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TIIK NEK: OMAHA, SATUKDAY, HECKMHEU 1. ini.
rtiiirose savs war
VvDid Not Cause the
. Kevenue to Shrink
WAMIISGTOX, ". 17. Extrnslnn of
the emoritonry revrnuo sot, already
pajiaed In the holme, vai taken up In the
enate today with debate In which the
democrats uniformly enoke for Its paa
"re and the republican attacked the
tariff aa haVlnfr made It ncceasary.
Senator Fenrooe. leading off the re
publican nltark. declared the Kuropean
war had rrot made the rmernrney taxe
necessary, but, aa a matter of fact hurt
irado them loss tieceaeary. because he
cor.tended, the fiscal condition of tlic
government had been Improved by the
commercial advantage! brought to the
t'nlled States by the conflict.
Senator 1'ndcrwood, author of the prea-
rnt tarrlff law. defended the revenue
measure In hia maiden eprech In the
penate. When the tariff law was passed
Senator t'nderwood aald, no man was
able to foretell the war and its effect
upon American revenues.
russ mTnTster has
' Rl! I IMHRPAIMfi TAY
ONION, Dec. 17 A neuter dispatch
from FctroRrad says the Kusslan finance
minister has prepared a bill providing
for a general Increase In direct and In
direct taxation. It la expected to result
In an Increase In revenues of 63fi,M,0J0
I'nder this plnn the Income tax Is to
undergo a progressive Increase. All In
dustrial and land taxes, as well na stamp
duties, are to be augmented.
As for Ind'rect taxation, all articles of
prime necessity will be made to yield
more. Wines, textiles and electricity are
to be puhlected to apeclul taxes. A state
monopoly of tea, coffee and matches also
Just an Earful
Remember Jabber Carey?
Yc. yes. the big guy. Yes, he fought around here four five years ago. ?
wis the Kred McKay of bis time. In fact he waa so good that some declared htm
to be even better than Steve Frodle atthe flopping Muff.
Jabber was boxing up at the Olympic club one night and wen along nicely
for three rounds, lie had the other fcl
low pretty well tinder control. peppcrliiR
htm with rights and lefts until It looked
as thouKli the referee would stop It at
The bell rang, however, and the beaten
guy irrahlied a rest. When ho came up
again he was as strong as a bull. Ho
backed the Jabber all over the ring.
Carey took it for a mlnuto and then
started .tapping the floor with his right
foot, which was well In the rear, i:cry
time, he atepred back he got a belt on
the Jaw, hut the foot kept tapping all
Tl'e crowd howled with delight to see
the under dog turn tables. Carey took
his beatintf like a gent until he hacked
into the corner of his opponent. Ho
tapped his toe agnln and suddenly took
a. dive, the speed and accuracy of which
has never been equalled In these parts.
He was counted out and carried away
On the way out Charley Harvey, x
anxious to know the secret of the tapping foot, asked one of Carey's seconds.
"What s the Idea of that foot stuff of, the Jabber's?-'
"Feellnff for the soft spots." piped tha snrond as he slammed a. wet sponge on
the beaten warrior's battered face.
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l.ilul-sy 147 19
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:ti w is r.'.
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it i m i n
.171 r.v S7
.21 l. 1.9 ;.:14
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Use The Bee's "Swapper" column.
Tllsr KleTator la Horned.
KANKAKEE, 111.. Dee. 17. Fire today
destroyed the Cleveland Klevator com
pnnv's elevator and wood storng hons
at Sheldon. III., with an etln.ited losi
of t'SO.ooo. It was said that full Insur
ance was carried.
Trim Hein's Five
FRKMONT. Neb., Dec. 17. Special.
The Columbus bowling team defeated
Hein's Fremont five at the local alleys
Thursday evening, 2.W3 to 2,7":. Edd e
Kavanaugh. the well known Columbus
bowler, scored 278 In his Inst game, tlelng
the alley record. Kavanaugh was high
In total pins with 6H, while Hammond
of the Fremont team was second with
614. Each team has won a game this sea
son. Fremont will play a return match
at Columbus soon. Score:
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
. . 2"
1 M 4
?" t 6 ii
1 7!l 5.14
Totals 2 SO 811 2.73S
Beatrice Defeats Wither,
BEATRICE, Neb., Pec. IT. (Special.)
The Beatrice Hlh school basket ball
team won the oten!ne game of the sea
son from Wllber Thursday evening-, S-i
to . 1
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Totals !.t V77 8 S720
J I'TITEK H l)l.T AOl'7
Totals 8 9
!1 971 T48
Dd. 3d. Tot
Totals.-...S91 Sfxi 841 2.10
J. Jarosh. .. .174
t (7 417
Totals SIS K9T. 732 214
1st. 2.1. 8d. Tot.
Dstronlc ....174 Ui 14.1 (3
Wlttig 140 147 11 4M
F. Prchal.123 88 Ml 313
Totals 7; 7.7 730 2140
1st. ?1. Sd Tot
VeMahan ..lit 11. 122 -W.
I'levlnx.r .. J M 84 J"
(Vderholm ..14 14t l.i.' 4"!
Redman ... 1'- 171 1"3 49
Hall 141 M 4h7
Totals r.7 7l) CS 1.'2
1st. lid. 3.1 Tot.
Mloomqulst 141 1i n H'
Jobanson ..tot 112 111
llllliner ....1' 1 131 4!1
Kucera i 114 1:14 149
Totals.. . '. Ts M 204
Int. 2d. 3d Tot.
Fdnionrtson r'7 tSl ICS n-
. l'relial...1 1 1-"' 1 S .
Walker M r 108 3t9
.lilce 117 131 1"0 S;
4erry 147 151 1M '
Totals -"" rt 2 1S5I
lei. 2.1 ;i.l Tot
Smith Ki 1M 214 F.2S
.-ample 1M l.;7 1x7 BIT
Wl'aoti It) 14. 10 bf
lollack ....! 141 Ml M"
CopenharVe P.4 2"4 l.'4 527
Totals Ml 941 2.02
1st. ?it 3d Tot.
..171 170 117 47.8
..lift li 14 4M1
..1N1 18S "2 w
,.1.; l.VS 1'78 4t7i
,.1M 21 171 523
..J 2 2
) I tndliap
. . . 31 87
Mt I'll. 3d Tot
1M 1fd 179 410
lv 1" 171 477
Stillwagon .1- l 1" 423
l-'lera 1 113 V!7 n-'.
Prummond .I.'m 113 17.S 444
Handicap ... 9 t 27
Totals 7C4 f9 771 1204
NEB. CI.O CO.
1st. 2d 3d Tot.
Huntley ....13 172 190 S2S
.dVo V 148 444
..14 142 1 449
..lv'1 1.8 J" W
..12-7 144 147 419
7W 793 Sfift S4i3
THUS. KH. PATRICK CO.
lt. 2d. 3.1 Tot
172 ' 321 1" W2
142 113 llf Sill
i;a i.; i: 3-4
133 128 14fl
.113 W 191 534
M. K. SMITH CO.
1st. M. 8.1. Tot
Msallko PK 1 144 'l
Klrkham ...1S8 1VW lf-9 517
Straw 132 113 1 IS .VI
8iek lf 17! 11 5nj
Westergard 17S 171 4 547
Totals . .'. . 7 AHA 7V3 23S7
1st. M. 3d. Tot
Forsvtha ...lilt 21 PTf 1
Helntxe I' 1 M 12.". 431
Agor MS 1"2 148 '0
Tym 141 1.7 KS 4'
Lomb i w. isi ret
.8177 IM 74 2 d9
1st. id .4.1 Tot.
..179 129 107 417.
..177 1 79 194 l.2
..IS IS 15 4"
Totals ...7) 79 7S l&i
.IT, 119 187. 439
.170 174 13 w;
.1.S5 1M 179 49
Totals ...941 771 846 ll.'
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Miller 129 134 143 4
Slnnfield ....144 141
Handicap ... 12 12
..111 116 104 810
..110 127 104 341
..158 11 120 43'
Totals 90 28 198?
Will Fire Collins.
Ray Collins, the veteran southpaw, will
not likely be re-engaged by the Boston
Given to Rpokaae.
Rube Evans and Ty Tjnber have 'oesn
turned over to the Spokane club of the
Northwestern league by tha Beavers.
Grocer Slain by
Bandits, Son and
RIVKRSiriF. Cel.. !. lT.-Two Mex
icans shot and killed C. F. Macey. an
Els nora grocer, and wounded his son
and daughter lata last night when they
refused to surrender their day's stors re
ceipts. They m-ero pursued today by a
posse under Sheriff Wilson.
The bandits fled in an antomoblla
toward San Diego and the Mexican bor
der. Pearl Macey. the daughter, snd. Os
wald Macey, the son, who fought the
bandits, mere shot twice each, are In a
hospital here. The girl saved the money
which the Mexicans sought to obtain.
Sha was shot In 'the right leg and
right arm. Her brother waa wounded In
the right arm and shoulder.
EXPORTS OF COO LIVER
OIL ARE RESTRICTED
ST. JOHNS. N. F.. Iec. K.-Restrlc-tlona
by the New Foundland government
on tht export of cod liver oil from this
colony were announced today. Itecnuae
nformatlon had been received that a
large quantity of nil had found Its way
to (lermany. where the glycerine con
tained In It could be utilised In the manu
facture of explosives, the government
cancelled all tha licenses under which
'raders formerly exported tha product,
'lereafter oil may be sent to the t'nlled
"tales only If consigned to the British
consul generals at New Tors or Hoston,
,r to a few firms who have been en
lorsed by the consulates.
An overwhelming proportion of the
total exports went to Great Prltaln
Franca or Russia, althought the statis
tics show that South American trade
made a material Increase during the
Munitions, Iron and steel products and
foodstuffs were the chief Items exported.
Export figures for tha last thret
months show Increases of about 100 per
cent over the figures for tha same
months In 1914. ' 1
A: "For Bate ad will turn second-hand
furnltur Into cash.
Keg of Dynamite
Found Near Packing
Plant at St, Louis
ST. LOVIS. Mo.. Dee. 17. The rtndinir
of a keg containing 143 sticks of dyna
mite near the boiler house of ths St.
Louis Inrteendent Packing company's
plrnt last night, led t the revelation
that on two other occasions during tha
lant few months high explosives were
found near the local packing plants.
There was no fuse attached to tha dyna
mite found last nUht. but the keg was
on the right-of-way of a railroad whose
tracks pass through the packing com
pany's property. A week sgo, according to
Gustava Rlschoff. head of the Indepen
dent Tacking comnany. a package of l'
Sticks of dynamite wis four.d In the plant
of another packing company here. In
this rase It was said the dynamite was
placed under a beef runway and waa
equipped with a firing device. Several
months before, It waa aald. a similar
dynamiting outfit waa found In tha sama
Mr. Rlschoff tonight sold his company
had no war orders, but added:
"Wa sell to anyone that wants to buy.
Whnt they do with our products after
they buy It Is of no Interest to us."
MUM, SAVItK AIUUV1H
KOK TIIK WEDDIXU
WASHINGTON, Dec. 17. Mrs. Francis
R. Sayre. President Wilson's daughter,
reached here today from Wllllamstown.
Mass.. to attend the. wedding of the pres
Ident to Mrsj Norman, Gait tomorrow
night. Mrs. Anne Howe of Philadelphia,
the president's sister, and Mlna Ann
Cochren. his niece, are expected at th
White House late today.
NKW YORK, Dec. 17.-Rolfe E. Boiling,
brother of Mrs. Edith B. Gait, and Ma
wife arrived here today from Panama,
en route to Washington, where they will
attend the wedding of President Wilson
and Mrs. Gait. Mr. Boiling la In the
banking business In Panama City.
Joseph T. Flnneran of Kast Orange, N.
J a pitcher of the Brooklyn Federal
league team married Miss Msry Cecilia
. gan, daughter of Mrs. Anna Marie Bgan
( 44 Main street, East Orange.
Exclusive Distributors for
Patrick Duluth "Bigger
Than-Weather ' ' M ackina ws.
We carry a complete line
of Full Dress and. Tuxedo
Suits at $15, $25 and $30.
A Sale of Stirring Interest to Men Who Know Good Clothes
The overcoats themselves are responsible for the tremendous
success of this great overcoat sale. Men who insist upon getting
clothes that are dependable in every detail are the kind of men who
are crowding our Big Clothing Department during this momentous
event; and they are going away enthusiastically pleased they
know real clothes value, and it is gratifying indeed to see the smile
of satisfaction on their faces when they try on these elegant overcoats.
Some Handsome Xmascf
Omaha Headquarters for Fur Lined
Coats, hundreds to choose from, at
$25, $30, $40, $55, S65 to $95
We carry the largest assortment of Men's
and Young Men's Trousers in the West.
Thousands of pairs to choose n aq
from, at $1.98, $2.08 and. . . ,j.yO
Smoking Jackets, supreme gifts for
men.- Sizes for men and young men, in
allcolors, $5.00, $7.50 $10 00
Full Dress and Dinner Vests, newest
styles of handsome quality silk. p n
Sizes 34 to 48 iO.UU
7isit Our Basement Lower Price Clothing
Department It Will Pay You.
-Men's and Young Men's-
Men's and Young Men's Overcoats, in short, box,
form-fitting or long ulster styles; convertible, self or
velvet collars. Heavy weight all-wool Kerseys, Serges,
Vicunas, Cheviots and Scotch Mixtures, in beautiful pat
terns; plain black or oxford grays; silk and serge lined.
$25.00 to $30.00 Values
Another Lot of Men's and
Young Men's High Grade
Suits and Overcoats
These suit and overcoats at $11.50 and
$14.50 are an example. Superbly tailored,
smartly designed, modern in every re
spect. There is no secret about it. It is
simply a question of buying influence in
markets, and you know what that means
with Brandeis. We have the clothing
world literally at our feet. We are con
stantly bringing to Omaha what we hon
estly believe to be the best clothing values
in America. A saving of $3.00 to $3.00
on each suit or overcoat.
In Two Lots:
Lot 1 Lot 2
Gifts Well Dressed Men Appreciate
The proper styles in beautiful qualities and at sensible prices. These suggestions will
please the most particular.
Christmas Olfts for Men
in Beautliul Sets
Special Purchase of Men's
Finest New Neckwear
Hurried hereby expross for this ad
vance Christmas Neckwear hale.
The very newest coloring and pat
terns can be found in this big pur
chase of high-grade Chribtiaas Neckwear.
Exclusive Silk Scarfs,
made of imported silks,
extremely large, open-end scarfs.
Regular 2.50 to 3.50 values.
t rf Beautiful large Silk
Pl.UU Scarfs, made in large
open-end four-in-hands. Very latest
patterns in Persians, self figured
and neat designs. Regular $1.50
Large open-end Scarfs,
made of all pure silk.
Ties that will hold their shape and
wear. Qualities that are found in
4 pair Silk Fiber Hose,
in Christmas box pi. UU
3 pair Silk Uose, in
2 pair Silk Thread Hose,
in Christmas box
Paris Garter and Armband r-rv
Silk Four-in-IIand Tie and Lf
Fountain Pen Set OvC
Combination Set of Belt, Cigar
Holder, Match Box and
Cigarette Ca6e.... 41..Z
Men's Leather Belts, silver plated
GLOVES3,000 Pairs of
Men's Gloves, $1.00
These are samples and surplus
stocks from our big glove purchase
recently of a well known eastern
nmaufacturer. They are fine dress
and street gloves of the best style
and quality, worth to $1.50 a pair.
The whole lot will go on sale Sat
urday at $1.00 a pair, and big value
at that price.
An extremely large purchase of
Men's Fine Dress and Street Gloves,
bought from the Geo. Allan Glove
Co., Gloverville, N. Y., at a very low
price, enables us to give yon wonder
ful glove values at this sale.
Dreaa and Street Gloves, p j
worth to $1.75, at 4I.IC
1,200 Men's sample
Made by the best makers of un
derwear, together with a very large
purchase of surplus stock of fine
union suits bought away under price.
Divided into three big lots for Sat
All the Fine Wool and Worsted
Union Suits, actually worthy
to $3.50,specially priced Cpl.vO
. LOT 2
All the Medium and Heavy Wool
and Cotton Mixed ' Union Suits,
worth to $2.50, Saturday & t AfX
All the Samples and Broken Lots
from the big purchase of Men's
Union Suits, worth to $2.00, Qf
sale price Saturday VOC
125 Men'a Sample Bath and
Lounging Robes, worth $6.00 to
7.."0, choice Saturday
.... - Mm. ;
The Old-Fashioned Christinas, but a New-Fashioned Hat
fore you take the train for the old home, and we will correctly
What better present than a fur cap
that he can use and admire every dayf
Alaska Sealskin Caps,
$3.05 to 815.00
Hudson Seal Caps,
$2.50 and $3.00
Russian Squirrel Caps,
Natural Muskrat Fur
Caps, $3.95 and $5
A CAP FOR THE BOY
A new idea but a good
one. A fur cap at 08c or
a warm wooly Toquo at
50c is the first essential to
the outdoor enjoyment of
the boy in snow time.
Boys' Caps, 25c
About 75 dozen boys'
golf caps, fur iiihide
bands; also Boys' and
Children's Hockey Caps,
values to 50c, Saturday
Drop into IJrandeis Stores be
"hat'' you in a few minutes.
The famous Mayo
The world renowned
John B. Stetson Soft
and Stiff Hats, at
$3.50, $1.00 to
Bo7 $1.00 Chinchilla
Boys' and Children'!
Rah Hah Hats, made of Chinchilla, all colors.
Aluo Black Mush and Velvet Hats. $1.00 val
ues, Saturday, CJ5",
Christmas Givers. Have You Thotichtof a Traveling Bae or Suit Case?
Ladies' CJenuine Walrus liajrs
at $0.08 to $15.00
Ladies' Hlack Walrus and Seal
Bags, fitted with white French
$10.08, $11.08 to $32.50
Ladies Suit Cases, fitted with
white Persian ivorv
$12.08 to $50.00
Ocntlpmon's' Kitted Hajs nnd
Suit Casis. . ..17.50 to $-17.50
itendcl Ilriu'kor Auto Ixck
Wardrobo IVunks ' -$50.00
Orube - Mcvprina Wardrobe
Trunks $19.50 to 00.00
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