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1HB; BEK: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1917.
MEN WILL TAKE UP
. CANNING PROBLEMS
Class to Hare First Session Un
der Instruction of Prof.
Pugsley at the City
The following mn comprised the
class which will learn to conserve
fruits and vegetables for war time
purposes by the government method
of drying last evening in the council
thamber of the citfy hill under the
instruction of Prof. Pugley.
The maioritv of the class will teach
in the community tlryjru T centers
hich will be established bv the
Board of Public Welfare in the late
They are as follows:
ruhlman. Jam. C. Jmim. Alv.
l ohii, Rabbi K.
Wallers. J. 8
Mrfjtilra. T. J
Uir. Dr. Philip
Hurling. H .1.
Flnlayaon. John K.
J.loyd, If. IS.
Hfiy, r. s.
4'ihn. 8. .1.
Ctvinley, W. R.
Kiana. A, W.
"arla, B. J.
Meatman, If. P.
Jnhnaon. I.nmli R.
Kerr. W. B.
Krerek, A. J.
Michel, H. J.
. H. B.
Oelchy. n. C.
Khaday, O. A
Hlmpaon. II. St.
Hleley, It. II.
Trlnble, 0. W.
Welly, O. T.
Younr. B, I,.
Berk, SI. IV.
allln. A. K.
Herforl. B. P.
Krerek, V. J.
Tolind. H. A.
Jlern.rrn, K, .
Anderaon, A. 0.
fCnrlemen, H. M.
Kltrh, O. O.
Johanaon. H. R.
landau, I.. P.
Miner, h. u.
Welle. P. A. nnd
Mre. I". A
nberlon. H. C.
Kill., X M.
Hobarl. C. M
Van court, W. T
Jenklna, W. A.
Baldwin. W. A.
(irlmmell, J. K.
mallard, F. W.
Merajen. Philip P.
Parlrldfe, w'. A,
Smith. M. T
Derry, Oenr.e A.
lurry, O M.
Valentine. ft. F.
Kntlemnn, II. V.
Elwonrt, W. D.
I.lnyd, John It.
Harhane. II. C.
Sleiroplnn, II N.
I.ee. oortre H.
Hayland. L. W.
Chapman, N. V.
Smith, K. A.
Btoerker. W'. F.
Morey, .1. T.
Palmqulat, E. H.
Tamm, A T.
Petersen, W. C.
Clary. J. E. '
M.-Lalfery, F. l.
Nefr, J. T.. y
W. Klbblle. W.
Extension of Credit
Greatest War Weapon
Kansas City, June 22. Extension
of credit to small and weak countries
is one of the most powerful influences
that the United States and its allies
may develop against Germany and
Austria, said Dr. Edward E. Pratt,
chief of the federal bureau of foreign
mid domestic commerce, in an address
before the National Association of
Credit Men in convention here today.
Dr. Pratt declared that the central
powers are already planning to domi
nate the (world's trade after the war
and that plans have been perfected
whereby l-'U.OOO.OOO people, the total
Fopnlation of Germany and Austria
lungary, will buy their supplies from
the rest of the world as a unit. United
production and selling agencies also
will be backed by the German gov
ernment, he said, adding:
"One of the most important and
effective steps that the entente pow
ers and this country can talff. is to
so organize our facilities for extend
ing credit that never in the future
hall smaller and weaker countries
he forced to depend upon a power 10
dangerous to their freedom.
For First Time Attendance
At Canning School Falls Off
For the first time Omaha women
have fallen down in (heir attendance
at the canning; school, Mrs. Rose
Ohaus of the Board of Publie Wel
fare was disappointed by the failure
to attend of many of those registered
for today's work. Since many inquir
ies came from women who could not
be admitted because the classes were
filled, these women' are to be allowed
to fill the places of all slackers. The
first ten women who came this after
noon were admitted for 75 cents. To,
morrow morning the first ten will be
admitted tor 50 cents. In this way
the class will be filled and at least ten
women, who were disappointed be
cause there was not room tor them In
the canning school, will be accommo.
Say Former Czar Will
Face Trial in Public
" London, June 21. Former Emper
or Nicholas of Russia will be placed
on public trial, according to a state
ment made by William James I home
and James O'Grady, labor members of
Parliament, who were members of the
mission sent to Russia by the labor
party. The two labor leaden ad
dressed a meeting in London last
night, at which they said that M. Ker
ensky, the Russian minister of war,
had told them that the trial of the for
mer emperor and a number of reac
tionaries had been decided upon.
At the trial Minister Kerensky was
quoted as saying incriminatory docu
rtients will be produced proving that a
separae peace was planned by the
Miss Morris Winner
In Golf Competition
The ladies of the Council Bluffs
Rowing association held their weekly
competition Wednesday, playing a
handicap medal play ami putting con
test. Miss Morris won a sweater coat
presented by Dr. Wenninger, with a
total score of 92 for the 18 holes. Miss
Day won the prize presented by the
ciuo mr tne putting contest, with a
score for the twelve holes, of 27.
Saturday the men play the first
round tor the Oerner trophy, Sunday
night between six and ten players will
leave for Sioux City to take part in
the Iowa state championship.
Baker Wants Congress to
Pay for Murdered Japanese
Washington, June 22. Recom
mendation that congress appropriate
$2,000 to the relatives' of Tatsuji Saito,
a Japanses killed by three members
of the Sixteenth infantry in Mexico
with the Pershing expedition, was
made today by Secretary Baker. Saito
was killed during an altercation over
liquor, which he was selling to the
Wife Spurns Angry Hands;
Mute Hubby Asks Divorce
Chicago, Tune 22 Sidney Breeie,
who it deal and dumb, and uses
aign language, testified in his wife's
divorce suit that she used to do
things to exasperate him and then
when he tried to scold her, would
refuse to look at hit hands.
Subscribers of $10000 ! Auto Replaces Stage
Or Under to Get Bonds At Yellowstone Park
Washington, June 22. Treasury
official! have reached a tentative
decision that all subscribers to the
Liberty bond offering in amounts
of $10,000 or less shall receive their
full subscriptions. Any reductions
because of the oversubscription will
come on higher amounts.
Excess Profits Tax
For Individuals Also
Washington, June 2.'. Extension
of excess profits taxes in the war
revenue bill to individuals engaged
in trade or business as well aj cor
porations and partnerships was de
cided upon today by the senate fi
nance committer, prom the individ
ual tax an additional $100,000,1100 in
revenue is expected.
An exemption of $5,000 in assessing
t lie tax will apply to individuals on
the same basis as corporations. The
individual tax would be additional to
the income tax.
The object of the tax is to reach
war profits of trade ronductrd per
sonally and not in corporate or part
nership form. T he tax, it is expected,
will apply also to professional men,
such as physicians and dentists.
in levying the excess profits tax
upon corporations the ronimittee de
cided to allow the $5,000 exemption
and also an additional exemption of
6 per cent upon capital actually in
vested and employed. The excess will
he based upon profits earned during
three years preceding the war.
Livingston, Mont., June 22. Old
time stage coaches, the jingling of
harness, and the thrill of a six-horse
team taking a mountain curve at a
fast trot all have dropped out of the
Yellowstone National park program
this year. Absent also are clouds of
dust formerly raised by the horses'
Official aniioiiiHcinen todav that
1 100 tourists entered the park when it
.opened yesterday for traffic, also
j railed attention to new fast auto
i stages which have replaced the horse
Find Students Guilty
Of Obstructing Draft
New York, June 22. The jury in
the case of Owen Cattell and
Charles F. Phillips, former Colum
bia university students, charged
with conspiring to obstruct the
operation of the selective draft law,
returned a verdict of guilty in fed
eral district court tonight.
Cubs Drop Saier and
Pick Up Paddy Oriscoll
Chicago, June 22. Vic Saier, first
basemen with the Chicago Nationals,
whose leg was broken early, in the
season, was unconditionally released
today, according to a special dispatch
from Pittsburgh, where the club is
Paddy Driscoll, captain of the
Northwestern university foot ball
team last year, will be signed by the
Cubs as an infielder.
Pickrell Farmers' Firm
Offers Service to Nation
(From a Start Correspondent.)
Lincoln, June 22 ((Special.) Gov
ernor Neville received a letter from
the Fanner's Elevator company of
Pickrell this morning in which ih
services of the company were offered
hi any capacity in tne war and offer
ingfeed and grain if needed.
Of North Platte Is III
l F rem a Btsff Correspondent
Washnigton, June 22. (Special
Telegram.) Lieutenant Colonel
George Patterson of the roast arlil
lery, who had command of the coast
defenses at San Diego, Cal., until a
few weeks ago, is seriously ill at a
hospital here. His father, Thomas
Patterson, a retired business man of
North Plalte, is with him. Colonel
Patterson went through two periods
of service in the Philippines and it
was during that service his illness
originated. Hopes are entertained for
Lobeck to Go to Front
For Omaha Postal Clerks
lirrom a Staff Correspondent.)
Washington, June 22. (Special
Telegram.) Congressman Lobeck at
a hearing tomorrow before the com
mittee on expenditures in the Post-
office department, will present the
cases of railway mail clerks in the
Omaha district, who it is charged are
victims of unjust treatment in con
nection with mail deliveries at big
Americans in Foreign
Service to Aid U. S.
Washington, June 22. The repa
triation of at least 45,1X10 Americans
now serving in allied armies in order
to permit their incorporation in
Ameriran forces, is favored by the
government. State department of
ficials today said that legislation to
permit it was necessary as Americans
who have taken the oath of allegiance
to a foreign nation or soveiign have
lost their American citizenship for
the length of the war and it can only
be restored by act of ocngress,
Boys Travel Horseback
To Attend Farm Meeting
Pierre, S. D., June 22. (Special
Telegram.) A cavalcade of thirty
boys in cavalry formation riding
through this city this morning at
tracted attention. The company was
made up of the boys from Lyman
county, who are on their way to the
boys' farm meeting at Brookings col
lege next week. They will be joined
by as many Hughes county hoys at
points east of here and all will make
the trip on horseback. Stanley coun
ty uoys win go oy auto, leaving sun
To Tear Story of Kaiser
From Chicago School Books
Chicago, June 22. The school
board lias ordered a page containing
a lauda'tory story of the German
kaiser eliminated from the spelling
hooks in use in one of the grades of
the public schools. If the new edition
is not ready when school opens in the
fall a day will be set apart for the
children to clip it from the olj books,
a board member said tonight.
Rock Island Allowed to
Issue $65,000,000 Stock
, Chicago, June 22. The Illinois
Public Utilities commission today
formally approved the reorganization
plan of the Chicago, Rock Island &
Pacific railroad by entering an order
granting the railroad permission to
issue $65,000,000 in preferred bonds
bearing 6 and 7 per cent interest. A
similar order was recently entered
by the Iowa commission.
Town Reported Destroyed
By Forest Fire is Safe
Denver, Colo., June 22. The town
of El Vado, in northwestern New
Mexico, was not destroyed by a forest
fire last night, according to advices
received here today by the McPhee
& McGinnity company, who have
large interests there. There was a
fire at El Vado, but only a lumber
kiln was destroyed and the loss was
only $5,000. The extensive McPhee
& McGinnity lumber mill was not
BIG VALUES AT
Manor's iig Shoe
1512 DOUGLAS STREET
SATURDAY and MONDAY
Come Get Your Share. Reap the Benefit of
This Big Sale. The Bargains Will Be Thick.
You can find anw ctvla
imaginable. Be here.
a You can find any shape or
style in this Great Sale.
Fine Canvas Low
Fine Nile Clo'th with the New
Louis Low Heel; sale price
and Strip Slippers
W. Sell Regularly at $2.50
Soft hand turn Juliets or Strap
Slippers, go in this big sale at
For Street Wear Regular
$4.50 and $5.00 Styles
In this lot every size, every
width in Soft Kid and Patent
Leather styles will be sold
during this sale at
Men's White Canvas
and Palm Beach
Men, here is the stylish shoe for
the hot day. Made in fine White
Canvas and Palm Beach Cloth
Our regular $4.00 style, go at
GIVE ONE DAY'S PAY TO SAVE A SOLDIER
Don't Disappoint the Boy Scout Who Represent the Red Cross
Wonderful Values in Hot Weather Clothes
11 11 THE CASH STORF
9 P. M.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
$15 to $25
In Dixie Weaves and
52 Dixie Weaves, regular 34 to 44 chest
26 Dixie Weaves, stouts, 38 to 50 chest
15 Silk Suits," regular 34 to 44 chest
7 Silk Suits, stouts, 38 to 46 chest
Act quickly as they cannot last long at
this wonderfully low cash price
Saturday Buys You Choice of the Classiest Lot
of $25 and $30
Hart Schaffner & Marx
three-piece suits shown in Omaha in years an exten
sive assortment of up-to-date styles and patterns; sure
to please. Fit and quality guaranteed.
Special Cash Purchase and Sale of
Men's and Young Men's Trousers
r... SeveraI hundred pair of Men's and Yodng Men's Trousers, including the "EXCEL
LO BRAND the kind that every seam is sewn with silk and the kind that we give a new
pair free for any not proving satisfactory. We have divided these into three lots :
Trousers that sell
up to $2.50
Trousers that sell to nr I Trousers that sell r
up to $3.50 P.OD up to $5.00 tDJ.UJ
A Splendid Line of Patterns and a Complete Range of Sizes to Choose From.
-It Pays-Try HAYDEN'S First-It Pays
W Sold at $5 and $4
Beautiful White Can
vas Boots, with wood
covered heels, the fin
est shoe for the hot
days, will be sold in
this sale at $3.98 and
Thai W. Sold at J4.50
Men's black and tan Eng
lish Oxfords or high toes ;
all styles, all sizes and
widths; will be solu, at
Men's Black Hitoe and
English styles in button
or lace, all sizes, will go
in this great sale. Buy
two or thrco pairs, at
Bargains Galore In Our Great Children's Dept.
Bring All the Children
' Boys' Tennis
Black and White
for boys, go at
bargain tor th rirU
White CanvM M.rri
jane rum pi go at I
Sandals for the
Misses' Mary .
big girl, 214 to 6 t
Patent en Dolt
Mary Janes, Patent!
and Dull Two-Strap
suppers will h sold
Sua Pumps go
and Patent Mary
Will tw ..lit in thl.
trtut ul. .t
For the LAST TIME TODAY
A Bif Time Vaudeville Act in
the True Sense of the Word.
DU FRESNE SISTERS
CRAIG AND WADE
CARLO AND CO.
Path Thenhou.er Photodrama,
Frederick Warde in
"FIRES OF YOUTH."
William Fox Comedy
"HIS BOMB POLICY"
From MeTen to MeTen.
Drop In Any Time.
To cl.brat. th. compl.tlon of our
n.w decoration, we h.v. aacurtd a
ml number of pMMiie. and will be
delighted to present one to every
lady patron tomorrow.
Leave Omaha 8:30 A.M.
Arrive Kansas City 4:20 P.M.
Modern Equipment. Pullman Sleeper. Chair Cars and
our own unsurpassed Dining Cars (Meals a la Carte).
Leave Omaha 2:00 P.M.
Arrive Kansas City 8:35 P. M.
Observation Cafe-Parlor Car. Chair Car, etc.
Leave Omaha 11:30 P.M.
Arrive Kansas City... 7.15A.M.
Electric Lighted. Observation . Sleeper. Chair Cars, etc.
Local train from Webster Street Station will leave 2:20 P. M.
Direct connections in Kansas City Union
Station for all points South and West.
S Omaha Office 1128 Farnam St,
T. F. Godfrer. G. A. P. D.
Mk nilMllJf phoM Don.lM 454,,
Tickets Also at Union Station,
s TrwT it
Heiuhaw Hotel Announces
Ihe Engagement of
end company of ten entertain
ers end musicians
(6 to 12)
Dance If You Like
- - Wednesday - end Saturday
Make Your Reservations Early
OMAHA ti. SIOUX CITY
JUNE 23. 24, 28
Monday, Juno 28, Ladio. Daj.
Game. Called 3:18
Box Seats at Barkalow Bra..
Unless You See
A D. W. Griffith feature in 7 reel,
Continuous 1 to 11 P. M.
ADMISSION, 10c ANY SEAT
OMAHA'S FINEST RESTAURANT
AND AMUSEMENT CENTER
IN CLASSIC DANCES
ASSISTED BY MARTINEZ RANDALL
Entertainment that MEntert.tn.
ADAMS' So DUIerent JAZZ BAND
BEE WANT ADS
SUPPLY YOUR WANTS
For Only Q Per Word
LAST TIMF.R TrtriAV
"THlv INNER SHRINE"
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