ENTIRE STOCK OF SHOES
P. A. Pierce & Co., Council Bluffs' old
est shoe concern, with a reputation
throughout the country for reliable mer-
chandlsa. have decided to go out of busi
ness an 5 have aoid their entire stock of
nearly 20.000 nalra of shoes to J. U. Bran
dels & fotii at 44 cents on the dollar.
The stock conslsta of all high grade
shoes, such as Strong A Garfield for
men. Wright fc Peters for women, etc..
In excellent condition, many lines being
Intact. This atock will be placed on aata
by J. L. Traiideis & Sons In the near
Hand Einb. Centers nnd Scarft
A Collection of Beautiful China
Vases, Plaques, Cracker Jara,
Lamps, .Mayonnaise, Celery Trays,
Sugar and Cream Kalnds, ' Hair Receivers,
Plates, Hon Rons, ' Celery Sets, etc.
Tea Caddie, Boudoir Sets,
Other portions of the exhibit include Japanese
ivory, Japanese dolls, Japanese pipes, pictures, paint
A bit of old Japan is our third floor this
week, with its fete trimmings and air of an
oriental market place. Come and pay it a visit.
HIGH WILL TRY FOR THAT
AVho can prove that 25 per cent of the
Insane are so as a result of liquor traffic?
F. A. Higlu Omaha district superintenT
dent of the Anti-Salobn league, will un
dertake to get ll.OuO tor proving it.
A. L. Meyer la the man aald to have
offered 11,000 to any man that can prove
that statement and a lot of other alleged
atatiatics about the evil influences of
li.iuor In anti-saloon posters. Mr. High
has written Meyer asking to have tha
controversy go to three Judges before
whom High will try to make his
MOHLER HEARS SON-IN-LAW
HAS JOINED THE COLORS
A. K Mchlcr has received word from
his acn-ln-lsw. Amanlo Senna, a resident
of Italy For the present the young man
las givtn up Ms law practice and baa
joined the Italian army, enlisting in tha
artillery inn of the service. His regi
ment is atatloned at Turin, 100 to lbO
mlltj from the war sone. but he has no
Idea when he will be called to the front
His wife Is atlll at Milan.
Diarrhoea Qalrktr tkr.
"About two jears ago I had a severe
attark of d arrhoea which lasted for over
a wek." writes W. C. Jones, Buford, X.
V. "I became so wek that I could not
stand upright. A druggist recommended
Chamberlain's Coll: and Diarrhoea Rem
ely. The ti'st dose relieved me and
within to days I waa as well aa ever. '
Obtainable evetyw here. Advertisement
H V I I
4 rni i in
0 Friday, each J
V Id-Inch, unbleach- CJ
a ed, extra weight, f
full standard U 1-. IJ
1 grade, heavy fa
quality. Special 3
is Prldav. off thejji
S bolt, yard C$M
C mm J?
Ik la g 1 a-1
cranaeis apeciu w
Corset for stout ffl
figures, made of T!
durable c o u t I I. (J
well, boned; extra aw
aisle lined with thousands of chances to save, and every special value is
created on new desirable summer merchandise of the wanted quality sort, h House Slippers 2
house slippers, all m
sites, rulrher heels.
Wperlal.1 a pair PI
Theee rotton fabrics offer unlimited possibilities In the way of cool attire In exchange for very small f. r
Tempting Array of Cotton Fabrics
Dainty and crisp weaves, the colorings being the most charming of the season's newest tints.
Fine Quality Dress (Jlngham In all the leading
stylet, light and dark grounds. Kiill pieces to
select from. 10c quality, f
Friday only, yard OC
27-Inch Beautiful Sheer, Summery Batiste and
Lawns. Printed Iace Cloths, Ktc All choice le
signs, absolutely fast colorings.
8c value, yard
36 Inch Fine Quality Press Percale Light and
dark gronnds. neat dots, stripes and figures,
rull standard make. 10c alue, Friday, QQ
Beautiful 40 Inch Voile, Seed Cloth, Rice Cloth.
Ktc All the latest printings, bookfold. Full 1
pieces to choose from. Uic and 19c
values, yard J U
Women's fine cot'-'
ton pants, umbrel
la knee St vies.
Onulne Nurse Stripe Dress Zephyra York and sisea 4, B and .
Bates best grade. In all the wanted shades. f f 'c J'li"' P,f
12Sc values. Friday, yard 7l Vv 14 A
27-Inch Beautiful Sheer. Shadow
white. The latest, dainty white
women's walats, dresses and outing
costumes. 12Hr value, yard".
Thousands of Yards of All Kinds ef Wash Goods accumulated during the busy weeks selling from
our regular stocks. Including 86-Inch Dress Percale, Dress Ginghams, Iwn. Printed OfL
Batistes, Dimities. Calicoes, etc. Values up to 10c. While they last, yard
Sires V to S
a -v t -
I. .... ...
ll sain, wun neavy
CZ garters attached IJ
Pi 49r P
ls "av M
9 Uaii SoiU u
Women's fine rut-
ton union suits.
R umbrella knee
atvlea. 26c auallty.
B on sale now for.
Tsngo Chiffon (Bookfold), 86 Inch Summer Kl- I Best Grade Apron Gingham Pure indigo dye, ab
mono and Wranner Cloth In a choice assortment aolutely fast colors In all the wanted checks and
of leading styles. I'nshrlnkable. fast otPjf broken effects. Regular c value, yl lAr t
IBc talue, to close Friday, yard I Friday, ysra
32-lnch Finest White Pllsse Crepe for women sunderwear. athletic suits, etc. t-vj
Women's flna cot
ton vests. full
taped. 10c valuaa
Worth 15c, yard
Corset. 4 Wr I Trrl
routil and Batiste y JLillllJI UlVACl ICO TT UY V11UV1 JL A IVV
Torset. medium Ji ew , W
and low top. long fj " JSSJmmZTSISSS .
ri.. ,c .. nAat-fi tmhrnlrUru hirsrainc we have ever offfrd. exoelli:!? all other tv J .
II1C IliUOl nUIIULIIUI I IHLIUKILl I r'HiH.ii - ''.- - - 1 r
p' Shirts, Drawers
0R dosen men'a Z
. fancy balbrtggan (1
fj ahlrts and draw-, g
- m r m m i m it nnrn.
9 mesh shirts and Ct
fj drawers. Worth to ' ft
50c. Special J
nrttahle emhrni.lerv salts.
. . . . , j
18-inch camPTic, swiss, organoy ana nainsooK nounc
ings and corset cover embroideries, Jilet and eyelet de
signs, neat patterns.
45-inch crepes, voiles and swiss flouncing, a beau
tiful selection of new designs.
54-inch batiste and swiss flouncintjs, very pretty
Embroidery edges, insertions and band, neat pat- IS Inch Swiss, Nainsook and Crepe Embroideries. -to
terna, very good quality. Worth f- Cprset Cover and Embroidery noun
I cing. rruriD -lit...
Worth up B
up to 16c
F.xtra values In
rwt fittlnar hraa-
D sieres, front or
s bsck emhrolderv
P. trimmed. Sisea S4
r to 48
5,000 Women's, Misses' and
Women's and eh II- fj
dren's flna eetton !
hosiery, fast Q
black, seamless. Sa
double heels, toes
knit rt 1 a Pft1tM ma
i 6c n
or - nea ftoc&i - ia
q ' Men's heavy array M
7 mlied cotton
H sooks. Worth to
fe, lifea a pair, bow
sn sale. at.
r"7 .sTi This frreat monev-savine sale will be continued Fndaf and haturday.
.vJ mi - 1 -ollection 'of special purchases from overstocked makerarthe
IJ dresses and the prices sneak for themselves. . i j
tin . 11 'IO
poros mesh and fine W tiite ana voioreu jum
ribbed union suits. . . ,
'.rvueK P mer Dresses, val- QC
r Union Suits (3
t"9 .One lot of men'a VJ
tt ues up to $5
OUC c.;n. a,., W,iri1 Di-phkps $2.00
11 S IV aill m a a-ia ' x. ....... T
Cliildreirs Wash Dresses. ; . . . . ,43c
5 (2SC I
Men'a Conde mesh
union suits and
S A. . . mm
Fine White and Colored Wash r Wo.U
r allk boot
la values. f-
Tlnnao anH Pnrvn mvititM. HOC t 1C. . 9
ivr... - " - ' - - ....... r A 1 LIC B .
a ill w T w tlitb auu vuiuiwu ii uaM j Worn
Dresses, wonderful e1 fill P iSr
values P JJ m isSS:
Rompers and T)rese3 18c L
ine tumax or v aiue uivmg
lisle ribbed union
suits. Values up to
;& dosen men'a
nits. Knee lensjth.
Worth fiQr, spe
cially priced, suit
; O Oxfords
Will Be Reached Friday and Saturday in bur Basernent Clothing Dept.
Men's and Young Men's Suits
We bought 685 suits from a Chicago manufacturer at less than cost to manu
facture. These suits are' pure worsteds, and cassimeres. All sizes and colors.
8.5o to $12.00. values, Friday and Saturday
end straipved allp
para; taa and
Meek. H a n, d
turned ' sewed
solas, all stses.
Worth to 11.14.-
k-r at a a i a
Nearly 1.009 palra M
men'a flna dreaa Vi
oxfords. patent U
1.10U Pair Mn's Pants Pure worateds. S2.B0 and
$3.50 values. Ftlday and Saturday.
Union Made Overall 49c
We bought the surplus sleek of Sllpon Raincoats
front a Chicago manufacturer at less than coat to
manufacture. (2G coats worth 13.60 to
$6.00, Friday and Saturday
M) paira tomin'i
tan, black- and
mhlte, odds and
ends, (almost every
size, h n w e v e i t.
Worth from II up.
nn bargain table
Friday, a pair
j Wnnderru barcrains ror
(1 w'' -
Lice Curtilns ve
Two cases of trav.
Sa t,tnn inens sam-
as pies of laca cur- mm
ft tains. Values to U
I5c each, will o
W ... . .. .a
mM Q"V IUII SIX liri SJ
U curtatns. Values
H to II a pair, mill 9
J. he sold Krldsy for. K
O each -m
r. or. w.
for Friday, choke.
a calf and tan calf. f
button and bluch-' j
ar lace. Worth wp ft
to ll.ao. pair , J
( $1.95 Jl
In the Basement Department
hio- table full of Miehtly soiled wash suits I 35c Boys' Blouse Waists 19c
that are worth 75c and ll.oo. Mostly Rus
sian and Eton styles, Oliver Twist and Middy
styles in the lot. Specialy priced 25c
One case of full
bleached ' c r a a h,
aoft and absorb
ent: linen finish.
Worth Ir, 'special
i - ii l j . a . a 4 KtincA in 1 enln. 1
run cui ana cn sctu uiuujw m -,ki so
did selection of light and dark patterns. t
Plain niue, duck ana wimc 1Q.P ' f
Ut..cc i,,-lii.He-l ;mrial 1 I ,ta.-iifVvJ
uiuuj.j iiiwiuuvu. r - a"" '-'mmrrnw V w
if Table Damask i
if Mill enda of J
If bleached and n
A BIG KNEE PANT SALE
mwm mm. m aT. afX W f mm sxT e.i.i.
K(r 7 he. and bven 1.UU s.nee ranis w y.v.?n 5.... b
wwwj "l ri lensins: mercer- m
Odd suit pants in splendid tweeds and cashmeres. Khaki pants in different shades; Q iJ ..a i..
uaa sun r'i3 j in trs irht ly stvles. hverv or on IZt
crasn ana vjaidica u j-.m - jrCO ovc
size, 3 to 17 years.
t - . . U Notion, in the Basement oJT TowelsV
a tXtri apCCUl aj J- f '' Crochet l ot- . 3;C H , h" lr'sd. all V l uoo 4c and ic
About 0 table Ti loo Spool . , KJ j.rstty stterns. f te!s and wasli i
clirfhs; full bleach
ed in a variety of
These are two yd.i.
iirlccd. at h -
Kktra Hood Screen r ly Baiiera
10c grade, eai-h
Kuat-t'roof lres I'lssps All
Una Bis 1-ot of Wash Kdsrs. His Tspe
and Itlck Hack Urald All best qlty. Holt,
iiic Notion Hoe Kjieclsl Krldsy,
reyuiar sice. In
Plain. frliHieJ and
II. ill vsliier
imLmAjUMJ a Bat
cloths, helmed W
ends th fancy M
bi rders. Choice for jS
Krlday. each aaf
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