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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1915)
TIIF. BKE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. JULY 10, 1015.
. LEAYESJER HOME
Twehre-Year-Old Bluffs Miss,
Scolded by Parenti for "Puppy
Love," Rum Away.
EE TURKS WITH NEW IDEAL
j Puppy love!
' Remember those days, Grownup
Oh. the heartaches! The joys! The
miseries! The ecstacles!
t Who hasn't a memory of the days
beyond recall, tucked away In some
forgotten heart's nook?
j Even policemen have.
"When 12-yeaj-old Grace McClure. 800
Eighth avenue, Council Blurfs, sothed
hrr heart out early Friday morning- at
headquarters station aa she nestled tn
ttie comforting- arms of an attache, many
ere the sighs of time hardened coppers
whose recollections harked them bach to
that tragic period of human develop
ment that permits such maladies.
.Little Graco, with her freckled nose,
checkered gingham frock and pitfalls
tied up with a bit of wrinkled ribbon,
looked Just as though she had stepped
out of soma magazine cover designed by
the Inimitable Lejrendecker looked Just
like the title girl who In tho long ago
we menfolk used to let chew our gum
or give our apples to at recess. Such
little characters as Grade McClure made
famous Mark Twain, Booth Tarklngton,
Erf! win Sabtn and other w filters of chlld-
Foand at Midnight.
It was midnight when she pounded on
the front door of the home of Mrs. Mary
Kerrigan, 2510 Sherman avenue, and
whimpered that someone waa following
her and she waa afraid. After vainly
trying to elicit information, the Kerri
gan telephoned the police.
On the way to headquarters In. the ton
neau of the .emergency auto a reporter
stole his arm around her.
' Don't cry, Grace. Tell ma what's the
matter. What made you run away from
home? Was your mother scolding you?"
he said, softly.
.Like a little, chick that finds comfort
in the dark cosiness of the old cluck's
protecting Wing, she burled her face.
'Was Fhe,' Gracfc? ' Tell me as though
I were your blv brother."
; "She-e-he-he-ehe didn't want me to go
with a b-b-boy!" More sobs.
("And so you ran away from home?"
Talks I.Ike an Uncle.
"Why, Oracle! You're too young to
have a beau don't you know that? Tou
don't want to get married do you? You'd
have to wash and wipe the dishes, and
cook, and sew, and waah and iron, and
sweep and do oh, ever so many things."
4"I-I-I have to do all tlmt-Ral, now!"
V'Yes, but you don't want to get married
soon. You'd make all the other little
girls Jealous. You see, most little boys
don't want to get married, until they've
grown up. Why, even I'm not married.
There wouldn't be enough marriageable
little boys to go around, and that would
make the other little girls mad when
you got married,' so they'd say mean
things behind your back. They'd talk
about your beau, too. .-That's what your
mamma wanted to protect you from, so
be scolded you."
Eddie Lares Graels Only
"They wouldn't talk about Eddie, All
tse girls like him, but he only likes me,"
she soberly confided, choking back a
stray sob. .
j"Yee. they'd talk about htm, and you,
lea You go back home, like a good little
girl, and maybe mamma will forgive you,
and after that, you must mind her and
not play with the boys too much. You
will, won't you?"
"That's a good girl.".
,"Sa- you're Just like my uncle. - He
al.vaya talks so nice to me."
About this time the station was
reached. Inside, Oracle, no longer a love
lorn little larvae, but now entering' upon
th next epoch of human development,
evinced a lively interest in the policemen,
the fire bell, and Sergeant Marshall's
Off Old Love, On New.
"When you grow up, Oracle, you can
learn to ubc a typewriter and then you'll
be a stenographer and have all the chew
ing gum and moving pictures you want,"
the friend confided to her. guiding her
dimpled hands over the keyboard as she
slowly punched put her name.
Writo Eddie's last name, Oracle," the
;''Naw-aw! I d' wanna! I don't like him
any more. He always picks his nose."
Then shyly, "I like you. What's your
name?" . ,
'It waa 1:30 o'clock in the morning that
Oracle s fattier. Patrick McClure, switch
man for the Chicago Great Western, ar
rived at the station. For nearly eighteen
hours he and his friends had been dis
tractedly looking for the little runaway,
who had left her home early In the
morning. , '
"Come on Grace. We're going home,"
he breesily announced. Mr. McClure all
along has understood, with much amuse
ment, h'a little girl's "puppy love."
All right, papa." Then to the reporter
who had spoken so softly and so nicely
to her, he shyly held out her hand.
"Ooodby, you're awfully nice. Goodby."
Ooodby. Oracle," the rest of the sta
tion crew chorused.
Then they sighed, for little Grade's ad
venture had made them all young again.
South Omaha May
Pay More for Its
Milk in Future
It Is rumnml that milk mav he nlu.,1
1 cent a Quart In South Omh rmnnt
of new dairy and milk regulations being
enfmvet by the city health department.
Milk there has been lower than In Omaha.
Thursday evening Health Commissioner
Connell and lalry Inspector Bossle met
the Souh Omaha milkmen and Instructed
them In the requlrementa enfnrr-erf in
1twi WHrt MIY WAY HUT
inv uiiv uvi uni vui
Appear at Recruiting- Offioe for Re
Enlistment After Hating" Pur
chased Their Discharges.
BOTH ARE TAKEN BACK AGAIN
Getting out of the fnlted States army
by purchase la not a very common way
of getting out. It's expensive, compared
to a soldier's pay. and moat men prefer
to serve out the time.
But two men came Into the local re
cruiting station the other day who had
purchased their way out of previous en
listments. One of them had left tr the
purchase route twice.
And here they were, both back again
Ouy I Gundersnn of Cody, Neb., en
listed January 1 191J, going to the Four
teenth Infantry. About fourteen months
later he decided he didn't like the In
fantry and he bought his way out.
On August 1. 191S. he enlisted In the
t'nlted States marine corps. He stayed
there for about eighteen months and then
ho again longed for freedom. Ho bought
hie way out again.
Both his discharge papers showed that
hi character eas "excellent." So re
mitting Sergeant Hanson gave him an
other "try" at the Infantry.
Scarcely had Mr. Ounderson Joined the
colors again when Anton fiyacua entered
the office and said he wanted to Join the
army. He Is of Russian birth and gave
the address of his nearest relative as
I'elumy, Russia. (Corporal Blackett re
marked that this seemed like a rather
"dtetnnt" relative. Har. har, har!
Anton had leen with the First Infantry
at Honolulu for a year and four months
when, on April S. ISIfi, he divided he
didn't want to finish hi enlistment and
bought his way out. He a'so was re-en-listed
and hose the coast artillery as
the branch In which he will serve.
Asks for Divorce
Mary R. fHonecypher has filed suit for
divorce from her h unhand, Abraham I
Monecypher, who has a printing estab
lishment at Twelfth and Howard street.
They were married at Peru, Neb., In
1M. Since September. 1911. the plaintiff
ha resided tn Uneoln, where the chll
dryi have been attending the state uni
versity. She alleges that her husband
has earned fft.ftiO and upwards a year, and
that he has given her only H& to $S a
month for the support of herself and
children. Also that he has allowed the
Installment on the home whlrh he pur
chased for th use of the family while
living In IJncoln to lapse jm, and that
they are threatened with ffirerloaur.
The petition states that he formed a
business partnership with R. C. Van
7.andt, a married woman. Incorporated
for tlfl.mo and states that he waa con
tinually In company with this woman, and
that he had threatened to abandon his
wife unless she would appeal for an abso
lute divorce. She asks for a divorce and
Judgment In the aim not less than fl.WW,
A "For Palo" ad will turn second-ban
furniture Into cash.
CMAHA LOOKS GOOD TO
"After visiting many cities during the
'sat few months, I want to tell you
Omaha looks mighty good to me," re
marked C. J. Smyth upon his return.
Mr. Smyth has been engaged in special
work for the United States Department
of Justice. He will remain here for some
time. Just now he Is preparing to take
the shoe machinery esse from the Massa
chusetts courts to the United States su
preme court. The government lost In th
SbUTH OMAHA BILL POSTER
SERVES WITHOUT AUTHORITY
According to a resolution adopted by
the dty council heads of the dty de
partments must file, on or before July is,
a list of all former South Omaha and
Dundee employes retained since consoli
dation. ( 'onimisvioner Butler siserts a . iim la
serving in South Omaha as billposter and
is rollwtiiig fees, sllhough there Is no
legal provision at this time for such an
July Clearance Offerings That Will Center Interest Here
Values shown In every department that will convert interest into desire, and desire into quick determination to pos
sess, even to the extent of buying for future need. Items listed are only an index to tho many splendid opportunities.
Phenomenal Bargains in Summer Dresses
I IflN i
SsMsbbwWmmiIi l II iimsnbs ! II I" 'i S
1,000 beautiful dresses
just received and in
cluded with regular
stocks in three won
derful bargain lots
Phenomenal, not only in point of val
ues offered, but in breadth of assort
ments of charming designs for your
selection the choicest lot of values
we've ever offered.
Dresses Made to Sell at $7.50 to $12.60
White Dresses,! .'
Dresses Made to Sell at $15.00 to $25.00
In Oepe do . Dainty Nets and
ttiines, 8Uk Taf-1 $ f g ,
feta Rntbroid-l fJother f"brtt.
ered Organdies,) j the newest mid
1lnens, Vol lee, J I summer styles.
CLEARANCE SALE OF SOTS
Immense assortments for your selection, up to
$66.00 values, in three lots for Saturday's sale,
815.00. $19.50 and 25.00
New Palm . Beach Suits, 86.05. $9.05
New Sport and Street Coats, $5.95 to $12.50
New Sweater Coats $5.00 up to $10.00
New Wash Skirts ...$1.05. $2.95. $3.95
New Waists at.. $1.05. $2.95. $3.95 I'P
Charm ln New Gowns and Dreesee .Made to
Sell at $35.00 to $48.00
!n fine Lace Embroidered
Nets, Georgette Crepes and
Taffetas, distinctive in de
sign, greatest value ever of
fered at ,
IN THE CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT
Pretty White Dresses, values to $5.00, sizes 4
to 1 4 years, choice go 0"
Children's Colored Dresses to $6.00 values' in
all sires .SI f)K
Children's $2.00 and $2.60 Dresses 7.05s
The Shirt Sale of Shirt Sales Here Saturday
Men who see these will buy not by one's and two's, but
in half-dozon and dozen lots. You never seen equal values
at our July Clearing sale, price G9
Shirts Worth $1.50, $2.00 up to $3.00
Choice of line Madrases, Pongees, Soisettes, Fercales
and mercerized fabrics in an almost endless assortment
of new colors and best styles, with or without collars.
Over 3,000 shirts, all sizes to choose from.
$3.00 to $6.00 Shirts, $1.98 and $3.45
50 dozen high grade Silk shirts in all sizes, satin strip and
other popular styles. All tho season's most wanted colors.
Clearance of all Summer Pajamas
$1.00 values, choice 69c; to $4.00 values, $1.98.
1 ,2M) Fine I'nlon Suits, made to sell to $3.00,
nainsooks, ribbed, crepe, mercerised and silk
finished fabrics, all styles and sites, Q84
Men's 60c Wash Ties, choice 25
Men's 26c Wash Ties, choice 12H
Men's 25c Paris Garters, pair 19
IN DOMESTIC ROOM SATURDAY.
Men's Vnlon Suits, worth to $1.00, all kinds
and styles, in Saturdsy's sale, choice.. 49
Men's ; Two-lMec-e I'ndorwear Shirts or
Drawers, regular 60c garment values, Satur
day ,. -.25
July Bath Towel Sale
Main Linen Section
Extra Large, Bleached Bath Towels, double
absorbent, made of softest finish, pure
bleached yarns, each. 25. doien, $2.75
Heavy, generous slie, Bleached Bath Towels,
Manufacturers' Perfection trade mark
at each, 19. doien, $2.15
Bath Towels, 21x41 slse, pure bleach, soft, ab
sorbent and well-made, superior to ordinary
quality, at ......each 15. dosen, $1.05
Bath Towels, 20x40 slse, a value much superior
to average towels, splendid weight,
at each, 12s. doien, $1.40
Hayden's Turkish Knit Wash Cloths, soft as
down, sanitary bleach; package contains M
dosen, per package 25
Ladies Sdk Parasols
Values up to $5.00, In the seasou'a
most desirable styles and colors,
big assortment 59
Children's Parasols, dainty styles,
made to sell to 50c, in one in
big lot Saturday liC
Jaly Clearance Offers Savings of Easily
Half in Neckwear, Veilings, Handker
chiefs, Ribbons, Hand Bags.
Ladles' Neckwear, worth "5c,
at , 10
Ladles' Neckwear, worth 36c,
Ladles' Neckwear, worth 60c,
Fancy Veilings, worth 25c,
Auto Veils, worth $1.25
Ribbons Regular 25c values
Men's Straw Hats, tillS
to $3.00 values, at . .y I
Your choice of the en
tire stock (Panamas ex
cepted), a broad assort
ment of up-to-date styles,
and all kinds."
MEN'S PANAMA HATS
Regular $4.00 to $8.00 values,
$2.95. $3.95. $4.95
Take your pick of the entire
stock you'll find It a classy
Auto and Outing Hats
In Silks, Linens, etc, big as
sortment of 50c up to $1.60
values, on sale Saturday,
at -29 and 75
Need a Trunk,
Grip or Suit Case?
For that vacation trip.
Hero's your opportunity
to save largely Saturday.
A 25 DISCOUNT
from regular low prices
on any trunk, grip, or
suit case in stock.
Genuine leather bags,
.leather lined, at. , . .$3.95
Genuine cowhide suit
case, with straps, at.$3.95
Trunks $3.95 up.
Ribbons Regular 36c slues
Ribbons Regular 60c values
Ribbons Regular 76c values
Hand RaJIS 12.60 VSlUSS
Children's Handkerchiefs, worth
6c, at 2Vt
Ladles' Handkerchiefs, worth
10c, at T 4
Ladies' Handkerchiefs, worth
15c, at 7
Ladles' Handkerchiefs, worth
2 5c, at 10
Ladles' Auto Hats, worth $160,
Ladles' Auto Caps, to $1.50 val
ues 40 and 08
Ladles' Auto Bonnets, $1.60
values, at OS
Hand Bags, $1.00 values.. 25
Hand Bags, $1.25 values. .30
Hand Bags, $2 values. $1.00
20' Discount Saturday on all fine Hand Bags and Purses
Drug$ and Toilet Goods
Why Pay More
11.00 bottle Lambert's Llsterlne
60c bottle Phenolss wafers... 850
So bottle Dr. Hlnkel's Cascara
II. 00 8ol Hepatlra 9o
13.75 Horllck'a Malted Mllk..ta.7
t.ee's Hair Shampoo arte
10c Palm Olive or Jap Rose sua i
4 10c bars Peroxide or Castile
soap for flfto
Ibc ran Williams' or Sweetlani
$1 60 bos I.e Trefle or Aiurc.i
1.60 bottle Oriental cream... S80
76c Jail Halts 500
60c Pebeco Tooth Paste Sfto
10c traveling package of towels
and etc Bo
60c Powder Rouge de Lux Bfto
Xiw and eomplst 11ns of Bath
July Clearance Specials
On Fourth Floor
92.7.1 Hammocks, full size,
with valance and pillow,
good weight $1.08
$1.7.1 Hammocks, extra large
size, with wide valance, pil
low and concealed spreader,
$l.RO Fringed Hammock,
with good pillow, at.. 08
Hterl Roller Kkatea, adjust
able to any size 49
Without Regard of Cost
Tksy are the "White Moaatala" kind. Tsw aa good,
aoas betters Ws have a large stock oa account of,
the cool, backward season, and tf you seed on now Is
jrtfu ehanos to buy a real bargain.
JS6-pound capacity White Mountain refrigerators,
white lined, guldfen oak case, regular price, !6.00. sale
price SI. 79
106-pound rapacity White Mountain refrigerator, whits
lined. Imitation ouk rase. Boston 3 -door pattern; regu-
lar price ti'iM'K sale price Slf.SO
lS6-poufid capacity Boston I-door pattern, gohten oak
case, white lined, regular pries 629.60. sals pries. .$33.00
160-pound capacity Btons White, stone lined White
Mountain, white oak case, S doors, best and most ex
pensive refrigerator made, regular pries 6400, saio
176-pound capacity porcelain lined, Boston, I-door type,
regular price 146.00; sale price 137.60
These are only a few of the rars barratag offered.
Our satire Una la oa sale at marvelous prloea.
, July Clearance Shoe Sale Saturday
Saturday we place on sale the balance of the
Kirkeudall shoes, together with the odd lots
In Men's Shoes up to $4.00 a pair. . . .$1.08
Men's Calf, Button or Ulucher, Welt Shoes, all
sites, splendid $3.60 values $2.50
Women's Slippers snd Pumps, values up to
$4.00 a pair, clearance price $2.50
Child's White Canvas Button 8 hoes, splendid
$1.60 values, sizes up to 114 75
. GROVER and QUEEN QUALITY
STETSON and CRQSSETT Shoes
i Child's tiun Mfial and Patent Mary Jaue
j Pumps, regular $1.60 values, clearance
I Price $1.00
j About S00. pairs Women's Oxfords and a few
Strap Bllpperb, regular $3.60 and $3.00 val-
; ues. for $1.00
! Barefoot Sandals, sites up to 2, good $1.60
j values, white, brown, and a few black, all
I calfskin., at 75
Shoes and Oxfords for Women,
Annual Summer Clearance
Beginning J nroQ Beginning
Monday i-uLC:5 Monday
The largest and most comprehensive
stiK-k of Fine Laces in Omaha
ALL AT CLEARANCE PRICES.
Wutch Sunday Papers.
July CUaranem Special in
Muslin and Knit Underwear
tJowns and Hkirts To $2.60 values, tn crepes,
nainsooks and muslin, beautifully trimmed with
lace and embroideries; on sale Saturday, your
choice for OS
Combination Hulls and Envelope Chemise To
$8.60 values, prettily trimmed with laces and
embroideries ......... $1.39
Cornet Covers and Ms.rcella lrawer Odd lots,
to $1.00 values, all prettily trimmed; choice,
Italian Silk Vests Embroidered or plain, albo
silk taped union suits; two specials
at...; 08 and $1.45.
Women's llsle I nlon Hnlts To 76c values, all
sixes; on sale at ....35c
Children' Crepe or Nainsook Gowns Daintily
trimmed; Saturday at ....30
Kxtra NporUIs in Bathing Hnlts Immense, as
sortments at $1.50 l'P
$7.50 Trimmed Hats, $ $49
Over 2C0 for
Large Sailors, Transparent
Urim Hats, beautiful Panamas
and Leghorns, Ostrich Plum.)
trimmed Turbans, small snug
fitting Turbans in smart and
rew effects: all classv hats and
L"---' will po fast nt sale price.
V Panamas and Milan Hemp Shapes
' uj i fw.yj'jf nmuui ill miOlfn ill t IHZ.V1X
different styles, hand-blocked Mil- A ft
an Hemps, Milan Tuscans, fine' y 1 UU
Panamas and hair-braid shapes, in H zr
white, black and colors, choice
It's Easy to Save 23 to 30 cn Living Expenses. Hayden's Grocery Prices Help Greatly. The I lest that
. Which Are a Hurprise to All. Try I's. Fant.v Wmi .,. ,. 1K -n-
J-lb cans Corn, Gresn, Was or Rsd ''' Tea Mftlns;. Ih iavs
Kldnty beans THS Hsrshry's Coaroa. vr lb SSo
i cutis CunieiisJ Milk, tall cans. SSo Til rBOPXJB'l BUTTem. CUBII
i -n. ckii aimsks Minion los AMD SKsO MAKaBT
. nm wai mils i.uuui y Htsrcu . . . . soi
Mai I men I'ranut duller, lb IKl
Tlif tx-M tuilk UiK.fl! Ollvm. lio
sns out--iiimrtri Oil or Mustsr-I
.Hal n-! 85s
41-lb. be Msb grade Diamond "H"
Hour, nothing finer for pies, cake.i
or hread. per Lss. 91.69
It lbs. best Cane Granulate! Hhk.t
7 lbs. White or Vellow t'orninei I 15i
7 lbs. 1'ancv itolled Hreakta.-i -
10 bars liiauioml ', Heat-'IOtM-An ir
the Market Afford
nd at Prices
Ths best t'resiuery liutter. In car
tons, i-r II SOS
The best Oesjnsry Buttsr, n bulk,
per lh S
(tand !alry Kutier, per lb Sto
It lbs. New Potatoes...
4 bunches Heets, Carrots
5 bunches Kadlshea
t bum-he Green Onlens .....
New ahhKse, lb ,,
New Peas, yt
fresh (ireen or Was Brans,
4 bunches Rhubarb
4 bunches Lsf Iettucs ....
f bunches Asparagus
Specials in Meat Department for Saturday
No. 1 hindquarters Spring; Umn, per
lo. i roreuuarters eprlns Lamb, per
No, 1 Pork Roast, per pound... So
No 1 steer Pot Koaat. lb. SltO-UW
No. 1 horns mads Bauaase, lb...S0
No. 1 frsah Rpars Rlba. lb IUo
No. 1 rib Boiling beef, lper lb...6Vo
11 roumls Leal laid for tl.OO
SMOKED MIAT SrSCIALTIZ.
nupreine Hani, per pound 1644s
No. 1 1'lcnlc hams, per pound .. 10,o
No. 1 lean Bacon, per pound. .. .IS Ue
No. 1 back Bacon. pr pound... 14 S
No. 1 Halt Pork, per pound Ug
Frsah D raised Caloksns at Waoll
PAYS TRY HAYDENS' FIRSTIT PAYS
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