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THK BKE: OMATTA, SATURDAY, JANUARY- 29,-1916.
HOT SAFEON SEAS
American . Protest Says Ponchet
Treated in "Vexatiouily In
"STEONG nXIUfO ABOUSED"
WASHINGTON, Jan. 21. The
text of tha American protest to Great
Britain against Interference with
neutral matin, made public tonight
rereala that diplomatic and consular
pouches have been treated In a
manner the United State considers
"rezatlousljr Inquisitorial." The
note describee the practice ot Brit
ish officials as "unwarranted Inter
ferences" and urgently requests a
prompt reply points, out that "a
strong feeling Is being aroused" In
this country by the loss of valuable
letters', while foreign banks are re
fusing to cash American drafts be
cause they hav no assurance that
drafts are secure in the malls.
Th United Ftte declare that parcel
post articlei ara entitled to tha aemp
llona of neutral trade, and denies tha
right of Great Britain to take neutral
mall ship Into Brltlnh Jurisdiction for
purpose of orch and then aubmlt them
to lo-al censorahtp regulation. It atei
denies' that the British government ha
any authorlly over Vieutral sealed malla
en ehlpa which merely touch at British
Mill I ! Alllea.
Willi the text 'of Hie American note
wea ma le public Oreat Britain a Interim
tet"ly. saying that question of principle
taiecd hy te t'nlled btates have made It
reary for dieat'Erltaln to consult ita
alllea before answering finally, and In
ttng lint titers wiii bein unnecessary
dlay In the negotiation.
The American note la. In the form of a
memorandum to Ambassador Tag at
London instructing him to file a 'formal
and vigorous protest." It 'I" dated
January 4 and textuslly la as fallows:
"Department artviscd that British cue
t'.ms authorise i-nnosed from Danish
xleamer O.nsr II. 734 bags piuuel mall
rn route from V'ltetl Hlales to Norway;
edpn and IVnimark; that British port
aulhoi-lUce lve removed from Bwedlsh
et.-amar Stockholm .fifty-eight bag par
cel mall n , ro :t from doMienbiirj,
Hnedrn, to New Yor:i; that U t packaaea
n( merchandise. A met lean property, have
teen ailrcd hy British authorities on the
I n rklnli atramrr Cnlled fliatea on It lafct
I tip to the t'nltrd Plates; thai custom
a'lti.orl'.ioi at Kirkwall on Ieceinber 1,
Mird i7 has of parcel matter from
steamer Frederick Vlll manlfealeil for
Norway. Sweden and Denmark. Other
similar eaaea might ba mentioned, such
in that ef thn a learner Hellgolav.
i a eject Same Trentaseat.
''Department Inclined to regard parcel
poet articles aa aubtect to aama treat
mint aa artlclea aent as express or
freight In repect to balllgerant search,
elur and condemnation. On the other
Ian J, parcel poat artlclea are etil'tlsd to
I ha uaual exemption of neutral trade,
arid the proteat of th government of the
V nitcd Blate In regard to what consti
tute the unlawful bringing In of shtpt
for aearch In port, the- Illegality of
to-railed blockade by Great Britain and
tie Improper aaaumpllon of 'Jurisdiction
of veaaela and cargoes apply to commerce
using parcel poat service for tha trans
mission of commodltlea. Pleaaa bring
'.1)1 matter of parcel poat formally to tha
mention of the British government. .
"The department la further Informed
that on December t tha entire malls, In
cluding aaalad malla and presumably tha
American diplomatic . and consular
peucbe. from tha I'ntted states to Tha
Netherlands, wer removed . by British,
authorttlea from tha Dutch ateamer New
Amsterdam; that on December 20 tha
lnitch veaael Noorder Dyka waa deprived
at th Downa of American mall from tha
t'nUed Biatea to Bottardara and that
l He malla are still -held by Brltltah au
thority. Other aimllar Instance could
be mentioned aa the eaaea of th steam
it Rotterdam and Noordam,
Ul Admit Rltkl.
"Tb department cannot admit tha right
of British authorttlea to sella neutral ves
sels plying directly between America, and
neut.-el . and Ruropean porta without
touching at Britlah porta to bring them
Into port and, while there, to remove or
censor malla can led by them. Modern
. prartlcea general. y recognlaea that malla
ar not to be censored, confiscated or de
stroyed en tha Mgh sea a, even when car
ried by belligerent mall ships. To attain
tha same end ey bringing such mall ahlpa
within British Jurisdiction for purpose
of search and then aubjectlng them to lo
cal regulation allowing cenaorahlp of
malla cannot be Juattfied op th ground
of national Jurisdiction. In eaaea where
nentrat mall ahlps merely touch at Brit
ish ports th department believe that
Britlah authorltka have no international
right to remove th sealed malls or to
censor them on board ahlp. Malla on such
ahlp nevsr rightfully coma Into tha cus
today of th Britlah mall aervlc and
that service entirely without responnl
bllhy for their ttabslt or safety.
Strong; Keeling, Areaeed.
"Aa a reault or Britlah action, atrong
feeling ia being atouaed In thla country
on account of tha loaa of valuabl letter,
money order and draft, and foreign
banka are refis.ng I caah American
draft, owing to the abaenc of any se
curity that tha drafta will travel aafely
In th malla. Moreover, th detention of'
diplomatic ani consular mall la an Mfra
sting rltcumatance in practice, which
la generally regarded in thia country aa
texetioualy InqclaHorial and without
compensating military advantage to Urtat
Britain, flea lay thla matter Immedi
ately befor the British govornment In a
formal and vigorous protest and praa
tor a aiacontluuaac of the . unwar
ranted interference . with inviolable
snail. Impress upon Sir Edward Grey
th neceialtjr for prompt action in thl
'..The ad laterlaa (Reply.
Great Britain ad Interim reply. dlv.
wed to Afabaaaador rg. Jttuari as, n4
aignad by Sir Kdward Urey. tha foreiga
"TUa commuBluaUoo which your eacal
Iracy u good coo ugh to. make oa th
'Otn Instant rcgaiding the aeisur of
mails from ueutral veaaela raia4 Im
portant queatlon of prtnolple In regard
pulti y Jointly deUded nod acted udob tie
tl.a allied ,,,. .. . .
ti. allies goverument. llu inajtaly'a
government is therefor compelled to
tomimirmste wltn their atlW-a Wlore thev
. stud, reply to your meuiorandum. '
From, Our Near Neighbors
Mlaa Kde Junemyer left Saturday for
Lincoln, where ehe will attend arhonl.
Mahlln Holbrook of Colom. R. P., wa
calling on Papllllon friend AVedneeday
tnvlfatlonS are out for a ''l-eap Tear
ball'' to be given hy the youna womn
of Papllllon at Belt a hall Saturday, Feb
Ed ltpp and Will Weber have filed
for county treaaurer. J. II. Wllaon for
rlerk of the dletrlct court and J. M
atea fnr atate eenator.
Ml taura 0-hriner.'daugriter of Mr.
and Mr, t'v Ohrlniter, and Hnmlo
(late of near tlilmore. were married
Tuady at the home of the bride a par
enta In North, Papllllon.
Misee Marie Hrhaah. Tmrothy Hanchett
and l.et Keae entertained the t'hrlatlan
Kndeovor acxlety of the Hieahylerlan
ehiirrh lt Haiurday evenlua at the
C'harlea Hchaah home wet of town.
Ir. R. W. Taylor of Omaha gave an
Inatruotlve lecture at the Preabyterlan
churrlf Krldav evening: on "Wondera of
the Routhwoet." Illuatrated with terop
tlcon view taken on hi own travel.
MIm Kva Kennedy, who haa been teach
ing hool near Ollmore, haa realgned
and I at home here caring for her
HM.thr. who- fH nd epreined her ankle
and will, he laid up for aeveral weeka.
Mr. and Mr. K. A. H human wer
vleitor in Omaha Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kiecker) are the
parent of a baby, born last week.
Judge Q. W. Shield of Omaha wa a
bualnraa vlnltor In Klkhorn Friday.
The aon of Henry K.h ke and Theodore
Denker, who Were very ll with pneu
monia, are Improving.
Hchool commenced Thursday, after be
ing rloeed a wrk on account of acarlet
fever. Tlr are no new eaaea.
Ml lron vlnlted at Stanton and
Mlaa Warren at Hprlng Orove with their
parent during the laat week.
Mr. and Mm. Fred Winterbitrn vlelted
laat week at TUden with the latfr'a
later, Mr. Theodore Hanaen and family.
C. ( "olllna; waa '"leased from quar
antine Monday.' Willie I Improving,
but the family will tie quarantined eome
Mr. and Mr. John Met 'lr-n-Khan I '-ft
for . their home at S ilney Hiimlay even
ing. aftr aeveral week' Mall here' with
. .Valley. .
Mt.,W. . Kddy. i quit seriously ill
JIti. Gclnea of Fremont waa th kueet
of Mr. and Mr. Bulla Monday and Tuee-d;-.
Mr. A. Oardltier returned Saturday
from a vlalt with her daughter, Mra.
Nova, at Dundee.
Miss Manna and Mlaa Took 'entertained
th--HriiMnatoi) club at the liome of Mr.
PulLa ,VVeiieiiday evening ,
Bev. Mr. Bayhurn .cam down from
'LIARS" GI YE HIM
INSIDE JN MEXICO
Wilton Say i Some of Hit Opinions
About Men Are Extremely
A LOT. GOING ON WITHIN HIM
, NEW YORK, Jan.i,29. President
Wilson, speaking last night before
the Motloa-ricture Hoard of Trade,
epoks as follow: ; j
' "J found out what was going on
In Mexico In a very singular war
hy hearing a sufficiently large num
ber of. liars talk about it. '
"!t Is very tedious to hear men
lie, particularly when you know they
are lying. You feel like reminding
them that really your time Is Impor
tant to you and that you wish they
would get down to business and tell
you what is really so. , .
He Savee Tlaa.
"I gof to know Jlhat story so by heart
that tha laat time a deputation visited
me about Mexico, I thought 1 would aav
time. Snd I told them exactly what they
wer going to aay to me, and they went
awsy very much confused; they wondered
how I had heard It, because they knew
It wa ao.
"Bom of my opinion about aom men
r extremely picturesque; and If you
could only take a motion nlctute of them
you would think It waa Vesuvius In erup
tion. And yet all these volcanic forcea,
all the thmgs that are going on inside
of ma, hav to b concealed under a most
grave and reverent exterior; and I have
to make believe, that I have nothing but
repetbo and solemn thoughts all tha
time; where ther Is a lot gotnit on in
side m that would ba entertaining to
any audience anywhere."
rteaeed evltta Reetptle
Leavlng tit Blltmor immediately after
tha cloee of his addresa. th president nd I-n cam to the congressman's wsy of
Mrs. Wilson went to th railroad station. ; thinking.
being recognised, and, cheered along th j Omaha people are very greatly Inter
rout. Befor boarding hla private car sted in this decision and may be partlcl
Jlr. Wilson said h waa more than pleased rants in a new oil field tn th carbon
with hla reception In thia city and welt
aatiafled with tha manner tn which the
first of his appeals for national prepared
ness waa rocld. 'Th party left for
Washington at o'clock) this morning
over th Pennsylvania railway.
TOOK OATH TO BURN
CAMPS AND KILL MEN
t'ASTI.K w.s.:k. Colo.. Jan. is-An osth
to burp mlrUnc eamp snd kill vryon
not a sncmbtr of th ualoa wt sdmlnia
trd to strlkars th night befor -th
commencement of flghtlna between atrlk
rs and militiamen ner Walaenburt In
April. 1914, scoorjlna to testimony gvn
today by Kllck Oseirk at th trial ot
four former alrlker charged with kllllug
taJor P. P. Les.sr. Oaelrk told th Jury
th oath was administered at unloa hall
tn Walaenburg by Hob Roh. an organ
isr. ' . .
' Power to subpoena ' witness In th
hnaring of HeprMntailva Hurhanan
charges against t nltr.l Htatea Ulatiirt At
torney Marshall of New York, waa given
by tl house to th Judiciary commttta-
Kenator Clarke of Arkansas, author of
th 1'hUippln bill amentlment for tli In
rlependenre of the Inlands in from two to
four year, aaaerted hla wllllngneaa to
have - Japanese ultimately tak over th
control of th Islands.
Although th navy ha plans for
t wemy-rive-knot steam-driven auhniarUie,
it probably will stick for th present to
twenty-knot oil-driven eubmarlnea. Thla
waa dlarlneed to the house naval commit
tee by Rear Admiral Urlfftn. chief en
gineer of th navy, who a.d that th
problem of aubmerglng tha big ateam
diiven hosts In the brief time It might
have to eacep n enemy ill presented
Appointment of a commute to return
the vtslt of Central American who at
tended th reoeat fanAmerlcaa financial
conference waa announced by Bocretaxy
McAdoo. Other Ouiumlltee will be named
to go to South American countriea. Th
committee will aall fnm New Orleans
"'"tero, New Orleans; trnxl Ling, I
York ; John tlauaen. fn Kranclaco; J
. Htplev, New York; Thomu J. Wall
hen ilernardlno. Cat; J. B. Pabson. 1
ArU'"' h. 'hhsgo; John
Fremont klmnday evenlna and ronduted
eervlrea In the ojra houee unuT tie
aueplrra of Ihe KvangeilKtlc aanocratlon
Rev. Jullu fichwart came out from
Onmha to act aa moderator at a con
greiiatlonnl meetlna of the I'reebytet Ian
church after prayer meeting Wednceday
The regular monthly riveting of the
Valley Women t'hrletlan Temperance
union wa rld at the home of Mr. F.
M. Hutta Ftldav afterntmn. A rrmmorlal
frvtrf wa given for the late Mra. Mnrie
Johnaon, who waa pmldcnt laat year
and vli-e prealdent thla year.
Mr. Otto BronK waa a Weeping Water
Mra. Maud Martman of Lincoln was
letting relative here thla week.
Mr. R. A. Trook and daughter. Mia
Elate, were vlaltinif at Auburn Saturday.
Mlaaea Judith and Phyllla Sltrauh were
vlaltlng with Omaha friends over Hunday.
Worth nilck and daughter Helen hav
returned from a two weeka' vlalt at
Hlckavllle, O. -
Joseph MclHinlel and Mr. I. T. Boyer
have rethmed from Memphl. Mo., hav
Ing been called tNer by the death of-thelr
The Farmera' Mutual -Telephone com
pany haa pur-lini.ed a new awltchhoard,
which will be jnatalled in their office in
a few day.
Brick Freelierger of Clark
vlaltlng hla mother here.
Mr. Marjorlft Brazee of Omaha la vis
iting Mra. Floyd Davidson.
Mr. Frank Oomt fell In the cellar and
suffered tha fracture of two rlha.
Jamea Wade- I hack after a two
month' stay In Louisiana and Mtaalaaippl.
Mr. L. Brtiaman of Omaha vlxlted her
daughter, Mra. H. O. Ixnell, Inat Tueaday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Jonea of Jonathan,
Neb,,' visited Bon Bchobert over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chi.rle Johnson of Ingo
mar. Mont.. I vlaitlng the family of
Mr. J. M. Iwell entertained her sla
ter, Mr. A FJ lake of Wabaah. Neb.,
th fore flirt of the week.
Kl bualneaa men from Omaha will hold
a gojel meeting at the opera house Sun
dy afternoon and evening.
fharlea Phelpa. who haa realded In thia
roHnty for many jeara, died at hla home
In lioulavllla laat Thuraday morning.
!r, I', a. Brown, a ks la ted hy Rev. Cap
sey: ha been holding revival meetings
at the Methodist church thla week
Wrd haa been received from Bert Hal
Ing. who Uvea In Stockton. Cel.. that he
was married on January 17 to Miss Mabel
Boyd of Kanaaa City.
Krick Hellene while In ; Omaha wa
robbed on Hlxtenth street 1n broad day
light, and beIJ.-a lonlng his .watch and
t In money l, waa knocked down and
Blabbed. The e.ui!nnt made hla eacape.
New York Pledges ,
Nearly a Million
For Jewish Relief
NWW YORK. Jan. 28.-Fledges aggre
gatliiK nearly I.OiO.OnO for th relief of
Jewa In the war awept countriea ot Eu
rope, were announced amid acenes of
wild enth'ualaam at a masa meeting held
tciilRht. When th return from the va
rloua committee, which had been con
vaBHlng different rlaaaea of bualneaa men
and tradea had been tabulated, th
pledge in amounts of mora than $6,000
aggregated STne.WO. , . Many additional
pledges were taken during, tha meeting
and It was expected that Uietotal would
reach the ll.0Oft.000 mark.
Qhef of Montenegro
' . Army Surrenders
1 Kit UN'. Jan. 2-(Vla Wlrelesa to Sav
vllle.) Advlcea from Vienna say that
General Vukotltch, who. according to
entente re porta, haa continued to lead
tha Montenegrin fore against tha Austro
liungarlan troops, ha surrendered' at
Danllovorad, together with eoveral other
OMAHA MEN'S OIL CLAIMS
: HELD GOOD BY SECRETARY
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. Jan 2. imperial Tele
gram,) Representative Lobeck waa In
formed today that th claims ot Indi
viduals In Omaha and elsewher under
Ihe Omaha and Wyoming OH company
had been allowed by the Interior depart
ment,1, the. delay being due to th Inability
of the department In making up it mind
whether th holding claimed' wer indi
vidual in character or came within cor
poration restriction. ''
Mr.' Ijobeek kept urging upon th de-
I perimeni met ma mineral rmnra wrn
Individual in character and not of cor-
Poratlou leadings and finally Secretary
region of Wyoming.
P" 1 1111 ii i ii m mil iiiiiii ii !----""
FIRST M0HR ROW
Woman'! Story of Her Relation!
with Preacher, Aroused Hus
band to Ang-er.
SHE BREAKS DOWN AND CRIES
PROVIDENCE, R. I.. Jan. 28.
The first serious break in the marital
relations of the late Dr. C. Franklin
Mohr and his wife, Elisabeth P.
Mohr, who Is charged with having
hired two negroes to kill him, oc
curred at the time she told her hus
band of her friendship for a man
named Samuel A. McDougall, who Is
now a minister in Plctou, Nova
8cotla. . .
This statement was elicited from
Mrs. Mohr after a severe cross-examination
this afternoon by Attorney
General Rice. Step by step the
prosecuting attorney brought out the
details of Mrs. Mohr's life. Occa
sionally during the examination she
seemed confused as to dates . and
facts given In her direct testimony,
and several times broke down and
It was tn 112, ah said, that she flrt
told Dr. Mohr about McDougall. The
doctor, ah admitted, waa Inceneed and
went to Nova Scotia to try to "have the
minister unfrocked. The attorney general
then reminded her that In her direct testi
mony ah aald that her husband had gone
"to tha provinces to se a friend."
Not Drlaklag Mlalatti1,
"Th doctor waa iinder th Influence of
! drugs," aald Mr. Mohr: "He aked m
if I pereferred McDougall to him, and 1
told him that tha way he waa acting I
thought McDougall would have been bet
ter he did not touch liquor.'
At the time ah met McDougall, Mrs.
Mohr said, ah waa known aa Elisabeth
Blair. She denied that ah told th doctor
that ah had left Provldeno to go to Boa
ton becaua of notoriety caused by her
friendship with McDougall: She could
not keep company with McDougall. she
said, becaua th difference in their re
ligious belief made It Impossible fof her
to becom a minister's wife.
It waa about the time ah told tha doc
tor about McDougall, the attorney gen
eral brought out, that Mr. Mohr and her
husband had a -falling out and that he
began to correspond wflh Mlaa KnUly
Burger, who later became hi secretary
and who waa seriously wounded at th
time the doctor waa shot down In their
Adanlta "She Was Pooled."
Mra. Mohr admitted that "ah was
fooled" about her. first marriage with the
doctor In Brooklyn, but that ah relied on
the word of th docto'r and took no other
She denied that ah had lived with the
doctor a year and a half before their
marriage. When th doctor told her, ahe
aald. that aha would have trouble in prov
ing; that they were legally married as
Z.OOX AT TMKaS BAAOAIHS
Cut ana wos of luring at atoaaa.
thai'. ' )
Helas Catsup, lbo sue lie
Veins Catnip, Boa sis. . . . . . . 18o
-iu. Pennant Flour tl.30
Hell i'lour, per sack. . il.SO
Good i'eaa, per can 7o
Beat Tomatoea, iper can So
Het-Creamery Hutter, per lb. SOo
Calumet Baking Powder. 1-lb. can,
for .. io
Iest No. J Storage Eggs, dox..a&o
'(aur Kraut, freah, per quart... So
. Alaaka BtUmon. 3 ran for too
Tall cana Condensed Milk, 3 for ISO
i: box mi 60 Matchea for So
' MS AT JUrSOXAfcSj.
. Shoulder eiteak, per 10 lBo
Boiliug Meat, per lb go
Hound Steak, beat, per lb loo
Salt Pork, per lb Vo
Good Bacon, per lb. . . loVi
Neck Bone,' 1 lbs.-for.-. loo
Llvjr, boat, per lb.,.., 60
i' Poultry drc-axeil while vnu wait
COAT . DlrtSTMEST, i
aatlafaotloa aad wtgbt ruaran
low Nut .......J.'. :.$4.BO
Illinois Lump or Nut. So.75
JCoaanthal'a Beat, no clinker, .
whit ah, at. Sfl.SO
Kurnar Coke '. . 8.aa
4 bnakets jlelivered ...... S1.00
t'hennk Nut ...(S.OO
A rastlma or Kohlf f Theater Ticket
rr--wlta every Sl.oo Order. Tea :
tickets or loo Orwsa Stamp with
very torn of eeL
Xellvrl to all vart of tha etty.
KaU Orders rilled.
. Roseitthars Grocery
. & Meat Market
1S11 Teavea worth.
Alt Phones S. 5131.
. ''''''' ' ''
he could not produce th certificate and
that the man who performed the cere
mony was dead, she decided not to live
with him another day until ther was an
Mine Workers Give
Vote of Confidence
To Frank J. Hayes
; INIUA.NAPOUS, Ind . Jan. M.-After
a bflter attar k bv C U. loy1e. secretary
of the Colorado miner. In which' he as
sailed the management of the strike In
that state, the United Mine Workers of
America. In convention, gave a sweeping
vote of confidence "to John II. White,
president, and Frank J. Hayes", vice
prealdent, today, when It approved by a
large majority, all that the ln-ernatlonal
officer had done to win ' that labor
For more than two hour IHiyle, with
a mass of letters, documents and pho
tograph attacked some of the thlnga
done by the leaders In conducting the
strike. After the convention had op
proved the acts of the InternStonal "bf
fcers, a motion to expunge from the
record all th remarks of Doyle was car
ried by an overwhelming vote.
1 Doyle's attack waa on of the sensa
tions of the convention.- The delegatea
appeared to be so eauer to vote on the
question of approving the acta of th in
ternational officers that "lc President
Hayes waa unable' fo gain tha floor to
make a reply, and gave notice that he
would make a statement later. President
White made a heated reply, in which he
declnred thai Doyle had done Irreparable
Injury to the struggling mine workers of
ACCEPT RATE RAISES
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Jan. 28,-Tha freight
rate Increases recently authorized by the
Missouri' Public Service commission were
accepted by a majority of Missouri rail
roads, and the passenger Increases were
ccepted by the Wabash. Rock Island,
Missouri, Kansas tc Texaa railroads all
under protest, however at a conference
of the legal, executive and traffic offi
cers of tha railroads here today. .
JULIUS ORKIN TAKES .
Proposes to Clean Out Every
Winter Garment on
Quotes Prices That WiU Cause
a Sensation.- Among
Irving Berlin, tha famous song writer,
felt satisfied when he completed his
song hit ''When 1 Leav the World Be-,
hind", but no mor satisfied than' will
Jdllua Orkln. ".'When K.- Leavea Hla
Ftore Behind' and start for "New York
the' doming' wk to- buy hla hue" t)cfc
ot spring apparel for hla greatly enlarged
Store. '; . .1 ";N ' : -r:'
Satisfied, because unless all signs, fall,
when th doors clos 'Saturday night ho
will hav disposed of practically every
winter garment In hla Block. Xi (
' lie haa clipped price so low that the
offerings will be irresistible to the woman
who knows quality, but who Is thrifty
enough to seek a bargain st the ame
timealso' to th woman. who may. not
know quality, but knows th reputation
of th. Julius Orkln store. . '. . .'
' As a headllner. , Saturday, he-aays:
"Take your choice of 1C0 Coats. Suit and
Presses, Including garments that aold up
to S45.00, t only tltl... No writer could
do Justice to a description of the magni
tude of this offer. . It takes ah Inspection
to make it fully convincing. . , ... .
Then ther ar 145 Ocats, alt late atylea,
valuea'to ?.Y00, to be sacrificed at $..
And here's another "excitement spe
cial." Two racks of odd and ends that
ahould bring up to $25.00 only 37 garment
In all, choice at $4 75. Like a lottery-It
your aise la among them, you win.
And many other attractive specials are
described In th ad. Read it then read
It again and be on hand Saturday morn,
inff. Jl'LIUS ORKIN.
1506-1513 Douglas St.
Lost in an Alaskan
Fog, Four Men Are
Thought to Be Dead
iEvARp, Alaska, Jan. . Four men
who crossed th channel to Fire Island
Tuesday to rescue several castaways ma
rooned there by the Cook Inlet ice field,
disappeared in the fog while attempting
to return to the mainland, and it la
feared they were lost, according to word
received here today from the rescue
pnrty camping at Campbell point.
Watchers on the shore saw the men,
Ole Jacohsnn, Balcimer. Wicks and Ker.
ln, reach the Island safely and go
aahore to aearch for the castawaya.
After a time they returned to their dory
BASKET STORE NO. 36
Will be located at 2111-13
and Fort will bo open oon.
Fancy Rome Beauty Apples, large
Flour must advance soon.
Red A. 4 8-lb. sacks ....31.45
Pancake Flour, 10c pkg. ..'.tic
Pure N. Y. Buckwheat, 1 lb. 5c
10 lbs 45c
Fancy Salted Crackers, lb. ...8c
Farina Breakfast Food, pkg. lie
l orn Flakes, 10c pkg ,6c
Standard Corn, 10c can Tc
Tomatoes, large cans ...... lOc
Independent brand Coffee, 1-lb.
35c cans ' 28c
Borax, 1-lb. pkg lOc
tiold Dust, 25c pkg. ...... .SOc
Chloride of I.lme, can .7c
Sal Soda, 4 H lbs. 5c; 25 lbs. 2.Tc
Shoe Peg Corn, 15c can . . . .lc
3 for .28c
Tall catia Red Salmon 17c
Oatmeal, 10c pkg. . . : . 8e
Oatmeal. 25c pkg lc
Ginger Snaps, per lb. ...... .ttc
Light riouse Cleanser, large can,
for 1 .' 4r
Jumbo Celery, bunch ...... .fH:
three for .'. , .'. . , .25c
It our neighbor sells sugar less than cost BUY IT, but remember
THE BASKET STORES
sell. 300 items lower than any other Omaha grocer,
,For our annual gathering of employees, to be held in Lincoln."
we close at 3 P. M. Wednesday,,
day, Feb. 3d.
1 7 Lbs. Fine Granulated Sugar, $1 .00
Special, Saturday Only 11 Itars White Laundry Queen Soap for 25j
Iwtrge Cans Pic Peaches, S cans for 25
FreKh Dressed Chickens, per lb. . 10?
Sirloin or Porterhouse Steaks, per lb 17H
Pig Pork Loin Roast, per lb.. 10Kf
Pig Pork Shoulder Roast, avernge from 3 to 4 pounds, per lb. Q?4
8 lbs. fresh Neck Bones for 25e
Pork Sausage, home made, lb.,
at , 12o
Mutton Stew, 4 lbs. for .... 25
SPF.CIAL Our fresh dally roasted
16c cans Sorghum at..... 7H
Good Eggs, per dozen .... 20
Good Nuts, soft shell English ,Wal
outs, or mixed nuts, lb.. LrlO
We Deliver Free Everywhere.
Frieslantl Farm Certified Millt
, A clean milk, from-clean and absolutely-; health
Holstein-Friesian cows. The barns are kept scrupu-"
lously clean. The milkers wash their hands before
milking each cow. The milk pails are sterilized. The
milk is immediately cooled and put in sterilized bottles '
and hermetically sealed. This.is the cleanest milk to be V"
obtained in Omaha. . - , - ; , l .. ;
FRIESLAND FARM, Tel. Walnut 1529-2.- 1
Distributor, Alamito: Sanitary Dairy Co.
: Telephone Douglas 409. : ; ' .
PIG PORK LOINS Fresh,
FRESH DRESSED CHICKENS.
Follow the crowd to the Kinprms Market. We hare car load of
fresh pork loins w hich ro on sale Snlurtliiy. See our bin window dis
play, have money on these hargains. i
Tig Tork Btitt.,...
I'lg Fork Hoaat. . .'. ,
Hterr I'ot H'Mst....
Young Veil I ltrast..
Youiijf. 'eal Chops. .
htetr HiiIoIii 8tcak..
. . . . .Oc-90
. . . . ,14to
SUerla to all carta of
THE EXPRESS F.1ARKET
Opp. Wool worth 5e and .1 Oc Store. 113 South 10th St. Tel. D. 2307.
25,000 PIQ PORK LOINS Fresh, Not Frozen lOVsd
FRESH DRESSED CHICKENS. . .....;."....;.'. .'.lSS
Tomorrow we ploe on sale three carload of aatlee haavV ItlerT ' wl
bought thee at th right price and. therefore, are going to rlMnrwi,K
Kile and rtU trad th benefit of oar mammoth buyiaj power wi W . J
aU th leading restaurants, hotels and UUtutlong l Omaha. PWJr
Hteer Pot ltoasf . .
. . lOo-So
I'lg- Pork Hutta
Plr Pork Hoast. .. .
eunx Veal Hoast.
Young Veal Chop.
l.amh lioast ......
Eteer Miiiom Steak.
IUTrlM to all vart of Lks
PUBLIC MARKET VSS.'iSSff-j
' rail zs WHAT
js-txi. so at oiczum
Aak for rree China, Oonpoa.
alone and started back through th tc
floes to the' mainland. They had rowed
only a short distance when a heavy fog
swept down upon th channel and th
men were Wt to view. When the fog
lifted no trace of them was to l-e seen.
Members ef the reecue pnrty camping
at Campbell point believe the castaways
had been taken off by some unknown
boat or died of exposure. According to
authentic Information received by tha
Alaska Engineering commission yeeter
day. the castaways on Fire Island were
Captain Henry Schaefrter and crew of
the launch Onward, which left Scldovia
January 12. for Anchorage with a cargo
of beer. FiBTial fires were first seen ot)
Fire Island the night of January 14.. The
wrecked boat sank in the Ice two day
Read The Bee Want Ads It pay!
No. 33 at 24U
size, flavor unequaled
Soup, Van Camp's, 10c can. . .7c
Large Juicy lemons, dozen, 10c
Fancy Jonathan Apples, per
Comb Honey, cake tc
McLaren's Peanut Butter, lb. lie
Tip Catsup, large bottle . . . .11c
Marischlno Cherries, pony site, Oo
3 for .... . 25c
Irlhcess Pineapple, extra fancy
quality, nothing finer packed
Large cans, sliced . . . . .-. . 10c
Medium cans, slioed . . . .14c
' Small cans, el Iced .lOc
Dried Prunes, med. site, lb. lOc
Bulk Currants, lb. i.,14o
Seedless Raisins, bulk, lb.. t.l2c
Nebraska Sweet Cider, gal., 2-c
CHsco ' ( higher soon ) 23c45c-e0c
Bulk Starch, lb., 4c; 3 lbs. 10e
Pyramid Powder (soap saver)
5c pkg. 4c; 3 for ...... .4.10c
Vinegar, 10c bottle -. ..iw.,.7o
French Prepared Mustard,. J Oc
size w. '. . . .80
Household Ammonia. 10c bot, 7c
Feb. 2d, and open at 11 A'. M. Tkurs- '"
Pig Pork Shoulder Butta, per lb..
Short Legs Larr, lb. ..,13 is
Shoulder. Mutton Roast, lb. 10
coffee, regular 20c Rio, 2 lbs. 232
Good Oleo, per lb,. ... .... 12 W
1.1b. can Calumet Baking P.ow
der lor ... . . . - ......... ,. ,19
Tall, cans Snyder's. Tomato Sou,
't . ..-'
Mail Orders Snipped 'at' Above Price;
Salt Tork '.
rKinncd llama , ........... , ,..laie
Armour btar Ham ...ITW
Kxtra ran Breakfast Bacon. . .18-io
Sugar Cured Bacon. ..3Ja
rrej.ii oyster (no watsr) 30o nnn
tha cite. Mail ri.n ems -
niar llama lTUa
Kxira I. ., Kreakr... n...I fll'T
(UKarrtrtJli!,,.. " latla
J-rom I to J P. M . l.amh Chop...B
. , i,. iu r-. i-ork Chops.. loo
city.' Mall oH.n mi.i .
Tea lr. c takes hums a full quart
of to. 10-year old whlakey.- Juit aa
fin as you tuit to drink, fee If your
favorite hran.i In here: OLD CBOW
OLD TiTLOE, C1D11 BBOOK.
OBVEEBI BUT Km, aucxziietMcs
CrLABlaTB ITS, OLD OVEsUKOI.t'
aiatJIT laoOS, and oth.-ra.
Special aal now on 'Whiskies.
K:,?us? M-JmaWi"18'- 3W-
lath and Capitol Ave., Omaha,
and for Free CataJogna Today.
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