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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1915)
brief cm news jLOOK FOR HAN WITH
THE SOAKED GOODS
eve Mat THw Vaaeoa Fi
lectrfe ferns, ST.SO. Borgeaa-Grendea.
CUa Chorion No. 41 picnio at Krug
park, July U.
"Today Complete Morlo lTgrj
claVId section ooar. end appear la
Tbo Boa EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what
tk varteua nwrlng ptrturt thtrs off ok
Weate to Ba Xepty Marshal 8. I'.
Jamison ot Butte, Neb., called on Mayor
lahlman thla morning In connection with
hla aaplratlona to ba deputy United States
marshal under Tom Flynn.
W. Wa VI. .nr Fl.hl.
wan pect to take action neat week on peace at the bottom Of the ocean), it
the appointment ot a welfare board and I about to sell several hundred
will suggest that th council appoint thousand dollars worth of damaged
i f- m,renan(jl86 that wu saved when
.... ' .... . , ,. , his ship went down. He is about to
Joia the Wary Albert Kunold. It, I " ... , . .
on of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kunold. of WIS U these alleged shipwrecked goods
North Forty-aacond street, has cone to to the housewives of Omaha, accord-
Captain Swatch of Good Ship Corona
Putting Circulars on Front
BY THE BINQ-BAT-BUNCE CO.
Captain Swatch of the good ship
"Corona," (may Its hull rest In
Norfolk. Va.. to loin the navy
painter. Ha was born In Omaha and
waa graduated from Long school.
Oe to Brotherhood Coaventloa-
and Mrs. Bharap and daughter, Gladys,
left Wednesday morning for Chicago.
From there they will go to Cincinnati,
ing to the posters he has been dis
tributing on the front porches
When did tho "Corona" sink? No
But then, some 2E0 or SOO vessel have
BEATS TRAIN HERE
AND CATCHES WIFE
Carpenter at Dunlap. Ia., Finds Hit
Wife Registered at Local Hotel
With Another Man.
HE HAS THEM BOTH ARRESTED
Changes Her Mind
Before Very Altar
where they will attend the convention of been sent to the bottom In the warfare
the International Brotherhood of Sta- of the last twelve months, so It la a
tionary Firemen. good time to begin to talk "shipwrecked-
T.nok. ot nirTT a goods, atnce there nave been no Dig rirea
Bchurtg, superintendent of construction recently.
of United Rtatea aovwnment buildings. " no ' Wiain owatcnr ioooay
waa In the city conferring with Custodian knows. He Is not listed In the registers
Cadet Taylor of the local federal build- of "eagoing men.
lng regarding the rebuilding of the drive- ,nen tnere nave oecn lots or cap-
way and tracks at the rear entrance. r various names in me smpwrecss
The corridors of the building are to ba occasioned ny ine auDmanne, ana no
treated to a coat of paint and varnish, housewife of Omaha could be expected
to rememDer tne names or an or in em.
or to question the poster when It says
that Captain Swatch commanded the
BoasrH l New York,
Captain Swatch, according to the
I poster, la no longer as heavily interested
In the merchandise as is a company In
New Tork that bouaht moat of the cargo
At what atage of a wedding ceremony ,.vd. tm, ,omr,.ny ,. .iven on the
Is It permlssable for either party to tht L,,,,,, tne "Blng-Bat-Bunce company
nuptials to back down? That Is the Broadway.
question which Rev. C. W. fiavldg had Wno ninB-BaUBunce?"
to settle this week. He decided that he .Nobodv knows. But then there are
could atop the ceremony any time be- ota 0f clothing and general merchandise
rore tne parties naa answered tne quee- houses on Broadway, whose names are
tlona aa to whether they would take the ot known to the housewives of Omaha,
other for better or worse. and for that reason 'Blng-Bat-Bunce"
A couple appeared before the minister Mrve the purpose for the poster as well
with license and a desire to wed. Mr. as any other.
Savtdga had started to read the marriage I Robert Cowell of the Thomas Kllpa-
llnea when the bride-elect asked htm to j trick company, however, got one of the
atop. She wanted to know If it was too I posters on his front porch. It was in an
lata to change her mind. I envelope, although it did not come by
.The minister hesitated and then de-mall.
elded that It would be better not to con I Mr. Cowell had never heard of tho
tlnue the servicea If the woman had made "Corona." He had never heard of "Cap
tain Swatch." Also, although he maki
many trips to New York, he had never
heard of the "Blng-Bat-Bunce" company
Wants to Bee Samples.
80 he Informed his family that when
the agents come to his home to show
their sample of water-aoaked goods, he
wants them to receive encouragement to
bring their entire collection of samples
to the house. In the meantime he wants
to be called, for he wants to see the
Although It was a week ago, or more,
The Nebraska delegation of the Na- at the poster waa left, the agent has
nwi 7"- awvarva a-t mv uvweii ncwiie. 11 tj
has appeared, however, at homes In Dun
dee. At one place he took the order of
a servant girl for a dozen pairs of silk
hose at V cents a dozen. Just what the
Louis Wolverton. a carpenter living
at Logan, la., was at work yester
day on a Job at Dunlap. when a
friend drove up In a machine and
tc-ld him that his wife had been seen
boarding the train at Logan for
Omaha, and that she was with an
other man, named John Morris. Wol-
verton Immediately dropped hit tools
and boarded a freight train on an
other line Just pulling out for
Omaha. In some way he managed
to reach Omaha before the eloping
couple did, and, going to the sta
tion, saw them get off the train, and
followed them to the Lange hotel, all
the time being unseen by them.
The couple registered aa man and wife.
and Wolverton went at once to the
police station, where he swore out
warrant for their arrest. Detective Uoahy
and Officer Wade went at once to the
hotel with Wolverton," and located the
uouple in a room on the second floor.
'Wolverton was very much affected by
the affair, and when, after some delay,
the couplo was taken from the room, he
pulled out a knife, and would probably
have created some excitement but for
the fact that tho knife was taken from
Takea to Follee Station.
They were taken to tne police station
and are being held for the federal gov
ernment, charged with white slavery,
having crossed from Iowa to Nebraska.
The Wolvertons have been married
sixteen years, and have two children.
Louis Wolverton is a carpenter, and
has been working steadily, for years.
He owns the little home they had In
Logan, and did not suspect his wife,
although he knew that she had seen
something of Morris.
up her mind she did not desire to be
united in the holy bonds of wedlock with
the person then before the altar.
Consequently there waa no return made
on that ltcenae this week.
in San Francisco
tlonal German-American Alliance, which
meets In biennial convention in Ban Fan-
Cisco from August 1 to t, left for the
coast last night. The delegation con
sists of Val. J. Peter of Omaha, John
Mathes of Nebraska city and C. A. Bom
mar of Lincoln. Tha Nebraska delegation
will propose Omaha as tha next meet
ing place, although there la little hope of
winning out In the contest, many east
ern cities asking for the convention.
scheme is lr the hose sale ha not come
to light; but whan other members of the
family ahowed keen Interest, the agent
got away without taking more orders.
The poster states that when the ahlp
However, the Nebraska delegaUon hopes sank, moat of the cargs of merchan
that Omaha at some future time will be dlso waa saved, although soma of It wu
selected aa the convention city. Next water soaked. It represent that the rre
week will be German weak at the world's
fair and representative Germans from all
over the country will be In attendance,
Dr. Hexamer, the national president, who
oued portion waa sort 3d out, the aoaked
part out away and tho rest put up In
shape for the market It represents that
because of the tremendous bargain at
recently visited Omaha, will deliver the which it was bought. It can bo sold at
Martin Takes Out
Permits to Build
The Associated Retailers are interested
in the scheme, because they hold that it
cannot be genuine. The Ad club Is In
te rested from the standpoint of Its cam
paign for honest advertising.
25 New Houses Girl Brings Suit
Man for $25,000
and I will return your IS rents presently."
And he did'.
"Not only that," continued th patron,
"but on the trip down Conductor No. TO
sennrd to go out of his way to be polite
to people getting on and off of hla ear,
although a crowded car is not always
conducive to a sweet tenvper.
"Anyhow, my experience with Con
ductor No. 70S haa made me revise my
opinion of the company and Its em
ployes aa a whole.
"All the Jitneys in existence couldn't
put such people a No. 70S out of a Job."
concluded the patron.
ASK THAT SEPTEMBER 9 BE
OMAHA DAYAJ STATE FAIR
Thursday, September . Is the day
Greater Omaha would like to have at
the state fair as Omaha day. It was
September t last year, and the year be
fore and both were big suocessea. The
bureau of publicity haa written to
Secretary Mellor of the atat fair board
asking that thla day be made Omaha day.
Official notice haa not yet been received
from Secretary Mellor, but It Is expected
that this will be satisfactory.
Special trains will be run over the
various roads leading to Lincoln and big
automobile parties will be organised to
go to the fair on Omaha day.
Store Hours 8:30 A. M. to 5 P. M. Saturdays till 9 P. M.
South Side Man
Will wonders never cease?
Here la the account of a street rail
way patron who admits that the cor
poration and Its employes are not wholly
"Two women and myself were return
ing home Sunday noon," remarked the
patron, "getting on the Crosstown line
at Twenty-fourth street, going south.
The car was already well filled, and at
the corner where we boarded a number
"I stood at one side waiting for those
assembled to board the car, and while
doing so two are three persons stepped
aboard between my two companions and
myself. When I reached the 'contribu
tion box' I dropped in the price of the
fares, when one of my companions, look
ing back, called that she had paid the
"Judging according to past experience,
I said to myself, 'Good-bye 15 cents,'
when to my very great surprise Con
ductor No. 703 said:
" 'Tes, the lady ahead paid for three,
Yields To Lydia E. Pink
Elkhart, Ind. " I suffered for four
teen years from organic inflammation.
pain and Irregulari
ties. The pains in
my aides were in
creased by walking
or standing on my
feet and I nad such
awful bearing down
feelings, was de
pressed In spirits
and became thin and
pale with dull, heavy
eyes. I bad six doc
tors from whom I received only tempo
rary relief. I decided to give Lydia E.
rinkham's Vegetable Compound a fair
trial and also the Sanative Wash. I have
bow used the remedies for four months
and cannot express my thanks for what
they have done for me.
"If these lines will be of any benefit
you have my permission to publish
them." Mrs. 8adih Williams, 455
James Street, Elkhart, Indiana,
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com'
pound, made from native roots and herbs,
contains no narcotic or harmful drugs,
and to-day holds the record of being the
most successful remedy for female ilia
we know of, and thousands of voluntary
testimonials on file in tha Plnkham
laboratory at Lynn, Mass., seem to
prove this fact
If you have the slightest doubt
that Lydia 12. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound will help you.wrlte
to Lydia li. Plnkham Medici neCo.
(confidential) Lynn.M ass., for ad
vice. Your letter will be opened,
read and answered by a woman,
and held la strict confidence.
I " "H
A string of twenty-five houses Is to be
built at once by Char lea Martin com
pany. In his Minna Lusa addition. Belle
Isle addition and Laurel ton addition, In
the Miller park vicinity. The building Two months' acquaintance with a mar-
r..rmlta for thla string have lust been rled man la the basis of a suit for izo.ow
t.k.n nu Th.v ajrmaate 100.000. The damages begun In district court by Miss
houses average W.W0. The cheapes one Lura unermen. pretty j-year manicure
in the lot is to cost vz.ouo, ana tne mosi (' -".
.,, ,.. j I dent of the Omaha Merchants Transfor
Thi. will td another substantial lot na express company m umwia.
l..-r h.mM to theae alreadr note- P'awun until recemiy naa ocen
worthy additions platted within the last empioyea as a mamcunw in .n.
few years by Mr. Martin. Minna Luaa U shops. Bhe allege In her petition that
tha newest of these additions. Mr. n u .w-nwu w.m .
Martin says these twenty-five houaea are I l"t May. believing him to be a single
practically all aold even before they are men. ana mei in. m mm imiumu,
built lunui JUiy 01, worn, sne n iwhn
that he was married
TT n;l.N V.,, In the meantime. Miss Sherman al
OctVO AG IslllUlO UV leges, she had learned to love Mr. John-
sjuil BAUU il ivij vviii(rioi,iy uu ' e iiteuu
Very Small Margin K
Lieutenant T. M. Tipton, In charge of
the navy recruiting office, haa returned
from a ten-day visit to his parents at
Las Vegas, N. M.
"Anybody that thinks that New Mex
ioe is a dry part of thla country should I mcttinittu
visit mere,- no saio. 11 rainea seven
days while I was there. It was so cool
at night that I used blanket. Ot eours
this is due te the fact that La Vegas
is located pretty high up in tha moun
tains. "At one place I saw the most terrlfio
hall storm I ever heard of. The hail,
stones lay on the ground a foot deep."
An accumulation of young recruits
awaiting the lieutenant's return were
ushered Into the navy with bis Justly
celebrated admonitory speech. They
were Harry J. Hallworth, Lead. 8. D.;
Albert H. Kunold. Wli North Fortieth
street, Omaha; Arlington W. Hoover,
Naper. Neb., and Porter Knox, Holton,
Kan. The latter, in answer to the ques
tion on the application blank which asks
"Do you drink intoxicating liquor?" re
plied, "by very amall margin," which
was considered satisfactory.
On June 27, her petition says, Mr.
Johnson asked her to marry htm, and
sh agreed to wed htm whenever he
Miss Sherman "has suffered untold
mental anguish, grief and humiliation,"
she asserts, because "believing in the
of their relationship," she
permitted him to caress her.
On these grounds the plaintiff requests
the court to award her heart balm of
$3,000. Sh Is living at Hi South Twenty-fourth
MARRIED LIFE IS SHORT IN
THE COOL MONTH OF JULY
Married July J. earned that he dldnt
love July 4, and Tied suit for divorce
July 9, is the history of the wedded life
of Mrs. Maude Clark, who is suing Pres
ton Clark In district court.
The bridegroom told her he had
another sweetheart, th plaintiff alleges.
Clark la employed in a local garage.
Mr. Hasel Kimball is suing Roy Kim
tail on the ground of noa-support
as Well as in Omaha
In order to stimu
late our summer
huftloess, we offer
with purchase in
two fine pre
p 1 e t outfit
sold, we will
give this beau
I) R E S 8 EH,
massive and roomy, with extra larire French bevel plate mirror. With
every purrhaae amounting to $20.00 or over, we will give an elegant
Oak ROCKER, panel back, saddle seat deelgn. Roth theae premiums
are taken from our regular stock, and you are therefore assured that
they will prove equal to our usual quality. A glimpse at tne prtcee be
low will show that we actually GIVE these premiums, and IK) NOT
CHARGE FOR THEM through exhorbltant prices on other goods.
The protest against th erection of the
'BlUy" Sunday tabernacle within the
fir limit haa a counterpart over In Dea
Moines Just before the Sunday engage
ment over there last year. Whether the
law la the same in Des Moines as in
Omaha does not yet appear, but In Pes
Moines they managed to get around the
objection, and in hla opening sermon thla
Is the way the Rev. "Billy" lined it
eut as reported In th Des Moines papers:
"The man who says this tabernacle is
a fire trap has got a bead full of bulk
o)sters and sawdust. You couldn't bum
it down to save your glziard." he
shouted. "Tou Pes Molnea folk have al
ready broken on record. Tou mad more
fuss and kicked up more muss about
building thla tabernacle than any city I've
ever hit In seventeen years."
park, July 31.
No. 63 plcrue at Krug
A masslv place,
roomy and well
made, with larg
French bevel mir
ror. Ooldea qnar.
tered oak finish.
J $6.95 I
of genuine f nartes
aawed oak with
bent glass ends
ana oo. n. targe
roomy pleo ma
, an esoelJ-' .If. a
A sturdy table, bolted
out. Koomy drawer for
papar au4 othar valu
able, with lwn mag
aslne and book aaaU be
low, ri nlshed la mahog.
We rail your special
attention to our dis
play of sample plece
la our window at
HALF PRICE. Wa
show hundreds of val
ues Just a good.
I3TJ AND FARNAM SI
i "tr J gk x. Mm c gauss l : a i r ,1 i a i 1 g k
Thurwlay, July 89. 1B1IV.
BTORE NKWS FOR FRIDAY
Phone l. 1.17.
An Extraordinary Cloaraway of
MOES AT L00
IN THE BASEMENT FRIDAY
Apre-inventory movement that affords the season's
biggest shoe values offered in the city this season.
wuxatJM a o to 4 rujxLro, $iuu rfu
Several hundred pain of Women's V
Pumps and Oxfords that were in our
$3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 lines, at $1.00 v
MISSES' $1.50 PUMPS, $1.00
Mifts' Patent and Qunmetal Pumps,
two-strap style, were $1.60; Friday, $1.00
BOYS' $1.75 SHOES, $1.00
Little Boys' velour calf shoes, solid leather
soles, were to $1.75; Friday, pair $1.00
INFANT'S AND CHIL
DREN'S PUMPS, Were
to $1.23, at 79c.
Ankle and two-strap pumps, In patent and
dull leathers, were to 11.25; sale "7C
price, pair 7C
MEN'S OXFORDS THAT WERE
$3.50 to $4.00, Friday, $1.95.
From our regular lines, tsn Russia calf and black
velour calf oxfords, also tan Rub
sla calf shoes, button or lace
styles, were $3.50 to $4.00;.
25c Neckwear, 5c
INCLUD1NO flat collars, bow
ties, Jabots of lace, net and
organdy, soiled from hand
ling, were to 26c. now....
Linen, and linen lawn handker
chiefs for men and women, plain
white or colored border. C
25c Ruchlngs, 5c.
Also pleatlngs. white, cream and
colors, net and chiffon, E"
were to 26c, now
Laces at lc
Lacs and embroidery Insertions,
gocd selection ot aesigns,
Ices at BHc.
Val, torchon and Unen laces, new
designs, at, ZC
Also embroideries, chiffon and
nets, from H to 1 yards, each,
lc, 5c, 10c
arge -aa QQ. ameat.
Hoys' a.00 Hats, Boo.
Straw, felt and cloth hats, odds
and ends for the little or
fellow, were to $2, now..fcJC
Barge araaa Oe...amat.
Dots' 50c Rlousea, SOc.
Khaki and fancy wash blouses.
for ages 6 to 14 years
were 60c, now
argsse-aTaea Oe. .
Women's le Vests, 10c.
Women's good quality ribbed cot
ton vests, regular 19c
Bargees-Vaefc Oe. .
85c Union Salts, l&c
Odd lots ot children's union
suits, white cotton, high neck,
short sleeves, knee length, iq
low neck, sleeveless .... X 7C
BargesJfab Oe. aemealJ .
Women's 2Bc Hose, 10c.
Broken sites and discontinued
lines, In cotton or lisle,
argees-aTaeh. Oe. asemeat.
WOMEN'S OXFORDS THAT WERE
$2.50 to $3.51), Friday, 55c.
Hundreds of pairs lr. litgh shoes, also pumps
and oxfords, all small alses. from
our lines at $1.60, $3.00 and $3.60,
wonderful values Friday, per pair,
Women's HOUSE DRESSES That
Were Intended to Sell at $1 to $1.50 for
THESE dresses are good, desirable
styles, made of percales, chambrays
and ginghams, la a wide variety of pat
terns and colorings. Were made to sell
for $1 to $1.60; sale price Friday, 4&
Were $2.00 to $3.50 at 95c
A new lot, suitable for house,
porch or street wear. In
tended to sell for $3 to
$3.60; Friday, at.
Women's Petticoats at $1.60
Jersey top, flare flounce style, black and white stripes.
Women's $4.00 Petticoats $2.50
Black and colored taffeta, were $4, ciearaway price, Friday, $2.50
Women's $1.50 Peticoats 98c
Black sateen, made with extra wlds flare flounce, were $1.60; sal
price Friday, at.. og
Bargess-STaali Ce a asemeat.
BOc White Goods, 10c.
Double fold Flaxons and Linalree,
sheer materials la all white, fancy
checks and stripes, for waists and
children's dresses, usually " fn
2Sc; sale price Frldsy, yd. JLUC
Bargees-Beak Q asMai.
Corsets to $2.00, at 60c.
Corsets, broken lines, were to
$2.60, batiste, summer net or re
ducing corsets; sale price 2Q f
Friday, at OaC
urges-Wash Oo. a ems at.
Draaalers at 20c.
Front closing, embroidered yoke,
splendid fitting, good quality mus
lin, special, 25C
Baiges Waea Co. B aaemeat.
Friday at Each 7c
"VNB LOT, assorted sizes, very
special, wnue mey last, 'J q
Bath spray fitted with metal and
rubbed bulb, were $1.8; Friday,
Curtain Stretchers, 12-foot else,
ad Instable with brass stationary
pins; sale price Friday ... .60
Rhears, assorted alses and var
ieties, fully guaranteed, were
to $1.26; Friday 39c
O-Bo-Eiy combination Oil Mop,
Including 76c oil mop, 76c dust
less mop and 25c can of O-So-Ecy
oil. $1.76 value, for Ml.li)
Rullman Vacuum Washing Ma
chines, heavy galvanised tub,
easy running, 5 years' guarantee.
Toilet Faper, Regal Si It Tiwue,
regulsr 10c rolls; Frldsy, 4 n il
Bnrge-aa oe iaaaut.
Remnants of Wash Goods
at About j Price Friday
I7E HAVE assembled In one great lot all the short lengths of this
season s choicest wash fabrics,
each piece with yardage and pries
marked on sale tlckst the lengths are
desirable for waists, dresses and chil
dren's wear. Included are sheer woven
fabrics, fine madras cloths, tephyrs, percales, voiles, etc.
lot will ba about one-halt the regular price.
Dre&s Percales at 7VjC
Full stsndard yard wide dress percales, light, medium and dark
styles, bolts to buy from, at, yard 7H
10c to 15c White Good, at ZVtc.
Vsrlous grades white goods Muslins, ginghams, poplins, batistes
and lawns, crepes, etc.; lOo to 16e values, at. yard 3f
Barge Bash Oo Saaetaaat.
Men's $1.00 SHIRTS for 69c
A CLEAN-UP of summer shirts, soft collar, attached, coat style,
well mads, cut full In the body. In fact a full dollar's Q
worth for OaC
Men's 50c to 69c Work Shirts, 39c
Soft low collars attached, blue, gray and black, tha kind that sell
In other stores at 60o and c; special sale price In the base- on
meat, Friday OaC
Men's Underwear at 39c
To close a ease of men'a 2-plece Balbriggan underwear that arrived
late In the season. In one dsy, seconds of 69c quality, q Q
Men's Suspenders at 5c
Big lot of suspenders, some the elastic Is a little weak, others have
no elastic, some slightly soiled and shop worn, they were
made to sell st 26c, 36c and 60c. Your choice Friday, at. .. . OC
Bargees Basil Oo aasssea t.
Ciearaway of Sewing 'Machines
Ten Machines to Be Closed Out Friday
Including Rich veil known makes ns
M5nyr," "ioiw," "Th$ Fr;" "Par
agon" nd "Wizard."
SEWINO MACHINES were $25
SEWING MACHINES were $30
SEWINO MACHINES were $35
SEWINO MACHINES were $40
SEWINO MACHINES were $43
While some of these machines are slightly used, they are all
Just as good as new and every one is fully guaranteed. As there Is
only one or two ot a kind, It behooves you to be here eaator the
biggest values are certain to go fast.
TERMS S2.00 DOWN, f 1.00 A WEEK.
No mall or phone orders.
Banreee-aTaah Oe Third moor.
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