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TIFR BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915.
OYER HEW SCHOOL
Also Discus the Need of Forming
ThemielTet Into VigUanoe
PROTECTION FROM CRIMINALS
The Druid Hill Improvement club
met Thursday evening In Druid Hill
school. The old subject of a new
school house was discussed and &
committee, with J. H. Robertson as
chairman, was appointed to devise
means of furthering the Improve
ment ? Ths formation of a vigilance oommlttM
Was discussed, -the members feeling that
Something should be done to render that
part of the city safer from crime.
The following chairmen of committee!
were appointed: T. B. Martin, it reels,
sewera and sidewalks; H. J. Matthews,
lights; A. Moraine, fire protection: J. B.
Ntokerson, puhllrlty, and F, B. Martin,
A neighborhood dance will be given
Ve evening of Friday. Pecember . at
the home of H. J. Matthewe. S217 Man.
Denison Finds the
Management of "Y
Building Some Job
With the Increase of .ouni Men's
Christian association membership, to al
most 2,700, and the use of the association
building for all sorts of purposes by
various organisations. General Secretary
B. F. Dnnslon Is as busy as a hotel man
during carnival! -week, trying to find
room In the building for all the meeting"
and activities. -
, The building Is so crowded that'" some
of the office desks are now In the main
lobby, and some of the rooms are fre
quently used Ip one evening for a supper,
an educational class and some other sort
of meeting In rapid succession.
', Workers who mnde high scores In the
association membership contest last weok
will enjoy a dinner Saturday night. About
forty, who scored 75 points or more each,
All new members will be the guests of
the association a week from this Satur
day evening at a get-together social at
Willing to Give the
Ape-Man to Omaha
There appears to be. some uncertainty
as Wichita why there should be anything
In the way of Arthur Hauaer being taken
over by the Omaha authorities. City,
county and state officials of Kannaa and
Wlohlta are quoted as being willing to
turn tha prisoner over to Omaha. The
following Is an account of the situation
appearing In one of the Wlohlta news
Who Is holding up the sending of Art
Hauper to Omaha to be tried there on a
murrter charge T . The county officials ay
they are willing to let Omaha have him
and the city officials say likewise. Yet,
tiauser rema ns in the county Jail.
Uovemor Oapper tin stated that he will
honor extradition papers if Wichita and
Topeka authorities are willing to waive
their rts-hta-. The Shawnee county sheriff
Is reported to have said that h s county
will waive whatever claim It has. County
Attorney Ross McCormlck Sheriff Pnk
Parver and Chief of Police Jar. Hay
have M tney are wllllnr that miner
be extradited. Mr. J. C. Wheeler, mm
plaininrf witness In the charse r.n which
Hauaer was arrested, says she Is w.lllnr
that he bo taken to Omaha, where, if
convicted, execution would follow.
Mm. Hauiier, mother of the man. called
at the county Jail Tuesday to see her nan,
but failed In her efforts. Mrs. 5arver,
wife of the sheriff, wsa not home anl
therefore she couldn't he searched.
Kherlff Sarver stated Tuesdny nlqrht that
Mrs. Hauaer would he lerniltted to see
her son when she wanted to.
A. G. KNAPP. PIONEER '
OF THIS CITY. DEAD
Old Master Frauds
Exposed in Berlin
(Correapon'lence of The Associated Press.)
MUNICH. Oermany, Nov. 1J.-A re
markable "old master faotory" contain
ing doaena of excellent copies of palnt
Iners of famous artiste, especially of
popular German painters, has Just been
uncovered In a private house In the
A Swiss art lover. Intent on purchasing
a number of pictures, la responsible for
espoelng the fraud, which, however, was
so good that he himself was nearly
The Rwiaa had advertise for paintings
by Oermaa artists, and was approached
by a Frau Iehmann, who conducted him
to her home and displayed a great va
riety of llodlers. Iienharha, tletas. Pe
fregger and von Kellers, as well aa
worka purporting to be by otto Belts.
Mathlas Schmidt and others. Not one
of the pictures but seemed genuine.
Before purchasing, the 8wlsa asked for
advice at the Itnakothek and other gal
leries. He had no suspicions, but was
merely cautious. I'nable to secure any
reliable information, he returned to the
Nymphentiergerstraase. where he noticed
for the first time an apparently wonder
ful fefregger painting of a boy.
He offered to buy It on the spot, but
FTau lshmenn declined to sell It, al
leging that It was a painting of her son
by the famous artist The Swiss collector
had reason to know that thla could not
he true, and notified the police. Ths
latter raided the house and found a
veritable storehouse of paintings, every
one of them a fraud. Frau lehmnn.
with her husband and son, fled In the
Sore Tkrwit asxl t"eet.
Quickly relieved by It. Pell's nna-Tar-Honey.
It eases the throat, soothes the
lungs, loosens phiegm. Only c. All
HUGE TASK TO EVACUATE
GREAT CITIES OF RUSSIA
(Correspondence of the Associated Preee.)
r KTROO RA r, Nov. 1 The evacuation
of the large cities that Russia has aban
doned to the Hermans Is a task the Im
mensity of ahlch may be Judged from
figures now available concerning the par
tial evacuation of Riga. The population
of Riga has not been seriously disturbed,
the city having about as many Inhab
itants as at the beginning of tha war,
since many refugees have gathered there
from the Paltlc dlsttiota ocoupled by the
Germans, but 409 factories, of which
eighty belong to German subjects, have
been transplanted to Interior provinces,
luirlng the evacuation pellet from WO to
in loaded cars were dispatched dally, and
In sll J4.IW csrtoads of machinery, metals
snd raw mtterlala were shipped out of
Riga. The work continued for two
mile Knocks 0t Farmer.
OSHKOBH. Wis., Nov. 19 Jack Dillon
knocked out Frank Farmer In the fourth
round of a scheduled ten-round flRht
here tonlsM. Dillon had everything to
himself In the first three rounds snd
ended the fUht by a right hand punch,
over Farmnr's heart In the fourth.
Lost and Parents
Cannot Be Found
. Julius, aged 5 years, la lost. He has
been away from his home for two days
and no Inquiries for him have been re
ceived by the Juvenile authorities or po
lice. He has . been taken to Rivervlew
home. . .
The lad is wearing blue overalls, a blue
chinchilla overcoat, a cap and shoes muoh
too large for his feet. He Is unable to
five an Intelligible account of where he
Oa me from. , . ... ,
Huggins Surely is
One Patient Person
If there is any man In tha world
harder to pitch to than Miller Hug
gins. : tha average National league
twlrler hasn't yet lamped the Individual.
'One day when Huggins was batting
against Vlo Willis, then with the Pirates,
.the Rabbit fouled off twelve consecutive
balls. Vlo was an easy-going cusa, but
'he became highly incensed and yelled to
"Get a batter. I'm tired of throwing
.hall to a bunch of nothing like that guy
Tip there now,"
former Residents "
of China to Talk
' J. M. Clinton, who for years was promi
nent in the councils of the revolutionary
party during the period of the birth of
he Chinese republic, and George A.
Fitch, a native of Soochow, China, son
of a Presbyterian missionary, will ad
dress a men's meeting at the Toung
Men's Christian association Sunday after
noon at 4 o'clock. Conditions in China
Will be discussed by the speakers.
BRIDGE PATENTS HIT
IN FEDERAL DECISION
) DENVER. Colo., Nov. . 13. The so
called cement bridge trust was dealt a
severe blow today when Judge R. E.
ets In the federal court handed down
a decision against Daniel JUiten. repre
senting the National Bridge company. In
a case of alleged patent lnfrlngment. In
which George Washburn and Weld
county, Colorado, were defendants
Attorneys for the company held that It
wss practically impossible to construct
js . reinforced concrete bridge without In
fringing upon patents of the company.
The case involved payment of royalty
or commissions upon practically every
cement bridge built In the United States.
Similar suits have been started by Luten,
H is said, in Iowa, Kansas and Nebraska.
Luten will take the case to the United
States circuit court of appeals. It wad
Alexander G. Knapp, 75 years of age, !
died Thursday at inn Locust street, fol-
lowing an Illness of two years. Funeral l
services will be held Sunday afternoon
at the North Side Presbyterian church.
The Masonic fraternity will have charge
of the funeral. He lived twenty-seven
years In this city, formerly being a resi
dent on a farm near Council Bluffs. He '
was the first man to Introduce baled hay I
on the Omaha market. Besldea Mrs.
Knapp the following children survive: K.
A. and W. C. Knspp snd Mrs. A. E.
Patten of thla city, William and Arthur
Knapp of Kansas City and Mrs. C. 8.
Shumaker of Washington. Neb.
TENANTS LOSE LA' SUIT
AGAINST BOARD OF TRADE
The Board of Trade Building company
has won the first law suit tried In dis
trict court In which tenants of Its build
ing, which was gutted by fire, attempted
to recover damages for alleged failure to
carry out the terms of their lease. A
Jury In Judge Troup's district court
brought In a verdict for the defense In
the case In whloh Aarona, incorporated, a
Jewelry firm, was plaintiff.
The Board of Trade building was rased
following ths fire, and to thts action sev
eral tenants who had unexpired leases
GOULD DIETZ JOINS THE
OMAHA PET STOCK CLUB
Gould Diets. Omaha's' best known
owner and fancier of pet animals, has
Joined the newly organised Omaha Pet
Stock club, which will meet for tha elec
tion of officers Monday at 8 p. m. at
the offloe of Commissioner Hummel In
the ctty hall. Mr: Diets hks ths most
varied and unusual assortment of pets
in 'Omaha, outside of ths parks, and hs
has promised to attend Monday's meeting
of the new club and make a talk about
his pets, if possible.
SEVEN ARE FINED FOB
SELUNG BOOZE TO INDIANS
Judge T. C Manger In tha federal court
imposed jail sentences of sixty days and
flnea of O00 each on the following for
selling liquor to Indians: Edward Buf
falo Chief, William Knutaon, Charles
Roy, Roy Mllburn, Daniel Lemon and
George Tittle. The first three mentioned
have been taken to the Jail at Madison,
and the last three to that 'at Ohadron.
Ray Twin was given the same fine and
Jail sentence for Introducing- liquor on
the Indian reservation.
Monroe Will Make Oood.
New Tork Stats league critics say
that Brooklyn haa seoured a high-class
catcher In Munroe, who will make Mo
Cart y and Miller huatls to keep off the
ALL MOUND HAIR
Would Tarn to Blisters and Itch
Very Bad. Some On Nose
Abo. Ia Two Weeks
KNIGHTS OF ST. PAUL TO
MEET SUNDAY NIGHT
' The Knights of St. Paul, the boy s club,
of which Homer Rodeheaver is the na
tional organiser, haa taken hold In
Omaha, an organisation having been
perfected at the First Congregational
church, with twenty charter members. U.
E. Cleveland, who has been appointed
chaplain of this club in all Nebraska, Is
the leader, and the boys meet Saturday
at T p. m.. for business and social time,
after which "the eats." The aim of this
club is WO members during ths coming
HEALED BY CUTICURA
SOAP AND OINTMENT
"I had a breaking out of small pimples
all around ths edge of my hair. At first
they would be bard and red but after a day
or so they would turn to yel
low blisters. When I became
heated, they would Hch very
bad aad I was cum polled to
JOIIN A. SWANSON, President fuflsfmOL WM' n0LZMAN Treasarcr
AMES STUDENTS GET TRIP
i. AS A REWARD FOR STUDY
a party of forty-rive students of ths
Iowa Agricultural college at Ames will
be in Omaha Saturday, en route to the
:in Francisco exposition, a trip they
arned by high grades In their school
aork. The party will travel In two sleep
ers, arriving over the Northwestern at
5:46 In the afternoon and remaining until
:lrt o'clock, when over the Burlington
they will leave for the west. The Ames
sen will return ths morning of Decem
oa my noss also.
"I was bothered about
three or four moo tha before
using Cuticura Boep sod
Ointment. I first applied the
Cuticura Ointment leaving it on for a few
minutes. Then I washed it off with a good
suds of ths Cuticura Soap. I kept up this
process for two weeks and was not bothered
any mora" (Signed) Bert Adams. R. F. D.
No. ft. Msrslnsvule, Ind., Feb. 1, 1914.
Sample Each Free by Mall
With 13-p. Skin Book on request. Ad
dress post-card "Catieaura, Dept. T, Baa
ton. " Hold throughout the world.
Itching Torture Stop
It Is unnecessary for you to suffer with
ecieaia, ringworm, rashes and similar
skin troubles. A little semo. gotten at
any drug store for i&c. or 11.00 for extra
large bottle, and promptly applied will
usually give Instant relief from Itching
torture. It cleanses and soothes the skin
and heals quickly and effectively moat
Zemo Is a wonderful disappearing liquid
and does not smart tha moat delloate
skin. It la not greasy. Is eaxtly applied
and cnnts little, (iot It today and save
all further distress.
Saturday Before Thanksgiving An Incomparable "Line-Up"
d YoMEg Men
Distinguished Hat Styles
Your hat is the keynote to your attire be
sure it is correct. Wonderfully attractive
showing here and expert hat man to serve
John n. Stetson, Pflrby
and Soft Hata, at
$3.50 10 $10
Nebraska Do Inis,
Derby and Soft Hats,
Beat at... $3.00
, Nebraska Special Hata, at $2.00.
Men's Cloth Hats, latest creations, 91JOO and $2.
Cloth Caps, 50c to $2.00. Put Gap, $2.50 to $10.
rtoTs'and Children's Hat and Gaps, SOo to $1.50.'
Men's Warm Underwear
Duofold Tnton Suits.
Oorwllh Union Suits.
Vassal- Union Suits.
Superior Union Suits.
No other underwear stock la the city offers such
wide range for satisfactory selection Bilk and
wool, all wool, wool mixture. Egyptian ribbed, all
sizes, all proportions. Real underwear service
awaits you put us to the test.
Union suits at $1.0( to $5.00.
Shirts or drawers, SOo to $2.00.
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Supreme Achievement at the
When a man can buy these
superb clothes at these prices
ho has only; himself to blame
if he pays more elsewhere. De
signed and tailored to retail at $20
to $35, but our plan is to offer un
. equaled clothes $1 C-$20-$25
values at ......
The suits rmhracet every new model, new fabrfb,
new color and pattern effwti 1, 2 and 3-bntton
and one-to-button models. Young men's special
styles), liuslness men's conservative models. Won
derful showing of stout, long, abort and in-be-tweesi
sizes. Selections three to ten times larger
than elsewhere, at $15, $20, $25
Overcoat Exposition Extraordinary
Ffth Ave. Chesterfield Overcoats, double breasted overcoaU,
convertible storm collar overcoats, form-fitting overcoats, Ulsters,
Ulsterettes, quarter lined Balmacaans, Conservative weaves or
ultra fabrics in hundreds of striking patterns! colors and com
binations. "Weve gone the limit to make this store the home of
the overcoat from every standpoint $1C $Of $)
Such values are a revelation, at. . vsU" vsD
Great Exhibit of Finest Overcoats
Never In onr experience have we offered overcoats of which we felt
so proud. Finest Oarr XXX Melton, English Vicuna, St. George
Kersey. Oxford and Cambridge Gray, Blue or Black. Dlstlngulahcd
Fifth Ave. Chesterfield models. Warranted silk or satin linings. We
save you $10 to $25 on floret overcoaU made, at $30. 835, 940.
A host of suits Rich imported weaves, $30, $35, $40.
- Full dress suits, full silk lined, at $25 and $35.
Nebraska "Goodwear" Suits and Overcoats, $15 elsewhere, our price, $10.00,
Men's Mackinaws. $5.00 to $120. Boys Macklnaws, $3.50 to $7.50.
Ksn's ana Young Ilea's Clothing eooaa Floor.
Backed up by a peerless
organisation, a magnificent
store building, great Quality
stocks and a service that Is
ever striving for betterment,
marks this establishment as
"The Clothing Corner of
Omaha." To fully realise
this you must personality
visit this greater store and
see for yourself.
Thousands of Exquisite Dresses, Suits and Coats
Saturday, a Notable Sale of
Worth Up to $34.50
Suits, Fur Trim
med Suits, Velvet
The smartest models in Fashion's
Realm are involved in this great
sale of suits at $15 embodying the
newest style features; perfectly tail
ored. Colors the richest or the new
Materials are velvets, gabardine, broad
cloth, wool poplins, serges, mixture.
Elegant linings of satin and prao de
Saturday, a Notable Sale of
Worth Uo to siz nn
W - wsv w
Mi . a ...
cireei ana Ail- t rf
ernoon Dresses, p j OU
Evening and ji 11
Beautifully made of crepe de chine,
crepe meteor, charmeuse, serge, taf
feta, rhiffon and lace combinations.
All wanted colors and evening
We bought the entire surplus stock of
a leading Philadelphia areas manu
farturer. The sale price does not cover
the coat of maurlal., to say nothing
of making. Two and three dresses for
the price of one. In this sale.
New Models in Winter Coats $14.85, $19.50, $24.50
By all means see the coats we offer at these prices before you buy your winter garment. No emphasis we can give here will do
these values full justice. Newly arrived models, featuring a wide range of materials now in vogue.
Broadcloth, glove cloth, velour, corduroy, plushes, velvets, mixture. Full ripple, blouse, belted, seml-fltted,
. motor, reding ote and plain tailored. Many fur trimmed. Other beautiful coats,. $U.HS to $89.50.
W onus's Wsarlag Apparel Third moor.
$3.00 Silk Blouses,
n"""-i r r fill TT T f " f f r f f r " r
ICI rts $ av
Enthusiasm with which the women of
Omaha have received Fltrlte skirts Is only
what eu'-h values are bound to receive.
Wide selection of models and materials.
$7.60 to $8.(0 elsewhere; our price, $5.
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