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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, : OCTOBER 13, 1917.
Hntt City News
FUtlnnm Wedding Rinr EdhoJin.
U(btlng llitum BurM-OriDdr Co
Hat Boot. Print It Nao Baren Prm
Metal lee. Premwork JubtlM Mfi Co
35c Lnncnfon at Empress Garden
Isldor Eleeler has moved his law 'ot
flees to 629 First National Bank build-
In?. Advertisement - '
Held Under Mann Act Carl Ohls
was arrested by federal agents at 812
South Seventeenth street, charged with
violation of the Mann act in bringing
Bess, j Whitbeck from Denver to
Police Belief to Bay Bonds The
Police Relief association Thursday
night voted to invest J15.000 more sur
plus funds in Liberty bonds. When
the first issue was offered the associa
tion invested 225,000.
Fined or Bringing Whisky to State
Arthur Bandy pleaded guilty In fed
eral court to., violation of the Reed
amendment and was fined $100 by
Judge Woodrough. He brought four
fiuarts of whisky from Wyoming; to
Omaha. Federal officers arrested nlm
at the Wellington Inn.
Three Autos Stolen Three autO'
mobiles were reported stolen last
night from the streets. D. H. Clark
of Defiance, la., and Dallas Cherry,
4827 South Twenty-fourth street, both
reported that their cards were taken
from In front of the Gayety theater.
C. E. Bates, 2211 Spencer street, had
his automobile stolen from Twenty-
seventh and Douglas streets.
Announcement The James. Corr
Electric company, who have the larg
est fixture display In Omaha, are dis
continuing the fixture business because
they find it impossible to secure new
sroods on account of the scarcity ot
material. They have been installing
fixtures in the better class of homes,
Here Is a chance for someone to get
real bargains in fixtures. Adv.
Fine Fireplace Good at Bunderla'hd'e,
v Muny Bread Depots
" To Hold Down Prices
Washington, Oct. 12. Early regu
lation of the baking industry was
promised tonight by Food Adminis
trator Hoover.. A
Plans to. contro' bread production
and distribution already are under
consideration and will be put into
operation as soon as bread baking ex
periments now being conducted in
several cities are completed. Munic
ipal bread 'depots will be provided if
it is found that retailers cannot be
controlled under a voluntary arrange
ment. Mrs. Gussie Roose, Formerly
Of Columbus, Drops Dead
Mrs. Gussie Roose, 4622 Vi South
Twenty-fourth street, fell dead on the
sidewalk oh South Sixteenth street at
7 o'clock last night while walking
beside her husband She was carried
into ' "drug" store at- 622 South Six
teenth street. Police Surgeon Nigro
wascaUed, who said her death was
due to acute dilation of the heart.
Mr. Roose, husband of the dead
woman, who works at the Armour
packing plant, said they both moved
from Columbus, Neb., a short time
ago so he could engage in work here.
Brailey & Dorrance took charge-of
the body. , . ...... .
Hochstetler Applies for " ,; ?
b Passport to EngW
Charles E. Hochstetler applied for
federal court fot passport tftvEtxfc
land. He; was accompanied to eOurt
by Congressman C. Or LobeclC ' jr
Mr. Hochstetler is a Nebraska City
man who lived in Omaha for years;
He then weot to, England,.' married;
and has Uvea there for a number of
years. He even talks like an English
man and says that, next to the U,S
A.," merry old England is the best
country on earth. He expect? to go
to France in the administrative, service
of the United States government.
Mountain Tourist "Travel .
Breaks All Former Records
4 . ..,.
Returns from the national 'parks of
the Rocky mountains, dealing, with
the season's business, have been re4'
ceived at the offices of the Union Pa
cific and the Burlington.
Reports ind;cate that the Yellow
stone and the Rocky Mountain Na
tional parks never in their history
did a business that anywhere near
reached the proportions attained last
season. The Glacier national did a
record business, but not so many
insts went there as to the other two
Executive Council Nebraska Bankers'
M;ij&sso in Omaha
ft! , .
Kelly, Gothenburg President-Elect W. S. Wetton, Hartingtont Rollie W. Ley, Wayne;
Front Row J. H
r. A. luicaden, Umaha. : ?. x . ,
' Back Row A. L. Johnson, Norfolkf L. P. Pa te walk,
Omaha. William B. Hughes, secretary; Omaha.
Norfolk; J. F. Coad, jr., Omaha; W. W. Head,
POLISH BOY BUYS
BOND WITH SAVINGS
Little Bennie Pokorske, 6 Years
Old, Invests His All $100
in the Liberty
Little' Bennie Pokorske, 6 years old,
has purchased a $100 Liberty bond.
Bennie is a Polish bty. He lives with
his parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Roman F
Pokorske, at 4538 South Thirty-nir.th
street His mother was born in Po
land and his father has three broth
ers, Joe, Tony and Charles, who are
now fighting "somewhere" in the Rus
Bennie. has inherited a hatred for
German rule and saye that he is glad
to loan tm $100 to Uncle Sam to help
our soldiers get to Berlin .so they can
"lick the kaiser.'
The $100, which Bepnic invested in
a T'rberylpanrepiesVtUi'thii Savings
of his lifetime. '
- The little Polish- patriot goes to
Franklin school'. He's the proudest
boy in school, for, as he said: "You
see. me and Uncle Sam is partners."
Mother's Love May Save
; Boy From Jail Sentence
"If I were damned of body aad aoul.
t know whoa lova could maka m'wiol.
Qlj. .Votbar o' mlna, Oh, Mother o' mine"!
. . : Klpuns.
. heHnaother love of Mrs. ..rTohfl
LCoodell, 3529 South Wood street, Chi-
cago.HJorner son, frank:, iti y
street, Djnaha, wfllf- save him from
ptmfsjimeht and "clause . him to
straighten up and "go straight."
frank and, companion, Alex Menaid,
both of. Chicago, were arrested at the
South Side police station Wednesday
night, - Both boys are "fcoly 17 years
oM.A' , ,
Thcytoritessed to cradling through
transom, at. 2721 Q strept and steal
ing a watrh tfom wimam Kauiora
which'they sold for $4.50v.. .
The juvenile authorities came down
to takeicharge of the boys Thursday
morning. ' Frank had a letter from
his -mother which Juvenile Officer
Miller, read,, it. was dated, at Chicago,
October 8. Here , is the mother's letter-
Pear ' Bon "Jraife-I wu w tla3 to fat
ths,. card from you. for I had baen almoit
out. of , fey -mind about you, because I 1'.d
uat knnw where you waa. I hope you are
a Vo boy. nd are working every day.
Mary and Ckarlle are lonesome for yon.
Charlie looka for you every night and says,
"Frnke la at the Bltcult company."
Dear Frank, you ougbt to come hum",
your father la vcot well and he don't gt
nlc money any more, and we n;4 you
at home. Tou .need not be afraid, ihsre la
always bite for one more. :
I hope you will answer this and tell me
Business Woman's. Red
, Cross Auxiliary Meets
The first meeting of the Business
Women's Red Cross auxiliary was
held Thursday night at the Young
Women's Christian association.. Mem
bers of the organisation are pledged
to devote one evening a week to
work for the Red; Cross relief and
hospital supply Special attention will
be devoted to preparing surgical dress
ings and hospital-supplies.
Miss Belle Bliss is chairman of the
auxiliary and Mrs F. , P. Judson and
Mrs. W. J. Mettlen are instructors in
Prosecutor McGuire Wins k
Another Liquor Appeal Case
A jury fn criminal court, Judge
Sears presiding, last night returned
a verdict of guilty in the state case
aeainst John Rcs. clerk at the Cali-;
If you are working or coming home. la
Alex with you? He has not come home
to Mi. I'u.ndera yet
I'tar Frank, I hop you will be a toed
boy?, don't forget' your folks; they are ll
waiting for you to corns home. Ooodby
and take 'care of yourself.- Tour loving,
' The children all ask' for yon' and want you
t A l.lg kiss from little Charlie to f rankle.
Juvenile Officer Miller's voics was
husky as .'he read the letter. Frank
wiped tears. out of his eyes.
"I'm going to do all I can to send
Frank back to his mother," said Mr.
Argument Leads to
Fight With Knives
"Sabastina Anzalore, 1434 South
Thirteenth street, dug a knife into
right side of Steve Stetsko, Twenty
fourth and Q streets, Thursday night.
The cutting affray grew out of an
argument between the two men in
regard to their work in the pork
trimming department at Morris pack
ing plant. When the argument grew
hot Anzalore drew out a pocket knife
and stabbed Stetsko. A wound two
and a half inches deep was inflicted.
The knife struck a rib and that pre
vented it from making a deeper gash.
Special Officer J. P. Benkus called
up the South Side police station. Both
men were taken to the station, where
Stetsko's wounds were dressed and
Anzalore was booked for cutting with
intent tcfrwound. He was released on
South Side Wants Muny
Coal Yard and Potatoes
The South Side Federation of Im
provements Clubs want a municipal
coal plant on the South Side. A mo
tion tp' that effect was made at the
regular meeting of. delegates from all
of the South Side improvement clubs
at the South Sifle city, hall Wednes
day evening. The suggestion was
made that the coal yard be located in
the packing house district. ,
A member also suggested that the
club federation buy potatoes in car
load lots. In that way they can be
bought for $1.10, .-"o. b., South
Omaha. The matter was taken under
Patriotic Rally at ,
Grace Methodist Church
"The Flags of Freedom" will be the
subject of the patriotic; program for
the rally day exercises at the Grace
Methodist church Sunday evening.
The year 1917 is the 400th anniver
sary of the birth of Protestantism
and is memorable as the year in
which America entered the world war
for freedom. The special program,
"The Flags of Freedom," has been
prepared by the board of Sunday
schools to celebrate these events.
Amateur Base Ball Man "
Enters Aviation Corps
James, Milota, 5432 South Twenty
first street, has passed the examina
tion in the aviation corps and will
leave for Fort Logan, Colo.. Satur
day. Milota was at one time manager
of the Brown Park Merchants, an
amateur base ball team. He has al
ways been well known in Omaha
base ball circles and is now secretary
of the Omaha Amateur Base Ball as
sociation. He' tried to get into the navy, but
was rejected because of his weight.
Half an hour later he passed the ex
amination in the aviation corps.
South Siae Brevities
-l and ? room houses. South SOI.
club will give a dance and card
The X. L.
party at Eagles hall next Wednesday
Dr. Van Keursn has moved his office to
4835 H South Twenty-fourth. Tel. So. 142.
Telephone South (00 and order a case of
Oma or Lactonade, the healthful, refreshing
Home Beverages, delivered to your residence.
Omaha Beverage Co,
Dell Pleroe, a newspaper man, la con
fined to bis home with a severe attack ot
All of the Methodist pulplst In the city
will be occupied Sunday morning by repre
sentatives of the Foreign Missionary soci
ety, now in session at the First Methodist
church. Delegates from eight states art
Get Control of the
Rock Island Road
1 Chicago, Oct 12. The Reid-Moore
interis'.j today wrested control of the
board of directors of the Chicago,
Rock Island & Pacific railway from
Nathan Amster of Boston who, as
spokesman of a stockholders' commit
tee at a previous meeting, had named
himself ehairmin of the executive
committee of the road.
Nine of the thirteen directors elected
today were Reid-Moore men, the other
four, including Amster, were with him
as insurgents. The directors were:
Reid, Moore group: James A Pat
ten, B. G. Dawes, John G. Shedd,
Nathaniel French, Charles Hay din,
Fred V. Scott, James N. Wallace,
James Speyer and J. E. Gorman.
Amster group: Peter G. Ten Eyck,
Prof. William Z. Ripley, Henry Bru
ers, Nathan L, Amster.
The election of directors came at
the end of a. all-day fight. Previously
the stock olders had adopted an
amendment to the charter whereby it
becomes ahe duty of the stockholders
instead of the board to adopt and
New Union Government
For Canada Assured
Ottawa, Oct. L. Formation of a
union government for Canada is as
sured, according to an announcement
early this morning by Premier Bor
den. It is expected the cabinet will
consist of equal numbers of liberals
The liberals whe will be ministers
are expected to b. Sir Arthur Sifton,
premier of Alberta; T. A. Creerar,
representing the western grain grow
ers; Hon. J. A. Calder, Saskatchewan;
Colonel Mevvbun. N. VV. Rowell and
Hugh Gutchric, from Ontario; F. 13.
Carved, New Brunswick, and Premier
George Murray, Nova Scotia.
The conservatives probably will be:
Sir Robert Borden, Hon.' Arthur
Meighen. wir Thomas White, Hon.
Dr. Keid, Sir Edward Kemp, Hon.
J. D. Hazen, oil James Lougheed.
All but the latter are members of the
Luxburg Is on Way to
Island Detention Camp
Buenos Aires, Oct. 11. Count Karl
von Luxbu'g, former German minis
ter, who was arrested in the southern
part ot cuenos Aires province, was
brought here today under guard on
the way to the detention camp on the
island of Martin Garcia.
Purity in cpcx)a means carefully selected,
scrupulously cleanc 1 cocoa beans, scien
l tifically blended, skilfully roasted, and
with the excess of fat removed, reduced
to an extremely fine powder by a strictly
' mechanical process, ho cherhicaji being
7used, the finished product containing no
added mineral matter.
AND IT HAS
A DELICIOUS FLAVOR
Trade-mark on every genuine package
Booklet of choice recipes $ent free 1
Made only by
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd.
. Established 1780
MO. U. t. PAT.
forn-a hotel, charged with illegal pos
session of liouor. It was one 'S
the liquor appeal cases prosecuted by
Special Prosecutor McGuire and De-f
puty County Attorney Ramsey. ',
Two Fort Omaha Captains
Ehvated to Rank of Major
Two captains at Fort Omaha yes-;
terday received majors' commissions.
It is now Major David M. Bower and
Major John W. Paegelow.
. Arrested Violating Drug Law.
The morals squad arrested John
Moore, colored, in his room at 417
North Thirteenth street last night
and booked against him a charge of
violating the federal drug law. Two
Dottles of morphine and a small quan
tity of other prohibitive drugs were
found in his room When searched ;
at the police stat'on he had $162.80 in.i
silver on his oerson. .-. : : ' j
It Does Make a Difference Where
You Purchase Your
The matter of terms, of attention, of courteous, intelligent treatment; above all, the matter of dealing
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1605 Leavenworth Street
You. will.be pleasantly surprised at the demonstration given; in. our spacious Victrola ;Eooms. ; And of
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Av HOSPE CO.
THE VICTOR STORE
as i Street, Omaha, Nh.
or grey. Leather
soles. Sale price.
..fiTiWi. Wt2 Vu .ra I i I II a sl
A sj' 'L.:it r TYWh. W. M :i I OT
Men's Black Button
or Lace Shoes
English or High
A big special purchase
for the man that wants a
good, solid, every
day shoe. New
English last or
the new high toe.
$4.00 value will
be sold for.
Just for Sat
Writ For Our
Naw Fall .
Nw Military Hsols
For Big Girls,
Sizes up to 2
The most wanted of all shoes for the
school srirls. Fine dull calf with soft
calf tops; real high tops? lace pat- Jy
terns, sale price
Red Kid ' Bedroom Slip
e. ::";;:$ i.45
200 Pairs Work Shoes
For Every Man
That Wants a Good,
Solid Shoe ,
Heavy double soles, medium
weight soles or elk soles
shoes that will stand the
hardest kind of wear: all
sizes. Go on sale just
for Sat. and Monday,
Children's Shoes saiifs
Patent or dull kid dress
or school shoes, with
extra fine black kid
tops, or white canvas
tops; special, 11 to 2
In patent or dull
leather, no seams,
no tacks, all sewed.
Sizes 8 to 11
Peck's Bad Boy
These are our lead
ers for boys who are
hard on shoes. We
have them in both
English and round
toe lasts; 1 to 5 la,
Fine soft kid or fine
soft patent Hand
sewed. Sale price
with white tops
Siz up to 5
Fine soft patent,
with white kid tops.
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On Block from Pannijrlvania Statioa
Equally Conranienl for
Amusements, Shopping or : Business
157 pleasant rooms, with private bath
$2.50 PER DAY
2S7 excellent rooms with private bath
facing street, southern exposure, '
$3.00 PER DAY
Alto Attractive Rooms from $1.50.
The Restaurant Prices Are Most Moderate.
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