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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1917.
NEXT QUOTA OF DRAFT
MEN TO LEAVE OCT. 3
Three Divisions Will Start
on Wednesday and Three
More Next Saturday.
-The official schedule for the mov
ing of the third contingent of troops
from the selective draft from Omaha
to Camp Funston, next week is as fol
lows: Division 1 and 2. Ottober 3 over
Missouri Pacific, 8:30 a. in.
Division 3. October 3, over Burling
ton. 10:55 p. m. .
Divisions 4, 5 and 6, October 6, over
Union Pacific, 8 a. m. '
The names of those to be sent on
these dates wilt probably be ready
Division 5 will be c.tlled by Judgt
Fostervto assemble at headquarters in
the court house, October 5, for in
struction and organization.
"We tried this plan when the las!
contingent left nd found it wise,"
said Judge Foster. 'It prevents con
fusion when the men leave."
I Sergeant R. A. Patton and Lieuten
ant Edward Zipfel of the Lucky Sev
enth say they are the engineer, corps
of the Omaha battalion. This morn
ing they accomplished the feat of
putting up a tent on the concrete side
walk at ,the carnival grounds, which
meant building a frame for it also, in
OMAHA SOLDIER LAD HOME
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JURY DECIDES IN
Mother and Alleged Affianced
Wife Contest for Insurance
Money of Dead Rail-
The following order was received
this' week by the Seventh National
Guard reserve, 1612 Farnam street,
from Assistant Adjutant General
Williamson: "No ' discharge will be
granted to members of the Nebraska
National Guard reserve for the, pur
pose of enlisting in the army, navy,
marine rps or national guards."
"That looks as if we were going to
fight, doesn't it?" asked Captain Hig
ginson, "The government is certainly
not discouraging the entrance of men
into the war. If the orders come to
irevent men leaving this organization
or the others mentioned, it would
seem as if we would get into active
Food Administration Gives
, Price List for Perishabhs
The Women Voters' Conservation
league has appointed a committee to
work with the state food administra
tion In any capacity o which they
may be assigned by Administrator
The committee consists of Mrs.
Thor Jorgensen, thairman; Mrs. Fran
cis Follensbee, Airs. A. W. Evans,
Mrs. Herbert IcCoy, Mrs. Harry
Simpson and Mrs. Mary E. Howe.
. Mr. Wattles received a letter from
fcifford Pinchpt in regard to the pos
sibility of giving the drafted men
from the farms time to help harvest
the crops. When the agitation came
up in the state Mr. Wattles wrote to
persons in the east, including Mr.
Pinchot, about the matter. Mr. Pin
chot now replies that at the recent
neeting of the federal board of farm
organizations nothing definite was
done in this matter, but says he hopes
some plan will be worked out yet to
help in the matter of what farmers
need to have I'e to free farm labor
for the necesr' l of farm production.
The daily olosale and retail price
Jist of produce in Omaha issued by
the food administration follows:
- '.-.;. i.WholMl. BeUll.
Battr, extra, per, lb. ... $ Ji ,4 pound
Butter, choirs, per lb,., .43 ; ,47 pound
r'llt tr select, doi.. .42
F.dward Grimes, son of E. F.
Grimes, 812 North Forty-second
street, is visiting with his parents on
i a twelve-day furlough. He is a mem
ber of the medical department of the
Fifth engineers, stationed at Corpus
Mr. Grimes, who was formerly as
sistant manager of the draperies de
partment in the Brandeis stores, en
listed May 1 as a private. He has
since been promoted to a private
of the first class. He is highly
pleased with the service and is ad
vising his many friends to enlist in
A jury in law court, Judge Troup
presiding, decided a mother knew
enough about a dead son's love af
fairs to be able to say -whether he
was engaged to be married.
By this decision Mrs. Margaret
Ryan, mother of the late Michael E.
Ryan, won her suit against the Order
of Railroad Telegraphers and col-
j lected $1,000 life insurance held by
The policy was made payable to
Miss Margarctta Frewen, telephone
operator, who, as the beneficiary, was
named by Ryan as "my affianced
wife." She testified on the witness
stand she had been engaged to the
dead man, a railroad telegrapher and
. switchman, for many years.
Mrs. Ryan declared her son was not
I engaged and alleged he had been "un-
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insurance policy. The late telegraph
er's life was bared to the crowds in
the court room during the testimony
of his mother, members of his family
and his sweetheart.'
The fraternal order turned the
$1,000 over to the court before the
litigation began. Court house attaches
averred it was one of the most puz
zling questions ever put up to a jurv
to .decide. The veniremen returned
a verdict in favor of the mother after
two hours' deliberation.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
irrr fresh, doien. si
Corn, per doien 124
Totmotei, per bnnket... ,25
Potatoes (shipped), bt. 1.40
rotators (home grown),
? per bushel .'. ..
fteiitia I wax tiid rreenl.
per banket .10
Tteeu. per basket.'. 26
Reaches (Colorado, 'ax-
tra Siberia), per box.. 1.03
Reaches (Colorado, ,
choice), per Imx .15'
per bushel. t.5
pplea (windfalls), per
, bush.I ...... .10
1.3S .40 peck
- M inspector Bosse to
it .; : Take In the Bail Games
Claude Bosse, city milk inspector,
Ctarti Saturday on his annual vacation.
He will go to New York, whereVhe
intends a to see the world's series
games in that city.
" ' After the world's series games
' Bosse 'will go to Columbus, 0H
where he will attend the milk inspec
tors' annual convention. ...-....
Municipal Ice Plant is to
- Bs Completed in Two Weeks
1 Work on the municipal ice plant is
rapidly neariny completion. The plant
will be operated by the water board,
it. B. Howell, manager of the board,
hopes to have the plant finished and
in operation within two weeks.
A Commerce Range
All ot Next Week In Our Stove and Kitchen
Hot Coffee sened. Hot Biscuits fresh from the oven of a Com
nierce Range. ,
Some of Our Every Day Low Prices
S-Ilole Kongo, 18-inch oven , ..$32.50
o-Hole Steel Range, 18-inch even, cabinet base ..$12.50
j-Hole East Range leg base porcelain paneled door and porcelain
high closet .:. ... . .$45.00
Heaters In Oaks, Hot Blasts, Bftseburne from $5,50-$7-S9
$12.'td-$15.75-$22.50 and tin. ;
Terra Cotta Enameled '
Ware Acid Proof
Saftce kettle, r,6t Coffee Pot, (1-qt.) 29tf
Handled Colander, 2-iM I Coffee Pot, OqU
31ij Ladles and Skimmers, 9H Big Ber
300 1-yard square Linoleum samples, all grades, good to go under
neath your heater and cook stove, 29 Each.
WtS0 YomMtatj-'Tttrc Art Rwonn
, Be:v?oeri 7.3th and 18th Sts. on Howard.
THE familiar Oval Label sign, "ARMOUR'S QUALITY PRODUCTS'on the
store front means an assortment of these high-class foods within. Ifrj&rf
, "Ready-to-Eat" Products stand for the highest degree of good taste and nourishment
The Armour Oval Label line includes Ham. Bacon, Grape Juke, Butter,
Oleomargarine. Frankfurta, and ISSSSF Package Foods Meats, Fruits,
. t Vegetables anc Fish. Ask your dealer.
AR M O U 17 COMPANY
JtOBT. BUDATi, . ar, 13Ut snal Joms Sts,
Omaha. Nek. Oeutlaa 1055.
H. r. IXFFERTS, 29th ud Sts.
f''"R.j'u"'onThl ' - IMPORTANT""" P
II MOVING STAIRWAY ....::... - J '"SZZZT '
l To the Second Floor. l- k on Sporting Page.
P Are the Best
That Your Money C3) f p
Distinctive, exclusive styles fa Hr
for men and young men I A fl
perfect satisfaction for ev- Hi l 1
f-uMLsTrr"",." a-t eryone who wears them. JrTf tSfysEV (
Copyright Hart Schafraer&Maix
This, h Omr AnnoiincMnent to AkSarBE ' Vngitors
Suits at $20, $22.50, $25 and $30
. The biggest and best assortment of the best styles at these prices that we know of anywhere.
f Your money back if you are not satisfied, is the best guarantee of quality and service.
Hart Schaf f ner & Marx Top Coats, $25
Made in the new quarter, half, three-quarter andjfull
belted styles. Excellent materials and perfect fit.
Hart Schaffner & Marx Overcoats, $25
Of excellent materials warm and comfy, and made
to give you the best satisfaction tailored to fit.
Hart Schaffner &
ready now for the Ak
Marx Fulf Dress and Tuxedo Suits, $35 to $45. Made to fit like a glove
Exclusive distributors for
PATRICK DULUTH all wool
Mackinaws "Bigger than
$2.50 to $10.00
For Men and
The biggest showing of Pants in this entire west
ern country. All sizes, all colors and all weaves and
Oregon City Woolen Mills,
Sherman Bros., all wool
Mackinaws, $10.50 to $18.00
$2.50 and $3 Values
Entire Sample Line
Chat. Levy's Sons,
New York City.
Just at the time when you
find that you must have a
new Fall Hat, comes this an
nouncement of a special pur
chase that enablesus to of-:
f er most extraordinary val
ues. High grade soft' and stiff
Hats, all the newest models
and styles for; Fall. . Blues,
Grays, Greens Brown and
Men's Hats, at 45c 1
Odd lots and samples of
Men's Crusher Hats, all col
ors and all sizes; special for
Saturday, at 45c
Boys' Hats and Caps
Our showing is the broadest
and best hereabouts. We are
also offering special values
in Cloth and Felt Hats,
at 65c, 98c, $1.50 and $2.00
Children's Hats in Cloth and
Plush, -at 25c, 65c, 98c
Bovs' Caps to match the new
Fall Suits 25c, 65c and $1.00
Every well dressed man
knows "Manhattan" Shirts,
and they represent to him
one of the leading brands of
Owning and controlling
their own mills and design
ing, weaving and dyeing
their own materials, the'
Manhattan Shirt Company
occupies first place when it'
comes to first class materials.
So Manhattan fabrics are
restricted, exclusive and
guaranteed as to color, text
ure and service.
Prices, $2.00 to $6.50
New Fall Shirts, at 1.15
The patterns in these Shirts are all new,
latest designed, manly patterns, copied from
high-grade Shirts. They are cut generously
full and are extra well made, with soft French
or laundered cuffs.
"A wonderful Shirt value at a moderate
price" is our aim, and your close examination
of these Shirts will prove to you that at this
price they are hard to beat.
Silk Neckwear, at $1.00
New Fall Silk Neckwear just received. Made
with a fine haircloth lining, which prevents the
tie from wrinkling and gives double the wear.
Persian effects and plain grounds with neat
figures a splendid showing of this fine
Neckwear for Fall.
Shirts Mostly Samples,
$1.45 and $1.95
' About 145 dozen of these Shirts, from the
best shirt manufacturers. These are samples
of Shirts that have been selling at $2.45 and
$3.95. They are of Silk and Linen, Silk Fiber
and fine quality Russian Corded Satin Striped
Madras. Very remarkable values at the prices
"Webber" Hand Made
$5.50 to $12.50
No other Sweater Coat carries the style,
quality and individuality of these Webber
Coats. All models, all weaves and fancy trim
med effects, shown here.
TARm Union Suits, $1.50 to $6.50
All fabrics in all weights for early Fall and Winter.
In fine combed cotton, cotton and wool, silk and wool and all wool. We are
the sole agents in Omaha for this justly celebrated Underwear, and recom
mend them absolutely for comfort and perfect satisfaction.
Main Floor, Men's Bldf .
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