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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBER 12, 1015.
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- BATTLE IN SENATE
f OYER U. S. RIGHTS
New Carnegie Library at Stanton NO WAR AT CARTER CLUB
Lodpe Demands Inmtig-ation
Lota ef American Lives Be In
eluded in Trad Probe.
GEOBGIAJTS LANGUAGE BITTER
WASHINGTON, Dec. 11. The
long-expected storm in congress over
the administration's conduct of the
defense of American rights on seaa
Iroke yesterday when Senator Hoke
Smith, democrat, demanded an In
vrstlgatlon of Great Britain's Inter
ferences with neutral trade, and
Senator Lodge, republican, replied
with a demand that any Investigation
include the loss of American lives.
"The body of an Innocent child,
floating dead on the water, the vic
tim of destruction of an unarmed
vessel, Is to me a more poignant and
a more tragic spectacle than an un
sold bale of cotton," declared the
To Rntor Bmtyvs resolution for an ln
vrsUsstiof ef trad tnUrfancs Senator
Lodga. who Is tha ranking minority
br of tha foreirn ralatlona commlttaa,
offered an amendment for Investigation
ef tha law and the facts In the submarine
attacks en tha Loaitanla. ralaha, Hes
perian, Arabic, Oulfllght and Aneone, and
ef tha plots and conspiracies against the
neutrality of the United Hates to which
rresldent Wilson referred la unmeaeured
terms In hts address to congress Tuesday.
Both resolutions were referred to the
foreign relations osmmlttee, upon which
further action will depend. Their Intro
duction, however, had served to bring out
tha first debate of tha session of a sub
ject to which all minds had turned.
Senators on both sides of the chamber
were drawn into the discussion, which
was participated In by a vigorous speech !
by Senator mlth In support of his resolu
tion. laltk't RHoM.
Senator Smith, replying te Senator
Lodge, Intimated that there had been an
effort mads to bury all objections to In
terference with American shipping by
"sentimental protestations of horror at
losses of life" and that some of these ef
forts at least bad been Influenced by
profits from the sale of am mutation.
mercenary to critlclee Great Britain for
Interfering with neutral trade." said tha
Oeorgin senator, "hav been persons who,
to say tha least, have not lost anything
In their trade."
"I wish to extend the scope ef the reeo
lutlon by my amendment." said Senator j
Lodge, "because if we are to take up ,
this question of the violation of out'
rights, i want to put It not on the lowest
ground alone, but on the highest ground ,
"I think It is ef great Importance that
we should vindicate our rights as n neo-1
tral in trad if those rights have been i
violated, but I think It la far more Im- '
Portant that we should extend protection '
and assure seourlty to American eltUena
wherever thv rtart.tr.iii.. -- I
' ui if ivi 4 OH
not believe that any government ean long
retain the respect of Its own people If It
floog not JrtV thorn tha nml.itAn . I
wMch they are entitled.
"1 think Americana should be orotected
In their lives and In their liberty every- j
where. I do not think they ought to be
inuvlered in deUII end obscurely In
-Mexico or openly by wholesale on tne !
"Althousrh t am as anxious as anyone !
I'U n tlA In ' I I . 1 . . ... I
. -. iui uur niuu m iraae u
they are violated, to me American Mves
sre more im portent than American dol
lars. If this lnveatigatlon Is to go on.
and, especially If congress la to take
action. I want It to take In all the viola
tion of nil our rights that may have
"The most Important Is the violation
whioh has affected American lives or the
seourlty ef an American elttaen, man.
woman or child, and the next moat Im
portant are those pointed out by the
president of the United States In his mes
sage the ether day referred to the de
struction ef property accompanied by
destruction of life In the United States
and stated that conspiracies In alien In
terests are going en within our borders.
"I think that if we are to Investigate
and Inquire, with a view to action, such
deeds as these should not be omitted. I
am not willing to get In a passion over
an Infringement of our trade and then
allow American clllsena to lose their
lives and have It go by In frigid sllncs.
I think the United States stands for
something higher In the world than mere
Irmde and mere dollars. I de net want
to see our cltlsens wronged In their prop
erties, but I think we should also stand
above all for morality and humanity In
he dceilnrs of nations with eeoh othsr."
Hold Banquet for
St. Louis Man Here
In honor of Superintendent 8. F. Morse
cif Armour's BL Louts packing plant, who
1 Just finishing his thirty-sixth year tf
eervk-e with the company, twenty-five
other superintendents of Armour plants
In all parts of tha country held a ban
tuet lest night at the Herwhaw hotel
Mr. Morse's thlrty-elxth anniversary will
be riunday. '
The plant superintendents are here for
a periodic conference, following a tour
ef Inepet'Uon of the at. Joseph, Omaha
end fcioum City plants. They represent
the twelve Armour piants, scattered ever
the country from Canada to Texas and
from New York to Denver. John K.
O'Kt-arn, formerly ef Omaha and now
general superintendent with headquart
ers at Chlcaco, called the conference.
Manager R. C. Howe ef the Omaha
I'Unt arranged the banquet In bettor of
euperlntendent Morse, who Is the vete
ran and dean ef the superintendents'
off anisatlon. After an elaborate spread
and a few brief speeches, the superin
tendents enjoyed cabaret and other en
ttirtkiitment. Kceidra Manager Ileee, the Omaha au
l.rrinKndrtiU attending were A. 8. M id
am. John nrckhof and William Mo-Jiiii)e).
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One of the best public libraries In the
state ef Nebraska la located at Stanton.
This new library Is a Carnegie library
and was opened to the public this ysar.
The building Is of pressed brick and
ss erected'at a cost of U2,0uo. For the
purpose of maintaining the library a tax
of S mills wss levied by the city council.
But the library does not depend entirely
upon this levy, a number of donations
have been made by Stanton cltlsens with
the result that the supply of books U
quite exhaustive. The Germans of Htan
ton collected and donated a large number
of the best works by Osrtnan authors, and
the Women's Christian Temperance union
and tne business men of th town have
placed liberal collections of books.
in addition to Its library facilities the
emioing assembly room Is used for meet
Inss of ths city council and ths various
societies of Htanton.
Tne Btanton Ubrary assoclstlon wss
formed on November 1J, lwis, and tha or
ganizers were J, . Robinson, John Cor
' " 1 llsnum. W. T. Sharp. John
A. Ehrhardt. Jesse Beard. Alee Ptra
Frank -McOovern, J. c. Clnland, George
i gins. Levi MUler, C. M. Oensmore
Joseph Johnson, T. 1 Arkerman and
rred U Eld ridge.
MAN SHOT BY POLICE
BY MISTAKE IS DEAD
KIOUX CITT. la., Dec. a-U U IKir,
risen, who ai mistaken for a holdup
men by Tollcs Csptsln O.orge Ovem.lre
and shot twice last night, died this sfter
tioon. Hsrrlson. before he died, ssld he
thought ths police robbers. The police
HOPEWELL WILL ARISE
IN MORE LASTING FORM
H"iPfVi:i.T., Vs.. Iec. 1 -Residents of
H"ivll et S mm meeting tontght mad
I tune ti i-('Um with buildings of briik.
ii.,J .(; r-te the fliiney Diuthroom tews
. t frau. f n'ruitares that nea swept away
ty jft rf' Mre
said he made a motion as If to draw a
gun. Harrison was a locomotive fireman.
Sara Tolls Increased.
WASHINGTON. Dec. M.-Ambaesador
Kharp at I'Brls Informed the ytnte d,.J
i.r. ...i, lunar mm oevinnifig April l,
'"S on vseeels paaelng through the eiiies
sliout 10 cfnls per ton. making the rsle
.in l.ll.n .hlna 1 I'l . 1
w.. .n-.. ...wi niiv. v,i Tranrii fi
.eueait. iw irenia ver ion;
Members at Meeting: with Many
Proxies, bat Bo Not Need to
NEW CLUB HOUSE WILL WAIT
Armed with scores of proxies
atd ready for a "showdown" and
hot fight over questions that might
come up, prominent stock owning;
members of the Carter Lake club
attended the annual meeting of
stockholders of the club last evenlnf
at Hotel Loyal. They were consid
erably surprised, when the meeting
proved very harmonious, and every
thing went off according to schedule.
A clash of Ideas had been expected en
the election of three new directors, a
proposed new club house, the allowance
of compensation to Trustee, Treasurer
and Director A. P. Whltmore, and other
questions. However, the whole sffalr
was m peaceful and harmonious that
ths stockholders did not "mix'' en a
single point. Secretary Dave Christie
alone had fifty proxies in his pocket for
use If necesssry, but ths expected emer
gency did not ariso and he kept them in
his pocket and took them home without
us"ng them at all.
A. P, Whltmore- was unanimously re
elected a director by acclamation. R. C.
Rtrahlow and Albert Rdholm were alao
sleeted directors by acclamation, to take
the places of Frank V. Waaver and
Charles I Dundey, who have di
rectors for a number of years and asked
to be relieved from further service on
the board. Mr. Weaver presided as
president of the elub. Secretary Christie
and Treasurer Whltmore made full re
ports, showing the elub to be very large
and In a most prosperous condition, with
sseets of (120.000. The new and retiring
directors made speeches.
WE LIKE THE LITTLE ONES TOO
Orders for OoaJ. we mean.
Someone said to us once: "You don't care to bother with small orders, do you?"
You have our answer above.
Per One-Half Ton
Nut Hard Coal S5.75
I Vt ml cum Coke) $5.00
Lump, Fgg;, Nat $3.50
Illinois Washed Not . .$.'1.00
Walnot Mock $3.00
Cherokee Nat $2.79
Kcllpee Nat $2.50
S3 Other Kinds
. All Certified.
Small Orders and Lots
Prove 8 Thing
1st -That we have the friend
ship of all Ontsh.
Sd That Omaha nppreciates
the prompt and careful ser
vice of our
70 YELL-O WAGONS.
3d That Certified Coal, care
fully weighed and sold ander
oar guarantee of ''Satisfac
tion or Money Hack," Is pol.
tlvely the cheapest fuel you
Nut Hard Conl $S.0O
Petroleum Coke ..... $2.60
Lump, Egg, Nnt .....$1.85
Illinois Washed Nut . .$1.00
Walnut Block $1.60
Cherokee Not $1.50
Eclipse Nut $1.85
We wlU gladly deliver or
ders as small as 100 pounds.
One of Our Yards is Near Your Home
SUNDERLAND BROTHERS GO.
PHONE DOUGLAS 252
flain Office Entire Third Floor Keeline Bldg., 17th and Harney Sts.
Get into business via the "Business Chances
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Moeday9 the TBiSrteegiitli9 at ICilpatricks
It needs discrimination to wade thru ads wisely. A sample is so much better than a de
scriptiona description based on falsehood may ring true in print. An imitation may pass for the real thing
Sooner or later, USUALLY SOONER, discovery results in disappointment Even Bryan O'Lynn thought he fooled the people. Do you
remember the "doggerel 'Bryan O'Lynn had no watch to put on, so he scooped out a turnip to make him a one; He next put a cricket clane under the skin, "Whoo, they'll think it is
ticking says Bryan O'Lynn. . Bryan O'Lynn had no breeches to wear, So he bought him a sheepskin to make him a pair. With the skinny side out, and the woolly side in 4 'They're
pleasant and cool," says Bryan O'Lynn. Unfortunately he couldn't depend on his ticker to catch a train, and there were times when the breeches were anything but cool.
This ad is to be a sort of a line upon line and we would like to say precept upon precept were it not that it might be presumptuous to command you.
Fancy Articles for Monday
LINE 1 Fancy Plaques, Dickens and other subjects,
LINE 2 Desk Pads, Brass, 75c, $1.00, $125, $1.50.
Phone Pads, $1.00.
LINE 3 Smoker Stands (for men), mahogany, $2.25
At Neckwear Section, Near Door
Line 4 Fiber Silk Sport Scarfs, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 to $3.
Staple and fancy.
LINE 5-PURE Silk Sport Scarf a, $5, $7.50 and $10.00.
1JNE 6 Neckwear, Vesteea, high and low neck Collars,
50c, 75o, $1.00 up to $3.50.
LINE 7 Turn Over Collars, soft and laundered, 15c and
Bags of Novel Design
They Used to Say a dollar saved is a dollar made.
LINE 8 An unusual offering of Fine Bags, all leathers,
velvet bags and moires. Should be $6, Monday, $5.
For the Lord of Creation-Mere Man
LINE 9 Stick Pins, Collar Button Boxes, Collar Bag-,
Handkerchief Cases, Shirt CWs, lie Cases, .Bill
Books, Cigar Cases, Dressing Cases, Portfolio, all
of fine leather didn't know there were so many doo
dads for men, did you!
If you listen to a group of intelligent women any
where and you hoar the word handkerchiefs you are
very apt to hear "Kilpatrick V mentioned instinctively
the knowing ones connect the words.
LINE 10 Ladies' fancy embroidered handkerchiefs in
dainty boxes, 3 in a box, at 75c, and 85c. 6 in a box,
at $1.00 and $1.50.
LINE 11 Men's Plain Handkerchief!., G in leather caae,
LINE 12 A NOVELTY Men 's linen hand embroidered
initial handkerchiefs with colored corded borders,
LINE 13 Men's initial handkerchiefs, fancy letters, 25c,
35c, 50c, and75c.'
LINE 14r-Ladies' Hemmed, hand embroidered Initial
Handkerchiefs, 25o each.
LINE 15 Fancy Comb?, Hair Pins and Barrettes, white
and colored Rhinestones, Peacock and Mandarin
styles all prices.
LINE 1G Sterling Silver Frames, miniature, 29c each.
LINE 17 Square; Cabinet size Silver Frames, 98c each.
LINE 18-Oval, Cabinet, Heavy Broad Frames, $1.95
LINE 19 Ladies' and Gentlemen's Umbrellas, plain and
fancy silver handles, $2.50 to $10 better buy
Line No. 20 Refers to Gloves
Sale continued on the special importation of fine
Kids, Real Kids different colors, all sizes, at 98c instead
of $1.25 per pair.
You may b told that kids ars scarcethere's some truth In the
statement. We, however, have plenty. Lambs as well priced at
OS- for the special up to 82.25 per pair. Fancy colors and fancy
Btltchln(i. Long whites, all sires.
Fur lined Gloves made by Dent. Fur wrist, wool lined Mochaa,
Capes, all the good things In Gloves. Mittens for mother or srand
ma. Children's Gloves, all kinds. Glove Certificates, food as gold,
ran be used at any time. This Is rather a long line, but a good line
to cling to. We guarantee all gloves.
Not a day passes, but someone says in our ear:
"Can't you help me out? I declare Z don't know what to
Now we are going to reel off at random items as they
occur to us. We may help you to strike a lead. You'll
give us credit for good intentions, at any rate.
At the Silk Section
Material for Waists Just the right length, done up la a fancy
bos ribboned and a Christmas card Included, 81.08 tor the whole
At Dress Goods Section
We can take a few more orders for Skirts to be made to measure
and delivered before Christmas. You buy the goods pay for Just
what It takes to make the skirt and then $1.00 for the making. No
fltee, no takee, aa a Celestial would express it.
Boas, Marabouts, Auto Hoods, Sport
Caps These for Your Convenience
at the Lace Section.
Now we have you, where you cannot get away. You won't want
to until you have bought Chrysanthemums, Holly, Poinsettas and
all the other thlngumajlggs which are so necessary for decoration
at Christmas Dennlson fixln's of all kinds Streamers, Crepe
Papers, Wreaths, Gold and 811ver Tinsel Cords, Tissue Paper, Cards,
Fancy Boxes, Seals, Bells, or as Blanche Ring would say Rings for
your fingers, and bells for your toes everything to add to the
gayety of the festivities. Thousands of Gift Books for Children and
Grown-ups (you'll note with pleasure an entire absence of trash),
Christmas and New Year's Cards from Raphael Tuck-Davis, Volland
Thompson, Smith & Co. On Monday we will place on sale an edition
styled The Franklin Classics, published to sell at something like
$1.00 or $1.25. Out they go at 50. We quoto a tew titles: She
Stoops to Conquer, The Greatest Thing In the World, Child In the
House or Character As a Man Tbinketh, Much Ado About Noth
ing, Sweetness and Light or A Crown of Wild Olives, Cicero on
Friendship or Hamlet, Poor Richard or School for Scandal, The
Rivals, Bonnet from the Portuguese, Gold Bug, Sentimental Journey,
Bacon's Essays, Merchant of Venice, Eptceutus, Man Without a
Country, Macbeth, The Necklace, Doll's House,' Julius Ceasar, Vicar
of Wakefield, Romeo and Juliet, The Rose and the Ring,
The Tempest, The Chimes, The Princess, Ghosts, Friend
ship, Plppa Passes, etc., etc. Bound In fancy leather and boxed,
59f each. Did you ever notice a platter of hot griddle cakes dis
appear os a frosty morning Watch this book pile fade.
Bronse Book Ends, Figures, Door Porters, etc., and Stationery
galore. Special sale of Berlin and Jones boxed papers, 20 the box.
Lxqujslte boxes for distinguished friends. Special stationery for men.
And Thinking of Men
Wander Into the west stele, look at Smoking Jackets, House Coats,
Lounging Robes, Bags, Valises, all the best of their kind and always
at the lowest possible price. You will then find yourself opposite
Hosiery and Underwear section for Women. If this strikes a man's
eye we think we-hear him exclaim, "By Jove! the very thing!"
Italian Bilk Tights or Union Suits.' Silk Hosiery, plain and fancy, la
daintiest of boxes leave the sending to us aud 1th a sigh of re
lief, you'll exclaim. "That's don!" Yes and It will be well done.
And If It's Ready-to-Wear Garments
Go to the second floor wander at your own sweet
will or ask the good natured salespeople-vhether furs,
suits, waists, coats or lingerie if bought at Kilpatrick's
it has the hall mark of QUALITY. Come in the morn
ings for best service.
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