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TIIK BEE : OMAIIA, SATURDAY, JANTAKY 13, lUlU.
BRIEF CITY NEWS ;E. J. M'YANN WILL
L MOVE FROM OMAHA
Tewnsand's fop RportlBf QooS
are Root rrtat It Now Brecon Praea.
Xnveatmast, Doujlaa St. Cor., east of
14. Ask Luinont. Keollne fiMtt.
Wow Boy la alsto. A son waa born
to Mr. and Mr. R E. McLeester of Ral
Xsydea Builds U E. T- IIe
ten haa etarted to build a lio.onn home tn
Happy Hollow addition In Dundee.
"Today Mori TroTr classified
section today. It appears In .The Bee
EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what the va.
rtout tnovlnt picture theatere otfer.
Terdlot for Matter A Jury in district
court haa leturned a verdict for the de
fendant In the ault of the Xebraaka
Mausoleum company against Thomas 11.
alary la aisd Miss Charlotte Mar
tin stenographer In the office of County
Attorney Macney, haa had her salary
raised from $5 to T5 per month by the
board of county commissioners. She has
served sis years In her prerent capacity.
Danish sjistarnood Theater Tarty
Fifty-seven members of the Danish Sis
terhood attended a theater party at the
Krug theater Thursday afternoon, when
they witnessed a performance of "The
Spendthrift." Mrs. Peterson had charge
of the party.
DlToroe ay Defentt-rKmmy Itlea haa
secured a decree of divorce from Charles
Flies by default, cruelty havlns been the
alleged grounds. Petitions for divorce
have been filed by Hosa M. Paulsen
a (ain't Marlnus. Anna Skokar against
Charles and Alice Eeamer against George.
Hot Lunches for
South Side School
Serving of hot lunches for schoot chil
dren til resumed Thursday by members
of the touffl Omaha Woman's club, un
der the direction of Mrs. N. M. Graham.
The work of nrovidlnc hot lunches waa!
begun last year and worked out so suc
cessfully that tha clubwomen believa the
lunch system will be self-supporting this
year. Threa 'unch ticket are aold for
Finds Heavy Demand for Hii Serv
ices as an Expert in
MANAGER OF TRAFFIC BUREAU
TO LEAVE OMAHA.
Hot soup, bread and butter sandwiches, I outside cases still
TO HAVE OFFICE IN CHICAGO
E. J. McVann. manager of the traf
fic bureau of the Commercial club, j
has practically asked his traffic com-i
mittee to fill his position, if they tee
fit to do so, since he will be engaged 1
the greater part of the year with a ;
big case before the Interstate Com- j
merce commission for seventy-six coal !
mining companies of Virginia andl
Mr. Mcsnn Is In Washington now In
conference with coal mining officials In
regard to this case, and will be there for
It Is given on good authority that Mr.
McVann plans on his return from Wash
ington to open a law office In Chicago,
and that his family Is to be removed
to Chicago before very long.
As yet the traffic bureau haa not ac
cepted Mr. McVann'a resignation, and
ha given little thought to the filling of
his place, although it Is pretty well
settled that this Is a situation that will
have to be dealt with.
Handles Big; Cases.
During the last few year Mr. Mc
Vann haa handled almost mora rate
casee for big concerns In the east than
he ha local cases. He handled the gen
eral advance rata case on agricultural
Implements for the Xatlonal .mptement
nd Vehicle association. He handled
big lumber rate case for southern lum- j
ber associations, and handled a Mg coal
rate case for the Southern Cotton Mann- j
facturers' association, the rates affect- J
ing the coal consumed by the cotton j
These are a few of the big cases In j
which he has been retained In the lasl I
rniv v-r, rm mwtt , V... . in..tk.. .i.w I
- - . .... niece, lutcvuri vtl'Tl j i
n t Vi r Kin- - -. u .. I. . i-i . 1
-' " ' ' O ' l lantra, ill I U 111
In Chicago and Washington almost more
of the time than In Omaha.
Up to the time Mr. McVann received
his diploma from tho law school, a tittle
less than two years ago, he handled his
A"" " "
tie army received at Its various atopping
places and on Its arrival here made one
of the most picturesque local episodes of
TRAFFIC MEN KICK
ON JOINT BUREAU
Omaha Shippers Object to Estab
lishment of Bureau for Collec
tion of Freight Bills.
RAILROADS FAVOR THE MOVE
eiaoii'nej ny tn rauroaas at mkmi
City. Th Traffic club man say that In
thst city th bureau waa Installed be
cause the railroad patrons were too slow
in pavlns their fre'aht bills. No such
chaise ran he brouaht against Omaha
shippeis, they declare.
I'. .1. Krnst. assistant treasurer nf th
Iturlln.Tton tallrtiad and clmltman of th
railroad joint committee ihat proposes
a freight Mil collection bureau for
Oiits'ia. says In teply to th opposition
that stnre the Kansas City hiiresu waa
Proposed establishment by the "-. ' niPP.a na.
lanrttrwril It n'iiHii it hat almnlm!
railroads of a joint bureau for the;tri nectioi ., without working any
collection of freight bills In Omaha j hardship on the hippte.. lie e no
i., being via-prouslv protested and op- !nl'l"',, bureau for timahn may
. . be made for some time.
posrd by locsl patrons of the rosds. , A ,iro,,osM lo .. (hc Ull., f,.,u;u
At tha regular meeting of the houses end' altevnn.-n at o'clock, in
Dmaha Traffle rlnh an nrsaniottnn sicad of t.4.".. was also opposed b th-
, , .. , ,, . ., , Traffic club meeting, as they said I'
of traffic men of tho leading lui-,VOuM lievrnt ,,IPn, from lnMnil
nraa houses iMtronilng the mil- i nronipt shipment mi oi.I.ms received In
rends, the club went on record ash1' afternoon mull. However, membeis
,, ,, t, ,. , , 'snld they would use their Influence In
being unalteraply opposed to the col-, . ,, , . . .. . ,
j delivering shipments to the freight
lection bureau. The meeting was j houses as earl In the afternoon as pon-
held Thursdny noon at the Coninier-! sihie.
BRYAN ON PEACE
BOARD ON SALARY
Ford and Jane Addams Also Mem
hers of Court Costing Half
Million a Tear.
ROW OVER ELECTION FORM
Til K MAt'.t'K (Via London l,.(su.
H. Tlie Fol d peace expedition hfts (f"cd to accert a nominal ion to the per-
rhooslng the members of the permanent
Ijoai-d maiked the election.
tall It ( Mapirarr.
After the slat had been drawn and of
fered a--, the clioli nf Mr. Ford. Its sdort
tlon being urged because Mr. Kord was
the financial tweker of the party. John
P. Hatiy of 5tn I'Vanclsco branded th
scheme "as n conspiracy to railroad tli
sn tpn without reference to th mem
bora." II said -t wou'd be con.llred a
fare? In the 1'nlled Stales.
This flsn wea finally withdrawn and the
method of populnr election adopted. This
Listed all day.
Jude 'rn n. I.lnd'tey of tener re
elected the following Amerlcar
members of the permanent
piauent hoard, but probably will remain
In Kurope Indefinitely in the merest of
opposed hy two votes.
tlal club rooms, following luncheon
Ml llonn Time l.lmlt.
The club members declare that the pro
Officers of tlte Traffic club are: Ptesl
jdent. K. C. Wilbur. M. K. Smltll & Co..
I vice president. I". C. Newciviist. Orcs tid-
llh' liu t oi.ipauy; secretary. C. K.
posed bureau would cut down the time ! 'ln' ,u Biscuit company.
limit of credit now allowed in settlement
of freight bills, and would greatly ln
conven'ence the railroad pntions In other
ways. They also assert that the scheme
would Increase the number of overcharge
claims to bw brought against the mil
roads. A similar collection bureau as recently
llerrlnaer tieta Job.
Hock ford team of the
P'Sce orp hans of the warring notloivs.
bonrd lo sit In Europe indefinitely , The elf, t ion of Mr. Ford und Miss
with tho nurnose nf usina all efforts . Addama ttas unanlntoi.s. lr. fl' van wn
tn setlle the war:
William Jennings ntjsn, Henry
( harles F. Aked and Mrs. Joseph FCR 11EfT 0F TRUNK
rets oi rniianeipnta. Mamiy Hi.
Klve other members will
chosen tomorrow as alternates.
! MANDY BROOKS JAILED
t-'aral I'ai I lone.
k. KI7 .tones etr"et. chaiaeil
be ' with the theft of ti mink from ltelmn.it
, Urns., l:'l rougl;s street. arrest I
; mill pleaded guilty to the charge. She
' M'.-.a sentem-eil to Ihirlv risvs In th"
Th le id will he composed f an eiiial f.oi nts- lall.
number of menihe.a ti'oin be aii.ins jr ry P,t cili.re.l. rharK.d with sleal
neutral countries and vlll reman In The j ln(, , Ikx of rrne, from a Merchant
11. an or Stockholm with the financial ,riT wagon, was sentenced to thirty
hacking of Mr. Kord. Ka.h member will ri,vi , ,.u(lnv Jr
recelv a salary and the emir expenses
esgu haa signed Howard lerrlnger as ! ' the board probably will ammml to
team manager. j .VKi.'iO yearly. Lr. AUed announced that
he would offer his resignation from bis
Snn Francisco church.
Lively dlseuss'ons among the members
of the expedition over the methods of
Ml I mi.
I'lesiilent K. W. IHcI.erson of the Cen
tral league announce" lie will have an en
tirely new staff of umpires.
To Hetrr llen fklet.
WASHINGTON. Ian. M.Atorney
Oemial tlregory today formally an
nounced t'at the government will re-try
lli five furnier Mew Haven directors
over whese guilt or Innocence (be federal
grsnd Jury In New Vork disagreed.
crackers and anotner not aisn mo a "i
the menu. Mr. A. K. Sherwood Is su
pervisor of the lunch room.
Assisting Mrs. Graham In the work are
Mesdames Waiter Nltsche. Clyde Rells,
Roy Dennis end E. R. Lee.
aa a traffic bureau
man, and turned the fees for auch work
Into the bureau's coffers. After he was
admitted to court practice, he asked to
be released from this abllgation. and a
new salary basis waa agreed upon,
which left him free to accept outside
Prospers m Wales ch,caBvnd
i !now said to have definitely
(Correspondence of The Associated Press.)
LONDON. Jan. 12. The Wales tinplate
industry waa never so prosperous as now
Large orders have come from France
where the plate Is used in making bombs
for trench warfare, and tho demand for
tin In England la above normal, aa cant
have taken the place of glass Jars and
bottles to a Urge extent In the drug and
An entirely new lino of work has also
been built up tn the manufacture of tin
boxes, a branch of the Industry that bad
been captured by Germany prior to the
War. Germany bought Welsh plate and
returned the manufactured boxes to
Kngland, ' duty free, a well aa to the
British colonies. England has now built
up plants for tin box end can making and
I rate cases for his own personal oractlc.
(During the laat year these case have
I grown to such volume that ho has had
to spend even mor lime than before In
so that he Is
must sever his connections with the
bureau here and remove to Chicago.
; j Filipino Governor
Given High Praise
WASHINGTON. Jan. 14.-High praise
of' the administration In the Philippines
of Governor General Harrison t Included
In a special report on the islands by
Brigadier General Frank Mclntyre, chief
of the Insular bureau. General Mcln
tyre made a personal study of conditions
last fall and his report has been sub
mitted to the president and congress.
"The high motives which prompted
General Harrlsin'a acceptance of his
office." General Mclntyre says, "have
Intends to keep up the present work In j guided his conduct thereof. He has la
the days of peace. Some difficulty la j bored unceasingly, and as a result of
encountered now In supplying the enor. j theae labors he has gained the admiration
mous demand against the handicaps of
high priced steel and the acarcity of
acid, on which the government munition
works naturally heva first demand.
Visit Friends Here
Selection of a successor to the late
Bishop Scannell is believed to have been
the subject of a conference held in Omaha
Wednesday afternoon by Archbishop
James Keane. Archbishop Glennon, Arch
bishop Ireland and several bishops. The
conference was held at the late residence
of the dead bishop.
Archbishop Keane of Dubuque, la., and
ArchbishoD Glennon of St. Louis, who
and respect of the people of the Islands
As g consequence the excellent state of
law and order prevailing In the Christian
provinces of the Philippine Islands is bet
ter assured than it has been at any time
in the past, while the penetration of
schools and sanitary work In the portions
of the Islands inhabited by the wild peo
ple and Moroa, particularly th latter. Is
beyond the most sanguine expectation of
two years ago."
MICHIMAS SAYS ROSSI
SLAMMED HIM ON COCO
"Hey. Jodge! Theesa mans hees geev
me slam on coco an tella me hees cop,"
exclaimed William Michimas. South Side,
last night when he entered headquarters
tn Omaha on account of the death station to unburden his tale of woe. He
of lliahop Scannell, have returned to their j waa dragging with him one Nick Roasi,
aiao oi me Douia oia.
Candy for Saturday Selling
c Cream Pipped Br!l Nut, lb
Old Fssbloned Htartf Walnut Tatty, lb. tao
Home Mad (.'ream Von nut Squares, lb. le
Inebrious Nut VUvlnltr. lb Sfto
Delicious Cream f'hocelat Bitter t
and SsIh 8tyl Milk Chocolate tew
isttmininarrnrir ii i .......r..-,.., . i. -....-i-,.-. ,.-.j- iHfld-...... - ... -..-.M..,.-...as
Victor - Victrolas
In grt vartsty of stylas frm Sltte
tlila Department. IonBlaa It.
coat purchasers. CX$&f
Icls direct from
iwn, includui; the r
Saturday ;vill be a day of splendid opportunities for
We offer for sale at unusual reductions many new model
our buyer in New York. These include all the new styles shown
belted and flared models now so popular, in both a variety of plain tailored and
fancy fur trimmed garments.
An Exceptional Opportunity to Economize
Broadcloth Coats, Plushea,
Corduroya, Duvetj-nfs. Vi
cunas and Zibflinea. Worth
to $49.00, at
Duvetynea, Plushes, Cordu
roys, Zibrlines and Novelty
Coats. Worth to $30.00, sale
PerHiana, Plush, Zibelincs,
Caraculs and Novelties in
coats worth to $29.0(), aale
Children's Coats, Dresses, Furs
At HALF-PRICE Saturday
Entire Stock of Chil
dren's Dresses, velvets,
ailks, challies and serges.
Prices to $15.00, Satur
Choice of our Entire Stock of Juni
ors' and Children's Coats, in plushes,
corduroys, velvets, chinchillas and nov
el ties, both tailored and fancy fur
trimmed styles; all new and desirable.
Prices to $35.00, Saturday, at
Choice of Any Child's
Fur Set in Stock, Fitch,
Opossum, Civet, Conie,
Imitation Ermine and
Prices to $25
nywhar "fp trial,"
Well, go on." wrgei Officer Turner.
"Jus set I tella yo! Ho's slam me on
coco an' h' us: "He.i, .:. hit
fo yo ot aJla de men? I wan toff po-
Archblfihop Ireland of St. Paul and
Bishoj, O'lVllly of Fargo, N. V.. visited
friends in Omatia yesterday In company
uiili Vnthpr Harrineton of this city.
Among those whom they met wra Victor i s mans. Give to me de mon."
. i I XVall aTA fT '
Rosewater. editor or, ine e. wnom inoy . " " .. 1 . . .
ha known for many years and whose "Thees fella he s bat me some more on
father, the late Edward Rosewater. was w
also a warm friend. ArcnDiwiop ireiana
and Blehop O'Reilly left for Chicago last
Credit Men Plan to
Reorganize the Body
I'lnns for tha reorganliatlon of the
Omaha Credit Men's association were
made last night at the regular monthly
meeting, held laat night at the Lrfiyal
hotel. . The reorganisation has been
proposed in order to permit members lo
take up the activities of all of the
branches of the national organisation.
J. H. Rexten was appointed delegate
to the tanking and currency commit
tee moeting at Chicago. January it and
John Duff waa appointed to represent
the Omaha organisation at the adjust
ment bureau's meeting, in the same city,
at the same time.
Roeal waa held aa a auspicious charrter
and Michimas as complaining wttnesa.
AUSTRALIAN ARMY GROWS
AS IT MARCHES ALONG
(Correspondence of the Associated Tress.)
SIDNEY, Australia, Jan. 11 The
"snowball army" which Captain Httchen
of the Qll'gandra Rifle club started with
a handful of men. who set out from Gil
gandra October 10 for a 32ft-mlle march to
fldney to enlist, attracted to Itself so
many other patriots on the way that It
entered Sidney with a total of M3 men,
who have been accepted for the service.
The enthusiastic reception whli-h the lit-
The Savings in Our Big Fur Sale Are Amazing
Come Saturday-Brandeis Furs Are Guaranteed fcr Correct Faihion, Quality Value and Lasting Satisfaction
Including All Extra Pant Suits
BOYS' SUITS, $3.75.
Two pairs of pants, fully
lined, with each suit. Ages
9 to 17 years. These suits
are greatly reduced.
Many in the lot were $5,
and a few $6.50 values.
Ages 13 to 17 tfJQ 7?
years. Choice. PO I O
A SPLENDID OVERCOAT SPECIAL.
Chinchilla coats with caps to match, gray,
brown ahades; different models to select
from. Special Saturday
all sizes. $1.00 values. . .75o
Flannel shirts, regular
41 rut t 7Ka
V,a.uu ,..-., wv
Flannel blounes, ages 9 to
16 years, 75c values 45c
Sweaters, worth $1.50.
special Saturday $1.00
Extra Values in Warm Underwear;
and Fine Hosiery at Special Prices
-Womsn'i Ptirsi Thread Silk, Fin Cotton
and Silk Lisle Hosiery. In black and white.
Full fashioned, double wide carter tops,
hlrh spliced heels and toes with double
soles. Saturday. S pair for 11.00, o (
or each pair OOC
Men's. Women's and Children's Woolen
Hosiery, sorae fine cashmere with silk heels
and toes; plain and ribbed tops, double
soles, heels and toes. All sue, np
Worth to 50r, pair OC
Men's. Women's, Misses' and Boys' Medi
um Fine Cotton and Lisle Hosiery, soma full
fashioned and seamless; fine and heavy
ribbed; spliced soles, heels and toes. "Black
Cat" Brand. All sizes. Worth -t f
25c, special, pair IOC
Women's Silk and Wool Union Suits, For
est Mills Brand. Some suits worth to
13.98, broken sites.
Women's Fine Cotton Union Suits,
urn and fleecy lined. Broken lots
and sizes, worth $1.00
Broken Ijots and Sites in Children's and
Boys' t'nlon Suits, in part wool and all
cotton. Worth to $1.00, pjQ
ssle price OaC
Children's and Misses' Fleeced
Vests, Ankle Pant, to .Match, 35c
vslues. all rises, garment
ARNOLD MARTIN BRINGS
SILVER CUP TO CAPITOL
(From a Staff Correspondent )
LINCOLN. Jan. 14 (Special. ) Arnold
Martin of Pawnee county, who Is an ex
pert in raising- farm products and who
won several prleea at the international
soil produces exposition at Denver, called
at the office of Governor Morehead today
and left a bl silver loving cup.
The oup haa the following Inscription:
Interstate Boll Products Kxpos tion. Den
ver. Mis. Won by Arnold Martin for Ne
braska." British and French
BERLIN. Jan. lt.-By Wlrelesa to Bay-
villa.WA .tronif British atta.lc near
Armentlerea and two French onslaufhts
in th Champagne were repulsed hy the
Germans, the war office announced to
day, . . . , .
CLEANSE THE BLOOD
Rheumatism Due to Bad Blood
Thousand! have been made well. People
In the poorest health, suffer-In? from
Rheumatism, with whom pain waa con
stint. Who believed that their vitality
was sapped beyond repair. It was proven
to them that the cause of their troubl
was the blood; that I'rio Ac d, the most
faithful ally of Rheumatism, had gripped
them. The poison in the blood haa sap
ped its atrenjfth. The weakened blood
had allowed poison and Impuritlr to ac
cumulate, and all energy was gone. They
felt "poorly," were Katies, pain waa
ever praaent. with poor digestion and
dyspepsia. They tried R. 8. nature's
viuug lonw. a uvy up urns. 4 nia f
compound of nature's remedies of roots '
and herba did what drugs failed to do.
It literally washed the blood free from
poieoa, and with the (low of pure blood
eame back healta. strength, vigor and
happiness. Get B. S. S. from your drug
gist. Insist upon 8. 8. 8. If yours is a
leu standing cj, writ for medical
advice to Bwift Specific Co., Atlanta. O ,
bJt begin taking 8 8. 8. at one.
$ 1 W. IMC Or HUKM
"j I iff"'
Half Price Book Sale
We' have on hand approximately 1,000 volumes of the best copy
righted fiction, heretofore sold by us at 50 cents, which we want to
clean up quickly, and In order to do so we are going to sell them at
Just exactly half price, or
Pleas not th f&ct thst these are not simply books which "should
aell for ao much." or "ralue so much," which is th usual wording of
special sale advertisements; they are books that have been selling
here In our own store at SO cents and up and are now reduced for a
quick clearance to the nomlnsl price of 1t a volume.
Stamped and Tinted
Scarfs. 36c values...
Stamped Pillow Cases on tub
ing, day cases and seal- OC
loped edge. Pair a3C
Japanese Lunch Cloths, 60 and
63-Inch sites. $1.25 j f-
values I OC
Stamped Scarfs and Centers
on natursl linen, II snd Cf
$1.25 value OUC
mm r m
women s onoes
Women's Dress Shoes, clolb
and kid tops; straight Cuban or
Worth to $4.00
Children's Shoes, th "Safety-
First" Brand. Worth $2.00.
Sixes up to 2,
Panta .Legglns for Children,
tn corduroys or black r Q
Jerseys, worth to $2.;.70ii
Drugs and Toilet Articles
Madam Talc's Tooth
Powder. Sfti' all ....14
Jap Rose Tali um Pow-
Sar. ran Ie
I.U'-II Ka a Pow.lrr.
II 0 box Me
Mauaxii Jar'bell Pa-a
Fawdar, Mb als He
Palmar' Almond Maal,
Its iaa I4e
Moaar A Oallaat fU
I'owdar. S&e alaa I fee
. Halmollva Hoap. spaclal.
tha iak a
llr-KIa Talcum Pow
dar, box tic
Ualha Ka a C'raam. al....e
TII Tollal Water. Tit ala tiut..4W-
fond a fold I'r.ini. itr alta...ttc
Canthrox fhimiwo, iO'i alia at.. ;!
Ix.rtn'a Hrunatta houxa, apeial . . t.T,.'
Auliry Ntalar' Dry Kuug, dux..
tpioroaa Kara Powder, afle ho.
iOr Marcuarvtta Mylvl Itoute. ..)( .
li s Madam lee l.ell a Hath Oil.Sit-
14 Mav l-'ara l'oder. box r
l uiAinibar 1 ream, ap.. !ru ana. id'
-Jaiseu Almond I.ollou. tjc aia.18
-Haara I narenteil Huap. epa., caka.l'J
I.latartna. II. air botUe
Rromo Haltaar. ao alaa. apa.
-bioatra Liniment. ;ic ana ..
gj i Special Sale of Mani
Mentholatum, Ito ia.
Hal Kepatlra. 10c alae.
I.ydl Plnkham' Vasa
tabla Compound. bot.Sle
Bcott a Kmulalea. (I
laa belt la Sat:
Uanderme, itc ia Iwi
Maaatta Talcum Pow.
dar. aarlal, can lie
Diamond I'e, all vl
lor. packaaa a
-Allrt k Preu PI-
tar. ck 1 1
Pompalan tlla OH.
Hubber Sheeting, 3-tn.
wide, vara ... . , te
Hwopllal Abaurbent l ot
ton. I -lb. pka 1M
Hrrc Acid. 1-lb.
pa. kasa , . .t-lo
kirk c'aatlla aWiap,
pa.-ll, pound br....ll
t-quai t r'ountala H r-
lne. worth II eO
O Cedar Oil Hour Poi-
Ish, tto aia :
-imirtrn l.ady floor
OH. It alaa aw
Wlta T Pamaeaeeaa
blailea. In rut Jut aa
llluatrated: aold eerv -here
at II 0. Spwetal
No' aiail' bVdar ruled
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