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lOJH iStlU: UM AH A, SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1918.
OF CHURCH PLAN
This Year Will Be Prolific of
Celebrations Among Roman
Catholics in the United
This year will be prolific of anni
versary celebrations among the high
prelates of the Roman Catholic
church in the United States.
During the 12 months there will
be an almost constant succession of
observances to mark the ordination,
consecration or other milestones in
the careers of archbishops and other
dignitaries of the church in this coun
Most , Rev. J. J. Harty, bishop of
Omaha and former archbishop of the
Philippines, will round out 40 years
in holy orders.
In May the Most Rev. John Ire
land will complete 30 years of . serv
ice as archbishop of St. Paul. Arch
bishop Glennon will complete his fif
teenth year as archlishop of St
Louis, and the Most. Rev. Sebastian
G. Messmer will round out a similar
period of service as head of the arch
diocese of Milwaukee.
Rt. Rev. Maurice F. Burke will ob
serve the 25th anniversary of his ap
pointment as bishop of St. Joseph,
Mo. Prior to his transfer to the see
of St. Joseph in 1893 Bishop Burke
had served for some years as bishop
of Cheyenne. , - -. v
Rt. Rev. Peter J. Muldoon will
complete a decade of service as
bishop of Roclrford, III; and Rt. Rev.
Thomas F. Lillii will complete his
fifth year as bishop of Kansas City,
Observe Qth Anniversary.,
May U will be tne 4vth anniversary
of tne consecration ot Kt Kev. fran
cis 5. Chaura, the veneraoie btsnop'
ot the Inuianapons diocese. Ihe ovm
consecration anniversary will be ou
scrvca curing tne year by bisnop
Kyan ot Alton, 111., Bishop ilenncssy
ot Wichita, and the Kt. Kev. Leo
tlar. vicariate-apostolic ot. North'
Carolina and tieuuont abbey.
lnree b'Shops will attain the 20th
anniversary' ot their consecration,
itiey are liisnops Cunmngnam of
Loncoraia, Ivan., and tuzmaunce ot
trie, Ira., aim tttc Most Kev. Alexan-;
uer innsue, lorroer oisnop-ot Van
couver auu now arctioisuop or: ,1'ort
tana, Ore. , m ...
iiisnop; Caticvin of llarrisburg, Pa.,
and bisnop O'Keuly ot tiaiccr City,
Ure., win observe tne 50tn anniver
sary ot tneir consecration. i
ine third ot May win be the 10th
anniversary ot the consecration of Kt.
Kev, Denis J. O Lonuell as tituiar
uisttup oi bcoaste. bisnop O Connell
was aor, some years auxiliary ' bishop
ot san Francisco ana is now bisnop
ui ivicnnionu. Va.
Kt. Kev.. Joseph Marin, Koudtlka
wtu cciuorate tne lutu year ot his
consecration as titular bisnop ot Ger
uianicopoiis and Ms liitn anniversary
uisiiop of Superior, Wis.
iricir Uoiden Jubilee.
li'ithupv Aicruing ot rort Wayne
tiiiu uimiop oauagner ot Galveston
.m cdeuutc the golden juonee ot
mcir uruination .to. tne .pnestnood,
i,iMiop uauagHcrs anniversary-'tall-.ub'
o.i next Uirisunas day.
ia junc tne K.t ,ftev. Owen B. Cor
ngun, auxiliary, bisnop .ot Baltimore,
icacn the 45th anniversary ot tin
uruiiuiiou, .v ; t U f f . ; i
uisnops w ho( will round out ,40
years in noly orders include Kt, Kev.
chartes fc. uYlcUonneil, , bishop ot
urooKiyn, apd one ot tiie most widely
knowa prelates of the church; KU
Kev. James; Davis, bishop ot Daven
port, la.; Kt. Kev. Jonn J. liiian,
uishop oi hartiord. ,
On the last oay of the year the Rt.
Kev, benjamin J. Keiley, head of the
diocese ot bavfjnnan, Will vceieurate
the 45th anniversary q his oramation
to the priesthood,.' . , ,, A' '.'.'..'
The sacerdotal silver jubilee of. the
Rt. Kev. ' Michael' J. ' Gahagher, the
new bisnop ot orand Kapius, will be
celebrated m March.
I ne Kt Kev. John W. Shaw, bishop
of San Antonro; -wiU, celebrate the'
juin annivcrsary-oi ui oiunmuuu uu
May 28. i, . MfiZ. !.
Profanity Reduced in ' I "
"Kindly Kwit Kusiing ' J. 1 & . :
'I hit is the slogan, spelled in whim
sical fashion, which" the Young Men s
Christian associations :of the various
big cantonments in 'the central mili
tary department are adopting in a
campaign to reduce proianity among
the soluier. boys and thereby improve
the moral tone of the camps. In
tome of the big camps a distinct fall
ing off in swearing has been noticed
is a result of the "clean language"
efforts. . - ,
Many pointed phrases, displayed
prominently in the Red Triangle
huts, now serve to remind the men of
ihe objectionable character of pro
fanity; One of these reads:
Tf you curse in your own home,
curse here. We want you to feel at
iome." .. ,,.'. . - V' . .....
EDUCATE PEOPLE TO
: ?.. Danielson, Secretary of
State Board of Agriculture,
Speaks Before Dairy
Battery Firm Conforms j
To Garfield's Fuel Order
The wide range of opinion regard
ing the recent fuel order is evidenced
lo some extent by the following tele
gram from Ward S. Perry, secretary
and Reneral manager of the Vesta
Accumulator company of Chicago to
its branch in Omaha, the Omaha Bat
tery and Service company: .
"Comply with i fuel administration
instructions' on use of coal and power,
which does not necessitate closing
doors. You must not charge, bat
teries on current derived from fflel
or heat building more than to keep
pipes from feeezing."
Five Nebraska Selects -To
Train With Artillery
Five Nebraska men stationed at the
training school for marines at Paris
Island. S. : C, are Included in 200
selected men for special training wjth
the mobile artillery forces at Quan
tico, V. They will-be assigned to the
130th and 131st companies. ;Tbt men
who will be given special training are
Ingard O. Maurstad, Albion; Ralph
E, Wbite.j Barada; Fred A. Bede.
JSartlry; Frank -Stark,. ..Cambridge;
Harold S. Wight, Cambridge.
Milk is one of the nation's prin
cipal foods, E. R Danielson, secre
tary of the state board of agriculture,
told members of the Nebraska Dairy
men s association in session at Lin
"It will be by a steady campaign
of an educative nature that milk will
become recognized, not as a bever
age or an incident to one's rations,
but as one. of our principal foods;
that demand will be thereby in
creased; that costs of feed will be
brought into a satisfactory relation
with the price of dairy products, or
vice versa and that marketing con
ditions will be placed upon a satis
factory basis," he declared. "These
are things that lie within the pro
vince of the state board of agricul
ture. Further, in extending a help
ing hand to the crop -man we can
benefit the dairyman who raises his
"The function of the state board
of agriculture is advisory; its activi
ties are manifestly intangible, yet
none the less certain. We stand for
better agriculture which, in essence.
means more prohtable agriculture.
In this year of national stress we
stand pledged to something more.
We are interested in the welfare of
the dairy industry, but of primary
importance is the welfare of the gov
ernment, which is in need of that
great ammunitionfood. Our con
cern is that Nebraska shall produce
more food than ever before, that
Nebraska's sons may the sooner
come marching home from a vic
"That must be the first considera
tion in the activities of every indi
vidual, every 'association and every
organization. It is not expected,
however, that any class . must lose
money to produce food. No one can
live without subsistence. Dairying,
stock raising and farming must be
made profitable that operations may
be drawn Into '.productive fields.
These industries must be fostered
and encouraged that, they may be
placed, if I may" use such a term, on
a war footing.
Former Omaha Couple
..Celebrate Golden Wedding
Mf.iand Mrs. George Grau, who re
sided in Omaha for 30 years, but are
now located a Long Beach, Cal., are
today celebratmsr their golden wed
ding. The couple came to Omaha
from Scranton. Pa., in 1879.
Mr. Grau was employed with the
While. in Omaha thev resided at
Nineteenth and Center street. Three
sons, Fred, Henry and John, and their
daughter, Mrs. Henry F. Kicser. re
side in Omaha, while they are making
tnetrhome with their son, Herman,
in Long Beach. One of their grand
sons is employed in The Bee's composing-room.
forth from their many friends in this
Coupland Says Seed Wheat
, Situation Well in Hand
The seed wheat situation in Ne
braska is well in hand, according to
George -E, Coupland, vice chairman
of the State Council of Defense, who
has written State Food Administrator
Wattles" about the "seed wheat and
seed corn situation. . ,
Mr. Coupland says the Councj! of
Defense has a fund out of which seed
wheat is being purchased to be turned
over to the farmers at the cost to the
council This seed is being bought
by the council in behalf of the gov
ernment. . .
The federal grain corporation has
set the limit of price for seed wheat
at 15 per cent above the basic price
of.No. I whea on the Omaha market.
Secretary 6f Retailers '
Issues Book on Credit
J. J. Cameron, secretary of the Re
tail Grocers' association,.,has issued
a booklet, on "The Art of Doing
Business on, Credit," which shaUbe a
credit guide to retailers. The pages
are fu'J of interesting little stories.
The book contains a reprint from The
Omaha Bee entitled "Details of Your
Life .in This Man's Hands," an article
concerning the working of the Omaha
Reporting and Credit company.
Girl Seriously Injured
, r ' : In Coasting Accident
Miss Alice Bastedo, 2722 ' Lake
street, ' suffered concussion of the
brain when she was struck bv a
coasting sled, piloted by Glen Jones,
6 years old, at Twenty-seventh and
marker streets, ihursday night Ihe
lad escaped uninjured. Miss Bastedo
was taken to her home.
Rotary Club Starts Gym ,
Class for Business Men
'..Rotary club has begun a business
men's gymnasium class under direc
tion of C. H. English, physical direc
tor. Sixty members are m the class.
Khaki club will be used as a gym
Sloan's Liaimaat Dee Away With
That splitting, crazing, shooting
pain in the head, if of neuralgic
origin, succumbs to the first applica
tion of Sloan's Liniment It creates a
counter-irritation that start the
blood pulsing normally and soothes
and comforts in its prompt relief.
Apply without rubbing for it
penetrates for rheumatic twinges,
sore, stiff muscles and joints, sprains,
strains, pains, sciatica, and bruises.
Clean, don't stain the skin. Generous
sized bottles at all druggists.
"Manhattan" Make From Robert Reis & Co. New York
We count this one of the best Underwear "buys"of the season
A Well-Known Established Brand
At a Fraction ot Actual Value
Many men will find, if they stop to investigate the completeness of their ward
robe, that two or more extra suits of Underwear will not go amiss, and NO BETTER
OPPORTUNITY TO GET THEM HAS BEEN PRESENTED THIS SEASON. -
This lot of Union Suits contains all the fine samples of Robert Reis & Co. of New York.
Garments of Worsted, Wool, Wool
Mixed, Mercerized Cotton, a n d
Made of the finest yarns obtain
able, in perfect-fitting styles.
. You can supply, your next winter
needs. Regular values run up to.
$5.00 a suit. v :
Men's Kid and Cape Gloves, broken lines from our regu
lar glove stock. Sizes 7 to 7. Made of fine quality
cape leather stock, in tan, and brown shades. Regular
$2.00 values; special, a pair. .'. i . ..... ...... .95c
Men's Wool and Worsted Hose, in natural gray and blue
mixtures medium weight, all sizes, a pair 35c
Men's Fiber Silk Hose, slight imperfections of the 50c
quality. Special, a pair, 35c; 3 pairs $1.00
Men's Shirts at $1.00 Each
Clearance of stocks where sizes have become
broken, also samples and odd lots from E. & W.
(Ely & Walker).
Rep Cloth, Woven Madras, Silk Striped Ma
dras, Fiber Silk and Percales, with laundered or
soft turn back cuffs; collars attached or neck
Men's Wool Shirts and Drawers, in natural.
. gray and brown mixtures, broken lots from pur
$2.00 grades. Medium and heavy weights
special, each ,,,...,,... $1.49
Men's Fine Wool Sweater Coats, all wool and ;;
worsted, in plain and . fancy trimmed, large
ruff neck collars and V-neck styles. Medium i,'
and heavy weight. Regular $5.00 and $6.50 ':
values, Saturday, each. .... ..$3.95 and $4.95
Main Floor Men's Building
The Best of All Reasons-, -WHY
You Should Buy Clothing-NOW
v The Overcoats for next Fall are being contracted for now, and
ii you knew how prices have gone up, you would hot hesitate an in
stant, but would try to supply yourself not only for this year, but
for next Winter as well. .
Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing
is made by one of the biggest organizations in this country they buy woolens
in such quantity and variety that you get the pick '"of. the. world and YOU
GET ALL WOOL.
That is why we can make SUPREME VALUES our aim not what
we get, but what you get, is the thing we are interested in- we get
( " "i1 1 ' .ii. i.ii. i . I
ours if you get yours. Satisfaction guaranteed or money cheerfully
OvercoaUBest Your Monqy Can Buy
Burberry- London Overcoats', 'Irish Friezes,- Irish and Scotch Duffles, Carr Meltons,
St. George Kerseys, Worumbo Shetlands, Leather Lined Overcoats, Fur Lined or Fur Col
lared Overcoats; Ulsters, Oreat Coats, Motor Coats. " An assortment of the best Overcoats
ever made. '. '-ir v V.
. Men's Finely Tailored Suits, Hart Schaffner & Marx
. Cheviot's, unfinished , Worsteds, Scotch Tweeds, "Australian Worsteds ; new and distinc
tive ;colorings and smart new 1918 models,; They're priced at less thah: today's wholesale
prices."."' V' :''':') ; ''; " ' -V ' ' ;
$20,422150,' $25; $30, $35, up to $50 1
Suits and Overcoats of Other Makes, Hundreds of Styles, $15 and $18.
Special About 1S5 Overcoats at a saving of from $5 to $7 on
each garment special for Saturday. . il . '. . . . $11.00
Fur Lined Coats Greatly Reduced."
: " You men who know the comfort of , a Fur, Lined Ctat, will understand how nuch
a reduction at this time means. For driving they' are unexcelled and the prices
we hav put upon them are very low,5 ' ' ! . ;: "
' ' " v"'" ' . S :. ' ' j v " ,
, High Grade Mackinaws, $5.50, $7.50 to $15.00. ,
Sizes for men and young men and hundreds in the lot. , j
Kingley Trousers, "at $3.00 to $10.00.
OFFICERS' UNIFORMS Hart Schaffner & Marx, Hirsch Wickwire, Sophomore
and Schloss Brothers splendidly made and moderately priced.
Second Floor Ride Up on the Esc alitor.
Extreme Cold Weather Last Saturday
Kept Some Men From The Hat Sale
SO WE HAVE RE-ADJUSTED the stock for another Satur
day's selling, and every man who failed to come last week is go
ing to have splendid opportunities to buy fine Hats at wonder
fully low prices. '. .
The Premier Hat Stock
contained nothing but the very best Hats, and so no matter how
many we have already sold, there is just as good choice for
those who come here this week.
Crofutt & Knapp, Chase & Co., Berg & Co., and
Hawes Hats, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 values, at. .
All Men's High All Men's Crusher
Grade English Golf Hats value 75c to
vapa, . $4.ou ana
$2.00 values, at
All Men's $2.00,
$2.50 and $3.00
English Cloth Hats,
Main Floor, Arcade
Shoes for Men, $5.00
With shoe prices going up, we are still able to offer you .
good, dependable shoes at this price.
These are in Dull Calf, Black Kid, Tan Russia Calf'.
Cordo Calf, in lace and blucher styles; high, medium and
wide toe lasts, also English lasts. . ' - ;
These all have good oak leather soles and are sold with "
the Brandeis guarantee of satisfaction.
Boys' Shoes at $1.95 ,
All welted and stitched soles of black calf, button and lace
styles, all high grade makes, former prices, $2.95 to $4.00, -Clearance
sale price, a pair . ..... .v.- $1.95
Men's Romeos and Everett Slippers
Black kid with flexible soles, sizes 6 to 9. Former prices,"
$1.50 and $1.75. Clearance sale prices, a pair, .... . $1.00
. . .Main Floor Men's Building V .
Skates for Men,
i Women and Children,
r '"; Modest Pricesr ;
Skis and Sporting
Stock. Main Floor.